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 Section A: Main: Calendar
 Section A: Main: Obituaries
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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: Essay Contest Winners
        page A 5
    Section A: Main: Calendar
        page A 6
    Section A: Main: Obituaries
        page A 7
    Section A: Main: Beach Living
        page A 8
        page A 9
    Section A: Main: Beach Living: Miss Fletcher
        page A 10
    Section B: Sports
        page B 1
        page B 2
        page B 3
    Section B: Sports: Classifieds
        page B 4
        page B 5
        page B 6
        page B 7
    Section B: Sports continued
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1 MARCH 15,2006

Miss Fletcher
2006 crowned

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Senators mount

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Vol. 43, No. 76


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

The Beaches Leader
Ponte Vedra Leader

Newspapers in Educatio

Newspaper in
Education essay
contest winners,
See A-5

AB to spend

grant money

outside city

The city of Atlantic Beach is
using $50,000 of its Community
Development Block Grant
(CDBG) this year to help a
Habitat for Humanity affordable
housing project outside the city
City Manager Jim Hanson at
Monday's City Commission
meeting,said the money will go
toward the city installing water
and sewer utilities for the project
located along Dutton Island
Road. .Athough that area is
located .just outside the city's
boundaries in Jacksonville, the
city provides water and sewer to
the residents in the area. It also
has an Atlantic Beach postal
Hanson said that city expects
to have a balance of $80,000
from CDBG funds after other
projects in the city are complet-
He said the city had intended
for the money to go toward city-
mandated septic tank to city
sewer conversions for low
income residents. But, he said,
there were not many takers of
the city's offer to fund 100 per-
cent of the conversion costs -
upwards of $3.000.
He said many of the people
are choosing to wait until the
2011 deadline to convert.
"The bottom line' is we just
don't have that many people
willing to convert," Hanson
said. "We expect to have
$80,000 in [CDBG funds]. And it
needs to be spent. This appears
to us to be the best way we can
spend it this year and contribute
to affordable housing."
Beaches Habitat for Humanity
Director Ralph Marcello said
that 10 to 12 low-income
dwelling units are planned.

JB cops to

use video


Highly advanced security cameras will soon be installed
to keep a closer eye on high crime areas in Jacksonville
City Manager George Forbes Thursday said surveillance
cameras with high resolution visibility will be mounted in
spots such as the pier parking lot, oceanfront park, por-
tions of the seawalk and other locations that attract a
large volumes of traffic.
"The pier lot is always a hot spot," he said. "We know
we can control that lot, we are half way home in
patrolling the downtown area."
The idea was broached about two years ago as the
downtown business district became more of a destination
point, drawing thousands of visitors to the area every year
in addition to the city's rapidly growing population.
Jacksonville Beach police Sgt. Tom Bingham said
Tuesday that the project will be funded using approxi-
mately $100,000 in county grant monies.
"The bottom line is a series of cameras will be mounted
throughout the city in public areas with high volumes of
people," Forbes said. "We are working on it right now."
Locations were selected based both on the crowd con-
centration and the criminal activity generated in a partic-
ular area.

Members of the Atlantic Beach Teen Council perform Sunday dur-
ing a concert at Bull Park. The members, Austin Sherril, John
Merritt, and lan Gilbert, are in the band GADSEN.

Trying to beat the tides, these men work to extricate a jeep from the surf Sunday aftemoon. The vehi-
cle was in the water just north of the new pier at approximately 3:30 p.m. No police report was avail-
able to provide additional details.

Staffer's relationship with

developer worries AB mayor

Mayor cites as
a reason to
alter city code

Atlantic Beach Mayor Don
Wolfson says that the city's
community development
director dating a prominent
local developer raises a "seri-
ous concern" and is one of
the reasons he wants to take
away the dity staff's authority
to approve single lot divi-
And Wolfson said he would

like to squash a notion circu-
lating in the community that
he and fellow commissioners
are considering the change to
give themselves more power.
Rather, he says that removing
the administrative single lot
division would take the deci-
sion away from a single staff
member and bring it into a
public forum, thus allowing
for better "checks and bal-
Wolfson said he would like
to see requests for single lot
divisions go before the city's
citizen-based Community
Development Board for a rec-
ommendation to the City

But whether or not the
commission would then have
the ultimate power to
approve or deny the request
is up for debate amongst city
Wolfson's comments came
at the end of Monday's com-
mission meeting where he
outlined the reasons he wants
the administrate single lot
division removed from the
city code.
He said that Community
Development Director Sonya
Doerr has informed him that

See MAYOR, A-3

State rejects lifeguard station application

A proposed expansion to the American
Red Cross Lifesaving Station in
lacksonville Beach was temporarily halt-
ed because the permit application was
The Department of En\ironmental
Protection in a March 2 letter notified
city officials the application would need
to be resubmitted because it was missing

a detailed site plan showing the location
of the proposed structure.
The application must also include
information about exterior lighting, lines
of existing vegetation, location and vol-
ume of any proposed excavation or fill
and a cross section view of the support
structure beneath the building.
Mayor Fland Sharp noted at the June
21. 2005 City Council meeting that the

Corps executive board planned to wait
for authorization from the DEP before
moving ahead with a full set of architec-
tural plans, estimated at $5,000.-
Steve Auld, vice president of the
Lifesaving Corps, detailed to the City
Council in June, 2005 the plans to add a
storage facility up to 18 feet wide on a
northern sliver of property to house

The property was conveyed in 1946
from the city to construct the present
lifeguard station at the foot of Beach
Boulevard. The 85 x 65 parcel of land
must be used as a lifesaving facility or
the property reverts back to the city.
To proceed with the project, the
Corps must obtain the required state
permit to build seaward of the Coastal
Construction Line.

JB park upgrades are vandalized

Immam Zaid Malik from the Islamic Center of Northeast Florida and FHS Media
Specialist Laura Strickland lead a booktalk at Fletcher High School Monday. The book
"Persepolis: The Story of a Childhood" by Marjane Satrapi is an award-winning graphic
novel about the author's life as a 10-year-old girl living in Iran during the Islamic
Revolution in the late 1970's. Students asked questions about the book and Islamic cul-
ture. Malik answered student questions as they discussed the book to help them better
understand Islam.

Police will step

up patrols at

Huguenot Park

A popular tennis facility in
South Jacksonville Beach recently
sustained approximately $600 in
damage allegedly caused by teens
skateboarding in the area.
Huguenot Tennis Center pro
Jim Watford filed the complaint
March 12 after two new benches
installed as part of $57,422 in
improvements were broken.
The tennis facility at 216 16th
Ave. S. recently received a num-
ber of upgrades, including a

revamped pro shop, new practice
backboard and flower bed wall.
According to a police report,
wax commonly used by skate-
boarders to enable them to slide
on top of a wall was found atop
the new garden wall.
Liquid nail glue was also used
to fix a piece of metal to the wall
for grinding. The wall was recent-
ly stuccoed and primed for paint-
Cost to repair the wall is esti-
mated at $500. The benches will
cost $100 to replace, the report
Watford told police that a
group of teenagers have caused
continuous problems by skating
in the area. The teens were asked
to leave by a group of citizens
playing tennis and caused a dis-
turbance by yelling profanities at

The improvements were part of
a city' campaign to improve all, of
its recreational facilities. City
officials hoped that the work
would boost service levels for
tennis patrons.
The existing pro shop was relo-
cated to the covered patio on the
south side of the facility to offer
a better view of the courts, more
accessible restroom facilities and
a lounge area.
A new backboard was installed
to provide a practice area for
beginners without disrupting reg-
ular play on the courts. The back-
board was positioned west of the
tennis courts adjacent to the
pond and along 3rd St. S.
Police will step up patrol in the
area and Watford will continue to
report any disturbances.

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Police reported that $40 cash
was burglarized from a business
March 3 in the 700 block of
Atlantic Boulevard.
Tammy Newbem Miller, 40,
of Ponte Vedra Beach was arrest-
ed and charged with possession
of a controlled substance March
6 in the 50 block of Seminole
Road, according to a police
A delivery driver' reported
March 8 that he was bitten on
the arm by a dog while deliver-
ing a package to a residence in
the 1800 block of Live Oak
SLane. The "'rntnsuffpred' n-T4or
laceratiorqsand was,treated. by
Jacksonville Fire and Rescue.
Sylvia Virgmia Orear, 44, of
Jacksonville was arrested and
charged with driving with a sus-
pended license as a habitual
traffic offender March 8 in the
600 block of Dutton Island
Road, according to a police

A debit card fraud was report-
ed March 9 in the 900 block of
Hibiscus Street.
A vehicle was reported bur-
glarized March 13 in the 100
block of Lora Street.
A residence was reported bur-
glarized March 13 in the 1900
block of Third Street.

A vehicle was reported stolen
March 11 in the 1100 block of
Seagate Avenue.
A residence was burglarized
March 12 in the 500 block of
Magnolia Street.
A domestic battery was
reported March 12 in the 1800
block of Pelican Point.

Burglar)' was reported to sev-
eral drink vending machines at
Nease High School last week. A
report by St. Johns County
deputies said five Pepsi
machines were damaged and
broken into by an unknown
male subject in the early morn-
ing, hours of March 8. An unde-
termined amount of money was
stolen and damage was estimat-
ed at $1,000.

On March 8 and 9, a St. Johns
County Sheriff's deputy
responded to calls from a Ponte
\edra school regarding a bruise
and bum on a student.
According to a police report,
the counselor and the principal
of the school stated that the stu-
dent was evasive when asked

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about the cause of the injuries.
The student told the deputy'
that the injury occurred while
playing with other children.
The student's brother con-
firmed the account. The deputy
contacted the DCF case worker
working on the case.
A resident of Timberwalk
Court in the Ponte Vedra Lakes
area reported the theft of a
watch valued at $1,350 from
the residence on March 6.
According to a police report, the
resident left the watch on a
counter while at home with a
roommate and two friends.
-, i-. A,'.residentp.of Charlamagne
..Circle in Fiddler's NMash report-
ed criminal mischief to his
property on March 11. He also
reported receiving harassing let-
ters in the mail and two previ-
ous incidents of damage to the

A burglary was reported to a
vehicle while it was parked at a
residence on Charlamagne
Circle in Fiddler's March
between Sunday afternoon and
Monday morning. A report said
the 2006 Mercedes was entered
through an unlocked door and
a Sony game system, and Apple
Ipod, an Accutron silver watch
and a Nintendo DS handheld
game were missing. Total value
is $1,570.

On March 11, a St. Johns
deputy was contacted by securi-
ty personnel at a business in the
200 block of Ponte Vedra
Boulevard regarding two miss-
ing purses. According to a police
report, each purse and its con-
tents was valued at $130, and
both were reported missing by
the owners after leaving them
on tables at a wedding recep-
tion. ,.

A Ponte Vedra resident was
charged with criminal mischief
after a window was broken at a
residence on North Roscoe
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Battery was reported March
11 in the 100 block of 5th St. N.
The victim a 40-year-old home-
less woman, was involved in an
altercation with at least one
unknown male suspect and sus-
tained a head injury which
opened an existing wound.
The woman was observed
with bloody matted hair on the
left side of her head and gave
police conflicting accounts of
the incident. She was treated
and left the scene on foot.
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A red 1994 Ford Ranger val-
ued at $2,000 was reported
stolen. March 12 in the 2100

block of 2nd St. S.
Burglary to a residence was
reported March 13 in the 1400
block of 9th St. N. The victim
was asleep in his bedroom in
the northwest corner of the
house when he heard a knock at
the door at about 3 a.m. He got
out of bed and looked outside
but saw nothing. A few minutes
later he heard the sound of a
window opening in the kitchen.
The victim observed a thin male
suspect in his early to mid 20's
with a shaved head wearing a
white t-shirt poking his head
inside the window. The suspect
quickly backed out of the win-
dow when the'victim;.asked
what he i'as' d6ig and'" fled

north though the front yard
and disappeared. The \ictim:
grabbed a baseball bat and ran
after the victim but was unable
to locate him.

A purse containing $25 cash
and credit cards was reported
stolen March 13 from a vehicle
in the 1300 block of 13th Ave. S.
The credit cards were used at
several locations in the Regency

Criminal mischief was report-
ed March 11 at a used car deal-
ership in the 1100 block of
Beach Blvd. The windshield of a
white 1995 Ford Thunderbird
n.': smashed c'by ,n unknown

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Burglary was reported March
11 in the 900 block of 6th Ave.
N. The victim told police she
left for work at 8:15 a.m. and
returned at 6 p.m. to find some-
one had walked through her
flower bed and removed a
screen from a rear window. Two
cameras with a total value of
$300 and $1 in quarters were

A silver 2001 Tovota 4Runner
valued at $15,000 was reported
stolen March 12 in the 200
block of 3rd Ave. N. The victim
parked the car at 3 p.m. and
returned at 11 a.m. to find the
truck was missing.


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"They are both interrelat-
ed," Forbes said.
The system is not a preven-
tative measure that is guaran-
teed to stop crime but ,Forbes
said the project will help
police detectives identify and
apprehend .perpetrators
caught on tape.
"It may not stop the crime
from happening but if some-
thing does go wrong it creates
an archive that police can
monitor," he said. "Simply, it
provides more security' and
better prevents problems."
Warmer weather 'always
draws more people, including
transients, out to the Beaches.
Forbes said the program is not
necessarily geared to monitor
the city's homeless population
but it will serve to aid the
downtown CAPE patrol and
the Community Response
Team who regularly conduct
sweeps throughout the down-
town area, where transients
are a common sight.
"It is not just transients that
S create problems," he said.
Forbes said the CAPE patrol:
recently identified seven new
transients that just arrived in
the area and were cited for
violating the city's no camp-
ing ordinance that prohibits
sleeping on the beach or in a
vehicle from '16th Avenue
South and 20th Avenue North
between the hours of 11 p.m.
and 6 a.m.
'-Jacksonville Beach police
relies on paper trails to moni-
S tor transient violations and
contact cards are issued to
help the department keep
track. -
S 'It creates a unique problem
for us, especially for our
police department," Forbes
said. "The cameras will help
us keep on top of this and
help us do a much better job
in keeping people safe."
Forbes said specially trained
police officers will monitor
the locations from the station
on Penman Road. Officers will
also be able to access the spe-
S cific locations in specially-
equipped squad cars.
Police officers will undergo
extensive training 'to ''ernn
how to operate the system
which is expected to be up
and running in the next few
months, he said.

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Fliers urging "Help Keep Ponte Vedra High School in Pon
Vedra" lie on a table Friday at Landrum Middle School, wh
volunteers were selling tickets to "Battle of Ihe Big Cats"
raising basketball game pitting teachers against former Ja
and other pro players. St. Johns County schools Superinti
Joseph Joyner said such promotion of a political issue on
property is against policy.

BAIS plans par

The Beaches Museum and'
History Center will host a
birthday celebration Saturday,
March 25, from 10 a.m. to 4
p.m. to commemorate its
recent grand opening.
The party will feature musi-'
cal acts, arts and crafts, story-
telling, and folk art demon-
strations that represent the
coastal heritage of Northeast
Florida's six beach communi-
ties from Mavport to Ponte
Vedra Beach. .: ,
Folk artists will demonstrate
historic quilting, weaving and
cotton spinning techniques,
and show onlookers how to.
make pine needle baskets and
Minorcan fishnets. Local
cowboys will share stories
about.(he old.days of running
'cattle, and Bubba 'Stoati'on.
the alligator trapper, 'will
show off hides and heads, and
share personal tales from his
adventures as a trapper.
Outdoor events, including

live music by Florid
musicians The N
Family and acoustic bli
artist Ron Davis, will
and open the
Members of the museu
guests paying admissic
continue the celet
inside while they vie
historic exhibits, di
artifacts and photo
now on display at the
um. Admission fees ar
adults, $4 for seniors (6
for children ages 6-1
free for children 5 and
The museum is opera
the Beaches Area His
Society (BAHSI, an or
tion formed in 1978
group of longtime B
residents to help prese
.history, and heritage
,beach communities.
For more informati
the museum and. event
w w w b m h c .
call (904) 241-5657.

Mayor: Replats not up to staff

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she is "dating one of the foremost developers in
this community." Doerr was not in attendance at
the meeting.
Wolfson Tuesday in a telephone interview said
that Doerr's relationship with the developer "rais-
es a serious concern," adding that such circum-
stances "could lend itself to abuse" in regards to
administrative lot divisions.
Doerr said in a telephone interview Tuesday
that she is the city staff member who is charged
with the decision whether to approve a request for
a single lot division although she said that deci-
sion could rest with any staff member, such as the
city manager or city attorney.
"I can see if this [decision to administratively
approve single lot divisions] rests with one person
there is room for abuse," Wolfson said during the
telephone interMiew.
Doerr Tuesday said she took issue that Wolfsen
'.bought up her personal life in a public meeting.
Also, Doerr said she feels Volfson's' comments at
the meeting unjustly question her integrity in her
job with the city.
"Why is my personal life being discussed [at a
commission meeting]?" Doerr said.
"There's an insinuation [by WVolfson] against
my integrity that I find almost slanderous."
Wolfson said Tuesday that when he learned of
Doerr's relationship he requested that she also
inform other commissioners and city officials -
something he said Doerr did not do.
Wolfson said he thought it "very necessary"
that Doerr have "dialogue" with other city offi-
cials including Community Development Board
members about her relationship with the devel-
"She did not communicate it [the relation-
ship]," Wolfson said. "I've been polite. I've been
keeping my mouth shut."
"[And] My reason for going public is because I
was concerned. I do not represent Ms. Doerr. I do
not represent the city manager. I represent the cit-
izens of Atlantic Beach," Wolfson said.
Doerr said that City Manager Jim Hanson did'
inform other city commissioners about the rela-
tionship last fall. She said it is not customary for
city staff to inform commissioners on city-related
issues, but rather for Hanson to do so.
Hanson said Tuesday that Dderr told him last
fall about the relationship and he relieved her
immediately of any responsibilities involving the
developer and the city.
"She did everything she was supposed to do,"
Hanson said.
Doerr Tuesday said that there is no reason for
concern because the city's criteria for administra-
tive single lot divisions is very clear and leaves no
room for abuse.
Currently the city code allows city staff to
administratively approve a single-division of land
as long as each of the lots meets all other require-
ments of the Land Development Regulations arid
the state Comprehensive Plan.
"It's very black and white thing," she said,
adding that either a property qualifies for the divi-
sion or it does not.

"We've turned down as many as
approved," Doerr said.
Doerr said that all the requests for sin
divisions that have been approved ha\
made by individual property owners no
"They were just lucky enough to have
property [to allow for the division]," she s
But Wolfson says there are other reason

rid of the administrative approval.
He said there are other issues such as neighbors'
concerns that need to be considered when
approving lot divisions.
Wolfson said the neighbors need a venue to
voice their thoughts on the requested division.
"It doesn't make since for staff to have the only
say in a subdivision," Wolfson said Tuesday.
"I believe it should rest among a group that has
an open forum."
And he said the city Community Development
Board is just that forum.
"The development board is key here," he said.
Wolfson said that there is a "misunderstanding"
among some residents that commissioners are try-
ing to give themselves more power by removing
the administrative lot divisions.
"This is something that the citizens have mis-
understood. Never, ever, has the commission said
that it wants the only say in this," Wolfson said.
Wolfson said he attributes the misunderstand-
ing to a Dec. 12 staff report by Doerr which pro-
poses a change to the city's land development reg-
ulations removing administrative approval of sin-
gle lot divisions and requiring "approval by the
City Commission."
"I'm not in favor of that. I'm opposed to it,"
Wolfson said of the commission having the lone
say in single lot divisions.
He said that Doerr was not present at a Nov. 28
commission meeting where commissioners
requested that staff bring back proposed legisla-
tion for the removal of administrative lot divi-
sions. And he said that the city staff incorrectly
perceived that request as the commission wanting
to have the final say on the lot divisions.
According to the minutes of that Nov. 28 meet-
ing, City Commissioner Dezmond Waters "asked
staff to bring back language" for a proposal to
remove administrative lot subdivisions.
SThe issues of lot division arose when a resident
late last year requested she be allowed to divide
her large parcel in the Selva Marina neighborhood
into three separate lots.
Wolfson said that sending the request through
the city Community Development Board is a vital
step in keeping with "checks and balances."
However, in most instances, that board only'
issues recommendations to the commission,
which then has the ultimate decision on develop-
ment issues, said Doerr.
She said the only time the board has the final
decision is for zoning variances.
And even then, if a decision by the board.is
appealed, the commission is tasked with examin-
ing the board's decision, and reversing it if a mis-
take has been made, she said.

High school coalition

pushes for Guana land

Lines are being drawn in the
sand as members of the Ponte
Vedra High School Coalition
continue to seek support for a
high' school in the Guana
The St. Johns County Civic
Asspciation-lRoundtable voted
Monday morning to oppose
Herb Peyton's offer to exchange
50 acres of his Outpost property
at the end of Neck Road for 50
acres in the Guana for the
Later on that day, the-Board
of Trustees for the Ponte Vedra
Municipal Service District
(MSD) voted to support the
swap. ..
"It's a wonderful benefit to
the community," said Mack
McCuller, an MSD trustee and
an environmental lawyer at
Smith, Hulsey & Busey,
HARDING Tacksonville.
t'I MSD trustees voted unani-
here mously to support the swap at
a fund the request of Cavce Runisev, a
member of the high school
iguars coalition who said the Marsh
endent Landing Homeowners
school Association also voted to sup-
S port the exchange. ..
Ponte Vedra Beaches
S Coalition President Clara
Cowan, on the other hand, is
S Opposed to the deal, though she
said she doesn't know where
the rest of the coalition stands.
"I think conservation land is
a folk. such a precious commodity;,
Tackle here's no-sense in. messing.
uegras with it,".Cowan said Tuesday.
pbe fre More importantly, Cowan.
public. said, she refuses to consider the
i m a n d --
Deal until she has seen proof
on can that it exists such as a docu-
ew the ment outlining the offer with
pa, Peyton's signature.
splas, he only proof offered by the
graph high school coalition is a arch
muse- 2' 2005, memo to the Flonda
e $5 for -- I
S5+1, 3 Department of Environmental
7, and' Protection' iDEP) from Ken
under. ilson, vice president for Gate
ted by Petroleum Co.
torica The merio explains Peton's
ganiza- offer and asks the department
by' a to consider it.
beachess Sarah Williams, deputy press
rye the secretary for the DEP, confirmed
rve the
of our the receipt of the memo but
said Tuesday that Pe\ton's'offter
s" not officialu'ntil he files hn
tson o application with the DEP to
S exchange the land.
c m X\Villiams said Pevton was told
m/> or about the application process in
April 2005 during a meeting
between him and DEP officials.
Rumsey said his group is try-
ing to schedule a meeting with
the DEP no later than next
'we've week in order to convince the
department of the value of
ngle lot Pevton's offer.
*e been The DEP refused to support
)t devel- Peyton's original offer, which
was to exchange the develop-
enough ment rights for 100 acres of his
aid. Outpost property for 100 acres
is to get

in the Guana for a school.
The DEP has also indicated
that it would not recommend
Peyton's new offer to deed the
land, according to School Board
Chair Bill Fehling of Ponte
Vedra Beach, who has indicated
his support for the Guana site.
The Ponte Vedra High School
Coalition, working against a
deadline of April or May, has
been actively soliciting support
from the community.
At community events, volun-
teers have been handing out
fliers titled, "Help keep Ponte
Vedra High School in Ponte
Vedra" and directing people to
an online petition.
The Tallahassee-based lobby-
ing firm Fiorentino and
Associates has agreed to lobby
the DEP.for,the exchange with-
out being compensated for
Their work, according to
And another anonymous
,supporter has paid for 20,000
mailers to be sent out today to
Ponte Vedra homes, Rumsey
The group's online petition
has grown in length, reaching
more than 2,500 signatures,
according to Marc Bugbey with
the high school coalition.
St. Johns County schools
superintendent Joseph Jo-ner
has said the School Board will
vote on the site for a Ponte
SVedra high school in April or
The only two sites being con-
sidered, Joyner has said, are a
30-acre parcel behind Talbots
off State Road Al1A and a 75-
acre site offered as a donation
east of Davis Park, about one

mile west of the Intracoastal
Although high school coali-
tion members have said
Peyton's offer is motivated only
by his desire to help Ponte
Vedra, one St. Johns County
commissioner has a different
Commissioner Ben Rich said
he believes the offer is part of a
bigger quest for private inter-
ests to attain the 4-mile stretch
of beach just south of Ponte
Vedra that is part of the Guana
Tolomato Matanzas National
Estuarine Research Reserve.
"I smell the rat in this deal,"
Rich said in a telephone inter-
view Tuesday. "It is allabout
Rich said allowing the land
exchange could force the
National. Oceanic and
Atmospheric Administration to
cut its funding for the GTM
If that happens, Rich said,
developers might offer their
help to the state to make up for
the loss of federal dollars, and
he said he believes they would
ask to purchase the beachfront
"I think ultimately the
beachfront is the prize," Rich
No meeting with the DEP
had been, scheduled as of
Tuesday, according to Bugbey.
Rumsey said Monday that if
the high school coalition is
unable to convince the DEP to
recommend the deal, then the
group will attempt to meet
with Gov. Jeb Bush and his

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The Leader's Opinion

Cameras aim

to deter crime

After numerous reports of fights, car vandalism 'and
other problems in the parking lot that adjoins the
Jacksonville Beach pier, city officials are investing in sur-
veillance cameras;.
The cameras will be placed at the pier parking lot, the
oceanfront park at. 6th Avenlue South and other areas
w here criminals have preyed noncitizens.
The cameras, which will be monitored by. police, are
being installed to curb crime in the areas. ,
Other communities have considered installing similar.
cameras'in public areas where crime is a problem and the
invasion of privacy has, in the past, seemed tob high a
price to pay.
Unfortunately, the incidence of crime .has made the
cameras a tool that the police need to deploy to keepcit-
izens safe.
'We all want our parks to be safe havens for children ,
and others seeking a little recreation. It is a sad commen-
tary that such monitoring is necessary.
We would encourage those doing the monitoring to do
so specifically to stop criminal activity and not embrace
the limitless possibilities that such Big Brother technolo-
gy affords to violate individual privacy.

Letters to the editor:

Why not consider a:

Wal-mart for all

our green spaces?

To the editor:
I am so relieved to see that at
long last a viable business is
proposing to take over the
space that is the former
Scotty's/Big Lots/Food Lion
plaza in Neptune Beach.
How fortunate for Beaches
residents that \\al-Mart has
come to the rescue! Finally, we
now can drive only 5 minutes
---(instead of 15) to take advan-
tage of low, low- prices on all
the cheap junk we can't live
titeias fe&1illy'lucky;'
lvi-t-hbe- futue; ,.w.h en small,

Must all v

protect af

housing a

To the editor:
Have you seen the effects of
the "Beaches Tsunami?" It
first swept away most of the
affordable motels and many
of the rental units along
Jacksonville Beach. It contin-
ued to the Mayport area and
swept away affordable apart-
ments and mobile-home
Sparks there.
Our tsunami was caused by
developers and is similar to
Sthe one caused in Indonesia
by an earthquake that gener-
Sated a monster wave of water.
It is also similar to one in
Zimbabwe, which is land-
locked. The dissidents there
metaphorically call it "Robert
SMugabe's Tsunami" as it was
caused by President Mugabe's

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We are optimistic that, with
the widespread support we are
receiving,,. we will finally be
able to positively present Mr.
Peyton's offer to the DEP and
ultimately to Governor Bush.
We believe Jeb Bush to be a for-
ward thinking and: reasonable
Governor. Like thousands of
Ponte Vedrans have over the
last two weeks, we are hopeful
that he too, will embrace this
We also understand how
important the support of our
local official base is to our
effort's success. Our
Superintendent, Dr.Joyner and
our School Board representa-
tives must stand behind our
effort when we present this to
the Governor. Dr. Joyner and
our very own Ponte Vedia dis-
trict Board representative /
School Board Chairman Bill
Tehling, have both endorsed
our efforts. We are actively try-
ing to get before as many local
groups and organizations as
possible over the next five
weeks. We encourage any
;.grop that is interested,in, a
presentation to contact one of,
us via the pvhsc.com website
or by phone at 716-3684. Ln
the meantime, anyone with
interest in learnirig the details
of the proposal may.do so at
wwwv.pvhsc.com. And after
you understand it, please join
the 2000 plus neighbors of
yours who have already signed
our petition in support of the
land swap proposal.
Marc J. Bugbey
Davis Johnson, Jr.
C. Cayce Rumsey, Ill
Ponte Vedra High School

To the editor;

' The Ponte Vedra High
School Coalition was founded
in 2003. Its sole purpose was
and still is to help secure a
high school for Ponte Vedra
children within our communi-
ty. The recent land offer by
local benefactor Herb Peyton,
founder of Gate Petroleum, has
le-energized oui: efforts and
given us real hope for success.
S As principal members: of the
Coalition, we feel -it important
to cleaj up any confusion there
may be regarding Nir. Peyton's
offer and give Ponte Vedrans
an update on our efforts.
Mr P'-ton's offer is simple:

neighbors on February 22,
turned into two presentations
in front of almost 200.people.
Both: evenings were heavily
covered by the media, and the
reaction to our presentations
was extremely encouraging.
Several environmentalists,
including at least one promi-
nent member of the Sierra
Club, asked questions at the
presentations and offered sup-
port and encouragement. The
reaction at those first presenta-
tions, and at every presenta-
tion since, has been over-
whelmingly positive. We are
absolutely convinced that
once our citizens have a clear
understanding of this propos-
al, the overwhelming majority
will embrace it.
Since our initial presentation
February 22nd, we have been
humbled by the outpouring of
support offered by business
owners, local benefactors, par-
ents, grandparents and neigh-
bors from throughout our
community. Many of Ponte
Vedra's most active and
involved citizens have pledged
to help in any .way they.can,.
\We have handed out tflers at
soccer games, ball fields and
school carnivals. The response
we have received has been at
least 20:1 in support of the
proposal. In less than two
weeks, we have had over 2,000
of our citizens sign our online
petition at PVHSC.com. Our
efforts also attracted the atten-
tion of a prominent local lob-
bying firm that is now assist-
ing us pro bono. Several local.
benefactors have offered finan-
cial assistance because they,
too, believe in our mission.
Countless other citizens have
joined the effort to contribute
their time, expertise and

independent stores go out ot He wants to donate deed 50.
business, Wal-Mart will again acres of his valuable and en\i-
step up to the.plate and take ronmentally sensitive Outpost
over. Won't it be great to have property to the state for con-
a Super Wal-Mart on ever servation purposes. For those
block? I envision a future not familiar with the exact
where you can step outside location of this pristine.proper-
your front door, throw a rock, ty, it is located at the south end
and hit a Wal-Mart. Maybe we of Neck Road on the shores of
can even change our zoning to Lake Ponte Vedra. In return,-
allow \Val-Mart to build on all he is asking is for the state
some of those pesky ocean- to donate 50 state owned acres
front green spaces! Wouldn't to our county so that our
that be great?!? scho91 bord can build a Ponte
~'. '". .: Tp -.o'Siiflt lti Vedta .high school a half-mile
Atlantic Beach' away on these 50 acres of.
planted pine on Nlickler Road.
His motivation is also simple;
york to he loves this communityL and
thmks a high school for Ponte
Vedra kids should be located in

fordab le fte learning of Mr.
Peyton's new offer, our group
t B felt it important to educate as
many other Ponte Vedrans as
quickly as possible. With
Superintendent Joyner conm-
government clearing out mitted to opening a high
affordable housing that to it school by 2008, we knew our
was unattractive. The dis- timeline was short. So, what
placed people there reported- began as a presentation to a
Iv totaled 700,000. Most are targeted group of parents and

still loOKing ror housing.
A coalition was formed
the Beaches to address imm
diate housing for our di
placed persons, the buildir
of affordable housing, ar
how to stem the tide of co
versions from rentals to co
The support of governme
and citizens is needed
helping maintain the critic
part of our culture played I
the people being displaced.
Richard A. Conwa
Jacksonville Beat



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Don't let bullies have their way

To the editor:
I am writing in regards to the
Ponte Vedra High School.
Coalition's ;
PV'HSC. efforts to have the
.lickler Road site reconsidered
for. our much needed, Ponte
Vedra High School in Ponte
Vedra not at Davis Park in
Nocatee. By. now, you have
heard all of the arguments for
this proposal so I won't bore
you with information that you
have heard ad nauseam.
What concerns me is that.
there is a unique opportunity'
that is going to be missed
because of the objections of a
vocal and intransigent minori-'

All of us understand the
need to protect our open,
spaces. I believe that is' why
this proposal has not been
vocally opposed in the papers-
by the larger environmental
groups that come to. mind,
such as the Audubon Society
and the Sierra Club.
My plea to the school board
is that we don't miss this
unique opportunity to, locally
embrace the efforts of our very

own residents that include par-
ents, children, environmental-
ists, and philanthropists
among others. As our local
elected school officials, you
should be proactively support-
ing the efforts of this local
coalition to have Tallahassee
revisit this site for the greater
good of our community. So
far, your comment has been
"let us\ know what they say'"
instead of standing behind the
effort with some form of for-
mal written support.
The beauty of this new pro-
posal is that the vast majority '
of these different groups are
willing to compromise in an
effort to achieve many differ-
desired benefits that will
enhance the lives of many in'
this community. Mr.Peyton
gives up land and potentially
even development rights to his
land so that a High School can'
be built for the community'
that he loves. Pragmatic envi-
lonmentalists, the State and its
residents gain highly coveted'
land in exchange for less.envi-
ronmentally sensitive land.,

Best yet, it's all done at no cost!
Yes, there will always be
those that say no; they will say
it the loudest, and they will say
it in 'the most threatening
manner. As elected school
board members, you, are
charged with the task of coun-
tering the threat that bullies
pose. to .children in our
schools. All I ask is that you
not only take note of all those
who are in support of this
transaction, but' that you also
take note of those who aren't
saying no. Signal your support
of-this community's efforts in
writing to the State to give this
proposal the faith hearing that
it deserves. My fear is that,
without a signal from you, this
unique experience in cross
cooperation will be 'lost forev-
er. There is a group that wants
to derail this process and
extinguish any debate before it
begins. This opportunity now
lies squarely in your hands.
Please don't let the bullies
have their way!
Pail Azzaro
Ponte Vedra Beach

School site important now,

and for future of Ponte Vedra

To the editor:
A proper high school site is
yery important, now, and for
the future of Ponte Vedra.
Many of us are not experts on
all matters, so often we use our
own research plub the views of
those with whom we have
great confidence. Admiral Bill
Smedberg, a member of the
original HS site selection
group, is a man whom I-respect

and in.whom I have great con-
fidence on this matter. I.agree
with him: that Guana is the
best site, and,' with Herb
Peyton's generous offer to
exchange his better wildlife
site for a wildlife site restricted
by Mickler Road, Neck Road,
and the Publix shopping cen-
ter, it is the most feasible.
One of the.arguments for the
site west of the Intercoastal is

Davis Park. Well, Davis Park is
a public area, and will not nec-
essarily. be dedicated to the
new PVHS.. We need to keep
the Guana site on the table
and convince the school board
and the Governor that it is best
for students and wildlife. We
need the county commission-
ers to help in.this matter. ,
Jack Quinn
Ponte Vedra Beach


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If Bill Carter were looking
for a:job, imagine his
Secret Service agent: Served
under Presidents Kennedy and
Johnson; stood sentry at
Kennedy's grave.
Investigator: Served on the
NWarren Commission following
the -assassination of President
Kennedy; interviewed Lee
Harvey Oswald's widow,
Marina, and Oswald's killer,
Jack Ruby.
Criminal lawyer: Defended
some pretty rough dudes.
Entertainment lawyer:
Negotiated a deal with the U.S.
government to allow the
Rolling Stones to entertain in
the United States in 1975;
hired by former Teamsters boss
Jimmy Hoffa; managed such
stars as Tanya Tucker, Rodney
Crowell and Reba McEntire;
produces TV show for
Christian music greats Bill and
Gloria Gaither.
Persuader: Bullied a Mexican
undertaker into releasing the
body of actor Steve McQueen,
who died in Mexico of a heart
-attatk following surgery.
SThese are just a few ofnBilly
Neal Carter's job experiences.
He has documented them all
in his new book, "Get Carter:
Backstage in History from JFK's
Assassination to. The Rolling
Stones" (Fine's Creek
Publishing, $29.951. But when
I asked him in a telephone
conversation what he wants to .
be remembered for, he didn't,
mention his tough negofia-,
tions or his work with famous
and infamous people. He
wants to be remembered as the
executive producer of the Billy
Graham documentary he just
"1 think that documentary
will certainly outlive me and
probably my children and
grandchildren," Carter, 70,
said. "He iGraham) is going to
go down as one of the great
spiritual leaders of all time."
He indicated that the very
people who yelled "Get Carter"
to come and help probably
couldn't get Carter today. He's
a changed man. "The person I
am now," he said in his book,
"could never have negotiated
the Steve McQueen deal or par-
ticipated in some of the other
showdowns I was involved in
over the years."
But that's not the Bill Carter
whom Judi Turner knows.
Turner,; co-author of. "Get
Carter," said in an e-mail mes-
sage: "He does not believe in
the word 'can't' and I learned
:early' in. the game NEVER,'
EVER to argue with him
because he is a master manipu-
lator, and he just wants some-
one to argue so he can clean
their plate."
Turner, a. veteran Nashville
publicist, was speaking affec-
tionately, of course. She and
Carter are buddies. She has got-
ten publicity jobs because of
him. And it was she who
encouraged Carter to continue
writing his book, which he set
out to do only for his two
This book. has been a lot of
Work; Carter said from his
home near Nashville. Six years
of work. And the Billy Graham
documentary, his favorite proj-
ect, took almost that long. (The
documentary, produced by the
Gaither company, is scheduled
to air on PBS during Easter
week and later on The
Biography Channel.)
Carter's assistant said she
wished he could start each day
watching a Billy Graham
video. It puts him in a good
You'll need to read the book
to find out what Carter was
like in other moods.



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Eay Contest Winners

SEssay Contest Winners

The Beaches Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader Page 5A

As part of Newspapers in Education week, The Leader invited area students
to write essays on a variety of topics. Students could write about what a story
in the newspaper might say about them or choose to write about what part of
the paper is a favorite. Adventure Landing co-sponsored the contest and pro-
vided prizes to the winners.

1st Place

Elementary School

Abby Pugh

E irSan Pablo
lElementary School

"Would, you
announced dad.
S"What?' asked
,,j rmom.
"Our daughter is in the newspaper for being
an undefeated swimming champ!"
"'What?" I asked snatching the paper but of my
i'dad's hands.
"You're on the front cover, and you have a half
of a page long article." said dad as if I was lis-
tening even though I was gazing at the page,
still shocked.
S"Wow" I said "W'ow".
S "Well what does if say?" asked ,mom; more
excited than me..
"Okay" I said.
"A victorious 11 year old girl has been on an
undefeated swimming streak'for a couple ,of
Swim meets now.

After her last meet in Lake City, she won a
medal for the I.M. (individual medley) along
with her four other gold medals for back, breast,
fly, and free. We interviewed her at her last swim
meet. She said I don't care if I don't win any-
thing T just love the sport." Who is this lucky
girl? We'll you're aboutto find out her name is
"Waaa, Waaa, Waaa" screamed my sister.
"Abby come here quick!"
I rushed out of bed.'
"We have to tell you something", said'my par-
"Me, too." I included.
"You first."
"Okay, I had the craziest dream that Iwas in
the paper, the PAPER!"
SSure enough there I was smack dab in the
middle. I read the caption that said "Pugh said,
if you believe, dreams can come true."


Waste collection set The ticket cost of $100 each includes a one-
Household hazardous waste will be collected year membership to the Steinway Society, a
in the parking lot of Atlantic Beach City Hall, nonprofit organization that promotes fine
800 Seminole Road, March 18 from 8:30 a.m. music and its performance among young
to 3 p.m. pianists from the Jacksonville area.
The city of Jacksonville's Environmental For tickets, call 545-2117.
Resource Management Department will be on
hand to collect waste free of charge for Duval Beaches Watch meets
County residents. The Beaches Watch monthly meeting will be
Accepted items are: paint, paint thinners and held at 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 5,-at Fletcher
strippers, rechargeable batteries, photographic High School. The meeting is open to the pub-
chemicals, antifreeze, lawn and garden chemi- lic. For information call 513-9242 or visit
cals, pool chemicals, aerosol cans, pesticides, www .beacheswatch.com.
small propane tanks, fire extinguishers, car bat-
teries, thermometers and thermostats, fertihz- Tillie Fowler honored
er, acids, car care chemicals, drain cleaners, var- The late Tillie Fowler of Jacksonville is one of
nish/shellac, ammunition, used oil, flares. three persons who will be inducted Tuesday
The citv iill not accept:,bJio-,bazardous-imed; into the Florida Women's Hall of Fame in
icali waste, explosives, ties; large h~bseh'od Talla"iase. i '"
appliances (washers, dryers, stoves,reffhgera- Mrs. Fowler, a Republican who served in the.
tors), commercial waste. U.S. House of Representatives from 1.993 to
For more information, call 387-8847, 384- 2001, died March 2, 2005 at the age of 62.
1380 or 387-8837, ext. 256. The others being inducted at the 5 p.m. cer-
emony at the Capitol Rotunda are Caridad
Water advisory lifted Asensio, who improved conditions for migrant
A marine water health advisory issued last farm workers in South Florida and their fami-
week ior a section of south Neptune beach has lies, and Lucy W. Morgan, a longtime Central
been lifted by the Duval County Health Florida journalist who won the 1985 Pulitzer
Department. Prize for investigative reporting on the Florida
The advisory, issued March 3 based on week- Legislature.

ly water samples taken to monitor bacteria in
the water, applied to the shoreline section of
south Neptune Beach at Hopkins Street, one
block north of the Jacksonville Beach border.
Free concert tonight
The worship band of EPIC Surf Ministrv is
scheduled to give a free concert 8 p.m. to 10
p.m. today at Solid Grounds Coffee Shop, 1487
Atlantic Blvd., Neptune Beach, in The Shoppes
of Summer Sands.
EPIC's repertoire consists of mostly modern
covers (Passion, Vineyard, David Crowder
Band, Leonard Jones, Da\id Ruisi, as well as a
few originals, and some hymns.
Also at the coffee shop, "The Lord of the
Rings The Two Towers" will be shown 7 p.m. to
10 p.m. Saturday.
For information call 246-9223
Fashions raise funds
A fashion show coordinated by the Steinway
Society is scheduled 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday,
April 1, at the Casa Marina Hotel in
Jacksonville Beach. Local personalities
Charlene Shirk, Aida Ribetro, Angie Boselli and
Gene Nordan are among the models.

Hypnosis class offered
A free class on the use of hypnosis as therapy
will be presented at 6:30 p.m. Monday and 10
a.m. Tuesday at the Winston Family Y ICA 'in
Ponte Vedra.
The class will be given by hypnotherapist
James Ryan, who will offer self-hypnosis train-
ing at the end of the program.
The YMCA branch is on Landrum Lane, next
Sto Landrum. Middle School. For information,
:call 280-4130.
Free banjo concert set
Four internationally known performers.
teachers and collectors of fiddle and banjo
music will present a free concert, "Old-Time
Banjo in America," at the University of North
SFlorida at 7 p.m. Thursday.
The performance, which is free and open to
the public, will take place in rooms 1604-1606
of the Robinson Student Life Center, building
14, on the LTNF campus about one mile north
of Butler Boulevard between St. Johns Bluff
Road and Kernan.

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Most foutteen-year-olds use:
the summer as a time to suck
up the UL rays and to acquire
that saltwater-chlorine stiff-
ness in their ,sun-bleached
hair. Not me.
While all my..friends are
sleeping 'til noon arid eating.
junk food. I'm woken prompt-
ly at seven and eat each day at
7:15, 12:00, and 5:30. While
my friends groan at having to
take the trash out, I muck out
stables without a word. lM
summer plans are like noth-
ing m\ friends could ever
' aigin e. [''go to myge
grandparents' farm' -i
Sure, the coolest shopping
for miles may be the Wal-Niart
Supercenter, but I still cherish
every moment. My mom's
grandparents are members of
the Greatest Generation, and
it's clear why their generation
has such a title.
An American'flag still flaps
proudly by the front door and
there is a fierce patriotism
that makes its home on that
hill. My great-grandfather
fought in World War II, was
offered i purple heart iHe
refused it, insisting, "It wasn't
nothing' anyone else wouldn't
have done.".), was a shrimper,
mechanic, farmer, and father.
I'm convinced he knows
everything there is to know;
he can fix things from four-
wheeler to a barn door that.
won't latch. He knows every"
nook .'and cranny .of our
nation's geography. He 'could
help my aunt vith hei
trigonometry class though he
only has a sixth grade educa-
tion. I aam, to say the least, in.
awe of him. Most people are!
SI ride the trails on one of
the :several horses with the
dogs wildly announcing my
location. Eat a peanut-butter

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basic pistol Monday, March 20
a n d Spring begins.
de fensive The Players Championship
t a c t i c s begins.
course .will
be held from Woman's club: The Ponte
-7:45 a.m. to Vedra Woman's Club meets at
5 p.m. at 10 a.m. at Sawgrass Country
Fraternal Club, Ponte Vedra. Sherri
Order Hogan, director of development
for the Jacksonville Museum of
Contemporary Art, will talk
S".", :-., about the museum. Visitors are
.l welcome. Call 543-0993 for
The Great Atlantic Seafood Festival i

will be held Saturday, March 18, at ,
the Sea Walk Pavilion in '
Jacksonville Beach. There will be
seafood, music, arts and crafts, o Police Lodge 6
rides, and games. Call 249-3972 for Nassau County. Call.
Belson at 904-491-8358
information. information

Wednesday, March
', 15
Retired federal employees:
Chapter 1671 of the National
Active and Retired Federal
Employees will have a noon
luncheon meeting at the
Golden Corral Restaurant,
,l4035 Beach Blvd. Visitors are
welcome. 731-3968.

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. A social time starts at.
.5:30 p.m. Anyone, Italian her-
itage or not, is welcome. Call
242-2949 for information.

Divorce care class: A support
group for' separated and
divorced vill offer divorce care'
classes at 6:30 p.m. at Palm,
Valley Baptist Church, 4890
Palm 'alley Road. 285-2447.

Thursday, March
SCoffee on the Coast: The
Beaches Division of the
Jacksonville Regional Chamber
of Commerce will have "Coffee-
on the Coast" at 8 a.m. at
2Nique's, 544 Atlantic Blvd.,
Neptune Beach, in the K-Mlart
plaza. The cost is $2. 249-3868.

Women's association: The
Sawgrass Players Club Women's
Association. will meqt. at 10
a.m., followed by a program at
10:30 a.m., at the Cultural
Center at Ponte Vedra, 50
Executive WVa\, Ponte Vedra
' Beach. The public is invited.

Adventures in Art:
Adventures in Art will be held
at 1 p.m. at the Ponte Vedra
S Beach Branch Library. Jam
Bialka will demonstration using
pastels to paint. Call Carolee
Bertisch at 273-6578 for infor-
.. nation.

Caregiver support: A care-
giver support meeting for those
caring for someone with
Alzheimer's memory loss or
other illnesses, will be held at
1:30 p.m. at the Council on
Aging Coastal Community
Center, 180 Marine St., St.
Augustine. Call 904-823-4815
for information.

Open house: Persephone
Healing Arts Center, 485 6th
A\e. N., Jacksonville Beach, will
have an open house from 5:30
to 7 p.m. Call 246-3583 for

Republican Club: The River
City Republican Club will meet
.at' 7 p.m. at the Piccadilly
Restaurant at 200 Monument
Road. David Allen of "The
David Allen Show' will speak
about eminent domain. Call
Jack Webb at 904-886-2872

Course on coastal ecology:
Guana Tolomato Matanzas
National Estuarine Research
Reserve will host a course on
coastal ecology through March
30. Space is limited and registra-
tion closes March 5. To view the
class agenda or register, ,visit
du.com. GTMNERR is located at
505' Gana River ,Road, Ponte
Vedra Beach. 904-823-4500.

Friday, March 17,
St. Patrick's Day.
Red Hat Foxes: The Red Hat
Foxes will celebrate St. Patrick's
Day at 11:30 a.m. at Culhane's,
967 Atlantic Blvd. (in the Publix
shopping center), Atlantic
Beach. Call 285-3505 to R.S.V.P.

Irish stew: Fleet Reserve
Association Branch 290 will
serve Irish stew from 5 to 8 p.m.
at 390 Mayport Road, Atlantic
Beach. The cost is $5. Call 246-
6855 for information.

Saturday March

Pistol course: A certified

Hazardous waste collect
Household hazardous waste
be brought to a collection
in front of City Hall in Atla
Beach from 8:30 a.m. to .3
Household hazardous prod
include paint, paint thin
and stripper, pool cheini
gasoline, antifreeze, pestic
and herbicides. Electror
such as computer monitors,
visions, batteries, etc., I
also be dropped off. Call
1651 for information.

Gardening: A master garc
er will be at Proctor
Hardware, 580 Atlantic B
(in the'Kmart shopping cen
Neptune Beach, from 9 a.m
noon to answer garden
questions. Call 249-5622

Open house: The Sea
Playgarden, 223 8th Ave.
Jacksonville Beach, will holi
open house from 10 a.m.
noon. Call 247-1314 to R.S.

Parliamentarians: The
Coast Parliamentarians
meet at 10:15 a.m. at the Pc
Vedra Beach Branch Libr
101 'Library Blvd., Ponte V
Beach. Visitors are welco
Call 744-9074 or 223-1314

SCBWI: The Society
Children's Book Writers
Illustrators will meet from
3 p.m." at the 'South
Regional Library in Deerw(
E-mail Janet Walter at jg
ter@comcast.net for inform

Art class: A family art
will be held from 2 to 3 p.n
the Jacksonville Museurr
Modem Art, 333 N. Laura
Jacksonville. The class is
with museum admission.
information, call As
Johnson at 366-6911, exten
207, or e-mail ajohr

St. Patrick's dinner: A
Patrick's dinner and show
be held at American Le
Auxiliary 316, 1127 Atla
Blvd., Atlantic Beach. Dinn
at 5 p.m., and the show star
8 p.m. Call 249-0202 for i

Seafood festival: The C
Atlantic Seafood Festival wi
held at the Sea Walk Pavilic
Jacksonville Beach. There
be seafood, music, arts
crafts, rides, and games.
249-3972 for information.

Sunday, March
Church homecoming: I
Valley Baptist Church will
its homecoming at 9:30 a.r
4890 Palm Valley Road, P
Vedia Beach. A fellowship
will follow, and everyone is
come. Call 285-2447 for ii

Meditation and dhai
Carol Lutker will give a tal
meditation and dharma
10 to 11:30 a.m. at Cc
Moon Center's Sky Studio,
First St., Neptune Beach.
386-246-4092 for informant

ArtFusion: "ArtFusion
Families" is held from noc
4 p.m. at the Jackson
Museum of Modem Art, 33
Laura St., Jacksonville.
Ashlie Johnson at 366-6
extension 207, for mforma

Major Author Program
part of the Major Au
Program of the Friends ol
Library-Ponte Vedra Bi
Khaled Hosseini, author of
Kite Runner," will speak at
p.m. at the University of N
Florida's, Fine Arts CE
Lazzara Theatre. A backs
reception for the author w
held at 6 p.m., and there w
a book-signing immediately'
lowing the presentation.
904-242-0440 for ticket

S Cancer Society: The
American Cancer Society will
hold a committee rally from
5 in 5:30 to 7 p.m. at Mundo Grill in
3ary Jacksonville Beach. The rally is
for open Jto anyone interested in
working on the planning com-
mittee for the Oct. 14 "Making
ion: Strides Against Breast Cancer"
can at the Sea Walk Pavilion. Call
area 249-0022 for information.
p.m. Femmes. 892: Le Petit Salon
ucts des Huit Chapeauxet Quarante
aner Femmes 892 will meet at 7:30
calls, p.m. at Ocean Beaches'
ides American Legion Post 129,
lics, 1151 S. 4th St., Jacksonville
tel- Beach. A formal initiation will
may be conducted. Call 242-0042 for
270- information.

Tuesday, March 21
den- Senior workshop:, Edward
Ace Jones Investment representa-
ilvd- tive offers free senior workshops
ter), .at 10 a.m. at 13171 Atlantic,
. till Blvd., Suite 300. Reservations
ling are required. Call 221-8501.
NFACCA: The North Florida
Air Conditioning Contractors
side Association will meet from
.S., 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Ramada
d an Inn Mandarin, 3130 Hartley
till Road. The cost is $15 with
V.P. R.S.V.P., and $20 without. Call
783-3155 or e-mail niaccaCabell-
First south.net for information or to
will R.S.V.P.
rary, Democratic club: The
edra Beaches Democratic Club will
:me. meet at 6:30 p.m. at the
Sfor Neptune Beach Days Inn, 1401
Atlantic Blvd. (across from
Publix). Rod Smith, one of two
of top Democratic candidates for
& governor and current Florida
1 to. ttt genator,- i,.the feat.ed,
east speaker. Call Peyton Hopkins at
pod. 249-9550 for information.
rma- Book signing: Florida mys-
tery writer Randy Wayne White
will be at The Bookmark at 7
class pin. to read from and sign
n. at copies of his new book "Dark:
n of Light." Call 241-9026 for infor-
I St., nation.
For Welnesd ay, March
shlie 22
sion Diabetes workshop: Coa\tal
nson Care Medical Center &
F.O.R.M.E. Rehabilitation will
present an, educational work-
St. shop about diabetes at 10909-9
will Atlantic Blvd., Jacksonville.
gion Lunch will be provided. Call
Intic 642-3304 to register or for more
ier is information.
rts at
nfor- DAR: The United Daughters
of the Confederacy will meet at
11 a.m; at :the Selva Marina
7reat Country Club. Hugh Palmer of
ll be the Mandarin Museum is the
)n in speaker. Visitors are welcome.
will Call 223-3025 for information.
and .
Call Thursda, March

SGarden club: The Ribault
19 Garden Club, 705 2nd Ave. N.,
Palm Jacksonville Beach, will offer a
hold program on roses. The public is
m. at invited. Call 246-4641 for infor-
onte nation.
wel- Friday, March 24
nfor- Fish fry;, Fleet Reserve
S Association Branch 290 will
r' have a fish fry from 5 to 8 p.m.
rma: at 390 Mayport Road, Atlantic
k on Beach. The cost is $8. Call 246-
from 6855 for information or to
obalt place a take-out order.
217: ,
Call' Red Hat Foxes: The Red Hat
ion. Foxes will meet at 5:30 p.m. at
Outback Steakhouse, J. Turner
for Butler and A1A, Jacksonville
:n to Beach. Call 285-3505 toR.S.V.P.
13 N. Book club: The Red Hat
Call Foxes Book Club will' meet at 7
5911, p.m. at Books-A-Million.
Parrot Heads Parrot Heads in
i: As Natural Settings (PHINS) of
ithor Jacksonville will have a.
F the "Gumbo Weekend" today and
each,. March 25. The event starts with
"The a check in/meet and greet at 7
7:30 p.m. at Hooter's at Jacksonville
lorth Landing. There will be a gumbo
enter cooking contest March 25 from
stage 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., with tasting
ill be from 2 to 3 p.m. and awards at
illbe 3 p.m. A weekend package is
y fol- $35 per person. For informa-
Call tion, call Mark Renfroe at 771-
s or 6890 or Barbara Shartran at

Saturday March

Smokin' Red Hats: The
Smokin' Red Hat Ladies of VFW
3270 will have a luncheon at 2
p.m. at Lynch's Irish Pib, 514
N. 1st St., Jacksonville Beach.
Call 241-8008 or 242-0042 for

Sunday, March 26
Daughters of the
Confederacy: The Mattie T.
Wright Chapter of the United
Daughters of the Confederacy
will meet at 11 a.m. at Selva
Marina Country Club. Hugh
Palmer from the Mandarin
Museum is the speaker. Visitors
are welcome. Call 223-3025 for

ArtFusion: "ArtFision for
Families" is held from noon to'
4 p.m. at the Jacksonville
Museum of Modem Art, 333 N.
Laura St., Jacksonville. Call
Ashlie Johnson at 366-6911,
. extension 207, for information.

Tuesday, March 28
Lecture: Paul Rusesabagina,
the hero of the Rwandan geno-
cide portrayed, in "Hotel
Rwanda," will speak at 7 p.m. at
Jacksonville University's
Swisher Gymnasium. Tickets:
are $5 per person. Call 256-
7520 for information.

Full Circle: Full Circle, a sup-
port group for those caring for
their elderly parents, will meet
at 7 p.m. at the Council on
Aging Coastal Community
Center, 180 Marine St., St.
Augustine. Call Diane Longo at
904-823-4815 for information.
SWIanpsdsa, March

Automotive recycling work-
shop: The Florida Department
of Environmental Protection
will sponsor a workshop on
automotive .recycling. Visit
motiveRecyclers.htm for infor-

Thursday, March

Women's partnership: The
Beaches Women's Partnership
will meet from 3 to 4 p.m. at
, ,6000-A, .Sawgrass .Villqge.rive1

across hom Publix in Ponte
Vedra Beach. 273-4795.

Townhall meeting: A town-
hall meeting titled "Democracy
and Security: Are They In
Conflict?" will be held from 7
to 9 p.m. at the Florida Times
Union Auditorium, One
Riverside Blvd., Jacksonville.
Admission is free. 904-591-
7634. '

Friday, March 31
Springing the Blues: The
14th Annual Springing the
Blues Festival will be held from
5 to 10 p.m. today, noon to 10
p.m. April 1, and noon to 8
p.m. April 2 at the Sea Walk
Pavilion in Jacksonville Beach.
In addition to music, there will
be barbecue and seafood, kids'
activities, and an arts and crafts
show. 249-3972.

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Sarah Ann Whitlock

Jerry Campion, 93, of
Jacksonville Beach,died March
Family members include his
wife, Stella; daughter and son-
in-law, Dorothy and Kirk
Alcorn; grandsons, Jamie
Alcorn and Miah and his wife
Alli Alcorn and three great-
grandchildren, Jhade, Jacob,
Owen and baby number four
on the way.

Stephen R. Capps, 57, of
Jacksonville, and formerly of
Brunswick died Sunday, March
12 following a long battle with
cancer. He was born Oct. 22,
1948 in Connelly's Springs,
NC. He was a 1.966 graduate of
GIynn Academy. He was an
avid.golfer, loved to go fishing
and ride his Harley.
He was preceded in death by
his'mother, Helen Capps Soper.
Family members include
longtime friend, Laura
Robinson; father, Chan Capps;
stepmother, Winifred.' Capps;
two children, Jason- Smith of
St.-'Simrions Island, and Marie
Yaricey (Allen) of Pelham, GA;
brother, David Capps (Carolyn)
of Fernandina Beach; two sis-
ters, Pam Capps Allred (Jim) of
Ponte Vedra Beach, and
Chandra Capps Casorh-j6ey) of
St. Simons Island;. two step-sis-

'Upcoming programs for sen-
iors at the Palm Valley
Community Center will focus
on senior fitness and the coun-
ty's recycling program.
On Tuesday, March'21, Rafe
Hewett with the St. Johns
County Health Department
will discuss the benefits, of
being fit while edrphasizing fit-
ness needs of ,those 6.0 and
Chris Benjamin with St.
Johns County will talk about
recycling on Thursday, March
Each program is scheduled
11 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at the
center,'148 Canal Blvd., Ponte
Vedra. Admission is free and
the public is invited.
For information or to make a
reservation for lunch at noon

of Jacksonville Beach; grand-
daughter, Sandra (Ahmad)
Rivera of St. Augustine; 4 great-
grandsons; 8 great-great-grand-
children; 10 brothers and sis-
Private services were held.
Services under the direction
of Quinn-shalz Funeral Home.

A short visitation and Mass
will be held 11 a.m., Thursday
in Quinn-Shalz, A Family
Funeral Home, with the
Reverend William Kelly, office
eating. Interment will follow ir
the Garden of Honor, in the
Beaches Memorial Park o
Atlantic Beach.
Services under the direct
tionof Quinn-Shalz Funera

ters, Andrea Kennison (David)
of Naples, Fl, and Anita Jones ;
of Brunswick; three grandchil-
dren,. Avery Smith, Tyler
Yancey, and Elana Yancey; two
nephews, Paul Manning
(Nikki) and, Brian Thompson;
niece, Amber Fiveash (ason)
and a grand-nephew, Jase'
A memorial service was held
Tuesday in the Chapel ,of
Quinn-Shalz, A Family Funeral
In.lieu of flowers, the family
requests memorial contribu-
-tions to the .Community
SHospice at the Earl B. Hadlow
Center, 4266 Sunbeam Road,'
Jacksonville, Fl 32257.
.Services under the direction
of Quinn-Shalz.

Lota Louise Hutson Floyd:

Lota Louise Hutson .Floyd, Jacksonyille; nephew, ,Ted
87, died March 7, 2006. She '(Mary) Richardson, of, Ft.
was born to William D. Hutson Myers; niece, Vivian (George)
and Katie B. Pitts on July 8, Bernard,, of Winter Park,;
She,V6:s preceded in0'de' ono, e.
her"-:' husband, Theodore nieces and nephews; sister-in-
"Teedie" R. 'Floy.d, daughter, law,.Pat Hutson, of Green Cove
Kafheririe, Floyd Baker and. Spring; a friend .Edna Fletcher,
granddaughter, Tanya Floyd, Ross,' of Jacksonvillej 22 grand-
She and Captain Teddie children. and, 34, great-grand-
Floyd, .lived in- Old East children and 8 great-great
Mayport where they were. in grandchildren, each and every-
the commercial' fish and one being very special to-her.
shrimp business..After raising Visitation was held'Tuesday
her family she went to work for in' Quinn-Shalz, A Family
the city of Jacksonville, where Funeral Home. Funeral Services
she worked until the age of 74. will be held 11 a.m. today,
She always enjoyed many,good Wednesday, In the St. John's
friends over the years and will the Baptist.Catholic Church, of.
be remembered by ,all for wel- Atlantic Beach, with Reverer)d
coming everyone to her home, Joseph Meehan officiating.
and being a truly good friend, 'Interment will follow in the
according. to family. Beaches Memorial Park of
SFamily'members include her Atlantic Beach.
daughters, Sandra (Ned) Tuttle, In lieu of flowers the family
of Mayport, and Marcella requests donations be made to
(Cecil) Butler, of St. Augustine; ,St. John's the Baptist Catholic
Sons, Sidney (Ruth) Floyd, of Churcfi, '2400 Mayport. R.d,
Melrose .and. Samuel (Saridra) Atlantic Beach, FL 32233.
Floyd, of Jacksonville; brother, Services under the direction
Joseph G. (Evelyn) Hutson, of of Quinn-Shalz Funeral Horie.

James Randall Jackson .

James 'Randall Jackson, 48,
died suddenly at his home the
evening, of March 11, 2006, He
wias a resident of Neptune
Beach and a native of Atlanta.
He was a veteran of the United
States Navy, and loved his fam-
ily, his friends, his work, music,
fishing and the sea, according
to family.
Family members include his
wife Cindy; son, Jeremy;
daughters, Amanda and
Rebecca all of Neptune Beach;
siblings, Carolyn Ogburn,
Dianne Steele, Anita Furman,.

Wayne Jackson,.Sherri Jacksori
and Melanie Fleeman and a
large -extended family in. the
metro Atlanta area.
'A memorial service will be
held 1. lpm., Friday, March 17
in the Fortified Hills Baptist
Church, 4705 East Paulding.
Drive Dallas, Georgia 30157.,
A .memorial service in the
Beaches area will- be held at"a
later date. The family requests
.that you hug someone you
-love in memory.
'Services under the direction
of Quinin-Shalz Funeral Home.

call 280-3233.
Also at the center, a live auc-
tion open to the public is
scheduled noon to 2 ,p.m.
'Thursday, April 6, with pto-,
ceeds helping fund -an arts and
crafts program for elders..
To donate a new or slightly
used item to be,auctioned off,
call 280-3233 or bring the itemi
to 148 Canal Blvd. between 10
a.m. and 2 p.m. Tuesdays and
The initial meeting, to learn
more about the 'life-style
change using the' Macrobiotic
Way to Health will be held at
the Neptune Beach Senior
Activity Center on Monday,
March 13 at 2 p.m.
Call Mary Jeanne at 242
2702 or Tom at 249 3138 If you
cannot attend this meeting but



Prudence L. Mitchell, 54,
died March 6, 2006. She was a
native of Mayport. Born Dec.
22, 1951, she graduated from
Douglas Anderson Sr. High
School in1971. She retired
from the Mayport Ferry in
1989 after many years of serv-
ice. She loved the holiday sea-
sons, decorating her home for
all the neighbors to enjoy. She
served on the St. Paul's AME
Church trustees board for
many years.
Family members include her
husband, Raymond J. Mitchell;
daughters, Josephine "Denise"
Clark and Vickie Alvisha
Griffin; son, Raymond Joseph
Mitchell, Jr.; grandsons, Eric

:would like to have input or
suggest an alternate meeting
time/date, The Center is
located at 2004 Forest Avenue
in Neptune Beach.
The .Neptune Beach Senior
Activity Center in cooperation
with AARP Tax-Aide is offering
free tax preparation and elec-
tronic tax filing for middle-
and low-income tax payers
with special attention to those
ages 60 and older. This assis-
tance is being offered every
Friday through April 14 from
noon to 4 p.m.
The center is located at 2004
Forest Avenue, or call 270-1688
to register in advance.
Attend Opening Day with
the Jacksonville Suns Baseball
Team on.Thursday, April 6 for
$30 per person. Reservations
are a must. Call 270-1688.

Mitchell, Freddie Griffin,
Raymond Mitchell, Jr. IHl and
Armani Mitchell; granddaugh-
ter, Staniqua D. Clark; special
child Alex Brooks, Jr.; 5 broth-
ers; 3 sisters; mother-in-law,
Mary Mitchell and a host of
nieces, nephews, cousins and
many friends.
Visitation was held from 6 to
8 p.m., Friday, March 10 in
Quinn-Shalz, A Family Funeral
Home. Funeral Sernices were
held Saturday in the St. Paul's
AME Church of Mayport.
Interment followed in Beaches
Memorial Park, of Atlantic
Services under the direction
of Quinn-Shalz Funeral Home.

Walter Joseph Nealing, Jr.

Walter Joseph Nealing, Jr., 75
ofJackspn\ille Beach, died fol-
lowing a brief illness on March
9, 2006 in the Baptist Medical
Center-Beaches. He was born
Jan. 1, 1931 in Bronx,, New
York and rioved to Jacksonville
in 1953 from Erie, PA.
He served in the U.S. Army
as part of the Airborne Special
Operations Forces and was a
retired electrical engineer.
Family members include his
wife, Doris K. Nealing; sons,
Walter C. (Debbie) Nealing and
Gene (Diane) King; daughters,
Patty (Mitch) Nixon and Sue

(Willie) Delcher; brothers,
Peter Nealing .and Mike
Nealing; sisters, Jane
Kirkpatrick and Judy Powell
and 7 grandchildren.
Funeral services were held
Saturday in the Chapel of
Quinn-Shalz, A Family Funeral
Home with the Reverend
William Kelly, officiating.
In lieu of flowers, memorial
donations may be made to the
American Cancer Society.
Services under the direction
of Quinn-Shalz Funeral Home.

Louis R. Wyrick "Wolfie"

Louis R. Wyrick "Wolfie", 55,
of Jacksonville, died Saturday,
March 4, 2006 at Kindred
Hospital in Green Cove Springs.
Family members include his
wife of 35 years, Martha, and
their daughter, Katherine
(Katie), and his brother 'Ronald
G. Wyrick Jr. and wife Karen,
Corbin, K'Y.
,, Other family members
include -Pauline and Nick
Barela, Bill arnd Leslie Salinski,
Jim 'Salinski, Bobby Salinski,

Phyllis Jobe, and a host of other
family members.
He is preceded in death by his
parents, Ronald and Maxine
Wyrick, and his mother-in-law
Myrtle Salinski.
Services were held March 7
with Reverend Murphy of First
Baptist Church officiating.
Interment- will be in the
Springfield Cemetery Annex of
Springfield, GA.
Arrangements by Quinn-
Shalz Funeral Home.

Sarah Ann Whitlock, 23,
died March 11, 2006 in
Jacksonville as the result of a
violent crime. She was born
May 1, 1982 in Miami and
moved to Ponte \edia Beach in
1992 from Franklin, TN.
She enjoyed painting, draw-
ing, surfing, yoga and playing
the guitar. She was a 2000 grad-
uate of the Providence School
and was currently pursuing her
nursing degree at F.C.C.J. She
was employed as a nursing
assistant at Solantic and
planned to enter the medical
mission field in Costa Rica fol-
lowing graduation. She was
also a member of St. Paul's


Catholic Church of Riverside.
Family members include her
parents, Gary and Paula
Whitlock of Ponte Vedra
Beach; brother, Craig Whitlock
of Ponte Vedra Beach and
grandparents, William and
Ruby Ramsour of Okeechobee,
Wilma Whitlock of
Jacksonvi ll e, Audrey
Baltuskonis of Ft.
Lauderdale,and J.P. Johnson of
Greenville, MS.
Visitation will be held from 6
to 8 p.m., Saturday, March 18in
the Chapel of Quinn-Shalz, A
Family Funeral Home. A serv-
ice celebrating her life will be
conducted at 2 p.m., Sunday,
March 19 on the Pavilion of
the Sawgrass Beach Club with
the Reverend Glen Reece and
the Reverend Spike Hogan,
In honor of and as a final
tribute to her, everyone is
requested to wear flip-flops to
In lieu of flowers, memorial
contributions may be made to
the City Rescue Mission, 426 S.
McDuff Avenue, Jacksonville,
FL 32254.
Services under the direction
of Quinn-Shalz Funeral Home.

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1y the St. Tohns Fiver in our dockside eating area
Hot & Cold Prepared Dishes Fresh Fish & Shrimp Bastets
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JB registers

children for

annual .egg

hunt at park

The City of Jacksonville
Beach will host its 23RD annual
Easter egg hunt at 11 a.m. on
April 8, at Tall Pines Park, located
at North 9th Ave.
The (hunt is open to toddlers-
2 & under, 3 & 4 year olds, 5 &
6 year oldcs, 7 & 8 year olds
The egg hunt will be limited
to 110 children. Registration is
required. Registration for
Jacksonville. Beach residents
continues through Friday,
March 17. If spaces are still avail-
able others may register March
20 through Friday, March 31.
SThe Egg Hunt is free to all par-
ticipants. Bring a bag or basket
to carry eggs in. '
Prizes will be awarded in each
category for prize eggs.
Parents.are asked to accompa-
ny small children or toddlers,
othenyise parents
are to remain on the sidelines
while children collect eggs.

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Nora Mae Brooks, 80, died
March 9, 2006 at her residence
in Atlantic Beach. She was born
and raised in Clintwood, Va
and moved to Atlantic Beach
in. 1970. She was a member of
Freewill Baptist Church in
Clintwood, VA.
Family members include her
daughter, Dorothy (Pete) Ray

Jerry Campion

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March 15.2006

McDonough claims

Miss Fletcher 2006

he theme of the this year's Miss Fletcher
pageant was "One Moment In Time," and
Sfor Bree Michelle McDonough time stood
McDonough, a junior, captured the title of
Miss Fletcher 2006 Friday at the Fletcher audito-
"I knew I could possibly make the court when
I received the other awards, MlcDonough said.'
"It was all surreal. I was in shock. Being
crowned Miss. Fletcher didn't become a reality
until I woke up Saturday morning and saw the
crown, the sash and all of the beautiful flowers."
.; In addition to being crowned Miss Fletcher,
McDonough, who was sponsored by varsity
baseball; received the Most Photogenic, Most
Talented and the Best Interview awards.
In the talent contest, she performed a rhyth-
mic gymnastic ribbon dance to "Diamonds are
a Girl's Best Friend" from the film "Moulin
Rouge" and "Diamonds from Sierra Leone" by
singer Kanye West.
She is the 16-year-old daughter of Gary and
Sherry McDonough. Her mother has been
teaching foreign language at Fletcher High for
the past 20 years and has been taking her
daughter to the Miss Fletcher pageant since she
was 6 'ears old.
"I knew Bree had a strong talent, but the
other awards were amazing," Sherry said,
Bree McDonough has a history of rhythmic
gymnastics competitions. She placed second at
the Rhythmic Gymnastics Junior Olympics and
she won the National Junior Championship
Level 9.
She moved up to the USA National Team and,
by the time she was 12 years old, she won six
, gold metals at the Santa Domingo Junior Pan
Am Games in the Dominican Republic.
McD enough attended San Pablo Elementary
School and was a member of the safety patrol.
Once her rhythmic gymnastic dancing
became more competitive, she began to travel

internationally and was home schooled.by her
mother until the eighth grade when she entered
Fletcher Middle School and joined the Infinity
Competition Cheer Squad.
."Two of my goals for high school were to be
in the pageant and become a varsity cheer-
leader," said McDonough, who cheers for
Fletcher and is a member of Fletcher's Dance
Ensemble Competition Team.
"I'm so glad I did the pageant," she said.
."I got. to know so many new people. The
other contestants were really sweet."
The reigning Miss Fletcher plans on compet-
ing in the Miss Senior High pageant next fall.
After graduating from high school,
NMcDonough said she would like to attend the
University of Florida and major in business and
minor in design. She plans to become an event
planner. She'holds a 4.593 grade-point average
at Fletcher.
The first runner-up was Jamilah Batteh
Brown, who received the Academic
Achievement Award with a 4.833 GPA. Second
runner-up was Lindsay \Viegmann, who was
named Miss Congeniality, an award voted onby
her peers. Third runner-up was Alex Nunziante.
Ashley Sweat was the fourth runner-up.
Best in Modeling was presented to Lindsay
Bissell. Jenna Janson received the Most
Advertisements Sold Award. The Humanitarian
Award was presented to Carolyn Coppedge and
Samantha Goulet.
Other award-winners were Nlaura Kelly 1Most
Professional); Haley McGill (Metamorphosis
Award); and Kristen Tuttle IDirector's Award).
The crowning of Miss Fletcher, a school tradi-
tion since 1963, is based on a composite score.
The academic achievement portion is worth
10 percent. Career wear and formal wear model-
ing together are worth 30 percent. The talent
portion of the competition, also worth 30 per-
cent, was held March 3. The interview competi-
tion, also 30 percent, was held Feb. 1. A total of
36 girls competed in the 43rd annual event.
Diana Kelly Anderson and Mary Haves have
directed the Miss Fletcher Pageant since 1997.
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Bree, McDonough, a varsity cheerleader, captured the 43rd annual Miss Fletcher pageant Friday
night. The junior honors student was also voted Most Photogenic, Most Talented and Best
Interview. McDonough is a former national champion in rhythmic gymnastics. She will represent
Fleicher in the Miss Senior High pageant next fall. More photos on A-10.

'Papa' celebrates 100th birthday

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Bias "Papa" Baraoidan cradles his great-grandchildren, Skylar (left) and Matthew, earlier this
year. Baraoidan, a retired forester from the Philippines, came to Florida in 1972 to live with his
daughter, Grace Dancel. She hosted a birthday party for her father March 4 that drew 275 peo-

There are certain disadvan-
tages to growing old;
Hearing loss is one. High-
blood pressure is another.
But Bias "Papa" Baraoidan
isn't knocking it.
The venerable Atlantic
Beach resident turned 100
years old on Feb. 1.
"Papa is in great health. He
is still able to read without
glasses and communicates very
clearly," said his oldest grand-
son, Mike Dancel.
"He has seen a lot of changes
In his time."
A native of the Philippines,
Baraoidan worked in a salmon
cannery'in Alaska in the 1920s,
survived the Japanese occupa-
tion of his country during
World War II, and earned a
master's degree in forestry
from the IUniversity of
Baraoidan came to Atlantic

Beach in 1972 to live with his
daughter, Grace Dancel, and
her Navy husband, Phil.
A retired forester for the
International Hardwood and
Veneer Co. of the Philippines,
Baraoidan had a new job
description when he came to
the states: baby-sitter.
"Michael was only a week
old when he got here," recalled
Grace Dancel, who also grew
up in the Philippines and
spent 22 years as a civilian
accountant at Mavport Naval
"My husband and I both
worked at the base, so Papa
took care of the kids during the
day. He had dinner cooked
when we got home."
The Dancels have four
grown children, three boys
and a girl, and Baraoidan
watched them all grow up as a
stay-at-home granddad.
Two of those grandkids had
babies of their own last year,
making Baraoidan a great-

"His oldest brother lived to
be 94, so he has longevity in
his family," said Grace, who
also credits her father's
Catholic faith for his centenar-
ian status.
"He says the rosary every
day. When he was stronger, he
would say the rosary on his,
knees. He is always praising
the Lord."
Baraoidan is a fixture at 11
a.m. Sunday mass at St. John
the Baptist Catholic Church in
Atlantic Beach, where he is still
a member of the Knights of:
He was a frequent sight on
the sidewalks of his Royal
Palms neighborhood until his
"We stopped letting him
walk alone when he turned
95," said Grace, whose mother
died in the Philippines.
"He used to say, 'Can't I at
least walk down to the barber
shop.' "

astor says food facilitates fellowship
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fellowship and sharing
meals go hand in hand
at many churches.
SPalm Valley Baptist Church
S in Ponte Vedra is one of sev-
eral local churches that
schedules dinner for the con-
S gregation with other church
activities every Wednesday
Once a month, the
Wednesday dinners there are
covered dish suppers and a
regular contributor to the
dinners is Re\. Jeff Witt, the
,church's pastor.
Witt said one of his prede-
cessors began. having church
dinners on a regular basis as
ray to tinite the congrega-
on It's a practice he has
also encouraged in' the year
and a.half he has been at the
"People who are connected
lift each other up arid share
,their Christian walk togeth-
er," said Witt.,.:
Food is one of the things

That make this possible. Just
having people come together
Sin a room does not always
make it easy for them to talk
and become connected in
fellowship. The act of sitting
down together to eat is, a,
good way to facilitate fellow-
ship within a congregation,
he said.,
Along with contributing to
church dinners, Witt also
S'cooks frequently at home for
his wife, Abigail, and their
two daughters, 8-year old
Betty and 6 year-old Macy.
Like many people, Witt
said that he learned to cook.
out of necessity. In. his early
20s, he and a friend shared
an apartment in San Marco.
Neither of the two' young
men knew how to even

begin to cook, but they did
like to eat.
\Vitt was a true novice in:
the kitchen who had never.
paid attention to how his
mother prepared family'
Meals when he was growing
up in Arlington.
Even cookbooks and
recipes weren't of much help.
to him since he was not
familiar with the names of
kitchen equipment or the
techniques used in basic
"The apartment had a gas
stove which didn't work very
well. It's a miracle we didn't
bibrn the place down," he
Through trial and error,
Witt gradually began to have
some success at preparing
food that turned out pretty
well. He soon found that
several friends, who were
always hungry, were ready to
stop by the apartment on a
regular basis to try whatever
came out of the kitchen.
Cooking almost became
entertainment for the group,

he said, as he tried to dupli-
cate food they had liked
when they were eating out
around town.
A Christmas gift of a crock
pot from his mother opened
a new area to explore. Soups,
stews, chili, and hearty dish-
es such as Polish sausage and
sauerkraut and Italian meat-
balls were just some of.the
possibilities using the crock
pot. An added bonus, he
said, was that he and his
roommate realized that they
.were saving on their food
Witt, who worked in com-
mercial art before becoming
a minister, has found in
more recent years that cook-
ing is a relaxing change of
pace from his daily:responsi-
bilities. Cooking is in a way
similar to his work in com-
mercial art, he said, in that
both are tasks with, specific
steps resulting in a visible
finished product.


Rev. Jeff Witt, Pastor of Palm Valley Baptist Church, enjoys
cooking for his family and for the covered dish suppers at the

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pnoto suomlnicl
U.S. Navy Cmdr. Deirdre McLay, Capt. Charles King and Jacksonville Mayor John Peyton at the Mayport Council of the Navy
League meeting Thursday, Feb. 17, at Mayport Naval Station. Peyton was on hand to meet McLay, captain of the USS Farragut, a
new destroyer to be commissioned June 10 at Mayport Naval Station. King is Mayport's commanding officer.

SFortheKids .

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 chil-
dren ages 1-3 and $5.50 for all
others. Call 642-2688 for
UM LOFT is a multi-genera-
tions learning environment
that offers 16 hands-on sta-
tions for children and adults
to explore the concepts in
modern and contemporary
Start. Entry is free with paid
entrance to the Jacksonville
Museum of Moder Art.
Children are admitted free
every Sunday for family Free
Day at 333 Hemming Plaza in
downtown Jacksonville. Hours
of operation are 11 a.m. 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 playday
classes Tuesday to Saturday in
Jacksonville Beach and Ponte
Vedra Beach for children from
birth to age 7. For
Kindermusik, a music and
movement program for all
ages, children are divided by
age group. Playday is for walk-
ers to 26 months old and
includes parachute play,
climbing and musical activi-
ties. Preschool children and
up attend without parents.
One trial class is free. Call
249-3828 for information or
visit www.heartsong-km.com.
Sthe Cummer Museum of Art &
Gardens in Jacksonville con-
tains hands-on, high-tech and
low-tech interactive exhibits
that encourage physical activi-
ty and quiet contemplation.
W. alk through a painting, cre-

Botball event

on Saturday

The Florida Regional Botball
Tournament will be held
SSaturday at the University of
North Florida.
Ten teams will be competing
on campus from 10 a.m. to 3
p.m. at the Andrew A.
Robinson Jr. Student Life
SCenter, building 14, in rooms
Local teams participating
include Bishop Kenny,
Episcopal, Fletcher, Mandarin,
Robert E. Lee and Terry Parker
S high schools, The Bolles School
and Landrum and Mayport
middle schools.
The tournament is the con-
cluding event for a sedlen-week
S educational robotics program
featured in 13 different regions
across the country, providing
students and teachers alike
S with the opportunity to work
with state-of-the-art robotics
equipment not normally avail-
able to pre-college students.
The competition challenges
students to design and build
S autonomous robots whose per-
formance and survival capabil-
ities are demonstrated in a
unique Botball game.

ate patterns with dance, make
a collage, listen to a sculpture,
or paint with a virtual paint-
brush. The museum is located
on the north bank of the St..
Johns River at 829 Riverside
Ave., phone 356-6857. Hours
are 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday
and Thursday, 10 a.m. to 5
p.m. Wednesday, Friday and
Saturday, and noon to 5 p.m.
CENTER offers its popular
program for parents and chil-..
dren, FUN! (Find
Understanding in Nature), on.
the third Saturday of each
month at 10 AM. For a fee of
$10 families discover easy
ways to invite wildlife into
their back vards.
Tree Hill's butterfly house
gives visitors a close encounter
with butterflies. Animal
Encounters, in which visitors
can learn about and touch
several small animals, can be
arranged by.calling Tree Hill at
724-4646 and asking for the
naturalist. Tree Hill is at 7152
Lone Star Road and is open 8
a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday
through Saturday. Admission
is $1 for children up to 18
years and $2 for adults.
of the Jacksonville Public
Library, 600 Third St.,
Neptune Beach also has chil-
dren's activities. Call 241-1141
and press 4 for children's
activities and 5 for the chil-
dren's reference desk.
MOMMY & ME for ages 6
months to 2-1/2 years features
songs, parachute games, finger
play, rhythm band music and
a way to meet other parents or
grandparents while having fun
with your child. Offered
beginning in September at
Nancy Dance Studio. For
information, call 241-8349 for
several playgroups for tod-
dlers. Classes begin in the fall.
For information, call 247-

CENTER, 738 Fourth Ave. S.,
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activities for kids, including
karate, tutoring and games.
group meets regularly at Isle of
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next to Alimacani Elementary
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Younger, meet as follows:
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high school sweethearts, were

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Cooking is also an impor-
tant component of family
life for Witt. He and his wife
share the cooking duties,
with Witt taking care of din-
ner on several weeknights.
This is also an activity they
can share with their daugh-
ters. Betty, the older of the
girls, likes to help make
lasagnas and Macy prefers to
help with stirring and some-
what easier tasks.
Witt and the girls recently
baked a birthday cake for
Abigail Vitt's birthday, a
multi-layered yellow cake
frosted by the girls with
chocolate icing. Although
this was one of the first
cakes he had tried, everyone
agreed that it turned put
well, he said.
White Lasagna, one of his
wife's favorites, is a dish
Witt makes for the church
suppers and for the family.
Chicken cooked in butter
and cream cheese and sour
cream add extra flavor to the
ricotta filling in nis recipe
for lasagna.
Another family favorite is
meatloaf, which he makes
using his wife's recipe. Witt
uses whatever is on hand in
the pantry in recipes and
substitutes freely to see what
works well. The meatloaf is
good made just as his wife,s
recipe directs but is also
good with crushed potato
chips substituted for the
breadcrumbs. The girl's also
like it made with crushed
Goldfish crackers with sever-
al extra saved whole to gar-
nish the top of the meatloaf.
While Polish sausage and
sauerkraut is not one of his
family's favorites, this is a
dish Witt has liked since his
days cooking in San Marco.
The covered dish suppers
provide a good reason to
make a crock pot full of the
dish. He also makes
Enchiladas seasoned a little
more strongly than his fami-
ly prefers for the church sup-
pers. Whatever combination
of chopped onions, peppers,
jalapenos, or black olives
that in on hand is included
in the casserole.
The following are the recipes
for a few of the dishes Rev. Jeff
W'itt contributes to the covered

dish suppers at Palm Valley
Baptist Church.
White Lasagna
3 boneless and skinless
chicken breasts
Italian seasoning
Garlic salt
1 box lasagna pasta
1 lb. ricotta cheese
sour cream
cream cheese
1 Ig. jar of Alfredo sauce
shredded mozzarella
shredded Italian blend
one-quarter of a box of
frozen spinach
Saute the chicken in but-
ter. As it cooks, sprinkle with
garlic salt and Italian season-
ing to taste. Cut the cooked
chicken into bite size pieces
and set aside. To save time,
chicken from a purchased
rotisserie chicken can be
Cook lasagna noodles
according to package direc-
Combine the ricotta
cheese in a saucepan with a
couple T of cream cheese
and sour cream. Warm gen-
tly until ingredients blend.
To assemble lasagna:
Cover the bottom of the
baking dish with some
Alfredo sauce. Place a layer
of noodles over the sauce,
then a layer of ricotta, then
a layer of chicken then a
layer of sauce, then a layer
of shredded cheese.
Continue until all ingredi-
ents are completely used.
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well drained spinach to the
top layer of lasagna under
the last layer of shredded
Bake in a 350 degree oven
for 1 hour; have the lasagna
covered with foil for the first
45 to 50 minutes and uncov-
ered for the remaining time.
Remove from the oven and
let the lasagna set for several
minutes before cutting.
Large flour tortillas
1 lb. ground beef or pork
2 cans of enchilada sauce
optional: any combination
of chopped onions,
chopped green peppers,
diced tomatoes,
jalapeno peppers, and
sliced black olives
shredded cheese
Brown the meat in a skil-
let, seasoning with cumin
and adding any combina-
tion of vegetables on hand.
Save the black olives for the
top of the dish.
Using a lasagna pan, cover
the bottom of the pan with
some of the sauce. Roll a
generous amount of cooked
meat and vegetables in the
tortillas. Place the tortillas in
the pan and cover with more
enchilada sauce. Sprinkle the
top with the black olives if
desired. Cover with a gener-
ous amount of shredded
Cover the pan with foil
and bake in a 350 degree
oven for 20 minutes, taking
off the foil and bake for 10

Polish Sausage and
Fill a crock pot with polish
sausage and sauerkraut and
cook all day. Serve with
hoagie rolls if desired.

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Preckajlo sparks Senators comeback

Senior hits two HRs,

pitches in relief and

scores game-winner

It was the Justin Preckajlo
show at Fletcher High School
Monday evening as the
Senators clipped Providence,
12-11. The senior belted a pair
of solo home runs, came on in
relief to pitch two scoreless
innings, and capped things
off by scoring the game-win-
ning run in the bottom of the
eighth when he knocked the
ball loose from catcher Josh
Whitchurch in a collision at
the plate.
Of course, the extra-inning
drama probably wouldn't
have been necessary had
Fletcher not surrendered
seven first-inning runs to the
Stallions. Starting pitcher
Matt Crismon lasted just two-
thirds of an inning before
yielding to left-hander Brett
Caudill, who gave up a few
runs before the Senators final-
ly got out of the nightmare-
ish inning.
"In these non-district games
we try to give our relievers a
shot at starting," said Fletcher
coach Kevin Brown. "Some-
times it works out and some-
times it doesn't."
In the home half of the first
Fletcher began chipping away.
Preckajlo hit his first homer
of the night, then Jordan
Dowling lofted a bases loaded
sac fly to make it 7-2.
Patrick Braswell had an RBI
single in the second and
Fletcher drew even closer in
the third. After Devin

Gonzalez beat out an infield
hit and Sam Perry did like-
wise, both runners advanced
on stolen bases. Kevin Lehane
bounced into a fielder's
choice, plating Gonzalez.
Dowling clubbed an RBI dou-
ble and B... Chandler fol-
lowed with a run scoring sin-
gle to leave it at 7-6 after three

The Stallions (8-3) regained
momentum in the fourth as
Josh Reed smacked a two-run
double and Zane Thompson
launched a two-run HR to
leave it at 10-6 Providence.
Preckajlo hit his second
solo shot of the night in the
fourth, but after doubling off
the base of the fence Gonzalez
was picked off second to end
the threat. ,, ,,.
Tracy Shackleford's RBI dou-
ble off Fletcher reliever Sam
Darr in the fifth made it an
11-7 game.,
In the sixth, a pair of syalks

and a single loaded the bases
for the Senators (10-2) with
no outs. Gonzalez lifted a sac-
rifice fly to lett, then Braswell
scored on a passed ball. As
Fletcher stood poised for a big
inning, Brown substituted a
pinch-runner for Preckajlo,
who was on third, to allow
the right-hander to warm up
for pitching the seventh.
As the home half of the
sixth continued, Perry popped
out but Eric Bohn was able to
score on the play. Lehane
walked and took second on a
wild pickoff throw. Dowling
blooped a double to right and
Lehane dashed home to knot
the score at 11-all.
Preckajlo pitched a 1-2-3
seventh and eighth, recording
three strikeouts in the process.
He also led off the bottom of
the eighth by getting hit by a
pitch and advanced into scor-
ing position as Stallions reliev-
er Reed bounced one to the
plate. After Gonzalez popped
out to shallow left, Perry was
hit by a pitch.
Lehane followed with a fly
ball that had Providence cen-
ter fielder Michael Smith
reaching back and sprawling
to the turf to grab, enabling
Preckajlo to tag and make a
mad dash past third and to
the plate. The relay throw
actually beat Preckajfo home,
but a great headfirst slide to
the inside of the plate and a
jarring collision that separat-
ed Whitchurch from the ball
meant Fletcher had come all
the way back from an inauspi-
cious beginning to earn a 12-
11 extra-inning victory.
Each team pounded out 13
hits in the contest and the
Senators were aided by seven
Stallions errors. Preckajlo
picked up the victory while
Reed took the loss for

Prolo o/ ROB DeAflGELO
Senators batter Justin Preckajlo follows the flight of his ball on a first inning solo home run
Monday against Providence.

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ABOVE LEFT: Fletcher's Sam Perry slides into third base during action Monday night against Providence. Perry was tagged out while trying to advance on a sacrifice fly.
ABOVE RIGHT: Senators second baseman Patrick Braswell can't come up with the ball as Stallions runner Will Dorsey slides into second with a double. Fletcher won the game, 12-11 in eight innings.

Nease lacrosse continues to dominate

The Nease boys lacrosse team has .a solid
defense this season, as well as an explosive
offense. Craig Carson, a transfer from Long
Island who tops the Panthers in sconng, led
the way with five goals in Saturday's 17-4
win over Matanzas, a victory on Senior
Recognition Day that lifted Nease's record to
Carson leads Nease with
20 goals, followed by Jordy
McManus with 19. Bobby
Stockton has 13. In terms
of total points, including
assists, Stockton has 30,
McManus 24, Brett Angerer
20 and Stockton 18.
McManus got Nease
started at 10:17 of the first
quarter, taking the ball
away from Matanzas goal-
keeper Steven Chea and
putting it in an open net.
He scored four goals, tally- PANTHERS
ing twice more in the sec- PIRATES
ond quarter and once in
the third, and also had an
Stockton scored a hat trick for Nease, as
did Grant Walker, who completed his hat:
with four seconds. Each had an assist.
Angerer and Chris Scnvener scored one
goal each in the third quarter. Angerer had
three assists.
Jeff Ocampo scored three of the Matanzas


Carson had six goals in one game last
year, when he played for Clark High School
in Westbury, N.Y. He notched a hat trick in
the first quarter against Matanzas, then
added goals in the second and fourth peri-
Nease assistant coach Pete Kemp shared
the fact Carson became ill halfway through
the game. He stayed out for about four min-
utes, then came back and scored his final
two goals.
Coming from Long Island,
a f Saturday was Carson's first
game in hot weather, said
Kemp. The high temperature
was in the 80s.
Rob Bauwens, one of
Nease's four senior captains,
is a defensive stalwart on a
varsity featuring 10 seniors.
Bauwens put his finger on
what has helped the
Panthers this year, follow-
ing last season's 7-6 record.
17 "We have a great group of
S4 guys," Bauwens said of this
team. "I think this year
we've had really good team
bonding. The cliques and all the walls are
starting to break down. Everybody's starting
to come together."
Next up for Nease is Stanton Prep athome
Wednesday, followed by a trip Thursday to
Cocoa Beach, where the Panthers meet
Darien of Connecticut, ranked in the top 10
nationally. The boys play at Flagler Palm

Coast Saturday.
The Nease girls met St. Andrews of
Delaware Tuesday. Next for the girls is
Cushing of Massachusetts March 24.
There are two freshmen on this year's sen-
ior-dominated boys varsity: Angerer, a 57",
125-pound attack man, and 6'1", 165-
pound midfielder Matt Leighty.
"The freshman are the future," said
Bauwens. "\bu can't go wrong with them.
By giving these guys varsity playing experi-
ence; it's only going to make them better."
Angerer scored his third-quarter goal on a
fast break, after taking a pass from Stockton.
"He passed it to me, I saw the comer
open, so I went for it," Angerer said of his
12th goal.
"This team is great," he said. "I wouldn't
have asked for anything better. The bonding
outside the field, you can't go wrong with
that. Our practices are just so crisp, and that
goes into the game and gets us our Ws."
Angerer first played lacrosse in the Ponte
Vedra Athletic Association's program, head-
ed by Dan McAulifte.
"I learned how to play the game," he said.
"It was my first time ever picking up a
Carson compared lacrosse on Long Island
with lacrosse in Florida.
"It's like a lifestyle up there," Carson said.
"Down here it's much faster and more phys-
ical, where on Long Island it's a little more
slowed down. The ball's settled more.
There's not as much hitting. It's more
finesse up there, but down here it's more

Nease High midfielder Kevin Chapin looks to pass against
Matanzas High during action Saturday. The Panthers rolled to a
17-4 victory to improve to 6-1 on the season.

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Plenty of big drum at the jetties

Big drum at the jetties got
everyone's attention this week.
The sheepshead and redbass
were also strong at the jetties
last week.
The offshore fishing produced
good snapper and grouper from
the bottom and even a speedy
wahoo up top on a flat line.
Jetty guide Fred Morrow with
Gary Poletta and his wife Sandy
caught the largest drum report-
ed this-season. They caught 24
drum which included a 40-
pounder and a 50-pounder and
one that they couldn't lift in the
boat. Capt. Fred who, of course,
has caught a lot of big drum esti-
mated the big one at 95 pounds.
They also boated five redbass
(eight to 23 pounds) and three
sheepshead at five to eight
pounds. All of the drum were
caught on clams.
Surf fishermen will be pleased
to know the pompano have
reached Daytona Beach and
according to Larry "Fishman"
Finch should show up here in
about 10 days.
Sheepshead were hot at the jet-.
S ties last week. Capts. David King
and Mike Morris spent two
mornings along the north jetties
and caught their limit of
sheepshead to nine pounds on
each trip from the "Crust' Crab."
Last Monday morning James
Gergley and Mart Hamilton
aboard the "Head Hunter"'
caught 36 sheepshead with live
fiddlers. On Wednesday mom-
ing James fished the river not
too far from the Carrier basin
and netted 11 redbass, 18 trout
and three flounder.

Last Sunday morning Capt.
Chip Wingo on his "Shallow
Minded" brought home nine
speckled trout to three pounds,
seven fedbass to,26 inches and a
Matt Hamilton and Jonathan
Moran fished the creek near the
little jetties for eight flounder, six
redbass and eight trout.
Capt. Mike Morris with the
Booth party last Sunday at the jet-
ties pulled up Tour redbass to 30
inches, 17 trout, two sheepshesd
and five blues.
Capt. Dave Sipler, Ron Clark
and friend Peter Austria used live
shrimp in the Sister Creek area
and caught 30 speckled trout, five
yellowmouth and a sheepshead.
Ken and Debbie Hubbard
fished te .surf at P.V. and caught
20large whiting.
Larry "Fishman" Finch, his wife
Murphy, their daughter Laurie
and'mother-in-law Ruth \Vnian,
checked out the motorcycles and
fish at Daytona last Saturday. As
the tide started in that morning
Larry took his tackle and sand-
fleas to the beach. Fishing two

poles it wasn't long before he had
a cooler full of pompano and
Capt. Kirk Waltz last Saturday,
with Chris Huff and his daughters
Elishua and Tatum and nephew
Timmie on the "Enterprise" fished
the jetties for three redbass, 11
ringtails, three sheepshead to
seven pounds and four trout.
Earlier in the week, on
Wednesday, the Dale Bullard party
fished with Capt. Kirk and caught
11 redbass and two sheepshead at
the jetties.
Capt. Pat Purgason, his son Ty,
Roy Cox, Phil Puttback and Rick
Yanger took the "Down Pat" 50
miles offshore last Sunday for a
great trip.'The: morning started
off with two 12-pound grouper
and lots of beeliners and trigger-
fish: Later in the morning it was
more beeliners, two kings to 29
pounds and pinkeys.
Ty was watching the flat line
off the stem when a 20-pound
wahoo took, a Spanish sardine
and headed east. Ty had his sea-
son's first wahoo in 'about 10
Capt Denny Young with the
Ralph party last Sunday on his
"JawJacker' boxed 10 snapper, a
pair of grouper and eight floun-
George Bull Jr. fished last
Friday with his friend Steve

Danzig in the Pine Island area.
They used live shrimp to catch
12 yellowmouth and 14 drum.
There was plenty of action on
the "Mayport Princess" last
week. Grouper, snapper and big
beeliners made it to the cleaning
table after each trip.
On Monday, Pete Fore
weighed up a 23-pound grey
grouper and John Le Brun was
proud of his 24-pound grouper.
Richard Nunn had a 22-pound
snapper in his cooler.
On Saturday aboard the
"Princess,"; the Moore Electric
Company made the offshore trip
to the party grounds. Jonny
Moore had the largest fish of the
productive trip. He brought up a
24-pound snapper. Others had
snapper,'grouper and beeliners.
Rusty Borthwick and his
friend Tony Gray fished Lake
Kerr last Wednesday and caught
35 speckled perch.
Capt. Butch Garvin and
Dennis Young used live shrimp
under cork rigs and caught eight
redbass eight to 12 pounds and
10 keeper speckled trout along
the river bank near Sisters Creek
last week.
Capt. Dennis Young took
advantage of the great weekend
weather and with the anxious
Clement Hall party put their
Spanish' sardines down on the

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Pnohl u rr,,lle,
Richard Nunn with a 22-pound red snapper he caught aboard
the Mayport Princess March 6.

C.H. bottom last Saturday. They
iced down two grouper, 31
seabass and 41 flounder to six
pounds. The flounder were
caught on small cigar minnows.
On Sunday the Duane Smidt
party went on the "Sea Dancer"
with Capt. Dennis and brought
home seven snapper to 23
pounds, 15 seabass and 6 floun-
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Captain Roger caught this 72-pound tarpon off the golf ball in
Ponte Vedra in June of 1975.

Phtr.: ilDmninEd
Robert Murray, from Waycross, Ga.. caught this 25-pound red-
bass recently on the Jacksonville Beach Pier.

Jaguars revel in NFL peace agreement
peace,,,, .


:The age of miracles is appar-
ently not over. The NFL actual-
lv declared peace last week
between the Fat Cats and the
players union.
Praise Commissioner Paul
Tagliabue from whom all bless-
ings flow. Just when it looked
like these joy-spreading gentle-
,, men would not reach an agree-
ment on a new labor deal, even
at the point of a gun, the sun
broke through and the United
States Marines arrived to solve it
all.. .
SJaguars owner : Wayne,
Weaver, and a few of his allies
'among the other owners, final-
ly got a deal for six more years
of peace (?) and an extension of
the collective bargaining agree-
ment. The measure was finally
approved by a 30-2 vote. This

avoids what would have been a.
nightmare in 2007 a
uncapped'year in which clubs
could have lost their shirts.
A season without a salary cap:
would have led to chaos and
disaster. It could have been the
NFL version of the Wall Street.
collapse of: 1929.
So, regardless of those. who
still see problems, free agency
has begun. The best part for the
Jaguars and similar smaller-mar-
ket teams is that the bottom 17
teams in terms of revenue will
not have to kick into the pool.
That pool of money will be col-
lected from other teams on a
scale; the rich teams kicking in
the most, etc.
With that having been
cleared up, the next order'of
business for Mr. Weaver and
Paul Vance, the lags' senior
'honcho dealing with salary
caps and general football opera-

tons, is to get together with
James Harris, draft expert and
No. 1 overseer, along with
coach Jack Del Rio, and sign
some new blood.
The first signing has already,
taken place, with Jacksonville
shelling out a $10 million sign-
ing bonus to land cornerback
Brian Williams.
Since the dark ages began for
the Jaguars in 2000 the problem
has been overextension of
spending in the early days and a
salary cap squeeze that limited
player signing and develop-
ment. That's over now and with
plenty of room under the cap
it's time to find new talent.
Jimmy Smith and Fred Taylor
need help on offense and the
holes on defense have been
The signing of Williams
might be a big step in solving
some of those defensive woes.

They think he nught be the
long sought after corner 'mate,
for Rashean, Mathis, who
became' the best prize
Jackson\ille has come up with
in years .
The addition of former
Minnesota Vikings head coach
Mike Tice should be another big
step. As assistant head coach -
offense, Tice has all the back-
Sground to put a new look bn
that phase of Del Rio's attack.
Mr. Weaver tells us that;the
ties are off and he is charging,
in the old Arnold Palmer parl-
ance. Timid with the spending
by necessity in recent years,
now he wants better results on
the field. This doesn't mean -
we hope signing J.R. Soward
and his ilk.,
With labor intact thanks to
commissioner .Tags, the chal-
lenge now is solely in the lap of
Jolly Jack.


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Wednesday, March 15
FLETCHER at Orange Park, 6:30 p.m.'
FLETCHER atBolles, 5 p.m.
Stantoniat NEASE, 5:30 p.m.
Forrest at FLETCHER, 5 p.m.
Stanton atNEASE, 7 p.m.

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Bartram Trail at FLETCHER, 3:30 p.m.
NEASE at Darien High, 5:30 p.m.
NEASE at Sandalwood, 6:30 p.m.
St. Joe at FLETCHER, 6 p.m.

NEASE at Episcopal, 3 p.m

Friday, March 17
St. Augustine at NEASE, 7 p.m.
Mandarin at FLETCHER, 7 p.m.

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JAX BEACH. 5BR/2BA, 2300sf On 2 lots.
New roof, heat pump, plumbing & siding.
$465,000 OBO. 249-8637.

Jax Beach, east of 1st, only 2 homes from
beach Lovely triplex is always rented or
live In one and rent others...endless possi-
bilities, best price, per sq.ft., owner may
entertain secondary financing. $799,000.
Call (904)463-0343.
SOUTH JAX BEACH walk to the park or
to the beach. 3BR/2.5BA, bright, big kitch-
en, oversized lot, 2 car garage, tiled Flori-
da Room. PRICED TO SELL $399,900
Call Lori Lareau at Vanguard GMAC Real-
ty 868-7224
NEPTUNE BEACH,, Summer Sands
Townhouse, 2BR/2.5BA, new roof, plumb-
ing,. HardiBoard siding, paint. $260,000.
FSBO. Water access, 3BR/2BA, recently
renovaied- many upgrades 2-car garage,
huge GR w/FP, tiled Kitcnen' bairs.
$297,900 Currently rented $1300/mro.
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1340sf. Lot, 65'x102'. 391 Main St A B
241-8967. $229.000. as is. OPEN HOUSE
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w/cedar shake vinyl siding, hardwood
floors, 42" cabinets, granite, stainless
steel apple, lott. wired for office, master
suite w/tray calling, walk-in closet, double
vanity, whirlpool tub, sep. snower, large
lot and much morell Available April 2006.
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Realty Corp., 1904)962.6145.
BEACH HOME. Located at 1404 Declara-
tion Dr. This 3BR/2 5BA has oo much to
list. Asking $349.000. Call 1904)563-1516
SAWMILL LAKES, Brck beauty on lake &
preserve lot. 3200sf.. 5BR/3.5BA Wood
floors. 3 car side garage. Formal living-
room, dining room. Fireplace $649,900
DUPLEX, 1ST St. Neprune Beach. 500FT
TO BEACH. (2) modern 2BR, 1BA w/
porch. Ig lot. $629,000 Will co-op. By
appt. 246-9331 or (cell) 607-4766.
SI 3BR/2BA. New CH&A. hardwood
floors. 12'x24' enclosed porch. Large lot.
$194,000. 318-2900. 742-6227.
walk to Ocean $369,900 246-0126.

End unil w/fenced yard. 3BR'2.5BA,
1660-7 Beach Ave. 2150sl, beach access
across street. Kitchen Isle w/ceramic tile.
Wood burning fireplace, screened porch
w/deck. Single garage $712.000 by Own-
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Beach & Hlstonc downtown & Fernadina
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Prices start at $185,900. Call for more in-
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SEAPLACE 1/2 block to ocean, 3BR/2BA,
ground floor. 1100s, outside pallo, light
and bright, fully furnished and equipped
and ready for your summer at the beach.
Pool. laundry room. $389,900. Owner/
Agent. 247-1049

PVB, THE Islands, 2BR/2BA, attached ga-
rage, community pool, tennis, $250,000.

MAYPORT LANDING- Totally renovated,
new roof, new siding & more. 2/2 town-
home w/ bonus room. $127,900.
do, lots of amenities. Currently leased
until Sept. 30th. $195,000.
ARLINGTON HILLS- Like newly remod-
eled home. Approx. 1650sf, 3/2, huge
family room, fenced yard, irrigation, new
kitchen. Priced for First time home Buyer.
KERNAN FOREST- 3/2.5 luxurious condo
w/ garage, 1680sf, gated & comm. pool.
EAGLES CREEK- 10 minutes from
beaches/ base. Gorgeous 4/2, nice lot,
scr. porch, many upgrades. Close to
schools & shopping $247.900
241-5501 OR 221-1711
FSBO,,OPEN HOUSE, Saturday and
Sunday, 1pm-4pm. New listing in the
Hammocks SuDdivision (near Mayol,
3BR/2BA w/lon. Lush. Iropical landscape
backyard waler garden, upgraded kitchen
& master barn, tile & Pergo wood floors.
Ihreplace $299,900. (904)248-1267
ICW; HOLIDAY Harbor, FSBO.. Lg lot,
4BR/ 2BA, 2400sf w/ in-ground pool. New
CH/A, roof. $324,900. 246-2336 or 463-
NEAR MAYO Clinic, off San Pablo.
3BR,2BA. 2-car. remodeled. $315,000. In-
dependent Brokers. 710-3111.
nouse & 75'x138 (ol. 501 Oceanwood Dr.
$259,900. (904)887-7669.
water access. 3BR/2.5BA, 1800sf, 2 car
garage. newly remodeled, 2 boar hliis
il-covered) $599,000 463-0505.
FSBO. N JAX BCH. 3BR/2BA. lenced
yard. New pain in/out New carper
CH&A $289,900. (904)509-2593

3BR'2BA, well manlaned attached home
in desirable All Bch. Lovely backyard.
plenty ol storage. 20 mins to Regency, a
ike ride to Hanna Park, minutes to Won-
derwood Connector Call Josene Rerhmel
tor your pnvate snowing. (904)237-6937.
Magnolia Properties.
FSBO: 1004 15lh Ave North Jax Beach
Custom Remodel. 3/2. 2073sl, new Iile.
granite, SS. Irplc.. high end finishes ig
corner lot. $459,900. 241-5865.
S JAX Bch, 1 block to ocean, lakelroni
3BR 2.5BA luxury townhome. No HOA.
Hardwood floors, new paint, acuzzi. vault-
ed ceilings. Irplc.. Price reduced from
5489K lo $475K lor immediate sale
NEPTUNE BCH. totally re-done town-
house wi garage. Greal communary *w
pool 3 huge bedrooms, 2.5 oaths Irpice.
pnvate yard Lease option $274.000.
mtan 2 blks to the sand, nearly 2100sf,
3BR/2.5BA, hardwood loors. 2 car ga.
rage, oceanview Irom master suite balco-
ny Immaculately REDUCED $549,900.
Call Lon Lareau at Vanguard GMAC Real-
ty 1904)868-7224

2BRi1BA. Two balconies. Covered ParK-
ing. 5369,00. Call 1904)881-9901.
1BR/1BA. 546sl. tiled throughout, new ap-
pliances/A/C, gated, (904)222-1064 appl.
only aher 6pm. $138.900.
THE PALMS,.2BR/2BA Bungalow, lake-
view. garage, granite countertops, tiled.
washer/dryer. fireplace. Motivated seller.
$235.000. 472-3726.
PRIVATE BEACH Access. 2BR/2BA, fur-
nished, 1st Iloor, fully renovated. Steps to
garage. $242.000. 537-4083.

FLAGLER CROSSING, 2BR/2BA, moti- FSBO- PVB condo, 2bR 2BA w/ garage,
vated seller. $299,900 A1A Realty Serv- gollcourse views. $225 (904)806-1202.
ices InF i'Man44d0.RRa ,

Value for Luxury Townhome style con-
dos. 2 blocks from ocean w/views. 1900-
2300sl. top upgrades $599K+. John Wolf-
el Real Estate 699-8887 www beachesin.
OCEAN'S EDGE. New Construction.
1BR!1BA: East ot A1A. Anticipated com-
pletion. 03/06. $309K: Unit A-9:

Ground floor lake view, fireplace near the
pool. 1BR/BA $138,900.
2BR/2BA Ilal end unit, fireplace no one
above you, $338,900.
3/2 Townhome, end unit. frplce. $399,000.
Call Kirk Killebrew at 1904)463-1131
or inlo or private viewing.

= 5g11;a[1,ipl
single, 1215sf, w/carport, deck, all GE
kitchen, CH&A, washer/dryer, new carpet.
Many upgrades. Financing available. Re-
becca, 246-7684.
MUST SALE 3BR/1BA,. close to schools,
navy base, beach. in nice quiet park.
$17,000 owner finance w/$5000 down or
best cash offer. 249-9347.
JAX BCH, 2/1 newly remodeled, all new
appliances, quiet area. $14,700.

2BR/1BA, free water, eat-in kitchen, tile,
large bedrooms, closets galore. In-ground
pool, WDHU, deck, parking. $950/mo+.
JAX BEACH, 4 Blocks to Ocean.
1BR/1BA Apartment, $550/mo. 220 4th
Street So. (904)891-0606, (352)478-2161
ATLANTIC' BEACH, 2BR townhouse,
CH&A, .WDHU, no pets, $850/mo,
$400/dep. 246-3130.

Remodeled. Washer/ Dryer. No dogs
$625/mo. 731-8777.
JAX BEACH, 1.5 blocks beach, 216 7th
Ave. S. 2BR/1BA+ office, sunroom. w/d,
dishwasher, Pets OK. Fenced yard.
$1200/mo. 434-4626.
WANTED. Ponte Vedra area, 2BR/2BA,
Sup to $925/mo. Signature Rea!ty,
241-5221, ext. 108.

HALF BLOCK to ocean. 2BR/1BA, reno-
vated, includes washer/dryer, CH&A, no
pets, $1250/mo 662-7771.
NEPTUNE BCH, 1 block to ocean, large
Efficiency, washer/ dryer, available imme-
diately, lease deposit, pets ok $700/mo.
398-0470 or 868-7607.
JAX BEACH, East of 3rd; half duplex,
2BR/1BA, free water, pool, parking, re-
modeled. Great deal. $950+/mo 247-
ATL BCH, 5 blocks to beach, renovated,
2BR 1BA duplex, WDHU, no pets.
$925/mo +dep. Avail. 3/15/06.612 Sturdi-
vant St. 610-3838.

WATERFRONT RENTAL 2BR/2BA refrig., $600/mo, 600/dep incl.
Townhouse. $850/mo. 1 mile west of May- ,i small rleg., on0mok, 600/dep npts.
port ferry. 733-5225, 241-RENT. 553-3651.

SOUTHSIDE BLVD- 1BR cottage, porch,
yard, $575/mo. + deposit, 645-8429.
2BR.3BA. 1 guesiroom and office. Large
deck and ocean patio access. Year lease,
premium location. $1450/mo. 2277 Semi-
nole Rd. B. Call Kevin (904)270-2050.
JAX BEACH. 2BR Lower. 7 blocks Ocean,.
CH&A, WDHU, $850/mo.+ $500/dep. Mili-
tary/Senior discount. No dogs. 716 2nd
Ave. North. 708-0731.

3 Spacious Bedrooms. 2.5BA. lownhome
garage. Sparkling clean and new inside.
Nice yard, community pool. replace.
Short lerm possible. Avail 4 106. Ask lor
details $1375.mo 1904)280-2805.
JAX BEACH townhouse 187 South 8th
Ave.: blocks to ocean. 2BRi2 5BA
1500sf, 1-car garage, no pels,$1350/mo.
JACKSONVILLE BEACH. 1 blk lo ocean
2BR 1BA, $785 mo. (904)891-0606 or
LARGE EFFICIENCY apanment excel-
lent location, 2 blocks trom ocean, very
clean No pels. $550/mo. 642-1214 or
MOBILE HOMES. $500 lo $550. on pri-
vate lots Near Maypon Naval Station. no
dogs. 333-5579
2 BLOCKS OCEAN, 212 10m Ave. N.
1BR $650.mo.. 2BR $750,mo Credi
craeck, deposil, no pets. (904)514-8530
2BRI1 5BA. Large back yard. $1100/mo
Contact 19041699-4250.
house fenced in backyard, W/D.
$900'mo. 19041806-2516.
JAX BEACH. 1 block to ocean,
3BR/1.5BA, CH&A, WDHU. patio & balco.
ny. 51350/mo *$900/dep 520 S. 2nd St
19041280-2728 iv msg.
JAX BEACH. Villas at Marsh Landing
Large 1BR.1BA fireplace. Pergo
$900/mo 379-4288.'
NEW COZY 1BR deck ocean view,
CH&A. Water. sewer, garbage included.
Credit check, No pels $700'mo 514-8530
ATLANTIC BCH ocean front, 3BR/2BA
large condo all amenities. 219-2481.
ATL BCH 62 Ocean Blvd. Newly remod-
eled 211. CH/A. W/D. 1 block to ocean,
Beaches Town Center location
$1200'mo. lirsi, last & $1000/dep. Avail.
3;1/06. Call 838-6333
NEAR PONTE Vedra 1 block beach. Best
area. quite. sale residential neignbornood.
2BR/1BA, lower duplex, new carpet, tile &
[paint. CH&A washed r, cdeqg a
'Smok-n.'. no pels $t .e"Ae eId-
tt Avaiaie Apri l st. 993-1118.,
SUMMER HOUSE. 2BRi2BA. $1050/mo.
1BR/1BA, $950/mo Pool, clubhouse. gal-
ed. SIGNATURE REALTY. 241-5221. Ext
GREAT ARLINGTON Townhome: 2/2.
spacious 1144sl. end un;l. Neat tiled
kitchen and stone fireplace in great room.
Tile throughout, large lenced uniL
$950/mo.Call Jean @ Magnolia Properties
R.E., (904)472-3614.
JAX BEACH. Premium Oceanview.
Renovated Hardwood floors, Dish-
washer. CH&A. Studios. .$650/mo
1BR/1BA. $750/mo. 5850/mo. $1000/mo
1904)859.1301. 553-1354

ATLANTIC BEACH. Studio just steps to
ocean Convenient to shops, restaurants
$675.'mo. All Souln Realry. 241-4141.

ATLANTIC BCH, 2 years old, 3BR/2.5BA
Townhome w/garage, tile/ carpet,
$1150/mo. 962-7766.

LUXURIOUS Pelican Point. 2BR/2BA,
available now. $1700-$2600/mo. 3 month
minimum rental. (904)241-7206.
OCEAN, 2-BLOCKS. 2BR/1BA, $950/mo.
215 8th Ave. North, J.B.No pets.
JAX BEACH. East of 3rd. 2BR/1BA up-
stairs apartment w/deck, washer/dryer,
CH&A. $1120/mo. 821-9751 or 803-3099.
ATLANTIC BEACH bright efficiency
across from ocean on Beach Ave Availa-
ble Apnil Is Nonsmoking no dogs FirsI
last, and security. $725 mo. 247-1527.
NORTH JAX Beach Efficiency 5495/mo
1BR. $595!mo 2BR, $695.'mo. 1 block to
Ocean. Pool No pels. 249-5368
BLOCK TO beach 126 8th Ave. South.
2BR/1BA CH&A, WDHU. References,
credit check, no pets, $875/mo.
1-1/2:BLOCKS to Ocean, 1st Ave. South,
1BR/1BA.' $725/mo. (904)891-0606,
JAX BEACH, 2BR/1BA, 2 Blocks to
OCEAN. CH&A. $850,mo 405 South 2nd
Street 616-2871.
3.2 BRAND new iownhome w garage.
1500si Off Kernan & Atlantic $1400.'mo
neg 1954)1531-8108.
PONTE VEDRA Bch: luxurious 2BR'2BA.
goll to lake view. Brand new wiih 5-siar
amenities $1150!mo. Jacksonville
Beach: 1 5BR'1BA oceanview $850'mo.
condo w.comm pool & morel $900mo Al-
so. 2BR/2BA garage Convenient to
UNF $1100/mo. All Souln Really
NEPTUNE BCH. near ocean. Clean, nice
1BR apr. w: garden atrium $750,mo.
Avail. soon spacious 2BR 247-1417.
Townnouse. wood Iloor Ouiet secure
neighborhood, close to Beaches. shop-
ping JTB $1085/mo Call 285-7162.
blocks to beach' $1650,mo. All South Re-
alry. 241-4141
2000.SF. FINISHED car storage garage
Security system, heat & AC, water, Iront &
rear garage doors. $1000/mo. Independ-
ent Brokers. 710-3111.

East of 3rd Sireet. WDHU,.CH&A. dish-
washer $1200,mo t deposit. No dogs
463-0222, 465-2653.

CHiA, WDHU. Edsi ol 1st St. $795-
$1195/mo 4151 Traoewrnds, 4 BR warer
Iront $1500/mo 241-7368, 733-3730
ATLANTIC BCH walk to shops and res-
laurants 2 blocks 10to oeach. 2BR/1BA
Townhouse wdfenced yard. Available May
1st. $975.mo Firsi, last and security Call
Rick 891-2345.
2BR/2BA, CH&A. WDHU, $775/mo, $700
deposit 1157 Songbird Lane. 280-2728
leave message.
2BR/1BA. screened porch, fireplace,
WDHU. CH&A. $750'mo 1904)891-0606.
or (352)478-2161.
LARGE 1BR, excellent location, 2 blocks.
to Ocean. very clean No pets. $650/mo
642-1214. 241-1219

Call 285-0102 for details

EAST OF 3rd Duplex. 215 81h Ave. North.
$625,000. 241-8269. Zoned C-1
ATLANTIC BCH 4iBR, 2-story, near
ocean, pool. 5890,000. 993-9191.
3BR 2 1/2BA. 1935sf. Only $494,500.
counlenops. 1250sl. Fireplace, 1-car ga-
rage, community' pool. Walk to Ocean.
$279.000 463-0505.

PV BCH 2BR/ 2BA, $206.900. All Pro Re-
alty Speclalists/ Grace Ellis cell*
JAX BEACH, the only available 2nd Floor
condo lacing toward ocean on 2nd Street,
553st, nice. $175,000 (904)608-4725.

gIL '.. ilt lp M

JAX BEACH North. Clean 3BR/2BA.
2-car garage. tenced yard, carpet, ceramic
tile. Holly Drive Oulet neighborhood.
$1250/mo.- deposit. 614-5278
OCEAN VIEWS 2BR/1BA, 2 car garage,
WDHU. 111 Palm Place Neptune Bch.

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Kss-me. I'm Irish!
Happy St. Patrick's Day
All B/Mayport 3/2, Jax Beach 3/2. pool,
pool. new kitchen/baths 7 blocks to the beach
$250,000 $350.000

Jax Beach 1.6 acre lot John McCarthy
1700 sf. house/ Waterfront Eagle 904-553-9678
garage, remodeled Bend Island Call me for
S$349,000 $220,000 "Blame. Free"s service'



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March 15 2n006

The Beaches Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader

area, 3/2, 1438sf., lakefront home Split
bedroom plan, eat-in-kitchen, vaulted ceil-
ings and carpeted throughout. 2 car ga-
rage and beautiful lake view location.
$1200/mo. Call Jean @ Magnolia Proper-
ties R.E., (904)472-3614..
S. JAX Bch (off Jacksonville Dr.), 2500sf,
frplc., great neighborhood, cul-de-sac.
$1900/mo. 962-5332 or 249-7204.
2BR/2BA, 1540sf, 2-car garage, large
screened porch, club house, pool, tennis,
beach access, $1475/mo. Owner/ Agent.
823-1333, 537-7777 (cell)

JAX BCH 3BR 2BA super nicel Complete-
ly remodeled, 1500sf, 4 blocks to beach.
No pets. Credit check & refs. 509 7th Ave.
N. $1500/mo. 993-1979.

Palmetto Cove

Apartments at
Ponte Vedra Beach


$710 One Bedroom
$815 Two Bedrooms
Move-in within
2 weeks of approved
application and

Call 285-1431

for details

S. JAX Beach, 1 block to beach,
3BR/2BA, $1500/mo. (904)241-6650.

The Palms, 2/2 condo, approx. 1200sf,
beautiful,' great amenities, avail now.

Jardin De Mere, 3/2 condo, detached ga-
rage, 4mos old, $1395/mo.
Summerhouse 2/2 condo, gated comm.
lots of amenities. Avail. now. $995/mo.
4/2.5, side entry gar., comm. pool, near
Hodges & JTB, $1395/mo.
2/2.5 condo, freshly painted, screened pa-
tio, clean, gated. Available now, $995/mo
incl. water; sewer & basic cable
4/2, over 2000st, available 3/15,
Brand new, beautiful 3/2 near Touchton
Rd. Avail. now. $1395/mo
Executive home, brand new, 2600sf,
4/2.5, gated comm. $2000/mo
2/2 Townhome. 1800sl, avail. now
Lg 3/2, 2 car garage, over 2300sf,
4BR/2BA, 2 car garage, 2300sf,
241-5501 OR 221-1711.
PONTE VEDRA- 3BR/2BA home on quiel
cul;de-sac in Dolphin Covel Lg. lo, ga-
rage & more! $1050/mo. All South Realty.
NEPTUNE BCH, 3BR/2BA, large yard, car
port, walk to beach, includes washer dryer
and lawn service $1400/mo. 285-2952

2BR/2BA home, 217 Hopkins St., patio,
carport. $1175/mo. +$600/sec. Includes
lawn service. Broker/ Owner, 249-8766
Call any day.
PVB, L'ATRIUM. Walerironf, 2BR/2BA.
garage: pool, tennis. $1250'mo. includes
lawn service. 247-1849.





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Schools, & Shopping

Clubhouse, 3 Pools, Balconies

(Corner of Penman & Seagate)

0 r 249-5611

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1275 Ba)shore Dr N
121 Sth A enue N
816 Beleza
201 Cranes Lake
116 Cranes Lake
108 The Fountaiun
1027 Beleza
403 Tournament Road
129 The Fountains
810 Tournament Road
63 Tihon Cove North
67 Fisherman Cove
1604 Ocean Pond Court
90 Cat Road
3174 Merrill Bl.d.
403 Sandcasdle Condo

Ma)port 2/2
Mavpon 2/2
Ja. Beach 1/1
Ponte Vedra I/1
Ponte Vedra 2/2
Ponte Vedra 2/2 5
Ponie Vedra 2/1.5
Ponte Vedra 2/2
Ponte Vedra/Fairfield.- 2/2
Ponte Vedra 3/2
Ponte Vedra/Faurfield 3/2
Ponie Vedra/SawgTass CC 3/2
Ponte Vedra/Sawgrass CC 2/2
Ja.\ Beach 3/2.5
Pone Vedra/Sawgras 3/2
Ja. Beach 3/2
Jax Beach 2/2

4-1-4 Pebblebrook Drive la\RiverbrooLk Glen Keran 3/2
110 Nauulus \Wa. Ponte Vedra/TPC 3/2
3.3-13 Lighiouse Pointe Line Ja. Beach 3/3
2001 Wuidjammer Ln South Ponte Vedra 3/3 5 + ofc
1978 Glenfield Croling Cr. St. Johns Golf & CC 4/2.5
637 Bonaire Circle Jax Beach/Ocean Cay 4/2
534 Mormingside Dnrve Ponte Vedra 4/2 5
109 Gardenia Avenue Ponte Vedra/Fairfield 4/2
3565 Bay Island Circle Ja.\ Beach/Ocean Cay 3/2.5+lohf
211 Mira Vista Ja/Ilntracoastal 3/2
529 Sunset Drive Ponie Vedra 3/2.5
9910 Preston Tral Ponte Vedra/Sawigrass CC 3/2.5
1316 Turtle Dunes Ci South Ponte Vedra 5/4
408 Berkman Plaza Ja,/Donmoon RiRerfiont 2/2+loft
12907 Hunile, Manor Dr Jax Golf & Counar Club 5/4
.1 .- ~m m u w m "-

$1350. The Founiains Pone Vedra 3/2 ; 1700
$1400 Beach Club VlJas Sawgrass Beach Club Eff. 600,
$1500/wk ilS ',..i e Varcl PEiLALkl I ES. Ponte Vedra 4/2.5 21.00
:$1800/wk The Retreat Ponte Vedra/Oceanfront 2/2 600
$3600 191 12 "Street 13momin I Atlanuc Beach 4/3 2600
52000 Vista Del Mar Jax Beach/Oceaniside 3/2 '1700
$2400 17" Ave North /pool JaxBeach 3/1.5 1500
$2400 444 La Resene Crcle Pone Vedra/L'Arium 2/2+office 1600
$2500/\k562 Pomne Vedra Blvd. Pone Vedra 3/11.5 1700
$2500 22 Carriage Lane awpool Sawgrass/Country Club 2/2 1800:
$2500/wk 728 Oceanfront Nept. BchlOceanfroni 3/2.5 din e m 2600
$2600 534 NMoringside Dri\e Ponme Vedra 4/2.5 2400
$2_700/wk 2824 Coastal H-v 'Vilano Beach/Oceanfront 6/4 4000
$2700 114 Bay HilU Coun Ponte Vedra/Fairfield 3/2.5 1800
$2900 41IllCisul Hwyv iSrPECL RArEiVVilano Beach/Oceanfront 3/2 2000
$3500 163 Sea Hammock Old Pone VedraOceanfroni 2/+den r 1800
$3500 The Cloister Adanoc Beach 3/2 26000
$3900/wk347 Ponit Vecdra Blhd. Oceanfront/Pool 3/3.5. .2600-
$4000 408 Berkman Plaza Jal/Downloan Riverfront 2/2+loft 2100
$5500 1931 Beach Avei3mo min.) Atanuc Beach 3/3 2400'
**Other furnished properties also available
Dally, Weekly and Monthly."
Call tdday to bOok your next vacatlonll
S 228 Ponte Vedra Park Dr. Suite 500
SPonte Vedra Beach, FL 32082
(904) 285-2882,

PONTE VEDRA, L'Atrium, 2BR/2BA, fire-
place, 2 car garage, lawn service. Fenced
yard. Now available. $1190/mo. 642-3517.
3BR/3BA home w/bonus room on lake
Comm. pooll $2000/mo. All South Realty,

PONTE VEDRA Charming 4BR/2BA in
desirable St.Johns County. $1450/mo.
Call Team Real Estate at 247-8326.
N. JAX BCH, 3/1.5 +office. Newly remod-
eled, fenced backyard, great neighbor-
hood. $1200/mo plus dep. 241-4630.,
in Villages of Pablo! Comm. pool, tennis &
morel $1200/mo. All South Realty,
SELVA LINKSIDE- 3BR/2BA, all hard-
wood floors, large back yard, $1500/mo,.
no smoking, no pets. 372-0742.
DUCED $1800/mo 3BR,2BA *LR' DR/.
FR, esr-in-kitcnen. fireplace, WDHU,
screened patio, 2 car garage Includes
yard & pest and all association lees. 904-
JAX BEACH, 3BR/2BA, 2-car garage.
Pets OK. Fenced yard Eighl Dlocks to
Beach. $1390/mo. 237-7198. 607-9332
fenced yd., WDHU $1250,mo .sec. de-
o0Et 1904)219-1950.
2BR,1 5BA TOWNHOUSE, ceramic IWle
'loors. CH&A. laundry room, patio, fenced
yard 1 yr. lease, no pets. $950 deposit.
1900~mo 2104 Bay Rd. Neptune Bch.
993-1114 or 270 1284.
PVB SAWGRASS Country Club, (North-
gate) 2BR/2BA den 8 2 car garage, wa-
ter to golf view $1850/mo. 1904)514-7150
SINGLE FAMILY 441 10th place south
Jax Beach. 3BR/1BA, CH&A, 1100imo -
$800 security deposit. 699-3320.
Bedrooms, 30h to Ocean. Partially fhr-
nished, no dogs, $2300/mo water includ-
ed. (904)249.3419, (904)463-0222.
ATLANTIC BEACH 330 First Sl Newly
Remodeled 4BR/3BA. 2-blocks to Ocean
& Town Center. $1750/mo. 249-0767,
PONTE VEDRA 3;2. 2 car gar all appl.
wasner/ dryer. close to beach. $1250'mo
Near Mayo Clinic. 4BR-3BA, on lake, re-
trigeralor, washer dryer, 2300sl. com-
munity pool, tennis court, 13841 Haroor
Creek. $1995/mo. 273-0125.

3BR 2BA 1-slory nouse, 1850sl, wi 2BR
'BA garage unil, CH/A. WDHU. blinds,
carpet. ig Florida room, carport ig yard,
$2000/mo.. $1000.'dep 347 3rd Si.. Atll
w/garage on quiet cul-de-sac. $1150'mo.
All South Realty, 241-4141
4BR/2BA NICE house w'pool. lencea
back yard, Ireplace $1275;mo 568-8700
3BR/2BA with garage on quiel cul-de-sac.
Like new interior pels considered, non-
smoking $1075/mo. available immediately
HAMPTON SOUTH. St. Johns County.
New home. 4BR,'2BA on lake and gold
course, all appliances. washer-dryer.
blinds, granite counter lops. Community
amenities 1165 Garrison Drive.
$1600!mo. Realty EAecutives 273-3939,
PVB, 3BR/2.5BA, healed pool and spa,
walk to beach. $2150/mo. 280-5707.
JAX BEACH Near Ocean, 3BR1iBA.
Lease, references required. 218 4tn Ave.
South $1150/mo. (904)221-4134.
Seeking roommate. $850'mo. Splil ulilil-
es. 4BR.'3BA, 3000st house. I Block to
SOce ,.ppo.separale moner-in-law quar-

, R.2 A..hedwood Ilors, 8 houses irom
Ine beach in Allanlic Bch. $1700/mo.
Steve 246-9915.
JAX BEACH, 5 Blocks to Ocean.
3BR/1BA. CH&A. Credit check No pels
610 Palicia Lane. $975/mo. 514-8530.

ocean Iront condo living room and master
bedroom overlooking ocean w/Oalcony.
Front balcony overlooks Jax skyline, fully
luirnshed, greal amenities. including cov-
ered parking, pool, not iub. tennis, and
sandy beach. Call for more details.
398-9080 ext 211
2BR/2BA. beautifully lurnished. $1800!mo.
(Yearly, $1300/mo.) Untumished, yearly
$1250/mo. 887-5005.
units. goll view/ lake, all amenities. Every-
Ihing new. $1145/mo Janel 285-4444.
PVB -MARSH COVE. A perfect
2BR2.5BA TH. Clean, new, 1200sl.
$1185/mo Janet. 285-4444.
GREAT 3BR/2BA condo In PVB, pool,
spa. Iiness room, $1350,mo. 280-5170. or
PVB. 3BR/2BA. New appliances including
washer/dryer. Beach access New lile,
carpel. Pels OK. Handicapped accessible.
$1500/mo. 813-0304
PALMS AT Marsh Landing- Two
2BR,2BA available: First floor, marsn
view Beautiful upgrades incl. granite,
hardwoods, garage $1250/mo 3ro floor,
lake view, fireplace. vaulted ceiling, ga-
rage, $1200imo Call 904-613-7605. TMI
Real Estate Group. LLC.
PVB- SUMMER House luxurious 2BR
2BA end unll In cul-de-sac Brand new,
5-star amenilies, beachside. $1399/mo.
PVB -SUMMERHOUSE. Early Move-in-
Better Deal. 2BRi2BA corner unit, 2nd
floor TH on the tennis count. Avail now.
$1195/mo. Janel 285-4444

2BR/2BA, $1050/mo, 3BR/2BA
$1300,mo Beauitul, vaulted ceilings.
newly renovated, many amenities. Availa-
ble now 2 garages available $100 Realty
Executives. 273-3939 610-6460.
JARDIN DE Mer. Jax Beach. Brand new,
Beaulilul 2BR'2BA, fireplace, washer/dry-
er. 1-car garage, bonom loor $1100/mo.
Owner/realior 994-3608.
JAX BCH. The Palms at Marsh Landing
1BRi/BA. $865/mo. Beautiful water view,
ceramic tried floors, immaculate. Call
2BR,2.5BA Luxury Townhouse. Gated,
concierge, resort pool & illness; II Villagio.
located 2 miles Irom Town Cenler Mall
.$1190/mo. 635-8650, 923-0277 7
PVB- THE Belleza, 1BR 1BA, luxury
amenities, gym & tanning bed, $950/mo.
Call 318-9114.
JAX BEACH.' 2BRi/.5BA, new tile. carpet
& paint, washer/ dryer, lenced
palio. 2 blocks to beach. $1225/mo.
(2 units available. 1760)445-4789.
the Inlracoastal Waterway, 3/4BR 3.5BA,
approx 2700sl1. w/manna view. Resort
style living. live among millionaires
$2500,mo includes 1 car garage, waler,
sewer, cable, pool, spa. club house,
healin club, Manna Walk, gated communi-
ty w/waler. Marsn and marina views.
Available April. 40' boat slip also available.
Call now 463-2845.
PONTE VEDRA Summer House. New"
2BR/2BA. 5 star amenities. Great location
Bottom floor unit. $1100/mo. +deposit.
BOATER'S DREAM, 2BR/2.5BA, water-
front townhouse at the Moorings, Jax Bch.
Newly renovated,new appliances, washer/
dryer. $1600/mo. Includes 50 ft boatslip.
Call (904)424-6572.

THE PALMS 1BR/1BA, many upgrades,
near tennis & pool, private wetlands view,
washer'dryer. $875/mo. Garage available.

3BR 3BA, gorgeous oceanfront luxury
condo. Built i 2005, 6th floor, 1953sf,
over-sized kitchen, granite countertops.
Gated, garage space, heated pool, jacuz-
zi. $3300/mo. 1/2month off call for details.
THE VILLAS. 2BR/2BA, garage porch,
ground floor, pool, etch floor,1050/mo.
great view, new appliances, $1200/mo.
Visit website www.geocities.cor/pvb05
PONTE VEDRA, East of A1A po2BR/2BA,
1300sl, 2-story Town Home w/beach ac-
cess, $1300/mo., full concierge service, all
new appliances, completely renovated.
Marsnview $1195/mo. 434-3456.
PVB -THE Colony. Walk to beach, owner
motivated. 2BRi2BA 2nd floor, high ceil-
ings, new carpel, W/D .Ip, garage. Avail
immed. $1195,mo. Jarel 285-44-44/

Penthouse with Marshi ICW views 3/3 w/
may upgrades all appliances, scr lanai w/
summer kitchen Single car garage.
$2250/mo. Serenata Membership avail
Call Marina Riggi0, Olde Carnage Realty,
501-1917. 824-0040 office.
PONTE VEDRA Summer House. New
2BR.2BA 5 Star amenities Near Saw-
grass & A. Scnools. $1100,mo + deposit.
PVB FAIRFIELD- 2BR/2BA, garage: Man-
ned community gate,. pool,. tennis.
$1100/mo.' 614-4609 or 285-2267
OCEAN FRONT (Ocean 14) Deaullully
renovated. lurn;shed, 3BR12BA w/slorage
unit. $2495'mo. (904)571-3877.
THE PALMS 1BR/1BA Reson amenities.
Sell or lease $149.500, $875/mo.

nished homes & condos! From $500 per
week' All South Realty 241-4141
$400 week. 1BRil 5BA with pool. 904-
ATL BCH 3BR house. beauldfully lumish-
ed. walk to ocean $1850/mo. 993-3226.
S. JAX Bch. 2BR. fully turnised, ocean-
front condo. Monthly, WeeKly 241-0267
OCEANFRONT 2BR 1BA. weekly- month-
ly, fully furnished. 241-1384.
homes. Weekly/monthly. Visit us at:
jaxbeachrenial com or 535-3911 or

DESTIN, FLORIDA. Directly on the water.
new boutique hotel Harbor Beach, pool
steps to finesl resLaurants. Minutes to
Gulf, goll, shopping. Introductory rate.
www.innondes inha ror.com (800)874-

4BR/4BA. weekly, monthly. yearly. Call

Seeking roommate, .$850mo. Split ulilil-
ies. 4BRb3BA. 3000sf house. 1 Block to
Ocean, pool, separate mother-in-law quar-
ters. 813-4822
PRIVATE ROOM & Bath. 1 block to
Ocean. $500/mo. +1/2 utilities $500/de-
posit. Call 19041860-9240.

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HOMELESS PETS for adoption- Cats &
dogs. 246-3600

HUNT ELK, Red Slag, Whitetail Buffalo,
Wild Boar. Our season now 3/31/06
Guaranteed license, $5 trophy in two
days. No-Game/ No-Pay policy. Days
(3141209-9800: evenings (3141293-0610.
HUNT DEER, turkey. quail. Semi-guided
hunts 5 days, room included. Book 5
nunts get 1 Iree Oklahoma bordering Kan-
sas 1 tract along the Cimarron River. Ap-
rox. 6,000 acres Call Sid at Woolfolk
anch (5801334-8294.

In accordance with me Americans With
Disabilities Act and Section 286 26, Flori
da Statute, persons wilh disabilities need-
ing special accommodation to panicipale
in these meetings should contact the City
Clerk's Office no later than 5-00 p m the
day of the meeting.
Lisa Volpe. CMC
City Clerk
BL 3/15,'06


MASTER BEDROOM w/barh Fumished. o A |m The Board ol Adustmenl, tor the City ol
Close to Beach $550.'mo, 1st/lasi. Jacksonville Beach, Florida will meet and
534-36. .JF iYOQiare.inlgaresled-in advenislng under,, hold public neanngsnqn Tueaayg Arl 4,
BEAUT L OCEAFROT Con r,-h, alejory.pieaecail 904-249.9033 or 2006 ai 7:00pR.m.-in the,Counci Chpm-
BEAUTIFUL OCEANFRONT Condo. ri email, ciassilteddbeachesleader.com bers, iocalea at 11 North 3rd Street,
vale BR/BA. ParKnng, pool $800/mo+ 1,2 Jacksonville Beach to consider the lollow-
utilises. Includes cable, all amenmies.NO m^ n jlt aniTj O ing variance applications:
LEASE. 247-8338. II NtMI14,'1.tiu74i

BEACHES AREA female seeking room-
male 3BR.'2BA $4-40mo + 1/2 utilllies.
Refs required. 504-3647
NICE HOME On Ihe waler. w/pool, dock.
$700/mo.* dep. Available now. 859-4473.
SHORT walk to beach and pool. share
ullities & kitchen, private bath. non-smok-
ing. $850/mo. (Oceanwalk)
ROOM IN 4BR nouse. Fireplace. nice
pool, nice neighborhood $140/wk in-
cludes utilities & cable. Call 568-8700.
ATLANTIC BEACH. Big: clean, comforla-
ble. nice area Parking. $95/wk 994-0943.
ROOMMATE TO share w/2 others Large
3BR/2.5BA house Extra large living
spaces plus inground pool in quiel neigh-
borhood $600mo. +1/3 utlillies. Call 904-
the Intracoastal Waterway, 3/4BR, 3.5BA,
approx. 2700sl Reson style living. live
among millionaires! Looking for 2 room-
mates. 1 @ $800!mo & 1 @ $1000/mo.
with a masler suile. Includes all utilities,
cable, pool, spa, health club, Marina Walk,
galed community w/waler, marsh and
marina views. Available now. 40' boat slip
also available Call now 463-2845.
$600/mo. includes utilities Call
ATLANTIC/ SAN Pablo Fuimshed/ un-
lurnised bedroom/ bath, Male/ Female,
nonsmoker, $500 plus ulil. 220-3104.

FURNISHED ROOM for rent Jax Beach
2-slory house. 10 blocks irom beach,
No smoking. No pets, privacy. $675/mo.
(electric included) Apnl 1st Sept 30

OFFICE/ RETAIL Jax Beach. 400sl or
800sl. 3rd Slreet Ironlage 246-0576.

tested divorce papers. Without Kids (while
you wait) With kids (a little longer) Since
1981/ by appt only (904)641-2187.
ARRESTED? ALL criminal defense telon-
les. misdemeanors, state or federal charg-
es. parole. probation, DUI, traffic tickets.
Bond reduction. Private ahorneys state-
wide, 24 hours. A-A-A Attorney Referral
Service (800)733-5342.
DIVORCE $275-$350. Covers children,
etc. Only one signature required! Excludes
govt. fees' Call weekdays (800)462-2000
ext600. 18am-7pm) Alla Divorce. LLC.
Established 1977.

Tne Planning Commission lor the City
of Jacksonville Beach, Florida will meet
and hold a public heanng on Monday,
March 27, 2006 at 7:00 p.m. in the Coun-
cil Chambers, located at 11 North 3rd
Street, Jacksonville Beach to consider the
following Condltional Use zoning applica-
PC#12-06 Conditional Use approval of
an educational services facility in a Com-
mercial Limited. C-1 zoning district pur-
suant to Section 3-43431d)(8)of the Jack-
sonville Beach Land Development Code.
The applicant proposes to convert existing
office space located in the Beach Plaza
shopping center, on the west side of the
center and facing Penman Rd. South, into
a small private school for approximately
30 to 45 students. The school's primary
focus will be on special needs students in
the Beaches area. The shopping center is
located al 1356 Beach Blvd.
The above referenced application Is aval-
able for review in the office of the Plannin
and Development Department, City Hal,
S1 North 3rd Street, during normal busi-
ness hours |M-F, 8-5). .
DPhnnin .....,,,;;

UPSCALE EXECUTIVE Offices for lease an,,.u,,Tisio
in beautiful Jax Bch. Fully fumished. City ol Jacksonville Beach
amehrites include wireless high speed In- OTICE
temet. use of fully fumished conference NO C
room & kitchen. $700/mo w/ 2yr lease.
$750/mo w/ lyr lease. 242-9195. If a person decides to appeal any decision
bJAX BEACH Ofe y the Planning Commission with respect
JAX BEACH Office Suite. 13th Ave. to any maner considered at any meeting,
South, across from Baptisl Hospital Ap- such person may need a record ol the
proximalely 1550sf, build-out complete, proceedings, and, for such purpose, such
wired lor phone'an $16.95sl. lax, depos- person may need to ensure that a verba-
it. (904)241-9944, ext 104. tim record of the proceedings is made.
NEPTUNE BEACH. small office garage which record includes the testimony and
Avail. immediately. Call 1904)249-8819. evidence upon which the appeal Is to be
.JAX BEACH 1000sf including kitchen The public is encouraged to speak on is-
$1000/mo + tax and CAM 608-6426. sues on this Agenda that concern them.
OFFICE SPACEI or lease in pnrme Jax Anyone who wishes to speak should sub-.
Beach action Approxmatly 3000s call mit the request to the recording secretary
241-8300 for appt. pnor to ne beginning of the meeting.
1n accordance with the Americans with
,___ Dlsabililies Act arid Secton 286.26, Flon-
.IgY TII ff 5l:il T da Statutes, persons with disabilities
needing special accommodation to partici-
JAX BEACH. 1000si Storefront Near pate in tnis meeting should contact the
Beach. $1500/mo.+ $350 CAM. 1433 Planning and Development Department
South 3rd Slreet (A1A). 708-0731 .no later than 5:00 pm. on the day preced-
ing the meeting.
JAX BEACH building for lease w/office. he me: ..-. e .-
[ Multi-purpose use Near public boat ramp, BL 3/15/06
1800sf $1500/mo. For details. 249-3214,.
343-1919. m01 i If ir e

home. Bonded, Insured. Call Robyn
(Wags 2 Whiskers) 241-8439.
PET SITTING, in your home: Dog walking.
Responsible, mature. Call Kitty. 874-6062.
TWO AFFECTIONATE young cats need a
home. Owner moved and left them. Let us
tell you about them 246-6029.

5 MALE Miniature Pinscher Puppies. Call
285-7878 for details & pricing.

Bulls. $200/$250/ea. 534-3336

rUDLIi rNu I I C
Notice is hereby given that a WORK-
SHOP MEETING of the City Council of the
City of Neptune Beach, Flonda, will be
held on March 20, 2006. at 7:00 p.m., in
the Council Chambers, 116 First Street,
Neptune Beach, Florida. -
If a person decides to appeal any decision
made by the Council with respect to any
matter considered at such meeting or
"hearing the person will need a record of
the proceedings and for such purpose
may need to ensure that a verbatim record
of the proceedings is.made, which record.
includes the testimony and evidence upon
which the appeal is to be based. .

BOA 06-100045 City of Jacksonville
Beach Land Development Code Sec-
tion: 34-336 (e)(1l e, for 39% lot coverage
in lieu of 35. maximum to allow for a new
single family dwelling and swimming pool,
for property located at 2014 Lakeside
Drive, more specifically. Lot 1, Ocean
Forest Unit No. 7
BOA 06-100049 City of Jacksonville
Beach Land Development Code Sec-
tion, 34-338 (e)(1) e, for 560 lot coverage
in lieu of 48%o maximum to allow for a
swimming pool addition to a single-family
dwelling, for property located at 609
South 111n Avenue, more specifically.
Lot 11. Block 107, Oceanside Park.
BOA 06-100053 City of Jacksonville
Beach Land Development Code Sec-
tion: 34-337 (eXt) c.1. for a front yard of
19 8 feel in lieu of 20 teet required. 34-337
le)(1) c.2, for a comer side yard ol 11.1
eel in lieu of 16.6 feet required, 34-337
(e)(1) c.3. for a rear yard of 198 feet in
lieu of 30 feel required, 34-337 (e)(1)'e
lor 43*% lot coverage in lieu ol 35% maxi-
mum to allow for improvements to a sin-
gle-lamily dwelling, for property located
at 1702 North 12th Avenue. more specifi-
cally, Lot 1 and the north 33 feet of Lot 2.
Block 15, Jacksonville Beach, Section A.
BOA 06-100054. City of Jacksonville
Beach Land Development Code Sec-
tion: 34-336 (e)(1) c.3, for a rear yard ol
21.7 feet in lieu ofl 30 feet required to allow
for an addition to single-family dwelling,
for property located at 423 SI. Augustine
Boulevard, more specifically, Lots 18
and 19, Block 8, Replat of Unit No 1 At-
lantic Shores.
BOA 06-100058 City of Jacksonville
Beach Land Development Code Sec-
tion: 34-337 (e)(1) c.2, for a comer side
yard of 6 feet In lieu of 14 feet required
and 34-337 (e)(1) e, for 40o% lot coverage
in lieu of 350 maximum to allow for sub-
stantial renovation and addition to a single
family dwelling, for property located at
1207 North 21st Street, more specifical-
ly, the southerly 2 5 feet of Lot 4, Lot5,
and Lot 6, Block 22. Jacksonville Beach,
Sec "A".
BOA 06-100059 City of Jacksonville
Beach Land Develoment Code Section:
34-337 (e)(1) c.1, for a front yard of:15
feet In lieu of 20 feel required, 34-337
(e)(1) c.3, for a rear yard ol 18 feet in lieu
of 30 feet required, 34-337 (e)(1) e, for
52% lot coverage in lieu of 35"o maximum
to allow for a new single-family dwelling,
for property located at 578 S6uth 6th
Avenue, more specifically, Lots 6 and 7,
Block 6, Oceanside Park.
A copy of the above referenced applica-
tio(s) is available for review in the office
of the Planning and Development Depart-
ment, 11 North 3rd Street, during normal
business hours (M-F, 8a-5p).
Board of Adjustment
City of Jacksonvlle Beach
II arson decides to appeal any decision
by the Board of Adjustment with respect to
any matter considered at any meeting.
such person may need a record of the
proceedings, and, for such purpose, such
person may need to ensure that a verba-
tim record of the proceedings Is made.
which record Includes the testimony and
evidence upon which the appeal is to be
The public is encouraged to speak on Is-
sues on this Agenda that concern them.
Anyone who wishes to speak should sub-
mit the request tothe recording secretary
ridor to the, beginning of the meeting.
In accordance with the Americans With
Disabilities Act and Section 286.26, Flori-
da Statutes, persons with disabilities
needing special accommodation to partici-
pate in this meeting should contact the
Planning and Development Department
no later than 5:00'p.m. on the day preced-
Ing the meeting.
BL 3/15/06

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The Beaches Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader

March 15, 2006

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IN RE: The license to practice medicine
Norma Roberts, M.D.
11287 Chertsey Lane
Jacksonville, FL 32223
32 Korwel Circle
West Orange, New Jersey 07052
CASE NO:2005-05549 & 2005-52548
The Department of Health has filed an Ad-
ministrative. Complaint against you, a copy
of which may be obtained by contacting,
J. Blake Hunter, Assistant General Coun-
sel, Prosecution Services Unit, 4052 Bald
Cypress Way, Bin #C65, Tallahassee
Florida 32399-3265, (850)245-4640.
If no contact has been made by you con-
ceming the above by April 5, 2006, the
matter of the Adminislrative Complaint will
be presented at an ensuing meeting ol the
Board ol medicine in an informal proceed-
In accordance with the Americans wilh
Disabiliies Act, persons needing a special
accommodation to participate in tnis pro-
ceeding should contract the individual or
agency sending this notice not laler than
seven days prior to Ini proceeding at the
address given on he notice. Telephone:
(850)245-4640. 1-800-955-8771 (TDD) or
1-800-955-8770 IV). v.a Florida Relay
Service .
BL 3/1.3/8,3/15;3/22/06

EARN DEGREE online from home. Medi-
cal. Business, Paralegal. Computers,
Criminal Justice Job placement Comput-
er provided Financial aid il quality
your dnving career! Offering courses In
CDL A & B. One luilion feel Many pay-
ment options' No registration lee'
(8881808-5947 nfo@ americasdnvlngaca-
demy com
IF YOU are interested in advertising under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or
e-mail classified'@beachesleader.com
MATH TUTOR. Cerified, experienced
Malh Teacher alI tutor K-12 evenings.

PART TIME evening Commercial Clean-
ing at Ine beach. $8/hr. weekends extra
pay. Professional drug- free workplace.
Must possess identification. Social Secun-
ty card & References. (904)484-6625 or
lax 1904)825-0619
PRE-K TEACHER. afternoons 3-6pm, M-
F, Cnnstian preschool. Call 246-2891 for
:interview. Great pay, excellent work envi-
) ronment
FRONT DESK Assistant needed pan-
lime. Dunn Wellness Center in Jackson-
vile Beach. Fax resume to 249-1530.
P,T SECRETARIAL Position, some book-
keeping exp. helpful, but will train. Must be
honest & have rels Call 568-8700.
ART TEACHER for Young Rembrandrs
drawing program. Part-time, ahernoon
hours. Curnculum and supplies provided.
Send resume to smurawski@bellsoulh.nel


veterinary clinic, competitive wages. Prev ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF
ous kennel experience required. Apply in NURSING
person: Beaches Animal Clinic, 937
Beach Blvd., Jax Beach. 246-2045. MAKE A REAL DIFFERENCE
Avante at Jacksonville Beach, a 165-bed
OFFICE MANAGER. Customer Service skilled nursing and rehab center, currently
oriented. Responsible. Knowledge of wigs, seeks a multitask-oriented nursing profes-
halrpieces. $7/hr.+ comm. (904)221-6970. sional to plan, organize, develop and di-
NAIL TECHNICIAN and Hair Dresser rect daily functions as well as educational
needed. Built in clientele, World Golf Vil- programs for the Nursing Services depart-
lage area (904)504-1314. ment. must have RN licensure, ability to
plan/ develop new programs, exp. in hos-
pital or LTC facility, be flexible & have a
SDRIVERS WANTED positive attitude toward the elderly. Avante
IV WANoffers excellent .compensation & premium
Part-time, weekends and nights. Must benefits, including 401(k). Please fax re-
have clean driving record. Call 241-1013. sume to (904)249-8208 or apply in person
BOUNCER NEEDED at the beach, at 1504 Seabreeze Avenue, Jacksonville
Thurs., Fri., Sat. nights. Call 514-2507. 'Beach "Fn L 32250. EOE.

Experienced! only. Must have reliable
transportation. 3 days phr week and
some Saturdays. Call Debbie after 2pm.
285-3400 x3352 Iv. msg.

FRAMER'S' HELPERS needed. Custom
homes, Beaches area. Transponation re-
quired. 868-0866.

WAREHOUSE VENUS is looking for
warehouse workers lor Ihe following shills:
Pickers: 4 day, 10 hour shifts (days) and
Cycle Count 8pm-4:30am (3rd shifl). Call
our lob line at 645-6000 prompt 4. EOE.
FT/PT positions in over 30 busy salons.'
Hair Cutlery, 1904)269-3403. EOE.

COOKS FOR busy breakfast & lunch res-
taurant. PVB. Must work weekends. Apply
In person Players Cafe. 262 Solana Rd
Call Don or Chris for appolnlmenl,
ing Servers, Beverage Cart Attendant,
Bartender, Weekend Receptionist, Line
Cook and Dishwashers- DFWP, FTPT
available. Must be outgoing and dependa-
ble. Phone 904-246-4827. email, ac-
countlng@selvamarina.com, or apply In
Bushong Insurance, one of Florida's Prop-
ertyl Casualty Insurance Brokers, desires
a candidate to assist it's Commercial and
Personal Lines Depanments. Applicants
must be detail onented and possess ex-
cellent computer skills. For consideralton,
lax resume to 285-5161.
YARD COMPANY Seeks dependable
help, neat appearance. Good pay, will
train. 247-3856.

Full Time Monday- Friday, 7am to 3pm
and 3pm to 11pm at a Premier Retirement
Community Health Center. Excellent work
environment. Experience in geriainc care
desired Applicalions at Fleer Landing Se-
curity Gale, One Fleel Landing Blvd.. At-
lantic Beach, FL; Fax to (904)246-9447;
email to: jobs@fleetleandmg.com EOE/
Drug-Free Workplace.
LOOKING FOR Hard Working. depends-
ole, detail & multi-lask oriented individual,
for delivery & maintenance ol medical
equipment & supplies. Must have neal ap-
pearance, excellent customer service
skills & excellent driving record. Back-
ground check is required by law. Apply in
person, Southeastern Medequip Inc. 905
North Third St. Jacksonville Beach.
SERVERS, LINE Cook, Dishwashers,.
Fine Dining. JJ's Bistro. Ponte Vedra,
273-7980 Gale Parkway, 996-7557.

BATHROOM TECHS PONTE Vedra opportunity lor aniculate,
Energetic. flexible/ multi-lask person. poised individual who is able to multi-task.
Transponalion with valid FL driver's li- Compensation to 32K with excellent bene-
cense a must Hours 6pm-10"30pm or lat- tlls. EOE. Resumes to Imorns@cnlre.com.
er Call Wanda or Debble aher 2pm. HANDYMAN COMPANY
285.3400 x3352.
EXPERIENCED ALTERATION Person Is growing. Have basc home repair skills
:needed. Part-time, Full time Please call 221-3453. Good PT, FT. s a
241-5611 221-3453. Good S. PIT4 PIT.
MEDICAL ASSISTANT for busy pedialinc
PAR IME Bo-~to6kkeepng wanted Call office hay immediate opening. Spanish
'6B31'0766. speaking a plus. Call 246-9428.

eslate otice. Email resume to.

HELP WANTED classifications in this
newspaper are intended to announce gen-
uine current lob openings. No lees may be
S charged to Ihe prospective employee. Ads
for sell-employment or business opponu-
nnies appear under the Business Opportu-
nilies category Ads which may require
payment or lees for employment inlorma-
lion. guidance or Iraning may appear un-
der JoD Service. Should any Help Wanted
advertiser ask lor a lee or II Ihe advertiser
is offering a product or service rather than
a |ob opening, please notify The Beaches
Leader, 249-9033.
live in Jax Beach seeking sell-motivaled.
cheerful, organized and detailed individu-
al. Need good communication! PC Skills-
Word, Exel, Ouickbooks a plus need vehi-
cle io run errands. Dependable with can-
do attitude. Part-time to slan, could be-
come full-lime. Fax resume including
availability to 904-247-5154, or email at
Ocloberskylic@yahoo com
BUSY HEALTH Food store seeks ener-
getic, dependable and centered individu-
Sals. Must have knowledge ol holistic
herbs' supplements and how to live a
healthy lile sryle. Day, night, and weekend
snih. 273-4101
Counter Some benefits 273-4785.
RELIABLE HELPER lot Moving Company
in JacKsonville Beach. 249-9395.
, MODELS WANTED for high quality le-
male fashion photography. Good pay per
session. Experience nor required
CARPET CLEANER Helper, 20.hours,
days, some weekends. Nice appearance
ORGANIZE HOUSE. personal objects,
sewing, 2 rei's. 285-0140 aher 11am.

CUSTOMER SERVICE & sales w/excel-
lent communication skills Must be flexible.
Ponie Vedra Beach location. Please. call
for details. 1904)273-5959.
FOOD PREP 7:30am-1:30pm. M-F, free
child care, Beaches Academy 1725 Pen-
man Rd Jax Bch. 246-3885.
Sarurday 10am-3pm Serious applicants
only. Call 270-1980. after 3pm
OFFICE ASSISTANT needed with friend-
ly, professional phone voice. Flexible
hours and knowledge of ACT, Excel, and
Word helpful. Call 285-5855.

experienced'Teachers, Cooks/housekeep-
er, FIT & P/T available. We offer a com-
petitive salary & benefits package Call
273.6960 or fax resume to" 280-5742.
ground and inground. Expenence helpful.
but willrain 241-8260.

Are you Seeking PAY With BENEFITS?
American Landscape has a position for
you. Call 349-6257

CUSTOMER service & sales w/ exc. com-
municalon skills. Full or par time. Base
plus bonus. Fax resume: t904)285-0010
or email: iim@mediakids.com
ADMIN. ASSISTANT- Cheerful, professio-
nal appearing person lor office in Jax Bch.
Full or part-lime. Some weekends re-
quired. $9/nr. Apply in person or bring re-
sume to All South Realty, 3090 South 3rd
SI, Jax Bch
Looking for an organic work expenence?
Natural Foods Market is looking for vibrant
individuals with a passion for organic &
these skills Customer Service. Self moti-
vationi excellent work ethic. Desire to
learn & grow. Ordering skills & produce
experience a plus. Apply in person at 363
Atlantic Blvd.. Suiles 7 & 8, Atlantic
Beach. ask lor Shelly or Naomi. 246-2441.
CITY of Atlantic Beach. $10.53/hr.,
$421.20/wk.. $21.902.40/yr. responsible
for maintaining planted materials 8 land-
scaping within the City. Valid FL Driver's
License. Must be able to obtain First Aid &
CPR cert. within 6 mlhs. of hire. Applica-
tions accepted until 3/29/06, 800 Seminole
Rd.. Atlantic Beach, FL 32233. For more
info call (904)247-5820 or visit
wwwcoab.us. No smokers/ tobacco
users. Drug testing conducted. EOE.
Laborers. w/transportation, excellent pay.
Call 249-8147 or 726-5661.

Great job at St. Johns Town Center detail-
ing cars. FT/ PT available. Call 343-4241.
FULLTime, 3pm-1 pm in our new'Assist-
ed Living expanded facility at premiere re-
Iirement community. Excellent work envi-
ronment and benefits. Applications at
Fleet Landing Security Gate. One Fleet
Landing Blvd., Atlantic Beach, FL; Fax to
19041246-9447. email o: jobs@fleetland-
Ing.com EOEi Drug-Free Workplace.
LOOKING FOR a New Profession? High
Year-End Income. Excellent benelils to in-
clude profit snaring Atlantic Beach
www transilplus com
Fax resume: 221-2705.

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Positions Available
Guest Service Agent Cafe on the Green Server
Banquet Supervisor Maintenance Engineer

Bartender : Room Service Server
Lead Cook Room Service Supervisor
Cook I Starbucks Attendant

We offer competitive wages, excellent benefits,
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
Webslte: www.sawgrassmarriott.com
Job Hotline: (904) 280-7070

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FACIAL SPECIALIST with clientele want-
ed. Also, Nail Tech w/clientele. No acryl-
ics. Day Spa, Jax Beach. Call Miki,
COOKS & Prep Cooks for all shifts. Apply
in person, Sun Cruz Casino, 4378 Ocean
SI. Maypon. 249-9300.
beneltls/ pay. All levels of experience con-
sidered Some knowledge of construction
desirable Tne Delenders. Palm Valley
285-2346, M-F, 8am4p 30pm.

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Slor gih snop Must be able to work week-
ends. Appy in person: Sea Shells & Coral,
230 North Boardwalk, JB.

HAIR STYLIST needed @ Styles of
Ponte Vedra,,localed on corner of Mickler
and A1A. Up to 60.o commission. Contact
Denise at 280-0494.

Jax Beach growig company needs
organized, marketing focused
Executive Assistant with ability to
multi-task. Must test at 60 "pm and
have excellent verbal and written
communication skills. Experience
in Excel and PowerPomt is a must.
Competitive salary and great
benefit packet. NM-F 8am-5:30pm.
Email resume to
or fax to 241-7333


Lead Carpenter/ Working Superintend-
ent needed by growing high-end builder
located at the Beacnes area. Require at-
tention to details, rools abiliry to read
plans, and knowledge ol all phases or res-
idential building process. Best construc-,
tion job at the Beachl 273-2207.
TIRE & OIL TECH Wanted. Monday-Fri-
day. Call'Bob; 241-5311.
MAINTENANCE, VENUS is looking for a
handyman to work In our Building Maintie
nance Depl. General maintenance skills
required. Mon.-Frl, 8am-4:30pm. Call
Cathy at 645-6000 prompt 3 for immediate
consideration EOE

Join our leaml If you can excel at Inside
sales & desire a last-paced work environ-
menl, we may nave an excellent
opponunity for you You will onin a Nation.
al company 8 work in Ponte Vedra Beacn
Ideal candidate will have 1+ years expert
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. PT avail
Fax resume: (904)285-0010 or email.
Landscape. 1074 1Otn Ave. Souln, Jax
Beach. Bonus. 247-4477.
Work at the Beach. Fast-paced office
needs customer focused Administralive
Assistant for multi-line phones. Must test
at 50wpm, ability to multi-lask & have ex.
cellent verbal & wrnnen communication
skills. Experience in Word & Excel a plus.
Monday-Friday, 9am-6pm. Email resume
to: davidb@desertmicro.net or lax to-
LMT/ REHAB Assistant needed lor busy
doctors office 273-2691 or fax resume
CUSTOMER SERVICE Rep preler 440 li
cense, but will train Holland Insurance
Agency, PO Box 50677, Jacksonville Bch.
FL 32240 or call 249-1858.
tor Service Techs/ Installers Will be instal.
ling/ servicing water Ireatment equipment
tor homes .business & industry Norlneast
FL. Preler experience but will tran sharp
individuals Must have good driving re-
cord, excellent customer service skills and
lift 100 pounds. DFWPWe offer compeli-
tive wages, excellenentnelits. 401K, ad-
vancement. Send resume to Ann: Bryan,
2181 SI Johns Bluff Rd. So. Jax Fl 32246,
or apply in person or fax 1904164-6066.
ASHFORD COURT is accepting applica-
tions for experienced Dielary Servers, F/T
and PfT. Must be able to work weekends
Must enjoy working with the elderly in a
professional atmosphere. We offer com
petlilve salaries, benefits & bi-weekly bDo
nus plans Apply in person @ 1700 Tne
Greens Way in Marsh Landing Park
vironment. Apply at Tne Moon Grille &
Oyster Bar. 1396 Beacrj Blvd. Jax Beach
FULL TIME Worker needed lor new excit-
ng field ol Shoreline Restoration. Neplune
& Ponle Vedra areas. For the next 6
months. Possible extended employment
available. Good pay (772)713-6823
HOME CLEANERS earn excellent pay
cleaning homes weekly & biweekly De.
pendable car required. Full or pan time
Call 223-5033.
Line Cook. Good money, casual atmos-
phere very busy, great people to work
with. FT/PT. 285-0139.

Full Time in our Companion Services De-
panment at a premier retirement commun-
ity. Ideal candidate will nave experience
creating staffing schedules to meel cus-
tomer demand, maintain billing logs, su-
pervise slaff and have strong communica-
lion skills. Excellent work environment and
benefits. Applications at Fleet Landing Se-
cunty Gale, One Fleel Landing Blvd, At-
lantic Beach. FL: Fax to 1904)246.9447
e-mail to. jobs@fleetleandlng.com EOE/
Drug-Free Workplace.
LAWN TECH needed for beach pest con
trol company Good pay Monday-Friday
benefits. good driving recordd required.
DFWP. Call 241-7874.

General Contractors, Inc.

Atlantic Beach, FL 32233
Since 1987
Looking for Qualified &.Experienced individuals
Project Managers
Clerical, PM Assistants
Our Wages and Benefits Packages are second to none!
401K & Profit Sharing

Fax or email resume to:
904-241-4427 rpcgc@rpcgc.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,
e-mail: surfsidepools@aol.com
DRIVERS CDL A. Special Orientation
Pay for Experienced Drivers! Home Week-
ends! Great Pay & Benefits! Paid Training
for School Grads! Cypress Truck Lines,
Inc. www.cypresstruck.com (888)808-

DRIVERS- CDL, A. true lease to own pro-
gram. Low payments/short-term lease.
Avg. $1.11/mile plus fuel surcharge. No
hazmat. No forced dispatch. FFE Trans-
portation (888)864-0012.
polishing granite, Jax Beach. 246-1172.
OPTOMETRY OFFICE front desk and all
office aspects. Candidant should have an
outgoing friendly personality w/ability to
multi-task. Bookkeeping PC, organization-
al and customer service skills a must.
Medical office experience and Spanish a
plus. For consideration -fax resume to
er. Customer service exp. necc. Apply in
person, Sun Cruz Casino, 4378 Ocean
St., Mayport. 249-9300.
fants-Syrs.) Requires patience, reliability &
love of children. Performance based bo-
nuses. Up to 2wks vacation, paid training,
& caring management. EOE. 242-9645.
1851 Beach Blvd. 32250.
TEACHER, CDA Certified, 4yr. Old Class.
Warm & loving Teachers. & Assistants
needed. FT & PT. Call 249-0905, or fax
resume to 249-5241. The Beaches School
& The Red School House.
POOL CLEANER w/valid Florida Driver's
License. Experience helpful but will train.
Good salary & benefils. Apply: Surfside
Pools 313 Beacn Blvd 246-2666. or lax
resume 249-8801. e-mail. surnsiepools
FIRST CHOICE Home Improvemenis
Needs skilled carpenters & liee climbers

Full-time Appliance Inslallanons/ Puncn
Oul. at a premier renlremenl community.
Excellent benelis Applicaslons at Fleet
Landing Secuirry Gale. One Fleet Landing
Blvd Alianic Beach FL. Fax to 904-246-
9447. e-mail lo jobs@fleetlanding.com
EOE. Drug-Free Workplace.
Nigr1 Apply at 28-10 Maypon Rd or call
241- 5454.
3 Pool Techs needed Experience preler-
red, Dut will train Clean driving record.
401k, health benelats. Please call
small oceanlroni hotel Weekends re-
quired. Apply in person, 120 Atlantic Blva .
Nep Bch
CHILD CARE Teachers wan CDA. top
pay. staring al $11,'hr & up also Teach-
er's Assislanls needed 220-3993

Surlside Pools seeking experienced
Warehouse Manager. Forklift and Safety
Operation a plus. Good salary & benefits.
Apply: Surfside Pools, 313 Beach Blvd,
246-2666, or lax resume 249-8801. e.,
mall surtsidepools@aol com
pany seeking experienced service lechni-
clan. Must nave knowledge of pumps, ii.
lers, neaters. and chemical aulomation
systems. 3-5 years experience. pool re-
modeling skills a plus Salary dependent
on experience Excellent customer service
skills, lull benefits, 401k Fax resume to
Surlside Pools Jax Beacn at 904-249-
8801 or email julie4surlsidepools net.
TAXI DRIVERS Wanted Clean driving re.
.cord required Call April 24699999 .
ATLANTIC COAST Plumbing & tile. Help-
ers needed Learn a Irade. Healin Dene.
his, good hours, advancement opponuni.
ties. Must nave valid FL Drivers License
Call 249-5381 lor appl.
COOK POSITION available. Monkey's
Uncle Tavern. Apply in person' 1850 S
3rd St. J.B
LABORERS. HELPERS. Skilled personnel
(all types Call 249-8147, or apply: 203
South 3rd Shree, Jax Beacr Good pay &

FULL TIME at a Premier Retirement Com-
munity Experience required Excellent
oenehls. Applications al Fleel Landing Se-
curty Gaie, One Fleel Landing Blvd. At-
lantic Beacn. FL- Fax to 904-246-9447,
email to jobs@fleetlandlng.com. EOE'
Drug-Free Workplace.

........,, v S- ..... Expect Nothing Less
y, 'Ir4r Than "Five Diamonds"
Do something special for yourself today! Work with one of the
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 follow ing full & part-time positions available:
Irrigation Technician
Laundry Truck Driver
'Pool Technicians
Chef De Partee
Pastry Cook & Line Cook
Si Nursery/Recreation Attendants
Banquet Set-Up Attendants
Golf Course Maintenance
The Spa -Various Positions
Housekeeping Inspector/Inspectress
Laundry Supervisor (PM)
Bell Stand & Front Desk
Laundry Attendant
Retail Sales Clerk (Gourmet Shop & Racquet Club)
Servers / Dinlngroom Attendants
Golf Cart Attendants
Gym & Beach Reception

Seasonal Opportunities
Camp Counselors
Lifeguards & Swim Instructors
Beach Rentals & Pool Porters
Patio Servers
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
Human Resources between 9am- 4pm or forward resume to:
Ponte Vedra Inn & Club
200 Ponte Vedra Blvd.
Ponfe Vedra-Beach, FL. 32082
Job Line: 904-280-3607 Fax: 904-273-7753
See current openings at: Profiles.hospitality.onlinecom/211464

Oceanfront Excellence

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tendent for established company. Drug
free work place, benefits. 241-2721.
SOUS CHEF, Grill Cook, Dishwasher, Ex-
perienced Servers. Seeking motivated in-
dividuals. Now hiring. Fax resume: 223-
7763; or apply in person between 2-4pm,
Marker 32 Restaurant, 14549 Beach Blvd.

HAIR STYLIST needed at Pepi's in Jax
Beach. Up to 60% commission. Call Tina

Lawn service seeks individual to perform
dependable quality work. Excellent pay &
overtime available. Crew Leaders wanted.
Perschel Brothers Services, Inc. 246-
FOREMEN TO lead utility contract field
crews. Outdoor physical work, many en-
try-level positions, paid training. $14/hr.
plus bonuses after promotion, living allow-
ance when traveling, company truck and
good benefits. Must have strong leader-
ship skills, a good driving history and be
able to travel in Tennessee and nearby
states. Email resume to Recruiter3@os-
mose.com or fax '(985)871-0605. www.Os-
mose(ltilities.com EOE M/F/D/
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SWIMMING POOL Construction. Top
.pay & benefits. Palace Pools. 998r1811,
11655 'Central Pkwy #313, Jax, FL
*. *

opening within our organization for service
personal. Competitive salary. You must
possess a good driving record. Our com-
pany has full benefits with retirement, bo-
nuses, paid vacation and holidays. We
have a great working environment. We
have been in business for over 14 years.
Fax resume to 273-0682 or fill out an ap-
plication @ 10066 Sawgrass Drive West,
Ponte Vedra Beach.
:.: *' *

Avanie at Jacksonville Beach, a progres-
sive. 165.-ed skilled nur;sin arnd rehab
center seeks a Iloor lech Io p.rlorm day-
to-day floor mainlenarice Must Ob at least
18 years ol age, able to speak, read,
write, and follow directions in English.
Experience reqlured Avante offers excel-
leni compensalon & premium benefits, in-
cluding -4IOlk. Please fax resume:
19014)49-8208, ann Eduardo Tomas or
apply in person at 1504 Seabreece Ave-
nue. Jacksonville Bejac FL 132-'i EOE

FULL-TIME al Healin Center in Fremier
Reliremeni Communitv Applicailcurs avail-
able at Fleet Landing Security Gale. One
Fleet Landing Blva AIlanlic Beacn FL
32233, Fax to 904-246.9447 email to
jobs@fleetlanding.com EOE DriugFree
NOW HIRING Sales People Assisiani
Head Cashier, Re.ceiving Clerk
Slock./Carrv-oul Appl .al Proc.ror Ace
Hardware, 870 AlA Nulnh Fonie vedra
1lam-7pm Apply at 2206 Ma,;pon Rd
ing & needs own transportation. Staff
Masters 726-5661. 249-814.
Persoraliry plus. pnone and basic compul.
er skills Soulrts.ae area, 9am.,pm,
564-1911,. .

Needed lor ;mmediate F'T & PT posi-
lions. Requirements Class D' scurry Ii.
cense, HS Diplomrra or GED clean back.
ground and drug Iree Excellent pa? and
Benehlis Ouallted candidates may lax re.
sumes to. 19041281-008 or apply at First
Coast Security Services 6817 South-
point Pkwy. #1001.- Jacksonville, FI
,322.16.90~84)128-007 -: :".- i ?I i L

DO you want to loin a winning leam Don'l
ge left oul. Our driver's make $500-5700
per week Call 249-5151 ask lor Bnan or
493-5250 ask lor Tim Collins
Ironmoflice, medical records, Bitlers. Tran.
scriplonisls, Family Practice OBGYN.
and Dermalology experience preferred.
Fax resume 636 0066
COOK. FT. 10a-7p, $10-11.00 depend-
ing on exp Apply in person, Asnlord Coun
Assisled Living 1700 The Greens Way,
Ja.x Bcn. FL 32250

DRIVER- NOW hiring qualilied drivers for
Central Florida local and national OTR po-
siltons. Food grade banker. no hazmar no
pumps Great benelts. competitive pay
and new equipment. Need 2 years expen-
ence. Call Bynum Transport lor your op-
ponuniry ioday. 1800)7-41-7950
ing. light main. Rel's. background check
$8.25+* r depending on exp 710-8370.

Full-Time with great benellis and work en.
vironmenl al a premier reliremeni com-
munity. Experience preferred. Applica.
lions available at Fleet Landing Securily
Gate, One Fleet Landing Blvd, Allantic,
Beach, FL 32233 Fax to 904-246-9447-
,emai 0 jobs@fleetlandlng.com. EOE/
Druglree Workplace



Join our team of
,cleaning professionals

No Nights or Weekends
Paid Vacations
i Paid Holidays

Competitive Wages
Company Vehicle

.i nIN ldls a

S 2201 Flonda Blvd.
Mon- Fri 8-. 4:30


based family office seeks highly motivate
ed, energetic individual to join its team of
professionals. Candidate must possess
superior skills in MS Excel, Word, Access
and Outlook, 'must be proficient in navi-
gating the Internet. Only well-spoken can-
didates with pleasant disposition will be
considered for this excellent position. For
further information regarding the Firm,
please visit www.spring-bay.com or
www.sontagfoundation.com. Send Re-
sumes to cgregbry@spring-bay.com
Pressmen, Bindery, Graphic Design, and
Pre-press. 514-1090.
Housekeeper, Child Companion. To do
light housekeeping, errands, possible
sleepovers. All applicants will be consid-
ered. Call 904-334-8408 or 904-236-0195.
JAMI'S, JCC. Upscale women's retail
clothing stores in Ponte Vedra. Manage-
ment & Sales Positions available. Fax re-
sume to (239)262-2954.
SOUTH BEACH Salon has chair rental
available. Call 673-3639.
QUALITY PAINTERS wanted. Must have
own phone and transportation. New con-
struction. 247-4841.
Host/ Hostess, Servers, & kitchen utility.
Good money, casual atmosphere, very
busy, great people to work with. FT/PT.
PONTE VEDRA Valley is searching for
Funeral Director. Competitive salary with
benefits. Please send resume to: 4750
Palm Valley Rd,. Ponte Vedra Beach FL
32082; or fax: (904)285-3392.
LOOKING FOR experienced Line Cooks
& Dishwashers in an organic kitchen. Ap-
ply in person at 363 Atlantic Blvd., Suites'
7 & 8, Atantic Beach, ask for Shelly or
Naomi. 246-2441.
Front Desk Receptionist for busy psychiat-
ric/ psychological office in Marsh Landing.
Applicants must be a team player, pleas-
ant, dependable, and able to multi-task.
Experience preferred but will train the right
candidate. Fax resume to, (904)543-9172.
LIVE AND work at the beach in a casual
atmosphere. Ocean Waves is accepting
applications for the following positions:
CSR, Acctg, Optical Techs, Office Manag-
er, Sales Reps, and Showroom Sales. 76
Levy Rd. Apply in person orcemail resume
10 keviln4oceanwaves com
PONTE VEDRA Valley is searching or a
lawnlandscape person Monday-Fnday,
$10'hr with benefits. Please apply in per-
zon a -4750 Palm Valley Rd, Ponte Vedra
Beacn Or, call (904)285-1130.

Responsible for client services, security
and maintenance supervision. Coordi-
nates with meal groups and other volun-
leers Malnains client records and up-
dates information to cae manager. Basic
computer skills required. AA Degree and/
or two years experience in social services.
Experience wiln homeless clients prefer-
red: Full-time plus benefits. Send resumes
to Director, 800 Shetter Ave., Jacksonville
Beach, FL 32250 or FAX to 241-7340.
Daytime phone number music be included
lor call back to schedule interview
PAINTERS HELPER wanted. dnver's
license a must. Call 307-8012

have oan tools & Iransporallaon. Nealness
& dependability a must Phone Larry He-
ise Paimning 247-3644.
BEACHES CAR Wash- full time help
needed, Wages negotiable+ rips. Benefits
Avail Apply in person. 1401 Beach Blvd.
OFFICE ASSISTANT. Beaches Plumbing
Company. Experience answering multi
pnone-iines. Word & Excel necessary
Plumbing knowledge a plus $8.00.hr.
Email resume lo cnrstinc@bellsouth net,
or mail to PO. Box 50446. Jax Beach FL
H'-rdcare & 'Garden Center. 580 Atlantic
Blvd. Nepiune Beach. Apply in person,
31 2840 Maypon Rd.
LAWN CARE helper needed. Dnvers T-
cense & Iransporlaion required Pay
equal wilh exp 285-2952.
LEAD CARPENTER: Expenence with
renovation and new construction; salary
posilion wrbenfit package; company vehi-
cle potential 904-285-3663.
AMERICAN HOME Companions seeks
compassionate live-in caregivers lor the
elderly Work 2.3, 4 or 5 days per week
* Up to $1i10day. 631-5354

March 15, 2006 The Beaches Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader rage /

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BOAT STORAGE in PV. Visit 84 S-10 Pick up, AT, A/C, good shape,
www.MarinaClubPV.com $1500 cash. 334-5288.

1988 YAMAHA 150hp, good comp,, coun-
ter relating no controls. $2000 OBO, Call
1998 SCARAB, 30' w/trailer, twin 250's,
low hours. $53,000 firm. (229)359-0730.
10FT CARIBE, 1994, inflatable, Hypalonm
hull, trailer, $2000. 993-1979
boat slip I.-r rern Jo11n i,6i00 S'in $T700
includes potable water, electric, dock
locker, cable and phone service available
@ slip. Mobile fuel service & pump out al-
so available. Avail Mar'06. 463-2845.
ADVENTURE CRAFT, 28' Houseboat.
100hp 4S Yamaha. AC/Heat, generator.
Excellent condition. 223-0224.

HONDA SHADOW incl. accessories. 48
orig. miles, garage kept, $5500. 247-1417.

2001 ISUZU Rodeo, immaculate cond.,
PW/ PL, cruise, 4DR, AT, new tires, 2
tone paint, $7900. 887-9030.
1992 ISUZU Space Cab, good condition.
$2500. Call 249-7136.
2000 -FORD XLT Ranger $5000 OBO.
Good condition.Call (904)285-3879.
1990 CHEVY Astro Van. New battery,
good tires, TVVCR. $600. 249-9395,

94 NISSAN Altima, AT, A/C, new tires,
$1500 cash. 334-5288
2000 TOYOTA Solara, immaculate cond.,
low miles, 4 cyl., AT, PW/ PL, Cruise, CD,
new tires, $9800 OBO. 887-9030.
1998 BUICK Century, well maintained. all
power; clean, AC. $4200. 294-4191.

HUGE GARAGE SALE Friday, Saturday,
8am-lpm, 244 East Sondra Cove Trail
(Villas at Cross Creek). Art, baby items,
TV's, clean air unit, roll-top desk, clothing,
SATURDAY 8AM-1PM* Isle of Palms.
4314 Tideview Drive. Moving, must sell.

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40FT BOAT slip available at old Old'San
Pablo Creek Marina, $700/mo. includes
electric. For details, 398-9080 ext. 211.
1981 CATALINA Sailboat, 22'. Ner trailer,
1 new motor, 1 used motor, dinghy,.
$7100 OBO. (904)434-6645.

ADVERTISERS IN this category are nol
offering lobs. They are offering lob-related
services and may charge lees. Readers
are advised to exercise caul;on before giv-
ing credit card information over the phone
wirnout knowing wnal specific product or
service hey will receive.

: ALL CASH candy route. Do you earn
$800/dav7 30 machines, Iree candy All
tor $9995. (888)629-9968. B02000033
Call us. We will noi be undersoldl
;". #1 CORPORATE, Spons apparel Iran-
qnhis Fill iraiqina and suppon. No exp
rieldedd. Financing avail. Call (8001727-
6720 n-ww.EmbrodMe comr
WORKING PARTNER. Manager. 6 hour
day, beaches relaili stood. No investment.
Call C. Lee at 509-8883.
VENDING ROUTE: Snack Soda, Juice,
Water. All Brands Great Equipment &
Suppon Full Line. Financing Available
w/$7 500 Down t8771843-8726

WARNING WHILE Ihis newspaper does
noi knowingly accept business opponunity
S ads which require you to pay a lee to get
information or Ihal reler you to 976-or 900-
pnone numbers which will result in sub-
stanlial charges to your phone bill, the
newspaper cannot guarantee the validity
oi ol offerings in this classification II any ad-
veniser requires you Io incur phone serve
ice charges or pay a fee to lean the na-
lure ol Ine opportunity. please repon ii to
The Beaches Leader, 249-9033
MONTHLY INCOME, own pan or produc-
ing TX oil wells Mi. $25K. For inlo call
t l727)210.1392.

AM a babysitter from Spain looking to
care lor children ol all ages I will provide
care lor your child/ children in the mom-
ings, evenings, holidays and even on spe-
cial occasions. References will be provid- i
ed. I currently live in Ihe Ailingion area of
Jacksonville with my Navy retiree nus-
S band. Call (9044374-5253.
S 6-weeks and up HRS licensed. 8 years
experience Tammy 373-0404

working parents, Monday-Friday HRS II-
censed. Retired Preschool Teacher, 30
yrs experience provides a sale. secure,
loving, nurturing environment Very per-
sbnal and very professional My home, oH
Atlantic and Hodges Blvd. in The Woods
Subdivision Have 2 openings lor school
age summer care. 221-5110.

DARK GREEN. hoerglass IIucK topper lor
sale. $250 521-6457.
2 TEAK wall bookcases. 30' Wx72"H. nave
lower doors, greal conditon. $100ea.
LAWN EQUIPMENT package 16' trailer
and commercial moner, edger trimmer,
blower, $3000. 285-2952
3 COMPARTMENT (TrueD beer cooler.
$350 as is. Can see at 1418 Roxie, May-
AT&T PARTNER phone system. 5 phones
installed for $899. 249-8877.
IS STRESS ruining your relationships?
Buy and Read Dianerics by,L Ron. Hutl-
bard Call 1813)872.0722 orl sena d.8 0 ro
Dianetics, 3102 N. Habana Ave, Tampa.
FL 33607
TORO 6.5HP self-propelle mower $150.
Homelite gas blower (540) & *eed-ealer
($30). Poulon electric eager $25..
SOFAS OUEENSIZE sofa bed $125. Vel-
vel Victorian style loveseat $75 and more.
BATH CHAIR, Walker, aluminum cane.
525/all 221-5576.
BUILDING SALE! Beat Nexi Increasel"
20x26 Now $4200 25x30 $5800 30x40
$9200. 40x60 $14.900. Extensive range of
sizes and models Fron end optional Pio-
neer (8001668-5422
tedrm set. dresser. nilgn sand, lingerie
chest, floor-standiing mirror $350, Reclin-
er, brown $150; Club chair $100: Triple
dresser $200; all excellent condition
5PC MAHOGANY Bedroom $295. Double
dresser w' mirror $75 249-0505.
GIVING AWAY lor $695.' OBO Works
great, (904)403-6739.
$.75'sl. 300 thcker, still in box. must sell.

GO KART $300 OBO Call 553-7203.
2- BABY cribs in excellent condition $50
each. 859-1299. -

CLEAN. QUALITY, Queen-s ze bed WITH
FRAME, $120 2 Twin neds WITH
FRAMES, S80,ea. Can Deliver 246-1832.
BED- BEAUTIFUL Temp-pedic Memory
Foam manress & boxspring, ne* in
plastic w/warranty $379. Must sell
NICE CHILDS maple desk, hulch, cnair.
Florida Furniture, $75 993-2134.
LAMERT ELECTRIC Lin, lor wheelchair.
like new, $450 Call 247-4702.

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HEART PINE. longue & groove flooring
cut Irom anihque Pine irrmbers Instllation

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ABSOLUTE AUCTION, Real Estate, anti
ues, collectibles, etc March 251n & 261n
arden Gale Aniques. Warrior, Alabama
For more information call 1888)285-8408
ww* redmonluclon.com. Redmonr Auc-
lion & Land Co Inc Eddie Propsi Lic

Specializing in Commercial and Residen-
tial Cleaning. Lawn Care, Auto Cleaning,
Window Cleaning, Janitorial Services, etc.
Call Hermon, 246-4238, 612-1755.

ABOVE AND Beyond Housekeeping
CLEAN TO SHINE Our company commit.
meni is 100:., Cusicomer Sail.saciion i3
Anordable Prices We clean nomes apan-
menis ortices, new construction and rei-
iaurants Lawn mowing also juailable
For a tree ecrnmale call 514-.009 or
190-11317.7840 We will beal any c-mrnpany
make II Iook liKe neA?! 223\0591 "
I CLEAN Parnl nouses e i g Qod reeren-
ces. good prices Ask I.r J.rn .:.r E.el,,n
904-861 9671 9047i552Y95
MATURE WOMAN w/experience look-
ing for private homes to clean. Ref's
available. Call 642-2430.
Die. Reasonable rare tree esi.maies Call
Roxanne 1904j477-5398
rates Local relerences available Please
call 571.7!40.

Esiimares No lob loo mall Call


WE BUY Mortgages Are you collecling
payments on a mrongageI Why Vwal ears
ior pavmenis? Call 18001282 1251

BEACH BOYS Year-Round Delivery
$65. truck load. Ranger Spec;al : 79-1612

IF YOU are interested in advenising under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or ____i_ l i'-'
email: classified@beacnesleader.com l-

MOVING SALEI 3119 Albalross C.rcle,
Beachwood Subdivision. Fr. Sal ,Sun,
Mon., 8am-5pm. Tools, clothing, lurriture,
huge Jaguars collection, huge Xmas col
leclion household/ yard items, mucn

BABY STUFF. clones, household and
misc. Saturday 8am-?. 1210 l n Ave N

RUMMAGE SALE. 03,31. 04/01 indoors
OAK BUFFET, 1930's Old Englihn. carved Spaces to rent outside Jacksonville
wood doors. $150 249-5135. Beaches Womans Club, 1315 2nd Ave.
cn.ILr mi, -I. L. i.o r.. ,~.. North 246-2737.249-0786

ULU-r.I-U mat11r1eIIIssl 3se1. ,O. I9. UCN-
liver 19041391-0015.
NASCAR TICKETS, Bristol, Tenn.
3/26,06. (2) Cup, (21 Busch tickets Sell
face value (904)626-6963.
WHIRLPOOL WASHER & Dryer, $75,ea.
30 day warranty Deliver, $20. 318-8173.
DIAMOND 125CT ladies engagement
ring, $1395 241-5666.
LIKE BRAND Newli Glass dining room
table wi6 Parson chairs, Dbuelt and plant
shelf. All for $500. Call 904-716-1145
METAL ROOFING, Save $. Buy direct
from manufacturer. 20 colors in stock wilh
all accessories. Quck turn around. Deliv-
ery available. Toll tree (888)393-0335.

IF YOU are inlerieled in advereniing under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or
errail ciasslied @a beac ne leader.C:.''m
applications, house calls irainng. repairs
upgrades websles. graphi.cs Free phone
leer. 904-249-3034 or email
cailrobu@comcasi nel

BUDGET LAWN Care Service Mowirog
limming, edging, cleanup Free esli-
males. call Mike. 616-4381

lawns. Free esilmales 246.0967
vlalnlenance Clean-ups. Sodding, Mulcn.
ing. Re-planting available Free estlmales.

HUGE GARAGE Sale Furn tools. b;kes. PALM TREES Hedg:es Trimmed ''Yar
lots of household Ilems Saturday, 8.2pm, Clean-ups, Mui:nlng Sc.ddng. whalever it
1625 S 5hn S. lakes, etc. Dave 249.4724
OLD AND New good stuff. Friday. Salur. PRIME MAlIJTEIjArjCE. INC A Proles.
day, 700 block 9th Ave S signal Lawn Mainlenance *Co FREE
ESTIMATES. 535-2515

SKI AND Goll equipment, original an.
hand painted mail boxes and doors. Lots
of oiner goodies Friday and Saiurday
9am-rpm 615 16lnAve South.

GOOD STUFF! Sponrs iems. etc 205
Cherry St. Saturday 8am-12noon.

!iB -IT.17144 IRMA I qia;MI

Commercial, Residential. Lawn mainte-
nance, sprinkler cyslerri. clean-up,
sod mulch. Lar.dscape 'lighting.
(904)207-2628. (904)430-0007. Licensed,
insured. Free estimates. info@preferred-

COMPLETE LAWN & Landscape Mainte-
nance. 1-time clean-outs or year-round
accounts l2-.vears professional e>p. Free
eslmalei Call Kirk 370-0065
WINSOR LAWN Servite. Inc Compeil.ive
rales Call Alan 237-5301
THE SEASON'S here for Lawn Service
Call 51J-5801. -
WE LISTEN. Land-cape by Linus Qualiy
priced rignl. Bi-moninly 32233 Discojunt.




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S17000s to Choose From g
S We deliver and install

10023 Beach Blvd.

-334-8408 P 'I

PRESSURE WASHERS lor rnli or sale.
Tucker Equipmrni Reniai 246-1330.
Cleaning Licensed & Insured Free Esli-l
m.ale3. House decks, walkways. drive-
ways, paios 248-9672 .
Sale rool cleaning. Deck & fence'
resloraiion. Pressure washing. Licensed &
insured. Call Kevin 994-0045 ,
PRESSURE WASH nomes decks drive
ways Massey Applicaions. Inc

FAST INTERIOR painting, drywall. lex-
lure Spec.alize in smaller jobs. Will work
evenings & weekends Licersed, insured.
references. 403-7389

Property management rates lor quick
renlaiEale turn-arounds. and cusiom pain
also CIll for estimates 446-5137 or
724-6877. Licensed & irsured

PAINT IT RIGHT! irer.or, elAernor Free
esi.maies Call Mire Williams 285-2651
25yrs e>parienr:e

NEW CONSTRUCTION remodeling and
repaini Residential and commercial Men.
lion this ad. 246-1529

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.
DEMO HOMESITES wanted nowl For the
New Kayak Pool! The on-ground pool with
in-ground features! Unique opportunity.
Save $. Call (866)348-7560 Free Esti-
mates! Financing.
DEMO HOMESITES wanted nowl For the
New Kayak Pool! The on-ground pool with
in-ground features! Unique 'opportunity.
Save $ Call (866)348-7560 Free Esti-
matesl Financiing,
NEW POOL 14'X28' $19.900 Buy loday
*s*im in May 568-5785

IF YOU are interested In advenising under
in.i category please call 904-249-9033 or
e-ail classieiieOdbeaches leader corn

ALLIANCE BUILDER Group. Inc. General
Contractor. CGC 1505263 All rypes or
construction New homes, room additions.
eic Free esimaies. 1904)234-1179

'Repairs. spe.:ializl ing in irrinl'-damage

n r-,r i ir nrHL r luhi,-,- i, r u'r.

Specializing in Kitchens, cabinets. bath-
rooms, (acuzzis. lile. doors, windows, roi
led wood. lerrrile damage. root leaks dry-
wall. decks, etc. Honest, lop quality *ork
dependable for quality repairs, service
calls, painting, improvements and miscel-
laneous ios. DAVE. 246-6628.
C&J HANDYMAN Services Carpentry,
Drywall. Pairing, Paperhanging Tiling,
etc Licensed Insured. 955-0593.

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IF YOU are interested in advertising under
inls category please call 904-249-9033 or
email" classihled@beachesleader com
ROOFING IN-TOWN prices @ the
Beach 25yrs experience 962-5876.
CCC 1326983.

HOME HEALTH aid avail to do 12 or 24
hour care in your none. Reliable&. Good
references 536-8459 please leave msg.

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this category please call 904-249-9033 or
email: ciasslfled@beacnesleader corn

IL~iiiimiH riim^^ gH aa~

BEDROOM- LARGE bureau w,'mirror, ar-
moire and night lable (Colonial Pinei $250
OBO. Call 223-4903

SATURDAY 8AM-12PM, 41 Seawinds
Lane E. ott Corona Rd. GE gas slove.
framed golf prints, dog crates and more


TAN LEATHER sleeper sola $250.
DOWNSIZING FROM 2200sl. to 900sl
Wicker sunroom, patio living room set,
antique uprignl piano, office sel. misc. lur-
niture Call 285 8306
FOR SALE Call John. 273-3784.

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


CUT RITE Tree Service. Tree.trimming/
stump grinding. Tree removal/ storm clean
up. All debris removal/ firewood.
(904)646-9896 (904)568-6234

Frank Reid, 285-6943 or 762-8498.


2002 YAMAHA, V-Star 650, loaded, low
miles, $4000 OBO. 247-8995.

1999 COACHMAN 5th Wheel, sleeps 5-6,
CH&A,.microwave, stove, etc. 2 new bat-
teries, 16' slide-out with awning, queen-
size bed, much more. $14,500 OBO. Call
(904)246-8475 for more details.
1993 LAYTON Travel Trailer, 30', very
good condition. CH&A. New tires, fridge,
electric/gas water heater, microwave, tow-
ing extras: $6500 OBO. 246-5828.

1988 GMC SIERRA 2500 flat bed, 4x4.
$1800 OBO, 210-9271.

1990 MERCEDES SE300, exc. condition,
205,000 miles.. $4800 OBO. 813-1200.
1987 NISSAN 300ZX, 5-speed. Runs
great. Have all papers. $3250. 305-4236.
94 MX3, 5spd, new wheels, boombox,
sunroof, $2400 OBO. 334-5288.
1990 MERCEDES SE300, exc. condition,
205,000 miles.. $4800 OBO. 813-1200.
1992 MERCURY Capri, AT, A/C, leaks oil
and some brake fluid $500. 246-8203.
1994 OLDS Cutless Sierra, 4-dr, A/T,'A/C
runs great, $1150 OBO 716-2586.
1969 CJ5 Jeep, $2000. Call 553-7203.
FORD TEMPO, 46,000 miles. $2995.
Beautiful Cadillac, $2495. 821-2058.
2002 FORD Explorer- Eddie Bauer.
62,870 miles, original owner, $15,000.
98 OLDS Acheiva, 104,000mi., loaded,
$1900 OBO. 334-5288.


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Senators baseball action

Pi noos Dy F6b DeANGIELO
Fletcher first baseman B.J. Chandler takes the throw on an attempted pickoff as Providence
baserunner Michael Smith dives back safely.

relief pitcher
Bretl Caudill
delivers to
the plate
against the
entered the
game in the
first inning as
Fletcher gave
up seven
runs. The
team would
rally, howev-
er, to defeat
12-11, in
eight innings.



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Two Fletcher Middle Students placed
at last weekend's 2006 Gate River

ABOVE: Eighth grader Marki Lyon, 13
placed first in 13 & Under age catego-
ry. It was her first try at the River Run.
Lyon's chip time was 1:09:59 and gun t
time of 01:10:12. Her over all position ws5
was 108 out of females.
RIGHT: Allison Shemenski. also an
eighth grader, placed fourth in the 14- .-
19 age group. This was Allison's sec-
ond year running the race. Her chip
time was 1:09:39 and gun time of
01:09:52. Her overall position was 580 K
oul of all runners and 102 out of all ''-
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