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A Beaches community garden
will soon sprout at Jarboe Park.
The Beaches Local Food
Network, a recently established
non-profit organization, will uti-
lize Jarboe Park in Neptune
Beach to create an organic com-
munity garden for Beaches resi-
dents, according to one of the
group's organizers Gretchen
The garden 'will include fruit

The Intracoastal Waterway channel
at Beach Boulevard will be closed so
that work crews can dismantle the old
B.B. McCormick Bridge drawbridge.
The channel will be closed weekdays
from April 23 to May 14 between 7
a.m. and noon and from 1 to, 5 p.m.
The 58-year-old drawbridge is being
replaced by two new, high-elevation
spans that allow maritime traffic to

trees, berries and herbs and will
be composed of~ 24 plots. Plots
will be available to "rent" for a
nionthly fee of, $10 which
includes three hours of volun-
teer time or $20, and 25 percent
of the space will be reserved for
Neptune Beach residents.
Applications for the plots will
be accepted mn July and plots
will be chosen yearly on a lottery
basis. The first growing season

safely flow underneath the bridge.
The new, northernmost span opened
.to traffic on St. Patnick's Day and
accommodates both east and west
bound traffic on Beach Boulevard cur-
The second span will be built where
the drawbridge is now located, just
south of the new bridge. The draw-
bridge is locked in the upright position
until it is removed.

will run from September 2,008 to
September 2009.
The Beaches Local Food
Network will hold its first meet-
ing on April 29 at 7 p~m. at
Fletcher High School and is cur-
rently seeking volunteers to help
in the initial garden setup.
For more information contact
Gretchen Ferrel at

The 12 Fletcher Middle School students competing for the title 'FMS Idol 2008'
Thursday in the Fletcher High auditorium surround 'last year's winner, Abbie Bell, front
row, third from right. See story, page A-3.

drama club, which lis under the
direction of sixth-grade teacher
Kim Cooper.
Cooper said grant money
from the city' of A-tlantic Be~ach
has allowed the school to put
on the play and r~idt charge
A Tampa-based foundation
representative visited' the
school and got the students
excited about collectipg dona-
tions for .the foundation.
"Because they 'thought it was
really cool to give back," said
The production has been in
process since January.
"One reason I chose to do a
show like 'Free to Be...You and
Me,'" said Cooper, "is because
every child has a speaking part.
I don't have leads because I
believe that this program is a
way for kids, who have never
See MUSICAL, A-6 >

Twenty Mayport Middle stu-
dents will present a spring
musical, "Free -to 'Be...You and
SMe" at the school starting at 6
p.m. Thursday and Friday.
Based on a book written by
actress Marlo Thomas, the play
will be presented free to the
public, ~but donations will be
accepted for the St. Jude
Children's Research
Foundation. The students are
members of the after-school

Members of the cast of
Mayport Middle School's
spring musical, "Free to
Be...You and Me," prepare for
a rehearsal Monday in the
school's cafetorium. The play
will be presented at 6 p.m.
Thursday and Friday.

Opinion ..................A-4
Police Beat .........,....A-5
Sports .....................B-1
Weather ...................B-3

Calendar ..................B-4
Classified ................B-5
Fishing .............,.......B-2
Obituaries ..............A-5


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Community gardeners invited to organizational meet

Beach violence

JB cops

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10 fiScal crunch

A volikmteer-based police pro-
gram funded with monies con-
fiscated in drug arrests will
continue for another year in
Jacksonville Beach.
The -paitt-time pilot project
was established last year to
coordinate volunteers with the
Citizen Police Academy (CPA)
Alumni Association and the
.Citizen On Patrol (COP) pro-
City Council members voted
unanimously to expend
$12,400 from the` Law
Enforcement Trust Fund for the
coordinator position.
Jacksonville Beach Police
Chief B'ruce Thomason
Monday said the department
plans to increase the participa-
tion of volunteers in anticipa-
tion of future budget con-
"The good thing about this is
that it doesn't cost our taxpay-
ers a penny. In essence, drug
dealers pay for the salary of the
coordinator," he said.
Enfor eet Tut Fun co
from fines from arrests of peo-
ple who have committed drug
Murphey E. Shaw, a graduate
of the Citizen Police Academy
and a member of the alumni
association, was, hired last year
to fill the position.
Shaw, who works pe rxi
schedules monthly patrols,
tracks volunteer schedules and
hours, completes detailed
monthly reports and coordF-
nates volunteers for special
events such as the Sea and Sky
He also established a COP
Emergency Response Team to
assist patrol officers and detec-
tives during major incidents.
Thomason said the pay rate
for the coordinator position
was originally set at $11.83 an
hour but he asked for an
increase to $12.55 per hour.
"We created this position
with not a strong feeling of
what it should pay," he said.
"But we found over the year as
he has helped define the role
and as the number of volun-
teers has increased we feel a
salary adjustment is appropri-
ate and necessary."
Thomason said the post was
created to remove some of

See COPS, A-6 >

Couple on

beach is

robbed at

gun point
A husband and wife were
robbed at gunpoint Monday
evening on the beach in the
700 block of Beach Proper
Nijrth ~iii Jacksonville Beach.
Allen Lamar Pitts, 18, of
Atlantic Beach, and Kyle M.
Perrin, also 18, of Atlantic
Beach were arrested ~~shortly
after the 9:45 ]$j.m. armed. rob-
bery. A 17-year-old Atlantic
Beach teen was also arrested but
police declined to release his
name because he is a juvenile.
Pitts and Perrin were charged
with armed robbery with a
firearm, police said.
Police said the couple were
walking on the beach at 9:45
p.m. when they were
approached by three male sus-
pects wearing black clothing,
masks and hooded sweatshirts.
?Two of the suspects stayed
behind the victims and the
third walked in front of them.
Police said the male victim
heard what he described as the
sound of a "gun being cocked'"
and felt something press

Teens beat 3

in random

violent 'spree'
A series of random attacks
throughout the Beaches last week-
end left three people battered and
six juveniles each facing felony
charges for their involvement in the
"spree of violence."
Jacksonville Beach police attrib-
uted the crimes to a group of juve-
niles that appeared to randomly
select their victims throughout
Jacksonville Beach and into
Neptune Beach.
On April 19 and 20, police said a
group of juveniles committed a
series of at least three burglaries and
three strong arm robberies. In sepa-
rate incidents, victims were attacked
by three to six juvenile males, police
In Neptune Beach, a strong arm
robbery was reported Sunday at 4-:12
p.m. in the 1700 block of Florida
Boulevard. A 13-year-old boy was
riding his bike north on Florida
Boulevard when a group of seven to
eight young males betwgen the ages
of 14 and 16, also riding bikes,
approached him from behind.
Police said suspects pushed the
victim off his bike, causing him to
fall down an embankment and into
a ditch. The suspects took the vic-
tim's bike and fled the scene, police

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keep track of your symptoms
which you can share with
your healthcare professional.
Characteristics of
Common Headaches:
Migraine headache is char-
acterized by any or all of the
following symptoms: pulsat-
ing or throbbilig pain typical- -
ly on one side of the head,
nausea or vomiting, sensitivi-
ty to light or sound, and visu-
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often characterized by a
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period of at least three
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nied by nasal discharge, ear
sensation or fullness, and
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In today's world, almost
anything could give a person
a headache. The term
"headache" is used and often
overused to describe a reac-
tion to life's general frustra-
tions. For those people who
suffer from headache related
pain, identifying it as "I have
a headache" is not specific
enough to find relief. In order
to find the appropriate treat-
ment` to alleviate headache
pain, it is critical to delve
deeper and identify a specific
headache type.
Determining what type of
headache a person suffers
from is the first step to find-
ing appropriate treatment.
According to a recent survey
by the National Headache
Foundation (NHF), 73% of
headache sufferers reported
experiencing more than one
type of headache. For this
majority, it is ~essential to
determine headache type in
order to develop a specific
treatment regimen. While
migraine was th6 most com-
mon and well-known type of
headache in the survey, with
60% of respondents claiming
it as a type they suffer from, it
is important to get a diagnosis
by a healthcare professional
to determine what type of
headache you actually have.
Seventy-three percent of
NHF survey respondents
reported taking initiative to
determine their headache
type and learn more about
their condition. Of this
group, 57% took matters into
their own hands and conduct-
ed personal research via the
Internet and reading health-

care magazines. Of the 86%
of respondents who consulted
a healthcare professional on
this issue, 59% were successful
in gaining a diagnosis of a
specific headache type.
"Educating yourself on dif-
ferent types of headache is
important, said Lisa Mannix,
M.D., Board Member,
National Headache
Foundation and practicing
physician. "However, it is
best to make an appointment
with your healthcare profes-
sional to obtain an accurate
diagnosis and to establish the
appropriate treatment plan."
Healthcare professionals
can educate the 41% of survey
respondents who reported not
knowing that medication and
non-medication treatment
options are available for
headache symptoms. Thirty-
eight percent of respondents
use the simplest non-medica-
tion treatment available to
alleviate their headaches:
sleep. Massage is another
example of a non-traditional
treatment option used by 16%
of the survey participants.
Healthcare professionals may
also recommend medication
treatments such as the over-
the-counter pain relievers
used by 48% of respondents
or prescription medications
used by 15% of the respon-

Additional NHF
Survey Results:
*After Migraine headaches
(60%), the next most com-
mon type among respondents
was Tension-type headaches
with 37%

*28% of the survey partici-
pants suffer from Chronic
Daily headache
*23% of respondents
reported suffering from Sinus
The 21% of survey respon-
dents who reported not know-
ing what type of headache
they suffer from represent
headache sufferers nation-
wide who could benefit from
prevention and treatment
options that~comelfrom,~deter-
.mining their,heiladatie type,
The following list of charac-
teristics of common
headaches can help keep you

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during next month's Player
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read taglines for the tourna-
ment's promotional PSAs,
which will run withiin PGA
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The Players.
In the vignettes, Freeman
narrates memorable
moments in Players history
that feature Tiger Woods,
David Duval, Vijay Singh,
Phil Mickelson, Davis Love
III and former PGA Tour
Commissioner Deane Beman.
The vignettes debut on
Thursday, May 8, during Golf
Channel's coverage of first-
round action, and continue
through Friday's telecast and
NBC~'s coverage on Saturday
and Sunday.
Freeman, an avid golfer,
plays out of TPC Southwind
in Memphis, Tenn., and
recorded the voice-overs in
New York while .rehearsing

for his role in "The Country
IGirl," which also stars
Frances McDormand and
opened on Broadway on April
"Mr. Freeman was extreme-
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we couldn't be happier with
the results," said Kent Simon,
PGA Tour vice president,
advertising. "You only have
to spend a few moments with
him to learn that he loves
golf, and we are very privi-
leged to have his unmistak-
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framed certificate for beirig a
participant, a Chik-Fil-A calen-
dar containing $30 worth of dis-
counts and Rubik's Cubes
donated by school science
teacher Kathy Poe.
"We're very pleased with it,"
Davis said of FMS Idol before
the event began. "It's for the
community. We always bring
cancer awareness, and the girls
and boys have a good time.
That's what it's about. It's to get
the community involved, bring
our student body together for
something fun."
Mary Phillips helped with the
preliminaries, in which 85 stu-
dents participated, including 51
sixth graders. Preliminary judg-
ing was held in March. The final
field was 12 students.
S"We went by 6tl;-, 7th-, 8th-
grade class," said Phillips.
"Anybody who wanted to try
out came in. Three judges
judged them on voice quality,
Projection, enthusiasm and
A trio of students from each
class level were picked through
the preliminaries. There also
were three wild cards.
Ben'el, lat yea'sroMS Id l
"Something More" by
Sugarland and "Our Song" by
STaylor Swift.

school resource officer,
Shackleford, who has been pro-
moted, came back because "I
just love doing it for the kids,
just seeing their reaction, letting
them know that I'm not always
just an officer. I'm human. I like
to have fun, too."
Shackleford said the judges
were looking for what the audi-
ence was looking for.
"Wre're looking for somebody
who's got it together, under-
stands the song, really delivers
the song, attitude. We're look-
ing for all of that."
The move to Fletcher High
was due to the fact that while a
crowd of 375 attended last
year's event, an additional 100
people couldn't get into the
school's cafeteria.
The first event was held in the
spring of 2005, after
McGiveron, a popular teacher at
FMS, was diagnosed with
leukemia. That event. raised
$1,500-2,000 for him.
"It's very special to me,"
McGiveron said of the FMS
Idols, "because, when it was

held for the first time, it was in
my honor, to help me with hos-
pital bills, get through
chemotherapy that lasted 6-7
months. It's great to see the sup-
port of the Fletcher Middle com-
munity come out.
"It's very heartwarming to
:know that it started because of
me, but now we get to put the
proceeds toward PTSA funds, let
the different grade. levels have
their 'grade play days,' as they
call them, their year-end cele-
McGiveron said he's glad to
be able to have a role in FMS
"It's a miracle that I've been
able to survive and beat it for
four years now, because
leukemia's a very tough disease
to overcome. I have a loving
family, not only with my blood
relatives but my Fletcher family.
Fletcher community supports
me 110 percent all the time."
Each contestant received a
goodie bag. FMS Idol advisor
Tonya Davis said the bags con-
tained, among other things, a


Fletcher Middle School's
fundraising FMS Idol rolls on
and this year's program rolled
on over April 17 to the Fletcher
High School auditorium, where
Hayley Hawkinberry was the
First .runner-up for FMS Idol
2008 was Kaley Carter, also last
year's first runner-up to Abbie
Bell. Second runner-up was
Angela Inciong.
Teachers Lindsay Layendecker
[playing judge Paula Abdul from
TV's hit American Idol] and
Chris Merritt [as Idol judge
Simon Cowell], joined by
Jacksonville Beach police officer
Keith Shackleford [Idol's Randy
Jackson], served as judges in a
program hosted by Mark
McGiveron [spoofing Idol's host
Ryan Seacrest]. Hawkinberry
was chosen by the audience. On
the program handed to all
attendees was a voting chit.
While no longer the FMS

1-'hols. by G.HUJCh 81DAMS
Left, seventh
grader Hayley
Hawkinberry, wvho
sings "Popular"
from "Wicked,"
wins the third
FMS Idol.

p,-".,, t., enuce ;caus.l~
At right, Abbie Bell. right,
winner of last year s FMS
Idol, gets Arnanda Trahan
rad frA Ie pei oana e
that opens FMS Idol 2008.
Standing behind Is Angela
Inclong, the eventual sec-
ond runner-up.

railing of the walkover in dark
clothing were taken into cus-
tody, police said, because of
their proximity'to the van and
the description given by the vic-
The trio included a juvenile
who was arrested in connection
with the crime and Perrin. A 20-
year-old Atlantic Beach man at
the walkover was not charged,
police said.
A search of the van revealed
several pieces of dark clothing,
two bandanas and a .25 caliber
handgun with the serial number
missing, police said. Another
weapon was also recovered in
the dunes near where the sus-
pects were found, police said.

against the back of his neck.
One of the suspects demand-
ed that the couple give them all
their money. The victims turned
their pockets inside out to show
that they had no cash.
The woman gave the suspects
her cell phone which one of the
men threw into the ocean, Det.
Sgt. Mark Evans said Tuesday.
Neither of the victims were
hurt. '
All three suspects fled the
area. One was observed running
over the walkover and the other
two ran north on the beach,
police said.
Pitts was later spotted by
police patrolling the area. He
matched a description given to
police by the victims and was
"sweating profusely and cov-

ered in sand," the report said.
Police detained Pitts and
transported him for identifica-
tion by the victims during
which time he spontaneously
told officers that he knew of two
other males that were going to
"put a lick" on some people at
the beach that night, police
Pitts told police that the
phrase is slang for robbing
someone, the report said. He
also described the type of vehi-
cle belonging to the other sus-
At 10:14 p.m., police spotted
a van with ~tinted windows
matching the description of the
suspects' vehicle in the 11th
Avenue north endzone.
Three males sitting on the

The next step in evaluating the
possibility of bringing more surface
ships to the Mayport Naval Station
- including an aircraft carrier is
months away.
That is according to the web site
for the Environmental Impact
Statement for Homeporting of
Additional Surface Ships at Naval
Station Mayport (www.may-
porthomeportingeis.com) .
A public hearing held last week
at Florida Community College at
Jacksonville's Deerwood Center to
solicit public input on a draft envi-
ronmental impact statement (EIS)
assessing the consequences of
homeporting additional surface
ships at Mayport drew a crowd.
'We had a great, great turnout"
at the public hearing, said Naval
Station Public A~ffairs Officer Bill
According to both Austin and
the EIS web site, the next step in
the. process -the ~final enviro-

mental impact statement is due
in the winter of this year. There will
then be a 30-day waiting period
after the final EIS is published,
according to the schedule, with the
record of decision due in January
Austin said that there are no
public meetings scheduled
between now and publication of ~
the final EIS.
The 12 -action alternatives are
grouped into three categories.
The first group of alternatives
involves homeporting of surface
ships cruisers, destroyers or
frigates (CRU/DES); USS Wasp-dass
amphibious assault ships (LHDs);
and/or an amphibious readiness
group. The alternatives in this
group require minimal construc-
tion activities, according to the
web site.
The second group of altematives
involves a dredging project to
allow access and berthing -but not
homepor~ting --ofone nudear-

powered aircraft carrier (CVN).
These alternatives also include
CRU/DES and/or LHD homeport-
Alternatives in the third group
include the same dredging project
as group two, in addition to con-
struction of CVN nuclear propul-
sion plant maintenance facilities.
This group includes CVN home-
porting, as well as CRU/DES and/or
LHD homeporting.
There is also a "no action" alter-
native, according to the web site,
which calls for no additional sur-
face ships being homeported at the
Naval Station.
There are "a lot of options on the
table," Austin said, and whatever
the decision ultimately is, Naval
Station Mayport "will continue to
support the war-fighter."
None of the altematives have
been eliminated at this point,
according to Austin, and none are
being favored above the others.

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Two other strong armed rob-
beries were also reported in
Jacksonville Beach. Four to five
male suspects attacked two
teens riding bikes at 12:20 a.m.
in the 1300 block of 11th
Avenue North. The victims were
pushed frolh -thei bikes? W~d
beaten' and au cell phone - wts
also stolen, police said.
Before that incident. a man
was accosted by three teens as
he arrived home about 10 p.m.
Saturday in the 200 block of
2nd Avenu~e South. The suspects
beat the man in the torso and
faice and stole his phone as well,
police said.
A total of six juveniles were
arrested for committing the
crimes, which police said are all
connected. All but one juvenile
'is currently being held in the
Duval Detention Center, police
The charges against the
defendants are strong arm rob-
bery, principal in the first degree
and burglary, police said. There
are potentially other charges
from other jurisdictions that are
pending investigation, accord-
ing to Jacksonville Beach police.
Police said all of the suspects
arrested are from Atlantic Beach
and confirmed that three of
them are students at Fletcher
High School. They declined to
release the names of the juve-
niles. '

One of the victims Scott
Chesnut, 49, of Jacksonville
Beach Monday addressed the
City: Council about the beating
he suffered at 10 p.m. Saturday
as he was locking his bike at his
2nd Avenue South apartment.
~"H~t said; he was*@obbed of his
cell phone as he: was accosted in
the hallway of his apartment
complex where college stu-
dents, elderly neighbors and
single parents raising teenagers
Also reside.
Chesnut suffered eye injuries,
bruised ribs and a facial lacera-
tion during the attack. .
"I'm okay. My wounds will
heal. I'm not angry or bitter at
what happened but I am here to
tell you that I Pm concerned,"
he said. "A victim is not how I
choose to portray myself," he
said. "I choose to see myself as a
survivor arg an advocate for my
According to Chesnut, he said
he knew the suspects were up to
no good by their aggressive
body language but he thought
that threatening to call the
police would scare them away.
It didn't.
Chesnut said he decided to
speak out both as a citizen and
an outspoken advocate of the
city's police department to
encourage continued support
for the agency and to help stop
the spread of violence.

The detectives investigating-
his case, Chesnut said, went
"above and beyond" and theit
swift actions resulted in the
arrest of three Atlantic Beach
teens Sunday afternoon within
24 hours of Chesnut's assault-
"'We are fortunate to live in a
town with perhaps the fineSt
police in all of Northeast
Florida. I am deeply concerned
about upcoming budget cuts in
Jacksonville and Tallahassee and
how it could affect our under-
staffed police department,"
Chesnut said.
"I understand that we staff, of
course, based on population
here in Jacksonville Beach.
However, on the weekends and
on some nights we take on a
population much larger."
Chesnut publicly recognized
Det. Daniel Watts, Det. Andrew
Lavender, J.T. Holcomb, Det.
Sgt. Mark Evans and Officer Eric
Shaughnessy for "their attitude
and professionalism and hard
work .. as these young men
were apprehended."
"I ask in these tough times
that we make- sure that all their
needs are met and make sure
that they are fully staffed," he
said. "This past weekend the
police department was there
when I needed them. Let's make
sure that we as a community are
there when they need us."

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Wen I was about to get
married my father-in-
about "tle Bot. bea %aebme
was the one that I kept referring
to as we went through the plan-
ning. Having never planned a
wedding, I needed some
resources, so I bought "the
book" and everyone knew it,
The same thing happened a few
years later when the first baby
was expected. That project
required more than one book.
It seems that in each of my
life's stages, I have turned to
some written words to guide me
through. That's not to say that I
haven't always had helpful peo-
ple around willing to offer free
wndchequ ntn advice, Bsm n e
has always been a comfort in
having a hard copy of the
There are those who jog
through life without checking
in at the library. How do they
do it? I admire their confidence,
bjut perhaps they don't know
what they are missing.. There
are great kernels of wisdom to
be found, there are step by step
instructions and there is com-
fort in knowing others have had
the same questions you have.
My thanks to those who have
taken time to write if not the
answers, at least some helpfll
Now I am 1mjf"r6in~~ aiW
check out the books, there was a
very popular, one entitled
"Passages" by Gaill Sheehy
which gave that name to each
of the stages of one's life.) I am
retiring from the full time, get-
up-early-every-day work force.
Theh stageaisicahnotbas sc ty as
parent. All around me people:
are sa aciarcorngrabtuation"
Luck" seems more in order.
13ack before I made the deci-
sion on when this passage was
to be scheduled, I started check-
ing out the books. My husband,
a retired teacher, teased me
about that he's like his father,
as yrou can see. Why do you
need a book on this one? He
probably thought I was check-
ing out all of those on financial
planning and secure retirement
from the dollars and sense, left-
brained people. That's not ~it at-
all. I didn't read books on how
to pay for the wedding, how to
pay for a baby or financial plan-
ning for growing a teenager. I
wanted, and still look for, the
how-to writers. Where do you
get mental stimulation? What
replaces the social interaction of
the workplace?
In this particular passage,
those resources are more limited
.but I have found a few. I bought
one it's entitled "Get lInspired
to Retire" by David Saylor and
Greg Heffington in case you
are interested. The reason I like
it? On any given day, I can pick
lo"' Spadfnd an ideaaof what o
importantly, my brain cells in
this new life.
My good fortune has been
that I have spent part of my
work career at~ The Beaches
Leader. It is a hard place to
leave. And that contributes to
the questions about the next
stage of my life. Where will I
find the challenges, partner-
ships, and satisfaction that this
work environment has given
me? I'm looking for sugges-
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To the editor:
The decorated Mayport
Road will be. a hazard, as well
as a constant inconvenience.
First, the inconvenience.
Many left turns will be elimi-
nated. If a driver wants to
turn left on to a blocked street,
call it Street B, he will have to
drive on to unblocked Street C
arid make a U turn, or turn left
on to unblocked Street A, and
drive around the block to get

to his Street B. Now, the haz-
ard. Some drivers won't do
either. When they get to the
place to turn on to Street A,
they will drive obliquely to
Street B, in the direction of
oncoming traffic. Some times
they will make it; some times
they will crash head-on into
oncoming traffic.
Dexter T Mann
Atlantic Beach

To the editor:
Since I had scheduled a
lunchtime meeting at the
Symphony Guild office down-
town to discuss the wine tast-
ings at the upcoming sympho-
ny showhouse (Thirsty
Thurs~dt%1) cI ordered oue of

large sandwich wheels.
loW1e nbeaptfl c ditWle it
unlocked my car to place the
drinks in the backseat, I put
the sandwich ring on my
trunk. My cell phone rang, I
got in the car and drove away!
Of course, when I arrived in
town, the sandwich was flot in
my baickseat--never was!!
The tears came (thanks,
Hillary!) not only for the
lunch lost, but for my embar-
rassment dumb-dumb! All of
my new friends were so forgiv-
mng and we shared many like
stories making me feel much
better. One of the ladies
brought delicious brownies
that her daughter had made
and saved the day!
After a productive meeting, I '
went home and had a message
from the P'ublix Deli. A very

thoughtful customer had
found the ring, still intact, in
the parking lot and brought it
back to the deli. They called
me right away.. Of course, I
wasn't home and had not
thought to give my cell phone
nW er a blush on my face, I
went back to get it. They had

madled mecharg monforay?
Lots of employees had big
smiles on their faces when I
carried it out. They made me
feel special not in the least
Thank you so much ladies
and gentleman who work in
Publix, especially Atlantic
Beach and thank you to the
lady who found it. Mh~y neigh-
bors and I enjoyed it so much,
You all made a.stupid act into
a wonderful adventure. Thank
you again,
P.S. The : Symphony
Showhouse at Pablo Creek
Reserve opens through May
11. It is absolutely gorgeous.
Please come!

Martha Read
Aflantic Beach

Celebrate the grace and beauty of
To the editor: Frannie, "I need tco write a let-
I have been privy, to your .ter to ~the editor about how
beautiful coastal town forthe this town affects me." And
better part of a quat~ter centu- she would say, "Do it, Barb, I
ry. I met Atlantic Beach as a love how you love Atlantic
very young woman. I was Beach."
introduced to [Atlantic So today I am writing.
Beach] through the eyes of I am packing my suitcase to
my dearest friend, Frances weekend in your breezy and
Szostek Beaver. She would quaint ocean front city. I will
walk me along your beach, not see my friend this trip,
picking up sea glass and shells instead I will surround myself
along the way. We would talk with her family and friends.
as women friends do, for This time last year, (4/18/07),
hours upon hours...our back- she left illness and pain
drop varied over time but behind and surrendered to an
constants were always family, insidious cancer. She donned
friends and ocean sunsets some fashion statement
tumbling before us. Sunrises wings and took off to hover
painted with the signature above us, malong sure we
colors of our childhood. We made the most of our own
could see a Pennsylvania lives,
autumn dancing across your I was overcome last year as
southern skies in crimsons, I watched Atlantic Beach
golds and orange pinks. swaddle her with loving kind-
When it came time for me ness. Family and friends came
to leave Atlantic. Beach, I from all over the country to
would remark about how be with their beloved to
charmed life seemed in your embrace her in elusive last
aquatic paradise. I would tell moments. Witnessing such

Library Friends appreciate commur



Kathnleen Feindt Bailey Linda Borgstede Kathleen Hartman
Eiore,; The Beaches Lea~der Director of Sales Editor, Ponte Yedra Leader

Thomas Wood
President andl Pblish~er

Chuck Adams
Robert DeAngelo
Rex Edmonldson
Bob Fernee
Alice Gartland
John Hardebeck
Jennifer Knoechel
Alexamndr Kummernes
Kristin MacCaull
Liza Mitchell
Hal Newsome
Kathy Nicoletti
David Rosenblum
'Wimpy Sutton
Ann Von Thron
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Business Offhee
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Jennifer Wise
V'ice President

Karen Stepp
Vice President

boxes them for our spiing and
autumn sales. The week before
each sale sees the FOBBL
members moving the boxes of
-books in and setting up tables,
it is a grand sight when the
doors open to you. During the
year volunteers help shelf
books and serve on one of
four committees, member-
ship, programming, publicity
and noonbreak. Many of our
sponsored programs you may
have enjoyed.
Wednesday, April 30 at 6
p.m. we are sponsoring a chil-
dren's author lecture. Lindsey
Barrett Goerge will be speak-
ing about writing children's

To the editor: ,
The Friends of the Beaches
Branch Library would like to
thank the Beaches
Community for their over-
whelming support of our
Spring Book Sale on April 11,
12 and 13. -All of the money
raised will be used to improve
the beaches library's service to
the community. Throughout
the year it is a labor of love for
us to collect and sort the
books tha are donated to the
library. We pick up books daily
at the library and take them to
our storage area where once a
week our Sorting Crew organ-
izes them into categories and

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John Newsome
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Gerald Tierney

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The Leader's Opinion

MSD needs trustees

Tlhe seven-member board of The Ponte Vedra
Municipal Services District has had two vacancies
since last Defcember when two members moved out of
the MSD boundaries.
Tlhe MSD) is an independent taxing authority pro-
viding certain municipal services for the area east of
A1A south to Corona Road, then south along both
sides of P~onte Vedra Boulevard.
Vacancies between elections are filled by appoint-
ment of the governor. In all fairness, the delay has
not all been the governor's fault. There was some
confusion in getting official letters of resignation,
and it has been difficult to find volunteers to fill the
two seats.
Now, however, the governor has received the resig-
nation letters and has the applications of two people
who are willing to serve. Both of the prospective
,trustees appear to be well qualified by education and
experience and, though this is a non-partisan board,
one isoa 11 mocrat arnmsthf lotdher a Re ubli rilr's

appointment office, John Wegl is a retired 10larine
who h-as a masters degree in administration. His past
experience includes founding and running his own
company. Gordon Blalock is vice-president, sales for
a company that brokers private jets. He is retired from
the Navy and has an undergraduate degree in gov-
ernment and public administration.
Perhaps the governor would like more prospects to
choose from. That might be preferred, but it is not
the current situation. What we do have are two qual-
ified candidates willing to serve. If it were election
timne, each would be elected without opposition. The
governor has the same choice.
It is time to fill the vacant positions on the MSD
Board of Trustees.

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Atlantic Beach
an outpouiring of humanity
has moved me deeply.
As I prepare to return to
you, I feel called by, your
ocean. The cadence of the
tide like the rhythmic beat of
a heart will remind me that
each day brings forth rever-
ence and the opportunity to
live as Frannie did, with beau-
ty and presence.
My many thanks to a, city
hidden from the masses that
humbly cradles its' citizens
with strength anpd tenderness.
Atlantic Beach is an anomaly
in today's world, it is a
Norman Rockwell sort of
town living a generous kind
of neighborly life alongside
the endless miles of ocean
waters...it is a space in my
heart that reminds me that
goodness and grace can be
found in a place. And of
course a place is made up of
those that inhabit that
space... L'Chaim, (To Life),
Barbara Benn

nity support
books and presenting her new
and tenth book, Alfred Digs.
You are all invited.
If you would like to join us
in our FOBBL adventure,
membership forms are avail-
able in the front vestibule of
the library to fill out. You can
leave them there at the library
or mail them to the address on
the form. The fun is conta-
gious. You don't want to miss
it. Thank you for all of the
SBarbara Galloway
President of The Friend
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daughter was riding her bicycle
on a sidewalk heading east
from Donner Park when she
was hit by a black SUV, accord-
ing to the report. The victim
received medical treatment for
minor scrapes, scratches and
bumps, according to the
report. A witness told police
that the driver got out of the
car to check on the girl.

David Lee Walker, 54, was
arrested for aggravated battery
on April 16 in the 100 block of
Mayport Road, according to a
police report.

Kelly Morgan Carpenter, 29,
was arrested for being.a habitu-
al traffic offender on April 15
in the 2400 block of Mayport
Road, according to a police

Burglary to a residence was
reported on Apn1l 13 in the
1700 block of Beach Avenue,
according to a police report.

Criminal mischief' was
reported on April 14 on Deer
Colony Lane, according to a
police report.

Burglary to a motor vehicle
was reported on April 15 in the
800 block of Millstream Road,
according to a police report. A
wallet containing $300 and
several credit cards, a
Blackberry cell phone an~d
satellite receiver were stolen.

Attempted burglary was
reported on April 18 in the 50
block of Ponte Vedra
SBoulevard, accordingto a
police report. The victim told
police he believes someone
tried to kick his rear door open
in order to gain access to the
master bedroom and take a
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sient, was arrested April 18 and
charged with failure to register
as a sex offender and failure as
a sexual offender to update his
license in the 1000 block of
2nd Street South, according to
a police report. Police located
Stanton when they responded
to a report of a suspicious per-
son in the rear of a vacant
building. .

Raymond Champ Cameron,
19, of Jacksonville Beach was
arrested April 16 and charged
with three counts of possession
and sale of a controlled sub-
stance in the 400 block of 3rd
'Street north, according to a
police report. Police found 38
grams of marijuana, four grams
of prepackaged cocaine and 20
unidentified pills without a
prescription, the report said.

Thomas Lee Jones Jr., 43, of
Jacksonville was arrested April
16 and charged with burglary
to an unoccupied structure in
the 900 block of 6th Avenue
South, policesaid. A stirveil-
lance video showed a suspect
jumping over a fence and mov-
ing a ladder to an upper win-

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Robert Francis Meier Jr., 25,
of Jacksonville was arrested
April 17 and charged with pos-
session of burglary tools in the
3900 block of 3rd Street South,
according to a police report.
* *
Ashley Nicole McDaniel, 21,
of Rosedale, Ind. was arrested
April 18 and charged with pos-
session of a controlled sub-
stance in the first block of 3rd
Street North, according to a
police report.
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John David Whitaker, 20, of
Jacksonville Beach was arrested
~April 16 and charged with a
warrant for uttering .forged
bills in the 400 block of 3rd
Avenue South, according to a
police report.
Mitchell Wade Hyde, 55, wa~s
arrested for burglary on April
19 in the 2200 block of
Mayport Road, according to a
police report. The com-
plainants told police they saw
a suspect exiting their fenced
in backyard, according to the
report. Twvo watches, three
bracelets, a ring and necklaces
were recovered, the report
said. -
Fraudulent use of personal
identity information was
reported on April 18 in the 600
block of Cherry Street, accord-
ing to a police report.

Burglary was reported on
April 17 in the 500 block of
Margaret Street, according to a
police report. The victim
noticed; several items in her
room disturbed and discovered
$6,000 was missing, according
,to the report.
A hit and run accident was
reported on April 12 in the
2000 block of Park Street,
according to a police report.

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April 18 in the first block of
Sandra Drive. The victim told
police that the suspect stole
$3,000 sent in a money gram
to purchase a vehicle in an
online transaction.

Grand theft of a motor vehi-
cle was reported April 19 in the
800 block of 7th Avenue
North. A white 2004 Cadillac
CTS was stolen from a drive-
way. The keys were in the cen-
ter console and the car was

Robert Harold Goin, 25, of
Jacksonville was arrested April
20 and charged with a warrant
for failure to redeliver leased
property more than $300 in
the 300 block of 2nd Street
North, according to a police

Battery was reported in the
100 block of 3rd Avenue
North. The victim told police
that he was walking on the
sidewalk at 2:05 a.m. when he
was approached by the
unknown suspect. The suspect
struck him in the nose with a
closed fist without provocation
and fled the scene.

Aggravated stalking was
,reported April 18 in the first
block of Tallwood Road. The
victim told police that he has
received several threatening
text messages.

Grand theft was reported
April 17 in the 100 block of
Seagrove Lane. Six bottles of
prescription medication were
stolen from a combination
lock box in the home.

Residential burglary was
reported April 17 in the 1800
block of 5th Avenue North.
?Two flat screen televisions val-
ued at $375 were stolen.

Burglary to a business was
reported April 18 in the 100
block of 3rd Street North. A
total of $150 in cash was stolen
from a cash drawer in the front
of the store.

Grand theft was reported
April 18 in the 700 block of
11th Street North. Yard equip-
ment valued at $500 was stolen
from the victim's front yard.

Grand theft was reported

Burglary to a boat was
reported April 20 in the 500
block of 7th Avenue South. A
boat engine worth $1,500 was
removed from the craft.

Vicki A. Winner, 35, of
Walworth;, NY was arrested
April 20 and charged with bat-
tery on a law enforcement offi-
cer and resisting arrest with
violence in the 200 block of 1st
Street South, according to a
police report. Police said an
officer tried to stop her from
entering her vehicle and she
punched him in the face with
an open hand, the report said.
Grand theft of a motor vehi-
cle was reported April 20 in the
first block of 16th Avenue
North. A white 2004 Honda
Civic valued at $10,000 was
stolen from the end zone. The
victim left the keys in the igni-
tion and~ the engine running
while he went down to the
beach. He told police he stayed
longer than he expected to and
returned to find his car miss-
Bruce E. Stanton, 47, a tran-

amateur racing with the pur-
chases and driving of a
Legends series race car and a
Legacies series race car. He
joked that he chose the num-
ber "88" for his cars because it
could be' read even if he were
upside down, his family said.
Davis is survived by his
mother, Ann; his brother, Neel
Davis, of Thomasville; his sis-
ter, Deborah Davis Dugger
(husband Michael), of
Tallahassee; his constant
friend, Mary Ann Vaccaro, of
Ponte Vedra Beach; nieces,
. Neeley Davis of Thomasville
and Meredith Dugger
McMillan (htisband Daniel) of
Quincy; and nephews, Haydon
Davis *.of Thomasville and
Davis Dugger of Tallahassee.
He was preceded in death by
his father, Renny Rudolph
Davis Sr.; maternal grandpar-
ents, Neely John and Elizabeth
Reichert; and paternal grand-
parernts,; FJape Claud JEI, and
Antsie ILeGTatev avl .cn
The family requests memori-
al contributions be made to
Northeast Florida Community
Hospice, 4266 Sunbeam Road,
Jacksonville, Fla. 32257.
Guests may sign the online
guest register at
SAllen &T Allen Funeral Home
of Thomasville, Ga., 229-226-
6331, is in charge of the

Carmine A

Carmine A. Derrico, 62, died
April' 17, 2008.
Survivors include his, wife,
Suzanne; three sons; one
brother; and two grandsons.
A memorial service will be
held Friday, April 25, 2008, at
the McHerron residence, 7026
Cypress Bridge Drive N., Pronte
Vedra Beach.
Services under the care of
Quinn-Shalz Funeral Home,
Jacksonville Beach.

George Lawrence
(Larry) Murphy Jr.

George Lawrence (Larry)
Murphy Jr., 86, died peacefully
April 20, 2008.
The grandson of Irish immi-
grants, Murphy was the eldest
of three children born to
George L. and Clara Vaeth
Murphy July 24, 1921, in
Utica, N.Y.
scMuolph attended gsrammian
Syracuse and .Our Lady of
Lourdes in Utica, where he
served as an alter boy. He
attended high school at LaSalle
Academy in Providence, R.I.,

ondWyaose ,ase mn a o e
in business and won the New
England Collegiate Golf
Championship in 1941 prior to
graduating in 1943.
Following graduation from
college, Murphy earned his
commission at Colombia

.Uc leve liinutN nnrskta us
,serving 42 months active duty
in the Atlantic and Pacific
oceans aboard the USS West
Point, serving in World War II
and seeing combat in the
Battle of Midway and
Murphy considered himself
blessed to have served his
country and fortunate to have
seen the world, his family said.
After a brief employment

with Oneida Ltd. in Bethesda,
Md., Murphy joined General
Tire and Rubber Company in
Akron, Ohio, in 1961~ as man-
ager of national sales accounts.
He retired after 24 years with
the company, moving to Ponte
Vedra Beach in August 1968. In
post-retirement, Murphy estab-
lished Cellular One' of
Jacksonville in 1984 through
A passionate and avid
scratch golfer, he played our
country's most beautiful cours-
'es throughout his lifetime, his
family said. He enjoyed hitting
the beach, reading, keeping
abreast of every pro and college
sport, and especially revered
his beloved Gators, according
to his family. His favorite pas-
time, however, was spending
anytime possible with family,
his family said.
Murphy was preceded in
death by his parents; his b~roth-
er, Bob Murphy,.D.DS; his sis-
ter, Paula Murphy Judson; and
granddaughter, Suzanne
Abigail Myers. He leaves to fol-
low one day his children, Abby
(Bill) Myers, Geordy (Nancy)
Murphy, Shaun (Emily)
Murphy and' -Nora :(Mike)
Bequette. Affectionately called
"Grandpa Murph," his 11
grandchildren will, miss him
greatly, his family said.
Family will receive friends
today, Wednesday, April 23,
from 6 to 8 part., with vigil
prayers at 7 p.m. in the chapel
of Quinn Shalz Funeral Home
of Jacksonville Beach. A Mass
.of Christian Burial will be cele-
brated at 11 a.m. Thursday,
April 24, in St..Paul's Catholic
Church of Jacksonville Beach,
with the Reverend William
Kelly as Celebrant. Interment
will follow in Ponte Vedra
Valley Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, donations
in Murphy's name may be
made to Community Hospice
of NE Florida.
Services under the care of
Quinn-Shalz Funeral Home,
Jacksonville Beach.

Ola Mae

Honeycutt Gill.

Ola Mae Honeycutt Gill
Tunstall, 68, died Thursday,
April 17, 2008. She was born
June 25, 1939, in Wake County
to the late William and Hallie
Ferrell Honeycutt.
In addition to her parents,
she was phre eded in deatl Iy

A memorial service was held

Wank CldA 'en ral 2 ti
C~h rh, Zeon, N.;. w

band, Thomas Tunstall IV of
Fli pin, Ark.; a daughter, Robin
GiillhBealsGo Wildngton;asn,
of Columbus, Ga.; two grand-
sons, Evin and Graham Gill of
Colu bus sise sA Be

Zebulon, and Margaret Hinton
of Zebulon.
Memorials may be made in
hrntrmemar to tthWake63el
Proctor Street, Zebulon, N.C.
27597, or to the American
Cancer Society, 11 South
Boylan Avenue, Raleigh, N.C.
Po rangements by L.SHrari led


Brenda Klein

Brenda Klein White, 81, died
April 21, 2008. She was born in
Boston, Mass., June 18, 1926,
to Anna and Armin Klein.
She was a great wife, mother,
grandmother and friend, and
will be greatly missed by all,
her family said.
She is survived by her hus-
band, Charles D. White Jr.;
children, Scott, Deborah` and
Charles III; and grandchildren,
Anna, Caitlin, Charles IV and
A memorial service will be
held at 2 p.m. Thursday, April
24, irf the chapel of Quinn-
Shalz Funeral Home.
In lieu of flowers, memorials
are preferred to your favorite
charity or Community Hospice
,of NE: F1~loida. ly-r fanlitiympid.
Services under the care of
Quinn-Shalz Funeral Home,
Jacksonville Beach.



.Patricia Ann

Patricia Ann
Brown, 84, ..
died peacefully
April 17, 2008. .
According to ..
her family, she
was a loving
wife, mother, .Bg~ i
friend and golf :
enthusiast; a
member of
Beach United Methodist
Church for over 50 years; and
an advocate of a natural
healthcare lifestyle along with
the benefits of chiropractic
Brown was an avid golfer,
her family said, and a member
of the Ladies Golf Association
at Jacksonville Beach Golf
Club. She was also a charter
member of the Beaches Ladies
Golf Asspciatiour I ro4
~Brouuwl i ways preceded .i
heathj in 2004 by her husband
of 58 years, Dr. Gilbert L.
Brown, chiropractic physician.
She was a resident of
Jacksonville Beach since 1953
and Palm Valley since 1975.
Brown is survived by her
four children, Janette Baysore
(Tim), CynDee Fekula (Patrick),
Rocke Brown (Marie Packer)
and Sam Brown; grandchil-
dren, Eric Brown (Lisa), Keith
Showalter (Elena), Benjamin
Fekula (Lainie), Genevieve
Fekula (Vince Miranda), Chris
Baysore (Beverly)- .and Mindy
Baysore (Casey Gibson); great
grandchildren, Jessica Brown,
Zachary Baysore and Lyliana
Fekula; and sisters, Paula Hall
and Greta Passwello. Other
family members include Chip
Hall, Kelly Reamer, Jason
Reamer, Jeramey Reamer,
Richard Clark (Joy Chu), Thom
Thomas (Jaennifer), Richard
Thomas (Kathy), Geraldine
Kroll, Lorna and Bill
McMahan, .Bill McMahan, and
Jim McMahan.
Per her request, a private
family memorial service was
held April 19. In lieu of flow-
ers, contributions may be
made to NE Florida
Community Hospice, Anne
and Donald McGraw Center
for Caring, 4715 Worrall Way,
Jacksonville, Fla. 32227.
Services under the care of
Quinn-Shalz Funeral Home,
Jacksonville Beach.

Reniny Rudolph
Davtis Jr.

Renny Rudolph Davis Jr., 52,
died Sunday, April 20, 2008, in
Ponte Vedra Beach.
A graveside service will be
hed tLiTlHil CemTer s
Apn1l 24, 2008, at 2 p.m.
Davis was born March 3,
1956, in Thomasville, to
Rudolph and Ann (Reichert)
Davis. He graduated from.
Thomasville High School and
attended Georgia Southern

Unda g worked during high
school at Davis Water & Waste
Industries, Inc., he continued
with that company and its suc-
c~ssors. Davis rose to become
manager of the Jacksonville
and Savannah, Ga., branches
of the company. He was head-
quartered in Jacksonville.
According to his family,
Davis enjoyed hunting, boat-
ing and especially auto racing,
being an avid NASCAR fan. In
his 30's, he became involved in

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the departmental responsibilities of
Services Sgt. Thomas Bingham, who "was
being overwhelmed with [numerous nor-
mal] duties coupled with what was being
needed to coordinate the activity of our
In the year since the position was staffed,
Thomason said the department has added
new members to the alumni association
and COP program.
Thomason said the department has a
total of 132 volunteers who last year donat-
ed 8,000 hours of service.
"That~ is the equivalent to four full-time
employees," he said. "They have been a
tremendous help to us over the years."
Thomason said 23 volunteers have
received additional training to participate
in the COP program. The specialized train-
ing allows the volunteers to patrol streets
and help write minor incident reports to

reduce the workload of the regular officers.
"They are also trained in traffic direc-.
tion," he said. "They know when it is a sit-
uation that exceeds their ability to handle
and they have radios to call an officer to
Mayor Fland Sharp said he never imag-
ined that the creation of the Citizens Police
Academy would have paid such dividends.
"It is one of the most amazing pro-
grams," said Sharp, who is also a graduate
of the program. "It.is extremely interesting
and anyone out there that hasn't been
through it you owe it to yourself to go do
The citizens police academy is a .crime
prevention program developed in 1998. A
total of 567 citizens have graduated from
20 academies. In 2000, the alumni associa-
tion was formed to foster continued
involvement with the department.

A city of Jacksonville
employee who has worked
with the Mayport Waterfront
Partnership for approximately
nine years will be reassigned.
Edward Lukacovic, the part-
nership's program manager,
has been reassigned to other
areas of Jacksonville's Planning
and Development Department
and will no longer work for the
Partnership, he said Tuesday.
Lukacovic's time has been
split between the Partnership
office in Mayport and
Jacksonville's Planning and
Development office down-

to t, he said that he was told
last week his last day working
for the partnership would be
this coming Friday.
When asked why he was
reassigned, he said "I don't
have an answer," explaining
that he was not given a reason.
Planning and Development
Director Brad Thoburn said
that the decision to reassign
Lukacovic was made after
reviewing the best allocation of
time and resources.
"Its a case of taking a look at
the best use of our existing
resources," he said,' citing
budget cutbacks. "I just could-
n't justify the time spent in
[the Mayport] office."
The Partnership was formed

in 1997 as a joint effort
between the cities of
Jacksonville and Atlantic Beach
to "bring economic revitaliza-
tion to the eastern shore area of
Duval County."
Even though there will no
longer be a city of Jacksonville
staff member working on
behalf of the Partnership, it can
still act as a city agency,
Lukacovic said.
Thoburn also explained that
there was always the under-
standing that the Partnership
would reach a level of "self-suf-
"The Partnership will be able
to survive without him,"

Th t snm Partnership mem-
bers have suggested Lukacovic
was removed from his position
as project manager as a politi-
cal maneuver by the city of
Jacksonville to make way for a
proposed cruise terminal in the
"The purported first affront
will be to remove the Project
Manager assigned by the City
of Jacksonville Planning and
Development Department
froin a three day a week com-
mitment to the Mayport
Waterfront Partnership's
endeavors to economically
develop and preserve Mayport
Village as a working waterfront
and fishing village," said
Partnership Treasurer Carroll

Huffines in a Feb. 28 e-mail to
Jacksonville city officials.
"The alleged second assault
will be efforts to dissolve the
Mayport Waterfront
Partnership, thereby removing
opposition by businesses and
officials, and clearing the way
for the development of a
Cruise Ship Seaport Terminal in
Mayport Village by JAXPORT."
But, Partnership Chair David
Fisher said that while some
believe that the elimination of
a program manager may be
"political," the group plans to
continue "business as usual."
"We'vre got~a lot of educated
people who know what they're
domh her add that the
Partnership has not received
any official notice from the city
of Jacksonville regarding
Lukacovic's reassignment.
But, ~Thoburn said he is in
the process of drafting a letter
that will be sent to the
Lukacovic also said that the
city will no longer pay for its
portion of electricity or phone
services at the Partnership
office located at 4610 Ocean
Street which is shared with
Hornblower Marine Services.
Hornblower Marine operates
the St. Johns River ferry, which
was. taken over by the
Jacksonville Port Authority in

performed before, to experience what it's
like to be in a show."
Cooper, who has a degree in dance from
Jacksonville University, along with a minor
in theater, has performed professionally,
and she's running the show like a profes-
sional theater.
"I've taken what I've learned, and I trans-
fer it to the kids," she said. Cooper said
she'd like the community to know how
hard the children have been working.
"Sixteen have never been on stage before.
They listen, and they're good kids. With the
funding, this is a way for kids to be able to
do things they never would have been able
to do outside."
She said she hopes for audience help.
"We want to let these kids know what it's
like to give back. They were given to, and
we want them to reciprocate by giving back
to a charitable cause."
Kaliyani Curley is a student who's making
her first appearance on stage.
"I thought it would be fun," the sixth
grader said. "They told us about St. Jude,
and we're going to be helping by giving
them some of the money we earn."
Curley, who has different roles in the
play, said she's both "excited" and "a little
One of her classmates, Christian Strang,
has had past drama experience. He went to
a performing arts school in Panama City.
His main role comes in the first scene.
"I'm a baby, and we don't know whether
we are boy or girl," said Strang, who added,
"CI didn't know about it [the foundation]

before I joined the play. We're actually
donating. "
Music director Marisa O'Brien said stu-
dents have worked really hard.
"Most of our cast is sixth graders, with a
sprinkling of seventh and. eighth graders.
The unique thing is that sixth graders can
be in a play. They're not allowed to do any
other activiti or sports, only the musical."
Sixth grade Samantha Peters was in last
year's school lay at Jacksonville Beach'
"It's really fin," she said of this year's
involvement. "I've gotten over most of my
stage fright."
Choreographer Katie Postemski has had
no problem choreographing 16 students
who've never been on stage.
."I've danced pretty much my whole life,
and I have taught all ages, all abilities," she
said of her past experience in working with
beginners. "With a play, it's a little bit easi-
er because it's putting your own personality
into it. It's about making a small movement
really big through acting and facial expres-
sions. So it's OK if each little movement
looks different, not so much in sync,
because it's acting."
Principal Katrina McCray calls Mayport
Middle thd "Little Train That Could"
because "we know no boundaries. Whatever
we want to accomplish, we do. This is defi-
nitely an example. They'll be giving back to
the` community, and all the kids are
involved. ~All of them' love it,' all of them
understand wrhy they're doing it. So that's a
wonderful part."

Planner honored

Richard C. Prosser of
Jacksonville Beach is being
inducted next week as a fellow
in the American Institute of
Certified Planners (AICP) at
the, organization's national
conference in Las Vegas.
Prosser, retired from Prosser
Hallock, Jacksonville, where
he was longtime president, is
being honored by the AICP
College of Fellows, which "rec-
ognizes individuals who've
made exceptional contribu-
tions to the planning profes-
sion," AICP president Graham
Billingsley said in a news
Election to the Fellowship
may be granted to planners
who have been longtime
members of AICP and have
demonstrated excellence in
professional practice, teaching
and mentoring, research, com-
munity service, leadership,
and communication.
Altogether, 49 planners from
22 states will be inducted into
the AICP College of Fellows at
the ceremony.
Prosser is being named a
Fellow of AICP for individual
achievement during his 45-
year planning career.
Prosser was the principal
planner for many signature
projects and master-planned
communities in Northeast
Florida, "and he promoted
mixed-use and higher-density
development to maximize
open space and preserve natu-
ral resources," according to the
Scholarship endowed

Prosser Hallock, .a
Jacksonville-'based consulting
firm providing planning, engi-
neering and landscape archi-
tecture services, donated a
$58,000 endowed scholarship
to the University~ of North
Florida (UNF) in the name of
Azeb Tekie.
Tekie came into the United
States in the early 1970s from
Ethiopia where her parents
were imprisoned because of
their political affiliations. One

of eight children, she helped
several of her siblings and
other relatives immigrate to
the United States to seek polit-
ical asylum. .
Tekie graduated UNF's civil
engineering program and put
her two sisters through school
at UNF as well.
Tekie died of complications
from pneumonia in 1998 at
age 45. Shortly after Tekie's
death, Prosser Hallock estab-
lished a charitable foundation
to fund scholarships to stu-
dents in her memory.
Tekie Foundation donations
were used to establish the
endowed scholarship, thereby
supporting UNF students pur-
suing a degree in civil engi-
neering. Prosser Hallock
organized golf tournaments
and .other activities to raise
money. Clients and employees
united year after year to con-
tribute to the foundation.
"The future scholarships
which will be awarded will
inspire deserving students to
follow Azeb Tekie's example to
use education as a way to
improve not only their own
lives, but those of others
whose lives they touch as they
progress in engineering
careers," said Stephan Nix,
director of the UNF School of

Baptist appointment
Howard C. Serkin, principal
and senior advisor to the
Business Valuation and
Heritage Capital Group, was
recently welcomed as a mem-
ber of the Baptist Medical
Center Beaches' Board of
Serkin lectures exterisively
on varied financial topics. In
1987, he became the first exec-
utive-in-residence and visiting
professor for the University of
North Florida's (UNF) College
of Business Administration.
He continues to serve as
executive-in-residence and
executive professor for the col-
lege, as well as serving as a
member of UNF's Board of

Wine sales expand

Florida's leading wineries,
San Sebastian and Lakeridge
Wines, are now available at
Pub~lix supermarkets th~rough-
out Florida and will be avail-
able in many other major
Florida supermarkets, wine
shops and liquor stores.
Until now, consumers have
not been able to purchase the
bands of San Sebastian, which
has a winery in St. Augustine,
or Lakeridge at many _super-
markets within the state.
Florida-grown native
Muscadine grapes and drier
hybrid wines are the flagship
brands from San Sebastian
Winery. They include Castillo
Red, Reserva, Chablis, Rosa,
Vintners White and Vintriers
Red. Lakeridge Winery
brands ~include: Cuvee Noir,
Cuvee Blanc, Chablis,
Sunblush, Southern White and
Southern Red.

Trial lawyer honored

Jeptha "Jep" F. Barbour, a
longtime resident of Ponte
Vedra Beach, recently received
a high honor in the legal com-
munity through his induction
into American College of Trial
Lawyers. Only four lawyers in
Florida received this honor.

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photo submitted
Florida State Attorney
General Bill McCollum,
left, presents a com-
mendation to Morris
Busbia of Ponte Vedra
on April 16 during a
ceremony at the The
Capitol that was jointly
hosted by the Attorney
General and Governor
Charlie Crist to recog-
nize National Crime
Victims' Rights Week
and 30 years of victim
compensation in
Florida. Busbia was
one of three original
cnime commissioners
instrumental in the for-
mation of the Crime

Commiso on 1978.

Jeptha "Jep" F. Barbour

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Were it not for the quick
thinking of a veteran newspa-
per photographer and an
equally decisive news desk,
one of most memorable pho-
tos in Jacksonville history
might have been second day
I was the editorial page edi-
tor of The Jacksonville Journal
in 1967 when staff photogra-
pher Rocco Morabito took the
award-winning photo known
as "The Kiss of Life."
We were used to Rocco tak-
ing good pictures, so it came .
as no surprise when his shot
of ai injured JEA lineman being
given mouth-to mouth resus-
citation by a colleague won a
Pulitzer Prize for spot news.
photography in 1968.
Four decades later, the
Jacksonville Historical Society
is commemorating the news-
paper deed with a screening of
an original film documenting
one of the city's best known
"Forty Years Since the
Pulitzer: Rocco Morabito's Kiss
of Life" will be shown at 7:30
p.m. Thursday at Old St.
Andrews church, 317 A Philip
Randolph Blvd. Free parking
will be provided.
The photo underscored the
danger electrical workers face
on a daily basis.
It ran on the front pages of
newspapers allisoe ath tan ~
more notoriety elsewhere than
it did in Jacksonville.
tThe pht a trbu to
Journal and its staff. 1 orabito,
a Jacksonville native, just hap-
pe::: po b t ae on
wvhe~n the incident unveiled.
because olf a railroad strike,
when I heard all this commo-
tion," Morabito, now 87,
recalled in a phone interview
last week.
"I saw this [JEA] worker
hanging from one of the poles
with another man trying to
rescue him. I just aimed my
camera and got the second
man as he was giving the first
man mouth-to-mouth. The
ambulance had been called
and got there almost immedi-,
At the time, Morabito said
he wasn't sure the victim,
Randall Champion, would
make it.
S"I'll never forget the sight of
Champion hanging upside
down after coming in contact
with a live wire," Morabito
"I thought he was dead, but
Thompson didn't hesitate to
climb up and do what he did.
We thought he had a chance
because of the quickness of it

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Instructor Rick Foster of the American Red Cross Volunteer Life Saving Corps goes over the finer points of manning a lifeguard
tower on a recent training day for the 2008 winter recruit class. The class graduates Saturday.

Recruits to cap three months of

training with arduous pool test

Garc~ia, I wouldn't have
made it," Stearns told the
six recruits, who range in
age from 16 to 19.
"Passing the pool test was
the single most empowering
moment of my life."
Garcia, now a life insur-
ance agent in Jacksonville
Beach, said he was one of
the smallest lifeguards in
the Corps when he helped
Stearns pass pool test in the
summer of 19~64.
".Iwas 5-foot-3 and 120
pounds, but you take their
best shots and kept going,"
Garcia said.
"You get overwhelmed,
but the only way I was quit-
ting was if they pulled me
off the bottom of the pool."
Recruits are historically
Itery of pool test. In 1998,
when Stearns was the recruit
instructor, two of his stu-
dents. dropped -the course
within days of graduation.
In 1997, a commodore, or
the elected leader of a
recruit class, quit the week
of pool test.
"You will be psyched out,"
Stearns said.
But pool test wasn't the

only thing the recruits were
stressing about on Suilday.
The six, Eric Bohn,
Monica Ruggiero, Kaity
Morris, Walley Meskel,
Catherine Woodcock and
Anthony Delossan~tos, began
their 12th and final week of
training by taking a 21-page
American Red Cross exam
on emergency response pro-
Next, the recruits put
their study skills to the test
by performing practicall"
on a variety of CPR
"I've been studying every
night," said Ruggiero, who
along with Meskel scored a
91 on the 70O-question writ-
ten test, the capstone of a
40-hour, first-responder
All the recruits scored a B
or better on the exam, led
by Woodcock, a junior at
Nease High School, with a
grade of 97.
After jogging their brains
for an hour, the recruits ran
a, mile on the beach in


(Part eight of a series)


floor of the historic
Jacksonville Beach
lifeguard- stations this past
Sunday, six recruits with the
American Red Cross
Volunteer Life Saving Corps
listened intently as long- ~
time lifeguard David Stearns
gave them the benefit of his
An active member of the
Corps for the past. 20 years
and a former instructor,
Stearns, 60, told the recruits
that Friday's dreaded pool
test at Fletcher High School
will be an ordeal they won't
soon forget.
"It's like suiting up for an
NFL game," Stearns, a 1964
Fletcher High graduate, said.
"It's designed to physical-
ly exhaust you, but the big
secret is don't give up."
The long-awaited and
course-defining pool test
will ascertain the rescue and
survival skills of each
recruit. Cloaked in secrecy,



Thompson's quick emer-
gency response and the fast
arrival of an ambulance aided
in Champion's eventual recov-
Dick Bussard, a longtime
Jacksonville Beach resident,
was city editor of The Jourr~al
when Morabito's photo landed
on the news desk.
''We had been criticized by
the high command for miss-
ing deadlines," Bussard,
recalled in a phone interview.
"And the man on the desk
that day didn't want to be late
again, and said, he couldn't
use [the photo.] Our manag-
ing editor, Elvin Henson, was
out of town, so I said,
'Deadline or not, this picture
is going to be used now.'
According to Bussard, the
black-and-white photo ran in

Jura Imd Jko vi ee read-
ers were the first in the nation
to see the photo before it hit
th attendedd' an ee i meet-
ing in New York right after
that and I was amazed at the-

Busr e rey,"
"It had run on~ page ong a~

The people at Columbia
UJniversity, where the meeting
was held, swarmed around me
asking questions like how
were we able to get it and who
was Rocco.
"One of the men on the
desk tried to take credit for
naming it 'The Kiss of Life,'
but it was a wire service man
who really came up with that
Morabito said he "was just
doing his job" when he took
the famous photo. He never
imagined it would be a
Pulitzer winner.
In a moment of typical
newspaper sarcasm, Bussard
remembers a colleague on the
city desk congratulatmng
Morabito, then asking the ulti-
mate follow-up question in
the news business: "Now,
what will you have for tomor-
Rex Edmondson worked for
The Jacksonville Journal fr~om
1959-1983, retiring as sports


Even though Donna
resolution was "no
more recipes," the
Jacksonville Beach resident

it has been surprising how
often a dish requiring little
time to prepare can be even
better than a dish from an
older recipes that takes
hours to prepare.
Since two of her three
grown daughters are vegetar-
ians, MacNeill also looks for
new vegetarian recipes.
While this was a challenge
at first, she now has an
appreciation for the quality
of the vegetarian recipes
that are available. Many are
so good that the entire fami-
ly enjoys having vegetarian
dishes, she said.
The MacNeills moved to
Jacksonville Beach about
eight years ago after her
husband Harry retired from
the Veterans Administration.
The couple had lived in
Gainesville early in their
marriage while he was in
graduate school and also
lived in New England.


has found keeping her reso-
lution has been difficult.
"I simply enjoy cooking
and love to try new recipes,"
she said.
Cooking has been part of
MacNeill's life since she was
a new bride with little expe-
rience in the kitchen. With
a few cookbooks to guide
her, MacNeill taught herself
to cook and bake.
Her recipe~collection has

Donna MacNeill enjoys entertaining in her Jacksonville Beach

photo by ROCCO MORABITO courtesy of the Jacks6nville Historical Society
JEA lineman J.D. Thompson gives mouth-to-mouth resuscitation
to fellow lineman Randall Champion in this famous 1967 spot
news photo by Jacksonville Journal news photographer Rocco
Morabito. The newsman was on another photo assignment
when he rushed to the scene to snap the picture, which earned
a Pulitzer Prize in 1968.

Classes at In the Kitchen,
formerly in Ponte Vedra,
were a favorite, she said.
For MacNeill, the ingredi-
enrts and the ease of prepara-
tion are the best features of
newer recipes. She said that

grown with more cookbooks
and recipes from magazines
and the internet. She also
has enjoyed attedning cook-
ing classes with friends and
uses some of the recipes
from the classes at home.

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Passing the pool. test
WsS the single most
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-- Dave $fearns,
forrrer instceruor

the event is closed to the
The hour-long test has
haunted recruits for years,
even old-timers such as
Stearns, wh~o entered the
Corps in 1964 as a 125-
pound high school senior.
"I had convinced myself
thiat I would fail," he said.
Stearns remembers heav-
ing his guts out on the old
Atlantic Beach Hotel pool
deck and contemplating sur-
render before a lifeguard
picked him up and threw
him back into the fray.
"If it wasn't for George

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She describes the house
they built here as ideal for
entertaining, with an open-
floor plan and space to set
up extra dining tables for
A suggested menu for
warm weather entertaining
from MacNeill includes
Speedies, Garlic Lime Rice,
Grilled Asparagus, and
Pistachio Cake.
Speedies are marinated
pork cubes which are grilled
in just a few minutes.
,-Garlic Lime Rice is one of
MacNeill's favorite side dish
recipes. This dish is far from
bland since it is flavored
with lime juice and garlic.
Fresh cilantro and lime zest
provide an additional burst
of flavor to the rice after
Fresh asparagus, simply
grilled with olive oil and
kosher salt, is a delicious
addition to the diriner.
Pistachio Cake completes
the meal. This cool tasting
dessert is ideal for warm
weather and has been a fami-
ly favorite for many years,
said MacNeill.
MacNeill especially likes to
mae :4ake dansdu olun
teers to make a dessert when
asked to bring a dish to an
The following are recipoes
from Donna MacNeill.

4-6 boneless pork chops
one-quarter cup red wine
three-quarters cup olive oil
3 cloves of garlic, crushed
1 small onion, chopped
2-3 T Worcestershire sauce
1 tsp. Tabasco
1 tsp. oregano
1 tsp. basil

Mix all ingredients (except
pork) together.
Cut pork chops into small
bite-size pieces and place in
above mixture. Marinate at
least 2 days (3 if possible).
This mixture will become
thick in refrigerator. Stir pork
mixture occasionally.
Soak wooden skewers in
water for approximately 30
minutes. Place pieces of pork
on skewers.and grill approxi-
mately 8 minutes until done.

Garlic Lime Rice
1 T olive oil
3 Jarge garlic cloves, thinly
1 cup long grain white rice
2 cups water
2 T fresh lime juice
1' tsp. kosher salt
2 T fresh chopped cilantro
2 tsp. lime zest, minced

Heat oil in a saucepan over
medium high heat. Add gar-
lic slices, saute 3 minutes or
until golden brown. Stir in
rice; saute 2 minutes.
Add water, lime juice and
salt; bring to a boil. Cover,
reduce heat to very low, and
simmer 20 minutes or until
water is absorbed and rice is
Stir in cilantro agd lime

Grilled Asparagus
Break pieces of asparagus
into same lengths, discarding
bottom stalk parts. Place in
layers on Reynolds Release
foil (dull side up). Pour olive
oil lightly over~asparagus
and sprinkle lightly with
kosher salt. Place on grill or
under broiler for approxi-

mok e ndemi ndle it
lemon wedges.

Pistachio Cake
1 box Duncan Hines yel-
low cake mix (without pud-
ding in the mix)
1 pkg. pistachio pudding
3 eggs
1 cup canola oil
one-half cup chopped wal-
1 cup club soda

Mix all ingredients as
directed on box. Pour into
angel food or bundt cake
pan. Follow box directions
for baking ,cooling, and
releasing from pan direc-
1 pkg. Dream Whip
1pkg. pistachio pudding
one and one-half cups cold
Beat at high speed for 5
minutes. Frost.
It is best to frost cake prior
to serving. Keep ill refrigera-
tor after frosting.-

photo submitted
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Caring for the Caregiver
Community Hospice of
Northeast Florida, St. Johns
County Council on Aging and
ElderSource have partnered to
present "Caring For the
Caregiver" from 9 a.m.-3:30
p.m. May 3 at the Coastal
Community Center, 180
Marine St., St. Augustine.
Doors will open at 8 a.m., and
a complimentary lunch will be
provided. The workshop will
provide caregivers with tips to
help make their lives easier.
Carol D. O'Dell, author of the
memoir, "Mothering Mother,"
is the keynote~ speaker. To reg-
ister for the workshop, call
Cary Hatton at 904-209-3675
before April 25. Adult day care
will be provided for caregivers,
but space is limited. To reserve
day care space, call Paulette
Kozlowski at 904-209-3690.

Women's Health Fair
"A Wealth of Health....A
Woman's Health Fair" is pre-
sented from 9-11:30. a.m. Mlay
5 at the Coastal C-ommlunity
Center, 180 Marine St., St.
Augustine. The event is offered
to the St. Johns Gounty com-
muriity by the SJCCOA Coastal
Home' Care and Bayview Home
Health. Local health care
providers will be available dur-
ing the health fair to answer
questions and address con-
cerns about women's health
issues. Call 209-3700 for infor-

Beaches Center Open
The Beaches Senior Center at
Huguenot Park, 281 19th Ave.
S., Jacksonville Beach, holds an
open house that begins at 2
p.m. May 19. The event, at
which a health fair will be
held, will be open to the pub-
lic. Light refreshments will be

African Dance Classes at
Galimore Center
African dance and move-
ment classes are offered from
6:30-8 p.m. every Wednesday
at the Willie Galimore Center
in St. Augustine through May
28. Elizabeth C~hesek and
Nicole Muro lead participants
accompanied by live drum
music. Each session is $10.
Call 904-209-3640 for infor-

Beginning Computers
This practical class at the
Neptune Beach Senior Activity
Center explains the Windows
operating system in a clear,
concise manner. It concen-
trates on activities that seniors
are most apt to use. Classes,
which are held from 10 a.m.-
12 p.m. .Tuesdays and
Thursday, started April 22.
This class is appropriate for
those upgrading from earlier
versions of Windows as well as
those completely new to com-
puters. Call 270-1688 to regis-

eBay Class
An eBay class will be held at
the Neptune Beach Senior
Activity Center from 10 a.m.-
12 p.m. beginning April 23
through May 7. This class
walks participants through the
process of registering foreBay
and PAYPAL (a secure online
money transfer site), selling an
item and listing a book on
half.com (art eBay affiliate).
Call 270-1688 to register.

Movie Experience
A special movie experience
is offered from 1:30-3:30 p.mK.
April 24 at the Neptune Beach
Senior Activity Center. Seniors
will be given an afternoon of
learning about "The Moses
Code-the Movie," the sequit to
"The Secret," from spiritualist
Richard Russell. For informa-
tion, call 270-1688.

Sunshine Center Open
The doors of a new location
for the Sunshine Center
Therapeutic Adult Day Center
will be open from 4:15-6 p.m.
April 28, and everyone is invit-
ed to visit. The Sunshine
Center is moving from its cur-
rent quarters at Coast
Community Center to a more
spacious home just across the
street at 180 Marine .St., St.
Augustine. The St. Johns
County community is encour-
aged to stop by during the
open house. Call 209-3700 for

May Monday Movie
Matinee Madness
Every Monday, the Neptune
Beach Senior Activity Center
serves popcorn, candy and a
soda for $2 to go along with
Monday Movie Matinee
Madness. Call 270-1688 for

Cont. ~from A-7
under eight minutes.
Morris finished first with a
6:48 clocking. Meskel was
second at 6:54. Ruggiero
(7:02) and Delossantos (7:22)
were close behind.
In a prime example of
spirit de corps, Bohn, the
commodore of the recruit
class and a six-minute miler,
stayed back to pace
Woodcock, the slowest run-
ner. ~
The pair crossed the finish
line with 30 seconds to
spare, a personal best for
Woodcock, who was battling
a chest cold.
Bohn ran despite an ankle
Before being individually
summoned to take their CPR
practical, assistant instruc-
tor Demian Harris gave the
recruits a pep talk.
S"From what I've seen, you
guys have this," Harris said.
"I have faith in this group.
It's another test, but go slow
w~ith .It."
Bohn1 flalhced a cirumtn-up
sign when herreturned from
his 30-minute practical
While the other recruits
waited their turn, Stearns
went over a check list of
Corps procedures.
"What are the three
biggest problems you will
have as a lifeguard?" Stearns ,
asked the recruits. ,
"Boredom, daydreaming
and distractions," Bohn said.
According to Stearns, the
cardinal rule of lifeguarding
is to always keep one's head

"Look 10 seconds to your
right, and then 10 seconds
to your left," Stearns said.
"When I'm on the peg [life-
guard station observation
tower], I count '1, 2, 3' for
the whole hour I'm up
Of the three types of surf,
high, medium and low,
medium is "the hardest to
guard," Stearns said, adding
that there are four zones of
activity in the ocean, with
the most active zone being
in front of where the waves
Before Friday's pool test,
the recruits must swim 550
yards in under 10 minutes, a
minimum time standard in
the Corps.
On Saturday, they will
report to the station at 4
a~m. for approximately eight
hours of training before~they
officially graduate.
On Sunday, when the
Corps celebrates its official
olpening day ceremonies~
with picture dayi) and an
open house at 10 a.m., win-
ter recruit class graduates
will don the Corps' distinc-
tive one-piece swimsuit for
the first time.
Sunday also marks the first
day of duty for new recruit
surfmen in the all-volunteer
organization, which dates to
"The qualifications to get
in are tougher now," Stearns
told the recruits.
"You guys wiill probably
wear the suit as long as I





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Pnr 10A

Sixth grader Nathan Wray, left, is the first of 168 Mayport Middle students on the school's A4-B honor roll treated to a special April
16 luncheon sponsored by Fleet Landing and prepared by its chef, Dernnis Corcoran, right. Among those assisting Chef Dennis in
serving the youngsters are, standing next to the chef, Fleet Landing CFO/COO Roger Palmer and, next to Palmner, Mayport Middle
PTA president Brenda Wray.

Fleet Landing chef treats Mayport Middle

School A-B honor students to luncheon

One hundred sixty-eight
achieving students at
Mayport Middle School were
beneficiaries April 16 of
some Fleet Landing gene-
oristy. For being members of
the school's A-B honor roll,
they were awarded a lunch
prepared by Fleet Landing's
chef, Dennis Corcoran, and
served by members of the
facility's management team,
as well as members of the
school's PTA.
"At Fleet Landing we have
an outreach program," said
Corcoran. "We like to get
involved in the community,
and this is one of the things
we're doing. We're treating
the students to a nice lunch-
eon for their efforts. This is '
our first time [at Mayport
Middle], but it won't be our
Fleet Landing and Mayport
Middle came together
because of a letter written by
PTA member Karen Foster.
"We have, in the past, had
to pay for the honor roll
luncheons out of the PTA
budget," Foster said last
Wednesday. "As a result, we

was needed, they've come in
and taken care of for us."
This year's first two honor
roll lunches were sponsored
by Bubba Burgers. Members
of American Legion Post 129
cooked burgers and donated
buns and cheese. The PTA
paid for chips, the school
supplied drinks. Mackoul
donated ice cream treats.
"We are excited about the
fact that this year most of
the food from our three
luncheons has been donat-
ed," said PTA president '
Brenda Wray. "This is signifi-
cant because, in recent years,
the luncheons ate up half of
Our rather small budget. This
frees up dollars to be used
for things the school needs."
Those, Wray outlined,
included help with the
drama department's spring
musical, to be held at the
school April 24-25; cheer-
leader uniforms, band ban-
ner, tractor/lawn mower for
athletics, small donation to
each school department, bus
transportation for the band's
'local~ performances, refresh-
ments at various events and ~
a teacher appreciation lunch
next month.

were not able to do so many
projects around the school.
"Family members have
moved into Fleet Landing
and told me that it has to do
community volunteer service
projects. I wrote a letter, and
a family member presented
it. Chef Dennis contacted me
and said they would be
thrilled to do the honor roll
luncheon for us. [Fleet
Landing is providing]
absolutely everything. But
we have ice cream that's
been donated by Mackoul
Distributors," she said.
CFO/COO Roger Palmer,
who, led the Fleet Landing
contingent, underscored
Corcoran's promised return.
"[Executive Director] John
Meserve got the letter from
Karen. We have all outreach
program, and this~is a good
opportunity to show in the
community. We'll be looking
at more of this in the
future." -
All students received good-
ie bags from the PTA. Each
,bag contained candy, pencils,
a ribbon for all A's or A-B's,
and a gift certificate. The
school's all-A's list consisted
of 25 sixth graders, 10 sev-
enth graders and eight

eighth graders.
Sixth graders Nathan Wray
and Evan Prior were the first
through the line. Both have
. been on the honor roll all
year, and Prior said "hopeful-
ly" when asked if he's going
to be there the rest of the
"It's interesting," said
Wray, who was first in line.
"I like honor roll lunches
because it's a bit nicer food
than some in the cafeteria."
Added Pript, "T like coming
out here and eating."
The honor roll lunchroom
was set up on the driveway
in front of the Atlantic Beach
"For each honor roll lunch
we've gotten a business part-
ner," said principal Katrina
McCray. "hri the past the PTA
always funded it, and that
left little money to go back
into the school. So we've
talked with several business-
es, and Fleet Landing chose
to fund this one. But more
than fund it. They're com-
ing out, they're cooking,
they're serving.
"We're proud of all our
business partners," said
McCray. "They've been so
supportive. Everything that

entries must be received by
April 30. The theme is "Where
the River Mieets the Sea." The
winner receives a kayak eco-
tour for tw~o, courtesy of Ripple
Effect Eco Tours. In addition,
the winner's artwork will' be
iimaged on the G;TM.Research
Reserve National Estuaries Day
T-shirt. The runner-up receives
a boat tour for up to four peo-
ple.. The third-place finisher
gets a' family annual pass -to
the GTM Research .Reserve.
Winners will be announced
May 30. For contest rules and
guidelines, go to www.gtmn-
err.org. Call 823-4500.


Spring Break Arts Camp
A Spring 'Break Camp is
underway at the Cultural
Center at Ponte Vedra Beach
aird runs through April 25. 4-5
years old: 9 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Cost per day: members $30,
non-members $40. 6-9. years
old: 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Cost per
day: members $40, non-mem-
bers $50. Call. Jessica at 280-
0614, ext. 204, to sign up.

Spring Break Drama Camp
The Limelight Theatre
Spring Break Drama Camp, for
ages 8-12, runs 'through April
25 at the Limelight Theatre, 11
Old Mission Road, St.
Augustine.' The daily sessions
will be held from 9 a.m.-12
p.m. Tuition is $75, and regis-
tration runs through April 16.
For information, call 825-

Th Auc s svlle Children's
Chorus holds auditions for
children in grades 2-12 from 1-
4 p.m. April 26 at Jacksonville
Country Day School, 10063
Baymeadows Road. To sched-
ule an audition, call 904-346-
16h36 or vsit rw. axc~h idren
the Artistic and Executive
D irec 'sC ouJacksonville

Art Contest for Fourth
The GTM Research Reserve
hosts its second annual art
contest for fourth-grade stu-
dents to commemorate
National Estuaries Day. All

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photo submitted
Cast and crew for "Look< Homeward Angel," a play set for 7:30 .
p.m. Saturday at Douglas Andierson School of the Arts, are
(back row) Hiatt Woods and Jack Permenter of Atlantic Beach,
Logan Curran of St. Augustine; (front row) Maggie Stern of St.
Augustine, Caiti Wiggins of Ponte Vedra Beach, Ana Hill of
Jacksonville Beach and Taylor Bamnett. Tickets for the perform-
ance are $20 and will be on sale at the box office the evening
of the show. For more information, call 346-5620 ext. 122.

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Fletcher enters this week's

district tournament seeking

berth in the state playoffs

Mandarin softball once again has Fletcher's number

Senators win Gateway Conference crown



Photos' by Rob DeAngelo
left fielder
Luke, cov-
., ering third
. base on a
pir 'B lrl'~~e ~ _~~~~P~~I4IP bunt, tags
,, ... out
lu. Michelle
Moultrie in
Iast Friday

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a- shortstop
reaches to
tag out a
: .Sandal-
,, wood
ner last
:;: Thursday.

An old nemesis derailed
Fletcher on its way to a district
softball championship last
Friday night.
For the fourth time this sea-
son, Mandarin had the
Senators' number, this time by
a 4-1 count, in the District 1-6A
title game played at Fletcher
The Mustangs (23-2) took a
1-0 first inning lead whehn Clara
Kendall smacked a double thqn
took third on a sacrifice bunt `
off the bat of Riley Carter.
Michelle Moultrie singled in
Kendall to give Mandarin the
That lone rnm stood up until
the bottom of the sixth when
the Mustangs added three more
for insurance. Carter started
things off with an infield hit
then beat Fletcher shortstop
Kelly Wilson to the bag on a
ground ball to put runners on
first and second with none out.
A sacrifice bunt put runners
on second and third with one
out before Katy Black bunted
on a squeeze play to bring in
Cora Milliken's two-run dou-
ble to left-center gave the
Mustangs a 4-0 lead.
SDown to their last three outs,
Fletcher began its first rally of
the game. Katie Satterfield
lashed a long single over the
centerfielder's head and
advanced to second on Micah
Nevin's infield hit.
A fielder's choice put
Senators on first and third but
after a strikeout Fletcher was
down to its final out. Wilson
smacked an RBI single to make
it 4-1.
With two aboard, Brooke
Peaver belted Carter's 3-1 offer-
ing deep to right but it was
held up by the wind allowing
Moultrie to get under the ball
at the base of the wall and pre-
serve the victory for Mandarin.
"I think we chased some bad
pitches and it got us behind in
counts and then it kind of had
the~ snowball effect," said
Senators head coach Christina
Flores. "One of our keys going


aredk annsh hrgg run) eh
Senators. Trevor Adeeb (two
runs), Scott Sitz (RBI) and Will
Campbell (a pair of runs)

Fletcder whil Ryn honey
and James Dillon each record-

eda tdreau dominated on
the mound, striking out the
first three batters he faced,
anp then held on to scatter
just five hits in seven innings.
SThe pitcher has been enjoy-
ing his early success as a
"It's been going pretty
good," Beaudreau said. "We
relied on defense mainly
tonight. I was excited When
coach told me I was taking the
mound tonight. I just focused
all day long apd came out and
got them."
Now that the regular season,
and the Gateway Conference
championship, is behind
them, the Senators head into
the district one win away from
reaching the state tourna-
As the No. 3 seed in the dis-
trict, the Senators are set to
face Sandalwood at Mandarin
High School tonight. Fletcher
split the two regular season
meetings with the Saints.
If Fletcher wins, it advances
to the district final and auto-
matically receives a berth in
the state tournament.
"We have to get through
that first game," Bernstein said
of this afternoon's contest,
,which is slated to begin at
'4:30 p~m. ("We're going to
throw everything we have ine
that first game. It's the most:
important one.
"We'd like to win th~e chamli-
pionship, but the first garnetr .
the more important one. -
We're going to take everything
we have and throw it at thenl.
If we get to -the second game,
we'll deal with it when we get
Senators ace Scott Sitz is the
probable starter against
Sandialwood. With other arms
at their disposal, Kevin Brown~
and staff won't fret aboxit"~
finding another pitcher
should they reach Thursday's
championship game.

Fletcher High has this base-
ball tournament thing down
Three times this season, the
Senators have played in a
tournament and have come
out on top,
most recently a
9-2 wihn last
Thursday over
Terry Parker
High School, at *
Stadium at the
University of
North Florida,
to take the
crow n. ....................
defended its We've be
Gateway .title;;;;;st'''g tunm t

son. and we've w
The win .
was a big Itin
boost to Kevin] Brow
Fletcher (18-:t~J tatou

to 7-3 to naments so
Parker (18-5) .
earlier this into that kine
season. like the di!
victories are a WOn't be a s
welcome sign
for the
Senators, who -
embark on a
quest for the so e
district title
this week. Senators
"we've b~aseba
been in three
tournaments this year and
we've won all three," Fletcher
assistant coach Jeremiah
"Boomer" Bernstein said. "I
think (head coach Kevin)
Browni tried to do that, put us
into tournaments so we can
get into that kind of situation
like the district and it won't

bnted conference event,
Fletcher relied on the arms of
its pitchers, the one position
which can burn out quickly in
tournament play, as the
Senators have seen opponents
do in each of its chamnpi-
onship games this season.
Stanton Prep
ran out of

II, pitching in its
lopsided 16-1
loss to Fletcher

Tournament at
I Mandarin a
few weeks ago.
Parker, which
~came off an
; ..~......... 11-inning
win last
en in three faced the
This year les n he
ion all three. Gateway
ead coach title game.
n tried to dO Fortunately
for Fletcher,
us into tour- sophomore
we can get seau
I ofsitution Beaudreau,
of stuaionup' from the
strict -and it junior varsity
team, provid-
hock- ed an extra
I games in four
days is rough
on the pitch-
cBssistant Bernstein
li coach said. "We
were able to
go pretty deep with our pitch-
ers. We've had great pitching
every night. -
"Mionday we only had to
playc six Innings and threw
B~eat only fiiW oif`thiem. He's
in such good. shape. He does-
n't get tiredjtoo easilyr. Beau
was in good enough shape to



Fletcher High left-hander Beau Beaudreau delivers to the plate last Thursday in the Gateway .
Conference championship game against Terry Parker High. The Senators won, 9-2.

a save an~d two wins,"
Bernstein said. "He's done
exactly what we wanted him
"He's a lefty so he gives
everyone a different look and
his ball moves all over the
place and I think they struggle
with it. He's done a heck of a
job since he's come up here."
Senators catcher Cory
Franklin was a little nervous
putting the pressure of a tour-
nament championship on
such a young player.
"When I knew Beau was
coming in I was kind of fright-
ened," Franklin said. "I knew
we had to just do what we

had to do. I went up to talk to
him to change a few things
and they IParker) couldn't
keep up. I g~ive him all my
credit. If he works on some
small thmngs, he can be really ,
really good. He threwv a heck
of: a game.":
Franklin was the rniai rea-
son the Senators got such a
big jump on Parker in the
final. The senior smacked a
three-run double in the third
inning, then scored, giving
Fletcher an earlyA-sl advran-
tage. T ran kli n L.T- for- -1 at the
plate) also drove in another
run in the fourth,
Houston Brown IRBI, rurn

`come back after only two
nights' rest and throw a com-
plete game tonight. That's
what helps in the tourna-
Beaudreau, who spent most
of this season as the Senators
JV ace, has excelled in his
three appearances so far at the
'varsity level, picking up a save
and two wins. He tossed a
one-hitter in the 10-1 victory
over Lee High in the opening
game of the Gateway
Conference tournament and
followed it with a complete-
game win over Parker in the
"He's come up and he's got


in was to have patience at the
plate and not chase [Riley
Carter's] junk and hit her
"We had 12 hits against her
in the conference final last
week .. but we didn't score a
run until the last inning
tonight. It's disappointing,
especially since we scored 10
runs [Tursday] night against
Sandalwood in the semifinal.
But I guess you get them when
you can."
Carter (15-2) scattered eight
hits over seven innings to earn
the victory.
Fletcher's Erin Schuppert (11-
6) took the loss, going the dis-
tance and giving up nine hits.
Each team committed an error.
"We didn't have discipline at
the plate and it cost us," said
Flores, whose team fell to 19-7
on the season. "We started
chasing pitches from the first
pitch. We just have to lay off '
that stuff and make her come
into the zone."
Flores said she won't let her
players sulk too long over

Friday night's loss.
"It's disappointing but the
good thing is tve still have
another week," she said. "We at
least have Tuesday and from
here on out it's one game at a
Fletcher was slated to travel
to Deltona (14-4) for a regional
quarterfinal matchup yesterday.
The Mustarigs were set to
play host to Deland (21-5) in
another regional quarterfinal
Despite four losses in four
tries against Mandarin this sea-
son, the Senators may not have
seen the last of the Mustangs. If
each teams wins its quarterfi-
nal, the ballclubs will meet
again Friday in the regional
"If we get another crack at
them, we'll just try to play
Fletcher softball," Flores said.
"We've lost seven games all .
year and four of those have
been to Mandarin. It would be
nice to finally get a win over
them, especially in such a big

The Beaches Leader

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])~'i The Beaches Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader April 23, 2008


Bottom fishing on party grounds still red hot

_ :~ _

In_ _

when anglers cleaned 30 snap-
per, four amberjack, two
grouper and stringers full of
On Saturday a charter of 23
anglers brought 46 snapper
over the rails to go with a great
catch of sea bass and beeliners.
Capt. Williaml Goodling,
Sandy Goodling, Steve Swan,
Frank Tappin and Jay Air took
the "Venus Baby" to the blue
water last Sunday. They
dropped their baits to the bot-
tom, after a few hours of
unproductive trolling. They
immediately started filling
their coolers with triggerfish,
snapper and grouper. At dark
Sunday they were still cleaning
On the Jacksonville Beach
Pier, drum, sheepshead, trout,
Spanish and pompano were
flopping around in coolers all
during last week. Katherine
Jones with her sheepshead and
Jason Kennedy were just a few
of the many pier anglers who
left with good catches.
Canal guide John Dyrssen
with Robert Wallace fished last
Thursday with live shrimp and
netted five trout and four reds.
Butch Garvin and Rusty
Borthwick used crickets for
bait in Hanna Park last week
and caught 15 briam and
nine catfish.
Wayne Ezeill and Al
~Wiltshire on Wayne's "Sea
Pro" have found a hot whit-
ing spot along the north jet-
ties. On a trip last week they .
caught at least 50 whiting and
brought two dozen home.
George Bull went back into
action last Friday on his
"Bionic Bull" and ended an
enjoyable day with another
good catch of flounder, trout
and reds. He released all of
the reds. ,
Larry "Fishman" Finch
fished the surf at Huguenot
Park and caught his limit of
pompano three straight days.
He also had several dozen
whiting on each trip.
Bruce Boyer, Bobby
McMillian and the "Fishman"
anchored in the river last
Friday and caught five
SheepShead, 10 trout and two
Capt. Gerald Beasley, Ed

I r.

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LEFT: Capt. Bob
Ulrich, fishing with
friends Mike
McGrath, Pete
Marks and Pete
White caught 200
pounds of
grouper, a 20 fish
limit in just a few
hours, while fish-
ing in the Gulf on
April 12.
Kathenine Jones
with the four-
sheepshead she
caught around the
piling of the Jax
Beach Pier last

B ottom fishing on the
~part~y grounds continues
Vto be the talk of the bait
and tackle shops. The surf
cleared up during the week
and anglers brought good
catches of whiting and pom-
pano out of the sloughs.
Capt. Dennis Young made
three trips to the party bottom
aboard his "Sea Dancer" last
week out of the Jacksonville
Marina. Friday, the Craig Petty
party with Capt. Dennis
brought home eight snapper, a
15-pound grouper and lots of
flounder. ,
On Saturday, aboard the "Sea
Dancer," the John Cochran
party weighed up a 20-pound
.snapper to go with seven other
eight-pounders, one grouper, .
several flounder to six pounds
and a good catch of sea bass.
On Sunday Capt. Dennis
had another great trip with
Duane Schmitt, Clayton Doerr,
Dr. Michael Shalpe and Norm
Parrow. They cleaned their
limit of eight snapper along,
with a great catch of beeliniers
and sea bass.
Capt. Mike Morris with John
White and sons Casey and
Seth anchored along the jetties ~
last week and using live
shrimp for bait pulled in six
reds (22 to 31 inches), a drum
and 10 sheepshead to five
On Sunday, Capt. Mike and
his guests Steve Gabrielle, his
daughter Julie and friend Anidy

. .I

ciik 1' ';


White made another jetty trip
and iced down 10 sheepshead
to eight pounds.
Capt. Scott Reynolds and
the "King Neptune" returned
from trips last Friday, Saturday
and Sunday with happy
anglers. Each day their coolers
were stacked with 20 to 30
snapper weighing up to eight
pounds, grouper to 15 pounds,
cobia to 30 pounds and big
beeliners. Last Sunday their
catch included 20 snapper, a
cobia, four grouper, a big man-
grove and plenty of beeliners.
Capt. George Strate started
last week off with a bang when
his anglers on the "Mayport
Princess" brought up fat snap-
per on their first stop Monday.
They ended the day with 35
snapper, four amberjack, a
grouper and dozens of beelin-
ers and sea bass.
The fishing scene was much
the same for the Friday trip

/~'I~.""- l~ili

Puttbach and friends Richard,
Jeff and Sarah on the "Rite
Spot II" last Sunday anchored
and drifted about 17 miles
offshore. They came home
with five snapper they could
keep, 20 sea bass, a triggerfish
and beeliners and four red
grouper weighing between 17
and 25 pounds.
Capt. Jeff Holliday and
David Ross took advantage of
the great weather last Sunday
and took the
"K~at's Diamond" to one of
their favorite spots out of St.
Augustine. They caught three
snapper and a stringer full of
beeliners 25 miles southeast .
of the St. Augustine hlilet.
Capt. West Wingate and
friends Dan Crowley, Travis
and Lucas Crowley anld John
Weeks on the "Posse" fished
offshore of St. Augustine
Sunday and captured 12 dol-
phin weighing ten to 25
Not far away, Capt. John
White and sons Seth and
Casey were also trolling up
dolphin. They landed 10 dol-
phin weighing ten to 25
pounds and also finished the
day with a 40-pound wahoo.
Great fishing for these neigh-
bors in Palm Valley.
Good Fishin'.

J. 8~

Photo submitted
Jason Kennedy caught this six-pound drum last Thursday on
the Jax Beach Pier using dead shrimp for bait.

Photo submitted
George Burger, of New Jersey, visiting his brother Pete Covert,
caught a 25-inch red fish in the surf at Hanna Park on April 11.

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and Del Rio can't be blamed
for every wooden nickel that
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tough nut to crack. If every
phenom was as great as he
appeared to be, every pro
team would be
signing only
future Hall of
Fans who
call in to radio
talk shows, or
write to the
team know
what's needed,
so t~he honchos
should listen.
Those on the
outside are
never wrong,
are they?
It's no secret
that a big need for Del Rio is a
decent pass rusher. Little old
ladies who only see games on
the tube know that much.
For several years the Jags
QBs have taken a beating as
enemy defenders have rushed
the Teal and Black silly.
Jacksonville needs someone to
rush the enemy QBs silly.
The best way to beat a super

thrower is to stop him from
throwing. Or running. Or
handing off. If the other guys
don't get stopped before they
get started, all kinds of bad
things can happen.
Solution? Draft that rusher
for next season. Or buy one.
Or kidnap one.
If the Jaguars can get lucky
enough to pick a Fred Taylor,
why not another Tony
Never mind another quar-
terback first. That can wait a
round or two. After all, they
let Garrard and Quinn Gray
rust on the bench while
Leftwich was being sanctified
by the front office and the
But even if Jacksonville
strikes out again, be patient
dear fans. Drafting is merely a
gamble. It's time for the Jags'
numbers to come up. Maybe
there's a David Garrard or
Maurice Jones-Drew just wait-
ing to be discovered by the
Del Rio gang.
After all, nobody knew who
Jamie Martin or Jay Fiedler
were when they came, did

him three wishes?
Well, Weaver has had wishes
before but some of them
turned out to be nightmares.
No player in Jaguars history
ever came out of the draft
with expectations like those
attached to Byron Leftwich.
Thanks to the smoke blown
at the public about Leftwich
and his abilities, it turned out
to be one of the biggest quar-
terback flops in the league.
Injuries kept Byron from
doing a lot, true, but the man
Harris and the others said
would make fans forget Mark
Brunell only made them for-
get to buy tickets.
Compared to Leftwich,
Jonathan Quinn looked like
Eli Manning.
Others blew down as quick-
ly. The only question about
Jay Soward was what kind of
jam he might get into away
from the gridiron. They told
us he could run -- and with
his off-duty activities that was
a talent that came in handy.
They said Matt Jones, the
reconstructed college quarter-
back from Arkansas was "a
comer." After three years he

must be coming by a stage
coach that was held up.
There have been plenty of
goodies available, so let us
give credit where credit is due.
Nobody in the league has
matched the
likes of run-
ning back Fred
Taylor, offen-
sive tackle
Tony Boselli,
Tony Brackens,
maybe the best
pass rusher in
20 years, or
David Garrard,
for that matter.
Team offi-
cials didn't
know that lat-
ter was a Pro
Bowler while
they were slobbering over
Byron Leftwich.
The Jags also got lucky with
a pair of defensive tackles in
Georgia's lylarcus Stroud and
Tennessee's John Henderson.
If Stroud's injuries haid not
closed his active career here
there's no telling what he
might have done next season.
The trio of Smith, Harris

ing days before shop-
ping starts Saturday in
the yearly NFL grab-bag
known as the draft. Where
gambling is concerned, the
NFL Draft makes Monte Carlo
and its games of fortune look
like old ladies playing bingo.
The Jacksonville Jaguars do
their planning months ahead
of time with the threesome of
head coach Jack Del Rio, chief
of staff James Harris, also,
known as the vice president of
player personnel, and Gene
Smith, executive director of
college and pro personnel.
Smith is the team's only full-
time man on the draft job and
one of the best in the busi-
Just what do the Jaguars

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Highs in the
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Beginner Junior Camp II is
slated for June 23, 25 and 26
from 9 a.m. until 11 a.m. Cost
is $45 for all six hours.
Intermediate Junior Camp I
takes place July 7, 9 and 10
from 9 a.m. until 11 a.m. Cost
is $45 for all six hours.
Beginner Junior Camp HII
scheduled for July 21, 23 arid
24 from 9 a.m. until 11 a.m..
Cost is $45 for all six hours.
Intermediate Junior Camp II
will take place August 4, 6 and
7 from 9 a.m. until 11 a.m.
Cost is $45 for all six hours.
Advanced Junior Camp I is
scheduled for August 11, 13~
and 14 from 9 a.m. until 11
a.m. Cost is $45 for all six
Adult clinics will also be
available this summer. Check
with the Pro Shop for dates
and times. For more informa-
tion, phone Huguenot Tennis
Center at 247-6221.

Photo submitted
The Nease High boys 1,600-meter relay team, Alex Bermudez,
Blake Bennett, Brad Bennett and Patrick Barker, ran to a first-
place finish at the District 3-A track meet last Thursday and will
compete in the regional meet April 24 in Tallahassee.

Basketball Camps
Tommy Hulihan's Beaches
Basketball Camp will~take
place at St. Paul's School June
9 to June 13.
Schedule is 9 a.m. until
noon for boys and girls enter-
ing third, fourth and fifth

e~m frA 1oy mering i 4th,
seventh, eighth and ninth
grades. Cost is $95.
An all-girls Middle School
Basketball camp at St. Pattl's
will take place June 23 to June
27. Camp is from 4 p.m. until
6:30 p.m. for girls entering
sixth, seventh, eighth and
nine grades. Cost is $75.
For bmr snb km atonor vs r
phone Tommyr Hulihan at

The fifth annual
Jacksonville Kayak Fishing
Classic, the world's largest
kayak fishing tournament, will
take place May 2-3. The event
promotes kayak fishing in
Jacksonville with a conserva-
tion-oriented format and rais-
es, funds for children's pro-
grams through Daniel
Memorial and Dignity-U-Wear.
The ecotourism event also
supports the St. Johns
Con vt nn Adss~o ition.
Officials expect more than
250 k yak an lers wHl trg tn

a catch-photo-release format
with more than $50,000 in
prizes and gifts.
Entry fee is $60 and kayak
fishermen can register online
at JacksonvilleKayak-
FishingClassic~com .

Nease liigh' Mat Bozich
has earned a commission to
attend the U.S. Merchant
Marine Academy in King's
Point, NY.
Bozich, an offensive line-
man, is the latest Panther to
sign with a college. He joins
Hunter Bates (Northwestern),
Graham Bates (Arkansas State),

McaC ugh (ia dee), Dalton
Faulds (East Carolina), Kadeem
Smith (College of the Canyons
in Calif.) and Ted Stachitas,
Ramon Booi and Rily Haynes
each of whom will attend
Wake Forest.

Jacksonville Beach Tennis
Center at Huguenot Park
announces a series of summer
camps and programs.
Beginner Junior Camp I will
take place June 16, 18 and 19
from 9 a.m. until 11 a.m. Cost
is $45 for all. six hours.

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Jarcksonville Beach Golf Club is a municipal public golf course
offering Golf Camps and individual instruction for all age groups
including group lesson pricing for company outings. Lighted <~ O
Driving Range.

Our Pro Shop can provide for your on the spot golfing
needs including shirts, hats and golf balls. We have a full
service restaurant and bar for your "after the game"
enjoyment. Beverage cart attendants are on the course at
all times for your convenience.

Gift cards are available for purchase for golf or apparel.
Tee Times are recommended may be made up to 7 days in advance.

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Judy Marcos, from left, Kathryn Captain and Sally Mceue of the Ponte Vedra Woman's Club are
ready for tonight's Fine Wine Gala at Fresh Market in Ponte Vedra Beach. The event at the store,
located at 840 A1A North, raises money for the club's scholarship fund, which benefits local high
school seniors.


April 23, 2008

The Beaches Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader

Club. For information and
reservations, call Beaches
Women's Partnership at 249-

Mayport Mid Musical: The
Mayport Middle School
Drama Club's musical, "Free
to Be....You and Me," will be
performed at the school start-
ing at 6 p.m. April 24- 25. A
portion of the proceeds will
be donated to the St. Jude
Children's Research
Foundation since Marlo
Thomas wrote the book "Free
to Be...You and Me.'.
Donations will be accepted at
the door and during intermis-

Taste of Beaches: A Taste of
the Beaches, to benefit the
Beaches Boys &r Girls Club
Renovation Project, will be
held from 6-9:30 p.m. at
Latham Plaza, across from the
SeaWalk Pavilion in
Jacksonville Beach. The
event, sponsored by Sea Star
~Line, LLC, will feature
cuisines from several Beaches
restaurants. Tickets for Taste
of the Beaches are available
for $35 each or four for $100.
For information and to pur-
chase tickets, visit
www.bgenf.org or call Rosa
Nicholas with the Boys &
Girls Clubs of Northeast
Florida at 396-4435.

Friday, April 25
Echoes of the Empire:
"Echoes of the Empire-Songs
and Poetry of Great Britain"
will be presented by baritone
Robert Tudor and pianist
Scott Watkins at 7:30 p.m. in
Jacksonville University's Terry
Concert Hall. The recital will
feature songs of Ralph
Vaughan Williams, George
Butterworth, Benjamin
Britten and John Greer.

FRA Does Cooking: Fleet
Reserve Association Branch
290 hosts "Pizza/Calzone"
dininers from 5-8 p.m. at the
Branch Home, 390 Mayport
Road, Atlantic Beach. Carry-
out orders are accepted, and
the public is invited to din-
ner. The music of Doug
Bracey will entertain from 9
p.m.-1 a.m. :i
Photo Image Transfer
Workshop: A photo image
transfer workshop will be
held from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. at
the Cultural Center at Ponte
Vedra Beach. The instructor is
Anna Tomczak. The workshop
is open to beginner to
advanced levels. The cost to
members is $100; for non-
members it's $125. The class-
rooin will serve as the studio
for making image transfer
prints on paper, cloth .and
other surfaces. To register, call
Jessica at 904-280-0614, ext.

Red Hats Celebrate: All
ladies are invited to the 10th
anniversary of the
International Red Hat Society,
with activities from 11 a.m.-8
p.m. at the Regency Square
Belk. The event is free to all
who attend. There will be
modeling, as well as a per-
formance by the Sassy
Tappers. Event planners are
local Red Hat Society chapter
Queens Mary Jane Brown and
Karon Saul. For information,
c on ta c t


Saturday A ril 26
Beaches Sandcastle
Contest: The annual Beaches
Sandcastle Contest, spon-
sored by The Beaches Leader,
will~ be held on the beach in
front of the SeaWalk Pavilion.
Check-in begins at 8:40 a.m.,
with the contest running
from 9-11 a.m. Preregistration
is available any weekday from
9 a.m.-5 p.m. at the .
Jacksonville Beach Recreation
Department, South Beach
Parkway. For information, call

Butterfly Festival: Tree
Hill's seventh annual
Butterfly Festival will be held
from 12-5 p.m. at Tree Hill's
50-acre nature preserve, 7152
Lone Star Road, Arlington,
The event, which features live
music -and children's games
and activities, culminates in a
mass butterfly release.
Admission is $5 for adults, $2
for children 14 and under.
Proceeds benefit Tree Hill
Nature Center, a non-profit
.environmental teaching cen-.
ter that has served
Jacksonville for 35 years.

Cummer Ball & Auction
XXXI: The Cummer Ball,
which is by invitation only,
features a live and silent auc~
tion, hors d' oeuvres, seated
dinner and dancing. Proceeds
benefit the Cummer Art
Acquisitions Fund. For infor-
mation, call 904-899-6038.

Digital Workshop: The
GTM Research Reserve offers
a digital nature photography
class from 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
at the GTTM Research Reserve
Marineland office, 9741
Oceanshore Blvd., St.
Augustine. The workshop,
which will be taught by pho-
tographer Daryl LaBello,- is
designed to give the begin-
ning photographer an intro-
duction to the fundamentals
of photography with hands-
on practice. Participants need
to provide .their own camera,
which should be at least 3
mega pixels and have a mini-
mum of a 3x optical zoom .
:lens. Cost of the workshop is
S$-l25. 'Advaricedl regirltratior
and payment is required, and
class size is limited. Call
Diana Eissing at 904-823-
4500 to register.

Discovery Art Class: The
GTM Research Reserve hosts a
Discovery Art class for chil-
dren ages 11-14, which is
offered from 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
The class will be taught by
'local artist Jean Drayovitch.
Cost to attend is $45, payable
in advance. All materials are
supplied, except for a brown
bag lunch, which participants
need to provide. Call 904-
635-0941 to reserve a seat.

Earth Day Event: Native
Sun hosts its first Earth Day
event from 11 a.m.-5 p.m. at
the Native Sun Natural Foods
Market-Mandarin, 10000 San
Jose Blvd. There will be give-
aways, kids activities, enter-
tainment and an organic
cookout. The~ first 500 cus-
tomers will receive a free
reusable grocery bag, part of
Native Sun's Treecycle
Program. The event is free
and open to the public. Event

parking will be designated
along San Jose Boulevard.
visit www.nativesunjax.com
or call 260-6950 for informa-

Epic Celebration: The 13th
annual EPIC Celebration of
Spring in St. Augustine con-
tinues. The 12th annual "A
Taste of St. Augustine" will be
held,from 12-9 p.m. at the St.
Augustine Amphitheatre. For
details, go to www.epiccomi-
munityservices.org or call
904-829-3295. All proceeds
will be used to assist children
and families in need of coun-
seling and mentoring services
throughout St. Johns County.

First Coast
Parliamentarians: The First
Coast Parliamentarians meets
frpm 10:15 a.Th.r12:15 p.m. at
the Ponte Vedra Beach Branch
Library, 101 Library Blvd. The
study lesson will be directed
by Carl Bloesing as recorded
in Roberts Rules of Order in
brief. Visitors are welcome.
For information, call Bloesing
at 285-2458 or Bernice
Kamerling at 223-1314.

Golf Fundraiser: The 20g8
Jerry Gordan Golf Charity
Event begins at 12:30 p.m.
w th a shotgun start at
Jacksonville Beach Golf Club.
The cost of $60 to enter
includes dinner at American
Legion Post 129 catered by
Carrabba's. Proceeds support
Special Olympics and. the
Child Welfare Foundation. To
reserve a spot, call Diane at

Knights of Columbus: A
Blood Mobile will be at the
Father Murphy Council 5535
Knights of Columbus Hall
from 8-11 a.m. The hall is at
the ~corner of Penman Roadi
and 2nd Avenue North in
Jacksonville Beach. And a
Garage Sale is scheduled at
the hall from 8 a.m.-1 p.m.
The sale, to include good bar-
gains and homemade baked
goods, is sponsored by the
Ladies Auxiliary of the
Knights of Columbus.

Sundliy, April 27
Beaches Parade: The annual
':Bakhis Parade~ ~titars a~t ~2
p.m. and traverses downtown
Jacksonville Beach. For infor-
mation, call 247-6236.

Beaches Veterans
Organization Cookout: The
final in a series of four cook-
outs planned by the Beaches
Veterans Organization to ben-
efit the USO's "No Dough
Dinners" will be held at
American Legion Post 316,
.1127 Atlantic~ Blvd., Atlantic
Beach. For formation on
the cookout or Beaches'
Veterans Organization, call
.Bruce Drinkwater at 246-

EMMA: The Don
Thompson Chorale presents a
2 p.m. concert for the EMMA
Concert Association's annual
meeting at the Flagler College
Auditorium in St. Augustine.
The concert will be presented
free of charge. Free-will con-
tributions are accepted.- The
Thompson Chorale is a non-
profit, community-based, vol-
unteer chorus. For informa-
tion, call the Chorale office at

event is sponsored by
Claude's Chocolate. Cost is
$20 for members and $25 for
guests. Walk-ups Will not be

T urs ay, 'pr il 24
Beaches Kiwanis: The
Kiwanis Club of Jacksonville
leacahesameets atul2ryp 3u '
Speaker will be music -
teacher/musician Hansford
Joiner. The cost to non-mem-
bers is $15. For information,
call club preSident~ Neil
Powell at 343-3571 or visit
www.beacheskiwamis.com. .

Former POW Speaks:
Former POW Dick Stratton
speaks on the "Importance of
Communication in the Hanoi
Hilton" starting at 7:30 p.m.
at the Selva Marina Country

Wednesday, April 23
A Fine Wine Gala: Gala,
Tickets: The Ponte Vedra
Womar 's Club's Fine Wine
Gl i be held fro 7-9
Gam at FesheMarket,r8o4m A1A
No-rth, Ponte. Vedra Beach '
Tickets, which cost $30, can
be purchased from any club
mre drs abd e tt e dor
scholarship fund forlocal
high school seniors. Fr in or-
mation, call 280-8186.

Elaine Brown in
Courtyard: Elaine Brown,
Rteaub ecarne candidateistri
18, will be in the Courtyard at'
200 First Street mn Neptune
Beach from 6-8 p.m.
Exchag ~ Club of
Jacksonville Beaches: The

Exchange Club of the
Jacksonville Beaches, which
meets at 8:30 a.m. each Friday
and offers speakers at Selva
Marina, Country Club, -
Atlantic Beach,. also partici-
pates at other sites and on
other days. Non-members can
attend the Friday meetings
and have their- first breakfast
,re col info at on ort
jmorison@j axbeachexchange- .
~club.com or visit
www.j axbeachexchangeclub.c
om '

Ponte Vedra Chamber: A
Lunch &T Learn will be held
from 11:30 a:m.-1 p.m. at
Marsh. Landing Country Club
. 25655 Marsh Landing
Parkway. Guest speaker will
be Charlene Shirk,
Community Relations
Director of the PGA Tour. The ,

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On Friday, April 25, the
Sassy Tappers will be the
featured entertainers for
the Red Hat Society's 10th
anniversary celebration at
Regency Square Mall. The
show, "Juke Box
Memories," will be per-
formed on stage at Belks
from 7:30 to 8 p.m. The
Sassy Tappers will be
debuting a brand new -
dance program, "Juke Box
Memories." Patty Zipperer,
choreographer and director
of the Sassy Tappers, has
created a tribute to an
American icon, the "juke
box," with fast and exciting
tap dances to music from
the 40,s to the 90,s.

ryl L, LV O

NEPTUNE BEACH, studio w/garage, 1.5
blocks from ocean, No pets. $725/mo. in-
cludes W/D. Call Rick 891-2345.
SAWGRASS CC, Northgate, 2BR/2BA,
2100sf., 2 car garage. Fireplace. Water to
9 0~4)5re-1 50. 0$170/mo Call Susan

A OANTIb BEACH, 2BR 2BA, fireblce

PV,B 32, 31350f garage, quiet sre,
PONTE VEDRA, nice 3BR/ 2BA. Hear
ocean, community pool, $1950 0o.
JAX BEACH- 930 S. Ist Ave., 1100sf.,
3/1, new wood flooring, bath & kit., W/D &
DW. $900/ino. All South Realty, 241-4141.
PVB, SOLANO Woods, 3/2, ceramic/
wood floors, lawn included $1500/mo.
TDO MGMNT. (904)246-1125.,
ATLANTIC BEACH, 3BR/2BA, Great area,
fresh paint. WDHU. No pets. $1300/mo.
(904)246-5165, (904)891-8522.
2/1 HOME, off Beach Blvd. Residential/
commercial zoning. 12 blocks from
beach. $1100/mo. Call Ted 904-537-7896.
ATLANTIC BEACH, newer, beautiful
8 R 2.5Bh, ricarodgaragr, II 0e0n dva lted
$1595/mo. You'll be moving soon if you
just call June at (904)994-3608. ReMax
3BR/2.5tA ini Clated c mmiunityawith
short walk to the beach. New 18x18 tile
floors in living area. New carpet, new fix-
tures and fresh paint. Fireplace, glassed in
Florida room, 1 car garage. The unit
shows like new. $1500/mo. Available now.
Call Dave (904)962-4884 or Diane
ADORABLE, 3/2, newly renovated home
in Ponte Vedra. Wood floors, fenced yard,
quiet neighborhood. $1195/mo. Lawn
se vce incl. 164 Eldorado Way Call 4 '6-
NEPTUNE BEACH, 3/2, wood floors,
1200st., $1250/mo. .TDO MGMNT.
JAX BEACH, 3BR/2BA home, 4 blocks to
beach, completely renovated, like new,
su0/nc eajep it s~mokng7/-0T pets,
new appliances, carport, $1000/mo + dep.
313M.Green Cay Ave. 249-3214, 945-

3/ 2.5, 2story, gorgeous lake view, guard/
gated, tennis, pool, lawn service. Pets ok.
Noh-smoking. 1st month 1/2 off.
$1900/mo. (904)487-9290.

JAX BCH duplex, 2BR/ 1.5BA, 4 blocks to ATLANTIC BCH 2BR/1BA, completely re-
Ocean. large fenced yard. 438 5th Ave. S. modeled, screened porch, WDHU, CH&A,
$895/mo. 52!5 6896. 6 blocks to beach, $950/mo. 803-6560.

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s1 eACRIE Ppont Ve ase 4BR/1BA, arcge
$245,000, 294-5498.
ATLANTIC BEACH townhouse, 1927
amryc atcu -de ,ci, o R2fA .1 0sf.r
without tenant. $159,900. (904)333-4641.
Charming 4+BR/2.5BA, genuine 2123sf
beach home w/sweet front porch, hard-
wood floors, fireplace, nicely fenced yard,
detached 2 car garage with studio/ office
+1/2 bath and additional 500sf. storage
room Gr t lcation!n2ebl cks no 7b '
lot. Drive by, fall in love! Call for an appt.
(904)242-0203. $699K. FSBO.

3/2, garage, fenced yard, screened porch,
hardwood. $199,900-
Off Seminole Rd. Beautiful newer 3/2.5
townhome. Hardwood floors, 1 car gar.
$299,900. Remax Advantage. Possible
Least/ Purchase


Coana front 3BR/2BA home 6eft at Cow tde
softner, no smoking/ no pets, large private
yard, no houses behind or in front, awe-
some views of marsh and intracoastal, re-
cently renovated. $1800/mo. +deposit,
321-987 0012.
LAGE. Sit on your vintage front porch and
watch the ships sail by. 2BR/1BA, totally
rehabed, tPalmrn St Alc os fmSi~ng tons Res-


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NEPTUNE BCH, 1 block to ocean, 2 large
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subject to the Federal Fair Housing Act,
which makes it illegal to advertise any
preference, limitation, or discrimination
based on race, color, religion, sex,
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which s violation of the law. All per-
sons are hereby informed that all dwell-
ings advertised are available on~ an
equal opportunity basis.
If you believe that you may have been
discriminated against in connection with
the sale, rental or financing of housing,
call the United States Department of
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paired 1(800)927-9275.

3/4 ACRE lot on Fort George Rd. near Big
Talbot Island. Offered below appraisal at
$149,000. 249-0346.
1/4 acre building lot in Ocean Forest. Last
one. Great view and neighborhood. Navi-
gable ICW access. $499K. 321-251-6786.
3 LOTS in W. Atlantic Beach. $115K. Call
VILANO BEACH Lots- $214,900. Walk to
ocean and boat ramp. High & dry. For
details: Robert Upchurch, 238-1808. The
Real Estate Resource.
A RARE find. 2 buildable lots, S. Jax Bch.
Priced $25K below appraisal. $365K.
(904)221-9198, (912)266-d912.
10+/- ACRE Estate Mountain Lots. Highly
desirable location between Highlands and
Cashiers, NC. Beautiful land minutes from
Lake Glenville, golf courses, shopping
and restaurants. Contact David at

TOWNHOME, 2BR/1.5BA, 300 ft. to Ar-
lington River, access to boat slip, across
from pool, gym and clubhouse. $121,000.

$750/mo., $700 deposit. 1243 Mayport
Landing Dr. 280-2728 Ive message.
ATLAhNTIC BA ,r near llCW, 2BR/1 5B
$790/mo. +$700/dep. 553 Stewart St.
280-2728 Iv. msg.
nue North, Jax Beach, NICE! 1BR/1BA,
gated, POOL, laundry, smaller PETS OK!
$945/mo. +deposit. Available now!
EFFICIENCY OLD AB, two blocks beach.
W/D, full kitchen. Non-smoker Small pet
considered. Available 5/1, $800/mo. in-
cludes utilities.. 233-4205-
2 BR Ar' la
CH/A, WDHU. East of 1st St. $795-
$895/mo. 241-RENT, 733-3730.
2BR/2BA, $729/ mo. No Deposit, No
Application fee. (904)246-6475.
PeONTpE VEDRAle2R r A, 1Dcarigraea,
vu0e oceilieg/ sky1g t, cl an3 &pdated,
w/comm. pool & more! $950/mo. All South
Realty, 241-4141.
SUMMER SANDS Tciwnhouse, 2/2.5, ga-
rage, ~lawn service, W/D, pool, $1150/mo.
+e.208 Windswept Cir. 246-6043.
7th Street North, $1125/mo. +deposit.
AT ANTIC BEACH duplex, 2BR/1BA re-
deter WDHbU -9 mmo. +lectricd Waten
included. Avail 5/6/08. Call 610-3838.


1. lcksk t~o oca,ost dio 1 &m2BR apt ,

1 BEROOMapt upsair w/ ati. Ve y
1ie BEl to obeah $5hP$ mo O$dep ,
172 1ST Ave. S. 1BR/1BA, CH&A, 1 block
from ocean, credit check, $650/mo.'
JAX BEACH, 2BR.a artment near ocean.
No pets. $800/mo. + 400/dep. 246-3130.
NORTH JAX Beach, 1BR $615/mo., 2BR
$715/mo. 1 block to Ocean. Pool. No
pets. (904)249-5368.
de 286 Pwinseta $9 nlace i63W4DH2
AB, 2BR/1BA off Mayport Rd., new carpet'
paint. $680/mo. Free H20. Call Will
2BR/2BA APARTMENT, 2 biks to ocean,
CH&A. $800/mo. Call (904)625-1881 or
(904) 0-89
SNEPTUNE BEACH, 2156 Florida Blvd.
2BR/1.5BA townhorce. $800/mo. +depos-
tar Creditca chk 1C5H& WDHU, fenced

Townhouse, steps to Town Center, newer
interior, clean and move in ready, balcony,
2BR, WDHU, great parking. Short term/
Iong term. $945/mo., low utilities.
APRIL FREE! 1BR/ 1BA, Summer House
5-star resort community. Avail. now.
$775/nio. (904)704-9885.
w/boatslip! Pool, clubhouse & more!
$1300/mo. All South Realty, 241-4141.
oJA BEACH-- 2BR/2BA c$Tdo 0/stA
South Realty, 241-4141-
ATLANTIC BEACH: 283 Ahern St. 2
blocks to ocean, across from Town Cen-
ter; 2BR/1BA, hardwood floors, new
CH&A, new travertine bath & kitchen. No
pets. $900/mo.,$1000 deposit, water, gar-
bage & sewer included in rent. (904)616-
JAX BEACH- 3BR/2BA condo,wlWD, fire-
placel GHrage space. $1100/mo. All
South Realty, 241-4141.

e2R2Acnowcu ol utsest
Aec!$20m.Al ot ely
241-4C 50

AETLANTI BEACH- Oceanside 2B 1
lag R/2BRconicd mw/cub, oo/ou tistal

wspae!, 7 blks to ocean!. $750/mo. Al

w90 M29-1429b2oc obah.$10m
MAYPORTI ATL Bch., Brick townhome,
CH&A, WDHU, 2 & 3BR's, $750 &
$875/mo. 724-9994, Ashiey
NEPTUNE BCH, near ocean. Nice mod-
ern well taken care of 2BR Apt. All amen-
ites, $980/mo. Also 1 BR Apt $775/mo.
MOBILE HOMES. $525 to $575, on pri-
vate lots. Near Mayport Naval Station, no
dogs, 333-5579.
N. JAX Beach 2BR/1BA, 2 blocks from
oc an, aag la arbge ence bachkyard,,11
$1000/mo. 866-2645.
Conveniently located near JTB and shop-
p~sing nqDuiet Ponte Vedra Ct. Condomint-
um.WHCH&A, new carpet and tile.
No pets. $895/mo. +dep. 249-6150.
OLD ATLANTIC Beach, 209 15th St.,
2BR/1BA, CH&A, 1 block to ocean,
$900/mo. +sec depos t, ref's. 246-6194,
249-3636. .
NBERP/TU5NBEA creeAd rch townhouse,
.garage, CH&M, yard service, WDHU No
pets. $975/mo. 247-3718-
JAX BEACH 2.5 blocks to ocean,
1 BR/1BA. $710/mo. 655-5367, 803-3099.
Neptune Bch, 2 blocks to ocean, 3/2.5
M75sf. WDHU $1800/mo. (904)487-

JAX BCH townhouse, 2BR/ 1.5BA. 717
6th Ave. S., dlose to beach & hospital.
Re~a5/deck &ebaldony,C nwpaint, WDH .
1546 ext. 4. Century 21.
8 BLOCKS to beach, 2BR/1.5BA tgwn-
home WDHU, tile floors, fenced yard.
$950/mo. Pets ok w/dep., 887 8th Ave.
SSouth, (904)608-6678.
NEPTUNE BEACH- 223 Florida Blvd-
2BR/ 1BA unfurn. apt CH/A, dishwasher,
washer/ dryer, ofstreet parking.
M90/mo.+ dep. (904)327-0117/ (904)241-

OCEANFRONT- 3BR/2BA condo in S.
Jax Bchl Pool, clubhouse & more!
$1700/mo. All South Realty, 241-4141.
ATL N IC BEpAHa e3BRi um ,s fence~d

2 /IA Jax Bch apt. No pets. Avail May
1st. $500/mo. 247-0354.
4 4 A
ATLANTIC BCH large 1/1 & 2/1.5 apts.
*Nea stores and Aus, dishwa er,opool
No pets, 246-8537.

ATLANTIC BEACH, 362 East Coast Dr.
Large 3BR/3BA townhouse. Excellent
condition. No Pets. 2 blocks to ocean and
Town Center. $1625/mo. 241-3609.
CLOSE TO base, fresh paint, very clean,
furnished, 1BR/1BA, CH&A, utilities & sat-
ellite TV included, laundry on premises,
$695/mo. (904)247-4221.
2hBRckC A5/mWD8H9, 0 6Ave. S. Credit
1 BLOCK to ocean, very nice 2BR/1BA,
CH&A, fireplace, WDHU, located at 170
1st Ave. S., JB. $875/mo. credit check.
1-1/2 BLOCKS to Ocean, 1st Ave. South,
1BR/1BA $650 & $725/mo., Credit Check
2BR/1BA APT, 9 blocks to beach. Tiled
floors, equipped kitchen, W/D included.
Available now. $800/mo. +$800/dep. Cats
OK. No dogs. 1005 Ist Ave N. Jax Bch.


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BtshanUpdated Iw/Upatrsaodnes R& Very Cnic !
JAX BEACH- the Palms, gated, 2BR/ 2BA
new luxury condo w/ garage. Vaulted ceil.
ings, washer/ dryer, pool & fitness. Only
$168000, lease/ buy option. (904)472-
beach, Will co-op. $175,000. Call

ATtLAoNTI nBEn t a Svlan m2UB -
prox. 1400sf., hardwood floors, plantation
shutters thruout, Newly remodeled kitch-
en, covered parking. $222,000-
PVB/ BELLEZA -1BR/1BA w/tile floors,
exc. view and amenities $128,900.
late-3BR/2.5BA 1586sf townhouse in
beautiful Summer Sands N.B. Private end
unit with 2 car garage. New hardiboard,
lpi ing eterir new ro, new S/C e

an sa gr ni and tileasSpacious g eat
room with wood floor. Sacrifice at
$239,000. Must sell fast! Rob
PVB, CRANES Lake, 2BR/2BA, lakeview.
A Steal at $165,000. (904)699-3326.
PeRtCE I EiDUtE o 216004K Mi aVista in-
marina. Value $699K. Sell $599K<. Turn
KeyLonlng term lease in place. 40' slip ad-
diinl$59K. (904)463-2845. Only Buy.
ers/ Investors ro Brokers please. Equity
trad consid e.

AGE 62 or over? No need to lose your
home or go into bankruptcy. No more
mortgage payments. Call adviser Theresa
Farnell about reverse mortgages. We can
help vou. Call 223-1886.

RENOVATED AB ~bungalow, 3BR/18A,
granit ecory ers, ja uzzl ub,rrain howue
sell! $134,900. (904)422-6747.

4BR/3BA builders. custom home. 2985sf,
formal office, dining room & master suite,
beautiful landscaping & pool, Ig~scr. Ianai
t2o5 crbgar. Listen to t e oean en sa k
home in newer neighborhood. No money
down, $699,000. 3% co-op. 514-1090.
REDUCED- NB., East of A1A, 3BR/2BA,
$523,900. 233 Pine. Will co-op. 249-7946 ~

FANTASTIC BEACH Cottage selling "As
Is" Unable to finish renovations to kitchen,
exterior and 12x38 patio. 4+BR/5.5BA,
3700sf. w/2 structures, huge master suite,
12x20 loft. Watch the sun rise and hear
the ocean from master sunroom. Lots of
storage, office, guest apt., pool room or
shop on double corner lot w/pool and fruit
Anyofer onint,'ged t90b4 a55-3 92 ou0-
er/ agent.
4/2 house, $234, 900.
5/3, $255,000
4/2, $210,000.
S241-5501 EXT. 16 OR
MOBILE 616-9741.

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Phyllis Staines, Realtor
RE/MAX Coastal Real Estate
house, large fenced yard, stone fireplace,
new carpet. 2153 Featherwood Dr. E.
Owner relocating and must sell. Reduced,
$209,900. (904)280-2728 Iv. msg.
PONTE VEDRA, Sawgrass, Oak Bridge
3/2/2, cul-de-sac, lakeview, adorable,
park-like setting $299,000. (352)634-4955.
Open House, Sunday, 11am-2pm, 1861
Beachside Ct. 1883sf, 3BR/ 2BA, frplc.,
nice, quiet cul-de-sac, very nice and
friendly neighborhood. Short walk to
beach, next to Beach Ave. 651-9081 or
125 & 127 N. 18th Ave. Duplex, both
sides, $569,000. Susan Howell, Watson
Realty Corp, 904-463-0330.
5/3 in-ground pool & spa, gated communi-
ty, close to beaches, concrete block
constr., $794,500. 241-4447 Help-U-Sell
Coastal Realty.
PONTE VEDRA Landing, $179,900, pre-
foreclosure/ short sale. 2BR/2BA, all tile,
one car garage, fenced yard; open &
bright floor plan, very nice. Call June at
994-3608, Remax Advantage.
3BR/2BA, 1400+sf, large lot; owner fi-
nancing available, $250,000. (904)686-
0068. www.geocities.com/pvb05
604 10TH Ave S., 3BR/2BA Remodeled
home inside/ out, 2 Lots $432,000.
Susarl Howell, Watson Realty Corp,
QUEENS HARBOR, $999,900. 4828sf
6BR/5BA, wooded, marsh/ ICW views. For
details: Robert Upchurch (904)238-1808.
The Real Estate Resource.
JB, 2BR/1BA, 6 blocks to ocean. All new
4)8d &o nes, Ig. comer lot. $239K.

103 16th Ave. So., Jax Beach, 2BR/1BA, MAYPORT LANDING," 2BR/2BA town-
lower apartment. No dogs. $995/mo. Se- home. Tile floor, fenced backyard, near .
curity deposit equ~ai one-half rent. Lawn base and Hanna Park. $790/mo.
service included. Broker/ Owner +$700/dep. 1173 Songbird La. 280-2728
249-8766 Iv. msg.

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JAX BEACH, 2BR/1.5BA, new carpet'
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PONTE VEDRA, 1BR/1BA townhome,
gatiedwas~h~e dryer included; 5 star

Pets &Animals

3 S~t le lL stock
340 Lost/Found Pets
400 Notices
405 Travel
415 Personals
420 Legal Services
425 Legal No ices
440 Misc. Lost/Found

Service Guide cont,


652 Plumbing
653 Pools
654 Photography
655 Rain Gutters
660 RemodeVConst.
665 Repairs
670 Roofing
675 Sprinkler & Wells

BR 2mBA, 3 blc t ceanrenWDHU 1B/1A eC &c, curm v S

450 Instructions/Schools 67 reS ri

678 Tile
680 Upholstery
685 Wallpaperin9
690 Water Treatment
Health Senrices
700 Massage Therapy
710 Health Care Serc
730 Caregivers
For sale

o0 usese& Istr
810 Antiques
815 Auctions
820 Wanted to Buy
825 Trade
830 Consignment
Garage Sales
840 Garage Sales
850 Jax Beach
852 Neptune Beach
854 Atlantic Beach
856 Mayport
857 Ponte Vedra
858 West Beaches

859 Jaso vI l

862 Estate Sales


915 Boats
930 Motorcycles
950 Campers/RV's .
970 Trucks/Vans
980 Automobiles

460 Weddings
500 P-T Help Wanted
510 F-T Help Wanted
520 Job Services .
530 Bus.0Opportunity
540 Child Care
550 Work Wanted
555 Career/Seminars
Service Guide
60 eosvices
601 Air Conditioning
602 Alterations ;
607 AutolBoat Detailing
608 Auto Rep air
6gg Bus.Services
612 Carpet
els Caering
els cleaning
616 Com uter Services
618 Electronics
619 Electrical Services
620 E ui. Rentals
622 Fences
623 Finan. Services

63 anMwer
6351.awn Svc/
636 Locksmith
637 Marine Const *
638 Marine/Boaling
640 Concrete/Ma~sonry
645 Movin & Stora e

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PVB OCEAN Grove, 1BR/1BA w/loft.
Overlooks pool and on lake. Must rent.
$1,000. Andy 588-4295 or Ken 251-5370.

J ABW R BAA nw l 0 r y c mdso. V uteedd
--"'ins, washer / dryer, pool & fitness.
Only $995/ mo. (904) 472-4039.
PVB.. 2BR/2BA, w/fireplace, new applian-
c wa4her 0di er, many amenities.
OCEAN VIEW townhome at 1st St. & 14th
Ave. S. Modern amenities & design
2400sf., 3BR/4BA. $2500/mo. +utilities.
negotiable. (904)502-1377.
2BFEi2BA CONDO, Jax Beach, 1250sf.,
1 car garage. $1100/mo. (904)318-9194.
Corporate studio, luxurious furnishings,
es. S~paoL~terra, Ieactheand g 2 ~g
PALMS @ Marsh Landing, 1BR/1BA,
gated community, all amenities, 2 pools,
tennis. $850/mo. 880-4881, 607-4476-
ground floor w/garage, beach access/
hamdiap accss AIM nw ap lance in
$1500/mo., Avail now. Approved pets we -
come. (904)813-0304.

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TERMI Totally renovated Marsh Landing
CC 4BR/ 2.5BA home. Also furnished,
Oceanfront 4BR/2BA condo. (904)537-
nihd hlest R cntos 4F-1ml$700 per
S. JAX Bch. 2BR, fully furnished, ocean-
front condo. Monthly/ Weekly. 241-0267.
www. rentjacksonvillebeach.com

ATLANTIC BEACH (Main St.). Very nice,
furnished, 3BR/2 5BA townhome, CH&A,
washer/dryer, wireless internet HBO,
$600/mo. +1/2 utilities. Deposit & referen-
ces. 514-0569. ,
N. ATLANTIC Beach/ Spectacular Ocean-
front, THE BLUFFS. SHARE huge ?700sf
luxurious tri-level condo. Furnished'
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ROQMMATE TO share 2/2, Villas at
Marsh Landing. W/D, pool, hottub, gated
community. $650/mo. includes utilities/ ca-
ble. (904)305-3787.

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Florida 1982; the personal property con-
sisting of clothing, personal items and
household goods of:
Raymond Olson, Jacksonville, B265,5x10,
futnmmirroad husth ld coodB ch 25,
5x15, household goods, misc. boxes..
Will be sold or otherwise disposed of at
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During the St Paul's Carnival the
following streets will be closed.

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4/28/08 5/5/08

ENRICHMENT. FL licensed teacher. Fin-

iohn,thcreae wrt nd. T r a Ayoupr hanra-

ROOM FOR rent $100/ week. Cute house
with pool. Neptune Bch. 861-8106.

JAX BEACH, 711 S. 3rd Street. Single
room office, $375/mo. TDO Management,
246-1125. .
IN SA Gs AS VILLAGE ui dnB nra
refurbished. Call 273-4525 for details.

OFFICE WITH Warehouse, 2400sf. Near
Philips & 9A, 2 executive offices/ Admin
are / con~f ence rm /warehse $1800/mo.

FREE CATS and Kittens to approved
homes. Call 242-0224.
FREE KITTENS to good homes. Two gray
and white females, two gray males and
one white male. weeks old. 241-4344.

LOST DOG- small dog lost around the
Paddock Club on Merrill Road. Brown and
black, w/white patch on the chest, red col-
ler with her name and old address on it-
If found please call (904)415-1380 or
HOME2L4ES3S PETS for adoption- Cats &
L ST CAT, PVB, Woodlands West Sub.
Male, striped tabby. 200-9454.

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NedAXstfCHe 3/1+ ffice nowl bama .
Great neig boyhood. $1200/mo. 241-
3BR/2BA, OCEAN Forest, JB. 2100sf.,
Peargrgleq i wood f oos, lug tu .
$1350/mo. (904)881-8590.
3212 ANTIGUA Drive- Ocean Cay Devel-
nihorhoo, 3S~hArt walk t br ch, cm
munity pool. $2300/mo., lyr. lease.
891-2136or 254-0122.
ATL BCH 5si4BA aShort al to bah
12xi9 storage shed, CH/A, dishwasher
2ir~owae .61N26 covered parking.
ATLANTIC BEACH, 2/2 home, side-by-
side fridge, ceramic top stove, new dish-
w sh r, fnce ~ard), perbowith vaulte
Mayport Rd. $925/mo. 233-1346.
PABI.O POI Tr3BR/ 2B mo fecdA ya
June l st. $1590/mo. 463-2845-

Viw, crC g, 170s. u3 /ple mtr
renovated. No pets/ smoking, $1450/mo-
(904)343-0161, (904)759-0757 ~

vtee ard wf acm i, cora fir la e, bato-
tees cd ick i80e+ ae carpet, trave -
$2000/mo, (904)463-0343.
NEPTUNE BEACH, 3BR/2BA w/fireplace
and pool. 2 car gar ge. $1800/mo. in-
cld4s 1 n and poo care. Call Susan

Atlantic Beach, 3/2, 2600sf, separate of-
fice, enormous kitchen, pool. 2 blocks
from beach. $2400/mo. (904)591-6877
LG 3BR/ 2BA, gaae, fenced yard. 912
Penman Rd. $1 00/mo. Rent to own
710-8083or 824-6813. '
ATLANTIC BEACH West, 3/2, 1car gar,

$10/o. Rca 4274.
rage, WID, fenced yard, cul-de-sac. Avail.
5/1. $1200/mo. No smoking/ pets. Deposit
SNEPTUNE BEACH Home $1200/mo-
3BR/2BA,. Great neighborhood. WDHU,
tile floors. Pet Deposit. Fridge included,
Fenced yard, near schools. 403-3831,
ATLANTIC BEACH, 379 First St. 2 blocks
to ocean, block from town center.
3 e25NBAp twhuemoNiw .1i /od
OAK HARBOR, 3/1, fenced backyard.
Near boat ramp & Mayport. Available 5/1.
$975/mo. +security, 241-8003-
Vacation Home fi~r Rent 4BR/4BA, week-
ly, monthly, yearly. Call (904)249-8269.

Saoge!hP~oeo temns morel-$1150/mo. All.
NEPTUNE BEACH, 4BR/2BA, close to
pant EcIdent cho dtion aLnar bwac yred
$1450/mo. +deposit. Will consider small
pet. Please call 904-465-7186.

Aqutc 0r HdWBA 41ce yr g

BEACHES -JACK Isle of Palms, 3BR/2BA, pool & dock.
$1650/mo. 904-545-2826. '
3/2 Duplex, $825/mo.
Duplex, 3BR/ 2BA, $895/mo.

3/2 d pilex xvahl o/0 9mo.
Oak Harbor, 3BR/ 2BA house $995/mo.
3/2, 3AblocKS tNV ac~h,BE1AS5/mo.
3/P2.5, 2 car gar., $1595/mo.
Summer House 2BR condo,
avail. 6/20, $895/mo.
1/1 condo, Bishops Court, $895/mo.
Forest Creek, 2/2 condo,
1 car garage, $895/mo.
Monterey Condo, 2/2, avail. 6/15,
Bro~ouk o Fkorest 23/h2 house,$10 105mo.

Wolf Creek, 3/2 codava 8/1
Sutton Lakes, 3/2, avail. 5/7, $1295/mo-
Coachman Lakes, 3/2, avail. 5/20,
4/2 house, Carrington Place, avail 6/1,
4/2, Windsor Chase, Special availability,
Ibis Point, 3/2 house, avail. 5/15
Hawkins Cove, 6/4, 2 car garage,
5/4 hoe Quen Hr or,
special availability, $2995/mo.
2/2 townhouse, Townhomes of Wood-
mere, $825/mo. Avail. 5/10.
2/2 townhome, Shadowood, $895/mo.
2/2 townhouse, Raymur Villa, $925/mo.
2/2.5 townhouse, Fort Caroline Lakes
$895/mo '
3/2, Queen Akers, $995/mo
Cobblestone, 3/2, 2 car gar., $1095/mo.
2/2 house, Ashley Green, $1300/mo.
3/2.5, 2 car gar., North Hampton,
Son Ua Sothihd B/ cMndAO, 8WS/mo.
Esplanade at Town Center, 1/1 condo
"Free month rent" $895/mo.
3/2, Alden Trace, $995/mo. Avail. 5/15
3/2.5 townhome, Villages of Summer
Lakes, 1 car garage, $1150/mo.
4/2.5, ironwood, 2car~garage, $1700/mo-
3/2 house, DabrBakHW~oods, $1000/mo.
Avail. 5/20.
3/2, Victoria Lakes $1295/mo. Avail. 5/10.
4/3, Tidewater, 3 car garage, $1550/mo.
Victoria Lakes, ai, car gar., avail. 6/15,
4/3.5, Victori Lak s, 316sf, 2 car ga-
S241'-5501 OR 221-1711.

2/2 patio home, new appl, fresh paint.
vaulted ceiling. Golf course view & creek.
(904)838-3920. Avail 5/1. $1500/mo.
PV, SAWGRASS Pla ers Club house
3BR 2.5BA, newly renovated. Family, liv
ing, dining, 2 car gar. $2000/mo. plus dep

Nuitd +DW offie SAcio Premet cum s
maintained w/updates. All appliances,
W/D. Near schools. $1375/mo. w/yr. lease
beginning 51. (N9 4) -5 6B

1226 Cape Charles Ave., nice 3BR/2BA
family room, tile/ berber, large utility, patio\
fence $1250/mo., lease,
1129 Sebago Ave South, beautiful
3BR/2BA, new kitchen, new bath, tile/ ber-
ber, large uilly (pato fence. $1150/mo.,

LEASE/ PURCHASE or Rent 2 story
hme63PBeR/2a5BBA 1 Osf. Sn P bl Rd
Call 904-707-5486

6 month lease. 710-6896.
JAX BEACH, 2/2.5 townhome, tile/ carpet,
garage. $1290/mo. TDO MGMNT
104)246- 1 25

NEED A Math Tutor? I tutor up through
Algebra 1. Lyn Broderick, 247-8609.
SWIMMING LESSONS, 4yrs. and up.
Starting May 19. AM & PM times availa.
ble. $75 week. Neptune Beach location,
lessons at all levels also beginner piano.
Nocateel Walden Chase area. 280-8062.

Call 904-247-9421

FONTa DES iRe epionis hn edued fo
train Resume to 423 N. 3rd St., Jacksoni-
ville Beach.

Needed P/T only, days only, w/ a can do
atti ude. Light mmmuf~acturin & assembly
small machinery & hand tools required-
Looking for someone who can follow
"ntr~uctions.be Start ata 375p0mhr. o l
Mon- Fri. Dwyer Precision.
P/T FRONT Desk positions available at
pi :t Otmfti Patie. 1eda candd
ble, responsible and able to multi-task

9 e~s0.e gi Iaa rcequ remn t F
PART-TIME 3 days per week to help with
handicapped person. 220-2348.
PRIVATE SCHOOL bus company needs
PT arn~ers. Please..u~ll 2J6- 3i85
Property Management Company. Near
JTB & 9-A. Email resume to
wcoggin@firstcoastam.com or fax resume
to 904-998-5366.

ickKBok epe ienceT ndedintFax .
sume: 241-7349.
ii smryM -teach DFten able ,soe edx
required. Call 246-2891 for interview.
to provide care for infants to 3yr. olds on
.Sunday mornings 8:45am-12:30pm and
Wednesday evenings 5:30-8:30pm,
$10/hr. .Previous child care, references
and CPR training preferred. Apply in per-
son at First Christian Church, 2125 Ocean
Front, NB, 246-2010-

Taxi Drivers needed to work Beach and
Intercoastal areas, at least 23 yrs. old,
good driving record. Call 249-0360.
HAIR & NAILS booth rental. Great new
salon, 630 S. 3rd St., Jax Bch. $200 per
week. Call Jimma or Dixie 246-2121.
Full-time in our Assisted Living Facility at
Ce tir a eae reurd Aplctp o avail tl
Landing Blvd., Atlantic Beach, FL 32233,
Fax to (904)246-9447; email to.
jobsafleetlandino co EOE/ Drug-Free

wadut RhoF Mav /Dp./rograMrnF, Work
4m. 5ppl E30 Pen a~n Rd., Jax Beach,
ence & reliable Kennel Assistant for busy
Animal Hos ital. Apply within, 28 Corona
3 Pool Techs needed. Experience prefer-
red, but will train. Clean driving record.
5811,health benefits. Please call
LIQUOR STORE Clerk, Bartender, Door
Person, Must be able to work days,
niashts,drweeks da~nda ch dyds.chMu
Call Robert @ 465-0149.

-Cm ended wit expp ence & dcense

computer literate. Exc. benefits including
paid holidays, vacations, health care .&
free parking. Email resume to
wcoggin@firstcoastam.com or fax resume
to 904-998-5366.
SELVA MARINA Country Club is hiring
Chef, Sous Chef, Cooks & Servers. Apply
in person to: 1600 Selva Marina Dr., At-
Iantic Bch. 246-4827.
POOL SERVICE Tech. Good driving re-
cord. Will train right person. Call Pool
Pro's. 400-4943. Ask for Aaron.

needCEdWageA negotasable+ ips.mBeneni
Avail. Apply in person, 1401 Beach Bhid.
Full-time medical assistant to work in the
clinic at a Continuing Care Retirement
Community. Certification &Experience re-
quired. Excellent benefits. Applications
available at Fleet Landing Security Gate,
One Fleet Landing Blvd., Atlantic Beach,
FL 32233; faxt to (904)246-9447: website
at www.f leetlanding.cpm; email to
jobs@fleetlanding.com. EOE/ Drug- Free
WRorkpaDESK/ Office Manager Busy

r dicaa cli cme Sa ary neg table, w/bene-
HOUSEKEEPER, FT Mayo Clinic area;

Beaches dental team wants experienced
high energy clinical assistant w/ ability and
desire to run front office. Experience w/
PracticeWorks preferred. We value people
who appreciate fine dentistry and all the
systems necessary to support that. 273-
9999 or Dr. Soud after hours at 571-9486.

pol werak ETT nigalton we kds
SOFTWARE SALES: DesertMicro pro-
viat sftwr fo tra soratio c 1 8ic
DesertMicro has provided customers
throughout the country our software to au-
tomate through route accounting and GPS
solutions. Prospecting experience a must
along with strong PC skills for demonstrat-
ing the software. We have a proven train-
Ing program for learning the sales process
and a guaranteed salary. Experienced sol-
ution reps and the ability to work inde-
pendently is required. DesertMicro is a
leader in this market segment and offers
saaypus rn mison, I og wth Ixe

to: sales~desertmicro.net
SMALL ALF in Atlantic Beach seeks full-
time 3pm-11pm and part-time 7am-3pm
and 11pm-7am staff. Please call Gloria at
249-3233. EOE.
Receptionist with experience. Must have
multi-tasking capabilities. Fax resume for
consideration to 249-9764.
ant/ Assistant. Exp. preferred, but not re-
quired. Must be energetic, personable, &
hardworking. Apply in person at 1210 N.
3rd St., Jax Bch.
pital 13185 Atlantic Blvd. People person
with animal and computer experience re-
quired. Apply in person. 221-6783.
TAXI DRIVERS Wanted. Clean driving re-
cord required. Call April, 246-9999.

Fast growing Cleaning Co. Itaving 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)247-1963 leave message.
*r *
Lawn service seeks individual to perform
dependable quality work. Excellent pay &
overtime available. Crew Leaders wanted.
P rs hel Brothers Services, Inc. 246-

l tr n prt~auonh S art $/hr p Ony see'
ous, responsible, hard workers need ap-
ply. Eric, 716-4413.

fir Race 2PONT garae eDRnce yr ,
lawn service. Unfurnished. $1190/mo.
910-4402or 642-3517.
2 car gar., new WID, on beautiful lake.
Gated community, ,clubhouse, pool, gym,
events facilities, walking paths, tennis
court. $726000/mo, 1/2 off 1st months rent.

UNF/ Beaches. W/D included; Vaulted
ceiling; FP, Golf course side/ view. Ameni-
ties include swimming pool, hot tub, gym"
volleyball, basketball, and tennis courts.
$850/mo +$850/dep: Ca9Q044292-t1719.
$1050/mo. PVP, Easy access JTB, furn.,
2/2, $1150/mo. Unfurn. 2/2, $1050/mo.
Heart of PV, gated Ocean Grove, 2/2
$995/mo. Gated Grand Cay, .2/2,
$1 50/meo.atl JI&ameities lencas3e
$18 0 mo. Florida Coastal Real t
249-7676 (2).
.PVB/ BELLEZA- 1BR/1BA, 2nd floor
$850/mo (904)708-3809

NEPTUNE BCH- beautiful townhome
2BR/2.5BA W/D, fireplace, pool, quiet, up-
sae5 rnmunity. $650/mo. +utilities.
JAX BEACH, clean, complete cable; kitch-
en privileges, 241-3377.
ROOM FOR RENT, $400/mo. Responsi-
ble, Non smoker. 247-2818-

M 800m. kitch~eR pri block fr mbebaat

PABLO STATION, 9000sf retail professio-
na .corner Beach Blvd & San Pablo Rd.
i'ffices; conference~ room, kitchen. Will
sub-divide. 3yr lease. 333-5608.
PROF OFFICE- S. 3rd St. frontage. 2 offi-
ces & ig reception! $900/mo. All South
Realty, 241-4141.
Prime class-A space for lease. On Isabella
Blvd Wal~kewoStaraukcks inteS. xa Bah
Commission. 910-2256-

OFFICE SPACE for rent, shared recep.
tion/ waiting area, shared kitchen/ break
area. Centralized beaches location behind
Harry's Seafood Restaurant, 401 9th Ave.
N. 247-3777.

PONTE VEDRA Beautiful 2BR/ 2.59A,
W/D, frplc., on pond. $1150/mo. (904)742-
1803 Challenger Court West. Large
2BR/2BA, loft, tile/ berber, courtyard,
$895/mE., leasel 904-612-8868.1B/B,

1 bloc to b~each. Non-smoker. $895/mo.
PONTE VEDRA, 1 mile to beach, immac-

aeitis anunse w 15/o d rnsi$
ed $1700/mo, No dogs. Please call
PONTE VEDRA Furnished 2BR/2BA con.
do, 2nd floor. Gated. $1100/mo.
Available TPC week. 273-1256.
PALMS AT Marsh Landing- 1st floor,
2BR/2BA, hardwood floors, granite, marsh
view, $1000/mo. 904-61 3-7605.
park nit spae. ly cnheed 2ddflo Ut$

dllnersappili~ances, coun es,dc bi es
unit $1499/mo. Call (904)463-1036
JAX BEACH, Palms at Marsh Landing,
2BR/2BA, gated community, screened pa-
tio, lake view, newly remodeled, tile floors,
Berb~er carpet, new appliances, WID in-
cluded, 2 poolste~nnis court, jacuzzi,
tanning, batulfitness center, club-
house. Must see. $1195/mo. (904)993-
PVB CONDO: 2BR/1.5BA, W/D, wood
3$or, e /a plia sbsquiet CeiT hra

PVB, 2BR/2BA, beautifully decorated with
wood floors and tile. $995/mo. 868-6886.
2BR/2.5BA, completely remodeled, new
appliances, beautiful lake view, screened
in patio deck, 5 10 minutes from beach-
es. www.geocities.com/pvb05/page2.html
$1200/mo (904)686-0068-
SPACIOUS CONDO at The Palms. 3/2
w/garage, $1 200/mo., 242-9173-
PVB 2/2 ground fl unit w/screened
porch, W/D, +frplc, dry cleaning services,
shuttle service to the beach, onsite fitness
instructor, poolside bar, monthly cocktail
parties and MOREIl $850/mo. Doug
ACROSS FROM Ocean, like new, large
1BR, all amenities including W/D, fitness,
fpool.shShort- erm or Iong6tm .Beautifully

PVB, 2BR/2BA, gated, fireplace, ground
floor, $1050/mo., Call 864-2440.
JAX BEACH Condo, 1028 4th St. N.
2BR/2BA, fireplace, W/D. Available
5/1/08. $975/mo. (Day) 904-402-4330,
(Eve) 904-786-2757.
VALENCIA- GATED community in SJB.
Luxury 2/2.5 with amenities. $1350/mo.
San Marco Properties, (904)396-1324.
PVB NEW 2BR/2BA Condo with ameni-
ties. Near Beach, $1050/mo. 710-5200.
1st St. 3BR/2BA, new paint & flooring
Grea lo in. ao dogs. 17n5 /ml40 f' -
posit 703-8184, 881-4730.
GRAND CAY, 2/2, gated, amenities, view,
hardwood, new carpet, garage. $1050/mo.
Ready 5/1. (904)534-1 045.

April 23, 2008

The Beaches Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader

IF YOU are interested in advertising under CUSTOMER SERVICE w/copier or print-
ehi ca : I %fple sbeecall 9s -29-9033 or in46exep eensce preferred. Small rpr tnsho

ATATC BH, 4BR/ 2BA, 405 Royal ,ffOOMMATE Et Detn4) moh us /m
lsorDcr $125 /mo. Rent to own. 710- (904)955-8804.
RETIRED MALE seeks roommate.
REMODELED 3BR/ 2BA, 798 Triton Rd. 2BR/2BA, Atlantic Beach., No Smoking.
$1400/mo. Rent to own. 710-8083 or 824- $425/mo. +1/2 utilities. 705-3780.

2/2 CONDO, PV Bch, gated wlamenities. shared electric, corner of Beach Blvd. and
Call David 294-6940. San Pablo Rd. in established retail center.
333-5608 '


C LOS E 'to C

H~emoral3 idealth Is pleased~ to welcome Kenneth
C-idz. M.D. to Sandcastle Family Medicine. Dr tlitz
*.*.ill be aiccpting newr patients, as w~ell as serving
eui stlng pablents of Gary W anheld. M1 D. Dr. v\infield
retired In late January.


Appoinitments are aVai be
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630 Jacksonville Drive,
Jacksonville Beach, FL 32250

April 23, 2008

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

Et 666 Jewelry and scrap gold
24- ...
IF YOU are interested in advertising under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or
email: classified Qbeachesleader.com .
WE BUY Scrap Gold for Cash! Estate and
old jewelry, Rolexes. 241-1889.

63 TALLWOOD Rd., Saturday, 8am-1pm.
Queen size bed, antiques, misc.
Srin~g Yard S le! R eu dayD Aprilb26hnh
Beaches Baptist. We need volunteers!
Call 249-4673. LOOK FOR THE RED
FRIDAY & Saturday, 9am-4pm, Office fur-
niture, tools, Household items & more-
1502 8th St. S.
GARAGE SALE this Saturday, April 26, 8-
1pm sponsored byr the Ladies Auxiliary of
the Knights of Columbus at the Knights
' hall on Penman Rd. Lots of good bargains
& home baked goods.
LOTS OF furniture, art, lamps, computers,
smdals h9A -m, Saturday, corner 9th St.

Antique Linen and Laces. Thousands of
P~~es. Bedespsre ds vintafoe ableclot es
old and new trims. Much more! Bargain
prices. Mon-Fri. 710-6708.
OARLDnSAl.E, Saturday, April 26th, 8-2pm'

stuff, tools, baby items, household items
LP records.. Must See! Saturday
8am-1 pm.

1991 CORRECT Craft Sports Nautique.
New upholstery & carpet, runs great, wake
board tower & racks w/ trailer, $11,500.

1996 FORD F150 XLT, automatic,eloo @,
A/C, topper, dual gas tanks, traie hic,
black with gray interior. 110,000 miles.
One owner. $4800. 246-2696.
2001 CHEVROLET Jimmy, fully lae,
leather seats, exo. condition. $5000 OBO.

Silver. Good condition, 65,000 miles Price
$8,500 Car Max appraised at $10,900 re-
tail. Must sell. Call (904)220-4651.
O99COHBEO Ca 24 614DR, 38,000mi.,
1966 MUSTANG, runs great. $2800. Cl
.1995 FORD Thunderbird SL, V8, loaded,
exc. cond., $2500 OBO. (904)521-4636,
cell. (716)830-0107.
.1992 CHRYSLER LeBaron, 4dr. sedan,
Cold air, great condition. 64K miles.
$1300. Call Jon 591-9466.
1998 TOYOTA Forerunner Limited, leath-
trssunbrbdsni 0Kp mles Cskng $95
Call 223-6002.

Of Junk Cars/Trucks
.n 30 Minte

T0p cash on all that runs!


F eaenT

fits/ 401K. Private country club requires
general maintenance, painting, cleaning'
general labor, some security. Background
check required. Email to:
fcilii @9seleam~arina~com or fax

GGarden Imr

Are you motivated to succeed? Are you thrilled by
providing excellent guest service? Then join us a s:
*Guest Service Agents Breakfast Servers
*HOUSekeeping Attendants
Catch the brilliant opportunity to be part of an
awa~~rd-a-spiring team. We p~rovlde: excellent training.
coITpensation, and benefits for f/t and pht positions.
C'all (904), 280-1661 x 110,5, Fa x: (904, 280-1544

employs individuals in a variety of posi-
tions. For a listing of current opportunities
please visit us in person at 11 N. 3rd St.,
2nd floor, send an email to.
personnel@jaxbchfl.net, or visit our
we site: www~co b.j~obs Drug free work

SHIPYARD WORKERS (skilled, all types)
willing to travel, stevedoring workers for
local worker, construction personnel (skil-
led and unskilled). (904)726-5661.
Servers with experience needed. Please
apply in person, M-F, 11am-2pm, Giovan-
ni's, 1161 Beach Blvd., Jax Beach.

Top pay, insura cR YbSeneits. ICW area
220-2012. Baymeadows area 519-0004.
employs individuals in a variety of posi-
tpensse Fo risitingpo crsc t 'pportunites
2nd floor, send an email to:
personnel@jaxbchfl.net, or visit our
website: www.cojb.jobs Drug free work
environment, EOE, VP.
AMERICAN HOME Companions seeks
e perien d idve-in caregivers for the ed-
Must drive & have car. 732-2926p
option: Constructidn Co. fax resume 247-
di te assignments da w rk ios to I ft
Call 1-800-HomeCare or apply at:
www.In-HomeCare c m

FULL-Time all shifts available at a Premier
Retirement Community. Excellent benefit
package com etit wa enss god wrk-
Fleet Landing Security Gate, One Fleet
Landing Blvd., Atlantic Beach, FL; Fax to
(94)4n6 94047 mi to josr l and-
looin eh 2l 5@ part t membarista. To

OFFICE ASSISTANT needed for busy
beaches office. Mon.- Fri., 8am-4:30pm,
$10.d50/hr C mpeuttr towledge, a tenton
resume 270-1633.

gahic helfl onar c e on expaei-~
ence. Fax resume to 493-4949

this category please call 904-249-9033 or
ema il: classified~beachesleader.com

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offering jobs. They are offering job-related
services and may charge fees. Readers
are advised to exercise caution before giv.
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without knowing what specific product or
service they will receive.

WARNING: WHILE this newspaper does
not knowingly accept business opportunity
ads which require you to pay a fee to get
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newspaper cannot guarantee the validity
of offerings in this classification. If any ad-
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The Beaches Leader, 249-9033.
for large boat, Great JAX location
(hEoEw ,NG oENDOPRt for A ,sB si .
"xps at? Orne ParkeoMal,a R ouns
Mall. For more info (904)514-6046.
SALON FOR Sale. Beaches area. $25K
OBO. 881-0312.

CERTIFIED IN-HOME Daycare. 5 wks.
and up. Call Becky 249-6391

FRIDAY & Saturday, April 25th & 26th;
8am3pm, 543 Rutile Dr., furn., jewelry'
wicker, glassware, odds & ends.

SnTdURrDiPW 4 6M, am- and.21F1 nSuof
new household items.
HUGE COMMUNITY Garage Sale in Pa-
blo Bay, off San Pablo between Beach
and JTB. Saturday, 4/26, 8am-noon.
GARAGE Sale, Resurrection Episcopal
Church. Ft. Caroline Rd. at Monument Rd.
April 26th, 8am-2pm. Bargains Galorel
2urFAuIY aChikire adtd adul slotin

RB~ean la r.P P 48c o Hdge b tee
Beach and Atlantic

MASSIVE ESTATE Sale, 7332 Hernando
Rd., Jax. April 24th- 27th 8:30-5:30. Anti-
ques, contents of an actual military muse-
um. Over 5000 items. Medals, swords,
patches, hats, books- from the countries
of Germany, Japan, America, Korea, Rus-
sia. Also over 50 smoking stands- vintage.
vad rs tww ma sa e .emts. bToH ve
ers Antiques. 610-2888.
BIG "OLD BEACH" Estate. Loaded from
Rattan to Formal mahog; game tables'
Gov. Winthrop sec. & desk, etc. Fmne
ster.t, (bset, larg ty,Cetc) a
lys, 3 sets china morel 70 s stuff, vintage,
or.1,a9t 9eely nI s gods 1osth0m .

BOAT SLIP For Rent, Harbortown Marina,
40', $450/mo. 463-2845.
2001 SUZUKI 15hp 4-stroke,
1' Lowe jo/ flat btomh oat w/ogalvn totajr,

leady to Fish! $250p. Jim (904) 36 It 4
trailer. "AS IS" $550. (904)571-1112.
ww.ain ~lb V.com

Courtyadu by Marriott
IGS theSe positions available:

*PT Night Auditor
Maintenance 2nd Shift

Apply in person at Courtyard by Marriot
1617 N. First St., Jacksonville Beach


Palms Preschool and Childcare Center is currently seeking
a Director ofcitsdpirdesthoollphrgdrarn. The success
candidatk ilhl d hahlr / re
(COUrSeWork in lea ers ip
administration and early childhood
education is preferred) with prior
preschool experience including
program administration.
Paims MaSters preferred

and Child Care Center Please submit resumeS
Via faX: 904-246-0541.
e-mail at darlene.dennette@palmschurch.org


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H93 e3 600ff ce repair and maintenance.
cls anbting, m roemert ta ,d mscl
laneous jobs. DAVE. 246-6628.
Painting, pressure washing, wood floors,
carpentry, tile work, drywall. 241-7023.
WOOD REPAIRS. Termite & Rotten
wood, siding, stucco repairs. Custom
painting. Licensed General Contractor.

Interior / Exterior
Faux Finishes
Wood Replacement
Pressure Washmng

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904-247-6441 904 537-4469

Leak R tairsV ReRo~o ,eFlatoroo fs,
Flat Roof Restoration, Mobile Homes,
Storm Damage, Maintenance,
State Lic pCC592397,p 94E-21-5981.

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this category please call 904-249-9033 or
email: classified Obeachesicader.com
2eOOedRpEPAIs o aRe Rofing.aTdustna i
Remodelin /Construction. State Certified
Rofe #CC1325888. Member BBB

5th year anniversary special. Will beat any
written estimate, next 7 days.
904-755-7403. CCC1 326983.

TERRY'S PALM tree trimming and palm
tree booting. 305-6320.
Quality work at reasonable rates. Stump
grinding. Since 1986.
ming/ stump grinding. Tree removal
storm clean up. AHl debris removal/ fire-
wood. (904)646-9896, (904)537-8316.
PALM TREE TRIMMING. Free estimates.
Call (904)710-1030.

QUALITY WORK. Install, Removal, &
Painting. Residential, Commercial.
25yrs. Experience. References+ I'REE
ESTIMATES. Steve, 285-1778.

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20 years.

PADGETT'S A/C & Heating, Inc. Family
owned and operated. When quality and
customer service are deaddcall
588-5222 Financing available.
CAC1814887. Cedit cards acme ted. Lies

AN AMAZINGLY Clean House by Natasha
is expanding. Excellent prices and
0eaie work. Lots of ref's. available!
21 30
GERTIE'S CLEANING Sevice has opeO'
ings for new clients. References upon re-
quest. Please call 588-3068.
Off ces. Exc. refs., licensed. (904)236-

A6 yers e rience Rsonal ep ce ,
low minimum rates, weekend appoint.
ments available. (904)525-7419.
HA\/N tAohareda rne frninr eso eone yu
Dist Bunny is here! Reasonable prices.

G EEN C EEN organic non-toxic clean
ing for clean and healthy home or office
E ceptional service, reasonable rates,
years of experience, excellent references.
Call Kay 514-8092. Your satisfaction guar-

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ehi scatego fiple sbe Ial 9s -49-9033 or

WOOD Fence Insta lation. 35yrs Experi-
7276.M c~k89Outdoor Enterpr ses.

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email: classified Qbeachesleader.com
applications, house calls, training, repairs,
upgrades, websites, graphics Free phone
tech. '904-249-3034 or email:
callrob @comcast. net.

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

FULL, EXTERIOR Cleaning. Let us do
your Spring Cleaning. Quality Service,
Affordable Price. 525-0197-
cleaning. Pressure washing. Licensed &
Insured,Call Kevin 994-0045.

Never Paint your house again. We seal
coat with 10 year warranty: brick pavers,
pool deck, home exteriors, tile, roofs,
stamp concrete. The profes9ina se ln
www. Hrenc sealngpiec.com

35 years experience at the Beach.
Licensed & insured. 305-6320.

BreA esti te~s, ork gur noted, ic ned
Pani UpALT rWORsK FORh LSSepis
21 yrs. at The Beaches. Jeff 881-4223.


A true craftsman
Joe Di~Mauro
30 yearsexperience
Licensed Insured References
(904) 372-4707
(904) 229-9542

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this category please call 904-249-9033 or
mail: clas ified @beachesleader.com

CARE FOR your love ones, light house-
kepig ndyreIls inc 2d~e~d4 s ZW d, and
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this categciry please call 904-249-9033 or
email: classified Qbeachesleader com

Slee, ied Pilwo mat ess, bx s
and new in-box frame. Spotless and like
new condition. $300 Can Deliver-
246-1832. .
THULE ROOF Rack w/lock $50. 2 Furni-
ture Mart glass-top end tables $50 for
both. 607-2320
82ROLINsG MOOTsOR-tMotlorl 3uide, 24vokts
great. $395 OBO. 246-4104..
old, used once. $300 OBO. 246-4104.
STEEL BUILDING Deals up to 50%
savings. Can erect www.scg-grp.com-
. source#112 (904)241-1012-
DOWNSIZING, NEED to Sale! Maple Din-
ing Set w/6 chairs, & Hutch $300. Queen-
size Sleeper Sofa, like new $200. Match-
ing End Table and Qoffee Table $100.
Entertainment Center (28"x24" TV open-
ing)l $50, Win bisck Chair $40. Antique
SieChair $35. OBO. PVB area.
SURF CASTING Rod and Reel. Penn
Reel 11' rod w/line, used once. $120
OBO. 521-8840.
DRIVERS- (2) LEFT Hand Calloway x460
9" stiff and Adams Redline 10.5' Regular,
used once. $75 each. 246-4104.
2 ANTIQUE Dressers. Elegant Dining Ta.
ble. Coffee and End Tables. 220-5211.
eOMhETEORbEXER ISE bike $20 's 2
goose Mountain Bike/ helmet $75. 5cf.
chest freezer $40. 1982 Raleigh 10spd.
Men's Bike $20. Bike carrier/ hitch mount
$256Fr e Kiln w/40 ceramic molds.
ANTIQUE OAK Jewelry table, 14 drawers,
nice. $2000 OBO. 246-4104..
TWO FIELD tickets- Kenny Chesney,
Brooks & Dunn, Leann Rimes, Saturday
4/26, Columbia, SC., Face value,
234-5714 .
FORD RILEY- Prints (2) matted & framed.
$200 each. Marsh scene & yellow birds
w/blue flowers. 246-4104.
CRAFTMATIC FULL size bed, adjustable
eBaO. Wau th nosard &mcah st f d aw
ers $200. 32" Sony Trinitron Flat screen
aVMaha ony e~nt. cr $2L0g0 (ay
computer desk w/ upper cabinet space &
matching file cabinets on bottom $250
rOBO. (904)270-0742.
FRIGIDAIRE COOKTOP 30" black, 1 yr.
old. Perfect condition, $350,
TH REE HUGE Sago Palms. $100ea. You
dig & haul. Call 241-4344

1Ru gret $9A00 RB. ( 0)77 r3.

We are currently accepting applications for energetic, customer
SerVICS Oriented team members for the following positions:

*Dining Room Server
*Executive Chef

Seasonal O~pptrtunities
*Server Assistant/Barback
Great opportunity to work in an oceanfront resort with
terrific earning poteritial. We offer an excellent benefits package *
including medical/dental, life insurance, sick and vacation days,
and discounts at our retail outlets, golf course and spa.

Apply in person to:
607 Ponte Vedra Boulevard, Ponte Vedra Beach
Monday-Friday 8:30am-5:00pm
For dditi 1ainfo mtio 11280-6076
See current openings at: 'Profiles.hospitalityonline.com/211464
S. Drug Free Workplace EOE

At Ponte Vedra B~each



Estimates. Call 904-710-1030-
LANDSCAPE BY Linus. Yard Cleanup
Specialist. Weekly/ Bi-monthly. Licensed/
Insurec)/ Affordable. 294-2269.

InRI3GATdORNe ND rLan scap Istanla
Scott. (904)303-3779.
LAWyN3P 9P1 %obRe Sod, great prices.
(90;134) 0, o.
nail Timely/ Licensed. References availa-
blel Call Wayne 626-5234, 246-8344.
CHEAP MOE'S! Complete lawn service.
Most yards only $25. (904)294-2269.
riaht oh anns tie Nocnrcs reu red
Residential & Commercial Licensed/ In-
sured. Call Ray, 294-2518..
WINSOR LAWN Service, Inc. Competitive
rates. Call Alan. 237-5301.
Dependable Quality Gervice. Reasonable
rates. (904)524-8660.
Free estimates. Mow, trim, edge. One
time or annually. Also shrub trimming,
pruning, mulch, sod, iClan-ups and more.
Licensed & Insured. 207-4037.
Total Lawn Maintenance. Clean-ups, Sod-
ding, Mulching, Re-planting. Free esti-
mates. 247-3344.

One t eEEON Rerly. Lic nse~dA sured.
Residential, Commercial. 742-6763.
MOW, EDGE, prune, weed, trim, average
yard $25, free estimates. Call 334-1931.
lawns. Free estimates. 246-0967.
ENDLESS SU MMER Lawncare. Free esti-
mates. Professional customer service-
Mowing, edging, weeding, trimming- trees,
sru ser i ens L.& isrdS Re idn26a64


Specializing in all types of home repairs:
rotten wood, termite damage, doors, win.
dows, fencing, drywall, countertops, paint
in sun decks, gutters. Licensed & Insur-
ec. Free estimate. (904)463-0619.



Specializing in Remodeling,
Additions, Decks, Repairs'
Vinyl Soffits, Gutters
Roof Repairs & Re-Roofing
for the home or office.
(904) 247-3777
Certinred Builder Certified Roofer
Lie. CB-CO59536 Lic. CCCl325888

Residential and Commercial
CUStom Remodeling New Homes *Additions
Home Main~tenance Division
Custorner care ano'qua/R~yis ourpnrio~ty Serving the Beaches for 10yas

Lenny Boot Owner & Building Contractor CBCi253123



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~Expect Nothing Less
\~~\~~\`JI\Q'J~vThan "Five Diamonds"
Do something special for yourself today! Work with one of the
premier luxury resorts in the world by joining the elite staff at Ponte
Vedra Inn & Club. Our exceptional work environment is one of the
most sought after for career satisfaction.
We have the following full & part-time positions available:
Sales Manager Sous Chef
Dining Room Attendanfs Room Service
Housekeeping Turndown Surf Club Janitorial
2nd A~ssistant Superintendent Nail Technician
Recreation/Nursery Attendant Bartenders
Barber (Licensed/Shave) Realty Weekend Reception
FOOd Checker (Seasonal) Line Cook (Seasonal & FT)
For immediate consideration apply in person to:
Human Resources between 9am- 4pm
or forward resume to:
200 Ponte Vedra Blvd., Ponte Vedra Beach, FL. 32082
Job Line: (904) 280-3607
Fax: (904) 2~73-7753
Web: profiles.hospitalityonline.com/2 11464

Oceanfront Excellence

POOL CLEANING- quality service, rea.
sonable rates. Licensed/ Insured. David's
Pool Service, 285-0240

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Onsite PC Repairs/ Cleaning/ Tune-Ups. Block & Brick Masonry. New construction,
FREE CONSULTATION: (904)629-8410. additions, repairs. Licensed & Insured.
~nlr~ Alra ? It ,, c, t,,,,,. 333-1388.

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Matt Gray Memorial surf contest a success

RIGHT: Kayla i
Beckmann t ~~'
surfs ahead of ;jl~b rp
one of the
day's bigger i I',-y
waves as she 2: ~
competes in ? 2`LFr
the Queens
Division of the 1% ;.e I A
Matt Gray
Memorial surf r'
contest ,
Saturday in X"
Beach. The-;~:::~ ,IIi
event raised '
money to con- f
struct a stone "
bench at the ia
local skate )
park in honor
of Gray, an :
area surfer
and skater 9a~~F
who died last
year at the
age of 22. Y:'~

Local surf legend Mitch Kaufmann carves a turn in the Elders Division of last Saturday's contest,~.


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Photos by Rob DeAngelo

Teale Beckenbach rides a wave while competing in the Queens Division of last Saturday's con-
test, which took place at the break between 18th and 19th streets in Atlantid Beach.



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