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Table of Contents
    Section A: Main
        page A 1
        page A 2
        page A 3
    Section A: Main: Opinion
        page A 4
    Section A: Main: Police Beat
        page A 5
    Section A: Main: Calendar
        page A 6
    Section A: Main: Obituaries
        page A 7
    Section A: Main: Sports
        page A 8
        page A 9
        page A 10
    Section B: Beach Living
        page B 1
    Section B: Beach Living: Engagements
        page B 2
    Section B: Beach Living: Education
        page B 3
    Section B: Beach Living continued
        page B 4
    Section B: Classifieds
        page B 5
        page B 6
        page B 7
        page B 8
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JANUARY 11, 2006


New Year's Catch

Friends of Library
Yessin joins Polish baritone
for free concert Jan. 24

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Vol. 43, No. 58


Serving the communities of Atlantic Beach, Jacksonville Beach, Neptune Beach, Mayport and Ponte Vedra Beach since 1963

Railey known as 'Nana.

Della Rae Railey had recently remodeled
the living room and kitchen of her
Atlantic Beach duplex and was planning
to remodel her master bedroom when her
life came to a violent end last week.
The 59-year-old office worker, known
affectionately as "Nana" by her four
grandchildren, was gunned down in the
driveway of her home shortly after dawn
last Thursday.
The man who lives in the other half of
her Cypress Cove duplex, Donald L. Hill,
60, Mrs. Railey's neighbor for 10 years, has
been charged with murder in her death.
Hill is being held without bond in the
Duval County Pre-Trial Detention Center.
According to an arrest and booking
report by the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office,

11 apply

for Seat

4 vacancy

The number of applicants
seeking to fill an open seat on
the Neptune Beach City
Council rose to 11 Monday -
the last day to apply.
By Monday' s 5 p.m. dead-
line, City Clerk Lisa Volpe had
11 resumes from candidates
interested in filling the remain-
ing term of Seat 4, vacated by
Larry Shealy in December.
S Mayor Dick Brown at
Monday night's council meet-
ing to discuss the selection
process joked about the num-
ber of applicants, asking that
anyone "not applying for the
seat please stand up."
"Actually, it's a very good
thing," Brown later said, refer-
ring to the large number of
people who want to serve the
The applicants are: Sybil
Ansbacher, Connie Austin,
Thomas Biyerly, Nicole Habl,
Thereasa Hunnewell-McCaulie,
John Jolly, Richard Keene, Fred
Lee Ir., James Lee Jr., David
Smith and Kara Tucker.
Each applicant will be given
a list of si.\ questions compiled
by the council to answer and
return to the city clerk by noon
lan. 17.
The council has scheduled a
special meeting Jan. 23 at 6:30
.p.m. to select a candidate.
At that meeting each candi-
date will be able to speak for
approximately three minutes,
telling the council about them-
selvesand why they would be a
good choice for the seat.
Based on candidates respons-
es to the questionnaire and
their Jan. 23 speeches, the
councilors will grade each can-
didate on a scale of 1 to 5. The
candidate with the highest
total score will be selected for
the seat.
The council in September
2001 filled another midterm
council seat vacancy in a simi-
lar fashion.
City Councilor John Weldon,
who was one of those candi-
dates in 2001, Monday said he
would like to choose thq new
councilor by ranking the candi-
dates from 1 -11, not the grad-
ing method that was done in
2001. He said that grading the
11 candidates on a scale of 1 to
5 could lead to a tie and an
inaccurate result.
"I wasn't excited about the
way this was conducted the last
See SEAT 4, A-3

the defendant accused Mrs. Railey of put-
ting something in his flower beds.
Hill told police that he and his neighbor
had a "verbal confrontation" around 7:30
a.m. on Jan. 5, and that "he shot her,"
according to the arrest report. When
police arrived on the scene around 7:45
a.m.,, they found Mrs. Railey dead of mul-
tiple gunshot wounds.
The victim's son Scott, also of Atlantic
Beach, said the only thing he found in
Hill's flower beds was ordinary charcoal.
"She was getting ready to do more
remodeling. She was trying to nice up her
living space," Scott Railey said Sunday at a
memorial service for his mother in
Jacksonville Beach. ,
"She lived for her grandchildren and
working around her house and yard. She
was just a good person. A great neighbor."
Added the victim's sister, Eileen Tucker

of Pensacola:, "Della was a person who
loved life. She loved people. And all of the
neighbors who talked to us said she was
the .most warm and caring person they
had ever met."
It'orked in child services
Della Railey's brother, johnny Brnkmnan
Jr. of Pensacola, said his sister was an "out-
going person" who had a "giving person-
Della had worked in the Child Support
Services section of Florida's Department of
Revenue for 20 'ears, serving as a liaison
between the department and the court sys-
"She worked directly with the parents
who were trying to get child support," her

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Della Railey, left, with daughter-in-law, Desiree, grandchild
Joshua, and oldest son, Scott, at Epcot last fall. Scott lives less
than 2 miles from his mother's duplex in Atlantic Beach.

Forbes seeks

noise 'relief'

for Sanctuary

A request to perform for a
noise study along Sanctuary
Parkway in south Jacksonville
Beach was rejected last month
by the Florida Department of
Jacksonville Beach officials
in September asked the FDOT
to complete the study to help
counter the noise generated by
the steady growth and
increased traffic in the area.
If approved, city officials
planned to install a sound
attenuation wall along
Sanctuary Parkway as a buffer
from traffic on J. Turner Butler
"We've had [residents] in
that general area ask if there
wasn't something that could
be done to eliminate the
noise," City Manager George
Forbes said Tuesday.
"We've actually been dis-
cussing this with the DOT for
some time now. They asked
that we put it in writing and
they would decide whether it
meets their limits."
Forbes submitted a formal
request on Sept. 28, asking the'
FDOT to complete a noise
study that would accompany
the construction of the sound
Urban Area Transportation
Development Engineer James

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Fletcher High's Cabe Nolan (14) battles Nease High's Matt Parker for the ball during action last
Thursday night at Panther Stadium. The teams battled to a 2-2 draw. Complete story on page A-8.

Commission needs quorum, Mann says

A routine courtesy provided by the
Jacksonville Beach planning staff could soon
become policy, according to senior planner Bill
Mann, who serves as the professional staff for
the city's Planning Commission meetings on
the second and fourth Mondays every month,
regularly calls the four members and two alter-
nate members to ensure consideration for the
"I want to make sure there is a quorum after
the meeting has been advertised. Some people
come from out of town," Mann said.
"Honestly, it hasn't happened that we haven't
had a quorum ,ery often but the one of two
times that it has happened [ felt [bad]."
Three or more members must be present for
the Planning Commission to take any formal
action as defined in the city's Land
Development Code.

Following Monday's meeting, Mann asked
members Lee Dorson, lulio Williams, Da\id
Dahl and alternate Terry Sutton to let him know
whether they prefer to be contacted via email or
phone calls.
Commission chairman Terry DeLoach and
alternate Undine McEvoy were not in atten-
dance Monday.
Dahl, citing the section of the LDC referring
to removal of a commission member, said it is
the responsibility of each member, including
the alternates, to attend every meeting or con-
tact Mann is they will not be able to attend.
."It builds currency and continuity. You can't
come once a month or once every three weeks
and be current," Dahl said.
"I think it is our duty to be there."
According to the LDC, failing to attend three
regular meetings without cause over a six-
month period will result in the City Council


Bennett in a Dec. 30 letter to
Forbes denied the request
because the agency only con-
ducts noise studies on road-
ways with scheduled capacity
"We do not have any pro-
grams that provide funding to
install sound atteiuation walls
as separate projects along exist-
ing roadways," Bennett said.
"The Department will evalu-
ate the need for sound attenua-
tion upon the next capacity
improvement on this corri-
Forbes said he will continue
to seek relief for Sanctuar' resi-
dents through the FDOT
because they are regulatory
agency for that roadway.
"It is my intention to contin-
ue to talk with them and look
more at this," he said. "It is
important to remember that
the FDOT is a house company
with problems statewide. We
just have to be politely persist-
ent in working with them."
The FDOT did agree to con-
sider the city's request, to
advance the maintenance of
the inlet at the intersection of
A1A and Jacksonville Drive.
"Our current plan is to make
this improvement as part of
the resurfacing project,"
Bennet said. "However, we will
advance this improvement
should an opportunity become

Speed bump issue at

impasse in Neptune
p *~l

Neptune Beach city coun-
cilors Monday could not agree
on which city streets should
have its speed "bumps"
replaced with less jarring speed
So a plan to replace the
"bumps" which can damage
vehicles, resulting in lawsuits -
on nine roads will be delayed
until the City Council can dis-
cuss the issue further at a work-
shop meeting later this month.
The city staff is in the process
of drafting a speed "hump"
policy for consideration by the
council. But in the meantime
city officials thought it best
that the city replace existing
speed "bumps" on streets with
speed "humps" to reduce the
liability. The "humps" are esti-
mated to cost about $750 each.

The streets are: Cherry Street,
Camellia Street, South Street,
Hagler Drive, North Street in
the 200 block, Magnolia Street
in the 200 block, South Street
in the 400 block, Cedar Street
and Hagler and Golden Rod.
But City Councilor Harriet
Pruette at Monday's council
meeting proposed that city not
put the "humps" at North
Street and Magnolia Street
because the people 'do not
want them and it would be a
"waste of taxpayers' money."
And while Councilor John
Weldon agreed and voted with
Pruette to delete the roads,
Mayor Dick Brown and
Councilor Eric Pardee voted
against the proposal.
The measure was denied by
the tie vote and will be tabled
until the Jan. 30 workshop for
further discussion.

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Call 249-9033 or stop by the office
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Calendar..................A-6 Opinion ..................A-4
Classified ................B-5 Police Beat ..............A-5
Fishing ...................A-9 Sports......................A-8
Obituaries ..............A-7 Weather ...................A-2
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The Beaches Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader

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Published Wednesday and Friday.
1114 Beach Boulevard
(P.O. Box 50129'for correspondence)
Jacksonville, Florida 32240
(USPS 586-180) (ISSN1059647X)
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The Leader encourages
readers to submit items of,
community interest to the
newspaper for publication.
Weddings, engagements,
birth announcements and
obituaries are published free
of charge for the community.
Information about area resi-
dents and their achievements
is also welcome.
Submissions should be
typed or printed, and a name
and phone number to call for
more information must be
Photographs are welcome,
Y hoWever. jtpi';', nust have
goodnocus andcontiasl.
Photographs will be
returned if a self-addressed
stamped envelope is submit-
ted. Otherwise, submitted
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up at the Leader office imme-
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the paper.
Color or black and white
photographs are accepted.
Call the editor for informa-
tion about sending pictures
by e-mail. Reprints of photos
taken by staff are available for
purchase. At the time a
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must have been printed in an
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the last four weeks. Reprints
must be paid for in advance.
A 5x7" print is $10 and an
8x10" print is $15.
For information on placing
classified ads, see the front
page of today's classified sec-
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can be ordered by contacting
our sales department at (904)

The newspaper is delivered
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Friday. Subscriptions are $25
per year in Duval and St..
Johns counties. Out of coun-
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up to one year. To research or
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more than one year ago,
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Author seminar today
Dozens of published authors
from Ponte Vedra,, the Beaches
communities of Duval County
and other areas of Florida are
scheduled to give insights into
writing at a writer's showcase
today in Ponte Vedra.
The event, which begins at 2
p.m, at the Ponte Vedra Beach
Branch Library, features several
panels, with panel members
selected by genre, beginning at
4 p.m.
The authors span most gen-
res of fiction, nonfiction, poet-
ry and children's books.
S.The ficst..panel will .talk
aboutb'chlldren's :.books,:'fol-
lowed by a poetry panel at 4:45
p.m., a nonfiction panel at
5:30 p.m., a women's fiction
panel at .6:15 p.m., and the
adventures and mysteries
panel set for 7 p.m.
In addition to sitting on
panels in the library's commu-
nity room, the authors will
mingle throughout the library
to discuss their books as well as
autograph and sell them.

Garage sale has a Jag
A Jaguar automobile, origi-
nal art, Oriental rugs, linens,
Baleek china and furniture are
among the items being offered
for purchase Saturday Jan. 21,
at an estate sale to benefit
Christ Episcopal Church,
Ponte Vedra.
The sale will take place at
335 Sari Juan Drive from 10
a.m. to 5 p.m. China Cat
Aritiques is assisting the Christ
Church Foundation with the
sale of items that have been
donated to the church.
The foundation provides
full-tuition college scholar-
ships every year to graduating
seniors in the area. Other local
charities that benefit from the
foundation are Beaches
Habitat, Young Life,; Mission
House, Support Our Students
and BEAM.
For information or to make a

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a.m. Friday, Jan. 27, at the
Ponte Vedra Beach Branch
There will be games, crafts,
activities and refreshments.
Children will win prizes for
their participation.
Visitors are encouraged to
wear red and gold, colors that
are typical for the New Year.:
This year, which begins Jan.
29, is the Year of the Dog.

PAL gets inns'donation
S'The. St. Johns County
Police Athletic League has
been donated $17,000 by the
St. 'AugCstine Historijq ,T
Association in proccedsi fiorr a
recent Holiday Tours of
'Historic Inns. .
The 12th annual holiday
tour of 25 inns in the Oldest
City attracted more than 1,000
The contribution assists PAL
in achieving the organization's
goal to provide low-cost or no-
cost programs to children from
low-income families.

Teen prodigy performs
Teenage guitar prodigy Eric
Steckel %%ill perform with his .
band in a concert benefiting
Cerebral Palsy of Northeast
Florida at 8 p.m. Jan. 28 at the
'University of North Florida.
The concert:will be held in.
the Lazzara Theatre of the Fine
Arts Center on the UNF cam-
pus, about one mile north of
Butler Boulevard between
Kernan Boulevard and St..
'Johns Bluff Road.
Steckel and the Eric Steckel
Band got, rave reviews when
they took their interpretations
of the blues and soulful rock
on a European tour.
The concert will mark the
Jacksonville debut of Duane

Trucks, who has joined the Eric.
Steckel Band as the drummer.
Duane is the younger brother
of local Jacksonville music leg-
end Derek Trucks of the Derek
Trucks Band.
General admission tickets
are $15, and student tickets are
$8. Patron tickets, which
include reserved seating and a
pre-concert reception at 6:30)
p.m. in the theater lobby, are
available for $35.
Tickets can be purchased by
calling the UNF box office at'
620-2878, Monday through
Friday from 8:30 a..m. to 5 p.m.
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donation for the sale, call Stacy
Nash at 285-7390, ext. 235.

Stargazing at Guana
An introduction to viewing
the night sky will be given 6
p.m. to 8 p.m. Friday, Jan. 27,
at the Guana reserve's
Environmental Education
Center south of Ponte Vedra.
Starry Nights, an interactive
computer program, will be
shown in the auditorium
before the gathering heads
outside to view the stars.
The cost is $5, and space is
limited. Call (904) 823-4500
for reservation- ,
The education center at the
Guana Tolomato Matanzas
National Estuarine Research
Reserve is located near the
Guana dam, off State Road
A1A about 12 miles south of
,Mickler Road.

Judaism 101
.A crash course in basic'
Judaism will be given on three
Wednesday evenings begin-
ning 7 p.m. Feb. 1 by Rabbi
Nochum Kurinsky of Chabad
@ the. Beaches, Porite Vedra.
The three lectures will offer :
basic introduction to Jewish
philosophy and observance,
covering such topics as belief
in God, prayer, the Sabbath,
and sexuality.
The class will be given at
Chabad @ the Beaches' Center
for Jewish Life, 521 State Road'
.A1A N., directly across from
the Ponte Vedra Beach Branch
No prior knowledge is neces-
sary, and a donation of $36 is
suggested with advanced regis-
tration. To register or for more
information call Chabad @ the
Beaches. at 904-285-1588, or
via e-mail Classes@chabad-

Year of the Dog party
Preschoolers and toddlers
are invited to a celebration of
the Chinese New Year at 10

underwear to benefit Dignity
U Wear, an organization
founded by Henri Landwirth
of Ponte Vedra Beach.
The drive to collect new
underwear for adults and chil-
dren will begin-in mid-January
and culminate in "Undie
Sunday" and "Undie Monday"
March 5 and 6.,
A kickoff orientation and
materials distribution for rep-
resentatives of participating
groups will be held on at 2
p.m. Jan. 17 at .the new
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Demeniuk trial enters second week

Railey: Devoted mother

Tommy Demeniuk buried
his head in his hands Monday
as he listened to a 911 call
announcing that his twin sons,
John and James, were dead.
The call came from Anthony
Ortiz, then boyfriend of Leslie
Demeniuk, a 36-year-old Ponte
Vedra woman on trial for the
2001 murder of her 4-year-old
"Oh my God, she just killed
the boys," a panicked Ortiz
screamed into the phone.
"They're dead. They're
dead," he cried.
Ortiz testified that he found
Demeniuk lying next to her
dead sons one on the bed
next to her and one on the
floor. Both were shot in the
Testimony is scheduled to
continue at 9 a.m. today in
courtroom 351 at the County
Courthouse in St. Augustine.

After playing the tape of the
911 call Monday, Assistant
State Attorney Noah
McKinnon showed photo-
graphs of the boys taken at the
crime scene.
Like the boys' father, who
was sitting in the audience, a
few members of the jury broke
into tears when listening to
four hours of taped police con-
versations with Demeniuk
while she was being checked
into Baptist Medical Center
"I don't know why I did that.
I love my babies," Demeniuk
told a nurse through sobbing.
"Why did I kill my babies?"
On the tape, the nurse could
be heard questioning
Demeniuk about the medica-
tion she was taking.
Demeniuk told the nurse
that she was prescribed Zoloft,
Paxil and Xanax for "panic
On the tape, she told the
nurse she had taken about

eight Paxil that day and some
A deputy asked Demeniuk
on the tape if she had been
drinking that day.
She said she had some beer
and some bourbon, but she
wasn't sure how much.
When the officer asked when
she started drinking that day,
she said she didn't know, but
she thought it was before
The boys were killed
between 4 p.m. and 4:15 p.m.,.
after Demeniuk made a call to
the boys' father, asking him to
baby-sit that night.
Tommy Demeniuk testified
that he and Leslie were going
through a divorce, and they
often disagreed on how to raise
the children.
In his opening statement for
the case, McKinnon said Leslie
had a history of drug use,
including heroine, PCP and
"extensive use" of ecstasy anid

According to the ex-hus-
band's testimony, Leslie said
that if the boys developed an
interest in using drugs when
they got older, then she would
prefer to do drugs with them
instead of forcing them to do it
On the recorded police con-
versations, Demeniuk sounded
clear about what she had done,
but she also sounded disorient-
"I'm going to hell," she told
the nurse. "I shot my chil-
Nurse: "When did that hap-
Demeniuk: "I don't know -
some time today."
Nurse: "Why did you do
Demeniuk: "I d6n't know."
Demeniuk also asked what
'day it was, and the nurses told
her: Saturday, March 17.
Demeniuk is pleading not
guilty by reason of insanity.

Seat 4: 11 apply for open council seat in Neptune

Cont. from A-1
time," said Weldon, who was
not selected in 2001.
"The most straight forward
way is to rank them."
But the other councilors said
they were not comfortable
with having to rank any of the
candidates as the worst.
"I don't see any candidates
that I would like to rank [last],"
Brown said.
City Councilor 'Harriet

Pruette said she also did not'
like the idea of having to rank
a candidate last.
"I don't see anybody as a
loser," she said.
"I don't either, but that's the
job," Weldon responded.
"If we could talk about this
in private, we could be very
frank. I'm not saying that we.
shouldn't discuss this in pub-
[But] what we're saying [

to the candidates by not rank-
ing 1 through 11 them] is we
don't feel comfortable telling
you how we really feel about
you in public."
Florida Sunshine Law
requires elected officials resid-
ing on the same' body to dis-
cuss all city-related business
with each other in public.
The other three councilors,'
however, said they favored
grading the candidates and

overruled Weldon's suggestion.
Weldon afterwards cau-
tioned his fellow councilors
about giving every candidate
high grades to spare egos.
"You can't get away with
ranking them all high," he
said. "Don't give everybody
fours and fives."
[If so ] it's not going to be a
decision. It's going to be a raf-

Quorum: Planning Commission needs all six

Cont. from A-1
declaring the vacancy and
appointing a new member to
fill the seat.
The LDC, however, does not-
spell'out a specific protocol for
the termination of. first and
second alternates.-.
"I consider alternates a mem-'

ber of the board. Ivoted for the
alternates to be a member of
the board and I feel they
should live to the same stan-
dards as the board members,"
said City Councilman Rick
Knight, a former member of
the Board of Adjustment.
. "I feel the type of person

who deserves to be on a board
is the type of person who will
call if they are not going to be ,
there." Knight will miss the
Jan. 17 City Council meeting
because he will be out of town
but agreed to attend via tele-
conference if necessary.
"If there is something that I :

deem important enough, I will
attend by phone," he said.
Mann said he has no prob-
lem formalizing the alternate's
role on 'the Planning
Commission but plans to con-
tinue contacting the board
members as a service to the-
applicants. ::

Ginta offers story that inspired 'Moby Dick'

The story of the Essex, which
inspired a young Herman'
Melville. to write what would
become his most famous
novel,. "Mpby Dick,"Wiurday be
told at 2 p.m. Saturday atithe

Guana reserve's Environmental
Education Center south of
Ponte Vedra.
Joe Shannon, a volunteer at
the Guana Tolomato Matanzas
National Estuarine Research
Resg~e;urlfts-ts the-b'xperi-

ences of the Essex and the crew
of its final voyage at 2 p.m. at
the education center.
Shannon's presentation is
included in the cost of admis-
sion to the center: $2 for adults
and $1 for ages 10 to 17. Those

under 10 are free.
The center is located near
the Guana dam, off State Road
A1A about 12 miles south of
Mickler Road or 17 miles south
ofJ. Turner Butler Boulevard.
S4 all, m oI
'-,i' 11; )3 UOfe 5 G;. fb9 ..t

Cont. from A-1
daughter-in-law, Desiree Railey
of Atlantic Beach, said Sunday.
For her volunteer work dis-
tributing food to storm victims
in the aftermath of Hurricane
Andrew in 1992, Della received
a certificate of recognition
from the head of the state's
Health and Rehabilitative
For the past year, Della had
worked for a mortgage firm as a
loan officer. She was planning
to retire at age 63 and collect a
state pension.
She had recently refinanced
her home and enjoyed hosting
her grandkids for sleep-overs,
Scott Railey said.
"They would wear her down,
but she loved every minute of
it," he said.
"They worshipped their
Nana. They couldn't wait to go
to Nana's and play. My son was
planning on spending the
night with her [on Friday, Jan.
6] the day we had to tell him."
Grand Bay native
Della Railey was born inthe
Alabama coastal town of Grand
Bay (population 3,383 in
1990), approximately 22 miles
west of Mobile.
She graduated from Tate
High School in Gonzalez, Fla.,
in 1965, and attended her 40th
class reunion last fall.
In a family photo album that
Scott Railey. received from his
grandparents for Christmas,
Della is pictured in her high
school cap and gown.
On another page is her wed-
ding announcement.
Her parents, John and Helen
Brinkman, .are pictured in a
1945 photo.
The Brinkmans, who attend-
ed Sunday's service, gave each
of Della's sons, Scott and

Chuck, a family photo album
for Christmas.
"I see it as God using my
mom and dad to give those
kids something to cherish,"
said Della's sister.
Scott and Chuck Railey said
they will always cherish the
memory of a devoted mother
who attended every one of
their ball games.
"Mom was there for every-
thing," added Scott, who lives
less than 2 miles from his
mother's home, and was the
first family member on the
scene the day she was killed.
"She did it all. And to this
day, she did it all. If I needed
my mom, she was there."
More than 70 people turned
out for Mrs. Railey's memorial
service at Quinn-Shalz Funeral
Home, including two aunts
and' five cousins from
A funeral service will be held
at 2 p.m. Saturday in Grand
Bay, where her name will
added to a marker in a family
Mrs. Railey's body was cre-
mated, .and her ashes will be
scattered in the Gulf of Mexico
on Saturday morning from a
40-foot charter boat.
"That was her wish," said
Scott Railey, who will take part
in the ceremony, along with
his brother, Chuck, :and his
mother's brother, Johnny
Brinkman Jr.
, "We're going 3 miles off the
coast of Pensacola," Brinkman
said Sunday in a lighthearted
"It's not necessarily the boat
she would have wanted."
Joked Scott Railey: "She
would have preferred a 100-
foot yacht with a Jacuzzi and
all that good stuff."

Scholarships for Navy offspring

The Navy Wives Clubs of
America is accepting scholar-
ship applications through May
30 for high school graduates
with military parents.
The club each year gives up
to 47 scholarships in amounts
from $1,000 to $1,500.
I To be eligible, one must be a
natural born, legally adopted
or a step. child of an enlisted
member of the Navy, Marine
Corps or Coast Guard on active
duty or. retiredlwith pay; or the
child of a,deceased member of

those categories,
The individual must be in
need of financial assistance to
further their education. And
the student's academic stand-
ing must be reasonably sound.
Grants are for tuition, room
and board, fees and books.
Applications can be obtained
by mailing an application
request to Sheila Olson-
Director, 1408 Needham
Court, Virginia Beach, Va.,
23456-4819. An application
can be downloaded www.navyr
i ivesclubsofamericaorg-.



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Work will soon begin on widening a portion of
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Another major project is planned along Mayport
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verse at home, to be critiqued
by the students. The poems
were projected on a screen,
and when mine went up, two
elderly guys got into a
rhubarb over its merits and
demerits. One had a walking
stick, and it looked as if we
were gonna have a cane
Fortunately, the instructor
was able to calm the combat-
ants, so no one was hurt.
However, I briefly considered
shifting my efforts to writing
something less dangerous,
such as, blackmail letters or
ransom notes.
Another time, I took a
course in Spanish. As it turned
out, a coworker was in the
same class. This man frequent-
ly fell asleep during meetings
at work. On the first night of
Spanish, I glanced over at him
'and he waslnoozYimggain!
Since the tuition iee was
extremely low, however, he
wasn't losing much money.
Currently, I might study
Yoga. He was a great catcher,
Seven though he was a Yankee.

We can all stop talking and start doing

M y most wonderful
holiday present this
year was supposed to
be the slow sift of time over
three days that I gave myself,
but it has. ended up to be a
copy of a speech.
It was a speech given by
Barbara Kingsolver., She's a
writer, a sometimes controver-
'sial supporter of peace, the
earth and of making certain
that if we take two, we give
back three, and a heck of a
human being.
Her speech was delivered in
Kentucky, but its universal -
and' that includes every other
state in this old country by the
way appeal has launched its
way into my heart and into my
end-of-the-year wish for the
entire universe.
You should thank Barbara
because I read her speech as I:
was jotting down my thoughts
for a year-end commentary
and was about to launch into a
loud tirade about conservative
politicians, illegal wiretapping,
a president who seems to have
fallen and hit his head, war,
poverty, education, insurance
and a host of other problems
that have stretched from
January to December in our,
part of the world.
Barbara's speech, to sift it out

in a few words, would read like
this, "!It's.not tog late."
It's not too late to stop and
think about what the heck we
are doing, where the heck we
are going, and how the heck
we are driving to our final des-
tination. It was a speech at first
loaded with those dreaded sta-
tistics about the demise of the
environment, political open-
ness, kindness, and the morali-
ty of a society that thinks it's
more important to have a new
iPod than to help the out-of-
work neighbors pay the heat-
ing bill.
But' then came the good
stuff. The stuff I'd like to give
to you. The idea that even at
the end of a year like this,
there is so much good, so
much possible, so much to get
back and so much to give

We could stop talking and
start doing. We could read
more and watch less.' We could
listen for a few more seconds
before we said something. We
could take a really deep breath
and expand our lungs so that
more oxygen could leap into
our brains and help us accept
that everyone is not always
going to think the same way
we do and hey, that's okay.
We could pick up the phone
and make that call we have
been putting off for months or
maybe even years. We could
volunteer. We could spread out
all the "stuff" we think we need
and enjoy the ecstasy of giving
some of it away. We could slip
on a pair of shoes that don't fit,
walk a mile or two, and then
SWe could pause. We could go
the library more than once a
year and take the lady next
dopr who has a son and
daughter who never calls out
to lunch twice a month. We
could remember what ,it was
like when life was simple and
then untie a few knots so, we
can slip back into that place.
We could and we can.
We must.

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sitcom with

no banned

Se are all, from the
time we're kids;
reminded.of the dif-
ferences between the sexes.
First thing I remember on the
subject is "Boys are made of
snakes and snails and puppy
dog tails." "Girls are sugar
and spice and everything
nice." As an adult I learned
from a book's title, sorry I
never read it, 'that Men are
from Mars and Women are
from Venus!
Since marrying my current
and. final wife, Dianne, I have
learned that the right man
and woman can be almost
totally compatible! We like
the same.friends, foods, cars,
weekend getaway spots, games
and we even laugh at the
same jokes. The one thing
where my snakes, snails and
alleged planet of origin don't
mesh with my wife's sugar
and spice is our choice of
Men and women both like
movies where boy meets girl
and falls in love, and where
somebody dies. Men just
don't like being sad about the
dying stuff!
Last Friday night I was to
meet my wife at the new
"Videoville" after she' got off
work. I ran into Pete from the
hardware store and he gave
mesopme advice. "Hoyle, rent
Fever Pitch with Drew
I turned around and stared
at him, "Etu Pete'? Are they
out of Glenn Close movies?"
"No, listen, OK it is a love
story, but it's mostly about the
love of the formerly cursed,
2004 Bostbn Red Sox! Even
Babe Ruth would have liked
this movie. My wife Laura
and I have seen it twice
Just then my wife walked
up, as Pete continue to sell.
Fever Pitch. He had us both
ready for pop corn, Cracker
Jacks, romance, the struggle of
future champions and cine,
matic compatibility!
This was a movie that woukl
bridge the great divide. It was
like Steel Magnolias growing
in the Field of Dreams! We
arrived at the New Releases
section, and...No, they're sold
out! Suddenly visions of Fried
Green Tomatoes began to
dance through my head!
Out of the corner of my'eye,
I caught a "Videoville"'
employee answering a cus-
tomer's question. I rushed
over and stood there, waiting
to ask if maybe a copy of
Fever Pitch had been returned
and not put back on the shelf.
She finally told me that there
were some that had probably
been filed accidentally in the
"adult section." "As soon as I
check out the couple waiting
in line, I'll go look!"
I smiled, "I'm a big boy, I'll
go back and find it myself!"
Dianne told me to.run on
back and look for it while she
thumbed through some other
releases. It took me all of 45
seconds to find the movie,
which probably because of the
name Fever Pitch, had been
misfiled amongst some rather
unsavory films.
Hurriedly, I made my way
back out of the adult entrants
that proclaims "Must be at
least 18 to enter, Warning,
Movies X Rated or lower!"
As I was bursting out the big
red, at best X rated door, I
spotted him......, my Preacher!
I was in a real life sit cornm, but
there was no guitar riff like
Seinfeld had, and I wasn't
Raymond that Everybody
SHe spoke first, "Hoyle,
Dianne told me about how
they'd misfiled that movie
back there. I hope y'all love
Fever Pitch as much as my
wife and I did!"
Cue the guitar riff from
Seinfeld. I guess Everybody
Loves the Truth, even when
it's According to Hoyle!

janLuaLy ..L, .

Police Beat

A black 1995 Honda was
reported stolen Jan. 5 in the 700
block of 1st St. S. The vehicle
was a company car and was
taken from the rental lot.
Stalking was reported Jan. 5
at a business in the 300 block of
11th Ave. S. The victim told'
police she first encountered the
suspect in July when he entered
the business through an open
rear door'while she was with a
client. The suspect left on a
bicycle after the victim told him
to leave. On Jan. 4, the victim
returned a message assumed to
be left by a client and realized it
was the suspect who police said
has an extensive criminal histo-
Sry. The case was referred to the
State Attorney's Office.
Alejandro Ruiz Salvantes, 28,
of Jacksonville Beach was arrest-
ed Jan. 5 and charged with pos-
session of crack cocaine in the
300 block' of 2nd Ave. S.
Salvantes was a passenger in a
vehicle traveling in an area
known for high drug activity.
Police observed the defendant
complete a drug transaction
with an,'unknown male suspect
at the intersection of 7th St. and
2nd Ave. S. The vehicle was
stopped'fbr a faulty equipment
violation and .17 grams of crack
was found beneath the passen-
ger seat, according to a police:'

A counterfeit $20 bill was
reported passed Jan. 5 at a bar
Sin the 1800 block of 3rd St. S.'
The unknown male 'suspect,
approached the bar and
attempted to pay for a drink
with the bill. An employee

photo submitted
Rebecca Kalin Sutherlin, 16,
known: by friends as "Kalin,"
was last seen in Jacksonville
Beach at a friend's house
before leaving with "friends" in
a light blue truck or SUV on
Jan. 1, 2006.
If anyone has seen "Kalin" or
knows her whereabouts, con-
tact the Jacksonville Beach
Police Department at 247-
immediately recognized the bill
as a fake but when he looked up
the suspect was gone.

A gas powered air compressor
valued at $1,000 was reported
stolen Jan. 5 at a home in the
200 block of 32nd Ave. S. The
compressor was in use when it
stopped running. it was discov-
ered missing atter a worker
went to put more gas in, the

Jason Earl Smith, 29, of
Jacksonville Beach was arrested
Jan. 7 and charged with aggra-
vated battery with a deadly
weapon at a bar in the 300
block of 1st St. N. Smith struck
a man in the head with a beer
bottle and was identified by the
brother of the victim as he tried
to walk away from the scene,
according to a police report.

Criminal mischief was report-
Sed Jan. 6 at a convenience store
in the 1600 block of Penman
Road. A store employee told,
police that the suspect became
angry when the cashier told
him he could not change a $20
bill and knocked the cash regis-
ter to the floor causing $600 in
damage. The suspect is approxi-
mately 20 years old, 5'8", 150,
lbs. with light blond hair, police
O O t r ,.
A white 2005 four-door
Toyota .valued at $26,000 was
reported stolen Jan. 7 in thee
1700 block of Coste Verde Blvd.
S. The victim lives in Port St.
Lucie and was visiting friends
when the vehicle was stolen.
Clothing, a cell phone, dispos-
'able camera and other personal
effects were in the vehicle. A
pair of channel locks with blue
handles were found in the space
where the car was parked.
,Theft of a stop sign resulting
in a traffic crash was reported
Jan. 3 in the 100 block of llth
Ave. N. Public Works crews were
working on a drain pipe at the
northeast comer of 11th Ave.
N. and 2nd St. The hole was
backfilled and the site was'
marked with two small barri-

A small sinkhole developed,
causing the stop sign to lean
slightly but the last crew mem-
ber to see the sign in tact told
police it was still on site at 4
a.m. According to .police, the
sign was removed between 4
a.m. and 9:32 a.m. when the
crash occurred. Both drivers
were transported to the hospital
for treatment.

On Jan. 6 a Jacksonville
Beach resident reported the
theft of a 1994 Honda motorcy-
cle valued at $3,500 parked in
the 100 block of Great Harbor
Way between Dec. 5 and Jan, 5.
According to a police report,
the victim had left the motor-
cycle parked at his former resi-
dence and had determined that
the motorcycle had not been

A Ponte Vedra woman report-
ed Jan. 6 that between Nov. 28
and Jan. 3 there had been unau-
thorized charges of $992 on her
debit card. The victim reported
that she had used the card for a
purchase by telephone from a
company in Illinois on Nov. 28.
None of the charges occurred in
St. Johns County. The victim
was advised to contact the
proper jurisdictions.

A 24-year-old Atlantic Beach
resident was charged with pos-
session of cannabis and drug
paraphernalia on Jan. 6.
According to the police report,
the individual was one of three
persons questioned by a deputy
during a routine patrol in the
600 block of Ponte Vedra Lakes

April Snow Combs, 27, of

Glen St. Mary, Fla., was charged
with possession of prescription
medication without.a prescrip-
tion and misdemeanor. posses-
sion of marijuana on Jan. 8,
according to the St. Johns
County Sheriff's Office.
According to a police report,
a St. Johns County deputy was
told about a person leaving a
vehicle on the road at Azalea
Point and State Road A1A. The
person, found walking nearby,
was arrested after a driver's
license check revealed an out-
standing warrant from Duval
County. A Sheriffs Office K-9
"alerted" on the woman's purse.

On Jan. 8, St. Johns County
Sheriffs Office was contacted
by Odoms Mill Homeowners
Association about a fire in the
pool area. According to a police
report, the complainant saw
someone running away from
the fire.
Fire and rescue put out the
blaze, which caused an estimat-
ed $535 in damage to a table
and vinyl roofing above the

Robert Larry Owens, 33, of St.
Simmons Island, Ga. was arrest-
ed and charged with possession
of crack cocaine Jan. 1 in the
500 block of Atlantic Boulevard,
according to a police report.
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Someone reported that a rock
was thrown through the rear
window of a vehicle Jan. 1 in
the 1200 :block: of Ocean
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A cell phone valued at $200
was reported stolen from a resi-
dence in the 800 block of Tierre
Verde Drive.

Stephen Bentley Brooks, 43,
of Jacksonville Beach was arrest-
ed and charged with possession
and distribution of an imitation
controlled substance Jan. 1 in
the 2200 block of Mayport
Road, according to a police

A bicycle valued at $250 was'
reported stolen from a residence
Jan. 2 in the 900 block of Ocean

An identity theft was report-
ed Jan. 5 in the 500 block of
Atlantic Boulevard.

Four duffel bags with con-
tents at a combined value to
$430 were reported stolen from
a room at America's Best Inn.
Jan. 1 in the 1400 block of
Atlantic Boulevard.

Keith Alan Gebert, 46, of
Jacksonville was arrested and
charged with with possession of
a controlled substance Jan. 6 in
the 600 block of Atlantic
Boulevard, according to a police

A window at a business in the
600 block of Atlantic:Boulevard
was reported shattered Jan. 7.

A vending machine at a busi-
ness in the 1100 block of
Seagate avenue was reported
burglarized Jan. 8.

Bryan Christopher Ryalls, 26,
of Jacksonville Beach was arrest-
ed and charged with possession
of a controlled substance Jan. 6
in the 100 block of 11th Street,
according to a police report.

Walk bout, talk about with Internet calling advances

Another advance in the histo-
ry of communication came our
way recently in the form of
Chatterbox, a small device that
provides a speakerphone for
Internet phone calls.
The VoSky Chatterbox is $30
from Actiontec, and it works
with the popular Skype phone
service' for the Internet.'-The -
Chaa3tb64i'lbo'out the'h itfa''
computer moise. Just plug it'
into your desktop or laptop,
and after you've downloaded
the free Skype software from
www.skype.com, you're set to,
talk. If you're calling fellow
Skype users, the calls are free -
anywhere in the world. You can
also call non-Skype users by
signing up for six months of
senice for $10. That's not $10 a
month, but $10 total.
Connection costs run about 2
cents a minute.
The 'Chatterbox is a full'
duplex' speakerphone, which
means you do not have to push
a button to talk and then let go
to listen but can just camr on a
normal conversation. You need
to connect to a PC with'
Windows 2000 or XP, and that
machine should have a high-
speed Internet connection. We
found the sound quality good
even when we were standing a
dozen feet away from the
device. The ,'Actiontec site is
If you want to be.able to
talk and walk instead of staying
near the computer, you can use
the Linksysl CIT200, which
works just like a cordless phone.
Like other cordless phones it
has a' base station, which plugs
into the computer.
The CIT200 costs a little less
than $100 from discounters like
buy.com. It includes a speaker-
phone, and reception was good.
As with the Chatterbox, you
must have software like Skype.
Vonage, an Internet phone
service, has extended Internet
calling to'the cell phone world
with a 'pocket-sized unit called
the UTStarcom F1000. The
Vonage phone works by access-
ing the Internet from wi-fi
Internet hot spots, which are
becoming ubiquitous in cities.

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We commonly find them in
hotels, ,restaurants, coffee
shops, schools, libraries and
many office buildings. You can
hardly go anywhere without
having an access point.
Find more info at the Vonage

site: www.vonage.com. The
phone's cost after rebate is $80.
Don't scratch that CD unless
it itches. Scratch-Less Disk
Industries has come out with -
what else? scratchless CDs.
They're not totally scratchless,
,of course .(f \:ou put sore mus-
;cle into it, you can scratch
them), but they are pretty
tough. The disks have tiny
bumps around the edge and a
hard polymer coating from
General Electric on the playing
surface. We hope Blockbuster
Video is listening because about
a third of the movie disks we
rent either have scratches or
smears of peanut butter and

jelly. Metasearch" means it searches
For eight now the scratchless other search services with your
disks are available in CD-R only; questioner and then filters the
CD-RW and DVDs will be out results to provide answers that
shortly. We found the CDs at seem most relevant. This cuts
Amazon.com and jr.com for $9 out a lot of junk.
for a pack of 10. These should The toolbar is free from the
be good for schools, libraries Ixquick Web site:
and anywhere else a lot of peo- www.ixquick.com. After down-
pie handle disks" loading,it appears unobtrusive-
A tEAIFt .NICE NE' a' 'vat (th'-.top of the screen for.
SEARCH T6OL whatever Internet browser
We tried a new toolbar for an 'you're using. Searches can be
international metasearch made in any of 17 languages,
engine called Ixquick. including Chinese, Korean and

lxquick is the fastest people
finder we've ever tried. We"
typed in the name of an aunt,
clicked on the Phone Book tab
and "Voila!" -- two names
popped up, one of which was
right. You can also do reverse
searches, what we used to call
the "trick book" ba~ctithv~etl
newspaper laaysmjUype binqa
phone number and you get the
name and address. This works'
for individuals and businesses
in 33 countries; :

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Wediezaday, Jan.
Newcomers: Newcomers of
the Beaches, an organization
for women who are new to the
area, will hold its monthly
luncheon at 11 a.m. at the Casa
Marina Hotel, 691 1st St. N.,
Jacksonville Beach. Call Maggie
Penn at 904-998-2331 for infor-
Thursday, Jan. 12
Team in Training: The
Leukemia & Lymphoma
Society's information meeting,
will be held at noon at the Yates
Family YMCA, 221 Riverside
Ave. Call 904-332-6414 for
Republican Club: The
Republican Club of the Beaches
will meet at the Adele Grage
Cultural Center, 716. Ocean
Blvd.,' Atlantic Beach. Social
hour is, at 6:30 p.m., followed
by the meeting at 7 p.m.
Former city councilwomananad
current state committee woman
for Duval County Faye Rustin is:
the guest speaker. Call Ed Raube
at 246-7979 for information.
Book discussion: John
Chappelear will be at The
Bookmark at 7 p.m. to discuss
his new book, "Six Simple Steps
to Find the Perfect Balance of
Prosperity and Purpose. Call
241-9026 for information.
Friday, Jan. 13
Noon Break: Noon Break will
be held from noon to 1 p.m. at
the Beaches Branch Library, 600
Third St., Neptune Beach.
David Nolan will speak on
"Adventures in St. Augustine
History." The program is free
and open to the public. Call
241-1142 for information.
"Around Town": "Around
Town," local scenes depicting
the nightlife of Jacksonville by
local artist Terese Marie Muller,
will be on display at the
SUncommon Grounds Coffee
Company, 2000-2 Hendricks
Ave., San Marco. A reception
will be held from 6 to 8 p.m.
Call 745-3710 for information.
Saturday, Jan. 14
Audubon Society: The Duval
Audubon Society will have a
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field trip to Wakulla Springs.'
Meet at 8 a.m. at the St. Marks
National Wildlife Refuge
SLighthouse (there is a $4-per-
car entrance fee). Call Roger
Clark at 251-3537 or 251-3625
for information.
Yoga conditioning: Yoga
conditioning for weight loss
will be held from 9 a.m. to
noon. Call 280-4628 for infor-
Yoga workshop: A
yoga basics workshop
will be held from 10 to
11:30 a.m. for four
Saturday at Ocean Yoga,
50 Ocean Blvd., Atlantic
Beach. Call Kate Cordell at
742-4582 or e-mail
yogakate@bellsouth.net for
prices and information.
Storytellers: The Beaches
League of Storytellers meets
at 10:30 a.m. at the Ponte
Vedra Beach Library. There
will be storytelling by mem-
bers and a workshop by Kaye
Bymes. Refreshments will be
Whaling lecture: A whal-
ing lecture will be presented
at 2 p.m. at the GTM Reserve
Environmental Education
Center, 505 Guana River Road,
Ponte Vedra Beach. Call 904-
823-4500 for information.
Sunday, Jan. 15
Team in Training: The
Leukemia & Lymphoma
Society's information meeting
will be held at 2 p.m. at the
Pablo Creek Regional Library,
13295 Beach Blvd. Call 904-
332-6414 for information.
MMoid&y, Jan. 16
Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Welh.esday, Jan.
Simply Snakes: "Simply
Snakes" will be held from 10 to
11 a.m. at Castaway Island
Preserve, 2885 San Pablo Road
S. Living and non-living speci-
mens will be presented. This
program is for all ages. Call 630-
3577 for information or to reg-

Retired federal employees:
Chapter j67,f of the National
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Active and Retired Federal
Employees will have a noon
luncheon meeting at Golden
Corral Restaurant, 14035 Beach
Blvd. Visitors are welcome. Call
731-3968 or 221-7644 for infor-
Cummer tour: A
tour at the Cummer
Museum of Art &,
Gardens of Jacobsen
Gallery of American

Friday, Jan. 20
Photography exhibit:
"Cheerleaders, Bodybuilders &
Disco Queens: Photographs by
SBrian Finke & Morten Nilsson"
will be on display through April
15 at the Jacksonville Museum
of Modem Art, 333 N. Laura St.,
Jacksonville, as part of
"Photoblast," a four-month
event celebrating photography.
Call 366-

, 6911, extension 210, for infor-
Art with Jeanette mation.
Toohey will be held at 1 p.m.

Call Carolee Bertish at 273-
6578 or Jan Bialka at 285-1114
for information.
Sons of Italy: The Sons of
Italy Beaches Lodge #2821 will.
meet at 6:30 p.m. at the
Beaches Branch Library's audi-
torium, 600 Third St., Neptune
Beach. Social time starts at 5:30
p.m. Anyone, Italian heritage or
not, is welcome. Call 904-992-
6077 for information.
Thursday, Jani 19
Persephone Healing Arts:
The Persephone Healing Arts
Center, 485 6th Ave. N.,
Jacksonville Beach, will have an
open house from 5:30 to 7 p.m.
Call 246-3583 for information.

Saturday, Jan. 21
Book writers: The
Jacksonville Chapter of the
Society of Children's Book
Writers & Illustrators meets
from 1 to, 3 p.m. at the
Southeast Regional Library in
Deerwood. Robyn Leslie will
discuss J.K. Rowling's Harry
Potter series. E-mail Janet
Walter at jgwalter@Ccomcast.net
for information.
Sunday, Jan. 22
Meditation class: A guided
medication and dharma talk
will be held from 10 to 11:30
a.m. at Cobalt Moon Center's
upstairs studio, 217 First St.,
Neptune Beach. Call 386-246-
4092 for information.

I ,

Monday, Jan. 23
Grant-writing workshop:
"The Grant Institute: Certificate
in Professional Program
Development and Grant
Communication" will be held
through Jan. 27, 8 a.m. to 5
p.m., at the University of
Miami's. James L. Knight
International Center, Miami.
V i s i t
www.thegrantinstitute.com or
call 888-824-4424 for cost and
registration information.
Storytime Science:
"Storytime Science" will be
held from 11 to 11:45 a.m.
for ages 7 and under, and
their adult companions, at
Castaway Island Preserve,
2885 San Pablo Road S. Read
Sa story and examine the sci-
ence involved. Call 630-
S3577 for information or to

S Outdoor Obser
S"Outdoor Observ
will be held from
-, 1 p.m. for all
Castaway Island I
2885 San Pablo
S Wear comfortable
toe shoes, use
repellent and
Ig binoculars. Ca
II 3577 for inform
to register.
Jan. 21
Daughters of
Confederacy: The M
Wright Chapter of the
Daughters of the Con
will meet at 11 a.m.
Marina Country Clu
Varnes is the speak
guests are'welcome. C
3025 for information.
Thursday, Jai
Group: A Bereavement
Group will meet from
p.m. every Thursday
March 2 at Christ E
Church, 400 San Juan
Ponte Vedra Beac
Roxanne Clemens at 9
7001 for information.
Friday, Jan.
Book signing: Flori
tery writer Tom Corcc
be at The.Bookmark at
?.iu7'3 ,

read from and sign copies of his
latest book, "Air Dance Iguana:
An Alex Rutledge Mystery." Call
241-9026 for information.
Saturday, Jan. 28
Luncheon: Fletcher Senior
Senators (anyone 60 or over or
who feels old) and guests are
invited to a luncheon from
noon to 3,p.m. at the Senior
Center, 281 19th Ave. S.,
Jacksonville Beach. Bring a cov-
ered dish. Admission is $5. Call
Patti Reynolds Niehaus at 261-
9014 for information.
NAF: The National Afaxia
Foundation Support Group will
meet at 1:30 p.m. at the Ocean
Grove Clubhouse in Ocean
Grove Condos on Thousand
Oaks Boulevard off A1A in
Ponte Vedra Beach (next to
Ponte Vedra .Elementary
School). Call 273-4644 for

nations: Fund-raiser. "Black Tie and
nations" Baggies" Gala Fund-raiser for
noon to The First Coast Chapter of the
ages at Surfrider Foundation will be
Preserve, held from 7 to 10 p.m. at
Road S. Windsor Parke Country Club,
, closed- 13823 Sutton Park off Hodges
insect north of J." Turner Butler
bring Boulevard. There will be live
II 630- music, hors d'oeuvres and a
action or silent, auction. : E-mail
larry@surfrider.org or call 904-
894-8763 for information.
5 Sunday, Jan. 29
the Chinese New Year.
[attie T.
e United Mo70 dah y, Jan. 30
federacy Creature Comforts:
at Selva "Creature Comforts" will be
ib. Paul held from 1 to 2 p.m. for all
er, and ages at Castaway Island
all 223- Preserve, 2885 San Pablo Road
S. This program will explain the
requirements for a successful
1. 26 habitat. Call 630-3577 for infor-
Support mation or to register.
6:30 to 8 Tueaday, Jan. 31
through Book signing: Deborah Ford
episcopal will be at The Bookmark at 7
n Drive, p.m. to talk about and sign
h. Call copies of her new book, "Grits
904-407- Friends Are Forevah: A
Southern-Style Celebration of
Women." CMll 241-9026 for
27 information.
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James E. Gregg, 76, of
Neptune Beach died Thursday,
Jan. 5.
He was a Beaches resident
since 1964. He was a Korean
War veteran, and was retired
from the. Veterans
Administration. -He was a
founding member of the
Bethlehem Lutheran Church
in Jacksonville Beach, and a
lifelong supporter of Atlantic
Beach Little League.
Survivors include his wife of
54 years, Gloria C. Gregg; sons
Marshall, Barry and,Spencer
(Andrea) Gregg;' daughter,
Dana (Michael) Busser; and
grandchildren, Zachary and
Laura Busser and Tanner and
Taylor Gregg.
A memorial service was held
at 11 a.m., Monday, Jan. 9, at
Bethlehem Lutheran Church,
with Rev. John Buchheimer
In lieu of flowers donors may
make contributions to their
favorite charity.
Services under the direction
of Quinn-Shalz, A Family
Funeral Home & Cremation
Centre, Jacksonville Beach.

Helen C. Howie, 79, of
Jacksonville, died Wednesday,
Jan. 4.
She was born Feb. 4, 1926, in
Bourne, Mass. She was a home-
maker and a devout member of
the Greek Orthodox Church.
Survivors include her hus-
band of 54 years, David S.
Howie; a son; David W. (Becky)
Howie of St. Augustine; broth-
ers George (Irene) Christopulos
of Mashpee, Mass., and Christ
Christopulos Jr. of Buzzards
Bay, Mass.; sisters Florence
Patterson of Buzzards Bay and
Elizabeth Christopulos of San
Francisco; two grandchildren;
and several nieces, nephews.
Funeral services and intern-
ment will take place in Bourne,
Local arrangement under the
direction: of Ponte Vedra
Valley, a family-owned funeral
home and cemetery, Ponte
Vedra Beach.


Robert A. Keeton, 59, died
Jan. 6, 2006. ,
He was born June 29, 1946,
in Boise, Idaho.t He was a
Vietnam veteran. He was a
police officer with the Idaho
State Police and with the
Mountain Home Police
He also worked in the collec-
tions division of a bank in Las
Cruces; N.M. In 1980, he start-
ed his own collateral recovery
business, which today, is
known as Specialized'
Collateral Recovery.

He was a member of the
Jacksonville Offshore Sport-
Fishing Club and American
Legion Post 316 of Atlantic
Survivors include his wife of
28 years, Diana Keeton (Cable);
three children, Sandy Mangani
(David) of Buffalo, N.Y.; Jody
(Brent) Lane of Conroe, Texas;
Jeff Keeton of Jacksonville; one
sister, Carol (Bob) Mackland
(Keeton) of Nampa, Idaho; six
grandchildren and several
aunts, uncles, nieces and
A celebration of life is sched-
uled in the chapel of the funer-
al home, 6 p.m., Thursday, Jan.
12. The Beaches Honor Guard
will be present at the service.
Arrangements by Hardage-
Giddens Funeral Home, 1701
Beach Blvd., Jacksonville


Ethel Hawley Kemp, 97, died
Friday, Jan. 6.
She was born. Nov.27, 1908,
in Jacksonville.
She lived in Atlantic Beach
since 1952, and was an active
member of the Atlantic Beach
Community Presbyterian
Church. She was involved
with The Beaches' .Garden
Club and traveled extensively
with her husband, Stuart,
She is survived by sisters
Aleanf Hall and Eva lohnson:a
brother, Cyrus
Higginbothamher; a son,
Haywood Butler (Carolyn); a
daughter, Kathleen Hawley
Schultz (Fred); grandsons Gary
Butler (Lorrie), and Danny
Butler (Teresa); great grand-
daughters .Stephanie, Valerie,
Melissa Butler; and a great
grandson Samuel Butler.
Visitation is from 5 to 7 p.m:
today at. Hardage-Gibbens
Funeral Home, 1701 Beach
Blvd, Jacksonville Beach/
Funeral service is 11 a.m. on
Jan. 12 with the Rev. Gabe
Goodman officiating.
Entombment will be at
Evergreen Cemetery, 4535
Main St., Jacksonville, with the
family only.
In lieu of flowers, the family
is requesting that a contribu-
tion be made in her name to
one of the following:
Community Presbyterian
Church, 150. Sherry Drive,
Atlantic Beach, FL 32233;
Community :Hospice
Foundation,% 4266 Sunbeam
Road, Jacksonville, FL 32257;
or Alzheimer's Association,
2123 Mango Place,
Jacksonville, FL 32207.
Arrangements by Hardage-
Giddens Funeral Home,
Jacksonville Beach.


Della R. Railey, 59, of
Atlantic Beach, died on
Thursday, Jan. 5, 2006.
She was born Dec. 21, 1946,
in Grand Bay, Ala., and moved
to Jacksonville in 1976 from
She worked, at the
Department of Revenue for 20
years and was employed by,,
Countrywide Mortgage. She
was a member of the Baptist
faith and enjoyed spending
time with her grandchildren
and working in her yard.
Survivors include her sons,
Scott (Desiree) Railey and
Chuck Railey, of, Atlantic
Beach;, parents, John and
Helen: Brinkman Sr. of 'Grand
Bay; brother, John (Mary Sue).
Brinkman Jr. of Pennsacola; sis-
ter, Eileen Tucker of
Pennsacola; and grandchil-
dren Katie, Blake, Joshua and'
Visitation was held Sunday,
Jan. 8, in the Chapel of Quinn-
Shalz, a Family Funeral Home,
with remarks by the Rev. David
Sheffield. Funeral services will
be held Saturday in Grand Bay.
Services under the direction
of Quinn-Shalz, A Family
Funeral Home, Jacksonville

Cecile Jane Maher, 81, of
Ponte Vedra Beach, died Friday
Jan. 6, 2006.
She was born Sept. 24, 1924,
in Pawtucket, R.I., and moved
to Ponte Vedra Beach in 1980.
Survivors include her daugh-
ters, Kathleen Maher (Kevin)
Taaffe and Jacqueline Maher
(Jerry) Camp, both of Ponte
Vedra Beach; brother, Norman
Brindamour of Ocala, ; sisters,
Marie Szpak of Massachusetts
and Berradette Ghloni of
Florida; eight grandchildren
and 10 great grandchildren.
She was predeceased by her,
husband of 63 years,
Christopher J. Maher Jr. in
Private family services will
be held. Inurnment will be in
the Columbarium of Our Lady
Star of the Sea.
In lieu of flowers donations
may be made to Community
Hospice of NE Florida, 4266
Sunbeam Road, Jax., FL 32257.
Services under the direction
of Quinn-Shalz, A Family
Funeral Home & Cremation
Centre, 3600 Third Street
South, Jacksonville Beach.

Gregory Allen Zikeli died,
Saturday, Jan. 7, 2006. He was
He'was born March 11, 1960,
.in Bainbridge, Md. He moved
to Atlantic Beach in 1969, and
was a 1978 graduate of Fletcher
High School, where he was a
member of :Interact Service
Club and the baseball team..
Survivors include his par-
ents, George and Barbara Zikeli
of Atlantic Beach; a sister,
Margaret Ann (Alex) Limbaugh
of Neptune Beach; a brother,
Matthew Wayne Zikeli of
Jacksonville; three children,
Sarah Marie Zikeli, Gary
Alexander Zikeli and Shanna
Lynne Zikeli, all of Littleton,
Colo.; and four nephews.
Services under the direction
of Metro Mortuary &
Crematoriam,; 1390' North
Wadsworth Blyd., Lakewood,
Colo. Local services will be
held at later date.


Richard Holt Medlock Sr., 73,
died Friday, Jan., 6, 2606.
He was born Feb. 18, 1932,
in Jacksonville. He was a 1951,
graduate of Fletcher High
School, where he was a mem-
ber of the football team.
He served in the U.S. Air
Force from 1951-54 as a com-
munication specialist aboard a
Douglas C-47 aircraft.
He was employed by Unijax
Paper Company for 35 years,
beginning in 1956. He was an
active member of the Fletcher
Men's Group,
He is survived by his wife of
50 years, Estelle Norris
Medlock; children, Anne
Sanders (Mason), Ricky
Medlock (Lori), Linda Shayne
(Bob); grandchildren, Beau,
Savannah, Lara, Jake, Sam, and
Luke; great-grandchild, Shelby;
an aunt, Mrs. John G. Medlock
(Selma); and lifelong friend
Tommy Dunn.
A memorial service will be
held at 11 a.m. Wednesday,
Jan. 11, at St. Nicholas Park
Christian Church, 3226 Beach
'In lieu of flowers, memorial
donations may be made to St.
Nicholas Park Christian
Church or favorite charity.

Matthew T. Bruton, 43, died
Monday, Jan. 9, 2006.
A Jacksonville native, he
moved to the Beaches more
than 20 years ago. He was a
member of :First Baptist
Church, a graduate of Ed
White High School and a local
He was preceded in death by
his sister, Dana Ray Bruton.
Survivers include his mother
and stepfather, Carolyn and
Lee Chelette; grandmother, Di
Azar; an aunt, Christine
Bruton; a niece, Christina, and
a great-niece, Cami Ray.
A memorial service will be
held at 11 a.m. Wednesday,
Jan. 18 in the Chapel of
Hardage-Giddens Funeral
Home, 1701 Beach Blvd.,
Jacksonville 'Beach with
Christine Bruton officiating.
In lieu of flowers, the family
requests donations to the
American Cancer Society.

Rex B. Tyler, died Sunday,
Jan. 8, 2006
He was born March 26, 1927.
He was born in Knox
.County, Tenn., and grew up in
Nashville. He graduated from
Howard High School. He was
employed by Davidson
'County, and later was a proper-
ty appraiser for the Tennessee
Department of Transportation.
He authored Tennessee's relo-
cation assistance laws which
implemented legislation that

the federal government enact-
He moved to Florida in 1972
as the chief right-of-way
appraiser for the Florida
Department of Transportation,
District 3.
He later moved to
Tallahassee where he was a
review appraiser with a
statewide responsibility.
He moved to Jacksonville in
1999 and was a member of
Neptune Baptist Church.
The family will receive
friends from 7 to 9 p.m. today,
Jan. 11, at Hardage-Giddens
Funeral Home in Jacksonville
A memorial service will be
held at 2 p.m. Thursday, Jan.
12, at Neptune Baptist Church.
Interment will take place in
Pineville, Ky.
In' lieu of flowers, donations
may be made; to Northeast

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the American Parkinson
Disease Association, Inc.
He is survived by his wife,
Ann Tyler of Jacksonville; two
sons: Richard Wayne Tyler of
Mt. Juliet, Tenn., and Steven A.
Tyler of Nashville; a step-
daughter, Leslie Ann Vonada,
of Neptune Beach; a step-son,
Dr.-Robert H. Hatch Jr. of
Memphis; a sister, Martha Joe
Giles, of Lilburn, Ga.; nine
grandchildren, four great-
grandchildren, and numerous
nieces and nephews.
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son, Gerald Brady Tyler; three
brothers William (Bill) Tyler,
and Calvin Tyler of Atlanta,
and Carson Trent Tyler of
Nashville, and two sisters:
Flora Lillian Hedgepath and
Carrie E. Tyler of Marietta, Ga.

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Fletcher, Nease fight to a draw

Stiff defenses yield few

chances in rivalry game

S l .,


Jags simply

are not in

Pats league
Charles Dickens once
wrote a story, "Great
Expectations," that did
fairly well. He had no way of
knowing that it would sum
up the feelings of football
fans in a place called
Jacksonville, Fla.
Dickens didn't know a foot-
ball from a grapefruit, but he
understood human nature.
And he knew private misery.
Dickens would have felt
right at home in Foxborough,
Massachusetts last Saturday
night when Jack Del Rio's
team was stopped colder than
a Massachusetts outhouse by
the New England Patriots.
The final score of 23-3 didn't
tell the story.
What it came down to was
a group of pretenders trying
to oust the kings from their
thrones. The upstarts failed
miserably, even with the great
Byron Leftwich back and
leading the charge.
If you watched on the tube
rather than packing a parka
and snuggies and going to the
scene of the crime in person,
you have your own views as
to what went wrong for the
Jaguars. Frankly, from the'
reports we have read, it seems
that everyone was to blame
except, of course, Lord
Byron who was nearly perfect.
A few tif Leftwich'V" pas e
went astray and some
dropped, but what can one
expect when playing with a*
frozen football?
Leftwich finished 18-of-31
for 179 yards and also threw
an interception. David
Garrard, his stand-in, was 3-
of-8 for 68 yards, but what he
did was as inconsequential as;
roll call in kindergarten.
On the other mitten, the
Patriots' Tom Brady was 15-
for-27 for 201 yards. One ..
question we have is how
come Brady's gang seemed to
hold onto his passes and the
Jags' snatchers performed like
a vaudeville juggling act?
One criticism was that Del
Rio failed to go to the run-
ning game soon enough.
What running game? When
Leftwich gets 26 yards on
three carries and Fred Taylor
rushes for 24 yards in eight
totes, something is wrong.
But Taylor isn't the Jags'
only infantry threat. They
have Greg Jones; he was good
enough for 15 yards, Garrard
got some and Alvin Pearman
chipped in eight big yards on
a pair of attempts.
Jacksonville amassed 292
net yards, only slightly less
than New England which had
307. Butthe Pats scored and
the Jaguars only managed a
field goal. What became of
those other Del Rio yards?
Did they just evaporate in the
steam emerging from players'
There was only one
turnover worth talking about
the interception and 73-
yard return for the Patriots'
final score. Clearly turnovers
weren't the cause of
Jacksonville's embarrassment.
At the turn, things didn't
look so bad, trailing the Kings
by a 7-3 count. But the sec-
ond act made the Jaguars
look as helpless as
Jacksonville players said all
week the Patriots would be.
It's a shame coach Bill
Belichick's team didn't see the
celebrations and warnings
Jaguars fans, media and play-
ers put on Friday before the
ship sailed. The defending
Super Bowl champs would
have been too scared to suit
up. .
The Jaguars finally realized
Tom Brady is for real and has-
n't guided New England to all
those championships without
something. But by that time,
Jacksonville's ship really had
sailed. '
Ah, but wait'll next year.
Right, men?


In sports, it's said that a tie is,
like kissing your sister. The
Fletcher-and Nease boys soccer
teams had just such an experi-
ence last Thursday, when
Donald Grzena's goal at 29:19
of the second half lifted the
Senators to a 2-2
tie with the
Panthers at
SNease Stadium.
"They played a.
pass back that
[Grzena] inter-
cepted and stuck
in the back of the
net," Fletcher
coach Mike
Levine said of the
,sophomore's first
high school goal.
Both defenses, SENATOR
backed by each PANTHER
school's football
placekicker now playing goal-
keeper, Jamie Martin of Fletcher
and Alex Amaial of Nease, made.
the tie hold up. The Senators
came away with a 7-5-3 record,
the Panthers 8-4-3.
Fletcher's Cabe Nolan opened
scoring at 18:52 with a shot that
,got through Amaral. The Nease
keeper, who had been kicked in
the thigh earlier in the game,
stayed down and subsequently
was replaced by backup keeper
Nick Olson. Amaral returned at
4:43 of the first half.
"I dove to make the save,"
Amaral said of Nolan's shot,
which trickled into the net. "I
think my right foot got under
me and hit it, or I hit the
ground even harder right in the
same spot. So that made it hurt
even more. It'll hurt even more
Joe McKinley, assisted by
Caleb Cooper at 3:50, tied.the,
SgarhtiL'.'That wdas't&febAt
A. Jay Nelson put the
Panthers in front at 29:45 of the
second half, taking a feed from
Mathias Jensen, an exchange
student from Denmark. Jensen
made a move that froze a
Fletcher defender on the right
wing, then slid the ball in front
to Nelson, who put it in the net.
Grzena's equalizer came just 26
seconds later.
"It iwas important to us,
because this is really a rivalry
game," Martin said of the final
result. "It was pretty tough to tie
them. Wish it could have gone
to overtime, but it's all good.
"Alex had a great game,"
Martin added of his Panther

counterpart, who reciprocated.
"Jamie's been a good friend of
mine; played soccer with him
for a while," said Amaral. "It's
always, fun when two goalkeep-
ers can kick it far and go back at
each other. Fans love it, and I
certainly enjoy it."
Cooper, who has come back
to Nease soccer after leaving the
team last season, enjoys the
beaches rivalry
side of the
Fletcher match.
"Three of those
guys I've played
with since I was
four years old. It's
always a big
game," said the
Nease senior, "so
tying was a little
Cooper likes
what he sees of
IS 2 this year's team.
RS 2 "Teaml play is
getting a lot bet-
ter than what it was," he said.
"The chemistry as a team is get-
ting a lot better. We're starting
to get back together, and every-
body's talking, moving the ball
around nicely. We'll be a lot
better as we go along."
Levine was pleased with the
"Both teams played hard,"
said theFletcher coach, "created
a few opportunities.
Levine was most impressed
by his team's first goal.
"Oswaldo Zambrano found
Dale Bernier on the back side
with a change ball, and Dale
changed it back again, and
Nolan was there to finish it.
That was a great goal, the one
good goal of the game," he said.
"The others happened, but they
all count."
"The good news is we started
to play some good soccer the
last 15-20 minutes," said Nease
coach Gary McKinley. "The kids
were working together.
"The bad news is .we've still
got to work harder at clearing
balls out of the penalty box. It's
that simple," he added.
McKinley expected to have
his junior sweeper, Kyle
Ringeisen, back for the Jan. 10
game at St. Augustine.,
Ringeisen was released by doc-
tors Jan. 4 after suffering the lat-
est in a series of collarbone frac-
"He's such a great sweeper.
We're really excited about get-
ting him back," said McKinley.
After returning from a frac-
tured collarbone last season,
Ringeisen suffered a knee injury
almost immediately after taking

Senators midfielder Richard Huggett (11) battles Nease's Caleb Cooper for the ball last Thursday
at Nease High School. The teams fought to a 2-all draw in their only meeting of the season.

the field in his first game back.
"He remembers that,"
McKinley said of Ringeisen.
"That's why we said, 'Let's
watch and get a 'few days of
practice under your belt. Then
we'll get you back out there.'
He's a. tough kid, and he's a
smart player."
McKinley, who took over the
Nease program early in the.sea-
son, feels his team has time to
.round into shape.
"We have at least another two,


or three weeks left," said
McKinley. "We've got another 6-
7 games yet to get ready [for the
districts]. We have a nice string
of games against good oppo-
nents. We've got St. Augustine,
Bishop Kenny, Mandarin. Those
are good matches. And then, of
course, our rival, Menendez, for
the district.
"IThe kids are real excited. If
we can continue to get a little
better every day, we'll see what
happens," said McKinley.

Levine enjoys the rivalry that
continues,' at least in part,
because players at the two
schools play club ball with and
against one another.
"It'sa. great rivalry. It's not
quite what it was when we were
in the same district, but no one
can tell me it's not important
anyway. It's still there," said
Levine. "It's bragging rights on
their, team when they're out in
club soccer, and it's bragging
rights around here."

Senators' Mitchell to

join brother Josh at

Charleston Southern

The pipeline of Jacksonville
area football talent to Charleston
Southern University continues
'to flow. Fletcher's Zach Mitchell
is the latest to commit to the

South Carolina
"I'm excited
about the offer
of a full scholar-
ship and it's
going to be so
much fun to
play football
with my broth-
er again," said
Mitchell, a 6'3",
guard for the'
Zach's bro-
ther Josh has
been a starting
linebacker for
the Buccaneers
since his fresh-

Div. I-AA pro-

coaches envision a possible
move to center. He has been
practicing snaps and has spent a
lot of time in the weight' room
since the Senators' season ended
in November.
Zach will join fellow Fletcher
grads Mike MCann, Eli Byrd and
brother Josh on the Buccaneers.
Other Jacksonville area players at

I'm excited about the
offer of a full scholar-
ship and it's going to
be so much fun to play
football with my broth-
er again.

- Zach Mitchell

man season in 2003.
Zach Mitchell said he made the
decision to joinJosh at Charleston
Southern after meeting with
Buccaneers head coach Jay Mills
and assistant Scott Brown.
"It's a great opportunity and
last summer I got a chance to see
What life is like on campus when
f. visited my brother and stayed
" it him for a week," Zach said.
. ias a chance to find out what
it ha all about."
While he played left guard for
Fletcher, Zach Mitchell said

include Epis-
copal's J.W.
Myers, C.J. Hir-
schman, from
Mandarin, and
Forrest grad
Marvin McHel-
Southern was
7-4 last season
and won its
with a 3-1
record. Zach
Mitchell said

the Buccaneers
program is on the rise and his
goal is to win a Div. I-AA national
championship before he's done.
"Anytime you play the goal is
to win a championship," he said.
"I'm excited about the opportu-
nity. to play at Charleston
Southern, play with my brother,
get my education and experience
college life. It's a decision I made
with the help of God, my par-
ents and my brother and I know
it's the right decision for me."
Zach said he hopes to major in
sports management.

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Party Grounds yielded some large

beeliners and snapper last week

arge beeliners and good
catches of snapper came
from the party grounds
last week. Redbass, speckled
trout and yellowmouth are still
biting in the creeks and several
good catches of. whiting were
taken from a cold surf.
On Sunday morning, the
Kevin Coleman party made the.
Elton Bottom trip with Captain
Dennis Young. They spent the
day reeling up 50 beeliners from
one to three pounds, along with
two lane snapper.
Capt. Denny Young, oh the
"Triple Play," with six guests,
made the 52-mile southeast
bottom trip last week' and
returned with a 72-pound
cobia, three grouper to 20
pounds, four mangroves, three
scamps and 60 beeliners.
Capt. Dave Sipler, with Brian
Netchel, fished around the jet-
ties last Sunday and caught

'. -


their limit of yellowmouth to
four pounds, their limit of
.speckled trout and a pair of
four-pound sheepshead. They
also released a'dozen other
Capt. Brian .Russell, Barry
Parson and Tracy fished Shad
Creek with live shrimp and net-

ted 16 redbass, four trout and a
pair of flounder.
Last Wednesday, Larry "The
Fishman" Finch, with his
nephew Brian Smith from
Maine, and neighbor Mike
Lane, used mud minnows for
bait and caught a dozen red-
bass, keeping their limit, of
three. Earlier in the week on
Monday morning, Capt. Larry
and Bruce Boyer used live fid-
dlers along the jetties and
.caught *23 sheepshead to 4.5
Capt. George Strate, on his:
"Mla.port Princess," with a full
boat of anxious anglers, made it
all the way to the Elton Bottom
Wednesday morning before
pushing the anchor over. The
group of 38 anglers pulled.up its
limit of beeliners weighing two
to four pounds, five mangrove,
five grouper to 17 pounds, ,a
pair of true mutton to eight

pounds, several amberjack and
10 snapper to 15 pounds.
On Sunday, Capt. George
took another party back to the
same area where they again
caught their limit of big beelin-
ers and a dozen larger amber-
jack and snapper.
Last Thursday morning,
Capt. Dennis Young, on his
"Sea Dancer,"'with the Wade
Tutenf party stopped and made
the day at P.M. They iced down
five grouper to 18 pounds and
eight snapper weighing
between six and 14 pounds,
Capt. Jerry Moulton, on his
boat "Another Tangle" with
friends Bobby Grubbs, Kevin
Harris and Mike, Harris, took
advantage of calm seas last
Sunday and fished the Elton
Bottom for their limit of snap-
per to 19 pounds, 40 beeliners'
and one scamp.
Good fishing.

From left:
Vinyard, John
McCarthy, Dan
McCarthy and
Mark Bachara
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sive catch of
snapper made
recently with
Captain Dennis
Young aboard
the "Sea

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"Sea Dancer"
with Captain
Dennis Young.
Lockett shows
just part of their
catch made with-
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Senators, Panthers in soccer showdown

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January 11, 2006

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'The DaVinci Code': Truth or Fiction?

A best-selling novel that has
been called everything from
"heresv" to "pure genius."
spawning sermons, protests, a
host of books and a soon-to-
be-released motion picture,
will tease some minds in
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this week.
"The Da Vinci Code," Dan
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Christian beliefs, is the subject
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class "should be fun."
"The point of the course is
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underlie the whole book,"
Wright said this week, adding,
"I do take a few shots at it."
Brown's book, a mystery
with turns, twists and surprise
revelations pulling from real
art and architecture, has
caused a stir in the religious
community in part because of

the themes that strike at the
core of Christian beliefs.
The author taunts readers
by suggesting that lesus and
Mary Magdalene were mar-
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The story also posits that a
Catholic conspiracy excluded
certain gospels from the Bible
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at the University of North
"Americans love a conspira-
cy theory," said Ingersoll, who
has taught "The Da Vinci
Code" in an upper-level
course on religion and popu-
lar culture.

The book "brings to light
some questions of how the
biblical text" came into being,
Ingersoll said.
"People like thinking of the
Bible" as an inspired text that
"dropped out of the sky," she
said, whereas in reality, people
decided what texts would be
included in a "political
process" rife .with disagree-
ment, she said.
The Catholic Church and
Opus Dei, a controversial,
influential group in the
church founded by a Spanish
priest in 1928, "in part are vil-
lains in the book," Wright
said. Although "The Da Vinci
Code", which spent 47 weeks
on the New York Times best-
seller list with about 40 mil-

lion copies sold, is a
work of fiction, Brown
begins the work with a
page titled "Fact."
Opus Dei is "a
deeply devout Catholic
sect," Brown says on
the fact page, adding,
"All descriptions of art-
work, architecture,
documents, and secret
rituals in this novel are
"The line between
the history and fiction
isn't necessarily clear"
in the book, Ingersoll
The paradox for
some religious organi-
zations is that, while
the book has sparked
controversy and debate, it also
has helped in a renewed inter-
est in religion, she said.
"I think that over the last
five to 10 years, there has
been a growing interest in reli-
gion and certainly this
book is part of that."
Wright, now director of a
program for lifelong learning
for seniors at Jacksonville
University, said the course,
which he developed from
numerous sources, is primari-
ly a "literary and art historical
approach to the book."
"Da Vinci himself has a lot
of very, very interesting things
about him that I believe are
fascinating," Wright said.
Visit the Cultural Center's
Web site at www. ccpvb.org.

Friends of the Beaches
Branch Library will present
David Nolan at the Noon
Break on Friday, Jan. 13.
Nolan, an area author and
activist will discuss,
"Adventures in St. Augustine
History." The program is from
Noon until 1 p.m. at the
Beaches Branch Library in
Neptune Beach. The program
is free and open to the public.
Nolan has authored "Fifty
Feet in Paradise: .Tf'e.Booming
of Florida," which details the
booms and busts in Florida's
development and the colorful
characters who figured in it
from Andrew Jackson to
Mickey Mouse.
The book was published by
Harcourt Brace Jovanovich in
1984, and received an award
from the Council for Florida
From 1978-1980, Nolan
worked on the first official
survey of old buildings in the
"Ancient City" of St.
After what he describes as a
"20-year love affair with his-
toric architecture," he collabo-
rated with artist Jean Ellen
Fitzpatrick and photographer
Ken Barrett to produce "The
Houses of St. Augustine,"
published in 1995 by
Pineapple Press.
He has been active in cam-
paigns to save the Bridge of
Lions, the Lightkeepers House,
and other St. Augustine land-
marks from demolition.
He has also worked to pro-
mote public appreciation for
the rich Black heritage of St.
Augustine, giving tours during
the annual Lincolnville
Festival of that historic area
foundedby freed slaves after
the Civil War.
His research resulted in
Lincoln\ille being added to
the National Register of

A recipe by Neptune Beach
cook Jenet Cattar was recently
published in "The Best of
Country Chicken" Cookbook
from Reiman Publications.
Her Chicken Dinner recipe
is a convenient meal-in-one
made in a slow cooker.
Cattar was the subject of a
December 2003 "Kathy's
Cook's" column featuring her
holiday Cookie Exchange
Party. ,
' She and her husband, Fred,
who she said is also an excel-
lent Lebanese and Middle
Eastern-style cook, own Cattar
Realty in Jacksonville Beach.
I Jenet Cattar has had other
recipes published in cook-
books and magazines pub-
lished by Reiman Publications
including "Taste of Home"
and "Quick Cooking."
Many of her creations begin
with a standard recipe which
she said she alters to improve
the flavor and include the


pnso, suDmrnea
David Nolan co-authored 'The
Book Lover's Gude to Florida.'
Historic Places. He is a trustee
and life member of the Fort
Mose Historical Society, dedi-
cated to preservation of the
site of the first free communi-
ty of ex-slaves in the United
States, founded in St.
Augustine in 1738.
He is a trustee and past pres-
ident of the Marjorie Kinnan
Rawlings Society, which works
to promote interest in the
great Florida novelist. He is
one of the authors of "The
Book Lover's Guide to
Florida," published in 1992.
Nolan is listed in Who's
Who in America,
Contemporary Authors,
Outstanding Scholars of the
20th Century and other refer-
ence works.
The program will be held in
the Beaches Branch
Community room. Attendees
are welcome to bring a bag
lunch. Beverages will be pro-
For more information, call
the library at 241-1142.

ingredients they prefer.
The couple also has a arge
collection of Lebanese recipes
which were compiled by some
of Fred Cattar's cousins.
The following are two of
Cattar's recipes published in
"The 'Best of Country
Chicken" and in "Taste of
Home" and a Lebanese recipe
from Fred, Cattar's family.
Chicken Dinner
6 medium potatoes, cut into
4 medium carrots, cut into
one-half inch pieces


photo submitted
Neptune Beach residents Jenet and Fred Cattar in their kitchen.

Neptunes Cattar has

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David Bernstein and Karen Flint

Jenny Grenier and Chris Schroeder:


Ron and Muriel Grenier of
Jacksonville Beach announce
the engagement of- their
daughter, Jenny Grenier, to
Chris Schroeder of Orlando.
He is the son of Daniel
Schroeder and the late Elinor
Oven Schroeder.
The bride-to-be graduated
from Florida State University
and is an account executive
with DHL in Orlan'do.

The groom-to-be graduated
from the University of Central
Florida and Florida State
University School of Law. He is
an attorney at law with
Rissman, Weisberg, Barrett,
Hurt, Donahue & McLain, P.A.,
in Orlando.
The wedding is planned for
April 1, 2006, at the Casa
Marina Hotel, Jacksonville

Forthe lids

staged at 2 p.m. Saturday at
Books-A-Million, 738 Marsh
Landing Parkway, Jacksonville
Beach. Call 273-8055 for infor-
MUSEUM offers hands-on
activities, play and learning
opportunities for kids from
9:30 a.m, to 5 p.m. Monday
through Saturday at 8580
Beach' Blvd., Jacksonville.
Admission is,$3.50 for children
Sages 1-3 and $5.50 for all oth-
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.,U.,LOFT, is a..,multi-genera,
tions learning, environment;
that offers 16 hands-on sta--
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explore the concepts in mod-
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Entry is free with paid entrance
to the Jacksonville Museum of
Modern Art. Children are
admitted free ever Sunday for
family Free, Day at 333.
Hemming Plaza in downtown,
Jacksonville. Hours of opera-
tion are 11 a.im. to 5 p.m.
Tuesday, Thursday and Friday,
11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Wednesday,
11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and
Noon to 5 p.m. Sunday. Call
366-6911 for information.

Kindermusik and ph
classes Tuesday to Saturc
Jacksonville Beach and
Vedra Beach for children
birth to age 7.
Kindermusik, a music
movement program fc
ages, children are divid
age group. Playday is for
ers to 26 months old
includes parachute play, c
ing and musical actii
Preschool children an
attend without parents.
trial class is free. Call 249
for information or
the.C.im mer,. Mfueum of
Ga'riens in "Jacksonville
tains hands-on, high-tec
low-tech interactive ex
that encourage physical
ty and quiet contempt
Walk through a painting
ate patterns with dance,
a collage, listen to a scul
or paint with a virtual
brush. The museum is o
north bank of the St.
River at 829 Riverside
Call 356-6857. Hburs a
a.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday
Thursday, 10 a.m.' to 5
Wednesday, Friday
Saturday, and noon to 5

Karen Lynne Flint and David
Charles Bernstein, both of
Atlantic Beach, have
announced their engagement
to the married.
The bride-elect is the daugh-
ter of Lloyd and Susan Flint of
Sharpsburg, Ga. She is a gradu-
ate of Coweta High School and
Valdosta State University. She
is employed by Wachovia.,:.
The groom-elect is the son of,

Max Sjostrom and
Samantha Snyder of
NancyDance Studio in
offers Jacksonville Beach were award-
ayday ed Mr and Miss Dance of
lay in Florida.
Ponte They competed in the Dance
From Masters of Florida Chapter #2
For Scholarship Competition in
and Daytona Beach. Both scored in
r all jazz, acro, ballet, and tap, par-
ed by ticipatedinran interview with a
walk- panel of Judges, and per formed
Sand dance solos on stage for their
climb- final scores.
cities. They were both, awarded
d up scholarships towards ,their
'One :dance education. Snyder
)-3828 placed second overall in the
'visit, scholarship classes. The pair
will now represent the state of
NSt F.loIida in the:M r. a n;,'is-
Art Dance of America 2007:in-'Jul
con- in Las Vegas.
h and
hibits Coast Guard Seaman
activi- Apprentice Robert E.
action. Thompson recently graduated
g, cre- from the U.S. Coast Guard
make Recruit Training Center in
pture, Cape May, N.J.
paint- During the eight-week train-
in the, ing program, Thompson corn-
Johns pleted a vigorous training cur-
Ave., riculum consisting of academ-
re 10 ics and practical instruction on
V and water safety and survival, mili-
p.m. tan' customs and courtesies,
and seamanship skills, first aid, fire
5 p.m, fighting and marksmanship.

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Terry and Marie Watson of
Neptune Beach and David"arid
Liz Bernstein of Longwood,
He is a graduate of Fletcher
High School and the Northeast
Florida Police Academy.
The couple plan to wed at 4
p.m. Saturday, Feb. 18, at the
Ocean Breeze Officer's Club at
Mayport Naval Station.

Max Sjostrom and Samantha
Snyder of NancyDance Studio
in Jacksonville Beach.

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Shea Willis and Misti Hammons


Misti Lynn Hammons of,
Winnetka, Ill., and Shea Willis
of Jacksonville Beach have
Announced their engagement.
The bride-elect is the daugh-
ter of Bruce and Ruthie
Hammons of Landeck, Ohio.
She is a graduate of Delphos
Jefferson High School and the-
University of Dayton. She is
employed by Dr. Warga and Dr.
Weiss D.D.S in Wimnetka, Ill.
The groom-elect is the son of

Holly and Larry Willis of
Jacksonville Beach: He is a
graduate of' Bishop Kenny
High School and the
University of North Florida. He
is pursuing a master of arts
degree in religion at Trinity
International University,
Deerfield, Ill.
The couple plan to wed on
March 4, 2006, at Trinity
United Methodist Church in
Lima, Ohio.


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Fletcher High School seniors
and their parents are invited to
attend a college financial aid
workshop at 6 p.m. Thursday,
Jan. 26, in the school auditori-
College financial aid admin-
istrators and Fletcher High
counselors will provide infor-
mation about various state and
federal aid programs;
All seniors who are planning
to attend any post secondary
school should complete the
Free Application for Federal
Student Aid (FAFSA).
Fletcher's Guidance
Department will have a limited
amount of paper, applications
for those who do not have
internet access. Students
should also contact the finan-
cial aid office of the college
they have decided to attend for,
any additional forms that may
need to be completed.
On Feb. 2 and 3 volunteers
will be available during school
to assist seniors with questions
concerning "the FAFSA,
Students will be scheduled for
appointments during the
school day.
FCAT Awareness Night will
be at Mayport Middle School
on Thursday, January 12 at
6:30pm. For more informa-
tion, call 247-5977.
The Jacksonville premiere of
"Metamorphoses," based on
Ovid's transformation myths,
will be staged Jan. 18-20 at
Douglas Anderson Schoo of the
Arts. Curtian is 7:30 p.m. and 7
p.m. and 9 p.m. Jan. 21.
Tickets: $10, at the door.
General Admission Seating
The school is located at 2445
San Diego Road, Jacksonville.
For ticket information call
346-5620 ext. 122.
Seaside Playgarden,.
Jacksonville's only Waldorf
inspired, preschool, invites
prospective parents and inter-
ested community members to
an open house from 4 to 6 p.m.
on Jan. 12 at 223 8th Av. S.,
Jacksonville Beach.
SPrograms offered include
playgroups (infants and chil-
dren to age three) and pre-
school (children age two and a
half through five). RSVP 247-
1314. Visit jaxwaldorf.org for
more information on Waldorf
education and our programs.
On Jan. 26, the faculty of

Seaside Playgarden will present
the puppet,story of Shingabiss,
a native american tale of broth-
erhood and courage. Puppet
shows open to the public are
scheduled the fourth Thursday
of every month at 4 p.m. The
stories are most appropriate for
children ages 2 through 7.
*'* *
The spring 2006 FCAT test-
ing schedule is available at
The Jacksonville Symphony
Orchestra makes many. of its
concerts available to students
for only $5. Family members.
accompanying young students
are also welcome at the same
price (up to two family mem-
bers per student).
Student-Family Rush
Tickets are available for select
performances during the sym-
phony's regular subscription
season. At select performances,
students may purchase rush
tickets up.to 90 minutes prior
to the start of the performance,
as determined by management.
'* ,', '
Instructors are needed to
teach after-school community
education classes for children
from 3 p.m. to .6 p.m. at
Neptune Beach Elementary.
Call Dorothy Ross at 247-5957. !

Fletcher High School's
School Advisory Council
meets once a month in:the
administration conference
room. Parents and members of
the community are invited to

Players by the Sea School of
the Arts is offering after-school
drama classes.
Students will participate in
improvisation, theater games,
storytelling, and mime exercis-
es. Work will be showcased
through evenings of improvisa-
tion, scene nights and one- act
plays. Classes are available for
students from first grade
through high school and run
after school, Tuesday through
Friday. Cost is $80 per month.
For additional information or
to sign up, call educational a
director Barbara. Williams at -
249-0289 or via e-mail at bar-
The Fletcher Middle School
Advisory Council meets once a
month for approximately one
hour. Call 221-0498.

photo submitted
DePaul School students display their first-place regional awards in the Florida Council on
Economic Education's Stock Market Challenge. Shown are Daniel Hovis, Roddy Harris, and
Kevin Kloker. Students participated in an investment simulation that allowed them to develop
and.manage a hypothetical $100,000. investment portfolio. Their teacher is Cynthia Hall.

Pr.no SuBMIPr ED
Above: Stephanie Witt's kindergarten-class at Neptune Beach
Elementary visit the Diamond D Ranch in Jacksonville.'
Below: Witt receives a kiss from a camel.

Recipes: Ricotta bread from machine
... d,, f m '-a' hl n e,

Cont. from B-1
4 boneless skinless chicken
breast halves
1 can Cream of Mushroom
soup, undiluted
one-eighth tsp. garlic salt
2 to 4 T mashed potato
flakes (optional)
Place the potatoes and car-
rots in the slow cooker. Top
with the chicken. Combine
the soup and the garlic salt.
Cove and cook on low for 8,
hours. To thicken, if desired,
stir potato flakes into the
gravy and cook 30 minutes
longer. Yield: 4 servings

Ricotta Bread, a recipe
from Fred Cattar's cousin
Published in. "Taste of
"This is'my favorite bread in
the machine," said Jenet

one-third cup milk
i medium egg

1 cup ricotta cheese
2 T butter or margarine
two and one-half T sugar
1 tsp. salt
two and one-quarter cups
bread flour
one and one-half tsp. yeast
To make a medium size loaf,
place all wet ingredients in the
bottom of the bread machine.
Place the dry ingredients on
top of that and the yeast on
the very top. Use the "light"
bread setting. You can also
use cottage cheese:

3-cornered Spinach Pies



3 pkgs frozen chopped

2 med

1 Tbs oil
i Tbs salt
2 pkgs. refri
2 cups moz
Thaw spina
as much liqui
Mix spinach
oil, salt and cl
floured cuttir
out biscuits.
Place 'sma
spinach mixi
Seal top with
out biscuit a
fork. Bake at
minutes, or u

The Univer
Cooperative E
is offering a I
Nutrition Edu
to the public.
The tl0-wee
uled to begin
15, and will p
'food and nutr
SThe course i
with varied
food and nutr
to Duska Do
agent at the
Extension Off
While indiv
fessional train
currently stud
nomics and n
courses valial
sionals with
these topics a
aged to apply.
By complete:
students will
Master Food
Educator. Part
program requ
ment to provi
volunteer se

County Extension Office.
Topics covered in the course
include 'in-depth classes on
nutrition for good health,
food safety, and herbal cook-

onions, finely The latest .updates in food
preservation techniques such
as canning, freezing, dehydra-
r cup lemon juice tiori, pickling,.and jelly mak-
ing are covered. There will be
an opportunity for hands-on
learning in some of these
igerator biscuits Students will also receive
copies of food and. nutrition
zarella cheese reference books published by
UF and the University of
ch and drain, get Georgia.
d out as possible. For their volunteer service,
,onions, juice, Master Food and Nutrition
cheese. On a well- Educators provide assistance
ig board, flatten in theii local County
Extension Office in a variety
all mound of of ways, such as helping with
ture in middle. demonstrations and educa-
h another rolled tional projects including 4-H
nd seal with a youth programs.
350 for 12 -15 Graduates of the course are
until brown' also eligible to participate in
', monthly update training pro-
*** vided by UF's Cooperative
sit'y of Florida's Extension Service.
extensionn Service Some recent update training
Master Food and opportunities have included
ucation Program field trips to the University of
Florida Nutrition Research
ek class is sched- Laboratory, and to the food
Wednesday, Feb. service operation of a Carnival
providee in-depth Cruise ship. Classes on Asian
ition training. Cookery and nutrition topics
s open to people have also been covered.
backgrounds in ,The application deadline for
ition, according the Master Food and Nutrition
rshel, extension Education Class is Jan. 27.
Duval County There is a $75 fee to cover lab
ice. supplies for the course. All
iduals with pro- classes will be taught at the
ning and thds Duval County Office from
lying home eco- 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
nutrition find the Applicants should contact
ble, non-profes- the County Extension Office
an interest in where they reside for informa-
ire also encour- tion and to apply.
In Jacksonville, the office is
ng the program, at 1010 N. McDuff Ave. Call
earn the title of 387-8855 to register. In St.
and Nutrition Johns County, the office is at
icipation in the 3125 Agriculture Center Dr. in
ires a commit- St. Augustine. Call 209-3040.
ide 50 hours of A personal interview is
rvice for the required for each applicant.



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Invites You to Join our OPEN HOUSE
Our annual Open House for both studios will be held on Saturday,
January 14th from 9:30am to 1 pm at the Atlantic Beach Studio
location. The open house is an opportunity for new students to see our
studio, meet our faculty and take our Complementary Classes.
Register on Saturday January 14th and the registration is
FREE! (a $30 value).

9:30 to 10:30 Polly B KIds, Tap/Ballet/Song, Ages3 to5
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10:30 to 11:15 Tumbling/Acrobatics, Ages 5 to 9
11 to 12 noon Hip Hop/Jazz, Ages 11 to Teens
11:15 to 12 noon Tumbling/Acrobatics, Ages 10 to Teens
12 noon to 12:45 pm Tap & Ballet Ages 6 to Teens
New classes start in January Recital in June
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14 in theAtlantic Beach Studio

Ring in the New Year at Polly B
Dance Academy's annual open
house, set for 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Saturday, Jan. 14, at the acade-
my's Atlantic Beach studio. The
open. house is an opportunity for
new students those desiring to
study at either the Atlantic Beach
or Jacksonville Beach state-of-
the-art studios to see the facili-
ty, browse the dance apparel
shop, meet the certified and
diversified faculty and try out a
complementary class. '
Families who are currently
enrolled in the studios are invit-
ed to bring a friend to the open
house and dance with them so
they, too, can experience the fun
that a Polly B dance class brings.
New students who enroll for
classes before or at the open
house will quality for free regis-
tration'- a $30 value.
The open house schedule is as
9:30 to 10:30 a.m.'- Polly B
Kids, Tap/Ballet/Song, ages 3
to 5
10io 11 a.m. Hip Hoo/lazz


Presented above are Polly B Dance Academy's certified and diversified faculty, including
(seated, left to right) -Suzan Phipps, Dayna Williams, Polly Boeneke, Jenny Coop; (stand-
ing, left to right) Nicol Santiago, Reagan Shenk, Adriana Stam, Christy Gilpin, Brian Black,
SKim Haynes, Rachel Leaptrott, Jennifer McMurry

ages 6 to 10
10:30 to 11:15 a.m.- Tumbling, Acrobatics, ages 5 to 9
11 a.m. to noon Hip Hop/Jazz, ages 11 to teens
11:15 a.m. to noon Tumbling/Acrobatics, ages 10 to teens
Noon to 12:45 p.m. Tap & Ballet, ages 6 to teens

"Our annual open house gives us the opportunity to share
with the public our love of dance and why we're 'the happen-
ing place' in dance instruction," says Polly B, a past president
of Dance Masters of America and Dance Educators of America.
"True dance education is so much more than learning posi-
tions and steps," she says. "It's about the whole person and
how we present and conduct ourselves as role models
throughout our lifetimes to ourselves and to others."
"What makes us different is our years of experience, our nur-
turing and positive atmosphere, our certified and talented fac-
ulty and, most importantly, our integrity," she adds. "We are
proven talent leaders and proud to be celebrating our 33rd
year at the Beaches. This is a place where dreams come true
and dancers have fun, tqo, in a positive, less stressful family
Indeed, "family" is the key word at Polly B Dance Academy,
which is family run and promotes a family atmosphere. Polly
B is married to U.S.N. retired Bob Boeneke, and they are the
parents of seven children, grandparents of 17, and have raised
their-family at the Beaches. The studio is run by their son,
Derrin, and their daughter, Dayna, is a leading instructor.
The Polly B Dance Academy offers many avenues of. dance
instruction including the special pre-school program for ages
2-1/2 through 4. This program, called Polly B Kids, introduces
younger dancersto Lap,_ballet, song.and.tumbJing.ji.th.%ihlalL
-.*laslfsies,, age-appropriate music, creativity, props and much I
more. These dancers even have their own separate recital in
Also available are primary, intermediate and advanced class
levels (age 5 through teens), where dancers are placed by ages
and levels in tap, ballet, jazz, pointe, lyrical, hip 'hop, tum-
bling, acrobatics, musical theatre and more.
The Polly B Dance Academy also has a competition team for
those who are interested that takes the dancers to an even
higher level of dance education. The Polly B Dance Team is
known nationally and internationally for its outstanding tal-
'ent and overall high school championships. Each year, many
Polly B students win scholarships in all disciplines of dance.
,The competitive dancers, who make up about 10 percent of

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the academy's enrollment, maintain high academics, church
activities and a strong bond with family and studio.
"They are true role models," says Polly B. "Our competition
dancers are committed, love every minute of it, share great
friendships and learn team responsibilities while building pos-
itive self-esteem-but always in a nurturing environment."
Polly B herself is very active with dance technique and
award-winning choreography, and many of her dancers -
including Danielle Williams, "Miss Dayna's" daughter and
Polly B's granddaughter have performed in movies, televi-
sion, Broadway shows, Alhambra Theatre, Disney, and cruise
ships and have toured and performed in Japan, Russia,
Denmark, Sweden and England. Theirs. was the first studio in
the United States ever to perform in Gorky Park, Russia and
they've received keys to several international cities.-
,Polly B is the only Beaches dance teacher who is a goodwill
ambassador to Russia.
The Polly B Dance Academy also proudly participates in the
annual Opening of the Beaches parade and holds optional
recitals in June at the Lazzara Theatre on the University of
North florida campus. "We have two performances one on
Saturday morning for the younger children and one on
Saturday afternoon for the older dancers," Polly B says. "By
having two recitals, we can target age groups and attention
spans, and families can enjoy a much more personal and
shorter performance with their family dancers."
"'Stop by the open house Saturday or call now to enroll in
intensive, yet positive and age-appropriate, dance studies ith
a difference the difference of having fun in a nurturing envi-
ronment based on love, encouragement and accomplish-
upcn t;-L so"v ..-. p 4 .- ei;P i- .-B=:s--m otto -'- v"ake -our
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The Polly B Dance Academy has two locations in
Jacksonville Beach at 340 S. 23rd Ave., across from the south
end of Pablo Plaza Shopping Center, and in Atlantic Beach at
725 Atlantic Blvd., Suite 20, in North Beach Center.
Classes begin in January and are offered for ages 2-1/2
through teens and adults. Morning, afternoon, evening and
weekend classes are'available. Registration is open at both stu-
dios from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday. For more
information about the'open house and enrollment, call 246-
6662 (Jacksonville Beach studio) or 246-6663 (Atlantic Beach
studio) or visit the, www.pollybdance.com
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American Legion: The
American Legion Auxiliary
DeWitt B. Tilden Unit 316 meets
at 8 p.m. the second Monday of
each month at 1127 Atlantic
Blvd., Atlantic Beach. Call 249-
0202 for information.

American Legion: American
LegiQn Ocean Beaches Post 129
and Auxiliary Ocean Beaches
Unit 1.29 meet at 8 p.m. the first
Thursday of the month at 1151
South Fourth St., Jacksonville
Beach. Call 249-2266 for infor-

American Legion: American
Legion Post 233, Ponte
Vedra/Palm Valley, 12
Wilderness Trail N. off Canal
Boulevard, meets the first
Thursday of the month at 7
p.m. Steak night is held every
Friday from 6. to 9 p.m. for
members and guests. Call 285-
2484 for information.

Beaches Palm Group: The
Florida Writer's Association
Beaches Palm Group meets the
fourth Saturday of each month
except December at' the Ponte
Vedra Beach Library. Call Vic
DiGenti at 904-285-2258 for

Beaches Pilates: New classes
are offered from 8 to 9 a.m.
Monday and Wedriesday, and
9:30 to 10:30 a.m. Tuesday and
Thursday. The cost is $5 per per-
son. Classes are held at Hollie's
Dance Dream Studio, 13595
Atlantic Blvd. Call Sheri at 234-
0038 or Phyllis at 655-8456 for

Beaches storytellers: The:
Beaches League of Storytellers
meets at the Ponte Vedra Beach
Library, 101 Library Blvd., Ponte.
Vedra Beach, at 10:30 a.m.
ever)- second Saturday of the
month from September through
May. Call George Mills at 246-
1502 for information.

Beginner yoga: Beginner
yoga classes are held

Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. at the
Anusara Yoga Studio, 230 14th
Ave. S., Jacksonville Beach. The
cost is $10 a class if you sign up
for a series. Call 249-1111 for

Bookmobile: The Library
Elderly Outreach Bookmobile
serves seniors living in The
Stratford from 9:30 to 10 a.m.,
and at Vicar's Landing from
noon to 1:30 p.m. every second
and fourth Friday. Call David
Hoak at 904-823-2783 for infor-

Breakfast network: The
Ponte Vedra Chamber of
Commerce meets at 7:30 a.m.
the second Wednesday of the
month at the Sawgrass Grille '&
The Tavern for breakfast. Email
for information.

Breast-feeding support:
Baptist Medical Center Beaches
offers, a breast-feeding support
group from 10 to 11:30 a.m. in
Conference Room B at 1350
13th Ave. S. the first Monday of
the month. The group is moder-
ated by Loretta Haycook. There
is no cost, and babies and chil-
dren are welcome. Snacks and
beverages are served. Call 247-
2974 for information.

Cancer support group: The
Cancer Support Group at Baptist
Medical Center Beaches meets
at 6 p.m. Wednesday at. the
Florida .Cancer Center in
Medical Office Building B on
the hospital campus. Call 247-
2910 for information.

Christian yoga: Christian
yoga classes are offered Friday's
at 9 a.m. at the Beaches
Vineyard Church, A1A between
16th and 17th Avenue North.
The cost is $7 per class, and
child care is $2 for Friday morn-
ing classes. Call 220-0107 for

Coast Guard Auxiliary: U.S.
Coast Guard Auxiliary 14-04

meets at 7:30 p.m. the first
Wednesday of the month at the
Captain's Club, 13363 Beach
Blvd. Call David Green at 246-
4722 or 422-2811 for informa-
tion. .

Depression support:
Depression Bipolar Support
Alliance Jacksonville Beaches
meets Sundays at 5:30 p.m. at
Beaches Medical Center, 1350
13th Ave. S., Jacksonville Beach.
Visit www,dbsajax.org for infor-

Foundation Academy: The
Foundation Academy, 107 Third
Ave. S., Jacksonville Beach, has
an open house from 9 to 11:30
a.m. Tuesday. Call 241-3515 for

Free yoga: Bikram Yoga, 1531
Atlantic Blvd., Neptune Beach,
offers free yoga the first
Thursday of the month for new
students. Call 270-1239 or visit
www.bikramyogajax.com for

Friends on the Go: Friends
on the Go with Jack Morgan
meets at 7 p.m. the second
'Tuesday of each month at the
Ponte Vedra Beach Branch

Grief recovery: A Grief
Recovery Support Group meets
the third Thursday of the
month at 7 p.m. at St. Paul's
Catholic Church in library, 578
First Ave. N., Jacksonville Beach.
The group is for those who are
grieving the death of a family
member or friend. Call Margaret
Lane at 280-0871 for informa-

Infant, Tot, Teen and Family
Yoga: Classes are offered in
Atlantic Beach. Call 372-0116 or
visit www.strollerjize.com for

Jacksonville Singles Dance
Club: The Jacksonville Singles
Dance Club meets from 8 to 11
p.m. every Friday at the Knights

of Columbus Hall, 1501
Hendricks Ave. Admission is $8,
or $7 for members. Call 779-
1234 or -e-mail
jaxsinglesDC@aol.com for infor-

Kiwanis Beaches: The
Kiwanis Club of Jacksonville
Beaches meets Thursdays at
noon at Selva Marina Country
Club,' 1600 Selva Marina,
Atlantic Beach. Call Jonathan
Daugherty at 635-4228 for

Libertarians: The Libertarian
Party of St. Johns County meets
the second Wednesday of each
month. Call Doug Price at 904-
273-7480 for information.

rine dancing classes: Line
dancing classes are held
Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. for
beginners, and from 6:30 to 8
p.m. for everyone. The cost is $3
per class. Classes are held at
Pablo Towers, Third Street near
Beach Boulevard. Call 247-1849
for information.

Lions Club: he Lions Club
of Jacksonville Beach meets at 7
p.m. the first and third
Monday at the corner of
Penman Road and Second
Avenue North; and at noon on
the second and fourth Tuesdays
at Perkins Restaurant, 14471
Beach Blvd. For information on
Monday's meetings, call Chuck
Carroll at 241-1129; call Denny
Bradford at 220-2222 for infor-
mation on Tuesday's meetings.

Lions Club of PV: The Lions
Club of Ponte Vedra Beach
meets the second and fourth
Thursday at noon at Aqua Grill
in Sawgrass Village. Call Sue
Hollis at 616-2681 for informa-

., Long Time Newcomers: The
Long Time Newcomers Club of
the Beaches and West Beaches
meets at Selva Marina Country
Club in Atlantic Beach on the
fourth Tuesday of the.Month,

September through May. This is Recovery, Inc.: Recovery,
a ladies' club. Social hour starts Inc., a mental health support
at 11 a.m., followed by various group, meets at 6:30 p.m.
entertainers, performers and Fridays at St. Paul's Catholic
informative speakers. Call 273- Church's Family Life Center,
0362 for information. 578 First Ave.. N., Jacksonville
Beach. 247-3299.
New Directions: New
Directions, a support group for Single Again: The Single
the divorced and separated, Again self-help group meets the
meets at 6:45 p.m. the second first Tuesday of each month at 7
and fourth Wednesday of the p.m. at ,Beaches United
month at 4118 Loretto Road Methodist Church, 35 Executive
next to the white church, in the Way, Ponte Vedra. Email sin-
convent at St. Joseph's Catholic gleagainpvb@aol.com for infor-
Church. Call268-1591 for infor- mation.
Sons of the American
Open-air market: The Town Legion: The Sons of the
Center Green Market, an open- American Legion Squadron 316
air market, is held Saturday meets the first Monday of each
from 8 a.m. till noon at the month at 7:30 p.m. at 1127
Neptune Beach Kmart on Atlantic Blvd., Atlantic Beach.
Atlantic Boulevard. The ,market Call 249-0202 for information.
features fresh produce, honey,
sauces, baked goods, hand- Submarine veterans: USSVI -
made soap and more. First Coast Base meets at 11 a.m.
the second Saturday of the
Oversight Committee: The month at American Legion Post
Oversight Committee for the 316, 127 Atlantic Blvd., Atlantic
Beaches Resource Center meets Beach. Call 241-6222 or e-mail
at 7 p.m. the first Monday of rjrjax@attbi.com for informa-
every month in the Media tion.
Center at Fletcher High School,
The Oversight Committee con Veterans meet: The Men's
sists of parent and faculty repre- Auxiliary of Veterans of Foreign
sentatives from the 10 Beaches Wars Greater Beaches Post 3270,
public schools and at-large rep- 915. 8th Ave.: S., Jacksonville
resentatives from the Beaches Beach, meets at 7 p.m. the sec-
communities. Call the Beaches ond Wednesday of the month.
Resource Center at 270-8200 for Members of Post 3270 and the
information. Ladies Auxiliary meet at 9 a.m.
the second Saturday of the
Peripheral neuropathy: The month. Call 249-7366 for infor-
Jacksonville Peripheral mation.
Neuropathy Support Group
meets the second Saturday of Yoga class: A yoga class for
the month at 10 a.m. at the Parkinson's patients is held from
Glendale Community Church, noon to 1 p.m. Wednesday at
6411 Beach Blvd. Call 269-0984 the Neptune Beach Senior
for information. Activity Center on Forest
Avenue. The cost is $5 per class.
Reckless Readers: Reckless For information, call 244-9818.
Readers, a women's reading
group, meets the third Monday Zonta Club: The Zonta Club*
of the month at 7 p.m. at the of Jacksonville meets the third
Beaches Branch Library. Call Monday of each month at 6
Mary McKeaney at 247-7627 for p.m. at the Radisson Riverwalk
information. Hotel, 1515 Prudential Drive.

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ASSUME ORIGINAL Purchase agree-
ment. Summer House Cordo, east of 1 BEDROOM upstairs, no pets. $600/mo.
A1A. 2BR/2BA. $5500. (904)755-4041. Call 247-1935.
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house phase II, fireplace, on golf course. per 2BR/1BA w/eat-In kitchen. CH&A. Tile
$185K (904)534-4848. floor, LR, hall. Washer/dryer. $900/mo.'
PDnTE \VEnRA 2BR/2A .r Iak $900/dep. 993-8597.

VUlII- vLNlIn CtM b/1 A, i aLJI)Ki
view, beach access & furnished.
$245,000. 333-2809.
EAST OF A1A. Very Large 1BR/2BA, fully
furnished, washer/dryer included. 1 Block
to Beach. $245,000. Call Mark, 591-6976.
The Dilworth Realty Group of Vanguard
SAWGRASS BEACH Club Villa, rare find,
updated, $299,900. 962-6876.
Center. 2BR/2BA. Granite countertops,
stainless appliances, completely renovat-
ed, 1300sf. $525,000. 294-6094.

to fit your credit needs. (904)425-1703.
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In Neptune Beach. Two full baths, CH&A,
dishwasher, screened balcony overlooking
park. $775/mo.+ deposit. No pets. Call
ATLANTIC BEACH townhouse, 369
Aquatic Dr., 3BR/2BA, $950/mo.+ dep.
NEPTUNE BEACH, one block to ocean,
2BR/1BA, 1 year lease, NO pets, 800sf.,
includes W/D, $1000/mo. +$1000/sec.
dep. 918 A First Street, between Bay &
Pine. Call 246-8970 or 591-1218.

1BR w/study, large porch, washer/ dryer,
wood floors. 2224 Ocean Drive South
$900 993-2555.
PONTE VEDRA- 1BR/1BA condo in con-
venient area near Butled,'Club pool &
amenities $875/mo. All 'South Realty,

4BR/2BA, 24X70, large living room/ dining 2BR 1.5BA. lenced backyard, kit. equipt.,
room. You move! $10,000. 249-8117 after CH/A. 2112 Florida Blvd., Nep Bch.
3pm. $750/mo. 888,259-0783. Credit check.

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Condos, Atlantic Beach. Close to all major
access routes. Now accepting reserva-
tions. Call Mark, The Dilworth Realty
Group of Vanguard GMAC. 591-6976..

ATLANTIC BCH Mayport Townhouse
2BR/2BA, completely refurbished, ceramic
tile, ne) carpet, new paint, screened
porch, WDHU, no pets, no smoking, credit
check/ references required. $825/mo. +
.deposit. 247-5393.

2BR/1.5BA townhouse, ceramic tile floors,.
CH&A, WDHU, 1.5 blocks to Ocean. 1st,
last, deposit. 1yr. lease. $975/mo.
Donna Ross Real Estate, Inc. 246-4862.
OCEAN VIEW 2BR 1BA, Nap Bch. Up-
stairs w/ deck, W/D, CH/A, $1250/mo plus
sec. (813)545-4338.
OCEANFRONT. 3BR/2BA condo in S. Jax
Bch. Great views New kitchen, washer/
dryer & more! Club pool: $1950/mo. All
South Realty. 241-4141.
blacks to Bea.:r 2BR,'1 5BA $1200,imo
$1200/sec. No pets. 1709 North 2nd St.
Call 463-7020, 249-3967.
MOBILE HOMES $5iO0 K. I.iSS0. on pri-
vate I3s 1lear Maponrl Haial Stiai.n. ino
Sdogs, 333.5-9

ATLANTIC BEACH, 207 15th .St. block
from ocean 16R 1BA api porch and ga-
rage. 6.75 mr.: +b 00.jep No pets.
Ref's. req'd. Call 246-6194, 2-19-3636
LARGE IBR. rcilleni islcairon. 2 bloCKS
to Ocean .ry C leln IJ pel. i650.,mo
642-1214. 241.1219

NEPTUNE BEACH, 1 Block from Ocean.
Small 1BR/1BA, some utilities included,
$600'mo dep. Call artlr 3pm. 514.4229.
Owner Oroker '
'MARSH LANDING, 2BR/2BA. garage.-
kitchen appliances': & wasrer'dryer,
Sscreensd porch $1100'mu 249-8875
1 BR one block 10 Deach, large balcony
ceramic Ile Iioolrs. WODU, 3aiK.-in closely
1825 mo Ocean View, 160 ;lh A\veniue N.
99.3-2555 *ww*r Be.acrine.Aprmenrs _omr-
WOLF CREEKS, aled community lur.
niphe,., _2 .lr, _i.R_ IBA. g._r-gouc
clubhouse, fiir.nas centr. pcol I850,'mo.
Avai;l 1 l1 Call Ed1na 1904.-2217398,

FREE w/approved credit; Jax Beach, east
' of 3rd. Walk to Ocean. 2BR/1.5BA Town-
home. $1050/mo. Clean, new paint. 242-
Townhouse. $850/mo. 1 mile west of May-
port ferry. 733-5225, 241-RENT. .
NEW COZY 1BR, deck w/ocean view,
CH&A. Water, sewer, garbage included.
Credit check, No pets. $75Q/mo. 514-853 :
JAX BEACH. 2BR/1BA Apartment, near
Ocean. References, lease. 222 4th Ave.
South. $795/m6. 221-4134.

4-plex apl. 1 year lease, $600/mo+ depos-
it 91 Stanley Rd. (904)294-8054.
ATLANTIC BCH 3 blocks to ocoean. Lg
2BR 1 5BA $1000!mo. 631-8099
SHADY & Ouier, 1BR/ 1BA, close to
Base. Waler, electric, & pest control In-
cluded, $550/mo. Small pet OK; 247-
BRAND NEW 2BR/2 5BA Townhouse &
2BR/2BA Condo. Woltcreek. (Beach
Blvd.). All amenflies. $1100/mo. each.
Neptune Beacn Really nice. 2BR/1.5BA.
$1875/mo 246-3382.
ATLANTIC BCH, beauliul 2BR/ 2 5BA. 2
bjiocKs to Town Square/ 4 clocks to beach.
Frplc wasner/ dryer incl. $1125/mo
k904 742-6423

$ 975
$ 975.
$ 975

ATLANTIC BEACH. 2-story, 2BR/2.5BA+
loft. Selva Lakes. Beautiful lakeview.
Vaulted ceilings, plush carpeting, wallpa-
per throughout, fireplace, 2-car garage.
Washer/Dryer on 2nd floor for conven-
ience. Call 861-4636 and press 61190 for
more Information. $1400/mo.+ security.
ATLANTIC BEACH. Studio jusst eps to
ocean Convenient to shops, restaurants
$675/mo. All South Realty, 241-4141.
CH/A, WDHU. East of 1st St. $650-
$795/mo. 241-RENT.
YARDS. 1803 Challenger Court West.
2BR/2BA, vaulted ceilings, loft, private
courtyard tile, great shape Year lease.
No pets. $895/mo. 631-3583.
BEACHES. PALMS At March Landing.
3BR/2BA, all new, hardwood & tile. Up-
graded kitchen, fireplace, washer/dryer in-
cluded. $1350/mo.+ dep. Call. 759-3140
to view.

Available immediately 3BR/2BA home in
beautiful Fiddler's Marsh in Ponte Vedra.
Fully carpeted thru-out. Top school
district. Includes tennis & pool with short
run to beach. $1295/mo. plus deposit,
-references required. Call Days 403-9297
or 502-2840, Evenings 285-8325. .
TOWNHOUSE, 2BR/1.5BA, No pets or
smoking. CH&A, WDHU. 414 4th Street
North. $800/mo. 249-0370, 703-3626.
NEPTUNE BCH 2BR/1.5BA, Townhouse.
1250sf, washer/dryer, tile, barber carpet,
screened- porch, fenced yard, shed,
$900/mo. 504-2883.
JAX BCH, 116 13th Ave N., 2BR/1BA, up-
stairs, CH&A, $985/mo, +utiltls. Avail.
Feb. 472-3699.
2BR/2BA townhouse w/den. Energy effi-
cient, LR, DR & kit. Skylights, deck, CH/A,
WDHU, new carpet & tile, Cdrian counter-
tops. $1000/mo, $700/dep. No pets. 102
Poinsettia St., Atl Bch. 241-2624.
JAX BEACH. 1116 1st STREET South.
2BR/1BA, CH&A. wasneridryer. $895/mo.
1BR/1BA, 4 blocks to ocean, 41h SI. S.
$475/mo. (904)891.0606 or (352)478.
SUMMER HOUSE, many amenities, tire-
place, completely renovated, new applian-
ces, first floor. $995/mo. 349-3434
NEPTUNE BEACH, 1649 Landing.
3BR/2BA, completely updated. Beautiful
location, large, fenced yard, 2-car garage,
RV parking. $1600/mo.. deposil For ap-
pointment. 1-800-809-9083, leave msg

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107 Willow Pond PonteVedra 2/2
1702 Villa of NMarh Linding JaxBeach 3/2
403 Tournament Road Ponte Vedra/Fairfield 2/2
748 Marsh Cove Lane Ponte Vedra 3/2,+ loft
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126 La PasadaCir.N. Ponte Vedra 3/2.5
62 '10"'Place South Jax Beach 3/2
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63 Trion Cove Nonh Ponte \edrd/Sawgrass CC 3/2
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$1600/wk The Retreat Ponte yedra/Oceanfront 2/2 1600
$2000 318 Deer Run Sawgrass/Country Club 3/3 2200
$2000 Vista Del Mar Jax Beach/Oceanside 3/2: 1700
$2200 D10 Beach fouse Ponte Vedra Blvd. 3/2 .1500
$2300 104 Willow Pond Sawgrass/Country Club 3/2 1800
$2300 76 Players Club Villas Sawgrass/TPC .3/3 2300
$2400 17~ Ave. North Ja.\ Beach 3/1.5 1500
$2500 22 Carriage Lane w/poolSawgrass/Couritry Club 2/2 1800
$2500/wk The Aquillas Jax Beach/Oceanfront 3/3 2000
$2500/wk 728 Oceanfront Nept. Bch/Oceanfront 3/2.5 w/gamerm2600
$2700/wk 2824 Coastal Hv y Vilano Beach/Oceanlront 6/4' ,4000
$2900/mo 4160CroisuilHwy SPECIALRATI Vil3no Beach/Oceanfront 3/2 2000
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228 Ponte Vedr. Park Dr. Suite 500
Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32082

(904) 285-2882

3BR 2BA Executive home in gated com-
munity. Berber carpet, wood & stone Iloor-
ing, fireplace. Incl. tennis, pool, clubhouse,
lawn care & W/D. No smoking $2100/mo.
Available 2/1/06 (904)223-2933 or
NEAR OCEAN, 3BR/1BA. Lease, releren-
Sces required. 218 4th Ave. South.
$1100/mo (904)221-4134.
JAX BCH, 3/2, 1350st, LR/ DR/ Den, kil.
w/ tile floor, B'last bar, W/D conn, 2 car
gar., $1300/mo. TDO Management Serv-
ices 246-1125.
SOUTH JAX Beach. 3BR/1.5BA, 6 Blocks
to Ocean. $1300/mo. 710-5200.
NEPTUNE BCH large 2BR/2BA. 4 blocks
to beach;:washer dryer.* replace; pool,
haledwod;; CH&A, qsrel -neighborhood.
$1295/mo; + deposit. ;(904)610-7267.
564 Hopkins Street.
HAMPTON SOUTH. St. John's County.
Two new homes, 4BR/2BA on lake and
golf course, all appliances, washer/dryer,
blinds, granite counter tops. Community
amenities. 1165, 1141 Garrison Drive,
$1700/mo, Realty Executives 273-3939,
1BA ceramic tile throughout, great loca-
tion. 64 5th St. West. $900/mo. 465-2163.
BEACH AREA ICW. 3BR/2BA, fumished,
clean, 2-car garage. $1250/mo. 673-4570.
JAX BEACH 2800sf; 4BR/3.5BA. tile,
granne. 2-car garage. 496 Upper 81h Ave
o.. $1999/mo. Available February. Call
Windsor Park. 3BR/2BA, $1550/mo.
.993-4140, Lori.
ATLANTIC BEACH Townhouse, 2025
Seminole Rd. 2BR/2BA, 1/2 block to
Ocean. Loft office, cathedral ceiling, great
deck, garage, washer/dryer. $1450/mo.
813-2430, 246-5520.
IPONTE VEDRA- 3BR/2BA home on quiet
cul-de-sac in Dolphin covel Lg. lot, garage
& morel $1050/mo.. All South ealty,
PONTE VEDRA, Fairfield, 2200sf.,
3BR/2.5BA, gated, tennis, pool.
$1800/mo. (904)910-7036.
LARGE HOUSE. 3-4 Bedrooms, 30ft to
Ocean. Partially furnished, no dogs,
$2500/mo. water included. (904)249-341.9,
fenced yard, kitchen-equipped, screened
porch, fireplace, community club,
$1200/mo. No cats, no smokingg.
221-5833, (407)290-3222.
PVB, LATRIUM, waterfront, 2BR/2BA, ga-
rage, amenities include pool/ tennis.
S$1250/mo. includes lawn service.
285-9884. Available immediately.
JAX BEACH, 14 35TH Ave. So.,
3BR/1.5BA. Close to Beach. Clean, qui-
et. (904)803-6834, 424-5333.
WEST BEACHES, 3BR/2BA, 2car garage,
WDHU, eat-in-kitchen, 1500sf., large
fenced yard. $1300/mo. TDO Mgmt. Svc.
JAX BEACH. 3BR/1.5BA, 1316 Pinewood
Rd., WDHU, hardwood, floors, fenced.
$1200/mo.,396-7171, 655-5227.
home just 4 blocks from ocean Enclosed
porch, laundry & morel $995/mo. All South
Realty, 241-4141.
ATLANTIC BCH 1365 Seminole Rd.
3BR/2BA, $1300/mo + dep. Avail 1/15,
JAX BEACH: beautiful, 4BR/3.5BA/2-car
garage, granite, 2800sf, $1999/mo.
496 upper 8th Ave. So. Call 534-2120.
HODGES AREA 3BR/2BA, $1350/mo,
13031 Bentwater Dr. Includes security
system & lawn service. Realty Executives,
273-3939, 610-6460.
WDHU, 1000sf., large fenced yard, open
floor plan, $950/mo. TDO Management
Services. 246-1125.
63 FORRESTAL Circle South, A.B.
$1200/mo., 3BR/2BA, completely remod-
eled Beach cottage, close to Ocean.
Granite countertops, hardwood floors, new
carpet & paint, tile showers. Beautiful yard
in nice, quiet neighborhood. Debra,
JAX BEACH, 3BR/2BA, pets OK. Fenced
yard. $1490/mo. 237-7198, 607-9332.
houe, 3BR/3.5BA, 2450sf, double ga-
rage, pool, $2200/mo. 247-1270.
S2BR/2.5BA AVAILABLE at Selva Lakes in
Atl. Bh. Open kitchen, greatfor entertain-
" $1500/mo. Call 866-5000.
.NTIC BEACH. Nice 3BR/2BA. Appli-
WDHU, fenced yard. $1100/mo.
t~8no pets. West of Mayport Rd.

3BR/3BA, large office, Neptune Beach.
Large Oceanfront deck, newly renovated,
washer/dryer, C&/A. Private setting.
$2100/mo. 294-6094.
OCEANVIEW. 1BR/1BA. This won't last
WDHU, ceramic tile, walk-in closet, light,
bright. No smoking, no pets. Off-street
parking. 1820 North First St., Jax Beach.
$700/mo. iAccent Properties. Call Jan,
THE VILLAS. 2BR/2BA, garage, porch,
ground floor, pool, etc. $1050/mo.
3BR/2BA condo w/club pool, fireplace &
morel $1200/mo. All South Realty,
Sawgrass, efficiency, furnished, W/D.
Short term rental. 242-0411;
2BR/2BA TOWNHOME, completely reno-
vated at Mayport Landing. $725/mo. +dep.
PONTE VEDRA Bch: luxurious 2BR/2BA,
golf to lake view. Brand new with 5-star
amenities $1195/mo. Jax' Beach:
2BR/1BA bceanview $900. 233-4545.
washer/dryer, hot tub, fenced yard. Near
Town Center. $975/mo. (904)269-7550.
ATLANTIC BEACH, 1651 Coquina Place.
Private, 1BR, 1/2 block to Ocean. .Large
deck/yard, new carpettile floors. No
pets.- $750/mo. Credit check. No
washer/dryer. (904)803-3072.
,2212 S. 1ST St. Clean & quiet 1BR/1BA,
fully ,equipped kitchen, $800/mo.
(904)803-6834. I,
BLOCK TO beach 2BR/1BA; upstairs,
WDHU, new CH&A, new carpet, new
paint, 126 8th Ave. Souln. No pels
724-6335. .
JAX BEACH, 2BR/1BA, 2 Blocks to
OCEAN, CH&A, $825/mo. 407 South 2nd
Street. 616-2871.
165 Pine St. 2/1 5 TH, lenced, lawn serv-
ice ncl $1025/mo. Sec. aep $550 Brok-
er/owner 249-8766 call anyday.
JAX BEACH 2BR Apanment. near
Ocean CH&A, WDHU, no pets,
$795/mo.- $400/dep. 246-3130.
.2 BLOCKS OCEAN, 214 10th Ave. N.
Efficiency $550/mo. 2BR $700/mo. Credit
check, deposit, no pels (904)514-8530
NORTH JAX Beach. efficiency $485/mo.
tBR $585/mo., 1 block Irom ocean, pool
No pets 249-5368



JAX BEACH North. Clean 3BR/2BA,
2-car garage, fenced yard, carpet, ceramic
tile. Holly Drive. Quiet neighborhood.
$1300/mo.r deposit. 614-5278
in Villages ofPablol Comm. pool, tennis &
more! $1200/mo. All South Realty,
2-car garage, huge aen, huge lot. pool
$1200/mp 307-2241.
BEACHES 3 OR 5BR, walk to beach. la-
cuzzi, from $1495. 233-4545.
NEPTUNE BCH 3BR/2BA 2-car garage,
nice neighborhood. 2058 Rosewood Dr.
$1495/mo. 249-1826
home..Eenced backyard. Small pets OK.
$1150'mo Call465,7186. -
PONTE VEDRA- Solano: Cay, 3/2, deck
on pond Pets with approval. Avail Jan 1
$1400/mo. 285-4530
1800sf. $1395/mo. Call (904)382-1023.
Lovely, Ig 2/1 single family home with ga-
rage. Nice lot on cul-de-sac with privacy
fence. Close to beaches. $975/mo.
The Palms, 2/2 condo, approx. 1200sf,
beautiful, great amenities, avail now.

114 28th Ave. S., 3BR 2BA, 1 car garage.
Summerhouse 2/2 condo, gated comm.
lots of amennies. Avail. now. $995/mo.
4/2, 2 car gar., Ig yard, avail. 2/10/06,
*k :*-k
4/3 w/ bonus room, avail, now.
3/2, 2 car gar., immaculate- ready nowl
Lg 4/2, 2 car gar., comm. pool, near
schools, $1595/mo.
/2, 2 car gar. backs up to preserve,.
Executive home, brand new, 2600sf,
4/2.5, gated comm., $2200/mo.
3/2, 1500sf, brand new condo w/ 1 car
gar., avail, now, $1350/mo.
4/2 plus two 1/2 baths, 2800sf, avail.
1/15/06 price includes lawn service
Lg. 3/3 with bonus room, includes lawn
service, avail now.,$1700/mo.
Lawn Tennis Lane, nice, open 3/2, 2 car
gar. avail now. $1125/mo.
(2) Brand new 3/2 condo, 1100sf.
New construction- 3/2, 2 car garage.,
1558sf, $975/mo. avail. now. 11718 Deep
Springs Dr.
Brand new 5/2, 2300 plus sq.ft., avail.
now. $1375/mo.

Naw~4 Bedroom. Homes, starting at

Brand new 5/3, over 3100 sq.ft. avail.
now. $18Q0/mo. All properties approx. 30
min. from beaches/ Mayport base.
3/2, 2 car gar. less-than 2 yrs old, off Yel-
low Bluff Rd. (Dames Pt. area) Avail. now.
241-5501 OR 221-1711.
Contemporary 2BR/2.5BA+ Office. POOL
Fabulous, soaring, 2-story livingroom.
$1950/mo. 280-2805.
ICW. 3BR/2BA, 1700sf, 2-car garage,
fenced back yard. $1400/mo. 651-8114.
S. JAX BCH 3BR, SHORT walk to ocean,
convenient location, hot tub,' private lot.
$1475/mo. 568-8700.
FIREPLACE. 3BR/1.5BA, fenced yard, 4
Blocks to Ocean. $1250/mo. 662-2648.
2BR/1.5BA TOWNHOUSE, ceramic tile
floors, CH&A, laundry room, patio, fenced
yard, 1 yr. lease, no pets, $950 deposit,
$900/mo. 2104 Bay Rd. Neptune ch.,
993-1114 or 270-1284.
ATL BCH 3BR 2BA plus garage. $995/mo.
CH&A, fenced yard. Newly remodeled.
380sf storage barn. $200/mo. Call

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SF, now available
$1.600.00 unfurnished
$2,500.00 furmshed
Dolphin Cove Home
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S:Unfurnished Homes Sawgrass PV 3BR/2BA, home has two Unfurnished Condos
SPonte Vedra by the Sea- PV car garage, fireplace, recently updated. Smmnnerhouse PV
S5BR/3.5BA, fabulous home, 3 cari $1600/mo. Newly renovated, new carpet, baths,
, garage, fenced backyard, screened L'atrinm PV 3BR/2BA home w/jacuzzi, kitchen, tile and great ameties.
porch. $2950/mo. lake view, fireplace, comm.pool, garage.BR/BA,ground floor. $1175mo.
Sawgrass P.C. PV 3BR/2.5BA, $600/mo.The Colony PV 2BR/2BA, second%
home has screened in pool, den or Dolphin Blvd PV 3BR/2BA, home has floor, new carpet, garage, east ofAA.
Office, hardwood floors. $2500/mo. garage, fenced yard, new carpet, fresh $1050/mo.
114 18th Avenue N -JB 3BR/3.5BA, paint. $1400/mo. Villas at Marsh Landing JB
Snewer townhome, 1/2 block to bch, lunlet Beach PV 2BR/2BA, home on 2BR/2BA, ground floor, w/garage,
i balcony w/ocean view, garage. $2200/ lagoon, fresh paint, new tile & carpet, 2 screened porch and fireplace. $1050/1
r mo. car garage. $1400/mo. mo.
Marsh View SPV 4BR/4BA, end 36th Avenue S. JB 2BR/2BA, duplex Palms at Marsh Landing JB
unit w/elevator, 2800 SF, beach w/screened porch, garage, vaulted 3BR/2BA, 2nd floor, top end unit, I
Access, attached garage. $2200/mo. ceilings. $1400/mo. screen porch, fireplace. $1400/mo.
38 17th Street AB 3BR/2.5BA, Furnished Homes sd y Vla- 3BR/2BA,3rd
floor, vaulted ceilings, tile floors,
three story townhome, newly cean Orande SPV 3BR/3BA. Condo, upgrades thru-out. $1425/mo.
Renovated, 1/2 block to bch, garage, luxuriously furnished, screened porch, 922 I| Street S JB 2BR/2BA
$1895/mo. across from ocean. $3000/mo. ground floor, attached garage, porch,
SQuail Point PV 3BR/3BA. Home Intracoastal West newer building. $18007mo.
Shas screened porch, decks, wood Point Meadows Gate Pkwy 2BRBA,
floors, golf course views. $1750/mo. 4th floor condo, elevator, great condition, R/MAX COASTAL REAL ESTATE
SSolano Cay PV 3BR/2.5BA, Two screened porch. $950/mo. I Property Management
story home, new carpet, two car garage, Avanti Kernan 2BR/2BA, 2nd floor Shannon Smith 0
fresh paint, fireplace, screened porch. condo, all appliances, great amenities. (904) 285-5640
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ATLANTIC BCH 3BR/2BA, sparkling
clean, CH&A, ceramic tile, new carpet,
new paint, 2-car garage, WDHU, no pets,
no smoking, credit check/ references
required. $1250/mo + deposit 247-5393.

3BR/2BA w/large master, fireplace, hard-
wood floors, washer/ dryer, small pet ok
$1200/mo. 651-6748.

NEW 2BR/2BA condo in PVB, brand new
appliances, and loads of cabinets and
amenities in gated community. $1250/mo.
or $1400/mo w/garage. Call today at
PVB. 2BR/2BA, w/fireplace, new applilan-
caes, washer/dryer, many amenities.
$1085/mo. 472-0914.
NEAR ST. JOHNS Town Center. New
2BR/2BA: :$1150/mo. Lease-purchase
Option. 476-5280.
2-STORY Townhome, balcony, fireplace,
washer/dryer, dishwasher, CH&A, ceramic
tile, Barber, 2BR/2.5BA, $1395/mo.,
PVB, BELLEZA, 1BR 1BA, newly remod-
eled, new appliances, $890/mo, reduced
deposit. (904)318-7271.
OCEANFRONT- JAX Bch, 2/2, furnished,
beautiful views. 5th Floor. $1700/mo. imo.
minimum. 571-6678.
PONTE VEDRA 2BR/2BA condo, com-
pletely renovated, top floor w/golf course
view, long or short term lease, furnished
or unfurnished, near Sawgrass & Golf
course. Amenities included. Call
PVB FAIRFIELD- on Lake large 3/2
Townhouse. garage,. fireplace, gated.
Available 2/01/06, $1500/mo + deposit.
Beach. 1BR furnished. Long or short term.
$1100/mo. Will rent unfurnished with long
term lease. 403-1695.
NEP BCH, 2/2.5 Townhome, firepalce,
fenced yard, garage, wdhu, community
pool. $1250/mo, 571-5517.
JAX BEACH. Steps to Sand, on 1st St.
3BR/2BA, washer/dryer, large balcony.
1400sf. Great location. $1550/mo. +dep.
537-5071, 881-4730.

With 1 yr. lease and immediate move-inl'
Beaches, 2BR/2BA, master suites, like
new. gated community, lakefront, many
extras $1200'mo. 382-6145.
PONTE VEDRA 1 BR/1BA, 2-story. Gated,
amenities, resort atmosphere. $1050/mo.
2 TOWNHOMES; 2BR/2BA, loft, private
courtyard, small pets. $810/mo..
2BR/1.5BA, fireplace, no pets. $750/mo.
Pools, WDHU s, background check.
combo, WDHU, breakfast bar, fireplace,
$575/mo. TDO Management Services.

Walk to Hanna-Palk beaches and Town
Center. 2BR.2BA loh, private court yard,
community pool, all new inside, $895/mo.
247-7910 or 249-9399.
PVB, SAWGRASS. 3BR/2BA on water.
Fireplace, garage, pool. $1600/mo.
JAX BCH Condo 2BRj2BA. 2 Diocks to
ocean, new pain and tle, washer/ dryer,
$1500/mo. Call Jenny @ 1904i803-9338
'luxurious condo at Jax Beach Furnished
or unfurnished. $1750,mo Call 465-4101..,
3BR/2BA, GATED condo, JTB/ Hodges,
all amenilies. W'D, fireplace, garage.,
1f250/mo 382-7606.
Pv'B BELLEZA; 23BR,'2BA, lrst',jltae,
gaied community Newly remodeled:
, $ll00'mo (904i868-5876
,2BR/2BA CONDO, P.V., 1160Sf., beach
access, new' appliances. $1100/nio.-
2BR/2BA, $1050/mo. Beautiful. Fireplace,
,aulied ceilings, newly renovated. Many
amenrlies. Realty Execulives, 273-3939
PVB CONDO, 2BR, newly remodeled,
granite, hardwood floors, garage,
$1050/mo. Call 285-8115.,

DOUBLEWIDE 3BR/2BA. 2268 Mayport
Rd, a158 $800,mo Call Doug, 571-5083.
2 MOBILE homes in Mayport, lovely set-
ting. 1BR $550/mo., 2BR $700/mo.

Luxury furnished 1 & 2 Bedroom Suites
High Oualitr King Beds
Equipped Kilchens
2nd Street & 5th Ave. South
2BR/2BA CONDOS. Beautifully furnished.
Prime beaches locations. Short term or
yearly. 887-5005.
S. JAX Bch. 2BR, fully furnished, ocean-
front condo. Monthly/ Weekly. 241-0267.
'homes. Weekly/monthly. Visit us at:
jaxbeachrental.com or 535-3911 ,or
3BR HOUSE, walk to ocean, real nice.
$1500/mo. Call (904)993-3226.

4BR/4BA, weekly, monthly, yearly. Call
nished homes & condos From $500 per
week! All South Realty, 241-4141.
ATLANTIC BEACH Beauliluily lfurnisned
3BR'2BA 2-car garage Wplk ro Ocean
$1850/m6. 607-4401.

ROOM FOR RENT, Indian Springs, close
to beach. Full kitchen. $475/mo. includes
utilities. 221-4117.
SOUTHSIDE AREA. Roommate wanted.
3BR/1.5BA home. Fenced yard. $400/mo.
ROOMMATE TO Share 3BR/2BA house
in Atlantic Beach. $400/mo.+ 1/2 utilities.
Contact 249-4646.
2BR/1.5BA, 5 blocks to beach, W/D, ca-
ble, $400/mo.+ half utilities +$300/dep;

AUSTRALIAN BLUE Heeler Puppies, born
Nov. 19, 2005, $150. 249-9324 Iv msg.
LABRADOODLE PUPS. Males, beautiful
jet-black, wavy coats. Healthy, all shots,
6mos. Parents AKC. $650. 241-7842.
CHIHUAHUA PUPPIES for sale, $180.

LIVER SPOT Dalmation lost. Please call
FOUND ON Valley Forge Rd. N. in Nep-
tune Beach. Orange, White, neutered,
male Persian cat..Call 246-7120 to identi-
HOMELESS PETS for adoption- Cats &
dogs. 246-3600.

ing a new party plan company Spring
2006. Enrollment is limited to 3,000
charter consultants nationally. Get in at
the top as a charter consultant before na-
tional enrollment begins. Call toll free
written a book? Publish your book in
weeks and have available for sale world-
wide. 888-232-4444 ext. 1738 or
SUPPORT? We Collect child support.
Quick results, guaranteed low fees. No
collection, no charge. 15yrs experi-
ence. Licensed detective agency. Child
over 18? We can still collect. Free
consultation. (904)534-2542.
RUN YOUR ad statewide For only $450
you can place your 25 word classified ad
in over 150 newspapers throughout the
state reaching over 5 million readers. Call
Advertising Networks of Florida at
(866)742-1373. Visit us online at
www flor;da classifieds com Display ads
also available.

IF YOU are interested in advertising under
this category please call 904-249-9033.or
email: 'classified @ beachesleader.com

DIVORCE $275-$350. Covers children,
etc. Only one signature required! Excludes
govt fees' Call weekdays (800)462-2000
ext.600. (8am-7pm) Alia Divorce, LLC.
Established 1977.
ACCIDENT, INJURED? All personal in-
jury. Wrongful death. Auto, Motorcycle,
Truck, Premise' Produce, Animal bites,
Slip and fall, Pedestrian. A-A-A Attorney
Referral Service (800)733-5342- 24 hours.
. I "Of

MISSING PURSE. Lost on beach, near
pier. Please call 246-6683.

PRIVATE ART Lessons for kids in your
home with a .certified Art Teacher
B.A.E. Art Education). Call'Whitney @
904)514-1895 or e-mail
EARN DEGREE online from home. Medi-
cal, Business, Paralegal, Computers. Job
placement assistance. Computer & finan-
cial aid if qualify. (866)858-2121. www.on-


sonville's CDL School announces it's
grand opening Financing available. Call
or details (866)889-0210.
IF YOU are Interested in advertising under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or
email: classified@beachesleader.com
GUITAR LESSONS. Beginners to Inter-
mediate, 20yrs. experience. Beaches &
PVB area. Ask for Derek, 534-7752,

business. We will certify, but applicant
must have knowledge of cardio & muscu-
lar exercise. Great growth opportunity with
largest P.T. organization in the world.
285-3236. www.ftpontevedra.com
only. $15-$20+ per hour. Need reliable
car and clean driving record. 247-FOOD..

BUSY PV Salon has an opening for Salon
Assistant. 285-7776.
PRESS OPERATOR Needed for 2-color
RYOBI. Exerience required. 246-9162.

Works with Operations Coordinator and
assists with client services,'security and
maintenance supervision. Coordinates
with meal groups and' other volunteers.
Basic computer skills required. AA Degree
ad/or experience in social services. Expe-
rience with homeless clients preferred.
Part-Time, Mon.-Fri., 5 to 8 pm. Send re-
sumes to' Direct, 800 Shatter Ave., Jack-
sonville Beach, FL 32250 or FAX to 241-.
7340. Daytime phone number must be in-
cluded for call back to schedule Interview.

'HELP' WANTED classifications in this
Newspaper are intended to announce gen-
BJine'dcrrent job operilngs. No tees ma'v be
Vdhafb'Wto the prospective' Emiloyee A d;
'for self-employment or business opportu-
nities appear under the Business Opportu-
nities category. Ads which may require
payment of fees for employment informa-
tion, guidance or Iramn;ng may appear un-
der Job Service. Snould anyiHelp Wanted
advertiser ask for a fee or if the advertiser
is offering a product or service rather than.
a job opening, please notify The Beaches
Leader, 249-9033.

VAN DRIVER..No CDL required. Beaches
Academy, 1725 Penman Rd. 246-3885.
ATRIA SAN Pablo now accepting applica-
toris for Weekend. Receptionist. Saturday
&'.Sunday 9-5:30pm. Apply in person at
14199 Wm. Davis Pkwy., Jacksonville.
ing Servers, Beverage Cart Attendant,
and Dishwashers: Must be outgoing and
Dependable Phone 904-2-6-4827, email:
accounting@selvamarlna.com or apply
in person.
pos;lion available with Hardage-Giddens
Funeiai Home, Jacksonville Beach. You
must be a people person, detail oriented
with an ability to multi-task. Computer
skills are required. Fax resumes to 904-
249-2321 attention Robin Giddens Shep-
pard or via e-mail:
rgs@hardage-giddens.com. M/F/D//

Weekends only, 7pm-7am in our Health
Center at a premier Retirement Communi-
ty. Excellent work environment. Experi-
ence in geriatric care desired. Applications
available at Fleet, Landing,. One Fleet
Landing Blvd., Atlantic Beach, FL 32233;
Fax to (904)246-9447; email to:
jobs@fleetleanding.com EOE/ Drug-
Free Workplace..
BEACHES LAW firm seeks entry-level Re-
ceptionist/ File Clerk. Computer/ typing
skills required. Employee will work 32
hours per week, starting at $8/hr. Fax re-
sume to 247-9073 and call 247-9033 for
additional info. Excellent advancement op-

NOW HIRING drivers & helpers lor local
nmo-.ng cmp.ray DOr1.e0i music have lean
driving record, 'A" or 'B' CDL license.
DFWR 241-2921.
Joseph's Italian, 30 Ocean Blvd., Atlantic
WANTED FOR Up & Coming Day Spa &
Salon located in Jax. Beach. 'Experienced
Hairdressers & Nail Techs. Clientele pre-
ferred, but not.required. Be a part of a win-
ning team from the get go. Call Karen at
DRIVER- COVENANT Transport. Excel-
ieri pav & benef'itsffor experienredldrj-
erc Ot3-.'Ci oLosldalBs and-Grad=actSti-
dents. Bonuses available. Refrigerated
now available (888)MORE PAY (888-667-
3729' 3_ .
F/T ACCOUNTING ASST. For 27yr.,old
pool construction company. Multi-account-
ing function position inclusive of AR, AP,
GL, Collections and Job Costs. Human
REsource skills helplul. Musl have strong
Excel and organizaici.in skills 2-5yrs. ex-
perience required. Great benefits including
401(K). Fax resume to Surfside Pools at
904-249-8801 or. email to
AL'S PIZZA, All locations hiring for AM &
PM Cashiers, Servers & Delivery Drivers.
Please apply in person any locanon
GRAPHIC ARTIST needed lor fast-paced
Print company Produclion experience a
plus FF< resume io. 246-5201
SMALL DEALERSHIP looking for, parts
Person and outside sales for new territory
upcoming for new'year. Call for applica-
tion. (800)556-7577.
F/T OPENING for Tire and Oil Tech. M-F.
.Call Bob 241-5311.
Health Aides needed, FT/PT. Call Carol
BUSY PV Salon has an opening for a mo-
tivated, 'professional Nail Technician. Pink
and white and acrylic/gel. 285-7776.
ADMIN POSITIONS: Receptionist Bilin-
Sguai. Engiish' Poriuguese. FIT or P/T.
Clerical/ Purchasing AP, time cards,
QLickBooks or Peachtree, PfT,
rsheffler@jandjimportsandfab.com. or fax
;826-0644. ,
EDITORIAL PAGE Designer who can
work under deadline pressure for. The
Beaches Leader & Ponte Vedra Leader
Must have experience in Quark, Page-
maker, Dreamweaver and Illustrator. Send
resume to Kathleen Bailey, The Beaches
Leader, 1114 Beach Blvd., Jacksonville
Beach;,Fl. 32250.
Needed for new construction..Call
614-4188, leave message.'
and Beaches. Work in teams of three.
Must have own transportation. Approx.
$175 per wk to start. M-F no nights or
weekends. Home Cleaning Centers of
America. (904)642-8885.
CARPENTERS & Helpers, experienced
with exterior trim & siding preferred. Cut-
man, experience a plus. Must be reliable
and have transportation. Call 608-9268.
GROWING EMPLOYEE benefits firm lo-
cated in PV Beach, looking for experi-
enced employee benefits specialist. Must
have Insurance License, at least 2yrs. col-
lege, computer, customer service and or-
ganizational skills. Starting salary $30K+
Depending on prior workexperence. Ex-
cellent benefits package. Please fax re-
sume to (904)280-1602.
FIRST CHOICE Home Improvements.
Needs skilled carpenters & tree climbers.

NEPTUNE BCH peaceful, quiet, clean,
$600/mo + half utilities, 1-904-753-6113.

THREE SISTERS Toys is accepting appli-
cations for packing/ shipping website or-
ders. Responsibilities include customer
contact & order fulfillment. Flexible sched-
ule, 5-10 hours/week. To apply, please
call (904)223-3582.
ANIMAL LOVER to demonstrate premium
pet food on weekends. Must be sales driv-
en, neat, & have reliable transportation.
4hrs. per day, $11/hr.. Areas: St. Johns
Town Center, The Avenues & Regency.
Call 800-939-7387 x330.
DOCTOR'S OFFICE 10-15 hours per
week, $9 per hour 246-9955.
THREE SISTERS Toys is accepting appli-
cations for packing/ shipping website or-
ders. Responsibilities include customer
contact & order fulfillment. Flexible sched-
ule, 5-10 hours/week. To apply, please
call (904)223-3582.
MODELS WANTED for high quality fe-
male fashion photography. Good pay per
session. Experience not required.
NOW HIRING part time, experienced re-
ceptionist for busy salon. Apply in person
2409 S. Third St., Jax Bch. 241-4247.
ELIZABETH'S TEA Room. Now Open. All
Positions. Monday-Saturday, 10am-3pm.

P/T. Computer-based 'academic facility.
Mayport. Assist w/Math & Eng; marketing;
some admin.-Req.: U.S. accred. B.A/B.S.;
teaching/training exp., pref. w/adults; com-
puter skills; flexibility. Benefits. Email re-
sumes to mscales@plato.com .by
01/13/05. Info: 904-542-3676. EOE.
P/T. Fax resume to (904)285-7442.
CERTIFEID PERSONAL trainer needed.
Private personal training studio hiring part
time positions AM or PM for CPT with cur-
rent certification & liability insurance. Sal-
ary comm. w/,exp. Call 210-7242 or e-mail
resume to: thctraining@aol.com

da Driver's License. Experience helpful
but will train. Good salary & benefits. Ap-
ply at Surfside Pools, 313 Beach Blvd.,
246-2666 or fax resume to: 249-8801,
covering & remodeling company. Beaches
area Musl ne dependable, organized, PC
proficient,, some bookkeeping. Abiltiy to
multi-task. Fax resume to: 247-9036.

Be a member of a' great team. Join our
Recreational Department at a premier re-
tirement community.. Fun work environ-
ment. Class C CDL Passenger Endorse-
ment License required. Must be able to
set-up and break-down for special events.
Applications available at Fleet Landing
Security Gate. One Fleel Landing Blvd.,
Atlantic Beach, FL. 32233: Fax to 904-
246-9447; email to
jobs@fleetlanding.com. EOE/Drug-Fiee
SALES POSITION. Some sales exper-
ence necessary Please call 249-9300.

CHILD CARE Teachers with .CDA, top.
pay, starting at $9.50/hr. & up also Teach-
er's Assistants needed. 220-3993.

Join our team. Our company has openings
for our service department. Competitive
salary. You must possess a good driving
record. Will train. Company vehicle of-
fered. Paid vacation and holidays. Come
grow with us. Apply at 159 '19th St. N., Jax
Beach., FL or fax resume: (904)242-9010.

CYPRESS TRUCK Lines, Inc. Driver De-
signed Dispatch. FLA only/Flat Bed stu-
aenis welcome. Home every weekend
IClosl -ih't'-(60o)5'-lS35'1 wiw.cbypres-
1truck.com.*.'ya6tno- -siE',
POOL CLEANER w/valid Florida:Driver's
License. Experience helpful but will train.
Good salary .& benefits. Apply: Surfside
Pools, 313 Beach Blvd., 246-2666, or fax
resume: 249-8801, e-mail: surfsidepools

HELPER FOR hardwood floor installer.
Musl have own Iransponation. 223-3295
LAWN CARE Technician. Growing roule
w/established company Excellent pay and
Benelits No experience needed. Good
driving record. DFWP. Call 241-7874

Lawn service seeks individual to perform
dependable quality work. Excellent pay &
overtime available Crew Leaders wanted.
Perschel Brolhers Services, Inc. 246-

trades". Please call 249-9300.
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SWIMMING POOL Construction. To
pay & benefits. Palace Pools. 998-1811,
11655Central Pkwy #313, Jax, FL
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EXECUTIVE ASST.- Beaches financial
practice needs an admin pro to join our
congenial, professional team. Use your
communication, client service and organi-
zational skills to help us serve our wonder-
ful clients. Requires 2+ years exp., strong
Microsoft Office skills, superb attn. to de-
tail and real follow- through ability. Insur-
ance background a plual Email your re-
sume and salary history to
NEBBAB@aol.com. EOE.
UPSCALE SALON in Ponte Vedra seek-
ing Stylist. Call 994-7408 or 887-7252
COOKS, PREP Cooks, Food & Bever-
age Supervisor. Immediate Openings.
CARPET CLEANER helper needed. 30-40
plus hours, some weekends, no experi-
ence required, transportation a plus not
required 221-9550.

DO you want to join a winning team. Don't
get left out. Our driver's make $500-$700
per week. Call 249-5151 ask for Brian or
493-5250 ask for Tim Collins.
DRIVER- NOW hiring qualified drivers for
Central Florida local and national OTR po-
sitions. Food grade tanker, no hazmat, no
pumps, great benefits; competitive pay
and new equipment. Need 2 years experi-
ence. Call Bynum Transport for your op-
portunity today; (800)741-7950.
modeling Ocean Edge Condos, Jax
Beach. 693-3130. '
GROWING BEACHES company looking
for dependable people to become part of
our team. We offer top pay to our lawn
service engineers for quality &. consis-
tent work. Drug free environment.
CAGE CASHIER Position. Some experi-
ence necessary. Please call 249-9300.
FAST GROWING Jacksonville Beach gift-
ware company seeks FT Customer Serv-
ice Rep. Minimum 2 years CS and Data
entry experience. Detail oriented and ex-
cellent communication skills. MS Office
exp. required. Forward resume to 904-
24,1-4006 or aderosier@naturallife.net.

CAREGIVER NEEDED,. free room and
board in exchange for help with elderly
mother. Must have valid Florida Driver's
License. 716-0898.
Growing company needs organized, cus-
tomer focused executive assistant w/abili-
ty to multi-task. Must test at 60wpm and
have excellent verbal and written commu-
nication skills. Proficiency in Word'and Ex-
cel is a must. Competitive salary and great
benefit package, M F. Email resume to
barryg@desertmicro.net or fax to.


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We are currently accepting applications for energetic, custom(
service oriented team members for the following positions:
Retail Associate P/T

Security Officer F/T

SDiningroom Attendant F/T

Telephone Operator F/T

Relief Night Audit/Overnight Guest Services F/T

Great opportunity to work in an oceanfront resort with
terrific earning potential. We offer an excellent benefits package
including medical/dental, life insurance, sick and vacation days
and discounts at our retail outlets, golf course and spa.

LABORERS, HELPERS, Skilled personnel
(all types). Call 249-8147, or apply: 203
South 3rd Street, Jax Beach. Good pay &

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Join our team If you can excel at inside
sales & desire a fast-paced work environ-
ment, we may have an excellent
opportunity for you. You will join a Nation-
a company & work in Ponte Vedra Beach.
Ideal candidate will have 1+ years experi-
ence inside sales, customer service, or
telemarketing, & excellent communication
skills. Ability to handle business accounts.
Base pay plus commissions. $25k plus.
FT, no evenings or weekends. Fax re-
sume: (904)285-0010 or email:

Full-Time with great benefits and work en-
vironment. Experience preferred.. Applica-
tions available at Fleet Landing Security
Gate, One Fleet Landing Blvd., Atlantic
Beach, FL.; Fax to 904-246-9447; email to
obs@fleetlandlng.com. EOE/ Drug-free
Childtime Learning Centers seeks teach-
ing staff for their Ponte Vedra center. CDA
required, flex schedule and six month's
experience in licensed child care center
preferred. Also, seeking a Cook w/previ-
ous food preparation in a public institution
or restaurant, willing to train. We offer
a competitive salary and benefits package
including medical/dental, 401k, child care
discounts and tuition reimbursement. For
consideration call (904)273-6960; fax
resumes: (904)280-5742, or e-mail
0319@childtime.com. EOE M/F/DN.
IntenseROI, a 12 year old Marketing and
Advertising Company in Ponte Vedra is
looking to grow our sales team and look-,
ing for long term key players. We offer
Competitive Base, Generous commission
structure, Inside sales with 0 cold calling,
B2B, Paid Training and Medical. For a
confidential interview, please email your
resume to hr@intenseroi.com or call Liz
at 904-543-1919 x212. Must have 2yr
degree or equivalent sales experience.
Serious inquiries only please as this is an
excellent opportunity w/a growing compa-
ny, positions arelimited.
FULLTime, 3pm-l,1pm in Health Center.
Excellent benefits and working environ-
ment at premiere Retirement Community..
Applications available at. Fleet Landing
Security Gate, One Fleet Landing Blvd.,
Atlantic Beach, FL; Fax to (904)246-9447;
email to: jobs@fleetlanding.com EOE/
Drug-Free Workplace.
BEACHES CAR Wash- full time help
needed, Wages negotiable+ tips. Benefits
Avail. Apply in person, 1401 Beach Blvd.
FRONT DESK Receptionist in holistic, in-
ternal' medical office needed. Full/Part-
time secretarial, clerlca., and support of
M.D. -a unique -enrng Experience re-
quired in answering phones, computer
skills, and communications and public re-
lations skills required. Must be enthusias-
tic, dependable, consistent, and an excel-
lent 'match. Fax resume with refs. -no
phone calls please. Persephone Healing
Arts Center, 904-246-3778.
CASHIER/HOST Hosless lor fast-paced
Breakfasl & Lunch ResB.iurarr. Monday-
Friday Apply in person. Plavers Cafe, 262
Solana Rd. PVB. Call Don or Chris for ap-
poinimenl, 273-5595
ELEVEN SOUTH Bislrh:. nee- FT Sou.
Chef & Bartenders. Come in person Mon-
Fri, 3-5pm, 216 11th Ave. S.
Baker's Helper, to work Tuedai'-Fridy.
plus some Mondays. 8:30am-4pm. $7/hr
to start. Call 241-4100, ask for Bob.
AUTO DETAILER, Detailing Manager
needed. Driver's license, transportation
required. Will train. Experience aplus. Up
to $700/wk. 716-4413.
ADMIN.:ASSISTANT- Cheerful, professio-
nal appearing person for office in Jax Bch.
Full or parinme Some weekrzii .rej -
cured $9'rr. Far resume 0o 241.41 14
learn the trade. No exp. necc. Must have
drivers license & good drivers record. 568-

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ENERGETIC FRONT Office person need-
ed for busy printing company. Beaches
area, 246-9162
tendent for established company. Drug
free work place, benefits. 241-2721.
Line Cooks & Kitchen Prep/ utility. Good
money, casual atmosphere, very busy,
great people to work with. FT/PT.

LEGAL SECRETARY for Jax Beach per-
.sonal Injury law firm. Entry level position
with 60 wpm typing skills. Non-smoker
only. Send resume to: Office Mgr by mail
to 2029 N Third St, Jax Bch, FL 32250, by
fax to 247-5433, or by email to
gayle @ andersonandhowell.com.
F/T HOUSEKEEPER. Energetic, self-moti-
vated Individual needed. Apply in person,
Ashford Court Assisted Living, 1700 The
Greens Way, Jax Bch, must enjoy working
with the elderly. DFWP/EOE.
WAFFLE HOUSE Now hiring. All shifts, all
positions @ Mayport & Beach Blvd. loca-
tions. Call 242-8840 or 537-6530; or apply
chine operator. Exp. preferred. 536-8693.
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opportunities for advancement and
a caring management staff.
Please apply in person Tuesday- Friday. 9 a.m.- 4 p.m. or by appt.
1000 PGA TOUR Boulevard; Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32082
Website: www.sawgrassmarriott.com
Job Hotline: (904) 280-7070

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premier luxury resorts in the world by joining the elite staff at
Ponte Vedra Inn & Club. Our exceptional work environment is
one of the most sought after for career satisfaction.
We have the following full & part-time positions available:
Bell Stand/Front Desk
Dishwashers/Utility Workers
Fitness Attendants
Grounds Laborers
Realty Weekend Receptionist
We offer an excellent benefits package including medical/dental, life
insurance, sick and vacation days, and discounts at our retail outlets, golf
course and spa. For immediate consideration apply in person to
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200 Ponte Vedra Blvd.
Ponte Vedra Beach, FL. 32082
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Oceanfront Excellence

WILL PROVIDE day care in your home.
Experienced, nurturing, and dependable.
Beaches area, 568-2187.
ACTIVE NANNY honest, dependable,
transportation & references. $9-$11/hr.,
any area. CPR & First Aid. F/T & P/T.
Experienced Nanny who loves children,
will work FT/PT call MISS TONI,
521-0567, 247-2304.
WANTED: A person w/10 plus years ex-
perience with children to work in our North
Ponte Vedra home near the Beach w/ac-
tive 10 yr old special needs child. Week-
days 12-8pm. Responsibilities include su-
pervision, preparation and administration
of special diet & supplements and willing-
ness to learn educational and communica-
tion techniques. Weekend hours also
available. Please call 294-0209 or email
WILL PROVIDE loving, fun, positive en-
viroment for your child. Beach area,
CHILDCARE. HRS licensed. Retired Pre-
school Teacher, 30 yrs. experience, pro-
vides a safe, secure, loving, nurturing en-
vironment. Very personal and very profes-
sional. My home, off Atlantic and Hodges
Blvd., in The Woods Subdivision.

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this category please call 904-249-9033 or
email: classified@beachesleader.com
WILL PROVIDE quality, live-in or hourly
caregiver for your loved one. Call 631-
experience. Please call Liz, 641-3785.

AT&T PARTNER phone'system. 5 phones
installed for $899. 249-8877.
OVEN & microwave in cabinet model,
Whirlpool, like new, originally $1500, ask-
ing $300. 9904)249-3419.
BUILDINGS DIRECT 25 years. Order
now for spring delivery,. and save E'ten-
s1e range siezes and models Buill 10
lasi Priced i1 ell Pioneer 80oii68-5-122
METAL ROOFIr.JG. Sa.'e $ Buy orI,:c
rorm manruacilurer 20 co lr'. s ,n i ocrk Wi
all acc:essores Ouicd. lurn around Deliv-
ery available Toll iree 1i881393-0335
27 SON'I' Triniron TV Rerrmoal & 0olel
$100 OBO 220-7557
made ill nold a :a 5 Ti V i:, r ,: 1 51.jrage
ic.r movies prnci.? albums sereo.:, iknck.
knacks and more. $1400. 247-4966.
Latest styles and colors. Quality installa-
tion. Reasonable prices. Free estimates.
Buddy 249-1860. '

featuring Artwork by Jeanette Phillips,
Wednesday, 1/11/06

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this category please call 904-249-9033 or
e-mail: classified@beachesleader.com
WANTED USED plastic dog crates w/
metal doors- medium to XX-large, good
condition only. 241-3293.

327 10TH AVE. NORTH, 241-5666.

SATURDAY, 8AM-2PM, Surfboard, wet-
suit; household misc. No clothes. 2029
Shadow Lane. W on Seagate off Penman/
right at stop sign onto Shadow Lane.

WILL PLAN & Supervise your estate sale
or moving sale, references, experience.
Call Margaret. (904)242-0563.
jewelry, silver & linens. Friday, Saturday,
1/13, 1/14. 8am-3pm. 2701 Richards Rd.
Orange Park. 502-0986. Photos at charl-

40FT BOAT slip available at old Old San
Pablo Creek Marina, $700/mo. includes
electric. For more details. 398-9080 ext.
40FT BOAT slip available at old Old San
Pablo Creek Marina, $700/mo. includes
electric. For more details. 398-9080 ext.
1987 CHAPARRAL 19ft., V8 Mercruiser
engine: 247hp. $2500 Call 904-237-1790.

Ramps. All sizes Please call for details.
Robby & Greg, 962-5466.

LUMBER, 2X4'S, siding, plywood, step- SEWING MACHINE Repairs. Complete
ping stones. New exterior door w/casing. tune-up. All makes, all models, $49.50.
70. Call Steve 994-6548. 2-2112.

January 14th & 15th, at the Morocco
Shrine, 3800 St. Johns Bluff Road (9A),
Jacksonville. North Florida Arms Collec-
tors. Info: (904)461-0273.
WASHER & DRYER. $175/pair. 18c.f.
frost-free Refrigerator. $145. All in good
condition. Can deliver. 945-0226.
9PC. LIVING Room, oversized, light
brown, includes couch, loveseat, chaise
w/ottoman, tables, lamps. Very good con-
dition..$500 OBO. 476-5071.
MAPLE KITCHEN Dinette, has 2 leaf ex-
tensions, 4/chairs. Excellent condition.
$275. 273-8293.
FUN SHAPE.YATER Surf Board 8'6", like
new, pink & blue $500. (904) 803-6834.
DININGROOM TABLE w/ 6 chairs, china
cabinet, white washed oak, $500. Living-
room set- sofa, loveseat, 2 end tables, 2
Ipams,poffae, tabJe. ,$300 Dining table,
eight. oak, round $40. .2-11 5002 or 241-
8228 after 5:30pm.
L-SHAPED SOFABED. w/ mattress &
Loveseat w/connector. $150 OBO.
CLEAN, QUALITY Queen-size bed WITH
FRAME. $100. Can deliver. 246-1832.
HAVERTY'S GREEN 3 pc 'LR set.$800,
Broyhill 5pc. kitchen set $700, Broyhill
white 6/dresse'r $125, Sec desk.w/chair
$100, White TV stand $50, Antique
5/dresser $60, Fold-up treadmill $200.
Call 642-8460.

KENMORE DRYER 80 series. In working
condition. $70 Local delivery for addition-
S al $10. Call 5i8-3J06. .
SOLID MAPLE dining table, 42"x74";
.opens to 92" with 2 leaves. Great condi-
tion. $300. 992-1214.
ALL STEEL Bldgs. Up to 50% offl Engi-
neered for hurricane coast. Ship factory
direct for .quick delivery. 24x30 up to
100x200. Call now. (800)499-6401 Eddie.

Beat the rush
Order now for'Spring delivery
24x30 to 150x300
Can erect or drop off.
SIX DINING Room Chairs, custom de-
signed (2 w/arms). 1995 Chrysler Con-
cord, red. 992-8366, 534-3732.
LANE SECTIONAL Sofa w/chaise and re-
cliner, brown $1150; Antique Oak 3 panel
screen w/leather hinges $160. 992-1814
leave message.
42" SONY HD Projection TV w/stand.
3yrs. old $750. 285-7719..

too small. Professional & Courteous.
Licensed & Bonded. Call 755-4619.
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CLEAN TO SHINE. Our company commit-
ment is 100%. Customer Satisfaction'at
Affordable Prices. We'clean homes, apart-
ments, offices, new construction and res-
taurants. Lawn mowing also available.
For' a free estimate call' 514-7009 or
(904)317-7840 We will beat any company
(Move-in/ Out), office, restaurants. Li-
censed & insured. Good' references
(Beach Hut). Call for free estimate.
WILL GLEAN Your Home $20.'nr no sup.
plies provided Please call Jeannie 631-
1392 & put me to work!
ACCEPTIIG NEW Clients in Beaches
area 113 years experience Relerences
Also, meal preparation.; 241 .8442.
References. Please call 642-2430, leave

WOOD Fence Specialist. Install, replace.
35yrs Experience. References. Mick Out-
door Enterprises. 241-7276, 838-9599.

OAK FIREWOODi Beach Boys, Penman
Rd. 759-1612. Free delivery, plus 5 free
Lotto tickets.
load. Free Delivery. 993-8348 or

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this category please call 904-249-9033 or
email: classified @beachesleader.com
LEARN HOW to use your computer like
the pros, with'us, the Computer Tutors!
Also offering website design. Call
WEB. DESIGN.$199 Special! Master
Minds. 273-2985.
applications, house calls, training, repairs,
upgrades, websites, graphics Free phone
tech. 904-249-3034 or email:

1959 CUSHMAN Eagle, Blue, 8HP, cast MaLUA MlA-, Scyl., golo, gray coitn
iron engine. Great cond. $5295 (904)891- interior, tape player 1,100. 249-0131
8225. evening, 704-6805 day.

PARTS FOR 1995 FLHT due to conver-
sion to trike. Several parts call for info.
2003 HONDA Shadow VLX 600. New
tires, windshield. Great for new rider!
$4200. 655-3491.

2000 WINDSPORT Motor home, 30ft, rear
bedroom, side bath, A/C, generator, awn-
ing, tow bar, braking system, extended
warranty. 8,866 mi., $35,000. (904)891-
2004 23' Keystone Cabana Lite Travel
Trailer. Loaded, like new, $14,500,

2001 CHEVY Silverado, white, 4-Door.
Loaded 51k miles, $16,700.

1992 HONDA Civic LX, 1.5 liter, automatic
trans.,' 90,000 miles. $2300.
1986 CHRYSLER LeBaron Convertible.
Classic! 120K. New A/C, brakes. Good
condition. $1950 OBO. 904-246-8688.

ALL ORIGINAL. Oval window, sliding rag-
top with semiphores: 36HP motor. ALL
PARTS,just needs to be completed..
607-6337, leave message:
2000 SATURN SC2, 3 door coupe, blue,
auto trans, 48,150 mi. Great condition!
$5995. 742-2354.
1977 MERCEDES, 450SL, 68k actual, 2
tops, mint condition.. $12,000 OBO.

1998 ACURA CL. Teal, tan leather interi-
or. $6500. OBO. 241-7721.
1989 PONTIAC Firebird, Trans Am. Runs
good, best offer, 247-2618.
2000 Sebring Convertible, dark green w/
tan leather interior. 47,000mi. $8,200.
OBO. 241-9882.
2000 VOLKSWAGON Beetle GLS Turbo
Diesel, 5spd, CD, 39,800mi., sunroof,
leather. $11,700. 641-0058.
Sparkling new red paint with 17" rims
looks great on this 1993, 4-door Honda
Civic. Manual, new clutch, very well main-
,tained, 200,000 miles. Economical, good
looking transportation. $2300. 249-3143,
1992 BUICK Regal. 1-owner, excellent
condition. $1099. Good around-town car.
1996 CUTLESS Supreme great condition.
1951 GMC 4103 Coach. Mechanically
sound: Needs work-$5,000. 821-0956.
1994 CHEVY Cavalier, runs good, $995.


Dependable Ouality Service. Reasonable
raie-. 821-073
Lower, off-season prices. Free estimates.
One-time clean-ups. Mulch, pine straw,
sod. Mow, edge, trim. Shrubs, tree prun-
ing, hauling. Detailed landscaping, lawn
maintenance. 207-4037. Insured.

DAVID'S POOL Service. Weekly cleaning.
Most residential pools $25/week+ chemi-
cals. Licensed, Insured. Pool clean-ups
our specialty. We make your life a little
easier. 285-0240.

6". 30yrs experience. All work done by
owner. Free estimates. Licensed, insured.
695-1 0(5..

PALM TREES, Hedges Trimmed, Yard IF YOU are interested in advertising under
Clean-ups, Mulching, Sodding, whatever it this category please call 904-249-9033 or
takes, etc. Dave 249-4724. email: classified@beachesleader.com

COMPLETE DOCKS 'and bulkheads,
wood or vinyl, concrete also available.
Please call George at 904-226-8700 or
Trippat 904-545-9979. ,CGC058241.

ARTISAN MASONRY. All types. Free esti-
mates. Licensed, insured. (904)553-4663.

Safe roof cleaning. Deck & fence
restoration. Pressure waShing. Licensed &
Insured. Call Kevin, 994-0045.
PRESSURE WASHERS for rent or sale.
Tucker Equipmeni Renial 246-1330
Hot/Cold Water Pressure Cleaning. Mold,
mildew specialist. Roofs, sidewalks, drive-
ways, 'decks. Residential/Commercial.
Licensed/Insured. Free Estimates:

FAST INTERIOR painting, drywall, tex-
ture. Specialize in smaller jobs. Will work
evenings & weekends. Licensed, insured,
references. 403-7389.
PAINT IT RIGHTI Interior, exterior. Free
estimates. Call Mike Williams, 285-2651.
25yrs. experience.

NEW, CONSTRUCTION, remodeling and
repaint. Residential and commercial. Men-
tion this ad. 246-1529.
free estimates, work guaranteed, licensed.
Washing Co. 15 yrs, experience, special-
izing in pressure washing & painting
beach homes. 221-4117.

-Repairs, specializing in termite damage.

State Certified Contractor (Hands-on).
New construction/additions, remodeling,
home inspection repairs, termite damage,
Bob, 246-0289, 626-1165.
ARTiSArI HOME Improvement. All types.
Fie il~n e.ai Licensed, insured.

SMALL HOME Repairs/projects. Special-
izinrg in low voltage wiring, 30yrs. experi-
ence. Steve, 994-6548.
C&J HANDYMAN Services. Carpentry,
Drywall, Painting, Paperhanging, Tiling,
etc. Licensed, Insured. 955-0593,
HANDYMAN. NO Job too small.:Free Esti-
mates. References. Kelly, 449-6918.

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this category please call 904-249-9033 or
email: classified @beachesleader.com

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this category please call 904-249-9033 or
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QUALITY WORK. Install, removal, &
painting. Residential, Commercial. 25yrs.
Experience. References+ FREE ESTI-
MATES. Steve, 645-0381.


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BABY GRAND Piano. Black finish. $3000.




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