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Publication Date: November 14, 2007
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Midweek Edition November 14, 2007



Vol. 45, No. 42


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


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Civic Association
looks for means to
fight cruise ship

Armed robber evades police at Jax Beach eatery

An attempted armed robbery was
reported Nov. 11 at a fast food restaurant
in south Jacksonville Beach.
An employee at a nearby bar called the
restaurant to alert the staff of a suspicious
person hiding in the bushes near the
drive thru. Restaurant workers were
unable to spot the suspect and asked the

caller to shine a light to illuminate the
The bar employee got in her vehicle
and drove into the drive thru but the sus-
pect was then seen walking across 3rd
Street, police said. Officers who respond-
ed to that call had just left the scene
when dispatch reported that a masked
man with a handgun was attempting to

rob the restaurant.
The suspect forced two, employees to
the ground at gunpoint but was unable to
access the safe because it was on a time
lock. He then ran out of the store.
The victims described the suspect as a
thin black male, dressed in black with a
mask covering his face and shoulder
length braids.

A long-time Mayport Fishing
Village resident has researched
CHAMPION COOKING: the possibility of having the area
declared a historic district to pre-
Tebow's Mom shares vent a proposed cruise terminal
recipe for Tim's favorite from being built.
Sandra Tuttle, a member of the
ziti, Mayport Civic Association which
See A-8 was scheduled to meet Tuesday,
said she has called several organi-
zations, including the Landmarks
Commission in Jacksonville, for
more information as to whether
the area could be declared a his-
toric district.
.Many residents of Mayport
Fishing Village have adamantly
spoken against a proposed cruise
terminal that the Jacksonville
Port Authority is studying.
"We're definitely gonna fight
this thing," said Tuttle.
She emphasized that the Civic
Association has only just begun
'"to talk about the idea and that it
is a last resort.
"It could cause a lot of trouble
for people in Mayport," she said.
"But, if we have to, we will."
Claudia Estes, who is a member
of the Mayport Waterfront

Annual event to feature
music, food and kayak
See calendar B-4
(See full schedule in
Friday's issue)

As hunting
season begins,
more women
participate and
are taking

See A-2

See MAYPORT, A-3 -

Fletcher High running back Mitchell Hester (25) picks up yardage against Wolfson last Friday night in the Senators' 28-14 victory.
Fletcher travels to Niceville this Friday night in the opening round of the state playoffs. Complete story on page B-1.

Award winning FHS teacher

records songs in: Nashville

Julie Durden immersed herself
in the deaf community 14 years
ago when her niece, Lindsey
Senea, was born hearing
Durden teaches sign language
at Fletcher High and was recently
named American Sign Language
Teacher of the Year for the state of
"It's one of those things that is
sent to you and at first it's like
what are we going to do but it
turns out to be a blessing," said
Sign language at Fletcher is part
of the Foreign Language
Department. About eight schools,
in Duval County offer the lan-
guage as part of its curriculum.
Durden teaches three sections,
sign language 1, 2 and 3, to about
100 hearing students at Fletcher.
"Julie really connects with the
students and cares passionately
about what she's teaching," said
See FHS, A-3 -

JB takes over all facets of golf course management

City manager must approve discounting any items

Known for its beachfront; parks system and
recreational spaces, the city of Jacksonville
Beach is now taking a swing at golf course man-
The City Council last week authorized City
Manager George Forbes to implement sales and
other policies associated with the city's munic-
ipal golf course located near Wingate Park at
the south end of Penman Road.
Last summer, the city assumed control of the
course after former golf professional Boots
Farley stepped down.
Farley recently announced July 1 that he
would resign effective after 23 years of service
to the city.
Under the new change, the city is responsible
for buying inventory, selling merchandise,
renting equipment, facilitating golf clinics and

lessons and managing tournaments.
All merchandise sold must also be rung up on
a city cash register.
"In order to be competitive with the retail
operations of other courses and pro shops, golf
course management needs to be able to change
prices, provide promotions and offer clinics,"
Grounds Maintenance Director Gary Meadors
said in his recommendation to establish the
new policies. "The best method to address this
on-going process is to have guidelines and pro-
cedures for these items."
As manager of the 18-hole public course,
Forbes must approve all decisions to discount
items considered "stale" and designate mer-
chandise for prizes in city-sponsored tourna-
ments or other promotions to help market the
The golf course budget will be amended mid-
year to reflect an additional $7,000 for such
promotions, Meadors said.

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Photo by STAFF
Julie Durden travels to
Nashville twice monthly to
record CDs.

Sea Turtle nesting season over
- count of nest shows decline


Two members of the
Beaches Honor Guard
relax during a Veterans
Day ceremony in Ponte
See A-12

Loggerhead sea turtle nesting
has reached a record low
throughout the state this sea-
son, according to officials.
The number of loggerhead
nests the most common sea
turtle in the area have
declined by nearly 50 percent
since 1998, according to experts
at the Caribbean Conservation
Corporation, a sea turtle conser-
vation group that conducts
research,' education and policy
work throughout Florida.
This year, only 7,896 logger-
head nests were laid in the
Archie Carr National Wildlife
Refuge in Melbourne. In 1998,
the Carr Refuge had 21,450 log-
gerhead nests.
Sea turtle nesting season
began in May and ended Oct.
31, according to Jennifer Bums
with the Beaches Sea Turtle

In Atlantic Beach, Neptune
Beach and Jacksonville Beach,
there were a total of 26 logger-
head nests this season, which is
slightly lower than average,
according to Bums.
Last year, there were a total of
35 loggerhead nests at the
Beaches, she said.
Commercial fishing practices
are the most common problem
for loggerhead nesting, accord-
ing to the press release.
Loggerheads get accidentally
get caught in nets and drown,
according to the press release.
Also, artificial lighting some-
times causes hatchlings to crawl
inland instead of toward .the
water, which results in more
deaths, according to the' press
However,. locally, there were
no problems this year that
would affect nesting activity,
Bums said.

Emily Paulk, left, a volunteer at Tuesday's Vicar's Landing Boutique, listens as Frank Thorpe, an
antiques dealer and appraiser, describes a sale item, which he said is a stand for a religious fig-
urine. The item was likely made in the 17th century in Belgium or Germany, Thorpe said.

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Tis what season to be jolly? Avoid turkey day turmoil

While some argue that "Christmas" is the
season to be jolly, others have taken a more
politically correct approach by using the
word "holiday" to describe the season.
One Atlantic Beach resident questioned
the city using the word "holiday" through-
out the November newsletter instead of
"Christmas," asking "Pray tell, where has
Christmas gone? Christmas is the holiday."
According to an article on washington-, the battle between the political-
ly correct term "holiday" versus
"Christmas" was started by conservative
groups who were concerned about advertis-
ing campaigns not including the words
"Merry Christmas" in "sales literature or

On your marks...
Early promotions and retail bargains
should benefit consumers and boost holiday
Floridians will see early promotions and
deeper discounts from retailers trying to lure
shoppers this holiday season. According to
Rick McAllister, president and CEO of the
Florida Retail Federation (FRF), these early
bargains should prompt a three-percent
increase in holiday retail sales between
November and December. About one-fifth of
retail industry sales occur during this time,
making these months the most important
sales period for retailers.
"A three-percent boost in holiday retail
sales is a strong number for Florida, especial-
ly when you consider the overall drop in
consumer confidence this year and the first
housing slump in a decade," said McAllister.
"But retailers know that during the holiday
season, people are going to buy presents and
they are going to spend money. They are
working to get consumers into the stores
now. We could surprise ourselves and do bet-
ter this holiday season than expected."
Stronger competition among retailers
should also boost retail sales ahead of Black
Friday, the traditional kick-off to the holiday
season. McAllister said unlike past years, this
holiday shopping season is more favorable
for consumers and Floridians should get
ready to shop early.
"This is a great time for shoppers because
retailers are fighting for their money," he
said. "It's bargain time." ......
While consumer confidence in Florida did
increase last month, McAllister is concerned
the downturn in the real estate market could
impact how much shoppers spend on them-
selves this year.
"The real estate market, more than any

Take a gander:

'Feminine' firearm

is pretty in pink

With hunting season about to get under way at
the Guana and other managed areas in Florida, an
outdoors store has announced the "latest craze for
the hunting enthusiast:" firearms in pink.
Gander Mountain, which has locations in
Jacksonville and St. Augustine, said in a news
release it is selling an exclusive line of firearms that
come in the hot new color.
"While the male sector of the hunting commu-
nity may stick to more muted colors, the new .
pink firearms have been welcomed by those who
want to add a feminine touch to their shooting
practice," the news release said.
"Women are a growing segment of the out-
doors customer, and we want to be able to offer
them the products they want, in the colors they
like," Gary Buescher, Gander's vice president
for hunting and firearms, said in the release.
.A pink shotgun first hit the shelves last year,
and sales were strong enough that Gander
Mountain decided to add a wider selection of
pink firearms, according to the release.
Buescher said more and more girls are
attending hunter safety courses with their
To get a hunting license required for
those age 16 and older a person must take
a hunter-safety course approved by the
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation
The course is required for anyone born
on or after June 1, 1975, according to a
publication of the Guana River Wildlife
Management Area,.
Children under 16 can hunt, but only if
they are with a supervising adult, accord-
ing to the publication.
"Girls are actively participating in fami-
ly hunting traditions, but some may want
to have a little more fun with it by getting
a pink shotgun," Buescher said in the
The store offers pink pistols for adults, but
the pink shotgun a REMing ton 870
Junior -- is made specifically for the young
Hunting in the Guana Wildlife
Management Area, located south of Mickler
Road, Ponte Vedra Beach, begins Friday foi
general gun hunting and Nov. 30 for small
game, according to the publication..
The pink shotgun is too large for some
hunting in the Guana that limits shotguns
to 10 gauge.

seasonal greetings."
Even the U.S. capitol has used the term
"holiday tree," according to the article.
This year the city of Atlantic Beach will
have a "Holiday Giving Tree," a "Holiday
Celebration" at Town Center and a
"Holiday Sing-along" according to the
But, at least one Beaches resident said in
an anonymous note that he thinks that
"Christmas" should make its way back into
"Dump the P.C. attitude people. We
want Christmas for Christmas, not a winter

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else, will affect the holiday
shopping season this year.
Consumers are spending less on home fur-
nishings and home repairs. We'll have to
wait and see if this will continue and impact
how much people spend on themselves
when buying gifts for others," McAllister
The good news is Florida shoppers say they
plan to spend more money than last year,
primarily to buy expensive high-tech games
and toys. In a recent survey conducted by
University of Florida researchers, Floridians
estimated they will spend an average of
$S,3254this,holiday,skason. ..
While high-tech games and toys top the
list of hot gift items, the number one item tb
give and receive continues to be gift cards.

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the year and 94 percent report never having their oven serv-
"Jf you don't use your oven regularly, you could be setting
yourself up for problems," said Angle Hicks, founder of
Angie's List. "It's a good idea to check your oven before you
get elbow-deep in your Thanksgiving dinner preparations to
make sure it's working properly."
Got the Turkey? Check!
According to a nationwide Angie's List poll:
92 percent of members will spend the holiday with fam-
ily and/or friends.
More than 50 percent of those hosting are expecting five
to 10 guests at their table
65 percent will travel for the Thanksgiving holiday by
Just over 10 percent will have help preparing their home
to receive guests.
"There's nothing that will wreck your holiday faster than
having something go wrong at the last minute," says Hicks,
founder of Angle's List. "A little bit of advance work is the
key to making sure you offer and/or receive the holiday of
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THE BEACHES LEADER, PONTE VEDRA LEADER is once again publishing a
Songbook of Holiday Favorites just the right size for caroling and sing-a-longs. From
Silent Night to Jingle Bells, you'll find the words to your favorite music. Local busi-
nesses and The Leader make this book available at no charge through your communi-
ty newspaper. The 2006 Songbook was recognized by the Florida Press Association as
an outstanding publication.
If your church, club, neighborhood or family would like extra copies to use this
Holiday Season, please call our office to request those copies now. You may also
email your request to The Songbooks will be published
December 5, 2007. Call now.
249-9033 While supplies last!

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She learned sign language to talk to niece

m FHS, from A-1

Judy McDermott, Fletcher's
foreign language department
"She is a wonderful and
positive addition to our
Durden, originally from
Live Oak, said her family
learned sign language so that
everyone would have full
communication with
Lindsey. Lindsey, 14, goes to
the Florida School for the
Deaf and Blind in St.
Augustine. Durden decided
to' go to college at the
University of North Florida
to be near her sister and
niecq. She graduated in 2003
with a bachelors in English
but her career as a
singer/songwriter took her to
Nashville for three years.
She released her first CD,
"Simple Things," in 2003 and
her song, "Heaven," was fea-
tured in the independent
film, "Saving Sophie."
In 2005 she released the
CD, "Free," which includes
the song about her niece,
"Perfect That Way." Her CDs
are available on her website
"Of all the songs I've ever
written the one about my
niece is the one that caught
on," said Durden, whose
music is played internation-
"I've been singing and writ-
ing songs since I was about
nine years old so that is

Students in Julie Durden's class demonstrate their sign language skills.

something I'll always do."
Durden moved back to
Jacksonville to earn her certi-
fication to teach sign lan-
guage. She lives in Atlantic

Beach and travels to
Nashville about twice a
month to record.
"Sometimes you are put in
the place where you're sup-

photo submitted
Atlantic Beach Mayor John Meserve, left, with his wife Mary and
Judge Gary Flower after being sworn into office on Nov. 6.


posed to be and if you just
breathe and be still and
accept it, so many things fit
together that you never
thought about."

The employees of PPR Healthcare
Staffing at the Beach recently
bowled for their three favorite chari-
ties and, with a match from their
employer, raised $14,069. One of
the charities selected, the American
Cancer Society, received a donation
of $5374 for Making Strides Against
Breast Cancer. Shown here from
left, standing, are Anna Duffy,
Lindsay Longobardi, Rebecca Flack
and Isabel Martinez; seated,
Shannon Miller and Adrienne
Veatch, community representative
for the First Coast Beaches, .
American Cancer Society. PPR's
CEO Dwight Cooper only provided
matching funds but allowed his
head to be shaved in celebration of
exceeding the $6,400 goal for the

Median cldfUr will be done; despite concerns

Jeffrey J. Sneed, P.A.


Eakin & Sneed
599 Atantic Blvd. Atlantic Beach
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Plans to close an existing median cut at
Pablo Avenue in Jacksonville Beach will pro-
ceed despite concerns that traffic and busi-
nesses in the area will suffer.
The State Department of Transportation
announced last month that closing the first
median opening at A1A north of Beach
Boulevard would not impact eastbound to

northbound traffic.
Assistant Traffic Operations engineer Chris
LeDew said the goal of the change is to pro-
vide a longer left turn lane for traffic at the
intersection of Beach Boulevard.
"The department feels that the local busi-
nesses have reasonable alternate access and
that the median opening should be closed," he

Mayport civic group to meet

> MAYPORT, from A-1

Partnership and a Realtor, said
that the King House, current-
ly an attorney's office, on
Ocean Street is the only build-
ing in the Village that she
knows of that is on the his-
toric register.

chance of a

6:51 AM
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The Civic Association,
according to Tuttle,, is also
planning on increasing the
number of meetings per
month from one to three.
Currently, the group meets
every second Tuesday of the

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skin protection.

Mix of sun
and clouds.
Highs in the
low 70s and
lows in the
low 60s.

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Highs in the
mid 60s and
lows in the
mid 50s.

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Highs in the
low 70s and
lows in the
upper 50s.

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month at Singleton's Seafood
Shack, 4728 Ocean Street, at 7
p.m., but as a result of recent
development proposals, she
said the group is planning
more meetings.

NB to pay


legal fees

The city of Neptune Beach
will pay more than $100,000 in
legal fees to settle a lawsuit over
a non-conforming sign. at
City Attorney Chris White
Told the Council recently that
per a settlement agreement, the
city will have to pay approxi-
mately $127,416, which
includes interest, to reimburse
Solantic its legal fees.
The lawsuit involving
Solantic, 410 Atlantic Boulevard,
was sparked by a non-conform-
ing sign, according to White.
City Manager Jim Jarboe
pointed out that the original
cost estimate to settle the matter
was. approximately $300,000.
"It's not good that you have to
pay it, but it's better than what
could have happened," he said.
The Council approved the
payment in a 4-1 decision.
Councilor John Weldon voted
against it.
The city's argument that the
sign was non-conforming pre-
vailed in district court, but that
decision was reversed by the cir-
cuit court of appeals, according
to White.
Now that fees have been
assessed and all paperwork is
complete, the case is over, White

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November 14, 2007 Locally Owned and Operated Serving the Beaches since 1963 THE BEACHES LEADER/PONTE VEDRA LEADER

Letters to the editor:

Save for a rainy day

and don't buy a clock

To the editor:
We continue to hear from
our elected officials about
how we have no money for
police officers and firemen,
but yet we can throw away
$120,000 for clock that "tells
the tide." Someone needs to
examine our budgets more
closely and our elected offi-
cials need to spend our
money more wisely.
We also need to learn that it
is OK to save money for a
rainy day. We do not need to
just spend it because we are at
the end of our budget year.
Would they spend $120,000
of their own money for a
clock that does not even tell
Jeannie Walser
Ponte Vedra Beach

The proposed tide clock

Fiscal responsibilityis needed now More letters to the editor:

To the editor:
In regards to the $120,000
"Tide-clock" that Jacksonville
Beach will be buying we must
ask ourselves, would I spend
$120,000 on a clock? I have a
feeling that most people would
say no and this is why we need
stronger fiscal responsibility
from our politicians. I think we
need a Taxpayer Protection Act.
This Act would force city
council to get voter approval on
any tax increase or new "fees".
This forces the politicians to be
better fiscally responsible with
our money. Obviously we have
some extra money left over
since there are funds to pur-
chase a $120,000 clock so with
this Act that surplus revenues

would be refunded back to the
citizens. I think that money
might be better' suited for the
tax payers to spend on the nor-
mal necessities of life like food
or housing, not a dock. If we
could just get this Act passed
then our government officials
would have to be smarter with
the money and would be less
likely to buy clocks because they
won't be able to raise taxes with-
out our approval to pay for stuff
they neglected.
The taxpayers don't need a
clock we need the Taxpayer
Protection Act!

Matthew Ellison
College Student

Tired of wasteful spending

To the editor:
Last week, Jacksonville Beach
voted to spend $135,000 on a
clock that tells the tide. This is
simply ridiculous. We are con-
sistently told by our local offi-
cials that if they don't have
more revenue, they'll have to
lay off police and firefighters.
Local governments tremble at
the mere suggestion of a prop-
erty tax cut, claiming that they
cannot spare $1 of their rev-
enue. Yet somehow, they find
money to spend on extravagant
unnecessary projects like this.
Because of nonsense like this,
I support Americans, for
Prosperity in their efforts to add
a Taxpayer Protection Act to the
proposed St. Johns County
charter. Although most of our

current elected officials in St.
Johns. County show that they
understand fiscal responsibility,
we cannot be certain that future
politicians will come from the
same mold. The best method
to ensure fiscal responsibility is
to put a Taxpayer Protection
Act in the charter.
We need a Taxpayer
Protection Act. A "TPA" would
require voter approval for any
tax increase and would limit
the growth of the county budg-
et. I don't know about you, but
I am sick and tired of rising
property taxes and wasteful

Christine Pickett
Ponte Vedra Beach

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Where was all the concern about water before now?

To the editor:
Another major issue, another
stunning display of ignorance
by the Neptune Beach City
In a transparent effort to gar-
ner the spotlight for her may-
oral bid, Council member
Harriet Pruette recently intro-
duced a resolution opposing the
removal of hundreds of thou-
sands of gallons of water from
the St. Johns River to meet
demand in Central Florida, say-
ing the issue was "under the
Under the radar? I guess
Pruette and her bungling
Council buddies have been too
busy diminishing the quality of
life in Neptune Beach to be
aware of major issues facing
Northeast Florida.
Water has been an issue local-
ly foL several decades.
Remember in the 1970s when
then-mayor Hans Tanzler went
water skiing on the St. Johns to
demonstrate how the city was
cleaning up the river? For sever-
al years now, St. Johns
Riverkeeper Neil Armingeon has
been loudly warning about
deteriorating river conditions,
but elected officials, like Pruette,
have largely ignored his pleas.
Just three years ago the Florida
Council of 100 Water
Management Task Force
released a white paper, detailing
water problems in the state and

possible solutions, including
better resource management
and developing alternative
water sources. The task force
eventually disbanded because
elected officials, like Pruette,
ignored its findings.
Water shifted from an issue to
a crisis during one of the worst
droughts in Florida history from
1998 to 2001 when water
restrictions were ordered, but
new development continued an
unprecedented demand for
Has Pruette ever spoken out
about unrestrained develop-
ment in Northeast Florida that
has claimed thousands and
thousands of acres of wetlands
while adding more and more
demand for water? Was water a
concern when Pruette crawled
in with Wal-Mart, which will be
one of the largest water con-
sumers in Neptune Beach?
Has Pruette, as a member of
the Council, initiated any con-
servation measures in Neptune
Beach, something those familiar
with the water crisis have been
calling for for several years
Has Pruette encouraged re-use
programs .or sustainable build-
ing practices in Neptune Beach?
Perhaps Pruette should take
the time to educate herself
about what's really happening
with Florida's water supply
instead of grandstanding with a

resolution that's so lame the St.
Johns River Water Management
District had to send a repre-
sentative to a recent Council
meeting to explain the issue to
uninformed Council members.
The Neptune Beach City
Council reminds many resi-
dents of the Wizard of Oz.
They'll huff and puff and put
on a big show, but draw back
the curtain and you'll find a
bunch of frauds, concerned
only with promoting their self-
agendas while feeding at the
public trough. Perhaps,
Neptune Beach deserves some
credit for being the first munici-
pality to issue a resolution,
regardless of how meaningless it
is. Of course, it's like going to a
party two days late and telling
the host, yes I missed the party,
but I'm the only one
Tt o]uTd be wise fo Praette to
abandon -het mayoral fantasy
because every time she opens
her mouth, a growing number
of Neptune Beach residents real-
ize she's wrong on the issues (by
the way, Pruette's public art
ordinance is blatantly unconsti-
tutional because, as the U.S.
Supreme Court has ruled, gov-
ernment has no right to deter-
mine what is and isn't art) and
she's wrong for Neptune Beach.

Jeff Brooks
Neptune Beach

Mascot choice was not simply a popularity contest

To the editor:
I was shocked to read the
November 9 front-page head-
line, Parents prevail: It's sharks
over pirates since I am a mem-
ber of this committee and have
attended every meeting. The
article's reporter either was
uninformed by not attending
previous meetings or chose to
inject personal bias into the arti-
At previous meetings, the
committee discussed criteria for
choosing the CCC high school
team name. These included: 1.)
reflect a competitive, aggressive
nature for teams 2.) reflect the
community in which we live
3.) provide an easily repro-
ducible logo for t-shirts, ban-

ners, magnets,etc 4.) provide
marketability for team support
(music, clothing,etc) 5.) reflect
the past and transcend the
future 6.) reduce operational
difficulties associated with
appropriateness of the team
name. Additionally, "patriots"
(the third choice from the sur-
vey) was eliminated the previ-
ous meeting because it appeared
it was not widely supported by
If choosing the teams' name
was merely a popularity contest
of 13-15 year olds, the adminis-
tration could have saved the
committee members' time
through merely survey. I, per-
sonally, favored "Pirates" until
the committee discussed the

issues and received information
from the Dalton Agency. This
was true of other members.
Kudos to the committee
members (including students)
who took this process seriously,
whichever way they voted. It
was unanimous among com-
mittee members that whatever
the team name, students, par-
ents and the community would
support the choice because it is
our' community high school.
And a journalistic slap on the
wrist to the reporter and editors
of The Leader for sensationalism.

Nan Healy
Ponte Vedra Beach

Comment on no sympathy for Realtors was just mean

To the editor:
Referencing 11-07-07 article
by Gray Rohrer 'Realtors ask
ease in sign restrictions'
MARY, MARY (Kohnke)
Insensitive? Ignorant? Mean
spirited? Or perhaps all the
Well, I guess that the 'Queen'
has spoken!!! It takes a lot to
make my jaw drop like it did
when the Nov. 7th edi-
tion of 'The Leader' but 'Queen
of Mean Mary' succeeded with
her statement quoted from the
most recent St. Johns County
Commissioners meeting. It was
in regards to temporarily easing
sign restrictions in the area due
to the fact that the housing
market is struggling, making it
even more difficult for Realtors
to sell Ponte Vedra residents'
homes, who obviously would
like to and/or need to sell their
properties for various reasons.
Here it is for those of you who
missed it, Mary Kohnke said:
"I have no sympathy for any-
one in that industry."
WOW!!! No wonder she isn't
on the board anymore! Please

allow me to EDUCATE Ms.
Kohnke just a little about the
'anyone' in the real estate
industry. Please note the fol-
lowing partial list of the affect-
ed: (my sincerest apologies to
those who might be left out)
Engineers, architects, plan-
ners/designers, excavators, steel
workers, concrete/lumber/steel
companies, electricians & their
suppliers, plumbers & their sup-
pliers, dry wall
contractors/employees, general
framers, carpenters, masons,
painters & their suppliers,
garage door companies, win-
dow companies & their suppli-
ers, clean up
companies/employees, pool
contractors & their laborers &
suppliers, fill dirt
contractors/drivers, cabinet
makers, kitchen appliance com-
panies/installers, roofers & their
suppliers, gas companies, land-
scaping companies/employees,
title companies, real estate
attorneys, paralegals, home
inspectors, appraisers, heat-
ing/cooling companies, insula-
tion companies/employees,

WDO inspectors, lenders/mort-
gage companies & their
employees, realtors, and believe
it or not everyone who
owns/rents real estate, since
this is usually the single largest
INVESTMENT one makes in
their lives!!! Oh, and that
INCLUDES Ms. Kohnke!
Really, the list is practically
endless. It has a 'domino' effect.
In fact, it really appears that the
real estate industry is the
'lifeblood' for so many
American families' incomes
and one of the very most
important industries in this
I really hope that Ms. Kohnke
does not find herself in a situa-
tion having or wanting to sell
her property as I just don't
imagine a very responsive
reception from the real estate
industry if everyone read the
article I saw located right on the
front page. Then again, maybe
the real estate industry would
be MOST eager to make her a
Sincerely Amazed!
Ellen Poling
Ponte Vedra


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New PV

school is

worth time

to pick right

name and


To the editor:
With all the discussion
About the name for a new
high school, I think it is
equally important we focus
on our new nickname and
mascot. Both should
reflect the area's spirit, atti-
tude and personality. They
should instill a sense of
pride in the students, par-
ents and our community.
First, lets look at what is
being considered. The
Pirates. Sorry Ponte Vedra,
Fernandina Beach and the
new Matanzas-Palm Coast
H.S. already have that nick-
name. Anyway, not much
in the history books that
shows pirates lounged
around the Inn or the Club
& Lodge, or buried their
treasure in Sawgrass.
The good news is we have
many wonderful options.
If Ponte Vedra is going to
stand out, then it should
avoid using the nicknames
of Florida and Georgia col-
lege and pro sports teams.
Let's start with the weath-
er. The Storm Surge, Rip
Tide and Nor'easterners all
have a sense of power and
energy. A lot of teams call
themselves the Lightning,
but very few call themselves
Thunder, a name that
echoes with fury. The
Waterspouts fail to make me
tremble, but The Cyclones
sure packs a punch.
Finally, The Blue Wave or
the Green Wave are both
strong and mighty forces
that recognize our beloved
Our next option is peo-
ple. The Indians, Braves,
Warriors, Raiders and
Conquerors are already
taken. But those who came
Next offer good options.
The first settlers were con-
sidered Pioneers. The
Ponte Vedra Pioneers has a
nice ring to it. Rebels,
Generals and Senators are
also taken. The Krackers is
available and while the
sound of a bullwhip snap-
ping would certainly electri-
fy any pep rally, it is under-
standable why no school
selected that nickname.
The area's development
began shortly after rich
deposits of titanium were
discovered. If San
Francisco can have the
49ers and Oklahoma can
have the Sooners, then we
can have the Mineral
Miners or simply The
Miners. Both pay respect
to the area's heritage.
Our next category is
birds, fish and animals.
Panthers (Nease, Palatka
and Ridgeview) and Eagles
(Episcopal, Fleming Island,
Paxon) are among the most
popular. Tigers and Lions
sound good, but there's no
history of either roaming
our shores or subdivisions.
We do have Manta Rays and
Sting Rays, Sharks, Sand
Crabs, Porpoises and
Kingfish. Add the word
Battling or Fighting and you
have a colorful mascot. We
also have No-see-ums, Sand
Fleas and occasionally Love
Bugs, but they are more of a
nuisance than a mascot.
This is just a start. There
are many good nicknames
available and many great
opportunities for a new

mascot. With a daughter at
PV Rawlings and another in
VPK, I encourage the School
Board to take the lead and
select a nickname and mas-
cot that is creative, unique
and a proud identity for
future generations. Have
David Zuckerman
Ponte Vedra Beach

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"Most people think when a
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Gooch. "But the responsibility
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want to ease the burden of the
homeowner after a murder, sui-
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who lives in the West Beaches
with his wife, Nancy, and their
three children. He is a former
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his degree in business from the
University of North Florida in
1997. He became motivated to
start Decontamination
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Guests enjoyed a variety of martinis, danced to the music of
Big Al & the Kaholics and did some putting for prizes Friday
at the TPC clubhouse in Ponte Vedra Beach. The event was
the sixth annual PGA Tour Moonlight Martinis to benefit the
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. Cystic fibrosis is an inherited,
chronic disease that affects the lungs and digestive systems
of about 30,000 children and adults in the United States.
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and (below, from left) Wayne and Gloria Scheiner, Rick
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need is inspiring," said Jan Flager, executive director of Mission
Prepared food is needed for the traditional holiday dinner.
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potatoes, cooked vegetables, rolls, Seven-Up, Hawaiian Punch
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Davalyn M. Clement, 75, of
)unedin, died Nov. 5, 2007
in Jacksonville. She was sur-
vived by son, Michael; 2
grandchildren; and a great-
A Celebration of her life

Bee McClenny Flowers, 88,
died November 9, 2007. She
was born November 10, 1918
in Bunnell, FL.' She has been a
lifelong resident of
Jacksonville Beach and retired
from Pantry Pride.
Family members include her
sons, Jack (Eleanor) Flowers
and Jesse (Fran) Flowers;
daughters, Andrea (John)
Adams, Sherrie (Richard)
Smith, Kay Licciardi; brothers,

J a n a
Jones, born
o n
10, 1935 in
died in
o n
November 8, 2007. Her bright
smile and stubborn spirit
allowed her, her family and
friends to grasp and enjoy
life. She was dignified by
spending her final days in her
home under the care of her
son, George, his fiancee,
Chr(loatte Chidester and her
lifelong friend Joanne
Bankert. Jana took great pride
and pleasure in serving her
clients through her employ-'
ment at As You Like It
Housekeeping Referral
Agency, Inc. She also enjoyed
raising and showing dachs-
hunds, quilting, bingo and
coordinating social events.
She was an active member of

Oding, 80.;
died Oh
November 6,
2007 after a
'- long battle
4 J.. with illness.
SShe joined
John F.
Oding, who died April 20, 1999.
They were married October 1,
1949. Both were born in
Denmark in 1927, she on
January 8 and he on September
Her husband served in the
Royal Danish Navy and she
worked in a lab. They moved
to the United States in the
1950's with their eldest daugh-
ter. They started out in
Wisconsin before deciding the

Sue K. Schmitt, 64, died
November 9, 2007 in
Jacksonville. She was the wife of
-George H. Schmitt, for 38 years
until he died in 2004. She began
her career as a fourth grade
teacher in St. Louis. After mov-
ing to Pittsburgh, She became
the director of the folk group
and was an Eucharistic minister
at St. Scholastica Parish. In addi-
tion to this, she played a role in
the' career of her husband
George, who was the founding
President and CEO. of Forbes
Health System. She was preced-
ed in death by her husband
George and her daughter Kristen
Sue. Sue is survived by her chil-
dren G. Michael, Joseph C.,
Susanne Nicole, and Elizabeth

will be held from 2 p.m. to 4
p.m., Saturday, Nov. 17 at
2321 Harrison Dr, Dunedin
Services under the direc-
tion of Quinn-Shalz Funeral
Home in Jacksonville Beach.

Aubrey Williams and Conrad
(June) Williams; sisters, Faye
Miller and Jackie Haisten; 9
grandchildren; 8 great-grand-
children and 2 great-great-
A visitation was held
Tuesday followed by funeral
services at Beaches Chapel by
Hardage-Giddens in
Jacksonville Beach. Interment
followed in H.. Warren Smith

the American Legion Post 129
and the VFW Post 3270.
She is survived by 3 chil-
dren, son, George Joseph
Mayo, of Jacksonville; son,
William Robin Mayo, of New
Boston, TX; and daughter,
Edna Marie "Sheri" Lackey of
Pascaqoula, MS. She was
blessed with 12 grandchil-
dren and 9 great-grandchil-
A Celebration of her life
will be held at 2 p.m.,
Saturday, November 17 in the
Chapel of Quinn-Shalz, .A
Family Funeral Home, with
the Reverend Gary Smith offi-
Due to her many years of
service as a military wife, in
lieu of flowers, the family
requests donations be made
to the Disabled American
Veterans, PO Box 14301,
Cincinnati, OH 45250-0301,
Attn: Gift Processing.
Services under the direc-
tion of Quinn-Shalz Funeral
Home in Jacksonville Beach.

cold weather wasn't for them
*anymore and then moved to
Florida. -:"r
Before succumbing to cancer
as a Chef John spent time in his
workshop restoring antique fur-
niture and woodworking.
Annelise was employed by Selva
Marina Country Club. She also
enjoyed gardening, baking,
sewing, crafting and spending
time with her family. They are
survived by their daughters:
Inge Willich, Lena Brown, Alice
Oding (Harry Drake), Susan
(Lane) Moon; grandchildren
Annelise, Melinda, Niki, Cullen
(Misty), Christina, Emma and
Chris, great grandchildren:
Caitlin Annelise, Lauren, Callie
Annelise and two more little
ones on the way. No services
will be held.

Theresa and her grandchildren,
Jasmine Marie, Katelyn Nolle
and Michale AnnMarie.
A service was held in the
Cathedral of St. Augustine, St.
Augustine, FL.
A Memorial Mass will be held
at 10 a.m., Thursday in St.
Catherine Laboure' Catholic
Church of St. Louis, MO.
Inurnment will immediately fol-
low in Resurrection Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, donations
may be made to: Pilgrims' Peace
Center, 431 NE 1st Terrace,
Crystal River, FL 34429, In lov-
ing memory of Sue K. Schmitt.
Services under the direction of
Quinn-Shalz Funeral Home in
Jacksonville Beach.


Wheeler, 78,
d i e d
SNovember 8,
2007 in
She was born
January 27,
1929 to
Edmund Woolfolk Jackson and
Hortense Hill Jackson in
Augusta, Georgia. She attended
the University of Georgia and
graduated in 1950. She had a
career as an elementary school
teacher and lived an active and
full life. She loved to play ten-
nis, bridge and travel.
She was predeceased by both
parents; a son, David Wheeler
and a sister Eleanor DeLoach.
She is survived by her hus-
band of 57 years, Jack D.
Wheeler; a son, Dan Wheeler of
Houston, Texas., a daughter
Donna Wheeler of Webster,

New York; a grandson, Jeff
* Wheeler of Alpharetta,
Georgia., a grand daughter,
Amy Wheeler McLaughlin of St.
Petersburg; 'brothers, Edmund
Jackson of Atlantic Beach,
Thomas Audley Jackson of
Alachua, and a brother-in-law,
Earl DeLoach of Augusta,
A celebration of her life was
held Sunday in the Celebration
Gathering Room of the funeral
In lieu of flowers please send
donations to Northeast
Community Hospice, 4266
Sunbeam Road, Jacksonville,
Florida 32258, (904) 296-5200
or the American Cancer Society
1430 Prudential 'Drive,
Jacksonville, Florida 32207,
(904) 398-0537.
Arrangements are entrusted
to Beaches Chapel by Hardage-
Giddens Funeral Home in
Jacksonville Beach.

John C. Danielson, 96, died
November 9, 2007 in River
Garden Hebrew Home, of
Jacksonville. He was born in
St. Petersburg, oldest son of
the late John Christian
Danielson and Bessie Mae
Sweet, November 25, 1910.
After finishing school in St.
Petersburg and University of
Florida, Gainesville, he spent
the rest of his life in the auto-
mobile business. He served in
the U.S. Maritime Service dur-
ing WWII, St. Pete, FL. After
the war, he became a business
manager of Dealer
Organizations for G.M.C.,
Chevrolet Division, handling
southeastern zone for 35
years. After retiring, he
enjoyed his family, friends,
many travels, writing, and his
love of painting pictures. He
will be greatly missed for all

Alien Mizell,
82, died
COctober 11,
S 2007 in
She was
born on May
10, 1925 in
Georgia to parents 0. D. and
Ruth Murray and had made
Charleston, South Carolina her
home since the age of fifteen.
She'was preceded in death by
her parents, O. D. and Ruth
Murray, and brothers Harbin
and Craig Murray. Also preced-
ing her in death was her hus-
band of 25 years, Charles D.
Allen, and second husband of
30 years, Clarence H. Mizell, Jr.
She was a graduate of
Memminger High School and
Rice Business College. She was
a member of Citadel Square
Baptist Church, Sullivan's
Island Baptist Church and
Heritage Presbyterian Church.
Camille was a long time vol-
unteer for the American Red
Cross. She was most well
known for her garden club and
flower show activities,, sewing,
and love of gardening and cre-
ating with her hands. She held
numerous offices in communi-
ty organizations including

Alton Ray (A. Ray) Pace, 64,
a long time resident of
Jacksonville, died at home
Monday, November 5, 2007.
He was born in Jackson,
Mississippi on July 10, 1943.
He was preceded in death by
his father, William Clarence
Pace; mother, Gladys Pearl
Hill Pace; brother, Clarence
Eugene; brother-in-law,
Eugene Ball; and son, Robert
Gregory (Gregg). He is sur-
vived by his wife of 23 years,
SNancy Elizabeth Mordoff Pace
and his former wife, Beverly
Atha Cassidy Pace, of
Inverness, FL; four daughters,
Deanna Cassidy (Jamie) Curry,
of St. Augustine, Teresa
Cassidy (David) Lewis, of
Homasassa Springs, RaeLynn
Pace Wilson (Casey) Carr of
Raleigh, NC, Dawn Cassidy
Smith, of Jacksonville; broth-
ers, William S. Pace, of
Wiggins, MS, James Cecil

of his intelligence, generosity
and sense of humor, accord-
ing to family.
He is survived by his two
daughters, Pat Dickinson of
Jacksonville Beach and Judi
Roberts of Tampa; 5 grand-
children; 5 great grandchil-
dren; 1 brother, Oscar; 1 sis-
ter, Amy, and many friends.
A special thanks from his
family to Haven Hospice,
especially his friend, Ted
Galloway, for their loving
care. In lieu of flowers dona-
tions may be made to
Memorial Gifts, Haven
Hospice, 8301 Cypress Plaza
Dr., Ste. 119, Jacksonville, FL
3 2 2 5 6
Services under the direction
of Quinn-Shalz Funeral Home
in Jacksonville Beach.

serving as President of the
Garden Club of Charleston,
President of the Council of
Garden Clubs of Greater
Charleston, Eastern
Lowcountry District Director
for the Garden Club of South
Carolina, member and
Chairman of the Charleston
PRIDE board, HANDS (Home
and Neighborhood
Development Sponsors)
Chairman, President of Isle of
Palms Garden Club, and an'
active flower show judge.
Survivors include four sons:
David Allen Jr.(Casey), Michael
Allen (Alyce), Wayne Allen
(JoElla), and Robert P. Mizell (
Elaine). Daughters include
Laura Allen Stripling (Gary),
and Patricia (James) Sharpe, as
well as eleven grandchildren
and ten great-grandchildren,
several nieces and nephews
and many friends.
A memorial service will be
held Sunday, November 18 at 2
p.m. at Stuhr's Funeral Home,
1494 Mathis Ferry Road, Mt.
Pleasant, S.C. with Reverend
Gary Stripling officiating.
In lieu of flowers the family
requests that donations be
made to the Alzheimer's
Foundation of America, 322
Eighth Avenue, 7th Floor, New
York, NY 10001, ; .

(Nell) Pace, of Pearl MS,
Tommy Lee (Gail) Pace, of
Lucedale, MS; sisters, Janette
Pace Ball, of Pearl, MS and
Bonnie Jean Pace (Ronald)
Moore, of Pennsacola, FL;
eight grandchildren, Taylor
Curry, Blake Lewis, Steven
Leggett, Ashton Leggett,
Kelsie Leggett Alex Wilson,
Ashton Wilson and Logan
A Memorial Service was
held Monday in the Beaches
United Methodist Church
Sanctuary in Jacksonville
Beach. Memorial contribu-
tions may be made to First
Coast -Cancer Foundation,
2357 Riverside Ave.,
Jacksonville, FL 32204 or
Northeast Florida Community
Hospice, 4266 Sunbeam Rd.
Jacksonville, FL 32257
Services under the direction
of.Quinn-Shalz Funeral Home
in Jacksonville Beach.A

J un e
R e n e e
English, 36,
daughter of
m ; m Phyllsis
A t.IAtlantic
Beach and
S D e De Davis,
died November 8, 2007. She
will be greatly missed but her
love and shared memories live
on with her daughter, Madison
Renee, 6; Cody Wesley, 7
months; mother, Phyllis Davis;
father, Dave Davis; brother,
Jason (Melissa) Davis; step-sis-
ter Meghan Davis; niece, Kayla
Davis; nephew, Kyle Davis;
many aunts, uncles, cousins
and friends. She was prede-
ceased by one step-brother
Jamie Davis.
She was born April 25,. 1971
in Marrero, Louisiana and at
age 3 moved to Florida. She
graduated from Beaches
Chapel High School in 1988
and attended FCCJ. Viewing
and visitation was held
Tuesday at Beaches Chapel by


Hardage-Giddens Funeral
Home, Jax Beach. A memorial
service will be held today,
Wednesday, at 11am. Neptune
Baptist Church, Neptune
Beach, with Pastor Tom Bary
officiating. Arrangements are
entrusted to Beaches Chapel
by Hardage-Giddens Funeral
Home in Jacksonville Beach.

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A 42-inch plasma flat screen
television valued at $1,600 was
stolen from an office building in
Sawgrass Village between
Thursday evening and Friday
morning, according to a police
* *
Two laptop computers
totalling $800 were reported
stolen Friday from a residence in
the 200 block of Crane's Lake
* *
A woman's vehicle was stolen
Friday from her residence in the
900 block of Shoreline Circle,
according to a police report.
* *
Grand theft was reported on
Sunday when a woman's wallet
containing $300 cash, two cred-
it cards, two ATM cards, a social
security card, and a driver's
license was stolen while she
worked at a business on Ponte
Vedra Boulevard.
* *

Henry James Jr., 22, was
arrested for possession of or sell-
ing a controlled substance,
armed possession of illegal
drugs, possession of a firearm or
concealed weapon by a convict-
ed felon and. aggravated assault
with a deadly weapon on Nov. 9
in the 50 block of Dudley Street,
according to a police report.
* *
Felony vandalism was report-
ed on Nov. 2 in the 1000 block
of Seminole Road, according to
a police report. An interlock
device on the victim's car was
damaged. It cost the victim
$755 to replace it, according to
the report.

Grand, theft was reported on
Nov. 10 in the 400 block of
Sargo Road, according to a
police report. The victim's wal-
let was stolen from her back
porch, according to the report.
Gerard John Ibarreche, 29,

was arrested for burglary to a
dwelling and making an assault
or battery upon any person on
Nov. 7 in the 2100 block of
Beach Avenue, according to a
police report. The victim told
police the suspect rang his door-
bell and when he opened the
door, the suspect pushed him
and punched him in the head,
according to the report. The
victim's shirt was tor and he
had knots on his head, accord-
ing to the report.

A 40-year-old man was found
dead in a vehicle parked on
West Ocean Forest Drive after
sleeping overnight Nov. 12,
according to a police report.
The witness told police that the
victim had passed out in the
vehicle the night before and he
left him there to sleep. The wit-
ness found the victim at approx-
imately 7:55 a.m. the next
morning, according. to the
report. The cause of death is
unknown and police turned the

case over to JSO Homicide
department, according to the
Jeffrey Scott Satterwhite, 46,
was arrested for possession of
cocaine on Nov. 7 in the 1600
block of Mayport Road, accord-
ing to a police report.
* *
Sharlita Shirleen White, 32,
was arrested for uttering forged
a instrument, deed or certificate
of public record on Nov. 7 in the
1200 block of Sandpiper Lane,
according to a police report.

Grand theft of a motorcycle
was reported Nov. 10 in the 100
block of 5th Avenue N. A blue
2006 Suzuki GSX-R valued at
$7,500 was stolen from the area
after the victim asked two men
to help unload the vehicle form.
his truck. The victim went to
the beach after the motorcycle
was moved and when he
returned it was missing.


teen struck by car

A 15-year-old boy was hit by a
vehicle in Atlantic Beach while
traveling on his skateboard on
Halloween night, according to a
police report.
The passenger of the vehicle
told police that the driver was
traveling north in the 1900
block of Seminole Road at the
posted speed limit of 25 miles
per hour when the victim
"abruptly" entered the roadway
and the driver could riot avoid a
collision; according to the
report. Police responded to the
crash at approximately 9:18
p.m., according to the report.
The victim was treated by a
rescue unit for injuries, biit they
were not life-threatening,
according to Atlantic Beach
Police Captain Mike Classey.

A witness told police that the
victim was sitting in her drive-
way and said he had to go home
because he was going to be late,
according to the report.
She told police that he skated
"quickly" down the driveway
and into the path of the vehicle,
according to the report.
The victim said that when he
reached the edge of the drive-
way, he looked both ways and
did not see any vehicles to the
north, according to the report.
But, when he looked south,
he observed the vehicle, but it
appeared a long distance away,
according to the report.
When he entered the road-
way, it was too late to avoid col-
lision with the vehicle, accord-
ing to the report.

Vision for downtown Jax Beach

will not be completely realized

Jacksonville Beach officials are moving forward
with their vision for the city's Downtown
Redevelopment District by adopting a plan to
enhance the area.
The Community Redevelopment Agency last
year funded a comprehensive study to identify
future infrastructure needs and create an improve-
ment plan for the city's core. Glatting Jackson, an
urban design firm from Orlando, developed the
Downtown Vision Plan to improve pedestrian
from 2nd Avenue South to 6th Avenue North.
Last week, the City Council issued a unanimous
thumbs up to incorporate the plans into the exist-
ing Redevelopment Plan adopted in 1987.
During the public hearing to adopt the amend-
ed redevelopment plan, a concern was raised that
the plan would allow developers to trade beach
access for a public access improvement at anther
"It makes me nervous when I read in the text
that changes to public beach access can be accom-
plished by developers offering compensatory
access to public places," community activist Jim
Overby said.
"I worry a lot about that. I think the city has to
be very careful about tampering with street ends
and public access to the beach."
Mayor Fland Sharp said the Downtown Vision

Plan does not give developer's any discretion over
street ends or public beach access.
"I don't know what that means in this context.
It's in part of the Charter that you can't monkey
around with street ends," Sharp said. ". We fixed
Sharp said he was a member of the City
Council when the original plan was adopted, not-
ing that approximately 40 percent of the items
included in that plan were actually completed.
"None of this means we are going to go out and
do all of this. It means that this is the plan and we
are going to follow it and do the parts of it that
make sense when they come up," he said. "We'll
make those decisions as a council when they do.
Language included'in the original redevelop-
ment plan required that developers of beachfront
properties show plans for beach access on their
site plans.
According to the original plan which was effec-
tive in April, 1990, "existing public access to the
beach shall be maintained by new development
or redevelopment.
In the Vision Plan, specific improvements are
slated for beach access points at the foot of Beach
Boulevard and the 4th Avenue North and 6th
Avenue north street ends.
The improvements are designed to enhance
public access to the beach, pier an boardwalk

Teen detained after burglary, arson reported in Neptune Beach

A 17-year-old was placed in
secure detention for burglary
and arson last week in Neptune
Beach, according to a police
A burglary to a residence,
which was ransacked, occurred;
in the 1500 block of Landing
Lane and a -fire appeared to
have been intentionally started

in an upstairs bedroom,
according to a police report.-
A witness told police that the
suspect, who he knows,
knocked on his front door and
said "I gotta get outta here. I
.think I just committed arson."
Officers contacted the sus-
pect and recovered several
items, including a set of keys
that belonged to the victim of

the arson and burglary, accord-
ing to the report. Police also
noted that the suspect had
been victimizing residents in
the subdivision for a while.
The suspect was assessed by
an. officer from the
Department of Juvenile Justice
and recent charges required he
be placed into secure deten-
tion, according to the report.

Evialuations at Beaches Boys & Girls Club
'ursday, Nov. 15 from 5:00-7:00 PM
alualtins at Fletcher High School Gym
Sunday, Dec. 2 from 2:00-4:00 PM

For me info, call Netune BatistlChurch's oice a 2-230.


Watson Realty Corp.'s
welcomes new member
to sales team .
Watson Realty Corp.'s
Intracoastal Office announced
that Lisa Broekman has joined
its sales team. Broekma'n
was raised in New Orleans and

has been a resident of
Jacksonville for the last eighteen
years. She will specialize in
residential sales.

Atlantic Beach resident
reappointed to Florida
Film and Entertainment

Sisler Johnston Interior Design recently completed the redesign
of the Coleman Center at Fleet Landing. For more than 15
years, the Coleman Center has served as the hub of daily activi-
ty at Fleet Landing. Its three-story atrium lounge provides a
social environment for residents and visitors alike. The.Coleman
Center houses administrative offices as well as many resident
amenities, including a post office, bank, auditorium, caf6 and
library on the ground floor and a full service dining room on t.he
second level.

Advisory Council
Governor Charlie Crist has
reappointed Todd Roobin, 46, of
Atlantic Beach, and Film
Commissioner for Jacksonville
to the Florida. Film &.
Entertainment Advisory
Council.. His term will begin
October 22 and end August 20,

Atlantica Investments
welcomes new sales
Realtor Lazaro
Gonzalez has
joined Atlantica
Group's sales pro-
fession a-s.
Gonzalez is an
on-site sales asso-
ciate for the
Gonzalez multi-family com-
munity Atlantica
Condominiums, located in
Atlantic Beach at 2760,Mayport
Road, approximately one-half
mile south of Naval Station

photo submitted
The 2007 Jacksonville Symphony Guild announces the selection of 20 elite designers who will
participate in the 2008 Designer Showhouse and Gardens, presented by Bank of America.
This select group of designers recently met with the builder of the Showhouse,'Elwodd Collier, to
go over finishes and colors for specific areas of the house. The 2008 Showhouse designers are
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Page 8A November 14, 2007

Fletcher to stage 'Me and My Girl'


'Support the

troops' not a

catch phrase

for the USO

M any a lonesome
U.S. armed forces
member has
found a friendly, comfort-
ing "home away from
home" at a service center
of the USO (United
Service Organizations).
In the Leader's October
26 issue, there was an
informative article by
staff writer Chuck Adams
showcasing the Mayport
USO center's "No Dough
Dinners," provided free
to military families, with
financial and other sup-
port from local
military/veterans organi-
zations and others. It
reminded me of some
personal, pleasurable
experiences at USO loca-
For instance, during
Christmas 1945, as a new,
young recruit, I was sta-
tioned at the Norfolk,
Va., naval base and
couldn't go home for the
holiday because I had.
"the duty." Fortunately. I
was allowed a brief Ilrer-
ty when not working, so I
went to the nearby
Portsmouth, Va., USO.
There, I amused my
homesick self playing
ping-pong and hobnob-
bing with other duty-
bound swabbies.
Despite the compas-
sionate attention of the
USO staff, though, we
bluejackets had the blues.
Then, out of the blue,
came a center volunteer
helper bearing an invita-
tion to two of us to go to
the home of a kind, eld-
erly couple whose sons
were away in the service.
They wanted to share
their Christmas dinner
with a couple of sailors.
Another grateful gob and
I went for the grub, and
it was good.
The one glitch came
when, following the main
courses, our sweet female
hostess came through the
kitchen's swinging door
carrying a blazing plum
pudding and I jumped up
to put out the fire. The
folks were plumb doubled
up with laughter after
restraining me. Hey. I
thought flames were only
supposed to be on birth-
day cakes.
During WW II, the USO
was also present and very
active here. My affable
amiga Ethel Blalock was
then in high school and
attended dances at the
USO near her Jacksonville
Beach home.
In those pre-air condi-
tioning days, the summer
"hops" were sweltering,
but some relief, for the
bused-in Navy band, at
least, was afforded by
large tubs of ice with
electric fans blowing over
the blocks toward the
bandstand. They were
playing hot music, no
On Sunday, some of the
sailors could cool off by
taking a swim in,
courtesy of Ethel's par-
ents, who fed them din-
ner first.
Said Ethel, "They'd
change into their bathing
suits, and we'd give them
towels. Then, they'd walk
to the ocean, which was a
block away."
Back then, between the
USO and warmhearted
civilians, "Support the
troops" was definitely not
just a catch phrase.

-- -

"Me and My Girl," a fall
musical, runs Thursday,
Friday and Saturday in the
Fletcher High School audito-
Julia Fallon co-stars with
David Kidder in the musical
comedy set in London.
The play's storyline is
about a family seeking a heir
to the earldom of Hareford
in order to get out of its
financial plight.
Kidder plays Bill Snibson, a
Cockney who's the result of
some "amorous slumming"
by the 13th Earl of Hareford.
An effort is made to turn
Snibson into a gentleman,
but he's in love with Sally
Smith, a Cockney girl he
refuses to leave, portrayed by
Tina Fallon, who teaches
honors English and musical
theater at Fletcher, and Tom
Ming are collaborating on
their third consecutive fall
musical. Ming is Fletcher's
drama instructor.
The cast of "Me and My
Girl" consists of 50 students,
ranging from ninth- to 12th-
graders. In addition to
Kidder and Fallon, there are
Nine other seniors, including
senior class president Phil
The others are Steven
Hewlett, Kristin King, Brian
Mitchell, Vanessa Davis,
Dana Humphrey, Dori
Schaffield, Ash Saraga and
James Del Rosario.
"It's a great year because
the humor of the show is
very high brow," said Ming.
"We have a lot of students
who fit that bill, and they
understand the humor of the
show." :,7 ," s ,* ts a
Ming said P'reston Mast6is,
who plays Sir John Tremaine,
is being groomed for the
"He's a junior this year,
and he has one of the lead
roles. He's one of our bigwigs
for next year. This is one of
the parts he'll be playing to
get ready for next year. He
sings and dances and acts, so
he's a triple threat for the
show this year," said Ming.

Masters played a chorus
character in last year's musi-
cal, "Bye Bye Birdie."
"From then I competed in
thespians. And so I'm back
for my second year of
involvement with the drama
team," said Masters.
"Thespians is kind of a
competition group," said
Steven Hewlett, who por-
trays The Hon. Gerald
Bolingbroke in the play, "but
most of the thespians are
active in the musical the-
Julia Fallon said speaking,
with a difficult English
accent is the most challeng-
ing part of the play.
"It's strange, like taking all
the vowels I've learned from
chorus and previous years
singing, and completely

changing them for this new
accent and creating a com-
pletely different character,"
she said.
Fallon said she has
watched "My Fair Lady" six
or seven times, studying the
Cockney accents.
"I've been listening to the
soundtrack religiously," she
said about the movie that- '
starred Audrey Hepburn as
"Eliza Doolittle," the role.
Julie Andrews had on stage.
"I like accents," said
Fallon. "I did the New York
accent when I did 'Adelaide.'
It's kind of changing every-
thing. It's a different spec-
Fallon said she'll be taking
Fletcher drama with her to
college. Her sister, Melody, a
2004 Fletcher graduate, is a

! 9. .9 ... . .. .
photo submitted
Some of the Nease Panther Moms who contributed to the "Nease Football Cookbook 2007" are
(from left) Kim Kernohan, Susan Thompson, Denise Bates, Alicia Russi, and Deb Carzoli.

Nease football moms team up

for commemorative cookbook

T he Nease Football
Cookbook 2007 is billed
as "a collection of
recipes from the Nease foot-
ball families, past and pres-
Compiled by mothers of
current Nease High football
players, the 150-page, hard-
bound cookbook that sells for
$20 at Nease football games,
was put together by commit-
tee members Alicia Russi,
Denise Bates, Deb Carzoli,

and Val Grzywacz.
Russi's son, Brett, is a start-
ing linebacker. Carzoli's 'son,
Ty, is a starting defensive end.
Bates has twin boys, Graham
and Hunter, who start on
defense. Grzywacz is the
mother of sophomore player

Tim Contic.
In their dedication page to
the Nease Panther Moms, the
cookbook committee
acknowledges the women
who are the "behind-the-
scene warriors" whose will-
ingness to volunteer in many
ways helps "to make our
team run smoothly."
The cookbook was also a
way to preserve memories of
past years of Nease football.


senior studying opera at the
University of North Florida.
"I want to teach theater,
like my mom," said Julia
Tina Fallon didn't fit into
the family's Fletcher contin-
uum as a student.
She's a Wolfson grad
whose first teaching job was
3--Yt 'he'atlma mater before
transferring to Fletcher.
"I did drama for like 14-15
years, then quit for several
years to work in production,
to produce commercials,
then came back to teach
English and help with the
drama program," the edler
Fallon said.
"This year I teach musical
theater and English. I love
literature, which is what
Drama is. I can work with

the drama program out of
total love.
"This is truly the joy of my
life, spending the time with
the kids, teaching them
musical theater and teaching
them how to develop their
. "Me and My Girl" is a
British stage musical, with
lyrics by Douglas Furger and
L. Arthur Rose and music by
Noel Gay.
It was first performed at
the Victoria Peace Theatre in
London in 1937 and, after
attracting little attention,
gained immediate success
when a matinee performance
was broadcast live on BBC
Radio. It ran for 1,646 per-
For more details, call 247-

Lurns teacher of the

year at Mayport Elem.


Giving back to the .commu-
nity is how Katrina Lurns
spends her time and her career
as an educator.
Lurns is the teacher of the
year at Mayport Elementary
School, an A-rated school
where she has been teaching
language arts since 1997.
She also volunteers at the
City Rescue Mission in
Jacksonville and is on the over-
sight committee for Beaches
Resource Center, which helps
families and students over-
come non-academic barriers to
achieve success in school.
."I wanted a profession where
I could give back to the com-
munity but one in which you
help children as well so teach-
ing was the first thing that
came to mind," said Lurns,
who teaches fifth grade lan-
guage arts.
"I think my ability to bring
the information down to
where the children can under-
stand makes me a good
Every year teachers and staff
in Duval County public
schools are asked to nominate
and vote for a teacher of the
year to represent their school
in the district and state Teacher
of the Year Recognition
Former Mayport Elementary
teacher of the year Ernestein
May nominated Lurns. May is
a support facilitator for excep-
tional education and is in the
classroom with Lurns this year
since the inception of inclu-
sion in the classrooms of pub-
lic elementary schools.
"She is wonderful how she
reaches all the children," said
May, whose daughter, Eboni,
was in Lurns' class last year.
"I am impressed with her

Alabama native Katrina Lurns.

methods. I just think she is an
awesome teacher."
One of the methods Lurns
has been using since she start-
ed teaching is differentiated
instruction, an instructional
concept that maximizes learn-
ing for all students regardless
of skill level or background.
The concept is used in class-
rooms with inclusion to meet
the needs of all students.
"For me having inclusion in
the classroom is no different
because I feel like I had special
needs children all along even
though they weren't identi-
fied," Lurns said.
"I knew teaching that way
was the best way to help all the
students learn. I believe repeti-
tion is the key to understand-
ing. You have to drill and prac-
tice on the same concepts."
Lurns, 33, is originally from
Alabama where she earned her
bachelor of arts degree in edu-
cation at Concordia College.
She attended a job fair in

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Brian Mitchell, from left, Julia Fallon, Vanessa Davis and James Del Rosario rehearse for "Me and My Girl," a fall musical.

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Army Pfc. Casey Wilkerson
has graduated from basic
infantry training at Fort
Benning, Columbus, Ga.
Wilkerson is the son of
Jimmy Wilkerson of

The Mayport Chapter of the
Military Officers Association
of America (MOAA) will hold
a meeting at 12:30 p.m.
Sunday, Nov. 18.
Steven Nardizzi, a founder of
the Wounded Warrior Project,
will be the guest speaker.
The meeting is open to the

general public.
The Wounded Warrior
Project provides services for
injured active duty personnel
and their families until the
transition to civilian life.
All active and retired mem-
bers of America's uniform serv-
ices are eligible for member-
ship in MOAA, billed as the
nation's largest and most influ-
ential association of military
For more information, write
to the MOAA at P.O. Box
330791, Atlantic Beach, FL
32233, or call 221-4036.

Tracy Elizabeth Strickland
and Clay Burford Tousey III,
both of Charlotte, N.C., were
married Saturday, Oct. 20,
2007, at Wait Chapel on the
campus of Wake Forest
University in Winston-Salem,
Father Jude DeAngelo and
the Rev. Rebecca Hartzog
presided at the ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of
Michael and Brenda Strickland'
of Greenville, N.C. She is a
graduate of a Wake Forest
University School of Law and is
employed as a program officer
with the Z. Smith Reynolds
Foundation in Winston-Salem.
The groom is the son of
Phyllis and Clay Tousey Jr. of
Atlantic Beach. He is a graduate

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of Harvard University and the
.University of Virginia School
of Law. He is employed as an
associate with Helms, Mulliss
& Wicker PLLC in Charlotte.
Ashley Ellis was the matron
of honor. Megan Fontana,
Allyn Rubright, Jill Wojtyna,
David Strickland and Mark
Jones were the bride's atten-
dants. Hallie Tarit and Lily
Norman were flower girls.
Chip Tousey and David
Hathaway were the best men.
Tommy Fox, Eric Graham,
Michael Brennan, Greg
Henning and Meredith
Ostlund were the groom's
The couple spent their hon-
eymoon in Costa Rica and will
reside in Charlotte.

Thomas and Heatherlyn Ames


Thomas W. Ames of Atlantic
Beach and Heatherlyn R.
Mennis of Milford, Conn.,
were married July 21, 2007, at
the Gamble Mansion in
Boston, Mass.
The bride is the daughter of
John and Patricia Mennis of
Milford, Conn.
She is a cum laude graduate
of Drew University and
* received a master's degree from
Manhattanville College. She is
employed as a special educa-


tion teacher in Belmont, Mass.
The groom is the son of
William and Anne Ames of
Atlantic Beach.
He is a graduate of the
University of Michigan. and
received an MBA from Penn
State University. He is
employed as a marketing exec-
utive by Blauer Manufacturing
in Boston.
The couple spent their hon-
eymoon in Paris. They will
reside in Boston.

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James McDonald and Jessica Fritsch Kyle Chong and Valerie Weelborg

Jessica Helen Fritsch and
James Alan McDonald, both of
Jacksonville Beach, have
announced their engagement
to be married.
The bride-elect is the daugh-
ter of John and Debra Fritsch of
Jacksonville Beach. She is a stu-
dent at the University of North

The groom-elect is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. James McDonald
of Jacksonville Beach. He is a
graduate of. the University of
North Florida and is employed
by Beaches Chapel Church.
The couple plan to wed on
May 16, 2008, at Beaches
Chapel Church in Neptune


Valerie Weelborg of
Jacksonville and Kyle Chong of
Jacksonville Beach have
announced their engagement
to be married.
The bride-elect is the daugh-
ter of Robert and Bonnie
Weelborg of Jacksonville. She is
a graduate of Douglas
Anderson School of the Arts
and is currently attending the
University of North Florida,
where she is finishing work on

a degree in education.
The groom-elect is the son of.
Smith and Lois Chong of
Jacksonville Beach. He is a
graduate of Killian High School
in Miami and earned a bache-
lor's degree in accounting and
finance from Florida State
The couple plan to wed at
5:30 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 18, at
Christ the Redeemer Church in
Ponte Vedra.


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Chad and Erica Stucki announce the birth of a son, Jude Miles
Stucki, on Oct. 24, 2007. He was 8 pounds 13 ounces and was
21.9 inches long.

Ballroom Dancing
Ballroom Dancing is offered
at 7:30 p.m. each Wednesday
at the Beaches Senior Center,
281 19th Avenue. S.,
Jacksonville Beach. The cost is
$5. For information, call 241-
Gentle Yoga
The Neptune Beach Senior
Activity Center offers yoga
Monday from 7-8:30 p.m., -
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and Wednesdays from 10-
11a.m. Mats, pillows, blocks,
music and instructors are sup-
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The Beaches Senior Center,
281 19th Ave. S., Jacksonville
Beach, has different programs
each day. On an on-going
basis, Uno cards is played at
8:30 a.m. each week day.

Bridge is played.from 9 a.m.-12
p.m. Tuesday and 1-4 p.m.
Thursday. Ceramics is offered
at 9 a.m. Monday-Wednesdays,
and Bingo is played at 10 a.m.
each week day, except
Thursday, when it starts at 9:30
a.m. 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. Computer classes are
offered at 1 p.m. and 2:30 p.m.
Monday, and Mah Jongg is
played from 12:30-3:30 p.m.
Thursday. A Line Dancing
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Monday. Word puzzles/trivia
and the treadmill are available
every day. Lunch reservations
must be made three days in
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Cont. from A-8
This was especially impor-
tant to the committee since
they are aware the opening of
the new Ponte Vedra high
S school next year will
inevitably bring changes to
the Nease football, Russi said.
The illustrated cookbook
features color photos of the
2007 team, former players,
head coach Craig Howard,
cheerleaders, the marching
band and the 2005 state
championship trophy.
"When Alicia and Denise
told me about this cookbook,
I was on board immediately,"
said Howard, who contributed
recipes for the project; along
with his wife, Valerie, son, Bo,
a former Nease center, and
daughter, Emily, a 2007 Nease
grad. "I told them, 'Put me in,
coach.' "
With 300 recipes from
Nease families and fans, the
cookbook also tells the story
of the Nease football season,
from a cooking perspective.
Many of the recipes from the.
Nease Panther Moms are the
dishes they cook for their own
sons and also for the entire
team at team meetings, pre-
game meals, and at other
The chapters of each recipe
category are titled with foot-
ball terms such as "Pregame
Warm-Ups," "Kick Off," and
"Sideline Specialties." are identi-
fied by the team member and
his mother, sometimes with
humorous notations about the
Julia Dixon, the mother of
senior defensive back Mitch
Swanson, takes pride in nam-
ing her recipes for annual
football opponents such as
"Head On A Platter" (St.
Augustine High) and "Bronco
Bustin Lasagna" (Middleburg
Her recipe for Play-Off
Porkies is an example of the
hearty fare that team mem-
bers enjoy on a regular basis,
she said, to keep the "weight
Pam Tebow, mother of for-
mer Nease quarterback and
current University of Florida
quarterback Tim Tebow,
shared, some of her family
recipes. Timmy's Favorite
Baked Ziti is one pasta dish
aspiring all-purpose QBs may
want to load up 'on.
Coca Cola Cake seems to be
a favorite with several Nease
families, Russi said. More than
one recipe for this dessert was
submitted for the cookbook
and two variations were print-
Apple Crisp, made by quar-
terback Ted Stachitis' mother,
Martha Stachitis, was one of
the dishes the team enjoyed at
their Wednesday evening
The following are recipes
from "Nease Football
Cookbook 2007," which can
be purchased at Nease playoff
games, beginning Friday, from
the school store, or by email-
Proceeds will benefit the foot-

ball general fund.

Timmy's Favorite Baked
(Pam Tebow, mother of

1 16 oz. pkg ziti noodles
2 lbs ground beef
2 onions, finely chopped
3 cloves of garlic, minced
32 oz. prepared spaghetti
one-half cup red cooking
1 tsp. oregano leaves
1 tsp. dried basil
salt and pepper to taste
2 cups shredded mozzarella
cheese - -. . -
Cook noodles for only 7
minutes. Drain. Brown beef,
onions, and garlic, drain. Mix
noodles, beef, sauce, wine and
seasonings in a large bowl.
Pour into a 9 x 13 inch baking
dish and sprinkle with cheese.
Bake at 350 degrees for 35
minutes. Makes 10 servings.

Coca Cola Cake
(Susie Haynes, mother of
linebacker Riley Haynes and
Nease football alum Hunter

1 cup coca cola
one-half cup buttermilk
1 cup butter, softened
one and three-quarters cup
2 large eggs, lightly beaten
2 tsp. vanilla extract
2 cups all purpose flour
one-quarter cup unsweet
1 tsp. baking soda
one and one-half cups
miniature marshmallows

Combine Coca-Cola and
buttermilk; set aside. In a
large bowl, beat butter on low
until creamy. Gradually add
sugar until blended. Add eggs
and vanilla and beat on low
until blended. In a separate
bowl, combine flour, cocoa,
and baking soda. Add to but-
ter mixture alternately with
cola mixture; begin and end
with flour mixture. Beat low
just until blended. Stir in
marshmallows. Pour into a
greased and floured 9x13 inch
pan. Bake at 350 degrees for
30-35 minutes. Remove from
oven and cool 10 minutes.
Pour frosting over warm cake.

one-half cup butter
one-third cup coca-cola
3 T unsweetened cocoa
1 16 oz. box confectioners
1 T vanilla extract
three-quarters cup chopped
pecans, toasted (optional)

Heat butter, coca-cola and
cocoa in large saucepan until
butter melts. Remove from
heat and whisk in sugar,
vanilla, and pecans.

Play-Off Porkies
(Julia Dixon, mother of
defensive back Mitch

6 1.5 inch boneless tender-
loin chops
1 tsp. marjoram
4 T olive oil
. 4 T butter
1 chopped onion
1 cup sauerkraut & its juice
4 T flour
2 cups white wine (this time
for cooking)
20 sliced mushrooms
2 cups sour cream, full fat
2 cubes beef bouillon
1 tsp. marjoram
salt and pepper to taste
Heat oven to 350 degrees.
Season the chops with the 1
tsp. marjoram and salt and
peppel, (I think it's, gy 9 ,,
dump them in a BIG baggie
and shake it all together -
then do the hokie-pokie -
sorry). Lightly brown the
chops in the olive oil over
high heat (we're just killing
some of the fat here and mak-
ing them look purdy, not
cooking them to Kingdom
Come). Remove the chops to
baking dish.
In the same skillet, add the
butter and when it's melted
add the onion and mush-
rooms. Saute until tender.
Turn down to medium heat,
and add the flour. Stir and
cook for 2 minutes. I suggest
using a stop watch. Don't
want to go 2 minutes and 2
seconds, egad, you might
spoil the whole thing. Add the
remaining ingredients into
the skillet;,mix it well so it's
not lumpy. If you're a sour
cream lover, you might add
more. Be sure to add more
bouillon and sauerkraut and
do lots of thigh lifts. Pour all
of it over the chops and bake
45 minutes to 1 hour. The top
should look golden (not white
and lumpy like my thighs)
when ready. The alcohol is
burned off during cooking,
but not if you're drinking
what's left in the bottle. You
can serve the sauce over
mashed potatoes, pasta or rice
to add even more calories if
you're trying to pork up your
player (unless you're a
Swanson, then you'll need the
entire pig.)

Apple Crisp
(Martha Stachitis. mother of
quarterback Ted Stachitis)

6 medium apples, Granny
Smith are best
three-quarters'cup dark
brown sugar
one-half cup all purpose
three-quarters cup Quaker
one-half cup butter
Set oven at 350 degrees.
Lightly grease an 8%o round
pan. Cut apples into quarters,
peel and cut out core. Slice
thin and place in pan. Mix
oats, sugar, flour and butter
until consistency of cookie
batter. Put mixture over
apples. Bake for 35 minutes
until apples are bubbly and
oatmeal topping appears crisp.
Serve with vanilla ice cream, if
desired. Recipe can be doubled
and baked in a rectangular


The Beaches Branch Library,
600 N. Third St., Neptune
Beach, offers a" variety of chil-
dren's activities. For informa-
tion, call 241-1411.
Children's Programs
*Family Preschool &
Storytime, 0-5, Thursdays at
10:30 a.m. Will be held at 10:30
a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 21.
*Toddler Time, 19 months-3
years, Wednesdays at 10:30 a.m.
*Mother Goose Storytime,
birth-19 months, Wednesdays
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*Preschool Storytime, 3-5
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at 11 a.m.
Teen Programs
*Family Board Game Day will
be held from 2:30-4:30 p.m.
Nov. 24. Games to be played
include checkers, chess,
Candyland and Battleship.
Adult Programs
*Sports film series, Thursdays
at 6 p.m.
Nov. 15, "Talladega Nights"
Nov. 29, "Glory Road"
Fresh popcorn provided.

Lurns: Teacher of year

cont. from A-8
Jacksonville in search of her
first teaching position and was
offered a job at Mayport
Elementary. She has since
earned a master's in education
from the University of North
She spends much of her free
time giving back to the com-
munity. In her volunteer work
through the City Rescue
Mission she tutors people who
are studying to earn their GED.
At Beaches Resource Center,
she helps to connect families
with the resources they may
need through the center which
helps students and families
struggling with non-academic
barriers. The center offers a
myriad of services such as
counseling and financial assis-
Although Mayport
Elementary is an A-rated

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scores, Lurns said many of her
students are behind.
"The FCAT is unfortunate
because these children are not
in good shape," Lurns said.
She agrees that teachers and
schools need to be account-
able, but she said students
need to learn the basics before
they can move on to literary
elements that she said she is
required to teach.
Lurns said Mayport
Elementary Principal Dr.
Nancy Bragan is supportive of
the teachers and staff at
"I've had a good experience
working here," Lurns said.
"There is a lot of pressure on
all of us to make the grade, but
our principal lets us teach and
I think that has made me a bet-
ter teacher. I need to be in the
classroom. That's my calling."

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Shelby's Chic Boutique has moved

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Shelby's Chic Boutique has recently
relocated from Beach Boulevard to
1058 Third Street North (behind
Harry's), and you'll want to follow
this boutique to their new home.
Now open in this convenient strip
center, Shelby's is a growing ladies'
consignment boutique with just what
you need this time of year.
It's a family business for mother
Melinda "Lindy" Rheaume and her
daughter Jessica Woods. Raised at the
Beach, Jessica is a graduate of Fletcher
who wanted to have a business here.
"She has the personality to work with
people," Lindy says, and you will
benefit from her helpful approach as
you shop for fashions. She dreams of
building this business fortthe future
when Shelby, the daughter and
granddaughter of the owners, will
take over.
On your first visit you will enjoy
the wide selection of clothes for
women of all ages. Jessica is working
especially to build a collection for
teen and young adults, so they can
benefit from the savings of shopping
consignment. This boutique has what
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help you with more casual attire
whether your preference is for jeans,
capri pants or slacks. There are some
really lovely sweaters including
dressy styles to take you anywhere.
Lindy and Jessica have created a

very pleasant environment where
you can shop without having to push through
tightly packed racks or mismatched items. One
example is the "waterfall rack" of blouses which
presents the shop's selection in an attractive, easy
to see way. Sections of the store are devoted to each
type of clothing, so you can direct your attention
to just one thing you might need today, or put
together ensembles.
"You can come in today for a shirt you need for this
evening," Lindy says, then another day shop for an
outfit or work and_,l,%ys much less." That's
the beauty of a consignment boutique. You can find
clean, stylish name-brand items and pay less to dress,
well. New fall and winter selections are arriving. dily,
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Lindy expressed appreciation to Penelope's, a long-
time consignment shop at the Beaches which closed
recently. "When she knew she was closing, she direct-
ed her consigners to me, and that was a wonderful
start. We thank her."
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Fashion Show for Saturday, December 1.

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Lindy and Jessica have is to support local friends and
artists. Take the time to look at the clever signs that
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ly (left) on Sunday at the
ninth annual Veterans Day
Ceremony of the Ponte
Vedra Valley Cemetery on
Palm Valley Road in Ponte
Vedra Beach. During open-
ing ceremonies, a proces-
sion was led by members of
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Panthers return to state's Final Four

For the second straight year,
the Nease High volleyball team
is heading to Lakeland for the
state semifinals.
The Panthers didn't get there
without a fight from regional
opponent Bishop Moore,
The Hornets kept the
Panthers close for three games
despite losing 29-27, 25-18, 25-
23 in the regional finals for the
second straight year.
Nease barely got through the
first game with the Hornets,
who had rallied from a seven-
point deficit and blew three
game points, but had an easier
time in the second and third
games after some adjustments
head coach Dawn Madden said
the team had to make.
"The referees changed our
game plan," Madden said.
"They didn't let us play power
volleyball, which is completely
"I think we adjusted enough
to get past them. I don't think
they were able to handle our
adjustments. We just did What
we had to do to get there."
Asked if their original game
plan would have been better,
Madden didn't need to think
"I think it would have been a
bigger spread," she said. "I
wouldn't say it gave us a better
chance to win, but we would've
won by a bigger margin."
The Panthers won by
enough to send them to
Lakeland for a state semifinal
match against Lemon Bay,
from Englewood.
'Paige DePriest led the
Panthers with a double-double
(10 kills, 13 digs), adding two
blocks to her stats.
Kristen Adkison recorded
eight kills, nine service points
and four digs in the win.
Holland Hoefnagel added four
kills and scored 11 service
points, a team-high.
Jordan Cangelosi, who
recorded a season-high 26 serv-
ice points against Belleview last
week, added
eight points
against the ------
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Cierra nice as a
Pillsbury nc
recorded 23 when you're
digs and like a dream
Sherman had state tournL
27 assists and feeling is so
10 digs.
The win after that la
gives the were like, '
Panthers. were '
another shot to State!' It
at the state in yet, though
title, one they
felt they ------.. .
missed out on
last season
after losing to PaigS
eventual state Panthers ou
Gibbons in the state semi
"Last year we had a really
Strong team and we do so this
year," Madden said. "The dif-
ference in our favor is that this
is our second year going, so
we're not going to be going in
naive and big-eyed, we know
what it takes to get there now
and we should be confident
when we get there."
"Last year, we played our
biggest game the semifinals.
We want the best game we
play to be finals this year, not
the semifinals."

Photos by ROB DeANGELO
ABOVE: Nease High's Wesley Anne Barden (4) celebrates with her teammates following last Saturday's three-game victory over Orlando Bishop Moore in the
regional championships. The Panthers will next travel to Lakeland for the Class 4A state semifinal against Lemon Bay on Friday at 4 p.m.
BELOW: Panthers' outside hitter Paige DePriest hits the floor to save the ball against Bishop Moore. DePriest led the Panthers with 10 kills and 13 digs in the match.

For senior DePriest, the
opportunity to get another
shot at winning a state cham-
pionship is a dream come true.
"I am so excited," DePriest
said. "It was nice as a junior,'
but when you're a.senior it's
like a dream to go to the state
tournament. The feeling is so
sur.real;Goinginto-it, all you
think about is
this one game.
.............................. "A after th at
last point we
cited. It was were like,
junior, but 'We're going
to State!' It
a senior it's hasn't sunk in
to get to the yet, though."
iment. The another senior
surreal ... who was a big
part of last
st point, we year's team, is
Ne're going just happy to
be this far in
hasn't sunk the playoffs.
h. "I was a lit-
tle nervous
S-................... ..... before this
game, but I'm
excited now,"
DePriest she said. "It's
side hitter awesome. I
'")' ..'"' 'knew we were
going to be
good, but I wasn't sure we were
gong to get this far."
The Panthers, ranked fifth in
Class 4A, meet a strong, sixth-
ranked Lemon Bay, who
advanced with a win over
Arcadia Desoto County Sat. in
On the other side of the
bracket, top-ranked Jensen
Beach, who lost to Nease earli-
er this season in a tournament,
defeated Cardinal Gibbons, set-
ting up a match with fourth-
ranked Bishop Kenny, who
swept the Panthers in two
matches this season.

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The Panthers are confident
they still have a chance to win
it all, even with the possibility
of setting up a North Florida
showdown with the Crusaders
n the state finals, given both
teams win Friday.

"We're more consistent and
we're smarter than we were last
year," DePriest said. "Last year,
we were good and well bal-
anced but this year we're going
for it. We're going all out.
We're excited and we're going

to do the best we can. We
don't think it'll be easier the'
get to the finals, but we defi-
nitely think we can get there
and get it done. We have a
good chance. We're so

Pillsbury thinks it'll be all
about the team's focus. "I think
we have a good chance if we
can keep our focus," she said.
The Panthers face the Manta
Rays Friday at 4 p.m. at the
Lakeland Center.

Fletcher eyeing first round of playoffs

Senators running back Deschion Baskerville in action last week.

If Deschion Baskerville Wanted to make a
statement on who the area's top running
back is, he spelled it in capital letters and
punctuated it with an exclamation point
last Friday night at Wolfson High School.
Baskerville, a junior, rushed for a season-
high 301 yards on 33 carries in the
Senators' final game of the regular season,
a 28-14 win over the Wolfpack.
The speedy Fletcher running back ended
his 10-game regular season campaign with
1,601 yards, second only to Sandalwood's
Darryl Richardson who rushed for 1,625
this season.
The win gives Fletcher (8-2) some added
confidence heading into its playoff game at
Niceville, some 320 miles west of the
It also means the Senators are the
Gateway Conference champions for the
fourth time in head coach Joe Reynolds'

"This has been a great year for these
guys, a great team," Reynolds said follow-
ing the game. "We never expected any of ,
"We're Gateway Conference champs.
We're going to playoffs this week. We really
redeemed ourselves after last week (loss to
Bartram Trail)."
The Senators, who boast one of the top
rushing attacks in North Florida, pounded.
the ball on their opening drive, throwing
just one pass on the drive and capping it
off with a 14-yard run by Tony Carswell,
his first score of the season.
"Coach came out and told me it's the
last time playing them," Carswell said. "I
went to the huddle and told all the under-
classmen 'It's my last time playing here,
let's take it to the house for me.'"
Wolfson, which beat Fletcher at Jack
Taylor Stadium in the Preseason Classic 13-
0, responded with some trickery on its first
play from scrimmage when quarterback

Fabian Dawkins connected with Devonte
Rosborough on a 10-yard pass. Rosborough
then flipped the ball to Noah Wilmot, who
raced 60 yards up field deep into Senator
Wolfson's Rashaad Mayes fumbled on
the next play with Fletcher recovering.
After the ensuing drive stalled,
Rosborough fumbled Cory Franklin's punt
and the Senators recovered on their own
Carswell capped the drive with a two-
yard run, his second touchdown of the
game and season. Carswell finished with
40 yards on eight carries for the Senators.
Wolfson's lone highlight of the first half
was Anthony Rose's 23-yard interception
return off Jake Medlock for a score.
"We played great on defense tonight,"
Reynolds said.
Fletcher's defense continued to hold
Wolfson at bay, forcing the Wolfpack to
turn the ball over on downs on the first
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The snapper were biting over the weekend

The snapper paid off well
for those who could get
out over the weekend.
The creeks are producing
excellent catches of reds and
trout, and the flounder fish-
ing in the river has never
been better.
Capt. Scott Reynolds and
guests on the "King Neptune"
fought choppy seas both
Saturday and Sunday but it
seemed to have really paid
off. The Regency Church
group fished aboard the
"Neptune" on Saturday and
returned with 37 snapper to

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23 pounds, five grouper to 14
pounds, two kings and a

good catch of smaller beelin-
ers and sea bass.
On Sunday the guests came
off with 16 snapper to seven
pounds, four grouper to 25
pounds, four sharks and a
good catch of sea bass.
Lowell Breeding on his
"PK's Mistake" with Rex
Ledford, Jody Knight and
Jack Bell fished the party
grounds last week and pulled
up eight snapper and three
grouper. They also had sever-
al snapper too short to keep.
Most local anglers know by
now that Capt. Dennis Young
has taken over as the new

manager of Mayport Marine.
He can be reached at 246-
8929. He will, of course, con-
tinue his charter business.
Capt. Dennis made only
one trip. last week and that
was with Jim and Joe Ryan
and friends. They caught six
snapper, three grouper and a
cooler full of sea bass and
The cooler weather has
fired up the trout and red
bass and the flounder haven't
let up a bit.
George Bull Jr. from his
"Bionic Bull" had an awe-
some Friday trip. He caught
37 trout and 14 reds. Most on
the high water as it began to
Last Monday Capt. Dave
Sipler came home with 15
speckled trout,one 27 inch
red and a dozen mangrove
Larry "Fishman" Finch
filled his cooler with his
limit of flounder on Monday,
Tuesday and Wednesday and
on Friday at the jetties
picked up a dozen
sheepshead, seven black
drum and lots of big croak-
SGeorge Atelevich caught 10
flounder along the river bank
last Wednesday.
Tommy Yates fished the
surf over the weekend for a
good catch of whiting and
Veteran jetty guide Fred
Morrow dropped live fiddlers
along the rocks last Saturday
morning from the "LIttle
Yvonne." Frank Pixler and
Ali Zolmor were Fred's guests
and they iced down 15
sheepshead to six and a half
Capt. Dave Sipler, with
Shannon and Natalie from
Texas, last Monday caught 16
speckled trout and several
dozen croakers.
Troy Hutto and friend
Bubba teamed up last
Monday along the river bank
and pulled 20 flounder out
of the mud. Their largest fish
weighed five pounds and all
were caught with mud min-
nows and finger mullet.
Capt. Mike Morris just
couldn't stay home as the

weather cooled. He fished
Monday and Tuesday in the
creeks toward Nassau Sound
and caught 30 speckled trout
an just as many reds on each
trip. Great fishing.
James Gergley fished his
favorite creeks last Tuesday
morning and caught 17 reds
to 25 inches, 12 speckled
trout, six drum and three
On Wednesday, James,
with buddies Jonathan
Moran and Chuck, tried for
the flat ones and caught 15
weighing up to five pounds.
Walter Harris led the fish-
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brought 20 whiting over the
rail. Others caught a few
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pompano and flounder but
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Heisman? Maybe. Back of the Year? Clearly

regardless of whether he
will rank high in the
eisman Award chase, let
this be among the first to nom-
inate Tim Tebow for collegiate
Back of the Year. As a sopho-
more, he won't get such recog-
nition, but at least he should
stand out over the rest of the
Southeastern Conference.
The only thing holding the
Florida quarterback is that his
team has been defeated three
times at least to date. But
consider that the last three
Gators games have been played
with Tebow nursing a bad right
shoulder. And in spite of that,
Florida still leads the SEC in
points scored 305 with
the closest competitor being
LSU, the West leader with 209.
Tebow's Gators lead overall
with 413 points scored, or an
average of 41.3 per game this
Skeptics might say the for-
mer Nease High star has had
plenty of help from teammate
Percy Harvin and they would
be right. Last Saturday, howev-
er, in one of his prime games
of the season against South
Carolina and former Gators
coach Steve Spurrier, Tebow
was almost the entire offense
Without Harvin to lean on,
all the sensational sophomore
did was pass for two touch-
downs and run for five more in
a 51-31 rout of the Gamecocks.
The victory kept Florida alive
in the SEC East race.
Anyone who can account for
seven touchdowns in one
game is some kind of super star


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regardless of whether he is a
sophomore or not. How many
seniors hit paydirt seven time's
a game?
This isn't to say Tebow is a

one-man team. No quarterback
on Earth can pass for scores
without able receivers and he
has that in a package headed
by Andre Caldwell, who is
among UF's all-timers in the
receiving department.
But if Tebow isn't a one-man
band, he comes mighty close.
When the left-hander comes
out of the pocket and starts to
chum up field, all eyes are on
him. It may be that he will set
an NCAA record for a quarter-
back rushing and pitching.
There are others in the SEC
this year worthy of considera-
tion for Back of the Year.
Georgia's Knowshon Moreno
will certainly qualify; without
him, it's doubtful the Dawgs
would have whipped Florida
last month in Jacksonville.
Georgia did the trick on
Aubum in a shocker, 45-20, on
Saturday and Moreno was one
of the main reasons. Against
the heretofore awesome Tiger
defense, Moreno rushed for
101 yards and two touch-
downs. If Tebow has a close
rival for Offensive Man of the
Year, it has to be the Bulldogs'
The victories by Florida and
Georgia over the weekend kept
SEC crown hopes alive for fans
of both teams.

Jags earn a big AFC South
victory as Taylor eclipses
10,000-yard rushing mark
Meanwhile, great things
were happening up in
Nashville, where the off-and-
on Jaguars were getting the
best of their favorite playmates,
the Tennessee Titans, 28-13.


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ketball at the Winston Family ticket office located in the * * *
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for children ages 4 to 7 of all schedule is as follows: ry over Orange Park last
skill levels. Fee for members is Nov. 18 vs. San Diego, 1 p.m. Thursday night.
$65 and $105 for program par- Nov. 25 vs, Buffalo, 1 p.m. Taylor Hayes netted a pair of
ticipants. Dec. 9 vs. Carolina, 1 p.m. goals for Fletcher, while team-
The Premier League is for Dec. 23 vs. Oakland, 1 p.m. mates Sam Lance and Carolina
children ages 8 to 16 and is a For more information, fans Lencina added goals.
competitive travel program can visit or phone The win was the Senators'
playing games against other 633-2000 (press 2). first of the season as the team
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and 15, with games beginning until Nov. 15. last week. On Thursday, the
Dec. 13 and 14. NFL Youth Flag Football is Panthers defeated Port Orange
To register, visit the Y at 170 for children ages 5 to 16 of all Atlantic, 11-0.
Landrum Lane in Ponte Vedra. skill levels. Games begin Goal scorers included Nick
Payment must be made at the January 5. Duncan (2), Chris Beyette 12I,
time of registration. Registration fee for YMCA Joe McKinley, Fernando Dufloo
members is $65 or $105 for (2), Jay Shepherd, Filip l ano\.
Beaches Basketball non-members who wish to David Vargas and Jordan
League participate in the program. To Barbour.
A beaches basketball league register, stop by the YMCA at On Saturday, Nease fought
is open to boys and girls 3 170 Landrum Lane in Ponte Bolles to a 2-all draw. Ivanov
years old through 5th grade. Vedra Beach to fill out an scored the Panthers' first goal
The league starts December 29 enrollment form. Payment and A.J. Nelson converted a
and runs through Saturday, must be made in full at time of penalty kick for the team's
March 1. registration, other score.
Play consists of an eight- With the win and the tie,
game season and all players Fitness Camps Nease moved to 2-0-1 on the
receive a T-shirt, trophy and Registration is now open for season.

For more information or an
application, visit beachesbas- or phone Tommy
Hulihan at 349-2611.

Christmas Sports
A sports camp will take place
at St. Paul's School during the
Christmas break. Camp will
take place in two sessions:
December 20-21 (cost is $50)
and Dec. 26-28 (cost is $75).
Campers will participate in
team sports and age-appropri-
ate activities like basketball,
flag football, kick ball, tag
games and more. On Fridays,
all campers will receive a T-
shirt, have pizza and go to
Beach Bowl for bowling.
For more information and an
application, visit beachesbas- or phone Tommy
Hulihan at 349-2611.

Cross Country
Fletcher High's Alex Schanen
finished third in last Saturday's
Region 1-4A cross country
championships Saturday at
Santa Fe Community College.
Schanen's time of 16:19.34
earned the senior a trip to the
state championship meet
Saturday at Little Everglades
Ranch in Dade City.
The Nease High girls cross
country team finished fifth in
last Saturday's Region 1-3A
meet and will compete for the
state title.
The Panthers' Bailee
Hedstrom ran 19:48.87 to earn
a fifth-place finish.

Jaguars Tickets
Jacksonville Jaguars single
game tickets are now on sale.
The tickets can be purchased
three different ways: By log-
ging on to, by

Beach Girls Fitness, an outdoor
fitness program for women of
all fitness levels.
The involves a
total body workout designed
to help women lose weight,
gain energy and boost self-
Camps take place Mondays,
Wednesday and Fridays from
5:30 a.m. until 6:45 a.m.
For more information phone
Pushpa Duncklee at 403-9568.
or visit

Three players from Judo Ryu
Jacksonville dojo in Atlantic
Beach traveled to Atlanta
recently to compete in the
senior and masters U.S. Open.
Hiram Cruz earned a silver in
the senior 55 kg. division los-
ing in the final. To reach the
final, Cruz threw his first oppo-
nent with a shoulder throw for
an instant win, then pinned
his second opponent.
John Fiege competed in the
senior division and placed
fifth in the open weight cate-
In the masters (over 30 years
old) division, Roland Garcia
placed third in the 81 kg. cate-
gory and open weight division
fighting for a total of seven
For more information on
judo classes or Saturday open
mat sessions, contact John
Fiege at 241-4112.

The Fletcher High boys soc-
cer team earned a 6-2 victory
ober Orange Park last Thursday
Junior midfielder Sean Tracy
led the way for the Senators
with three goals, while Cabe
Nolan added a pair of goals
and Nick November rounded
out Fletcher's scoring.

Wrestlers from Fletcher and
Nease turned in some good
performances during last week-
end's Oceanside Bank
Preseason Classic at Fletcher
High School.
The Senators defeated
Stanton, 74-6. Fletcher junior
Cameron Butts and senior Nick
SDalcero each pinned two
wrestlers in the first round.
Sophomore Lance Cote a so
stepped up to earn a victory.
Nease topped Sandalwood,
48-24. The Panthers' Christian
D'Allesandro defeated
Sandalwood state qualifier Alex
Bolcot, 8-3. David Bell, Steven
SVaughn, Brian Bell, Eric
Ketcham and Julian Syna n
earned pinfall wins for Nease.
Nease and Fletcher then
squared off in the champi-
onship match and battled to a
39-39 draw, with the Panthers
being declared the winner \ia
most falls.
Nease's D'Allesandro, David
Bell, Vaughn, Brian Bell, Mitch
Eddy and Teddy Hughes each
notched pins in the match,
while Fletcher grapplers earned
a total of five victories via pin-
falls or forfeits.
According to Senators head
coach Roy Fallon, referees con-
sulted the rule book to deter-
mine a winner after the 39-all
draw. The margin of victory
was the Panthers' six pins com-
pared the the Senators' fi e.
An extra point was added to
Nease's total, giving the
Panthers a 40-39 champi-
onship win.
Sandalwood beat Stanton,
43-20, in the consolation
In the overall standings,
Nease placed first just ahead of
Fletcher, with Sandalwood in
thrid and Stanton taking the
fourth spot.

University of Florida quarterback Tim Tebow looks for the referee's signal as he's tackled close to
the goal line against Georgia October 27. Tebow scored on the next play.

What is sweeter for
Jacksonville than the Jaguars
beating up on coach Jeff Fisher
and the Titans? To put icing on
that cake, there was good old
Fred Taylor reaching the
10,000 yard mark in NFL rush-
ing. Ten thousand yards ain't
no child's play, people. Not
even Byron Leftwich ever made
10,000 yards either front-


ward or backward.
And the best part was it all
happened in the Titans' back-
yard. Maybe if the game had
been played here, at Muni.
Stadium, which Fisher says is
Tennessee's second home, the
Titans might have had a
The Fighting Del Rios come
home Sunday after a tough

three-week road trip and it will
be interesting to see if Fred and
his mates get the welcome they
deserve. Maybe we can give
them their own Palm Sunday
The Jaguars are still in the
AFC playoff race, and Yogi
SBerra's immortal axiom comes
to mind: "It ain't over 'til it's

Lite 96.1 FM WEJZ
"Thanks for Giving"
Blood Drive

Join Lite 96.1 FM WEJZ and The Blood Alliance for the 4th annual "Thanks for Giving"
Blood Drive on Monday, November 19th from 11:00 am to 7:00 pm in the parking lot of
the Lite 96.1 FM studios located at 6440'Atlantic Blvd. The first 75 people who register
to donate blood will receive two free tickets to The Florida Ballet performance of "The
Nutcracker". Plus, all donors will have a chance to enter to win one of 4 pair of tickets
to the January 1st Konica Minolta Gator Bowl at Alltel Stadium. For information call
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Wednesday, Nov. 14
Cookware event: The
Hospital Auxiliary of Baptist
Medical Center Beaches will
hold a T-Fall Cookware event
from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the
hospital lobby. The public is

Ribault Garden Club: Lisa
LeMee of LeMee Florist will will
present "Fall into the Season" at
10 a.m. at the Ribault Garden
Club's "Fun with Flowers."
Reservations are a must and can
be made by calling 273-8053.
Cost is $15, and attendees are
asked to bring clippers. The
Ribault Garden Club is at 705
2nd Ave. N., Jacksonville Beach.

Newcomers: Newcomers of
the Beaches, an organization
for women who are new to the
area, holds its monthly lunch-
eon at 11 a.m. at the Casa
Marina, 691 1st St. N.,
Jacksonville Beach. Emily Lisska
of the Jacksonville Historical
Society is the speaker. The price
for the luncheon is $20. Call
Bonnie Lynch at 904-821-9002
for information.

NARFE: National Active and
Retired Federal Employees,
Chapter 1671, meets at noon at
Golden Corral restaurant,
14035 Beach Blvd. Visitors are
welcome. Call 221-7644.

Family Fun Hour: Guana
Tolomato Matanzas National
Estuarine Research Reserve
hosts a Family Fun Hour from
2-3 p.m. "Little Skink's Tail," by
Janet Halfmann, will be the fea-
tured tale, which will be fol-
lowed by a creative craft activi-
ty for participants to take
home. The event is open to the
public, including large groups;
however, children ages 3-10
must be accompanied by a par-
ent. Participation is free, but
registration is required by con-
tacting the GTMNERR at 904-
823-4500. All materials will be

Thursday, Nov. 15
Sawgrass Women: The
Sawgrass Players Club Women's
Association meets at 10 a.m. at
the Ponte Vedra Library. Harry
Nicol, Glenmoor's executive
chef, is the guest speaker.

'kinwiis Club- The Kiwanis
Club of Jaickson\ille Beaches
meets at noon at Selva Marina
Country Club. The speaker will
be attorney EdBooth, whose
program will be "Local
Aviation." The cost for non-
members is $15. For informa-
tion, call Neil Powell at 343-
3571 or visit www.beacheskiwa-

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Employees and their fami-
lies are not eligible to play.
Judges' decision is figal.

Dr. Ysaye Barnwell will be fea-
tured with the Jacksonville
Children's Chorus in "A
Community in Song" Tuesday,
Nov. 20, at 7 p.m. at Terry
Concert Hall, Jacksonville
University, 2800 University
Blvd. N. Admission is $20. Call
346-1636 for ticket informa-

Art and Music: Art and
Music will be featured at the
Cultural Center at Ponte Vedra
Beach, 50 Executive Way, from
6 to 8 p.m., with a wine and
hors d'oeuvres reception at 6
p.m. The event is free for mem-
bers of the Cultural Center, and
$10 for non-members. Call 904-
280-0614 for information.

Republican Club: The River
City Republican Club will meet
at 7 p.m. at the Florida Builders
Association Meeting Room,
Suite 100, 103 Century 21
Drive, Jacksonville. Social time
with refreshments starts at 6
.m. The meeting is open to
Republican voters only. Call
Rick Hartley at 608-0129 or
398-5141, or Doris Crout at
249-9906, for information.

Look Homeward, Angel:
"Look Homeward, Angel" will
be performed at 7:30 p.m.
through Nov. 17 at the Douglas
Anderson School of the Arts,
2445 San Diego Road,
Jacksonville, on the at the main
stage theatre. Tickets are $12.
Call 346-5620, extension 122,
-for information... .n .

'Ordfinary Germans and tlhe
Holocaust': Daniel Goldhagen,
author of the No. 1 internation-
al bestseller "Hitler's Willing
Executioners: Ordinary
Germans and the Holocaust,"
will discuss his book at 7:30
p.m.. at the University Center

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3. Kansas City-at Indianapolis
4. Washington at Dallas
5. Miami at Philadelphia

1. Kentucky at Georgia
2. Maryland at Florida State
3. Duke at Notre Dame
4. Ohio State at Michigan
5. Louisville at South Florida

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Banquet Hall on the University
of North Florida campus. This
lecture, which is free, is part of
the Distinguished Voices
Inquiry and Insight Lecture
Series. Tickets can be ordered
online at Click
on the Fall 2007 Lectures link.

"Me and My Girl": Fletcher
High School presents the musi-
cal comedy "Me and My Girl"
at 8 p.m. Nov. 15, 16 and 17 in
the school auditorium. Tickets
are $10 for adults, and $7 for
students and seniors. Tickets
may be purchased at the door.
The school is located at 700
Seagate Ave. in Neptune Beach.

Friday, Nov. 16
Open House for
Community Hospice: An open
house for Community Hospice
of Northeast Florida's newest
inpatient facility on the Mayo
campus will be held from 10
a.m.-2 p.m. The event, at 4715
Worrall Way, is the Anne &
Donald McGraw Center for
Caring Open House. The new
16-bed, 27,000-square-foot
facility will help meet the needs
of Community Hospice
patients in south Jacksonville,
the Beaches and northwestern
St. Johns County.

Club Mexicali: Fleet Reserve
Association Branch 290 hosts a
'"Club Mexicali Pork Chop
Dinner" from 5-8 p.m. at the
Branch Home, 390 Mayport
Road, Atlantic Beach. A dona-
tion of $8 is requested for each
dinner. Carry-out orders are
accepted. The public is always
invited to dinner. Starting at 9
p.m., the music of Doug Bracey
will entertain until 1 a.m.

Single Greatest Night: The
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation's
"Single Greatest Night" will be
held at the Sawgrass Marriott
Resort. For information, contact
North Florida Cystic
Fibrosis Foundation at 904-733-
3560 or visit

Fall Gala: The 8th Annual
Seaside Playgarden Fall Gala &
Silent Auction will be held from
7 to 10 .m. at 202 2nd St. N.,
Jacksonville Beach. For informa-
tion, call Joyce at 247-1314 or e-

Saturday, Nov. 17
Discovery Art for Adults:
Guana Tolomato Matanzas
National Estuarine Research
Reserve hosts an adult art class
from 9 a;m.-1 p.m. The class,
which is suitable for the begin-
ning as well as intermediate-

Beach Blvd.
A wide variety of crafts will
be available, and there will
also be food and baked goods.
The proceeds from this
event will help several non-
profit organizations.
Take advantage of the
opportunity to get your holi-
day shopping done early.

level artist, will provide tools
and techniques, with a focus on
the drawing of butterflies and
marsh scenes. The instructor is
local artist Jean Drayovitch.
Cost to attend is $45, payable in
advance. Attendees should
bring a brown bag lunch. Space
is limited. Call 904-635-0941 to
reserve a seat.

Parliamentarians: The First
Coast Parliamentarians meet .at
10:15 a.m. at the Ponte Vedra
Branch Library, 101 Library
Blvd., Ponte Vedra Beach.,
Visitors are welcome. Call
Bernice Kamerling at 223-1314
or Carl Bloesing at 285-2458 for

Seven Bridges Ride: The
eighth Seven Bridges Ride to
benefit Dreams Come True will
be hosted by Big Bike
Motorcycle, 3842 Sunbeam
Road, at 11 a.m. The ride ends at
Seven Bridges Grille & Brewery.
Call Big Bike Motorcycle at 904-
262-2453 or visit www.dream- for information.

SCBWI: The Society of
Children's Book Writers &
Illustrators (SCBWI) meets from
1-3 p.m. at the Southeast
Regional Library, 10599
Deerwood Park Blvd. The local
author and illustrator team,
Hank and Jan Racer, will walk
attendees through their first
year with a published book,
"Marky The Barking Bullfrog."
For information, contact Janet
Walter at

Prime Ribs: Fleet Reserve
Association Branch 290 hosts a
"Prime Rib Dinner" from 5-8
p.m. at the Branch Home, 390
Mayport Road, Atlantic Beach.
A donation of $12 is requested
for each dinner. Carry-out
orders are accepted. The public
is invited to dinner. Starting at 9
p.m., the music of Doug Bracy
will entertain until 1 a.m.

MarshFest 2007: Celebrate
the intracoastal marshes at
Dutton Island Preserve from 9
a.m. to 4 p.m. at this festival free
to the public and proceeds from
raffles and sales will go toward
preserving the marsh. Rain date
is Saturday, Dec. 1st.
Environmentalists will guide
water and land tours of the
mafrhlands and "isliid' frofnh'
9:00 to 3:15. Folk, bluegrass.andF7
Americana music will accompa-
ny food and drink. Yoga, art and
other activities will be available.
First Coast Plein Air Painters will
paint marsh scenery while you



Extension service holiday
Holiday programs will be
held at the University of
Florida Cooperative Extension
Office, 1010 N. McDuff Ave.
The programs will be present-
ed at 10 a.m. and repeated at
6:45 p.m. Each class costs $81.
Reservations, which are need-
ed, can be made one week
prior to each program by call-
ing the Extension Office at
"Gifts from the Holiday
Kitchen" will be presented
Nov. 19, and "Holiday
Hospitality at its Best" will be
held Nov. 27.

Incredible Edibles
St. Paul's by the Sea's 12th
annual "Incredible Edibles"
holiday sale will be held
Saturday, Nov. 17, from 8
a.m.-2 p.m. at the church, 465
11th Ave. S., Jacksonville
The sale will feature home-
made food, crafts, books, col-
lectibles, boutique items and
themed gift baskets. The
French Cafe will serve coffee
and beignets in the morning
and a light lunch after 11 a.m.
For information, call the
church office at 249-4091.

Craft fair planned
The Council of Catholic
Women of Blessed Trinity
Catholic Church is holding its
annual Craft Fair from 9 a.m.
to 6 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 17, in
the church hall at 10472

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42 SAILFISH Dr, PVB. 1700sf. home,
with 3BR/2BA. New air/ New carpet. Large
remodeled Florida room. $279,900. Call
SUNDAY 11AM-2PM. Atlantic Bch, 1861
Beachside Ct. 1883sf, 3BR/ 2BA split bed-
rooms, Ig livingroom, dining room w/ frplc.,
eat-in-kit., outdoor hot & cold shower, in-
side laundry sink & closet, scr. porch &
patio, French doors to patio, double gar.
w/ lots of closets. Short walk to the beach
w/ neighborhood walkover to Beach Ave.
$550,000. 249-2268 or 651-9081.

JAX BEACH, 3BR/2BA, new carpet & win-
dows. Pool, A/C, & new plumbing.
$379,000. 1928 10th St. N. (904)338-
PONTE VEDRA, TPC Sawgrass, Bermu-
da Court, 2BR/2BA. $60K renovation:
granite counter tops, new cabinets,
249,900, 655-5990.
ATLANTIC BEACH, 281 Pine St., 1392
sqft., 3/2, 1car garage, fenced yard, stone
fireplace, 2 decks, new roof, new siding,
screened porch, new plumbing. 5 blocks
to ocean. $389,900. (904)759-8860.
3 or 4 bedrooms, 2 fully remodeled baths,
tile & hardwood floors throughout, approx.
1700sf. Lg corner lot, fenced backyard, 2
car garage w/ basketball court. $339,000.

4BR/3BA builders custom home. 2985sf,
formal office, dining room & master suite,
beautiful landscaping & pool, Ig scr. lanai.
2.5 car gar. Listen to the ocean and walk
to the beach from this quiet cul-de-sac
home in newer neighborhood. Will consid-
er lease purchase. $699,000. 4% co-op.

3/2 TH, end unit, fenced yard, new AC,
quiet neighborhood, 447 Aquatic Dr.
$169,900, (904)708-6480.
$50,000 remodel. New roof, kitchen cabi-
nets, carpet, Travertine floors, crown
molding granite countertops. $249,900.
AT MAYO, 3/2/2, 1600sf, $249,000. Bring
all offers. Independent Brokers & Associ-
ates Inc. 247-4333 or 710-3111.
3BR/2BA, HARDWOOD floors, new car-
pet in bedrooms, large corner lot, will co-
op, $289,000, 904-553-2918.
ISLE OF Palms, JB; 3BR/2BA, 2 car ga-
rage. New: roof, appliances, carpet, paint
tile & A/C. Great location to the Beaches
and JTB. $244,000. 759-2349.
3BR/2BA townhouse, 1400sf, mint condi-
tion; financing available regardless of
credit. Zero money down. Zero points/
closing. Payments, $920/mo. includes
mortgage, taxes, & insurance. $159,900.
Call 333-4641.

PVB, FSBO, 2/2, Player's Club, Bermuda
Court. $239,900. Seller will pay $3K clos-
ing costs. (904)710-8418.

BEACH HOME $199,900 *
Very nice 3BR/2BA, 1car garage; light &
bright open floor plan. Fenced yard. Possi-
ble lease purchase. You'll be moving soon
if you just call June at Remax Advantage,
994-3608 or

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DIRECT OCEAN Front, 2/2, wonderful
deck, garage parking, fully furnished,
ocean front pool and elevator, monthly
rentals allowed, excellent rental history,
beautiful condo, $395,000, 601 S. 1st St.
Las Brisas. Thousands below market.
PVB, OCEAN Grove, 1BR/1BA, full amen-
ities, beach access. Financing available.
$129,900: 226-3968.
beach, Rent to own, $175,000.
2BR/2BA, on lake, fountain view, tile &
berber throughout. Amenities include:
pool, tennis, gym, club house, grounds
maintenance, trash & security/ gated com-
munity. 10 blocks to beach. Full offer to in-
clude 1 year prepaid dues $5000 back at
closing. $194,900. Call Maryanne

2BR/2BA w/bonus room, new carpet,
CH&A; fenced yard. Near ocean and Han-
na Park. 1158 Songbird Lane. $114,900.
280-2728, excellent rental history Iv. msg.
PVB- OCEAN Grove, 2BR/2BA, garage,
beach access, lake view, 1070sf. FSBO
$199,500. 904-221-8458.
Ponte Vedra Beach. 2BR/2BA w/garage.
1100sf. Lower unit. Newer tile, carpet and
paint throughout. 2. blocks from ocean.
Currently rented at $1100/mo. Can be pur-
chased with or without long-term tenant in
place. ONLY $185,000. (519)760-5442 or
Price reduced. FSBO, 2/2 remodeled con-
do, 1200sf, 1901 No. 1st St. New hurri-
cane windows/ door, pool, sauna, whirl-
pool, tennis, gym, on site manager, ga-
rage space. $469,900. Call Steve,
Price reduced. 2/2 remodeled.condo,
1440sf, 14750 Beach Blvd. Assigned float-
ing pier- accommodate 45ft boat at low
tide. Pool, clubhouse, waterfront gazebo.
Best price on intracoastal, $309,900. Call
Steve, (904)241-5434,,
WOLF CREEK, 2BR/2BA, ground level,
s/s appliances, W/D $159,900. Seller will
pay $3000 towards closing costs. Grace
Ellis, Owner/ agent. All Pro Realty Spe-
cialists Inc. (904)655-7923.
PVB, 2/2, Summerhouse, new, bottom
level, pool, W/D. $204,900. (904)710-8418

BEACHES* ICW*SS* JAX 2BR, PVB; Motivated! $195K; Walk to
BESTDEAL IN TOWN grocery, beach, golf, restaurants.
4/2, one owner, home lovingly maintained OCEAN FRONT 1BR/1BA, fully furnished,
in great location. Great in-ground pool w/ weekly rentals permitted, beautiful view,
screened cover. Tons of upgrades, ocean front pool, $245,000, great rental
$299,000. history, 241-0267.
BRAND NEW! OCEAN FRONT 2BR/1BA, fully fumished,
Immaculate 3/2, 2 car gar. Hardly lived in. weekly rentals pedrritted, ocean front pool
No-pet/ non-smoker home for those with and elevator, $295,000 firm, $40,000 be-
allergies. Huge fenced backyard, irrig. lowother Sand Piper units for sale. 731
system w/ separate meter, and all neutral S. 1st St. Jax Beach, 241-0267.
colors. $212,000. PONTE VEDRA, 1BR/1BA, oversized at-
STERLING RIDGE tached one car garage; travertine stone
Brand new- kitchen, flooring, paint, too floor, new kitchen cabinets w/granite
much to list. 3/2, 2 car gar. on huge lot. counters, vaulted ceilings, 12'x16' wood
Parking avail, for boat/ RV. $214,900. deck, $159,900, 463-0505.
2/2, w/ loft & private courtyard for enter-
taining. Close to base. Great deal at only
$110,00.. ESTONEnnc ne
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JAX BEACH, 1 block to ocean. 1BR/1BA
apartment. $775/mo. +$700/dep. 524
South 2nd St. 280-2728 Iv. msg.
APARTMENT FOR rent $725/mo Call
757-9699 evenings after 6:30pm..
4 BLOCKS to ocean, 220 4th St. S.
$500/mo. 904-891-0606.
JAX BEACHFRONT 2BR condo, no lease,
pet negotiable, $1350/mo. avail immed.
NEPTUNE BEACH, 1BR apartment,
CH&A, tile floors, WDHU, carport, 1.5
blocks to ocean, $850/mo., 246-3739.
pool side on scenic canal. $225 per week
includes cable, utilities Available now
NEPTUNE BCH, near ocean. Nice mod-
em well taken care of 2BR Apt. All amen-
ites, $980/mo. Also 1 BR Apt $775/mo.
2BR/1BA, W/D, private beach access,
750sf. $1400/mo. incl. util (904)487-4536.

1.5 blocks to ocean, studio, 1 & 2BR apts.
Pool & laundry room, $590/mo. & up.
241-2781 or 237-0552.
1 BR, balcony, good ocean view, ceramic
tile floors, walk-in closet, WDHU, assigned
parking. $900/mo. Ocean View,
160 7th Ave. N. 993-2555.
2BR/2BA, FRESH paint and tile, W/D in-
cluded. $800/mo. 343-1782.
JAX BEACH, 4 blocks to ocean, clean,
2BR/1BA, CH&A, ceiling fans, dishwash-
er, NO PETS. $760/mo. +$650/sec. dep.
Immediate occupancy. Ref's and credit
check required w/$25 application fee.
614 4th St. N. 254-7644.
1BR 1BA condo at The Palms at Marsh
Landing. Country Club amenities.
$850/mo. 616-6617.
HOUSE; in lovely Atlantic Beach on the
ocean, 2233 Seminole Road, #19. Availa-
ble 11/15/07. 2 large bedrooms, 1.5 baths,
wood floors, granite in kitchen, Travertine
patios. Walk out your living room door to
the beach. $1850/mo. Small pets negotia-
ble; No smoking. Call (904)424-7890, Jes-
2BR/2BA, MAYPORT Landing Town-
home, end unit. $750/mo. .+$700/dep.
280-2728 Iv. msg.
ATLANTIC BEACH, 2BR/2.5BA, garage,
WDHU, five blocks to Town Center &
beach, $1250/mo., (904)742-6423.
MOBILE HOMES. $525 to $575, on pri-
vate lots. Near Mayport Naval Station, no
dogs, 333-5579.
LARGE 1 bedroom. Excellent location. 2
blocks to ocean. Very clean. No Pets.
$675/mo. 642-1214 and 241-1219.
ATL BCH, Courtyards, 2/2, ceramic tile,
WDHU, $825/mo. TDO Management.
NEPTUNE BEACH, 1 block to beach.
New 2BR/2BA townhome, downstairs
w/patio. Wired for home security, handi-
cap accessible, WDHU. All new applian-
ces, garage. A Must Seel Ideally located
for walks to beach and town center. No
pets/ smoking. $1500/mo. +dep. includes
water). 904-246-7924.
ATLANTIC BEACH cottage, 1 block to
ocean, 1BR/2BA, all appliances included,
A/C. No pets. $1200/mo. with utility allow-
ance +$600/dep. Avail. 1/1/08. 241-5002
or 241-8228 after 6pm.

S. JAX Beach, 2 or 3 bedroom, 1BA,
CH&A, WDHU, 500ft from ocean,
$900/mo. 249-3630 or 673-0075.
ATLANTIC BCH 3BR/2BA home, next to
Russell Park, 5-1/2 blocks to beach, steps
to tennis courts & skate park, double ga-
rage, security system, large front & back
yard, tile throughout entire living space.
$1450/mo. 629-2628.

CH/A, WDHU. East of 1st St. $795-
$895/mo. 241-RENT, 733-3730.
JAX BEACH, 4 blocks to water, 416 3rd
Ave. So., 3BR/2.5BA, CH&A, WDHU,
$1250/mo., 891-0606.

1/2 BLOCK ocean, 2 or 3BR/1BA apart-
ment. $1200/mo. 249-3970.
JAX BEACH, 1 block to ocean,
3BR/1.5BA townhome, CH&A, patio &
deck, $1350/mo. +$1000/deposit. 520 So.
2nd St., 280-2728 leave message.
BEACH HAVEN; 3501 Claridge Rd.
2BR/1BA, new carpet, WDHU, large back
yard, $800/mo. 223-5149.
2/1 townhouse, W/D included, CH&A, ce-
ramic tile, approx. 900sf.405 14th Ave..
S., Unit C, Jax Bch. No pets. $825/mo,
$825/sec. dep. (904)343-9908.
OCEAN VIEW Apartment 1BR/1BA.
CH&A, newly renovated, dishwasher,
microwave. 127 7th Ave. N., Jax Beach.
No Pets. $895/mo. Lloyd (904)535-8844.
JAX BCH, Villas Marsh Landing, 2/2, up-
per flat, garage,. $1050/mo. TDO Man-
agement. 246-1125.
JAX BCH 2 BR Apt., short/ long term, fur-
nished/ unfurished near ocean, no pets,
$825/mo -$900/mo. 246-3130
JB, EAST of 3rd, 1BR in triplex, 750sqft.;
in-ground pool, all ceramic tile. Credit/
background checks.Free water, parking.
$815/mo, 247-3191. :
3BR/ 2.5BA townhouse, 1/2 block from
ocean: Atl Bch. Gar., $1575/mo. Call Rich
FURNISHED 2/1, newly remodeled, wash-
er/ dryer'incl., avail, now. 201 N. 9th St.
NEPTUNE BCH, 227 Magnolia, 2/1, car-
pet/tile, garage, $1000/mo. TDO Manage-
ment. 246-1125.
Spacious, 1500sf. Built 2003, New carpet
& tile. CH&A. WiD Easy bike to beach, 95
Dudley St., $950/mo. 1904)610-2743.
JAX BCH, 2/1 apt.. quiet area. $700'mo
plus deposit. No pets. Available now.
201 N. 9th St 993-2661.
JAX'BEACH, 2/1, downstairs, one block
ocean, WDHU, new carpel. No pets. Mili-
tary/ senior discount. $9951mo .$500 de-
posit. 1724 N. 1st St. #1,708-0731
1-1/2 BLOCKS to Ocean, 1stAve. South,
2BR/1BA. $775/mo., 1BR/1BA $600,
JAX BCH near ocean 28R unfurnished
apt., lease, references, $795/mo, 222 4th
Ave. So., 221-4134, 703-5518.

1st months free with average credit. Cozy
1BR, CH/A, oceanview. 130 10th Ave. N.
Credit check. Small pets ok. $700/mo.

NEAR ICW & Wonderwood, lease or
purchase, terms. Split 4BR, 1900sf, 194'
eep lot, new tile, carpet, paint, all apple ,
$1500/mo or $233,500 OBO. Independent
Brokers & Associates Inc. 247-4333 or
JAX BEACH, .3/2, wood floors, fenced
backyard, garage. $1100/mo. TDO Man-
agement. 246-1125.

front home, S. Ponte Vedra. Short term
S$3300/mo.-543-9029 or 386-8460.
ISLE OF Palms, JB, 3/2, 2 car garage
$1395/mo. + deposit. 759-2349.

JAX BEACH 3/2/2, pool, fireplace,
$1500/mo, 249-1890.
S. JAX Beach, 2BR/2BA +2 Bonus rooms,
6blks to ocean, FREE pest and yard serv-
ice, $1500/mo +$1000/sec. dep. 220-3671
or 314-9446

ATLANTIC BCH 2BR/1BA, fenced back-
yard with pets allowed, $750/mo.. ATLANTIC BCH ocean front furnished
813-9066. house 4BR/4BA. Winter rental. 354-4491.

NEPTUNE BCH. 2148 Florida Blvd.
2BR/1.5BA, renovated 2005, WDHU,
fenced back yard, credit check, No Cats/
Non-smoking. $950/mo. (904)221-5833.

NEAR MAYO, short or long term rental,
3/2, furnished or unfumished, $1300+/mo.
Independent Brokers & Associates Inc.
247-4333 or 710-3111.

SPACIOUS 4BR/2BA brick home on Jax
Bch golfcourse. Huge lot, heated poolV hot
tub, back fenced yard, 2 car gar., washer/
dryer. Pets welcome. $2200/mo. Call
JAX BEACH, nice neighborhood, cute and
bright, 3/1, $1100/mo + deposit. 908 12th
St. N. 242-0544.
house, 2700sf, 4/2/2, 150ft. dock.
$1800/mo. (732)770-0529.
3BR/1BA, VERY clean on 891 Plaza Rd.
in AB. $1100/mo. +dep. (904)222-1425.
painted, carpeted, WDHU, fenced yard.
2 car garage, large fenced-in backyard
and deck. $1700/mo. Pets OK on appro-
val. Available nqw. Call Joy 881-7775.
NEPTUNE BCH 116 Lora St., large
3BR/2BA, 1/2 block to ocean. Deck, no
dogs $2500/mo. 463-0222 or 465-2653.
PONTE VEDRA Beach, Dolphin Cove,
7 Cobia St. 2BR/2BA, $1100/mo.
+$1100/dep. No smoking, No pets. Lawn
care included 285-2302, 945-6547.
3BR/2BA, $1350/MO great community on
San Pablo Rd. Pets ok. 422-3908.
909 7TH Ave. N. 2BR/1BA, CH&A, screen
porch, fenced back yard. $875/mo.
JAX BEACH, 3/2, sun room, office,
1600sqft., one block to beach, $1400/mo.,
WEST .BEACHES, 4/2, $1200/mo.,
fireplace, open floor plan. 12708 Aqua
Surf Road. Ready for occupancy. VIP
Realty, 962-6190.
JAX BCH, 3/1, 2.5 car gar., fenced yard,
$1400/mo. 836 9th Ave. N. 318-0044.
PONTE VEDRA/ Palm Valley, beautiful,
large, private, 4BR/3BA, plus bonus room,
2-car garage, w/many amenities.
$1700/mo. 860-1690.
ADORABLE, 3/2, newly renovated home
in Ponte Vedra. Wood floors, fenced yard,
quiet neighborhood. $1295/mo. Lawn
service incl. Available 1/1/08. Avail for
showing now. Call 476-5071 for an appt.
916 Hibiscus, fenced corner lot, 3BR/2BA,
$995/mo, 247-1049, 608-4325.
PONTE VEDRA Beach house, 3/2.5,
fenced yard, pool, garage. $1400/mo.

lease, No pets, W/D, $1000/mo, $1000
deposit. 918A 1st Street (between Bay &
Pine). Call 591-1218 or 246-8970.

ATL. BCW Oak Harbor, 1129 Sebago
So. 3BR/2BA, all new, fenced. $1195/mo.
Discount for 2yr. lease. 612-8868.
PONTE VEDRA- Dolphin Cove, 3BR/2BA,
1550sf. Non-smoking. No pets. Washer/
Dryer & lawn care included. $1300/mo.
+$1300/sec. dep. 219-1276.

OCEAN FRONT furnished 2/2, pool con-
sider lease option, 6 month plus.
PONTE VEDRA Furnished 2BR/2BA con-
do, 2nd floor. Gated. $1100/mo.

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PONTE VEDRA Beach, walk to beach;
gated community, 2/2 unfurnished condo
east of A1A, $1100/mo.. Brand new every-
thing. Danny, 710-9649 or 553-6105.


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ly/ monthly, pool, 463-7343.


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Non-Dramatic, clean living individual.
$425/mo. includes utilities, 343-2051.

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SAWGRASS CC, Northgate, 2BR/2BA,
2100sf., 2 car garage. Fireplace. Water to
golf view. $1800/mo. Call Susan

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JAX BCH 3BR/1.5BA, beautiful comer lot,
fenced back yard, new carpet/ paint,
WDHU, adorable, must see, $1250/mo.
N. JAX Beach, 3BR/2BA, 2 car garage,
$1500/mo. Call 241-7838.
L'ATRIUM-PVB, 3/2, 2car garage, large
enclosed deck, new kitchen. Furnished/
unfurnished, flexible lease terms.
$1350/mo. Call 285-4772 after 6pm.
NEPTUNE BCH 3 blocks to ocean,
3BR/2BA, CH&A, carport, fenced yard,
446 Bowles St., $1300/mo. Avail now,
249-3214, 945-3303.
NEPTUNE BEACH, 3BR/2.5BA, 1 block to
ocean, garage & deck, fenced yard, tile
floors, W/D, clean $1395/mo. +dep. Pets
OK. 630-347-6865.
N. JAX Beach, 3BR/1.5BA +office, newly
remodeled, carport, fenced yard, great
neighborhood. $1200/mo. +deposit.
PONTE VEDRA- nice, clean, 3BR/2BA,
garage, very private, maintenance free,
pets ok, $1200/mo. 241-4750.
CYPRESS COVE, 3BR/2BA, 2 car ga-
rage. New carpet and paint, fireplace,
$1200/mo., 860-1756.
ATLANTIC BCH- 3BR/2.5BA, Townhome,
Fenced backyard, frplc., laundry rm,
screened porch. No pets, $900/mo.
1929 Main St., 565-2763.
NEPTUNE BEACH, 4BR/2BA, 2car ga-
rage, fireplace. $1650/mo. includes lawn
service. 249-6501, 233-7224.

$100 TARGET Gift Card When You Move
In!! PVB CONDO'S- 1/1 750sf, $850/mo.;
2/2.5 Townhouse, 1100sf, $950/mo.; 2/2,
1100sf. $995/mo.; JAX BEACH- 3/2 Sin-
gle Family Home, 2028sf, $1650/mo. Re-
alty Executives, Ponte Vedra; (904)249-
7676, press 2.
PONTE VEDRA Beach townhouse,
2BR/2.5BA, lake front, immaculate. No de-
posit. No smoking. $1025/mo., 280-8782.
OLD ATLANTIC Beach, ocean view
2BR/2BA, beautifully furnished, balcony,
W/D, all utilities included, $1500/mo.
OCEAN VIEW, brand new, 3/2, upgrad-
ded; consider lease option, ocean view
from most rooms. Owner/ Agent, 463-
VILLAS @ MARSH Landing, 2BR/2BA,
marsh view, porch; fireplace, fitness, gat-
ed. $995/mo.. No lease. 247-9727.
THE PALMS, 1BR/1BA, near beach, W/D,
pool, fitness. $875/mo. (904)610-3608.
ground floor. Fully. furnished. $1300/mo.
+utilities. (904)247-1049.
PONTE VEDRA, Luxury patio home, 1/1
walk to beaches, pond 'view, pool/
health club amenities, $1099/mo.
vaulted ceiling, beautiful tile. Bright, open
floor plan. No dogs., $1700/mo. (Room-
mates considered) (404)325-0820,
SEE THE OCEAN from this 2BR/2BA
newly remodeled, W/D, fireplace, great lo-
cation. $1150/mo. Call 710-8878.
WOLF CREEK, 2BR/2BA, ground level,
s/s appliances, W/D $1000/mo. Grace El-
lis. All Pro Realty Specialists Inc.
OCEANFRONT, N. Jax Beach, luxury,
2BR/2BA, garage. $1900/mo. Call
ATLANTIC BCH Seaplace, lovely, 2/2,
steps to ocean, furnished/ unfurnished,
$1200/mo. (904)887-5005.
ATLANTIC BEACH, 2BR/2BA, plus loft.
Pets OK on approval. Community pool, $950/mo. Call Lara 248-0332.

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November 14, 2007

ROOMMATE FOR 3BR/1.5BA, renovated,
8 miles ocean. Non-smoker. $600/mo. in-
cludes utilities. Scott 904-403-7389.

BEACHES, 3/2, very nice newer condo. w/
garage. Partially furnished, W/D. $695/mo.
includes utilities. Owner/ realtor, 994-
OFF MAYPORT Road, $440/mo. cable &
utilities included, 923-6482.
ATLANTIC BEACH, room/ bath,

NEPTUNE BEACH, on Third St., great
signage, 700sf., negotiable, 993-4011.
TURNKEY OFFICE Space for lease. Busy
retail frontage. Jonathan 866-6937
2 ROOM suite on Third St., Jax Bch, near
Beach Blvd. $1075/mo. Call Eileen Block-
er, Magnolia Properties, 465-3951.
EXCELLENT OFFICE space. Plenty park-
ing. 1200sf.+ up. Turnkey 242-9000 x224.

COMMERCIAL OFFICE with available
6250 sf parking lot; 800 to 3400 sf $15.00
NNN Jax Beach; 4th St. N. and 11th Ave.
N. (904)249-4091.
BULDING FOR rent in Mayport. Com-
pletely equipped for seafood market or
any other purpose. $3000/mo. Call Mat
Roland (904)249-2268 or 651-9081..
OFFICE/ WAREHOUSE/ Retail Space for
lease, 2 locations, Mayport Rd. and Noca-
tee. Free rent. 514-1090.
PRIME RETAIL Space in busy shopping
center. Call Jonathan 866-6937..

FREE CATS and Kittens to approved
homes. Call 242-0224.

Free puppies to a good home. 5 weeks
old; absolutely adorable; Lab mix,
PET SITTING, in your home. Dog walking.
Responsible, mature. Call Kitty, 874-6062.
TWO FREE indoor cats. Male, tan/white
shorthair and female black/white longhair.
Neutered and spayed, shots up to date.
Would like to keep them together. Call
343-6462 Iv. msg.
FREE KITTENS to good home. 2 male
shorthairs and 2 longhairs 1 female short-
- hair, 9wks. old, litter-trained. 241-4344.

ALBINO FERRET, nice large cage, $200.
Please call 314-1441.
AUSTRALIAN BLUE Heeler puppy, fe-
male, 5mo. old, $75. 514-7964.
AKC TOY Parti- Poodles by private breed-
er. 2 females, .1 male, 6wks, shots,
wormed, lyr GDW, $1k- $1500K. Paypal.
270-2876 anytime.

HOMELESS PETS for adoption- Cats &
dogs. 246-3600.
FOUND SMALL brown and tan female
dog. Call 246-2045.
LOST BOXER- female,' 1yr.,last seen
11/08, AM. San Pablo & JTB area. Brin-
dle w/white paws, chest, nose. Reward if
found. 237-7804, very missed.
$1000 REWARD! Still lost, Female Bea-
gle last seen 10/26/07 near 14th Ave N.,
Jax Beach. Needs medication. (904) 246-
9754, 514-5348.

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Pursuant to FL ST 713.585, Auto Lien &
Recovery Experts w/Power of Attorney,
will sell the following vehicles to the high-
est bidder to satisfy lien. All auctions held
with reserve, as is where is, Cash or Certi-
fied funds. Inspect 1 week prior at lienor
facility. Interested parties call 954-893-
Sale date 11-29-07 @ 10:00 am at Lie-
nors facility.
Auction will occur where each vehicle is
located under License AB0000538. Be ad-
vised that owner or lienholder has a right
to a hearing prior to the scheduled date of
sale by filing with Clerk of Courts. Owner/
Lienholder may recover vehicle without in-
stituting judicial proceedings by posting
bond as per FL Stat 559.917; Net pro-
ceeds in excess of lien amount will be de-
posited with the Clerk of Court.
#DUVD896 lien amt. $5475.00, 1992
DODGE SW vin# 1B4GH54R2NX196838
FL 33081-0000 (954)893-0052.
BL 11/14/07

IN RE: The license to practice nursing of
Sabrina Conley C.N.A.
5553 Alpha Drive
Jacksonville, Florida 32205
CASE NO.: 2006-39377
LICENSE NO.: 133139
The Department of Health has filed an Ad-
ministrative Complaint against you, a copy
of which may be obtained by contacting,
Walter T.S. Widener, Assistant General
Counsel, Prosecution Services Unit, 4052
Bald Cypress Way, Bin #C65, Tallahassee
Florida 32399-3265, (850)245-4640.
If no contact has been made by you con-
cerning the above by December 19, 2007,
the matter of the Administrative Complaint
will be presented at an ensuing meeting of
the Board of Nursing in an informal pro-
In accordance with the Americans with
Disabilities Act, persons needing a special
accommodation to participate in this pro-
ceeding should contact the individual or
agency sending this notice not later than
seven days prior to the proceeding at the
address given on the notice. Telephone:
(850)245-4640, 1-800-955-8771 (TDD) or
1-800-955-8770 (V), via Florida Relay
BL 11/14, 11/21, 11/28,12/5/07

The following vehicles) will be sold at
public auction, per FI Stat 713.585 at
10:00 AM on November 30, 2007 at Lie-
nor's address to satisfy a lien against said
vehicles) for labor, services and storage
charges. No titles, as is, cash only.
1996 Chrysler Sebring Convertible
VIN 3C3EL45X5TT325166
Cash sum to redeem vehicle: $1849.86
Lienor: S & S Automotive of Jacksonville
Inc, 9052 New Kings Rd, Jacksonville FL
32219. Phone: 904-765-0111
Notice to owner or lienholder that he has a
right to a hearing any time prior to sale
date by filing with the clerk of the court.
Owner has the right'to recover vehicle by
posting bond in accordance with Fl Stat.
559.917. -Net proceeds from sale in ex-
cess of amount claimed by lienor will be
deposited with the clerk of the court. In-
terested parties, contact:
State Filing Service, Inc. (772) 595-9555.
BL 11/14/07

TAKEN BY THE........

LIMOUSINE, SEDAN and Van Service
serving all of Jacksonville and the Beach- Notice is given that the following permit
es. (904)398-8400. was issued on October 18, 2007:

IF YOU are interested in advertising under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or

DIVORCE $275-$350* Covers children,
etc. Only one signature required! *Ex-
cludes govt. fees! Call weekdays
(800)462-2000 ext.600. (8am-6pm) Alta
Divorce, LLC. Established 1977.

The following vehicles will be auctioned
off, as is, for the wrecker and storage
charges held against them. Payment due
at close of auction in cash only. The auc-
tion will be held at Auto Bandito,
2532 N. Edgewood Ave., Jacksonville,
FL 32254 on November 28, 2007, at
1988 SUBARU 1F1 AX4326KB307030
BL 11/14/07

The Board of Adjustment for the City of
Jacksonville Beach, Florida will meet and
hold public hearings on Tuesday, Decem-
ber 4, 2007, at 7:00 p.m. in the Council
Chambers, located at 11 North 3rd
Street, Jacksonville Beach to consider the
following variance applications:
BOA 07-100213 City of Jacksonville
Beach Land Development Code Sec-
tion: 34-337 (e) (1) c.3, for a rear yard of
21.8. feet in lieu of 30 feet required and
34-337 (e) (1) e, for 36% lot coverage in
lieu of 35% maximum to allow for im-
provements to a single family dwelling,
for property located at 809 North 18th
Street, more specifically, the south 40
feet of Lot 2 and the north 40 feet of Lot
3, Block 103, Section "A."
BOA 07-100215 City of Jacksonville
Beach Land Development Code Sec-
tion: 34-336 (e) (1) e, for 46% lot cover-
,age in lieu of 35% maximum to allow
for a new single family dwelling, for
property located at 132 33rd Avenue
South, more specifically, the west 45
feet of Lot 8 and the east 30 feet of Lot
9, Block 6, Atlantic Shores.
A copy of the above referenced applica-
tion(s) is available for review in the office
of the Plahning and Development Depart-
ment, 11 North 3rd Street, during normal
business hours (M-F, 8a-5p).
Board of Adjustment
City of Jacksonville Beach

If a person decides to appeal any decision
by the Board of Adjustment with respect to
any matter considered at any meeting,
such person may need a record of the
proceedings, and, for such purpose, such
person may need to ensure that a verba-
tim record of the proceedings is made,
which record includes the testimony and
evidence upon which the appeal is to be
The public is encouraged to speak on is-
sues on this Agenda that concern them.
Anyone who wishes to speak should sub-
mit the request to the recording secretary
prior to the beginning of the meeting.
In accordance with the Americans with
Disabilities Act and Section 286.26, Flori-
da Statutes, persons with disabilities
needing special accommodation to partici-
pate in this meeting should contact the
Planning and Development Department
no later than 5:00 p.m. on the day preced-
ing the meeting.
BL 11/14/07

(Name and address of applicant)
WindCrest Development Group, Inc., 605
E. Robinson Street, Suite 340, Orlando,
Florida 32801, permit #42-031-112430-1 .
The project is located in Duval County,
Section 33, Township 2 South, Range 29
East. The permit authorizes a SURFACE
3.19 ACRES TO SERVE A 30,462 SF
MONS. The receiving water body is to a
City-maintained storm sewer to City
Stormwater Management Facility, ulti-
mately discharging to the Intercoastal Wa-
The file(s) containing the application for
the above listed permit is available for in-
spection Monday through Friday except
for legal holidays, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
at the St. Johns River Water Management
District (District) Headquarters, 4049 Reid
Street, Palatka, FL 32178-1429. A person
whose substantial interests are affected
by the District permitting decision may pe-
tition for an administrative hearing in ac-
cordance with sections 120.569 and
120.57, Florida Statutes, or may choose to
pursue mediation as an alternative reme-
dy under section 120.573, Florida Stat-
utes, before the deadline for filing a peti-
tion. Choosing mediation will not adverse-
ly affect the right to a hearing if mediation
does not result in a settlement. The pro-
cedures for pursuing mediation are set
forth in section 120.573, Florida Statutes,
and rules 28-106.111 and 28-106.401-
.404 Florida Administrative Code. Peti--
tions must comply with the requirements
of Florida Administrative Code Chapter
28-106 and be filed with (received by) the
District Clerk located at District Headquar-
ters, Highway 100 West, Palatka, FL
32177. Petitions for administrative hear-
ing on the above applications) must be
filed within twenty-one (21) days of publi-
cation of this notice or within twenty-six
(26) days of the District depositing notice
of this intent in the mail for those persons
to whom the District mails actual notice.
Failure to file a petition within this time pe-
rod shall constitute a' waiver of any
rights) such persons) may have to re-
quest an administrative determination
(hearing) under sections 120.569 and
120.57, F.S., concerning the subject per-
mit. Petitions that are not filed in accord-
ance with the above provisions are subject
to dismissal.
Because the administrative hearing proc-
ess if designed to formulate final agency
action, the filing of,a petition means that
the District's final action may be different
from the position taken by it in this notice
of intent. Persons whose substantial inter-
ests will be affected by any such final de-
cision of the District on the applicant have
the right to petition to become a party to
the proceeding, in accordance with the re-
quirements set forth above.
BL 11/14.07


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home. Piano Tuning also available.
241-4954, 655-3300.
ATTEND COLLEGE online from home.
Medical, business, paralegal, computers,
criminal justice. Job placement assis-
tance. Financial aid and computer provid-
ed if qualified. (866)858-2121
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Job placement assistance. Call Aviation
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NEED A Math Tutor? I tutor up through
Algebra I. Lyn Broderick, 247-8609.

IF YOU are interested in advertising under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or

Every weekend, 7am-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;
e-mail 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.
CLEANING HELP residential, Beaches
area. Energetic, reliable. 20-30 hours per
week. Leave message, 223-3767.
BUSY PV Salon has opening, for Tech.
Evenings, Saturdays. 285-7776.
HOUSEKEEPER FOR elderly apartment
building to care for public areas, flexible
hours. Apply in person to 1600 Shetter
Ave. or call 241-5207.
LOOKING FOR Part-time promotion in
sales with a premiere health and wellness
company. Generous compensation plan.
Call Kelly 534-2937 for more info.
Staff at a holistic doctor's office. Re-
sponsibilities will include answering
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.
OFFICE CLEANERS, P/T evening/ week-
end. Atlantic Beach/ Ponte Vedra area.
ates. Apply in person at Steinmart, Beach-
es Location
Needed for Home Health and Hospice
Shifts: starting at $19/hr. Apply with North
Florida Health Services, at or call us at
WOMEN RETAIL bridal salon, P/T. No ex-
perience necessary. Must be outgoing and
professional. Call 904-270-2770.
OFFICE ASSISTANT needed with friend-
ly, professional phone voice and attention-
to detail. Computer savvy, knowledge of
ACT, Excel, and Word. Self- starter. Lo-
cated in Ponte Vedra. Call 285-5855.
area. Fax resume to (904)285-3931.

DOGGIE DAY CARE seeks part time per-
son for weekends & some afternoons. Ex-
- perienced only. Call for more information
BABYSITTER NEEDED for 5 year. old
boy in my home. Tues. & Thurs., 3pm-
5pm. Some Monday evenings at 7pm.
$5/hr. Call 241-4344 for information.

is seeking a
Child Care Worker.

Please contact
ph# 249-9080

is seeking a
Pre-Kindergarten teacher.

CDA certificate required.

Please send resume
to Scott
Fax #249-5241 or E-mail:

Full time. PM Cook and AM Cook in Nutri-
tional Services Department at a premier
retirement community. Experience in skil-
led nursing environment preferred. Ex-
cellent benefits and management team.
Applications available at Fleet Landing
Security Gate, One Fleet Landing Blvd.,
Atlantic Beach, FL 32233; Fax to 904-246-
9447; email to EOE/ Drug-free
Full-time in our Assisted Living at a pre-
mier retirement community. Excellent ben-
efits. 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.
good attitude, excellent attendance, pro-
fessional appearance and be able to lift
50 Ibs. Driver's license a must. Full Time/
possible OT. Beaches area. Allegiance
Staffing. 242-0140.
Beach, FIT and. PfT Sales. Apply within:
Round Robin, 1888 S. Third, Pablo Plaza.
BEACHES CAR Wash- full time help
needed, Wages negotiable+ tips. Benefits
Avail. Apply in person, 1401 Beach Blvd.
If you're aggressive, enthusiastic and can
develop new and existing business, then
advertising sales is for you! Excellent
communication and organizational skills a
must! No experience necessary, but a
plus. We train! You must have reliable
transportation, possess a valid driver's li-
cense ad auto insurance. Fax resume to
Full-time in our Assisted Living Facility at
a premier retirement community. Strong
organizational abilities, verbal and written
communications skills, and the ability to
handle multiple tasks simultaneously are a
must for applicants. Excellent environ-
ment, management team, and benefits.
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.
CDA a plus, but not required.
call 904-285-2965.
PONTE VEDRA Animal Hospital seeking
Kennel Attendant. Apply within: 28 Corona
Rd., Ponte Vedra, 285-7924.

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HAIR DRESSER needed for upscale,
busy salon in Ponte Vedra. Booth rental
or commission. Please call 994-7408 or
Looking for a career? Stylists, Barbers,
Nail/ Pedicure Techs needed. Great
incentives w/progression. Call Diane at
525-2164 for more details. EOE.
CARPENTERS & Helpers. Beaches area.
Transportation & phone a must. 535-7356.
FULL-TIME YEAR round lawn mainte-
nance position available for the right indi-
vidual. Must have valid drivers license and
own transportation. Call 553-6338.
COUNTER HELP, dry cleaners, Ponte Ve-
dra area. Call 285-5644.
SOUTH JAX Beach office looking for de-
tail oriented, responsible Customer Serv-
ice Representative. Ability to work inde-
pendently, but also be a team player.
Great pay, benefits, & work environment.
E-mail resume to:

SMALL, GROWING Jax Beach commer-
cial insurance agency needs experienced
CSR. Great compensation package and
work environment. Fax resume to:

Taxi Drivers needed to work Beach and
Intercoastal areas, at least 23 yrs. old,
good driving record. Call 249-0360.
DRIVERS- FLATBED recent average
$1,173.00/wk. Late model equipment,
strong freight network, 401K, Blue Cross
insurance (800)771-6318 www.primeinc.
growing personal training company. Expe-
rience is a must. Superior Image Personal

FULL-Time, 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.
experienced Infant & toddler caregivers.
F/T & P/T available. We offer a competi-
tive salary & benefits package. Call
273-6960 or fax resume to: 280-5742.

Full-ime. ,Mon. -Fri. with great benefits
and work environment at a premier retire-
ment community. Experience preferred..
Applications available at Fleet Landing
Security Gate, One Fleet Landing Blvd.,
Atlantic Beach, FL 32233; Fax to 904-246-
9447; email to
EOE/ Drug-free Workplace. -
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.
MEDICAL ASSISTANT clinical & clerical
duties, Fax resume 904-285-3931.
HAMILTON AND Co. Total Image Salon
located at the corner of Atl. Blvd. & 3rd St.
has openings for booth renters or commis-
sion positions. For info call 241-1020.

Fleet Landing, an upscale Continuing
Care Retirement Community has an im-
mediate opening for a Human Resources
Manager. Must have approximately
10 years of HR related experience with a
Bachelor's Degree preferred. This position
will report directly to the Chief Operating
Officer and is accountable for a full spec-
trum of human resources aclivilies oI in
clude. benefits, compensation. sarl;ng.
police, employee relaltons, performance
management, employee training and de-
velopment, etc. The ideal applicant will re-
quire strong interactive active skills and
demonstrated achievement as a self start-
er. Applications at: Fleet Landing Security
Gate, One Fleet Landing Blvd. Atlantic
Beach, FL 32233. Fax: 904-246-9447. Website: fleet- EOE/Drug Free Workplace
'CAN YOU dig it?" Heavy Equipment
School. 3wk training program. Backhoes,
bulldozers, trackhoes. Local job place-
ment. Start digging dirt now. Call
(866)362-6497 or (888)707-6886.
FRAMING CARPENTERS for established
company. Drug free work place. Benefits.

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.
Lawn service seeks individual to perform
dependable quality work. Excellent pay &
overtime available. Crew Leaders wanted.
Perschel Brothers Services, Inc. 246-
SALES. FIRST Coast Rainguard Home
Center is looking for sales people with a
proven track record in siding and sun/
screen rooms. Must be commission moti-
vated. Company leads available. Serious
individuals only. Call 904-732-7263 ask for
Jerry, Sr.

to help
Beach Office

1 Men
5 Saharan
8 Newspaper
12 Boor
13 Talks wildly
16 Diminish
17 Arrow poison
18 Misbehave
19 Qualified
20 Shirley
23 100 sen
24 Burmese-
25 Put one's
arms around
27 Fool
30 Ending for
nectar or
32 Stopping
35 "
opening line
38 Transportation
39 First lady's
40 River mouth
43 Greek letters

44 Earhart or
46 Distinct;
48 Appears
51 Refreshing
52 San Luis

53 First aid
55 Common
57 Word with
soup or
59 Heavy
64 Mr. Johnson
66 Boredom
67 Helping hand
68 Is situated
69 Like tough
70 Empty space
71 Football
72 S.A. nation
73 Within: pref.
1 Like Jack
2 Scottish
3 One who

DRIVERS- REGIONAL $1,100 +/wk,
J'ville Terminal 100% Co. pd. benefits.
Must have Class A 100K miles. Pd Car
Haul Training! Call John @ Waggnoners

Scaffold Erectors, Laborers, Construction
Personnel. Excellent Pay, With Transpor-
tation, 726-5661.
FULL AND Part-time Admin. Assts. need-
ed to support Property Mgmt..Team in
Ponte Vedra. candidates must be profes-
sional, multi-task oriented, proficient in MS
Word, Excel, data entry & photo manipula-
tion. Please email resume to Connie Hicks
at: conniehicks@watsonrealtyc6r.co6m or
Fax to 904-285-8317. Cut-off is 5pm, Nov.
LAWN PEST Technician and Gardner po-
sitions. Both positions offer full time, year
'round work. Both have company benefits:
Health, dental, life, vacation and paid holi-
days. Clean driving record and own trans-
portation to work required. Drug testing
and criminal background checks will be
made prior to employment. Call The De-
fenders, 285-2346, 8-4:30, M-F.
TAXI DRIVERS Wanted. Clean driving re-
cord required. Call April, 246-9999.
DRIVERS- OWNER Operators: Home ev-
ery weekend & during the week! Drop/
Hook! (800)241-
Beach. $8/hour, Day Shift, Wednesday
thru Sunday. Criminal background check.
Drug-Free environment. (904)613-3830
Fleet Landing, a premier Continuing Care
Retirement Community is, currently ac-
cepting applications for a Registered
Nurse with strong leadership and commu-
nications skills to join our team. All candi-
dates must have at least one year of Long
Term Care experience with knowledge of
the RAI process and experience in the
area of Staff Development. The hours are
primarily Monday through Friday with in-
frequent weekend requirements. This is a
full time position with excellent benefits.
Applications available at Fleet Landing
Security Gate, One Fleet Landing .Blvd.
Atlantic Beach, FL 32233; fax to 904-246-
9447; website at; e-mail
to EOE/Drug-free

Full Time in Housekeeping Department at
a Premier Retirement Community. Excel-
lent benefits and work environment.. Ap-
plications available at Fleet Landing Se-
curity Gate, One Fleet Landing Blvd., At-
lantic Beach, FL; Fax to 904-246-9447;
email 'to
EOE/Drug-free workplace.

is full
of regrets
4 Place
5 Spider
6. One whose
middle name
was Sebastian
7 Playful act
8 "Death _
9 Parent's
10 Loafing
11 Young
14 Game fishes
15 Make
of; ridicule
21 One of two
on a sloop
22 Common
place for
a tear
26 Texas
27 Adjust
28 Maugham
29 Brought
to an
31 Direction
from NM
to NY
33 Deliver
a talk

34 Given to
36 Become
.37 Days of
41 "... the
to be..."
42 Being
45 Koppel and
47 Marcus
49 Church
50 Setting
54 Elves' boss
56 One in
57 Lacking
much color
58 go bragh
60 Famous
name in
61 MGM's
62 Make
63 Change
the decor
65 Tee's

KNOW what a chassis is? Sell vans/ mini-
buses to churches, colleges, transporta-
tion companies, etc. High year end in-
come. Motivated, clean driving record. Will
train. Computer/ intemet literate. Exc. ben-
efits incl. profit sharing. Atlantic Beach. Fax resume: .221-
2705 specify position desired on fax.
ED for small publishing company in Ponte
Vedra. See the link below for description
arid Cashiers. Apply between 9AM-11AM.
'id' -1' 3003 00PM, Monday-Friday, No'
phone calls please. Only energetic team
players apply. Bonos BBQ 1307 Atlantic
Blvd. Atlantic. Beach.
DRIVERS-TOP Pay & excellent home-
time! We train Car Haulers! Superior ben-
efits package! CDL-A w/2 years OTR ex-
perience. (800)889-8139.

NEEDED for home health & area hospi-
tals. To apply visit our website @ or apply in person,
North Florida Health Services, 710 3rd St.
N., Jax Bch. 241-1656.
WE'RE RAISING pay for Florida regional
drivers! Home every weekend! Home dur-
ing the week! Solid weekly miles! 95% no
touch! Preplanned freight! $.43 per mile
hometime, money & morel Heartland Ex-
press (800)441-4953 www.heartlandex-

DRIVERS- DON'T miss this Special Sign-
On Bonus 36-43 cpm/$1.20 PM $0.
Lease/ Teams needed, Class A + 3 month
recent OTR required (800)635-8669.

Florida is currently hiring the following at
our NEW inpatient facility (Anne & Donald
McGraw Center for Caring) located on the
Mayo Clinic Campus: Security Officers,
Chefs, Kitchen Assistants and House-
keepers for FT and PT positions. Apply at or call 407-
6198 for additional information. EOE
Drug-Free Workplace
Looking for entrepreneur or highly tal-
ented salesman. Opportunity to make un-
limited income with partnership in busi-
ness or can be a salaried sales rep em-
ployee. Looking.for a good fit with both po-
sitions. Please call Ryan (904)742-1666
for a meeting to discuss opportunities.
ARE YOU highly motivated, responsible,
self-starter who can build relationships
and close the deal? Unlimited eating po-
tential. Full or part time. Experience in of-
fice supplies/ computer industry preferred,
but will train right person. Training com-
pensation, gas allowance, commissions
and bonuses. Fax resume to 247-1271 or

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SERVERS AND Host/ Hostess needed.
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F/T, AM, PM and alternating weekends
P/T TRAY LINE shift available
Fine Dining at Vicar's Landing, PV.
Competitive Pay & Benefits,
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WARNING: WHILE this newspaper does
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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.

Caregivers for
Seniors, Inc.
Nassau & St. Johns
Keeping Seniors Independent
Phone: 1-866-614-4088

provide quality, non
medical in home care,
transportation, meals,
companionship and
much, much more!


GE REFRIGERATOR, $150; range, $150;
dishwasher, $50. All beige and in good
condition. 540-1190.
BUILDINGS FOR salel "Rock Bottom Pri-
ces!" 25x30, now $4100. 25x40, $5400.
30x40, $6400. 35x50, $8790. 35x70,
$11,990. 40x80, $14,900. Others. Call for
detais. ,Pionee .(800)668-5422. .
DERY. Tee Shirts, Hats, Shirts, Bags,
etc. Low minimums & set-up fees. No set-
up' charge on 100 pieces or more.
333-6301. Tommy Bahama style sofa
(new), dining table, w/6chairs, and china
cabinet. Sunroom furniture. Lamps, tables
and more. W/D. refrigerator, stove, dish-
washer. All excellent condition.

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BOWLING FAMILY Daycare has openings
for infants & up. Accepts Childrens Com-
mission & NACCRRA, State certified,
CPR, First Aid, CDA Teaching Degree.
Call Laura, 220-6059 or 476-4251.
ARE YOU looking for a positive change in
your child's life? This is not your average
Day care. In my home I use, the creative
curriculum enhanced with Funshine Ex-
press preschool program. www.funshi- My home is set up like a
center, yet in a home atmosphere with
one on one with your child. State license.
#F04DU0452. 19 years in business. In-
fants through 4 yr olds. 249-5479.

Providing the best caregivers with top ref
& criminal checks for meal-prep, errands,
respite care, companionship and more. Af-
fordable. Call us for a free in-home
assessment at 904-725-8222. Lic. #229886.
GWEN'S Rates
negotiable (704)369-3073.
STATE Certified HHA/ CNA/ Sitter will
give quality care for elderly in the privacy
of their own home. Call Veronica at
(904)783-9151 or (904)887-1010.
Available for Care In Your Home. AHCA
#29991522. Phone 241-1656
IF YOU are interested in advertising under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or
email: classified @

6" SEAMLESS GUTTER Machine, Jobsite ________________....
m6del J56, exc. cond., $3500. (904)813- SATURDAY, 9AM, corner McCollum Cir.,
1178. & Valley Forge. Furniture, jewelry, collecti-
rPUHvRRY S AYV p,, S,,mt hrd,,o bleds, clothes.

furniture, beautiful, like new, $750 OBO
($1800 new). Sumter cherry dresser &
mirror $200. Call 813-2283.
KENMORE WASHER & Dryer, $75/ea..
641-9667, 838-5411..
LA-Z-BOY RECLINER, swivel, rock, like
new, $150. 246-7297.
TWIN BED SET, head & footboard, mat-
tress, 5-drawer dresser, 3-drawer chest w/
attached bookcase, exc. cond., $499. Also
SEARS KENMORE 25CF refrig. $250.
2.0cf microwave, $200, 994-4685.

FALL CRAFT FEST- First Christian/
Beaches, 2125 Ocean Front. Saturday,
Nov. 17, 9am-4pm. Bake and nut sale.
Crafter galore

MULTI-FAMILY, SELVA Linkside Subdivi-
sion, Saturday, 8am-? Furniture, bedding,
baby items.
YARD SALE, Panuco Dr., Oak Harbor,
Fri., 8:30am-4pm; Sat., 8:30am-1pm.
Some Xmas, something for all.

AT&T PARTNER phone system. 5 phones HUGH MULTI-FAMILY sale, Oak Harbor,
installed for $899. 249-8877. offA1A, Green Cay Friddy, 8am-?.

KAWAI PIANO, Cherry Console in excel-
lent condition, 15 years old. $2000 OBO.

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

AUCTION, FRIDAY, 7PM, Oct. 5-19,
Nov. 2-16, Dec. 7-21. AB2659, AU3713,
AU3714. 9800 Beach Blvd. 248-0926
U.S. MARSHALSAuction, Welinton, L.

28th, 11am: Fort Payne, AL, 25,000 +/-
sqft. buildings and two houses. www.mid-, (800)537-5036,
J.E. Mitchell, AAL#822.
NOV 15 & 16 Delon Springs Auction. 42
acre producing Cut Foliage farm-& equip-
ment. Outstanding 30 year collection, Ad-
vertising, Americana, Antiques www.du-

THE NEARLY NEW SHOP the only thrift
store on Mayport Naval Base. Open to
military & civilians. Located at Building
#27, across from the airport tower, 2 blks
from McDonalds. OPEN SATURDAY
NOV. 17TH & every Tuesday.& Thursday
9am-lpm. Phone 270-6067. (Supported
by the Navy Wives Clubs of America,
Mayport, #201).

11/17. Ponte Vedra Pointe Shopping Cen-
ter, Set up 8am, sale 9am-1pm. $30 per
space. Info 285-2004.

DOWNSIZING SALE Many great items.
A Sat ^PpA'".aP.W.?190M >k
Way. No N ariy birds please There is plen-
ty for all.
3 FAMILY Yard Sale, Sat. 11/17, 8-1pm.
100+ Christmas Village houses & acces-
sories, Christmas Around the World,
Cooking American Way, Kiddie Cars,
Cherished Teddies, computer armoire, 2
sets Chevy rims, futon w/ twin bunk, misc.
San Pablo to Vanzile, to Farrington St.
30 YEARfamily sale, 14638 Island Dr.
(Isle of Palms), Sat. & Sun., 9am-5pm.

CHINA CABINET, lighted, 78x48x14,
$325. Coffee table, 2 end tables, glass
tops, $159. 247-0465.

50'S BEDROOM set, double, $175; gener-
ator, 3750 watt, $350; 24in. Sony TV en-
tertainment center, 631-7776, 599-3974.
61" HITACHI projection TV, low hours,
exc. cond., $499 OBO. 568-1535.
1 MEN'S, 1 Women's Black Cignel Rang-
er Trail Bike. $50 each. 273-9695.
CHINA HUTCH w/light & bottom storage
$200 OBO. Call 207-3544.
BAKER CHEST, versatile, 73x19x33, me-
dium dark, $1000, 908-9834.
Locally owned & operated, hand crafted
furniture and accessories. Personalized
pet products.
Thursday, November 29th at 2pm.
9800 Beach Blvd. 904-248-0926.
10% BP AB2659 AU3714.
TALL DINING room table, w/6 tall chairs,
$150; Sears treadmill, hardly used, $150;
Medela Electric travel breast pump, $75.
Karen, 705-7954.
METAL ROOFING Save $$$ buy direct
from manufacturer. 20 colors in stock with
all accessories. Quick turn around Deliv-
ery available. (352)498-0778 Toll free
(888)393-0335 code 24. www.GulfCoast
MUST SACRIFICE! Perfect condition,
Thomasville Hemingway Collection table,
2/leafs, custom pad, 6/chairs and side buf-
fet piece. Paid $8000. Asking $2000 OBO.
KITCHEN CABINETS, solid natural pecan
doors. Units comprising 7 wall, 1 glass
display, 8 bases, cooking island. 1 oven
housing. Corian counter tops. All for
ceramic cooktop $50, Kenmore dishwash-
er $50, kitchenaid single oven $50, GE re-
frig./ freezer $50, double bowl S/S & mixer
faucet $50. 273-5995.
DOORS $50-$100 (5 commercial metal w/
frames, 15 wood ext. & int.). Windows in-
cluding 6ft half circle (new) $50, lavatories
$25, A/C duct mat. $25. (904)704-6987.


HELPING HANDS. Cook, clean, appoint- LAUNDRY & HOUSE cleaning, errands,
ments, bills, decorating, etc. 249-1890. pet/ house sitting, $10/hr. (904)247-7849.

PERSONAL SHOPPER. No time to shop?
I buy, wrap, deliver. (904)824-4539.

PADGETTS A/C & Heating, Inc. Family
owned and operated. When quality and
customer service are demanded call
588-5222 Financing available.
Free Estimates on replacements. License
CAC1814887. Credit cards accepted.
FREE ESTIMATES; Air Duct Cleanings,
Installs. Repairs 10% off All Customers.
904-880-7312 NO JOB TOO BIG OR

Many years experience; references availa-
ble. Call Kelly for estimate, 238-9040.
ii('Klrg-= -ZT r)rF' r-K~nrAP1 9r": -IA- 1 .:- ,i. .

15 years experience. Reasonable prices,
low minimum rates, weekend appoint-
ments available. (904)525-7419.
CLEANING BY Christopher, catering to
the beaches area, (904)725-2738.
THE VERY best in housekeeping. Twenty
years experience- PV area. Finest care for
your home: laundry, silver polishing. Ex-
cellent references. Diana Dempsey,

Specializing in "Complete Flowerbed
Cleaning and Lawn care, 246-4238
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mates, local, reasonable prices. We do it
right the first time. No contracts required.
Residential & Commercial Call Ray,
WE WANT work Free estimates. Clean-
ups, mulch, sod, 1 time mows & more.
Dependable Quality Service. Reasonable
rates. 821-0737.
Cutting, edging, weed-eating, landscap-
ing, pressure washing, grading and sod-
ding. Free estimate. 252-6112.

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IF YOU are interested in advertising under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or

KEN'S PRESSURE Washing & Lawn NEW POOL special, 15x30. complete only
Service. Houses. & driveways. Free esti- $25,000. Call 568-4112.
mates. 252-6112.

RELIABLE INTERIOR/ exterior painting,
pressure washing, drywall, texture, wall
coverings. Licensed, insured, references.
25 years experience. (904)403-7389.
free estimates, work guaranteed, licensed.
35 yrs. experience. Licensed- Quality
work. Interior & Exterior. Great prices.
A D11., MI IA I 1TV DrIK iINC.' P i rdl 1%

IF YOU are interested in advertising under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or

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WOOD REPAIRS. Termite & Rotten
wood, siding, stucco, repairs. Licensed
General Contractor. 247-2274.
HOME IMPROVEMENTS wood, tile, dry-
wall & paint with 40yrs exp. Master car-
penter, Steve 241-7838.


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dependable for quality repairs, service
calls, painting, improvements and miscel-
laneous jobs. DAVE. 246-6628.

IF YOU are interested in advertising under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or
email: classified
ROOF REPAIRS & Re-Roofing. Trust a li-
censed professional. See our ad. under-
Remodeling/Construction. State Certified
Roofer #CCC1325888. Member BBB


AUCTION NOVEMBER 30, 10am 97 +/-
Acres Divided Work Co., GA Farmland,
mobile home, restorable home, farm
equipment selling separately 10%B.P.,

WE BUY Scrap Gold for Cash! Estate and
old jewelry, Rolexes. 241-1889.
IF YOU are interested in advertising under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or
email: classified
or Real Estate. Fast closings.

MULTI FAMILY, original art, lots of stuff
Fri. & Sat., 8am-? 615 16th Ave. So.
MISC. TOOLS, clothes, Sat., 8am-3pm,
21 Hopson Road.
THE COUNCIL of Catholic Women of
Blessed Trinity Catholic Church is holding
their annual Craft Fair on November 17th
from 9am-6PM in the Church Hall at
10472 Beach Blvd. Food and bake goods
will be available.
MOVING SALEI Everything must go!
Friday/ Saturday/ Sunday. 909 7th Ave. N.
Lots of furniture.
SATURDAY, 7AM-1PM, furniture, house-
hold goods, toys, 1600 6th St. S.
MULTI FAMILY sale, Evans Drive (Seab-
reeze Woods). Fumiture, clothing, books,
CDs, salesman samples, children items,
lots of knick knacks. Sat., 11/17, 8am-
GIGANTIC YARD Sale! Sat. Nov. 17th,
7am- 11am, 322 Penman Rd. Rain date-
Sat. 12/1/07

CLASSY SALEI Secluded Woods, 2004
Marye Brant Loop N. Friday, 8am-1pm,
Saturday, 8am-noon. Small furniture, art,
china (Limoge & other antique glass),
home decor, vintage linens, books and
much more.
LEEWARD LANDING. Multi-Family Sale
Clothes, toys, etc. 1608 Landing Ln. Nov.
1Rth-17th Ram

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PONTE VEDRA, Lemaster Dr., multi fami-
ly sale. Nov. 17, 9am-2pm, Nov. 18,
11am-3pm. No early birds.
JAX BEACH oceanfront, 3475 Ocean
Drive, Nov. 16-17-18, Fri-Sat, 8am-4pm,
Sun, 11am-3pm. Antique French & iron
furniture, art, Oriental, glass, china, silver,
linens, 100+ frames, vintage jewelry &
clothes, books, 5000sqft. full. 502-0986.
Photos at:
BIG PALM Valley Home. Full! Dolls. Anti-
que birdseye bedroom. French desk, Vic-
torian etc. Quilt, Steuben, Waterford Hei-
sey, bride baskets. Flo blue, Spode. Much
sterling. Tea Caddy loads holiday. Huge
bedroom set. Modern lounge, sofa. Tons
hi tech. Nikon. Canoe. Patio full. 129 Bear
Pen Rd. off S.R. 210 (Palm Valley Rd.)
near cemetery. Thur., 9am-4pm, Fri.,
9am-3pm. China Cat 241-0344. chinaca-

DEEP WATER 40' Intracoastal Marina
Slip for rent. Intracoastal at Atlantic Blvd.
7'-9' draw & up to 16' max beam. Unlimit-
ed clearance and 24 hour access. Electric,
cable & telephone hook-up. $12/ft.

Boats, RV's, Trailers.
Starting at $70/mo.. 2781 Mayport Rd.
Near Wonderwood. Call 993-2222.

2006 ISUZU Tilt Cab w/ 14ft box, AT, A/C,
AM/FM w/ CD, 6,000mi. Exc. cond.
$20,000. (904)813-1178.
2006 CHEVY Silverado truck; great
shape, $11,500. Call 655-3554.
1992 3RD row DODGE Van runs good,
$1800 OBO 614-1001.
2004 F-250 King Ranch, white/ tan out-
standing cond. $29,500. 543-9029 or 742-
1995 ASTRO Van, A/T, 6cyl., racks.
$1300 or trade for mid-size cycle or larger
scooter., Call 249-2105.

1993 BUICK Century $500. Orig. owner &
mileage 113,000mi., no A/C, 708-0208.
1998 SATURN SL2, immaculate condi-
tion. Only 47K miles, automatic transmis-
sion, 4DR, power window/ locks, cruise,
new tires. $4500 OBO. 887-9030.
'06' CHEV Impala LTZ exc. cond., loaded,
13,500 miles, $16,900 OBO: 703-5925
1995 NISSAN Maxima, cold A/C, sunroof,
218;000 miles, runs good, $2000.
(904)241-6109 or (904)233-8282.
2001 FORD Taurus, V6, AT, 65,000mi.,
PW, PDL, tilt, CC, $3350. 241-5511.
94 TOYOTA Camry LE, 4cyl., AT,
135,000mi., CD player, PW, PDL, CC, tilt
wheel. New paint, just been serviced.
$2150. 241-5511.
1996 HONDA Civic DX, new paint, tires,
A/C, clutch, red w/ black interior, 4cyl.,
5spd, extra clean, 150,000mi. $3250. 219-
1997 BMW 528i, black, 71,000 miles,
great condition, $8500. 910-6708.
2002 GMC Denali, fully, loaded, leather,
trailer package, sunroof, 90,000 miles,
$18,500. Great condition, 294-7335.


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Fletcher football, Nease volleyball triumph

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ABOVE: Sequence shows Fletcher High wide receiver Lamar Scruggs (11) making a catch as
Photos by Rob DeAngelo Wolfson's Devonte Rosborough tried to defend during last Friday's game. Despite making the
catch and scoring an apparent touchdown, the play was nullified when Scruggs was flagged for
interference. The Senators went on to win, 28-14.
'- I:' LEFT: Nease High libero Cierra Pillsbury ranges to her right to return a serve during the
N A -' Panthers' three-game victory over Orlando Bishop Moore in the regional final played Saturday.
_-^ i $With the win, Nease moves to the state semifinal in Lakeland this Friday against Lemon Bay.
:.-~--1i .- BELOW: Panthers outside hitter Paige DePriest swats a kill past a pair of Hornets defenders.
.. ;.. DePriest led the Panthers with a double-double consisting of 10 kills and 13 digs as Nease
:. *% ^ ^ returns to the Class 4A state final four for the second consecutive season.

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