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Weekend Edition

June 8, 2007


Vol. 44, No. 101 Serving the communities of Atlantic Beach, Jacksonville Beach, Neptune Beach, Mayport and Ponte Vedra Beach since 1963 50t

Tax reform has cities scrambling

Savannah Long practices her volley Thursday during a
beginner's tennis camp at Jacksonville Beach Tennis
Center at Huguenot Park. Camps will be conducted
throughout the summer. See more photos A-11.

With the state legislature still discussing property
tax reform, local city officials are bracing for a finan-
cial hit.
At a time when Beach city administrators are usual-
ly prepping budgets for the fiscal year that starts Oct.
1, city officials this year are juggling several budget
scenarios, trying to guess what tax reform will mean.
In Jacksonville Beach, the city manager is drafting
multiple budgets,assuming a $1 million, $2 million or
$3 million shortfall in ad valorem tax revenue,
according to Mayor Fland Sharp.
No one is sure what the impact will be, Sharp said,
so everyone is just waiting to see how much property
tax revenues fall.
Neptune Beach City Manager Jim Jarboe said this

week that cities here are working on "what ifs."
"We're trying to figure out where we can make cuts
without cutting service," Jarboe said. Only essential
spending is permitted, he said, explaining that some
professional memberships will not be renewed. For
example, a new mower may not be purchased if the
city will not be able to mow all its grass as often.
So far, the city staff has.identified $100,000 it can
squeeze out, but anywhere from $350,000 to
$700,000 may have to be cut from the city's $2 mil-
lion general fund, he said
The city has $500,000 in reserves, but needs those
in the event of a catastrophe such as a hurricane,
Jarboe said.
It will be early July before detailed information is
available, he said
See TAXES, A-3


The sixth annual Summer
Jazz Series hosts two
national recording artists
See B-

Meet Mr. Moses in the
Beaches pet feature
See B-7

If you missed the first
British Invasion, or want to
relive it, take a Magical
Mystery Tour Saturday at
the new TPC-Sawgrass
See B-1

Tips for making sure your
home away from home is
clean this summer
See B-8

Planning for Jax Beach's future

key concerns A
for downtown: & a

Pr,.:. t., ALEX.NDRA Kut.r.ERNES
A crowd of more than three dozen attended a meeting to plan the future of down-
town Jacksonville Beach.

Vision fQr JB's

downtown reflects

look of yesterday

Jacksonville Beach citizens want a
safe. walkable community, according to
the ideas and presentations many
expressed at: the first "downtown
visioning" meeting Tuesday.
The interactive meeting, facilitated
by the Orlando-based urban design firm
Glatting Jackson, was divided into three
sections where residents defined their
values, documented their issues with
the community and created an overall
vision for the central business district.
"We're all proud of the downtown
area. Tonight is sort of a 'where do we
go from here.' Be a group of free
thinkers," Jacksonville Beach Mayor
Fland Sharp advised residents before
they began.
Citizens compiled lists of their values
and areas they wanted to see improved
in the downtown area which includes
properties east of 3rd Street from 6th
Avenue N. to 2nd Avenue S.

Member says in resigning seat

AB district committee has compromised integrity

The final report on whether the city
of Atlantic Beach should move to dis-
trict representation is due at the end of
the month, but one committee mem-
ber has resigned, claiming that the
"integrity" and "credibility" of the
committee and process has been com-
Atlantic Beach resident John Fletcher
of McNeil, Garrison and Fletcher
Insurance Agency, resigned from the
city's district representation study
committee, explaining in a letter that a
subcommittee, responsible for drafting
a report of the facts presented to the

"...the subcommittee
wrongly substituted itself
for the full committee"

John Fletcher
Committee member
full committee, overstepped its bound-
"By engaging, in deliberations that
should have been conducted by the
entire committee, and issuing a recom-
mendation, the subcommittee wrongly
substituted itself for the full commit-
tee," Fletcher said in the letter.
When contacted, Fletcher declined

further comment in an effort to be
"mindful" of the work that the com-
mittee was still conducting.
The committee was originally
formed at Mayor Don Wolfson's
request to study district representation
- after several citizen complaints that
there was not equal representation of
all parts of the city on the commission.
The committee was instructed to
write a report on their findings.
According to City Manager Jim
Hanson, the full committee designated
a subcommittee to compile a list of the
facts and findings of the full commit-
tee- which was its only task.

Time/ tide clock
at AB's 5-points
needs repairs
Atlantic Beach City
Monday will consider
upgrading the clock
at the five-points
intersection by City
Hall, according to a
report by Public Works Director
Rick Carper.
When a, tide clock feature was
incorporated into the year-old
clock, the whole clock move-
ment had to be replaced with a
less expensive movement mech-
anism, which is causing minor
inaccuracies that were not
anticipated, Carper said.
A technician from Fancy
Street Clock Co., the company
that installed the clock, made
minor adjustments to the clock
Thursday and told public works
to "keep an eye on it," Carper
Carper has provided a list of
five options for' the City
Commission, four of which
would not cost the city any
money. One option that calls for
changing to a four-face clock,
with two for tides and two for
time, would cost the city $4,800
The clock originally cost
$7,000 to install. The city paid
$3,000 last year and the rest of
the money came from private

Those at Tuesday's meeting to
develop a vision for the i hat
downtown Jacksonville Beach
should look ike in the future
agreed on the following priorities:

The Package
(this was most popular
idea with attendees):
Wider, well marked
bike lanes, narrower
streets, slower traffic
.lanes, wider side-
walks, well delineated

* Safety

* Beach access

* Mixed use devel-

* More retail (i.e.

* Better utilization of
the boardwalk and

* More restaurants

* More hotels

* A pedestrian friend-
ly community

* More bike paths

* Police visibility

* Better landscaping
and vegetation (more
trees and shade)

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Police Beat ..............A-5 e

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For sale sign does
not mean end
near for keglers

When the staff and patrons of
Beach Bowl pulled up to the alley
la couple of months ago they
were flabbergasted to find "for
sale" signs posted all over the
front of the building.
"We just pulled up and there
they were," said manager Brett
Robinson. "No warning whatso-
However, the signs don't mean
an end to bowling any time soon,
according to managers.
Miles Batt, who has been a part
of Beach Bowl for 21 years, said
he has a lease on the property
that extends until 2012, so if any-
one buys the building, the bowl-
ing alley business will come with
it, he said.

What was said:

"The purpose of a city is to
maximize change and minimize
travel," said Glatting Jackson's
Director of Urban Planning Troy

One resident explained that a
well-lit downtown area is essen-
tial. "If you don't have lighting,
we're not going to come down-
town," he said.

Some groups said that the
height limit should be re-

"No one in this room is going
to get 100 percent of what they
want," said Glatting senior plan-
ner Tara Salmieri, but the goal is
to get about 70 to 80 percent so
that the majority of people will be
pleased and more can get





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The Beaches Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader

June 8, 2007

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Teens get taste of medical careers at Baptist

Grace Allison opens a massive
filing cabinet, using two hands
to turn the black handle until
the doors unfold.
It's her first day on the job as
a teen volunteer at Baptist
Medical Center Beaches and she
is pulling charts for patients
with upcoming appointments
in Radiology.
The exposure is good for her
because she wants to pursue a
career in the medical field as
long as she does not have to
perform surgeries because "I'll
faint," she said.
While many teenagers will
spend their summer vacations
at the beach or the mall, a group
of teens will spend their days
volunteering at BMCB in vari-
ous areas of service.
The teen volunteer program,
sponsored by the auxiliary, has
been around for several years
and offers students the opportu-
nity to fulfill a community serv-
ice requirement for high school
However, many of the volun-
teers enjoy the experience so
much they return each summer,
even though they have met
their community service
"Its fun because some of them
[patients] like to talk to you and
tell you their history," said Janis
Thiemann, who is returning for
her third year to volunteer at
the hospital and is working in
the nursing department.
According to the Program
Chair Madeline Jarvis, many of
the students form bonds with
patients that, they see often,
which adds to the overall expe-
"You meet so many different
people from all walks of life,"
said Jordanne Ryan, who has
been volunteering at the hospi-
tal for the last three years even

though she has fulfilled her
community service require-
Volunteering helps satisfy
community service require-
ments needed to secure a a state
Bright Futures scholarship.
Some students consider the
experience positive exposure to
the inner workings of a hospital
and plan on applying their
knowledge in medical careers,
although not all of the students
plan on pursuing a medical
Jarvis said she thinks that the
exposure and experience gained
by students in the program who
want to study medicine is one
of its most "enriching" aspects.
"Its four hours out of your
day. That's a small price to pay
for the experience," said Pamela
Elder, who has also been in the
program for three years. Elder
plans to study anthropology,
but believes she will incorpo-
rate her hospital experience into
her future degree.
While students are supervised
and are not allowed to take on
any major medical tasks, they
help in other ways.
Some of their duties include
greeting people, filing, cleaning
and disinfecting patient's
rooms, inputting patient infor-
mation into the computer and
checking people into the hospi-
"We're easing people's anxi-
eties. Our job is to make things
go smoothly and .transition
well, Ryan said.
Students, who must be at
least 14 years old to participate
in the program, have to go
through an orientation process
and then can select the depart-
ment in which they wish to vol-
Students can choose from out-
patient registration, .being a
greeter or escort, radiology, out-
patient surgery, physical thera-

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Teen volunteers Grace Allison (left) and Janis
Thiemann (above) prepare for their shifts at Baptist
Medical Center Beaches. Allison opens a cabinet
to pull patient charts, while Thiemann refills ice.

Beach cleanup set
for early onJuly. 5
The City of Jacksonville's
Clean It Up, Green It Up
Division and the Beaches Sea
Turtle Patrol will coordinate
the annual Beaches Cleanup
on Thursday, July 5.
'"Volunteers wiliHmftLve lit1
Aaeand debris alditlithO
shoreline, enhancing the
beauty and safety of
Jacksonville's beaches.
SAdvance registration is
NOT required for the event.
,Litter bags and gloves will be
distributed to volunteers from
7-9 a.m. at the following loca-
e Atlantic Boulevard at the
oBeach Boulevard at the
*16th Avenue South in
Jacksonville Beach at the

*Participants must be at
least 18 or accompanied by
an adult and should bring,
water and wear sturdy
footwear and sun protection.
For more information, con-
tact Clean It Up, Green It Up
at 630-3420.. oi visit.i
www.coj.netX)eyw pdt..secl J:
"beaches cleanup." The
cleanup will only be can-
celled in the event of severe
weather warnings..

Sports Bible camp
Vacation Bible School
Sports Camp runs June 10-15
at St. Andrews Lutheran
Church, 1801 Beach Blvd,
Jacksonville Beach. The camp,
which offers stories, sports,
snacks, music and crafts for
children and adults, begins
each of the six evenings at 6
p.m. For information, call

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Administrator contract
being negotiated
St. Johns County attorney
Patrick McCormack has con-
firmed that negotiations with
Michael Wanchick, the coun-
ty's new administrator are
still ongoing. McCormack
said the negotiations are not
final but the projected start
date for the former assistant
city manager of Richardson,
Texas, is July 30. Wanchick
was selected from five final-
ists for the position by the St.
Johns County Commissioners
on May 22.

Charter proposal
meetings scheduled
Several workshops to held
concerning the proposed
charter form of government
for St. Johns County have
been planned.
Meetings will be held in all
five districts, with the first to
be held June 7 at the Bartram
Trail Branch Library. Other
meetings to discuss the topic
that will appear on the 2008
general election ballot are as
District 2 Hastings
Community Center July 18,
6:30 p.m.
District 3 Southeast
Branch Library August 9,
6:30 p.m..
District 4 Pointe Verde
Beach Branch Library Sept.
12, 6:30 p.m.
District 5 Anastasia Island
Library Oct. 11, 6:30 p.m.
Oct. 2 Charter presented
to the St. Johns County
Oct. 16 Charter presenta-
tion No. 2 before the St. Johns
County Commission .
Oct. 30 Charter presenta-
tion No. 3 before the St. Johns
County Commission

Nov. 13 Commissioners
vote on proposed charter


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Cont. from A-1
That means city officials
throughout the state will be
scrambling to set budgets and
millage rates in time to meet an
August deadline to notify tax-
Atlantic Beach City Manager
Jim Hanson said he has directed
his department heads to prep
budgets that will be 10 percent
below the current year's budget.
A normal budget will be pre-
sented to the commission,
assuming no property tax
reform. Then a list of cost-cut-
ting options will be provided to
the commission for considera-
tion if reform passes.
So far, the city has been look-
ing to cut between $500,000
and $1 million from its budget,
which is approximately $10
million, Hanson said.
He said if service has to be cut
he expects residents to be
"That's why we have the
Beach cities. People demand a
higher level of service," Hanson
said. "I take issue with the state
legislature trying to supplant
locals with a one size fits all
According to the Florida
League Of Cities, the legisla-
ture's Select Committee on
Property Tax Relief and Reform
will meet Monday prior to the
Special Legislative Session that
convenes June 12.
To date, no specifics have
been presented on legislative
proposals and the fiscal impact
to cities, according to the
League, which represents the
interests of municipalities in
The League has suggested
cities contact the county prop-
erty appraiser and "develop a


Cont. from A-1
"Safety seems to be a real
big value of the community,"
said one of the facilitators
and the firm's Senior Planner
Tara Salmieri after citizens
posted their values on a wall
with Post-It notes.
Some of the other key val-
ues expressed were a sense of
community and a more fami-
ly-oriented environment.
Troy Russ, the firm's direc-
tor of urban design, detailed
the elements of a city and
explained to citizens.essential
design qualities that make
some cities superior tartid-.
could bring their ideas. and
values to fruition.
"You have good bones," he
said of the city's overall struc-
ture, but explained how they
could be improved.
Russ said that attention to
detail and overall design are
what make town centers dif-
ferent than the rest of the city
and asked residents to think
about these things as they
discussed their ideas.
"A downtown should be a
reflection of your city in
microcosm," he said.
Russ told citizens to think
about the six. basic elements
that compose a city, which
include public buildings,
neighborhoods, parks, the
natural environment, streets
and commercial centers while
creating their downtown


Cont. from A-1
"It's iron-clad," said
Robinson of the lease. "We're
not going anywhere until
The Setzers, owners of the
building for 21,years, died in
early 2007 and their four
daughters, in Texas, inherited
the property, manager said.
According to alley managers,
the family wanted to sell the
property, which is appraised by
the county at about $1.1 mil-
Beach Bowl employs about
25 people who are all Beaches
Robinson has worked there
for eight years and Paula
Coenen, the other manager,
has worked there nearly since
it was opened, she said in
1983. It is 24 lanes and has
many participants in its
leagues which are offered for
children as young as age three.
They are actively involved in
the community and the
schools, offering free bowling
cards to.students regularly.
"We try to run a nice, safe,
clean place for parents to bring
their kids," Robinson said.
"There really aren't any family
activities at the Beach any-
more. We are one of the last
They said that the communi-
ty had a huge response to the
signs being posted, so much so
that the alley had to put out an
official memo reassuring
bowlers that the facility is not
closing down just yet.
"It's been overwhelming the

process to evaluate the fiscal
impact of a proposed constitu-
tional amendment. The details
of this proposal are not avail-
able yet, but it is expected to
create enhanced homestead
exemptions based on property
values," the league said in a
June 6 memo..
Since the legislature is consid-
ering statutory changes requir-
ing cities to roll back revenues
based on a city's "fiscal pru-
dence" over the last five years,
the league has also suggested
cities consider how they might
fare under a "fiscal prudence
evaluation." No details are pro-
vided, however.
Hanson said such an evalua-
tion is a "pretty vague term, but
then there's vagueness to it all."
The committee has already
said it plans to have a constitu-
tional amendment on the ballot
on January 29, 2008, the same
day as the Florida Presidential
Primary. That vote would alter
homestead exemptions.
That is the second phase of a
two-part process to cut property
taxes in the state, according to
the League.
In the first phase, immediate
statutory tax relief will require
cities to cut property taxes
based on past taxing perform-
ance, according to a joint letter
by Senate President Ken Pruitt
and House Speaker Marco
Rubio. Their comments include
a condensed outline of the
agreement drafted so far in the
legislature. Overriding that cap
would have to be done by an
"extraordinary vote," the defi-
nition of which is unclear,
Jarboe said.
"For now cities are question-
ing the short and long term of
it," Hanson said.

Russ gave examples of
pedestrian-friendly cities that
have a concentrated hub of
public institutions, parks and
commercial districts, such as
Celebration, Fla. and West
Palm Beach, Fla.
"The community of tomor-
row is actually the communi-
ty of yesterday," he said.
He emphasized the impor-
tance of "walkable" commu-
nities, explaining that one
quality of a well-designed city
is a "park once environ-
ment," in which a person can
park. their car one time and
i, walk to -all o-the places they"
need to go, '" .::: '' ..' j .
"The average American will
only walk 500 feet," he said.
"If you can improve the qual-
ity of the walk, you'll get
them to walk up to half a
He also emphasized that in
order to do this, the develop-
ment community would have
to be allowed some flexibility.
Residents sat and discussed
their issues and overall vision
Sfor the downtown area and
then presented ideas.
The firm will use this infor-
mation to create a checklist
for their planning.
"Even though we're in a
room full of people with dif-
ferent values, we're coming
down to about eight or nine
things that give you a core
value," Salmieri said.

PV Senior Center gets new chef

atrons of the new Players
Senior Community Center in
Ponte Vedra Beach are delight-
ed about the special treatment their
taste buds are getting now that
Chef Alan McWilliam has been
Working from a sparkling new
commercial-grade kitchen in the
center that opened May 8,
McWilliam whips up specials such
as chicken salad with alfalfa, chick-
en cordon bleu and gourmet sand-
wiches for lunch daily.
Seniors having lunch Tuesday said
his meals beat the ones that used to
come from the St. Johns County
Council on Aging's kitchen in St.
Augustine, which were kept warm
until noon.
Among those lunching Tuesday
were Jo and Sid Mickler, who have
attended senior programs in the
Ponte Vedra-Palm Valley area since
they began at 148 Canal Boulevard
in November 2003.
"Last week he did a roast beef and
mashed potatoes that were just fab-
ulous," Jo Mickler said of the new

When the COA was looking for a
chef for the new center, it wanted
someone who "gets" the concept of
treating seniors well, executive
director Cathy Brown has said.
Brown said Tuesday she was look-
ing for someone "way overqualified"
for the job because she knows how
important meals are for a good
quality of life.
"Having good food makes it more
worthwhile for everyone to get
together, share a meal and enjoy
each others' company," Brown said.
McWilliam has been a chef for
about 20 years. He worked for the
Holiday Inn in Baymeadows before
he was hired by the center.
He said he is enjoying working
with the staff and volunteers at the
Players center, and especially the
patrons, who he said are all "won-
derful people" .
"It's a very positive, fun atmos-
phere," McWilliam said.
In addition to preparing Tuesday's
lunch, the chef was planning the
fare for the grand opening of the
center Friday at noon.
He said he plans on a finger food
menu and a carving station with
beef, turkey and ham as well as a
pasta bar.

LeMaster name urged

for new PV school

A committee composed
largely of Ponte Vedra Beach
residents is renewing its push
to name the new Ponte Vedra
high school after the late
Edward B. LeMaster.
Meanwhile, St. Johns
schools Superintendent
Joseph Joyner on Tuesday
released the name of his
selection to head the new
high school Craig Speziale,
co-principal of. Miami
Jackson Senior High. (See
story, this page).
In a June 2 letter, Malcolm
W. Robinson Jr., a member of
the "Edward B. LeMaster
Memorial Committee," says
the committee recommends
naming the school for Mr.
LeMaster, "who was its chief
Mr. LeMaster, a
Jacksonville native who was
general manager and later

Cont. from A-1

Fletcher said in his letter
that the subcommittee, which
he was not a part of, had a
"full scale debate on district
representation" and then
issued a recommendation.
The recommendation sug-
gested that the city be divided
into four districts and a com-
missioner would have to live
in each district. However, the
election of them would be
city-wide, according to
Fletcher also said that the
full committee was not proper-
ly notified of the subcommit-
tee meeting.
Hanson said he took respon-

consultant to the Ponte
Vedra Inn & Club, died in
November 2005 at his ocean-
front home in Ponte Vedra
A two-page "detailed back-
ground" explaining why the
committee is promoting the
LeMaster name for the school
accompanied Robinson's let-
It apparently is the same
background letter sent last
fall by the committee.
Member Doug Crane said
Tuesday the letter was being
reissued so Mr. LeMaster's
name would stay in the pub-
lic eye while the school's
name is being selected.
Joyner is expected to
appoint members of the
community for a committee
that will select a school
The school is expected to
open in August 2008.

.i 11 a, ; ..' ,Ji'.i* .i r

sibility, saying "the ball got
dropped" due to an oversight.
Hanson spoke to City
Attorney Alan Jensen, who
advised that the committee
should disregard the subcom-
mittee recommendation.
The full committee also had
discussions about district rep-
resentation at previous meet-
ings, Hanson said.
While Hanson agreed that
Fletcher was correct in his
accusations as to what hap-
pened, he said that he does
not think that the integrity
and credibility of the commit-
tee has been compromised.
"I think it was maybe the
subcommittee being a little
overzealous," he said.

Photo by STAFF
Paula Coenen and Tom
Yamamoto stand behind the
desk at Beach Bowl. Paula
has worked at the alley since it
opened 24 years ago.

amount of responses we've had
and they are still coming every
day," Robinson said.
As for the fate of the alley
when the lease runs out,
Robinson said that the opera-
tors will do their best to try and
keep it open for the Beaches

"We're kind of hoping a
knight in shining armor will
come through and decide that
the Beach still needs a bowling
center, because we sure think
so," he said.

Chef Alan McWilliam offers lunch to a visitor at
the Players Senior Community Center.

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June 8, 2007 Locally Owned and Operated m Serving the Beaches since 1963 THE BEACHES LEADER/PONTE VEDRA LEADER

What others are saying:

The following editorial was printed on June 6,
2007, in the Fernandina Beach News-Leader.

Who will pay

for the ferry?

The Mayport ferry is popular with Nassau County resi-
dents, many of whom use it to cut short the journey from
Amelia Island to Atlantic, Jacksonville, Neptune and Ponte
Vedra beach communities.
But the ferry is not self-sustaining with current fares.
Revenue from passengers is about $1.1 million, leaving a
nearly $800,000 gap that Duval County has covered,
according to Susie Wiles, spokesperson for Jacksonville
Mayor John Peyton. Next year a subsidy of as much as $1
million may be needed, Wiles said.
Peyton has indicated the city can no longer afford the
subsidy. Gov. Charlie Crist vetoed a $396,000 state appro-
priation proposed by area legislators to help cover the
The service was once funded by the state Department of
Transportation because the ferry links A1A from Fort
George Island to Mayport. The state route could use the
Dames Point bridge, but that might actually cost more to
maintain, creates a longer drive for travelers and bypasses
The problem is a simple one. Taxpayers, including many
who live on Amelia Island, are fed up and don't want to
pay more for local and state services. But these services
cost money; someone must pay, or the services must be
reduced or eliminated.
We want to see the ferry saved it's one of our favorite
But we cannot advocate that Nassau County govern-
ments contribute to ferry operations. Any government
subsidy should be shared by Duval and state governments
to help defray costs.
Perhaps the developers who have proposed major rede-
velopment of the fishing village of Mayport would be will-
ing to pony up; they certainly stand to lose if the ferry is
Finally, perhaps the price of a ferry trip should be
increased significantly. User fees are fair because they fall
most heavily on those who use the service.
The ferry is a great service, both practical and fun. But'
somebody must pay for it. If it's worth it, they will.
If not ....

Letters to the editor:

AB's trash collection

schedule just stinks

To the editor:
I am sure that being a con-
stituent that resides on
Saratoga Circle, instead of
Beach Avenue, that my con-
cerns are probably not as
important as others.
However, I must compli-
ment you and your associates
on the city commission with
coming up with an issue that
will probably galvanize the
entire community by. the
Fourth of July.
Over here at our little resi-
dence on Saratoga Circle we
have a front porch, complete
with rocking chairs, that has
the most fragrant honey suck-
le vine next to it. During the
evenings, as our neighbors are
out walking their pets or stop-
ping by to chat, yes just like
Beach Avenue residents we do
that too, we have noticed the
stench of garbage cooking in
our newly supplied waste cans
placed adjacent to our resi-

What were ya'll thinking.
These things are cookers
when garbage is placed in
them, exposed to 90 degree
heat on a daily basis, and not
picked up for seven days.
I guess every seven days I
will add breaking out the
bleach and scrub brushes to
the list of daily chores I was
trying to avoid as I approach
retirement age.
I am sure that this cost cut-
ting measure was "well
thought out", and as a life
long resident of Atlantic
Beach I do not expect six day
a week garbage pick up as we
once had, but please. Maybe
you could drop off some of
those little hangy-down air
fresheners that people use in
their cars.
Make ours honeysuckle

Respectfully, (of course)
R. Bruce Carter
Atlantic Beach (46 years)



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More letters to the editor:

Palms Presbyterian 50th coverage well done

To the editor:
I am writing on behalf on the
committee for the 50th
Anniversary Celebration of the
founding of Palms Presbyterian
Church to express our gratitude
for the fine article written by
Kathy Nicoletti which
appeared in the the May 4th
issue of The Beaches Leader /
Ponte Vedra Leader papers.
Ms. Nicoletti's article was
comprehensive, well-written

and clearly described the
unique history of our 'little
church which grew...' from 11
members to a congregation of
1200 in just fifty years. The
photos selected to, accompany
the article were particularly
illustrative and attention-get-
ting and so appropriate for the
The Leader papers have been
supportive to the churches of
the Beaches communities for

years. We at Palms are grateful
for your continuing support,
especially as we continue our
yearlong Golden Anniversary
Again, thank you very much
for the wonderful 50th
Anniversary Celebration arti-

Anne Flora
Publicity Chairman, 50th

Do we understand what tax relief means?

To the editor:
Just think: who would ha\'e
i imagined 10 years ago that
Jacksonville would be elevated
to first-tier status worthy of
hosting a Super Bowl?
Certainly this would not have
happened if we hadn't
achieved the infrastructure and
quality of life improvements
that all of us enjoy today.
While the idea of property
tax relief sounds great, I won-
der if we really understand
what it means. For those of us
who have lived in Jacksonville
for the past several years, we've
been energized by the positive
growth of a city on the rise.
Chances are you play a part in
that growth.
This will likely change if one
of the current versions of prop-
erty tax reform is approved.
Basic services will be reduced
including library access, servic-
es to vulnerable people, crime
prevention initiatives, econom-
ic development efforts which
help bring higher wage jobs to
the city, and arts and culture
which in Jacksonville has suc-

cessfully spurred downtown
development, attracted tourists
and positively impacted learn-
ing and' literacy along with a
host of other dynamic quality
of life indicators. This is
because Duval County is being
asked to bear a much heavier
-burden than communities in
South Florida.
Art and cultural organiza-
tions in Jacksonville will be
severely impacted by this cut in .
Locally, the $3.75 million
invested in cultural organiza-
tions produced an economic
;impact of more than $131 mil-
lion and support more than
1,000 jobs. State-wide, the fig-
ures reach $2.9 billion gross
state product and more than
28,000 full-time equivalent
jobs. Art and Culture is directly
tied to tourism. Seven million
out-of-state tourists visited a
cultural facility or attended a
cultural event as a primary
activity of their trip to Florida,
accounting for $4.5 billion of
tourist spending. The arts and
culture industry contributes

substantially to the.successqf
two of the JEDC's main objec-.
tives: 1) to recruit and expand
higher wage jobopportunities,
and 2) to promote a healthy
and vibrant 'downtown.
Consider the potential for lost
revenues as fewer workers, are
retained or recruited due to a
perceived decline in the city' s
quality of life.
The proposed elimination of
service grants to the arts will
severely impact how arts and
cultural organization serve our
community. Programs will be.
cut and some organizations
may not be able to survive.
The members of our Duval
Delegation need to hear from
us right now so that they can
harness our concerns and share
them with the Governor and
State legislators. If we do not,
we will once again go to the
back of' the line while other
Florida cities flourish in the
phenomenal growth of our

Joseph Schwarz
'Atlantic Beach

Automated trash collection presents issues

To the editor:
The new automated' trash
collection service that begins
next week in Jacksonville
Beach presents a number of
issues. These issues do not
appear to have been raised,
addressed, or communicated to
citizens, either by the City or
by our two local newspapers.
The purpose of this letter is to
Sask the City Council to ade-
quately consider, address, and
communicate on each of these
issues publicly, as a yardstick
against which the success of
the change is measured.
Current trash crews are able
to service both sides of most
streets with one pass. The new
service appears to require a sep-
arate trip for each direction.
This would appear to nearly
double each of the following:
Wear and tear on city
Fuel consumption,
Air pollution including
greenhouse gasses,
Risk of accident with other.
vehicles and pedestrians.'
How are homeowners on
opposite sides of one-way
streets affected.
The reduction in risk of
injury to trash crews has been
cited often as a benefit. Has the
comparative risk of injury to
citizens from this change been
examined. It appears reason-
able that seniors, petite individ-
uals, and others will.likely find

the new containers which are
taller and larger than the con-
tainers and trash bags in com-
mgn use today -- present signif-
icantly greater risk of injury
than current practice. This
includes range-of-motion
The workforce reductions
have been cited often as a ben-
efit. It appears 50% or more of
the current workforce now
loses their job. What is the
city's thinking on why this is a
benefit. From the parochial
perspective of a private-sector
entity such as Southland Waste
Systems the benefit is clear.
Labor costs are typically most
significant, and reductions
here quickly drive to the bot-
tom line. From the broader
public-sector. view, job num-
bers are an important public
policy concern. Significant job
losses such as these are typical-
ly front-page news given seri-
ous treatment.
SThe City Manager is quoted
in City Council minutes as say-
ing he does not foresee an
increase in costs to citizens in
the next few years. What is the
justification for this statement,
and could this outcome have
been secured without funda-
mentally altering the service.
What is the relation of this
change to the longer-term issue
of economically viable landfill
capacity. Is this a step in the
direction of throttling the pub-

lic's waste stream.
Overall, this appears to be a
case where quality of service
will deteriorate, risks. will be
shifted to citizens, and no clear
benefit will accrue to the com-
munity. The move seems pri-
marily of benefit in enhancing
the long-term profit potential
of the contractor. What is the
evidence to the contrary.
The current public relations
campaign supporting rollout of
this new service is certainly
upbeat in the face of these
issues, and this citizen is not
eager to rain on this parade. In
any case the new five-year con-
tract with Southland Waste
Systems authorized by City
Council over the sole objection
of Mayor Sharp last October
appears immovable.
However, the success of this
new arrangement must be
monitored against a recogniza-
ble yardstick. I ask the City to
scrutinize the new contract
together with these and other
concerns to construct that
yardstick, keep the public
informed, and terminate the
agreement swiftly should
expectations fall short of con-
tractual reality. I also ask the
Beaches Leader to do what it
does best: provide meaningful

Eric Geller
Jacksonville Beach


letters to

the editor:

Ferry solution?

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To the editor
The solution for the
Mayport Ferry is PRIVATE
OWNERSHIP! Remove all fare
restrictions so that the ferry
service can become a profit
making enterprise.
Mr. Meserve's quote that
approximately 400,000 vehi-
cles use the ferry service every
year (almost 1200 vehicles
daily) raises the question
why? The answer is because it
is within the economic inter-
est of the users. Even more so,
as Mr. Meserve points out, due
to the very sharp rise in fuel
prices. Private ownership
would be economically justi-
fied because virtually all of the4 .,
increase in total revenue
would become incremental
total profits and achieving
maximization of profits.
This result occurs because
the demand curve for ferry
service is very highly inelastic.
Therefore, even a doubling of
the current fares may not
result in any loss of users
because it is likely that poten-
tial users would be waiting to
replace the loss due to shorter
lines. Remember that the
ferry service is operating at or
close to capacity. Finally, the
above statements pertain only
to weekday activity. Weekend
activity would have a more
elastic curve because of a user
with a different purpose, busi-
ness versus recreation.
But, even the user demand
curve for weekend activity
would still have, an inelastic
demand curve. The logical
-.r~nieroecpnomic ., solution
would be a two-tier price sys-
No other solution exists.
Benefit-cost analysis would
reveal that the state is making
a poor investment with its
Subsidy of the ferry by calling
it economic development for
Mayport. None dare call it by
its real name: POLITICAL
No mention was made as to
the number of days that the
ferry service was not available
due to bad weather and holi-
days. You many want to look
at the record for the past five
What proposals were made
to build a bridge or tunnel at
this crossing in the past 10
years? It would seem to me
that. with all the veterans
holding public office in
Jacksonville and the beaches,
and with the expansion of the
Mayport base, that someone,
either military or civilian,
would have made such a pro-
posal. I raise this question
because Mr. Meserve put forth
the need for military use argu-
ment for keeping the ferry.
Ferry service in the United
States is on the decline as
remote areaS become more
populated. A bridge or tunnel
should have replaced the
Mayport ferry at least five
years ago-don't you agree?
If the military has a real
need to have a crossing at this
location, then they should be
requesting funding from
Homeland Security and other
appropriate sources at the
national level. Florida is fortu-
nate to have a new governor
who is willing to take on the
difficult task of cutting the
budget. His decision regarding
the Mayport ferry is absolute-
ly correct!

Don Bottini

The Beaches Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader

Julne Isv--I


Buy it, Sell it. Find it

in the Classifieds

Grand theft was reported on
May 24 in the 1000 block of
Hibiscus, according to a police
report. The complainant said
that some of the tenants who
live in her mom's house, rent
free sold some of her moth-
er's things. However, she
could not provide proof of
ownership or any information
about the items, according to
the report.

Calvin Lee Shumen, 50, was
arrested for possession of a
firearm or concealed weapon
in the 2400 block of Mayport
Road, according to a police
report. Police were dispatched
to a hotel because of.a suspi-
cious person and hotel man-
agement requested that police
remove the occupant from a
room. As police were escort-
ing the suspect, another officer
located a firearm in the room.
The suspect said it was not his
and that a friend of his was
holding it for someone. The
suspect said he panicked when
he saw police and hid the gun
under the bed. He told police
that he thought if he hid the
gun, "it would just go away,"
according to the report.

Employee theft was reported
on June 5 in the 1100 block of
Seagate Avenue, according to a
police report. The com-
plainant told police that the
suspect had been hired the
previous day to work with a
lawn service company for the
apartment complex. He asked
some employees where he
could purchase heroin. He
had the company's blower in
his trunk and left the site. The
suspect later called the com-
plainant and told her that the
blower was at Fletcher High
School. The complainant did
not want to press charges
because the equipment had
been returned, according to
the report.

Miranda B. Barber, 18, was
arrested for possession of
cocaine and possession of 20
grams or less of cannabis,
according to a police report.
* *
Edward John Hunghes, 39,
was arrested for being a habit-
ual traffic offender, possession
of cocaine, possession of 20
*gram's or less of cannabis,~os-
isesfoins t of Ailt FtrdHl~1adrub-
stance and possession of drug
paraphernalia, according to a
police report.

Grand theft was reported on
June 4 in the 1100 block of
Fifth Street, according to a
police report. The com-
plainant's son's cell phone,
worth approximately $350,
was stolen, according to the

Burglary was reported on
June 4 in the 100 block of
Gaillardia Place, according to a
police report. Someone stole
15 CDs and a baseball cap
from the victim's car, accord-
ing to the report.
.* *
Aggravated assault was
reported on June 6 in the 800
block of 5th Avenue S., accord-
ing to a police report.

Burglary to an automobile
was reported on May 31 in the
first block of 18th Avenue N.,
according to a police report.
One of the victims had a wal-
let stolen from her vehicle and.
the other victim had her
checkbook and $260 stolen
from her purse which was in
the trunk of the vehicle,
according to the report.

Grand theft was reported on
June 3 in the 400 block of
Marsh Landing Parkway,
according to a police report.
The victim parked his bike
inside the doors of Target and
went shopping. When he
returned his bike was missing.
A surveillance tape showed a
suspect walk off with the bicy-
cle. A silver truck pulled up
and the suspect placed the
bike in it, got into the vehicle
and the drove away, according
to the report.

Burglary to a business was
reported on June 4 in the 300
block of 9th Avenue N.,
according to a police report.
Two witnesses observed a male
looking into a store window
and then heard the crash of
breaking glass. They observed
the same male come out of the
doorway and get into a car
that drove away. The owner
said that $200 in cash was
missing, according to the

Burglary to an automobile
was reported on June 4 in the
900 block of 15th Street S.,
according to a police report.
The victim's wallet and his
wife's purse were stolen from
their vehicle, according to the

Burglary to a business was
reported on June 4 in the 4300
block of South Beach Parkway,
according to a police report.
Several items were stolen from
a construction site trailer,
totaling approximately $3,450
in value, according to the

Deputies and detectives with
the St. Johns County Sheriff's
Office' are looking for Ernest
Schmidt, 66, of St. Johns
County, Who was last seen by
his wife about 3:30 p.m.
Sunday on the beach south of
St. Augustine Beach.
Schmidt walked away from
his wife northbound on. the
beach when they got into a
disagreement, deputies said.
The wife reported the disap-
pearance to the Sheriff's Office
shortly after 5 p.m., and
deputies issued a "be on the

lookout" alert. Schmidt is
described as white, 5 feet, 8
inches tall and weighing 200
pounds. He was last seen,
wearing a blue and white
bathing suit with flowers and
no shirt. He did not have a
wallet or cell phone in his pos-
Anyone seeing him should
contact Detective Tim Rollins
at 824-8304.

Burglary-motor vehicle was
reported on June 4 in the 600
block of Ponte Vedra Lakes
Blvd. The victim said an
unknown person broke into
her vehicle and stole her stereo
player and two speakers from
her trunk between 9 p.m. and
8:45 a.m. The victim said
when she went to her car at
8:45 a.m. to run errands, she
noticed the stereo was missing
and her speakers as well. There
was no signs of forced entry to
the vehicle and no physical
evidence was found.
* *
.Criminal mischief was
reported on April 4 in the 600
block of Ponte Vedra Lake
Blvd. The victim told police
someone broke into the rear
passenger window of his truck.
Police investigated the inci-
dent and searched the vehicle,
which had a small crack on the
outside and was shattered on
the inside portion.

Suspicious circumstance was
reported on June 4 in the 100
block of Retreat Place. Police
were dispatched to meet with
officials from Skyline Roofing,
Inc. who told the deputies that
a former employee was using
the company name falsely to
do roofing jobs. The former
employee had done a job and
collected $600 for the the job.
The information about the for-
mer employee was taken by'
deputies from the officials
with the roofing company.

Burglary-motor vehicle was
reported on June 4 in the 200
block of Vista Grande Dr. The
victim told police someone
entered her car during the
night and stole her Sony PSP
game system valued at $150.'
The game system was removed
from the glove box of the vehi-

Burglary-motor vehicle was
reported on June 5 in the 400
block of Clearwater Drive. The
victim told police that during
the night, someone broke.the
window of his vehicle and
took a purse that was on the
front passenger side floor.The
victim told deputies that sever-
al burglaries had occurred over
the past few weeks. Deputies
observed the shattered win-
dow which the suspect used to
gain entry but no prints were
found at the scene.

Civil complaint was filed on
June 6 in the 10 block of S.
Roscoe Blvd. Deputies arrived
at the home of victims who
had a tree fall on their car. A
victim said the car was parked
at the said address and during
a thunderstorm, a tree was
blown over due to high winds
and landed on the hood of the
vehicle, denting it and break-
ing the windshield.
* *
Burglary-motor vehicle was
reported on June 5 in the 800
block of Bay Tree Lane. Police
responded to a delayed report
where the victim told them
someone had burglarized his
The victim parked the car in
the driveway on June 4 and
last observed it at 3 p.m. He
noticed the tailgate was not
secure on the truck the follow-
ing morning and noticed
binoculars, change and a GPS
system missing from the vehi-
cle, totaling $236.
* *
Burglary- motor vehicle was
reported on June 5 in the 800
block of Bay Tree.Lane. While-
deputies were investigating
one offense in the 800 block of
Bay Tree Lane, they were
informed that another had
taken place in the same block.
The victim advised deputies
that his vehicle was parked in
his driveway at 7 p.m. and he
returned the next morning to
find that several items in the
center console were moved.
The victim explained that the
garage door opener was out of
place and miscellaneous
paperwork was5 found between
the passenger seat and the cen-
ter console. He said nothing
was missing at the time of the

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Grand theft was reported in
the 100 block of Nautilus Lane
on June 5. Police were dis-
patched to the residence
where they met with a woman
who told them her daughter-
in-law had two rings totaling
$10,205 stolen out of her jew-
elry box in the bathroom. The
woman told deputies that two
men had come to the resi-
dence to replace two outlets
inside the house and one out-
side, the house.
The woman who filed the
report sid she did not pay
attention to the two workers
who were doing the job on the
electrically system but when
her daughter-in-law came
home to get her wedding ring,
she noticed it was not in the
jewelry box and another ring
was also missing. The woman
said she contacted the electric
company who stated they
would cooperate with the
investigation, but did not
think anyone from the compa-
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DEC chairs elected
from North Florida
Two North Florida DEC chairs
were recently elected to key
leadership posts in the
Democratic County Chairs
Association (DCCA). Travis
Bridges, Duval County
Democratic Executive
Committee chair, was
appointed DCCA Director
fpr Region 3, an area that
encompasses 5 North Florida
counties: Duval, Clay, Baker,
St. Johns and Nassau coun-
ties. Bridges is a member of
the Beaches Democratic Club.
Lonny Awerdick, St. Johns
County DEC chair, was elect-
ed president. In their leader-
ship roles the two will mentor
Democratic Party groups in
smaller counties and help
coordinate political cam-
paigns for state and national
offices. Awerdick is a long-
time St. Johns Democratic
Party activist who has put
emphasis on get out the vote
efforts and engaging volun-

Publix promotes fruits and
vegetables for kids
More than 900 Publix stores
are participating in Produce
for Kids (PFK), a national
program that promotes the
importance of adding more
fruits and vegetables to chil-
dren's daily diets and raises
funds for Children's Miracle
Network hospitals serving
local communities. The cam-
paign is scheduled through
June 27. A PFK Web site has
been designed to be more
user-friendly and interactive.
The site features information
backed by nutritionists. Other
additions include a "No
Adults Allowed! Healthy Kids
Club." Kids can also win
prizes by using an online
scorecard to keep track of
points earned for healthy
activities completed. The
scorecard is submitted at the
end of the campaign and
points are tallied. The con-
testant with the most points
will win a vacation. Other
prizes include a. Nintendo
Wii, Dance Dance
Revolution? game mat and an
in-line skate package.

Keller Williams Realty, Atlantic Partners officially opened its
new 5,700-square-foot office in the South Beach Regional
Shopping Center and used the event to raise money for its char-
ity, Keller Williams Cares. The opening was officially kicked-off
with a ribbon cutting ceremony by Jacksonville Beach Mayor
Fland Sharp with approximately 300 in attendance. The facility
features wireless technology, agent offices and work spaces, train-
ing facility and conference rooms. Led by Operating Principals,
Steve Tufts and Brian Fair, and Team Leader, Margaret Sherrill, the
Jacksonville Beach market center opened just a year ago on May
9, 2006. There are now 76 agents.

Mayo Clinic doctor
recognized for work
on sleep studies
Paul A. Fredrickson, MD,
was recently named one of
two recipients of the
American Academy of Sleep
Medicine's (AASM) Mark O.
Hatfield Award for 2007. He
will be presented with the
award at SLEEP 2007, the 21st
Annual Meeting of* the
Associated Professional Sleep
Societies (APSS), June 11, in
Minneapolis. Fredrickson
chairs the departments of
psychiatry and psychology at
the Mayo Clinic, where he is
also an associate professor of
psychiatry, co-director of the
sleep disorders center and
director of the nicotine
dependence center.

New retailers coming
to Town Center
The developers of St. Johns
Town Center have announced
ta list of tenants that will be a
part of the second phase of the
project, at the intersection of J.
Turner Butler Boulevard and I-
295 at St. Johns Bluff Road. The
additional retail ,lineup
includes: Abercrombie, Aldo,
Baker's, Betsey Johnson, BCBG,
Brooks Brothers, Coach, MAC
Cosmetics, Pottery Barn, Sole
Mio, The Walking Company,
Tommy Bahama and Urban
Outfitters. New restaurants will
include Cameron Mitchell's,
Cantina Laredo and Capital
Grille. The phase will consist of
approximately 230,000 square
feet of retail on 43 acres to
open for business in the fall.

Stachitas promoted
Martha Stachitas of K. Fehling
& Associates has been promoted
to vice president of recruiting
for the Ponte Vedra-based exec-
utive search company.
Previously, Stachitas was a
senior vice president for execu-
tive search at Barnes Roche, a
national consulting firm, and
was director of development for
the University of North Florida's
Coggin College of Business.
The company also has added
Marcia Binder, an attorney who
lives near Philadelphia, as
research consultant and
Miranda Rossell, a junior at
Winona State University in
Minnesota, as an intern in data-
base research.

Town has open house
at Nocatee
An open house at the town of
Nocatee being built west of
Ponte Vedra Beach will be held
10 a.m. to 6 p.m. June 23 and
noon to 6 p.m. June 24.
The Discover Nocatee tour
will give the public a chance to
see the palm-lined entrance,
paved streets with classic street-
lights, neighborhood entrances
and other landscaping.
The tour will feature model
homes by American
Homebuilders, Centex,
CornerStone, Toll Brothers and
Del Webb.
Visitors will be issued a pass-
port at any of the builder loca-
tions and will receive a stamp at
each of the stops on the
Discover Nocatee tour.
Completed passports can be
returned for a chance to win a
$2,000 vacation. Nocatee is a
mixed-use development being
built on 15,000 acres on both
sides of old County Road 210
and Nocatee Parkway between
the Intracoastal Waterway and
U.S. 1.

Tour companies merge
Gary Sass, president of AdLib
Luxury Tours & Transportation,
announces'the acquisition of
North Florida Tours, an historic
and penalty tour operator,
N" gTif sub-,
sidiary oTAdLib, Sass said.
"They have outstanding
guides including retired muse-
um curators, history teachers
and writers as well as talented
interpreters speaking numerous
languages," he said. NFT will
continue operations as normal
in St. Augustine, and the head-
quarters will be in Ponte Vedra.
PV woman on state
podiatric board
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has been reappointed by Gov.
Charlie Crist to the Board of
Podiatric Medicine. Her term
began May 31 and will end
October 31, 2010.

Nonprofits unite
With local area nonprofits
facing major funding cuts
resulting from the Florida
Legislature's anticipated prop-
erty tax reforms, the
Nonprofit Center of
Northeast Florida has called
an emergency summit June
11 at the auditorium of the
Duval County School
Administration Building,
1701 Prudential Dr., at 10
a.m. The event, Preparing for
the Storm, will address the
local impact of proposed tax
and revenue reductions and
invite discussion on the true
cost of property tax cuts,
announced Rena Coughlin,
President and CEO of the
Nonprofit Center.

Cindy Stoddart, executive director of the Cultural Center at Ponte Vedra Beach (left) and
Sandy Wilson (right), marketing director for the center, accept a $2,000 check from Sherry
Davidson, president of Davidson Realty. The money was raised last month at a tour of homes
and art at World Golf Village north of St. Augustine.

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new K-9 dog
With its former vendor
under the cloud of a federal
investigation, the
Jacksonville Beach Police
department has opted to buy
a new police dog from a
Pennsylvania kennel.
Police Chief Bruce
Thomason said a new dog is
needed to replace K-9 Bacco,
a 5-year-old dog that was put
into service in 2004. Bacco is
susceptible to heat stroke and
has suffered at least two in
the past three years,
Thomason said, so the
department's veterinarian
recommended retirement. ,
Bacco, once replaced,', ill
be given to ihis' handler,
Officer Morris Ingle. The dog,
used in patrol and drug
detection techniques, can
not simply be given away to
anybody, Thomason
A new dog is expected to
cost $5,500.
Previously the department
bought K-9 from a North
Carolina kennel, but an
ongoing federal investigation
at that kennel prompted the
department to look else-
where, Thomason said.

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Helping Hands Golf
The 2nd annual Helping
Hands Village Golf Outing will
be held at 1:30 p.m. on Sunday
at the Selva Marina Country
Club. Proceeds from the event
will benefit Helping Hands'
efforts to provide transitional
housing for homeless families.
For information on sponsor-
ships or participating call Paul
Grafton at 223-3608 or Ray
Hughes at 223-5528 (evenings)
or 221-1700 (daytime).

Fish Fry
St. Andrew A.M.E. Church
will have a Fish Fry from 11
a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday.
The donation is $7. The
church address is 125 Ninth
Street South in Jacksonville
Beach. For information or to
place an order call 246-1756.

"Sold Out" Tour
The worship group "Sold
Out" will bring their 2007
Abundant Love Tour to Beach
United Methodist Church in
free performances this week-
end. Perfomances are open to
the public and will be at 6 p.m.
on Saturday and 9:30 a.m. on
Sunday in BUMC Family Life
Center at 3rd St. and 8th Ave.
N. in Jacksonville Beach. "Sold
Out" offers a Biblical message
through contemporary
Christian music, dance, and.
dramatic sketches.

Anglican Bishop Visits
The Rt. Rev. Thomas
Johnston, Jr., who serves with
Anglican Mission in the
Americas, will visit Anglican
Beaches Church at the 5 p.m.
service on Sunday. Anglican
Beaches Church meets at First
Christian Church of the
Beaches at 2125 Oceanfront in
Neptune Beach. For informa-
tion call Sam Van Leer at 280-
MusicDramaDance Camp

Christ the Redeemer Church
will offer a summer arts camp
with a Christian perspective
for music, drama, and dance
students from 4th grade
through adult on August 13 to
17. Camp will begin at 9 a.m.
and end with optional private
lessons at 3:30 p.m.
For information contact
Robin Sheffield at 285-8009
ext. 16 or email robins@christ- Registration
is $125 before July 13. The
church address is 190 S. Roscoe
Blvd. in Ponte Vedra.

Palms Open House
Ken Amaro will be the guest
speaker at Palms Open House
Luncheon at noon on
Wednesday, June 13 in Palms
Fellowship Hall. Amaro is "The
Viewers Advocate" on First
Coast News Channel 12. He
will speak on his work on con-
sumer issues and his spiritual
journey. Tickets are $7 and will
be sold beginning May 29 in
the church office and after
Sunday services on June 3 and
10. Palms is at 3410 S. Third
Street in Jacksonville Beach;
call 246-6427 for information.

Epic Surf Ministry Camps
Epic Surf Ministry will hold
week-long Surf Camps
through July 23. The camps
are appropriate for novice to
experienced surfers and com-
bines surfing instruction with
Bible study. The cost is $150.
Registration and information
is available at www.epic- or by call-
ing 249-1201.

Bereavement Support
A .Bereavement Support
Group sponsored by Jewish
Family and Community
Services will meet weekly at.
the beaches on Wednesdays at
3 p.m. For information, call
Beth Shorsteiri at 394-5723 or

Sybil Ansbacher at 241-0789.

Art Exhibit
An art show titled "Nancy's
Lemonade Stand" featuring
work by Nancy Asbell will be
at the Bethel Gallery through
July 15. Art by Kelsey Berkley
and Matthew Jones will also be
Bethel Gallery is located
within Ponte Vedra
Presbyterian Church at 4510
Palm Valley Road. For infor-
mation call 285-8225.

Prayer for Schools
On Thursday from 9:30 to
11 a.m, a group meets at the
Winston Family YMCA to pray
for school, media, families,
and church. The YMCA is on
Landrum Lane in Ponte Vedra.
For information call 285-0267.

Celebrate Recovery
A biblical based program for
persons facing personal prob-
lems, meets every Friday at
6:30 p.m. in the fellowship
hall of Beach United
Methodist Church, 3rd Street
at 7th Ave. N., Jacksonville
Beach. The program empha-
sizes that through worship and
same-gender small groups,
people can work on personal
struggles such as eating disor-
ders, alcohol/drug abuse, and
codependency. The evenings
begin with dinner. Call 249-

Men's group meetings
Hodges Blvd.. Presbyterian
Church offers "Bible and
Bagels", a men's Bible study
group, 6:30 to 7:30 a.m. On
Wednesday in the Fellowship
Hall. The church address is
4140 Hodges Blvd. For infor-
mation call 223-6922.
The men's group from
Calvary Anglican Church
meets at 6 a.m. at the Village
Inn Restaurant in Neptune

Beach. The current topic for
the Bible Study is "Devotional
Classics" by Richard S. Foster.
Pastor David Sandifer is the
facilitator. For information
call the church office at 241-
A men's Bible study is held
at 7 a.m. Monday at Ponte
Vedra United Methodist.
Church, 35 Executive Way,
Ponte Vedra Beach.
Palms Presbyterian men's
Bible study is held at 7 a.m.
Wednesday in the Education
Community Presbyterian
Church at 150 Sherry Dr. in
Atlantic Beach has Wednesday
morning prayer breakfasts for
men at 7 a.m.
St. Paul's by the Sea
Episcopal Church has a Men's
Prayer Group and Bible Study
which meets on the first and
third Saturday of the month at
8 a.m. in Stormes Hall. The
men's group also participates
in outreach efforts. All are wel-
come to attend. The address is
465 11th Ave. N. in
Jacksonville Beach.
Sunrise Community Church
offers Men's Study Groups at 6
:15 a.m. and 7 p.m. on
Wednesday. Contact the
church office at 249-3030 for
information; the church
address is 298 Aquatic-Drive in.
Atlantic Beach.

Singles groups
The following are church-
related singles groups in the
Beaches area. Church member-
ship is not required:
New Life Christian
Fellowship at 2701 Hodges
Blvd. has monthly Single
Adult Ministry meetings with
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Traditional Services 8:00 & 9:00 am
Children's Worship 9:00 & 11:00 am
Christian Education (all ages) 10:05 am
Celebration Praise 11:00 am
5:30 Supper
6:30 Choir, Bible Study,Youth
Mahlon Dixon, Senior Pastor 246-2010
James Cbllins, Associate Pastor

Sunday School for all ages 9:00 a.m.
Worship Service 10:15 a.m.
Youth Fellowship 11:30 am.
Nursery Provided-
400 Penman Road (at Atlantic)
Neptune Beach 249-5370
Rev. Patrice Spenser
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Church School All Ages 9:45 a.m. Sunday 8:00am, 9:30am & 11:00am adult education, Sisterhood activities and youth activities.
Youth Fellowships 5p.m.
Contemporary Worship Serv. 5:59 p.m. (904) 268-2500 "A Home for Jewish Families at the Beach"
Chancel Choir Wednesdays 7 p.m. -
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Wednesday Bible Study
for all ages....................... ....... 7:00pm
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CATHOLIC 2400 Mayport Rd., Atlantic Beach
1st Avenue North at 5th Street Fater Joseph Meehan
Jacksonville Beach Saturday 5 p.m.
Father Wm. A. Kelly, pastor Sunday 9 a.m., 11 a.m.
Saturday Mass 9 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. Nursery Available Sunday Morning
Saturday Mass 9. and 5:30 p.m. RECONCILIATION
Sunday Mass 7:00,8:30, 10:00, Saturday 10:00 a.m. orbyapt.
11:30 a.m. & 7 p.m. RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
Saturday.Confessions Wed. 6:00 p.m. (K-3) 7:15p.m. (4-6 gr.)
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(off Mayport Rd. at W. 11th'St. and Orchid
St.) 324 N. 5th St., 249-2314
Atlantic Beach, FL 32233
246-2709 Bible Study 9:15 a.m.
Blended Worship 10:30 a.m.
Bible Class Sunday, 10:00 a.m.
Evening Worship 6:30 p.m.
Worship 11:00 a.m.
Wednesday Evening 6:15 p.m.
Evening Service 6:30 p.m. Weekday Ministry 246-2891
Bible Study 7:00 p.m.eevice interpreted for the hearing impaired246-2891
Wednesday Bible Study 7:00 p.m. Service interpreted for the hearing impaired

Vacation Bible School

Vacation Bible School information can be sent to reli- or faxed to 249-1501 to be included in
the Beaches and Ponte Vedra Leader.

Ambassador Baptist Church
Vacation Bible School will be held at Ambassador Baptist
Church from 6:30 to 8 p.m. on June 11 to 15 for Kindergarten
to 6th grade children.. The theme is The Zoo Review: Let's Learn
About Noah's Floating Zoo. The church address is 2134 Mayport
Road; call 821-5431 for information.

Beaches Chapel
Vacation Bible School at Beaches Chapel'will be held from 9
a.m. to noon on June 25 to 29. The theme is Sonforce Kids. Call
241-4211 for information or to register; the address is 610
Florida Blvd. in Neptune Beach.

Bethlehem Lutheran Church
Galilee by the Sea is the theme for VBS at Bethlehem Lutheran
Church on June 11 to 15th from 9 a.m. to noon. Children in
pre-K to 5th grade are welcome to attend at no charge.
Registration is available from the church office or on opening
day. The church address is 1423 Eighth Ave. N. in Jacksonville
Beach; call 249-5418.

Calvary Anglican Church
An evening summer camp for adults and children will be held
beginning at 6:15 p.m. on Wednesday, June 6 and continuing
on Wednesday evenings through August 22. Calvary Anglican
Church and San Pablo Baptist Church are holding the camp as
a joint ministry at San Pablo Baptist at 3044 San Pablo Road.
The theme for the children's camp activities is Reach Out to
Africa. There will be Bible Study and life skills classes for adults.
Registration and information is available by calling 241-9400.
Registration will also be taken at the free BBQ and kick--off of
the camp on June 6.

Christ United Methodist Church
The theme for Vacation Bible School at Christ United
Methodist Church is "Galilee by the Sea" with crafts, music, and
more. VBS will be held from 9 a.m. to noon on June 25-29 and
is free for children ages 3 years old though 5th grade. The
church address is 400 Penman Road in Neptune Beach; register
by calling the office at 249-5370.

Community Presbyterian Church
Habitat for Humanity's Under Construction, hard hats
included, will be the theme for Vacation Bible School June 11 -
15 at Community Presbyterian Church. VBS will be from 9 a.m.


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LESPWA worldwide

Local students spread the word and

bring hope to homeless children in Haiti

Local college students,
founders of the non-profit
organization Lespwa
Worldwide, are continuing
efforts this summer to help
homeless children in Haiti.
Lespwa Worldwide is
named for the word for hope
or "lespwa" in the Haitian
Creole language.
"We are trying to bring
hope to kids that don't have
any," said UNF student Alex
Charles who is a Lespwa vol-
The students were motivat-
ed to found Lespwa
Worldwide by their experi-
ences on mission trips to
Haiti sponsored by Ponte
Vedra Presbyterian Church,
said Jake Kimball, High
School and College Ministry
Leader at the church.
Lespwa Worldwide has
raised $17,000 since it was
founded in the summer of
The goal this year is to raise
a similar amount of money.
Since only a few of the stu-
dents active with Lespwa

attend local universities, most
of the group's fundraising
activities are concentrated
during summer break, said
Students active with
Lespwa attend the University
of North Florida, Flagler
University, University of
Florida, Florida State
University, University of
Central Florida, Georgia
Southern University, and
University of Southern
The $17,000 raised in the
first year was used to help
build an orphanage in
Messailler, Haiti. When it is
completed the orphanage
will become home to approx-
imately 20 boys, said
Funds raised this summer
will be used to complete the
orphanage and be part of a
down payment for a second
orphanage in Port au Prince.
A mission team comprised
of nine students and four
adults returned on May 14
from a mission trip to
Messailler, said Charles.
While there they helped

with the
tion of the
They also
h e 1 d
Vacation *
B i b l e
School for
the local
said Lespwa
and FSU
A b b y
this week,
Lespwa vol-
u nt-ee r s
worked at a
benefit din-
ner at JJ's Restaurant in
Ponte Vedra. Lespwa
Worldwide received a per-
centage of the sales and the
tips from the event, said
Lespwa Worldwide 's
Summer Challenge fundraiser
will be repeated this year.
Many.of the students invit-
ed friends from their universi-
ties to partici-
pate last year.
'Facebook was
an effective
way to get the.
word out
about Lespwa
and the
said Kimball
SIn all about
100 college
students par-
ticipated and
the funds they
raised were
matched by

corporate sponsors, he said.
The "challenge" is for stu-
dents to give up something
that they are accustomed to
doing, such as a trip to the
coffee shop.
This year's Summer
Challenge will run from mid-
June to mid-August. There
will be an event at the end of
the Challenge, similar to the
Lespwa Dance Party held last
year, where the students can,
bring their donations.
Another of Lespwa
Worldwide's goals is to raise
awareness here of the orphan
crisis in Haiti. The organiza-
tion's website is www.lespwa-
"Haiti is the poorest coun-
try in the western hemi-
sphere," said Charles. "It is so
close. It's only two hours
from Miami."
There are 1.2 million
orphans in Haiti and only
about 200,000 orphans have a
place to live, she said.

(above) Mission trip volunteer Jeremy Schurke,
center, takes a break with some children from
Messailler, Haiti.

On a recent mission trip to Haiti Alex Charles,
far left, a UNF student and Lespwa volunteer,
visits with Edward, a young Haitian boy.

Continued from A-7
events. Contact Claudia at 223-
6000 for information or visit
Beach United Methodist
Church has Monday Night
Alive for singles at 7 p.m. on
Monday nights and Singles
Coffee House 10:45 a.m. on
Sunday. For information visit or call 249-
2343. BUMC is located at 325
7th Ave. N.
Beaches Chapel Church, 610
Florida Blvd., Neptune Beach.
Singles over age 33 meet the
last Saturday of the month at 7
p.m. at the church. 241-4211.
Christ Episcopal Church, 400
San Juan Drive in Ponte Vedra,
offers a singles ministry called
Solo Flight. For information
contact the church office at
Christ the Redeemer Church,
190' S. Roscoe Blvd., Ponte
Vedra Beach. Weekly Bible
study and monthly social event.
such as square dancing for ages
30 and up. 280-5813.
Ponte Vedra Presbyterian


Church, 4510 Palm Valley
Road, Ponte Vedra Beach. Bible
study group at 11 a.m. Sunday
and occasional other activities
for singles ages 30 and older.

Retreats at Marywood
Retreats and events are
planned at the Marywood
Center for Spirituality in the
Switzerland area of NW St.
Johns County at 1715-5 State
Road 13. For information, call
287-2525 or toll-free (888)-287-
253 or check www.marywood-

Church Activities for Kids
The following events are held
at Beaches area churches on
Wednesday for youngsters:
*Palm Valley Baptist Church
.at 4890 Palm Valley Road in.
Ponte Vedra has a family dinner
at 6 p.m. and children and
youth Bible study at 7 p.m. Call
*Sunrise Christian Church
youth group meets on
Wednesday from 7 to 8:30
p.m., beginning with group

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praise and worship, followed by
small groups for fellowship,
Bible study, and prayer. The
church is at 298 Aquatic Drive,
Atlantic Beach. Call 249-3030.
*Bethlehem Lutheran
Church at1423 8th Ave. N.,
Jacksonville Beach has Senior
High Youth Group meetings on
Tuesday from 7 to 8 p.m. Call
*Christ Episcopal Church at
Solana Road and San Juan Drive
in Ponte Vedra offers
Wednesday dinners in the
parish hall for youth and fami-
lies at 6:15 p.m. A children's art
program is held from 7 to 8
p.m. Church choir school to
develop musical skill and
Christian formation is offered
for age 3 through sixth grade
prior to, Wednesday evening
dinner. The school is free and is
given by Dr. Timothy McKee,
Music Director of the church.
Call 285-6127.
*Youth in grades six through
12 meet at 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
on Sunday following Sunset at
Palms in the Youth

Center/Fellowship Hall at
Palms Presbyterian Church,
3410 3rd St. S., Jacksonville
Beach. Call 246-6427.
*Dynamic Disciples (grades
K-5) meets at First Christian
Church of the Beaches on a var-'
ied schedule. Teens in Motion
Youth Group meets for special
events and trips. The church
address is 2125 Oceanfront,
Neptune Beach. Call 246-2010.
*Family Bible Church at 4760
Palm Valley Road has
Wednesday activities. Building
Blocks for children ages 3 to 6
and Kids Club for grades one
through 5 meeting at 7:15 p.m.
Bridge Builders for grades 6
through 12 meets from 7 to
8:30 p.m. Call 280-5694.
*Keman Blvd. Baptist Church
at 4000 Keman Blvd. S. has
YouthAlive with Bible Study
and worship for grades six
through 12 from from 6:45 to
7:45 p.m. on Wednesdays; and
children's choir and activities
are held from 7 to 7:45 p.m.
Call 641-4588.

Vacation Bible School:

noon for children ages 4 years
through 5th grade.
Registration, which is $15 per
child, will begin on May 7.
The church address is, 150
Sherry Drive, call 249-8698 to

Sports Camp
Vacation Bible School
Sports Camp runs June 10-15
at St. Andrews Lutheran
Church, 1801 Beach Blvd,

Jacksonville Beach. The camp,
which offers stories, sports,
snacks, music and crafts for
children and adults, begins
each of the six evenings at 6
p.m. For information, call

First Baptist Church of
Jacksonville Beach.
, Children 3 years old by
9/1/06 through 6th grade stu-
dents are invited to attend

"Gameday Central: Where
Heroes are Made" Vacation
Bible School at First Baptist
Church. VBS will be from 9
a.m. to noon on June 11-15.
Registration is free of charge
and can be done on the first
day of VBS. The church
address is 324 N. 5th Street;
for information call 249-

Ponte Vedra United
Methodist Church
Vacation Bible School at
Ponte Vedra United
Methodist Church for chil-
dren ages four up to those
who have completed fifth
grade will be on June 18 to
22. The theme will be
Avalanche Ranch. The church
is at 35 Executive Way in
Ponte Vedra; call 280-5141 for

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Palms Presbyterian Church holds open

house luncheon, with guest speaker


The summer event for the Palms
Presbyterian Church Open House Luncheon
Series will be held on Wednesday, June 13.
The guest speaker will be Ken Amaro,
Consumer Advocate and Reporter for First
Coast Nlews/Channel 12.
Amaro is a personable guy! Intelligent,
sensitive...and a committed Christian," said
Anne Flora, one of the organizers of the Open
House Series.
The luncheon, catered by Barry Adeeb owner

of the Beach Diner, will be a "Picnic at the
Oasis." The menu includes picnic fare: fried
chicken, salads, cornbread, and gourmet
It will begin at noon and be held in Palms'
Fellowship Hall at 3410 S. Third Street in
Jacksonville Beach.
All-inclusive tickets are $7 and can be pur-
chased in the church office Tickets also will
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Season's second BFAST race Saturday


The second of this season's
three Beaches Fine Arts Series
sprint triathlons is slated for
Saturday, with about 350 partic-
ipants set to tackle the chal-
Last month, strong winds and
rough currents forced cancella-
tion of the quarter-mile swim
portion of the race, rendering it
a duathlon with a mile run tak-
ing the place of swimming.
Will Pearce was the overall
men's winner, finishing in a
time of 48 minutes and 11 sec-
"It's a lot different because I
kind of come from a swimming
background," Pearce said. "I was
kind of disappointed because I
really like to swim.
"I didn't have to worry about
falling behind though, I was
able to hang in there with the
top couple of guys. I got a good
jump on the bike:"
On the women's side,
Kathleen Baldwin was first over-
all, finishing in 55:52. Baldwin
also expressed disappointment
that the swim was scrapped, but
said the key to her race was a
focus on fun.
"I just love coming out to the
beach at this time," Baldwin
said. "I just came out for fun. I
don't really care about the win
- I'm just out here for fun. I'm
not making a living out of this.
It's all just fun and I had a great
Despite saying that the swim
is probably her best event,
Baldwin, like Pearce, made the
most of the bike ride.
"That's probably my best
event," Baldwin said of the sea
swim. "I do swim and ride a bike
a little bit. I'm not a very fast
runner, certainly not as good as
the girl that came in right after
me. I just had to make it all up
on the bike."
Baldwin won the event by just
under 20 seconds over Daytona
Beach's Mallory Dunn, who said
she liked the runs, but had trou-

BFAST offers competition in
ble on the bike. individual, novice, clydesdale
It's the 21st anniversary sea- (men over 200 pounds), Athena
son for the BFAST series, which (women over 150 pounds), fat
consists of a quarter-mile ocean tire, physically challenged, uni-
swim, an 10-mile bicycle race form and team divisions. A
and a three-mile run. The novice is considered someone
triathlons begin and end at who has never attempted to
Mickler's Landing in Ponte race in any triathlon before.
Vedra Beach. Participants vie for first, sec-
The course area includes ond and third place series
Ponte Vedra Blvd., Corona awards in the male and female
Road, SR 210 and A1A at the categories. First place is a $400
crossing points and officials American Bicycle Company gift
have issued a traffic warning certificate, a second-place finish
for the area for early Saturday' earns a $200 gift certificate and
morning as participates make $100 gift certificates are award-
their way through the course. ed to third place finishers.
Triathletes must participate in
............................................all three series events to qualify
for the prizes. -., -.-
I juSf love coming out Last year, 45-year-old Stc'\e
to the beach at this Petitt, of Atlantic Beach, won
the May race in a time of 54:05.
time. I just came out for Jacksonville's Jennifer Hanley-
fun. I don't really care Pinto was the women's winner,
crossing the finish line in
about the win I'm 1:02:50..
just out here for fun. I'm Last June, a pair of 20-year-
olds left the field in their wake.
not making a living out Men's champ Dustin McLarty, a
of this. member of the University of
......................................... ........................................... Florida sw im team w on in
52:57. Amanda Hahn, a com-
K a Baldwin petitor on the Florida State
Wom s w r women's cross-country team,
*Wome's winer was the first woman across the
line in 1:01:05.
In terms of overall titles -
Organizers have changed the participants must compete in all
bicycle route for the 2007 sea- three of the BFAST events to
son. This year's bike ride has qualify for the season's champi-
been shortened from 11.5 miles onship 42-year-old Richard
to 10 and cyclists will head Sumrall, of Mary Esther in the
north on A1A from Mickler Fort Walton Beach area, was
Road to Solana Road and return crowned men's champ and
south along Ponte Vedra Hanley-Pinto, in only her sec-
Boulevard. ond season of competition, cap-
There are still spaces available tured the women's crown.
for athletes to participate in Perennial men's champ
Saturday's event. Those inter- Danny Domingo took last sea-
ested may register during pack- son off from competition and
et pick-up on June 8 from 10 as of late this week had yet to
a.m. until 8 p.m. at American register for Saturday's race. He
Bicycle Company located at last participated in 2005, win-
240 South Third Street, ning the first and third races of
Jacksonville Beach. the series, but did not qualify
Registration will also take for the championship because
place on the day of the race he missed the second triathlon
beginning at 6 a.m. in June.

Magic trick: Donovan reappears in Gainesville

ee old saying, "All things come to those
Swho wait," has never been truer. He who
Swaits, and waits, and waits.
But at last it's happened. The NBA's Orlando
Magic gave Billy Donovan his release.
The whole thing reminds us
of the old childhood song, "Oh,
where have you been Billy Boy,
Billy Boy? Oh, where have you
been charming Billy?
"I have been to see the pros,
but as everybody knows, I'm a
young boy and cannot leave
my [adopted] mama."
As this report was written, the
particulars on terms of Orlando
letting Donovan out of the con-
tract he signed have yet to be
fleshed out. But it appears -.- i
naughty Billy cannot seek REX EDI
another NBA coaching position PREI
for five years. And there's prob-
ably some cash involved some-
where this is pro sports, after all to make
things neat and official.
Donovan signed his Magic in good faith for
something like $27.5 million but it turns out
it didn't hold water with Billy. He must have
thought he signed that Magic contract on a
magic slate.

At a hastily arranged press conference on
SThursday, Donovan used words like "sorry"
and "feel terrible," to describe events that
unfolded over last weekend when reports first
circulated that he wanted out of his just-
signed five-year deal.
Last Friday he met with
members of the media as the
Orlando Magic's new coach. Six
days later, Donovan is again
coach of the Florida Gators and
is expected to sign a new deal
that will pay him $3.5 million
a season over the next six
Florida athletic director
Jeremy Foley, who had already
begin the process of replacing
SDonovan, said the new con-
tract will offer the coach an
IONDSON option for a seventh season in
S BOX Orange and Blue.
For perspective, when Bear
Bryant left Texas A&M to
return to his old school, Alabama, he said he
was going back because "Mama called." That
can be Donovan's story another time.
While it's true that Donovan didn't matricu-
late there, the University of Florida became his
adopted mum. She called and what else could
Billy Boy do but answer.

We can't blame him. Shucks, the college
game is a lot more fun than the pro ranks. In
college, you have the bands playing and
school tunes sending chills up and down your
skeleton. "We are the boys from 'old Flo-ri-da,'
and that thriller they play when the team
comes prancing out are far more exciting than
any bass-heavy, hip-hop song the Magic could
come up with.
We know what other schools play to send
their faithful into a tizzy, but what is it in
Orlando? M-I-C-K-E-Y, M-O-U-S-E?
It was a shocker when Billy Donovan
announced he was leaving the Gators to go to
the pros. Couldn't have been worse unless he
said he was going to Florida State. But even if
he had gone, things still could have been
worse for Florida fans. At least it wasn't Urban
Meyer, the football god of Gainesville.
We understand they have proclaimed a spe-
cial day of Thanksgiving in Gainesville next
week, with prayers and parades and such, with
hallelujahs, praises and offering to the gods of
the game, the television networks. This is all
weather permitting, of course.
Reports indicate Billy himself may even
speak if he's still there, naturally.
For sports fans in Jacksonville, this is the
most exciting news since we learned Byron
Leftwich is returning to the Jaguars to save the
franchise and lead it to the promised land.

Billy Donovan


The Beaches Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader

June 8, 2007

Epilepsy not a reason to keep kids out of sports

oQm question: Dr. Smith, I
have epilepsy. Is there
any reason for my
mom o keep me out of base-
ball this fall?.

Answer: Epilepsy is, by defi-
nition, a condition of chronic
recurrent seizures, due to an
abnormal firing of the brain's
electrical wiring. Depending
on where this misfiring occurs
and how strong it is, different
types of seizures occur.
Seizures may appear in dif-
ferent forms, from a simple
alteration in attention to the
larger "grand-mal" type, which
is characterized by convul-
Epilepsy itself is not a reason


to keep athletes out of sports
participation. Severely limiting
a child's participation may

alienate the child and make
him or her feel like an out-
According to the American
Academy of Pediatrics, even
children whose seizures are
only partially controlled can
participate in sports.
Of course, restrictions may
be needed in some sports that
have extreme inherent danger
such as rock climbing or para-
chuting. A seizure during these
events obviously could be
Football participation has
also gained acceptance in the
medical community.
Previously, individuals were
universally denied participa-
tion in football. The thinking
behind this decision was that

repeated contact might cause a
seizure, but this has not been
shown to happen.
Another area of concern
involves swimming. A seizure
while in the water could be
potentially fatal. Special con-
siderations must be taken for
the individual who swims.
The athlete should not swim
alone, should have a partner
trained in CPR, and should
have infrequent seizures.
If your child does play,
make sure the coach knows
about the epilepsy, and what
to expect. Seizures will occa-
sionally occur during a game
or in practice and can be
frightening for the unpre-
Remember that a seizure is

almost always a self-limited
event that requires minimal
intervention. Most important
is to protect the athlete from
injuring himself against near-
by objects, such as bleachers
or sharp covers.
A tongue blade or other
object need not be inserted
into the mouth. The idea that
the person will "swallow his
tongue" is simply not true.
Once the seizure is over, it is
common for the person to be
somewhat dazed, tired or con-
fused. Protect the person's dig-
nity for this can be an embar-
rassing situation, especially in
the adolescent athlete.
Most research has shown
that injuries related to epilepsy
are not common. Most if any

were typically related to cuts,
scratches and bruises that
occurred during the course of
a seizure.

This column is written to dis-
cuss issues regarding sports, med-
icine and safety. It is not intend-
ed to serve as a replacement for
treatment by your regular doctor.
It is only designed to offer guide-
lines on the prevention, recogni-
tion and care of injuries and ill-
Specific concerns should be dis-
cussed with your physician. Mail
your questions to Gregory Smith,
M.D., Sports Medicine, 1250 S.
18th Street, Suite 204,
Fernandina Beach, FL 32034.

Baseball School
Sunshine Baseball School
offers six different sessions at
Wingate Park in Jacksonville
Beach. The dates of the ses-
sions, which run from 8:30
a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday
through Thursday, are June
11-14, June 18-21, July 9-12,
July 16-19 and July 30-Aug. 2.
The cost of each session is
$125, which includes lunch,
drinks and a T-shirt.
Instructors are Fletcher head
baseball coach Kevin Brown,
former head coach and
Fletcher assistant Dr. Jim
Timmons and one-time
Fletcher shortstop Boomer
Bernstein, an Auburn graduate
who assists Brown with the
varsity baseball team.
Sunshine Baseball School is
open to youngsters aged 6-12.
Lunch and trivia are on each
day's agenda from 11:30 a.m.
to 12:30 p.m. Players end the
day swimming at the Fletcher
pool. Baseball equipment,
swimsuits and towels should
be brought daily. Shorts may
be worn instead of baseball
pants. For information, call
Timmons at 223-1664 (home)
or 521-2687 (cell). Tuition
payments should be sent to
Timmons at 13810 Sutton
Park Dr. N.-#1319,
Jacksonville, FL 32224.

Belly Dance Fitness
A new fitness class has started
at Hollie's Dancin' Dream, just
west of the Intracoastal on
Atlantic Blvd. Belly Dance
Fitness is an hour-long class that
provides a full body workout,
bums calories, sculpts muscles
and increases flexibility.
Classes are low-impact and
geared for all ages and levels of
fitness. Class meets Thursdays at
10 a.m., and starting June 5,
Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. Cost is
$10 per session or a discounted
pass may be purchased.
For more information contact
Stephanie Smith at 285-7969 or
e-mail at

BFAST Volunteers
The Lifestyles Realtors
Beaches Fine Arts Series
Triathlon is looking for volun-
teers to help with this summer's
sprint triathlon races June 9
and July 14.
Triathlons start promptly at 7
a.m. at Mickler's Landing in
Ponte Vedra Beach.
For more information phone
the BFAST office at 270-2074.

Big Buck Expo
Southern Trophy Hunters will
host a family-oriented hunting
show at the Prime Osborne
Media Center in Jacksonville
June 8-10. During the Big Buck
Expo, they'll bring the best of
the great outdoors indoors for
the show.
The Big Buck Expo will fea-
ture activities for the. entire
family. The event includes
50,000 square feet of hunting
outfitters and exhibitors, the
latest hunting gear, manmfac-
turers representatives from well-
known brands like Scent Lock,
Thompson/Center, Safety
System and Muzzy Products,
The show also includes an
archery exhibition from Frank
Addington, Jr., known as "The
Aspirin Buster" for his ability to
hit a baby aspirin from mid-air
while shooting behind his back.
Another feature will be
Retriever World's Labrador exhi-
o For more information on the
Big Buck Expo visit the show's
Web site at: southerntrophy- The site also con-
tains information about the Big
Buck Lotto which features more
than $50,000 in hunts and gear
including 10 dream hunts and
a 2007 Bad Boy Buggie ATV.

Boat Donation
If you're a boater with a pas-
sion for forensic science, and
you have a trailerable boat or
PWC that you might consider
using as a tax write-off, a new

Gang Green

Co-ed South
Southland Waste
Hands On
Deane Team

C Division North
Bob Marlins
Big Red Machine
Terry's Country
Dorsa Consulting

C Division South
Loc Doggz
Wrecking Crew
Balls Deep
Po Boys

C Division East
Ponte Vedra Kings
North FL Plumbing
Ghost Men on 1st
Team Sunrise

Jill Cox sets the ball for teammate Robin Mignerey during the Mike Highsmith Memorial beach
volleyball tournament last month. The duo of Cox and Mignerey took home the Women's Open

program funded by the U.S.
Coast Guard could help the
nation's waterway accident
investigators better understand
boat collision dynamics.
The National Association of
State Boating Law
Administration is seeking
donated boats for testing pur-
poses in Virginia starting in
September. Watercraft owners
who wish to donate their boats
will receive verification of the
donation for tax purposes.
Boats need to be in operating
condition, including propul-
sion, and include a trailer.
,To donate your boat or find
out more about the program,
phone (859) 225-9687 or e-mail

Bowhunting Course
Florida's certified bowhunting
course is now available online
from the National Bowhunter
Education Foundation (NBEF).
Bowhunters can access the pro-
gram via the NBEF Web site
The cost to take the distance
learning course is $20, payable
online to the NBEf program
provider. A student who passes
the online test will be issued a
qualifier certificate that will
enable him or her to complete
the course at a field day. There,
thje student will participate in
field walks, blood trail exercises,
erecting and safely ascending
and descending tree stands as
well as equipment preparation
and survival techniques.
Bowhunting certification is
not mandatory in Florida to
purchase a license, however the
Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission's
volunteer instructors provide
this course as a service to those
who plan to bowhunt in a state
that requires additional certifi-
cation, as well as for those

hunters who vant to learn
more about safe bowhunting.
For a list of field days offered
by the FWC Hunter Safety and
Ranges section, visit Web site and
look through the course sched-
ules for bowhunting.

Football and cheer-
leading registration
Jacksonville Beach Pop
Warner football and cheerlead-
ing registration will take place
Saturday, June 9 from 9 a.m.
until 1 p.m. and Saturday, June
30 from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. at
Wingate Park.
Registration fee is $145 and
more information is available at or by
phoning Susan Miles at 249-

Nease Football
The seventh annual Nease
football golf tournament will
take place July 16 at Marsh

Creek Country Club.
For more information on reg-
istering, sponsoring a hole or to
donate, visit Web site at nease- or contact Fred
Cole at 819-0652 or 669-3260.

Softball Standings
As of June 5

A Division
TPC Sawgrass
Angle's Subs
Sun Deli
A Touch of Green

B Division
Rogers Dodgers
PGA Tour
Team Mullet

Co-ed North
PPR Pirates
Oceanside Cleaners
PPR Swashbucklers




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get ahead in one subject or in school overall.
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Suite 200 Jacksonville

800 A1A North
Ponte Vedra Beach

1-13 25, 27 and 28.
Beginner junior camp IV is
from 9 a.m. until 11 a.m. July 9,
10-3 11 and 12.
9-4 Intermediate adult camp I
7-6 will be from 6:30 p.m. until
6-9 8:30 p.m. July 9, 11 aAd 12.
4-9 Intermediate junior camp II is
from 9 a.m. until 11 a.m. July
16, 18 and 19.
11-2 Intermediate adult camp II is
9-3 slated for 6:30 p.m. until 8:30
7-7 p.m. July 23, 25 and 26.
8-4 Advanced junior camp I will
6-6 take place from 9 a.m. until 11
6-7 a.m. July 23, 25 and 26.
4-10 Advanced junior camp II is 9
a.m. until 11 a.m. August 6, 8
and 9.
Cost of all camps is $45 for
13-1 six hours. For more information
9-9 contact Huguenot Tennis
7-6 Center at 247-6221.



Women's Fitness
SRegistration is now open for
Beach Girls Fitness, an outdoor
fitness program for women.
Camps take place Monday
through Friday at 5:30 a.m. and
Monday, Tuesday and Thursday
at 8:15 a.m.
For more information phone
Puihpa Duncklee at 403-9568 or

C Division West
Cruisers Grill 12-2 W:restling
Daddy's Rangers 11-4, The Beaches Intracoastal West
Fionn MacCool's 9-6 Wrestling Club will begin its
Twisted Sister 8-6 annual spring-fall program at
Pangaeans 5-9' the Fletcher High School cafete-
S.-Localized .a4.A-A0Oiiaaon.Mondays:from.6p.m.
Swashbucklers 4-10 until 8 p.m.
All wrestlers or new wrestlers
in the local area are invited to.
Swim Lessons attend. Wrestlers visiting the
Beaches Aquatic Pool is offer- local area are also welcome.
ing swimming lessons for begin- Wrestlers will train in
ners to intermediates starting Folkstyle, Freestyle and Greco-
MNay 29. Each course is for two Roman techniques for monthly
weeks, four days per week at a FAW/USA tournaments.
cost of $95. Participants must be enrolled in
Morning session includes grades 6 to 11 (any school) to
intermediate classes at 9 a.m., take part. Fee is $50 including
advanced beginners at 9:30 a.m., USA membership and a dub T-
beginners at 10 a.m. and 10:30 shirt.
a.m. Interested wrestlers may con-
Evening session features tact cub director Roy Fallon at
beginners at 5:30 p.m. and 6 233-5008 for more information.
p.m., advanced beginners at
6:30 p.m.
For more information, contact itOr e pace
the Beaches Aquatic Pool at 246-
3822. Available

Tennis 5' x 10'
A series of summer camps 10' 10'
and programs has been x
announced by the Jacksonville 10' x 20'
Beach Tennis Center at
Huguenot Park. The Storage Bin
Beginner junior camp II is
from 9 a.m. until 11 a.m. June Great Jax Beach Location
11, 13 and 14. Fully Fenced Secured Property
Beginner adult camp II takes Gate Hours 6:30am-7pm
place from 6:30 p.m. until 8:30 Resident Manager
p.m. July 18, 20 and 21. Mon.-Fri. 8-5, Sat. 8-12
Intermediate junior camp I is
from 9 a.m. until 11 a.m. June Call Today 24-4171
18, 20 and 21. 1001 13th Ave. S., Jax Beach
Beginner junior camp II is (Across from Beaches Hospital)
from 9 a.m. until 11 a.m. June.


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T thursday marked the final
day of the first session of
junior beginner's camp
for Jacksonville Beach Tennis
Center at Huguenot Park.
Camps take place throughout
the summer for beginners and
intermediate players of all
TOP LEFT: Savannah Long
works on her overhead smash.
TOP RIGHT: Lindsay
McLachlan lines up a volley
near the net.
MIDDLE: Nick Usher, right
practices a two-handed volley
as Nathan Hayes, Mirranda
Rigdon and Tanner Waterman
wait their turns.
ABOVE: Mia Mohrman reach-
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nis ball as part of the learning
process during the morning.
camp session.


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9 Status _
12 Visit with the Dr.
16 Place
17 5000 and 5001
19 Tousle
20 Baby, often
21 Methods of
24 Phone response
25 Has a speech impediment
26 Role on "Cheers"
27 Rang
28 Cries of discovery
29 Not widespread
30 Leaves
31 Handsome one
34 Guinness
35 Get rid of
36 Lobbying group, for short
39 Reindeer
43 Naturalist John
44 Gardener's item
45 Killer whale
46 Calendar abbr.
47 Meat in Madrid
48 Was in the red
49 Places to stop
for refreshment
54 Fabray, for short
55 Family members
56 Mean
57 Stop
58 Spiller's word
59 Equals
60 Low horse cart
61 One headed for

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64 Units of sound
65 Confined
66 Second-largest
ocean: abbr.
69 Numbers
72 Spread
73 Sows' homes
74 Garland
75 One son of the
Bible's Bela
76 Dignitaries, for short
77 Greek deity
78 Insects
84 Okay
85 Suds
86 Accumulated tradition
87 Stranger
88 Cafeteria item
89 Peacocks
90 "Poor me!"
91 Foam
94 Cut again
95 Whetting device
99 Place on a pedestal
100 Trembles
102 Begot
103 Fitzgerald
104 Sister of Thalia
and Calliope
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106 Hot dish
107 p rotated 1800
108 Privy to
109 Lot
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23 Ran
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30 Ms. Van Susteren
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33 Made of durable wood
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36 Blender speed
37 Slangy contractions
38 Colgate rival
40 Wanders
41 Barks
42 Protuberances
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47 200 milligrams
49 Contends with difficulties
50 Setting
51 Dizzy
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59 Conductors' spots
60 Jeans material
61 Student's assignment
62 British measure
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65 United Nations member
66 Excuse
67 Erie home
68 Booby prize winner
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79 49th of 50
80 Variable stars
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88 Pitched
89 Noted clergyman and
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TRIM dead wood and weak/overhanging branches
from all trees.
REMOVE any dead trees near your home before
high winds are a threat.
DO NOT leave piles of debris and limbs in your
yard that could potentially become airborne.
ALWAYS check to make sure any cQntractor or
trades: person has a license and shows you a valid
certificate of workers compensation and general
BE CAUTIOUS of conrractors going door to door
and never give money for services up front.
CALL John Shields, Owner, for an evaluation of
your tree care needs today... '

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"Serving the Beaches Since 1990"
904-285-4625 or 904-241-4895

*Fall '07 soccer registration
ends June 8. Children must turn
4 by July 31 in order to partici-
pate. The season begins in late
August and ends in early
November. Register online via a
link at
*PVSC's seventh annual 3-v-3
tournament, scheduled to be
played June 2-3 but postponed
by Tropical Storm Barry's weath-
er effect, will be rescheduled for
June 23-24. For information,
contact Coach Trey Clark at"
*Extreme 3-v-3 League will be
held Monday and Thursday'
evenings starting June 25 at
Davis Park. Visit for
* Playland: The
last Moonlight Movie at Sea
Walk Pavilion, "Forrest Gump"
June 8, is preceded by Playland.

Playland activities include
Magic with Mark Alan, Kitty the
Clown-face painting and bal-
loon art, space walk bouncers,
games and prizes. All activities
in the the area,
which is open from 6-8 p.m.,
are free. The movie runs from 9-
11 p.m. For information, call
247-6100 or visit
*Civil Rights Poster
Workshop with Barbara Vickers
will be held from 1 p.m. to 3
p.m. June 9 at the Art Advocate
Gallery, 76B San Marco Ave., St.
.Augustine. Middle school-aged
children are invited to watch a
film about the civil rights move-
ment made by their peers, then
make a poster. The event is free.
Call Vickers, a local artist, at
829-5649 to register.
*Vacation Bible School Sports,
Camp will be held June 10-15 at

St. Andrews Lutheran Church,
1801 Beach Blvd, Jacksonville
Beach. The camp, which offers
stories, sports, snacks, music
and crafts for children and
adults, begins at 6 p.m. each of
the six evenings. Register by
calling 249-4575 or enrolling
June 10.
. The Winston Family YMCA
has a summer youth basketball
league and clinics in soccer, vol-
leyball, lacrosse and condition-
ing. Sessions are held Monday-
Friday and run from 9 a.m.-12
*Basketball: June 11-15 (ages
*Lacrosse: June 18-22 (ages 6-
*Soccer: June 25-29 (ages 4-9)
*Volleyball: July 16-20 (ages
.Flag Football: July 23-27
(ages 8-12)
Fees for the above are $65 for
YMCA members, $95 for pro-
gram participants.

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June 8. 2007


Grand Night for Singing
"A Grand Night for
Singing" holds the stage at
the Players by the Sea
Theater, 106 6th St. N.,
Jacksonville Beach. Evening
shows will be performed at 8
p.m. Friday and Saturday
and June 14-16. A matinee
will be held at 2 p.m.
Sunday. For information, call

Moonlight Movies
Jacksonville Beach's
Moonlight Movie Series con-
cludes with "Forrest Gump,"
to be shown from 9-11 p.m.
Saturday at the Sea Walk
Pavilion. The Jacksonville
School of Music performs the
"Forrest Gump" soundtrack
from 7:30-8:30 p.m. The PlayLand is
open from 6:30-8:30 p.m.
and is free for all youngsters.

The second and third races
in the Beaches Fine Arts
Series triathlon series will be
held Saturday and July 14
and start at the Mickler's
Landing beach access in
Ponte Vedra Beach. Each fea-
tures a quarter-mile ocean
swim, 10.5-mile bike ride
and 5K[3.1-mile] run. For
information, call 270-2074
or visit www.beachesfin-

Clubhouse Tour
The PGA Tour presents a
tour of the new clubhouse
Saturday at TPC Sawgrass,
"Come Together (Right Now)
at Celebrate 2007," that will
benefit the Cultural Center
at Ponte Vedra Beach. The
evening features a sit-down
dinner at 7 p.m. and concert
by the Beatles tribute band
"The Revolution" at 8:45
p.m. Dinner and concert cost
$150 per person; general
seating on the lawn only,
beginning at 8 p.m., is $30
per person. For reservations,
call 280-0614, ext. 205.

BFAST Concert
The Beaches Fine Arts
Series presents the Chris
Norman Ensemble at 7 p.m.
Saturday at the Sea Walk
Pavilion in Jacksonville
Beach. For information, visit

GTMNERR Trail Biking
Guana Tolomato Matanzas
National Estuarine Research
Reserve hosts trail biking
tours of the Guana Saturday,
June 17 and June 23, all
from 8-10 a.m. Each will be
led by GTM Reserve volun-
teer and Florida master natu-
ralist Craig O'Neal. The
upland trail systems cover
approximately 6-8 miles
roundtrip. Participants need
to bring their own trail or
beach bike. Helmet, water
and reservations are
required. Call 904-823-4500
to reserve a spot.Tours begin
at the Guana Dam trailhead.
Entrance fee is $3 per vehi-
cle; annual GTM passholders
are admitted free.

Jacksonville Shell Show
The Jacksonville Shell Club
presents its 41st annual shell
show and sale Saturday and
Sunday at the Morocco .
Shrine Center, 3800 St. Johns
Bluff Road. Hours are 9 a.m.-
5 p.m. There will be local
and worldwide displays of
shells and fossils, as well as
arts and crafts, a flea market,
shell store and vendors. Cost
of admission is $5 adults, $4
seniors arid $3 children 5-12.
Parking is free. For informa-
tion, call Judy Blocker at
246-4012 or visit

Women's Golf Week
Women's Golf Week activi-
ties continue through
Saturday for First Coast
women. In its third year, the
week-long'event is a collabo-
ration aimed at increasing
participation by women in
golf. Women's Golf Week
provides opportunities to
participate in free clinics,
enjoy discounted golf, hear
from Hall of Famers and net-
work with area women.
World Golf Village and TPC

Sawgrass offer activities
throughout the week, include

See GET OUT, B-6

Jazz series doubles up on talent

The sixth annual Summer Jazz Series dou-
bles its entertainment value this year, featur-
ing two national recording artists and a
regional jazz band at each concert.
The three-concert series, principally spon-
sored by the city of Jacksonville Beach, kicks
off Sunday afternoon at the SeaWalk Pavilion
with renowned saxophonist Warren Hill, gui-
tarist Steve Oliver and NightFall, a St.
Augustine-based jazz ensemble.
Music begins at 5 p.m. Admission is free to
the public.. 0.
"The idea was to take the series to the next
level," Marilyn Matejcek, special events coor-
dinator for the city of Jacksonville Beach, .
said this week.
"We're doubling the entertainment and get-
ting a bigger bang for our buck."
Matejcek has a limited budget when it
comes, to booking nationally known perform-
ers, but by paying "just a smidgen more," she Warren Hill h
said she could get two headline-caliber artists
for almost the price of one.
Thus, each concert in the series features two major jazz
artists. Michael Lington and Joyce Cooling head the
Sunday, July 15, event, followed by Nick Colionne and
Janita on Sunday, Aug. 19.
Another reason the outdoor concert series continues to
attract top-tier talent is because the performers are always
reaching out to other markets beyond their base.
Said Matejcek: "When'they play paid gigs, their fans
come. But this series gives them an opportunity to make
new fans.
"And we're not always trying to get the top names. We're
really trying to choose the best artists."
Hill is the best of both worlds.
Named "Woodwind Artist of the Year" in April by the
Canadian Smooth Jazz Awards, Hill is arguably the highest-
profile jazz artist the series has ever booked.
He has released 10 CD's since 1991, has charted numer-
ous No. 1 hits on contemporary and smooth jazz lists and


started his own label, PopJazz Records, in
His latest CD release, "Pop Jazz," fea-
tures Hill's versatility, exploring his roots
in pop, R&B, funk, and jazz.
Hill's touring band is considered one of
the hottest in its genre. The group
includes Andr6 Berry, Ronnie Gutierrez,
Dave Hooper, Randy Jacobs and Michael
Hill also is the creator of, a
websit6 portal.
"Jazz listeners.are very unique con-
sumers. They are sophisticated and
extremely passionate about.the-imtisic
they love. In a sense they feel that they
'are part of a very exclusive music club,"
Hill says on his website.
A A saxophonist, vocalist and composer,
Hill has remained one of the most icnsis-
tently popular contemporary jazz artists
in his field.
Photo submitted Hill takes the SeaWalk stage at 7:30 p.m.
lines Sunday. Jazz guitarist Steve Oliver's "Radiant"
CD was considered one of the best of
2006. Smooth Jazz News named it one of the top-10 best
recordings in its annual end of the year list.
Oliver, who performs at 6 p.m. Sunday, was nominated
for "Best International Artist" and was the featured per-
former at the 2006 Canadian Smooth Jazz Awards.
Oliver grew up in Northern California and began playing
in progressive rock bands before going solo and eventually
creating the one-man-band sound that has become his
Oliver started to catch the attention of smooth jazz fans
in 1996 when he joined Bamboo Forest, a group formed by
percussionist Steve Reid of the Rippingtons.
NightFall's genre-crossing style has been likened to Norah
Jones, Diana Krall, and Bonnie Raitt. The group, which
opens Sunday's concert at 5 p.m., formed in 2004, released
its first self-titled CD in 2005, and its second, "Intimate
Strangers," in 2006.
The band features vocalist Christi John Bye.
For more details about the jazz series, call 247-6100.

Home remedies still work a t

We are taught to
"live with nature,
not against it," and
so many of us have already
started to tolerate more
insects, snakes, weeds, etc.
during the heat of the sum-
And, frankly, doesn't this
make more sense?
Don't think I'm trying to
change your gardening style
so that your lovely, well-
maintained yard is left to
the wiles of weed seeds and
bad bugs.
But I have been reading
up on more old-fashioned
remedies that worked for
ages and just might work
Florida's summer climate
is certainly not one to be
taken lightly. Because of
high heat and humidity, we
are not willing to spend
much time on our yards
fighting bugs.
So. let's consider a few
remedies that you might
remember if you are my age,
or might have heard tidbits
of from gardening gurus
such as Jerry Baker or Gary
Did you know that cock-
roaches love heights and
that by placing catnip on
top of your cabinets you
will keep the bugs from


crawling into them or onto
your dinner plates?
Did you know that by
stuffing garlic pieces
between the planks of a
wooden deck, you will keep
ants and mosquitoes away?
Did you know that small
sachets of crushed mint will
keep sliverfish and flies
Did you know that Thai
lemon grass contains cit-
ronella and by smashing it
you will obtain oils that
when mixed with rubbing
alcohol can form a spray
you can use to ward off
fleas, ticks and mosquitoes?
Did you that dried lemon
peels can be tossed into a

linen closet or clothes ham-
per and they will repel
Vegetable oil and liquid
dish soap can be sprayed on
all small chewing, scaly
insects. The ones it may not
kill are the ones whose
exoskeleton has gotten so
tough, the spray won't pen-
etrate their exteriors.
Did you know that a
strong blast of water from a
hose will send mary insects
elsewhere, perhaps from a
tender-leafed bush to a
waxy, thick-leafed one
where damage will be mini-
mal if at all?
Did you know that the
best way to eliminate fire
ants is to let the native ants
take them over?
The next best thing is to
use ant control products
such as Amdro at dusk, but
only a small amount just
around the top of the
Fire ants come out to eat
at night and they will take
this bait right back down to
the queens.
Did you know that when
the ground is damp they
will come to the surface for
air, so time your applica-





at TPC

If you missed the first
British Invasion, or want to
relive it, take a Magical
Mystery Tour Saturday at the
new TPC Sawgrass Clubhouse,
where a Beatles tribute band,
"The Revolution," will per-
The Fabulous Four
wannabes will perform live at
a dinner and concert to bene-
fit The Cultural Center at
Ponte Vedra Beach.
Tickets are $150 for a tour
of the 73,000-square-foot
clubhouse, cocktails, a sit-
down dinner inside the club-
house and preferred seating
for the outdoor concert.
General admission tickets
for the concert only are $30.
The Revolution, which has
been called the No. 1 Beatles
tribute band, has been hired
above other Beatles shows to
perform for Hollywood
What sets the group aside
from others, fans say, is their
fun-loving charm, profession-
alism and passion to enter-
tain. They have been per-
forming since 1988 as Paul,
John, George and Ringo.
For tickets, call 280-0614,
ext. 205.

photo submitted
Tim Piper (above) as John
Lennon garners top billing in
the Revolution, a Beatles trib-
ute band.

photo submitted
The Chris Norman Ensemble performs Saturday evening at
the SeaWalk Pavilion in Jacksonville Beach.

BFAS concert at SeaWalk

In a first-time collabora-
tion, the Beaches Fine Arts
Series and the city of
Jacksonville Beach will pres-
ent the Chris Norman
Ensemble on Saturday, June
9, at the SeaWalk Pavilion.
The 6 p.m. concert opens
with the Navy Band
Southeast Brass Quintet.
Norman, a renowned
wooden flute player, and his
band play the rousing dance
melodies of Maritime
Canada, Scotland and

The concert is free to the
The Chris Norman
Ensemble performed last
September in Jacksonville
Beach to open the 2006-07
Beaches Fine Arts Series.
According to its Web site,
"The Ensemble's extraordi-
nary range runs the gamut
from dynamic performances
headlining international folk
festivals to programs for some
of North America's most pres-
tigious chamber and early
music societies and universi-

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photo submitted
NightFall, a jazz/adult alternative trio based in St. Augustine, features vocalist Christi John Bye (left). The group performs at 5 p.m.
Sunday at the SeaWalk Pavilion as part of the sixth annual Summer Jazz Series. See story B-1.


Beaches Senior Center
The Beaches Senior Center, 281 19th Ave. S., Jacksonville
Beach, offers a variety of programs each day. This week's high-
lights educational speaker Debbie of Palm Garden at 11 a.m.
Friday. Next week offers a yard sale Monday, National Iced Tea
Month with trivia and tea Tuesday, Bethesda Wednesday, Flag
Day program Thursday, and Father's Day appreciation program
Uno cards is played at 8:30 a.m. each week day, and bridge is
played from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Tuesday and Thursday.
Ceramics is offered at 9 a.m. Monday-Wednesdays, and Bingo is
played at 10 a.m. each week day. Exercise classes are offered at
9:30 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday, and
beach walks are taken at 9 a.m. Monday-Friday. There's a bridge
class at 1 p.m. Tuesday and a bridge tournament from 1 p.m. to
3:30 p.m. Thursday. Computer classes are offered at 12:30 p.m.
and 2:15 p.m. Monday, and Chinese Mah Jong is played from
12:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Thursday. A Line Dancing Class is offered
at 1:30 p.m. Monday. Word puzzles/trivia and the treadmill are
available every day. UNF nursing students visit the center
Tuesday. Lunch reservations must be made three days in advance.
For information, call 241-3791.
Art Association
The Pablo Towers Art Association meets from 12:30 p.m. to 3
p.m. Wednesday. Call 246-4158 for information.
Ballroom Dancing
Ballroom dancing is offered at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the
Beaches Senior Center, 281 19th Avenue S., Jacksonville Beach.
The cost is $4. For information, call 241-3796.


This Rogers and Hammer stein musical
revue is presented at 8 p.m. today and
Saturday and June 9, 10, 14, 15 and 16 at
Players by the Sea, 106 6th Street North,
Jacksonville Beach. Matinee performances
are held at 2 p.m. Sunday, June 10. Tickets
are $25. Call 249-0289 for information.
"THE WIZARD OF OZ" The classic
musical is staged through July 22 at the
Alhambra Dinner Theatre, 12000 Beach
Blvd., Jacksonville; Doors open at 6 p.m.
for evening shows. Performances begin at
8 p.m. Matinees are held at 11 a.m. on
Saturday and noon on Sunday. Admission
ranges from $39 to $46 for dinner and
show. Call 641-1212 for information.

staged at 8 p.m. June 8, 9, 15, 16, 22 and
23, 7:30 p.m. on June 14 and 21, and 2:30
p.m. June 10 and 17 at Theatre
Jacksonville, 2032 San Marco Blvd.,
Jacksonville. Tickets $20 general admis-
sion. Discounts for seniors, military and
children under 12. Call 396-4425.

Sunday, June 10 at Players by the Sea.
Roles for 20-plus men and women, ages 16
to 60, plus several speaking and non
speaking roles Some roles can be doubled.
Be prepared to perform 16 bars of a song
that demonstrates your vocal range (Music.
from Cabaret is encouraged) There will be
cold reading from th script and an ensem-
ble dance audition. Call 249-0289 for

more details.
Sheppard. The comedy-drama will be
directed by left Grove. Production dates
are August lf. 11. 12. 17. 18 at Players b
the Sea. Audition dates: Monday, lune 18.
at 7 p.m. Roles for four men, ages 16
through mid-40s. Cold readings from the
ACTING CAMPS Acting camps are
held June 11-29 and July 9-27 at Players by
the Sea, 106 6th St. N., Jacksonmille Beach.
To register, call 249-0289.
Theatre Jacksonville for a variety of ages
and levels of experience. Call 396-4425.

Matheson: Grandfatherly advice

Cont. from B-1
tions properly.
Did you know that many
of our more common chemi-
cals which are considered
safe to use by the homeown-
er will actually kill bees and
other pollinators?
Have you thought about
handpicking the bothersome
insect so that the blossoms,
on tomatoes and squash can
be pollinated?
Did you know that those
darling black and red-striped
grasshoppers that hatched in
clusters about a month ago

are now too big to kill with a
chemical, a spray of water or
a soapy mixture?
They are now juvenile-size
landlubbers that can reach 4
to 5 inches in length by July
and devour an entire plant's
foliage overnight. Cayenne
pepper, chili pepper, garlic,
bay leaves, rue, a strong
herb, boric acid, Neem oil,
citrus oils, eucalyptus oils,
moth balls, and cedar chips
are common products which
often repel insects. Check to
be sure they are not harmful
to pets. If you will be in the

woods this summer, be espe-
cially vigilant in keeping
ticks ways by using a product
with Deet in it. Companion
planting with marigolds
which seem to have some
form of a natural repellant
for many insects is a good
way to go. Vegetable garden-
ers have followed this prac-
tice for years.There are many
sites on the Web about natu-
ral controls of pests, so read
up on them. But many of our
grandparents also had a
wealth of knowledge about
this, long before the Internet.

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Kudos to photography exhibit at PV Center

W hat is
Tfh e
word includes
both visual and
performing n
skills, but the
visual arts until .
recently have
included only
paintings or -
canvas or paper.
are artists, too. ALI
After viewing GARTL.
the works of ART SC
Anna Tomczak,
"Odes and Travels," which
opened last week at the Cultural
Center at Ponte Vedra, I have
gained a new respect for photog-
Tomczak's works are not just
pictures of existing landscapes,
activities or people, they are cre-
ations of designs she has put
together, ideas on paper, and
accumulations of old and new.
These unrelated objects are
made up into compositions that
require thought, skill and color
sense to result in an original work
of art.
They are beautifully presented
and deserve acceptance as art.
Another exhibit of photogra-
phy, works by Bruce Bennet,
opened last week at the Center.
Bennet's photos are of his travels
in Europe and the U.S. His. pho-
tography of the Louve is particu-
larly impressive because of the
lights and shadows.
The colors of the sea at sunset
and the interior of a volcano
show skill and knowledge of his
craft. See these two exhibits
through July 14 at 50 Executive
Way, Ponte Vedra. Call 280-0614
for gallery hours.
* *
The Jacksonville Museum of
Contemporary Art offers a desti-
nation for a pleasant way to
spend a Wednesday evening.
Dinner is served from 5 to 9
p.m. at Cafe Nola. A film is
screened at 7 p.m. The June 13
screening of "Cocaine Angel" will
include a question-and-answer
session with writer-producer
Damian Lahey.
The current exhibit at the
museum, Contrmporary
Currents," ruris th~ougll 'Aug: '2'Y.
Call 366-6911 for gallery hours.
The deadline to submit entries
to the Jacksonville Coalition of
the Visual Arts' juried show at

FCCJ's Wilson
Gallery is Monday,
June 25. A reception
and awards ceremo-
ny will take place
from 5 to 8 p.m. on
Saturday, June 28, at
FCCJ's South
* Campus.
The Neptune Arts
Group will open a
new exhibit,
"E "Mayport Now and
AND Then," on June 15
ENE with a reception
from 6 to 8 p.m.
The show will run through July
14 at 1250 Beach Blvd.,
Jacksonville Beach. The gallery
has a watercolor class from 1 to 3
p.m. on Fridays. Space is avail-
* *
The Cummer Museum of Art &
Gardens opens "Pictures at an
Exhibition" at 8 p.m. Thursday,
June 21. The unique program will
combine the visual and the per-
forming arts in an exciting way.
The Amelia Island Chamber
Music Festival and the Cummer
Museum of Art & Gardens will be
presenting 10 piano pieces paired
with works from the Cummer's
permanent collection.
Two additional Russian piano
works by Shostakovich and
Rachmanivov will be performed
by cellist Lynn Harrell, violinist
Helen Nightengale, founder of
the Kadinsky Trio and
Christopher Rex, general and
artistic director of the Amelia
Island Chamber Music Festival.
"Especially for Seniors Talks
and Tea" is held at 1:30 p.m. June
20 and 21 at the museum.
Seated gallery talks are fol-
lowed by refreshments.
Reservations are recommended..
The cost is $6. Call 356-6857 for
more details.
* *
Local cultural organizations
may attend a free technical assis-
tance workshop and networking
opportunity from 2 to 4 p.m.
Monday, June 16, at the Davis
Gallery, 300 Water St., in down-
town Jacksonville.
Kevin Monahan of the
University of North Florida Small
Business Development Center '
%wiill'explain how .it provides free
assistance and consulting to arts
For more details, call Amy
Palmer at the Cultural Council at
358-3600, ext. 14.

photo submitted
Black Hawvk Trio, an oil on canvas by Ponte Vedra Beach artist Michael Sciotto, won the, Hauck Foundation Best in Show
prize at the 2007 Cambridge Art Association's National Prize Show in Boston. The painting is part of an exhibit at the
University Gallery at the Harvard School of International Studies. The painting is part of a series called "Tribes," which deals
with military equipment and technology. Sciotto works out of a studio in Jacksonville Beach. His website address is cru-

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Dreamgirls starring Jennifer
Hudson (DreamWorks) Rated:
Apocalypto Dalia
Hernandez (Buena Vista) R
Pan's Labyrinth Ivana
Baquero (Picturehouse) R
Because I Said So Mandy
Moore (Universal) PG-13
Night at the Museum Ben

Stiller (Fox) PG
D6ji Vu Denzel Washington
(Buena Vista) PG-13
Music and Lyrics Hugh
Grant (Warner) PG-13
Happily N'Ever After featur-
ing the voice of Sarah Michelle
Gellar (Lions Gate) PG
The Queen Helen Mirren
(Miramax) PG-13

Own your own

piece of the


Up-and-coming penquin surfer Cody Maverick (voiced by Shia LaBeouf) leaves his home in Shiverpool, Antarctica, to enter his first
pro competition in the aninated comedy "Surf's Up." The film is rated PG.

'28 Weeks Later' at the top of the zombie pile

Just four years ago, movie
fans were treated to a zombie
movie called "28 Days Later."
It was better than average,
with lots of character devel-
opment and many original
ways of splattering the
moaning, groaning undead
across the silver screen.
With such credentials, how
could Hollywood pass up a
follow-on, a flick not quite a.
sequel but that borrows
much from the -oiginatl.
It's in theaters now with
the ahemm) original title, "28
Weeks Later." It more or less
begins where its ancestor
stops, though the original
cast hasn't returned. "28
Weeks Later" arguably takes
the zombie genre to new
heights, though in no way is
this an A-lister.
The story begins with the
rise of a new disease, one
even worse than AIDS.
It turns ordinary people
into slobbering, ravenous

Regal 18

Knocked Up. Rated R. Fri.-
Thurs., 12:15, 4:05, 4:35, 7:05,
* *
Mr. Brooks. Rated R. Fri.-
Thurs., 12:25, 4:40, 7:20,
* *
Hostel: Part'II. Rated R. Fri.-
Thurs., 12:05 p.m., 2:25, 4:50,
8:15, 10:30.
* *
Pirates of the Caribbean: At
World's End. Rated PG-13. Fri.-
Thurs., 11:05 a.m., 12:20,

shuffling beasts with little of
what apparently remains of
their minds but to infect
and/or kill those still normal.
Robert Carlyle ("The Full
Monty") takes center stage in
the early going as both our
hero and his wife, Catherine
McCormack ("A Sound of
Thunder," "Braveheart")
attempt to fend off the attack
of a seemingly unlimited
mass of the undead.
Either by accident or
design, they become separat-
ed in their rambling manor
i6ouse; darlyle dashes for
safety. He abandons his wife,'
about whom he later con-
trives a story about her
To inject a human element
into the production (no joke
intended), Carlyle has chil-
dren who are on holiday in
Spain while England is being
ripped and munched apart.
Weeks later, when the situ-
ation in England and
America has apparently stabi-
lized, NATO forces have
taken over London. They're

12:50, 3:30, 4:00, 4:30, 7:10,
7:40, 8:10, 10:50.
* *
Shrek the Third. Rated PG. Fri.-
Thurs., Noon, 2:00, 2:30, 4:30,
5:00, 7:00, 7:30, 10:00.

The Valet. Rated PG-13. Fri.-
Thurs., 12:35 p.m., 5:05, 7:55,
* *
Gracie. Rated.PG-13. Fri.-
Thurs., 12:10, 2:45, 5:10. 7:50,
* *
Spider Man 3. Rated PG-13.
Fri.-Thurs., 1:00, 4:15, 7:30,

present not as invaders but
to safeguard survivors and
prevent the spread of the
zombie disease should it
again arise.
Carlyle is reunited with his
children, and as youth is
wont to do, eventually set
out against strict prohibi-
tions to find their old home.
Surprise! Mom wasn't killed
in the initial zombie attack:
She's still lurking.
From here, things go
downhill. Cine matography.
handled, by rnrique Chediak '
("Ruleta"'), apparently doesn't'
believe choreographed fights
can be produced without
utter audience confusion.
Director Juan Carlos
Fresnadillo, who also con-
tributed to the screenplay,
apparently agrees with
Chediak. At times, the fight
scenes looked like bad "Super
Eight" film; at others, it's out-
standing. Why the bifurca-
tion is unknown.
This R-rated, 99-minute

Penelope Cruz shines in 'Volver'

Ghosts and the supernatural
have always fascinated the pub-
lic. Tales of ghostly appearances
are legion, but mainstream sci-
ence gives them little credence.
Repeatability is one of the
keystones of the scientific
method, and apparitions, if
they exist, simply won't com-
ply with researchers' demands.
That hasn't stopped the
world's film industry from
using them in screenplays,
though, and "Volver" is a recent
example. It stars the stunningly
beautiful Penelope Cruz (once
Tom Cruise's girlfriend) in a
dark story of murder and lies.
"Volver," filmed in Spanish
with English subtitles, begins
with the 32-year-old Cruz
("Vanilla Sky," "Woman on
Top") discovering her beer-
swilling husband has been fired
from his job. Antonio De La
Torre ("Men with Guns") plays
the part to perfection, absolute-
ly exuding laziness. La Torre,
however, does have one inter-

est: his teenage daughter
Yohana Cobo ("El Comisario").
The interest isn't fatherly,
though, and he tries to molest
her. Ms. Cobo isn't about to let
this happen, and her lecherous
father winds up with a knife in
his belly. When Ms. Cruz gets
home and finds out what hap-
pened, she takes the death well
- too well, in fact, as does her
daughter. They react as if noth-
ing of significance occurred.
What follows isn't contrived,
but it's close. It seems Ms. Cruz
has been entrusted with the
keys to a local restaurant, one
which the owner is trying to
sell. He has business elsewhere,
and Ms. Cruz, having once
worked there, is tasked with
showing prospective buyers
around. For her, it's a Godsend:
There's a large freezer with
plenty of space, a spot where
her dead husband's body can
be temporarily stored.
As Ms. Cruz and her daugh-
ter have no income, they
decide, without the owner's
permission, to reopen the

restaurant. Suddenly, a subplot
kicks in, one in which the.
ghost of Ms. Cruz's mother
begins visiting family members
(loosely, "Volver" mean "The
Return" in Spanish). From this
point, revenge, or some might
say karma, begins to intrude.
The problem is, it does it so
slowly in this R-rated, 121-
minute film, one might be
tempted to pop a No Doze or
"Volver" is directed by Pedro
Almodovar ("About My
Mother," "Bad Education") and
seems to draw fine performanc-
es from everyone. It doesn't,
however, make up for the con-
voluted script.
Though "Volver" is still in
theaters, it's also available on
DVD. View the trailer at
r-trailer. The film uses few spe-
cial effects so impact won't be
lost on regular TV's.
Should you see "Volver?"
Absolutely if you're a
Penelope Cruz fan!
(c) 2007 DBR Media, Inc.


Waitress. Rated PG-13. Fri.-
Thurs., 9:20 a.m., 11:55, 2:35,
5:20, 8:05, 10:40.

Surf's Up. Rated PG. Fri.-
Thurs., 9:55 a.m., Noon, 12:30,
2:30, 3:00, 4:45, 5:15, 7:15,
7:45, 9:25, 9:55.

Ocean's 13. Rated PG-13. Fri.-
Thurs., 12:10., 12:40, 1:10,
3:55, 4:25, 4:55, 6:55, 7:25
8:00, 9:45, 10:15,/10:40.

even contains a dollop of
sex, something missing from
most undead movies.
Though it's relatively easy to
put up with bad acting or an
unpolished script, there's no
way "Super Eight-ishness" or
lack of original ways to zap
zombies can be excused.
Overall, "28 Weeks Later"
has clawed its way to the top
of the zombie pile. There's
much room for improve-
ment, though, and it's an
escapist theme this reporter,; i.
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Culhane's Irish Pub, 967
Atlantic Blvd., Atlantic Beach
249-9595. Live music today
through Sunday.

Fionn MacCool's Irish Pub
& Restaurant, 333 1st St. N.,
Jacksonville Beach 242-
9499. Don't Tell Anne plays
tonight and Saturday night
starting at 9:30 p.m. ending at
1:30 a.m. No cover.

Freebird Live, 246-2473.
Crossfade plays tonight, tick-
ets are $20. Fusebox Funk and
Johnny Cakes play Sunday.

Lynch's Irish Pub, 514 N.
1st St., Jacksonville Beach *
249-5181. El Toro Loco
tonight and Saturday. Karaoke
on Sunday.

Monkey's Uncle Tavern,
1850 S. 3rd St., Jacksonville
Beach 246-1070. Two-
Timing plays tonight.

Ragtime Tavern, Seafood &
Grill, 207 Atlantic Blvd.,
Atlantic Beach 241-7877.
Paul Lundgren plays both
tonight and Saturday night.
Shelby's Coffee Shoppe, 200
1st Street, Neptune Beach *
249-2922. Folk musicians
Tammerlii plays from 7 p.m.
to 10 p.m. tonight.

Spare Time Tavern and
Grille. 1728 3rd St. N.,'
Jacksonville Beach 246-
8099. The Swillers play
tonight, and 86 Charley plays


Aromas Cigar, Wine &
Martini Bar, 880 A1A N.,
Ponte Vedra Beach 280-
2525. The Strings of Fire play
every Tuesday and Saturday.
* *
The Atlantic, 333 N. 1st St..
lacksonville Beach. 249-3338-
Lhve music in the main bar
every Wednesday.

* *
Bo's Coral Reef, 201 5th
Ave. N., Jacksonville Beach *
246-9874. DJs and female
impersonators weekly.

Brix, 300 2nd Street N.,
Jacksonville Beach. 241-4668
Charlie Walker plays acoutsic
from 10 p.m. to close every
Sunday. Get Low Blues appear
from 10 p.m. to close every
Tuesday. DJ's spin all week-

Cap'n Odies, 2200 Mayport
Road, Atlantic Beach 241-
8848. Live music from 9:30
p.m. to 1:30 a.m. today and
Saturday. 60s, 70s and 80s
every Sunday.
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Caribee Key, 100 N 1st St.,
Neptune Beach 270-8940.
Pill Pili plays reggae every
Friday and Saturday. Jimmy
Parrish & the Ocean Waves
play at 3 p.m. every Sunday.
* *
Champs Lounge, Sawgrass
Marriott, 1000 PGA Tour
Blvd., Ponte Vedra Beach *
285-7777. Chain of Fools play
Friday and Saturdays.
* *
Eddie Bahamas, 314 1st
Street North, Jacksonville
Beach 241-3138.
this weekend.
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Fionn MacCool's Irish Pub
& Restaurant, 333 1st St. N.,
Jacksonville Beach 242-
9499. Ron Perry plays
Tuesday from 8-12, Jimmy,
Sloari plays Wednesdays at 7
p.m. Freezeframe plays 80s
every Thursday at 10 p.m. and
Spade McQuade plays every

Fly's Tie, 177 E. Sailfish Dr.,
Atlantic Beach 246-4293.
Nolan Neal is in Monday.
Songwriter's night with Seth
Ramsdill every Tuesday.
Reggae with Pill Pili every
Wednesday. The Wes Cobb
Band is in Thursdays. Mystic
Dino and the 420 Band are in
Glovanni'i.- '1161''. Beach
Blvd., Jacksonville Beach *'
249-7787. Mary Ann

Hawkins plays piano
Thursday. Will Hurley plays
Friday. Pianist Matt Hall
appears Saturdays.
Homestead Restaurant,
1712 Beach Blvd., Jacksonville
Beach 249-9660. Kenhe and
Sleepy every Friday. Accoustic
Duo every Wednesday.
* *
Mackenzie's Steakhouse,
100 Sawgrass Village, Ponte
Vedra Beach 543-9143.
Gene Nordan plays piano
Tuesday through Thursday.
Don Miniard is in Saturday.
Michael Howard plays
Sunday. Will Hurley performs
Friday and Monday.
* *
Max's Restaurant, 1312
Beach Blvd., Jacksonville
Beach 247-6820. John
Evans plays the piano every
Friday and Saturday.
* *
Shelby's Coffee Shoppe, 200
1st Street, Neptune Beach *
249-2922. Live music on
Friday 'and sometimes on
Saturday in the courtyard.

Spare Time Tavern and
Grille. 1728 3rd St. N.,
Jacksonville Beach 246-
8360. Eric Wink performs
Tuesday. Rockabilly Night
with Fish every Wednesday.
Yankee Slickers are in every
Thursday. The Cover Band
performs Sundays.
* *
Tra Vini Italian Restaurant,
216 Ponte Vedra Park Drive,
Ponte Vedra Beach Beach *
273-2442. Tony Saladino per-
forms jazz piano and stan-
dards Thursday through
Tree Steakhouse, 725-6
Atlantic Blvd, Atlantic Beach
* 241-5600. Mary Ann
Hawkins is in Wednesdays.
Mike Shackelford performs
Friday. Kenhe from Saturday.


The Atlantic, 333 N. 1st St.,
Jacksonyille zBeach. Jocelyat &
the Geroniosi host'skkrabko,
every Tuesday.

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Beach as part of the sixth annual Summer Jazz Series. The concert is free to the public.

* *
Cliff's at the Beach, 1401
Atlantic Blvd., Neptune
Beach. Karaoke every
Wednesday andThursday.
* *
Lynch's Irish Pub, 514 N.
1st St., Jacksonville Beach.
Karaoke is held at 9:30 p.m.
every Sunday.
Monkey's Uncle Tavern,
1850 3rd Street S.,
Jacksonville Beach. Karaoke
every Tuesday, Wednesday,
Saturday and Sunday with a
contest at 11 p.m. every other

Spare Time Tavern and
Grille, 1728 3rd St. N.,
Jacksonville Beach. Karaoke
every Wednesday.


The Atlantic, 333 N. 1st St.,
Jacksonville Beach 249-
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Ocean Club. DJ Scott Henry
Saturday. DJ Infader spins in
the Bubba Lounge every
Tuesday. DJ Robert Goodman
spins Top 40 and Old Wave
every Wednesday. DJ Blaze
spins Top 40 and hip hop
inside on Thursdays. DJ Kevin
Durgin spins old wave and
70's outside every Thursday
and retro dance every Friday.
DJ Jeremy spins Top 40. and
hip hop inside every Friday.
DJs Mike Bruce and Flava spin
reggae in the tiki bar every
Sunday. Matt Caulder spins
indie every Monday.

Spare Time Tavern and
Grille; 1728 3rd. St. N.,
Jacksonville Beach 246-
8360. DJ. Hook spins

The Ritz, 139 3rd Ave., Jay
Beach, 246-2255. DJ
Danielle is in every Monday
and"Tliesdav, DI Anonymous
spins 'Wednesiay. DJ MNfarco
spins 80's every Thursday. DJ

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ing a greens fee of $40 (plus
taxes and fees) for women on
Slammer & Squire. For infor-
mation on Women's Golf
Week at Slammer & Squire,
call 904-940-6088 or visit

Comedy at the beaches
Comedy At Cliffs, There will
be a comedy night at the
Beach. Chris Gay who was at
one time associated with
Atlantic Theatres will be
rounding up local comedians
for Tuesday evenings, with the
first one scheduled for last
night. Start time is 7:30.
Organizers said they are look-
ing forward to a great response
following the closing of the
Atlantic Theatre.
Songwriters' Night
Atlantic Beach Songwriters'
Night will be held from 6-8
p.m. Sunday in the Atlantic
Beach Cultural Arts and
Community Center (Adele
Grage) on the corner of
Ocean Boulevard and 7th
Street. Mike Shackleford is
the musical host. There is no
admission charge. Doors
open at 5:45 p.m. Seating is
on a first-come, first-served
basis. The subsequent
Songwriters' Night is July 8.
Acoustic Night is held in Bull
Memorial Park June 24 and
July 22.

Summer Jazz Concert
The sixth annual
Jacksonville Beach Summer
Jazz Series at the Sea Walk
Pavilion kicks off Sunday.
The evening features
Nightfall at 5 p.m., Steve
Oliver at 6 p.m. and Warren
Hill at 7:30 p.m. July 15 has
Kai Alece at 5 p.m., Joyce
Cooling at 6 p.m. and
Michael Lington at 7:30 p.m.
The August 19 headliner, at
7:30 p.m., is Nick Colionne.
Colionne follows the Navy
Band Southeast Jazz
Ensemble at 5 p.m. and
Janita at 6 p.m. The three-
concert series is free and
open to the public. Those
who attend can bring blan-
kets or lawn chairs and enjoy

refreshments available from
local vendors. For informa-
tion, call the Jacksonville
Beach Events Hotline at 247-
6100, press 3, or visit

St. Augustine Music
A week of classical music
can be heard starting at 7
p.m. June 11-15 in the
Cathedral Basilica of St.
Augustine, located on the
main plaza. Every evening is
free of charge. For informa-
tion, call 904-824-2806.

Author at Bookmark
Author Patti Callahan
Henry will be at The
Bookmark, 299 Atlantic Blvd.,
Atlantic Beach at 7 p.m. June
12 to read from and sign
copies of her new novel,
"Between the Tides." The
book is Henry's fourth novel.
Her previous novels were
"Losing the Moon," "Where
the River Runs" and "Where
Light Breaks." For informa-
tion, call 241-9026.

Noontime Concert in
The Nelson Mandela
Metropolitan University
Choir performs a free concert
at 12 p.m. June 12 in the
Plaza de la Constitucion, St.
Augustine. The choir, which
consists of 40 members, is
from South Africa.

Cooking Classes
Williams-Sonoma at St.
Johns Town Center offers a
variety of cooking classes in
June. Each class is held from
7-9 p.m. and costs $35. June
12 offers Father's Day Dinner,
while June 15 presents
Cooking with Kids: Healthful
Snacks. June 19 brings Basics
for the Bride and Groom,
after which June 26 presents
Cooking Together. Foi infor-
mation, call 904-998-4304.

Tradition in Transition
"Tradition in Transition:
Russian Icons in the Age of
the Romanovs" opens June
1.2 at the Cummer Museum &
Gardens and runs through

Sept. 2. Admission is free to
members; for non-members,
it's $8. The Cummer Museum
is at 829 Riverside Ave.,
Jacksonville. For information,
call 904-356-6857 or visit

Music by Sea
The Music by the Sea
Concert Series is held every
Wednesday evening through
the summer. Concerts are
from 7-9 p.m. at the St.
Augustine Beach Pier Pavilion
on A1A. Admission is free,
and dinners are under $10.
Falling Bones with Zhanras
performs June 13, and Roland
Fleming/Barnacle Bills is
scheduled for June 20. For
information, call 904-471-
1686 or visit www.staugbch-

MOCA in Middle
Wednesday come to life at
MOCA Jacksonville starting
June 13. Dinners will be
served from 5-9 p.m. at Cafe
Nola. Happy Hour is held
from 5-7 p.m. and Summer
Film Series moves begin at 7
p.m. Admission to the MOCA
galleries is free on
Wednesday courtesy of
Target. Shawn Lightfoot will
be on guitar in the Atrium
during Happy Hour June 13,
when the film is "Cocaine
Angel," directed by Michael
Tully. There will be a Q&A
session with writer/produc-
er/star Damian Lahey. For
information or dinner reser-
vations, call 366-6911.

Thursday Concerts in
The 16th season of
Concerts in the Plaza de la
Constitucion features Ancient
City Slickers June 14, fol-
lowed by Skin & Bonz and
the Big Hungry Boys June 21.
The concerts, which start at 7
p.m., are free. For informa-
tion, visit www.plazacon-

Movies at Beaches Library
The Beaches Branch
Library, 600 N. Third St.,
Neptune Beach, offers movies
in the Goin' Ape series in

June: the 1977 version of
"King Kong" starring Jessica
Lange will be seen June 14;
the 1987 sequel "King Kong
Lives" with Brian Kerwin and
Linda Hamilton will be
shown June 21; and the 2005
remake "King Kong" starring
Naomi Watts and Jack Black
is up June 28. A Classic
Movie Night June 18 offers
"Twelve O'Clock High" star-
ring Gregory Peck. All movies
will be shown at 5:30 p.m.
For information, call 241-

Birthday Party at YMCA
The Winston Family YMCA
on Landrum Lane in Ponte
Vedra Beach celebrates its
eighth anniversary from 6-8
p.m. June 15 with a birthday
bash and open house.
Activities will include Kitty
the Clown, face painting,
cake walk, live music, boat
races by summer camp partic-
ipants, food, raffles and door
prizes. For information, call
Nathalie Lobefaro at 543-
9622. Information about the
YMCA of Florida's First Coast
can be found at www.first-

Music in the Courtyard
Music in the Courtyard can
be heard from 7-10 p.m.
every Friday through the end
of October in the Courtyard
at 200 First Street, Neptune
Beach. Music in the
Courtyard is free to the pub-
lic. Shops stay open late. The
evenings are sponsored by
The Shoppes at 200 First
Street. For information, call

Get Active, Get Outdoors
The Florida Department of
Environmental Protection is
celebrating "Great Outdoors
Month," the month of June,
with a variety of events.
Activities include A Day with
Nature June 16 at Anastasia
State Park. The event, which
runs from 9 a.m.-2 p.m.,
includes bird and eco-walks,
information booths, semi-
nars, hands-on nature crafts,
nature games for kids, music,
native plants and natural

foods. For information, visit

Artistic Opportunities
A summer literature series,
held at the Art Advocate
Gallery, 76B San Marco Ave.,
St. Augustine, begins with A
Poet's Passion: Form and
Figure with Judith Westley
from 4-6 p.m. June 16. Next
up is Glenda Bailey-
Mershon's Summer Writing
Projects Review, which is held
from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. June
20, July 21 and Aug. 18.
Bailey also offers Not Your
Average Youth Workshop
from 1-3 p.m. June 23 and
July 7. Christy Sanford pres-
ents Poetry, Art and
Inspiration from 9:30 a.m. to
12:30 p.m. July 7. And Jo
Anne Englebert shares
Women Poets of Latin
America from 4-6 p.m. Aug.
18. Englebert and Westley's
sessions are both free, with
donations collected at the
door by the St. Johns
Cultural Council. Sanford's
fee is $35, while Bailey-
Mershon charges $40 for Not
Your Average Youth
Workshop and $70 for
Summer Writing Projects
Review. For information
about the summer literature
series, call 904-377-1323. for
movie actors of all ages and

Uptown Saturday Night
Extended shopping hours,
live entertainment, book
signing by local and regional
authors, performance art,
refreshments and original
works of art are the order of
the day as shops along San
Marco Avenue in St.
Augustine extend their hours.
Uptown Saturday Night is
free to the public and takes
place from 5-9 p.m. For infor-
mation, call 904-824-9357.

Father's Day at World
Golf Village
For the fifth consecutive
year, the World Golf Hall of
Fame opens its doors to
everyone from 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
on Father's Day, June 17.
The museum will offer corn-

plimentary admission to each
guest, and the first 450
fathers will get a goody bag
filled with gifts, coupons and
certificates from businesses.
Also that day, dads will
receive a complimentary
round on the Hall of Fame's
18-hole, natural-grass putting
course and half-price admis-
sion to Spider-Man 3 showing
at the IMAX Theater. World
Golf Hall of Fame
Community Day also will
offer golf clinics on the
Challenge Hole at 11:45 a.m.
and 12:45 p.m., courtesy of
the PGA Tour Golf Academy
at World Golf Village. For
information, call 904-940-
4123 or visit

Kayak the Guana
The Friends of the Guana
Tolomato Matanzas National
Estuarine Research Reserve
(GTMNERR), in partnership
with Coastal Outdoor Center,
offers a kayak tour of the
Guana River from 10 a.m.-12
p.m. June 18. Participants
will use double kayaks.
Admission to the event,
which is appropriate for age
15 and up, is $45.
Reservations must be made in
advance by contacting the
Coastal Outdoor Center at

Classic Movie Night
Classic Movie Night will be
held at the Beaches Branch
Library June 18 and July 23.
Both films begin at 5:30 p.m.
Fresh popcorn will be provid-
ed. Call the library, at 600
Third Street, Neptune Beach,
for the movie titles. Its num-
ber is 241-1141.

Go, Diego
"Go Diego, Go Live! The
Great Jaguar Rescue" is per-
formed at 7 p.m. June 19 and
at 10:30 a.m. and 7 p.m. in
the Moran Theater of the
Center for the Performing
Arts. Diego is Nick Jr.'s action
adventure hero. Tickets range
in price from $15 to $36, plus
applicable service and facility
charge. Charge by phone at
904-632-3373 or order online

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Friday, June 8
Noon Break: Friends of the Beaches Branch Library holds Noon Break, featuring Emily Retherford
Lisska, executive director of the Jacksonville Historical Society, beginning at 12 p.m. Lisska's presenta-
tion, "Women Who Made a Difference in Turn of the Century North Florida," runs until 1 p.m. The
program is free and open to the public. For information, call the Beaches Branch Library at 241-1142.

Free Chicken Lunch: The community is invited to a free chicken lunch at 12 p.m. at the Players
SenioCommunity Center, 175 Landrum Lane, Ponte Vedra Beach. Reservations are required by 3 p.m.
June 7 by calling 280-3233.

Saturday, June 9
Church Fish Fry: St. Andrew A.M.E. Church, 125 9th St. S., Jacksonville Beach, sponsors a fish
fry from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. A donation of $7 is requested. For information or to place orders, call

American Ballroom: American Ballroom and Contemporary Dance Association meets at Bolero's. A
lesson begins at 7 p.m., and the dance itself starts with a live band at 8 p.m. Guest admission is $12
per person. For information or reservations, call 246-2858.

Health Fair:.A Health Fair will be held from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. at Bethlehem Lutheran Church, 1423
8th Ave. N., Jacksonville Beach. Information will be provided on, among other topics, nutrition, blood
pressure and dental hygiene. A bloodmobile will be on hand to take donations, and fair visitors can
have themselves checked out. For information, call 249-5418.

Jacksonville Shell Club: The Jacksonville Shell Club presents its two-day, 41st annual shell show
and sale at the Morocco Shrine Center, 3800 St. Johns Bluff Road S. Hours Saturday and Sunday are 9
a.m.-5 p.m. There will be worldwide displays of shells and fossils, as well as arts and crafts, a flea mar-
ket, shell store and vendors. Admission is $5; seniors and children are discounted. Parking is free. For
information, call Judy Blocker at 246-4012 or visit

Sunday, June 10
Golf to Help Helping Hands: The second annual golf outing at Selva Marina Country Club in
Atlantic Beach to raise fuilds for Helping Hands Village tees off at 1:30 p.m. The cost is $75 per golfer.
Corporate sponsorshipsalso are available: Gold for a $1,000 donation and Silver for $250. Helping
Hands Ministries, a not-for-profit corporation, is working to raise $500,000 to purchase land for
Helping Hands Village, a transitional housing community for families with children. One hundred per-
cent of the monies raised at the golf tournament will go toward purchasing and developing Helping
Hands Village. For information, visit

Monday, June 11
Leave 'em Laughing: The June meeting of the "Leave 'em Laughing Tent," the Jacksonville chapter
of The International Laurel & Hardy Appreciation Society (a/k/a Sons of the Desert), will be held from
6-7:45 p.m. at Pablo Creek Branch Library, 13295 Beach Blvd., between Kernan and Hodges Boulevards.
Movies to be screened at the meeting are Laurel & Hardy's short subject "Another Fine Mess" (1930)
and their feature film "Jitterbugs" (1943). Admission is free for all ages; free light snacks and sodas also
will be served. For information, call Steve Bailey'at 246-0312 or visit the Tent's website at www.leaveem-

Sierra Club: The Sierra Club holds a general meeting at 7 p.m. at Lakewood Pressbyterian Church,
2001 University Blvd., Jacksonville. Speakers will talk about how North Florida Land Trust works with
landowners to protect their property. A video highlighting NFLT's work will be followed by a question-
and-answer session. Special information on tax benefits for land conservation will be available. For
more information, contact Janet Larson 247-1876.

Yoga, Meditation and Hiking: Nominal deposits must be received by June 11 to register for a stress
release and relaxation retreat with Joan and Jim Ryan of Yoga with Joan & Jim and My Wellness
Hypnosis. The Ryans will lead yoga, meditation and hiking for four days and three nights, Sept. 27-30,
at Pura Vida Resort in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Georgia. Included in the retreat
package are accommodations, meals, daily yoga practices, meditation sessions and a hiking trip. For
pricing, additional information and to register, contact Joan Ryan at 240-4628 or at yogajoan@com-

Tuesday, June 12
Author at Bookmark: Author Patti Callahan Henry will be at The Bookmark, 299 Atlantic Blvd.,
Atlantic Beach at 7 p.m. to read from and sign copies of her new novel, "Between the Tides." The book
is Henry's fourth novel. Her previous novels were "Losing the Moon," "Where the River Runs" and
"Where Light Breaks." For information, call 241-9026.


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Age: 6 years old
Gender: Male
Breed: Labrador Retriever..
Size: 107 pounds
Coloring: Yellow
Residence: Neptune
Owner: Bob and Jean
Favorite food: Pizza
Favorite pastime:
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As a "people-friendly
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panies Jean and Bob
every day to the office.
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who visit. In his "off-time"
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launched in 2002. We know
Wente has a producer of
value-priced wines but it was
a label we remember from
our childhood days.
Started in 1883 when C.H.
Wente purchased 47 acres in
Livermore, Wente was able to
survive Prohibition by mak-
Sing parish house wine. Today,
as Mr. Wente explained, it's
cheaper for churches to buy
bulk wine off the shelf than
it is to commission a winery
to make sacramental wine.
Since 1883, the family
bought three historic winer-
ies and more than 3,000
acres of vineyards in
Livermore and Salinas val-
leys. More than half of the
chardonnay and sauvignon
blanc grown in California are
planted to one of the Wenfe
"The sauvignon blanc was
introduced in 1934 and is the
longest varietal wine gig in
California," says Mr. Wente.
Although Wqnte makes
decent, mid-priced wine, it is
particularly focused on its
premium red wine. The name
refers to a frequent comment
made by fourth generation
Philip Wente and his
nephew, Karl Wente. The
uncle complained that young
Karl, winemaker for the pre- ,

'The Wine Guys'
mium line, was managing the
wine to the "Nth degree."
The wine shows it. The
2004 chardonnay, cabernet
sauvignon and syrah we tast-
ed were delicious wines that
show special attention we
don't remember from this
venerable producer.
Compared to the regular bot-
tlings, these wines have con-
siderable depth.
The grapes are hand-picked
from the best blocks in the
estate vineyards. Mr. Wente
says these wines represent "a
chance to learn" more about
fine wine. Only 250 cases are
made of each Nth wine.
Here are some of our
Wente Vineyards Riva
Ranch Chardonnay 2005
($13). Using grapes from
Monterey County, the wine
shows off broad fruit flavors
and good spice. Pineapple,
ripe melon notes with good
oak and a buttery texture.
Wente Vineyards
Monterey Riesling 2005
($20). Floral, varietal nose
with peach, melon and
orange peel flavors. An unc-
tuous, fleshy wine with a
trace of residual sugar.
Wente Vineyards The 9th
Degree Cabernet Sauvignon
2004 ($65). Extracted red
fruit flavors and a touch of
cassis, great concentration. It
can be enjoyed now, but has
good cellar potential.

Blended with 25 percent mer-
lot grapes.
Wente Vineyards The 9th
Degree Syrah 2004 ($46).
First released in 2003, the
syrah was our favorite.
Blended with 11 percent mer-
lot and 4 percent cabernet
sauvignon, the wine has rich
dark berry flavors, mocha,
spice and a long finish.
We grew fond of the terrific
wines made by Zaca Mesa
Winery during a recent visit
to its Santa Barbara facilities.
It's a beautiful drive into the
country, if you are ever near
this region.
Known for its pinot noir,
Santa Barbara also produces
some of California's greatest
syrahs.. There is nothing
wimpy about these syrahs.
Here are two great wines
we highly recommend:
Zaca Mesa Z Cuvee 2004
($16). We just love this blend
of mourvedre (a healthy 48
percent), grenache and syrah.
Blueberry dominates the fla-
vors with a bit of raspberry
and blackberries. Medium
body, good tannins and a
nice wine to pair with grilled
meat or pasta.
Zaca Mesa Syrah 2003
($16). Full-body, in-your-face
syrah, big and ripe tannins,
with lots of blackberry and
currant flavors rounded off
with a healthy dose of tan-
nins. A big wine to comple-
ment beef or lamb.
Plungerhead Dry Creek
Zinfandel 2005 ($19). Don
Sebastiani is buying grapes
and making a line bf wines
with odd names like Hey
Mambo and Plungerhead. If
the wine doesn't get to you,
the labels certainly will. The
wine is a decent value.
Certainly, a good dinner con-
versation or house gift.
Sebastiani also makes
Smoking Loon and
Pepperwood Grove wires.

Dear Jane,
There is so much work to be
done around my house and I
have absolutely no motivation
to take it all on. My last two
projects went terribly. What
'can I do to improve my out-

Sarah Butler

Dear Sarah,
We hear you. There are so
many home improvement
projects that warrant a little
procrastination. Especially
those home maintenance and
seasonal projects that you
'know have to be done but you
keep avoiding because you're
too busy, uninspired, or afraid
to tackle.
SBut the truth is that many of
these projects get more daunt-
ing and difficult with time.
Delay can create not only more
work in the long run, it can
actually put a crippling grip on
your ability to start newer,
more fun projects. So how do
you get the procrastination
monkey off your back, get
those backlogged (but neces-
sary) chores done, and open up
your ambition again to take.on
what you really want to do?
SProcrastination is quite a
strong force; often it allows us
to ignore the most important
of priorities in lieu of doing
things we might prefer to do.
The good news is that there are
'tools to help you tame the pro-
crastination beast, ultimately
making you happier and much
more productive in the long
Here are a few methods that
have worked for the members
of the Be Jane community:

Lists vs. Rewards: We like to
call this the "gold star" method.
When you were in school and
the teacher rewarded your

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workwith a gold star, you were
often motivated to try harder
to get another one. So, apply
this same process to your own
projects. Start by listing every-
thing you know you need to
accomplish and then deter-
mine an appropriate reward for
completing each project. Be
realistic in the tasks you need
to complete and the timelines
you establish. Also, make sure
you actually reward yourself
after each task has been com-
pleted (that's the fun part).

Gradual Method: Another
method is to work on a given
project for short bursts. Since
procrastination won't vanish
overnight, you'll need to be
somewhat therapeutic about it.
So, gradually work it in. Start
on a project for ten minutes at
a time. You can even say, "I'm
going to work on this for no
more than 10 minutes." Set a
timer and when it goes off,
leave the project and go at it
again for another 10 minutes
and so on. This at least gets
you started and there's a good
chance that once you start,
you'll eventually keep going

until you're finished.

Do It Now: It's easy to con-
vince yourself that you have
enough time to accomplish
everything you want. But as we
all know, that window of time
closes all too quickly. So,
another method is that the
moment you think to do it, do
it! Don't wait around for the
right time to complete a task;i
take action the moment it
pops into your head.

Avoid Perfection: Perfection
is essential when it comes to
building a space shuttle, but
not so much when painting
your bedroom. If you're a bit of
a perfectionist it's probably
affecting your ability to start a
project. Learn to ease up on
yourself. Perfection in home
improvement is a relatively
unachievable goal, so don't
convince yourself otherwise.
The mistakes you make in your
present will always help you to
improve your future. If you
just can't help it, take a page
from modem management
theory: strive for excellence,
not perfection.
Home improvement tasks are
prime candidates for procrasti-
nation. From fixing that leak
to patching the driveway, proj-
ects are sometimes things we
like to plan for and dream
about, but take forever to actu-
ally complete. But by following
a few of the tips we laid out,
we know that you'll get one
step closer-one step at a
time-and before you know it,
you'll be done.
Get working and good luck!

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Most hotels do a good
job of cleaning.
Some don't, though.
Usually this is a problem at
the particular hotel, and not a
problem with the chain. And,
although stays at upper-tier
hotels with good names and
high prices will usually be
nice, even these hotels can
suffer from time to time with
cleanliness issues and I
know this from experience.
For a short time, I was a
mystery guest and performed
evaluations of hotels. I had to
check everything from
whether the security was
available to counting burned
out light bulbs at the
entrance. Unfortunately, my-
mystery guest experience
uncovered too little concern
about cleanliness and too
much concern with small
services most guests don't use.
As someone who still stays in
hotels frequently, I want to
stay in establishments that
place a high value on the two
"C's" comfort and cleanli-
ness with cleanliness rank-
ing highest. Here are seven
ideas that can help you have a
cleaner, more enjoyable stay
the next time your living
space is away from home ......
1. Check carpets and bath-
Check the tub, counters,
and floors, especially around
the commode, to see if they
have been mopped, leaning in
the light to see if there are
urine drops or stains on the
floor. Look at the edges of the
carpet, particularly at the
entrance, to be certain it was
2. Check for bed bugs
Unfortunately, there has


been a resurgence of these
nasty creatures and even some
of the best hotels have them.
Lift the covers and the fitted
or bottom sheet and look for
the bugs. If you see tiny drops
of blood on the mattress or
mattress pad, chances are, the
bed has them. Look at the
cracks of the headboard where
the bugs will sometimes hide.
If you find them, alert the
front desk and wait there to
show someone what you have
found. Then, consider moving
to another hotel or change
3. Look around the bed and
nightstand- --- -
Is there excessive dust or
crumbs? If so, you might have
problems breathing. This is
often caused by dust and
mold. Hotel housekeepers
should routinely use a crevice
tool behind headboards to
keep them clean.
4. Check the air vents
Many people have problems
breathing in hotels. Do you
see any black discoloration
around the air conditioning

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GIFT WRAP When buying wrapping paper, choose carefully.
I buy a beautiful yet versatile type so that I can use it for several
occasions instead of oeriPlus,-it doesn't get torn up sitting in the
closet until next year. I bought an off-brand "Old- orld-style'sil-
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SUBSTITUTE Dishwasher rinse agents help to get your dishes
cleaner and drier, but they sure are pricey. Fortunately, there's a
cheap alternative: vinegar. Here's how to make the switch to
vinegar: (1.) Finish using up any commerical rinse agent that
remains in your dishwasher. (2.) Then, unscrew the cap from
your dishwasher's rinse agent dispenser and fill the well with
white vinegar. (3.) Replace the cap, and run your dishwasher as
usual. (4.) Refill the dispenser as needed. You'll love the results on
your dishes and in your dishwasher itself. Lainie P.
MOVING Set up ONE room in your new home as quickly as
possible. This way, you'll have a quiet retreat, free of boxes. You
and your family will then have a place to go when you need a
break from all of the unpacking activities. Ken D.
SAVE MONEY It is more economical to use one large bulb
than several small bulbs. For instance, a 100-watt bulb gives as
much light as six 25-watt bulbs but uses less than 2/3 the power.
Ed B.
SUMMERTIME Now that warm weather's here, a great way to
save time and money is to hang clothes outside or set up a
clothesline inside instead of using a dryer. If you do use the dryer,
make sure you clean it after every load to reduce energy use. Vera
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vents or AC unit? If you do,
ask for another room and
explain that there appears to
be mold around the air vents
that can cause allergies or
breathing problems.
5. Make sure there is a lug-
gage rack
Bed bugs are often found in
carpets, too, and if your lug- on the floor, you
might just bring a nasty visi-
tor home. Request a luggage
rack if there isn't one in your
room. Besides the bugs, it's
easier on your back to have
luggage higher.
6. Remote cleanliness
One of the dirtiest items in
the room is the television
remote. Put it into a plastic
bag or use a Clorox wipe and
wipe the surface of the
remote. Clorox now makes
cleaner wipes in convenient
travel pouches and these
accompany me on every trip.
While you're at it, wipe down
the phone receiver and alarm
clock too.
7. Wear house shoes
Pack a favorite pair of slip-
pers in your suitcase and
always wear them at every,
hotel visit. Floors can often be
dirty, so having shoes is an
added layer of cleanliness.
..f you.make,a-good sweep of
the room and are satisfied
with the cleaning, and you
pack your slippers and Clorox
wipes, chances are you'll have
a pleasant hotel stay without
the worry about cleanliness
bothering you.
Kathryn Weber is a home and
decorating columnist who wel- ,
comes your comments and ques-
tions. Email questions to

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away from home more livable,
be sure to do a quick sweep
to make sure the room is
clean. This makes any stay
more comfortable and enjoy-

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cabana bath, boat dock, lift, screened pool
& porch, 3000sf, tons more. $825,000.

FSBO ADORABLE 3/1 w/bonus room,
90% renovated. Move in ready. 1551 Sun-
set Drive, Jax Beach, $249,000,
WEST BEACHES; 3/1, 1 car garage; new
tile, cabinets, doors, and AC on large lot.
$139,000 (904)962-5453.
OFF GIRVEN- Trevor Green S/D, split
4/2/2, 1856sf, great room w/fireplace,
large yard, cul-de-sac, built 1998,
$239,900 as is. Independent Brokers &
Assoc., Inc. 247-4333/710-3111.

3BR/1BA W/POOL, move-in ready, 1751
Hawaii Drive East, near Infinity Dealer-
ship. Open House, Saturday, 6/9, 11am-
1pm. Coastal Lifestyle, Realty, LLC.
FSBO. NEPTUNE Beach. Lovely home,
7 blocks from ocean. 3BR/2BA, 2268sf.
Large yard, all brick. VERY BEACHY!
Asking $444,900. Call for appt. 241-6514,
655-7831. 1106 Hagler Dr. W. By Appt.
NEAR MAYO- IC water access, 3BR/2BA,
$355,000, independent Brokers & Assoc.,
Inc. 247-4333, 710-3111.
436 9th Avenue South
Jax Beach Beauty. Just 4 blocks to the
ocean. Come by to experience this exqui-
sitely designed 3BR./2.5BA beach home.
Private backyard with screened porch and
hot tub. $459,999. 904-241-3816.
oceanview T/H directly across from the
ocean, features three levels living space,
two patios and much more, $665,000, also
3BR/2BA CB brick front home, 6 blocks to
beach, features deep lot, newer carpet,
roof and AC, $309,900. Kathy Tiliakos,
Vanguard Realty. (904)465-3053.
1104 2ND Ave. N., 3BR/2BA, double lot
w/pool. $399,000. (904)246-9915.
HIGHLANDS, NC, in town, mountain
views, 3BR/2BA on 1/2 acre, great pdten-
tial. Call (601)580-2383, (601)428-8444.
JAX BEACH, 3BR/2BR, 6 blocks to
ocean. Must see, $330,000. (904)514-
INTRACOASTAL DEEP water community,
dock to accommodate 50 ft boat, 2/2,
1400sf; just reduced to $320,000. The
Moorings, unit 75. Boat owner/ investor
dream. Call Steve, (904)241-5434.

JAX BEACH S. FSBO 4 blocks to ocean,
3BR/1.5B. All new interior, cabinets,
plumbing, fixture, floor. Priced 'at $299k for
quick sale, 398-0232.
house, large fenced yard, stone fireplace,
new carpet. 2153 Featherwood Dr. E.
$232,900. (904)280-2728 Iv. msg.
BEACH,. all brick, 3000sqft., 4/2.5,
screened pool, formal LR and DR, open
family room, large master suite, $584,000,

Isle of Palm, Jax Beach, 3/2, 4121 Coqui-
na Drive, (904)294-0959.
JAX BEACH, 3BR/1.5BA, new AC, wood
floors, close to beach; nice neighborhood,
$289,000, will co-op 3%, 626-4863.
NEPTUNE BEACH, 4BR/2BA, 1500sf.,
70'x118' corner lot, remodeled kitchen,
mexican tile, 3 yr. old roof, new AC, plum-
bed w/PVC, 4 blocks to ocean. $389,900.

3839 Tropical,Terrace 3831 Tropical Terrace *
A Commute You Can Live With... (right off JTB) in a neighborhood
setting w/no cdd fees or restrictions in one of these large, beautiful
executive homes. Room for children, hobbies and
entertaining in these amazingly efficient 5 bed/4 bath a ?'l
or 4 bed/3.5 bath homes. Priced at $589,000. h C
Call Linda Pomerantz at 923-8030 a a

130 East Coast Dr.
Adorable 3/2 walk to town center and beach. Wood floor i* .I ..
and stainless steel appliances. Porches and decks. So don'il .'t
miss out on this Atlantic Beach cutie. Price to sell $499.i(: 0(
MLS# 369402
1527 South Bentin Drive
Jax Beach, close to shopping and bike ride to beach. 3/2,
garage, large lot. All appliances stay. Fenced back yard.
Split bedroom arrangement. Owner says sell! $319,000
W4 MLS# 350940
1107 23rd St. North
Come enjoy the secret garden,
low maintenance living under the trees and still bike to the
beach. 2 story, 3/3, garage, fenced yard. Wood floors,
fireplace. Great floor plan. $399,000 MLS# 363699 -' .
1917 Sevilla Blvd. West ic
Selva Gardens, gated Atlantic d''
Beach community. 4 bedrooms,
S '' . preserve lot on cul-de-sac. Seller offering a $10,000 flooring
Allowance. 2900 sq ft., custom built home. A must see for
S $649,900 MLS# 368974

Extremely F

Lea Underwood
.._ Multi-Million Dollar Producer
ential Prudential Network Realty
Cell: (904)571-0790
Realty omr*.wf Office: 904-241-7461 Ext. 213'
Independently Owned and Operated.

BRICK HOME in Holiday Harbor $289,900
Home features 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, 2 car garage with large
private yard in established neighborhood. Light and bright
with neutral colors through-out home. MLS # 367840
WATER FRONT HOME in Queens Harbour $1,099,900
Home features 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, office, bonus room, 3 car
garage. Hardwood floors, stone, granite, marble through-out
ome. Open, split floor plan with gourmet kitchen. A must see.
S Dock boat in your own backyard. MLS # 344562
M AGNOLIA Carol DeTrude-Rockwood,
Properties Realtor (904) 813-9066

New on market, absolutely lovely home east of 3rd and only a
short walk to the beach! Shows like a model with detached 3
car garage and suite above, numerous upgraded features -
call for private showing. $939,000

Wonderful lakefront residence in popular retirement
community adjacent to Mayo Clinic. Flowing & spacious
floorplan with over 2400SF, situated on a cul-de-sac & enjoy a
relaxing patio overlooking the lake many new upgrades.
Tremendous potential Ideally located 2BR/2BA home with
super lagoon views and an oversized screened-in deck with
jacuzzi needs TLC Priced to move at $299,000

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Walk to Beach
Executive Pool Home in
Old Ponte vedra Beach!
S bd/3ba % 'k14 i-i0 f & ep Iing dining.
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g g :nl laitchen :3 pa.nmle Conan counters.
SS appliances, oversized bedrooms, 1,00" plus s.f. master suite, 6' whirlpool tub,
& so much more! 90'x140' lot w/8'x8' storage shed, tiki hut, & big yard! Call
owner/agent for appt. $1,175,000. Poling-Wright
Eler Poling -Wright
( Prudential Cell: 838-4562
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Located in a very quiet & non-traffic cul-
de-sac @ 1861 Beachside Ct. 3BR/2BA,
1700+sf, 2 car garage-heated & A/C was
used as room for our dogs. block to
ocean. $585,000. (904)249-2268.

3BR/1BA, carport w/ laundry room.
$295K. 601 7th Ave. S., Jax Beach,
38 Dolphin Blvd in Dolphin Cove, Ponte
Vedra ONLY $259,900 hosted by Mark
Lowe, Prudential Network Realty. Call
(904)874-4540 for more info.

$249,900, close to Fleming Island, built
2006, Independent Brokers & Assoc., Inc.
247-4333, 710-3111.
NEW HOME, 712 2nd Street, Neptune.
Perfect location, 2800sf. Walk to
Town Center. 1.5 blocks to beach
access. Priced at $829,900. Mac Realty
garage, corner lot, 1678sf, walk to beach,
05,000 (912)682-1463.
JAX BEACH 3BR/2BA 2 car garage, new
wood floors, screen porch, corner lot,
Open House Sunday 12-5pm. 1476 East-
wind Dr. 249-7734.

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New People?
3/2 Townhome seeks now Owners to Shelter Comfortably
near the sand & in the fabulous AB Lifestyle for
only $189,900! MLS #373478. No Fees

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3/2 corner lot in cul-de-sac. Central location.
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Private Equestrian Estate
offering over 6.5 acres of
breathtaking land. Custom home
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located on a cul-de-sac.

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S"She KfOWS the beaches!"

Exceptional 4/3, stellar upgrade throughout. \xd. firs. gracious
openness, huge pool-able lot. Short jaunt to ocean/Selva. N.
on Seminole. L. at Park Terr. W. to #1626 home on L. $847.000.

Delightful 2/2.5. 2 blks to bch.. small complex of 6 twnhomes
w/ no fees! Vault ceils, fireplace, beachy sundeck, private tropical
bkyard. 2 carport. $354.000

Inviting 2 sty. 3/3 plus Bonus/office, 5 easy biks to bch! Wood/
tile dwn., priv. lot. ideal location for work & play! Excellent
schools, shops nearby. Ready to Sell Now! $395,000

3 yrs. "'new" sparkling 4/3.5. easy stroll to beach, E. of A IA!
Spacious GR/Kjt., ideal guest suite dwn, luxury M.Suite up.
Vol ceils, handsome travertine-a classy beauty! $395,000

Beachy, charming cottage condo, 2/2, granite, tile, f-place. Open
layout, private bch. access! pretty waterfront location, quiet cul-
de-sac, superb community amenities. $309,000

Gracious 3BR 2BA w/ formal LR/DR too! Vault ceils, split plan,
stone f-place, tropical paradise gardens on huge corer lot. Ideal
community near all conveniences, affordably! $279,000.

Fabulous 4/3 + Bonus in ideal comm. near work & shopping.
Lovely openness for entertaining. Formal LR/DR w/ lakeview!
10343 Cypress Lakes Dr. Guardgate directions. $475,000.

Better than new 4.2.5. ideally located on deep poolable lot in
Hampton Parke. Elegant fishes: wood floors & plantation shutters
throughout, f-place. high ceils Formal LR/DR too! $474,500.

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OPEN HOUSE, SUNDAY, 12pm-4pm. HAWKINS COVE, 4/3 home, fenced yard,
Adorable beach home, 3/2, 1 car carport, sprinkler syst. $345,000. 993-9191.
large backyard for entertaining w/new
swim spa & decking throughout, sitting on MA F Npt B ,
two large city lots, beautiful oaks. Re- MARSH FRONT Neptune Beach, 4/2,
duced to $319,000. 941 Ruth Ave. Moti- newly remodeled, $529,000 OBO,
vated seller,(904)338-4303. 246-9915.


Established neighborhood, gracious 3/2 brick
home, cul-de-sac lot, over 2200 sq ft.
Onl- $325,000

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to buy or sell your equestrian property.

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MLS#336755 Onestory,4BR/3BAhome
on golf course in Queens Harbour. Huge
backyard with custom patio, summer
kitchen & outdoor fireplace. $598,000
MLS# 369624 Great 4/3 hm with wood
firs, granite kit, neutral colors. Scmd lanai
overlooks golf course, room for pool.
$609,000 241-2417
MLS#3729034/2hmbuiltin 1996. Great
neighbrhd off San Pablo. Open flrpln, clean,
move-in ready! $269,900 241-2417
MLS# 372020 4 BR, 3 BA w/pool, lanai
& spa. Fantasy kitchen w/maplecabinetry
& gas. Every main roomleads to the outside
area. Bright, sunny & designedefficiently.
$1,250,000 241-2417
MLS# 366009 This 4BR/2BA home has
large kitchen w/ stainless appl. Incl
wonderful neighborhd amenities. $315,000
MLS# 371079 Home in Fiddlers Marsh.
Spacious & well maintained. Great comm
w/pool&tennis courts. $439,900241-2417
MLS# 356790 Located in quiet
subdivision near beach with vaulted
ceilings, porcelain tile, large comer lot!
$449,900 241-2417
MLS# 368970 5/4 4196sf, high ceilings,
bamboo firs, trey ceilings, huge master
suite, granite counters, custom cabs, wine
chiller, lanai. Generous flr pL $799,000

MLS# 371300 Waterfront Isle of Palms.
4BR 3BA plus den/office. Bulkhead &
ready to build your dock & boat lift. Open
floor plan. Screened lanai. 2 car garage.
2200 SE $757,000 241-2417
MLS#360538 Course views from custom
4BR/3.5BA hm. Perfect for entertaining
inside & out! Sliding glass walls open to
screened lanai w/pool & waterfall, spa,
AND summer kit! $969,000 241-2417
MLS# 359159 Vacant lotjust 3 blks to the
beach in beautiful Neptune Bch, Near
restaurants, shops, park. $365,000
MLS# 369402 3bd/2ba Newer SS appl,
porches, decks, garage tech. This lives like
a new hm. Walk to beach! $499,000
MLS# 352131 3 beds, 2 baths. Walk to
beach and schools. Wood floors, good
storage. $295,000 241-2417

MLS# 368951 3BR/2BA, 5 Comer, 1844 SF,
spectacular ocean views, private oceanfront
balsony, oceanfront pool, garage parking &
separate storage.$749,000 285-1800
MLS# 371032 2BR/2BA w/FP, lake view,
spacious, updated kitchen, screened porch &
Immaculate! $229,900 285-1800
MIS 302736 Great setting & excellentcondition,
beautifully decorated & furnished 2BR/2BAcondo
w/wet bar & FP, located across from the pool & in
Players Club Villas. $370,000
MLS# 349474 Prime location for stunning
3BR/2BA home that is well-maintained, recently
updated kitchen, lots of tile, carpet, skylights, bay
windows, screened lanai, private backyard &
community pool & tennis courts. $319,000
MLS# 281048 Magnificent Marsh Landing
Mediterranean-style on 2 wooded acres, 180' on
ICW, 40 boat slip in yacht basin, 6BR/7.5BA, 2-
sty library w/spiral staircase, theatre, guest cabana,
send lanai pool/spa, summer kitchen & FP
$5,950,000 285-1800
MIS# 325228 Brick, freshly painted 3BR/2BA
+ formal LR & DR, FR w/FP, breakfast room,
Florida room, 2-car garage, fenced backyard w/
fruit trees & room for apool, quiet neighborhood,
near schools, shopping & beach. $314,900
MLS# 339381 New construction! Elegant
3BR/3,5BA plus study on top floor, 3rd, 2800 SF,
elevator, screened porch, garage, all the amenities
you could want, ingatedmarinacommunity & a
60' boat slip is also available. $885,000 285-1800
MIS# 342031 Charming 3BR/2BA w/ vaulted
ceilings, open floor plan, ceramic tile in entry,
dining & kitchen w/ new paint & leaded glass
cabinets, large htd & cooled lanai perfect for FR
& entertaining, 3rd BR, wet bar, 2-car garage &
on cul-de-sac. $299,000 285-1800
MLS# 344840 Impressively restored 3BR/2BA
home surrounded by lush landscaping, beautiful
hardwood firs, walls & ceilings, custom tile in
showers & kitchen, lof spacious DR, FL rm, BA
w/claw foot tub & rain shower, patio in private
backyard. $699,500 285-1800
MIS# 348198 Totally renovated & furnished
4BR/4BA w/covered lanai, original magnolia
floors, cypress beams in gourmet kitchen, spacious
2nd fir mstr ste w/oceanfront balcony, fabulous
BA, steam shower & much more! $5,995,000
MLS#359576 Designed as an architect's personal
home! 4BR/4.5BA, 4100+SF, FL room, soaring
ceilings, red oak suspended staircase, wood built-
ins, lakefront patio & pool & situated on a fresh
water lake. $1,400,000 285-1800
MLS#354456 Beautiful Meditennanan4BR/4BA
+ bonus, FR w/FP, library/office, many upgrades,
formal LR & DR, bright, open floor plan for
liveable luxury, landscaped lot, great golf course
views & built in 2004. $899,000 285-1800

SELVA LAKES Open house Sat & Sun
June 9th & 10th, 10am-4pm. 436 Osprey
Key, Atlantic Beach, Dramatic high ceil-
ings on beautiful lake setting. 1 bed w/loft.
See ya there!
JAX BCH, 3/2 by owner, close to ocean.
442 15th Ave N, Appt. only. 514-0728,
GATELY OAKS 3/2.5 posss. 4BR), quite
cul-de'sac, mature trees, 2025sf, $339k,
AB, 1 mile from beach, 4/1.5, next to Post
Office, $185,000, 923-6482.
PVB SAWGRASS Player's Club.
3BR/2.5BA, lake front, deck & garage.
Comm. pool, remodeled, resort living,
FSBO, $359,000 (904)962-0197.

806-A 3rd St. Neptune Beach
1700 SF home sits on premier lot
in new subdivision, tons of
upgrades. Built in 2005
Pablo Creek Reserve. $429,900
Great investment opportunity in
Vilano Beach. 3 adjacent lots
available for $2,900,000
9 lots ready for custom homes
on 15th Street S.
Starting at $275,900
4BR/2BA all brick home in quiet
beach neighborhood. $449,900

Call Jason Jarrett @
904-591-5917 mobile
904-247-7000 office

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Sail Cove Condo $205K
Off Gate Parkway, 3/2; scm pch; open
floor plan; lots of amenities.
4.55 Acres, high & dry,
mature trees surround
*Kensington's Brighton Bay $309
4/2 2345 sf Brick home w/hot tub
4/3 2574 sf on tranquil lagoon
Parade of Homes Winner!

3/2.5 w/heated pool & expansive lake view. 2.5
car garage! 2658 sq ft! $555,,000
4/2.5 2546 sq ft on a large private lot baking
to preserve on cul-de-sac! $478,500
3/2 1901 sq ft w/Great Room & Huge
Backyard! UPDATED! $353,900
Renovated 1206 sf3 Bedroom 2 Bath, Large
Backyard Sanctuary, Lovely Beach Home,
walking distance to beach & park. $346K
3/2 2-car garage 1616 sq ft w/large wood deck,
hot tub and fenced backyard! $363,900
3/2 2-car garage 1367 on cul-de-sac street,
screened porch and yard! $223,500
3/2 2400 sq ft on private wooded lot on quiet
street! $399,000
2/2 approx 1400 sq ft condo. Boat slip to
accommodate a 45+' boat! $320,000
3BR/2BA, home on cul-de-sac! 1326 sq ftt
3/2home on cul-de-sac w/brand new appliances!
1624 sq ft! $254,500.
3/2 home on cul-de-sac w/stone tile! 1691 sq ft!
3/2 1691 sq ft Very well maintained home w/
Florida Room! $259,000
4BR/2BA, home in S Ponte Vedra! Sun deck,
balcony and more! $925,000.
Gated community, 4BR/3BA, 3000+ sq ft home
w/in-ground pool! Built in 1995! $875,000.
50x 125 Vacant lot offSolano Rd w/Golf Course
View! $395,000.
3/2 approx 1726 sq ft REMODELED
KITCHEN w/big backyard! $689,000!
4BR/4.5BA, 4200 sq ft! BRAND NEW
CONSTRUCTION! $2,075,000.
3/2 1450 sq ft in Isle of Palms! Just minutes
to the ocean! REMODELED KITCHEN!
4/3 2085 sq ft Corner Lot! In-ground pool!


Gated community, 4/3, 2850 sf,
screened inground pool
w/formal LV, DR, spacious FR
w/gas FP. 18x18 porcelain tile,
deep pile carpet & interior
painted in 06. Owner/Realtor.
Asking $595,100

2-story estate home, 3654 sf,
5/3.5, intercom, central vac,
2 surround sound syst, pool many
upgrades. REDUCED! $639,900

$799K to 3.2 mil WCI/Costa
Verano Condo pool, sauna,
theater, hot tub, social rm. Best
in ocean front living.

791ASSISI LN1307
Great Buy! 2BR/IBA condo has tile
kitchen and Living Room. Very open
light and airy. Features community pool.
Close to shopping, schools, and beaches.
Great investment $97,900 MLS 344127
791 ASSISI LN403
Beautiful 2BR/2BA two story unit new
appliances, inside laundry room, two
'large bedrooms, tile floors downstairs.
Home Warranty. Association Pool.
$118,400 MLS 355757
Simply beautiful 3BR/2BA with
separate office. 42' cabinets in
kitchen, stainless appliances, wood
floors, tile, beautiful paint. 1 car
garage. Shows like a model. This one
is a gem!!! $208,000 MLS 350517
Recently updated 2BR/1.5BA home
with ceramic tile floors, Berber
carpet, and newA/C System in 2005.
Five blocks to the ocean! Living and
dining room combo with stone
fireplace. Wood deck, front porch,
covered patio, fenced yard, and 8x10
storage shed.$249,900 MLS 352770
Cute 3BR/1BA beach bungalow.
Remodeled, kitchen and dining room
with lighter wood floors. Beautiful
counter tops, neutral carpet and walls
throughout. $289,000 MLS 354051
Spacious 4BR/2.5BA two story home
with in ground pool and waterfall in
park like backyard. Separate dining
room, fireplace, vaulted ceilings,
breakfast nook and much more.
$359,900 MLS 362985
32110" ST
5BR/3BA triplex for sale. Each unit
meticulously clean. New carpet,
paint, and appliances. Central heat
and air. Two units with 2BR/1BAand
onp.&,nit with IBR'IBA, Great
investment. $ 370.000 MLS 352114
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Open the windows & feel the sea air!
2BR/2BA condo, cozy and bright
with ocean views from Master and
Living Room floor to ceiling
windows. 2nd BR has wonderful
view of the city out to the Intracoastal
Waterway. Appliances recent, except
stove. Brand new water heater. Seller
will give decorating allowance. Live
the Dream! $515,000 MLS 359810
517 AVE N202
Great.opportunity to buy 3BR/2BA
ocean front condo for a great price!
All tile floors. New hurricane grade
sliding door, windows are newer, new
water heater, newer heat pump.
Association just upgraded piping &
exterior of building. At this price,
Seller says he will make no Repairs.
Condo sold 'as is', appliances sold
'as is'.$525,000 MLS 374123
1901 1 ST N505
2BR/2BA condo with new hurricane
windows and sliders. Updated high
end lighting, well maintained unit,
ocean views from living room and
master bedroom. Mirrored wall in
living room. $540,000 MLS 358125
Just a short walk to the Ocean & Selva
Marina Country Club, this home is
light and bright on a large sunny lot
surrounded by the gorgeous tree
canopy of Selva Norte. Move-in ready
with new roof, stunning new
hardwood floors, plantation shutters,
stainless appliances, new HVAC'inside
and out, termite repair-bond, and much
more! $584,500 MLS 368841
3BR/2BA home with Panorama views
of the San Pablo River marsh and
Intracoastal Waterway. Second floor
living area and outside decks. New
Simonton windstorm windows and
hurricane fabric shields provide storm
protection. Large Great Room and
open kitchen area. Antique 'dungeon'
doors on entrances. Newer 668 sq
dock, 12 ton boatlift, 8X18 floating
dock. $669,000 MLS 364971
All brick 4BR/2.5BA home in
popular community, very close to the
ocean. Mint condition, freshly
painted interior. Formal and Family
areas. Great flow to entertain. Built-
in bookshelves in Family Room.
Upgrades throughout. 4th BR could
be an office. Tiled Florida Room.
$674,000 MLS 365979
370 12TH ST
3BR/2BA home, great lot in fabulous
location. Less than two blocks to
ocean. Wall to wall carpet and Florida
room. Less than two blocks to ocean.
The area is full of new construction
homes and remodeled beach homes.
$ 695,000 MLS 346625
7BR/9.5BA home on ocean in Atlantic
Beach. Solid surfaces throughout.
Three story main house with lavish
living on 1, level. Private Master
Suite on 3 floor. Oceanside porch,
courtyard pool, and guest house over
two car garage. Atlantic Beach Jewel.
$4,999,000 MLS 346089

'Watson Realty Corp. REALUORS'
Atlantic Beach
Watson Office
(904) 249-3804

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1700sf., 2-car garage. $285,000.

Don't Miss this
Enjoy breathtaking views of ocean from your
private terrace. Barely used and better than new!
$859,500 MLS 371262

Beachside Living
2nd St Jax Bch Thse, 3BR/3.5BA, 2348SF, 1
car gar, Irg 10x20 Patio & 2 10x20 balconies.
Super amenities!
$740,000 MLS 365567

Live the B'Side life style, 4BDR/2.5BA crnr lot,
Ist flr conc/blk, lots of upgrades & amenities.
$565,000 MLS349763

Great Bch Home
Zoned duplex 2/2BR/2BA down & IBR/IBA
up. This for Beach get a way w/tenant income.
Don't miss it!
$499,900 MLS351174

The Sanctuary
Gated comm. Great floor plan in this 3BR/2BA
home that is close to beach, JTB shopping &
restaurants. $379,900 MLS371828

33 FAIRWAY Ln. Jax Bch Golf Course
home, heated area, approx 1900sf., lot
100x150, gutted interior. $350K as is.

Marvin & Floyd Realty Inc.
Call Joe Floyd 219-7638

3/2 home, walking distance to ocean, open floor plan, cul-de-sac, 2 car garage, security
system, beautifully landscaped with irrigation system, termite bond, built 2001. Move in
condition will not last long at this price. REDUCED $325,000
1/1 Vista Del Mar, oceanfront condo 2nd floor unit. Fantastic ocean view from enclosed
balcony. Pool, clubhouse and laundry facilities on site. $349,900
Residential/commercial-1626sq; in 3 buildings-business plus 2 eff. apts. Nr ocean.
2/2 The Fountains, 1260sq'. Ground floor. Pool, Tennis Courts. $196,900
1647 Sunnyslde Ave. Jacksonville, FL
Near Intracoastal and million $ condos. 3 lots with 2/2 750sq' house (sold as is).$250,000
1647 Bermuda Road Jacksonville, FL
2/1 house, 940sq' on .14 acres. Near Intracoastal and million $ condos. $175,000
3/2 home, 1896sq'. Fenced back yard. Lawn maintenance included. $1,200 mth
3/2 home, 2128sq'. Many upgrades community pool, clubhouse, tennis courts, playground.
Available 7/1/07 $1,650 mth

Seaquest Condo
This is a great get away or rental property right
on the ocean with IBR/IBA plus 2 pkg spaces.
$379,000 MLS 354097

Great Duplex
In Atlantic Beach. Very clean; 2-sty. each unit
has 3BR/2BA a must see!
$379,000 MLS 365718

Have it All
Village of Vilano comm w/private walk over to
Ocean, close to historic St. Aug. + clubhse boat
ramp. $367500 MS 356440

The Good Life!
3-4 bedroom beach home on a private lot just 12
blocks from the ocean with room to park the
boat! $299,900 MLS 364178

Don't Wait!
This 3BR/2BA, 1,472 sq ft in Jax Bch has had a
complete face lift both in &out, just w/in the last
year. $289,900 MLS 358145

Beach Townhm just a short walk to bch! Cozy
frplc, private bkyrds & decks up & down to
watch sunsets! $259,000 MLS 304824

MUST SELL Oceanfront- Newer custom
built 5/4.5 on ocean, 4725sf, office, tile,
wood floors, pool and spa, screened lanai,
hot tub, and private beach. $2.75M.
Reduced in Queens Harbour- Immacu-
late 5/4, screened pool/spa on the 14th
fairway. Upgraded kitchen, butlers station,
wood floors, bonus, 3 car garage. $760K.
Reduced in Ponte Vedra- Custom con-
crete block, lakefront 4/3 on culdesac,
2824sf, chef's kitchen, built-ins, lanai,
screened porch, 2.5 car courtyard garage.
Pool Home Reduced in Ponte Vedra
Lakefront 5/5 on culdesac, screened
pool/spa, lanai, bonus room, in-law suite,
wood, tile floors, 3 car garage. $639K.
Below Builder Cost in Queens Harbour
New 3/2.5 end unit luxury townhome, tile
floors, courtyard, chef's kitchen, balcony,
views, 3 car garage. $625K.
Must Sell in Jax Beach- 4/2.5 w/loft in
Ocean Cay. New carpet, paint, tile floors,
screened lanai, lots of storage, comm.
pool, walk to ocean!. $485K.
Make Offer in Pablo Bay- Brick, lakefront
4/2, covered lanai, tile floors, 42 inch cabi-
nets, open kitchen with island, corian
counters, pool/tennis. $449K.
Cool Pool- Hot Price- Lakefront 4/2 with
screened pool, upgraded tile floors, cov-
ered lanai, open kitchen, fireplace, breath-
taking water views. $339K.
Reduced in Ponte Vedra- Nearly new
lakefront 3/2.5, loft, open patio, spacious
kitchen, formal LR/DR on culdesac lot.
Over $40k in upgrades! $289,900.
Exceptional in Egrets Glade- Brickfrorit
3/2 on culdesac, open great room, fire-
place, tile and wood floors, new carpet,
fenced yard, covered patio, shed. $229K.
Adorable and Affordable- 3/2 on private,
partially fenced, treed, creek front lot.
Pergo and tile floors, sprinkler, security,
new AC in 06, fireplace. $199K.
Seller Pays HOA Dues- Updated 2/2
lakefront condo in Ponte Vedra Beach is
perfect for an easy and fun lifestyle! Enjoy
walks to shops, TPC and beach! $185K
Phyllis Staines, Realtor
RE/MAX Coastal Real Estate

PV = Perfect
Come live the Ponte Vedra lifestyle, Grt
invstmnt, perfect for quiet days & walks to
theocean. $218,900 MLS347783

Cypress Cove
Great 3BR/2BA w/huge Fl rm, cozy frplc,
super kit w/granite brkfst bar, yard overlook,
* nice pond.
$199,900 MLS 370645

Lakefront Condo
Great views from bedroom & screened patio
The Belleza's amenities offer you about all
you need + comm.
$158,900 MLS 359925

Orchid Sreet Homes
New const in Atl. Bch. Home sites from
$150's. New homes from $300's
$158,355 MLS 370685

Great Value in PV
Town home, great investment opportunity.
One of the lowest priced units that is over
1100 sq. ft.
$145,000 MLS 336009

COVE LANDING- Immaculate 3/2 w/ ga-
rage. $199,000.
DEERFIELD LAKES- 2/1.5 condo,
PONTE VEDRA- 1/1 condos, gated
comm. Agent owned, call for details.
GROGAN'S BLUFF- Cute & clean 3/2,
lots of tile, Ig deck & lot. $199,900.
ASHLEY WOODS- Lg 4/2, better than
new! Many upgrades. $270,000.Owner
flexible on closing costs.
HARBOR WINDS- Approx. 1600sf, 3/2,
like new. $219,900.
SANDALWOOD- Well maintained 3/1.5,
1500sf, sturdy brick home in well estab-
lished area. Detached shed w/ electric, Ig
stone frplc. & much more! $179,900.
SUTTON LAKES- 4/2, eat in kit., separate
dining, great room, Ig master w/ Ig master
bath. $239,900.
HARBOUR SPRINGS- Lg 3/2 w/ scr. pa-
tio on pond. Investors'only- currently rent-
ed for one year. $220,000.
HARBOR WINDS- 3/2, hardwood floors,
new tile in kit. & bath, freshly painted in &
out. Covered patio, top quality Ig above-
round pool. Tons of upgrades!
RIVER POINTE- Lg 3/2, new carpet &
paint, nice deck, $212,000.
221-1711 OR 241-5501

VALENCIA, JAX Beach, 2/2, 1357sf., full
amenities, new appliances. Easy access
JTB. $400K. (904)241-4544. No Realtors.
starting at $499K. Eastwinds, Costa Vera-
no, Acquilus, Surfside & more. Contact
Renee L. Baron, Inc. for details at
PRICE REDUCED 100K MiraVista in-
vestor liquidation, 2674sf. w/garage on
marina. Value $799K. Sell $699K. 40' slip
additional $159K. (904)463-2845. Only
Buyers/ Investors. No Brokers please.
Equity trade considered.. y
PONTE VEDRA, walk to beach, 1/1, water
to golf view, pool, tennis, fitness.
$169,900. (904)608-0962, (928)634-7402.
ON WATERWAY at Beach Blvd. Step on
your boat & go! Slip included. 2BR/2BA,
ground unit. $390,000, 504-2218.
2BR/2BA w/bonus room, new carpet,
CH&A, fenced yard, Near ocean and Han-
na Park. 1158 Songbird Lane. $117,900.
280-2728 Iv. msg.
OCEAN LINKS- ground floor, 2/2, FSBO,
Bruce 669-3059.
PV, 2/2, fireplace, screened patio over-
looking lake. $207,900. Consider lease
option. Vanguard Realty (904)463-7343.
One block to ocean. 2/2 new condo in
Oceans Edge. Stainless/ granite. Open
floor plan, spacious, bright, pool, club-
house, fitness, W/D. Many upgrades. Buy-
er incentives. Will co-op. $419,000.
WOLF CREEK, 2BR/2BA, ground level,
s/s appliances, W/D $164,500, Grace El-
lis, All Pro Realty Specialists Inc.
1/1 CONDO WITH vaulted ceilings jin gat-
ed community of Belleza. Great vacation
condo or investment. 3rd floor on lake
w/garage. All amenities. Asking $179,900.
Call 850-933-7200.
FSBO, 2BR/2BA; upper flat with great
view overlooking Crane's Lake. Conven-
ient to JTB, shopping, and beach. New
fridge & W/D, 631-7582.
NICE 2/2 condo, CH/A, newly renov., new
appl. Incl frig, hvy dty w/d combo, range,
dw. Drapes, pvt. fed. courtyard, Indry, rm,
office, stor. shed. Atl. Bch. New'ac & car-
pets. Near pool & clubhouse. $260 Mthly
assoc. fees include all ext r 8 m & bldg
Insur $129 900 hirm 270-.276
'PVB GIAPrD'C.ay'VIlfa' 1 1 d Tn" 9e .
.r,'J illoor,' Aoods' vet' Ip, WD,'gaed.
ameninlies, $184,000. 2802879.
MAYPORT LANDING, 2/2, 1100sf, end
unit w/ fenced backyard, WDHU. FSBO
$119,800. Call 962-6295.
2BR/2BA condo in Jacksonville Beach, no
one above or below; $238k, $15k down,
$1250/mo. (760)685-1997.

Free 2nd opinions! Call Steve McGuire

OATS ATLANTIC Beach, single, 1300sf,
3BR/2BA (garden tub), new floors, new
patio, all appliances, builtin microwave,
$320/mo. lot rent, $40,000, 372-0825,
RENT TO OWN, nice 3/2 singlewide, quiet
beaches park, landscaped corner lot. Less
than $20,000 for a home at the beaches.
:$1070 down, $500/mo. for 60 mo. You
own it. Lot fee separate. 247-1135 or

OCEAN VIEW townhouse, unfurnished,
2BR/1.5BA, 1 year lease. Available June
15,'$1500/mo. references, security depos-
it, first & last month's rent. (802)989-3097,
2/1 townhouse, W/D included, CH&A, ce-
ramic tile, approx. 900sf.1320 4th St. S.,
Jax Bch. No pets. $850/mo, $850/sec.
dep. (904)343-9908.
2BR/1.5BA, 1400sf., eat-in kitchen,
WDHU, clean, bright, spacious. N/P.
$950/mo. 422-7676.
NEW COZY 1BR, deck w/ocean view,
CH&A. Water, sewer, garbage included.
Credit check. No pets. $700/mo. 514-8530
JAX BCH near ocean 1BR unfurnished
apt., lease, references, $750/mo, 222 4th
Ave. So., 221-4134, 703-5518.
JAX BEACH- 1 block to the Beach, ocean
views, close to downtown. Two 1/1's,
$900/mo. & $825/mo.. One studio
$625/mo.. 904-233-8077. No Pets. App
NEPTUNE BEACH, large 2BR, block from
ocean, hardwood floors, fireplace, WDHU,
CH&A, 1 car garage. No pets. 1yr. lease.
$995/mo. 223-0709.
w/club pool, 1 block to beach $1200/mo.
All South Realty, 241-4141..

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1-1/2 BLOCKS to Ocean, 1st Ave.
South, 1 & 2BR/1BA. $800/mo. (904)891-
CH&A, f/p, WDHU, dishwasher, $800/mo.,
3BR/ 2BA renovated townhome, Mayport
Landing, $900/mo. Rear pond/ marsh.
NEPTUNE BEACH, one bedroom apt.
CH&A, tile floors, WDHU, carport. 1 1/2
blocks to ocean. $850. 246-3739.
PONTE VEDRA, 2BR/.2.5BA condo,
w/club pool, tennis & more! $975/mo. All
South Realty, 241-4141.
LARGE 1 bedroom. Excellent location. 2
blocks to ocean. Very clean. No Pets.
$675/mo. 642-1214 and 241-1219.
GREAT SPECIALS!! Soleil at Ponte Ve-
dra Beach, offering 1 and 2 bedroom
apartment homes! Call Now!
house in Summer Sands, 2 car garage,
fireplace, completely renovated. Large
community pool/ RV storage area. Avail.
immed. $1050/mo. Please call 246-4975
after 5pm or weekends.
1.5 BLOCKS to ocean, 1st Ave. S. 1BR,
CH&A, no pets, $695/mo. 891-0606.
JAX BEACH, 2 BR cottage, near ocean,
CH&A, WDHU, no pets, $945/mo with
$500 deposit 246-3130.
2/1 townhouse, W/D included, CH&A, ce-
ramic tile, approx. 900sf.404 13th Ave. S.,
Unit A, Jax Bch. No pets. $875/mo,
$850/sec. dep. (904)343-9908.
MOBILE HOMES. $525 to $575, on pri-
vate lots. Near Mayport Naval Station, no
dogs, 333-5579.
JAX BEACH 1/1 Efficiency, 1 block to
ocean. $750/mo. 315-6558.
N. JAX BEACH 310 #8 N. 4th Ave. Nice
2BR/1BA, great location, tile & carpet
throughout, laundry & storage available,
water included. Avail July 1. $925/mo,
NEPTUNE BCH, near ocean. Nice mod-
ern well taken care of 2BR Apt. All amen-
ites, $980/mo. Also 1 BR Apt $775/mo.
OCEANFRONT, 3BR/2BA condo w/ga-
rage! S. Jax Bch! $1700/mo. All South Re-
alty, 241-4141.
CH/A, WDHU. East of 1st St. $795-
$895/mo. 241-RENT, 733-3730.

One Bedrooms
Starting at $620
Two Bedrooms
Starting at $755

Senior Discount
Pets are welcome
Washer/Dryer Connections
Water & Pest Control
2130 Mayport Road, Atlantic Beach

stairs apartment, east of AIA. New p
new carpet, 24' deck, dish TV, wireless
temet, laundry facility, quiet and
NS/NP. Must qualify. $1200




u- PVB. 2BR/2BA, fireplace, on golf course WALK TO beach, 208-214 10th Ave. No.,
paint, June only 1/2 off rent. $1150/mo., efficiency, $550/mo; 2BR, $850/mo; laun-
ss in e 864-2440. dry room in building. Credit check. No
s in- 4-4pets. 514-8530.


THREE 2/1 APTS., remodeled, clean
$850-$900/mo. +dep.. One tiled, one
brand new wood floors, brand new kitch-
en/ bathroom cabinets w/ corian counter
tops. Unbelievably beautiful place, must
see to appreciate. 810 2nd Ave. N., JB.
No pets. Credit check. 246-3690, 333-
Efficiency Apt, $650/mo., $650/ sec. dep.
9th Ave & 2nd St. N. 294-7163.


JAX BEACH, 1/1. Light & bright. Must see!
WDHU, walking closet, carpet, ceramic tile.
No pets/ smoking. Private parking, steps
to ocean. 1820 No. 1st St. $700/mo. Pen-
ny@ Accent Properties, 891-5843, 721-
NEPTUNE BCH, 1 block to ocean
1BR/1.5BA, $725/mo. 247-8083.
ATLANTIC BEACH- efficiency apt. w/kit,
just 2 blks to ocean! Laundry on property.
$550/mo. All South Realty, 241-4141.
unit, walk to ocean, large deck, CH&A,
WDHU. No pets. No smoking. Discount
rent $1400/mo. 307-2841, 223-5211.

.5 b s to o stuio, 1 t NORTH JAX Beach. efficiency $515/mo.,
1.5 blocks to ocean, studio, 1 & 2BR apts. 1BR $615/mo. 1 block to Ocean. Pool. No
Pool laundry room, $590/mo. & up. pets. (904)249-5368.
241-2781 or 237-0552. (904)249-5368.

NEPTUNE BCH- 3 blocks to ocean,
2BR/1.5BA, garage, WDHU, CH&A,
$1025/mo 247-8083
South Jax Beach. Bike to ocean from 1.5
bath, 2 bedroom townhome with wood
burning fireplace. Kitchen has dishwasher
and refrigerator with ice maker, fully car-
peted throughout. Enclosed patio area.
W/D hookups. $975/mo one year lease -
deposit and strong references required.
Call cell 403-9297 or evenings 285-8325.
1 BR, gated community, pool, weight
room, no smoking,.no pets, new carpet
tile, new cabinetry, $950/mo. Contact
Mandy, 246-4555 or 708-6273.
OCEANVIEW, NEW luxury 3BR/2BA con-
do at Pier Point! Amenities incl. pool,
granite countertops & more! $1750/mo..
All South Realty,241-4141.
LARGE EFFICIENCY Apartment, excel-
lent location, 2 blocks to Ocean, very
clean. No pets. $575/mo. 642-1214 or
706 CAVALLA Rd., 2BR/ 1.5BA town-
house. Scr. porch, WDHU, $775/mo.,
$775/dep. 514-8761.

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+ 2BR/2BA, Mayport Landing, $700/mo.
Move-in Special- $200 off 1st
months rent
+ 2BR/1BA, H, 250 Jasmine St., big
lot, new carpet, W/D. $950/mo.
Neptune Beach
+ 2/1.5 Apt w/office, wood/carpet
floors. Across from ocean. Cute unit
$1300/mo includes water
+ 1/1 Apt. 1 block to beach. $800/mo
Jax Bch
+ 2/1 Apt. ground floor, walk to
beach, patio in back- $825/mo
Call us for
Professional Property Management
Call 249-2322


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Fenced yard, CH/A. 1188 Songbird Ln.
$790/mo. $700/dep. 280-2728 Iv msg.
4 BLOCKS to Beach. 2BR/1BA, clean,
CH&A, no pets. $800/mo.+ deposit.
316-2211 or 333-6245.
carpet, hardwood floors, very quiet and
private location. All utilities included, No
pets $1000/mo, 246-0850.
Large 2BR/2BA; fenced, 500sf, patio, in-
door storage room, WDHU, DW, ceramic
tile floors, very private, many windows.
$1250/mo. 993-2555

PLAYERS CLUB Sawgrass, very nice
brick home, 4BR/2BA, 2car garage.
$1795/mo. Call (904)631-8963.
sunroom, 2.5 blocks to beach, 6 blocks to
town center. (904)241-0493.
ATLANTIC BEACH Townhouse: 645
Aquatic Dr. 3BR/2BA, $1100/mo. plus de-
posit. 962-7412.
ATLANTIC BCH Oak Harbor, 3/2. Availa-
ble July 1, $1500/mo. 434-7488.
3BR/2BA TOWNHOME. 8-A Ponte Vedra
Court. $995/mo. 249-9387.
SAWGRASS, 3/2 updated, 2 car yard
near golf course, pool, park, $1850/mo.,
SOUTH JAX Beach, 3/2, fireplace, W/D, 1
car garage, new carpet and paint. Pets
negotiable. Available July. $1300/mo.
614-5096 after 6pm.
LOVELY 1 BR house on intracoastal
$600/mo + deposit 285-3452.
N. JAX Beach- 3BR/1BA, just 5 blocks to
ocean! Equipped kit & more! $1150/mo.
All South Realty, 241-4141.
JAX BEACH, 3BR/1.5BA, Penman Rd.
1500sf. $1300/mo. (904)246-7120.
house; fresh paint, new carpet, off street
parking; 5 blocks to ocean; 1 year lease,
$995/mo +deposit, 125 Magnolia St.,
246-8294, 571-1769.
SOLANO CAY, PVB, 3BR/2.5BA, tile
floors, new paint & carpet, available 7/1.
$1400/mo. 392-8350.
NEPTUNE BCH 116 Lora St., large
3BR/2BA, 1/2 block to ocean. Deck, no
dogs $2500/mo. 463-0222 or 465-2653.
rage off San Pablo! Convenient to
schools, shopping & beach $1200/mo. All
South Realty, 241-4141.

We're almost full...Come See Why!
*1, 2 & 3 Bedroom
starting at $685
SWalk to the Ocean,
Schools, & Shopping
SClubhouse, 3 Pools, Balconies

"Ask about our specials!"

(Corner of Penman & Seagate)


3BR/2.5BA, 1/2 blk to beach access, s/s
refrigerator and DW, W/D, microwave,
fireplace, CH&A, 3 car parking, decks on
all stories, $1800/mo. 673-7863.
JAX BCH, 1BR/1BA House, CH&A,
WDHU, 5 blocks to ocean. Pets ok.
$750/mo. Avail. 7/1. (904)612-5704.
PV BEACH- 4BR/3BA, Sandy Oaks,
2000sf. Beautiful, Clean, Ready. Great
vaule at $1595/mo. 477-0148.
PONTE VEDRA, 757 Sandy Oaks Dr.,
3/2, 2 car garage, new carpet, eat-in kitch-
en, split bedroom plan. Available 6/1.
$1500/mo., Harrigan Properties, 333-
JAX BEACH 1218 7th Ave. N.'3BR/1.5BA
new AC, wood floors, close to beach, nice
neighborhood $1300/mo: 626-4863.
COMM. POOL home, 3/2, fenced yard,
JAX BEACH, 1316 Pinewood, 3BR/1.5BA,
wood floors, WDHU, fenced yard.
S$1200/mo. +deposit. (904)655-5227.
PONTE VEDRA- 3BR/2BA home w/large
backyard! Near recreation area!
$1050/mo. All South Realty, 241-4141.
garage, ground floor, fireplace, 1200sf,
washer/ dryer included, $1100/mo., realtor
owned, First Trust Realty Call June
JAX BEACH 3BR/2BA, 1car garage, W/D,
fence, 4blks to bch, lyr lease $1200/mo.
+dep. (c) 699-5272 (h) 223-1166.
Grand feal, 3BR/2.5BA 2700sf, fireplace,
1535 Selva Marina Dr. 3 blks to ocean,
across from Selva Marina Country Club.
Pets ok, $1975/mo. 838-6333. Avail 7/1.
1 block from beach, 3BR/2.5BA, 3 story,
hardwood floors, stainless steel applian-
ces. $2400/mo. (904)874-7823.
MAYPORT, 4BR/2BA, 2 car garage, cul-
de-sac. $1275/mo. +sec. dep. 655-1533.
4BR/3BA, PVB, 1.75ac. on Guana Marsh,
lease/ option to purchase. $2500/mo.
SAN PABLO Rd. North, 3BR/2BA, totally
refurbished, CH&A, alarm system, irriga-
tion system, well. Lawn service and pest'
control included. Absolutely no pets, no
smoking. Credit check, good references
required. $1450/mo. +dep. 247-5393.
ATLANTIC BEACH, townhouse,
2BR/1.5BA, 1400sf, fireplace, screened
porches, all appliances, utility room. No
smokers. $1050/mo., (865)789-9967.
ICW, WINDSOR Park, 4BR/2BA, 2228sf.,
hardwood floors, split fireplace, fenced
backyard, 2 car garage, quiet cul-de-sac.
$1750/mo. 223-5720, 703-2054.
JAX BEACH, nice 3/2, large private
fenced yard, $1100/mo + security. No
dogs. 1341 Sunset Dr., 619-8555.
Community, 3BR/2BA, CH&A, gated
community. $1450/mo. Call John
4 BLOCKS from beach, 2BR/2BA, sun-
room, big kitchen, WDHU, W/D option,
shaded fenced yard. Excellent condition.
$1250/mo., includes big credit on utilities.
1 year preferred. No pets. Jax Beach.
S. JAX BEACH- Newly renovated
3BR/2BA home near Seabreeze Elem!
2 car garage! $1350/mo. All South Realty,
NEPTUNE BCH, 1020 Cedar Street,
4BR/2BA, living room, dining room, den,
pool, appliances, $1800/mo, (904)964-
4929 or 904-263-8712. Available July.
new kitchen, inground pool, garage, large
fenced-in yard. No pets. $1350/mo.
home, 1272sf., 3BR/2BA, 1183 Violet St.
$1200/mo. (904)616-9503.
NEPTUNE BEACH, 3/2, WDHU, fenced
yard, A/C, new carpet, weekly yard care.
No smoking, small pet possible.
$1500/mo. +dep. lyr. lease. 241-2552.
PVB SOLANO Cay, 3/2, tile throughout, 2
ty pool, lawn service, $1350/mo.
1 BLOCK west of 3rd, 3/1.5, 1550sf, open,
tiled, many extras. Lg fenced yard on cul-
de-sac w/ duck pond across the street and
Panera's around the comer. $1375/mo.
1/1 apt., 550sf, $800/mo. Pets ok. Call
NEPTUNE BCH, Summer Sands, 2BR
2BA townhome. $1175/mo., avail.
July 1st. 655-5990.
ICW KERNAN 3/2, 2 car garage in River
Point. New carpet, tile, paint. Overlooks
nature preserve. Rent is under market
$1100/mo. 1571 Panther Ridge,
1741 Seminole Rd. 3BR/2.5BA Town-
house $1350/mo.
37 Sandra Drive. 3BR/1.5BA home, 1 car
garage, fenced, $1195/mo.
125 Bluefish Ave. 3/2 home, garage,
fenced, $1200/mo. All properties include
lawn service, security deposit equal 1/2
month. Broker/ Owner, 249-8766
ATLANTIC BCH Oak Harbor- 3/2 home,
W/D included, carport w/deck, $1150/mo.
San Marco Properties 396-1324.
$1900/mo. Located in a quiet, kid friendly
neighborhood. AVail Aug 1st. Updated
kitchen, WD/ OS shed, LR/ DR/ Den/ Li-
brary. Large yard, 8 blocks from beach!
PONTE VEDRA, 3/2/2, fenced yard,com-
pletely remodeled, 1600sqft, $1600/mo.

S Unfurnished Homes Selva Linkside AB 3BR/2BA, home has golf Palms atMarsh Landing-JB Screened porch,
S Costa Verano JB 3BR/2.5BA, brand new course views, screened porch, open floor plan, tile floors, amenities. 2BR/2BA. 2nd floor, top/
Luxury townhouse, attached 2 car garage, garage. $1500/mo. end unit, vaulted ceilings. $1050/mo.
Amenities. $3000/mo. 2033 Sandpiper Pt.- NB 3BR/2BA, home has 3BR/2BA, 2nd floor, top/end unit. $1300/mo.
Azalea Point-PV 5BR/3BA, two story home screened lanai, deck, new carpet & paint, 2 car 3BR2BA, ground floor/end unit. $1300o.
Sw/sunroom, great water views, club pool, garage. $1495/mo. The Colony PV2BR/2BA ground floor, east 0
^ tennis. $2800/mo. Intracoastal West ofAlA, garage, tile floors, new carpet and paint. -
< Ponte Vedra By Sea PV 4BR/3BA, home Lakecrest Southside 2BR/2BA, ground The Villas at Marsh Landing JB
S has living, dining and great room, 3 car garage, floor w/attached garage, screened porch, 2BR/2BA, ground floor w/private garage,
screened porch. $2750/mo. private views. $995/mo. screened porch, wood floors, amenities.
SMarsh Landing PV 4BR/2.5BA, home Point Meadows Place Gate Pkwy $1100/mo.
. overlooks beautiful lake, screen porch, 3BR/2BA. Newer. 3rd floor condo, porch, Acquilus JB 2BR/2BA, oceanfront penthouse
Fireplace, garage. $2200/mo. elevator, preserve views, amenities, carport. condo, pristine condition, gourmet kitchen,
Summerfield PV 3BR/2BA, spacious home $1025/mo garage. $2700/mo.
in walking distance to schools & bch, patio, 2 Brightwater Gate Pkwy 3BR/2.5BA, end Furnished Condo
car garage. $2200/mo. unit townhouse, screened porch, attached The Pointe -PV 3BR/2BA, 2nd floor w/great
SSawmill Lakes PV 4BR/3BA, home has garage, club pool. $1200/mo. lagoon views, fireplace, garage. $2100/mo.
a covered lanai, lake views, private corer lot, 2 Woodland Forest Kernan 3BR/2 BA home Beach House -PV 2BR/2BA, condo w/den,
car garage. $2150/mo. w/large fenced backyard, tiled screened porch, screened porch, upgrades throughout, club pool,
38 17th Street AB 3BR/2.5BA, steps to 2 car garage. $1395/mo. bch access. $2200/mo.
ocean, newly renovated, 3 story townhouse w/ Riverbrook at Glen Kernan Hodges Ocean Grande SPV 3BR/3BA, 2nd floor
Garage, wood floors, balconies. $1850/mo. 4BR/2.5BA, spacious home w/new tile, carpet luxury condo; garage, tile floors, elevators,
S2212 S. Ocean Drive JB 3BR/3BA, 3 story and laminate, freshly painted, fenced yard. screened porch. $3200/mo.
townhouse w/garage, upgrades, two wood $1600/mo.
balconies w/great ocean views. $1695/mo. Unfurnished Condos REIMAX Coastal Real Estate
Sandy Oaks PV 3BR/2BA, home Summer House PV t" Property Mangement
w/wood deck, hardwood floors, 2 car garage, Recently renovated, fireplace, amenities. (800)299-5616 (904)285-5640 S
Cathedral ceilings. $1600/mo. 1BR/1BA, two story end unit. $875/mo.

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ATLANTIC BEACH, 3BR/1BA, blocks to
beach, town center, & school. Renovated,
new tile throughout. $1195/mo.
3BR/2BA, HARDWOOD floors, with pool,
$1300/mo. 1104 2nd Ave. N. Jax Bch.
SPACIOUS 4BR/2BA brick home on Jax
Beach golf course, pool/ hot tub, tiled/ en-
closed patio, back yard fence, 2 car ga-
rage, washer/ dryer, approved pets wel-
come, $2200/mo, +$2200 deposit.
25 Fairway Lane. Call (904)813-0304.
3BR/2BA, 1300SF, fenced yard, CH&A,
WDHU, fireplace, garage, wood floors,
new carpet, playset in backyard, pets ok
with dep. 1 year lease, avail, in July.
$1300/mo. 1045 23rd Street N. JB.

3/2 townhouse, $995/mo. avail. 6/15
2/2, 1 car ar., $1095/mo.

4/2, $1600/mo. Avail. 7/15.
3/2, 1 car gar., $1095/mo.
4/2, 2 car gar., $1495/mo.
3/2, 2 car gar., 1600sf, $1095/mo.
month lease only.
4/2.5, 2475sf, $1595/mo.
3/1, 1056sf, $1095/mo. Avail. 6/15.
3/2, $1195/mo. Avail. 7/1.
3/2, $950/mo
3/2, $995/mo.
3/2, $1000/mo.
3/2, 1643sf, $1250/mo.
4/2.5, 2 car gar., 2850sf, $1795/mo.
4/3.5, 2 car gar., 2600sf, $1750/mo.
3/2, 2000sf, $1275/mo.
241-5501 OR 221-1711.

VILLA'S AT ML, 3/2, garage, water/ marsh
views all rooms, screened lanai, peaceful
and' private. $1250/mo. 534-5875,
642-5480, 359-3102.
do. 1BR/1BA, extremely clean unit. 3rd
floor, very private w/large lana. Fully fur-
nished (new interiors as of 2006). Washer
& dryer/ Appliances included. Vaulted ceil-
ings. Storage closet. Access to all club-
house amenities. $1000/mo. For more in-
formation, please contact David at
PVB, WALK or bike to the beach!
3BR/2.5BA end unit townhouse. East of
A1A, great location, spacious 1800sf w/
enclosed porch w/ tile floor. W/D included.
No pets. $1175/mo., (904)273-2703.
2/2 CONDO, Ponte Vedra Beach. Gated
w/ammenities. Call David 294-6940.

OCEANVIEW, 1BR/ 1.5BA w/ pool.
$950/mo. plus $475/dep., lyr lease.
247-8916 after 6pm.
2BR townhome w/ scr. lanai overlooking
courtyard. Community pool, tennis courts
& clubhouse. Comes with storage unit. lyr
lease, $995/mo. Accent Properties, Penny
Numey, 891-5843.
PONTE VEDRA, 2BR/2.5BA condo, FP,
new carpet, W/D, pool, etc. 1092 Sea-
hawk Dr. N. $900/mo. incl. water & sewer,
lyr lease. No pets, 221-6037.
1BR/1BA, Palms at Marsh Landing. Gat-
ed, 2nd Fl, W/D, all amenities, plenty of
storage. Close to beaches. Non-smoker
only. Unfurnished/ Furnished $900/
$1100/mo., 12 mo. lease. 904-386-8898.
PALMS AT Marsh Landing- 2BR/2BA,
garage, lake view, $1050/mo.

NEPTUNE BEACH 2BR/2.5BA, washer/
dryer included. Parking for 3. New carpet.
Pet deposit. 2 blocks to ocean. $950/mo.
home in Summer Sands $1250/mo.
+deposit. 607-6143, 327-7449.
JAX BCH, 2/2, appl., W/D, fresh paint-
new beach colors, hardwoods. 83 Jardin
De Mer, first floor, 1 car gar. $1100/mo.
plus dep. 655-8502 or 710-3524.

1/1 CONDO IN gated community of Belle-
za (all amenities). Very clean, 3rd floor on
lake. Nonsmoker and no pets preferred.
Available 8/1, $935/mo. Call 850-933-
JARDIN DE MER Condo, Jax Bch,
New 3/2, 1500sf. Ground floor, blinds &
fans thru-out, frplc., garage. Non-sinoker.
$1175/mo. Call Barbara (818)523-2526.
months +. 463-7343.
Brand New Condos East of A1A
1/1 from $ 2/2 from $1400/mo.
3/2 from $1600/mo. All w/great amenities.
Call Gean at (904)241-7074.
SEE THE OCEAN from this 2BR/2BA;
newly remodeled, Jax Bch condo. W/D,
FP. $1150/mo. 710-8878.
2/1 PVB CONDO w/garage. Upgrades,
balcony, pool, hot tub,, walk to TPC
course, restaurants, stores; $1185/mo.

2BR/2BA, OCEAN LINKS, ground floor
unit, across from clubhouse. $1000/mo.
Bruce Maguire (904)669-3059.
3BR/2BA PV Condo, Ocean Links.
$1350/mo. W/D, screened balcony
w/view, pool, tennis. (904)955-0979.
PVB, Ocean Grove, 2/2, gated, lake view,
resort amenities. (904)273-5195.
Beautiful. New tile. New carpet. New
paint. No dogs. $1100/mo. 874-5283.
1.5BA, 2-story, freshly painted, new tile,
fireplace, fenced backyard, W/D.
$925/mo. (904)806-2516.
3/2, PALMS AT Marsh Landing, 2nd floor
end unit, quiet cul-de-sac, hardwood floors
fireplace, vaulted ceilings, kitchen up-
grades, screened lanai, W/D included,
gated, 2 pools, tennis. Walk to dining,
shopping, bike to beach, much more.
$1350/mo +deposit. Available 6/1. Call
Clay, 759-3140.

PVB, GRAND Cay Villas, 1/1 den; 935sf, JAX BCH, 2/2 newly remodeled condo,
2nd floor, woods view, fp, W/D, small pet LR, Florida room, 1 -block to ocean,
OK. $995/mo. 280-2879, 742-8487. $1250/mo. 247-0953 or 993-6004.

Ln. Carpet, dishwasher, W/D, appl., com-
munity pool, $850/mo. 463-2399.

GRAND RESERVE area .of Windsor
Park. 2/2, w/1 car, oversized garage.
Avail. July 1, hardwood floors, granite
countertops, dual master suites, communi-
ty pool, gym, hot tub, many sport-fields,
.1050r m., No peli and no'flbking.
CONDO VILLAS Marsh Landing, 3/2, pri-
vate tree top lanai, garage, $1200/mo.

PV 2/2, ground floor, fireplace, screen pa-
tio, on lake, consider lease option,
$1050/mo. 463-7343.
PALMS @ Marsh Landing, 1BR/1BA, gat-
ed community, all amenities, $850/mo.
880-4881, 607-4476.
Beautiful, 2BR/2BA condo in Jacksonville
Beach, no one above or below, $1250/mo.

3/2 w/garage, 1600sf, ground floor, end
unit, all amenities, one mile to beach,
$1350/mo. 273-8923.
REDUCED! PONTE Vedra/ Ocean Grove
2/2 $895; garage unit $100. Jax Beach/
Northshore 3/2, 7th floor condo, ocean
viepi, $2800. Realty Executives, Ponte Ve-
dr904)249-7676 press:2.. rrrIq

SSUNNY,' 2/2,' ehd unit w/firiplace and
deck overlooking golf course in Summer-
house, PVB. Tennis, fitness, beach, etc.
$1200/mo. Pets welcome. 571-5517,
ATLANTIC BEACH Sevilla, 1/1, remod-
eled, gated community. Porch, pool, ten-
nis, club house, hot tub sauna, covered
parking, $935/mo. rent, $168,500 buy..
HODGES BLVD. Gorgeous condo for rent
in a preserved area; 1BR/1BA +loft,
1100sf, W/D, fireplace, five star com-
munity, $950/mo. Move in special.
PONTE VEDRA, Belleza, 2BR/2BA, W/D;
ground floor, lakeview, enclosed patio,
gated community. $1150/mo. OBO

PVB, 2BR/2BA, walk to beach, french
doors in every room open to outside, new
wood floors, vaulted ceilings, fireplace,
W/D, garage. $1050/mo. 233-1346.

MAYPORT, off Assisi, furnished, $120/wk,
deposit, references. 270-8945..

A ROOM FOR rent Atlantic Bch, $150/wk.
JAX BCH 2BR/ 2BA, frplc., W/D, 3 blocks utilities included, (904)334-7676.
to beach, $1075/mo. Call (904)742-6423.
1BR/A PVB rental, sites to beach, fullATLANTIC BEACH, off Mayport Rd.,
1BR/1BA PVB rental, steps to beach, full $120/wk utilities included, 372-4936 or
kitchen, 2-story residence. $850/mo., 738-9536.

OCEAN LINKS- Beautiful 3/2 w/garage.
1400sf. Ceramic tile in living areas. All ap-
pliances in kitchen. WDHU. Ocean Breeze
Mgt. 904-270-8805.
oceanfront condo. Living room and Master
Bedroom overlooking ocean w/balcony.
Front balcony overlooks Jacksonville sky-
line. Fully furnished, great amenities in-
cluding covered parking, pool, hot tub,
tennis and sandy beach. For more details
call 398-9080 x211.
2BR/2BA, GROUND floor. New floors,
counter-tops, washer & dryer. $1100/mo.
includes water, sewer, and all resort
amenities. Gated community, JTB/Hodg-
es. Security deposit and references re-
quired. (904)249-4324.

ATL BCH, 2BR 1BA, off Assisi Ln.
$750/mo. no pets, no smoking. 803-9086.

BEACHES MOBILE home, 3/2, all appli-
ances, $800/mo., Oaks of Atlantic,
ATLANTIC BEACH, 3/2 singlewide, quiet
beaches park, $475 mo. plus $270 lot fee.
A very nice home! 247-1135 or 483-1725.

nished homes & condos! Fr6m $700 per
week! All South Realty, 241-4141.
4BR/4BA, weekly, monthly, yearly. Call
S. JAX Bch. 2BR, fully furnished, ocean-
front condo. Monthly/ Weekly. 241-0267.

N. ATLANTIC Beach/ Spectacular Ocean-
front, THE BLUFFS. SHARE huge 2500sf
luxurious tri-level home.' Furnished,
3decks, private garden & entries, private
prkg. Huge pool, wooded & secluded .
$850/mo incl. private Id. tel., util., platinum
cable, wireless HS networking. 12 mos
lease. Will consider short term @incr. rent.
Avail. now, 716-4232.
JAX BEACH. Teriffic 3BR/2BA spacious
home. Near Ocean. $500/mo. or $550/mo
ROOMMATE FOR 3BR 2BA rouse 6ir
Ave., Jax Beacn, WD. i650 r..,. ricluaes'
utilities-& cable, 891-8277
ROOMMATE. BEACH Blvd across from
FCCJ. W/D included. $450/mo. 568-2157.
PRIVATE ROOM & Bath, 1 block to
Ocean. $550/mo. +1/2 utilities. $550/de-
posit. Call (904)860-9240.

SROOM TO rent $525/mo plus dep. Utilities
included. 2 blocks to ocean, 521-8473.
JAX BEACH, walk to beach,, top floor
bedroom, private bath, $550/mo.

RETIRED FEMALE looking for room mate,
$110/wk, 725-3343 ext. 263.

TWO LARGE Offices: 9ft.x15ft. w/storage
space and 12ft.x24ft. $400/mo. each. Sep-
arate backdoor entrance, utilities included.
Located on 3rd St. (904)249-3863.
OFFICE SUITE w/2 offices, 500sf, kitch-
enette, bathroom. Atlantic Beach, 3 Blocks
to Ocean. $750/mo.+ utilities. 246-5708.

RETAIL STORE front and restaurant for
lease, Atlantic Beach, 514-1090.
OFFICE, WAREHOUSE, shop space for
lease, free rent, 514-1090.

FREE CATS, 3 females, spayed, de-
clawed, well cared for, 327-1768.
home. Thor is an 80 Ib. male neutered
7 year old spoiled baby. His human mom
died. He is healthy and very sweet. He
loves other dogs. He is crate-trained,quiet,
and clean. $50 adoption fee. 241-5740 for
more info.
PET SITTING, in your home. Dog walking.
Responsible, mature. Call Kitty, 874-6062.
FREE: BROWN LAB and Black Lab, ap-
prox. 3yrs. old. Need home quickly.
Please call Nicky 838-8574.
FREE KITTENS to good homes.
3 females, 4 males, 9 weeks. 241-4344.
FREE CATS and Kittens to approved
homes. Call 242-0224.

POMERANIAN PUP, female, orange,
CKC, POP, shots and health certificate,
$500 (904)859-4310.
CKC CHIHUAHUAS- 3 males, available
6/5. Call 241-2132.
CHIHUAHUA/ TERRIER pups, small, vet
checked, very nice. $125. 241-2313.

NKC AMERICAN Bulldog, 6 mo old fe-
male, fawn with white head and white
socks, 472-5590.
YELLOW LABS, 2 AKC males, 8 weeks.
$350 each.a82a-1459,, ., -

FOUND SHIN TZU mix at the beach.
8 month old named CoCo. Goes to Ban-
field. Has mainly grey, black & brown with
white goatee, female, micrbchipped.
LOST KITTY, missing from Ahern St. At-
lantic Beach. 16 yrs old, white w/ dark
gray patches, female, very sweet, very
loved, 241-4201.
HOMELESS.PETS for adoption- Cats &
dogs. 246-3600.

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NICE TOWNHOME,. close to beach.
$150/wk. +deposits and ref's. No smok- IF YOU are interested in advertising under
ing. Avail. 7/1. 994-1761. this category please call 904-249-9033 or
email: classified@beachesleader.cnm

CASE NO: 07-DR-07

required to answer the Complaint in this
action, a copy of which is herewith served
upon you, and to serve a copy of your an-
swer to this complaint upon the under-
signed at his office, Weidner & Wegmann,
LLC, 6 Professional village Circle, Beau-
fort, South Carolina 29907, within (30)
days from the date of service hereof, ex-
clusive of the day of such service, and if
you fail to answer the Complaint within the
time aforesaid, the Plaintiff in this action
will apply to the Court for an Order grant-
ing the relief demanded in the attached
Weidner & Wegmann, LLC
/s/Larry W. Weidner II, Esquire
6 Professional Village Circle
Beaufort, South Carolina 29907
(843)521-0004 (phone)
(843)521-9390 (fax)
BL 6/8, 15, 22, 29
Beach Body Towing Co., Inc. gives
Notice of Foreclosure of Lien and intent to
sell these vehicles on June 27, 2007, 9:00
am' at 922 7th Ave S., Jacksonville
Beach, FL 32250-4208, pursuant to sub-
section 713.78 of the Florida Statutes.
Beach Body Towing Co., Inc. reserves the
right to accept or reject any and/or all bids.
Cash only, day of sale. No titles, warran-
ties or guarantee of titles. "As is".
1FAFP34N75W275128 2005 FORD
1HGEJ2248PL051917 1993 HONDA
BL 6/8/07

IF YOU are interested in advertising under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or
SUMMER FRENCH tutoring all ages
Call Sylvere, 273-3725.
WORSHIP PIANO Teacher needed. in
home, three hours weekly. $50-$100 an
hour depending on experience. To teach
3 children- ages 14, 11 & 8. A Christian
home schooling family-in the beaches
area is looking for a passionate teacher of
worship music who loves children. This
position will require proficiency in both
worship and also general technique. You
must be a Non-smoker without pet aller-
gies and able to provide own transporta-
tion to and from work. E-mail your resume

All levels, styles & ages. Will come to your
home. Piano Tuning also available.
241-4954, 655-3300.
math skills. Tutor through Algebra I.
Lyn Broderick 247-8609.

Needed for Home Health and Hospice
Shifts: starting at $19/hr. Apply with North
Florida Health Services, at www.NFHSon- or call us at;(904)241-1656.

Associate Teacher for 07-08. Must be en-
,.egeiii,, posilikE. and enio, children Good
nourly a\sge AA required S-na resujme
to: or Call

WANTED P/.T Office Help, 2pm-5pm,
M-Th. $7/hr. Phones, filing, internet
research, etc. Please fax resume to:

BEACH UMC is seeking a P/T Worship
Arts Assoc. to lead it's Traditional Wor-
ship & Choir (approx. 18-20 hrs wkly).
Music degree, proven choral & church ex-
perience, & a heart for worship & people
are a must. All others need not apply.
Check job description at Send resumes to or call
249-2343 ext. 32.

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Customized long or short term plans to
meet individual needs. Please call 242-
8953 or email

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WOOD Fence Installation. 35yrs Experi-
ence. Mick Outdoor Enterprises..
241-7276, 838-9599.

FAST, AFFORDABLE interior drywall,
texture, and painting by exceptional paint-
er. Licensed and insured. Local referen-
ces. Will work evenings and weekends.

existing landscape? I have the vision!

Dependable Quality Service. Reasonable
rates. 821-0737.


A SPECIAL Touch for your home. No
crews, individual and excellent references.
Licensed. Kim 568-4191.
I DON'T cut comers, I clean them. For
reasonable fees, call Betty Lees. 238-


years experience. Quality work. Interior/
exterior. Licensed. Free estimates,

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dependable for quality repairs, service
calls, painting, improvements and miscel-
laneous jobs. DAVE. 246-6628.
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Painting, pressure washing, wood floors,
carpentry, tile work, drywall. 241-7023.

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PART-TIME Driver, weekends at our pre-
mier retirement community. Must have
ability to help set-up and/ or break-down
for special events. Must have a C CDL
Passenger Endorsement License. Come
join a great team! Excellent benefits. Ap-
plications at Fleet Landing Security Gate,
One Fleet Landing Blvd. Atlantic Beach,
FL; Fax to 904-246-9447; email to Website: EOE/ Drug Free Work-
INSIDE SALES person needed, must
have proven clerical skills and bubbly per-
sonality. (Tues/ Wed/ Thurs, 9am-6pm)
$8-$10/hr, 904-247-6683.

Staff. Responsibilities will include answer-
ing phones, scheduling appointments and
marketing. Written and verbal communica-
tion skills and computer knowledge are re-
quired. Please fax resume and references
to (904)246-3778. No phone calls please.

Part-time Ponte Vedra AR clerk position.
Must have AR experience to include col-
lections. Requires fast learner and well
organized. Email resume to: EOE.

Elderly couple looking for caregiver 6
days/wk, daily hrs 9:30-2:30 & 5:30-7:30.
Meals, light housekeeping, $10/hr. 249-
2702 or 294-1997.

Weekends, 7am to 7pm, at a Premier
Retirement Community Health Center.
Applications available at Fleet Landing
Security Gate, One Fleet Landing Blvd.,
Atlantic Beach, FL; Fax to (904)246-9447;
email to: EOE/
Drug-Free Workplace:.
HELP WANTED classifications in this
newspaper are intended to announce gen-
uine current job openings. No fees may be
charged to the prospective employee. Ads
for self-employment or business opportu-
nities appear under the Business Opportu-
nities category. Ads which may require
payment of fees for employment informa-
tion, guidance or training may appear un-
der Job Service..Should any Help Wanted
advertiser ask for a fee or if the advertiser
is offering a product or service rather than
a job opening, please notify The Beaches
Leader, 249-9033.
COOKS & SERVERS, Bonnaroo Music
Fest, 249-8269.
nings and some weekends. Opening
ASAP, busy hair salon, computer and
phone skills a must. Apply within: Dirty
Blonde Salon, 2409 S. Third St. JB.
DRIVER- ATRIA Senior Living is seeking
an experienced, self-motivated, committed
Part-time Driver for their Community Bus.
Facility located'at 14199 WM Davis Park-
way. Please apply in person.
COOKS & SERVERS, Bonnaroo Music
Fest, 249-8269.
BEACHES CHURCH seeking Nursery
help to provide care for infants to 3 year
olds on Sunday mornings 8:45am-
12:30pm. $10/hr. References, CPR, expe-
rience preferred. Apply in person at First
Christian Church, 2125 Ocean Front, NB
or call 246-2010.
One 8 hour day per wk. $6-$10/hr. de-
pending on work quality. 607-3799.

CAD TECHNICIAN position available in
commercial construction. Electrical/ me-
chanical experience preferred. Please fax
resume to (904)285-9428.
BEACHES CAR Wash- lull lime relp
needed. Wages negotaole+ lps. Benelils
Avail Apply in person, 1J01 Beach Blvd.
employs individuals in a, variety of posi-
tions. For a listing of current opportunities
please visit us in person 11 N. 3rd St.,
2nd floor, send an email to:, or visit our
Drug free work environment, EOE,-VP.

Full-Time, Monday- Friday, 8am-4:30pm
in the independent living facility of a pre-
mier retirement community. Excellent ben-
efits and working environment. Experience
preferred. Applications at Fleet Landing
Security Gate, One Fleet Landing Blvd.,
Atlantic Beach, FL 32233; Fax to 904-246-
9447; e-mail to
FOF/ Drun-free Wnrkplace





The Beaches Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader

June 8, 2007

needed for in house sales/ listings,
525-2638. Help-U-Sell Coastal Realty.
1 week's commissions: Lori M. earned
$7032, Anthony S. earned $4394. Proven
Leads, 100% Commissions. Closers
Wanted! 866-379-5045 x101.
Seeking responsible reliable individuals.
Must be bondable. Serious inquiries only.
Leave message at 716-8824.
is looking for full time Service Personnel.
Good driving record required. Excellent
pay and benefits. 246-7431.
AL'S PIZZA hiring pizza makers and
cooks for all locations. Please apply in
person. Excellent pay and benefits.

Fast growing Construction Co. having
continuous growth. Bonuses, Incentives,
Management opportunities. Must have
own transportation. Serious inquiries only.
(904)241-5177 leave message.
sistant in busy Beaches insurance office.
Looking for full time person, but the right
part time situation may also work. Qualifi-
cations: intelligent, energetic, honest, self
starter, reliable, excellent phone skills,
problem solver, computer skills including
working knowledge of Microsoft Office
programs. Send resume to Box 489, The
Beaches Leader, 1114 Beach Blvd., Jack-
sonville Beach, FL 32250.
WASTE WATER/ Lift Station Mechanics.
Statewide travel required. Health Insur-
ance. (904)249-8080, Fax (904)249-2277.
Sales People needed. Apply at Sea Shells
and Coral, 230 North Boardwalk..
beach company. Top pay/ benefits.

Needed for Home Health and Hospice
Shifts: starting at $19/hr. Apply with North
Florida Health Services, at www.NFHSon- or call us at (904)241-1656.
F.T. LAWN Maintenance position. Must be
dependable and have valid drivers li-
cense. Call 962-8721.
MEDICAL OFFICE, evening Supervisor
needed. Competitive salary and full bene-
fits. Call 642-6100 or fax resume to
HAIR SALON chair rental Jax Beach.
Adagio Massage & Salon 246-2122.
NO GAS bill for this job! Exciting cutting
edge company experiencing consistent
growth, needs a multi tasking customer
service oriented, team player to assist.the
CEO and to perform operational duties.
Basic computer skills required, knowledge
of QuickBooks a benefit. Casual and
friendly workplace at the beach. Mon. to
Fri., 8am to 5pm. Paid vacations; benefits,
and other perks. EEO. Drug testing and
background screening required. Apply on-
line at Sin-
gleSource Services- Admin Assistant.'

Current openings in our construction dept.
Must have construction experience, pool
construction experience a major plus. Full-
time work w/benefits package. Must have
good driving record. Apply at Surfside
Pools, 313 Beach Blvd.,Jax Beach
246-2666 or fax resume to: 249-8801 or
ers and Maitre d'. Apply 100 Sawgrass
Village Dr. 543-9143.
Carpenter and helpers needed. Position
available immediately. Beaches and Ponte
Vedra areas. Call Tim 509-9071.
Now hiring Sales and Referral Associates.
Customized compensation schedules,
greater flexibility and an opportunity to
keep more of your hard earned $$. Call
241-7272 for confidential appointment.
Manager trainee needed to start immedi-
ately. No experience necessary.. Neat,
with good character. Expanding manage-
ment program potential. 904-821-1351.
LIQUOR STORE Clerk, Bartender, Door
Person, Must be able to work days,
nights, weekends, and holidays. Must
pass drug test and background check.
Call Robert @ 465-0149.
F/T .ACCOUNT Executive for local com-
munity news paper, outside sales position
covering St. Johns and Duval Counties.
Strong sales skills a must, salary +bene-
fits. EOE. Email:
or fax: 904-285-7232.
TAXI DRIVERS Wanted. Clean driving re-
cord required. Call April, 246-9999.

Full time, in the medical billing office of a
premier retirement community health cen-
ter. Must have experience in an account-
ing office with strong skills in Medicare bill-
ing. This position requires A.R experience
with strong collection background and
knowledge of HPAA regulations. Microsoft
Office Suite and Excel spreadsheet skills
required. Experience with outpatient thera-
py billing a plus. Excellent benefits and
work environment. Applications at Fleet
Landing Security Gate, One Fleet Landing
Blvd., Atlantic Beach, FL 32233; Fax to
904-246-9447, EOE/ Drug-free work-
CUSTOMER SERVICE Reps needed for
Beaches office, experience required, paid
training, flexible hours, 2 shifts available
and no weekends. Earn good money in a
great atmosphere, 881-2898.
ADJUNCT NURSING Faculty for Fall '07
Jacksonville University. Responsibilities
include med. surg. nursing clinical instruct.
Min. required: MSN & eligible to practice
in FL. Nursing ed. exp & med. surg. nus-
ing preferred. Apps. accepted until posi-
tions filled. JU offers CCNE-accredited
BSN, MSN & online RN-BSN. JU supports
diversity. EOE. See JU's websites for
more information:
tion/humanResources.asp Send JU facul-
ty application, letter of interest, unofficial
transcripts, CV and three letters of recom-
mendation to: Cheryl Bergman, MSN,
ARNP School of Nursing-Jacksonville Uni-
versity 2800 University Blvd. N., Jackson-
ville FL 32211
Handle inbound & outbound shipments &
assist in preparing orders. Mon- Fri., 7:30-
4pm. Starts $10-11 per hour plus benefits.
Apply in person for immediate positions at
10302 Deerwood Park Blvd., Suite 200.
growing firm in Ponte Vedra. Seeking pro-
fessional, dependable and articulate indi-
vidual with exceptional organizational,
time management, communication and
computer skills. Please email resume to: or fax:

FULL-Time, 3pm-11pm in our Assisted
Living facility at a Premier Retirement
Community. Excellent benefit package,
competitive wages, good working environ-
ment. Applications available at Fleet Land-
ing Security Gate, One Fleet Landing
Blvd., Atlantic Beach, FL; Fax to (904)246-
9447; email to:
EOE/ Drug-Free Workplace.
BUSINESS seeking highly qualified indi-
viduals to clean an assist in running busi-
ness. Background check and references.
Sign-on bonus. 703-8238.
CLERICAL POSITION available. Typing,
dictation, A/R, Quickbooks, Excel, com-
puter skills. College degree' or teaching
background a plus. Resume to: Consolidated Utili-
tes fax (904)249-2277.

Fast growing Cleaning Co. having continu-
ous growth. Bonuses, Incentives, Man-
agement opportunities.. New home con-
struction, apt. move-out, window cleaning,
residential cleaning. Must have own trans-
portation: Serious inquiries only. (904)241-
5177 leave message.

Driver: Jacksonville Terminal


Dedicated Shorthaul
SAvg. $683 $907/week
85% preloaded/pretarped
CDL-A req'd 877-428-5627


AMERICAN HOME Companions seeks
compassionate caregivers for the elderly.
Must drive and be able to work weekends.
LEGAL SECRETARY: Ponte Vedra Beach
office seeks legal secretary for estate
planning/ corporate/ business practice.
Must be proficient in MSWord; exceptional
work environment and benefits. E-mail're-
sume to
Seeking dependable people in the beach-
es area to care for the elderly. Flexible
hours, full time, part time, weekends.
Comfort Keepers, 247-0402.
MA NEEDED for pediatric office. Spanish
speaking a plus. Call 246-9428 or fax re-
sume to: 249-7323.
DOG GROOMER, experienced, for very
busy upscale shop, beaches area.
Owned, operated by Certified Master
Groomer. Opportunity to compete and cer-
tify for right applicant. Bather also needed.
ROOFERS WANTED, good pay & bene-
fits, beaches area work, Must have DL
and good record. Company vehicle and
phone. 568-8700.
F/T RECEPTIONIST needed for high vol-
ume Vet Clinic. Previous experience in
Vet Clinic preferred. Must possess excel-
lent Customer Service skills.. Competitive
salary, excellent benefits. Fax resume to
246-3064 or call 246-2045 for more info.
Beaches Animal Clinic, 937 Beach Blvd.
Jax Beach.
eGrowth Labs, LLC, a division of MEC
Labs is looking for a qualified Business
Development Manager to develop partner-
ships for a leading online subscription site.
Candidate must have at least 3 years of
sales or business development skills.
Competitive pay. Work at the beach.
Email resume: j.hartman@
LAWN SERVICE looking for exp. help-
ers. Call 249-7883.

Taxi Drivers needed to work Beach and
Intercoastal areas, at least 23 yrs. old,
good driving record. Call 249-0360.
EXPERIENCED LINE Cook for breakfast
and lunch. Apply within @ Ellen's Kitchen
1824 South 3rd St. 246-1572.
FREE ROOM in Jax Bch in exchange for
full time caregiving experience. 610-9047.

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IF YOU are interested in advertising under SAMICK UPRIGHT piano w/ dehumidifier, HUGE SALE: 607 Americas Cup Circle,
this category please call 904-249-9033 or piano bench, music lamp included. Excel- Saturday 8am. Lots of furniture, kids toys/
email: lent condition, $895, 241-7725. clothes, sofas, TVs, All good stuff.

ADVERTISERS IN this category are not
offering jobs. They are offering job-related
services and may charge fees. Readers
are advised to exercise caution before giv-
ing credit card information over the phone
without knowing what specific product or
service they will receive.

Well established, highly profitable! Excel-
lent opportunity for any owner/ operator.
No previous experience needed. Email for more info-

WARNING: WHILE this newspaper does
not knowingly accept business opportunity
ads which require you to pay a fee to get
information or that refer you to 976-or 900-
phone numbers which will result in sub-
stantial charges to your phone bill, the
newspaper cannot guarantee the validity
of offerings in this classification. If any ad-
vertiser requires you to incur phone serv-
ice charges or pay a fee to learn the na-
ture of the opportunity, please report it to
The Beaches Leader, 249-9033.

OPENINGS FOR infants to 4 years, flexi-
ble hours ok, full or part-time, reasonable,
lots of TLC. Call 220-7493.
ACTIVE NANNY honest, dependable,
transportation & references. $10-$12/hr.,
any area. CPR & First Aid. P/T or F/T.
EXPERIENCED NANNY available for F/T,
long-term position. Please call 891-2084.
dren ages 1,2 & 3. Lots of fun-filled days
w/ activities,
ph: 246-3885, 1725 Penman Rd.,
Jax Bch, FL 32250.

Experienced, compassionate, licensed in-
sured, personal care assistant/sitter. Call

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COMPANION SITTING or child care,
housekeeping and more. PVB referen-
ces 534-3732.
STATE Certified HHA/ CNA/ Sitter will
give quality care for elderly in the privacy
of their own home. Call Veronica at 783-
6440 or (904)993-3490.
looking for F/T, long-term position with a
family. Please call 891-2084.

CORNER TV Stand w/ shelves, 2 Bassett
(cherry night stands, assorted brass and
ceramic lamps, white wicker love seat,
$5 off any purchase.
A1A Prestige Jewelry & Pawn
New location 1029 N. 3rd St. 241-5666
Across from Harry's, red building.

DEWALT 12" Planer w/stand and extra
knives $350. Call 246-0077.
AT&T PARTNER phone system: 5 phones
installed for $899. 249-8877.
GE STOVE, white, works great, $90. Call
WOOD ARMOIRE with sliding computer
t6ble," extremely"heavy, well-puilt. Joan
992-0088, 881-1843.
POOL TABLE/ Ping Pong in great shape,
5x8 slate table, $500. You move. Call
Nicky, 838-8574.
Large, lots of drawers and compartments.
$200 OBO. 223-6953.
Save on granite counter tops and vanities.
Free estimates Call Buddy 249-1860
BED- BEAUTIFUL Temp-pedic Memory
Foam mattress & boxspring, new in
plastic w/warranty. $379. Must sell.
Island style clothing and merchandise is
even more affordable now. See us at
Twisted Sisters, Wed. & Fri., June 6th,
8th, 1266 Beach Blvd. Jax Bch. 5-9pm.
ONE MAN fiberglass canoe. $150. Please
call 246-3739.

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HEART PINE, tongue & groove flooring
cut from antique Pine timbers. Installation,
stair material. FLORIDA HEARTWOOD
249-8310. Lic. ST-5903.

Johns Ave. Great Avondale Auction!! Sat-
urday- June 9th at 6pm. 1940's Pinball
Machine. Old Brunswick Phonograph.
WWII Memorabilia. Ham Radio Equip-
ment. C. Ford Riley Framed
Art. Swarovski Crystal. 1950's Sports Illus-
trated. Vintage Outdoor Motor. Old Coins.
Collection of Old Alarm Clocks. Old Floor
Lamps. Vintage Car Parts. Vintage
Male Magazines. Much more!!! AU#1487
AB#2585, 10% Buyer's Premium.
Antique collectable & modem furniture.
Auction Sat. June 9th, 6pm. To include:
glassware, pocket knives, 22 rifle, early
pine commode, pair wing back chairs,
wicker recliner, wicker rocker, wicker
chest, costume jewelry, tilt top table,
French chairs, tile top table w/ chairs, din-
ing room suite, rattan sofa set, Ethan Allen
dresser, Claw foot piano stool, ships
wheel, leaded glass pieces, canes, water-
ford, silver tea set, this is a partial list
more coming in daily. Check pictures at
auctionzip #9643, ph: 993-8679 to reserve
seats. AU1375- AB 3666. Denzel Rolph
Auctioneer, 6020 San Jose Blvd., at the
corner of University Blvd. S., next to Sub-

Estate Jewelry and scrap gold. 241-5666.
WE BUY Scrap Gold for Cash! Estate and
old jewelry, Rolexes. 241-1889.
SEEKING USED Foam Surfboard,
approx. 7 feet. Call 249-2293.

1977 GOLD
246-1933 619 Atlantic Blvd.

GREAT VARIETY, no junk, 1281 Zephyr
Way S., Riptide, So. Jax Bch. Starts 7am

TOYS, TEEN clothes, furniture, household
appliances. 1336 Beach Ave. Saturday,
6/9, 9am-1pm. No early birds.
OAK HARBOR Baptist Garage Sale 2765
SR A1A (1/4m West Of Mayport Rd) 8am-
12pm. Rain Or Shine!! All Proceeds Go
Toward Sending Kids To Church Camp!
LOTS OF misc. stuff, name brand late
teens & young women clothing. 1639
Sea Oats Dr. Sat., 8am.
Friday & Saturday, 8am, 309 Royal Palms
Dr. Furniture, books, electronics, games,
other household items.
MOVING SALE! Come in! Everything
goes. 145 Sherry Drive. Saturday, Sun-
day, 8am-6pm.
COVERED YARD Sale. New Queen bed
w/headboard, new DVD player, TV, toast-
er oven, books, clothes, misc. household
items. Sunday, 8am- 3pm, 165 Sylvan Dr.

MULTI FAMILY. Saturday 8am-12pm,
73 Dolphin Blvd. East. NO EARLY BIRDS
MOVING SALE furniture, Thursday & Fri-
day June 7th & 8th, 67 Marsh Cove Dr.
YARD SALE- Lots of stuff! Saturday 8am-
? 3 Marlin Ave.
COMMUNITY YARD Sale, Cranes Lake in
Ponte.Vedra Lake Subdivision. Saturday,
6/9, 8am-1 pm.

3 DAY Moving Sale! Everything Must Go!
Fri.- Sun. 8am-2pm. No early birds please.
429 Cockatiel Dr. off San Pablo, north of
Atlantic Blvd.

FRI., SAT., 8am-noon; antiques, house-
hold items, 14550 Island Drive, Jax
DESIGNER FURN: 4 Baker Vanderbyl DR
chairs, orig. $1894ea now $600ea. Ex-
pressions leather Queen slpr sofa orig.
$4K now $800. Storehouse farm bench
$225. Mitch Gold: armless sofa orig.
$1250 now $500; mid-century style chairs
$150ea. Shabby Chic dresser w/ mirror
$400. Victorian tufted chair $200. Deco
armchair $275. Persian rugs 66% off re-
tail. Granite/ wrought iron console $750.
Outdoor teak & wrought iron furn. $100 &
under., Croc leather framed glass coffee
table $250. 40x60 bev mirror $275. Ac-
cess. galore! Won't last. Call 338-8949.

10'4" BASSTENDER, w/trailer, trolling mo-
tor, Bimini top, ready to fish. $1500. Call
Mike, 247-6744.
BOAT SLIP For Rent, Harbortown Marina,
40' with water & electric, $500. 463-2845.

HOUSEHOLD, DESK, collectibles, jewel- 2007 BRAND new beautiful blue Kawasa-
ry, misc. Friday, Saturday, 8am-3pm. ki Ninja, 650R, V-twin, 900 miles, full 5yr
1822 Arden Way. warranty. $6500 firm, 553-7150, 221-1968
SAT., 142 30th Avenue South June 9., 2005 HD Softail Deluxe, mint condition,
8am-2pm. All proceeds to go Calvary An- 475 miles, pearl blue & white, chrome &
glican Church for a mission trip to' Uganda. extras galore. $19,000 OBO. 821-0430.

2808 2nd St. South
Wonderful things, all in great condition..
Furniture, household & kitchen items,
clothing, lawn tools, stereo, TV,
oriental screen, and too much to list..
1157 18TH St. N., Friday & Saturday.
8am-?. Large Variety.

VESPA SCOOTER, 2005 GT, 200cc, top
case, floor mats, new tires, 65mpg, up to
85mi. per hour, $4500. 662-2211.

2001 FORD RANGER/ Edge, 6 cyl., 4WD,
AC, 6 CD radio, 32,000 mi., $9000,

THREE FAMILY yard sale; pet supplies,
furoitre; 'baby items, and housewares. 2002,DODGE Grand.Caravan- Sport. Ex-
8am Sat. 416 17th Ave.,No. .--' cellent-condition. Original owner. Only 44k
...... ... ,-97n77 -r, miles. $9,000. Call 249-6943.

SATURDAY 8AM-?r- 2707 Colounies Dr.
Painted bed, garden, kitchen & household
items, art supplies, jewelry.
SATURDAY, 7:30AM., 525 14th Avenue
North. Toys in excellent condition., Chain
linked dog kennel, scuba gear, Garmin
hand held GPS,, baby items.
7:30AMb? SAT, 11 Sandra Dr. (behind Ja-
son's Deli). Great stuff!.
CHARITY SALE Saturday, 8AM-12, 1084
16th Ave. S., furniture, household, baby
items, lots of great stuff from multiple do-

YARD SALE, Sat., 6/9, 8am, 317 Penman
Rd., kid stuff, furniture, misc.
ESTATE COSTUME jewelry, $1 each,
NB & Vintage clothes & accessories, lots
of smalls, books and Art. Saturday,
7am-11am. 411 Lora St. Early birds will be

BED- KING mattress set, $289. Can de- -
liver. (904)391-0015. SAT, 6/9, 9am-2pm, 1153 Kings Rd. Crib,
...... .... ...-.-. rockerThomas items, and housewares.

chaps, almost new condition. Men's and
Women's. Call 992-9973.
BEDROOM SET: Bassett, dresser/ mirror,
desk w/shelves, chest w/shelves, night
stand 6 pc. set $400, 246-1971, older bed-
room set for $250.
QUALITY STEARNS & Foster kingsize
mattress/boxes/frames in spotless,
like new condition. $200. Can deliver.
TRESTLE TABLE, 25x42, 2 benches.
$25. Call 249-9841.
TWO CEMETARY plots. Beaches Memo-
rial Park, Atlantic Bch. $1200. 891-8133.
BED- FULL-SIZE cherry sleigh bed,
w/mattress & box spring. Must sell. $395.
Can deliver (9b4)858-9350.
BED- BRAND name queen set,
new, w/warranty $129. Can deliver.

CRAFTERS WANTED for Fall Arts and
Craft Show. October 20, 2007 at Christ
United Methodist Church. 400 Penman
Rd. Neptune Beach. For more info please
call 249-5370.

GMC SAVANNAH 8- passenger van,
2003, AT, PW, PD, DVD & video. Exc.
cond. Great family van. Asking $15,500.
Call Mike 992-4065.
1998 NISSAN FRONTIER XE, excellent
condition, only 78K miles, AC, bed liner,
alloy wheels, new tires, $4900 OBO,
2004 JEEP GRAND Cherokeee Columbia
Edition, tow package, low miles, excellent
condition. $13,750, 273-6022.

2000 FORD Explorer XL, 4DR, 4x4, V-6,
A/C, only 33,000mi. Call Phil 724-0444.
1986 BUICK REGAL Ltd., V-8, lots new;
$1700, Mike, 710-0170.
1999 HONDA CIVIC, low mileage, clean,
excellent cdhdition, $4200, 254-1897.
2000 FORD Explorer LTD, 124K miles.
$3500. Call 307-1248.
2002 FORD Escape XLT, $11,500 OBO,
44,700 miles, like new, leather, sunroof,
towing package, AT, A/C, power every-
thing. 821-0430.
CADILLAC DEVILLE '99. Loaded, leather,
sunroof, 60K miles, great shape! $6500.

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6 PIECE Bedroom Set includes queen
mattress & box, new still in boxes. $499.
Can deliver. 858-9350.

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