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    Section A: Main
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    Section A: Main: Opinion
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    Section A: Main: Police Beat
        page A 5
    Section A: Main: Calendar
        page A 6
    Section A: Main: Obituaries
        page A 7
    Section A: Main: Beach Living
        page A 8
        page A 9
        page A 10
    Section B: Sports
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        page B 3
    Section B: Sports: Classifieds
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Cultural Center
holds art camp

See A-2


Vol. 43, No. 98

MAY 31, 2006

Palms school
marks 20 years

See A-8



Frisbee contest
1 attracts experts

See B-1

L An ediuon of The Beacl V /

I Tb Ar.

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

Code Red is


alert system

With renovations going on
at the TPC at Sawgrass, the
fifth annual Memorial week-
end symphony concert at the
TPC Saturday was held at a new
location the Stadium
Course's No. 1 fairway.
About 1,500 persons filled
part of the fairway and nearby
wooded areas to hear the
Jacksonville Symphony
Orchestra perform familiar
American and patriotic tunes.
What was not familiar was
the setting, which required vis-
itors to funnel over one path-
way to cross a lagoon.
"We knew this year wouldn't
be as easy in and out as it had
been," Edye Wright, events and
catering manager for the TPC
at Sawgrass, said Tuesday in a
telephone interview.

"The seating area was shrunk
this year."
The green for No. 1, which
had been seeded and sodded
the day before the 'concert,
Wright said, was roped off, as
was a sand trap along the fair-
way., ....'.
Wright said the crowd esti-
mate is based on the approxi-
mately 300 cars parked at the
venue, plus walkers a'nd bicy-
Cars were directed to park in
an area of asphalt, which was
converted from a grassy area
because of renovations that
shut down the Stadium Course
after this year's The Players
Championship in March.
That grassy area was the set-
ting for the concert in the past,

pnolo; c., K ,TH'n HARTMArl
Settling in for Saturday's Jacksonville Symphony concert at
the TPC at Sawgrass are Molly Shannon (top, clockwise from
left), Kay Hood, Alex Bell. Jennifer Damm, Joe Boehner and
Stephani Gallaher. Above, Navy veteran Clay and Ruth Ann
Stabler of Ponte Vedra Beach stand during the orchestra's
playing of "Anchors Aweigh," the Navy's theme song.

Drug money seized on St.
Johns County's shores and
streets is helping to keep
county residents safe.
With a high-speed emer-
gency notification system put
into effect Tuesday, county
residents and business owners
will now, receive,prerecorded
phone messages warning
about public 'safety'. issues
such as' floods' fires; bomb
threats aid .hurricane evacua-
About $15,000 worth of
money seized from St. Johns
County. drug busts was used to
launch., the system called
Code Red '--.'aiid to provide
100,000 minutes of messaging
to residents for the next two
"This is great stuff," St.
Johns County Sheriff David
Shoar told St. Johns County)
commissioners in the board's
meeting Tuesday.
"It's better than TV in a lot
of ways."
The system, which is capa-
ble of making about 60,000
calls per hour, is geographical-
ly based, enabling emergency
officials to target the entire
county or certain areas,
according to a press release.
Shoar-. said.. he. messaging
system will ensure that resi-
dents will receive accurate,
clear information about public
safety as quickly as'possible.
"Code Red gives those peo-
ple who want to be included
an easy and secure method for
doing so," Shoar said.
"This information will only
be used for public safety pur-
poses. "
The system will also inform
residents of missing persons,
escaped prisoners and the
location of sexual predators,
which will help save time and

money, according to Sgt.
Chuck Mulligan, Sheriff's
Office spokesman.
Previously, deputies were
sent to hand out flyers featur-
ing the predator's photograph
to homes within a one- to
two-mile radius of a sexual
predator's home.
Instead, the messaging sys-
tem will quickly inform neigh-
bors when a predator has
moved nearby and will direct
them to the Sheriff's Office
Web site to view the predator's
mug shot.
Shoar told commissioners
that the phone messages
could also be used for inter-
ruptions in power or utility
services and crime bulletins.
Mulligan said the Sheriff's
Office has been considering
the system for about a year.
One event that sparked the
system's installation was the
apprehension of an armed
robber who escaped from St.
Johns County deputies into
Flagler County about a year
ago, he said.
Shoar told commissioners
that Flagler County used the
Code Red system to send out a
message that put 5,000 resi-
dents on the lookout for the
He was apprehended after a
Flagler County woman lis-
tened to the phone message
with the man's description
and reported that she had seen
Mulligan said the Code Red
system is up and running as of
Most homes and businesses
in St. Johns County are
already registered in the sys-
tem's database if those num-
bers appear in the phone
book, Mulligan said.
But those who have unpub-
lished numbers or who have

See CODE, A-3

Apple for the teacher?

Not in St. Johns County schools

A $1.7 million project to
refresh computers in the St.
Johns County School District
has filtered down to second
graders at Ponte Vedra-Palm
Valley Elementary School as
their teachers receive new
On May 23, the last day of
school for teachers, Gateway,
the nation's third-largest per-
sonal computer (PC) compa-
ny, announced it had been
awarded a three-year, $1.7-
million lease-to-buy contract
to provide notebook and desk-
top PC products to the St.
fohns County School District.
The project is part of what
Ponte Vedra-Palm Valley prin-
cipal Kathleen Furness called a
"tech refresh" plan, which
puts a new Gateway computer
on the desk of every teacher
and administrator in the dis-
"It's been a wonderful
thing," said Furness. "What it
allows schools to do is take
existing equipment and. .
provide -more for our stu-
Furness said the Apple lap-
tops that PV-PV teachers have
been using will be collected

and five will be added to each
second-grade classroom so
that each class has 10 comput-
ers. Two students will share
one computer.
"It's a huge upgrade," said
Furness, who added that a 2-1
computer-student ratio will
better facilitate activities such
as power-point presentations
and "Web-questing," or Web
"The world is at their finger-
tips as learners."
Gateway has supplied more
than 1,500 notebook PCs and
70 desktop PCs to 26 schools
in the district. PV-PV
Elementary has received a
total of 41 computers.
Furness said the switch from
Apple computers to a
Windows platform was made
so teachers and employees
may communicate more easi-
Bruce Patrou, the school
district's chief information
and technology officer said
Gateway was selected because
of their "quality, high-end
products" and their war-
"Our strategy to integrate
technology into the classroom
is taking another step forward
by providing each teacher

with a standard computer that
supports learning software, is
compatible with other district
information systems and can
streamline training while
improving overall communi-
cation," Patrou said.
School District tech literacy
coaches are available to teach-
ers throughout the summer as
they learn on the new com-
puters. Every school is taking
part in' the tech refresh train-
"We have to do staff devel-
opment to prepare all our
teachers in the district on how
to utilize the new tool,"
Furness said Tuesday, when 15
teachers at PV-PV had signed
up for training with Linda
Skinner, a tech literacy coach.
"This will be an ongoing
training program throughout
the course of the summer,"
Furness said of the program,
which is open to any teacher
in the school district.
St. Johns District teachers
can go to a private Web site to
find out where training
opportunities are being held
and register for them.
With teachers demonstrat-
ing varying levels of proficien-


-The 2006 hurricane
.-season starts .
hurSday. Do'you
knoW: what to
.xpectand how.t&
t p tpreot'our family .
and property?
The Beaches
Vedra Leader guide
to the hurricane
season will be
included in-Friday's

Consult the
find out:

Hurricane Guide to .

* What the experts are saying
about this year's storms
* Whether the geography of.
Florida offers protection to the
Beaches area
* What hurricanes have done to
the Beaches area in the past -
* What items to gather in prepar-
ing to weather a storm, evacuate

the; area or stay at a hurricane
* How you can shore up your
home to help withstand a storm
* How your. power company is
getting ready for the storm sea-

Also included will be a 21-1/2 by
11-1/2-inch, pullout hurricane
tracking map and a list of Web
sites and telephone numbers.

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Calendar A-6 Opinion A-4
Classified B-4 Police Beat .A-5
Fishing B-3 Sports B-1
Obituaries A-7 Weather A-2
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Burn ban extended
The St. Johns Board of
County Commissioners
agreed Tuesday to extend the
outdoor bum ban in St. Johns
County for another week.
Commissioners requested
updates on the fire conditions
at least once a week to deter-
mine when to lift the ban.

County's audit online
County commissioners
approved Tuesday the St.
Johns County annual ffian'i
' cial audit for-2005.
All 208 pages of the docu-
ment are available online at
Select "Annual Financial
Report" under "SJC
Information" and click "Go."
Bikers ride for cause
Motorcyclists on a 100-mile
trek through St. Johns, Clay
and Duval counties Saturday
will be raising money for
Cerebral Palsy of Northeast
The second annual Poker
Run will begin at 8:30 a.m. at
that agency's office on Beach
Boulevard and will end at the
American Legion Post in
Atlantic Beach.
Entry fees are $25, $10 for
Funds raised help provide
services and support. to
infants, children and adults
with cerebral palsy, spinal
bifida,' autism, down syn-
drome, seizures and other
brain disorders or injuries.
Free breast screening
The St. Johns County
Health Department will hold
a free breast.cancer screening
clinic Tuesday from 9 a.m. to
11 a.m. at health department
offices, 1955 U.S. 1 South,
Suite 100.
Appointments are not
required. The program will

pay for mammograms at
Flagler Hospital Imaging
Center for women who are
uninsured or underinsured.
For women between 50 and
64, the program will also pro-
vide a Pap smear and pelhic
ARC agrees to limits
The Ponte Vedra
Architectural Review
Committee (ARC) approved a
set of by-laws May 24 that will
forimalize it~prbceedings r'ahd
-limit its agenda.
Only 10 cases will be per-
mitted per meeting and indi-
vidual speakers are now limit-
ed to 3 minutes.
Groups are allotted 20 min-
utes to speak.

Readers in top four
In addition to scoring well
above state averages on the
FCATs this year, St. Johns
County students- at every
grade level scored in the top
four out of 67 school districts
for the reading portion of the
Sunshine State Standards,
which are required for gradua-
The biggest increases were
seen at the third, sixth and
seventh grade level in read-
Candidates to speak
Democrat Ken Bryan and
Republican Tom Manuel, each
running for a separate St.
Johns County Commission
seat, will speak in Ponte Vedra
Beach June 7.
They will appear at the
Ponte Vedra Democratic Club
meeting at 6:30 p.m. at the
Ponte Vedra Beach Branch
Library. The public is invited.
Bryan and Republican Ron
Sanchez and Ron Schumaker
are running against incum-
bent Karen Stern for the
District 2 seat in Southwest St.


Harry O'Conner, a
member of the 4-to-5-
year-old group .at this
week's Amazing
Amazon arts camp at
The Cultural Center at
Ponte Vedra Beach,
shows off his handi-
work Tuesday.
Weeklong camps run
through July 28 at the
Center, 50 Executive
Way, Ponte Vedra
Beach. Younger
campers attend 9 a.m.
to 11:30 a.m. and
campers ages 6 to 10
attend 9 a.m. to 2
Weekly fees run from
$60 for younger mem-
ber campers to $125
to older campers who
are not center mem-
bers. For information,
call 280-0614.

Johns County.'.
Manuel is running against
incumbent Bruce Maguire for
the District 4 seat, Ponte
Vedra Beach.
For information, call
Barbara Paterick at 273-5310.

Twice upon a time ...
The second annual story-
telling series for adults begins
June 13 at 11 a.m. at the
Ponte Vedra Beach Branch
Library with Jim Mittelstadt.
"This. year's. series is alle .d,
"Ag6s, and Stage".Ao.tpqurr'
of Stories" and will offer tales
about the stages of life.
Other programs in the free
series are scheduled for July
11, Aug. 15, Oct. 3 and Nov.
For more information call
Caregiver support
The- St. Johns County
Council on Aging will hold
support group meetings June
14 at 7 p.m. and June 15 at
1:30 p.m. for those caring for
victims of Alzheimer's, memo-
ry loss or other illnesses.
"Full Circle," a support
group for people caring for an
elderly relative or friend, will
meet June 27 at 7 p.m.
A Parkinson's support group
will meet June 25 at 2 p.m.
All meetings are held at the
Council on Aging Coastal

Community, Center, 180
Marine St., St. Augustine.
For more information call
Diane Longo at 1904) 823-
Squirrel zaps power
Atlantic Beach City Hall was
without power for about 6
hours last week after a squirrel
got into an electrical trans-

former at City Hall, 800
Seminole Road, causing a
power outage Monday from
7:15 a.m. to roughly 1 p.m. =
The animal was electrocuted
causing the transformer to
blow, said City Manager Jim
Hanson. 1He said it is common
for squirrels to get into trans-
formers and cause burnouts.

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Continued from A-1

Wright said, adding that it
will be used for overflow
parking for the Players golf
tournament in the future.
With the grassy area cov-
ered in asphalt and both the
Stadium and Valley golf
courses scheduled to be in use
next Memorial weekend, the
site for next year's concert has
not been determined, Wright
"Next year does present
some challenges," she said. ,
The Stadium Course is


Continued from A-i

cy in computers, the summer
training is designed to bring
everyone closer to the same
level in three areas: basic;
operations, productivity and
communications. .
Furness said the teachers,
have taken assessments of
their computer skills to iden-
tify their strengths and weak-

undergoing renovations to
improve drainage, greens and
spectator viewing sites.
The TPC clubhouse has
been torn down and will be
rebuilt before next year's The
Players Championship,
scheduled May 10 to May 13.
The annual Memorial
weekend concert is sponsored
by Beaches Residents Actively
Supporting the Symphony
(BRASS), which in the past
year has raised $100,000 for
the orchestra, the organiza-
tion's president told the

nesses.so that they may target
areas' where they need to
One of the keys, Furness
added, is to have educators
who know how to facilitate.
learning by using the tools at
"We are really preparing
our children for the fast-
changing world they live in,"
she said.


System can

call 60,000

Continued from A-1

changed their phone num-
bers within the past year are
encouraged to register man-
You can do so using the
Code Red link ..on the
Sheriff's Office Web site at
www.sjso.org, or call (904)-
810-6690 and leave a name,
address, including zip code,
and telephone number.
Cell phones can also be
registered on the system as
long as the number accom-
panies a St. Johns County
Mulligan said, for practical
purposes, no one should
assume that their phone
number is already in the sys-
The system will recognize
any numbers that are already
entered into the database so
that they may not be dupli-
For more information call
(904)-810-6690. ,

Intersection improvements shown Tuesday

The public is invited to a
meeting from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Tuesday in Ponte Vedra, when
engineers with St. Johns.
County will explain plans for
improving the intersection of
Canal and Roscoe boulevards.
The meeting will be an
open-house format in which
displays showing the pro-,

posed intersection improve-
ments will be available for,
The meeting, to be held at'
the Ponte Vedra Beach Branch
Library, will be hosted by the
St. Johns County Engineering
, The intersection is near the
.site of the. Palm .Valley

Community Association, 148
Canal Blvd., where a state his-
torical marker will be unveiled
at 10 a.m. Saturday.
The marker explains the ori-
gins of the name "Palm
Valley," which comes from the
sabal palm, also known as the
cabbage palm, which is
Florida's state tree.

Beach hospital rey to evacuate

While Beaches businesses
and homeowners make prepa- t
rations for the hurricane sea- l
son that starts Thursday, the i
only hospital on the barrier i
island also is getting ready.
Baptist Medical Center- f
Beaches is prepared to evacu- K
ate the patients of the hospital
if necessary, said Janice
Kiernan, head of community
relations at Baptist Beaches.
"We do have a plan,"
Kiernan said. "We discuss tie ..t
plan every year and educate ,
our employees." h
The evacuation is carried
out in cooperation with the t
cities of Jacksonville and t
Jacksonville Beach prior to a
general evacuation. i
Hospitals fall under the cat- t
egory of "special medical
needs" population, and they
are evacuated first. Other t
members of the community.
that fall under this designa- r
tion are nursing home resi-

Change expected

to cut wait for


Changes planned at Baptist
Medical Center are expected to
shorten the waiting time for
scheduling mammograms at
Baptist Medical Center-
A team of radiologists at
Baptist's new breast health care
center ini Jacksonville will han-
dle diagnostic appointments
referred from routine screen-
ings at the Beaches facility, said
spokesman Janice Kieman.
Patients will be able to have
biopsies or surgery at Baptist
Medical Center-Beaches, she
Putting diagnostics down-
town will mean more mammo-
grams can be done at the
Beaches, and that should make
it easier to get a routine screen-
ing sooner, Kiernan said.
As of this week, mammo-
grams were being scheduled for
January at the,Beaches facility.'

dents, the disabled and those other hospitals for those
who rely on life-saving equip- patients who cannot be dis-
ment at home, Kieman said. charged.
By evacuating this popula- For Baptist Medical Center-
ion before the general popu- Beaches, many of these
ation evacuates, hospital staff arrangements will be made
s not placed in a compromis- with its other locations:
ng situation, and staffers are Jacksonville's downtown and
able to make sure that their south hospitals and the center
families are safe as well, in Nassau County.
Kiernan said. The hospital also sends sup-
"They can take care of their plies and staff with each
work responsibilities and then patient transfer so that receiv-
ake care of their personal ing facilities are not over-
responsibilities," she said. whelmed, she said.
However, .Ki#nan .noted,... The hospital was last forced
he process OT_ evacuation to evacuate, 'when Hurri"re
begins up to a week before a Floyd threatened Jacksonville
hurricane. Beach in 1999. Although
City officials and the hospi- Floyd did not have a direct
al work together to monitor impact in Jacksonville Beach,
he storm, and, if necessary, the evacuation was an impor-
begin a process of "downsiz- tant learning experience,
ng." This includes discharging Kiernan said.
he patients who are well
enough and postponing all
elective procedures' until after Seniors with special needs
he storm passes, she said. Seniors with special needs
Also; the hospital begins to can register with St. Johns
make arrangements with County by calling (904) 824-

Earn more. Save more.

Police motorcycles lead the way over the Palm Valley bridge Tuesday during a procession for the
funeral of Jerry Beckmeyer Jr., a Jacksonville Sheriff's officer killed in a motorcycle crash in
Jacksonville Beach Friday. Officer Beckmeyer, 32, and a passenger, who survived the crash,
were both thrown from a motorcycle about 1:10 a.m. when the officer, who was off duty, was
unable to avoid another wreck on an overpass on Butler, according to reports. Police from
Jacksonville and St. Johns County attended the funeral in Mandarin and the interment at Ponte
Vedra Valley Cemetery on County Road 210 in Ponte Vedra.

Wal-Mart files plans for

store in Neptune Beach


More plans for,"a proposed
Wal-Mart in Neptune Beach
were' filed with the city late
Friday but city' officials have yet
to determine whether the mate-
rials are sufficient to move for-
ward with a review of the proj-
ect, according to the city man-
However,. an employee in the
Neptune Beach Building
Department said Tuesday that
the Wal-Mart plans. are being
placed on the agenda for the
June 20 meeting of the city's
Planning and Development
Review Board.
\Val-Mart representatives
April 17 filed plans with the city
to 'build a 11 7000-square-foot
superstore at 630 Atlantic
Boulevard, the former location
of Food Lion and Big Lots. But'
city officials said that the plans
were incomplete and informed
\Val-NMart that, per, city code, 'a

"completed" package of plans,
had to be submitted to the city
by last Friday;
As of late Tuesday afternoon,
City Manager Jim Jarboe said
that city staff had not yet deter-
mined whether Wal-Mart's most
recent plans meet the city's
requirement's to move forward
with a review. Jarboe, -City
Attorney Chris White and
Community. Development.
Director Jason Cleghorn met for
a little over an hour Tuesday
afternoon to discuss the issue.
"We got the plans late Friday.
It's going to take a little time to
review them," Jarboe said,
adding that a determination on
the plans could take "another
day or so."
If the plans are deemed
not sufficient by city staff, WVal-
Mart's application would b "nuill
and void," according to city offi-
cials. And the company would
have to begin the application
process over again.
The time frame of when the

project is applied for could be
critical as the City Council
Monday is expected to pass .a
new ordinance that essentially
limits any one business in the
city from being over 60,000
square feet in gross floor area. ,
The council tentatively passed
the ordinance 4-1 earlier this
The ordinance is aimed at
keeping Wal-Mart or any other
"big box" retailer from moving
into the city. It was proposed
after city officials learned that
Wal-Mart was interested in
building a store in the city.
An attorney representing Wal-
Mart has indicated that the
company will sue the city if
such an ordinance is used to
prevent the project.
WVal-Mart's proposal .has
sparked massive protests from
residents in the city who say the
store will bring too much traffic
to the, area and hurt the city's
locally-owned, small businesses.

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The Leader's Opinion

Tree laws that keep '

property owners

from axing trees

are basically flawed

Last week, the Jacksonville Beach Codes
--Enforcement Board fined a tree company for not
getting a permit before removing a "protected.
tree" from a single-family home property.
The board stipulated that the company cannot
obtain any permit until the $1,000 fine is paid.
City officials are apparently pleased that "this
time" the city went after the company and not
the individual.
The city and others with tree laws that prohib-
it residents from removing "protected trees" are
missing the bigger picture.
Owners of single-family homes have a vested
stake in protecting their property value. If they
should be neglectful, there are usually neighbors
ready to make.suggestions on what needs to be
painted, pruned, fixed or removed.
When government starts to mandate what
trees a homeowner may or may not remove that
action should be seen for what it is meddling.
One can argue that landscaping guidelines are
needed for commercial development.
But it is a' rare homeowner who rashly axes
down valuable trees that add both shade and
value to the property. In addition the onset of'
hurricane season makes it imperative that prop-
erty owners riot face obstacles when they seek to
secure their property against falling trees.
A tree law that tells a homeowner he must,
maintain "protected trees" on his property is ill-
adised, no matter how well intentionred its cre-
ators were when 'they adopted the intrusive ordi-
Restrictions that usurp the homeowner's right
to ax as desired are also sure to deter some prop-
erty owners from ever planting protected trees. If
no trees are planted then the owner does not,
have to fear running afoul of the law should
future landscaping plans change.

Letters to the editor:

Resolution is a sham

as it ignores citizens

To the editor:
I have read the draft copy
of the Neighborhood Bill of
Rights: I am incredibly dis-
appointed arid feel betrayed.
The people of this County
told our Commissioners very
- distinctly, we wanted a
Neighborhood Bill of Rights
that would give our associa-
tions protection from nega-
tive impact to our quality of
life by new and/or altered
development plans.
We asked it be based.on the
City of Jacksonville
Ordinance. This draft is, in
my opinion, a slap in the face
to those of us who champi-
oned the concept. It is first a
Resolution, it is toothless and
ambiguous. The Seaside
Community had a great stake
in the development of a
strong Ordinance. The lack
of notification to Seaside of
changes made to the
Overlook V PUD caused seri-
ous problems. That lack, of
notification and the hours
spent in rectifying the matter
by County Legal and
Planning Staff, the design
team, the developer, the
Seaside. Civic Committee and

affected homeowners, should
never have happened.
It was,. costly for all
involved. With a lackson-ille
like ordinance it would never'
have happened. ,
There was concern by
many that some members of
the BCC were behaving like
they supported the concept
and thit thev would in the
end see to it that the St. Johns
County version of NBR-
would be so lacking in real
enforceable substance, it
would be a joke. Sadly, I
believe the concern was justi-
fied and in my opinion this
"Resolution" is a sham. I
hope all County residents
watch very closely howv each
Commissioner deals with this
"Draft Resolution." Two
incumbents are currently ask-:
ing for your vote in
September. Watch their input
on this matter very closely.
The choice they have is. give
us the strong ordinance we
asked for or, once again, bow
to the interests of the devel-
opers over the needs of the
Clara Cowan
Ponte Vedra Beach



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Trash on the beach repels

To the editor:
While taking anh 'earlier
evening stroll on the pier, my
family and a neighbor couple
were appalled to see the build up
of trash all over the beach this
Memorial Day weekend. We
hear much about the current and
future growth'of our town.
All that growth for good or evil
has put our beach on the map as
a desirable place to live or to
spend a relaxing day., With
growth comes the responsibility
of our government to maintain
the service level needed for a first
class beach city. It also takes a
caring citizenry and courteous
visitors to husband the
Jacksonville's Beaches principal
draw..its sun and surf. Let's all
of do what we can to maintain
our beach this season. City...fix
the trash service. Citizens and
visitors....if the trash cans are
full, take it home with you.
James Hankins
"fri JL r Jacksonville Beach


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Trash dots the beach on Memorial Day weekend.

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Bill of Riuhts is noorlv executed

To the editor,
For those who are frustrated
by the St. Johns County
Commissioners' decisions, a
new placebo is on the table. I
say placebo because it sounds
good but has no curati e effect.
In addition it has many unde-
sirable side effects. It is inspir-
ingly called a Neighborhood
Bill of Rights NBRi.
The ever-so-positive sales
pitch tells us that we abused
citizens will have "standing"
with which to address the
County Commission before
dire deeds are done. What is
not so well defined is a require-
ment that disputes that might
arrive before the Commission
must be battled out before a
defined neighborhood before
coming to the Commission
itself. The neighborhoods
would be our local gated comn
munity associations and, per-
haps, a super-association that
they don't mention.
Are we surprised that those
responsible for making tough
decisions might make one that
we don't like? With regard to a
government purchase of a pri-
vate company,. the complexity
of valuation is enormous and
there is plenty of room for dis-
agreement whether for scope
or for details.
What is most important is
that these, decisions are made
through the legal processes of
representative democracy. I
believe that tampering with or
impeding the legality, and the
representative nature of the
process is a grave mistake. We
elected them; if we do not
agree with their actions, we can
elect someone else.
A Neighborhood Bill of
Rights might .move much of
the rancor of squabbling
neighbors out of the
Commission's. hearings, might
force opposing points of view
to a tenuous truce. The weight

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of responsibility for the elected
representative is heavy. The
NBR can.be seen as an escape, a
shift of the deliberative process
from governmental rules to
those of the neighborhood
association. .
Are the by-laws and proce-
dures of your neighborhood
association up to this attribu-
tion of responsibility? Aie the
elections democratic? Are, the
people serving on the boards of
these associations capable, will-
ing, and suitable to bring.
opposing parties to agreement
where the economics and risks
may be of a scale far above
their experience? As a generali-
ty, I think not. While there
may be remarkable exceptions,.
they are rare. Where would be
the accountability?
This is especially true of the
people involved.; They signed
on to handle relatively modest
neighborhood maintenance
and conflicts, the flower gar-
dens, security gates and what
color you can paint your shut-
ters, and to serve as guidance
for a professional management
company. Most are nice people
doing what has been repeated-
ly characterized as a thankless
A few are activists, well stud-,
ied and sincere. Others are sim-
ply gadflies. When these wan-
der outside the: gates of their
community, they have enor-
mous latitude. The' gap
between what they say and the
will of the association member-
ship has only been tested in a
most informal way, if at all.
In fact, the democratic fun-
damentals are wrong. With few
exceptions, associations are not
governed by one person one
vote systems but one house-
hold one vote. What if the
members of the household
have differing positions?
Within the scope of flower
beds and shutter colors, it

might not make any differ-
ence. Quashing the legal proce-
dures of elected representatives
is another matter
If we imagine members of
our association ,, with,' legal.
standing before the County
Commission, how' will .we,
influence what they say? Think
of the development projects
that come before that body.
Some people are compulsively
against 'any development.
Others welcome new construc-
tion as an economic stimulus
arid for its positive effects of
keeping tax rates lower.,
At its worst, the concept of a
Neighborhood Bill of Rights
will impair our representative
government, stir up hostilities
within associations and institu-
'tionalize NIMBY. (not in my '
backyard) attitudes. At its best,
it could be accomplished. by.
further publicizing the
Commission's legislative calen-
dar and allowing more time for
citizen intervention.
I find this all very troubling.
'I have lived outside of this
country and have acquired a
profound respect for represen-
tative government with all its
human imperfections. Both
the heavy grip of centralized
power and the perverse effects
of Athenian or plebiscite'
democracy repel me. The
answer is to pay attention to
that which is at issue before our
local elected representatives,
both the County Commission
and in Tallahassee. If someone
tells you that your representa-
tives or their staffs are inacces-
sible, don't believe it. It's more
likely that the person telling
you that has worn out the wel-
come mat.
And, for heaven's. sake,

Douglas C. Worth
Ponte Vedra Beach

Proud to see Beaches Honor Guard in action

To the editor:
I would like to commend Ric
Smith and the other veterans
who put together the Memorial
Day ceremony at Warren Smith
cemetery .on Monday. I under-
stand that Ric was the spark
that started the ball rolling.
Having served on the Honor
Guard out of Fort Knox KY for
funerals of fallen comrades,

especially from Korea, I was
very much impressed with The
Beaches Honor Guard at this
ceremony. I understand that
they had five services Monday,
so my hat is off to them for a
job well done. It is the mark of
true dedication to the memory
of those who have made the
last muster. The Beaches com-
munities should be very proud

to have such a distinguished
unit to represent us as needed.
On a negative note, it is a
shame more local citizens did
not attend. As a resident of
Neptune Beach I was especially
disappointed our community
did not have an official repre-
sentative present while the
other beach communities did.
Donald R. Jordan



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Maybe a



will sing

It was before cable and
satellite TV, the Internet,
and other high-tech diver-
sions Beaches dwellers have
available today. Even so, folks
didn't have to be bored then,
in the late 1940s and the
1950s. For instance, they
could occasionally go to see
an operetta put on by the
Beaches Civic Chorus often
at a bygone J.B. community
My dear gal pal Ethel Blalock
was a member of the long-ago-
disbanded Chorus for about
ten years and got to sing in a
bunch of famous shows such
as "The Mikado," ."Rose
Marie," and "Naughty
Marietta." She also warbled in
church. choirs here even
longer. It was clearly a family
thing, because her sister
Charlotte did the same, and
her mother played piano in
church and performed as lead
Ethel. mentioned that her
cousin was also in the Civic
Chorus and that one of her
aunts.wa&s- lead'- sl'oist 'att' a
church in Jacksonville. I began
to think she and her relatives
seemed almost like a Florida
version of "the musical. Von
Trapp ,family in the movie,
"The Sound of Music."
Being fairly unacquainted
with the operetta scene, I had
to research the subject (with
an assist from the Beaches
Area Historical Society). I can
understand why Ethel had so
much fun performing in 'The
Mikado." The names of the
Japanese characters are a hoot;
e.g., "Nanki-Poo," "Ko-Ko,"
"Yum-Yum," and "Pish-Tush."
The .creators, Gilbert &
Sullivan, obviously., were
inspired, since the show has
continued being presented in
various venues. since 1885.,
When young Ethel and
Charlotte were in the Civic
Chorus, there weren't many
hills hereabouts .but the
Beaches were alive with the
sound of music, at least
around the family's, ocean-
view home on First Avenue
South in Jacksonville Beach.
During those pre-air condi-
tioning days, the windows
would often be open as the
girls did their household
chores, meanwhile singing
operetta numbers and church
hymns a cappella. Neighbors
sometimes shouted special
song requests: "How about
'The Old Rugged Cross'?"
Back then, Ethel was a "high
soprano," although she's not
Italian and isn't from New
Jersey. Well, fugedaboudit.
She's extremely proud to be a
Beaches native. In fact, when
someone asks, "Have you lived
here all your life?" she replies,
"Not yet."
Jokes aside, Ethel comment-
ed, "Singing was the highlight
of my life. I don't believe any-
body who sings as much as we
did can ever be depressed at
the same time.." Encore!
Think, for new generations, a
new, show-accommodating
Jax Beach community center
and revived Beaches Civic

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The Editor, The
Leader, P.O. Box
50129, Jacksonville
Beach, Fla. 32240, or
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Jacksonville Beach police and Jacksonville Sheriff's Office
deputies worked for several hours Thursday and Friday to locate
a vehicle that went into the Intracoastal Waterway near Beach
Boulevard. Above, the truck is hauled out of the water.

those watching audible groaning over the misfortune.
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Just as the vehicle cleared the water, the cable lifting it up
snapped suddenly and the truck went back into the water, with
those watching audible groaning over ihe misfortune.

Jacksonville Beach public safety workers keep their eye on the

spot where the truck submerged.

A subsequent rescue attempt

A purse was reported stolen
from a vehicle May 24 at Russell

A van belonging to a church
was reported stolen May 24 in
the 600 block of Mayport Road,.
The next say the van was report-
ed returned to the church,
according to a police report.
A simple assault was reported
May 20 in the 200 block of Main

A purse snatching was reported
May 20 in the 900 block of
Atlantic Boulevard.

Neil Douglas Harkness, 40, of
Jacksonville Beach was arrested
and charged with uttering a
forged instrument May 20 in the
2200 block of Mayport Road,
according to a police report.

The license tag to a vehicle was
reported stolen May 23 in the 60
block of West Ninth Street.; :,-;.
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Annette L. Bowman, 41, of
Atlantic Beach was arrested and
charged with child abuse neglect
May 23 in the 1000 block of
Cornell Lane, according to a
police report.

Gwendolyn Wade Banks, 49,
of Atlantic Beach was arrested
and charged with aggravated bat-
tery using a deadly weapon May
20 in the 90 block of Stanley
Road, according to a police

Police May 19 investigated a
report of three to four gunshots
in .the 1500 block of Francis
Street. When police arrived they'
found no suspects but located
two 380 caliber shell casings and
a shotgun shell wad on the
ground in the area.

A bicycle valued at $129 was
reported stolen from Fletcher
High School, 700 Seagate
Avenue, May 26.

A 3-foot-tall, fiberglass mana-
tee mailbox valued at $900 was
reported stolen from a residence
May 27 in the 1500 block of
Strand Street.

Raana Nicole Simmons, 20, of
Neptune Beach was arrested and
charged with possession of
cocaine and unauthorized posses-
sion of a driver's license, accord-
ing to a police report.

A vehicle was reported burglar-
ized May 25 in the 200 block of
Hopkins Street.

The owner of vehicle parked
in the 200 block of Walden
Chase Lane reported the vehicle
was vandalized on May 24.

According to the police report,
the owner had trouble with the
operation of the vehicle and left
it in a parking lot at 1:30 a.m.
and returned later on May 24.
There was an estimated $1000
in damages to the exterior and
interior of the vehicle.

On May 24, a 25-year-old
Ponte Vedra resident was trans-
ported to Shands Jacksonville
after being hit by a vehicle in
the 600 block of Ponte Vedra
Lakes Blvd. According to the
police report, the victim was hit
attempting to re-enter the vehi-
cle as the driver was driving
from the scene. The driver
called 911 and waited for the
deputy and rescue. to arrive. It
was unknown to the deputy if
the victim wished to pursue

A St. Johns County deputy
responded to a report of a possi-
ble drowning on Ma'. 25 at a
pool in the 200 block of Ponte
Vedra Blvd. According to the
police.report t.he four-year-old
victim wandered away from her
family and either fell or jumped
into the pool. The child was in
the water for approximately one
minute 'when her father
removed her from the pool. He
was assisted by employees of the
resort who began rescue breath-
ing and administered CPR.
The child regained conscious-
ness and began breathing before
being transported to Baptist
Beaches Hospital. The deputy
was informed by medical per-
sonnel there that she was doing
fine, but due to her age she was
transferred to Wolfson
Children's Hospital.
Aggravated assault at a work-
site at Ocean Place and AlA N
on May 26 was reported by the
victim. The suspect, a 40-year-

old Jacksonville resident, Wias
apprehended by a St.Johns
County Sheriffs Office deputy.
The victim dropped all charges
and declined to
prosecute,according to the
police report.

Criminal mischief resulting in
$50 damage to sprinkler heads
located in the 100 block of
Ponte Vedra Colony Circle was
reported on May 27.
The theft of twvo checks from
a residence in the 7000 block of
Cypress Bridge Dr. N. was
reported n May 27. According to
the police report, the checks
were cashed at a bank in Duval
County by a person employed
by the victim The victim ivas
advised to contact the
Jacksonville Sheriffs Office.
On May 27, Keri Ann
Huggett, 20 of St. Augustine,
was charged with neglect of a
child and child abuse, according
to police.

The ow-ner of .a painting and
remodeling company reported a
burglary at a construction site in
the 400 block of A1A N. on May
29. According to the police
report, the burglary occurred'
between May 26 and May 27. A
window was broken in a build-
ing and $2350 worth of tools
were missing.

On May 29, a St. Johns
County Sheriffs Office deputy
was called to a residence in the
300 block of San Juan Drive in
reference to the unattended
death of a 51-year-old male.
According to the report, the
deputy notified the physician of
the deceased and the medical
examiner's office.

\Valdon Caine, 20, of
Jacksonville Beach, was arrested
May 23 and charged with posses-
sion and sale of a controlled sub-
stance in the 500 block of Adams
St. E., according to a police report.

Linda Diana McNMillian, 59, of
Atlanta, Ga. was arrested May 24
and charged with possession and
purchase of a controlled sub-
stance in the 100 block of 6th St.
S. for reportedly purchasing $20
worth of crack cocaine from a
decoy during an undercover drug
sting, according to a police

Marvin folnson Lowry, Jr., 44,
of Jacksonville Beach was arrested
May 24 and charged with posses-
sion and purchase of a controlled
substance in the 4100 block of 3rd
Ave. S. for reportedly purchasing
$20 worth of crack cocaine from
a decoy during an undercover
drug sting, according to a police

..JoeL' Al,.Welhnan. 49, a tran-

sent, was arrested May 24 and
charged with possession and pur-
chase of a controlled substance in
the 100 block of 7th St. S. for
reportedly purchasing $30 worth
of crack cocaine from a decoy
during an undercover drug sting,
according to a police report.
David Warren Lowe, 44, a tran-
sient, was arrested May 24 and
charged with possession and pur-
chase of a controlled substance in
the 100 block of 7th St. S. for
reportedly purchasing $25 worth
of crack cocaine. from a decoy
during an undercover drug sting,
according to a police report.
Robert Lee Lockarmy, 35, a
transient, was arrested May 24
and charged with possession and
purchase of a controlled sub-
stance in the 100 block of 7th St.
S. for reportedly purchasing $25
worth of crack cocaine from a
decoy during an undercover drug
sting, according to a police
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Armed robber

is thwarted
An armed robber who had
intentions of stealing money
when he held up a conven-
ience store May 18, only got
away with a $5 pack of ciga-
rettes after the store's manager
refused to give him any cash,
according to a police report.
Although the suspect threat-
ened to cut the 62-year-old
employee of Pantry Corp. with
a knife he was wielding, the
employee refused his demands.
The suspect then put away his
knife, ran behind the counter,
grabbed a pack of cigarettes
and then fled the store, accord-
ing to a police report. The man-
ager was not injured.
The incident happened
around 5:55 a.m. at the store
located at 773 Atlantic
Boulevard.. "




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Wednesday, May 31
Book reception: "Heart. of a Lion"
author Connie Donaldson and subject
Janet Simpson will be hosted at a book
reception, talk and' signing. at 6:30
p.m. at the -Beaches Museum and
History Center, 380 Pablo Ave.:,
Jacksonville Beach. Call 241-6243 or
273-1947 for information.

Thursday, June 1
Life Line Screening: Life Line
Screening to reduce'the risk of having
a stroke will be held at 9 a.m. at New
Beginnings Baptist Church, 1050
Highway A1A N., Ponte Vedra' Beach.
Pre-registration is. required. Costs are
$109 and $129. 1-800-697-9721,.

Grand opening: Strollerfit will have
its grand opening at Bull Memorial
Park,. corner of Ocean and Seventh,
Atlantic -Beach. There will be refresh-
ments, snacks and prizes. Call Siobhan
at .626-2333 or 'visit
, www.strollerfit.com/arlingt6n.

American Legion: Ocean Beaches
American Legion Auxiliary Unit 129
will meet at 7:30 p.m. at 1151 S. 4th
St, Jacksonville Beach. Call 249-2266
or 242-00442 for information.

Friday, June 2
Book signing: Mara Uman HLxon
,ill sign copies of her book "Turtles
\Way: Loggy, Greeny & Leather" from 7
in 9 p.m. at the First Street Gallery,
216-B First Street, Neptune Beach. Call
241-6829 for information.

Moonlight Movies: The "Moonlight
Ni M l ies" film series will be held from 9

to 11 p.m. today June 9 at the SeaWalk.
Pavilion. Tonight's movie is
"Casablanca." Call 247-6100 and press
3 for information.

Saturday, June 3
Open house: Rainbow Pediatric
Center, 4745 Sutton Park Court (near
the Hodges .and J. Turner Butler
Boulevard intersection) will have a
kid's summer fair and pediatric open
house from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. 223-1900.

Poker run: The Chrome Divas of
Jacksonville will. host the Second'
Annual Juliana Wetmore Benefit Poker'
Run to benefit 3-year-old. Juliana
Wetmore, born with Treacher Collins
Syndrome. Registration starts at 9:30
a.m. at the Malabar Lounge, .9801
Beach Blvd., with the first bike out at
,11 a.m. The ride ends at 7 p.m. at.
Buffalo's Cafe in Orange Park.., Call
Jennifer Samioglous at 904-333-4230.

Bluegrass concert: "Tomorrow's
Bluegrass" Concert will be held from 2
to 6 p.m. at the Atlantic Theatre, 75 i
Atlantic Blvd., Atlantic Beach. Tickets
are $10 for adults, and $5 for children
15 and under. 249-7529.

Barbershop Extravaganza: The
men of the First Coast Metropolitans
and the women of the Jacksonville
Harmony Show Chorus will cohost
"Barbershop Extravaganza!" at 2:30
and 8 p.m. at the Times-Union Jacoby
Symphony Hall for Performing Arts,
300 W. Water St., Jacksonville. Tickets
are $15 for the matinee and $28 for the
evening show. 350-1609.

Frisbee championship: The 11th
Annual Florida State Canine Frisbee
Disc Championship will. be held at 5
p,m. at Mandarin High School. Player
registration starts at 2:30 p.m., with
distance only starting at 3 p.m. Call
904-910-1351 for information.

job seeker workshop: Christ
Episcopal Church is sponsoring a free
job seeker workshop at the Christian
Formation Center, Room 108, 400 San,
Juan Drive, Ponte Vedra. 285-6127.

Missions conference: Christ the
Redeemer Church will have a missions
conference today and June 4. The con-
ference starts at 6:30 p.m. today, and at
9 a.m. June 4. The church is located at
190 S. Roscoe Blvd., Ponte Vedra
Beach. For information, visit

Contra dance: Contra dance with a
live band will be held at the Cobalt
Moon Water Studio, 214 Orange St.,
Neptune Beach. 246-2131.

Tuesday, June 6
Exhibit: "Ali Fuderer: Urban
Renewal" will be displayed at Pepper
Rama Gallery of Visionary Art, 4555
Shirley Ave., Jacksonville. An opernng
reception will be held June 9 from 6 to
9 p.m. E-mail art@JaxHotSauce.com
for information.

Wednesday, June 7
Women's connection: The Atlantic
Beach Women's Connection will host
a celebrations and great adventures
brunch from 9:30 to 11 a.m. at Selva
Marina Country Club, 1600 Selva

Marina Drive, Atlantic Beach. The cost
is $12, and complimentary child care
is available. Reservations are required
by June 5, Call Susan at 904-714-9962
or Mary at 904-223-1002.

Art Walk: The First Wednesday Art
Walk will be held in downtown
Jacksonville.- Call 634-0303 or 634-
8988 for information.

Outdoor Observations: Outdoor
Observations will be held from 1 to ,2
p.m. at Castaway Bsland Preserve, 2885
San Pablo Road South. The program is
for all ages. Call 630-3577 for informa-.

Storytime 'Science: Storytime
Science will be held from 3 to 4 p.m. at
Castaway Island Preserve, 2885 San,
Pablo Road South. The program is for,
ages 7 and under and their adult com-
panions. Read a story then examine
the science involved. Call 630-3577 for

Beaches Watch: Beaches Watch will
meet at 6:30 p.m. in the small confer-
ence room at the' Beaches Branch
Library, 600 Third St., Neptune Beach.
The meeting is open to the public. For
information, call 513-9242 or visit

Underground film series: The
Jacksonville Museum of Modem Art's
Underground Summer Film Series will
be held today, and June 14, 21 and 28,
at 7 p.m. at 333 N. Laura St.,
Jacksonville. For information, call 366-
6911, extension 214.

Thursday, June 9
Republican women: T.he
Republican Women's Club of Duval
Federated will have a luncheon, meet-
ing at Wyndham Hotel (previously
Radisson Riverwalk), Prudential Drive,
Jacksonville. A social starts at 11:30
a.m., followed by the luncheon meet-
ing at noon. Representative Randy
Johnson is the guest speaker. The cost
is $16 in advance or $20 at the 'door. To
R.S.V.P., e-mail info@iwcdf.org or call
Willa Ferrell at 910-3533 by June 6.

Republican Club: The Republican
, Club of the Beaches will meet at the
Adele Grage Cultural Center, 716
Ocean Blvd., Atlantic Beach. A social
starts at 6:30 p.m., followed by the 7
p.m. meeting. Representative Don
Davis. is the guest speaker. Call Ed
Raube at 246-7979 for information.

Book signing: Local author Mary
Kohnke will be at The Book Mark, 299
Atlantic Blvd., Atlantic Beach, at 7
p.m. to discuss and sign copies of her
mystery, "She Said What?!" Call 241-
9026 for information.

Friday, June 9
Exhibition: A printmaking exhibi-
tion will be held through July 22 at the
Cultural Center at Ponte Vedra Beach,
50 Executive Way, Ponte Vedra Beach.
Call 280-0614 for information, or visit

Noon Break: Friends of the Beaches
Branch Library will present Judy
Ratcliffe from noon to 1 p.m. at Noon
Break. The program is free and open to
the public. 241-1142.


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Edward M. Booth Sr.

Patricia O. 'Trish" Johnson

Edward M. Booth Sr. died
May 27 after a three-year battle
with brain cancer. The Atlantic
Beach resident was a University
of Florida graduate and an
attorney. Booth grew up in
what was then South
Jacksonville, watching the
ferry's trips and also attending
the schools there, and even
playing football at Landon
when it was a senior high.
Being the youngest of three to
his widowed mother, he
worked at many jobs, includ-
ing selling magazines from his
bike. After graduation from the
university, Booth got a job
through friend and brother-in-
law Walter Arnold's connec-
tion with Harry Martin, who
was then county solicitor.
Booth later served as first assis-
tant county solicitor under
Lacy Mahon, then succeeded
Mahon when the latter's term
expired. County solicitor
Booth prosecuted some of the
most prominent office holders
in Jacksonville during the days
before consolidated city and
county government came in.

John Michael DeArment,
born June 23, 1949, in Kenova,
West Virginia, died on Sunday,
May 28, 2006. A son of the late
Betty Turner DeArment and
the late John A. DeArment, he
was a resident of Jacksonville
for 20 years. DeArment retired'
from CSX after 34 years of serv-
ice, and was currently
employed by Southwest Signal
Engineering. He was a member
of First Baptist Church in
Kenova, West Virginia. Family
members include.his wife of 36
years, Vickie; two sons,
Michael (Jennifer) of Shelby,
North Carolina, and Richard
(Beth' of Jacksonville; two

David Cordell Harris, 66 of
Jacksonville Beach, died on
May 27, 2006. He was born to
Robert Harris and Abigail
Higgins Harris on July 12, 19.39
in Sequatchie, Tennessee. He
was preceded in death by his
parents, brother, Thomas Ward
Harris and sister Mattie Odean
Harris Smith. He is survived by
four sisters: Mary E. Griffith of
Winchester, Tennessee; Opal L.
Rankin of Dunlap, Tennessee;
Georgia NI. Meemkin of Moore,
Oklahoma; and Wilma J. Bell
of Clarks Hill, South Carolina;
many nephews and nieces, and
his business partner of 38
years, Donald E. Griffin of
Jacksonville Beach. Harris
served in the U.S. Air Force as
S'an air policeman from 1958 to
1962. He worked with Great
Atlantic Boiler Services from
: 1970 until it closed in 2001. A
S funeral service will be held
today at 11 a.m. in the

Je rry Vargo

Jerry Vargo, 48, died May 24.
He is survived by his wife,
Sandy, and his children, Jeff,
Aaron, and Katelyn. He served
in the U.S. Navy.'
Funeral services were held
on Saturday in the chapel of
Quinn-Shalz Funeral Home,
with Reverend Randall Brownr
Interment followed, at the
Beaches MNlemorial Park of
Atlantic Beach with Military
Honors -provided, by the
Beaches Honor Guard. Services
under the direction and care of
Quinn-Shalz Funeral Home &
Cremation Centre in
Jacksonville Beach,

The 'convictions
in most cases led
to the old govern-
ment being
replaced. After his
office was abol-
ished, Booth
joined William
Hallow as Booth
Assistant State -
Attorney, who was one of the
best in the state. Booth was
well known in courts outside of
Jacksonville, representing
important clients throughout
the state and even in New York.
As proof of his outstanding
legal career, Booth was elected
to the American College of
Trial Lawyers. A lifelong physi-
cal fitness advocate, Booth
continued to work out at Ponte
Vedra Club long after his can-
cer struck three years ago.
Booth is survived by his wife,
Bonnie; son, Edward M. Booth
Jr.; daughter, Sharon; and four
grandchildren. In lieu of a
funeral, a memorial service will
be held at the Downtown
Cathedral on June 24.

Jordan of Kansas City, Kansas;
nieces Lesley Davis of
Marvville. Tennessee and Terri
Jordan of Kansas City,
Missouri; nephew Tony Jordan
of Kansas City, Kansas and
Chris Wolford of Maryville,
Tennessee. A visitation will be
held from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on
today. at Quinn-Shalz Funeral
Home. In lieu of flowers, the
family requests that donations
be made to Community
Hospice of NE Fla., 4266
Sunbeam Rd., Jacksonville, FL
32257. Funeral Services will be
held on Saturday, June 3 at
Reger Funeral Home of
Huntington, West Virginia, fol-

Funeral Home
chapel. Reverend
Tom Mclean, a I "
friend from
WVaxhaw, North
Carolina, will be
officiate. After his Harris
funeral, Harris
will be taken to his final resting
place -at Sardis Church
Cemetery in Whitwell,

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Patricia 0. iTrish) Johnson,
63, died on May 27, 2006 after
a battle with brain cancer. She
was born in County Cork,
Ireland on March 5, 1943. She
arrived in the United States at
the age of nine. She lived in
Pelham Manor, New York until
the age of 19, and moved to
Jacksonville in 1962. She was
pre-deceased by her parents,
John and Helen O'Connor, and
her brother Jerry. Family mem-
bers include her husband Ted
S. Johnson; sons, Todd C.
iCindy) Johnson and Ted S.
iLoreliei Johnson, Jr.; daugh-
ters, Erin (Stephen) Chliveny-
Pecot and Constance V. iTori)
Johnson; grandchildren, Craig,
Mathew, Douglas, Miranda and
Ruth; sister Maureen 0. ijim)
Basset of Howie in the Hills,
Florida. The Trisagion Service
will be held at 7 p.m. tonight at
St. John the Divine Greek
Orthodox Church on Atlantic
Boulevard. A visitation with

the family and reception will
take place immediately follow-
ing in the church hall. Funeral
services will be held at 1 p.m.,
Thursday, June 1 at St. John the
Divine Greek Orthodox
Church and internment will
follow at Oaklawn Cemetery.
Pallbearers are: Peter Bouras,
Jerry Felos, Sam Felos, Nick
Furris, Michael Kalleres, Ted
Pappas, George Parandes and
Photos Nichols. Honorary
Pallbearers are: Alice Davis,
Nancy -Falloon, Tina Griffin,
Patsy Johnson, Marcia Morales,
Gail Thornton, Maria White,
Margaret Yeager and Eunice
Zisser. In lieu of flowers, the
family requests donations be
made to The American Cancer
Society, The Humane Society
or Learn to Read. Services
under the direction and care of
Quinn-Shalz Funeral Home &
Cremation Centre, 3600 Third
St. South, Jacksonville Beach,

Carmelo LaMendola

Carmelo "Carmen"
LaMNlendola, 97. of New Port
Richey, Florida, died Sunday,
May 28 in the Sunshine
Christian Home in Holiday,
Florida. He was born in Italy
and moved from Atlantic
Beach to New Port Richey in
1999. He was a retired shoe-
maker for LaMendola Ballet
Shoes, where he crafted shoes
for the Rockettes of Radio City
Music Hall of New York City.
He was a member of St. John's
Catholic Church of Atlantic
Beach and the Italian-
American Club of Mineola,
New York. Hiss name. is
engraved on the wall. at Ellis

Island and he is the last of his
generation of 12 children.
Family members include his
daughters, Jo Murphy of New
Port Richey, Fla. and Anna
Brand of Hudson, Fla., 10
grandchildren and 10 great-
grandchildren. A visitation will
be held from 5 p.m. to-8 p.m.
on Thursday, June 1 at Quinn-
Shalz Funeral Home. In lieu of
flowers, memorial donations
may be made to Hernando-
Pasco Hospice, 12107 Majestic
Blvd., Hudson, TL 34667.
Services under "the direction
and care of Quinn-Shalz
Funeral Home.

Sylvia Jean Salzer

grandchildren, Claudia and lowed by interment in Sylvia Jean Salzer died on Benson (Brian Scull); lifelong
Clayton of Shelby, North Woodmere Memorial Park May 24. A Jacksonville native, friend Gordon Benson and
Carolina; one sister, Donna Cemetery. Services under the Salzer was born on January 17, many other family members
Wolford (John) of Knoxville, direction of Quinn-Shalz 1947. She was a graduate of and friends. Services were held
Tennessee; in-laws Clayton and Funeral Home & Cremation Fletcher High School, class of at 11 a.m. on Monday in Palms
Mary Powell of Kenova, West Centre in Jacksonville Beach. 1965, and she went on to be a Presbyterian Church in
Virginia; sister-in-law, Patricia dental hygienist, nurse, and lacksonville Beach with the
wedding coordinator. She was Rev. Dr. Tom Walker, Rev. Carol

'_F Z Hlf ta i--rn3 lZ '' presbyteria h""lhurch. 'Sal 'i Kuaua oficiaing. rh lieuo
was predeceased by her father, flowers, the family requests
Harmon Oliver Patten, who memorial contributions be
Felicita Fernandez died on Fernandez resided at Mt. died in 1990. She is survived by made to the American Cancer
May 27 in Jacksonville. Carmel Gardens in Jacksonville her mother, Lydia Patten; her Society. Services under the
Fernandez was born to Justino and was a devoted parishioner husband, Al Salzer; her daugh- direction and care of Quinn-
and Fela Fernandez on March of Prince of Peace Catholic ters, Dina Benson and Maria Shalz Funeral Home.

2, 1916 in NMorovis, Puerto
Rico. She was predeceased by
her brother-in-law, Fernando
(Caney) Storch and her.
nephews Fernando Jose Storch
and Ronald William Storch.
She leaves her sister, Lydia.
Storch, her nephew's
(Fernando) widow, Anne
Storch, their children and fam-
ilies: Anthony Storch
iSuzanne), Jeanna Houston
(David) and Amy Connor
Barnas (Ethan) and their two
children, Magdalena June and
Augustus Wolfe. Miss

Church. A viewing will be at 10
a.m. today at Prince of Peace
Catholic Church. A Rosary will
be prayed, followed by the
Mass of Christian Burial at 11
a.m. The honorary pall bearers
will be Anthony Storch and
David Houston. Following the
Mass, a service will be held at
Mt. Carmel Gardens at 1 p.m.
In lieu of flowers, donations
may be made to Prince of Peace
Catholic Church. Services
under the direction and care of
Quinn-Shalz Funeral Home.

Wesley Tigner

Wesley Tigner, 5.', died May 21
in lacksonville. He was born on 7_7
November 20, 1948 in Bolivar, -
Tennessee. Tigner joined the U.S.
Marine Corps and served during
the Vietnam War. He resided in 0
the Jacksonville area since 1983,
when he was employed by St. I
Johns River Power Park and later
by Jacksonville Electric Authority.
VWeslev is survived by son Bryan
Tigner of Knoxville, Tennessee,
and daughters Alicia Bennett of
Clarks-ille, Tennessee and Ashley
Bebout of Atlantic Beach; two sis-
.ters, four grandchildren and
many friends. Services were held
Saturday in the First Christian
Church of the Beaches. Graveside
,services were held Tuesday' in
Greenwood Cemetery in
Clarksville, Tennessee. In lieu of
flowers, donations may be made
to the medical fund for Alice
Hanks at the VyStar Credit Union
locations. Services under the
direction and care of Quinn-
Shalz Funeral Home.


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"Snowcloud Five" was the only recon aircraft the Navy lost while flying into hurricanes from 1944 to 1975. The P-2V Neptune
shown above disappeared after penetrating the'eye of Hurricane Janet on Sept. 26, 1955.

lost onl one 'hurricane

hunter' plane between 1944-75
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In 1955 feiv .Americans
knew anything about the men
Swho flew into the violent
hearts of storms. Datid
Toomev. from "Stormnchasers."

O rlando resident
Jim Meyer flew
into five hurri-
canes in the mid-
1950s as an aerographer's
mate on Navy reconnais-
sance planes known as
' Hurricane Hunters'
. He was scheduled to fly
into Hurricane Janet on
Sept. 26, 1955, but was
bumped days earlier "'to
make'- room for two
Canadian newsmen,"
according to the 2002 book
"Stormchasers" by David
Meyer, 73, is alive today.
because of that twist of fate.
"Snowcloud Five," a twin-
engine maritime patrol air-
craft that Meyer was sup-
posed to be on, is the only
recon plane the Navy lost in
31 years of flying into hur-
Nine Jacksonville Naval
Air Station sailors and two.
Toronto Star newsmen never
returned from a daylight
mission into Hurricane
.The Navy discontinued.

p.horicourtley ol WYrilD'' SAf.PSOCN
Lt. j.g. George Herlong

hurricane hunting in 1975.
.Only the Air Force Reserve
arid the National Oceanic
and Atmospheric
Administration (NOAA still
fly into hurricanes.
Hurricane season begins
tomorrow, June 1.
"I normally flew with the
aerologist on that plane,"
Meyer said in a phone inter-
"I stayed" there [in, the
Aerology Office, at NAS Jax].
until we didn't hear from
them anymore. Capt.
[Edward] Foster came into
my office, and he was shak-
ing." ,
Foster was the command-,
ing officer of Airborne Early
Warning .Squadron, Four
(VW-4), established in 1953.

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at the sprawling
Jacksonville Naval Air
Station near the St. Johns
The unit routinely flew
into tropical storms and
hurricanes, gathering mete-
orological data in the days
before early-warning radar
and satellite imagery. ..
According to
"Stormchasers," Air Force
and Navy crews had made
more than "a thousand mis-'
sions into hurricanes and
typhoons by 1955."
"Snowcloud Five" 'was
one of six P-2V Neptune
recon planes in the
Jacksonville unit.
All nine crewmen on the
plane lived in Jacksonville.
Sevxen were married, a few
with children.
Lt. Cmdr. Grover
Windham, a 34-year-old
pilot, lived on Timuquana
'Road, in walking distance
to his daughter's elemen-
Co-pilot George Herlong,
a .25-year-old junior grade
lieutenant, grew up in Lake
City. His wife was pregnant
with their first child.
Navigators .Thomas
Morgan, 24, and Thomas
Greaney, 26, were also jun-
ior grade lieutenants. Buck,
an aerologist who studied
atmospheric conditions,
rounded out the officers on.

"Snowcloud Five."
Crew chief J.P. Windham,
32, no relation to the pilot,
was the senior enlisted
man. Petty Officer Ist. Class
Joseph Combs, a radioman,
was "an old hat at hurricane
hunting," according to
Petty Officer. 2nd Class
Julius Mann, 22, manned.
the radar altimeter. Airman
Kenneth Clegg, 22,:'was a:
photographer making his
inaugural hurricane flight.
According to Toomey's
book, "The Navy recognized
the public relations possi-
bilities to be gained from
the presence of [the media],
and photographs of the
Canadian newsmen: with
the crew. would demon-
strate an interest in their
work that went beyond the,
gates at Jax."
Reporter Alfred Tate and
photographer Douglas
Cronk of the Toronto Star
were no fly-by-night jour-
The pair were, seasoned
newshounds. and World
War II veterans of the Royal
Canadian Navy. Tate,. 44,
was a war correspondent
who landed at Normandy.
Cronk had covered the
Koiean War.


G eorgia "Wynndy"
Sampson never knew
her father, Lt. j.g.
George W. Herlong.
He died co-piloting the
only U.S. Navy reconnais-
sance plane ever lost in a
"Mom's memories were all
I had," said Sampson in a--
phone interview this month.
"She was pregnant with
.me at the time. When the
accident happened, my
mother was hospitalized
immediately because she had
lost a baby the year before.
She was not able to attend
the memorial service."
Herlong, 25, a Lake City
native, and 10 other men
aboard Jacksonville-based
"Snowcloud Five," a twin-,
engine Navy aircraft, never
returned from a daylight
probe of Hurricane Janet in
September 1955. .
Sampson, 50, was born
four months after the inci-
dent, and until a few years,
ago, all that she knew about
her father's final mission was
what was contained in a
scrapbook her grandmother
gave her when she graduated
from high school in the mid-
: "I have my father's 22
Rifle, his [pilot's] wings, pri-
vate flight book, pictures,
telegrams and the tie he
wore on his wedding day,"
Sampson said in a May 29 e-
mail. .
"MVy father joined the
Navy in June 1952 because
they were drafting people
into the Army. He went to
California for basic training,
and-was stationed in Rhode
Islahd'and' then -in '
Jacksonville until his death."
I first reported on
" 'Snowcloud Five" a year ago
in The Beaches Leader to com-
memorate the first day of the
2005 hurricane season.
A sister publication, The
Lake City Reporter, ran a story
about Herlong on Sept. 19,
2004, titled "Lake City's
'Hurricane Hunter' killed in
A small monument to
Herlong, a 1948 Lake City
High graduate, resides in a
cemetery in Columbia
Sampson knew of the
monument, but she wasn't
aware that a book,
"Stormchasers" by David
Toomey, had been written in
2002 about her father's ill-
fated flight,
After years of flipping
through the scrapbook, fin-
gering the snapshQts and
rereading the telegrams and
letters of condolences from'
Navy commanders, Sampson
finally learned the whole
story behind the disappear-
ance of "Snowcloud Five"
and the 11 brave souls who
flew into Hurricane Janet's
Category 4 winds.
"I didn't learn about the
book until I did a search oh
the Internet," said Sampson,
a high school secretary and
bookkeeper in Phil
Campbell, Ala., located

about 90 minutes from
"I drove to Florence, about
an hour away, just to buy
the book. But it doesn't say a
lot about my daddy."
That's because Toomey, a
professor of English at the
University of Massachusetts
at Amherst, couldn't find
Sampson, or her mother, the
former- Befty Jane Daniels,
who know lives in %
Thomasville, Ga., where
Wynndy grew up; .
The author did locate the
wife and daughter of Lt.
Cmdr. Grover B. Windham,
the pilot of "Snowcloud
Five." ` "
Windham is the only
crewmember pictured in the
book. And Toomey.only was
able to turn up one blurry
photo of "Snowcloud Five,"
a P-2V Neptune "hurricane
hunter," one of six attached.
to Airborne Early Warning
Squadron Four based out of.
Naval Air Station
Jacksonville in the mid-
Like Toomey, I also came -
in'tbuch' with Sahmpson ohhl
after I wrote a review of
"Stormchasers" last June.
I promised Sampson I.
would include her in any
future story dealing with
"Snowcloud Five" and she
agreed to e-mail me photos
of the plane and of her
father, whograduated
summa cum laude in 1952
from Florida State University.
Herlong also has a street in
in Tallahassee named in his
Sampson never knew her
father, but thanks to
Toomey's book, a hurricane
hunters Web site and a
.scrapbook her grandmother
gave her when she turned
18, the former high school
cheerleader now champions
the memory of a forgotten-
chapter in naval aviation.
"I have all the official doc-
uments and everything else
that was sent to my mom,"
said Sampson, a mother of
two college students.'
"Because my father was
killed on active duty, the
Navy paid for my college
tuition. Thank you again for
letting people know about
this tragedy."
To read more about the
early hurricane hunters, visit
"Stormcha.sers" (W.W.
Norton, 314 pages) retails for
$14.95 at most booksellers.

Palms Preschool celebrates 20th anniversary with cookbook

Palms Preschool and Child
Care Center in Jacksonville
Beach is celebrating its 20th
anniversary by publishing a
cookbook, "20 Years with
The publication is dedicat-
ed to the staff and members
of the church congregation
who have contributed "to
the atmosphere that exists in*
the. Palms Community," the
cookbook says.
Since its inception in 1985
as a ministry of the church,
the school at 3410 3rd St. S.,
has served more than 2,000
families from the Beaches
and surrounding areas.
The school's assistant
director, Lynne Mallinson,
chaired the project.
The cookbook features

recipes from parents of cur-
rent and former students,
staff members, and church
One of the cookbook's
unique features is the cover
art, which was done by for-
mer student, Sam Switkes.
"20 Years at Palms" is
available from the school
office. The cost is $10. Call
247-0983 for more informa-
Mfallinson suggested sever-
al interesting recipes from
the cookbook for a dinner
menu. Most are relatively
easy to do.

Use the ripest tomatoes
available, ideally fresh from
the garden as Cristy Dewitt
does, for her recipe for
MediterraneaA Salmon or
Jacqueline Witt's recipe for
Caprese Salad. *
Both are excellent warm
weather fare.
Peppperoni Pizza Soup
from Kathy Prosser uses
everyone's favorite pizza top-.
pings to make a different
type of tomato soup.
Slices of Sherry Wood's
Beer Bread accompany the
soup or the main course of
the dinner.
This is one of the easiest
bread recipes to make with
no kneading or waiting for
the dough to rise.
Fresh tender asparagus is
delicious made with Sally
Giles' recipe for Roasted
Asparagus with Parmesan

After being coated with a
little olive oil and sprinkled
with a Parmesan crumb top-
ping, the asparagus roasts for
only 15 minutes in a hot
Cookie bars are always a
good dessert choice and two
outstanding recipes from the
cookbook are Outrageous
Brownies from Jackie Pawlick
and Chocolate Chip Cheese
Bars -from- Leigh Chapman.
Made with both chocolate
chips and unsweetened
chocolate, Pawlick's brown-
ies are also flavored with
instant coffee and plenty of
Chapman's cookie bars
combine two classic deserts,
chocolate chip cookie dough


Pre-school teacher Leigh Chapman, parent Cristy Dewitt,
and Palms Preschool director Robin Malcolm contributed to
the cookbook, "20 Years with Palms."


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Hunters.: Navy flew between 1944- 75

Hunters: Navy flew between 1944-75

Cont. from A-8
The' brash Tate told col-
leagues 'that "someday he
wanted to telephone a story
.from inside the eye," writes
Toomey.. .
Tate and Cronk. were not
the first journalists to fly into
a hurricane.
Legendary .Miami Daily.
News reporter Milt Sosin did
it in 1944. CBS legend
Edward R. Murrow flew into
Hurricane Edna, in 1954,
describing the eyewall as "a
great amphitheater, round as
a dollar. A great bowl of sun-,
"The Air Force and Navy
were ambivalent on the mat-\
ter of journalists as quests,"
according to,."Stormchasers."
"It was another balance of'
risk against risk, the chance
of favorable publicity versus
the possibility of loss of .life."
Tate and Cronk had waited
a year to hook-up with a hur-
ricane flight.
"Snowcloud Five" took off
from Cuba's NAS
Guantanamo Bay at 6:33 a.m.
on Monday, Sept. 26, 1955..
Herlong, who, grew up
washing planes at' Lake City
Airport in exchange for rides,
according to The Lake City
Reporter, would not live to see
his daughter born that fol-
lowing January.
The last audible transmis-:
sion from the crew.. x[as
recorded at -,8:30, that, i mcsn.T
ing as the 90-feet-long patrol
plane with the plexiglass
- nose bubble and bee-stinger-
like tail entered Hurricane
Janet's eyewall in the central
Caribbean at Latitude 15.4
North and Longitude' 78.2
S Visibility was between 3
and 10 miles and wind speed
was 52 mph, according to
"The nearest land was 200
miles in any direction and
the plane was roughly 700
miles from, the. National
Hurricane Center in Miami."
The flight was scheduled to
return to NAS Guantanamo
Bay around .4:30 that after-'

When "Snowcloud Five"
was overdue at 6:30 p.m., an
air and sea search was initiat-
ed. The.plane was officially'
listed as missing at 11 'p.m.
Navy planes and ships cov-
ered a search area 300'miles
long and 250 miles wide,, but
neither the 'plane nor its crew
were ever found.
The .search was officially
terminated on Sunday, Oct. 2.,
In the interim, the Navy.
continued to fly into. the eye
of Hurricane Janet, making
10 more recon flights before
the storm, packing: 110-mph
.winds, made landfall in the
Yucatan Peninsula qn Sept..
"Hurricane season at Jax
was something like a war,"
writes Toomey .in
"Stormchasers, 'so the
squadron's, work went on, fly-
ing two missions a day, 10 to0
12 hours each."
A \ W-4 crew that took off
after the missing plane "expe-
rienced wing overstress and
little or no aileron control,"'
while penetrating the eye,"
according. tO ,,. Toomey's
The pilot's request to return
to base was "granted immedi-
In his book, .Toomey,. an.
English professor at the
University of Massachusetts,
speculates that "Snowcloud
F iv ',,,oay,, ayh ', lost 4,v g i .,
power or hil-? NipRh-Et~.n r
when it entered the evewall,
or suffered some .type of
structural damage.
All three scenarios would
have caused the plane to
ditch into the sea, possibly
nose first or even upside
According .to
"Stormchasers, "a board of
inquiry into the incident
cleared both pilots of any
negligence, adding "under
the circumstances of sea and
wind, which prevail during
hurricane penetrations, it is
doubtful that a crew could
survive a ditching."
The board recommended,
that subsequent hurricane
hunter flights should be

undertaken only by planes
with four engines.
Memorial services for all 11
men were held at two NAS Jax
base chapels on Tuesday, Oct.
4, 1955.
, Following the service, a '
recon plane from VW-4 lifted
off from the base carrying
burial wreaths to be dropped
at the last known position of
"Snowcloud Five."
VW-4 flew hurricane mis-
sions without loss of life until
the unit was decommissioned
on April. 30, 1975. By: then,
the squadron had flown, more
than 2,000 missions, making
"1,390 penetrations into 281
storms,"'. according to
Despite the risks, hurricane
hunter crews "made no claim
to being a superior ;breed,"
added Toomey.
"The weather recon
squadrons would never enjoy
the general adulation accord-,
ed wai heroes or test pilots.
Most thought of themselves
merely as pilots in another
squadron at .ax."
Meyer, who left the Navy in
1956 as a Petty Officer 1st
Class, has his own theories
about what might have hap-
pened fo the 'crew of
"Snowcloud Five," two" of
whom he knew personally.
"Buck was a good friend of
mine andI knew Clegg from
bunking with him in the bar-
iacks," added Meyer.
"It could have been pilot
error,. they may have flown
into' a water spout or hit a
severe up or down draft."
While fighter pilots and
aerial combat crews are eligi-
ble for decorations such as
the\ Air Medal or the
Distinguished Flying Cross,
Meyer said hurricane crews in
his day were just glad to pad
their wallets with hazardous
duty pay known as "flight
"It was about '$40 or $60:
bucks a month," said Meyer.
"It was a duty we were
expected to perform. We were
just doing our jobs."

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Johnson siblings (above) Faithe,
3, and Ross. 5-1/2, pause
Saturday after providing
impromptu entertainment at the
Jacksonville Symphony concert
at the TPC at Sawgrass. where
Ross stood on a cooler and
mimicked the conductor while
his sister twirled and danced.
Below, some of the woodwinds
warm up before the 7 p.m. con-
cert under the stars, which drew
about 1,500 guests, among
them Evanne and Vic DiGenUi
(bottom, in back) and Lisa Flint
and (bottom right) Kimmie
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Recipes: Outrageous Brownies

Cont. from A-8
with a sweet cream cheese
layer, for an easy to make
Caprese Salad
(Jacqueline Witt)
4 ripe plum tomatoes,
sliced 1/4-inch thick
1 lb. fresh mozzarella
cheese, sliced 1/4-inch
thick, one-third cup fresh
basil leaves, chopped
3T. olive oil
2T Balsamic vinegar
Sea salt
Fresh ground pepper
Layer mozzarella and
tomato, topping each with
basil. Drizzle with olive oil
and vinegar. Season with salt
and pepper.

Pepperoni Pizza Soup
(Kafthy Prosser)
1 pkg. fresh or 2 small
cans of sliced mushrooms
1 finely chopped onion
2 tsp. olive oil
2 c. water
1 jar pizza sauce
1 pkg. sliced pepperoni
(cut slices in half)
2 can stewed, diced
2 tsp. Italian seasoning
2 tsp. garlic salt
one-quarter cup grated
Parmesan cheese
Shredded mozzarella
cheese. Saute mushrooms
and onion in oil until ten-
der. Add to water, pizza
sauce, pepperoni, tomatoes
and seasoning. Bring to a
boil over medium heat;
reduce heat; cover and sim-
mer for a half hour, stirring
occasionally. Before serving,
stir in Parmesan cheese.
Garnish-each serving by
sprinkling mozzarella cheese
on top.

(Cristy Dewitt)
one-quarter salt
one-quarter tsp. pepper
4 (6 oz) skinless salmon
Cooking spray
2 c. cherry tomatoes,
one-half cup zucchini,
finely chopped
2 T. capers, undrained
1 T. olive oil
1 sm. can sliced ripe
olives, drained
Sprinkle salmon with salt
and pepper on both sides.
Place fish in a single layer in
11 x 7 inch baking dish, co'-
ered with cooking spray.'
Combine tomatoes, zucchini,
capers, olives and olive oil.
Spoon m.ix over fish. Bake at
425 for 22 minutes.

Roasted Asparagus
with Parmesan Cheese
(Sally Giles)
Ilb. asparagus, cleaned
and trimmed
1 T. olive oil, divided
2 T. grated parmesan
1 T. soft white bread
1 tsp, margarine, melted
Heat oven to 450. Place
the asparagus on a baking
pan. Drizzle the spears with
1-2 tsp. olive oil and toss to
coat. Combine the cheese,
bread crumbs and margarine.
Sprinkle the asparagus with
the cheese mixture and driz-
zle with the remaining olive
oil. Bake uncovered, until
the asparagus is just tender,
about 15 minutes.

Beer Bread
(Sherry Wood)
1 unrefrigerated beer
3 c. self-rising flour
3 T. sugar
Butter (to brush)
Mix first three ingredients
and pour into a loaf pan.
Bake uncovered for 30 min-

utes at 350. Remove to brush
top with butter, then bake
15 minutes longer.

Chocolate Chip
Cheese Bars
(Leigh Chapman)
32 oz. refrigerator choco-
late chip cookie dough
2 8 oz. pkgs. cream
cheese, 2 eggs, 1 cup sugar
Preheat oven to 350
degrees. Break cookie dough
in half. Press half in the bot-
tom of a greased 9 x 13 inch
pan. Beat cream cheese,
sugar, and egg.'. Pour into
pan. Crumble remaining
cookie dough on top. Bake
for 35 to 40 minutes or until
toothpick cone out clean.
Outrageous Brownies
(Jackie Pawlick)
1 lb. unsalted butter
1 lb. plus 12 oz. choco-
late chips
6 oz. unsweetened choco-
.6 extra large eggs
3 T. instant coffee gran-
2 T. pure vanilla extract
two and one-quarter cups

one and one-quarter cups
all-purpose flour
1 tsp. salt
3 c. chopped walnuts
Preheat oven to 350.
Butter and flour a 12x18x1
inch baking sheet.
Melt together butter, 1
pound of chocolate chips
and unsweetened chocolate
in medium bowl over sim-
mering water. Allow to cool
slightly. In large bowl, stir
(do not beat) together eggs,
coffee granules, vanilla and
sugar Stir warm chocolate
mixture into egg mixture
and allow to cool at room
temperature. In medium
bowl, sift together 1 cup of.
flour, baking powder and
salt. Add to the chocolate
mixture. Toss walnuts and 12
ounces of chocolate chips in
a medium bowl with 1/4 c.
of flour, add to chocolate
batter. Pour into baking
sheet. Bake for 20 minutes,
rub sheet against oven shelf
to force air to escape
between the pan and brown-
ie dough. Bake about 15
more minutes. Refrigerate.
Cut 20 squares.


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Pnotos by ROB DaANGELO
ABOVE: Pat Maftn makes an acrobatic move during Saturday's
Jammers Frisbee competition on Jacksonville Beach.
LEFT. Sarah Be tries for some style points during the co-
ed team portion =Jammers contest.



.JacksonvWe Beach was the
site of the ninth annual
Jammeis Championship Frisbee
Tournament, a freestyle contest
featuring some of he world's
top competitors.
Tile contest portion of
Jammets took place Saturday
afternoon in front of the
Seaspray Condos on 9th
Avenue South. but competitors
took to the beach from Friday
through Monday to demon-
strate their tncks.
Freest-N-le Fnsbee features trick
throws, catches and acrobatic
moves. judges score the t-%vo-
member teams, who perform to
music and try to keep the fris-
bee from hitting the ground.
Scores are based on di-fticulty,
execution and piesentabon.
There are no set rules about
moves or routines and comped-
tots are encouraged to develop
their own stvles. Some have
compared jamin-ing t6 an art
form in which participants get
into a "zone" and just flov with
the rotating disc instead of
adhering to pie-arranged rou-
tines. '
One of the kevs to a good per-
formance is to keep Lhe frisbee
spinning for most or aH of the
routine. To that end, a number
of playets use press-on nails or
thin pieces of rubber and plastic

glued to their fingers to with-
stand the hours of practice and
Paul Kenny was responsible
for bringing the Jammers 2006
event to Jackson%,We Beach. A
former three-time Freestyle
Plavers Association world
champion, Kenny lives in
jacksonville- Beach and said he
was pleased competitors from as
far away as Puerto Rico,
Denmark and Hawaii participat-
Whi-le many of jammers com-
peted in Saturda%'s contest, oth-
ers came out sLmplN- to demon-
strate their skills, give inLroduc-
torv lessons to curious beach-
goers or practice their moves.
Kenny said many of
Saturday's winners will also
compete in this year's FPA
world championships in Berlin,
Genaianv. I
The rst freestyle champi-
onst-Lips took place in 1974, the
same year some enterprising
Frisbee throwers discovered the
nail delay, or how to keep the
disc spinning on the end of
their fingers. They developed
the California west coast style,
which consists of moves into
the wind.
Later, a New Ibrk east coast
style of play was developed that
focused more on technique and
so-called center-delav move-




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Suns' Goodman proves you can come home

"I don't try to keep up with t ha
Goodman la ghs, 'but %ve have en 01 -, h
u I h J
here in the park to keep us busy. J ave i
20 full-time employees, including
interns, and it's a full-time job.
"NIN, hours are 9 a.m. until 11 p.m.
on game days, more if there's a r3in
delav or extra innings. For clay games
and ilavs when the team is on the road,
I'm here from 9 until 5, almost like an
ordinary office job."
The day ga mes are few, except for
Sunclavs. "BusinessPERSONS" matinees
are t ev, too.
"Ordinary" isn't the word for a base-
ball general manager's job. There are a
multitude of chores ranging from tick-
et sales to special appearances to vari-
ous other special promotions, all of
which have to be planned. There's the
constant attention to the grounds,
playing conditions are a must, and the
orderly appearance of the stands is
very important, too.
Cine thing that Goodman and his
predecessor, Bragan, are %veil acquaint-
ed with is the telephone. There seems
to be no end of fans or business people
calling for information or to make
Baseball officials from out of town
are frequent callers, as %veil. Players are con-
stantly seeking favors for family members or
friends, too.
But Goodman seems to take it all in stride.
"It's baseball and I knew what I was getting
into from the start. I don't know of another
job I'd take over it," he says.
Even in the offseason Goodman remains
busy, participating in youth athletics, offici-
ating in football and basketball, from Pop
Warner and clevelopmental status to high
school level. An accomplished pianist (les-


Those who agree with the age-old sa
"You can't go home again," should go
the Ball Grounds of Jacksonville and
Kirk Goodman, newly appointed ge
manager of the Jacksonville Suns.
Goodman, who was promoted to the
tion after several years as assistant tc
Peter Bragan, Jr., returned after two year
away to help the Suns open the
new park in 2002.
Nlavbe he didn't come home
his natal beginnings int
Wyalusing, Pa., but he did
return to his adopted one,
.Jacksonville, so it amounts
to the same thing. Not
only could he come
home again, then, but he
came home and picked up
things as though he'd
never left for another
Since a good man is
hard to find, the Peter
Bragans knew a "good
man" when they had him.
This is Goodman's second time ix
emploNr of the Suns, starting in 1997,
he joined the front office after a profes!
baseball education in various places, iT
ing an internship with the Los Ar
After two years as director of marl
with the Suns, he was promoted to ass

general manager. That proved to be idst the
jumping off point"for this young ambitious
fellow, %vho then joined the Portland, Ore.,
aying, club in their return to Ttiple A and the Pacific
visit Coast League. He added to that a job with the
meet Portland Timbers as thev came back to pro-
eneral fessional soccer. One" might sav that
Goodman was working on his masters degree
posl- in bas6all operations.
o GM Goodman is a man who knows about edu-
rs cation. He graduated Summa Cum
Laude from Ithaca College in Ithaca,
N.Y., in December 1997 with a bach-
e or s degree in Corporate
. Communication.
He realIN got his first inkling of
baseball promotions during an
internship with the Boise
Hawks of the Northwest
League. When the Bragans
first hired Goodman thev
TM knew they had a man wit
a pretty good background of
the game, as young as he
Goodman says he knew
h liked his job here even
when the Suns had to do as
well as they could in the old ramshackled
n the Sam %Volfson Park. He liked the community
when and me Bragans.
;sional As general manager, Goodman follows in
nclud- the hurried footsteps of Peter Bragan, Jr., who
ngeles is here and there faster than most can keep
track of, with speaking engagements and spe-
keting cial appearances at schools and a great man),
sistant business appointments as well.

sons in childhood), Goodman likes all types
of music and lie loves working on his
Arlington home and spending time with his
10-year-old beagle, Rlpken, and his new bea-
gle puppy. jazz.
For a young bachelor, Goodman is quite a
familv man. As for a wife, he says he is cur-
rently accepting applications and holding
trvouts for a Mrs. General Manager. But appli-
cants should be reminded not to expect him
home every night early. It. depends on the


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and when she and Jim opened
Cliff's Bar and Grill just two
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but no one will recognize the
club once they stop by." .
Everything is new and improved at the Days Inn Neptune
Beach --- the motel arid the lounge, she says. "The new Days,
Inn will soon be finished totally remodeling all:of its .129
rooms to ensure 100-percent guest satisfaction," says Susan
Schaad, director of sales and marketing for the hotel. "With so
many Beaches hotels and motels being replaced with condo-
miniums, the Days Inn still boasts one of the best values at the
Beaches and offers average rates at less than $100 per night."
As'for the lounge, most people wouldn't recognize it now.
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the addition of a new bar on the main floor, a new sound sys-
temrn with Bose speakers, a new stage and even new HEAP fil-
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hotel is looking for someone to lease the kitchen .for outside
catering, inside events and, of course, to supply a full .enu
for Cliff's at the Beach," says Lori.
The weekly lineup at Cliff's at the Beach offers something
for everyone. "We have Sinful Sundays for Industry People,
karaoke on Wednesday and top-notch local live bands on
Friday and Saturday," says Lori:
Featured bands include the popular Ron Perry, Cloud Nine
and Bliss and new bands Ruckus, Alpha Dog, Quest, The
Madhatters, Jay Garrett and Tytus Hale, just to name a few.
"We're also interested in doing an open-mike night on
Thursday," adds Lori.
At C li off's there is never a cover charge and you must be 21
to enter.
The club offers even more than good music, including a
pool table, electronic darts, Golden T, tabletop games, and a
2,300-song Internet jukebox with an unlimited selection of
Internet downloads. all in a beachy atmosphere with surf-
boards on the walls. When football season rolls around, Cliff's
at the Beach will offer fans NFL Sunday Ticket at no charge.
"\Ve welcome all Booster Clubs," says Lori. ... -
Cliff's at the Beach is also available for private functions for
groups up to 120 persons with no charge for the nightclub
available until 7 p.m. on Saturday or Sunday." \Ve cater all
Ves orf events from business meetings and corporate par-
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banquet room, for which outside catering is available," says
Lori. "The Days Inn offers unbeatable rates for out-of-town
guests and responsible partyers who don't drink and drive,"
adds Susan. After your function you can go over to Cliff's on
Friday and Saturday for your guests to enjoy the entertain-
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More kings' and great action from the Pier

L ast Tuesday morning,
Capt. Brian Angers took
J.friend Dana "Catfish"
Brown and his sons Nick and
Kyle Brown on a kingfish trip
on the "Banshee."
They put their live pogies
out over the .V. bottom and
caught 10 kings weighing up
to 20 pounds. They also
caught a beautiful seven-foot
sail, the first we've heard of
off Mayport this season. They
were not in the sailfish pot.
Capt. Bubba Ryan and
friends have made three very
successful blue water trips
recently aboard the "Wet
Spot." Last Thursday, Bubba
with his son Austin, Jimmy

Steeg and Dana Brown' trolled
62 miles offshore with bally-
hoo for 10.dolphin weighing
up to 30 pounds. They also
finished the exciting day'by '
getting 12 jumps out of a 200-
pound blue marlin.
Earlier in the week Capt.
Bubba with his wife Patti and
friend Warren Black fished
from the "Wet Spot" in the
same general area, trolled a
while for four dolphin and
then spent the rest of the
morning bottom fishing. They
caught five snapper to 15
pounds and one 18-pound
On the third trip recently,
Bubba with Jimmy Steeg, his
son Alex and Bryan Angers

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Capt. Ryan Beaubouef with a 43-pound dolphin caught May 17
aboard "Blue Water Dreams." It was one of seven large dolphin
caught on the trip.

aBiBHt"^ .;

used ballyhoo for bait and
caught 14 dolphin to 22
pounds and eight triggerfish
to eight pounds.
Andrew Wilson caught the
second king of the young sea-
son from the Jacksonville
Beach Pier last Thursday. The
10-pound king highlighted
the pier fishing last week.
Others picked up a few
Spanish, trout and whiting
during the week.
Jetty guide Fred Morrow
took his guests Hardle and
Manny Burch to the creeks
not too far from Nassau
Sound last week and picked
up 24 redbass. Fifteen of their
reds measured 19 to 27 inch-
The "Mayport Princess" tied
up at Monty's Marina last
Tuesday afternoon with
dozens of happy anglers. They
brought off snapper weighing
up to 28 pounds, kingfish,
mangrove snapper, beeliners
and several grouper.
David Rose caught the 28-
pounder. Ed Burruss cleaned a

13-pound snapper. Inez
Higgenbotham brought a 13-
pound snapper off the
"Princess" and Kelly Cotner
took pictures of his 12-pound
Larry "Fishmarn"'Finch had
a great week on the flounder
with friend George Altelevicih.
They used finger mullet on
Friday along the river banks
to net 48 flounder to six
pounds last Friday. Earlier in
the week in the same area
they brought 24 flounder
Canal guide John Dyrssen
with Howard Amer and his
friend fished the canal last
Tuesday with live shrimp.
They caught two 10-pound
flounder, six trout they could
keep and two redbass.
Capt. David King from his
"Crusty Crab" found both
Spanish and blues around the
end of the jetties last
Thursday. It didn't take long
for him to fill his cooler.
Capt Chip WVingo and his
guests used mud minnows last
Tuesday in the creek off the
canal and had plenty of
action. They caught nine red-
bass (21 to 28 inches), 15
flounder to four pounds and
one big trout.
Capt. Kirk Waltz had four
great days of fishing from his
"Enterprise." On Monday,
with Bill Long and his sons
using pogies for bait the party
accounted for 24 redbass to
33 inches, Bill Yost and Dale
Thornburg put their pogies
down just outside the rocks
on Tuesday and caught 15
On Thursday morning it

SPnoti subrrnnea
Warren Black prepares to clean a great catch of snapper and
dolphin he made recently aboard the "Wet Spot" with Bubba and
Patti Ryan.

was Jerry Devore and his son
Zachery's turn aboard.the
"Enterprise." They caught
nine reds, a pair of jacks and a
13-pound blue at the rocks
and then trolled the north rip
and caught a 20-pound king-
The Adam Hunter party
with Capt. Kirk, not to be out-
done, took the boat to the
M.G. bottom and trolling live
pogies caught eight big kings
to 30 pounds, one cuda and
one bonita.
Capt. Bryan Russell on his
Jacksonville Sport Fishing
Charters fished the bottom at
B.B. and R.L. for three kings,
four bonita, several cuda, two
snapper and lots of seabass.
Capt. Dave Sipler with the
Doug Gaines party which
included son Pal[ and 12-
year-old Chelsea fished only a

half day last Tuesday for sLx
reds, four speckled trout and a
On Friday morning, Capt.
Dave with Al and Dave
Guzzino along with Ken
Simpson fished the river for a
redbass, flounder and three
trout to five pounds.
"Little Man" stopped by B
& Nf and weighed up a 53-
pound cobia that he and his
friends caught on the south
side of the jetties.
Steve Schell on the
"Hammerhead" with Capt.
Minton Rose and mate Chico
Resales caught five kings and
several bonita on a trip off-
shore last Sunday.
.The real excitement came
when they hooked and land-
ed a 42-pound cobia on a
cane pole.
Good Fishing.


Baseball School
The Sunshine Baseball Schc
will take place at Wingate Par
in Jacksonville Beach on the f
lowing dates:
June 5-8; June 12-15; June
22 and June 26-29.
Instruction takes place
Monday to Thursday from 8:3
a.m. until 3:30 p.m.
The Sunshine Baseball Schc
features instruction from
Fletcher varsity coach Kevin
Brown, and current Senators
. assistant coaches Dr. Jim
Timmons and Boomer
Bernstein. Cost is $125 per se
sion and includes lunches,
drinks and T-shirt. For more
information contact Dr. Jim
Timmons at 223-1664 or 521-

Basketball Camp
Matt Kilcullen's Osprey
Basketball Camp will take pla
at the University of North
Florida from May 30 until Ju.
2; June 5-9; June 26-30 and J.
3-7 for kids ages 8 to 17.
Camp is conducted in the
UNF Arena, an air-conditione
facility with three regulation-
size. courts and two half-court
Lunch is included as part of t
camp tuition.
For more information phoi
620-2494 or 620-2495.
Tommy Hulihan's Beaches
Basketball Camp at St. Paul's
School takes place July 24-28.
Camp for those entering grad
3-5 is from 8 a.m. until 11 a.r
Camp for grades 6-9 takes pla
from 12:30 p.m. until 3:30 p.
Cost is $85, but registration
after July 1 is $90. For more
information visit www.beachi
basketball.com or phone
Tommy Hulihan at 349-2611

Beaches Basketball League
St. Paul's School includes an &
game season for kids ages 3 t(
rising 6th graders. Four divi-
sions of play will be featured:
Pre-K (co-qd), K-lst (co-ed), 2n
3rd (boys and girls teams) and
4th to rising 6th with separate
boys and girls teams.
Cost is $85 and all players
receive a T-shirt and trophy.
Deadline to register is June 2.
For more information visit
beachesbasketball.com or
phone Tommy Hulihan at 34

Pop Warner Cheerleading a
Football is now accepting regi
rations. For more information
visit www.jaxbeachjaguars.cor
or phone 247-3468.

A summer lacrosse league fo
varsity and adult men is forming
and will begin play soon. The
season runs through the end c
An informational and regist
tion, meeting will take place M
31 at 6 p.m. at Landrum Midd
School. Players must be memb
of U.S. Lacrosse. For more info
nation, visit pontevedralax.co
or phone Scott Cleary at 673-

Flag Football
ol A flag football skills camp for
k kids in grades 3 through 12 will
ol- take place June 19-23 from 9 a.m.
until 2 p.m. at the University of
19- North Florida. Camp features sev-
eral current and former Jaguars
players including Kyle Brady and
30 Lonnie Marts.
Cost is $175 for the week.
9ol Register online at i9sports.com or
by phoning 992-GAME.

Flet'cie Soccer Camp' Ail' take
place jiily 17-20' anid July 24-27
s- at San Pablo Elementary School "
fields (across from Fletcher High
Camp for 7th to 12th graders
takes place from 9 a.m. until
noon. Cost is $130 per week or
I $240 'for both weeks. Discounts
P are available if paid before June
ce Camp for 5- to 10-year-olds
takes place July 17-20 from 5
ne p.m. until 7 p.m. Cost is $65.
uly Clinicians include Bentley
College head coach Peter,
Simonini, Fletcher High boys
.d 'coach Mike Levine, Fletcher girls
coach Megan Pardue and mem-
ts.' bers of the Embry Riddle
he University soccer team.
For more information phone
ne Mike Levine at 635-8969 or e-
mail Megan Pardue at
Sports Illustrated For Kids' Kick-
It 3v3 soccer tour will take place
les in Jacksonville on June 10-11
m. from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. at
ice Dennis Violet Soccer Complex in
m. Orange Park.
i. The event allows area teams a
chance to quality for the Kick-lt
es- regionals.
Cost of registration is $150 per
team and the deadline is June 4.
For more information log onto
at www.3v3socceccom.

o Island FC is forming boys and,
girls travel soccer teams for the
2006-7 season. Teams will be
nd- offered in the following age
d groups: LI-12 (bom on or after
e 8/1/94 but before 7/31/96); U-14
(bom on or after 8/1/92 but
before 7/31/94); U-16 (bom on or
after 8/1/90 but before 7/31/92)
and U-18 for those born on or,
after 8/1/88 but before 7/31/90.
Girls tryouts will take place
9- June 12 and 14 at San Pablo
Elementary fields from 5:30 p.m.
until 7:30 p.m. Boys team tryouts
all will take place June 13 and 15.
nd For more information contact
s- Megan Pardue at 234-2646 or via
n e-mail at ulrichmCgeducationcen-
m tral.org.

St. Paul's Sports
)r St. Paul's summer sports carips
rg feature participation in team
sports and age-appropriate activi-
if ties. Basketball, flag football, kick
ball,'tag and more are offered. On
ra-: Friday's, campers have pizza and
ay go to Beach Bowl.
le Camp sessions are weekly from
iers the end of May until late July. For
r- more information visit
m www.beachesbasketball:com or
phone Tommy Huiliani at 349-

Strollerfit exercise with your
baby. Outdoor passes where moth-
ers turn their strollers into portable
exercise machines are taking place
in Atlantic Beach Thursdays and
Saturday, and Fort Caroline
Monday, Wednesdays and Fridays
from 9:30 a.m. until 10:30 am.
For more information phone
Siobhan Reigle at 997-8364 or visit

The Lisa -iaderson Chalendge
is a free, all-women's amateur .
contest that provides an opportu-
nity for advanced female surfers
to be scouted by four-time world
champion Lisa Anderson and the
Roxy surf team manager. Women
ages 10 to 22 are welcome.
The Jacksonville Beach stop
will take place June 7 just north
of the Jacksonville Beach Pier.
Registration will begin at 9 a.m.
and the surf challenge will be
from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m.
Contest will be a jam-style
competition and judges will
award prizes for.best overall
impression. In case the surf is
flat, participants are encouraged
to bring photos or videos of
themselves in action to leave
with Roxy for review.
Following the contest, an
advanced screening of Roxy's
newest film,'"Shimmer," will
take place at the Atlantic
Repertory Theater (across from
Aqua East.)
For more information \isit
or phone Shauna Freese at (714)
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The Grom Surfing Associa-tion
[GSA] is now called JaxPier Surf
Camp and is still located at 2nd
North. The contact number is
Application forms and-dates
can be found on jaxpier.com.
JaxPier Surf Camp is the only
surf camp in the nation with a
live streaming camp cam of the
children and young adults.
For information on the Grom
Surfing Series [GSS], call Charley
Halek at 247-5538.
The Florida Surfing Association
offers advanced, professional and
intermediate amateur competi-
tions as well as surfing camps and
clinics. For more information, visit
the website at www.florida-surf-
ing.org or call (904) 626-9090.

Jacksonville Beach Tennis Center
will conduct a series of camps at
Huguenot Park on the following
dates and times:
Beginner Junior Camp II from 9
am. until 11 a.m. June 5-8.
Intermediate Junior Camp Ifrom
9 a.M. until 11 am. June 12-15. -
; 'Beginner Adult Camp I from 6:30
pn.m. until 8:30 p.m. June 12-25.
Beginner Junior Camp Ml from 9
am. until 11 a.m.June 26-29.
Intermediate Adult Camp I from
6:30 p.m. until 8:30 p.m. June 26-
29. .
Beginner Junior Camp IV from 9
a.m. until 11 a.m. July 10-13.
Beginner Adult Camp II from
6:30 p.mn. until 8:30 p.m.July 10-13.
Intermediate Junior Camp Il

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Ponte Vedra Leader 330 Stables/Livestock
340 Lost/Found Pets
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$7.10 First 10 Words 520 Jobservices
S530 Bus Opportunity
470 each add'Il word 540 Child Care

$8T10 Service Guide.
$8.10 First 10 W ords 600 Services

470 each add'l word 601 Air Conditioning
602 Alterations
FOR MORE .'607 Auto/Boat Detailing
609 Bus. Services
249-9033 612Carpet
Hours: Mon. Fri. 613 Catering
8:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m. 615 Cleaning
1114 Beach Blvd. 618 Electronics
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SA 620 Equip. Rentals
: 622 Fences
Real Estate, Rentals 623 Finan. Services
100 Real Estate 200 Rental 625 Firewood
110 Lois'Land for Sale 215 Home for Rent
120 Homes for Sale 225 Wanted to Rent 631 Computer Service
125 Real Estate 230 Condo for Rent 634 Lawn Mower
Wanted 240 M.H. for Rent Services'
" 10 Condos for Sale 260 Vacation Rental 635 Lawn Svc'
' JI Mortgages 270 Rental to Share Landscpg
50 Mobile Homes 275 Room for Rent 636 Locksmith
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1 % Comm Property 285 Comm. Rental 637 Manne Const
185 Indusirial.' 638 Marine'Boating
Warehouse 640 Conciete'Ma.ionry
S. .645 Moving & Silrage
643 Piessuie Wa trj

Service Guide cont.
650 Painting ,
651 Pest Control
652 Plumbing.
654 Photography
655 Rain Gutters
660 Remodel/Const.
665 Repairs
670 Rooling
675 Sprinkler & Wells
677 Tree Service
s 678 Tile

685 Wallpapering
690 Water Treatment
Health Services
.'0 Massage Ther3py
710 Health Care Serc.
730 Caregivers'
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800 For Sale
805 Music & Instr.
810 Antiques
815 Auctions
820 Wanied to Buy
830 Consignment
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850 Jax Beach
S'852 Neptune Beach
854 Aliantic Beach
856 Mayporn
857 Ponte Vedra
858 Wesi Beaches
s 859 Jacksonville
860 Flea Marl'et
862 Esrale Sales
905 Aulo Renial
915 Boaws
930 Motorcycles
950 Crampers.'RV s.
970 Trucl' 'Vans
980 Automobiles

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Hir, dune besi view on Beach Avenue.'

Partially renovated on 2nd SI Just $599K
Soncrele apr bldg. 560K income.
3rd floor max upgrades. $1.050M or
irrkey $1 i080M
Open split 3/2, dock big + small boat.
I.r85K Call Suz. at 887-6594
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GEORGIA- Blairsville in Ine North Georgia
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NORTH GEORGIA new homes in a Gated
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to Allania & the Coasi Walerfront com-
murniy with incredible moss-draped hard.
wood-. Planned clubhouse docks, 8,
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Find buyers at
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NORTH CAROLINA gated lakefront com-
munity. 1.5 acres plus, 90 miles of shore-
line. Never before offered with 20% pre-
development discounts, 90% financing.
Call (800)709-5253.

VA MOUNTAINS 5 acres winh froniage on
very large pristine creek, very priuar, ex-
cellenl fishing, canoeing good access.
near New River Trail Slate Park. $39,500
Owner 18661789-8535 www.mountair.
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NC MOUNTAIN Sale No Paymernls isi
Year Weslern NC Mouniain near Bre.
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EASTERN TN Mouniains Amazing roiling
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$40's Grand Opening EvenI 6.2 6'4
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appi 1866)292-5769. .

Ridge Lake Reson. a privale, galed com-
munity with both lake-view and mounlain-
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fiom $40K. On the border 90 min to Nash-
ville Phase II selling nowl, Owner
100% LOT loan financing. No down pay-
ment. Call Kelly at 568-4810 or 273-8620.

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in Western North Carolina offering spectacular long
range mountain views! 1 to 7 acre parcels starting
@ $39,900 to $89,900. Two lane paved roads,
underground utilities and beautiful private wooded
sites. New log cabin shells on 1-2 acre sites $89,900
to $132,900. Single story ranch or two story chalets
available. Call for free info: 828-247-0081

2123 FOREST Gale Dr E., Kensingron
5269,000 3BR' 2BA, 1908sl. beauiilul
home siluaied on a lovely laketronl loed
Huge eat-in-iicrer, w' breakfastl ar. gor-
geous ceramic tile highriignri ine loyer
kIchen & boIr. bahroors., lovely master
s. siie W." sepaiaie IU & shower. breezy
screened lanai. brignh & open lamily roomrr
w': irplc & security system Call Assisi 2
Sell Buyers & Seliers Real Estaie 247.
4442 or view online -'. laxbeslnomes.com
12530 TWILIGHT Ln. Slerling Ridge
$219.900 3BR' 2BA, 145751, bright &
open .floor plan,, lovely family room w/
frplc & vaulled ceilings! Deligrriul eal-in
or, oversized concrete pal., huge lully
fenced backyard! Call Assis 2 Sell Buyers
& Sellers Rear Esrare 247-4442 or view
online @ jaxbeslr.omes com
2509 BEAUn'BERRY Cir. W.. The
Woods. reduced for quick sale $419 000
4BR 2BA. 2577st fabulous home w lake
view' Brgni & cneerlul kilcnen w, break-
'.fasi nook & bar lovely lamilv room w,
marble ille & gas Irpic spacious master
sulle w, sliding doors 10 palo Decoraltive
& archiaeciural Ioucnesl Breezy coved pa.
tio Carl Assisi 2 Sell Buyers & Sellers Re.
al Eslale 247-4442 or view online 4
SOUTHSIDE OFF Belfort. Brick home,
3BR 2BA, 1895sf. $292,500. Bring all of-
fers. Independent Brokers 710-3111. .:
deal Built in 2000. This 2500sf.,
4BR/2.5BA home is like newly 1136 24th St
'N. Call 904-704-7966. $439,500.
Selva Linkside
1935sf. Only $494,500. (904)472-4039.
New constructIor located at 6th Ave. S. &
9in Sr in Jax Bch 3BR/ 2.5BA, 1700sf,
tiled first floor, owners suite w/ luxury bath,
separate shower, private deck. Custom
kitchen,' designer fixtures throughout. Dual
A/C, sprinkler system, fenced yard, 2 car
garage. Move in before summer! Offered
at $325,000. Call for showing 249-6150.
Will co-op with realtors.,
ATLANTIC .BEACH. 3 Blocks to Beach,
2BR/1BA on 60'x150' lot, 255 Sherry Dr.
$479,000. 349-2504.
3BR/2.5BA. Waterview. Tennis, pool..
Gated. $417,000. (904)910-7036.
13130 WEXFORD'Hollow Rd. N., Jax Golf
& Country Club, $589,000. 4BR/ 3.5BA,
3103sf. gorgeous home on the golf
course Beautiful family room w/ tiled frpc.,,
& built in bookshelves, delightful kitchen
w/ upgraded cabinets, lovely master suite
w/ two large walk-in closets, crown mold-
ing, irrigation system, screened lanai w/
fantastic hot tubl Call Assist 2 Sell Buyers
& Sellers Real Estate 247-4442 or view
online @ jaxbesthomes.com
2786 COACHMAN Lakes Dr., Arlington.
$247,9000. 3BR/ 2BA, 1616sf, spectacu-
lar home in Coachman Lakes! Cheerful
kitchen w/ breakfast nook & bar, decora-
tive lighting fixtures, beautiful fauxwood
blinds throughout, glamorous master bath
w/ garden tub, marble vanity, & glassed in
shower, lovely large wooden deck, fully
fenced backyard that backs to a nature
preserve Extra parking Open House Sat
& Sun 12-3. Call Assist 2 Sell Buyers &
Sellers Real Estate 247-4442 or view on-
line @ jaxbesthomes.com
3BR/1.5BA, 1400sf, 1-car garage, large
corner lot. 4 Blocks to Ocean. 505 Bowles
St. $399,900. 333-1076, 246-7710.

MURPHY, NORTH Carolina. Aah cool
summers, mild winters. Affordable homes
& mountain cabins. Call for free brochure.
(877)837-2288. Exit Realty Mountain View
Properties. www.exitmurphy.com.
Western New Mexico Private 74 Acre
Ranch $129,990 Mt. views, trees, rolling
hills, pastureland, wildlife, borders BLM.
Picturesque homesite at 6,700' elevation.
Horseback riding, hiking, hunting. Perfect
family ranch, electricity. 100% financing.
NALC (866)365-2825.
BARTRAM PARK. New Lakefront Town-
house. 1496sf, 2BR/2.5BA, bonus room,
garage. Upgrades & extras. 2 Minutes to
95, 9A & 295. $240k. Stephen, 880-9393.
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NC MOUNTAINS. 1.90 Acres w/ 75 mile
view & hardwood trees. Financing availa-
ble, at $59,000 w/ little down. Perfect for
log cabin. This one won't last call today
(800)699-1289 or
BEAUTIFUL N.B. LOT. 1/2 Acre. Many
large Oaks. $340k. 591-5059.
ATLANTIC BEACH. 328 10th Street,
85'x130'% Close- to Ocean. $699,000.
Steve McGuire, 246-9915.
LOT- 50'X100' Vilanor Bch, $199,000.
Grace Ellis, All Pro Realty Specialists.
655-7923 (cell)
CHOICE HUNTING land lor sale 60 acres
approve 8 miles SOulhn r Opp, Alaoama,
surrounded by Covington' County Wildlife
Management area, $3500 per acre. Call
(334)493-3410 or 334-488-4642.,

ADORABLE 4/2, one owner home, has
one o Ithe prenies loIs in Ihe area. Man,-
cured yard has lusn landscaping and room
enough lor a pool Fenced yard wih exitr.
decking. screened pcrcr lorrrial dning.n
room. eal-in Kitchen wlln Dreaklas.I bar,
security, ceiling fans and iermiie bond
$249.900. Please contact Phyllis Slaines
wilh RE'MAX Coastal Real Eslate ai 904-
476.SOLD or visit vww* plains comr
3BR.'2 5BA. 2.car garage fenced corner
lo Dbuill in 200' 160031 602 Siocks SI
$244,900 534-4848
NEPTUNE BEACH pool home 1450sl ,
3BR 2BA w'loh pool., pa. 2 car garage.
Priced 10 sell al S299.900 Larry
gated commurnt3. dock 2 lihs, 3 car ga-
rage workshop. screened pool,
T1 200.000. FSBO 19041992-8967
End until lenced yard 3BR.2 5BA
1660-7 Beach Avew2150si. beacr, access
acicss sreel Kirchen Isle w,'ceiamic Iile
Wood burning Ilreplaee screened porch
wdeck. Single garage $712.000 by
Owner 477-0102
PVB- 3BR'2BA newer iile consider lease
purchase $174,900 Owner Agent
463-7343 .. .. .
ccunienops 1250sf. Fireplace. 1-car ga.
rage corrimuniry pool Walk .o Ocean
$269.000 463-.35135
Oceanfront beach hideaway gorgeous
2BR'2BA condo ieaiures hardwood & Ira-
venine tlooring. gianie'marble counters.
iairless steel appliances Luxurious mas-
ler uie' wvita .pa. lacuzz.. Private gaied
*"pcOl'plus'beacr, access Askind $499 9300
Cuslom ouili Key WesI style 2-.sore only
3 years young over 2100s1, located in nMd-
den paradise a marshfronli -ommuriry
Firsl tloor master bedroom suile. master
bath w/lacuzzi and separate shower Gas
fireplace w/gas appliances cozy screened
porch custom drperies, and blinds plus
all appliances convey Ask.nq $389.900
MLSat290728.Call Owner/Agent Shirley
Lee. Assist 2 Sell, Buyers & Sellers Re-
al Estate. Cell# 568-6909/ office 247-
4442. View online at www.jaxbes-

1488 LAUREL Way, Atlantic Bch,
$399,900. 4BR/ 2.5BA,' 2250sf, gorgeous
home on corner lot! Magnificent family
room w/ stone fireplace, hardwood floors,
bright kitchen w/ bay windows, glamour-
ous master-bath w/ jacuzzi tube & glass
block window, huge Florida room! Call As-
sist 2 Sell Buyers & Sellers Real Estate
247-4442 or view online @
jaxbesthomes.com. '
NEPTUNE BEACH Townhouses, 2 units,
1200sf. each, 2BR/2BA +lofts, fireplace,
patio decks, 2 blocks ocean, walk to town-
center. $644,000. 246-8267.
4BR/3BA+ office. New kitchen w/granite,
stainless steel. Screened, heated pool.
Totally updated. 543-9142.
NEAR MAYO Clinic, off San Pablo.
3BR/2BA, 2-car Homes. Remodeled.
$270,000 to $500,000. Independent Brok-
ers, 710-3111.
AFFORDABLE JAX Beah.:. second rloor.
.Tnarsr,ivew condo is perfe-il or anyone
wro wants Ic live at mne Peach but nor pay
beach prices! Move-in ready w/refrigera-
tor, microwave, washer, dryer and ceiling
fans! Freshly painted interior, security sys-
tem, screened lanal, and fireplace are just
some of' irie upgrades $157,900., Phyllis
Staines, 904.476-SOLD RE/MAX Coastal
Real Estate. www.pstaines.com
FOR SALE- 2123 Rosewood, Nep Bch.
2/1.5, ::righi & sunny townhouse Tile &,
berber carpel, Ig scr porch work.r.ed,
landscaped 1205.000 37.2-,089,
Ig scr. ianai. iloaily renovated inci cusiorr,
caboinel.. new appliances. lil l oors Gal.
. e commurnry v p.ooIl SE1Q9,900
537 4083
14264 PABLO Woods Ln Pablo Woods
$229,900 3BR' 2BA Cheenul kricnen *
new stainless s.eel appi gorgeous ral
oak & ca.,,nibo,: liocors, .auled ceilidngS.
lully mincedd backward w\ separate play
area' Call Assisl 2 Sell Buyers .S Sellers
Real Estlae 247-4442 or view online ',.
laxtresinorniescm c
FSBO Military needs tosell. 3BR 2BA.
only 5 icko 10 ocean or large Treed o101
$50 C000 349 2999 or 242.2421
FSBO- ICW Eecui,ie 3BR'2BA. greal
marshvie* iI review $349.000 or r.r, tl.
$1650 mr, 14046 Pine Island Dr Near
Mayo Clir,,:. schools & Beacnhes Call
242-404C0 .
5BR'4BA Luxury home, 1},35,1000 dour-
mel kitchen wine caller -.uara "spa balh.
looms Oversized lenced .!ard separate
moiner-in-law Ouier cul-de-sac
www.ireehousel918 corr. OPEN HOUSE
SATURDAY 1-4PM. 1918 HIcK.:,rV Lare
Reduced 10 $1.150 000 708-1403.
ADpliances upgrades. 200031. 2-slorv
$489 000 534-4417
FSBO. ATLArITIC Bea:n 84J4 Malesi,:
Cypress 3BR 2 5BA 2car $215.000
PONTE VEDRA 3BR 2BA. beaul.lul re-
modeled ownnriome on lake. End until
$185.900 19ii44-24-0660
SPACIOUS 4 2 brick Ironi on 21 acres
: wih room enough lor a pool Fenced yard
wilh separate shed open palio 13 real lor
enlerlaining. iormal living and dinirnq WiIn
hardwood ol'oors eair.n kilcher, inside
laundry sprnkier. waer sorqener and lc;-
renl. 5,.:.r,, 32'4'.i,3,Ci' "P1-, .. ,:,;)il5 tl
Phyllis Slaines with RE'MAX Coaslal Real
Estale at 904-476-SOLD or vi.l
**w .pstaines .... .
Gorgeous Atlantic Beach home,
3BR/2.5BA, 2 car gar. 2 story. Duill 2002.
42" wall mounted, plasma w'Bose Sur-
round says. decorator upgrades garden .
luo scr pochi., privacy lence All appi &
wasrier' dryer ,ncl $259K 604 SIocks ST
Si3041449. 478
GREAT BEACH Buy' $242 500. very,
clean, 4BR 2BA. labulous sunroom over-
look.ng lake Many exlras 859.7900
new reor 2BR'2BA. anacred garage cor.
ner lIt, community pool tennis $250,i.100
This is it' Fully remodeled 150051.
3BR 2BA w.2car gar l.ew roof 13wn
windoovs paint eic 1137' 121h SI Ni 90i:-.
704-7966, 5279.500.
FSBO. DESIRABLE Neptune Beach.
4BR.2BA, :pill plan Drive ov 1525 Foresi
Ave $469,0010. 246-2336. 463.7245
pool, well wepump, Ig. 6 lenced o i Selling
'as is' 1619 Sunr.et Drive. $'295 000.
MOVE IN READY. updated and relinsned
3BR.2 5BA home in beauriiiul indeprrend.
ence Cove. Being close to the JTB,
beaches and shopping are added advan-
tages to this -great home.: Just. Reduced.
ATLANTIC BCH conage. 2 houses Iromm
ocean, 3BR'1 5BA, hardwood Iloors, re-
modeled kitchen, 50'x100' lot, $975k, 150.
13th Street. 270-0064.
BOATERS DREAM! Just like new
4BR/2BA +bonus room. ALL NEW Kit,
baths; doors, tile floors, berber carpet,
windows, paint' & landscape. Separate
driveway for boat.' Deck overlooks boat
ramp & marsh. $223,900. (904)246-6337.

PACKAGE DEAL! 1 house on Tidal
Creek Marshwiew, dock. ICW area Plus-
1 direct oceanlroni condominium
5.750,000 334-8408
ICW AWESOME 4BR.2BA'2-car Approx-
imalely 1,2 acre lol $359.900
Hallmark Reairy Group. 720-0045
IMMACULATE 3.2 w'formal living room
inal c-an re oAffce or lounn oedroom. Siuc-
co Ironic and nardiboard siding, beaullul
.landscaping and manicured lawn, fenced
yard w/room for a' pool, formal dining
room, eat-in hkrcnen w/extra cabinets,
securih, and irrigation Inside laundry
room rions of shelving and storage and
community pool $290.000. Please contact
Pnyllis Siaines with REIMAX Coaslal Real
Estale at 904.-476-SOLD or visit
www.pstaines.com .
FSB ATLANTIC Beach. 747 Jasmine
St., S270 000 Call (9041757-2006
FSBO,. 2BR' bungalow in Arlington/ river
@ end or sireel CB conslrucion, newer
CH&A, new wood lamnate flooring, needs
minor TLC Greal isi home investors wel-.
.come. $1 OOK lm rm 821-9065

3BR/2BA, 2000sf., hardwood floors, over-
, sized lot 328 10th St. $699,000. Steve
2469915 '

SOUTHSIDE CONDO, nearly new,
2BR/2BA, soaring 10ft ceilings & garden
tub in master bath. $149k. k904)993-1448
FSBO, Save $14K! New Lakeview, Wi-Fil
resort pool- spa, AlA location, must see!
$225K, NO condo fees- FREE closing
727-458-4230, Open Sat.- Sun.
PACKAGE; DEAL] 1 house on Tidal
Creek. Marshview, dock, ICW area. Plus
1 direct oceanfront condominium.
$750,000: 334-8408.

FSBO, 3/2 full stucco home n inlercoasial FOUNTAINS CHARMING 3BR,2 5BA,
west. a1830sqft with pool. New AC amr,ate flooring new kitchen Updaled
$304,900. 220-1179. $239,500 521-5555

Short walk to Beach' and Town Center
Light & Bright 3BR 2 5BA icwnhome 2.
car garage, fully equipped kii:hen.
screened-in patio, private ienced y3rd.
tiled FP w/mantle $495,000. Owner/Agent.
FSBO, NEPTUNE Beach. 3BR 2B rin
ground pool $379.000 190.41246-1860) or
appt. .
JAX BEACH Golfcourse. 69 Fairway
Lane. 3BR/2BA. Many updates.
$425,000. Will co-op. 424-7204.
FORMER ICI model waterfront home is
move-in ready. Immaculate 3BR/2.5BA,
has 2705sf. w/spacious open family-room
w/gas fireplace, formal dining, loft, and in-
side laundry. Over $71,000 in upgrades
were included when this model was built
in 2000. Entertain on either of your 'two
screened lanais, open deck, and balcony
overlooking your private dock overlooking
.the navigable waterfront. $889,000.
Please contact. Phyllis Staines with
RE/MAX Coastal Real Estate at 904-476-
SOLD or visit: www.pstaines.com
Sunday, 6/4, 12pm-2pm
12929 Deep River $313,900
4BR/2BA on 21 acres
From JTB, N. on Hodges, left at Glen Ker-
nan Pkwy, right at Riverbrook, left on
Deep River..
Phyllis Staines, 476-SOLD
RE/MAX Coastal Real Estate
4BR, 2BA, 2 car gar., comer lot, circular
driveway. Lg open front yard, small private
fenced backyard. Beautiful tree shaded
homes close to schools, shopping, beach.
Needs TLC. Prime condition: $450,000.
As is: $350,000. 568-1936.
3BR FORECLOSURE, only $27,900! Must
sell. For listings. 800-749-8124 ext. 1490.
car. Very large, fenced, cul-de-sac lot on
preserve. Extra detached garage/work-
shop. Many upgrades, excellent condition.
$289,900. 219-9888.

2 BR/1.5BA townhouse Kensington Lks, 5
miles to beach 1,100 sq ft. downstairs &
sunroom tile floors $147,000 call 708-
4480. .
carpet, tile, Corion countertops, dishwash-
er, microwave, 'stove. 20'x8' screened.
porch overlooking lake. Pool, tennis
courts. Low condo fee ($200). New. air
handler unit. Master bath upgraded
w/dual sink. $25k below market.
$209,995. 273-4796, 241-5701..
2BR/2BA, 3RD floor, Grand Reserve, Bay-
hill model, 1200sf., many upgrades.
$179,900. (904)472-9864.

13715 N. Richmond park Dr., $305, Wind-
sor Pointe, $188,900. 3BR/ 2BA, 1500sf,
beautiful family room w/ vaulted ceilings &
frplc., bright kitchen & convenient inside
laundry room, gorgeous master suite w/
walk in closet & private bathl Call Assist 2
Sell Buyers & Sellers Real Estate 247-
4442 or view online @ jaxbesthomes.com.
FSBO. 415 16th Ave. South. Very well
kept 3BR/2BA, 1540sf, screened porch,
upstairs deck. Must See! $409,900. Call
246-8809 for appointment,

4BR/2BA brick home in popular River
Brook. Huge Master suite, large corner lot,
formal living and dinikng. Offered at
Beautiful "under coristructipn" home in
gated community. 4 bedrooms plus bonus
room, largdelot, 3-car garage and much
more. Offered at $795,000.
3BR/2BA home in San Pablo Creek. Spa-
cious floor plan,' fenced backyard and
backing on to pond. Offered at $258,900.
1 BR/1 BA home, beautifully decorated and
with fireplace and screen room overlook-
ing the marsh. Offered at $159,500.
3BR/2BA beautifully remodeled home in
popular Villages of Pablo. New roof, new
tile and carpet, new stainless appliances
in kitchen, repainted, inside and out.
Fenced. prijale backyard. Offered at
2BR/2BA home'in Windsor Pointe. Up-
stairs unit, fireplace, barber carpet, vault-
ed ceiling. large master bedroom. Offered
al tl58.900 '. "
4BR.3BA newly constructed Mercedes
tuili home Huge bonus room too!! Land-
"cap-ed yard and a greal floor plan Of-
. iererd r $391.000.
3BR 2 5BA home Ouislanding coral rock
IIneplace. granite counters, tongue and
grooved wood paneled ceilings, privale
rear yard, real neighborhood and much,
much more. Onered ai 1 650.000.
Upgraded home rin San Pablo Crcle,
3BR'2BA home spacious master surle
Fenced Dack yard. large den. immaculaie-
ly mainriained Ofered al $335.000
Help-U-Sell Coastal Realty
235 Jacksonville Drive
Call: 904-241-4447
Free Weekly List

nas 3BR s 2BA's. Bult in 1998 $590,000
HIDDEN COVE. Lovely J 2 w Ig scr. pa.
ii., oacks up io preserve, new iiile & car-
pel. ex.- cond $229,900
do. loIs or amenmies Currenrly leased
unill Sepi 30in $195.000.
Townrinrie w' garage. Great deal otr The
morneyi' 177 901
ARLINGTON HILLS. Cule 3'2 w. garage.
Greal slaner nome in nice area $149.900.
ASHLEY WOODS- L-ke new 4'2. over
2000sil 3yr Old $279.930.
n! 241-5501 OR'221-1711

ATLANTIC BEACH. 1651 Coquina Place,
1BR., 1/2 block Irom Ocean. large deck/
yard, new carpel and iie. no dogs,
$750/mo. 246-6039 or 962-6361
4 BLOCKS to Beach. 2BR/1BA, clean,
CH&A, no pets. $800/mo.+ deposit;
504.0709 :

OLD Atl Bch near Town Center, 2BR 2BA,
beautifully, remodeled, avail. June 1st.
$2100/mo. 294-6094.
MOBILE HOMES $500 io $550. on pri
vale lois Near Maypon Naal Slaiion, no
dogs, 333-5579.
OCEAN STUDIO super nice furnished, ca-
ble and electric included, $800/mo.,
house 1 mile west of Mayport ferry,
Heckscher Drive $1195."mo 733-3730,

LUXURIOUS Pelican Point. 2BR/2BA,
available now. $1700-$2600/mo. 3 month
minimum rental. (904)241-7206.
house by pool. $1300/mo. 280-3138 or
2BR/2BA, CH&A. 1243 Mayport Landing
Dr. Available 6/15. $790/mo. $700/dep.
280-2728, leave message.
ATLANTIC BCH Towrhouses, 2& 3BR's
1.5 baths, $750- $875/mo. plus sec.
Jordan Ct. (East of Mayport, off Donner).
2BR/2BA, CH&A, fenced backyard. 127'
Wonderwood Dr. $790/mo. $700/dep.
280-2728, leave message.
RENTERS: LOOKING for a place to live?
2BR 1.5BA TH. w/d 1396 Main St. A.B.
$800/mo. 249-3432.
JAX BEACH. Premium Oceanview.
Renovated. Hardwood floors, Dishwasher,
CH&A.,. Studios, $650/mo. 1BR/1BA,
$850/mo. (904)859-1301, 553-1354.
BEAUTIFUL 2BR/2BA, 3 blocks to Ocean,
Neptune Beach.- WDHU. 1850/mo. No
pets. (904)742-6423.
OWNERS/ MANAGERS: Need to fill a
LARGE EFFICIENCY Apartment, excel-
lent location, 2 blocks to Ocean, very
clean. No pets. $575/mo. '642-1214 or

OCEAN LINKS. 2BR/2BA, 1-car garage. MOVING, ASSUME Lease. Grande Re-
Golf course & lake views. Updated, new serve Condos, JTB/Hodges. 2BR/1.5BA.
paint, now available. $235,000. 535-7234. All appliances. $900/mo.,534-5847.

tiled throughout, new appliances, AC, gat-.
ed, ground floor. Golf course view,
$137,900. (904)608-1730..
VILLAS MARSH Landing, beautiful 2/2,
gar., golfcourse view, upgraded, all appli-.
ances, full amenities. $216,000. 887-5005.
In Sold Out Costa Verano.
Top Floor Penthouse $1.75m
Ready September 2006
Renee L Baron Inc., 242-2821.
PVB. 2BR/2BA w/oversized 1-car garage.
Screened balcony overlooks wooded pre-
serve. Split bedrooms, breakfast bar, new
carpet. $224,000. Call Top Sell, First
Coast Real Estate. 885-1298.
JAX BEACH 2BR/2BA condo, 'rebuilt in
2002. Walk or bike to Seawalk Pavilion.
Balcony, reserved parking, second floor,
storage unit. East of 3rd. $299,000, 210
11th Ave. N. (904)226-2038.
THE PALMS at Marsh Landing, 1BR/1BR
3rd floor, marsh view, tile floor, vaulted
ceiling, $146,900, 472-6254.
2BR 1.5BA townhome. Across from pool,
near river. Newly remodeled, WDHU,
CH&A, alarm system. Close to downtown.
$135,000 firm. 571-1112.
PV BCH 2BR/2BA, $195,000. Grace Ellis,
All Pro Realty Specialists. 655-7923 (cell).

JAX BEACH, 2BR/1BA, 2 Blocks to
OCEAN, CH&A, $850/mo. 405 South 2nd
Street. (415)-306-2530.






Homes, Condos,
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PALM HARBOR Homes, factory model
center largest in Americal Modular and
manufactured. Liquidation sale Call for
free color brochures. (800)622-2832.
HANNA PARK. Like new, 3BR/2BA single,
1,215sf, w/carport, deck, all GE kitchen,
CH&A, washer/dryer, new carpet. Many,
upgrades. Financing available. Rebecca,

Delightful Oceanfront 2BR/1.5BA Town-
house, Beachfront deck & patio. Gorgeous
view. Community pool. Available now.
$1650/mo. Annual lease. Dunson Real
Estate,-Inc. Realtor. (904)249-5654.
Townhouse, steps .to Town Center, very-
clean inside, 2BR, WDHU, great parking.
$975/mo. 280-2805.
JAX BCH;\612 13th Ave. N. 2BR 1BA, Ig
kit., no pets, $675/mo. 249-4927, 744-
NEPTUNE BCH Summer Sands,
2BR/2.5BA, new tile and carpet. Available
June 1st, $1100/mo. 655-5990.
NEAR. PONTE Vedra 1 block beach. Best
area, quite, safe residential neighborhood.
2BR/1 BA, lower duplex, new carpet, file &
paint. CH&A, washer/ dryer included, no
smoking, no pets $895/mo., lease depos-
it. 993.1118.
ATLANTIC BCH- beautiful 3BR/2BA, ga-
rage, WDHU; 3 blocks to ocean,
$1400/mo. 904-742-6423.
NORTH JAX Beach. Efficiency, $495/mo.
1BR, $595/mo. 2BR, $695/mo. 1 block to
Ocean. Pool. No pets. 249-5368.

CH/A, WDHU 'East of 1st St. $795-
$1195/mo. 4151 Tradewinds, 4 BR water
:front$1500/mo. 241-7368, 733-3730.
BEACHES, HODGES & Kernan. 1, 2, 3 &
4BR Apanmeris & Homes, in luxury com-
munlies, Irom T, 800,mo 233-4545.
JAX BEACH Brand New 2BR/2BA,
washer.'dryer, pels OK $1200/mo
EAST ARLINGTON Garage' Ehciency
apt Sale. clar, area $450'mo Electrc.
waler, cable incl 691-8225
Charming 2BR/1 BA, hardwood floors,
real location, storage. wasner/,dryer.
Front & back porches Greal localioni
Available 7,1. $1000,mo. 434-4499
OCEANVIEW. 1820 Nonrh sl Sireet. Jax
Beach IBR'IBA Must see Tr,is won't
lasi WDHU, walk-in closet, carpet/ceram-
ic No pels.&moking. $700'mo 'Accent
Properties 19041721-.7822
JAX BEACH. Clean, 2BR'1.5BA Apartn
ernt, 900-1. washeridryer 2 Blocks Io
Beach 210 17ir. Ave. Nonn. $900/dep
5900'mo. 221-6816
2BR'2BA, hire-place lacuzzi, lenced yard
$i175 mo. 184 Poinsertia St. 241-3754
'JAX BEACH Apanmeni, 2BRO1BA Newly
renovaled Wasrneirdryer OuWel area.
$850.n-io* deposit 201 Norm 9Th Sr.
246-9162. exi 3#
NEPTUNE BEACH 2 car garage avaia.
ore rfiih large storage space $325'mo.
JAX BEACH riea Condo, 2BR.2BA All
a' pplar,, .. ;iih o aher'dr/er 1 car .3a.
race $1300'mo, 463.7696


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NEPTUNE BCH, near ocean Clean, nice
1BR apt w/ garden atrium $750/mo
Avail. soon spacious 2BR: 247-1417.
,garage. Available June 17th, References,
background check. 891-2324..
COST STREET promotion 2BR/1BA,
CH&A, WDHU, 808 1St Sl South, Jax.
Beach. Apt.#4. Credit check,
888-259-0783. "
JAX BEACH. 2BR/1BA. lower. 2 blocks
ocean, water, washer/ dryer included.
Small pels ok $895/mo +$500 dep. Milita-
ry discount. 1204-B 2nd Street So
Atlantic Beach, The Cloister Lovely,
lumlshed 3BR/2BA Condo Covered
beachside porch, gate. pool & pnvate
pier. Available 7/1 through 01/30/07.
52150/mo. Dunson Real Estate Inc
Realtor, 249-5654.

$ 875
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$ 975
41.t00 .

Poole Vedra

202-4E Vdla del Mar

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3BR 2BA 1-story house. 1850sI. wl 2BR
WATERFRONT ICW. Palm Valley 3/2. 1BA g a unit CHiA, WDHU bhnds,
1600st, 6000ID IIh wl dOCK, 52250imo carpet, Florida room, carport, ig yard;
273-1119. $2000/mo., $1000/dep. 347 3rd St., Atlan-
SO PONTE Vedra- Turtle* Shores 4/25 tic Bch. 241-2624.

custom, 2-story, private beach access,
amenities, $1900/mo. (904)819-6626.
ICW- 3BR/1BA w/den $950/mo +deposit
3522 Claridge Drive Easl 333-2066
open Iloor plan. travenine floors ana coun-
ler tops, carpel in BR's, walk-in-closels,
vaulted ceilings, fireplace, study, screened
pool, large corner lot $1950/mo TDO
Management Services 246-1125.
Walk to schools & Beaches. $1250/mo.
view Ouiet sireel, large wooded lol
$950/mo (904)543-1150

3BR/2BA TOWNHOME. 8-A Ponte Vedra
Court. Available 7/1. $995/mo. 249-9387.
SOUTH JAX Beach 'cottage, 3BR/1BA,
WDHU, CH&A, walk to beach, no smok-
ing. no pets, $1050/mo. +deposit. Avail.
6/1/06., (904)343-6391.
ATLANTIC BEACH. 601 Camellia St.
3BR/2BA, ile Iloors, vaulted ceilings fire-
place, new kitchen appliances. WDHU.
51100/mo +$900/dep 514-8761
2BR 1 5BA condo $695imo.
4/2. 1 car garage, $1300/mo
3/2, 2 car.garage. very nice home,
avail 7,15 $1050.mo
3BR 2BA 2 carqgarage $1700/mo
3/2. 2 car garage, $1395Omo
3BR 2BA 2 car garage $1495'mo.
412, 2 car garage, $i550.mo
Brand new condos
2BR 2BA $795imo & 3BR 2BA $995,mo
3BR 2.5BA condo. 1 car garage,
Pool home. 3'2 5 ,ncI pool avc. $1195lmo
2/2 1133sf. ready nowi $995imo
3'2. 2 car garage $t 250.mo
University area 4BR 2 5BA house.
2800sl, 2 car garage $15001mo
Brand new Iownhomes
signing at $1350rirno wi garages.
3/2 w/ carpon. excellent cond $1025,'mo
4 3. 2 car garage, 2200sf. $1450-mo
241-5501 OR 221-1711.
IBIS POINT off San Pablo. 3/2 w, study &
scr porch, no smoKing. $1395imoc
PONTE V By the Sea 4BR?2 5BA, walk to
beach. $29501mo 472-0914
lake Screened lanai, $14-50'mo Dennis




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$1700 741 Sptnnakers Reach San grass Beach
$1800/wk 2503 S .Ponte Vedra S. Ponte Vedra
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WOLFCREEK TOWNHOME. 2BR'2BA. PVB 2BR12BA near the Marsn, Finess
includes all appliances, greal location center 2 pools Vaulled ceilings, fireplace.
$1100/mo 1904)588-4691 hardwood floors $975imo. 1904)543-1150

Fenced. Pool care, WDHU included
$1500/mo deposit 993-8877
2BR/1 5BA TOWNHOUSE, ceramic tie
loors. CH&A. laundry room, pahio, lenced
yard. 1 yr lease no pets. $950 deposit,
$950/mo..615 7th Ave S. Jax Bch.
993-1114 or 270 1284
.JAX BEACH,. 3BR.'2.5BA Townnouse,
leicen yard. $1200mo Dimeriz.ion One
t Agr3 ;:e63.-2k8. 642., 1759 ,
OAK HARBOR 1204 Cape Cnarles.
3BR/2BA $1000'mo Call 270-8515
NEW 3004SF, 4BR/3.5BA, LARGE
GAME ROOM. Ouiel community, only
minutes Irom downtown JAX. Enjoy,moa-
ern amenities & quiet country living, wiln-
out the city crowd. $1500/mo 508 Islam.
orada Dr South Maccenny FL Call 904
757-3466. Don I miss out
3BR'2BA 30h to ocean No dogs.
$2300/mo includes water gas 1904)465-
2653, 1904)463-0222
ICW completely relinished 312 1595st. cut-
de-sac home on mhe largest lol in Villages
o01 Pablo. New laminate and tile Iloors
thnrough-oul plus a bonus laundry room
and large lied screened porcn. Master
bedibain suite includes 2 large JackJili
closes. Home includes 3 series ol oeaulitul
french doors, new lm and crown molding
brand new appliances, decoraiv-e ceiling
tans. irrigation system, and renovated 2
car garage ipeg board and slat walls).
House is re-plumbed 12006). has new rool
12001) and new HVAC 120041. This quiet
family neighborhood is 3 miles to Ine
beach and has a club pool, tennis, baskel-
ball counts. $51200/mo Call 386-7873 lor
ATLANTIC BEACH 3i2 hardwood floors.
W/D. NICEI Walk to beach Avail 6/1
$1350/mo. tulil No pels. Call 923-0047
JAX BEACH. 1036 141h Ave North
4BR/2BA. ceramic tile, witle ocala buck.
WDHU. $1400,mo. 246-3482
PONTE VEDRA Beach. Dolphin Cove.
7 Cobia St 2BR/2BA. large lenced yard
$1100/mo. -.$1100/dep. No smoking. No
pels. 2852302, 945-6547 ,
ATLANTIC BCH, Selva Marina. 4BR
2.5BA, 2800st, ig lenced yard. $1850/mo'
4BR 3.5 BA house, 6 blocks to beach,
3yrs old. oversized 2 car gar, $1400/mo
plus sec. No pets. Call 241.5251
ATLANTIC BCH, 2BR/1BA, $795/mo.
ICW- Greenileld Lake 3BR/2BA.
$1250,'mo. i9041472-3614.

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side. End unit. 1-siory, large yard
$1400;mo (904)612-6532.'
LOVE THE beach Sawgrass. efficiency.
sieps to ocean, furnished. wid, 242-0411.
unit, golf view' lake, all amenities. Every-
thing new. $1100,' mo 285.4444
inthe Iniracoastal Waterway. 3/4BR, 3.5BA.
approximately 27001., w'marina view. Re-
sortirylediving. $200t/mo. Includesir -car
garage, water sewer, caoie.- pool,- spa
clubhouse heailh club, Marina Walk, gal-
ed community w.water. Marsh and marina
views 40 boar slip also available. Call
now 463-2845
ATLANTIC BEACH, 2'1 condo. 791 As-
sisi Ln Carpel, dishwasher. W/D, appl..
community pool. $800/mo 463-2399.
THE PALMS Spacious Upscale 3BR.'2BA
w/garage $1300/mo Available 6/15
1BR.1BA ion condo. Club facilities, securi-
ty gate. goil view.. $800'mo East Coast
Realty ot Jacksonville 247-4724
THE PALMS Fq Marsh Landing 2BR.2BA.
2na Iloor, galed. $1200!mo. 465-0349.
PVB NEW 2BR/2BA Condo with ameni-
Ies Near Beach, $970/mo 710-5200
TPC SAWGRASS. 3BR/2 5BA, garage.
vaulted ceilings, fireplace, community
pool galed community. S1500Imo.
OCEAN FRONT EXEC lease 18thAve N.
J B 3BRi2BA Avail Sepl 1st. $4000/mo
PVB -THE Colony. Walk to beach, owner
motivated, 2BR. 2BA, 2nd lloor. high ceil.
ings new carpet WID .FP.. garage.
Avail immed. 51100/mo 635-6375
IBR/IBA CONDO, the Palms at Marsh
Landing. Unit features washerdryer, vaull-
ed ceilings ile Iloors. and screened
porch. $900/mo Call 678-522-3600
THE PALMS. 2BR 2BA. ground lir.
$t200imo. 379-1713, 859-0989
PONTE VEDRA- 2BR!2BA anttached ga-
rage, lurnlshed, all appliances, includes
W/D. $1200/mo. Mark 338-3230
PONTE VEDRA 1BR. brand new inside.
less than a mile to the beach, full amenr-
ties incl. pool, beach snuttle & more
$950/mo unlurn.. $1300 furnished Call
Michele 424.4484
OCEANFRONT. 1BR. lurntished, short
long term. $1500/mo Day (352)473-7223,
night 13520478-2503

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ATL BEACH, 3BR/2.5BA townhome
Short walk to Beach & Town Center
2-car garage, screened pato, private
fenced bacKyard, liled fireplace
$2500/mo. Owner/Agent (904)349-1864.
+office, sunroom. 2.5 Blocks.to beach, 6
blocks to town center. Fumished/unlur-
nisned $1900/mo. 241-0493.
$1400/mo. 9438 Ford Road, Bryceville FL
Only minutes from downtown JAX, Enjoy
quiet country living in modern 2200sf
4BR/2BA home, without the city crowd
Near upscale Jacksonville Ranch Club
Call ERA, Dan Jones, 904-757-3466
NEPTUNE BCH. 3 blocks to ocean, 3BR
2 5BA. avail. 7/1/06 $1400/mo 477-3066.

ATLANTIC BEACH- Condo in beautilul
Selva Marina, 2BR/2BA, newly remod
eled. Includes water, sewer,. cable, pool.
tennis Avail immediately $1500/mo.
Free Rent. Bentter Deal 2BR/ 2BA corner
unil, 2n.d Iloor TH. W.D. FP. amenities
Avail now. $1200,mo 635-6385.
PALMS AT Marsh Landing. 2BR'2BA
available Beauliul upgraded unit, lake
view, replace. vaulted ceiling. garage.
$1100Cmo. Call 904-613-7605. TMI Real
Eslale Group. LLC
BRAND new iBR/iBA in PV. includes
beach access pool, lennis, gym, over-
looks tennis couns. Must see! $800/mo
PVB LARGE 2/2 CONDO. garage. galed,
many ammeniies, vaulled ceilings, fire-
place. new carpeL tile' painl, pool view. in-
credible condo & location. $1250 Avail
Now 904-338-5692
1BR/1BA CONDO at the Palms in Marsh
Landing Newer appliances arind washer
dryer tile, screened porch lake view. bol-
lorn floor unit, garage available. Amenities
include 2 pools tennis counrs, gym, ian-
ning bed, clubhouse Greal tlocaion and
easy walk'to shopping and bike to beacon
$950.mo. pels negotiable. Call 386-5944
ior more information.
2BR'2.5BA TH W/D FP. amenities.
1200st $1095'mo 635-6375.
22 SEAWINDS Lane PVB Excellent condi-
inon townhome. 3BR/2BA. $1650/mo
longterm 1404 964-2741.
5-siar newly renovated. new appliances,
washer'dryer. Replace. goll course view,
Beach access. $1100,mo including water
& association tees. 343-8172.
LOVE THE BEACH? Souin Jax Beach
3BR'2BA Furnished. Sieps to Ocean.
washer/dryer 242-0411.
months reni by moving in before June
30th All new appliances IBR/iBA two
story corner unit w/hlireplace $1100/mo
Call Jua. 273-3999
$1195/mo. Ocean Grande/ Serenaia
Beach. 3BRi3BA, ocean/ marsh view. all
amenities included. $2500.mo ICW.Woll-
creek. 3BR.2BA, $1250/mo.

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PV COLONY. 2/2 garage, washer/ dryer,
hardwood Iloors stone counters,
$i1100,mo. Eastl.IAlA. i90-454 3-9467
PONTE VEDRA 2BR/1BA w,masler on
1st floor Sp;ral stairs leading to loft on
2nd level Resorl-srvle amenities.
$1250.mo. Judy, 249-2044.

KEY LARGO condo 2BRi2BA close to
shops restaurants 1 week $800, biweekly
$t500 Cali 904-673-9793
OCEANFRONT 1 or 2BR lurnisned con-
dos. weekly or monirly 19041463-7343
4BR/4BA. weekly, monthly. yearly. Call
1904)249- 269

6:30 A.M. on Friday thne 26th. Small while
dog poodle? bichon Irise?) lound wan-
dering on 3rd street No collar or, lag
Taken to the Jacksonville Beach police
depanmbnl who will keep dog or a flew
days Seemed to have a sore on looi
Contact Jefi at 424-7796
LOST, REWARD. Small Jack Russel mix
aboul 30 Ibs. While w/brown markings. No
collar Lost at 41h Ave North vicinity
Comes to the name Jackson WE MISS
HIM 249-4865, 625-6870 Also. brown
lHuffy cal. yellow markings around neck.
LOST LARGE black male cat w/llully ale
Name is Skeeler. 6th Ave Norin J B

OCEANFRONT CONDOS & Beach -- -.. ."....
homes. Weekly/monihly. Visit us at. HUNT ELK. Red Slag, Buffalo, Wriielail,
laxreachrenlal com or 535-3911 or Fallow-Guaranteed hunting license $5 00.
5353826Season 82506-3/31/0?. We have a No-
53 .,82 ,'. ....... t .Gam...No,'P r awohi -c.lo *noi.,' Dav.
S .J BCh "ErP full riPas oinan 13141 -09-9800 Evenings i314293-0610
Ironic conao Mornthly. Weekly. 241-0267-.
w'ww.renilacksonvillebeach corn lIB l ,l-j t'- "'B 5i

ATL BCH 3BR house, beautifully fumrish-
ed, walk to ocean, $1650/mo 993-3226.
Luxury furnished 1 & 2 Bedroom Suites
Hign Quality King Beds
Equipped Knchnens.
2nd Streel & 5ir Ave South

PVB TOWNHOUSE bike ride to beach.
quiet neighborhood, clean, non smoking,
$500/mo + 1/2 utd. 382-6354
FURNISHED ROOM, 1 mile to beach.
$500/mo mci. all, irsi & last 534-3336
ROOMMATE TO share 2BR 1 5BA, wash-
er' dryer, 1 1'2 blocks off beach. $625.mo
ROOM IN large home. swimming pool.
pool table exercise equip. 874.0130
lees and utilities Exclusive Miravisla.
galed pool. hot lub, heairi club. water.
ironi wirmarina view Room has own bath-
room, brand new large unit. 2700sl1
ROOM FOR rent in 3BR2BA house in
Ponte Veara. Gated, pool', lennis couns,
all uhliies. HBO. High Speed inlernet
Near Sawgrass and TPC. $580/mo
476 1830

NICE ROOM Ior rent steps irom ocean,
$90 a week. Rels. Call 343-2870.
ROOM FOR rent in house w/pool and
fenced back yard $600/mo Includes ubill-
les and satellte TV 568-8700
CHRISTIAN LADY Seeks roommate to
shrare 3BR apanmen i 19041249-1711.

ATLANTIC BEACH. Free standing
office/commercial/relail building, shop,
commercial lor & warehouse space. Start-
ing at $500/mo Free rent 19041514.1090.
4 Rooms, 2 Baths ,an 2 Kitchens
$1.800/mo. 908 111n Ave S 247-9884

3500SF COMMERCIAL Building New
consiruchion. available soon. 514-1090.
3750s1 multi-purpose building for lease
Near Beach Marine. Call for details.
343-1919 249-3214
NEPTUNE BEACH. 2113 Florida Blvd.
Great oi,ce building plenty of parking, on
two lois, 3450s1, 993-4011

FREE KITTENS to good home Call
Candice. 629-3405.

The Kennel alternative/ Providing conven-
ient. reliable care lot your pels at your
home while you are away Reasonable
rales. references For more information
call. Dons Rosarnus, 241-8967 Licensed.
PET SITTING, in your home Dog walking.
Responsible, mature. Call Kitty, 874-6062
FREE CAT to good nome, large grey tab-
by. declawed and neutered wall snots.

FEMALE DACHSHUND, long hair, 4mos
old, $250 shots & papers. Male Dachs-
hund, 4mos old, short hair, shots & papers
$250. 334-5294.
RED NOSE Pit Bull Pup, 1 male, $100.
Call 534-3336.

HOMELESS PETS for adoption-. Cats &
dogs. 246-3.600,

IF YOU are interested in advenising under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or
email: classiiead@beachesleader com
GINA. BOB would like to resume the
pleasant conversation we had outside
Santioni's. 294-7.163

DIVORCE $275-$350. Covers 'children
'etc. Only'one signature required Excludes
govt. leesI Call weekdays 18001462-2000
ext600 *i8am-7pm) Alia Divorce, LLC
Established 1977.
INJURED? HURT? Frignlened? Call ior a
lawyer Nowl 24 Hours Protect your legal
Rights A-A-A ATTORNEY Referral Serv-
ice All Accident, Injury & Death Claims Au.
to, Bike. Mall, Shopping Centers, Pedes.
Irnan, Children, Elderly 1888)733-5342

Notice is hereby given that a BUDGET
cil of the City of Neplune Beach. Flonda,
will be held on June 5, 2006 at 6:00 p.m..
in Ihe Council Chambers, 116 First Streeti.
Neplune Beach. Florida. This meeting is
to discuss ine enterprise lunds
Immediately following the above noted
Workshop Meet;ing, there will be a Regular
City Council Meeting at the same location
II a person decides to appeal any decision
made by the Council with respect to any
maner considered at such meeting or
hearing the person will need a record ol
the proceedings and lor such purpose
may need lo ensure that a verbatim record
ol Ihe proceedings is made. which record
includes the testimony and evidence upon
which the appeal is to be based.
In accordance with the Amencans Withn
Disabilities Act and Section 286 26, Flori.
da Statute, persons within disabili;es need-
ing special accommodation to participate
in these meetings should contact the City
Clerk's Office no later than 5 00 p.m the
day of ine meeting
Lisa Volpe, CMC
City Clerk

BL i/31/06
The Board of Appeals lor the City of Nep-
tune Beach, Florida will hold a Public
Heanng on Wednesday June 21, 2006 at
7:00 p.m.. in the Neptune Beach Munici-
pal Building, 116 First Street, to consider
the following:
V06-08: Vranance request of Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Arcusa for the property located at
528 Bay Street to Ihe existing lot size,
east side and rear yards and proposing to
Svary section 27.328(2) placement of an
accessory structure in an exterior corner
side yard..
If a person decides to appeal any decision
*made by the board with respect to any
matter considered at such meeting or
hearing,' he or she' will need a record of
the proceedings. and for such purpose he
or she may need to ensure that a verbatim
record of the proceedings are made,
which record included the testimony and
evidence upon which the appeal jsto 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.
BL 05/31/06 .

Irigeralor. Dishwasher WDHU, CH&A
$945/mo 514-1090
JAX BEACH Nice 3BRt 5BA washer'
dryer, large fenced yard $1400,mo.
NICE 3BR'2BA, Jax Beach, 6mo lease.
lawn service included $1400/mo
+$1000/dep 904-753-2458

nra4 .. BEACH RENTALSi S' i i
Unfurnished Homes Beach Walk SPV 2BR/2BA, home has Windsor Chase Kernan 4BR/2BA,
Marsh View SPV 4BR/4BA. screened porch, wood deck on lagoon, bch great home on lake, 2274 sqft. two car-,
Ocean% views, tile floors. $2000/mo. access. $1500/mo garage, club pool. $1475/mo.
4BR/4BA. End unit w/elevator. 2800 sqft. 660 Upper 8th Ave S JB 3BR/2BA two Unfurnished Condos
beach access, attached garage. $2200/mo. story, fenced backyard. tile floors. fireplace, Summerhouse PV .
Fairlield PV 3BR/2.5BA. two story upgrades thru-out. $1500/mo.. Newly renovated, new carpet, baths, I
home w/screened porch on water. 2 car Las Palmas PV 3BR/2BA duplex w/new kitchen, tile, fireplace, walk to shops, great :
Z garage. $1950/mo. carpet. new kitchen, garage. fresh paint. amenities.
I Vilano Walk -SPV 4BR/3.5BA. ne"er $1300/mo. 1BR/1BA, 1st floor. $775/mo..
two story, across from ocean. light & Penman Road NB 3BR/2BA, Home 1BR/1BA, Villa. $875/mo. ,
bright, garage. $1800/mo. w/screened porch, fenced backyard, large lot. 2BR/2BA, 2nd floor. $1195mo. -
SFiddlers Marsh- PV 3BR/2BA. home w / $1200/mo. 2BR/2BA. furnished. $1495/mo.
' vaulted ceilings, 2 car garage. screened Bermuda Court PV 2BR/2BA.Home w/ Villas at Marsh Landing JB
Z porch on lake. $1750/mo. tiled screened porch, fenced backyard, tile Fireplace screened porch -
Quail Point PV 3BR/3BA. Home has floors thru out. $1200/mo. 2 BR/2BA. Ist floor, garage. 1050/mo.
screened porch, decks, wood floors, golf Furnished Homes Ocean Links PV
course views. $1700/mo. Villages of Vilano SPV 2BR/2BA 2BA ground floor. $1100/m ,
1810 1st Street NB 3BR/2BA. hoine oceanfront condo, wood floors, upgrades, 2BR condo has garage, replace,
.L.* < porch, golf course views. $1150/mo. '
has enclosed porch, two car garage, well garage, amenities. $1700/mo. porch, go M cours views. $1150/mo.
I landscaped yard. $1600/mo. Ocean Grande SPV 3BR/3BA. Condo, Palpn hat shafIh
L'atrium PV 3BR/2BA SFH, porch, luxuriously furnished, screened porch, across Screened porchnd unit. $1285/floors .
o. w/jacuzzi, lake view, fireplace, comm. fromnocean. $3000/mo. BR2A. 1 e,
.r pool, garage. $1600/m6. ', Intracoastal West / OASTAL REAL ESTATE
Seaside PV 3BR/2BA, home w/sunroom, Wolf Creek Hodges 2BR/2.5BA brand new S han A ESmth
w.. Shannon Smith
1, private backyard, patio. comm. "pool. townhouse, screened porch, preserve views, (904) 285-5640
$1595/mo. amenities. $1095/mo. www.rentthebeaches.com

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The Beaches Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader

May 31, 2006

Case No: 06-1730-DR-FS
Division: Family Civil
To: Birth Father: Jerry Edwin Belcher Jr.
Last known address: 11291 Harts Road,
Apt. 1204, Jacksonville, FL 32211.
To: Birth Mother: Brandi Aiuppy
Last know address: 7722-1 Hare Ave-
nue, Jacksonville, FL 32211
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a Petition has
been filed in the above styled court for the
termination of your parental rights to NA-
child born on 3/5/2003, in Duval County;
male child bom on the 10/21/2003, in Duv-
al County, Florida for subsequent adop-
tion, and you are hereby notified to re-
spond and file your written defenses, if
any, to it on the Petitioners, Troy Travis
and Priscilla Preece, whose mailing ad-
dress is Post Office Box 136, Candler,
Florida 32111, on or before June 19,2006
and file the original with Clerk of this Court
at Marion County Courthouse, 110 NW 1st
Avenue, Ocala, Florida 34475, whose tel-
ephone number is (352)620-3577, before,
service on Petitioners or immediately
thereafter. If you fail to do so, a default
may be entered against you, for the re-
lief demanded in the petition.

Dated May 11,2006
David R Ellspermannr
Clerk of the Circuit Court
BL 5/24, 31, 6/7, 14, 2006


The Board of Adjustment for the City
Jacksonville Beach, Florida will meet a
hold public hearings on Tuesday, Ju
20, 2006 at 7:00 p.r. in the Cour
Chambers iocaled at 11 North ,
Street, Jacksonm ilie Beach to consider
following variance applications:
BOA 06-100111. City of Jacksonv
Beach Land Development Code Si
tion: 34-377 (b) 9. lor 0 additional park
spaces in lieu-o" 8 parking space-s
quirejd 1 allow for a 1500 square fool
amon It. an existing bar lavernfresiaura
for property located at 514 Norin
Street. more specifically, ire Norin "
Lot 7. except ie South 4.75 leel 01
West 37 5 leel Ihereof. and all o ine Nc
'or Lot 8. Biock 52. Pablo Beacr. North
BOA 06-100115 City of Jacksonv
Beach Land Development Code Si
lion 34--33. eill Ci 3 lor a rear yard
. leel in lieu ol 30 leet required. 34.-
Slellii 'or 53'- Iot co'.'erage in lieu
35'. ma,.murri 10 allow for impro'.'eme
an3 to ralr,' a no :on.ontmry to10 a siri
Slamity dwelling for property located
2385 Oat Foresi Drive more specific
ly Loi 11 Oak Fores1 E.ilates
BOA 06-100117 City of Jacksonv
Beach Land Development Code Si
tion 34-337 tell i e lort 48- ot cc'verar
in lieu or 35 mairmur 10to allow lor a n
singie lamriy dwelling for property loc
ed at 1020 Thc-a:'cre Avenue more si
cifically Lol 16 i 7. Block 8. W lia
Cua.ial Boulevard Heignis.
BOA 06-100118 City of Jacksonv
Beach Land Development Code Si
tion .4-34: teii3a c 2. l0ot a side yard
8.3_teem and a.c.arner.si dae.vyard ul 6 lee
,eu 01l 10 leel required 34-340 leilti (
a. r a rear ar6 of T'I7 -e.,i1,u. -.I 30 I
required to allow lor me conversion o
tw .-lamrni' dwelling q ino a mull,-lan
dwsellinrg. for property located at 15
Soulr-in 2n. Street. more specifically
6 Block 152 Pal,- Beach Souln.
BOA 06-100120 City of Jacksonv
Beach Land Development Code Si
tion 34-336 il 11 c 2 1or a nonnerly s
yard ao 8 1 leei in itsu ri 10h leel to all
foran adti a ion to a single-iamily dwelli
for properrv lcaied at 946 Noronh 1
Avenue more specifically. Lot 1 Bir
5 Beach Homes-ies. Unit 3
BOA 06-100125 City of Jacksonv
Beach Land Development Code Si
tion 34-3-10 ie li t 1 lor a lron yard
10 leeml in lieu ol 20 leel required. 34-.
te llt c f, lor a rear yard 01 20 leel in I
ol 30 eel e requrec. and 3-1-373 idi lo
ieel in lieu or t leel mniniruni, parking al
Sel back adacen 10to 2 parking space,.
alIuw i or a newv mulil-laml',v dwelling.
property located at 118 Soulrn i3r. A'
nue. more specifically LOt 3. Block 1
PaDio Beacn Soutn.
BOA 06-100126 City of Jacksonv
SBeach Land Development Code Sm
tion: 34-336 ell 11 e. or 43- Icri ccver,
In liej c01 40i maximum to allow foi
swimming pool add;i;on in a single fan
dweting, for property located at 2C
Ear.tirn Drive, more specifically, Lot
BIlock 4 San Parlc. Terrace
A copy of the above referenced appli
ionis') ;s .available for review in, the off
o1 ihe Planning and Development Dept
merit, 11 Nonn 3rd Street, during norm
business hours (M-F, 8a-5p).
Board of Adjustment
City of Jacksonville Beach

If'a person decides to appeal any dec;s
by the Board of Adjustment with respec
any matter considered at any meet
such person may need a record of
proceedings, and, for such purpose, st
person may need to ensure that a verl
tim record of the proceedings is ma
which record includes the testimony
evidence upon which the appeal is to
based. .
The public is encouraged to speak on
sues on this. Agenda that concern the
Anyone who wishes to speak should st
mit the request to the recording secret
prior to the beginning of the meeting.
In accordance with the Americans v
Disabilities Act and Section '286.26, FIk
da Statutes, persons with disability
needing special accommodation to parl
pate in. this meeting should contact
Planning and Development Departm
no later than 5:00 p.m. on-the day prec
ing the meeting.
BL 5/31/06

Notice is hereby given that pursuant to the
'Self-Storage Facility Act' Florida Statutes
Section 1, Part IV of Chapter 83, Laws of
Florida 1982; The personal property
consisting of clothes, personal items and
household goods of:
Susan Lamolinara
Unit 714
Lorena Flores -
Unit 403
' Maria Flores
IUnit 725
Will be sold or otherwise disposed of at
11:00 a.m., Saturday, June 3, 2006, to
satisfy lien(s) for past due rent(s). Disposi-
tion will take place at: THE STORAGE




BIN, 1001 13th Ave. S., Jacksonville
Beach, FL 32250. THE STORAGE BIN
reserves the right to reject any and all
BL 5/26, 5/31/06

your driving career! Offering courses in
CDL A. One tuition fee! Many payment op-
tions! No registration fee! (888)808-5947
info @americasdrivingacademy.com.
All levels, styles & ages. Will come to your
home. Piano Tuning also available.
241-4954, 655-3300.
IF YOU are interested in advertising under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or
email: classified @ beachesleader.com
HEAVY EQUIPMENT Operator training for
employment: Bulldozers, Backhoes, Load-
ers, Dump Trucks, Graders, Scrapers, Ex-
cavators; National Certification, Job Place-
ment Assistance; Associated Training
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ATTEND COLLEGE oriline from home.,
Medical, Business, Paralegal, Computers,
Criminal .Justice. Job placement assis-
tance. Computer provided. Financial aid if
qualified. (866)858-2121 www.OnlineTide-
waterTech.com 1

NEED PERSON to take leaves, yard work
etc. 703-6703.
PART TIME Receptionist/Data Entry.
30 year old consulting company located
on Hodges Blvd. is seeking a part time
front desk Receptionist/Data Entry person.
Must ha'e professional appearance and a
polite speaking voice Experience in an-
swering a murii-.ne telephone system is
desired Basc computer Skills are re-
quired Must be able to accurately input
customer information into a computerized
database system. Other duties include
creating reports, maintaining inventory of
office supplies, and other general clerical
functions. Working hours are --Monday
through Friday, 2:00 to 6:00:' Please email
your resume Io maii'baiescompanycom
or lax o 398 8121 .

ne Appro, 30nrs,,wk, $8-nr Valid Dr LIC.
ICil reqd. Some hea.,y living Srerwin- Wii.
3rd hIams. Beaches San Pablo area
the 19041223 4454 EOE M F.D/V.
COOK POSITION available, Monkeys'
ille Unc:e Tavern Apply in person 1850 S
ec- 3rd S J.B.
ing.- MODELS WANTED for high quality fe-
re. male fashion p, otoo.raphy Good pay per
ad- session. Experience noi required.
rni, 1800)553-5135
ot OFFICE CLEANERS needed Musi have
Ine car & phone Call 273-2761
P'T contracted posion lor Jacksonville
SMelro Trearmen! Center an oulpateri
lle substance abuse ireatment provider M-F,
ec- early morning only For m'rie inio. call Nri-
oI o na ,' 904-398 7015
ol : SALES ORIENTATED Person w.ih people
nis anr, computer skills needed 9am-rlpm
ile 223-8512 Iv'. ms,.
al- week, minimum 65wpm, knowledge ol
Word ligni medical terminology and. or
ille .ery good language skills Conlac Na-anccv
ec- ai 270-1620 exl 135
ew needed 20rrs W... $10.15'r5ir. 249 3862-
S: Dinner Tnesire Business Once Fax re-
sume 10 642-4199. aneniton Carol
ille Cnnsi Uniied Metrodist Cruurci in Nep-
ec- iune Beach needs crildcare during church
01 services on Sunday mornings and some
Sn evening dururing urc related aciivii-s
S3. Appica-r'il mus--'be al lealt 'VA ',eais old -
eelt Hours per mr,:nlr will iar', a; coildirg'to
1 3 church's needs Applicani should be com-
Tily Ionable warn all aged children and promote
507 the emotional and social growth of Irie
Loi childrenn Applicant should ernjoy0/ playing
and talking 10 ,r.ndrenr and naie knowi-
edge ol ine Christian laiin Please call the
ille church secretary al 249-5370 ict apply
,de P T MASSAGE Ther:apy posthon. Available
ow ASAP in Ponie VeOra oulpaierit clinic.
rig. Fa' resume io 19041285-4663.
HELP WANTED cla-silicarions in Ihi.
newspaper are intended Io announce gen-
ille une currenr ooD openings No ices may be
ec- charged to the prospective employee Ads
1 ol lor sell-employment or business opponu.
i-40 ri es appear under ihe Business Opponu-
leu nihies calegorV Ads which may require
r 0i payment or lees ior employment iniorma-
rea lion guidance or Iraining ma, appear un-
.1o oer Job Service Should any Help Wanied
for adveniser ask lor a lee or ii ire adverliser
le- is ohlering a produce or service rather Ihan
32. a 0ob opening, please noiity The Beaches
Leader 249-9033
DRIVER NEEDED rmmeiaiely lor mo., ng
ile company Experience ri piul 285-2-126
iaqe DO YOU understand a Ouad's need-s',
r a Can you work weekends & holidays as3
Tily well as during ie week'I Are you reliable7
D07 Call 249-8913 I'm a male in good shape.
6, reaches area, sense 01 humor bul expect
con slency
ca- iesr, in ar \C warenriouse Requires some
arte lifting,and moving, boxes. Call 737 9166

BEACHES 'CAR Wash- full time- help
needed, Wages negotiable+ tips. Benefits
Avail. Apply in, person, 1401 Beach Blvd.
modeling Ocean Edge Condos, Jax
Ion Beach. 693-3130. .
the CONSTRUCTION & Pool Maintenance
uch Clean driving record a must. 246-2455

Installers Needed
We need helpers and crew leaders.
.We are busy installing hurricane
systems on homes and businesses
.around the First.Coast.

Must have installation and
construction experience.
Drivers License and
Transportation required.

Starting $12 and $18 per hour.
Call 232-3000

Currently hiring for:

Overnight Houseperson

Laundry Attendants

Apply at: greatjobs.marriott.com
Or in person at:
4600 San Pablo Rd.,
Jacksonville, FL
223-1700, ext. 601

FRONT DESK Person. Busy medical clin-
ic. $9-10/hr., negotiable, w/benefits. Fax
resume to: 285-4663.
ESE TEACHERS/ Assistants and Physi-
cal, Occupational & Speech Therapists for
Inclusive PRE-K Charter School. Competi-
tive Salary & Benefits. Full and Part-
Time/Summer. Fax (407)852-3301
NORTH CAROLINA 10 acre Gated
Equestrian community with riding trails.
Never before offered with 20% pre-devel-
opment discounts. 90% financing call
(828)312-1263, (828)312-3765.
have own tools & transportation. Neatness
& dependability a must. Phone Larry He-
ise Painting, 247-3644.
25k to 40k first year, plus benefits. DFWP,
good driving record. No exp. required, will
train. Call 241-7874, Perschel & Meyer
Pest Management.
nancial Planning Firm. Strong phone &
computer skills, investment or insurance
experience required. Starting $10-$13/hr.,
based on experience Fax resume to:
BONO'S BBQ in Neptune Beach is ac-
cepting applications for all positions, in-
cluding Management & Pit Cook. FT/PT.
Apply in person 2-4pm daily.

NEW TROPICAL Smoothie Cafe, at the
Beach, now hiring all positions. Call
,242-4949; or mail: worktsc@yahdoo.com
FIRST CHOICE Home Improvements.
Needs skilled carpenters & tree climbers.
THE'PIE Hole (serves breakfast, lunch
and pizza).. Now hiring exp line cooks for
local Mayport Cafe, apply within 1487-9
Mayport Rd. 249-7437. -

Lawn service seeks individual to perform
dependable quality work. Excellent. pay &
overtime available. Crew Leaders wanted.
Perschel Brothers Services,. Inc. 246-
Cook & Front Dest Clerk Apply in person
Common Inn, 1515 Noronh 1s5 St. Jax Beach


DO you want to loin a winning learn Don I
gel leh oul Our driver s make $500-5700
per week Call 249-5151 ask ior Brian or
493-5250 asv lor Tirn CollImn'
FT CUSTOMER Servicenourance Bill.
ing. Must be detailed orienied. Apply in
person at Medequip 905 Nonh Third Si
Jax Beach
PEOPLE. Fast growing human resources
suppon & background screening company
offers a lascinaiing nigh paced position.
Dulies include daia entry. online & tele-
phone research & proDlem n solving lor ll-
enis nacionwide Choo.se SingleSource
Servces at www JOBZONEUS corn to ap-
CARPENTERS WANTED transporlation
and iooil required 226-8576
in Miami-Dade and Broward counties Bi-
lingual a plus Per diem & F.T. Binqiuras
inc Croil & Parent Servire- 1866)696-
0999 x122,' 'WW btingijalinc corrm
ATLANTIC COAST Plumbing & Tile Help-
ers needed Learn a Irade. Healinh ene-
its. good hours, advancement opponunr-
lies Musl nave valid FL Drive.,S License
Call 249-5381 lor appi

DRIVERS HOME every weekend 41,
loaded' 37 emply u l loaded miles, larp
pay. Health. ile denial, 4C01K monihi, 0o-
nuses. CDL' A. 1 yr exp Grayson Mcrnell
A M Line Cook. Good money, casual al-
n-osphrere very busy. greai people to
work with 285-0139
e(t/erehced Tleachers &. As.;i1ani Teach
er:. FT P'T a'.'aable We orfer a5 com-
peitive salary & benelils package Call
273-6960 or lax resume 1.. 280 57-42
NOW HIRING Cocklai Servers anernoon
nigriis. & weekends Exp working witn al.
cohol preferred Apply in person Mon-
key s Uncle Tavern 1850 S 3id Si. J.B

laming applications tor lawn maintenance
& landscaping posilDins No expeer.:ce
necessary Call Aaron 861-7-131
MEDICAL PRACTICE-. roni ornice positlior
available immediaie/1 Musi be organized
pleasant and mulii-iasker lor busy lour
prysician praciiCe ai Ihe beach F.ax re-
sume 904-249-9764.

ale opening or3 a Lawn Technviari. inex-.
perienced preferred -we will rain Appli
canr must possess a good driving record
Compeitlne salarV. & excellent benefits in-
cluding holiday & iacalion pay', insurance.
bonuses. & retiremeni plan We have a
greal working envronmeni and hake beer
in business lor oer15 years- come grow
wih us Fax resume io 904-273 0682 or
apply in person ai 10066 Sawgrass Drive
Wesi. Porne Vedia Beachr



Join oui team of
cleaning professionals

No Nights or Weekends
S Paid Vacations
Paid Holidays

Competitive Wages,
Company Vehicle
apP4 ir. ptew to:

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22-1 Florida Blvd,
Mo:n Fri 8 -4:30

JJ iffy

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Now Hiring:

Retail Mgmt Training
Retail Mgmt Exp a plus

Assistant Manager &

Lube Technicians
Up to $9.00 per hour

Apply Mon. Fri.
at your local Jiffy Lube

Call our Job Line at
800-598-9850 ext. 787
or Fax Resume to

HOMETIME, MONEY & morel Home ev-
ery weekend Home during the week! Ex-
cellent pay! Solid weekly milesI 95% no
touch! Preplanned freight $.42 per mile.
Heartland Express (800)441-4953
HERE'S FRED-Golf Co. needs office per-
son, we also need a Screen Printer, (auto-
matic printer) 645-9790, 2205 St. John's
Bluff Rd.
Join our- team! If you can excel at inside
sales & desire a fast-paced work environ-
ment, we may have an excellent
opportunity for you. You will join a Nation-
al company & work in Ponte Vedra Beach.
Ideal candidate will have 1+ years experi-
ence inside sales, customer service,. or
telemarketing, & excellent communication
skills. Ability to handle business accounts.
Base pay plus commissions. FT, no eve-.
nings or weekends. PT avail. Fax re-
sume: (904)285-0010 or email:
jim@ mediakids.cbm _
F/T VETERINARIAN Technician & kennel
technician. Start immediately. Apply at An-
imal Medical Clinic, 8000 Sawgrass Vil-
lage Circle, Ponte Vedra 1 Beach,
SERVERS, LINE Cook, Dishwashers,.
Fine Dining. JJ's Bistro. Ponte Vedra,
273-7980. Gate Parkway, 996-7557:
WORK. 247-0033.
MANAGER in norhsic internal medical or.
'ie. Full 'pan lime secreiarial. clerical.
and suppon of M.0 a unique sending Ex-
oerence required ir arnsweing phones
':ompulers. communicaiiorns and public -re.
:aions Musi re enihnusiasiic. dependable
.onsisieni. and an excellent maiCh. Fax
-esume wan references, no pncone calls
please. Persephone'Healing Arts Center,
'FAX: (904)246-3778.
.tendent for establirred company Drug
free work place. Benemis 241-2721
DISPATCH LOAD Coordinator'needed for
large flatbed trucking company Exp in
Iransponanion necessary. Salary depend.
eni on eXlperience. Health. LiLe' Denial.'
J401K Paid vacation holiday and more
Grayson Michnell Rick 800-.131-1862
LEAD CARPENTER Experienc:e wrin
renovation and new consrucihon, salary
poilion w beniii package, company '.er.-
ie poienlial 904-285-3663
An esiabhshed Ponte Vedra preCsnoolc
CDA a plus FeuIrie houis Pos'rirn aval-
able Jurn 1-t1 C il28".'-2965

QUALIFIED PET Srlil nededed Modern
shop greal ,nco-jme FT PT 9041349-2699
MED TECH and Caregiver 3pmr.
11pm. 11pm-7am. FT, musl enjoy working
will Ine elderly Apply in person ai Ash-
lord Coun Assisied Livin.a, 1700 The
Greens Way. Jax Br,. FL 32250 EOE
CUSTOMER service & sales w exc com.
municaon skills Full or pan time Base
plus bonus Fax resume i90-I285-0010
or email jipm--med.akids corn
DRIVER- Hiring qualified drivers lor Cen-
Iral Florida local arind rnai.onal OTR pos-
lions Food grade banker, no hazmal, rn..
pumps Greal Oenelils compelritve pay
and new equipmenrit. tieeo years experi-
ence Call Bynum Tianporn lor your Op-
portuniry ioda,. 1800i.)74 -7950
O'O Driver FFE, The FS is rigner rere'
$i1 11 Aivg $,2 000 t) sign-on $2,600 relerral
bonus. Base plale provided No nuck no.
problem. Low payment with shon lease
(800 569-9298
SMALL OCE ANFRONT Holel seeking de-
pendable housekeepers and Ironm desk
clerk Weekends required Please apply in
person 120 Allanric Blvd. Nepiune
INSURANCE AGEr-IT w License 220- 4-1-0
rinede'jc-tor iapotiried inmuranr,.e agenc-'
at beaches. M-F FT PT Call 241-0777
ask lor Gary
rig for last paced IM.FP practice Comp.el-
ilive salary ,& eneleis Fa> resume.
190412-11-0831 or call 19041241.1035
BOOKKEEPER- AB PlanI Nursery seeks
mull- lTaker Ecel proiicieni winh tErong
accounting backgro:urnd Peachniree exp. a
plus Fax resume io 246-1558 or email au-
dreyecog ,.Delii.uir, nei

Join the crew at The
Boathouse Grill.
Line Cooks
Wait StalT
Apply In Person M-F 9am 3pm
2321 Beach Blvd.

Up to $420 plus+
per week!
(Within 5 weeks F/T)
SPaid Weekly
Design your own daytime hours
Work regular clients near your
Experience a plus
Must have own transportation
and home phone

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and Beaches. Work in teams of three.
Must have own transportation, valid driv-
er's license. Approximately $175/wk to
start. Moday-Friday, no nights/weekends.
Home Cleaning Centers of America.
CITY of Atlantic Beach. $10.53/hr.,
$421.20/wk., $21,902.40/yr. Responsible
for maintaining planted materials & land-
scaping within the City. Valid FL Driver's
License. Must be able to obtain First Aid &
CPR cert. within 6 mths. of hire. Applica-
tions accepted until 6/14/06, 800 Seminole
Rd., Atlantic Beach, FL 32233. For more
info call (904)247-5820 or visit
www.coab.us. No smokers/ tobacco
users. Drug testing conducted. EOE.
able cleaning help. Residential/Commer-
cial. Call 242-9358.
Drivers CDL A "Honey I'm Home...Every
Weekend" Great pay & benefits Special
orientation pay for exp. drivers! Paid train-
ing for school grads! Cypress Truck Lines,
Inc. www.cypresstruck.com (888)808-
Local company seeking experienced
workers for. landscape and irrigation instal-
lations. Above average wages for hard
workers. Driver's license preferred. Call
MBI Landscaping at 249-3317, or apply at
861 10th St. South, Jax Beach.
Line Cook, Prep/Utility. Good money, cas-
ual atmosphere, very busy, great people
to work with. FT/PT. 285-0139.
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SWIMMING POOL Construction, Top
pay & benefits. Palace Pools. 998-1811,
11655 Central Pkwy #313, Jax, FL

NO NIGHTS, No Sundays. Front Counter
help for First Coast Laundry & Cleaners,
610 North 3rd Street, Jax :Beach,
HELPER FOR Hardwood IIOOr insialler
Must nave own Iransponaicn 223-. I'95
FT & PT posiIonr, a..ailale at JacKi.or,
ville Metro Treatment Center, an outpa-
.tient substance ,treatment provider. Day
hours only Berelisv w FT position. Fax re-
sume t. 1j9043-468.1-83- I, .
30-40 HRS per week Ic.r warerious.e & n.
fjrniiure s.ore worker Must De able tol iih
501l:- Appi, 'n sore 241 -5558.
FIS ee-ks a dr.ver mirl i year iigr. truck
exp., plus a clean d iring record Back-
ground ,Chcl, req'c Cr'mnopel,'..e- pay Icen
efiis & sgr, ,on btonu,' Apply M-F 8.-1 aa
74- 10)h Si. Souini Jack:.onville Beacr.
FL 32250 Ph 904-247.8899 EOE,
SALES ADMIN Pricfessonal Admin
w siro'rng 1ales background Handle
quoles. Cusicomer ser.'ce. rnstall schedule
for 2-3 sales reps. Con.irucionri back-
ground a plus Mugi rnave excelleri comr-
puler skills degree preferred, 2-3yrs. ex-
pelrence in last paced orice environment
required .Jax Beach locaaiion Fax resume
to 249-8177 or emaidli sgih4conlracicon-
necion.iz .
COUNTER HELP. Ponie Vedra area.
FT.PT Call 285-56,4-3.
beach seO.eking Weekend Receptionist.
Servers. Pool Bartender, Line Cook. Fa-
cility Handyman. and Golf Course
Mainlenance workers DFWP FT PT
available rusi ce depencdale anad ougo-
ing Goli pri,,lecges Prihone 9',4.2-46-4227.
email" accounting@selvamarina.com. .-ir
appi', in person

SEA TURTLE Inn is now hiring qualified
leaders for the following positions: Front
Desk Agent, Front Desk Supervisor, Res-
ervations Agent, Guest Room Attendaht,
Lead Cook, Station Cook, Restaurant
Server, Night Auditor, Dishwasher, PBX
Operator. All positions are flexible shifts.
Send resume or apply in person to: HR
Dept., 1 Qcean Blvd., Atlantic Beach,
32233. 904-853-2331. Fax 904-249-5959,
email: bacosta@seaturtle.com EOE
HIRING FULL-TIME Driver/ Landscape
Helper. Call Ppm 742-7769.
pay to qualified applicants. Must have
basic tools and transportation. 710-6732.
City of Atlantic Beach, $12.48/hr; $499/wk;
$25,958/yr+ benefits. Must obtain a mini-
mum of a Class "C" Collection or Distribu-
tion System Technician Certif. within 18
mths from hire date; must obtain & hold a
valid Class "B" Comm. Driver License with
air brakes within 6 mths from hire date;
Applications accepted until 06/07/06- at
800 Seminole Rd, Atl. Beach, FL 32233.
For more info visit www.coab.us or call
(904)247-5820. No smokers/tobacco
users. Drug testing conducted. EOE.
Pressmen, Bindery, Graphic Design, and
Pre-press. 514-1090.
Flexible hours, no weekends, excellent.
pay. Transportation & phone required.
591-5901, 514-1188.
ALL THE miles you can legally handlell!
Come drive for All American Xpressl Late
Model Equipment, No Touch Freight, No
East Coast. 2yrs verifiable experience.
Good driving record. (800)282-1911 x115.
PAINTERS NEEDED. Must be. experi-
enced & dependable. Transportation a
mustfl (904)568-0990, (904)465-4172.
City of Atlantic Beach. Starting pay of
$26.02/hr. ($54,122/yr.) to $34.70/hr
($72,176/yr.) D.O.Q. +benefits. Bachelor's
degree & min. 5 yrs. law enforcement ex-
perience. Must obtain State of Florida Law
Enforcement Certification within 1 yr. of
hire. Second in command where Chief is
in DROP plan. Applications accepted until
06/28/06, 800 Seminole Rd. Atlantic
Beach, FL 32233. For more info call
(904)247-5820 or visit www.coab.us. No
smokers/ tobacco users..Drug testing con-
ducted. EOE.
MOVING AND Storage Co. is currently
seeking professional, courteous and expe-
rienced Laborers and Drivers, Drivers
must, possess a valid A or B CDL Drivers
License. Drug testing is required. For
more information call 241-2921.
TAXI DRIVERS Wanied Clean driving re-
cord required Call Apr.i, 246-9999.
GROWING CHURCH wlin expanding pro-
grams 1s seeking a dynamic leader tor our
childhood and youth minislhes. Hodges
Boulevard Presbvyterian Chuich. located in
the midsl ol one er Jacksonv.les lasiest-
growing areas will embrace the leader-
srhip or an individual who belie',,es ministry
10 youin and children is vilal 10 the lie ol
ine community If you have at least 3 5
years expenence in leading children'youln
Craislian education programs and level
God calling you o10 iris kind of work, we
would love to lalk wian you We prefer a
college degree or commensurate, eperi-
ence Please send your resume to lee-
loni@earirIhnk net. sublect HR Commil-
PRIVATE CLEANING Company seeking
re.iable insuiable worker Serious inqui-
ries only Monday-Friday Call 716-882i4,
le-ave men .cage-
CARPErTER WANTED For remodeling
work Experienced only. Call 285 8829

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Banquet-Supervisor 'Hluman Resources Assist.
Lead Cook Room Service Server
Maintenance Engineer Dishwasher
Engineering Admin. Asst Men's Locker Room Attd.

We offer competitive wages, excellent benefits,
opportunities for advancement and
a caring management staff.
Please apply in person Tuesday- Friday. 9 a.m.- 4 p.m. or by appt.
1000 PGA TOUR Boulevard; Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32082'
Website: www.sawgrassmarriott.com
Job Hotline: (904) 280-7070


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winning, locally owned newspaper. Candidates should have sales
experience, and should be goal-oriented. Base plus commission.
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Work at the beach. Handle inDound sales
from advertising'anc create sales win oui-
bound calls Musi have good relationsrhip
and closing skills. Prosp .:ling exper-
ence and customer service is a must
along with PC siiils anrd aenliry 1, work in-
dependently. Earn $65,000 per year
with proper experience. Fax resume to
241-7333 or email jenniler 'at
WAIJTED LINE Cooks Hostesses. &
Servers. 12.3pmn Camnpecne Bay Caniira
127 1z1 Ave NIjonh, Jay Beacn Apply in
person 249-3322.
PRE SCHOOL TEACHER Asssiant ai mei
Cambridge Prep S.'nool Ponie Velra
Beacr,. Comrrpeiitive pay & greal oeneliis.
Call 255-7997 lor details
Sc'.holdl ErG1i,:.r" Irorn v./,, r!,r call
LOOKING FOR Si;rcere Caregiver to com-
piiei lean .ar riq ii, or elderly lady, home
care experience. cenified HHhA or CNA
Flexible icnedule averaging 50nrs.. 12-
24 rr shins. $12'nr. Non-smoi.ing Back-
ground crieck drug lesi Leave message
t904.4 4'4.2955
Liquor Store Clerk, Bartender, Door
Guy,' Must be able to work days, nights,
weekends, and noi.davs Musi pass drug
iles and background check. Call Robert @
. 65-0149 '.
DISPATCHER NEEDED for large flatbed
trucking company. Exp. in transportation
necessary. Salary' dependent on experi-
ence. Health/ life/ derital/ 401K. Paid va-
cation/ holiday and much morel Grayson
Mitchell, Inc. Rick 800-434-1882.
DON needed for 60-Ded SNF in Nonn jax
Prior rirqmtl exp ir, elder care. knowledge
o. lederai, stale regs, and leadership skills
a rrust Coniac: Joel Clausen, Admin
Edgewood Nursing Center
(904)766-7436. Fax (904)766-5749.

SILK PRESSER, Ponte Vedra area, guar-
anteed hours. 285-5644.
*PONTE VEDRA Animal Hospital seeking.
Receptionist with Customer Service expe-
rience. Apply within, 28 Corona' Rd.,
Ponte Vedra, 285-7924. -
enced preferred, will train. Must have ex-
cellent people skills and clean driving re-
cord. Apply in person. Ashford Court As-
sisted Living, 1700 The Greens Way, Jax

NURSING ASSISTANT Iocoking lor work
Day or nigni shih 543.1860
QUA-ITN' CARE Irom- ire rean lor irhe
elderly 24;7 Senior Companion Services.
STATE Coeniied HHA' CNA S.ner will
give Qualiry care lor elderly in ire privacy
o01 ihen own home. Call Veronica ai 783.
6440 or 19041993-3490C
HOME CARE 24hr:. My. home, lor pa.
rent'parerns. 25yrs+ experience Reier-
en:es Please call 1904i223-5579
DEPENDABLE WOMAN available for
house, parent pet sitting. References.
249-7685. 945-5862 .
IF YOU are interesled in advertising under
ihis category please call 904.-249-9033 or
e-mail c-la's,iied. ''beacnesieades.com ,
CARE-GIVER 1', RS eCpiiencei ,3alia."
Ole M.F pan-rime only. Local references

HOT TUB 4 person, lounge, $500

WOLFF TANNIING beds Buy Direct and
save! Full body uniis Irjm i$22 a montn.
Free color catalog Call today 1800)842-
1305, www np elsian com
ELECTRIC. HOSPITAL bed wiuil soderals
$600, bedside commode $50. sicdewalker
$80; quadcane $30, guard tails $30. Call
room set. $300. Mighl deliver 246-1832.
PRO-STYLE POOL Table $500. Various-
other furniture pieces. Call 249-7926.
IS STRESS ruining your relationships"
Buy and Read Dianeiics by.L Ron Hue-
bard. Call (813)872-0722 or send $8.00 to,
Dianetics, 3102 N. Habana. Ave., Tampa,
FL 33607.
AT&T PARTNER phone system. 5 phones
installed for $899. 249-8877..
BEAUTIFUL. SOLID Oak. Antique Roli-lop
Desk. Drawer slacks on boih sides. Pi-
geon hold comparimeni & writing side-
boards Very large & heavy Excellent
condition. $690. 923-2545.

KING-SIZE BED, -w/wicker neadbo:.arid.
great condition $150. Large wooden enter-.
tainment center w/mirror and lights $225.
METAL ROOFING. Save $.$ Buy dreci
Irom manula,:rurer 20 c,':-ors in sicCk wAin
all accesorie Ouck tIurn around gDelv.
ery available Toll ir.e i8880393-0335
Grandlaiher Cha.,r PErleci condc.on
$400,pair 280-024 4
CREAM COLORED Pi Group sol:a J3 p.s
$100 Call 534-3336

HEART PINE. tongue &, groove Ilooring
cut from antique Pine himners Insiallairon
.lair maternal FLORIDA HEARTWOOD
Al'TOiOE SOL'D kVlinui doubte .ed
V,,'orianri wn rrmach'ng 50' dresser & lull
irrr.ed .rr.orr l' IS ':,1 di ualily carving
Crca 1890 $3200 i904RI49.4324 Plus.

CITA OF Miami, Surplus Property 24 7 On.
line AuClions Vehicles Equipmeni, Ci,,
Surplus an3 more www irramisurplus org
or cww LoneSiarOrine corn
Mountain viias- Cariners. NC. 6 .ed-.
rooms. 6.1-2 baltris. 3 separwle levels wtlh
disiind livind areas. Auction June 16 ai
5pm Open House May 27 28, June 10
11 and 16 Irom 1 '4pm Phoios and delaill
al www woitz cc.m Woinz & Associales
Inc Brokers & Auclioneers iNCAL 97560i
Roanoke VA 1800i551-3588

LARGE SET o01 Diamond earnings, or dia-
mond necklace, 1 ct plus. 463-0505.
WANTED SURFBOARD & water skis, Call
IF YOU are inieresied in advenising under
t-is category please call 904-249-9033 or
email. classic ed@beacnesleader.com


$.75/sf. 30% thicker, still in box. Must urday, 8am-1pm. Furniture, Baby, Boat
744-6534. ing, Household item's Clothing, miscella-
9 TWINl DRwjn w~/mantrnq_ oakI cnnonn ball '' :

YARD SALE, 1639 Roberts Drive. Furni-
ture, Miscellaneous items. Saturday,
8am-? '

WHIRLPOOL WASHER & Dryer, $75/ea.
30 day warranty. Deliver,, $20. 318-8173,

HOUSEHOLD GOODS, children's items,
dinette set, GE elec. range less than 1 yr.
old. Sat., June 3, 8am-Noon, 1851 Selva
Marina Drive.
RATTAN CHAIR, small .roll-top desk,
lamps. Lots of good stuff. Saturday, 8am-
1pm, 211 Pine Street.
HOUSEHOLD ITEMS, most under $5, as-
sorted office furniture, Saturday,8am-3PM,
2101 Hidden Cove Cir.

boat slip for rent, 40ft. $600, 50ft. $700,
TRIC, DOCK LOCKER. Cable and phone
service available @ slip. Mobile fuel serv-
ice & pump out also available. 463-2845.

2000 FORD Ranger XLT, extended cab,'
excellent condition, 4-dr super cab, v-6,
automatic transmission, PW/PL, cd, new
tires, $7400 OBO, 887-9030.

92 DODGE VAN, needs some work, $600 94 CHRYSLER-LHS, loaded A/C, good
OBO. 374-6870, 742-7633. tires, $1400 OBO. Must sell 334-5294.

1994 DODGE Caravan, automatic, runs
great! Good condition, $1200. Please call
2006 FORD F-350, 6.0 diesel dually. King
Ranch, crew cab, loaded. 10,000mi.
$48,500. 502-6629.

97 FORD Coniour. A.C new lires 5K
mi $1-00 OBO Mus sell! 331 345-94

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

WHAT KIND of training are you looking
for? We are now offering Puppy 101 and
Basic obedience classes, plus all' levels of
Agility CGC, classes are (Free). Near
Craig Air Field. Call us @ Actions Dog
Training-Day & Nght Center. 642-1782.
PUT ME To Work. I'll clean your house or
office; care for your children while you go
out; water your, plants aqd care for your
cats while you're away. Call Jeannie
Townsend, 631-1392.

2002 HONDA CIVIC LX Coupe, automat-
ic, low miles, $11,500 OBO. 992-9017.
2002 LEXUS SC430 only 39,000 miles.
Black, NAV, Mark Levenson Sound Sys-
tem, Run flat tires. One owner. Must see.
$39,000. Call Judi 273-3999.
1989 FORD Mustang Convertible,
12,000 miles on rebuilt engine, needs
some TLC. New brakes, tires. Runs good.
$1500 firm. 571-1112.

ENDLESS SUMMER Lawncare. Free esti-

imates. Professional customer service.
Mowing, edging, weeding, trimming- trees,
shrubs. Licensed & Insured. Residential &
commercial. CALL US FIRST! 270-2664.
Total Lawn Maintenance. Clean-ups, Sod-
ding, Mulching, Re-planting. Free esti-
mates. 247-3344.
SOON TO be Florida State student look-
ing to make some money this summer for
school by cutting grass. If interested
please call 483-0059 or 223-5531 ask for
WINSOR LAWN Service, Inc. Competitive
rates. Call Alan. 237-5301.

Sor.NSITE HArtDYMAAN Licensed Medical PALM TREES, Hedges Trimmed, Yard
Prol-ss.onai avaiiale irrmmdiaely Reer- ,Clean-ups, Mulching, Sodding, whatever it
fences avaiabCle. Call Mr Write .294-. ln: takes, etc. Dave 249-4724.

Spe-S;aliing irn all types of home repairs.
20yls experience No Job Too Small!
Free Esimaies Doug Tuttle, 446-0051.
Licensed, .. ;
SEWING MACHINE. Repairs. Complete
lune-up AlI'makes, all models, $49.50.

ABOvE & Be onro Hoouisekeepirin De.
penriaaDie eladied .'lear,,nri Licensed. In-
,ured reerer,,.,- Irmmediale openingsg s
591.5901 514-1188.
e>:per ;r,ce Sai.iai,-l,on guaranteed Free
earmaie i904i446 6.111

We clean e','eryirhin carpehl, tie and
groui u %,r,Od,..s pre.szure iasru ng ,n ol
iic Cala .I.-nairiari 27'.)- 112
A SPECIAL T-.juc:i ior c-.'ur nome. I1o
crew's individjai 3lan, excellent reiererci..
Li,:ensed Km 568-4191
pendable. free eshmraes Excellent reler-
ences. 372-944-.
13 years e rperen:e ReasorinaCe prices
ioC minimum rrales. weeknd arpporinl-
merenis availabtle 9046525.74 419

WOOD Fence Specialist. Install, replace.
35yrs Experience. References. Mick Out-
dobr Enierporses 241-7276, 838-9599._

HOMEOWNERSI BAD credit please ap-
ply! BK's, late mortgage. payments, Fico
scores to 475! 24-hour approvals. No pay-
ments until Juily 1st. FL Licensed Morti
gage Broker. Meridian Capital (800)424-

applications, house calls, training, repairs,
upgrades, websites, graphics'Free phone
tech. 904-249-3034 or e-mail :
callroC",'com'.ast nel


DAVID'S LAWNCARE, free estimates,
sod work, landscaping, honest & depend-
able. Residential & Commercial: .Call Da-
vid 710-1030.
TONY'S .-AWN Care 992-8728
sional Lawn & Landscape Mainlenance
Co. FREE ESTIMATES. 535-2515

PROFESSIONAL LAWN service. We mow,.
lawns. Free estimates. 246-0967.
Dependable Quality Service. Reasonable
rates. 821-0737.

Spe.-;aliz;riq in "Complete Flowerbed
Cleaning and Workover". Call Hermon,
246.42386, 612-.1755
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Grading, Lawn Replacements. Spread
Dirt, Gravel, Lime Rock. Mulch. Stone.
Irrigation Repairs. MUCH MORE! Bob.
334-6091. ,

Safe rool cleaninq.- Deck & lence
rei-^r~l,,.:r'i Prec ur-.%, nr,',r,_ Licern ed '&
insured Cali Kevin, 994-0045
Cleaning Licensed. Insured Free Esi.
males Houses, decks. walkways. drive-
ways rallos 248-9672
PRESSURE WASHERS lor rent or sale
Tucker Equipmeni Reniai 246-1330.

NEW CONSTRUCTION, remodeling and
repaint. Residential and commercial. Men-
tion this ad. 246-1529.
NATIVE PAINTER- exceptional residen-
tial/ commercial pressure'washing, paint-
ing, drywall crack repair, wall covering. Li-
censed, insured, references. 403-7389.
WASHING COMPANY. 15yrs. experi-
ence. Specializing in Beach homes.,
IMPROVEMENTS. Interior/Exterior Paint-
ig, Faux Finishes. Rotten Wood Replace-
ment, Pressure Washing. (904)894-4257.

FAST INTERIOR painting, drywall, tex-
.ture. Specialize in smaller jobs. Will work.
evenings & weekends. Licensed, insured,
references. 403-7389.
free estimates, work guaranteed, licensed.
Property management rates for quick
rental/sale turn-arounds, and custom paint
also. Call for FREE ESTIMATES. 497-
2553 or 724-6877. Licensed & Insured.
LICENSED PAINT Contractor will -paint
any avg. size room $75. (904)613-1271.
Email: PerRm75Dollars@aol.com

Silver/black-top, AM/FM/CD. 88,000 miles.
Good condition. $8000. Call 247-6593,
1995 RANGLER S, 4x4, 81,000 miles,
$5200. 246-1755.
1999 VW JETTA VR6.
Private owner, 75.000mi. $6,500. Call Ri-
chard 673-9179.

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

IF YOU are interested in advertising under
this category please call-904-249-9033 or
email: classified@beachesleader.com
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ing. Most residential pools $25/week+
chemicals. Licensed, Insured. We make
your life a little easier. 285-0240.

Custom made 6" seamless aluminum gut-
ters. Large variety of colors to choose
from, 241-5099.
IF YOU are interested in advertising under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or
e-mail: classified @beachesleader.com

WOOD REPAIRS. Termite & Rotten
wood, siding,, stucco, repairs. Licensed
General Contractor. 247-9525.
RHODES & RHODES Construction Man-
agement Inc. Remodeling & renovation
specialists. CBC1253069. 249-1745.

Repairs, specializing in termite damage.
Ali types of home repairs- rotten wood, ter-
mile damage. exieror siding, guners, roof
leaks, drywall. ile, pressure washing,
painting and _ur, decks, kiicnen cabinets
and courier lops All your n.:.me needs.
Free esimale, very clean work Call Al
463-1711. Licensed and insured.
General Contractor. CGC 1505263.
Commercai & Resdeniial New. homes,
room addilions. remodeling, 'stucco,
siding Ouairy Guaranmee-d Affordable
prices. Free estimates. (904)234-1179.
HOME IMPROVEMENTS wood iie, dry.
wall & paint witn 40yrs exp Masier car-
penier Sieve 241-7838

CRAFTSMAN, ALL types';of home repairs.
Professional painting, ceramic tile installa-
tion. Ask for Brett 568-2451. .
dependable ,for quality' repairs,, service
calls, painting, improvements and miscel-
laneous jobs. DAVE. 246-6628.
pairs/low voltage electrical. 30yrs. experi-
ence.,Steve 994-6548
C&J HANDYMAN Services. Carpentry,
Drywall,' Painting, Paperhanging, Tiling,
etc. Licensed, Insured. 955-P593,
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ROOFING. IN-TOWN prices @ the
Beach. 25yrs: experience. 880-9908.
ALL Types Roofing & Repairs. 246-5649.

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LADY'S CLOTHING Boutique. Jax Beach.
Great clientele. 616-8224.

MULTI-FAMILY SALE household, ,much
more Saturday, 8am-12pm, 107 Wood-
lands Dr.
THREE-FAMILY SALE Saturday, 8am-
2pm. Appliance and household. 128 Mag-
nolia Hammock Dr.

Consignment City Marine. 779-5673. We
sell 1 boat every 1-1/2 days! Check us out
at www.used-boats.net

1995 TOYOTA Camry, excellent condi-
tion, only 67,000/mi., automatic transmis-
sion, PW/PL, cruise, AC. $4900 OBO.
2004 DODGE DURANGO SLT, rear air,
third seat, running boards, roof rack,
cruise, tilt, AM/FM/Disc stereo, power
locks, steering, windows, 31K miles, exc.
condition. V8 5.7 hemi magnum engine,
dark grey w/light grey interior. $21,900.
POLICE IMPOUNDSI Cars from $500! For
listings, 800-749-8116 ext. 3629.
96 FORD Taurus, loaded, runs good,
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ABOVE: Jammers
Championship Frisbee
competitor Pat Marron per-
forms on Jacksonville
.- Beachlast Saturday during
I ,'-- the contest. Participants
from several countries took
part in the event.
LEFT: Three-time
Freestyle Players
Association world charnpi-
on Paul Kenny, who lives
in Jacksonville Beach and
brought the event here,
lifts his leg over a spinning
frisbee during the contest.

Today's fans seem to forget

how great Henry Aaron was

Spring Musings ...
What a difference a genera-
tion can make. Just think if
Babe Ruth had known about
steroids and used them instead
of cramming his big belly with
hot dogs and soda pop before
games, like they say, he might
have been a great home run
slugger, too.
The same might be said for
Henri Aaron, who really broke
into the game right here at old
Myrtle Avenue ballpark. Henry
never stuffed himself with hot
dogs, but as agile and powerful
he was naturally, who knows
what he might have been with
But the man who broke the
record, who broke the record,
now is acclaimed the greatest
who ever lifted a bat. The kids
and grown baseball nuts in the
stands and bleachers who never
saw Henry Aaron, much less
Babe Ruth or Ted Williams,
for that matter, can't be con-
vinced that there was anyone as
great as their present idol.
Never mind the amazing
wrist power Aaron had, nor the
eyes that Williams had, iwho
might have been as great a
home run slugger as he was a
.400 hitter if he hadn't been
taken out for Air Force duty in
two wars what might both of
them done with a good dose of
Mind you, we are not claim-
ing any of the present sluggers
are or have been on a steroid
diet, but the wondering is there.
Maybe the present home run
king just got his start eating
spinach. It did all right for
The ACC baseball tourna-
ment came to a successful fin-
ish, financially and artistically
and the Baseball Grounds of
lacksonville had another
chance to show off the city and
what can be offered here.
Not only was this a thrilling
climax, with the Clemson Tigers
finishing off the N.C. State
Wolfpack, 8-4, after demolish-
ing Georgia Tech in an explo-
sive burst. 16-11. but the Tigers
showed their right to the cham-
pionship, winning 20 of their
last 22 games.
This was another example of
the appeal of Jacksonville's
beautiful baseball facility. This


year the attendance of
easily broke last year's 66
Saturday's show of 22,
not only a one-day reco
for baseball, but prove
game can draw with go
The Sports and Enterta
Division, Michael Sulliva
tor, deserve the city's app
Never say that ple
school support doesn't
team. Clemson's die-ha
swamped the Baseball G
for the ACC tourney I
they invade the whole
complex whenever thi
play in the Gator Bowl
They always come sweet
like a parade of gypsies a
cheered their heroes
week as though it was m
Clemson has had a cl(
nection with lacksonvi
since the Gator Bowl
started. Old Frank I
brought them here for
time in 1949 and thi
turned out to be the f

thriller in Gator Bowl history,
the Tigers of Clemson defeating
the Tigers of Missouri, 24-23.
Who can forget them here in
1978, when they beat Ohio
State in the game of the infa-
mous sock on the kisser to a
Tiger by Buckeyes' coach
Woody Hayes?
Just when Atlanta Braves fans
had all but given up on their
S heroes, Bobby Cox's lads came
r back and won seven straight, all
SON but burying the Chicago Cubs
right there in Wrigley Field.
Every game was a battle of
"3.251 boo-boos, errors here, errors
6, 745. there and lousy pitching. The
119 was Cubs actually gave three games
)rd here away, but Sunday the Cox boys
*ed the outdid themselves to win in 11
)od pro- innings, 13-12.
Naturally, knowing the
ainment Braves, they had got themselves
n, direc- in a hole by blowing a four-run
)lause. lead in the ninth as the bullpen
*nty of collapsed like an old opera hat.
help a The Braves miss their ace catch-
urd fans er, Mark McCann, out with a
rounds hurt. John Smoltz was tattooed
ust like Sunday, but they won and that's
e sports what counts.
e Tigeis Good and bad news for the
Classic. Jacksonville Suns. Just as things
ping in were looking up, seven wins in a
nd they row and fust place in the South
on last Division of the Southern
e World League. the Dodgers snatched
their fine centerfielder. Matt
ose con- Kemp, for the big team not
lle ever Triple A in Las Vegas. He was
games hitting .327. seven homers and
Howard playing defense like Joe
the first Djilaggio. Is this trip necessary,
e game Dodgers?
irst real



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