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Title: The Beaches leader
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Publication Date: April 30, 2008
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S$9 million

land buy

gets OK
Port wants land
for cruise terminal
at Mayport village

The Jacksonville Port A~uthority Monday
agreed to purchase several acres of property in
Mayport Fishing
Village for a possible L
cruise terminal "to
keep its options For anybody that
open." soseo'wn
Stressing there aresaswdotwa
no current plans for to ruin the historic
a proposed cruise ambiance of
terminal, the seven- Wol
member JPA Board May port, Iwud
of Directors unani- dare them to take
mously voted topur- pcu o hm
chase 4.5 acres in 0pdr fi rm
.Mayport for approxi- the river. It's a
mately $9 million du p
fromi Vestcor and m,
Matt Roland. Mayrgor John Moserve .
Negotiations are
ongoing with Safe -
Harbor Seafood for
additional property to accommodate a termi-
"'We did this at this point to preserve our
availability. It does not mean it's a done
deal...I think the board saw this as an opportu-
nity," said Nancy Rubin, JPA's director of com-
mnication 1indepubi raiins 1wiign
"the pieces of .the puzzle to come together"
regarding various issues such as funding and
environmental concerns.
"I know people are anxious about it and it
may seem like a first step and frankly, it may
be but the board did not vote on the con-
struction of a terminal, they just voted on the
purchase of the property," Rubin said. There is
no time frame for a decision on the terminal
relocation, she said.
JPA is "in touch" with several cruise lines
that are interested in the Jacksonville area,
according to Rubin. If a terminal is built, it
would take up less;than eight acres of property
rather than the 40 acies it is on now as things
could be built vertically, according to

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Miruzzles for

bireeds one

A pit bull attack on a small
dog last week will be discussed at
a Neptune Beach City Council
workshop meeting in May.
Vice Mayor Harriet Pruette
said that thie city wants to pre-
vent a repeat of an April 23 inci-
dent in which a pit bull got free
from his leash and attacked a
dog being walked by a woman.
"It was horrible,. absolutely
horrible," said Pruette. of the
According tosa police report,
the complainant -was walking
her two small dogs when an
unknown male on a skateboard
approached her near First Street
and South Street at approxi-
mately 5:20 p.m.
T~he male was holding a leash
tethered to a pit bull that broke
free, according to~ the report.

That dog's owner was not
hurt, but the injured dog, which
suffered a broken jaw and sev-
ered tongue, had to be put to
sleep, Pruette said, explaining
that the city's animal control
ordinance may need to be
"tweaked" after this incident.
She said that preventing a
recurrence is important and sug-
gested public muzzling of dan-
gerous: animals may be an
option. The council will listen
to any suggestions, she said.
Neptune Beach Assistant
Police Chief Tony Carrillo said
the incident is being investigat-

Mary Salfer-Hobbs, left, assists Keisha Rodriguez complete her voter registration form. Fletcher High School participat-
ed in the annual countywide student voter drive last week. I.ast year, .Fletcher won the Freedom Award in' the large
school category for registering the most new voters. Approximately 700 students ranging in age from 16 to 18 regis-
tered ~or pre-registered to vote during the three-day drive. Supervisor of Elections Jerry Holland, a 1972 Fletcher gradu-
ate, came out during the drive to visit with some of the new voters. He asked students why they thought the largest
block of voters, 18-25 year olds actually voted the least. Bekki Frank, a Fletcher senior, explained "Many students don't
really feel that their vote will count or they don't kn~ow that much about the elections." Her statement was echoed by .
many other in the group. .

Slowver traffic urged for Mayport Road

Court orders 'city to approve

outdoor seating for Fast Boys

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A: speed limit reduction on
Mayport Road is being studied at the
request of the mayor.
Atlantic Beach Mayor John
Meserve Monday asked staff look
into the possibility of reducing the
speed limit on Mayport Road- which
is currently 45 miles per hour dur-
ing constniction.
"If we don't get people going a lit-
tle slower during construction, it
will remain 45 [miles per hour]
going on 80 [miles per hour],"
Meserve said at Monday's meeting.

He also said a lower speed limit
could help reduce the number of
City Manager Jim Hanson said
that a previous commission was also
in support of a speed limit reduction
on Mayport Road. That was prior to
the road work and the state balked
at the change at the: time.
Although Me'serve said thiat any
reduction would be beneficial, he
said he thinks that setting the limit
at 35 miles per hour would be the
most reasonable to help curb driverS
from traveling at rates as high as 65
miles per hour, he said.

Meserve said that there have been
at least three accidents since con-
'struction on the road began earlier
this, month.
His goal, he said, is to get people
in the habiit of driving more slowly
during construction slated to last
approximately a year a~s that when
it is complete, people will coiltinue
to maintain a slower speed.
The work will add niedians along
the roadway aind provide for addi-
tional landscaping on the stretch
between Atlantic Boulevard on the
south and Pioneer Drive on the

2007 after he refused to sign
off on the application for out-
door alcohol sales.
.Powers alleged misconduct
by Lindorff who, she claimed,
"failed to do his duty and exe-
cute our approved zoning for
outdoor eating and drinking.'"
According to court docks-
ments, Lindorff signed an
application allowing outside
food and alcohol sales in
February, 2007 and later
attempted to rescind a portion
of the approval, claimilig that
he "overlooked the check mark
. that the application includ-
ed outside areas."
"He claimed that he just
missed that box and forced us
to go through zoning again.
we complied with the city's
wishes but really should not
have had to," Powers said last
The Planning Commission
in August, 2007 granted condi-
tional use approval to allow
Fast Boys Pierside to operate
an outdoor restaurant and bar.

Phot by SIAFF
Fast Boys Pierside may use its
outdoor deck, a judge has
. Lindorff did not have the
authority to refuse to sign off
on the application,
Owner Tori Powers filed suit
against Lindorff in November,

Catherine Woodcock, left, a junior at Nease High School, inspects a chicken breast covered in a
strange orange dressing during an initiation ritual for lifeguard recruits with the American Red
Cross Volunteer Life Saving Corps. Woodcock and five other recruits, including Walidy Meskel of
Stanton Prep, were inducted Saturday into the Corps, following 12 weeks of training. See story on
page A-8, more photos on B-10.


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

:lendar ..................B-8
assified ........:........B-4
;hing ................:....B-2
iituaries ..............A-6

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Copyright 2008 by The Beaches Leader, Inc.
Two sections, 22 pages

Midweek Edition April 30, 2008


The B AH


Judge says city's
planning chief
can't set his own .
conditions for use

A lengthy court battle for
outdoor seating and alcohol
sales at a Jacksonville Beach
restaurant is over. -
Circuit Court Judge I ance
Day ruled April 10 that Fast
Boys Pierside at 2309 Beach
Boulevard in the Beach Marine
complex can utilize its existing
deck and ordered city
Planning and Development
Director Steve Lindorff to sign
the zoning approval needed to
secure state permission to
extend alcohol sales to the out-
door seating.
Day ruled that the city's
Planning Commission granted
zoning approval to operate an
outdoor restaurant and bar and


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League from 1953-61, chuckle, that the one-time
became a scout. He and the big leaguer's advice to the
Ponte Vedra Baker had coti- then-college coach, on what
tact when the former major to' do with the cards that
leaguer went to look at mistakenly had been sent to
prospects. him, was "just go ahead and
"'He saw us on the road a sign them."
few times," Baker said. Gene Baker, who joined
During that time, he also with Banks in breaking the
wound up with a few Gene Cubs' color barrier, batted
Baker baseball cards, sent to .265 in his major league
him to be signed by fans career with Chicago and
thinking he was the former Pittsburgh, and was an All"
Cubbie. Star in 1955, died at the age
The Ponte Vedra A.D. of 74 in Davenport, Iowa in
recently related, with a .1999. '

Gene Baker, athletic direc-
tor at Ponte Vedra High
School, knew another Gene
Baker wh-en he coached
baseball at the University of
Northern Iowa. The other
Gene Baker had been sec-
ond-base partner to the
Chicago Cubs' eventual Hall
of Fame shortstop, Ernie
After retiring from the
playing field, the other
Baker, who started his career
in the Negro Leagues and
played in the National

Second Annual Free

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Jacksonville `"
Beach 's s~ e'1- ~
Dun kin' s~ ilc
Donuts keeps l '
customers run- t
ning with their
second annual
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Coffee Day."
Du~nkin'aDon~uts .

E.-; tratn co e
running with a
free 16-ounce 'd~
(small) iced coffee '
from 10 a.m. to 10)s.`
p.m. at Beaches
shops, as well as

embellished with small slices of
banana and Peanutty S'mores
with a thin layet of peanut but-
ter spread on the cracker. For
dark chocolate lovers, try
indulging in a recipe featuring
a dark chocolate bar on a gra-
ham cracker, 'topped ~with. a
grilled marshmallow.
aw sthe main jso wonet go
s'mores indoors. S'mores Ice
Cream Pie is frozen with vanil-
la or chocolate ice cream.
Looking for a quick and easy
recipe? Try Easy S'mores
Clusters. Simply break and heat
six milk chocolate bars in the
microwave, and stir in two
cups of miniature marshmal-
lows and_ eight coarsely
chopped graham crackers.
Then drop spoonfuls of the
mix into miniature paper muf-
fin cups, cover and refrigerate
until firm.
To find these and other
recipes, consumers can visit
www.smoresfun.com. The
Her~shey Company invites con-
suikeiff 6b shdii~e theif~twisis ofi -~"
the classic summertime treat
by visiting and posting their
recipes to www.smoresfun.com

barbecue. S'mores
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..'n s'mores recipes or to
~share their favorite
twists on the classic
Ep9~j~ s'more.
When cooked on
te grill. start by plack
Chocolate bar on half
of a graham cracker.
Then, carefully toast a
large marshmallow
The classic combination of over a grill preheated to medi-
milk chocolate, marshmallows Rum, and place it on top of the
and crisp grahams has been a chocolate bar. Finally, top the
centerpiece of summertime fun perfectly melted marshmallow
for more than 80 years. with the remaining graham
Memories of families and cracker half and gently press
friends 'gathered around the together for a delicious treat.
campfire enjoying perfectly Or to make "s'more" s'mores at
toasted, chocolate-filled once, assemble half of a gra-
s'mores take you back to past ham cracker, chocolate bar and
camping trips. Good news the marshmallow topped with the
quintessential treat is no longer second half of the cracker and
reserved for only campfire wrap it in aluminum foil. Place
cooking. The backyard gill'~...th da:ilpocet oruhe guil and.
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experts at The Hershey's s'mores recipes with variations
Kitchens are teaching con- of the classic treat. Try
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Surfers sign on

board. to assist

A custom 10'2" Rozo long
board has been made for a spe-
cial fundraiser for B.E.A.htl.,
Beaches Emergency Assistance
Ministry. The board is on di~s-
play at The Ritz, 185 3rd Ave.
N. in Jacksonville Beach.
"Raffle" tickets can be purr-
chased there for five dollars.
Cinco de Mayo Festival for
BEAM artwork adorns the cus-
tom board.
Dick Rosborough, known as
the "Rozo", a Fort George
Island board shaper, spent
years surfing and shaping surf
boards in the North shore of
Hawaii before moving to the
Jacksonvillle area. His long-
boards are sought after
because they are said to maxi-
mize maneuverability. Funds
raised in this "raffle" will help
B.E.A.M. help Beaches area

help families in need and a
reminder of that is embla-
zoned on the board.
The Cinco de Mayo festival
for B.E.A.M. will be at the Ritz
this Friday, May 3, for those 21
and older. There will be a $5
cover charge to enter the Ritz
and chances to win door
prizes. Drawings for door-
prizes will be held throughout
the night.
B.E.A.M. is a multi-faceted
social service agency that help
Beaches area residents in
many ways including finan-
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Getting a wine sample from Paul Donohue April 23 at Fresh Market in Ponte Vedra Beach is
Cathe Sommerlad, while Annette Price (right) samples some of the food at the Ponte Vedra
Woman's Club Fine Wine Gala. The event raised $8,600 for the club's scholarship fund.

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April 30 2008

The Beaches Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader

The Palm Valley Community
Association once again is team-
ing up with The Players
Championship to ease traffic
congestion during next week's
Roscoe Boulevard will be
used as a "relief valve" for traf-
fic going to and from the tour-
nament at nearby TPC at
Sawgrass, according to Garry
Phillips, vice president of the
community association and

At the end of play,-the pat-
tern will be reversed, with traf-
fic leaving through the Roscoe
Boulevard gate directed north
on Roscoe to Solana Road and
A1A. No vehicles leaving the
gate will be allowed to go
south of Roscoe, according to
the news release.
Roscoe Boulevard is one of
few roads in the Ponte Vedra
Beach area that some consider
to be Palm Valley.

liaison to The Players.
During times of heavy traffic
- anticipated Saturday and
Sunday, May 10 and 11 -
vehicles headed toward the
tournament will be directed
from State Road A1A south on
Solana Road to an entry gate
off Roscoe Boulevard, accord-
ing to a news release.
No vehicles northbound on
Roscoe Boulevard will be
allowed to enter the Roscoe
gate, according to the release.

gave preliminary approval for the new loca-
tion, but will review some conditions, such
as whether hot food canl be prepared on site.
Organic vegetables, fruit and plants .are
available at the market. Crafts from local
vendors are also sold.
Ferrell has also initiated an organic com-
munity garden concept.in Neptune IBeach.
"People are starting to realize the impor-
tance of local and organic food, both for the
health of our bodies and our planet, and
farmer's markets are being created all over
the country in response to this demand," she
said in the e-mail.
"My goal in creating the Community
Garden and Education'al Programs in con-
junction with the Green Market is to
approach solutions to the long-term food
security issues we are facing today."

An organic farmers market may be moving
back to Neptune Beach.
The Beaches Green Market which current-
ly operates in a parking lot in Jacksonville
Beach could be moving to Jarboe Park.
"Jarboe Park, in addition to being a park
and not a parking lot, is more pedestrian
friendly and hopefully will be cooler in the
heat of summer," Beaches Green Market
organizer Gretchen Ferrell said in an e-mail.
Ferrell revived the concept of a Beaches
farmers market after a previous attempt by
community members to host a similar one in
Town Center and later Jarboe Park eventually
dissolved -. and has been operating it
Saturday from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. in the Beach
Plaza shopping center,
The Neptune Beach City Council last week

Powers submitted a second
application to extend the
licensed premises for alcohol
and food sales which Lindorff
failed to sign until "Fast Boys
complies with the requirements
of the conditional use approval
granted -by the Jacksonville
Beach Planning Commission."
In a letter to Fast Boys' attor-
ney Paul Harden, Lindorff said a
"physical and visual barrier"
had to be constructed to create
a boundary between Beach
Marine and the Fast Boys deck.
Powers said she had no inten-
tion of building such a structure
because it is not mandated by
the city's Land Development
"No where in the code does it
say I have to," she said after fil-
ing suit against Lindorff. "He is
just making it up as he goes

Judge Day in his order stated
that city code does not contain
any provision requiring a wall
or any other structure to sepa-
rate adjacent businesses,
"The "condition" proposed
by [Lindorffj in the October 2,
2007 letter is not required by
the Land Development Code,
nor was the "condition" includ-
ed as a condition in the order of
the Planning Commission,"
Day said in his ruling, noting
that- Fast Boys' location meets
all of the zoning requirements
for outdoor alcohol sales.
Lindorff argued that signing
the DBPR application was up to,
his discretion as the city's zon-
ing authority and that city code
allows him to "render interpre-
tations" of that code on a case
by case basis. The judge said,
however, that the decision to
sign the DBPR application is not

a quasi-judicial function.
Lirndorff had asserted that
signing the DBPR application
"is equivalent to his making
decisions on whether to issue
building permits, site plans and
other development orders."
According to the Land
Development Code, Day said
Lind-orff does not have the
authority to interpret the code
"to mean that a physical and
visual barrier is required to
define how the area of unen-
closed, outdoor customer serv-
ice space [is] allowed to be used
. ..when such a condition is not
stated in the code."
"You cannot make up the
rules as you go," Power said.
"The law is the law. Perhaps the
enforcer should have to follow
them too."
Lindorff was not available for

Mayport Partners
10 fight river take

The Mayport Waterfront
Partnership will draft a resolu-
tion to oppose withdrawing
water from the St. Johns River.
The Partnership agreed
recently that it should join
other governing bodies that
have also passed resolutions in
opposition of the St. Johns
River Water Management:
District's proposed daily withi-
drawal of several thousand gal-
lons of water from the river to
central Florida.

front said the partnership is
"not very happy with the situa-
The Partnership passed a,reso-
lutionl in February opposing the
proposed terminal because mem-
bers, said it would damage the
shrinxping industry and destroy
the lifestyle of the Vilage.
Fisher, added that he was
"appalled" by comments
Meserve made regarding the sta-
tus of the Vilage, especially since
Meserve played an integral role
in the establishment of the
Partnership and served as its first
"That was bad form," he said.
"To get a slap in the face like that
from our [first] chairman was
unnecessary and.unneeded."

published reports.
"Wile have no intention of
cementing over Mayport
Village," said Rubin. "There's a
lot that comes with a cruise ter-
minal. Our economic gain does-
n't go into our pockets."
Atlantic Beach Mayor John
Meserve Tuesday said that a ter-
minal would "jumpstart" the
area by bringing industry to the
'"For anybody that says we
don't want to ruin the historic
ambiance of Mayport, I would
dare them to take a picture of it
from the river. It's a dump," he
said regarding Mayport's com-
mercial district.
Drugs are being sold in the
area and there is no movement

for any type of development
Tight now, he said.
While Meserve said he recog-
nizes that the traffic and parking
need to be addressed, a potential
cruise terminal could be
designed to be aesthetically
pleasing and also allow space for
shrimping boats, he said.
Meserve also said that he dis-
agrees with the attitude of many
Villagers who are opposed to any
"You could put two or three
restaurants out there and sell
Mayport shrimp out of them,"
he said.
However, David Fisher, chair
of the Mayport Waterfront
Partnership a group dedicated
to preserving a working water-

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A new program of the St.
Johns County Sheriff's Office
aims at more contact between
deputies and the public in a
good way.
By shifting and adding
responsibilities to lieutenants
and sergeants, the department
hopes that community groups
and the sheriff's district com-
manders will get to know each
Other, said Sgt. Chuck
ItMulligan, spokesman for the
Sheriff's Office.
The plan is for shift com-
manders to attend meetings of
community groups while
they're on duty, as long as
they're not tied up with a call,
Mulligan said.
"It goes along the guidelines
.of community-oriented
policing," Mulligan said.
"'They're just shifting .
some of the responsibility to
the sergeants, and then the
lieutenants can focus more on
the community."
T'he P'onte Vedra
Community Association
(PVCA) was an early partici-
pant in the program. At the
P'VCA's monthly meeting last
week at the Ponlte Vedra Beach
Branch Library, the gathering
was paid a visit by Sheriff's Lt.

.. .The commanders will then
Theywn s "get back to the sergeants and
I ey ant s tO say, 'Hey, we need to focus on
get more involved in this,' Mulligan explained.
the community.. The Sheriff's Office is split
S into two districts north and
so we can serve y'all south and each shift has a
better, commanding lieutenant and
tw~o sergeants, Mulligan said.
Lieutenants will work with
St Johns founty :ieofi all the shifts in a particular dis-
trict, he said.
1~ ~~bi laner"The byproduct of that is,
hopefully, more uniform serv-
B.H. Tanner. ice levels," Mulligan said.
Arri~ing about half an hour Although the Ponte Vedra
after the start of the 5 p.m. Municipal Service District
.meeting, Tanner apologized for (MSD) routinely has a deputy
being late, saying he found out at its monthly meetings, that
about the meeting only 30 group has a contract with the
minutes before, when he was Sheriff's Office for extra police
in St. Augustine, protection. .
"They want us to get more Mulhigan said he knows of
involved in the community .. no other community groups
so we can serve y'all better," that get regular visits from
Tanner told the gathering of deputies.
about one dozen, including "I think what we're trying to
PVCA board members and visi- do is make that a countywide
tors. philosophy," he said.
By attending meetings of Mulligan said it may take "a
community groups and home- few months even to find every
owner associations, Mulligan community meeting."
said, the district commanders Interested Ponte Vedra
will find out what concerns the groups can visit the Sheriffs
residents have, what crime Office annex on County Road
trends there may be and what 210 just west of State Road A1A
the residents think about the or can call the Sheriff's Office
job the department is doing, at 824-8304, Mulligan said.

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The Beaches Leader


By R~enewaing Ear y
Check your first renewal notice for details.

NeW IRn puts Cops

up close, personal

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Our police deserve a better deal


instructed the City negotiat-
ing team to offer our police a
0% increase each of the next
two years.
The excuse we hear is that
we don't have enough
money. The truth is our prior-
ities are upside down. The
budget for the City Managers
office increased 15% last year,
even before .the Council
approved two years of consec-
utive 5% raises for the City
Manager. We spent
$3,000,000 to realign
Penman Road, -wlhy -LI don't -
known. We paid, more than j
$2,000,000, for land down-
town to be used, at least tem-
porarily, for more surface
parking to allow more irisitors
we don't have the staff to
police. The $130,000 tide
clock that was approved then
disapproved would fund
three officers, the $67,000
paper folder/sorter .purchased
to send full-color folded
propaganda pieces with the
electric bills would pay for
almost two.
I often- think understaffing
the police is by design to ben-
efit the bar owners, the only
ones really prospering in our
"entertainment district",
which is the location of 25%
of our crime. Does the
C~ouricil worry that a strong
police presence downtown
will discourage the drunks
from visiting?
Now the police are not

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responsible for causing our
crime problem. They are just
a Band-aid for the cut.
The causes of our high
crime are the policies of the
City, the actions of the plan-
ning department, and deci-
sions of the planning com-
mission: abundant free park-
ing, high bar density, over-
taxed police, lack of ins~titu-
tional controls on anti-social
behavior, understaffed code
enforcement with none
nights or weekends, not pri-
oritizing crime reduction
strategies like the Head Start
program, ignoring proven
crime reduction techniques
like adequate lighting, refus-
ing to recognize the differ-
ence between a restaurant
and a bar, clinging to the past
and refusing to accept current
realities, all result in resigned
tolerance of crime by our res-
To date the city's approach
to our crime problem is to
either pretend it doesn't exist
or blame it on someone else.
When we had the riot in the
pier parking lot last month
:that took billy clubs, tasers,
San hour, and a hundred cops
to quell: it was because school
was not in session.
When we had gunplay
amongst large early morning
crowds at Latham Plaza last.
summer, it was because a bar
had closed. Guess what?
Schools let out and bars close.
Never has the City acknowl-
edged that our high crime
rate is because we have creat-
ed an .environment con-
ducive to crime, a breeding
ground. Until that occurs we
are without hope.
What are the solutions to
our crime problem? It sure
doesn't look like the Council.
has any answers. If you don't
believe me, just ask one.
A good first step is to take
care of our police. They
deserve it.

Smith lives with his family in
downtown Jacksonville Beach.

Last year Jax Beach once
Again had the~ highest
rie rate in northeast
Florida. We host thousands of
visitors but staff our police
only based on our resident
population. We have none to
manage the hordes from
across the ditch. Our police
handle more calls for service
per officer than any other
department in the area. We
are blessed to have a core
group of dedicated, experi-
enced officers probably the
best in the state.
The City and police are
negotiating police salaries for
the next two years. Our
police, similar to the
Jacksonville Sheriffs Office
aSO), are compensated based
on a negotiated 17-step pay
scale. All new hires, regardless
of experience, normally start
at pay step one, currently
$17.10 per hour. If after one
year the officer receives a sat-
isfactory review they advance
to pay step two at $17.60/hr.
With an outstanding review
they advance two steps to pay
step three at $18.48/hr.
,,The City would~ character-.
ize the latter as a 6% raise. I
w:~ioul~d characterize it as
underpaid. Following this
pay plap, after six years an
officer receiving only,satisfac-
tory reviews would be paid
more than $13,000 per year
less than their JSO counter-
part, with outstanding
reviews every other year
almost $9,000 per year less.
Thie police are asking for
raises of 7% for the next two
years to reduce this pay dif-
ferential. We have a. difficult
time filling positions at the
police department and I
believe we currently have
four unfilled positions. The
police shortage is a natioital
problem. I have heard JSO is
short 400 officers. Closing the
pay differential would help us
compete with JSO for the lim-
Sited pool of good officers.
After secret meetings closed
to the public, the Council has

To the editor:
It was great to see the new
yellow signs in the Town
Center of Neptune and
'Atlantic Beach. These signs
give pedestrians the right to
cross the street and not fear ~
for their lives, but only if
vehicles observe the signs and
~,Jack..Agazilly Beach what are ~,
~you waiting for?
Plearse do something to
slow drivers down from
between Beach; Boulevard and

6th Ave North on 1st Street.
Anyone trying to cross 1st
Street, especially during sum-
mertime, [finds it] is a night-
male and dangerous.
Think about these options -
signs giving pedestrians the
right of way, a flashing cau-
.tiori light to warn drivers of
pedestrians or just close the
sik bock area and makel it

P M.K. Christansen

To the editor:
I'm sorry that so many peo-
ple in the real estate business
are undergoing hard times
and I hope that the market
will rebound shortly.
However, this fact does not
excuse .the blatant disregard
for Jacksonville Beach city
codes that prohibit snipe
signs on the city right of
ways. I am referring to the
proliferation of AUCTION
signs that appear every week-
end in one or more locations.
I know for a fact that the bro-
kers are aware that these signs
are illegal and they put them
out only on the weekends
when they know city code
enforcement officers are off
duty. I have asked several
agents if .their brokers are
aware of the illegality of these
signs and they confirmed to

me that they are.
Perhaps Mr. Forbes, our city
manager, would authorize
~one officer Saturday duty in
place of another day off to
,remove these signs and others
advertising various sales
events that litter our city on
the weekends. Or better yet,
the council could declare
such signs litter and any citi-
zen could remove them as
they would any other form of
It is shameful that: people
litter but it seems to be a way
of life for some. Thanks to
the many organizations and
individuals who go out of
their way to make our city a
more desirable place. to live
by picking up after others.
Darrell Shields
Jacksonville Beach

village will be no more. We
have been lied to and used
by all Jacksonvil'le and
Atlantic Beach politicians for
the personal gains of individ-
uals and their friends.
Working Waterfronts pro-
tected by what law?
Remember in November,
and future elections, to

Carroll Huffines

To the editor:
I was just advised that JAX-
PORT today voted unani-
mously to buy all Vestcor
properties and begin the
immediate construction of a
Cruise Ship Terminal in
Historic Mayport Fishing
The fishing and shrimping

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The Leader's Opinion

Clinic cooperative

showcases the spirit,

heart of community

Millions of Americans have no health insur-
ance. Millions more have health insurance that
provides minimal coverage while emptying the
uhserluesc red and underinsured are the
focus of significant public debate and hand

wne p litical arena has, to date, afforded no
solutions nationwide or statewide.
Locally, however, a consortium of business,
civic and religious organizations has formed to
tackle the problem directly. With virtually no
rhetoric or posturing, the group has quietly been
working toward a solution to help neighbors in
The result will soon be a clinic that promises to
provide routine medical care for the needy -
includino famline is expected to be better health
for more people once the clinic is operational in
coming months.
That means there should be fewer people get-
ting critically ill because they lacked routine
It also means hospital emergency rooms will
not be clogged by those who could have been
treated sooner elsewhere at a substantial say-
Plans for the clinic both its physical and fis-
cal operations in south Jacksonville Beach- are
still being nailed down.
Organizers are clearly enthused about the proj-
ect., This is an example of neighbors helping
neighbors and a project that promises to ulti-
mately benefit the entire community.

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down the sidewalk with her two
daughters when Kelly started
following them with his
exposed penis in his hand. The
woman pointed him out to
police who found him with his
pants still unzipped.
A firearm was reported dis-
charged April 27 in the 700
block of 4th Avenue South. A
suspect was observed firing four
rounds into the air during a
fight near the basketball courts
south of the Carver Center.
Police found three spent .40 cal-
iber shell casings and one .32
caliber shell casing in the,area.

Grand theft was reported
April 28 in the 200 block of the
Oceanfront North. The manag-
er of a restaurant determined
that the night deposit for
$6,720 was missing. An
employee admitted to taking
the money to pay a gambling
debt. The suspect claimed that
bookies had threatened to kill
him if he didn't take the
money. He returned to the
restaurant with money wired
from his parents. The manager
did not want to press charges
but the employee was fired.

Burglary to a business was
reported on April 21 in the 300
block of Mayport Road, accord-
ing tlo a police report.
Fraudulent use of personal
identity information was
reported on April 21, according
to a police report.
* *
Burglary to a business was
reported on April 22 in the 20
block of Ardella Road, accord-
ing to a police report. Someone
broke into a garage and stole
lawn equipment, according to
the report.

Burglary to conveyance was
reported on April 23 in the 600
block of Ocean Boulevard,
according to a police report.

Burglary to a conveyance was
reported on April 21 at the
intersection of East Coast Drive
and Ahern Street, according to a
police report.

Forgery was reported on April
21 in the 1800 block of Sevilla
Boulevard, according to a police
Lewd and lascivious behavior
was reported on April 25 on
20th Street, according to a
police report. The complainant
told police that the suspect was
masturbating approximately
S100 feet away from her near a
beach access, according to the
* *
Darren Patrick Gavin, 44, was
arrested for possession of
cocaine oil April 25 in the 1200
block of Mayport Road, accord-
ing to a police report. '
* *
Michael Anthony Sturms, 23,
was arrested for aggravated
assault on April 27 in the 90
block of 11th Street, according
to a police report. The suspect
and viictim were arguing and
the suspect pointed a shotgun
at th'e victim; according to the
Grand theft of a motor vehi-
cle was reported on April 27 in
the 900 block of Plaza Drive,
according to a police report.
Fraudulent use of personal
identity information was
Reported on April 27 in the 200

'ing to a police report.

Robert Benjamin Westcott,
37, was arrested for employee
theft on April 28 in the 1400
block of Atlantic Boulevard,
according to police report.

Ryan E. Smith, 21, was arrest-
ed for possession of cocaine and
misdemeanor charges of petit
theft, possession of 20 grams or
less of cannabis and possession
of ~drug paraphernalia on April
28 in the 300 block of Hopkins
Street, according to a police
Aggravated assault was
= '=ored -t knAri innthe
according to a. police report.
The complainant; told police his
neighbor, the suspect, came out
of his residence' and yelled at
him to be quiet and then point-
ed a handgun at his chest,
according to the report.

Criminal mischief was report-
ed on April 27 in the 2800 block
of St. Marc Court, according to
a police report The com-
plainant told police someone
poured paint thinner on his
vehicle, according to the report.
Grand theft was reported on
April 27 in the 100 block of
Alsace Court, according to a
police report.

Burglary to a motor vehicle
was reported on April 27 in the
200 block of Cranes Lake Drive,
according to a police report.

Uttering a forged instrument
was reported on April 25 in the
600 block of A1A N, according
to a police report,

Robbie Joseph Wilson, 21, of
Middleburg, was arrested April
27 and charged with grand
theft in the 300 block of 1st
Street N., according to a police
report. Police responded to a
report of a fight involving sev-
eral males at 2:15 a.m. The sus-
pects fled in different directions
when police arrived. Wilson
was found with the victim's cell
phone in his backpack, police

Armed robbery was reported
April 27 in the 600 block of 3rd
Street Nrtsh eTehe aiti mhor

before 6 p.m. and was
approached by a male suspect..
The man demanded her wallet
and had his hand on .a knife
that was visible from his pocket.
The woman gave the suspect
her wallet and he removed the
$200 and gave it to an
unknown female suspect to
enter the store. Police said the
man attempted to rape the vic-
tim an at unknown location on
2nd Street between 5th and 6th
avenues north. The victim said
the man realized he was not
completing the sexual assault
and fled in a, blue four-door
sedan. He is described as 5'11
with a medium build and a 3--
mnch afro.

Ronald Drew Wilson 18, of
Jacksonville, was arrested April
27 and charged with grand
theft in the 300 block of 1st
Street N., according to a police
report. Police responded to a
report of a fight involving sev-
eral males at 2:15 a.m. The sus-
pects fled in different directions
when police arrived. Wilson
was observed putting the vic-
tim's cell phone in his brother's
backpack, police said.

Jason Woodrow Kelly, 33, a
transient, was arrested Apnil 26
and charged with lewd and las-
civious exhibition on a victim
under 16 and two counts of
misdemeanor exposure of sexu-
al organs in the 100 block of 1st
Street North, according to a
police report. The victim told
police that -she wras walking

Jacksonville Beach police
are seeking a man suspected
of shooting a gun multiple
times at his wife, in front of
the couple's three children,
Sundzaonafternoon at a beach
The woman was struck by at
least two bullets, police said,
but has been released from
the hospital. The children,
ages 5,4 and 2, were not
Levert J. Stewart, 26, is
being sought by police in con-
nection with the attempted
murder of his wife, police
said. They said the shooting
occurred at 5:30 p.m. Sunday
in the 1st Avenue South end.
Stewart is charged with
attempted homicide, child
endangerment, .aggravated
domestic battery and shoot-
ing into an occupied vehicle,
police reported.
Police said the suspect was
with his his wife, three chil-
dren and his brother when
they decided to take the chil-
dren out ontci the beach.
Stewart and his wife began
to argue and, police said, the
suspect exited the vehicle and
approached the driver side
where the victim was seated.
He pulled out a hand gun
and fired multiple times into
the vehicle, striking the vic-
tim at least twice, police said.
The three children were in
the back seat and were not
injured during the shooting.
The brother of the suspect
was also inside the vehicle
and was unhurt.
Police said Stewart .fled the
scene heading northbound on
the sidewalk along the beach.

Porivided by police
L~evert J. Stewart

He was last seen weaning a
multicolored shirt with clist-
tinctivee florescent coloring,
dark knee-length shorts and
Mlrhite Nike shoes with lime
green highlights.
Stewart is a black male
standing 5'11' to 6'O" and
weighs 200 pounds.- His hair is
fashioned in a loose fitting
braid style and he has flumer-
ous, tattoos on his body
including one on the right
side of his neck and one on
the left side.
The suspect should be con-
sidered armed and dangerous,
extreme caution should be
used, police advised.
Any information on the
suspect may be forwarded to
the Jacksonville Beach Pohiee
Department at 270-1667.

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A pesky problem could be
cropping up inl Jacksonville
City code inspectors are
encouraging residents to pur-
chase local firewood to avoid
introducing a destructive bee-
tle that has damaged trees in
other areas of the state.
The Asian Redbay Arnbrosia
Beetle and its associated fungus
are fast killing redbay trees and
Other related trees like sassafras
are also at risk.
This exotic tree-killing, pest
can spread to' new areas
through the movement of

infested wood," said .a notice
posted in the city's Planning
and Development Department
where code violations and tree
removal permits are processed.
"Non-native inspects, dis-
eases and invasive plants are
major threats to our nation's
The Forestry Division of the
state Department of
Agriculture and Consumer
Services asks that citizens not
bring in redbay firewood from
places outside of the Beaches
area. Redbay wood from an
oixtside location that is already
in the area should.be burned

to be included, but Rodney
Margol, who initiated the
project, eliminated them from
the design proposal after
Commissioner Carolyn
Woods mentioned concerns
about them obstructing the
Mayor John Meserve said
that the city should not take
any action until there is a
general consensus among the
residents for a design plan.
"All I'm hearing is a lot of
negative vibes from this or a
lack of understanding of what
it is,'" he said. "I don't think
we can be horse trading with
[different residents regarding
various aspects of the project.]

A beautification project on
Sixth Street in Atlantic Beach
was voted down after several
citizens complained.
A group of neighbors
formed a committee and
requested $2,500 from the
city to landscape the Sixth
Street beach access, but sever-
al residents said they were
opposed to various aspects of
the project.
Resident Don F~ord said that
he did not have a problem
with the concept of beautifi-
cation, but was concerned
that some citizens either did
not know about the project or

were not notified properly, he
said at Monday's meeting.
"Posting and notifying citi-
zens of Sixth Street has been a
problem with this project
from the beginning," he said.
Other citizens had concerns
about obstructing beach views
and that the landscaping
would make the area less
accessible to the public.
One resident, who said he
works with sex offenders,
expressed concern that heavy
foliage and barriers could
make the area less safe.
The proposed plan included
irrigation, Sabal and
Washingtonian Palms, Muhly
grass and Pittisporum.
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degree from St. Vincent de
Paul Regional Seminary in
Boynton Beach, Fla. He
enjoyed a career with the St.
Augustine Catholic Diocese for
15 years. Recently, he was
employed by U.S. Airways in
Philadelphia, Pa., and trans-
ferred back to Jacksonville.
According to his family,
Price touched many people
throughout his life and now he
can rest in peace.
Price was preceded in death
by his mother, Helen. He is
survived by his father, Warren,
and sister, Sandra K. Price, of
Avondale Estates, Ga.
A Memorial Mass will be
celebrated at 11 a.m.
Wednesday, April 30, in St.
Paul's Catholic Church of
Jacksonville Beach with the
Reverend William Kelly as
In lieu of flowers, memorials
may be made to Tree Hill
Nature Center, 7152 Lonestar
Road, Jacksonville, Fla. 32211,
or to your favorite charity.
Services are under the care of
Quinn-Shalz Funeral Home,
Jacksonville Beach.

Telfair Stockton
Rogers Sr.~
Telfair Stockton Rogers Sr.,
born April 24, 1923, died April
22, 2008, after a lengthy -ill-
Rogers was the son of Frank
and Fldrence Telfair Stockton
Rogers and the first grandchild
of Pioneer developer Telfair
Stockton. Rogers served .his
country in the U.S. Marine
Corps and was a decorated vet-
eran in World War II and the
Korean War.
A graduate of the Bolles
School, Rogers attended the
University of Florida,
Princeton University and
Rollins College where he was a
member of The X Club and
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Rogers is survived by his wife
of 35 years, Anita Sanders
Rogers; three children by a pre-
vious marriage, daughter
Pamela Telfair Rogers, and sons
David Dunn Rogers and Telfair
Stockton Rogers Jr.; and grand-
sons Robert Doolittle and
Joseph Lafko.
A private service will be~ held
out of town.
Services under~ the care of
Quinn-Shalz .Funeral Home,
Jacksonville Beach.
Irene Rutkowski

Rutkows ki, ,g
80, died
peacefully at
Mayo Clinic
Hospital. .
She was *
born in
Scranton, Pa.,
June 2, 1927. .-
Rutk owsk i
and her husband, Sylvester,
relocated to Jacksonville Beach
from Bloomfield, N.J., 23 years
Rutkowski was an active
member of the NE Florida
Quilter's Association. She was a
devoted wife, mother and
grandmother who will be
greatly inissed, her family said.
She is survived by her hus-
band of 62 years, Sylvester
Rutkowski; daughters, Nancy
Lampert (Charles) and
Elizabeth Drahman (Thomas);
brother, Edward Jr.; sister,
Joann; and grandchildren,
Justin, Joshua, Jesse, Joel and
Tess. She was predeceased by
her son, Edward Russ.
A private family service will
be held at a later date.
Services are under the care of
Quinn-Shalz Funeral Home,
Jacksonville Beach.

Kenneth L. Tull

Kenneth L. Tull, 77, died
April 26, 2008.
He was born Jan. 30, 1931,
to Alice and Eugene Tull in
Pocomoke City, Md., and
moved to Jacksonville in 1974
from Rhode Island. He retired
from the U.S. Navy after 30
years and worked for The
Beaches Leader and Th~e Mirror
for 10 years.
He was an active member
and past president of Fleet
Reserve Association 290, and
lifelong member of American
Legion #316, NCOA (Non

Commissioned Officers
Association) and the Navy
Family members include his
wife, Cecilie; sons, Robert and
Richard Tull of Jacksonville;
and brothers, Charlie Tull of
North East, Md., and Paul
(Eleanor) Tull of Denver, Colo.
He was predeceased by his par-
ents and son, Michael Tull.
A visitation will be held
from 5 to 7 p.m., Wednesday,
April 30, at Hardage-Giddens
Funeral Home, Jacksonville
Beach. Funeral services will be
lield at 10 a.m. Thursday, May
1, 2008, at the funeral home.
Interment will follow in
Beaches Memorial Park with
Memorial contributions may
be made to Northeast Florida
Community Hospice, 4114
Sunbeam Road, Suite 101,.
Jacksonville, Fla. 32257.

Julius Wurmser

Julius Wurmser, 91, born
Jan. 29, 1917, in Jamacia, N.Y.,
died April 25, 2008, at the
McGraw Hospice Center in
A Pearl Harbor survivor, he
leaves his wife, Doris, two step-
sons, Jann Fralicker and Daler
Fralicker, and four grandchil-
A native of New York, he
moved to Miami in 1957 and
retired from the U.S. Postal
Service in 1982. He then
moved to Jacksonville to be
near his children.
A memorial service is sched-
uled for 6 p.m. Wednesday,
SApril 30, 2008, in the chapel of
the funeral home.
Arrangements are entrusted
to Hardage-Giddens Funeral
Home, Jacksonville Beach.

Graveside services will be
held Thursday, May 1, 2008, at
Beaches Memorial Park, 1500
Main St., Atlantic Beach.
Professional services provid-
ed by First Coast Funeral

Rob rt E. (Bob)
Robert E.
( B ob )
Ferguson, 82,
born May 26,
1925, in St. ,..
Louis, Mo.;
died peace'ful- -
ly at his home .
at 6 p.m. April
26, 2008.
Fer guson
leaves behind his wife,
Barbara, of 58 years, who was
his best friend and the love of
his life, his family said; his two
daughters, Debbie (Bil)
Rentfrow and Lynn (Joe) Petry;
five granddaughters, Janelle,
Teri, Lana, Lacie and Leslie;
five great grandchildren; sister,
Glenda Klein (Branson, Mo.);
and brother-in-law and sister-
in-law, Dick and LaVerne
Moersch (St. Louis).
Ferguson was predeceased by
his mother and father, Clyde
and Edna; step-mother, Opal
Ferguson Moersch; and sister,
Arlene Lloyd.
Ferguson enlisted in the
Navy and was based in the
( Philippines, where he fought
for and served his country dur-
ing World War II. After the
war, Ferguson worked with
NCCI, an actuarial firm that
sets Worker's Compensation
rates for over 40 states, as man-
ager of the Southeast Region
for 39 years.
According to his family, at
the time of his death and for
several weeks preceding, he
was surrounded and comforted
by his devoted family, who
loved him more than words
can express. Together with his
family arid Hospice, the neces-
sary care was provided.to make
his, last days as comfortable
and peaceful as possible, his
family said.
In celebration of Ferguson's
life, a memorial service will be
held Saturday, May 3, at 11
a.m. at the chapel of Quinn-
Shalz Funeral Home,
Jac ksonv'ille -Iah.
immediately followirng tie
memorial service, family and
friends are invited to attend a
reception at the funeral home
in his honor.
The family requests that in
lieu of flowers, donations be
made to Northeast Florida
Community Hospice.
Services under the care of
Quinn-Shalz .Furieral Home,
Jacksonville Beach.

Charles H *
Hamblen Jr. .

Charles H. Hamblen Jr. died
in Jacksonville Ajpril 23, 2008,
at age 91.
An East Tennessee native, he
was, a graduate of Carson-
Newman College, where he
was captain of the basketball
team and president of the
Student Government
He served in the Navy dur-
ing World War II.as an officer
in the South Pacific and
became athletic director and
instructor in political science
at St. Petersburg ]unior College
in Florida inl1946. He did grad-
uate studies at the University
of Florida, where he was
named Phi Kappa Phi, and at
Columbia University as a fel-
low of thel Rockefeller
He served as professor of
political science and in admin-
istrative positions at the
University of Florida; DeKalb
College in Atlanta, .Ga.; and
Central Florida Community
College in Ocala, Fla. In 1963,
he joined the U.S. Office of
Education as Senior Program
Officer in Higher Education in
Washington, D.C., and
Atlanta. From 1991 to 1998, he
anil his wife were members of
the Academy of Senior
Professionals at Eckerd College
in St. Petersburg.
His wife, Mildred Miller
Hamblen, a native of St.
Petersburg, died in June 2005
in Jacksonville. They were
married for 59 years. -

He is survived by a son,
Charles H. Hamblen III of
Jaccksonville, and a brother,
Lyons A. Hamblen of
Hendersonville, N.C.
A memorial will be held at
Hardage-Giddens Funeral
Home, Jacksonville Beach, at
11 a.m. Saturday, May 10,
In lieu of flowers, a gift may
be made to the-Dr. Charles H.
and Mildred M. Hamblen
Endowed Scholarship Fund,
Central Florida Community
College, P.O. Box 1388, Ocala,
Fla. 34478.
Arrangements are entrusted
to Hardage-Giddens Funeral
Home, Jacksonville Beach.

Matthew Ryan

Matthew Ryan Hicks, 24,
died Sunday, April 27, 2008, at
St. Vincent's Medical Center.
Hicks was born Nov. 17,
1983, in Kingsville, Texas. He
moved to the Jacksonville area
in 1985.
Hicks is survived by his par-
ents, Anita Hicks (Rick Waters)
and Ronald Hicks (Brooke); sis-
ter, Michelle ]Edgar (JR);
nephew, Ryan Hicks; niece,
Kianna; grandparents, William
and Joanna Johnson; aunts
and uncles, Bill and Debbie
Johnson, Robert and Doreen
Hicks, Jack and Tina Hicks, and
Nancy and Scott Pitruzzello;
cousins, Michael, Teresa,
Amanda, Heather, Sarah, Brett
and Tony; and his great grand-
mother, Louise Reda.
During his short time here
on1 Earth, Hicks faced numer-
ous medical challenges, his
family said, and through these
challenges he had the opportu-
nity to cross paths and share
time .with many -people.
According to his family, Hicks
made an impact on those who
shared in his journey and left
an impression that: will not be
A family gathering will be
held at Quinn-Shalz Funeral
Home, Jacksonville Beach,
Thursday, May 1, 2008, from 6
to 8 p.m., with a vigil at 7
p.m. The Funeral Mass will be
Friday, May 2, 2008, at St. John
the Baptist Catholic Church,
Atlantic Beach, at 11 a.m.
SMemorial contributions in
honor of Hicks.can be made to
the Tom Coughlin Jay Fund
Foundation, CHILD Cancer
Fund or Dreamhs Come True.
Services ~under the care of
Quinn-Shalz Funeral Home,
Jacksonville Beach.
Robert E. Holland

Robert E. Holland, 76, died
April 13, 2008, at the McGraw
Community Hospice Center
after a lengthy illness.
A native of Beaverton, Ore.,
Holland retired from the
Electrical Division, Panama
Canal Commission, after 31
years of government service.
He then relocated to the
Jacksonville area.
He was predeceased by his
elder son, Gene, and is sur-
vived by his wife, Elizabeth,
and daughter, Dionne, both of
Jacksonville; arid his son
Robert, daughter-in-law,
Maria, and, granddaughter,
Julia, all of Austin, Texas.
In lieu of flowers, a contribu-
tion may be made -in his name
to Northeast Florida
Community Hospice, Anne
and Donald McGraw Center,
4715 Worrall Way,
Jacksonville, Fla. 32224
Services under the care of
Quinn-Shalz Funeral Home,
Jacksonville Beach.

Wa ne Warren

Wa yne
Warren Price,
49, of
died at his
He was born
in Jacksonville
Oct. 15, 1958,
to Helen B.
Price and
Warren W. Price.
Price graduated from Bishop
Kenny High School in 1976.
He continued on tograduate
from the Pontifical College
Josephenium in Columbus,
Ohio, and received a master's

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Anderson, 71,
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sonville, died
April 24, 2008,
at home sur-
rounded by
her family.
Anderson is
survived by her husband,
Charles Thomas Anderson;
son, Mark Edward (Dana)
Anderson; daughter, Lynn
Anderson (Steve) Masciocchi;
and grandsons, Lukas Reno
and Cooper John Masciocchi,
all of the Jacksonville area.
Anderson was predeceased
by her parents, John and
Nettle Murphy of Charles
County, Md.; and sisters, Jean
Harrison of Indian Head, Md.,
and Helen Cooksey -of Rocky
Point, N.C.
She -is also survived by
brothers and sisters, Anna
Lindsay of Lexington Park,
Md.; Irene (Carl) Logan of
Asheville, N.C.; Lois (Donald)
Cooksey of Lexington Park;
Margaret (Bob) Marshall of
Lusby, Md.; John (Betty)
Murphy of La Plata, Md.; and
Edward (Diane) Murphy of
Owings, Md.; as well as moth-
er-in-law Madeline Heisner
Anderson of Lynn Haven, Fla.,
and sister-in-law Frances (Witt)
Anderson Irion of Nashville,
Anderson was one of seven
sisters and two brothers. After
graduation from high school
in 1959, she worked in
Washington, D.C., where she
met her husband with whom
she shared her life for 46 years.
She loved her family and
friends, and was a devoted wife
and mother, her family said. In
addition to taking care of her
family, her family said sh~e was
an avid quilter, and was a
member and past president of
the Coastal Quilters Guild of
Jacksonville Beach. She was a
member of Kindred Spirits and
a past president of The Woods
Garden Club in Jacksonville.
She enjoyed meeting new
people, cooking, reading, and
spending time with lier family,
friends' and pets, her family
r ---raid; and wvill- be-remembered
a's` a loving and devroted wvifp,
mother, grandmother, sister
and friend.
The family will receive
frends W~ednesday, April 30,
from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at
Hardage-Giddens Fuqeral
Home, Jacksonville Beach-
In lieu of flowers, contribu-
tions, may be made to
Northeast Florida Community
Hospice, 4266 Sunbeami Road,
Jacksonville, Fla. 32257-6030,
or the American Cancer
Society, 1430 Prudential Drive,
,Jacksonville, Fla. 32207-8132.
Arrangements entrusted to
Hardage-Giddens Funeral
Home, Jacksonville Beach.

Frederick J

Frederick J. -
Callahan of
Jacksonville, .
formerly of .
Man omet ,

extended ill-
ness. He was
Calla i an
worked for American Greetings
for 30 years as a department
manager. He was a veteran of
World War II; where he
received the Bronze Star. He
was also awarded the Carnegie
Medal in 1947 for saving a
woman from drowning in Fort
Point Channel in Boston.
An avid golfer and lifetime
member of the John Alden
Sportsman's Club, Callahan
enjoyed champiomang the
cause of. the working'class in
many well-written letters to
the editor, his family said. .
The husband of the late
Edith Callahan, he is survived
by his three children, Fred
Callahan Jr. of Manomnet,
Patricia Callahan of Kingsland,
Ga., and Dennis Callahan of
Boston; as well as his two
grandchildren, Ryan Callahan
and Meaghan Callahan; both
pf Manomet,

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Many of the participants in the 2008 Opening of the Beaches
Parade including the Sertoma Club, above, the Red Hat Soci~ety,
left second from top, and The Dancing. Pearl Dance Academy,
third from top, have a pirate theme just in time for the Shrimp
Fest in Fernandina Beach this wee~kend. There were many other
participants including, bottom left, a group of girls representing
the Carver Center in South Pablo Beach danced down 2nd
Street to entertain the crowds lining the parade route.

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After more than nine hours of testing on Saturday, .six,menrcels of the i2008,winter. recruit class were officially inducted into, the American Red,Cr~oss Vslusltper Jify, ,,
Saving Corps in Jacksonville Beich. Shown from left are, bric Bohn, i~nstructor Rick Foster, Anthony Delossantos, Monica :RuggierpowKaity iMiorris, Catifierine .; o n-:
Woodcock, Walley Meskel, assistant instructor Demian Harris and "retired man" Rob Emahiser.

Recruits make grade on Saturday

(Fart nine of a series)

Catherine Woodcock, Walley
Meskel and Monica
Ruggiero, lined tip on the
beach for their final timed
mile run.
Morris, a 1-7-year-old jun-
ior at Providence, High and a
lifeguard in her native South
Africa, was the first recruit
across the line in six rnin-
utes and 44 seconds.
Meskel, a senior at .
Stanton College Prep, and
Delossantos, a junior at
Paxon School for Advanced
Studies, crossed the line .
together at 7:21. Ruggiero,
an 18-year-old waitress with
a degree in culinary arts
from Johnson & Wales
University, called out her
name as she finished in
7:45. .
Bohn, a 19-year-old aspir-
ing firefighter, easily fin-
iShed under the 8--minute
qualifying time.
But Woodcock, a junior
honors student at Nease
High, passed by the skin of
her teeth in 7:58.
Posch wasted no time .
wearing the recruits down
physically for the next hour.
They ran and swam in high
surf, performed numerous



Lined up on the bulk-
six sleep-deprived
recruits with the American
Red Cross Volunteer Life
Saving Corps sang an old
nursery rhyme.

"The worst is yet to come,
the worst is yet to come,
Hi-ho, the dario,
the worst is yet to come."

As the recruits repeated
the customized chorus to
"The Farmer in the Dell,"
members of the Corps'
recruit testing committee
hosed them down with cold
"Wet shoes. Wet shoes,"
quartermaster Thomas
Cassaro said gleefully as he
held the nozzle'
"We do this to make them
Miserablee" lifeguard Bill
Posch added.
A former member of the
U.S. Air Force's elite parares-
cue team, Posch, 26, was in
charge of making t~he final
-day of winter recruit -train-
ing as miserable and
memorable as possible.

Bill Posch (shirtless) drops down with recruits to pound out a final set of push-ups before taking
them on a swim around the Jackslonviille Beach pier to cap the 2008 winter recruit class. Posch
served on the Air Force's elite pararescue team for six years.

Air Force pararescue
jumpers, also known as PJ's,
are billed as the most highly
trained emergency trauma
specialists in the U.S. mili-
tary. Trained as parachutists,
scuba divers and combat
medics, PJ',s undergo some
of the most arduous training

in the military.
Posch, who joined the
Corps as a Fletcher High
junior in 1999, spent six
years as a PJ with the 38th
Rescue Squadron, stationed
at Moody Air Force Base in
W'arner Robins, Ga.
Assisting Posch on "test

Saturday" was former Navy
search-and-rescue swimmer
Rob Emahiser, who joined
the Corps in 1994.
After a round of pushups
in their soaking wet gym
clothes, the recruits, Eric
Bohn, Kaity Morris,
Anthony Delossantos,

While the PGA Tour
players participat-
ing in The Players
Championship will be
focused on their golf game,
Hector Gonzalez, executive
chef at the TPC at Sawgrass
clubhouse, will be focused
on providing meals for-them
and their families during the
tournament, which kicks off
next week at the Stadium
It's not easy for the tour-
ing pros to go out for dinner,
said, Gonzalez, adding, "So

"pretty simple foods."
Family dinners served in
the Champions Room allow
Sthe golfers to relax with
their families after each
round, said Gonzalez, who
previously served as execu-
tive chef at The TPC
Michigan and at prestigious
hotels and private clubs in
Virginia and Michigan.
He became executive chef
at the Sawgrass clubhouse
shortly after it opened last
"I fell very fortunate to be
part of the clubhouse in the
first year," he said.
Gonzalez said it is mean-

ingful for him to work for
the PGrA Tour with its core
values, "We Care, We Lead,
We Learn, We Respect, We
Gonzalez oversees the
entire culinary operation at
the clubhouse and naturally
one of the busiest times of
the year is Players
Championship week.
His 38-member culinary
staff includes chef de cuisine
Morey Anderson and execu-
tive sous chef Cameron

we take care of them right
here. We try to treat them
the best we can."
'Pub 17 and the
Champions Room at the
clubhouse will be set up
exclusively for the golfers
and their families. The chef
said most of the 144 golfers
and their families prefer

Hector Gonzalez, executive chef at the TPC at Sawgrass club-
house, and his staff will prepare meals for PGA Tour players
and their families during The Players Championship.


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Author finds

story in own

back yard

A local author is traveling in
good company via her chil-
dren's story in which the
young characters become
intrigued with flying.
In the brief book, "Magical
Adventures in Your Own
Backyard," Delores Suggs-
Marshall has created an cute
imagirgative yarn wherein the
setting is the back yard at her
grandchildren's home, embel- -
lished by` fairy-attracting bird
For the book, the author
uses the pen name, "Ganma,"
a childlike mispronunciation
of "Grandma," originated by
one of her grandchildren.
"I didn't get an option, "the
author told me. "She called
me that from the time she was
able to talk." The author said
that using it for a nom de
plume was "kind of catchy."
Models for the lead roles in
the story were three of her
grandkids, ages 8, 9, and 10.
STheir,pqursual fj6St paygS.~Veh47%,,
;,-ase~d, r esp~ecti\el \:~ Brea, C m^an i.;
and Kenya. The book is dedi-
cated to all nine of her grand-
"The children's book is

and the adv~entures they
incur," said Suggs-Marshall.
The fairies, being winged
and capable of flight, were
drawn to the bird feeders,
which were also being visited
by hummingbirds. The young-
sters began to interact with
the fairies, and the fantasy
proceeded. The author's' prac-
tice of employing unique
given names continued, as the
fairies were called Takcee,
Goefcee and other equally
novel monikers.
In building the tale, the
author manages to include
some rules for juvenile behav-
ior, e.g., they were allowed to
amuse themselves "...only
when homework and chores
were all done," the author
She also infused some child-
like foibles that so often show
up in the relations among sib-
lings. Iri our interview, she
referred to the coverage in the
book of "...all the bickering
and conniving that goes on
between sisters...." The con-
flict of overdevelopment and
the natural environment is
indicated, too.
The flitting of fairies around
the bird feeders might be con-
sidered symbolic of the situa-
tion. According to the author,
the book will be available
through www.publishameri-
ca.com, and book stores on
May 5,

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Their hair caked in Crisco shortening, five of the six recruits await their final rite of passage: L'The blue plate special."

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arrd quartered
8 ounces tuna packed.in
olive oil, drained and flaked,
orthree-quarters cup
drained, flaked home Cured
tuna olive oil, reserve some
12 fresh basil leaves, cut
into thin chiffonade

In a large bowl combine
the chickpeas, lemon juice,
wine vinegar,
Raisins, macadamia nuts,
. reen onioms,aan hdwies,pe
and stir gently to combine
with spoon. Transfer to plat-
ter and top with hard boiled
eggs and flaked tuna. Drizzle
with some of the reserved oil
from the tuna, garnish even-
ly with the basil and serve

Can also be served over
chopped romaine leaves with
light vinaigrette.
Yield: 6 servings

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A graduate of the Henry
Ford Culinary College pro-
gram, Gonzalez described
himself as an "old school
chef." He learned the tradi-
tional way and according to
him "the classics remain the
However, Gonzalez also
embraces change, and is
enthusiastic about continu-
ing to learn and grow in his
The general public, he
said, is better educated about
food today and more willing
to try new ingredients and
new preparations.
"This is a very exciting
time for anyone in the culi-
nary field," he added.
At home, Gonzalez enjoys
cooking for his family or
cooking with them. He said
he is just as enthusiastic
about dinner at home as he
is for preparing a banquet for
500 guests at the clubhouse.
"I can still get excited
about grocery shopping," he
Choosing the best ingredi-
ents, such as high quality
tomatoes and herbs, and
paying attention to details,
such as making sure bacon is
ree"l foisd is se adifferncoed
enough and those that are
superior, he adds.
Now that The Players is in
May instead of March,
Gonzalez said that he prefers
to offer lighter dishes to the
golfers and their families. He
said fresh fish will be served
every day.
"Mango Salsa can, be used
on a number of different
fish," Gonzalez added.
"I like to sear either
grouper or Florida snapper
seasoned lightly with black-
ening spice until bronze in
color. Your favorite blend is
usually best and topped with
the salsa the fresher the bet-
ter," he said.
He also goes beyond basic
tuna salad with his Tuna and
Chick Pea Salad. This dish is
made with macadamia nuts,
raisins, and fi~esh basil.

The following are recipes
Gonzalez will serve to the PGA
Tour players and their families
during tournament week.

Mango Salsa

3 mangos, small dice
2 small red bell peppers,
one-half red onion,
1 tbs. cilantro, minced
2 t s. ride vinegar
1 tbs. olive oil
S&rP to taste
A mixture of vegetables
that~have been finely diced
or shredded, then cooked
slowly in butter.

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  • "Lifeguards have to deal
    with nausea on the beach."
    At 6:25 a.m., Fosch, wear-
    ing a black hooded sweat-
    shirt from his days as a
    pararescue trainee, entered
    the chilly classroom and
    scolded the recruits for tak-
    ing so long to complete their
    written exam.
    "Are you guys sandbagging
    This test to get a good long
    rest?" Posch said.
    Ruggiero finished the test
    first at 6:26 a.m. Woodcock
    was second at 6:27.
    At 6:30 a.m., the recruits
    were ordered to grab shovels
    and dig a large trench on the
    beach, as the sun rose over
    the ocean.
    E One by one, Posch sum-
    moned them to the station
    .to perform a variety of C=PR
    procedures while being pelt-
    ed with water balloons.
    "We call this.'the storm,' "
    the former pararescue swim-
    mer explained.
    At 7:15 a.m., the recruits
    finished digging a hole large
    enough to bitry a -small car.
    Five minutes later, sweat-
    soaked and sandy, they were
    summoned back to the class-
    room to take their final writ-
    ten exam on the Corps' by-
    As they entered, 1st regis-
    trar T.J. Kline passed out
    more of the disgusting lim-
    burger cheese, which has an
    Sodor of smelly feet.
    As the recruits slumped
    over their tests, Posch hand-
    ed, each a granola bar.
    "Be thankful that we don't
    serve you McDonald's any-
    more," he cracked without a
    "Eat lightly. You'll be! going
    in the water again."
    "Sir," asked Morris. "Can I
    eat this cheese?"
    "Sure," one of the test
    monitors said, "if you want
    Morris did, but her game
    face showed little emotion.
    Ruggiero, shivering while
    taking the by-laws test, was
    Sthe first to finish at 8:01 a.m.
    She scored a class-high 95.
    Bohn, chided earlier by
    Posch for forgetting to bring
    his water bottle to class, was
    showing signs of exhaustion,
    He scored a failing grade of
    60 on th~e by-laws test, for-
    getting to complete an entire
    Kline gave Bohn a second
    chance to retake the test, and
    he passed.
    The recruits, minus Morris,
    who left for detention, fell in
    line on the bulkhead f6r
    more sit-ups. Then they were
    led to the beach for a final
    round of ocean rescues.
    .Behind schedule, Posch
    scraped a paddleboard race
    to the pier so the recruits
    could prepare for their

    Secretly, they may be -
    thinking "the worst is almost
    But they were wrong.
    After their "skits," the
    recruits, still minus Morris,
    lined up on the bulkhead.
    Draped in clean white sheets,
    they attracted a crowd of
    curious onlookers.
    Kline smeared liberal
    amounts of Crisco shorten-
    ing into their hair. Ruggiero's
    new spikey hairdo resembled
    that of Lady Liberty.
    At 11:30 p.m., food was
    Recrtlits were forced to eat
    more nasty food, such as
    chicken breast with a strange
    orange dressing.
    Most threw up, but kept
    Then, the so-called "blue
    plate special" was brought
    out. The mystery food,
    served on paper plates, trig-
    gerd another round of puk-
    "Not on the public, .
    WalleY," instructor Rick
    Foster quipped. .
    "Finish slow or finish fast,
    but finish all of it," veteran
    lifegllard' Matt Duffy added.
    "It's one of thie few things
    seagulls won't eat." ,
    ~At 11:55, Morris returned
    and took her place at the
    food trough.
    "We saved one for yrou,"
    Foster told her. -
    Around noon, Po~sch decid-
    ed the trench the recruits
    dug for more than an hour
    won't be needed~for the
    greased pole fights that his-
    torically cap "test Saturday."
    Instead, two lifeguard
    chairs were dragged to waist-
    deep surf and a galvanized
    pipe was strung between
    Two at the time, the
    recruits climbed onto the
    greased pole for rousing pil-
    low fights.
    After all the recruits took
    turns, Posch led them down
    the beach for one last bit of
    training: a swim around the
    When they emerged from
    the water and were led back
    to the station around 1 p.m.,
    they were greeted with a new

    "The worst is finally done,
    the worst is finally done,
    Hi-ho, Ruggiero, .
    the worst is finally done."

    After more than nine con-
    secutive hours of training,
    lifeguard captain Thom
    Wright, a former instructor,
    told the Corps' six new life-
    guards to remcive their
    recruit signs from around
    their necks.
    "You are now recruit surf-
    men," he added.

    Dave and Amy Pearson of
    Jacksonville announce the
    birth of a son, Colby David
    Pearson, on April 3, 2008, at
    Baptist Medical Center
    He was 7 pounds, 3 ounces
    and was 19.5 inches long.
    Paternal grandparents are
    John and Mariali Pearson of
    Neptune Beach.

    Ruggiero, tabbed the most
    improved recruit midway
    through the three-month
    course, grinned from ear to
    She was the first to receive
    her $90 Corps swimsuit, duf-
    fel bag, decal and key to the
    The night before, all six
    recruits survived~their make-
    or-break pool test at Fletcher
    High School, a defining
    moment in the 12-week-long
    recruit course.
    "The reality hasn't hit me,"
    Ruggiero said Saturday after-
    "I felt like no matter how
    hard it got today, I kept
    telling myself I got through
    pool test. It was hard, but if
    it wasn't, I wouldn't feel this
    good right now. I'm pretty
    Woodcock, who shined on
    written exa~lks but had to
    work on the phyrsical aspects
    of lifegu'arding, was amazed
    she got through it.
    "I wanted it froin day one,-
    `but !Iilever thought I cauld
    get in," the former gynanast
    and cheerleader said. .
    "I just worked at it. Every
    tinie I came to~the station, I
    tried as hard as I could. It
    feels really good to be stand-
    ing here right now."
    Bohn, the oldest of the
    group, said he started prepar-
    ing himself mentally for
    recruit training a month
    before it began on Sunday,
    Jan. 27.
    Bohn grew up with a few
    lifeguards in the Corps, but
    said that hurt him more than
    helped him.
    "They made me work 10
    times harder," he said.
    S"Knowing people in the
    Corps won't get you in. I
    wanted it pretty bad. Words
    can't describe how I feel
    right now."
    Before his six former
    recruits were dismissed'
    Foster, who earned an engi-
    neering degree ~in college and
    works as a project manager
    for a major construction
    firm, gave them a final piece
    of advice.
    "Don't quit asking ques-
    tions," Foster, a member of
    the 1996 winter recruit class,
    "You have a lot to be
    proud of."
    Next week: The 10-part '
    series ends with a look at the
    2008 summer recruit class,
    which meets at 9 a.m.
    Sunday, May 4, for orienta-
    For them, the worst is truly
    yet to cime..

    Cont. from A-8
    sets of pushups and sit-ups
    and even carried one another
    on their backs. .
    "Are you going to slow us
    down all day, Woodcock?"
    Posch yelled.
    "If that's the case, then
    we'll do some more dead-
    weight carries."
    Later, as the recruits did
    "6-inch killer" sit-ups in the
    70-degree surf, Posch gave
    Morris a little extra incen-
    "With the special situation
    we have with you today,
    Morris, you better rise up
    above the rest,"' Posch said.
    The No. 2 singles player on
    her high school tennis team,
    Morris was reluctantly
    excused for a portion of
    Saturday's training so she
    Could serve out three hours
    of detention.
    Around 5:15 a.m., an emer-
    gency buzzer sounded at the
    station, signaling a "night
    .case." For the recruits, still
    dripping with sweat and salt
    wc~ater, the mnosl k rlll me~nt
    more sw-imming In the pitch-
    black ocean. .
    Beyond the quarter-mile-
    long Jacksonville Beach pier,
    six lifeguards served as vic-
    tims, while the recruits
    Grabbed fins and torpedo
    From a lifeguard truck,
    Posch shined a searchlight
    into the ocean to illuminate
    the victims.
    At 5:31 a.m., Ruggiero, a
    competitive surfer, pulled the
    first victim to shore, fol-
    Slowed closely by Meskel and
    At 5:50 a.m., two life-
    guards serving as in'capacitat-
    ed victims were loaded into
    the back of the truck ahd
    transported to the station.
    "You guys are task-saturat-
    ed nOw," Posch told the
    recruiits. "But I want this
    truck hosed down and
    cleaned in the next 10 min-
    At 6 a.m., the recruits, still
    soaking wet, were led to a
    classroom to take their first
    of two final written exams.
    "Fail this test, and it's
    goodbye," said Ca'ssaro, a
    three-year member of the
    Corps with three unassisted
    Before the recruits entered
    the classroom, each was
    handed chunks of limburger
    cheese to put in their -
    mouths and up their nostrils.
    Once known as "the work-
    ing man's lunch," the stinky
    chunks of white cheese have
    a role in recruit training, -
    according to assistant
    instructor Demian Harris.
    "Nasty food has a pur-
    pose," said Harris, the com-
    modore, or elected leader, of
    the 2006 winter recruit class.

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    Joseph Finegan Elementary,
    555 Wonderwood Dr.,
    Atlantic .Beach is holding
    kindergarten registration for
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    Beaches Ch'aj`~iel Schoo~:l ~inf
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    On May 31st and June 1,
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    (Above) First
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    Dudley, Shana
    Dudley, Anne-
    Michael Smith
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    (Left) Second
    Place Group -
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    by Megan
    Sarah Ishii,
    Melanie Payne
    and Victoria

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    (Left) First Place 9-12 Guitar & Piano by
    Amnadeo Lathion.
    (Right) First Place 8 & Under Fish
    Bones by Logan and Ferrin Parson.
    (Above) Second Place 8 & Under -
    Kayley DeLay for her Sea Horse.

    Senators softball season comes to an end


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    This one had to hurt most
    of all.
    After losing to Mandarin
    four times already this season,
    the Fletcher High softball
    team figured it
    had finally
    turned the tide
    with a two-run
    lead heading
    into the bot-
    tom of the sev.
    enth inning of
    last Friday's
    regional semifi-
    But it was
    not to be as
    the host
    Mustangs ral-
    lie fo thee This [lo!
    last at-bats to Worst ..

    dtt:o dow innings, w~
    to defeat for a fiVe OUtS. S
    fifth time this beat a gool
    season, this
    one by a 6-5 we're givin
    count. outs and n
    seemed to be TOutine plal
    coasting with
    a 3-0 lead
    through four --
    'and a half
    innings before Chriis
    Mandarin (25- Sensatos
    2) played
    small ball and
    took advantage of sonie
    Senators mistakes.
    With one out in the~ bottom
    of the fifth, Mustangs batter
    Katy Black bunted down the
    third base line to get aboard.
    Clara Kenldall then laid down -
    another bunt intended as a
    sacrifice but reached 'safely on
    a` throwing error, putting
    Mandarin runners on second
    and third. .
    A sacrifice fly. brought Black
    home to make It 3-i arid
    Michelle hioultrre's triple p~lat-

    ed Kendall. A well-executed
    relay throw from Fletcher out-
    fielder Katie Satterfield to sec-
    ond baseman Bridget Carey to
    catcher Brooke Peaver cut
    dowa Moultrie at the plate as
    she tried to stretch her three-
    base hit into
    an inside-the-
    park home
    That left
    things at 3-2
    and it
    appeared the
    Senators had
    dodged a dis-
    : astrous

    Mna'leadoff batter
    ssjwa th IiP~~tu~start the bot-
    I know in two tom of the
    egave them ~,~~;Fecer
    ;o it's tough' tO stood five
    ,d team when outs from
    victory. But
    Ig them extra Taylor Carter
    ot making the s:,ingel~ute md up
    ys. and moved
    to second on

    tfina Flor~es cora
    head coach Milliken then
    hit a routine
    grounder tO
    short but a throwing error
    allowed Carter to score and
    knot the game at 3-all before a
    ground ball out ended the
    While the Senators could
    have been defatetd by the turn
    of events, players instead
    responded with a rally.
    Amanda Luke reached on an
    error and Sammantha ~,
    M~eenaghan walked on foui
    pitches to put Fletcher runners
    on fust and second with no
    outs. After failing to get a


    Photo by ROB DeANGELO
    Fletcher 1-igh head coach Christina Flores discusses defense with, frort left, catcher' Brooke Peaver, first baseman Madison Harris,
    shortstop Kelly Wilson, second baseman Bridget Carey and pitcher Erin Schuppert after Mandarin tied last Friday's night s regional
    semifinal at 3-all in the bottom of the sixth inning. The Mustangs rallied in the seventh for a 6-5 victory, ending Fletcher's season.

    played resulting iix Mustangs
    on first and third with no
    Kendall stole second, put-
    ting the tying runs in scoring
    position for Kelly, who
    clubbed a two-run double to
    make it 5-all.
    Mioultrie followed with a
    drive to right that sailed over
    Satterfield's head, enabling

    Kelly to score the game-wiin-
    ning run for Mandarin.
    "This [loss] was the worst,"
    said Senators head coach
    Christina Flores. "Not only~
    did we have the lead --- we
    scored two rn~s in thle first -
    and then in the sixth inning '
    we regained the lead with two
    more runs, but they're a very
    good team and TknowY in two

    innings we gave them five
    outs. So it's tough to beat a
    good team when we're giving
    them extra outs and not mak-
    ing the routine plays."
    - Flores also noted that over
    the course of five games this
    season Mustangs batters have
    become very familiar wPith
    Fletcher starting pitcher Erin
    Schuppert, and were able to
    wait for pitches they liked, in
    the latter innings.
    Despite the disappointment
    of losing to Mandanin five
    tinues and seeing their season
    come to an abrupt end, Flores
    hopes in time players will real-
    ize they made great strides
    this spring.
    "We werit farther than we
    have in at least five years," she
    said. "We had a great season.
    We're 20-8, and five of those .
    losses were to the same team.
    And again, some of those were
    one-run ,ballgames.
    "We have to work more on
    focus and getting the routine
    With only two seniors
    (Madiion Harris and Dana
    Deal) on the team, and a
    nucleus of players that are
    involved in travel ball
    throughout the year, Flores
    knows she'll have a potent,
    experienced ballclub in 2009.
    "We have players that have
    been in big games before but
    it just didn't work out for us
    tonight," she said.
    S"Obviously they're upset but
    two things are key: We had a
    great season and we're just
    gOing tO prepare that much
    more for next year. The future
    is bright."

    bunt down, Kelly Wilson? sin-
    gled to load the bases.
    Brooke Peaver followed with
    a two-run single, gwing the
    Senators a 5-3 advantage and
    needing only three outs to
    extend their season.
    In the home half of the sev-
    enth, Black again bunted to
    get on and Kendall: followed
    suit with a bimit that was mis-

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    Senators third baseman Amy Harber awaits the throw as Mandarin's Katy Black slides in~ after advancing, on a sacrifice fly Fridayr in the bottom of the fifth inning in.
    the Region 1-6A softball semifinal. Mustangs head coach Natalie Gonzalez, left,' watches the play.

    Weather was picture-periect
    and the ocean cooperated by
    producing some surfable waves
    Saturday near the lacksonville
    Beach Pier for the Epic/Ozborn
    Surf lam Prolr~m contest.
    Heated competition took
    place in a number of divisions,
    and the evecnt raised money' for
    Jacksonville Habitat for Hu-
    manity. WVinners as follow's:
    Micros (Under 6)
    1. Samantha Embrey
    2. Evan Brickley
    3. Aladdie G~regory

    Menehune (9-11)
    1. Tristan Thompson
    2. Charles W~arrant
    .3. Carlos Embrel

    Boys Shortboard (12-14)
    1. Jonathan Heater
    2. lake M~cCuire
    3. Tristan Thompson

    Jr. Men's Shorthoard (15-17)
    1. iohn Mlasse\
    2. 'Luke \;asiledes

    3. Zach WVeinert

    Men's Shortboard
    1. Jeff \enn
    2. Ry~an \Vatters
    3. Zach \Yeinert

    Men's Masters Shortboard
    1. Jeff V'enn.
    2. Steve M~oore
    3. Buddy Evans

    Men's Legends Shortboard
    1. Joe Roland
    2. Charlev Halek
    3. Mlitch iKauimann

    1. Rob Peterson
    2. Ben Collins
    3. Justin Quintal

    1. Ry~an \Va~ttrs
    2. lonathan Heater
    3. Brett 5taska

    Boys Longboard (13-17)
    1. Cod\ Mc~ill
    2. Christoper Lind

    3. Canon Embrev;

    Men's Longboard
    1. Mlitch Kauimann
    2. Thomas M~atthews
    3. Stephen Cea

    Women's Shortboard
    1. M~allory Turner
    2. Kiavia Durden
    3. Kiayla Beck~mann a

    Pro Longboard
    1. Justin Quintal
    2. Jason \'enn
    37. Scott Holmes

    "~ ":j.-S

    Pro Shortboard
    1. Ev'an Thompson
    2. R\an Briggs
    3 Seth Tilakas



    RIGHT: Evan Thompson gets
    some air dunng a heat of the
    Pro Snortboard competition.
    Thompson won the heat and
    went on to take first place in
    the division.


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    Photo submitted
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    with his very first fish, a small croaker he
    :cal.ght last week on ther~ax: Beac~h Pier. ::

    Photo submitted
    David Moore, right, gets a little help from guide Fred Morrow
    wigh the 43-pound ~black drumhe caught ~recently.


    April 30, 2008

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    fished near the same spot
    the river and caught 54 tr<
    a red, 12 jacks and 24 blue
    Sheila Reynolds used de~
    shrimp in the river to cater
    speckled trout weighing se
    and three-quarters pounds
    Jay McCarter reported a
    catch of four reds, a six-pc
    trout and 10 blues he mac
    the big jetties.
    Buck Gergley, a veteran
    angler aboard the King
    Neptune, caught a pair of
    pound snapper and his lin
    of 10 beeliners last week.
    Jetty guide Fred Morrow~
    his guests Richard Drigger
    .and Hubbard Phipps fishe
    the jetties with live fiddlel
    last Monday and caught e
    sheepshead to seven and '
    half pounds, a 28-inch rec
    and a 31-inch red. .
    Willie Ulmer found his
    in the river near the Bolle:
    School last Friday and cau
    three six-pound drum, a 1
    pound catfish, a red and s
    speckled trout to five and
    half pounds.
    Capt. Jim Bull, John
    Burroughs and Al Wiltshii
    the Renegade last Tuesday
    the jetties caught 15 whiti
    Even though it sounds
    repetitive, remarkable botl
    fishing continues offshore
    Anglers on both the King
    Neptune and Mayport Pril
    worked their tackle hard c
    each trip as they pulled u]
    snapper and grouper weig
    up to 17 pounds, amberja
    and an occasional cobia ir
    40-pound class.
    A typical' day on the Pri
    last week mirrored Saturd;
    catch when they returned
    with 42 snapper, 12 ambe
    jack, two grouper and ple
    of beeliners.
    A typical day on the Kil
    Neptune resembled last
    Friday's catch of 45 snapp
    two mangrove, a pair of
    grouper to 16 pounds, a 4
    pound cobia, a blackfin at
    dozens of sea bass and bec
    Fishing Friday, April 18
    the jetties, Mike Beeckman
    and his dad, George, on tl
    Cop Out caught six slot-sj
    reds and landed three blu
    the 15- to 20-pound rang

    On Sunday, Capt. Dennis
    put his guests Jun Sicango and
    his son Paulo, Lee Bautista and
    his sons Paulo and Franico on
    another bite of bottom fish.
    They caught 10 snapper
    weighing between five and
    eight pounds, a 10-pound ~
    grouper and 20 fat beeliners.
    Earlier in the week, on
    Tuesday, Willie Montgomery .
    and Miles King with Capt.
    Dennis boxed their limit of
    snapper to 12 pounds, four
    grouper to 15 pounds, and
    dozens of sea bass.
    Capt. Chris Rooney, John ~
    and William Goodling and
    Mike Watts fished the T.W.
    bottom last Sunday aboard the
    Driftin' and Dreamin' and iced
    down eight red snapper and
    24 beeliners.
    Jimmy Holt, David Kelly
    and Chad Prince made a blue
    water trip on the Huntin' and
    Fishiin' last week and caught
    nine dolphin to 20 pounds.
    Capt. Harry Graves, his son
    H.B., Jack Ross and Molton
    Smith had an exciting week-
    end trip to the party grounds.
    They checked in with a black-
    fin tuna and five dolphin to
    30 pounds.
    Pier fishing picked up con-
    siderably last week. Cyneron
    Jones, on his very first trip to
    the Jax Beach Pier, caught sev-
    eral whiting and 3-year-old
    Isaiah Smith caught his very
    first fish last Tuesday.
    Larry Finch and his grand-
    son Logan teamed up in last
    week's Extreme Redfish
    Tournament and caught 13
    reds using live mullet, and
    mud minnows. They won
    third place.
    Larry also made several trips
    to ithe surf at Little Talbot
    Island last week and continues
    to catch dozens of whiting
    and pompano.
    George Atelevich finished in
    first place in the Redfish
    Tournament with two reds
    weighing 13.72 pounds.
    Capt. Kirk Waltz on his
    Enterprise last Monday with
    Tom Delcourso and his brothi-
    er reported the yellowmouth
    tiout are hot in the river near
    the south jetties. The party
    caught 51 trout.
    hiT Tiursd~ayn~ en Dfrednick

    Snapper weighing up to 14
    from the party grounds all
    last week. A good mix of
    drum, sheepshead, trout, pom-
    pano, flounder and Spanish
    came over the rail of the
    Jacksonville Beach Pier. Catch
    the tide right, and you can -
    bring home whiting and pom-
    pano from the surf at Little
    Talbot Island
    Lowell Breeding on his PK's
    Mistake with Butch Garvin,
    J.B. and Mike Tandarich
    anchored about 14 miles off..
    shore and pulled up 10 snap-
    per to 14 pounds, two grouper,
    two flounder, a large yellow-
    mouth trout and a 35-pound
    red bass. All the fish were
    caught on dead cigar min-


    Capt. Dennis Young, on his
    Sea Dancer with the George
    Kessler party last Saturday, tied
    up at the Jacksonvrille Marina
    with their limit of snapper to
    ten pounds, three groxiper,
    several flounder and a shark.

    Photos submitted
    ABOVE: Five-year-old Camneron Jones caught these whiting
    from the Jax Beach Pier on his first fishing trip.
    BELOW(: George and Nick Atelevich won the recent Xtreme
    Redfish Tournament with a catch of 13.72 pounds.

    ck The catch was wit-
    n the nessed by Capt. Kirk
    Waltz. Many more
    ncess blues were hooked
    ay's but bit through the
    leader. Addition-ally,
    r- a three-pound
    nty sheepshead and a
    Spanish were
    ng caught.
    Mike also reports
    ler, that on: Friday, April
    11 while fishirqg at
    :3- the jetties, he sawt a
    nd flying fish come out
    ei- of the water, hit one
    of the rocks and
    at -bounce back into
    .n the water.
    he Apparently the fish
    ize was okay, and wasn't
    es in seen again,
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    "offer" from Miami for Jason
    Taylor, who is 33 and won't be
    any younger next season, was
    wise despite what some well-
    coiffed "experts" are saying.
    Why give up so much (future
    draft picks) for an aging star as
    a temporary fix to an ongoing
    Some of the best deals are
    those that are never made.
    As it is, the Jaguars still paid
    a steep price to move up and
    draft Harvey, but there's a big
    difference: Derrick's future is
    still ahead of him while
    Taylor's best days may be
    behind him.
    D'el Rio has repeatedly said
    he's tired of hearing about
    how many times New England
    Patriots QB Tom Brady threw
    against Jacksoliville when the
    teams met in last year's play-
    offs. And Jaguars players
    should be even more weary of
    hearing about it. But they
    committed the crime and
    doing the time of hearing
    about it goes with the territo-
    It's good that the Jaguars'
    shortcomings aren't forgotten.
    If Jacksonville hopes to get to
    th-at pot of gold known as the
    Super Bowl it's going rto be a
    costly trip.
    It's been pointed out that
    that one reason the New York
    Giants could handle the Pats
    so easily while the Jaguars
    seemed out of their league is
    that Jacksonville sacked Brady
    only once. The Giants bagged.
    Tom Terrific five times. *
    New York won, 17-14, for
    one of the biggest upsets in
    Super Bowl history.
    Jacksonville lost, 30-21, and
    did well to keep it that close.
    The big difference is that
    Brady was put out of business
    in the NFL's grandest game..

    be compared to
    Christmas morn when
    the little monsters take inven-
    tory to see if old Santa came
    through with the goodies he
    The Jacksonville Jaguars
    Pleased themselves with what
    they got in defensive end
    Derrick Harvey.
    The Jags were pleased but
    the local media was absolutely
    thrilled silly. Local experts
    haven't been this giddy since
    Jacksonville signed quarterback
    Byron Leftwich, the superstar
    we were told would make the
    public forget Mark Brunell.
    But this draftee is even bet-
    ter. Harvey is a former Florida
    Gator. What can be more glori-
    ous than adding a former
    wearer of the Orange and Blue
    to a happy little family?
    The Jaguars also nabbed
    defensive end Quentin Groves
    of Auburn, who has, reported-
    ly, muscles on top of his mus-
    cles. That's nice, but it doesn't
    compare with getting a Gator,
    Florida coach Urban Meyer,
    Harvey's mentor last season,
    has told close buddy Jack Del
    Rio that Harvey is okay, not
    wanted by the police, FBI or
    CIA, doesn't eat crackers in
    bed, doesn't smoke (Jaguars
    frown on smoking, you know)
    or have other bad habits. So he
    passes the Jaguars character
    Still, you can't be too careful
    these days.
    As~ everyone outside of the
    most remote Eskimo village
    knows by now, Jacksonville
    has been sorely in need of
    good pass-rushers. Even a bad
    pass-rusher would help.
    Enemy quarterbacks get all
    the help they need from

    Photo by ROB DeANGELO
    Florida defensive linenian Derrick Harvey pressures Georgia quarterback Matthew Stafford during
    their game last October. Harvey was the Jacksonville Jaguars top draft choice last Saturday.

    Even the greatest ball-thrower
    can't beat you if you don't let
    him. That's why the Jaguars
    were so determined to find at
    least one head-hunter in this
    Other positions should get
    attention as well as the
    defense, but Del Rio's philoso-
    phy is "first things first."
    Backup quarterback? Sure.
    More depth along the offen-
    sive line? Why not. Attention

    paid to the kicking game?
    We'll keep that in mind.
    But things that ain't broke

    now shouldn't be messed with.
    Fix the pass-rushing now,

    Babe Ruthz Baseball
    Jacksonville Beach Babe
    Ruth Baseballis seeking to
    start a seniors (ages 15-17)
    league to compete with other
    senior leagues in Ponte Vedra,
    Julington Creek, Mayport and
    possibly Fort Caroline.
    Season would run from the
    end of May until the end of
    July and home field would be
    Seabreeze; Elexiierikiry Schoobl. '
    If interested or for more
    information, phone Tom at

    Basketball CampS
    Tommy Hulihan's Beaches
    ,Basketball Camp will take ~
    place at St. Paul's School Jtne
    9 to Julie 13.
    Schedule is 9 a.m. until
    noon for boys and girls enter-
    ing third, fourth~and fifthP ~
    grades. And 1 p.m. until 4
    p.m. for boys entering sixth,
    seventh, eighth and ninth
    grades. Cost is $95.
    An all-girls Middle School
    SBasketball camp at St. Paul'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 more information, visit
    www.beachesbasketball.com or
    phone Tommy Hulihan at

    The Hurricane Junior G~olf
    Tour is hosting the Memorial
    Day Junior Shootout May 25-
    28 at Ponte Vedra Golf and
    Country Club.
    Entry fee is $175 for the
    two-day event. More informa-
    tion is available at hjgt.org.

    The USA Rugby Sothy,
    Championship tournament
    11lltake pacn Saturdapy, April

    and Sunday, April 27 from 10
    a~. until 4 p.m. at Davis Park

    The Jacksonville Rugby
    Football Club will be featured
    in competition. For more
    information contact tourna-
    ment director Boy Gorter at

    Nease High School s Frank
    Dambeck, C.J. Thompson and
    eacekn Coe earre toe bmo ly
    ers to sign with colleges.
    Dambeck, an outside
    linebacker and defensive end'
    will attend Birmingham
    Southern in Alabama.
    Thompson, a receiver,
    signed last Sunday to play
    football and baseball at
    Washington &T Lee University
    in Lexington, Virginia.
    And Cooper, an all-star
    punter and placekicker, signed
    ovr thie weekend to attend
    The signing mean 14 stu-
    dent-athletes from the
    Panthers' 2007 state-runner up

    football squad have signed
    scholarship offers with col-
    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
    is $45 for all six hours.
    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 Julyi 7, 9 and 10
    from 9 a.m. until 11 a.m. Cost
    is $45 for all six hours.
    Beginner Junior Camp III
    scheduled for July 21, 23 and
    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
    .For more information,
    phone Huguenot Tennis
    Center at 247-6221.

    John Tul S~u rf mmp is cel-
    ebrating its 10th year of opera-
    Weekly camps will take
    place from June 2 to July 11.
    Camps feature one certified
    lifesaving instructor for every
    four students.
    SCost is $180 per session and
    includes surfboard.
    Registration may be completed
    online: johntullysurfeamp.com

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    Jaguars' rushers because those
    men are too nice and haven't
    wanted to interfere with the
    other team's passing or run-
    Del Rio seemed to notice
    this too, he and his staff tell
    us. Those eagle-eyes don't miss
    much. So in spite of the
    improvement the team.made
    in 2007 making the playoffs
    and looking like a Super Bowl
    contender for the first time
    Since that guy no one remem-
    bers was president Del Rio is
    determined to make the
    Jaguars a winner even as he
    counts the' gold that D~addy
    Warbucks, er, Wayne Weaver,
    paid him to remain in
    *An old gypsy fortune teller
    said Smiling Jack couldn't get
    to the promised land without
    a pass rusher, meaning a play-
    er who could really stop the
    enemy quarterback.
    Is this Harvey the man who
    can do it, or the same type of
    Harvey Jimmy Stewart's
    Elwood P. Dowd sees down at
    his neighborhood gin den?
    Time will tell.
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    Summer VPK starts June 13
    and ends Aug. 8. Hours are
    8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. The
    Summer Program begins June
    6 and wraps up Aug. 15. Hours
    are 6:30 a.m.-6;30 p.m.
    To register or for informa-
    tion, call 242-9645 or visit
    franklynlearningcenter. comn.

    'Infinity Allstars: Infinity
    Allstars, at 510-1 Mayport
    Road, Atlantic Beach, offers
    competitive cheer and dance
    teams for every age and skill
    level and is registering for its
    2008-2009 season. Parent
    meetings and open houses will
    be held at 6 p.nl. for cheer
    teams April 28 and for dance
    teams May 5.
    Summer camps for kinder-
    garten through 6th grade will
    be held June 16-20 and June
    23-27. Camps run from 9 a.m.-
    5 p.m. each day, with extend-
    ed day available. Activities
    include cheers, dance, games
    and arts &r crafts.
    To register, call 247-1031 or
    visit ~\www~infinityalistars .com.

    St. Paul's Summer Sports :
    Camp: Camp is offered June 2-
    June 25 at St. Paul's Catholic
    Church, 1st Avenue N. at 5th
    Street N., Jacksollville Beach.
    Campers will participate, in
    team sports' and age-appropri-
    ate activities, to include bas-
    ketball, flag football, kick ball
    and tag games. On Fridays,
    campers will have pizza and go
    bowling ~at Beach Bowl. Camp
    dates are June 2-6, June 1'6-20,
    June 23-27, June 30-July 3 [no
    icimp on Ju~ly 41, July 7-11, July
    14-18 and July 21-25 .'Theifee
    ,for each camp is $110, with
    the exception of Jun~e 30-July
    3, when the cost is $90. For
    information, visit www.15each-
    .esbasketball.com or call
    Tommy Hulihan at 349-2611.

    NB Surf Camp: The City of
    Neptune Beach offers NT3 Surf
    Camp 2008 for all beginning
    surfers ages 7-17. --
    NB Surf Camp is scheduled
    Monday-Friday, 8:30-11:30
    a.m., where Florida Boulevard
    meets the ocean. Sessions will
    be heldJune 9-13, June 16-20,
    June 23-27, June 30-July 4 and
    July 7-11.
    Ocean safety, surf fitness.
    and circuit training will be
    practiced at the innovative
    camp, at which healthy~ snacks
    .and :pidfi~tyi iBf'hy)dlation ale
    provided. A goodie bag, t-shirt
    and use-of a beginner's board is
    included in the camp fee' of
    $165 per session.
    For information and regis-
    tration, contact Julie at 246-

    Selva Marina Summer
    Camp: Selva Marina County
    Club offers four two-weeli and
    oliie one-week Tuesday-Fridav .
    summer camps. The sessions
    'are Junie 10-20, June 24-27,
    SJuly 8-18, July 22- Aug. 1 and
    Aug. 5-15.
    Fees for members are $265
    per two-week session and $240
    each for multiple children per
    two-week session. For non-
    members, the pricing, is $325
    per two-week session and $295
    each for mulitple children per
    two-wetek session .
    :The daily schedule includes
    golf from 9-10:30 a.m., tennis
    10':30 a.m.-12 p.m., Iunch and
    activities 12-1 p.m. and super-
    vised swimming and .swim
    activities 1-3 p.m.
    Registration can be accom-
    plished online at www.selva-
    marin~a.com, byr telephone at
    90`4-246-4827 or by fax at 904-

    Sizzlin' Summer Funi The
    annual Summer Tennis Camp,
    open to youngsters ages 6 to
    14, begins June -17 at Ponte
    Vedra Golf &r Country Club
    and runs through August 15.
    The camp is held from 10
    F IT s p.m. Tuesday thr ugh
    adventure. Along with tennis
    instruction, there is golf,
    supervised swimming, arts & '
    crafts...and Popsicle breaks for
    'those really hot days. Camp
    also inchides lunch, giving
    mothers i 1 mmim~e egnup

    today. A $50 deposit is
    required to hold a spot.
    Members' camp costs $205 per
    child per week; non-member
    friends can join for $225 per
    child per week. Single days
    and half days also are avail-

    Call the Ponte Vedra Grolf &
    Country Club Tennis Center to
    reserve camp dates.
    Registration forms are avail-
    able at the Tennis Pro Shop,
    285-6166, Ext. 3-

    Summer Camp
    Summer Camp for ages 8-13
    will be held from 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
    June 16-July 25 at Fletcher
    High School. Extended camp
    hours are 7-9 a.m. anid 3-5:45
    p~m. Activities include swim-

    ming, group sports, games,
    arts and crafts, computers and
    field trips. Call Community
    Education at 247-5923 for

    Sununer Driver Education:
    Summer Driver Education will
    be held at Fletcher High
    School for high school stu-
    dlents .only. Session 2 is June
    20-30 and. Session 3 is July 1-
    10, school days only, from
    7:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
    Registration is $135. Call
    Community Education at 247-
    5923 for information.

    STennis at Huguenot: The
    Jacksonville Beach Tennis
    Center at Huguenot Park;. 218
    16th Ave. S., offers summer
    camps and programs. Beginner
    Junior Camps I and II are held.
    in June, Initermediate Junior
    Camp I and Begifmner Junior
    Camp' III in Juily, and
    ~Inte~rmediate Junior Camp II
    and ~Advir~cedd Junior Camp I
    Sirf Augu'st. The~ hours of each
    are 9-11 a.nt ~All cost $45 for
    six hours and require a $20
    Beginner Junior Camp I runs '
    June- 16, Jun~e 18-19, with June
    20 the makeup day. Beginner
    Jundio Camp lI is held June 23;
    June 25-26, w~ith June 27 the -
    makeup, Intermediate Junior
    Camp I is offered July 7, July 9-
    10, with July 11 the makeup.
    Beginner.Junior Camp III runS
    July 21, July: 23-24, with July
    25 the makeup. Intermediate
    Junior Camp II is held Aug. 4,
    6-7, with Aug. .8 the makeup.
    AidvancedJunior, Camp I is
    offered Aug.' 11, 13-14, with
    Au~g;-45-ther~nakeu p.---:- ^---- :
    SCall 247-622.1 for informa-

    Tommyi Hulihan's. Beatlhes
    Basketball CamP'
    *Tommy Htilihan's Beach~es
    Basketball Cdamp at St. Paul's
    School will be held June 9-13.
    Hodrs are '9 a.m-,12 p.m. for .
    boys and pgirls entering third,
    fourth and fifthh grades., and 1-
    4 p.m. for boys only entering
    sixth, seventh, eighth and
    ninth grades. The cost for
    either is $95.
    *All-Giils Middle School
    Basketball Camp at St. Paul's
    School will be held June 23-27.
    Hours are 4-6:30 p.m. for girls
    entering sixth, seventh, eighth ~
    and ninth grades. The cost is
    iFar~i -'itifriziltion; -, visit
    or call Tommy Huilihan at 349-

    Summer Camps

    Alli ator Farm 5 ring-
    Sum er Camps: Thpe ~St.
    Augustine Alligator Farm
    Zoological 'Par~k hosts~ inlg. ~
    and summer camps. Iping
    camp sessions start March 31,
    and summer camp ~sgssiois
    begin June 23 and run through
    t~he end of summe~r.Thie last
    themed session is .Aug. 11.
    Spring camp dates are March
    31-April 4 and April 21-25.
    Summer camp dates are June
    23-27, June 30-July 4, July7- -
    11, July 14-18, July 31-25, July
    28-~ Alig. 1, Aug. 4-8 and Aug
    11-15. Themed camps provide.
    children .and their: parents
    with lots of choices. Morning
    -and afternoon ~day schedule's
    are available. For information,
    call Molly IEbersold at 824-:
    The St. Augustine Alligatoy
    ;Farm, founded in 1893, is one
    of Florida's. oldest zoological

    Dolphin Fine. Arts Camp:
    Jacksarylle-Urtiversity offers a
    two-week ~Dolphin' Fine' Arts
    Camp. "Circus, Circu"Filjist`e
    held July '7-11~ and "Jungle
    Fever" July 14-18. For informa- ~
    tio or8to egi tor cal 204 -'~
    visit http://arts~tfi'du.
    Campers ages 6-16 are given
    -a chance to experience art,
    theater, darice and music class-
    es at JU. Students can take one
    or two weeks of camp and
    'ae r pfremncde an r

    week. They can stay in the JU
    dorms, have meals included in
    the camp price and learn ~dif-
    ferent arts from professional
    Tuition includes daily lunch,
    classes and rehearsals for a

    finfil performance. The fee is
    $494 for twio weeks, $260 for
    one week. Residential tuition
    includes daily classes and
    rehearsals for the final per-
    formance, dorm room with
    double occupancy and full-
    time supervision, three meals a
    day, access to all JU facilities,
    and weekend and evening out-
    ings and activities. The cost is
    $810 for two weeks, $425 for
    one week.

    Beaches Summer

    Atlantic Beach Summer
    Camp: The City of Atlantic
    Beach Department of
    Recreation holds registration
    for summer camp through
    May 24. Register at the
    Department of Recreation and
    Special Events, Adele Grage
    Community Center, 716
    Ocean Blvd. Children ages 5-
    12 may be registered from
    8:30-11:30 a.m. and 1-4 p.m.
    Monday through Friday at the
    Community Center. For infor-
    mation, call 904-247-5828,
    Camp starts June 16 and fin- ~
    ishes the week before school
    begins. Camp runs from 9:30
    a.m.-4:30 p.m. weekdays at the
    Donner Park and Jordan Park
    Community Centers. The
    camp costs $45 a week per
    child or a $50 one-time fee for
    children who qualify.
    Lunch is included for chil-
    dren attending camp. Each
    child gets a camp T-shirt.
    Anyone interested in attend-
    ing the YMCA camp at the
    Adele Grage Center should
    contact the YMCA at 904-543-
    9622 for information. .

    Beaches Episcopal Summer
    Camp: Beaches Episcopal
    School Summer Camp will be
    held from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. June
    16-20, June 23-27, July 7-11
    and July 14-18 at 1150 5th St.
    - -;-Jaicksonville Beach.~ The
    camp is open to students
    entering kindergarten through
    6th grades :.._.

    9 a.m.-12 p.m., consists of two
    sessions. Afternoon activities
    are from 12:30-3 p~m. The
    total camp program, from 9
    a.m.-3 p.m., costs $190 per
    week. Morning camp only, 9
    a.m.-12 p.m., costs $150.
    Afternoon activities only,
    12:30-3 p.m., costs $80.
    Contact Dallas Skornia`,
    Director of Communications,
    at 246-2466, -ext. 121, or at

    Bud Beech Summer Camp:
    Bud Beech Summer Camp at
    Nease High School is for boys
    and girls ages 6-15. Nine ses-
    sions will be available starting
    June 16. All sessions are held
    Monday through Thursday.
    -Thre are fiv.e camps ~from
    wi\hich to choose: Basketbaill,
    Soccer, Flag Football,
    Dance/Gymnastics and
    A half-day session (9 a.m.-12
    p.m. or 12:30-3 p.m.) costs
    $55. A full-day session (9 a.m.-
    3 p.m.) is $95. Bus transporta-
    tion from several Ponte Vedra
    locations -and an excellent
    lunch program are available.
    Download an application at
    www.budbeech.com, request
    by email at Ibeechjr@com-
    cast.net or phone 904- -

    Cultural Center at Ponte
    Vedra Beach
    *Culinary Camps for ages 6-
    15 will be held June 16-20,
    June 23-27 and July 7-11 at A.
    Chef's Cooking Studio, 145
    Hilden Road, Ponte Vedra
    Beach. Hours fo~r ages 6-9 are 9
    a.m.-12 p.m.; for ages 10-15,
    it's 1-4 p.m-
    Each camp will be taught by
    a professional chef. Campers
    must be free of food allergies.
    The cost to members is
    $225. For non-members, it's
    $275. There's a $15 sibling dis-
    To register, call the Cultural
    Center at 280-0614, ext. 204.
    *Weekly Art Camps will be
    ---eld Jime 23-Aug. 15. Mellow
    D's is held June 23-27, Hodge
    Podge Collage June 3Q-July 3,
    Wild about Anim~als July 7-11,
    ,3-Dimension Invention Jrily
    14-18, Mini Masters Meet
    Modern Art July 21-25,
    Painted Pinatas & Mini

    MKiakn aand cea in uAug. -
    8 and It's All an Act Aug. 11-
    The 4-5-year-old camps run
    9 a.m.-12 p.m., 6-9-year-old
    camps will be held from 9
    ahm.-2 bp.m.1 Allhyoungsters
    sThe cos tonche youngest
    group is $90 for members and
    $110 for non-members. For
    the older crowd, it's $150 and
    $175. June 30-July 3 is a four-
    day camp, the cost of which is,
    for ages 4-5, $75 for member
    and $90 for non-members,
    and for ages 6-9, $125 for
    members and $150 for non-

    To register, call 280-0614,
    ext. 204.

    Franklyn Learning Center:
    Franklyn Learning Center,
    across from Adventure
    Landing at 1851 Beach Blvd.,
    Jacksonville Beach, offers Free
    -Stimmer VPK (Voluntary ~Pre-
    Kindergarten) and a Summer
    Program for Kindergarten-3rd


    The Beaches Leider, ?011(6 Vedr Leader
    ClaSSibieds -
    Scall 249-9033
    Real Estate -.Pets
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    PREMIUM OCEANVIEW, 1BR w/fireplace
    $1050/mo. 1BR $850/mo. Studio
    $750/mo., hardwood, dishwasher. Sec'
    last mth. 553-1354, 859-1301.
    PONTE VEDRA, 1BR/1BA townhome,
    g tiewras~h /d~ryer9 91lu~d~ed; 5 star
    SAWGRASS CC, Northgate, 2BR/2BA,
    210sf. 2 ar g rage mFireplac Wae t

    m dANeI BbElCH odupbee c2BR/1dBA re-
    Center. WDHU. $950/mo. +electric. Water
    included. Avail 5/6/08. Call 610-3838.
    MAYPORT/ ATL Bch., Brick townhome,
    CH&A, WDHU, 2 & ,3BR's, $750 &
    $875/mo. 724-9994, Ashley
    8 BLOCKS to beach, 2BR/1.5BA town-
    home WDHU, tile floors, fenced yard.
    $950/mo. Pets ok w/dep., 887 8th Ave.
    South, (904)608-6678.
    ATLANTIC BEACH: 283 Ahern St., 2
    bl cks R B e n,e a o s foa To&1 nC n -nw

    pets. $900/mo.,$1000 deposit, water, gar-
    bae& sewer included in rent. (904)616-

    Alantn B~each 3/2 2600st, separate ofs
    from beach. $2400/mo. (904)591-6877
    PONTE VERDA, 2BR/2BA, washer/ dryer,
    comm. pool/ tennis. $1350/mo., 338-8697.
    FIND YOUR true beach lifestyle in this
    A~tlantic. Bch. cottage. 1 1/2 blks. to
    ocean. 3BR/2BA, fireplace, screened.
    porch, deck, eat-in kit. 450 Garden Ln.
    $1675/mo. 904-553-3528.
    530 MYRA St. Neptune Beach. 2BR/1BA,
    SCH&A, lan great eg~hborhood,deT

    Call 249-5003. '
    JAX BEACH, 3BR/2BA home, 4 blocks to
    beach, completely renovated, like new'
    super clean, no smoking/ no pets,
    $1500/mo. +deposit, 321-987-0012.
    ATLANTIC BEACH Townhouse. 363
    Aquatic Dr. 3BR/2BA, fenced yard. good
    location. $1050/mo. +deposit. 982-0416.
    PABLO POINT 3BR/ 2BA, ig fenced yard,
    pool, 2000sf, recently remodeled., Avail.
    June 1st. $1590/mo. 463-2845'
    NEPTUNE BEACH, 3BR/2BA w/fireplace
    andd pol w2 car garagear 18C Imo Sinsr
    (904)514-715 0.
    Great townhome, 3BR/3.5BA, 2car, pri-
    vate yard wljacuzzi, coral fireplace, balco-
    nies, deck, 1800+sf, new carpet, traver-
    tine, ceramic tile, s/s appliance's & more.
    $1900/mo, (904)463-0343.
    N.JAX BEACH. 1630sf., 3BR/2BA house
    Spacious, meticulously maintained w/up-
    dates. All appliances, W/D. Near schools.
    baarsge yard /s rniklerusd (o ence) Year
    $675/MO, 2/1, CH&A, WDHU, new carpet,
    cul-de-sac, $1000 deposit, Atlantic Beach,

    PVB, 3/2, 1300sf, garage, quiet street,
    $1350/mo. 315-6558.
    PVB, SOLANO Woods, 3/2, ceramic/
    wood floors, lawn included $1500/mo.
    TDO MGMNT. (904)246-1125.,
    2/1 HOME, off Beach Blvd. Residential/
    Commercial zoning. 12 blocks. from
    beach. $1100/mo. Call.Ted 904-537-7896.
    nTAeNdT rBE HO/very nice h9 e 422

    Ta oTFBRBhEAuCH, narm Mayome Nal
    tors. 855-8988.
    NEPTUNE BEACH, 3BR/2BA, remodeled
    kice,$975/mo. Home Loca ors.

    BEACH LIVING, 2BR, hardwood floors,
    c ose t505s~h90pping. $750/mo. Home Loca-
    NEPTUNE BEACH, 3/2, wood floors,
    1200sf., $1250/mo. .TDO MGMNT.
    3212 ANTIGUA Drive- Ocean Cay Devel-
    opet Bo 3SBh 3d2 Ia gar3 Quse
    891-2136or 254-0122.

    OAK HARBOR, 3/1, fenced backyard.
    Near boat ramp & Mayport. Available 5/1.
    $975/mo. +security, 241-8003.

    ATLANTIC BEACH, newer, beautiful
    3BR/2.5Bhtcrd grodagr, Il800ns. dva lted
    $1595/mo. You'll be moving soon if you
    j anl gJune at (904)994-3608. ReMax
    3BR/2.5BA, in a gated community with
    pool & tennlis. Close.to shopping and a
    short walk to the beach. New 18xi8 tile
    floors in living area. New carpet, new fix-
    tures nd fresh plaint. Fireplace, gahsesed in
    shows lik onew. $1500/go aA ailable now.
    Call Dave (904)962-4884 or Diane

    cators. 855-8988.
    L GhE. Si nyur vnbage Brontprcth ad
    rehabed, fenced yard. $895/mo. 1448
    Palmer' St. Across from Singletons Res-
    taurant. 247-1049 or 608-4325.
    EGRETS GLADE, 3BR/2BA, fenced back-
    yard, 2car garage, cul-de-sac. $1200/mot
    ATLANTIC BEACH, 379 First St. 2 blocks
    to ocean, 1 block from towrl center.
    3BR/2.5BA townhouse. New paint and
    caret t27 pets, Non-smoking. $1800/mo.
    1226 Cape Charles Ave., nice 3BR/2BA,
    family room, ie/1b~e5 em, lar e utility, patio,
    1129 Sebago Ave South, beautiful
    3BR/2BA, new kitchen, new bath, tile/ ber-
    ber, large utility, patio, fence. $1150/mo.,
    lease (904)612-8868.
    PVB, 3BR/2.5BA, 1800sf. townhouse.
    East of A1A in the Fountains, Community
    Pool, Grade A Schools. $1250/mo.
    REMODELED 3BR/ 2BA, 798 Triton Rd.
    $1400/mo. Rent to own. 710-8083 or 824-
    JAX BEACH, 2/2.5 townhome, tile/ carpet,
    garage.. $1290/mo. TDO MGMNT.
    NEPTUNsE sBEACeH-c3be A, 2s ir ga

    W dewoenerov eeH ient CH&A Lr
    backyard. 7 blocks to ocean on quiet cul-
    Sehsoa.s Wal 09rnbike9t $E4e 3r. & High
    PONTE VEDRA Rental -GREAT Place!
    2/2 patio home, new appi, fresh paint,
    vaulted ceiling. Golf course. view & creek.
    (904)838-3920. Avail 5/1. $1500/mo.

    246-6444 x170r 343-0009.
    5AX50B24H983/20/2, pool, fireplaces,

    OeAwKaHAl BOeR, 3a, 1COH&/2oWDd .
    1102 Green Cay Ave. 2493214, 95

    NCE 3BR/2BA, big yard. $1200/mo.
    Home Locators. 855-8988.
    ATLANTIC BCH, 4BR/ 2BA, 405 Royal
    Pls D~r $16 0mo. Rent to own. 710-
    KERNAN/ ATLANTIC, 4BR/2BA, 2000sf.,
    Avail. June. $1395/mo. 616-2429.

    TOWNHOME, 2/1.5, frplc., pool, WDHU,
    $750/mo. plus sec. No smoking/ pets.
    241-8706, 607-9980.
    601 MAIN St., Atlantic Bch, 2BR/1BA, fire-

    2BR 2BAttownhouse w/ den. Energy effi-
    cient, LR, DR, kitchen, skylights, deck,

    H 20d4p N pts 12 Pl .setti 5S~t/mAt

    $2L0N/mo. On~e RBE. 2BB er. 2ed-81al
    1 BLOCK to ocean, very nice 2BR/1BA,
    CH&A, fireplace, WDHU, located at 170
    1st Ave. S., JB. $875/mo. credit check.
    NEPTUNE BCH, near ocean. Nice mod-
    ern well taken care of 2BR Apt. All amen-
    ites, $980/mo. Also 1 BR Apt $775/mo.

    Twnhoue se t n H entr ne

    Short term/.long term. $985/mo., low utility.
    ies. pets ok 607-2794.

    OVER GARAGE aartment. 2BR/ 1BA,
    full furnished (TV included). full cable,
    utilit es included (except gas), -A/C, se-
    cr quiet &5p~rivate 6opet~s S. Jax Bch.

    nue North, Jax Beach, NICE! 1BR/1BA,
    a4ed POOL,dlaund y, smale bPETSnO !
    OLD ATLANTIC Beach, 209 15th St.,
    2BR/1BA, CH&A, 1 block to ocean,
    $900/mo. +sec deposit, ref's. 246-6194,
    1 BLOCK to ocean, 120 1st Ave. S., JB.
    1BR/1BA, CH&A, sunroom, WDHU.
    $695/mo. Credit check. 891-0606,
    172 1 ST Ave. S. 1BR/1BA, CH&A, 1 block
    7900m)89ce~a6%6 credit check, $650/mo.,

    Efficiency, $650/mo. water included. Call
    NEPTUNE BEACH, upstairs, 2BR/1BA,
    large LR/DR, nice kitchen, W/D, dish-
    washer, 1 block to beach. $1100/mo.
    S. JAX BCH, Palms at Marsh Landing.:
    3BR/2BA, 1500sf., gated comm, vaulted
    ceilings, fireplc, hrdwd. firs, upgraded
    ktch ng Db incl,2 poolo ,0/tness, tn i
    Call 514-1298 or 246-0855.

    S @n Uniely I ca e2 nBAr.JT andH M o
    ping in quiet Ponte Vedra Ct. Condomini
    ums. WDHU, CH&A, new carpet and tile.
    No pets. $895/mo. +dep. 249-6150.

    NBEW BNA unurn t.2C /A, d hawa vedr
    washer/ dryer, ofstreet parking.
    $900/mo.+ dep. (904)327-0117/ (904)241-
    LARGE 3BR/2.5BA townhouse, 1400sf.,
    DR, kitchen, decks, ocean view,garage,
    WDHU, CH&A, blinds, carpet, tile-
    $1350/ma. +$1000/dep. NO PETS.
    201 Margaret St. Neptune Beach.
    (904)241-2624. .

    RENOVATED AB bungalow, 3BR/1BA'
    granite counters, acuzziNtb r nk showue
    sell! $134,900. (904)422-6747.

    3/2.5 w/ loft, private patios front & back.
    $577,500. 241-2209.
    2AX BEhACH, completely memodeled,elara e
    pt00e, 2$30395@0, reasonable offers ac
    PONTE VEDRA, Sawygrass, Oak Bridge
    pa k21ike stieg $99,00 ( 2)6 4 455
    hopeyourwellQ yahoo.com
    3BR/2BA, 1400+sf, large lot; owner fi
    nancing available, $250,000. (904)686-
    0068. www.geocities.com/pvb05
    OLD ATLANTIC BEACH, 345 4th St.
    Charming 4+BR/2.5BA, genuine 2123sf
    beach home w/sweet front porch, hard-
    wood floors, fireplace, nicely fenced yard,

    4 streets to Town Center. All on 75'xi50
    Iot. Die Ob20 al inlo~ve C~al for an appt

    3/2.5, 1856sf. Luxury Townhome. Motivat-
    ed Seller $316,900. (800)935-8347 x102.
    AK2SOBNAVIL2L7E BEwCwo, oWnehome
    Code #jax9240.

    4BR/3BA builders custom home'. 2985sf,
    formal office, dining room & master suite,
    beautiful landscaping & pool, Ig scr. Ianal.
    2.5 car gar. Listen to the ocean and walk
    to the beach frorn this quiet cul-de-sdic
    hmei 69we 0 0 */orhod r o m90ney

    5 minutes to Jax Beach, over 1/2 acre,
    150xi90, nice trees, great location. Close
    bould to sih o ssi Ip nerbfinanig W
    reasonable offers considered. Only $3.70
    pr sf. $99,900. (904)993-5853,
    (90d4)993-3803. Owner/Agent.

    ANNUAoLrlN OME na,00.Departont
    9BR/2BA, $140,000. Call (904)993-8424
    for details.
    SAN MARCO traditional 2 story 3/2.5,
    overlooking Lake Marco, 396-9544, 608-
    604 10TH Ave S. 3/2 Remodeled home,
    MLS422305, Located on 2 lots $432K.
    Susan Howell, Watson Realty Corp,
    A LA TIC BE H hea IW, 4B /A

    Owner relocating and must sell. Reduced.
    $209,900. (904)280-2728 ly. msg.
    Search for homes on
    Phyllis Staines, Realtor
    RE/MA Coa~sa SRea Estate
    UPDATED BEACH Home in PVB- Dolphin

    $254,500.. Contact Jaqui Allen, Keller Wil-
    liams Bealty (904)885-3335 for more info.
    5/3 in-ground pool & spa, gated communi-
    ty, close to beaches, concrete block
    constr., $794,500. 241-4447 Help-U-Sell
    Coastal Realty
    JB, 2BR/1.BA, 6 blocks to ocean. All new
    tile & counters, Ig. corner lot. $239K.

    LARGE 180'X50'+ lot w/small 2BR/1BA
    cottage near ICW. 2 ponds, carport and
    porch.71Riolom to build. $110,000.
    (904)5 111.

    3/2, gara e, fenced yard, screened porch'

    hardSemil AR Bautiu uAewer 3/2.5
    townhome. RHeamdwoodd flons el ss? o
    Least/ Purchase
    @ 994-3608
    READY TO 2SAL1E Npt~une Beach ohusne
    4BR/1.5BA on large lot. Large inground
    pool. Investors Welcomel 904-249-3839
    Open house, Saturday May 3, 10am-4pm.
    436 Bowles St.
    FSBO WILL carry with down payment,

    kichen bahrompi a n cpe ,
    Atl. Bch., near Mayport school & Beaches,
    $257,000. Call or appt. (904)699-7623.
    QBUEEN HoAodORmas ie9,0 .82F8
    details: Robert Upchurch (904)238-1808
    The Real Estate Resource.
    FANTASTIC BEACH Cottage selling "As
    I Ur able tofinis henpov tons to 5ithB
    3700sf. w/2 structures, huge master suite,
    11hx2ed0c lfV.atcm theers rise and he
    storage, office, guest apt., pool room or
    shop on double corner lot w/pool and fruit
    trees, just 5 blocks to beach. $629,000.
    Any offer considered (904)655-3494 own-
    er/ agent.
    REDUCED- NB., East of A1A, 3BR/2BA,
    $523,900. 233 Pine. Will co-op. 249-7946
    PV 3/2/1, private, vaulted ceilings, ard~len
    bath, screened patio, walk toeah
    $220,000. 294-5498

    fCoana frdnt 3BR/2 A home 6et at ouw ti
    sftner; on sm kinbgl nopets, arre priva e
    some views of marsh and intracoastal, r -
    1987lyr nvted. $1800/mo. +deposit,
    NEAR NAVY Base, 3BR/2BA, lease op-
    tion. $950/mo. Home Locators. 855-8988.
    ATLANTIC BEACH, 2/2 home, side-by-
    side fridge, ceramic top stove, new dish-
    wahr .ence .yard; oen wit vutted

    SOLANO CAY, PVB, 3BR/2.5BA, Lake
    Ve 2arcgar, 1700st. firep Ice mn te
    rno d01d.N6 ,es s4) 5run5 $1450/mo.
    NEPTUNE BEACH Home $1200/mo.
    3BR/2BA,. Great neighborhood. WDHU
    t19e floors.aPet nDeeao ch' ridge inld

    WOLeFnCdRE KWTDO1NHOOME,52/2.55 ike
    3BR 2BA house, kit., DR, LR, CH/A,
    WDHU, hardwood floors/ carpet, ig. 2 car
    65jo 7h St S. xa Bh2d4 2624.PT.

    rs*, : *:.i ~.. .... ... ..._...._ ..._ ATLANTIC BC;H 2BR/1BA, completely re-
    .-PONfTE VEDRAB1Y THE SFA ESIC4ES MLS# 401674 mio ed, sc onh d$ porWU 7C5H&A,

    5BR/5.5BA4 concrete block construction, 2 master suites, gm-nite JAX BEACH, 636 9th Ave S., 2BR/1.5BA
    kild~lenlcountes, breathtaking lake views &in-ground heated pool ti'O""h&A.$90W/m~o +dnepeosit arCredit

    ~-F~& spa. 65K backup generator. All closing cost paid by seller! cats. 221-5833.
    a.~.~__r g11,799,012~ 285-1800 hMoA OR a4AbNDIeNGan2BHR BA tow -
    S$750/mo., $700 deposit. 1243 Mayport
    MAZACONOS-RVERRON MLS 36666 BR/BA verszed .Landing Dr. 280-2728 Ive message.
    -usto cond, tsa\7\cC~j fO~l~ hla~~hOLI. beatifu rive & ciy \1 BLOCK to beach, 126 8th Ave. S. h Ae. S
    ustm ond, eailod~loos hmchot eatifl ive &ciy btt. 2BR/ 1BA, CH&A, WDHU, no pets.
    xtra parking, storage units E u~ ine I-lockr included. $279,900) 285-1800 $- o: A1 Bb ak tB-6 5 in

    --ri IIIJ'E PIA7AlklLS# 412396 Unbelievable Price. 2B R/'BA~ pets1/m. (9429-38 bict ca.Po
    C~nd. 1473s~fthadwooflors~ganie~freplce.ileJAX BCH townhouse, 2BR/ 1.5BA. 7 7

    i Star amenities with 24/7 nconierge gated parking andl RarA ckS& Oblny nbeeacpai t, sDHU.
    2 MOfrge UnitS included. $232,000 285-1800 $97'"o 4s nt dep. Call for appt. 721-

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    PALENCIAMLS# 356491 Splendid tclac Lcorner | parking for three, WOHU, CH/A.
    ot in the estate section. This lot backs to their Presen\ eu th $1030/mo+ sec. 247-3191.
    ,reathtaking views of the marsh to the Intracoastal. Pauperty is -: ORA& Sd. tudiou t 1 roge kWate c f
    Dated less than 500 ft. from the new boardwalk leading to the~ -eaefush & privay Jute1.5 $725/mo. oCall
    utracoastal. $550,000 285-1800Rik8134.
    PONTE VEDRA, 2BR/ 2BA, 1 car garage,
    new paint & tile floors, .W/D, fireplace,
    vul ed ceil nepos ylig~ht lean 3 .pdated.

    -.All BRICK HOME MLS# 421333 Features 3BR/2BA, split JAX BEACH, 3BR/28A apt, WDHU,
    .plan, spacious Mr~BR w/tray ceiling, separate DR, kitchen w/ 7th6-0mSttNrh$15/o+dpst
    --breakas~ti aresa & bar overlooks great room w/FP, Corian counters, ALNI EC
    110\\ carpet. 520~5,000 285-1800 2BR/2BAATL72A9/ )o N~oADe ost, No
    I'~l ~~sl Application fee. (904)246-6475.
    FEASIDE M~LS# 412881 4BR/2BA, one of the largest !l aniS SOUTH JAX Beach, 202 S. 25th Ave. Lg.
    2BR/iBA, W/D, CH&A, 1.5 blocks to
    lacks to tranquil setting c immunity with beach access, split ,., each. 1yr. lease. $1250/mo. +dep. water
    edroonts, open patio. $365,560 285-1800 included. NS, NP. 247-7909.
    NEPTUNE BEACH, Summer Sands
    Twhoe 325 145f 5aae /

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    1986 FIESTA, 3BR/2BA. OWNER
    SACRIFICE! $6149 OBO. Admiral's Walk.
    (904)285-4459, (904)813-6585.
    3/2, ADMIRAL'S Walk, all new, $2000
    down and $820/mo. 223-5267.

    $20,000 CASH BACK! 2/1 home of
    Beach Blvd, zoned for comm. business. At
    closing buyer will receive' $20,000 cash
    back. Call Stacy (904)716-8813;

    3/2 MH, Admiral's Walk, all new, $820/mo.
    Possible RTO., 223-5267.
    ICW TOWNHOUSE, 3BR/2BA, awesome
    views, 2000sf, garage & balconies.
    $2000/mo.+, (904)249-7802.
    ceramic tile floors, CH&A, laundry room,
    patio, fenced yard, 1 yr. lease, no pets,
    $950/mo. discounted rent, 993-1114-

    23 le nde C,(9 4744B0 6
    WALK TO beach, 208-214 10th Ave. No.,
    nBRI B 3, 8e0c0/m~oolau dry room mn build-
    NEPTUNE BEACH, newly renovated
    2BR/2BA, 3 blocks to ocean. WDHU.
    $850/mo. (90e)742-6423.
    2BR/2BA APARTMENT, 2 biks to ocean,
    CH&A $U00/mo. Call (904)625-1881 or

    $7/o AOCner R,E. ro er. 4 o a 7

    NEPTUNE BEACH, 3B3R/2BA, 1.5 blocks
    to beach. Available mid May. $1350/mo-

    vate lots, Near Mayport Naval Station, no
    dogls, 333-5579.

    1.5 blocks to ocean, studio, 1 & 2BR apts.
    Pool & laundry room, $59'0/mo. & up.
    No dogs. 241-2781 or 237-0552.

    (2n 1R aps, $650/o +eb. ac Effo
    beach, 249-6748.
    Neptune Bch, 2 blocks.to ocean, 3/2.5
    1750sf. WDHU $1800/mo. (904)487~
    NEPTUNE BCH- small furnished 1BR
    apt., 2 blocks from ocean. All utilities in-
    cluded, $790/mo. +sec clep. 247-7910.
    S. JAX BCH
    2 BR APTS
    CH/A, WDHU. East of -1st St. $795-
    $895/mo. 241-RENT, 733-3730.
    LARGE 1 bedroom. Excellent location. 1
    block to ocean. clean. No Pets. $675/mo.
    642-1214 and 241-1219.
    hOe/d il flofncg r bakard -0

    ATLAhNTIC BEACH,rnen rI W 2aBR/1.BA
    $790/ma. +$700/dep. 553 Stewart St.
    280-2728 Iv. msg.
    WALK TO beach, 208-214 10th Ave. No.,
    efficiencies, $550/mo laundry room in
    building. Credit check. No pets. 514-8530.
    ATLANTIC BEACH, 3BR home, fenced

    yar~dP, all applianctow nh uds es2.5

    rage, pool, lawn sentice. Move- in now. 2
    weeks free rent, $1150/mo.+ $800/dep.
    208 Windswept Cir. 655-7361.
    CLOSE TQ base, fresh paint, very clean,
    unfurnished~, 1BR/1BA, CH&A, utilities &
    satellite TV included, laundry on premises,
    $675/mo. (904)247-4221.

    ATLANTIC: BEACH, 1BR/1BA, near
    beach, Will co-op. $175,000. Call
    PVB/ BELLEZA -1BR/1BA w/tile floors,
    exc. view and amenities $128,900.
    VEDRA at Summer House, 2BR/2BA,
    'Granite. Quiet end unit, farthest from A1A.
    Many condo amenities; pool, billiards.
    Near Beach, Golf, Shops.$289K, John
    Beach, 12th floor, luxury 2BR/2BA, ga-
    4 g. $525,000 will co-op. Call (904)476-
    ATLANTIC 'BEACH- Sevilla, 2BR/2BA,
    1st floor, end unit. Gated Community, ap-
    prox. 1400sf., hardwood floors, plantation
    shutters thruout, Newly remodeled kitch-
    en, c ved parking. $222,000.
    (904) 8-1.
    PRICE REDUCED 100K MiraVista in-
    vestor liquidation, 2674sf. w/garage on

    ers Iest rs No rkr lae Bqu
    trade considered*
    1/1 very small condo, huge view.
    $350,000. (904)463-3738.

    AGEe62 r ogo? o n uepdtto 13semour
    mrtn ge p ymen Call ad sees There a

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    The Beaches Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader

    W11D50/3mo (0)t7oo cntr &bech Vacation Home for Rent 4BR/4BA, week.
    ly, monthly, yearly. Call (904)249-8269.

    A ril 30 2008




    priva eR tom~eti Pos cnie vdaillca e
    dat is: >iillyient se fstea er, lenda
    Previous sales experience a plus. Fax
    resume with salary requirement to:
    249-7190. No agencies!
    City of Atlantic Beach. $11.19/hr; 2 ys
    admin. exp. preferred. Must be available
    for approx. 3 night meetings per month on
    3rd Tues. each month at 6:00 p.m. and
    2nd & 4th Wed. each month at 7:00 p.m.
    Aplc tiond nceid chil5/1F4L8 28300
    For more info call (904)247-5820 or visit
    www.coab.us. No smokers or tobacco
    users. Drug testing conducted. EOE.
    PRIVATE SCHOOL bus company needs
    P/T drivers. Please call 246-3085.
    NURSERY ATTENDANT. Loving person
    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.
    PART-TIME Data Entry M-F 9:00- 2:00
    OR 2:00- 7:00 (2 positions). 30-year-old
    consulting company located at Hodges
    Blvd. and JTB is seeking two people to fill
    their Data Entry position. Reliability a
    must! Basic computer skills are required,
    knowledge of Word & Outlook necessary.
    Must be able to accurately input customer
    information into a computerized database
    system. Experience in answering a
    multi-line telephone system is desired
    $7.50-$8.00/hr.. Please email your re-
    sus eto21c~silv@balescompany.com or

    NEED: TYPEWRITER repair. Old, electric
    Royal Desk model. Phone 249-7015.
    HELP WANTED classifications in this
    newspaper are intended to announce gen-
    uine current job openings. No fees may be
    charged to the prospective employee. Ads
    for'self-employment or business-opportu-
    nities appear under the Business Opportu-~
    nities category. Ads which may require
    payment of fees for employment informa-
    tion, guidance o~r irj~ning may appear ull-
    der Job Service Snoulrl 3.1;Help Wanted
    advertiser ask. for a fee or lifthe advertiser
    is offering a product or service rather than
    a lob opening, please notify The Beaches
    Leader, 249-9033.
    DOG WALKER needed afterschool (ap-
    prox. 3pm.). Porite Vedra, off Marlin Rd.,
    $15/wk. 280-3703.

    Lan sevce se ks inrd vidua tn pefr
    overtime available. Crew Leaders wanted.
    Perschel Brothers Services, Inc. 246-

    Of t CURIE tmMa n eanc arno sst.
    pay, good benefits. Chris 221-5259.

    FT{ Pt Sales people needed. Apply at Sea
    Shells & Coral, 230 North Boardwalk. JB.
    POOL SERVICE Tech. Good~ driving re-
    cord. Will train ri ht person. Call Pool
    Pro's. 400-4943. Ask for Aaron.
    Drivers: Act Now! Sign-On Bonus 35-42
    cpm Earn over $1000 weekly Excellent
    Benefits Need COL-A and 3 mos recent
    OTR (800)635-8669.
    ence & reliable Kennel Assistant for busy
    Animal Hospital. Apply within, 28 Corona
    Rd., Ponte Vedra Beach.
    3 Pool Techs needed. Experience prefer-
    red, but will train. Clean driving record.
    401k, health benefits. Please call
    Full-time in our Assisted Uivin Failit aA

    at Fet Ladn euipty aensFOan Fle
    Fax to (904)246-9447; email to.
    Jobk iletlanding.com EOE/ Drug-Free

    Taxi Drivers needed to work Beach and
    Intercoastal areas, at least 23 yrs. old,
    good driving record. Call 249-0360.
    Cedd o s leRl lings, 993-5626. Help-
    employs individuals in a variety of posi-
    tions. For a listing of current opportunities
    please visit us in person at 11 N..3rd St.,
    desonne Ojaxb Idlnet,anor ersi all
    we site www~c~ob.j~obs Drug free work

    DELIVER RVS for pay! Deliver "new" RVs
    to all 48 states-and Canada. Get paid to
    travel! -For. details log ;on to
    www.GoRVing4pay.com .
    CLERICAL POSITION available. Typing,
    diuctatiosnkills o Q bdeos Exel ca oi
    akrud a plus 'Resume to:
    conut@bellsouth.net. Consolidated Utili-
    tes faX (904)249-2277.
    .SOUTHeBE CHrSALON3 hs chair rental

    SMeAL3L AL1FnmAtlartic B ach seeks full-
    and 11pm-7am staff. Please call Gloria at
    249-3233. EOE.
    5:00, M1-F. Jacksonville Beach office.
    Need excellent people skills. Please fax
    resume to 904-246-9008.
    WAITSTAFF. ARE you flexible with hours
    and have a pleasant personality? ATRIA
    SENIOR LIVING is looking for you. We
    are < seeking experienced, full-time
    waitstaff. Apply in person to 14199 WM
    Davis Parkway or phone 294-5744.
    Experienced Line Cooks, Dishwasher, &
    Prep Cooks needed to assist in all aspects
    ofay rnd great ploe t o wh If o
    have tried the rest, come work with the
    best. 285-0139.

    Saturday & Sunday, 16 hour shifts in our
    Assisted Living Facility at a Premiere Re-
    tirement Community Excellent benefits.
    vAdl nc mih nL; Fxito t90 )2n6-
    E47 Demgrail too~b Ws~D etlanding.com
    SOFTWARE SALES: DesertMicro pro-
    vides software for transportation logistics,
    dispatch, and accounting. Since 1987,
    DesertMicro has provided customers
    throughout the country our software to au-
    tomate through route accounting and GPS
    solutions. Prospecting experience a must
    lntghew th rtro P hkl frp vemnstr -

    ing program for learning the sales process
    aln ar eupr nte h at brpiiExpoeriencke sdol
    pendently is required. DesertMicro is a
    leader in this market segment aind offers
    salary plus commission, along with excel-
    ';,nt benfts and 401K Visit ourproducts
    to: sales~desertmicro.net

    BeOm mYNe Dde USACan~dNOveRseaA 19
    $220K yearieBodygfu rds5 8295600$750 a 0g
    www.BodyG uardTrainingU SA.com.
    HAIR & NAILS booth rental. Great new
    salon, 630 S. 3rd St., Jax Bch. $200 per
    week. Call Jimma or Dixie 246-2121.
    FHA/ VA/ Cony full service lender.
    993-5626 Eric Halter.
    HomeSource Lending.
    BEACHES CAR Wash- full time help
    needed, Wages negotiable+ tips. Bariefits
    Avail. Apply in person, 1401 Beach Blvd.

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    FREE KITTENS born on St. Patrick's Day!

    FREKTENS to good homes. Two gray
    and white females, two gray males and
    one white male. weeks old. 241-4344

    POMERANIAN PUPPY, 3mos, friendly &
    sweet. Potty trained. $350- have first shot
    records. 303-8886 Audrey

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

    brin~dlefe aie dg x50BI. hverox fren I .
    Call (301)592-7295.

    EXPERIENCE THE world without leaving
    your home! Become a host family with
    American Intercultural Student Exchange.
    Call (800)SIBLING (1-800-742-5464) or
    vis t our website at www.aise.com.

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

    DIVORCE $275-$350 Covers children'
    etc.- Only one signature required! *Ex-
    cludes govt. feesI Call weekda s
    1(800)462-2000 ext. 600. (8am-6pm) Aa
    Divorce LLC. Established l977.


    The City of Atlantic Beach Code Enforce-
    mnent Board will hold a workshop on
    Allesday, May 13, 2008, at 7:00 p.m., in
    the Commission Chamber at City Hall,
    800 Seminole Road, Atlantic Beach,

    All persons interested are no tified to be
    present at said time and place dard they
    shall be heard. If atperson detide or eaap
    peathany decision a are dmo thn proceed
    ig, and fonr uch purpose may need to
    ensure that a verbatim record of the pro-
    ceedings is made, which record shall in-
    clud the e tioo ban evidence upon
    wic apa t bsd
    In accordance with the American with Dis-
    abilities Act, persons needing a special

    aCit lrk a 4-580 n r t CiyHal 8
    Seminole Road -



    The Board of Appeals for the City of Nep-
    tune Beach, Florida will hold a Public
    Hearing on Wednesday May 21, 2008 at
    6:00 p.m. in the Neptune Beach Municipal
    Building, 116 First Street, to consider the
    following items:
    V08-06: Variance request of Mrs. Nancy
    Amanda Friedline Meeks for the property
    located at 231 North Street to the existing
    Iot size, front, east and west side yards,
    The request is to enclose an existing
    porch on the west side of a non-conform-
    Ing structure.
    V08-07:. Variance request of .Mr. Michael
    Disch for the property located at 118 Mag-
    nolia Street proposing to the existing non-
    conforming south -froht and west side
    yards. Proposing to vary the north rear
    -yard and the floor area ratio.~ The request
    is to build additions to the north and east,
    Ifa per nthcie toe oapealsan td isio

    theproeeing, nd fo h terpos h
    record of the proceedings are made
    evdnc uon hic dtit atpac is toa b
    In accordance with the Americans with
    Disabilities Act and Section 286.26, Flori-
    da Statute, persons with disabilities need-
    ing special accommodation to participate
    i h metn sdhouldhcnont t phe Ciy


    Notice is hereby given that the Planning
    and Development Review Board for the
    City of Neptune Beach will hold a public
    hearing and meeting on Tuesday, May
    20, 2008 at 6:00 p.m. in the Council
    Chambers, 116 First Street, Neptune
    Beach, Florida. The following items are
    on the agenda:

    us toW bek hcupd dl n t E~vanuat n A
    praisal Report (EAR) Board to discuss
    proposed ordinances 2008-05 amending
    section 27-227 (b) (5). This section refers
    to special outdoor sales events.
    If a person decides to appeal any decision
    made by the Board with respect to any
    matter considered at such meeting or
    hearing the person will need a record of
    the proceedings and for such purpose
    may need to ensure that a verbatim record
    of the proceedings is made, which record
    includes the testimony and evidence upon
    which the appeal is to be based.
    In accordance with the Americans, with
    Disabilities Act and Section 286.26, Flori-
    da Statute, persons with disabilities need-
    ing special accommodation to participate
    in this meeting should contact the City
    Clerk's Office no later than 5:00 pm the
    day of the meeting-
    BL 4/30/08


    Nofti rshereb gi nnthatF pruaant tote
    Section 1, art IV of Chapter 83, Laws of
    Foinda 182 ;thh personal pro mrt c nnd
    household goods of:

    Raymond Olson, Jacksonville, B265,5x10,
    futon, mirror, housthold goods,
    William Martin, Atlantic Beach, B258,
    5x15, household goods, misc. boxes..
    Will be sold or otherwise disposed of at
    10:00 AM, Saturday, May 10, 2008 to sat-
    isfy lien(s) for past due rent(s) cost and
    fees. Disposition will take place, at: Pan
    Am lililifi Stora e, 2383 Mayport' Rd., At-
    lantic Beach, FL 32233. Pan Am Mini
    Stor ge reserves the right to reject any
    and a bids and establish minimum bids to
    compensate for all costs.

    AIRLINES ARE Hiring Train for high pay-
    ing Aviation Maintenance Career. FAA ap-
    proved program. Financial aid if qualified.
    nosbt 0 Ta e nt (sitne 8)l -A nation
    NEED A Math Tutor? I tutor up through
    Algebra I. Lyn Broderick, 247-8609.

    f ed in3.wksn Loal joH madint a st
    financing available Classes start nowl
    ENRICHMENT. FL licensed -teacher. Fin-
    ish the year w/confidence. SAT prepara-
    tion, creative writing. Tutor at your home.
    WORKSHOP/ AUDITION for a Young
    Dancers Corps, ages 8-11; Saturday,
    May 31st, 1-4 pm; Ocean Yoga Studio, At-
    lantic Beach; Registration fee $10; Call
    Libby at 521-7097 for more information.
    ATTEND COLLEGE online from horie.
    Medical, business, paralegal, computers,
    criminal justice. Job placement assis-
    tqaune computer available. Fina ci aildif

    P/T LAWNlh,, maintenance, help needed
    0i220-2250 2

    Blvd., Atlantic Beach, FL' 32233; Fax to
    gc4)o2 O ru7;emFi et ob @afle~etland-
    ARE YOU patient, loving, & energetic?
    Then Christ Church at San Pablo needs
    you W need additional nursery staff on
    Snay morning s and for special events.
    Call Leila Quin an at 285-7390 x246 for
    further info-
    Ministry at Beach. Dependable, some exp-
    required. Call 246-2891 for interview.
    PART-TIME FOOD .Prep Person. 20-
    25hrs./ week. Call after 2pm 247-8886.

    washer/dryer, Naoge balcon~y 1400sf.
    Great 88104on 0odg. $70mo. + e-
    PVB 2/2 ground fl unit wiscreened
    porch,'W/D, +frplc, dry cleaning services,
    shuttle service to the beach, onsite fitness
    instructor, poolside bar, monthly cocktail
    parties and MORE!! $850/mo. Doug
    South. 1BR/1BA units, pool, no pets. 1
    parking. sae nuih 2d ftoo cr
    ne painnits% nly r oeled ad db r 3- u
    All new appliances, counters, cabinets
    and floors. $1399/mo. Furnished 1st floor
    unit $1499/mo. Call (904)463-1036
    PVB TOWNHOME. The Fountains,
    3BR/2.5BA, approx 1800sf.. $1175/mo.
    (includes water) Unit has Washer & Dryer.
    Pets a le negoti bl. Plses Cortact
    2/2 C NDO29PV B h, gated w/amenities.

    2124sf; private garage; fitness. ctr; pools.
    Renee h BaoI 90 )2 2-2 21

    (904) 4-6.
    PV, 2 story, 2BR/2.5BA, close to JTB and
    A1A, Cranes Lake. $1200/mo. 223-2210.
    Corporate studio, luxurious furnishings,
    PGA SSpa Laterra, beach and go~lf pnivileg-
    es. Shr/Long term. $200/mo.
    PODNTE VEDRA Be utif~ul RI 2.74t
    W/, frplc., on pond $10mo. (904)72
    SPINNAKER 1BR/1BA. Elegantly furnish-
    ed. Steps to Oce~an. Garage, Avail 4/1-
    $1600/mo. 708-40 -
    issV'iBI BL9LE4 8-3 I 1BA, 2nd floor

    TERM! Tot fll rennovatedl Mar h Landing
    -r -LB" B nom AI.c~ furlnranga

    S. JA B. 2BR, ful funshd oe.

    fww rta ksovleac h y2 1

    ROOMMATE TO share 2/2, Villas at
    Marsh Landing. WID, pool, hottub, gated
    community. $650/mo. includes utilities/ ca-
    ble. (904)305-3787. .
    ROOM IN house in PV. Community has
    pool and tennis courts. House is
    3R/n2B Ultilities, Ianr and high sp

    .ROOMMATE FOR 3BR/2BA, Jax Beach.
    $550/mo '+deposit, includes utilities
    MALE 24, sports minded, wants room-
    rnate to sna V rg ap. near a Lban -

    $400/mo. +utilities- (elec, cable, internet,
    water, approx $100). Use-of 42" plasma
    TV, play station II, pool, exercise room,
    tennis. Call Randy (904)472-1299 leave

    Large furnished room w/ bath. All ameni-
    ties, $150/ week. 803-6560.
    JAX BEACH, 1.bedroom w/private bath.
    $500/mo.. Walk to beach. (904)237-4354.

    3BR/2BA, OCEAN Forest, JB. 2100sf.,
    ell gae, tni o wood flo rs, lur etu .
    $1350/mo. (904)881-8590
    N.JAX BCH, 3/1+ office. Newly remod-
    eled, storage shed, fenced backyard.
    Great neighborhood. $1200/mo. 241-
    ATL. BCH. 755 Plaza, 3/1, 1200sf. Pet
    Friendly, $975/mo +dep. 234-6878.
    LG 3BR/2BA age f cd yard. 912
    Penman RdA, g1aT00eroen nt to own.
    710-8083or 824-6813
    fireplace, 2 car garage, fenced yard,
    lawn service. Unfurnished. $1190/mo.
    BIG 4BR/2BA brick house, shade trees,
    nice home. $950/mo. Home Locators-
    4-BLOCKS TO Ocean. 1BR/1BA, all tile.
    $699/mo.+ deposit. 405 Lower 8th Ave
    South. 534-2120.

    CAHXA.B ese refer nces rered. 28B 4
    Ave. South. $1195/mo. (904)221-4134

    $1450/mo. +deposit. Will consider small
    pet. Please call 904-465-7186-
    CUTE AND Cozy, Beach living, 1BR,
    $500/mo. Home Locators, 855-8988.
    MAYPORT AREA, 4BR/2BA, large Florida
    room, W/D included, enclosed patio. 2460
    Montreal St., $1300/mo. +deposit,
    6 month lease. 710-6896.
    PVB- DOLPHIN Cove 3BR/2BA, w/great
    room & garage. Large fenced backyard,
    patio. On cul-de-sac, newly renovated,
    $1340 00.3 01ep 1vaillable mid May'

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

    2BR2A grag J$185 /m. Clu

    PALMS @ Marsh Landing, 1BR/1BA'
    gte sc m0/unity,8 -allmenities, pools,
    2BR/2BA CONDO, Jax Beach, 1250sf.,
    1 car garage. $1100/mto. (904)318-9194.
    1BR/1BA in The Grand Reserve,. near
    UNF/ Beaches. W/D included; Vaulted
    ceiling; FdPeGolf course side/hview. Ameni-

    vleball Oaktala tennis cou ts.
    1803 Challenger Court West. Large
    2BR/2BA, loft, tile/ berber, courtyard,
    $895/mo., Iease, 904-612-8868-

    in patio deck, 5 10 minutes from beach-
    es. www.geocities.com/pvb05/page2.html
    $1200/mo (904)686-0068.
    $P8V9 /mBR .BnA TH9 ) '3clea nM nice.
    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.
    PVB, SUMMEoRHO SE, 1BR/1aBA jak -
    $775/mo. (904)422-2401.

    Notice is hereby given that a regular meet-
    ing of the City Council of the City of Nep.
    tune Beach, Florida, will be held on Mon-
    day,t; May 5, 2008, at 6:00 p.m., in the City
    HalCouncil Chambers, 116 First Street,
    Neptune Beach, Florida.
    If a person decides to appeal any decision
    ma e by the City Council with respect to
    any matter considered at any meeting
    uhpeprnsosn may nee ca reodeofs h
    person may need to ensure that a verba-
    tim record of the proceedings is made,
    which record includes the testimony and
    eidednce upon which the appeal is to be

    In accordance with the Americans with
    Disabilities Act and Section 286.26, Flori-
    da Statute, persons with disabilities need-
    ,ing special accommodation to participate
    in this meeting should contact the City
    Clerk's Office no later than 5:00 P.M., the
    day of the meeting.
    Lisa Volpe, CMC
    City Clerk
    BL 4/30/08

    Verizon Wireless Personal Comtnunica-
    tions LP is proposing to construct a tele-
    communications tower at Spring Ham.
    mock Road (Parcel No. 159741-0030), in
    Jacksonville, Duval County, FL at Latitude
    N30-29-09.8, Longitude W81-30-46.3.
    The twerdis p~r ose toVb za MnM r
    seeks comments from all iriterested per-
    sons ons th maidt oftetwer one a
    ,ectr i~gnificahaain noAmeic nhitryrgoar h -
    ture, that are8 listed or eligible for listihg in
    the National Register of Historic` Places.
    Specific information about the. project, in-
    cluding the historic preservation reviews
    that Verizon Wireless is conducting pur-
    suant to the rules of the Federal Commu-
    nications Commission (47 C.F.R. Sections
    i.1307(4)) and the Advisory Council on
    Historic Preservation (36 C.F.R. Part 800)
    will be made available to interested per-
    sons who request the~information from the
    contact below. All questions, commeilts,
    and correspondence should be directed to
    Virginia Janssen, Pnincipal Archaeologist,
    3D~y ami k trr u etAsso iates,7 In .
    Secl06@ DynamicEnvironmental.com by
    BL 4/23,4/30/08.


    The Planning Commission for the' City of
    Jacksonville Beach, Florida will meet and
    hold a public hearing on Monday, May 12,

    PC #12-08 Conditional Use approval for
    existing outdoor restaurant seating (trans
    fer of ownership) in a Commercial general:
    C-2 zoning district, pursuant to Section
    34-343 (d) 14) of the Jacksonville Beach
    Land Deve opment Code. The property is
    located at 1266 Beach Boulevard (Twisted
    The above referenced application is avail-
    able for review in the office of the Planning
    and Development Department, City Hall,
    11 North 3rd Street, during normal busi-
    ness hours (M-F, 8am-5pm)-

    Cit ng aCksosmso Bneach

    If a person decides to appeal any decision
    by the Planning Commission with respect
    to any matter considered at aly nieetirig,
    such person may need, a record of~the
    poceed n ,n andd tior such tuh ose, rch

    Anyone who wses to esprea shold surba-
    tmt theoreqes to the proecodings secrdeta
    priohr tor th einning of the meetings. ai
    eIdn accordnc whith the Ampericas wth b
    Disability is Anct rand Setion 28626 For i-
    dae anthi ml nd oa condyr thm

    no ltr than 5:00s pm one the oday precred-
    pro otebgning o the meeting.
    BL/3/0 acodnewt h mrcisw


    ROOM FOR RENT, private bath & en-
    trance. $380/mo. Responsible, Non
    smoker. 247-2818.

    JAX BEACH, 711 S. 3rd Street. Single
    room office, $375/mo. TOO Management,,
    Prime class-A space for lease. On Isabella
    Blvd. Walk to Starbucks in S. Jax Beach.
    1230st. Below market rate. 5% Broker
    Commission. 910-2256. .
    PABLO STATION, 9000sf retail professio-
    nal, corner Beach Blvd & San Pablo Rd-
    7 offices, conference room, kitchen. Will
    sub-divide. 3yr lease. 333-5608.
    RETAIL PROFESSIONAL Space, 3600sf.,
    shared electric, corner of Beach Blvd. and
    San Pablo Rd. in established retail center
    333-5608. ~
    OFFICE SPACE foshrentd sa ed r ce -
    area. Ca nnr lize beach s location behind
    Harry's Seafood Restaurant, 401 9th Ave.
    N. 247-3777.

    GRANDCGAY, 2/2, gated, amenities, view,
    h~arddw od, new carpet, garage $1350 /m
    sandysouiO carolina. rr. com
    CONVENIENT TO UNF, 2/2 w/gar
    $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=
    $1050/mo. all amenities! Upscale 3/2 w/
    bonus room, gated, w/garage at JTB &
    A1A, $1800. Large 4/3.5 w/ fenced yard,
    St. Johns Co. Schools, Walden Trace,
    $1950/mo. Neptune Beach, marsh front,
    2/1.5, fenced yard $950/mo. Florida
    Coastal Realty 249-7676 (2).
    OCEAN FRONT, Jax Beach, 3BR/2BA,
    newer, pool, no pets, garage, year lease,
    $2400/mo. Avail 6/1 Call 904-463-2006.
    ground floor w/garage, beach access/
    handicap access. All new appliances in-
    cluding washer/ dryer, pool, gym,
    $500/m. Avil ow Approved pets wel-

    PONTE VEDRA Furnished 2BR/2BA con-
    do, 2nd floor. Gated. $1100/mo.
    Available TPC week. 273-1256.
    LOVE THE BEACH? Located in presti-
    giouus Ponte Vedral Sawgrass, Beach
    ClbVilla, just steps to ocean, Furnished
    efficiency wihWID. Short term/ Long
    term. 242-0411.
    PVB, SUMMER HOUSE, 2BR/2BA, fit-
    /mspols -5t nis, beach, more,
    PVB. 2BR/2BA, w/fireplace, new applian-
    ces, washer/ dryer, many amenities.
    $950/mo. 472-0914.

    2SR/BA, ardM hd floos ,ig nite n rs
    view, $1000/mo. 904-613-7605.

    Blrbeer cat nwniapcpliuances, I/D z -
    tanning, beautiful fitness center, club-
    house. Must see. $1195/mo. (904)993-
    JAX BEACH South, 811 S. 1st St. .
    2BR/1BA, remodeled 1st floor duplex, un-
    furnished, 100 ft. from ocean. Pool,
    CH&A, WDHU. No pets, 1 parking space.
    $999/mo. +$1000/security deposit.


    AppointfmentS are aVailable
    by alli ng


    OFFICE WITH Warehouse, 2400sf. Near
    Philips & 9A, 2 executive offices/ Admin
    area/ conference rm /warehse $1800/mo.

    The Beaches Leader/ te Vedra Leader

    PVB, 2BR/2BA, gated, fireplace, ground NICE, CLEAN 3BR/2BA. $400/mo. +utilit-
    floor, $1050/mo., Call 864-2440. ies Call 334-6266.

    3. ,. r

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    TOWNHOME JAX Bch, 2BR/1.5BA, pri- sss~an Brsna~
    vate fenced patio, 1 1/2 blocks to beach. FREE CATS and Kittens to approved
    $1200/mo. 821-4744. Pets OK. homes. Call 242-0224.

    April 30, 2008

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    Memorial Health Is pleaded to welome Kenneth
    Hitz, M\.D. to Sandcastle Famnilyl Medremne. Dr. Hitz
    ,,all be accepting newv patients. as well as serving
    existing patients of Gary Winfield, M D. Dr. W held
    retired In lte Januiary.


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    630 Jac sonvil Drive,
    Jacksonville Beach, FL 32250

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    . aon (Sln Rd *f Al A)

    SATURDAY 9-1, Jumbo yard sale- too
    much to list. 4020 Eunice Rd. (1sle of
    Palms, off Beach Blvd).
    YARD SALE, Church Fund Raiser Satur-
    day May 3rd, 8AM-1PM, Calvary Angli-
    ca eC hd'h3044 San Pablo Rd. (North

    1991 CORRECT Craft Sports Nautique.
    New upholstery & carpet, runs great, wake
    board tower & racks w/ trailer, $11,500.
    BOAT SLIP For Rent, Harbortown Marina,
    40', $450/mo. 463-2845.
    BOAT STORAGE in PV. Visit

    k9 hCnOhLoEMsAhNw r eppCsamper.IeAd
    6 30rb~ut usable as is. $1200 OBO.

    1996 FORD F150 XLT, automatic, loaded,
    aC kto pr, dual ia ertankls, tr~a ler hith
    One owner. $4800. 246-2696.

    SAe.UFuRn ture, miscn ho sehlhdl, etsceoa

    YARD SALE Oak Harbor, 1141 Panuco
    Ave. N., Friday 8:30am-4:30pm, Saturday'
    8:30am-2pm. Little of something for all
    Linkside. Seminole Rd. to 11th St. right on
    Linkside Dr. Saturday, 5/3, 8am-11am.

    The Nearly New Shop, the "only" thrift
    store located on Mayport Naval
    Base,open to retired & civilians with base
    access, has MOVED from Building #27.
    709A & 709B EVERGLADES CT.
    Join us for our ribbon cutting ceremony,
    befr shmntvs &W fce paint ng. (Supmpo te
    Ma p rt Chapter #20, A non-profit organi-

    Saturday ,May 3rd, 8am-2pmn. Located on
    A1A, 1/4 mile north of Mickler Rd.
    FIDDLERS MARSH Community Sale!
    Saturday, 5/3 8am-? Turn east into
    Atonudrn ~r ostCircl bt F ddlers Has

    LOeIN sc CH MEH ce r e yaB Ae

    OPENINGS FOR 1 & 2 year olds, PT/ FT,
    Gold Seal. Beaches Academy, 246-3885.

    CAREGIVER (CNA) Available now for
    Beaches and Southside. Flexible, kind,

    IF OU arnt rete n la vertising under
    this catego fiple sbed eal9s 49-9033 or

    CARE FOR your love ones, light house-
    keeg mals included. Tues, Wed., and
    Thursday. C1(904)24-39 Zri
    CNA/ COMPANION, 17 yrs. experience,
    Will consider live-in. Please call between
    9am-3pm. Ask for Ms. Jones. 356-8932.

    TREE UCGE oag P~alms. $100ea. You

    KEEP COsO$1 9a00Ka kthPoHI! Pmen s
    Wanted Be a Demo Homesite $ Save
    Thousands $. Lifetime Warranty.
    TPC TICKETS, 3 weekly badges, 1 weec-
    ly on-site parking. 273-0464-
    tEASY Uwite t n, inlu~di~g sides & ex

    LAWN MOWER, brand new. Cub Cadet,
    sefprOpell~ed; yr warranty. Cost $300,
    BOAT COVER for 17' or 18' flats boat that
    has poling platform, trolling rootor & cast-
    ing platform. Less than lyr. old. Cost $850
    new. Only $100. 246-4104.

    Mriia oi MA~i tns, signed g600
    (90 )993-8424, collectors.

    at/T AsstaRt ExS pre errd, btA no re
    quired. Must be energetic, personable, &
    hardworking. Apply in person at 1210 N.
    3rd St., Jax Bch.
    SMALL ENGINE Mechanic needed in
    Ponte Vedra area. Call 285-0960.
    trim, must have tools and transportation.
    Call Kevin (904)339-4276.

    Must drive & have car. 732-2926.
    SHIPYARD WORKERS (skilled, all types)
    willing to travel, stevedoring workers for
    local worker, construction personnel (skil-
    led and unskilled). (904)726-5661.
    To pa, insurance & benefits. ICW area
    22O-2012. Baymeadows area 519-0004.
    JA KSONrV@IEorBpEArCm co r tah%

    Cffp shop23e5m Oahoo.coesm e o:
    TAXIrl)RI dRS Wa~nted la 9doving re-

    LIQUOR STORE Clerk, Bartender, Door
    Person, Mukt nbe abe toliwork da s

    mgshs druw test adabackgrounds check.
    Call Robert @ 465-0149.
    diate assignments dawork lhotse tohm
    Call 1-800-HomeCare or apply at:
    wwwTIn-HEmS SECcoAmLST. Atria Senior
    Living is seeking an experienced, energet-
    ic Activities Specialist for memory care
    residents. Please apply in person at
    14199 WM Day s Pkwy. or fax resume to
    Beaches dental team wants experienced
    des renteo ru fota oice Ex ea eancwd
    PracticeWorks preferred. We value people
    whs prae s in s ttie iry anhd all th
    9999 or Dr. Soud after hours at 571-9486.
    COLONIAL LIFE seeks an entrepreneuri-

    expe c to Ibew cme Dstrict mageeT
    A Life/ Health license is ~required. This op-
    portunity brings with it substantial earning
    potential. Please contact: meredith.brew-
    er@coloniallife.com or call (904)424-5697*
    Looking for a take charge person to man-
    age a growing portfolio of properties in the
    Br cheh o Pn Mos rhavena CSA lice se
    commission & benefits. FaxResume to
    PRESSURE WASHER, no e perience
    necessary. $8/hr to start, up to $15/hr in
    1st year. CALL AFTER 6PM, 994-0045.
    DATA ENTRY Operator needed for West
    Beaches Financial Co. FIT, excellent ben-
    da dwellb t iam .com resm fax to
    RN/ LPN for pediatric office. Exp. neces-
    sary. Phone triage, shots & front desk du-
    ties. Fax resume: (904)241-9006.
    TRAINERS FOR day program. Work
    w/adults who have M.R./D.D. M-F, 8am-
    4pm, Apply 321 Penman Rd., Jax Beach'
    249-8556. EOE/ DFWP

    j' '111100
    IGarden Inn*
    Are y-ou motivated
    to succeed? Then join us as:
    . ASSIStant General
    Man ge
    Catch the brilliant opportunity
    to be part ol an
    award-aspiring teamn.
    45 PGA Tour Bhd..--
    Ponte Pedra. FLO,, ~ '
    Fax: (9043) 280-1544

    $3900 RB Cl om 3 9 393

    2001 MERCURY Sable LS SW, white,
    leather, 3rd seat, 80K, $5000. ($1200 be-
    low wholesale), 221-8699.
    93 YEAR OLD selling 1998 Mercury Sable
    GSc Frd L, 34b3)00 cigina mle sc Kept

    t upped oo$5 00, f rm. Ia dD gthu

    RiEaCEP ION an cANBIPablo AnimaleHsos
    with aniimat and computer experience re-
    quired. Apply in person. 221-6783.
    BUSY ANIMAL clinic looking for a part-
    time or full-time Receptionist, experience
    helpful but not required. Apply in person at
    Atlantic East Pet Center, 519 Atlantic
    Blvd, Atl. Bch.

    rbe tomflo inta cstnomerorders frobe
    placement through delivery. Must be able
    to keep accurate records, provide price
    quotes, ship dates & back order informa-
    tion. Troubleshoot customer problems with
    established guidelines. Act as liaison be-
    tween customer and various reps. Must be
    detail oriented, personable and work with
    mm., supervision. competitive salary, ben-
    fts tc @4 1K.m Send .resume to con-

    FROT c iSWaOafc eMoanabTr w/bBusy
    fits. Fax resume to: 285-4663.
    SEEKING STYLIST, Esthetician, Massage
    Therapist & Nail Technician for busy Day
    Spal Salon in Jax Bch. Must be people
    person. Please apply 5n p~eh nnattrCasa~n-
    FULL TIME window cleaner needed.
    Clean drien r eco aon mict ymail re-

    MECHANICS: UP to $20,000 bonus. Keep
    the Army National Guard Rolling. Fix
    Humvees, Strykers, etc. Expand your
    skills throu h career training. Be a soldier.
    1-800-GO GUARD.com/mechanics.

    :" ..;-- '- ..... : ..:r:~ar.~SII(~:*l rlilh~r ~i:~i

    offering jobs. They are offering job-relatect
    services and may charge fees. Readers
    are advised to exercise caution before giv-
    ing credit card information over the phone
    without knowing what specific product or
    service they will receive

    SALON FOR Sale. Beaches area. $25K
    OBO. 881-0312.
    ALL CASH CANDY ROUTE Do you earn
    $800 in a day? 30 Local Machines and
    Candy $9,995. (888)629-9968
    dBO200 033. Call us: We will not be un-
    derso .

    WARNINGi: WHILE this newspaper does
    not knowingly accept business opportunity
    ads which require you to. pay a fee to get
    information or that refer you to 976-or 900-
    phone numbers which will result in sub-
    stantial charges to your phone bill, the
    newsape icannhotc gu nte th validity
    vertiser requires you to incur phone serv-
    ice charges orspay a fee to learn the ma.
    ture of the opportunity, please report it: to
    The Bei.:r.E Leader, 249-9033.
    SEE lrI;G..rnNDOR Rdr rsB es Caft

    a~ure Maijl pogee de Leon Mall, V lusia
    Mall61 F...r mej~e info (904)514-6046
    GUA4RAi~TEED WEEKLY Settlement
    Cnfecr .IOjr. Wil-Trans Lease Operator
    Progqr.jrr. G. the Benefits of Being a
    Lp-s opr lr rwit out any of the Risk.

    Frjn.:rn .5, $24K, consider trade
    ..~ I~~ ~at ~Great JAX :..:el~r:.r

    IF YOU are interested in advertising under HOTPOINT REFRIG. almohd, 17.7 cu.ft.,
    this category please call 904-249-9033 or clean inside, excellent working condition.
    email: classified~beachesleader~com $65 cash, 241-4012.

    TROLLhlNG M OhR Mot r G ie, i24o t
    warranty left. $395 OBO. 246-4104..
    QUEdE BEDROOM set,7pcsmat. lg~ht
    wood Weach grass r $0;4-06
    TILLER- REAR Tine, 4.0hp Craftsman.
    $125. Jax Beach. 249-5185.
    WHIRLPOOL WASHER & Dryer, $75/ea.
    30 day warranty. Deliver, $20. 318-8173,
    OCEAN RONwTeeknMEdTA E,n I yo
    Turtle End Beach Club, $2500 246-8911.
    15" new tires, mounted on 5 lug Toyota
    alum. mags. All (4) $175 cash, 241-4012
    or 333-3057.
    DO YOU Experience Anxiety? There are
    answers in this book. Buy and read Self
    Analysby Lb Rt n H~ububnad Pric( $1)58 0
    0722. E-mail cofstampa~gmail.com.
    KENMORE WASHER & DRYER, $150 for
    bo8h. P~ay $5-$10 for old ones. 641-9667,
    83 41
    PALMS CASUAL furniture frarnes & ta-
    Bles, neds reu ol~steringorj9 items total,
    Bet ffr.24-333 ay orng "
    DOWNSIZING TWIN bedroom set-
    dresser, night table, springs & mattresses
    $00. KingS bdro~om set- hps soide ma-

    $5 Fourejph st ed50wo~od harsdro
    cliner $40. Patio table & 4 chairs $295.
    Two swivel lounge chairs $90. Glass top
    coffee table, king size headboard, deacon
    bench & misc. items. Telephone 992-
    ROACHES? HARRIS Famous Roach,
    Tablets, Guaranteed to kill roaches since
    1e 2.thOver 1500St blet tret xnr aom
    ware Stores, (800)637-0317.
    rFrEDICAL E I?(JI..R E llT Wr..-cl.:hi lir n

    'justable hospital bed, shower transfer
    ch roPowerblit Dynavaob Speaiac 3Sdereses
    bookshelf, walker,, battery backup power
    supply, Madentec computer tracking de-
    vice.. (904)273-1634

    HEART PINE, tongue & groove flooring
    sut from an i ueFP ne timbers AnR llin
    249-8310. Lie. ST-5903.

    MAJOR REAL Estate Auction. Friday
    Mye16, aon ba~ndf rd,p aA.c pus/a ri
    be o fre in 7 arcela Popemi a ue

    ing/former hospital, a 42,000+/- sq. ft. his-
    rcr sbuu dnrt gab22dd80/ ni 8t ho eof
    prime development land with commercial
    and residential potential. One tract has
    frontage on the New River. Property Ad-
    dress: 6226 University Park Dr., Radford,
    VA 24141. ,Visit www.woltz.com or call
    auctioneer for information. Previews:
    Wed., Apr. 23, Wed., Apr. 30, Fri., May 9.
    from 12-3 PM and Thurs., May 15, from 3-
    5- PM. Woltz & Associates, Inc. (VA#321),
    Real Estate Brokers & Auctioneers,
    (800)551-3588, Roanoke, VA 24011.

    nai Tmey/ Lice sed. Rference availa-

    WNsORlLAnN2S~ervie, Inc. Competitive

    raeCll A 0 . La st

    DRIVEWAYS, PATIOS, sidewalks, demo-
    lition, & room additions. RK Ballard Con-
    struction, Inc. Licensed & insured. Call
    Chuck, 874-6691.
    Boc &sBricek Ma onLye lew cons rucirl

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

    I ~B
    FULL EXTERIOR Cleaning. Let us do
    your Spring Cleaning. Quality Service,
    Affordable Price. 525-0197.
    Safe roof cleaning. Spotless window
    cleaning. Pressure washing. Licensed &
    Insured. Call Kevmn, 994-0045.


    coat with 10 year warranty: brick pavers,
    poldeck, ho etrrs tile rof ,
    stoaorp concrete The poe lona s alin
    & coating experts. 904-637-9653.

    STEVE 'S HOuMEinim ovmets n.
    ment, pre antewashinr > more. ci &

    ence. Painting, Trim, Carpentry, Pool
    W khing Lciensed/ Insurd F'ree~ssu
    mates. 861-9500.

    Bre CstimatesMwrkSEuRanC e lica ed
    610-7768 '

    depen ale fr qua iy repairs,d service
    caas upsaig Aimpro emnts and misc l-

    Home & office repair an~d maintenance.
    POOL DECK/ DRIVEWAY, Cleaning,
    Staining, Resurfac~ing. Stamped Concrete
    and Custom texture. Licensed/ Insured.
    Free estimates. 861-9 EPA R P itig
    Wood Repair, Trim, Crown Moulding,
    Pressure Washing,. Pool Deck Recoat and
    more. 17yrs. experience. Licensed/ Insur-
    ed. 86,1-9500.

    Inlerlor. Erierior

    Wo d ReF ceent
    Pressure Washing
    & More

    -'-t 'SES ", i
    PV& GUS/87'tee Our~ Ior/<

    904-247-6441 904 537-4469

    5th year anniversary special. Winlbea any
    904-755-7403. CCC1326983.
    Leak Rep~airs, ReRoofs, Flat roofs,
    Skylights, Vents, Rottenwood,
    Flat Roof Restoratio~n, Mobile Homes,
    Storm Damage, Mairitehance,
    Inspections. 29 yrs. Exp.
    State Lic #CCC057937, 904-221-5981.
    ROOF REPAIRS & Re-Roofing. Trust a li-
    censed professional. See our ad. under
    Rm deling/CC n tr ctn. Mtame Cert fi~eB
    IF YOU are interested in advertising under
    tehr~ ca : fipldesbe cal9 449-9033 or


    tREeCOCNSRUL TOC g4)/62Tun8eU0p.
    ..GOING NWAY ULOtus care2 f4 yu

    Serving Beaches and Ponte Vedra
    20 years.

    PADGETT'S A/C & Heating, Inc. Family
    owned and operated. When quality and
    -5st2 F nea icg iar demanded 'call
    Free Estimates ort replacements. License

    ceSeQUdA YsuCe EA bonded cernn se v
    ice. New customers $20 off first cleaning,
    Free estimates. 307-0321.
    Offices. Exc. refs., I~censed. (904)236-
    16 years experience. Reasonable prices,
    low minimum rates, weekend appoint-
    ments available. (904)525-7419.
    HAVING A hard time finding someone you
    can trust to clean your home? Never fear,
    Dust Bunny is here! Reasonable prices.
    Refs avail. 343-8547.

    GEEN:ICLEE do aic oon-t x c cl am-
    Exceptional service, reasonable rates'
    years of experience, excellent references.
    Call Kay 514-8092. Your satisfaction guar-
    `AN AMAZINGLY Clean House by Natasha-
    is expanding, Excellent prices and
    detailed work. Lots of ref's. available

    AF R61 BLE, QUALITY House. Clean-
    ing Services. Call Silvija 904-434 4297
    Many years experience; references availa-
    ble. Call Kelly for estimate, 238-9040.
    I DON'T cut corners, I clean them. For
    reasonable fees, call Betty- Lees.
    (904)238-6435 or (904)200-2942.
    BEACHES CLEANING. Residential, Com-
    mercial; Move-in/ Move-out and Construc-
    tion Cleaning. Weekly, Bi-weekly or
    Monthly services provided. Call for free
    estimate. 382-9927.

    this categr n tlas dcal 90d 903 dr
    email: classified @beachesleader~com

    WOOD Fe einstal ~t n,.35Er eE eri-
    2 1-276, 838-9599.rp.

    IF YOU are interested in advertising under
    :this category please call 904-249-9033 or
    email: classified @beachesleqder.com
    applications, house calls, training, repairs,
    upgrades, websites, graphics Free phone
    tech. 904-249-3034 or mail: ,

    is YO are clersedi ad0 rts 9g und
    email: classified @beachesleader~com

    IRRIGATION AND Landscape Installa-
    tions and Repair. Free Quotes, Ask For
    Scott. (904}303-3779.
    Trim, Blow from $20. Free Analysis/ Esti-
    mate. 285-2952,

    Courtyant by Marriott
    hdS theSE positions available:

    *2nd Shift Maintenarice
    * AM Breakfast Cook

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

    - -I-

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

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

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

    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-



    64 7 3 2 9 6

    9 6 1 7 3 5 28

    8 21 6 49 3

    Rummage Sale, Saturday 8-12, 223 8th
    Gved S.Proceeds to benefit Seaside Play

    LOTS OF teen & young adult clothes &
    shoes, odds & ends. Friday & Saturday,
    1611 5th Ave. N.


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    ances available for a special
    combination ticket of $40. A
    day-only Saturday pass, 11
    a.m.-5 p.m., is $25, while a
    Saturday evening pass is $25.
    Admission for Sunday, 11 a.m.-
    5 p.m., is $25. A full weekend
    pass is $60 in advance, $75 at
    the door. Children under 12
    are free with a paid adult,
    excluding Saturday night's per-
    formance, when admission for
    children is $10. For informa-
    tion, call 904-208-5210 or visit

    Foundation Academy:
    Foundation Academy: The
    Foundation Academy, 107 3rd
    St. S., Jacksonville Beach, holds
    its spring musical, "How to
    Succeed in Business Without
    Really Trying," May 2-4 and
    May 9-11. There will be a stu-
    dent-led conference May '22
    before the school year wraps
    up with graduation May 29.

    Small Business Awards: The
    16th annual Small Business
    Week Celebration will be held
    from 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. in the
    University Center on the
    University of North Florida
    campus. The event will feature
    Bo Burlingham, author of
    "Small Giants," who has been
    inside some of the more
    remarkable companies in
    America. The U.S. Small
    Business Administration will
    present its Small Business
    Week awards, spotlighting the
    contributions of North Florida
    business leaders and champi-
    ons at the district level. The
    U.S. SBA also will recognize 10
    of North Florida's top SBA
    Lenders. The registration fee is
    $35 per person; corporate
    tables of eight are available at
    $500. Each attendee .will
    receive a copy of Burlingham's
    "Small Giants." To register, call
    904-620-2476 or go to

    SFriday, May 2
    Auxiliary Jewelry Sale: The
    Auxiliary of Baptist Medical
    Center Beaches holds a Hahd'
    Crafted Jewelry sale, with jew-
    elry by Sherry Bowers, ~from 7
    a.m.-4 p.m. in the hospital
    lobby, Everyone is welcome.
    For information, call 627-2960.

    Dutter Retirement: Bill
    Dutter, longtime principal at
    Seabreeze Elementary School,
    is retiring, and a party in his
    honor will be held starting at 7
    p.m. at the Jacksonville Beach
    school. Desserts and coffee will
    be served as Dutter's 35 years
    of service are celebrated. The
    event is an adults-only func-
    tion. Questions and RSVPs
    may be directed to 482-9962.

    First Friday Art Walk: The
    First Friday Art Walk is field the
    first Friday of each month in
    St. Augustine. The latest
    exhibits, along with music,
    entertainment and refresh-
    ments, will be on display at
    more than 20 participating gal-
    leries. Tours begin at
    Rembrandtz American Craft
    Gallery, 131 King Street.

    Galleries are open from .5-9
    p.m. St. Augustine Sightseeing
    Trains and Old Town Trolleys
    offer a complimentary shuttle
    service that runs on a continu-
    ous loop every 30 minutes. For
    information, call 904-829-
    0065 or visit www.staugustine-
    Folk Festival: The Gamble
    Rogers Folks Festival will be
    held for the first time on the
    St. Johns County Fairgrounds
    May 2-4. The festival serves as
    a tribute to Gamble Rogers, a
    local folk music icon whose
    guitar picking and storytelling
    made him a national treasure.
    The festival, which features
    nearly 70 performers, kicks off
    at 7 p.m. Friday with perform-
    ances by four bands included
    in the $25 ticket price.
    Saturday afternoon and
    evening features a full slate of
    more than a dozen perform-

    San Pablo Road, on day of visit.
    They also are available at the
    following locations:
    Jacksonville-Avondale IGift
    Boutique, 3650 St. Johns Ave.,
    387-9557; Designs of the
    Interior, St. Johns Town
    Center, 4663 River City Dr.,
    Suite 101, 620-8100; Liberty
    Furniture, 5555 University
    Blvd. W., 737-3700; O~lde
    Green Cupboard, 10950 San
    Jose Blvd., 880-6656; The
    Wardroom Ltd., 1969 San
    Marco Ave., 396-1091, andi The
    Wardroom Ltd., 1520
    , Prudential Dr., 396-7886;
    Atlantic Beach-Shore Things,
    725-A Atlantic Blvd., 249-
    1313; Ponte Vedra Beach-
    Mineral City, 240 A1A North,
    285-4784; Village Jeweler of
    Ponte Vedra, 880 Sawgrass
    Village Dr., 285-4812; and also
    Curves for Women at. the
    Beaches-1569 Atlantic Blyd.,
    241-0101; 210 3rd Ave. S., 270-
    2171; 13947 #104 Beach Blvd,
    992-2260; and 278 Solana
    Road, Ponte Vedra Beach, 280-

    Thursday, May 1
    Amelia Island Chamber
    Music Tickets for the 20108
    SAmelia Island Chamber Music
    Festival go on sale to the gen-
    eral public May 1. The event
    will be held May 30-June 15,
    and details can be found at
    AICMF.com. The festival is
    seeking, volunteers for ticket
    sales and office assistance. Call
    Mike at 261-1779 to volunteer.

    Authors at Bookmark:
    Local authors Dr. C.W.
    Randolfh and Genie James
    will be at The Bookmark, 299
    Atlantic Blvd., Atlantic Beach,
    at 7 p.m. to discuss and sign
    copier of their new health
    book, "From Belly Fat to Belly
    F Iat: How Hormones Are
    Adding ~ 'Inches to Your
    Waistlines and Subtracting
    Years from Your Life."
    Randolph and James' book
    looks at the effect estrogen has
    on weight-gain. Randolph is a
    local -physician and frequent
    speaker for, medical and
    women's organizations. James
    co-founded 'the Natural
    Hormone Institute of America
    and serves as executive director
    of Women's Medicine Inc. For
    information, call 241-9026.

    Auxiliary Meets: Ocean
    Beaches American Legion
    Auxiliary Unit 129 meets at 7
    p.m.. at 1151 4th St. S.,
    'Jacksonville Beach.
    Nominations for 2008-2009
    officers will be received.
    Members are encouraged to
    bring a guest. For information,
    call 249-2266 or 242-0042.

    Beaches Kiwanis: The
    Kiwanis Club of Jacksonville
    Beaches meets at 12 p.m'. at
    Selva Marina' Country Club.
    Speaker will be Martin Wander,
    the program will be Airport
    Design and Renovation. The
    Cost to non-members is $15.
    For information, call club pres-
    ident Neil Powell at 343-3571
    or visit

    Cultural Center Support:
    Underwood Jewelers hosts a
    Leslie Greene Trunk Show May
    1-2 at its Ponte Vedra Beach
    store, 330 A1A North-Suite
    204, that will benefit the
    Cultural Center at Ponte Vedra
    Beach. The show is open to the
    public from 2-5 p.m. May 1
    and from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. May
    2. There also will be an exclu-
    sive reception from 5:30-8 p.m.
    May for the Cultural Center's
    Renaissance Society. Ten per-
    cent of all Leslie Greene jewel-
    ry sold during those time
    frames will be donated to the
    Cultural Center. For informa-
    tion, call Underwood Jewelers
    at 280-1202 or the Cultural
    Center at 280-0614.

    FRA General Meeting: Fleet
    Reserve Association Branch
    290 holds its monthly General
    Assembly meeting at 8 p.m. at
    the Branch Home, 360
    Mayport Road, Atlailtic Beach.
    All members and prospective
    members are.invited to attend.
    New members are always wel-
    come. For information, call

    Mothers &r More: Mothers &
    More First Coast meets at 7
    p.m. at Baptist Medical Center
    Beaches. The guest speaker will
    be Lori Morganlee, who will
    discuss family law. All mothers
    are welcome to attend.
    Mothers &T More is a national
    non-profit organization that
    offers. Mom's Night Out, play-
    groups, book club, monthly
    activities with and without
    children and "More." For infor-
    mation, call 858-3372 or email

    National Day of Prayer:
    The First Coast National Day. of
    Prayer, which encompasses
    five counties, will be held from
    4-8:30 p.m. in the South End
    Zone at Jacksonville
    Municipal Stadium. Radical
    Youth Worship &c Prayer,
    Children's Drop-In Prayer
    Stations and a Ministry &
    Marketplace Fair will be offered
    from 4-6 p.m. Fair registration
    ends April 22. Pastors' Prayer
    Time will be from 5-6:00 p.m.
    A main prayer service will be
    held from 6:30-8:30 p.m.
    Parking for the first 1,200 cars
    in Lots C, D and E is free. To
    volunteer or get information,
    ;e:f-. - e m a .i 1
    or call 904-744-0499.

    St. Paul's Giant Rummage
    Sale: The annual Giant
    Rummage Sale at' St. Paul's
    Catholic Church celebrates its
    25th year. The event will be
    held May 1-4 in St. Paul's
    Catholic School's gym, the cor-
    ner of 5th Street North and 1st
    Avenue North. The sale is open
    from 5-10 p.m. Thursday, 5-11
    p.m. Saturday, 9 a.m.-11 p.m.
    Saturday, and9 a.m.-3 p.m.
    Sunday, when it's half price all
    day, followed, at 4 p.m.
    Sitnday, the $1 bag sale.
    Eighteen days are spent getting
    ready for the event. 'A
    Highwayman painting was one
    of last year's discoveries,

    Wednesday A ril 30
    Ardy Party An "Aard
    Party" to celebrate
    author/illustrator Lindsay
    Barrett George's newest book
    "Alfre dD g" will be held
    from 6- is p.m. in the
    Community Room of the
    Beaches Branch Library, 600
    Third St. Neptune Beach
    Barrett George lives in north-
    eastern Pennsylvania with her
    ciht ets. The book features a
    f istt aardvark, hence the
    name of the gathering. For
    information, call Virginia
    Maxted at992-1171. The event
    is presented by Friends of
    Beaches Branch Library

    ALCU: National Security
    and Civil Liber~ties will be dis
    cussed from 7-9:30 p.m. at the
    University of North Florida
    University Center, Bldg. 43, 1
    University Dr. The event, co-
    sponsored by CAIR of Florida,
    ACLU of Northeast Florida and
    Florida Center for Public &
    International Policy at UNF, is
    free and open to the public.
    Parking is free, also. A partici-
    pating panel, moderated by
    Ken Hurley, ACLU of
    Northeast Florida, consists of
    David Cole, The Nation's legal
    affairs correspondent and a
    'professor at Georgetown
    University Law Center; Hina
    Shamsi, a staff attorney with
    the ACLU's National Security
    Project; Nancy Soderberg, who
    has nearly 20 years of experi-
    ence in the formation of U.S.
    foreign policy; and Parvez
    Ahmed, chairman of the board
    for the Council on American-
    Islamic Relations. For informa-
    tion, contact Hurley at aclu-
    jax@yahoo.com or 391-1884.

    Baskiin-Robbins Special:
    Baskiin-Robbins hosts its 'sec-
    ond annual .31 Cent School
    Night from 5-10 p.in, at all
    2,700 stoles nationwide, to
    include the Baskin-Robbins ait
    719 Atlantic Blvd., Atlantic
    Beach. The ice crpitashop will
    reduce the price on its' 2.5-
    ounce scoop to 31 cerits,
    Baskin-Robbins again will part-
    ner with the National Fa~llen
    Firefighters Foundation'~ by
    donating $100,000, to .the
    organization. Additiohxly 31
    firefighters across the country
    will be honored for demon-
    strating exemplary community

    Ponte Vedra Chamber: An
    after-hours mixer- will be held
    from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at the
    Ponte Vedra Wellness Center,
    880 A1A North-Suite 3.
    Members and first-time guests
    are free.

    SShowhouse Tickelt
    Locations: Tickets for the 2008
    Jacksonville Symphony Guild
    Designer Showhouse and
    Gardens, presented by Bank of
    America .in Pablo Creek
    Reserve and running through
    May 11, are available in a vari-
    ety of ways. Tickets are avail-
    able online at www.jaxsym-
    phonyshowhouse.com, by
    calling the Guild office at 904-
    358-1479 or at the Pablo Creek
    Reserve Sales Office, 5050 S.

    .ggle Ligh~tSpa system uses a
    newly developed European
    process that takes just 15 min-
    utes. It's safe, effective and
    it's very affordable!

    Our teeth~ whitening process is the
    most effective way to brighten
    teeth. The process involves a
    combination of pulsed blue light,
    a whitening formula, heat and a
    whitening activator to quickly and
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    Art Association: The Pablo
    Towers Art A~sociation meets
    from 12:30-3 p.m. Call 246-
    4158 for information.

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

    Grief Support Groiup for
    Women: A Grief Sitpport
    Group for Wom~en meets from
    6-7:30 p.m. the second and
    fourth Wednesdays of every
    month at Beaches Women's
    Partnership, 1122 Third St.,
    Neptune Beach. Women griev-
    ing the death. of a 19ved one
    are welcome to, attend., For
    information, 'call' the partner-
    ship at 249-1450.

    Overeaters Anonymous:
    Overeaters Anonymous meets
    at 7 p.m. every Wednesday at
    Baptist Beaches East Pavilion.
    Enter left of Main Entrance,
    For information, call 704-

    Spiritual Enrichment
    Lessons: Spiritual Enrichment
    Lessons and Meditation will
    be held .at 7:30 p.m. at the
    Ribault Garden Center, corner
    of 7th Street North ~and 2nd
    Avenue .North, Jacksonville

    Beach. A love offering will be
    collected. Call 246-0186 for

    Toastmasters of Ponte
    Vedra: Toastmasters of Ponte
    Vedra meets from 7:30-8:45
    a~m. in the administration
    building of the Ponte Vedra
    Inn and Club. Coffee is
    served. For more information,
    call Michael Steele at 904-910-
    1982 or visit http://pontve-

    Yoga for Health: Yoga for
    Health & Healing is offered
    from 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. at
    the Neptune Beach Senior
    Activity Center. The class is
    designed for those reluctant to
    attend a regular class but want
    to learn the fundamentals of
    yoga. For information, con-
    tact Leslie Lyne at the Senior
    Activityr Center, 270-1688, or
    call the teacher, Nancy
    Rathburn, at 386-6453.

    Kiwanis Beaches: Kiwanis
    Club of Jacksonville Beaches
    meets at 12 p.m. at Selva
    Marina Country Club, 1600
    Selva Marina Dr., Atlantic
    13each. Visit www.beacheski-
    wanis.com for information.
    Overeaters~ Aoy us
    Overeaters Anonymous : me
    at 7 p.m. every Thursday at
    Coastal Baptist Church (Rear),
    750 Girviri Road. For informa-

    tion, call 220-2939.
    Exchange: Club: The
    Exchange Club of' the
    Jacksonville Beaches meets
    from 7:30-8:30 a.m. at Selva
    Marina Country Club, 1600
    Selva Marina ~Drive, Atlantic
    Beach.- For information about
    speakers and programs, the
    club website 'is
    om. The club's e-mail address
    is info@j axb eachexchange-
    club.com. For information
    about the club or to join, con-
    tact Jack Morison at 904-318-
    7162 or at
    jmorison@j axbeachexchange-

    Recovery, Inc.: Recovery,
    Inc., a mental health support
    group, meets at 6:30 p.m. at
    St. Paul's Catholic Church's .
    Family Life Center, 578 1st
    Ave. N., Jacksonville Beach.
    Call 247-3299 for informa-

    River City Singles Club:
    The River City Singles Club,
    Inc., a chapter of the Singles
    Association of Florida (SAF),
    holds a dance from 8-11 p.m.
    at the Knights' of Columbus
    Hall, 1501 Hendricks Ave.,
    Jacksonville. Admission is $8,
    $7 for members. Live music,
    snacks and refreshments are
    provided. For information,
    call 779-1234.

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    Top, the runners in the Beaches Fine Arts Series Duathlon
    take off. Tracy Morris, left, teacher at Jacksonville Beach
    Elementary School performs the National Anthem prior to the
    race. Aboys, winner Justin Jacobs from Jacksonville on the

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    session for triathlon

    Beaches Fine Arts Series hosted a Duathlon
    on April 19 at the Town of Nocatee. The
    Duathlon, a 2-mile run, followed by a 12
    mile bike, followed by a 2-mile run, was a
    new race for Beaches Fine Arts Series, which
    annually hosts a Sprint Triathlon Series as a
    benefit for its free fine arts programs.
    Approximately 175 athletes participated in ~
    the race under clear skies and perfect condi-
    tions. The course, designed by Steve Curran,.
    was described by athletes as both beautiful
    and functional. The race took place in the
    community of Coastal Oaks, with some of .
    the bike course on Palm Valley Road and
    Crosswater Parkway. The pre and post race .Isi~
    activities took place in the Riverwood com-uit.8
    Overall male winners were Justin Jacobs,
    Jacksonville at 52:23; Joseph Sindad, St. B
    Augustine at 55.'23; Steve Pettit, Atlantic t
    Beach at 55:38. Overall female winners were~i
    Colleen Nicoulin, Port Orange at 1:01:14;
    Kellie Smirnoff, Jacksonville at 1:03:31; ~iz
    Boudreaux, Atlantic Beach at 1:05:54.
    Bike Fitters of Ponte Vedra Beach donated a
    Kuota K Factor Full Carbon Frameset valued
    at $1799 and the winner was John Snow of
    Ponte Vedra Beach.
    The Beaches Fine Arts Duathlon was a pre-
    Itxde to the Lifestyles Realtors Beaches Fine
    Arts Sprint Triathlon Series (BFAST), which
    begins on May ~17 at Mickler's Landing in
    Ponte Vedra Beach.
    "We felt that presenting a duathlon prior
    to our triathlons would encourage people to
    train and would offer a chance for those who
    are uncomfortable with the swim portion of
    the triathlons to participate in a race without
    a swim," said Liza Bowcock, Race Director for
    the Duathlon. "For new racers as well as
    experienced ones, we will host our annual
    Triathlon Clinic at Cannaday Building on the
    Mayo Clinic campus on Thursday, May 1
    from 7-9 p.m."
    The clinic will focus on concepts of
    triathlon, including race day preparations,
    equipment setup, and nutrition. The clinic
    will feature the Mayo sports medicine doc-
    tors along with experienced triathletes who
    will share tips and experiences. There will be
    tireak-out sessions for both novices and more
    experienced triathletes. ~
    This clinic is followed on Saturday, May 3,
    at 8 a.m with a hands-on triathlon tutorial
    hosted by Hammerhead Racing at Mickler's
    Landing, the site of our races. For informa-
    tion about either of these clinics or the
    triathlon series, call 270-2074.
    Applications for the races may be down-
    loaded ;at the website at
    -www.bfas~triathlon.org or register online at 1 r 5
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    Days event this month. Thegoal of Play Day is to help encourage students to live a fun healthy
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    Get hooked on fishing, not
    drugs will be held.May 3 from
    9 a.m. to 1 p.m. with free fish-
    ing for children ages 15 and
    The event will be held at
    Huguenot Park at 3rd Street
    South and 16th Avenue South.
    Photos will be taken of chil-
    dren with their fish catches.

    Free hot dogs, hamburgers
    and drinks available. Kids of
    all ages are invited for other
    activities, including a petting
    zoo, pony rides, games and
    There will' also be a Dunk
    the Cop booth as well as
    The day offun will be spon-
    sored by the Jacksonville

    Beach Police Department and
    the Florida Fish and Wildlife
    Conservation .Commission.
    Prizes will be given for
    thee fishing categories:
    largest fish caught, smallest
    fish caught, and largest
    amount caught.
    For more information con-
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