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JULY4, 2006

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An edition of The Beaches Leader


Vol. 44. No. 4

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

^ Water bottling plant plans Sawgrass Mariott

could be running dry

changing owners


Some residents of Marsh Landing,
looking for a "neighborhood feeling,"
organized the private community's
first July 4 parade, which was held
"We're hoping this will become an
annual event," said Karim Crowley, the
newly added director of recreation and
community for Marsh Landing's
recently expanded master board.
"We're trying to revamp the neigh-
borhood community feeling in Marsh
Landing. We're trying to do more
recreational activities. We're trying to
be more family oriented and focused.
"We thought, if we started with
activities like this on a regular basis,
we'd get that neighborhood feeling
we're looking for," Crowley said.
More than 200 adults and children
took part in the parade, which was led
by a St. Johns County fire truck.
A Cub Scout color guard was there
for the opening ceremonies, which
included the playing of patriotic songs.
St. Johns County Sheriff's Office repre-
sentatives were there for safety finger-
printing of children. And a disk jockey
spun records and kept up a line of pat-

The parade made two circuits around
the perimeter of Marsh Landing
County Club's parking lot.
Gene Roos, one of Marsh Landing's
security guards and a 22-year Na\' vet-
eran, who served with the Seabees in
Vietnam and Desert Storm/Desert
Shield, was the parade's grand marshal.
Roos, who started with the Marsh
Landing security group in 1994, served
in Vietnam from 1968-1971. He left
the Navy after Vietnam, then went
back in again in 1980 and served in
Desert Storm and Desert Shield aboard
U.S.S. Leyte Gulf.
The event was staged by the Marsh
Landing master board, which recently
expanded by two members, one of
which was Crowley.
"We think there's nothing better
than having a little patriotism, honor-
ing our folks, all the military who are
abroad, and celebrating Independence
Day," said Crowley.
Organizers said they were pleased
with the event and with the turnout, a
key element of deciding whether to
bring the parade back next year.
Another Ponte Iedra Beach comnulliti.
Sawmill Lakes, continues its annual
Fourth of luly parade. See A-7.

St. Johns County's
talks with beverage
company are stalled.

Four months ago the St. Johns Boa
Commissioners approved $3.5 million wor
impact fee incentives to bring a water bottling
Now, employees of the county's utility
aren't sure the plant is going to be built.
"I'm not sure what's going to happen with
tling plant," County Utility Director Bill Yoi
in a meeting of the Ponte Vedra Beaches Co.
last week.
"Frankly, I'm not sure that it's coming,"
said, adding that meetings with the plant's
representatives have been very "on again,
off again."
The plant, which would bottle .
water and other beverages for Le
Nature's beverage company, would
use about 1.1 million gallons of /
water per day.
Since the. incentives for the /
plant were approved in February, /
the company's representation /
has changed from the Stellar Hen
Group to First Industrial Realty Comm
Trust. A wa
As of Thursday, Young said he supply,
hadn't heard from Le Nature's warning
new representatives in more could
than two weeks, making it diffi- river."
cult to move the project along.
Also, the county has request-
ed that Le Nature's pay for the TherI
cost of modifying the county's hManage
consumptive use permit (CUP), After
which is issued by the St. Johns sources
River Water Management 1998 w
District. allow a
The county's current CUP lion gal
does not allow bottling as a use to speed
for water in this area and the growth,
plant's mass consumption of source f
water each day would surpass the sarn
allowable amounts.
But Young said the company
has not vet agreed to pay for those

Ponte Vedra customers, has rate structures for commercial
entities and residences.
ard of County / Young said he would need to look into industrial rates
th of tax and before the county agreed to create such a special structure
ig plant to the 'I for the plant.
,' "It's a major change to our rate structure" and would
department ultimately be a decision for the county commissioners,
th ere Young said.
i the bot- Many community members have spoken outward-
ung said en/ouIg lv against the plant because it would tap directly
alition into the county's fresh ground water supply a
K A E'kl w ater? precious resource in Florida.
he W t Young told residents last week, however, that
s / the St. Johns River Water Management
/ \, District considers the bottling plant to be
", a clean industry that uses water no dif-
Bill Young, St. Johns County Utility Director: ferently than a farm does.
"The short answer is yes, there's plenty of ground Young said water on a farm is used
water to supply the county for the next 20 to 30 to irrigate crops which are shipped
years." Plans are to treat reclaimed water and, with to different parts of the state, just
a new osmosis water plant, brackish water, bolster- as bottled water from the plant
ing the underground supply. would be shipped elsewhere.
Nonetheless, some audience
members at the Coalition meet-
ry Warner, St. Johns Civic Association Roundtable, Water ing were skeptical about giving
ittee member: away' fresh water.
iter bottling plant would have a "very substantial" impact on "WVe're running out of water,"
based on the St. Johns River Water Management District's Coalition member Dan
g that continued use of water from the Floridan Aquifer MacDonald said in the meeting.
damage it. "It would be much better to draw it [water] off the According to a statement
from Barbara Vergara, director
of the division of water supply
S. .manageffietif within the water
esa Monson, spokeswoman, St. Johns River Water management district, St. Johns
*ment District: County was considered a prior-
St. Johns County came up with a plan to get water from ity .water resource caution area
other than the aquifer, the county was removed from the about five years ago.
ater caution area. If the water management district were to Neal Shinkre, engineering
water bottling plant in St. Johns County to remove 1.5 mil- manager for the county's utility
lons per day as proposed, the county would likely be required department, confirmed this in a
d up plans for alternate sources. To keep up with the county's February interview, saying the
*'water may not be available from the same groundwater county's use of shallow ground-
being used by the-county now and it may not be available at Iwater was causing water levels
le cost. Additional study would be necessary." in wetland areas to recede.
The water management dis-
trict encouraged the county to
find other sources of water besides

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In their last meeting, Young said repre-
sentatives from First Industrial asked county
staff about perhaps creating an industrial rate
structure for their water and sewer bills.
Young said at the Coalition meeting that the county's utility
department currently does not have an industrial rate structure
because it doesn't provide service to any industrial establishments
such as hospitals or government buildings.
The county utility department, which recently began serving

the fresh ground water under the sur-
GraphicbyTedLamb face, so the county made plans for an
osmosis water treatment plant, which is
currently under construction.
That plant will convert brackish water, which is deep-
er underground and more expensive to treat, into safe drinking
water. Young said the osmosis plant is scheduled to open at the
beginning of next year.
Several residents in last week's Coalition meeting suggested
that the bottling plant find an alternative water source as well.

Sadie Butler stands with her mother and father,
Duke Butler and Sheila McLenaghan, as all three
prepare for the first Independence Day parade at-
Marsh Landing.


The Sawgrass Marriott Resort
& Spa has been sold, according
to employees, who said they
were told of the sale Friday
Hotel Manager Jeffrey
Oliasami said in a telephone
interview Monday that the sale
has not been finalized. He said
he could neither confirm nor
deny it.
"We are not trying to hide
anything, but, honestly, noth-
ing is confirmed
yet," he said.
But on a Web
site for RQB
Sawgrass, part of a
Dublin-based -
property compa- 1
ny Redquartz
Boundary, a
report has been
posted confirm-
ing the compa-
ny's purchase of
the Sawgrass
Marriott Resort & Jeffrey
Spa in Ponte
Vedra Beach. A sale price was
not given.
When the sale is finalized,
Oliasami said, nothing will
change at the resort.
"It's just an investment
change," he said, adding that
the name, management and
staff of the resort will stay the
The resort, on PGA Tour
Boulevard in Ponte Vedra
Beach, emprgry,~sp)!O0.
Interstate Hotels and Resorts

There are 18 condominium
projects with a total of more
than 575 units in the pipeline
that will exceed the 35-foot
height limit in Jacksonville
Beach and several others are
fighting for the same chance.
In addition, about a dozen
claims have been filed with the
city by developers declaring
their intent to seek legal relief
in Circuit Court from the city's
35-foot height restriction.
The restriction, which went
to a vote in after being pushed
by a citizen group known as
Beach Watch, went into effect
in November 2004, immediate-
ly after it was approved by
Jacksonville Beach voters.
Three developers have filed
suit against the city, seeking
vested rights to proceed with
projects that were stalled by
the height referendum.
"Some may go further than
that, some may not.aall," City
Attorney Stephen Stratford said
when asked about the remain-
der of the claims and whether
the notices will lead to law-
suits. "At this point there are
only two in court."
Projects that obtained a
building permit prior to the
effective date of the height
restriction are not limited to 35
feet in height.
Those that did not file for a
building permit before the
height limit took effect can
only go higher than 35 feet if a
judge orders the city to grant a
Pending claims include five
filed by developer Chris
The first is as the Atlantis of
Jax Beach Inc. to proceed with
a planned 48-unit condomini-
um on the oceanfront at 701
1st St. N.
Hionides is also seeking vest-,

(IHR), which has managed the
Sawgrass Nlarriott Resort & Spa
for about 15 years, will renew
its contract for another 15
According to the RQB Web
site, the Interstate Hotels con-
tract will now be with RQB
Sawgrass the new investors -
and will remain under the
Marriott franchise.
"During the next three years,
the Sawgrass Marriott Resort &
Spa will undergo a major refur-
bishment of its
existing 348 rooms
in the main wing,"
the Web site says.
The land sur-
rounding the
Sawgrass Marriott
Resort & Spa has
planning permis-
sion to develop
180 "upmarket
according to the
lai \Veb site, which
liasami notes that some of
the future condo-
miniums will be sold subject to
a "rental pool agreement" with
the hotel
The resort's association with
The Players Championship and
the fact that the resort controls
85 percent of the playing tee
times on the Sawgrass Stadium
and Valley courses will help to
drive the' occupancy levels at
the resort, according to the
RQB site.

ed rights for 412 Boardwalk
Inc., CNN Investment Trust for
the Casa Marina Hotel proper-
ty, CEMM Development Inc. to
build on the Dolphin Depot
property at 704 1st St. N. and
the former Goodwill site along
the 6th Avenue North corridor.
Ramp Realty of Florida, Inc.
also filed a vested rights suit to
allow for a high-rise condo-
minium on four parcels along
2nd Street North. Shaner
Hotels is seeking the right to
develop an oceanfront high-
rise at 1617 st St. N. on the
site of the former Holiday Inn.
Before a lawsuit can be filed
in court, city officials have 180
days to review any property
right claims. After that, a peti-
tioner has one year to file in
Property owners must be
able to demonstrate to the
court that the projects were
well into the development


Photo by IZA MrrCHELL
Costa Verano is under con-
struction at 1031 S. 1st St. It
will include three buildings.

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Portion of Southside Blvd. to be closed 10 days
As part of building the flyover ramp for the connection of
Southside Boulevard/Connector and Arlington Expressway, the
JTA has announced that Southside Boulevard between
Arlington Expressway and Regency Square Boulevard will be
completely closed from 7 p.m. Friday, July 7 to 6 a.m. Monday,
July 17. Steel girders are required to support the road structure.
according to JTA officials and the length and weight of these
girders requires time and large equipment. During the closure,
northbound and southbound traffic will be detoured around
the area using Monument Road.

NB Senior Center plans casino cruise
The Neptune Beaoh-Senior Activ.ftynCenter.has arranged a
luxury day trip toPoet Canaveral aboard the Sterling Casino
Lines on Thursday, July 20 leaving the Center at 7:30 a.m.
returning at 7 p.m. The package includes round trip trans-
portation, parking, private tour guide, cruise, private party on
board, buffet, soft drinks, entertainment, etc. Reservations are
required and can be made at the Center located at 2004 Forest
Avenue. Call 270-1688 for further information.

BAHS hosts hurricane party
The Beaches Museum and History Center will host a
Hurricane Party Friday, July 14 to celebrate "Disruption and
Destruction: Florida's Hurricanes in the 1920s and 1940s", a
photographic exhibit that depicts the devastation of hurri-
canes around the First Coast beach communities during the
20s and 40s.
"Hurricanes are an unavoidable part of nature, especially for.
beach communities, and one way to prepare for them is by
looking into our past and learning from our history," said
Museum Executive Director Holly Beasley. "This exhibit shows
that we can overcome these natural disasters."
Party-goers will enjoy live entertainment, survival fare and a
cash bar. Reservations are required and can be made by calling
(904)241-5657. Cost for members is $10 in advance, $i5 at the.
door, and non-members $15 in advance, $20 at the door.,
For more information on the museum, its exhibits or events,
please call (904) 241-5657. The party will be held from 7 p.m.
to 11 p.m. at the Beaches Museum and History Center, 380
Pablo Ave. .

Music concerts offered with dinner
Live music performances and local flavors will be offered
every Wednesday evening throughout the summer at the St.
Augustine Beach Pier Pavilion from 7 to 9 p.m. Featured per-
formance by Falling Bones and dinners from FA Caf available.
Admission is free and dinners are available under $10.

Thursday night
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A free concert in the Plaza will be held Thursday, Jul. 6, in
St. Augustines Plaza de la Constitucion under a canopy of live
oaks with live entertainment performed by the Ancient, City
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Joe's Crab Shack mgr. I -|

says rumors of future

closing are unfounded 7i

An oceanfront restaurant
"where the sun is sunny and
crabs are crabby" is not clos-
ing the doors to its
Jacksonville Beach location
despite rumors to the con-
trary, management said
Joe's Crab Shack at 6 Beach
Blvd. adjacent to the Red
Cross Lifesaving Station will
remain open through the
remainder of its lease, manag-
er Kevin Lee said.
"We had a 25 year lease
when we opened in January,
2000," Lee said. "We have 19
years left."
Lee said restaurant employ-
ees learned of the rumored
closing through word of
mouth but were pleased to dis-

cover there was no truth to
the gossip.
"We tried to figure that out
ourselves, wondering how it
got started," he said. "But
everything is fine. We are
happy, we are open and we are
selling crab every day."
The seafood restaurant is
among the last remaining
establishments to offer out-
door seating on the water.
Plantain's at the Sea Turtle
Inn in Atlantic Beach as well
as Bukket's and Billy's
Boathouse, both in
Jacksonville Beach, continue
to provide waterfront patio
First Street Grille, The Island
Grille and The Lighthouse
Grille, all in Jacksonville
Beach, closed to accommodate

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Management at Joe's Crab Shack at 6 Beach Bouleva
Jacksonville Beach disputes rumors that the business
. closing after Labor. Day to accommodate a condominium
The restaurant has 19 years left on its lease, manager

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Cont. from A-I

stages when the height restric-
tion took effect, and that they
acted in good faith with the
In determining vested rights,
the court considers whether a
land owner invested in proper-
ty according to the govern-
ment's status and if changes to
S the status reduced the land's
potential and deprived the
Sooner of his development
In October 2005, a circuit
judge in Jacksonville ruled that
Lee Underwood of Eagle
Development Inc. had vested
rights to proceed with
Acqulius Ill, a 70-foot condo-
minium on the site of the for-
mer First Street Grille restau-
rant at 807 1st St. N.
The judge in his summary
concluded that the property
was vested because Underwood
had "expended significant
time, money and effort in
reliance upon the city's actions
in conformity with its past law,
custom and practice."
The judge denied vested
i;. ghts to, the property on the
S vest side of the street,-howev-
er, saying the plans were not as
advanced for that parcel as
were plans on the oceanfront

Ocean Park, also called Park Place, is under construction at 112
5th Ave. S. A signon the site said the project will be complete
by the end of the year and buyers can move in by Christmas.

Developer Scott Gay was
awarded vested rights to build
a 10-story condominium on
his property at 1034 1st St. N.
Judge Charles W. Arnold Jan. 9
ruled that Gay -assembled his
five parcels for the high-rise
condominium known as Ten
Arnold said Gay 'telied in.
good faith, upon assurances-
from Jacksonville Beach and
that he incurred obligations'

and expenses as a result.
Gay also filed a claim, which
is pending, that charges the
height referendum diminished
the land's' reasonable invest-
ment-backed expectation by
approximately $1.7 million.
Similar claims have been
filed by Underwood and
Southern \Vaterview
.Dbevelopient nc., for which a
-.judge denied vested rights to
proceed with a project in the
city's south end redevelopment.
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Jacksonville, Beach Planning
and Development Director
Steve Lindorff cautioned that a
denial does not guarantee that
a project will never get off the
"It. just means it's going to a
hearing," Lindorff said, refer-
ring to the SWVD case. "It does-
n't mean it's over."
To date, building permits
have been issued for 18 condo-
miniums to be built higher
than 35 feet. The judges' orders
mean another two projects
have been declared to have
vested rights and can also be
built over 35 feet.
That means there are anoth-
er eight projects seeking vested
It may be months before it
the other developers who have
indicated they will be asking
the courts to allow them to
build over 35 feet get answers,
according to city officials.
Of the projects in the
pipeline already, Acquilus and
Costa Verano are the tallest
proposed at 140 feet and 155
feet, respectively. Pier Point
will be 54 feet high and the
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The company, which is
owned by developer Paddy
Kelly, businessman Niall
McFadden and former Anglo
Irish banker Paul Pardy, is
already involved in projects
with a gross development
value of $500 million Euro
($636.3 million U.S.), the
report said.
According' to the report, the
company raises money on a
site by site basis with a mini-
mum investment of $100,000.
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by Tournament Players Club
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site of the golf tournament
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56,000 square feet to its confer-
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Wal-Mart road

questions may

cloud others

fWa w l -L AC IMW I Li

While Atlantic Boulevard's
ability to handle increased
traffic is being touted as key
to whether a proposed Wal-
Mart can be built in Neptune
Beach, most city officials are
unsure how the upcoming
results of a related traffic
study will effect future com-
mercial developments along
the roadway.
But at least one city leader
says it will spell doom for the
commercial corridor, citing
that the city's traffic require-
ments will thwart potential
Many city officials say they
need to see the findings of a
$6,000 traffic study recently
approved by the City Council
before considering whether to
allow a 117,000-square-foot
Wal-Mart Supercenter at 630
Atlantic Boulevard. The city
code requires that newly con-
structed businesses meet the
city's concurrency require-
ments meaning that the
developmentt won't negatively
"impact a'djacent'services such
as traffic and drainage.
The Florida Department of
Transportation (FDOT) lists
that portion of Atlantic
Boulevard as a failing road-
way, according to City
'Manager .Jim Jarboe,: who
added that the.city's study of
the road will examine a larger
area of corridor than what the
FDOT graded. But if the
results of the city own traffic
count study prove that the
roadway can't handle the pro-
posed Wal-Mart development,
then can any new commercial
buildings be built along that
portion the road?
"It could be difficult for
anything [new to be built
along the corridor, given the
city's traffic requirements],"
City Manager Jim Jarboe said
And Councilor Eric Pardee
is bothered by that.
"It's pretty grim," Councilor
Eric Pardee said Friday of the
city's future for commercial
use along Atlantic Boulevard.
"If the road is failing, noth-
ing can go in and were
doomed with our empty,,
blighted [commercial] build-
On the parcel being eyed for
the Wal-Mart sits a mostly
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Food Lion and Big Lots.
Per city code, businesses
which opt to operate within
that existing building have
vested rights and do not have
to prove that the project
meets the city's concurrency,.
said Jarboe. But any business
that chooses to build a new
structure triggers the city's
concurrency requirements -
something Wal-Mart's repre-
sentatives don't agree with.
"We think so, they don't.
We'll have to find out [who's
right] in the end," Jarboe said.
Wal-Mart's attorney Karl
Sanders at a recent public
meeting said that his client
does have a vested right to
build a new store at that prop-
erty because the parcel
already has a150,000-square-
foot building.
"It's about what are the
rights associated with this
piece of property. We have the
right to go in [without having
to prove: concurrency],"
Sanders said at a July 20 meet-':
ing of. the city'sqPla.nihing and
Development Reviewr.Board.
The board that evening
voted to defer its recommen-:
dation on the Wal-Mart proj-
ect to the council until the
city's traffic study was com-
pleted later this month.
Sanders at the meeting:
questioned why the city
would penalize his client for
wanting to demolish an eye-
sore and put in something
new" ... that fits in with the
community today:
"We think we can build
something that looks a whole
lot better. We don't need
150,000 square feet. We need
about 117,000 square feet,"
Sanders said.
Sanders also asked why
other recent new businesses
such as ACE Hardware located
just north of the proposed
Wal-Mart site did not have to
meet concurrency.
Jarboe said Friday that the
ACE was not subject to con-
currency because it is operat-
ing in an existing structure.
Wal-Mart has recently sub-
mitted another request to
operate a store in the existing
building. But the city has not
granted that request because
Wal-Mart wants the city to
also continue reviewing its
plans for a new building at
the location.

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The Leader's Opinion

'BEAM's effort

to help students

worth supporting

It is one of the best annual assistance programs
offered at the Beaches Back to School With BEAM.
Beaches Emergency Assistance Ministry is already
collecting donations for its annual clothing drive. It's
a great example of locals helping locals.
The nonprofit organization will hold its 13th
Clothing and Shoe Drive from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
July 29 to help needy Beaches families with school-
age children get the children ready for school.
If you have gently used clothing appropriate for
schoolchildren of all ages and sizes -'your dona-
tions are welcome.
Also welcome are cash donations that will be used
to fundBEAM's dental program for needy children
and purchase school and dental supplies, underwear,
socks and shoe vouchers.
Backpacks and school supplies such as markers, col-
ored pencils,, pencil bags with a zipper and paperback
dictionaries are also needed by the thousands of low-
income children at the Beaches, organizers said.
Donations will be accepted at the BEAM offices at
850 6th Ave. S., suite 400 through July'28.
Donated clothing, backpacks and other items will
be sorted July 28 at the Beach United Methodist
Church Life Center at 325 7th Ave. : 1. :
BEAM project chairperson Karen Wolfson has over-
seen the project for years, getting thousands of.chil-
dren ready for school. She describes the project as
mission.work to be done in our community.
She is right.
Helping low-income parents get their children pre-
pared to attend school by properly outfitting and
equipping them is important work.
"Back to School with BEAM is essential because'
many families now depend on BEAM to help with the
cost of getting their children ready for school and for
their child's dental care," BEAM reports.
Over 2,142 of children at the Beaches live below'
the federal poverty leiel in homes with incomes at or,
below $15,000, according to BEAM.
Church groups and civic organizations are encour-
aged to collect donations and volunteer during the
giveaway. Call 241-2326 for information or send an
email to jaxbeam@,bellsouth.net..
We all have a stake in making sure all children are
ready for,school, '
A backpack, enough supplies and adequate cloth-
ing can go a long way to helping.a child be well.pre-
pared to focus on classroom lessons.

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Letters to the editor:

San Pablo Elementary

School rates notice for its A

performance for years

To the editor:
This letter is in response to
The Leader's Opinion in the.
June-13 issue, and the article
on the front page of the June
16 issue concerning beach
school grades. This year, as
in past years, school grades
are posted.' There were vari-
ous quotes as: to how schools
raised their grades, and oth-
ers as to why their grades
lowered. Even School Board
members. opinions were
This year as last .year and
the year before, I've waited
for our.school to be recog-,

nized in just one simple sen-;
tence. I suppose we are the'
best kept secret at the Beach.
For all the students, faculty,
staff and parents over .the
past seven years it needs to
be said (just one simple sen-
Don't you think we
deserve at least this much

Sara T. Cummings

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Eachcitizenhas a duty in USA
E" ,Ct h;a'', d .;'U

E very year at this time,
S I'm struck by how inad-.
Lequate a label
"Independence Day" is.
I certainly don't mean to
downplay the courage of our
Founders in fighting a war to&
guarantee independence.
But if you really think
aboutit, what we're celebrat-
ing on the 4th is not a war,
it's a concept. What was truly.
revolutionary about the
American Revolution was the
notion that in a legitimate
Government, the people are
sovereign, -- the ultimate
The great phrases of the day
ring through our history: "\Ve
the people," "consent of the
governed," "blessings of liber-
Sty," "a more perfect 'union."
These aren't just technical
terms of political science.
They are words we live by, the
core tenets of our nation's
civic faith.
Our system rests on the
belief that freedom can only
exist wLhen one is. gh.Lziea
'with one's consent, arid with
a voice in government. No
one, the Founders believed, is
good' enough to govern
another person without this
consent, and they embedded

"t tion.
"And certainly no one knew
-.t. whether, in. a. large and
diverse society, Congress
o. .*-' Would.reflect the .will of the
S' m- majority while still protecting
'' ", the rights of the minority.
S, At any given moment in
Soiur" history, you can find
Americans arguing that the
'e j .experiment is.in danger of
: failing. .
Ai ,Yet .ours is now the oldest
E HA written 'constitution: of a
LEE HAM-ILTON nation still in use. It has
GUEST COLUMNIST stood the test of time.
There is, however, no guar-
antee that,it ,will stand all
this concept in the very bones .future tests. On this and every
of' our system. That is what July 4th, as we'celebrate our
made our country the past, we must also remember
American Experiment.. that because in our land the
At the time the people are sovereign, each of
Constitution was written, no us has a'duty to be an active.
one knew whether dividing, and informed citizen, doing
power among various branch- our share of the work to make
es and levels of government America a more perfect
would ensure popular free- union.
dom and political ingenuity. Lee Hamilton is Director of
Noone knew whigthe.1r .oe,., .the", P 'eJt. on Cn~'~,tt,-n
Sthe .course -of -decales .-,4;ud. i, hliarlJ,-tli\Crsi: He was a
Then centuries, the tw.otyramnc. *i-nemnlar-f te L U.S., House.,of4,.
nies feared by the Founders -- Representatives for 3-1 ears. He .
that of a strong executive, also serves as. President and
and that of a strong popular ,Director of the Woodrow i\ilson
majority -- could be con- International Center "for.
strained by a written constitu- Scholars, in Washington, D.C.

Grateful for my opportunities

M ost women remember
their firsts a date,
the prom, a kiss ...
I confess that I do not recall
any pleasurable moments in
'my life when I was young,
Not because my brain atro-
phied, but because the circum-
stances at the time of my
youth were difficult. It was
after World War II and I was
busy with work and survival.
All I remember from my ado-
lescent years are the hardships
I suffered on imy first job.
S:I was 14 years old in 1950,
living in post-war Germany,
when .[began to work. I had
been a good student and,
hoped to educate myself, but
my mother, a 31-year old war,
widow with two young chil-.
dren, had different ideas.
In January 1945, Mutti (my
mother), my 10-year old,
brother,- and I; were evacuated
from Breslau, our hometown
in Silesia, because the Russian
front was coming nearer.
Overcrowded trains, carrying
scared and hungry women
and children, took us away
from the:immediate danger of
SAllied air raids. After four-
weeks in a refugee camp and
one brief stay with a family in
Goerlitz, we settled in Hof, a'
small city in northern Bavaria,
where the only work available
to my mother was in a factory.
Every day Mutti complained
that if she'd learned some-
thing practical, she would
have been better able to sup-
port us. Her favorite saying
was: "A trade never lets you go
hungry," and pressured me to
become a dressmaker.
Vacancies for dressmaker
apprentices in Hof were filled,
but there were openings for
tailors. Though I would have
preferred learning office skills,
I told my eighth grade teacher
that I'd take any sewing job
and was sent to "Herr
Obermeister" (headmaster)
who was head of the tailors'
union. After a brief interview,
he informed me that I was
going to be his "Lehrling"


"I've got it, I've got it" I
shouted when I came home.
Proud 'because I. was the first
girl in the city to enter that
male domain, I was ignorant
of what awaited me.
. For the next three years I.
worked from 8 a.m. 'till 6 in
the evening during the. week
and 'till 1 p.m. on Saturdays:
By the time, I walked home
and helped Mom with house-
hold chores, there was little
time left for leisure. activities.
"-My workplace 'was in the
home of my boss, in a room 9
feet by 12 feet, separated by a
curtain from the kitchen. I
hated the cooking smells per-
meating our work area, mainly
because Mutti could not afford
the kind of meat simmering
on the stove, teasing my taste
buds. All we ever ate was fried
bologna and hamburger meat.
More difficult were the
irons. They weighed about five
pounds, weren't electric, and
were heated on the kitchen-
stove. While I used one,
another was warming. Since
we placed a wet cloth on the
material to prevent scorching,
frequent changing to a fresh
hot iron was essential.
The sewing-machines were
relics, operated by foot pedal.
It took some time to master
them, especially since I didn't
have a machine at home on
which to practice.
Not only was I an appren-

rice studying tailoring, I was a
slave to my boss's wife who
openly expressed her dislike of.
, me. She's like the wicked step-
mother and hates me because
I am young and .cute, I
thought, ard treats me like a
servant. I washed their floors
and windows, shoveled snow,
ran errands, and walked miles
to deliver finished suits and'
coats to clients, some of
whom rewarded me with.
small tips. For my Cinderella-
like drudgery I earned the
equivalent of $1.25 per week
for the first year, $1.88 the sec-
ond, and $3.13 the third year.
The highlight of my three
years of indenture was that
once a week I was given time
off to attend vocational
In 1953 .I completed the
apprenticeship, passed the
final exam, and received my.
diploma from the State of
Bavaria. I was proud to have
survived and learned a useful
But joy soon turned to dis-
may when I was dismissed
from the tailor's, business
because my boss' didn't want
to pay the higher salary befit-
ting my new status. I was
angry, yet happy to leave, and
never looked back.
Two years later I emigrated
to America, and though it
took me 20 years, I eventually
got my longed-for education,
became an educator, and
taught for 25 years.
I was grateful, and still am,
that America gave me the
opportunity to study for a pro-
fession that allowed me to
give back to the country that
offered me shelter and securi-
Now, more than a half cen-
tury.later, time.erased many
other experiences from my
memory, yet I still recall and
use the skills I learned on my
first job in that small room in
Germany. They come in
handy, especially when I alter
my husband's pants.
Doris Manukian is a Ponte
Vedra Beach resident.


Looking for

peace in the

Middle East

It's. close to 8 a.m. on
Monday, May 29. We beat
the crowds, for a change.
For just a few minutes ours is
the only bus on this mount,
the Mount of Beatitudes, over-
looking the azure Sea of
Galilee. Everything is quiet as
we sit under a clump of trees
across from the Church of the,
Beatitudes, a Catholic chapel.
More than 2,000 years ago,
Matthew 5. tells us, Jesus sat
here or near here God knows,
where and spoke to a multi-'
tude of people. Caren Fog, a
member of our group, reads
part of Christ's m-essage,'
including: .
: "Blessed are the peace-mak-
ers, for' they will be called the
sons of God."
And I wonder in the quiet-
hess of this moment if peace-
makers will ever find peace for
the Middle East. ...
-00 "
This is how I began a piece.
reflecting on a 21-day trip that
meandered through the
Middle East from Syria to
Lebanon to Egypt to Jordan to,
Israel and ended up in pictur-
esque Greece the last two days.
I was one of 10 laypeople and
two leaders who accompanied
30 second-year -seminary stu-
dents Baptists, Methodists
and Presbyterians on this
incredible pilgrimage.
Who would have thought
-'that "his o'ld journalist, .who's ,
.spent most of his life writing
stories of limited interest.
would find himself in the very
setting of The Greatest Story.
Ever Told? But there Iwas.
I can't tell you in a 500-word:'
column what it feels like to see
the sun rise over Nit. Sinai, or
to put my hand in the sea that.;
Jesus walked on, or to stand in'
the Garden of ,Getisemane.
But I can tell you I came away
both, happy and sad happy
that I had been there and got-
ten to know some wonderful'
people, both in the countries
and in our group; sad because
the Middle East .- birth-place
of the Prince of Peace,and of
civilization itself is stillI the
center of tremendous hatred
and .incivility. Even at the
Church of the Nativity, which
marks the birthplace of Christ,
three Christian denominations
fuss over control.
Our tour guide in Israel was a
Palestinian Christian, consid-
ered a "resident," riot a citizen,
even though he, his parents
and his grandparents were
born there., He said this. is the
"worst situation in Palestinian
history," his parents told him,
even worse than the war years.
For thistrip, .I have a lot of
people to thank: Pat Pattillo,
an Atlanta construction com-
pany owner and philanthro-
pist, and foundations that
fund most of the trip, called
the Middle East Travel Seminar
(METS); Dr. Max Miller, who
directs the program; and Dink
NeSmith, my boss, who nomi-.
nated me.
I agree with my friend Robert
Williams of Blackshear, Ga.,
who said after returning from
the trip in 2004: "I'll never
read the Bible the same way
And I'll never read another
story about the Arab-Israeli
conflict without thinking
about my new friends caught
up. in the middle of it all.
Phil Hudgins is the senior edi-
tor for Community Newspapers
Inc. E-mail him at

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A credit card fraud was reported June 23 in the
900 block of Main Street.

A burglary to a residence was reportedJune 29
in the 800 block of Cavalla Road.
A simple assault was reported June 29 in the
2400 block of Mayport Road.
Jesse James Powell Jr; 45, of Atlantic Beach was
arrested and charged with fleeing a law enforce-
ment officer June 28 in the 700 block of Assi
Lane, according to a police report.
'.' '. *.'.r',. : '
Loretta Dawn Fowler, 44, of Jacksonville was
arrested and charged with grand theft of a
motor vehicle and possession of cocaine June 30
in the. 1800 block of Mayport Road, according to
a police report.
Ashley Marie Atkins, 21, of Jacksonville was
arrested and charged with possession of cocaine
June 30 in the 1800 block of Mayport Road,
according to a police report.
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A vending machine was reported damaged
June 28 in the 1400 block of Atlantic Boulevard.
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Reginald Thomas Washington, 23, of

Jacksonville was arrested June 28 and charged
with possession and sale of a controlled sub-
stance in the 1400 block of Atlantic Blvd. as part-
of a mutual investigation between Atlantic
Beach, Neptune Beach and Jacksonville Beach
Police Departments, according to a police
report. Washington sold 14 grams of cocaine to
an undercover agent for $500 of law enforce-
ment funds, police said.
Criminal mischief was reported June 29 in.
Colonies Dr. Three tires were slashed on a truck
parked at the property.
Equipment was reported damaged June 29 at
a construction site in the 2600 block of Beach
Blvd. The suspect entered the site through a
construction fence and threw a concrete block
through the windshield of a truck loader. Tire
tracks were observed in the driveway that match
prints left in prior incidents on the property.
Two bikes valued at $800 were reported stolen
June 29 in the 1100 block of 4th Ave. N. A red
beach cruiser and a black mountain bike were
chained together in the carport.
A 1995 Chevrolet Astro valued at $20,000 was
reported stolen July 2 in the 1800 block of Arden
Way. The vehicle was unlocked and the keys
were in the ignition.
No new reports.

Child found wandering near

Mayport Road prompts police

investigation at AB trailer

The Department of Children and Families
(DCF) are investigating an incident in Atlantic
Beach Friday involving a two-year-old boy
wandering alone within 10 feet of Mayport
Road during morning traffic, according to a
police report.
Atlantic Beach Police later, while investigat-
ing the incident, found the child's 6-month-
old sister in a back bedroom of a nearby trail-
er, inside a stroller with no supervision,
according to the report.
The investigation revealed that the 23-year-
old father of both children left the girl at the
trailer with two men both of whom police
later found sleeping while he went to the
, store to get baby wipes, and the boy playing
with a neighbor's 6-year-old son, the report
said. The neighbor's son later denied that he
saw the 2-year-old that morning, according to
the report. '?'. rl .... .Li
Police are awa'iting c ihplti'on of the DCF's
report before deciding whether to file charges.
Police around 8:44 a.m. were called to a
trailer park at 120 Mayport Road, where a city
public'work's employee had followed the 2-
vear-old who he.had just observed walking
along West 2nd Street "approximately 10 feet
from Mayport Road." The city worker caught
up with the child who was standing alone in
the parking lot of the Harbor Bar, 160 Mayport
Road, and followed the child to the trailer
park, according to the report.
It was there the city employee asked the
child where his "mommy" was, but got no
response. The child later walked into one of
the trailers.
Police soon arrived and observed the unsu-

pervised child playing with the front door of
the trailer. The officer knocked on the door
and the child opened lit, according to the
report. In the trailer the officer found two
men, ages 22 and 25, sleeping in different por-
tions of the residence. When questioned, both
men said they knew who the child belonged to
but that they did not know that the child was
in the house. Both men said they were not
responsible for watching the child, according
to the report.
But one of the men pointed police in the
direction of an adjacent trailer where he
thought a "babysitter" was supposed to be
watching the 2-year-old. When police ques-
tioned the 33-year-old woman, she said that
she was not supposed to watch the child until
between "12:30 p.m. and 1 p.m.," according to
the report.
Police then contacted the children's'mother
'who arrived at the scene arid told them s he left'
both children with their father so she cduld go
to work, according to the report. That's when
police found the 6-month-old girl in the trail-
When questioned later, the father told
police that he told the 22-year-old man' who
police found sleeping in the trailer that he was
going to the store. The 22-year-old told police
that he "vaguely remembered" the father men-
tioning for him to "keep an eye on his son,"
But that he wis "half asleep" at the time.
The 33-year-old neighbor told police that
she believed the father had been living at the
trailer with the two children for the past week
or so, according to the report.

Police use Taser on man

Grant Allen Ness, 28, of St. Augustine was
arrested June 28 and charged with aggravated
battery with a'deadly weapon and aggravated
assault at an apartment in the 300 block of 32nd
Ave. S., according to a police report.
SPolice said Ness met the victims, two women,
at a bar in PonteVedra Beach and the three of
them left together and went to the home of one
of the victims.
According to police, one of the women said
Ness became enraged when she rebuffed his sex-
ual advances and struck her repeatedly in the
head with his fists and hit her in the chest with
a chair, knocking her to the floor where he
kicked her several times in the head.
When the second victim attempted to inter-
vene Ness punched her several times in the head

and threatened her with a kitchen knife, police
reported. The victim was able to knock the knife
out of his hand..
Ness struck the first victim in the head with a
cutting boardarid straddled her chest and began
choking her with both hands, police said.
SThe second victim was knocked to the floor
and lost consciousness when she kicked him off
of her friend, police said.
A witness heard the commotion and observed
Ness and called 911, police said.
Police reported they observed Ness inside the
residence just after 2 a.m. running away from
officers as they ordered him to the ground. After
a brief struggle, police struck Ness with a Taser
and secured him. Both victims were transported
to the hospital for treatment.


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Darryll and Carol Curry of Ponte Vedra Beach donate prize money they won at Aqua Grill to
the Mission House. During the restaurant's annual Customer Appreciation Party, the couple
won the cash prize. The restaurant also donated $2,000 to Mission House, which provides
the needy with various services, including meals, clothing, medical care, job referrals and
counseling. As part of the fundraising efforts, the Aqua Grill auctioned off a gourmet chef
dinner for eight to be prepared by Executive Chef Tyler Brock and.coordinated by service
consultant Angela "Favorite" Jernigan. Donna Goedecke of Ponte Vedra Beach placed the
winning bid. "We wanted to thank our loyal patrons for 18 fantastic years," Aqua Grill Owner
Cary Hart said. "We enjoyed a wonderful evening and are delighted that we could also have
our event help others who are less fortunate."

our event help others who are less fortunate." .


John Henry Hoffman, 81,
died on Thursday, June 29 in
Jacksonville. He was born in
Minneapolis and he was with
The Trane Company for 40
years, most recently in
Chicago. He retired in 1989
and moved to Windermere. He
served in the U.S. Navy during
V' VII and was very active in
the Boy Scouts, Rotary,
Shriners, ard the Lutheran
Church. He loved people and
the outdoors (hunting, fishing
and golf). One of his greatest
passions was his love for the
Bahamas (their rustic beauty,
Simple life and people), accord-
ing to family.
He is survived by his wife of
59 years Beverly; daughter,
Deborah Troilo; son, Richard,
son-in-law William Troilo;
daughter-in-law, Katharine
'Hoffman, grandsons: Jason

Joseph Noel Truman, Sr.,
died June 30, 2006 at Baptist
Medical Center Beaches. He
was born November 21, 1937,
in Kincaid, W VA. He was a
member of the Disabled
American Veterans, the
American Legion, and was of
the Presbyterian faith.
Family members include lov-
ing wife, Frances of Jax; sons,
Joseph N. Truman, Jr.
(Elizabeth) of Orlando' and
SRussell L. Truman, II of Jax;
granddaughter, Chloe of
Orlando; brothers, Maxie E.
Yates (Shirley) of Souix City,
Iowa, Richard L. Yates (Mary)
of Dunbar, W VA and Russell
Neal :Truman (Jenny) :of

and Brian Troilo, Michael and
Steven Hoffman, He was pre-
ceded in death by his parents
Henry and Jessie and his broth-
er Richard.
A memorial service was held
Monday in the chapel of
Quinn Shalz Funeral Home. In
lieu of flowers memorial con-
tributions can be made to
Bascom Palmer Eye Institute in
memory of John Hoffman. A
research endowment has been
set up in the name of John H
Hoffman to further the cure of
Macular Degeneration.
Contributions should be sent
to Susan Ervin, Executive
Director of Development,
Bascom Palmer Eve Institute,
900 N.W. 17th Street, Miami,
FL 33136 (305.326.6190)
Services under the direction
of Quinn-Shalz Funeral Home
in Jacksonville Beach.

Charleston, W VA; several
nieces, nephews, cousins, and.
many who loved him.
Graveside services will be
held at 11 a.m., Thursday, July
6 in Beaches Memorial Park
Cemetery with full military
Services under the direction
of Quinn-Shalz Funeral Home
in Jacksonville Beach.

Daniel Jackson

Daniel W. Jackson, 68, of
Jacksonville Beach, died June
27, 2006. A memorial service
was held July 1 at Eternity
Funeral Home.

C. William


C. William
82, died on July
1, 2006 at al .
Baptist Medical
Center A-
Jacksonville -II
Beach, FL. His
wife, Patricia,
who he married wueslenhoefer
in 1952, prede-
ceased him. Born March 5,
1924, in Mt. Vernon, NY, he
attended New York University
prior to enlisting in the Army
Air Corps. During WWII, he
flew 35 missions as a B17
pilot. He remained in military
service until being honorably
discharged with the rank of
Captain in 1962. After WWII,
he worked as an insurance
broker and the owner of A.
Wuestenhoefer & 'Son, Inc. in
Nit. Vernon., ''
SHis survivors include: his
children,' Susan, Pamela and.
William; grandchildren,
Patrick, Liam and Emma; sons-
in-law, William and Stephen
and a host of family arid
Visitation was held Sunday
in the Quinn-Shalz Chapel.
Mass of Christian Burial was
celebrated Monday in the Our
Lady Star of the Sea Catholic
Church with the Monsignor
Daniel Logan as Celebrant. He
will be laid to rest at Gate of,
Heaven Cemetery in
Hawthorne, NY.
In lieu of flowers, the family
Requests donations be made to
the American Cancer Society.
Services under the direction
Sof Quinn-Shalz Funeral Home.

Joseph George Wiegand, 88, of Atlantic Beach,
'died on Monday, July 3, 2006 at the home of his
son Gary. He was preceded in death by his
devoted wife of '59 years Elizabeth Ann
Wiegand. He was a retired veteran of the US
army, serving during WWII and the Korean
War. He was a member of St. John's Catholic
Church, Atlantic Beach.
He is survived by sons, Joseph George and
wife Pamela, Gary John and wife Elaine, daugh-
ter Marianne and husband Chris Richards, sister
Marie Barneman, five grandchildren, Chris,

Samantha, Brad, Sarah and Ansley,. two great-
grandchildren, Connor and Owen.
The family will receive friends on Thursday,
July 6 from 5 to 8 p.m. at the Hardage-Giddens
Funeral Home 1701 Beach, Blvd., Jacksonville
Beach. A funeral service will be held on Friday
July 7 at 11 a.m. in the funeral home chapel.
Interment will follow at Beaches Memorial Park.
In lieu of flowers the family request memorial
contributions to Community Hospice of
Northeast Florida, 4114 Sunbeam Road, Suite
101, Jacksonville FL 32257

Obituary notices are published free of charge as a community service. All submis-
sions are subject to editing. Paid advertising space is available for more detailed or
personalized death notices. Call 249-9033.



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The Fourth of July Liberty Celebration will be
held today, July 4, from 6 to 10 p.m. at the Sea
Walk Pavilion, intersection of 1 st Street North
and 1st Avenue North, Jacksonville Beach.
There will be music, food, beverages and fire-,
works. For information, call 270-1651 or visit


Tuesday, July 4

Freedom celebration:
Freedom, Fanfare and Fireworks
will be held from 4.to 9:30 p.m.
along the northbank and'
southbank of the St. Johns River
in Downtown Jacksonville.
Visit wvww.coj.net/Depart-
default.htm for information.

Jazz band: The St. Johns
River City Band presents The
Swamp Dog Jazz Band from 6 to
7 p.m. at the Hogan Street gaze-
bo, west of the Jacksonville
Landing in Downtown
lacksonville. Call 904-355-
4700/219-6043 for informa-

ArtLife camp: ArtLife
Summer Arts Camp continues
in Atlantic Beach through July
28. Call 247-8337 or visit
for information.
Wednesday, July 5
Beaches Cleanup: The annu-
al Beaches Cleanup will be held.
Litter bags and gloves will be
distributed to volunteers from 7

to 9 a.m. at Atlantic Boulevard
at the ocean, Beach Boulevard
at the ocean, and 16th Avenue
South in Jacksonville Beach at
the ocean. Participants must be
at least 18 or accompanied by
an adult, and should bring
water wear, sturdy footwear and
sun protection. Call 630-3420
or visit www.coi.net, keyword
search "beaches cleanup," for
Beaches Watch: Beaches
Watch will meet at 7 p.m. in the
community room of the Pelican
Point Condominium, 1901 1st
St. N., Jacksonville Beach. The
meeting is open to the public.
Call 513-9242 or visit
www.beacheswatch.com for
"Cram a SAM": Suddath
Container Systems is presenting
"Cram a SAM" to collect art
supplies for local non-profit
organizations with art pro-
grams. Daonations of paint,
paper, glue, crayons, colored
pencils and more can be made
from 5 to 9 p.m. today at Art-
Walk in Downtown
Jacksonville at Hemming Plaza;
10 a.m. to noon luly 8 at the
Wal-Mart on San Pablo Road

Boulevard; and
.Bfrom 10 a.m. to 2
p.m. July 15 a
t h e
640at St. Johns
T o w n

thursday, 'July

Kid's fishing workshop: Ther
Friends of a aCshington Oaks
State Gardens will offer kid's
saltwater fishing workshops
from:10 a.m. to 2 p.m. today,
and July 7, 13, 14,,20, 21; 27
and 28 forages 10.to 15.s The
costs $20 per person peri work-
shop. The park is located at
6400 N. Oceanshore Blvd.,
Palm Coasth. Call Cristy Lenard
at 86-2446-6783 or 386-931-
4123 for information.

SSaturday, July :8
Job seeker workshop: Christ
LEpiscopal church is ponsoriMng
a free Pob seeker workshop at
the Christian Formation
Center, Ror om 108, 400 San
luan D r e, Ponte V9edra. Call
285-6127 or e-mail
crhbeach@conmcast.net for
formation or to sign up.

Labrador rescue: Labrador
Retriever Rescue of Florida will
hold a "meet and greet" from
11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at PetCo at
Marsh Landing. Call 1-866-464-
5227, or visit
wivv.Labrador Rescue.net for

Lunch and learn: Members
from POW! will have a lunch
and learn from 11 a.. to 2 p.m.
at American Cafe on San Jose
Boulevard for writers, musicians
and artists. 904-268-6229.

Contra dance: 'A contra
dance will be held from 8 to 11

p.m. at Cobalt Moon, 214
Orange St., Neptune Beach.
There will be a live band; part-
ners are not needed. All are wel-
come. Call 246-2131 for infor-

Dance association: The
American Ballroom and
Contemporary Dance
Association will meet at 8 p.m.
at Bolero's, 10131 Atlantic Blvd.
Guest admission is $12. 246-

SWednesday, July
Man to Man: Man to Man, a
:prostate cancer support group,
will meet at 6L p.m. at Baptist
Medical Center Beaches'
Conference Room A. Call 249-
0022 for information.

Thursday, July 13
Cinderella's Evening Out:
"Cinderella's Evening Out,"
hosted by the Atlantic Beach
Women's Connection, will be
held from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at the
Selva Marina Country Club,
1600 Selva Marina 'Drive,
Atlantic Beach. All area ladies
are invited to bring their
daughters or a special young
lady. The Jacksonville Jaguars
Cheerleaders will entertain and
share about life as a "Roar"
Cheerleader. Former CNN radio
correspondent Paige Kolb will
share the secret behind a win-
ning smile. The cost for the
evening is $18. Pre-paid reserva-
tions are due by July 10 for din-,
ner and complimentary child
care. Call Susan at 904-714-
9962 or Mary at 904-223-1002,
or e-mail
. for reservations.

Friday, July 14
Art Spa: Art Spa, a one-day
camp for adult members of the
Jacksonville Museum of
Modern Art, will be held from 9
a.m. to 5 p.m. The cost is $175.
Registration is required by July
7. Call Allison at 366-6911,
extension 204, or e-mail
agraff@ jmoma.org for informa-

tion or to register.

Shrimp dinner: Ladies
Auxiliary Fleet Reserve
Association Unit 290 will hold a
shrimp dinner from 5 to 8 p.m.
at 390 Mayport Road, Atlantic
Beach. The cost is $7. Call 246-
6855 for information or to
place a takeout order.
Saturday, July 15
SCBW: The Society of
Children's Book Writers &
Illustrators meets from 1 to 3
p.m. at the Southeast Regional
Library, 10599 Deerwood Park
Blvd., Jacksonville.
Kindergarten teacher, Alison
Watson is the speaker. E-mail
Janet Walter at. jgwalter@com-
cast.net for information.

Book signing: Grahl
BarkOskie Neitz will sigip. copies
of her book "Cabbageberries,
Duck Feathers and the Tides, A
Collection of ,Palm Valley
Memories," from 3 to 4 p.m. in.
the GTM Reserve,
Environmental Education
Center, 505 Guana River Road,
off AlA. She will share stories of
her life from 2 to 3 p.m.
Admission is $2 for adults, $1
for children 10 to 17, and free
for under 10. 904-823-4500.

Sunday, July 16
Jazz concert series: "Smooth
Sounds of Hot Summer Nights"
will be held from 5 to 9 p.m.
today and Aug. 20 at the Sea
Walk Pavilion. Jazz trumpeter
Greg Adams will perform. For
information, call 247-6100 and
press 3.

Monday, July 17
Sale: BMCBeaches Hospital
Auxiliary is having a sale
throughout July at the main
lobby in the first floor of the
hospital, 1305 13th Ave. S.,
lacksonville Beach. Hours are 9
a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through
Friday, and 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday.
The public is invited.

Tuesday, July 18
Yoga for breast cancer: Yoga

for breast cancer will be held
from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m .at
Cobalt Moon in Neptune
Beach. Call Christina at 631-
8173 for information and to

Storytelling: Tale Tellers of
St. Augustine present "Theater
of the Mind: Storytelling" at
7:30 p.m. at the Limelight
Theatre. The cost is $7. 386-
446-4909 or 904-471-0179.

Thursday, July 20
Open house: Persephone
Healing Arts Center, 486 6th
Ave. N., Jacksonville Beach, will
have an open house from 5:30
to 7:30 p.m. Call 246-3583 for

Big band: The St. Johns River
City Band's 18-piece Big Band
will perform at the 5 Points
Theatre, 1028 Park St., at 7:30
p.m. Tickets are $15. 355-4700.

riday, July 21
Outdoor Observations:
Outdoor Observations will be
held from 10 to 11 a.m. at
Castaway Island Preserve, 2885
San Pablo Road South. The pro-
gram is for all ages. 630-3577.

Storytime Science: Storytime
Science will be held from noon
to 1 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 information.

Antiques show: The
Jacksonville Beaches,Woman's p
Club 41st Annual Antiques
Show & Sale will be held from 1
to 8 p.m. today, 10 a.m. to 6
p.m. July 22, and 11 a.m. to 5
p.m. July 23. Admission is $6,
and parking is free. The show
will be held in the St, Paul's
Parish Center, 212 N. 5th St.,
Jacksonville Beach. Proceeds
will benefit scholarship funds,
charities and sentice programs
supported bv the Woman's


Art association: The Pablo Towers Art
Association meets from 12:30 to 3 p.m.
WVednesdays. Call 246-4158 for information.
Ballroom dancing: Ballroom dancing is
offered Wednesdays at 7:30 p.m. at the Senior
Center, 19th Ave., Jacksonville Beach. The cost
is $4. Call 241-3796 for information.
Cancer support group: The Cancer Support
Group at Baptist Medical Center Beaches meets
at 6 p.m. Wednesday at the Florida Cancer
Center in Medical Office Building B on the hos-
pital campus. Call 247-2910 for information.
Coast Guard Auxiliary: U.S. Coast Guard
Auxiliary 14-04 meets at 7:30 p.m. the first
Wednesday of the month at the Captain's Club,
13363 Beach Blvd. 246-4722 or 422-2811.
First Wednesday Art Walk: The First
Wednesday Art Walk Downtown is held from 5
to 8 p.m. the first Wednesday of the month. The
event is free. 634-0303.
Kiwanis Beaches: The Kiwanis Club of
Jacksonville Beaches meets Thursdays at noon
at Selva Marina Country Club, 1600 Selva
Marina, Atlantic Beach. Visit www.beacheskiwa-
nis.com for information.
Weight loss consults: Free body fat analysis
and weight loss consults are offered Thursdays

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at Metabolic Research Center, 274 Solana Road,
in the Wmn-Dixie Plaza.
American Legion: American Legion Ocean
Beaches Post 129 and Auxiliary Ocean Beaches
Unit 129 meet at 7:30 p.m. the first Thursday of
the month at 1151 South Fourth St.,
Jacksonville Beach. Call 249-2266 for informa-
American Legion: American Legion Post
233, Ponte Vedra/Palm Valley, 12 Wilderness
Trail N. off Canal Boulevard, meets the first
Thursday of the month at 7 p.m. Steak night is
held every Friday from 6 to 9 p.m. for members
and guests. Call 285-2484 for information.
Jacksonville Singles Dance Club: The
Jacksonville Singles Dance Club meets from 8 to
11 p.m. Friday at the Knights of Columbus
Hall, 1501 Hendricks Ave. Admission is $8, or
$7 for members. Call 779-1234 or e-mail
jaxsinglesDC@aol cor for information.
Recovery, Inc.: Recovery, Inc., a mental
health support group, meets at 6:30 p.m.
Fridays at St. Paul's Catholic Church's Family
Life Center, 578 First Ave. N., Jacksonville
Beach. 247-3299.
Senior tennis: Tennis for seniors is being
offered at Huguenot Tennis Center in
Jacksonville Beach from 9 to 11 a.m. Friday.
Call Moe at 247-6221 for information.

Summer Arts Camp
Atlantic Beach

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Free admission to the military
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Sawmill Lakes children ride their bikes in their community's seventh annual Independence Day Bike Parade, which is followed by a
pool plunge at the community center.

Sawmill Lakes celebrate 4th

by CHUCK ADAMS plunge.
SSTA4FFI WRITER The anniversary party June 10 featured
St I what Morey called "a lot of old-fashioned
In Ponte Vedra, you don't have to go to stuff: watermelon-eating contest, water
the ocean to see waves: There are plenty balloons, gunny sack races."
of them a couple miles inland, at Sawmill But the thing that struck her most, she
SLakes. said, happened the next day.
"We call it the Sawmill Lakes wave," "I went to the pool and a pre-teen boy,
one of the community's social chairmen, 11 or 12, asked if I was the lady who ran
Laura Morev, said recently about the way the event. 'That was such a cool event,'
neighbors often greet each other. he said, then asked, 'When are you going
"We are a very tighrcemieTl awea-aa ao anotiRhePlni la.ur~.L.zr-... '
Sferia'TomTiuni'eatd5 ouift pr -,, --or a pre-leenbo5 T 'go'ouThois waT y
each other." tell me it was 'cool' and wanted another
A private development of 371 homes one, that was something special," Morey
off Palm Valley Road just east of the Palm said.
Valley bridge, Sawmill Lakes regularly The dynamic duo behind the commu-
holds family gatherings, typically around nity gatherings Morey and Echevarria
a holiday or special event. started chatting years ago after the two
Its seventh annual Fourth of July cele- moved in next door to each other, within
bration was Saturday, when about 80 days of each other.
'adults and childrerl partied near the com- "We recalled some of the events we did
munity pool. as kids," Morey said. "We asked ourselves,
That was less than a month after 'Why don't we try to recreate something
dozens of community members gathered like that?' We started the whole events
at the same place to celebrate the com- thing with the Fourth of July parade."
munity's 10th birthday. After a couple of failed attempts at
One highlight of the annual bringing neighbors together for fun, the
"Independence Day Bike Parade & Pool July 4 party took off, becoming the cata-
Plunge" Saturday was the parade of bicy- lyst for.other community events.
cles, tricycles, scooters or strollers deco- Among other annual functions are two
rated with red, white and blue. community garage sale days. In
The parade wound through Sawmill December there's a luminaria night,
Lakes' streets at midday, where the riders when streets and driveways are lined with
cooled off with popsicles, lemonade luminaria and cookies are put out for peo-
and a plunge in the pool. pie strolling through the neighborhood.
This \ear's event varied somewhat from "One year we did, on luminaria night,
earlier ones, said Pegine Echevarria, who 4-5 stations in the community with cider
shares social director duties with Morey. for the farhilies and face painting for the
SIn the past, Echevarria has jumped into, kids," said Angela Diaz, president of the
the water fully clothed. This year, she Sawmill Lakes homeowners association.
wore a bathing suit, as did more than a Sawmill Lakes has two book clubs that
.dozen youngsters who also took the meet twice a month.

There's also a cooking club, where dish-
es are shared and recipes are exchanged.
"Bunco is a really great way to meet
your neighbor," Diaz said.
"There are teams of four, and after each
round you switch partners. You meet at
least 11 other women and get to know
what's going on in the community."
Sawmill Lakes is trying to reactivate a
babysitters' co-op that awarded points for
sitting one another's children which, in
turn, allowed mothers to buy babysitting
"It's just a great atmosphere, kids run-
ning all over the place, a playground with
multi-purpose fields, not a gated commu-
nity at least not yet," Morey said.
Also, the neighborhood's elementary
school, Ocean Palms, is within bicycling
distance and "is a great elementary
school," Morey said.
The community stays connected via
two signboards and a Web site that con-
tains a variety of information about
Sawmill Lakes and its events.
Another Web site contains official
information from the Sawmill Lakes
Board of Directors and talks about "more
the business side of the community,"
piaz said.
Among the residents of Sawmill Lakes
are Joanne and Bud Beech, who lived in a
condominium across from the beach
until 1998, when Sawmill Lakes was in
phase one of building.
"It was a tough call, after living across
from the ocean. We didn't know if we
wanted to be homeowners," said Joanne
Beach, the mother of four.
"But we've built two houses here," she
said. "It's a family place."

A special signing event to
Promote a new cook-
book titled "Recipes of
St. Augustin'e, Past and
Present" will be heldon
Friday, July 7, at the:
Butterfield Garage Art Gallery
in St. Augustine,
The keepsake cookbook was
published by the St. Johns
County Council on Aging.
Proceeds from the sale of the
cookbook will support pro-
grams and services for the
county's senior citizens.
With its many "legacy
recipes," the cookbook
reflects the ,,legendary hospi-
tality of St. Augustine where
nothing was too much trou-
ble," said Cathy Brown, exec-
utive director of the St. Johns
County Council on Aging.
Cover art for the cookbook
was done by nationally recog-
nized artist Beau Redmond.
Several of his paintings are
also reproduced throughout
the cookbook.
Rhonda James worked with
a team of volunteers and
COA staff members as the
project coordinator.
With dozens of recipes that
will inspire modern cooks to
prepare dishes like their great-
grandmothers or even earlier
generations might have, the
cookbook is a .culinary history
of America's oldest city.
Pat Fisher was one of sever-
al volunteers who helped to
collect the recipes for the
"I wanted to save many of
the good recipes from the
past," she said.
"There are many recipes
not found in other cookbooks
today recipes from several
generations back, legendary
Southern comfort food, datil
peppers, and Minorcan chow-
There are also plenty of
modern recipes, some from
current elected officials,
including U.S. Senators and
Congressmen and notable St.
Augustine residents. Many of
St. Augustine's finest restau-
rants contributed recipes to a
chapter titled "restaurant
"Recipes of St. Augustine" is
available from the Council on
Aging office at 180 Marine St.
in St. Augustine, or can be
ordered by calling 904-823-
2228. The cost of the cook-
book is $20.
The non-profit St. Johns.
County Council on Aging was
founded in 1973 "to meet the
needs of St. Johns County

Congregate meal sites,
meals on wheels, community
outreach, transportation,
socialization opportunities,
educational programs, and.
more are available to senior
citizens through the Council
on Aging.
A book-signing event will
be held July 7 during First
Friday Artwalk from 5 to 9
p.m. Brown arid COA board
members and staff members
will be at the Butterfield
Garage Gallery at 137 King St.
to autograph copies of the

Tlie following are just a few
of the recipes in the cookbook:

Mi norcan Pilau:
Family Sized
(Doris Tanner)

"This recipe came from
Mrs. Genevieve Victor who
was my Great Aunt."

1 Ig. can tomatoes
one-half Ib. onions
1 bell pepper
1 sm. jar chopped pimien-
1 tsp. dry thyme
3 cups rice
4-5 Ibs. hen cut up
4 cups liquid
Cook onion, tomatoes and
bell pepper to a thick sauce.
Add chicken and cook until
tender. Add -1 cups liquid. I
Add pimientos, thyme, and
rice. Let come to aboil then
simmer until rice is cooked:
about 1 hour.

Shrimp Burgers
S oe Serra)

"During the war; beef was
scarce but on the southeast
coast shrimp was plentiful."

:2 Ibs. peeled, raw shrimp,
chopped very fine
1 cup cracker meal
2 eggs beaten
one-half cup grated cheese
Mix everything together -
and with a large spoon make
burgers 3 inches in diameter,
1 inch thick. Put into hying
pan with hot oil and fry to a'
golden brown on both sides.
Remove and eat.


'CSI effect' filters down to DLE lab
",,fil d Iwb

Procedural crime dramas are among the
most-watched programs on television.
The so-called "how-done-its" have cap-
tured the imagination of TV' viewers of all
* 'ages, elevating the once-anonymous
crime lab analyst to almost cult figure sta-
Hour-long hit shows such as "Crime
S Scene Investigation," better known as
"CSI," also give viewers unrealistic
notions about how forensic science really
works, some real-life CSI's say.
"It's nice to have the spotlight on you.
But those shows also give you a skewed
view," Bill Tucker, a senior crime lab ana-
lyst with the Florida Department of Law
Enforcement (FDLE) in Jacksonville, said
last week.
"We can't solve cases in 48 minutes. In
the real world, it takes a lot longer."
Tucker was among a handful of FDLE
employees who took time out of their:
busy work schedules to give a dozen
members of the Citizens Police Academy
Alumni Association of Jacksonville Beach
a tour of the Jacksonville crime lab.
The three-hour tour last Thursday
Included stops at the firearms section, the
crime scene compound, the fingerprint-
ing and serology departments and the
chemical investigations section, or what
FDLE chemist Marion Estes likes called
"the drugstore."
"We investigate 375 name drugs," said
Estes, who supervises a team of five full-
time chemists -who collectively work

6,000 cases a year..
"Chemists go to court a lot. We testify.,
20 to 80 times a year."
Estes joked that he watches 'CSI' every
night for purposes of "self-defense."
And he literally could.
The CBS show airs every weeknight on
cable, Thursdays on CBS and weekends
on Jacksonville's WJCT TV-4.
'"There truly is a CSI effect out there,"
added Estes.
"Juries are becoming experts in foren-
sics. They demand a higher level of

Comparison process

Almost everyone in the crime lab.com-
pares something with something else.
In firearms, examiners compare bullets.
In serology, it's blood. In Tucker's section,
latent fingerprinting, .it's arches, whorls
.and loops, or the three types of finger-
"No two individuals' [fingerprints] are
alike," said Tucker.
"And we do it the old-fashioned way:
with,a magnifying glass and the human
In firearms, the hardware is a little
more sophisticated. Here, examiners uti-,
lize $50,000 comparison microscopes, to
match up bullets and spent casings.
"Theoretically," said firearms technolo-
gist Diane McDougal, "every bullet can be
traced back to its manufacturer."
McDougal examined documents for 20
years before transferring to the firearms
section. The department has its own gun

range and a water tank for testing bullet
trajectories. Another feature: a museum-
quality "toy room" where more than
1,500 different firearms are stored.
"Our-goal is to have every make and
model," said McDougal, adding that the
collection includes guns dating as far back
as the 1880s.
"Examiners must know how every
weapon works."
For June, the section's goal was to work
60 cases. As of June 28, the department
had cleared 58.

No perfect crime scene

"CSI is purely entertainment," crime
lab analyst Elise Bekiempis told CPAAA
members as they entered the FDLE's
crime scene offices, where investigators
work in typical cubicles when they are
not in the field.
"We serve 13 different counties and
generally work homicides. Generally, two
of us respond [to a crime scene]."
Bekiempis is the newest member of the
For her "final exam," Bekiempis had to
process a mock murder scene for 12
Her boss, Steve Platt, the section chief,
labeled the scene "Nightmare on 911 Elm
Bekiempis worked in the crime lab's
footwear and tirewear section before
applying to become a crime scene investi-
gator, or what she calls "a jack or jill of all

See CSI, A-9

Photo submitted
Cover art for the cookbook was done by nationally recognized
artist Beau Redmond.

St. Johns Council on

Aging publishes cookbook


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Sarah Jane Dixon of
Jacksonville and Capt. Thomas
H. Klump of Seaford, Va., have
announced their engagement
to be married.
The bride-elect is the daugh-
ter of Elizabeth and Charles
Dixon III of Jacksonville. She is
a 2003 graduate of Episcopal
High School and is a senior at
Georgetown University's
Walsh School of Foreign
Service. She is employed by St.
Luke's Gallery in Washington,
D.C. She will begin a master's
program in Russian and East
European Studies in the fall.
The groom-elect is the son of
Jeannie and Tom. Klump of
'Seaford, Va. He is a 1997 grad-
uate of York (N.Y.) High School

and a 2001 graduate of the U.S.
Military Academy at West
Point. He served with the
Army's 1st Infantry Division in
Iraq, where he received the
Bronze Star. He is currently a
captain in the Army's individ-
ual ready reserve and is
employed as an account execu-
tive at Pablo Beach Mortgage
in Jacksonville Beach. He plans
to attend law school in the fall
of 2007.
The couple were engaged in.
Praque, Czech Republic, while
Dixon was studying abroad at
Charles University. The couple
-plan to wed on Saturday, June
17, 2007, at Immaculate;
Conception Catholic Church
in Jacksonville.

Mariana and Nathan Nadeau


S 'Erin Elizabeth ,Damato of
Neptune Beach and
Christopher Clayton Philips of
lacksonville Beach were mar-
ried Saturday, June 3, at St.
Paul's Catholic Church with
Father William Kelly and
father lerr Walston presiding.
The bride is the daughter of
Joseph and Nancy Damato of
Neptune Beach. She is a gradu-
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School and the University of
North Florida. She is employed
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school this fall at the University
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David and Suzanne Dalton of
Ponte Vedra.
Jordan Bowser of
Jackson\ille Beach was named
to the provost's list for the
spring semester at Lips biili:-
tiniversity in Nashville, Tenn.
Students who make perfect
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named to the provost's list.
Bowser is a engineering
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He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill
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Sarah Jane Dixon and Capt. Thomas Klump

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Shanna Ernisse and Miles"
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SBrandy Turk of Jacksonville
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graduate of Auburn University
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Recipes: Gert's Potato Soup

Cont. from A-7

Gert's Potato Soup
(Gert Mickler)
6 potatoes, peeled and cut
into bite-sized pieces
2 leeks, washed an cut into
bite-sized pieces (optional)
3 onions, chopped
large carrot, pared and
2 stalks celery, sliced
4 chicken boullion cubes,
plus 1 can chicken broth
1 T parsley flakes (or dill
5 cups water -
1 T salt and use pepper to
1 stick oleo or butter
1 can evaporated milk (add
during the last 10 minutes of
S cooking)
S Put all ingredients in a .
large pot and cook about 1
hour or until alliingredients
are tender. Then mash cooked"
ingredients with masher
before serving.
Note: Can add a half cup of.
barley or a couple cups of"
broccoli for variety. Also, can
add large outside leaves of
cabbage and cook, but
remove them before serving..

Black Eye Peas Salad
(Edwin Eubanks)

1 can black eye peas No. 10
one and one-half cups
diced onions
'1 cup stuffed green olives
1 cup tomato sauce
1 sliced green pepper
one and one-half cups
Italian salad dressing
Drain black eye peas. Mix
with tomato sauce. Add veg-
etables and dressing. Chill

Hot Buttered Rum
(Angela M. Cox)

Said Cox: "This has been
in our family for years and is
especially good when there is
a chill in the air, or the throat

is a little sore."

1 tsp. powdered sugar, 10x
one-quarter cup rum, light
or dark
1 T softened butter, unsalt-
one-quarter to one-half cup
boiling water
shaved nutmeg for garnish

In a warm tumbler, place all
ingredients except the boiling
water, and whisk well. Add
hot water to fill the glass,
about a quarter to a half cup.
Whisk again and sprinkle .
with shaved nutmeg to taste
for garnish. Makes 1 serving,
but you might want a second,
so just double the recipe,
Dark Orange Cake
(Donna Stephens)

Said Stephens: "This recipe
came from my Aunt Ila
Robshaw, who lived in St..
Johns County from the time
she was a young girl. She
shared it with her five sisters,
and I have been making it my
entire married life 52

1 cup orange
2 cups flour
1 cup raisins
S1 tsp, soda, dissolved in
1 cup sugar
1 cup buttermilk
one-third cup shortening
1 tsp. salt
2 eggs
1 cup brown sugar

Squeeze orange, mix orange
juice with brown sugar and
set aside. Grind whole orange
(remove seeds) with raisins.
Cream butter tor shortening
and white sugar; add eggs,
orange and raisins.
Add buttermilk, then flour.
Mix well. Bake in small sheet
pan at 375 degrees for 30-35
minutes. Pour orange juice
and brown sugar over hot
cake. Leave in pan until serv-

ing. Serve plain or with
whipped cream.

Grapefruit Peel
(Esther Brown)
1 lb. grapefruit peel
three-quarters cup water
and juice or.all juice
one and one-half lbs. sugar

Select bright fruit with a
thick peel. Wash carefully.
Grate lightly on an ordinary
grater to'break the oil cells.
Cut the peel in quarters and
remove the fruit and weigh.
Cut this peel into strips
one-quarter to one-half inch
wide, or cut into small
shapes. Place in a saucepan of
water, and, for each quart of
peel taken, add 3 or 4 pint of
more of cold water. Boil 10.
minutes and pour off the
Repeat 3 times or until as
much of the bitter flavor is
removed as desired. Dry the
peel between folds of cloth,.
Pressing gently
For each pound of peel
used, add one and one-half
'pounds of sugar to, three
quarter cup water or grape-
fruit juice. Bring to a boil and.
cook until all of the sugar is
dissolved. Add the prepared
peel and boil until all the
syrup is absorbed.
Remove immediately from
heat and roll the fruit in
granulated or powdered sugar,
separating any pieces that
stick together.
Cooking continued too
long and evaporation carried
too far will cause the product
to be hard and unattractive.
The point at which the
Product shall be finished may
be determined by rolling a
piece of fruit, when it has
become transparent, in granu-
lated sugar.
If, after a few minutes, the
fruit stiffens enough to retain
its shape, it is sufficiently

Volunteer Pat Fisher (from left) COA administrative coordinator Susan Johnson, COA executive
director Cathy Brown (seated), COA development coordinator Kay Green, and cookbook proj-
ect coordinator Rhonda James all were involved with the publication of "Recipes of St.
Augustine,Past and Present."

:.. .r ,
photo by CHUCK ADAMS
Laura Morey (left) and Pegine Echevarria, next-door neighbors in Sawmill Lakes, share an
embrace Saturday before kickoff of the seventh annual Independence Day Bike Parade & Pool.
Plunge, which they organize each year. See A-7.

FDLE crime lab analyst Elise Bekiempis says at least two crime scene investigators respond to a

SI: Have to prove 'that sun is up

Cont. from A-7
Her section records, collects
and preserves physical evi-
dence for investigative and lab-
oratory examinations.
The unit's primary vehicle is
a Ford.F-350 "super duty"
truck. The section also has a
pair of all-terrain vehicles.
And like the TV show, the
unit has its own interview
rooms with two-way glass
where potential suspects are

Evidence ever-changing

Upstairs in "shoe and tire,"
the evidence "is ever-chang-
ing," crime lab analyst Kesha
White said.
"We have a range of conclu-
sions because it's not as black
and white as fingerprints,"
added White, one of three
examiners in the department
who work cases from all over
the state.
Around the corner, senior
crime lab analyst Carol Hanna
performs computerized finger-
print matches in a small, win-
dowless room known as "the
bat cave."
On her door is an auto-
graphed photocopy of actor
Adam West, who played the
caped ,crusader on TV. ia the
"They decided I had all the
answers [like Batman," said
Hanna. "I plot the minutiae. I
work from lifts and photo-
Over in the serology/DNA
section, where analysts wear
white lab coats and single-use
latex examination gloves, case-
breakers come in microscopic


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northwest St. Johns. County
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Lunch prices at St. Johns
County School Board schools
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students, by 25 cents to $2.25
middle and high school stu-
dents and by 50 cents to $3
for adults.
Lunch prices hadn't been
raised at county schools in
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An influx of public school
students into 'St. Johns
County means additional bus
routes. The county school dis-
trict has added eight routes
for 2006-2007.
Bus routes may be found
online at
The district will send post-
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all potential bus riders advis-
ing them of their child's bus
stop, times and bus number.
For more information, the
transportation department
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Nease head football coach
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Stronger" strength and condi-
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June 5, runs. through July 20.
The camp is open to incoming
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a t

"There isn't a lot to see in
this section," says forensics
technologist Brandi Girond.
"Most of what we do is in
[test] tubes. Our ultimate goal
is to find a DNA profile."
DNA is short for deoxyri-
bonucleic acid. More than 95
percent of all human DNA is
the same. It's the remaining 5
percent that is used to distin-
guish between one person and
The serology section is one of
the crime lab's largest in terms
of personnel, with nine ana-
lysts, seven technologists and
one crime scene technician.
The department is just down
the hall from "the drug store,"
where Estes and company spe-
cialize in quantitative instru-
ment analysis.

The section provides 30,000
court exhibits each year, but its
staffers shy away from colorful
expert witness testimony.
"I'm not sure our job is the-
atrics," said Estes, referring to
the ever-growing CSI.effect on
trials and the public's percep-
tion of ,what constitutes
irrefutable evidence.
"Even eyewitness testimony
is fastidious now. You have to
have proof that the sun is up.'
Tucker, a senior crime lab
analyst who formerly worked
for the FBI, said not everything
in forensics is as "black and
white" as a person's finger-
"There's always someone
who will be critical of what is
done," he said.
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low as $199.95 and queen sets for as low as $299.95.".
Bedtime USA also sells Tempur-Pedic mattresses at the
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bed pads, mattress protectors and even some 'beachy'
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"Adonis Furniture and Night and Day Furniture manu-
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"They offer 80 different designs of futons, and we show-
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July 4, 2006 SPORTS

* Fishing Leader
* Suns All-Stars
* Sports Medicine

Area swimmers eye championship meets


Competitive summer swim
leagues continue at a fast pace
as championship meets loom
later this month.
The Selva Marina Mariners
will compete against Beaches
Aquatic Swim Team on
Saturday in preparation for the
championships July 22 at
Episcopal High School begin-
ning at 8 a.m.
Ponte Vedra's Winston
Waves will compete in their

championship meet July 22-23
at the University of North
The Beaches Aquatic Swim
Team will have a final tune-up
July 15 at Bartram Springs
beginning at 9 a.m. BAST
swimmers will also take part in
the July 22 championships at
Episcopal High.
The Sawgrass Country Club
and Jacksonville Golf and
Country Club teams are also
.wrapping up their seasons with
an eye on championships in
late July.

Photos by ROB DeANGELO
LEFT: Marsh Landing's Lindsay Kahlbaugh competes in the girls 11-12 butterfly,race last Thursday at Jacksonville Golf and Country
ABOVE; Sophia Mostovyck, of Marsh Landing Country Club, draws a breath of air during the girls 8-and-under butterfly race.

Trio of Nease ballplayers intends to remain close

A unique trio of former Nease High School
baseball players, young men who became so dose
over the years they're known as the "Three
Brothers," is heading off to college. Andrew Page,
Matthew Redding and Blake Sanders may be
going in different directions, but they intend to
remain close.
"We were a package deal," said Page who, aer
making an early commitment to
Chipola Junior College in .
Marianna, Fla., plans to walk on 1
at Florida State. "It was under- ,
stood that if one was goirig to be VWe wer
some place, we'd all be there. It's deal. It was
just a great friendship."
Page is one of just two four- that if one w
year Nease varsity starters. The
other, Chris Warren, graduated be some pla
in 2005. be there. Its
Redding, who made an early t It'
commitment to Samford [Ala.], friendship.
is headed instead to Chipola,
which he hopes will be his
springboard to a professional
baseball career. Fellow Panthers
grad Daniel Jones will be his Andre
roommate at Chipola. Nease High
"We've been close for a very
long time," Redding said of the trio.
Redding set a Nease record last season with a
.469 batting average, breaking the mark of .455
Tim Tebow established in 2005.
Sanders is the only one of the three close-knit
friends leaving Florida. He's planning to play
baseball for Marshall University in Huntington,

"I've known them pretty much my whole life,"
Sanders, who holds the Nease record for consecu-
tive games started, 86, said of his friends.
Page, Redding and Sanders met while starting
out in baseball, in the Ponte Vedra Athletic
Association's t-ball program. Five years old at the
time, each is now 18, meaning they've known
one another and played baseball together for 13
years. They became known as the "Three
Brothers" when they were 9.
Through records provided by Redding's father,
Matt Sr., as a unit they've won
approximately 500 games, from
all-stars in PVAA 'to the
Jacksonville Tidal Wave, started
a package by Reddiig Sr., to high s~ho6l.
understood They've also won two national
championships Cooperstown
as going to 2000 and Triple Crown 2005 -
and one state championship,
ce, we'd all AABC in 1999. They were state
just a great AALr runners-up in 2000.
t great They also were members of
national AAU qualifiers in 1998,
1999 and 2000 and won local
and state -tournaments in
Gainesville, Orlando and
Sw Page "Andrew and I were on the
graduate same t-ball team," said Redding,
"and Blake, Andrew and I went
to elementary school together. Our names begin
with P, R and 5, so we were always in the same
class, sitting next to one another."
Family ties also run deep.
"Blake's little sister's [Brooke] best friends with
my little sister [Morgan], and our families have
been friends since we were 5," said Redding, who
transferred to Bolles for middle school but came

Petroni gets national


Atlantic Beach's Karina Pet-
roni is receiving more national
exposure in the pages of FHM
magazine due on newsstands
this week.
Petroni, 18, is featured in a
pictorial entitled "Swell
Summer." She and fellow pro
surfers Daize Shayne and
Claudia Goncalves are pho-
tographed together and sepa-
rately in the five-page spread.
Petroni is topless, albeit cov-
ering herself with her hands, in
one of the magazine's photos.
The champions surfer is also a
model and has appeared in
advertisements for a number of
In a brief FHM article, Petro-
ni recounts a 2003 tournament
in New Smyrna Beach in which
sharks were spotted near surfers
as they were competing.
"When I was coming in, this
guy was screaming at me from
sand, 'Don't get off your
board!" Petroni is quoted as
saying. "Then I saw what he
was yelling about. Two fins
were racing straight toward me.
I paddled so hard I was still
paddling when I hit the sand."
Over the weekend, Petroni
was defeated in the semifinal of
the Mr. Price Pro Junior surf
competition in Durban, South
Africa. The teen was the
defending women's pro junior

Karina Petroni in a photo from her web site karinapetroni.com.
The Atlantic Beach teen is among three female pro surfers
featured in the August issue of FHM magazine.

Pholos submitted
Above, teammates and friends, from left, Andrew Page, Matthew Redding and Blake Sanders as
they appeared for Nease High school and below as 11-year-old Little Leaguers at a tournament in
Cooperstown, N.Y.

back to Nease for his sophomore
year. He was a four-year baseball
starter, one at Bolles and three at
The thing that sticks out in
each one's' mind is winning the
Cooperstown Dreams Park tour-
nament in 2000, the last year of
the Tidal Wave, which went 12-0
to capture the title. While there '
they set a skills record, an
around-the-horn mark of 20.28
that involves all fielding posi-
tions and still stands in the face
of the fact that 500 teams per
year compete at Cooperstown.
"We made a day of it at the
[National Baseball] Hall of Fame.
It was awesome," said Page.. "You
walk around, there's so much
history, even that little [12 years
old] you soak it all up, It was kind
of like a kid in a candy store."
The three were among the first
to play in the PVAA baseball pro-
gram, started by Dale Westling in
"We all made the all-star teams
together. It was fun," said
Redding. "I really don't think
we've changed a bit. All of us
knew this was our last year to
hang out together, so we've done '
so every day this summer and, of
course, baseball season."
"Matt, Blake and Andrew, they .
love each other," said Nease base-
ball coach Greg "Boo" Mullins, for whom each
played the past two years. "All three are good
kids, hard-workers."
Mullins said the threesome is serving as role
models, mentors and coaches for his younger
players. Redding, for instance, is instructing for-
mer Nease teammate Chris Alessandria's younger
brother Steven in the art of catching.
"My younger players look up to them because
they know they're good, they're going to college
and they know they've been successful here at
Nease," said Mullins. "They will be successful
young men in life, in our community or the com-
munity they will live in."
"School brought us together," said Sanders.
"Andrew and Matt grew up next door to one
another in Marsh Landing. I was always at their
"It's definitely going to be different being away

from them. We played together so long. We real-
ize it's time to go to the next level and do what
you have to do," added Sanders. "What's been
nice is we've stayed close. No matter what's hap-
pened in the past and will happen in the future,
we'll be life-long buddies. It'll be a fun adven-
"It's going to be tough," Page said of when the
"Three Brothers" head their different ways. "Our
families have always been close. Matt's dad's been
a second dad to me. We know each other's grand-
parents, they've met all my uncles.
"We've talked about it," said Page. "We're defi-
nitely going to keep in touch."
"These boys have been great friends," said
Redding's mother Gina. "I hate to see them move
on, but they will always share a beautiful bond of
a wonderful friendship. How blessed they are to
have found each other."

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Whiting, redbass and tarpon are all biting

Trnr e whiting are strong at
SNassau Sound and in 35
Feet in the deep surf.
Good catches of redbass are
being released at the jetties
and in the canal. Tarpon are
feeding behind the shrimp
boats and in the pogie pods.
Last Friday, Capt. Ron
Dorsett with Brian McDonald
and Bill Wilderotter took the
"Crack-a-Noon" back to the
Elton bottom and almost
duplicated last weekend's
catch. They caught a box of
beeliners weighing up to four
pounds and lots of triggerfish,
pinkies, strawberry grouper,
amberines and an unusual 13-
pound rainbow runner.
On Saturday, Capt. Scott
Darer from his "Scott Free"
with Chuck and Brian Darner
and.Bernie Holzman from.
Miami brought home eight
snapper, three grouper to 12
pounds and a good catch of
triggerfish and seabass.
Bill Venedict fished the
pogie pods north of St.
Augustine last Tuesday morn-
ing from the "Double K" with
Capt. Ke'in Favor. They caught
an 80-pound tarpon and a 25-
pound king.
Capt. Bobby Langston
chummed off of Shanty Town
last Wednesday and caught
and released a 100-pound tar-
pn'rand jumped another from
his "Gaff-it." On another trip
She chummed up a 20-pound
king and caught a dozen
sharks off Shanty Town.
Al Wiltshire and friends gave
us all an excellent report from
the Ke\s last week. Fishing
fhom his "Sharkey's Din" with
Jim Bell, Stan Poole, George
Tenilliger, Rick, Debbie and
Amanda Kirby and Linden
Wood they teamed up for
some great dolphin catches.
lim Bell had a 24-pounder and
George had the largest at 33
pounds. All were caught on
Congratulations to 10-year-
old Katie Pazder for catching
her first sailfish last Saturday
with Capt. Frank Joura on the
"Catch 0' the Day." Her father,
Andy Pazder, Caroline Joura
and Bob Basham witnessed the


fun and helped her release it.
Katie said she had a lot of help
with the beautiful sail from her
friend, 10-year-old Caroline.
They.were trolling the Turtle
grounds and also picked up a
dolphin, amberjack and bar-,
Capt. Randall Dyal went into
action over the weekend. He:
chummed with Turner
Mochell from Columbus,
Georgia on Friday. They caught
12 big sharks during the morn-
ing and lots of whiting and
On Saturday they again had
a lot of shark action around
the shrimp boats and off the
redtops. His guests were the
Waltrip family, also from
Columbus, Georgia.
Capt. Kirk Waltz, on his
"Enterprise," had two exciting
trips last Friday. In the morn-
ing former Mayor John
Delaney, Jim McCullum, Leerie
Jenkins and Fred Franklin
fished the jetties and caught
21 redbass and jumped a tar-
pon on the incoming tide. In
the afternoon, Dr. Buz
Geiamonia and his sons lack
and Ross iced down two 40-
pound cobia.
Jetty guide Fred Morrow
with friend Jim Lyons from
McClenny, Florida on the
"Little Yvonne" put their dead
shrimp on the bottom in
Nassau Sound last friday and
caught 32 whiting, eight jacks,
four blues and several small
Capt. David King on his
"Crusty Crab" at Nassau Sound
had great catches of whiting all
last week. On Saturday he
caught 76 whiting and 12 jacks.,

Phrol subm.rted
From left: Katie Pazder, Caroline Joura and Capt. Frank Joura with their six-foot sailfish caught last weekend at the Turtle Grounds

aboard "Catch of the Day."

James Gergley from his
"Head Hunter" last Wednesday
fished several of his favorite
creeks using jigs and shrimp
and caught nine redbass to 24
inches and a dozen blues and
Capt. Bob Cosby fished with
Daniel Steele and brought
home four flounder, four trout
and four reds on a trip last
Then on Tuesday morning
with Richard Mills and his son,,
boxed two flounder, two trout
and released 12 redbass much
too large to keep.
Capt. Mike Morris trolled the
morning last Wednesday and
caught three kings and a
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Spanish and came in later
around the jetties and caught
three reds and jumped a tarpon.
Capt. David Sipler with the
Branan family last Saturday
fished the beach and caught 10
Bottom fishing from both
the "Mayport Princess" and
the "King Neptune" continues
to be impressive. On the
"Mayport Princess," amberjack
to 60 pounds were weighed
along with hefty beeliners,
snapper and even kings.
On the "King Neptune,"
anglers on one trip last week
brought home four cobia, four
snapper, a pair of kings, beelin-
ers weighing up to four

pounds and a speedy blackfin.
Will Montoya with his son
Matthew and friends Pat
Barker, Ramon Boi and Myles
Wright made a Sunday chum-
ming trip down the beach for
tarpon on their 20-foot rig
drifting and chumming in
front of Shanty Town. They
jumped one tarpon, had sever-
al others in their chum and
caught several big sharks.
While waiting for the "big
bite." they pulled up over 50
whiting, a big speckled trout
and several big yellowmouth.
Capt. Dennis Young with the
Derek Coleman party last
Saturday\ aboard the "Sea
Dancer" caught 70 big beelin-

ers, two 40-pound amberjack, a
dolphin and 12 triggerfish.
On Sunday, the Harvey Lane
party went back to the Eiton
Bottom with Capt. Dennis and
they caught 40 two- to four-
pound beeliners, a 15-pound
dolphin and dozens of triggers
and ambennes.
Whiting, blues and flounder
were caught during last week
on the Jacksonille Beach Pier.
Chuck Fanr led the flounder
catches with a seven-pounder
and Kevin Barnes caught a
Good fishing .

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Baseball Camp
Nease baseball coach Greg
"Boo" Mullins offers a Monday
through Thursday, 9 a.m. to
noon, baseball camp at
Cornerstone Park. Initially only
a four-week program, Mullins
has extended hiscamp
throughout the summer.
The cost per participant is
$150 per week. Those interested
should call 783-6561.
Mullins' camp offers defen-
sive, offensive, hitting and
base-running drills, plus the
importance of "small-ball,"; the
Nease coach's stock-in-trade
that's built around strategy,
speed, timing, sacrifice and
solid mental pitching.

Basketball Camp
Tommy Hulihan's Beaches
Basketball Camp at St. Paul's
School takes place July 24-28.
Camp for those entering grades
3-5 is from 8 a.m. until 11 a.m.
Camp for grades 6-9 takes place
from 12:30 p.m. until 3:30 p.m.
Cost is $85, but registration
after July 1 is $90. For more
information visit www.beaches-
basketball.com or phone
Tommy Hulihan at 349-2611.
Beaches Basketball League at
S St. Paul's School includes an 8-
game season for kids ages 3 to
rising 6th graders. Four divi-
sions of play will be featured:
Pre-K (co-ed), K-lst (co-ed),
S2nd-3rd (boys and girls teams)
and 4th to rising 6th with sepa-
rate boys and girls teams.
Cost is $85 and all players
receive a T-shirt and trophy. For
more information visit beaches-
basketball.com or phone

Tommy Hulihan- at 349-2611.

Football Fundraiser
The sixth annual Nease foot-
Ball golf tournament, spon-
sored by the Nease Touchdown
Club, will be held July 17 at
Marsh Creek in St. Augustine..
The Nease Touchdown Club
provides financial support for
items such as team uniforms,
. post-game snacks, drinks for
away games and necessities.
The fee is $100 per golfer;
entry deadline is July 10.
Activity begins with a noon
"check-in, followed by a'l p.m.
shotgun start. A four-person
captain's choice is the format.
All participants will receive
balls, tees and gift bags at regis-
tration. A buffet dinner, where,
prizes are awarded, will wrap
up the activities.
Sponsorship opportunities
range from a $5,000 platinum,
which includes eight golfers
Sand signage at the tournament
and in Nease Stadium, to a $50
Panther sponsor.
To register or learn more
about sponsorship opportuni-
ties, go to neasefootball.com
and click the golf tournament
link, or call Tom or Kim
Kernohan at (904; 543-0567.

St. Paul's Sports
St. Paul's summer sports camps
feature participation in team
sports and age-appropriate acti\i-
ties. Basketball, flag football, kick
ball, tag and more are offered. On
Friday's, campers have pizza and
go to Beach Bowl.
Camp sessions are weekly from
the end of May until late July. For

Winning second half title

will be tougher for Suns

more information visit
www.beachesbasketball.com or
phone Tommy Hulihan at 349-
Fletcher Soccer Camp will
take place July 17-20 and July
24-27 at San Pablo Elementary
School fields (across from
Fletcher High School).
Camp for 7th to 12th graders
takes place from 9 a.m. until
noon. Cost is $130 per week or
$240 for both weeks. Camp for
5- to 10-year-olds takes place
'July 17-20 from 5 p.m. until 7
p.m.,Cost is $65.
Clinicians include Bentley
College head coach Peter,
Simonini, Fletcher High boys
coach Mike Levine, Fletcher
girls coach Megan Pardue and
members of the Embrv Riddle
University soccer team.
For more information phone
Le\ine at 635-8969 or e-mail
Pardue at ulrichm@education-

Island FC is forming boys and
girls travel soccer teams for the
2006-7 season. Teams will be
offered in the following age
groups: Li-12 (born on or after
8/1/94 but before 71131/961; U-14
(bom on or after 8/1/92 but
before 7/31/94); Li-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
Girls tryouts will take place
June 12 and 14 at San Pablo
Elementary fields from 5:30 p.m.
until 7:30 p.m. Boys team tryouts
will take place June 13 and 15.
For more information contact
Megan Pardue at 234-2646.

he Jacksonville Suns
Almost outdid themselves
L by winning the first half
title of the Southern League
Season as neatly as. they did.
Repeating the second half is
going to be a lot tougher.
To show how. much talent
the Suns had in the first half,
which ended June 21, nine of
their players were named to
the Southern League All-Star
game, which will be played
July 10 in Montgomery, Ala.
That's as many as the Suns
have placed on the annual
honorary team in some years.
They had climaxed the first
half with a rousing road trip in
which they posted an amazing
9-1 record, then came home to
win 10 straight.
That's a far cry from the cur-
rent road trip and it's a clear
indication of how things have
Suns named to the All-Stars
this time include infielders
Tony Abreu, Chin Lung Hu
and Craig Brazell, outfielders
Justin Ruggiano and
Wilkin Ruan, and
pitchers Heath
Totten. T.J. Nail,
Mark Alexander
and Casey
Brad Cresse
was also
elected, but
is currently
on the dis-
abled list
with a bro-
ken hand.
Also elected were
third baseman Andy LaRoche,
and pitcher Joel Hanrahan
and Spike Lundberg, who have
been promoted to Las Vegas in
Triple A and unavailable for
this game.
Manager John Shoemaker
accompanied Chin Lung Ho to
Pittsburgh, where the latter
played in the Worid game, also
called the "Future Stars
Game," but although it was an
honor for the Taiwanese player
to be so noted nationally, it
doesn't win games for the

Montgomery and will attend.
the annual league meeting
there. Many subjects will.come
up, including the schedule.
The Suns actually did better
this year with the current five-
game series than in the past,
where teams might go to two
or three cities on a road trip.
"Going to two cities on a
trip, five games each, is a big
help financially and physical-
ly," Bragan said. "Bus trips at
best are fatiguing and going to
a place to play two or three
times puts a hurt on every
club's budget,
S. "Our trips to West Tennessee
(Jackson) and Mississippi are
the longest. Fans may not real-
ize what a drain it puts physi-
cally on the players. They may
be young, but it still tires them
and very often it shows in the
Bragan said that one thing
he would like to see is competi-
tion to host the All-Star game.
"It used to be in some
(minor)i leagues that teams
played for the honor of host-
ing the All-Stat game," Bragan
explained. "That made the
weeks leading up to the dead-
line, say July I, exciting for
them and the teams.
"Mo\ing to every city like
now may be a nice thing, but
-it takes away from it some of
the excitement to know, for
instance, that Mobile or
Montgomery or even ;
Jacksonville will host the game
back before the season even,
One of the latest change in
Suns roster was the promotion
of catcher Eric Langill to Las
Vegas and bringing up young
catcher Gabriel Gutierrez from
Class A \Vero Beach. Gutierrez
will back up A.J. Ellis in the
absence of first-stringer Brad
"The kid coming up hasn't
developed into a hitter, yet,"
Bragan said, "but he's the best
we have available unless they'
trade for a veteran.
"\Ve need hitting now more
than we have all year.
Shoemaker is concerned about
our lack of punch."

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SThe Jax Beach 5-6 "C" All Stars finished second in the Lake Lucina T-ball tournament June
17th. Front row, from left: Jake Saraga, Brady Rolison, Kai Torgeson, Xavier Freshwater,
Jacob Acker, Cooper Hall, Mark Caldwell. Top row: Coach Jeff Acker, Easton Flowers,
Zach Anderson, coach Charles Freshwater, Jacob Larson, Alex Boyd, coach Tom Caldwell.

Mre older runners are

trainingfor a marathon

rT re)' Warren is 35 and is
quite active in his exer-
L cise regimen. He goes
through a total body "boot
camp" type workout two or
three days a week, and then
goes for a 30-minute jog on
the other days. But, he had
,never run a marathon.
His wife Inga is 33, and ran
her first marathon in Miami in
January, which was all the
motivation Trey needed to try'
one for himself.
"Since she did it, I had to
prove it to myself that I could
do it as well," said Warren.
Their story is not unique.
More and more people are
running marathons than ever,
before, and many people are
,running their first marathon
in their 40s, 50s and even later
stages of life. In fact, according
Sto a Time Magazine report, the
40-plus age group is taking
.over the sport, accounting for
43 percent of marathon partic-
ipants, up from 26 percent 20
years ago.
In addition, 20 percent of
the finishers of the last Boston
Marathon were over age 50,
almost twice that of 20 years
You are never too old to
start to exercise; andexercise is.
beneficial at any age, helping
lower weight, reduce blood
pressure and cholesterol and
reducing the risk of
Alzheimer's disease.
Warren, owner of 1st Choice
'Appraisals, began his
marathon training some six
months in advance of his first
race, the San Diego Rock and
Roll Marathon. '
He got training advice from
his friend Michael Peters, a

S .


world class triathlete wh
in Fernandina, as well as
Runners World Magazin
adding that the magazine
"always has great tip for
ners and intermediates i
ing training schedules, d
and tips for shoes."
Many who run a mara
will tell you what a greal
rience it was.
"For me, it was great, ]
social event Where you h
to be running. There we
25,000 people lining the
streets cheering you on,
and roll bands every mil
so, and plenty of water a
snacks to keep you going
along the way," Warren
For those who have ne
done it, running 26 mile
sounds like a Herculean
Warren did say that he f
"beaten up" and definite
a wall after running aboi
three and half hours, bu
able to get through it," f
ing in 4:45.
'He then told me that'
hard, but not as hard as
expected once I got into

times you really didn't realize
you are running. Now, run-
'ning from Fernandina to
Callahan would be different,
but in this you are so involved
that it was actually fun."
While Warren said that he
would not do marathons fre-
quently, he would do it again
for it definitely gives him a
"goal worth training for.
While the number of people
participating in marathons is
up, the number of patients
with marathon-based injuries
is up as well. I have seen more
R and more patients with
injuries that they sustained in
preparation for, or during a
o lives 'marathon.
From Most often people are not;
e,. givingg themselves ample tinie
le to train for the race, stressing
begin- their body with more thanit
nclud- can handle so quickly.
ets : Tendonitis; plantar fasciitis
and stress fractures are com-
.thon only diagnosed.
t expe- Warren pointed out that by
Following a proven training :
like a regimen, he was able to avoid
happen any overuse ofover-training
are type injuries.,

rock * *
e or
md This column is written to dis-
g cuss issues regarding sports,
added. medicine, and safety. It is not
ever intended to serve as a replace-
s ment for treatment by your regu-
task. lar doctor. It is only designed to
elt offer guidelines on the prevention,
ely "hit recognition, and care of injuries
ut and illness. Specific concerns
t I was should be discussed with your
inish- physician. Mail your questions to
Gregory Smith, MD -
"it was Sportsmedicine, 1250 S. 18th'
I Street, Suite 204, Fernandina
it. At Beach, Fl 32034.

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The representation on the
All-Star team is impressive, but
it also shows how much the
league is down this year, says
Suns president Peter Bragan, Jr.
"Each man is deserving to be
honored for their showing in
the first half, but compared to
last year, some would have
had trouble making it with the
competition so hot then," he
Bragan said pitcher Spike
SA. Lundberg was one
example. Though
S Lundberg had fine
stats, his games
were not quite as
good as his
record, 7-1,
2.40 ERA for
13 games.
oM "Spike
some good
games for
us," Bragan
said, "but he
Swas lucky, too.
Those who vote (coaches
and medial are people who
supposedly see all the teams
through the year and are in
the best position to evaluate
who the best are.
"But the league doesn't
always get the best votes.
Some, in fact, a lot of the
coaches, lust might look at the
stats and pick a man without
ever seeing him. Mostly,
though, the votes are accurate
and tell the story."
As usual, Bragan will accom-
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BUYERS MARKET Coastal North Caroli
na 95-100% LTV Financing Call CCL Inc.
Realty (800)682-9951.
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.
VA MOUNTAINS 5 acres with frontage on
very large pristine creek, very private, ex-
cellent fishing, canoeing; good access,
near New River Trail State Park, $39,500.
Owner (866)789-8535 www.mountain-
FREE MARKET Analysis for your home.
Houses are staying on the market longer
because the price isn't right. Get it right
the first time IT'S FREE! Call Richard
Newquist @ 904-422-5091. Coral Shores
Realty. www.LiveAtTheBeach.net.

WNC MOUNTAINS 2 06 Acres wi hard-
wood irees. Financing available only
$31.995 Prvale laKe and river access.
This one con'i lasi call Today j800)699-
1289 or www r.verbendlakelure.com
Equesinran Parcel- 5209.900 8+ Acres- Dir
red Lakelroni $269.900 2* Acres Home.
sile-$119.900 Localed minutes Irom
downtown Jacksonville. FL Private Galed
Communiry Miles ol Bridle Trails, Rec.
Area, Fishing & Boating Call. 18771JRC-
LAND Florida Land & Ranches LLC

ATLANTIC BEACH. 328 101h Sireel
85'x130. Close to Ocean $699000.
Steve M.:Gure. 246-9915.
SAcres 220 waierfront only 1149,900 5.
acres, ocean access only $34 900. Enloy
spectacular 4+ acre oceanlroni parcel w'
over 220 or private shoreline Or relax on
your 5, acre ocean access lot wi deeded
access to gorgeous private sandy beacrh
Surveyed. soi lesed. paved rd in gated
communrry Greal owner financing Call
L&S Realry 12071781-3343 coasialmarne-
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JAX Beacr.. Ocean Cay, 3BR.'2.5BA +loh.
-2500sl. large fenced loi. Slainless sieel
appliances, covered porch, large 2 story
family room Bull in 2000. $544.900. Call
SOUTHSIDE OFF Bellon. Brick home,
3BR 2BA, 1895st. $284.900. Bring all oi-
lers Independenl Brokers 710-3111.
One.bloc.ck ro peach' Gorgeou 'n.ew Jav'
beacn'lownnome, 3BR 3 5BA, 2-car ga.
rage. Must see. View photos at
www lansymoon.com. $539K 571-9821
REDUCED. 4BR,2BA. spill plan. w 2 story
workshop. upgrades Desirable Neptune
Beach neighoornood. Priced under ap-
praised value to sell ai $424 900. Drive by
1525 Forest Ave. Moilvaled seller.
INEPTUNE BEACH great ocean breeze.
2-1,2 biocis Iro.m ocean. 4BR 1 5BA. Po-
lential lor a mother-in-law addition.
1609si.. healed and A/C and 710sl. of
possible lorage. Lot size 8951x114 42.
Reduced price to $499000. Call lor an
appi l9041249-3839 r 1904-434-4431
PONTE VEDRA- Doipr.in Cove. FSBO.
4BR/2BA, 2-car garage, 1800s sq. n. Inte-
rior 8 exterior completely renovated All
new. beautiful yard wiih sprinkler.
S 394 900 219-1276
WATERFRONT TO St Johns-River Cozy
conage, newly remodeled bulkheaded.
Only 3 minutes to Dunns CreeK,
$289 900 Call Vickle Smiin. ERA Trend
Realty 1386)972-6494
ATLANTIC BEACH Townnomes. com-
plelely renovated, new appliances. i-x.
lures, ile, caonels, eic. Convenient to
shopping transportation and enlenain.
Sent 832 846 Cavalla Rd $183.500
Call 563-3615

spacious 4 2, new root, 1800st $359 900 .
327-7449or 607.6143
ATLANTIC BEACH 2BR'1 5BA renovated
townhome. 5-blocks to beach $265,000
FSBO, BEAUTIFUL single family
wbreatn taking view' 2BR'2BA. 1500sl,
Sawgrass. PVB, low pricel $277,500.
(904)371-9088.. .
ig scr lana,. lotally renovaled mncl culrom
cab;nels new appliances. ile Iloors Gal-
ed communry w. pool. $299.900
537-4083.... y
Sluplex, open Iloor plan. screened porch.
lagoon view RV lot lernis. community
pool $33Q.0000 904)535-8960
ATLANTIC BEACH Brand new remod-
eled 2.000 sq h 3BR.2BA. 1.5l.ot. Tin
roof, wood Iloors. much morel $479,000.
349-2332 241-8229
Lane, 4BR,2 5BA, 2400st. home on goll
course w/inground pool, brick, all applian-
ces stay. $459,999 19041838-8937
JAX BEACH, 3BR/2BA, partially furnisrn.
ed, fenced yard, screened-in porch and
deck w/private 'entrance to master bath.
Great investment or starter home.
$275,000. (904)247-8004, 19041635 6943
Oceanironl beacn hideaway, 411 l i SI
S. #401. Gorgeous 2BR/2BA condo. fea-
tures hardwood & travertine flooring, gran-
ite/marble counters, stainless steel appli-
ances, Luxur ous master site W viia spa ,
jacuzz Privale gaies pool plus Peach ac-
cess. Asking $479,900. MLS-286330
Custom built.Key West style 2-story, .1483
Laurel Way. Only 3 years young, over
2100sf, located in hidden paradise, a
marshfront community. First floor master
bedroom suite, master balh wcjacuzzi and
separate shower. Gas fireplace w/gas ap-
pliances, cozy screened porch, custom
draperies, and blinds plus all appliances
convey. Asking $389,900. MLS#290728.
Call Owner/Agent Shirley Lee, Assist 2
Sell, Buyers & Sellers Real Estate.
Cell# 568-6909/ office 247-4442. View
online at: www.jaxbesthomes.com.

FSBO IMMACULATE 4/2/2, 2300sf in
Windsor Chase (Kernan & Beach), built
2003. Hardwood, tile, formal living & din-
ing, eat-in kitchen w/42" maple cabinets,
black appliances,' large master bedroom/
bath, Inside laundry w/cablnets, sprinker/
securitysystem, community pool/play-
ground, $349,000. 2434 Misty Water Drive
E. 894-7058. Brokers welcome.
large corner lot, tile floors, new roof, F/P,
many'upgrades. 992-2249 or 514-7152.

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15 ACRE Fionda ranch esiale. Only
$69.900' Shon drive to tre Gulf ol Mexico
Jusi minutes Irom 1-10 Won't lasil Call
now! 1866)950-5263 Exi 650
access io Nassau River 2 68 acres wigor.
geous view. $268.000. OBO. 241-4876.

BEACH, KERNAN 1.2A residential $1'50K
www 531duval cor 19041 710-2607.
PV FSBO Build your dream home. LasI
1/4 acre ouildable lot east ol A1A
www.realtVcheckoui.com.'104038 or call
MURRAY HILL lot 50'x01', residential.
Green SI. $45K Call 655-3016
LOT- 50'X100' Vilano Bch. $199,000
Grace Ellis, All Pro Realty Speciaslis
655-7923 Icell)
9A and Beach Blvd. naiurai
weilandscreek $170,000 OBO. 241-
ino mountain views lakes, rvers, water.
lais. Homesites standing @ $39,900 Log
home kits @ $39,900 Limiled avadlapiliy.
Call 18881389-3504 X700.

5BR'3BA. 3200sl water to golf views.
$799.000. will co-op 1904)716-9236.
INVESTORS S. Jax Beach. 3BR,2BA,
lenant occupied at $1350imo $285K
FSBO. GOOD Staner Homel 618-1
Dutlon Island Dr. West Atlantic Beach.
3BR/1 5BA. New A/C, root, windows.
doors, and appliances By appoinimenl
only- Call- David. .247-0665- ithor0ne )-
70 233- cell -
large lot. newly remodeled. $287900.
JAX BEACH Beautllul ike new custom
home. 2500sl in real neighborhood.
1136 24Th St. Nonh $439,500. 704-7966
garage, 1550sl. open IIoor plan. 42" Hick-
orv cabinets, granite counter lops. nele
berber carpel bamboo Iloors. $318,000.
3BR2BA nome i duplex. 4 blocks to
ocean $765.000 Call Kathy Tillakos Re-
allor. Vanguard Realty. 1904)465-3053
IC WEST. ofl N Kernan. Mt. Pleasant
SiD. 4122 1850sl, new pain, carpel, Ifle
& more $248,500 318-3719.

LIVE CHEAP at Jax Beach! This 950s1.,
newly redecorated, 2BR/1.5BA lownhome
duplex is only a snor walk to the beach
Ceramic tile Darnrooms and Iloors. plush
carpet in bedrooms, CH&A. range, reing.
eralor, DW, laundry room, balcony, 6'
lenced yard and concrete driveway. Live
in one side and have a $1000 iplusl.'mo
rental income Irom Ihe olner side and
rents are ihe beach are rapidly increasingly
This is a very sound investment lor ihe lu-
lure. Only $349,00011 Similar properties
sell lor $240.000 Per Side, 617 Seventlh
Avenue Soulr. Jacksonville Beach Call
Dan Cantrell al 19041993-1114 or Fax

FSBO ATL BCH 3BR.2 5BA, 2200st.
w. numerous upgrades, 249-0812

3BR,1BA. wood Ilooring and blinds.
screened porcn, lenced yard, eal-in kitch-:
en and large laundry room. close to beach
and park $216.000. 247-9244 or 651-
Help-U-Sell Coastal Realty
STotaill remodeled 4BR.2.5BA. limeslone
lloorlng. staie counlenops, custom cab-
nels and lighling Owned ty professional
kitchen' bal designer GORGEOUSI
Must see' $549.900
TWO 1BR1'BA .tolr Ponie Veara Beacn
Condos. upgrades including grande & rile
Iloors. Replace. custom IIghlng, private
beach access, tennis. Itiness room 1 unil
Currently leased $189.900 & $195,900.
Key West style conage, adorable wai
huge great room, private backyard, great
for entertaining, Low maintenance land-.
scaping. $332,900: Call today for details.
Motivated seller! 2BR/2BA,, downstairs
unit, fireplace, wood'floors, icar garage.
Offered at $154,900.
Dolphin Cove PVB, 3BR/2BA, huge cor-
ner lot, all brick. cul-de-sac; updated tile in
main living area Ready to gol $304,900.
3BR/3BA w/large bonus room, popular
floorplan w/formal living/ dining room, cov-
ered lanai, inground swim spa. Offered at
Beautiful''"under construction" home in
gated community. 4 bedrooms plus bonus
room, large lot, 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 $253,900.
3BR/3BA newly constructed Mercedes
built home. Huge bonus room tool! Land-
scaped yard and a great floor plan. Of-
fered at $375.000.
U graded home in San Pablo Circle,
3BR/2BA home w/spacious master suite.
Fenced back yard, large den, immaculate-
ly maintained. Offered at $328,900.
Call: 904-241-4447

Beaches golf course home, 3 bedroom,
2 bath, steam room, 3975 square feet,
dining room, great room with fireplace,
family room with wood stove, office, open
kitchen, laundry room, enclosed porch,
tile/ wood floors, zoned, central heat- A/C.
Extensive remodeling $330,500 or best
offer. Open house/ Inspection Sat/ Sun,
10 5, Home will be sold Sunday evening

Just 4 blocks.from the ocean. Sold "as Is"
or tear down & use as a lot. $285,000.
Call Mark 591-6976.
FSBO 1YR old 4/2; 2,000sf, 2-car garage,
large lot, off Girvin and Atlantic. $335,000.
1483 Laurel Way
Custom built Key West style 2-story, only
3 years young, over 2100sf, located in hid-
den paradise, a marsh front community.
First floor master bedroom suite, master
bath w/jacuzzi and separate shower. Gas
frplc. w/gas appliances, cozy screened
porch, custom draperies, and blinds plus
all appliances convey. Asking $389,900.
Call Owner/ Agent Shirley Lee, Assist 2
Sell. Buyers & Sellers Real Estate.
Cell# 568-6909/ office 247-4442. View
online at www.jaxbesthomes.com

3'2 in Fddlers Marsh 3020 La Reserve
Drive, 1.359,900 1904)654-21104 Open
House, Saturday. July 8tn 12pm-5pm
3BR FORECLOSURE. only $27.900! Music
sell For.lislings 800-749 8124 exi 1490
S JAX Bea:h 3BR 2BA reci rernoaa-
ed. 1240sf. $349K Call 655-3951.
POOL HOME 3BR' 5BA "As is cond.
tion. 1619 Sunset Drive, Jax Beach.
$275,000 19041 223-3969
L'ATRUM EAST oi AlA, 2BR 2BA, 2car
garage. private backyard rie* pain.'
KiIchen appliances., Ied Inrougnoul.
$297,900 Call 904)273-5236. 1904J607.

2BR 2BA. anached garage, new roof,
corner lo1. community pool, lennis
.REDUCED! $240 000. Available immedi-
alely 1904)703-8380 1423j766-0384
SAN PABLO Creek 3BR2BA. 1438si
fireplace, screened porcn overlooking pre.
serve, rew carpel ano Iiooring 1260,000
1904 859.6981

PABLO BAY- 4,.3,2 2400.1 Immaculate.
2-siory $439.900. candlernomes cor
On lidal creek almost 1 acre loi 2 1 DIock
home w/ibg workshop and yard 1719 Gir-
vin Rd $449.000 IneQolablei 233.1505

has 3BR's 2BA's. Built in 1998. $590,000.
condo, (no stairs). Nice layout, currently
rented till March 2007. Makes great in-
vestment property. $119, 900.
CYPRESS CREEK- 3/2, 2 car gar., across
front Mayport Elem. Freshly painted.
COVE- This 4/2 built in 98' has brand new
kit., new carpet, huge screened in covered
patio w/ Ig yard backs ip to woods. A
steal at. $229,900.
do, lots of amenities. Currently leased
until Sept. 30th. $195,000.
area, 3/2.5 townhome w/ gar., lots of
space. Reduced to $172,000.
ARLINGTON HILLS- Cute 3/2 w/ garage.
Great starter home in nice area. $149,900.
area, 3/2, 2 car gar., vinyl siding, stainless
steel appl., $207,900. "
ASHLEY WOODS-O Like hew 4/2, over
,2000C1i. 3yrs old, $276,000
241-5501 OR 221-1711
*2 Kitchens, I acre $169,000 386-758
9746.. ,
:ICW BEACH Area. Beauillui home. 4 2 2
greal neighborhood. No money do*n and.,
no closing cosli $359,900 Call lor
details Hallmark Realty Group. inc,
720-0045. .
rage $180000 Call 6556168
ATLANTIC BEACH, Corner Plaza and
East Coast Tnree 50x130 planed lois
n'5 unitl Room lor expansion
$2 590,000 Will coop 338.4828
PONTE VEDRA. galed. 3'2 Beaumiul i-
story paiio home. End unit, Ig private yard
glass Florida room gar, upgraded granite
& lie Lo* lees cover pool tennis, sauna.
irrigalion, lawn care Close 10 everyThing
Move- in ready' $326.900. 280-7167
I.C. WEST- Kernan Foresi 2004 exe.-u.
five nome. 5BR'4BA. 2-car, 2 650-3.1
$409,500 Independeni brokers 710-3111

JAX BCH ne* 32 w. garage. $269.900-
consider lease purchase Owner' agenr

PONTE VEORA Bcr condo lor sale by
PABLO BA.'- 4,.35'2, 3400sl l.akeromr owner 3.2 w. garage. lake.' aoltcourse
executive. $589.900 candlernh-mes.com r ew Irom Ig scr lanal. New bain & A'C.
327-0558 conar counters. Irplc.. vaulled ceilings
IFSBcc ..-llna., 1 Po.ln Io ai.nn nr $294.900 273-8172

t- tju^ -v'i'i-iag i g bio. j-, appr>x
1600si. on cul-ae-sac Open lloor
planrsplil bedrooms Large backyard on
12-4pm. Call 705-1911 lor details
4BR. 2BA. 2 car gar. corner 101, circular
driveway Lg open Iront yard, small private
lenced backyard Beauhlul iree shaded
homes close Ito scrihoi.. snoppri.A. beach
rNeEas TLC Prime .:onflion ,450,000
As 5s $350.IO000. 568-1936.

This home features in-ground pool. lose
to beach, A-raled schools on quiet cul de.
sac. 3BR/3BA remodeled oaihs. new 18"
tile thru foyer, dining, kitchen, hail New
carpel in separate den bedrooms. living-
room. Nlew paint inside. 510K below mar-
kel at $349,000 21 Mackeral SI
FSBOi Realtor 838-"'726 Ask aboul Our
unrepresented Buyer Special.

3BRr2 5BA- ar.dwood tile grantle 9 cel-
ings 3 blocks to Peach 904-233-8207.

PVCONDO 1.'1 + LOFT. Call Ricnara
Newquist -, 904-422-5091 or go 10
www.pontevedra iiveanhebeach net
Coral Snores Realty
22.'plus New Lake View www lorsale.
cyownercenter com/44054 $219K.1t727
OCEANI LINKS 2BR.2BA. 1-car garage
Goil course & lake views Updaied, new
pain. now available $235 000. 535-7234
2BR12BA CONDO, 1-mile lo beacr close
io shopping. granite counienops, wood 8
t.ererr Inroughoui. w!marsn view Gaisdo
community including gym. pool, & tennis
Will consider rent to own $1 500 ioWer-
closing cost. Call Ted 1904) 537-7896.
FSBO THE Palms, 3BR/2BA, 1st Floor, All
amenities $225.000. 241-3471
OCEANFRONT 2/2, garage. pool. views
Irom every room. $549,000. Owner, agent
JAX BEACH 2BR/2BA Condo wit-car a'-
rage WID. fully equipped kichren, treshly
paniled $245,000 Call Sean 1904) 994.
4297. -. --
PV BCH 2BRr 2BA, $187,200 Grace Ellis.
All Pro Fealry Specialists 655-7923 (cell)

downtown, pool front, alarm system,
CH/CA, W/D $129,900. 463-3514.
FSBO. 1BR/1BA. Palm at Marsh Landing.
Perfect location, private marsh view. 846'
sq. ft. Newly renovated in 2004. Asking
only $152,000. 476-5280.
JAX BEACH 2BR/2BA condo, rebuilt in
2002. Walk or' bike to Seawalk Pavilion.
Balcony, reserved parking, second floor,
storage unit. East of 3rd. $279,900. 11th
Ave. N. (904)226-2038.
GRAND CAY Villas PVB- 3rd floor 2/2
condo, fireplace, wood, tile, upgrades.
$219,900. 904-881-0470.
All new appliances, W/D. $195,000. (904)
13715 N. Richmond Park Dr. #305 Wind-
sor Pointe, $186,900. 3BR/2BA, 1500sf.
w/garage. Lowest priced condo in Wind-
sor! Beautiful family room, bright kitchen &
convenient inside laundry room, gorgeous
master suite w/walk-in closet & private
bath! Call Assist 2 Sell Buyers &Sellers
Real Estate. 247-4442 or view online @

Designer furnished, 2 master suites, spiral
staircase to the loft, 1400sf. Private wood-
ed views, amenities galore, $299,900. Call
2 BLOCKS to ocean 2BR/2BA new con-
dlos. $279,900, O*nei Aogeri 463-7343
Priced to.sell at$205,000. Call Kathy Tlia-
kos, Van Guard Realty. 465-3053.
JAX BEACH 2BR/2B\ ground level con-
do wg arage in a galed reireai and close
10 every.inanr. Onderz 3 nice iioor plan.
neural decor" InroughoIl. all kicnen app!i.
anr.es are a year old $204 900 285-3014
ihe sireel Iror Ine eaacn 1sarling ai
49E9K Readv 2008. Call Rene L. Baron
Inc 242-2821
GRAND CAi 1BRO1BA 1st floor uni
$ 143,001). Call 543-0250. .
THE PALMS at Marsh Landing. 1,'1 w.' ga-
iage. 1st Iloor marsh view $159.900
Owner 0iil coop 2 5' Call Lidlya

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Completely remodeled home. You will fall
in LOVE with this 28 X 56 Redman 3/2
MH on 1 acre in Melrose, Florida. Only
$89,900. Call to see home or pictures on
the Internet. 352-475-2283.
DOUBLE WIDE in park near beaches.
Built-in 2000. $39,900. 614-6875.
ATLANTIC BEACH. Like new, large,
3BR/2BA single, 1215sf, w/carport, deck,
all GE kitchen, CH&A, washer/dryer, new
carpet. Many upgrades. Financing availa-
ble. Rebecca, 246-7684.
PALM HARBOR Homes, factory model
center largest In America! Modular and
manufactured. Liquidation .sale! Call for
free color brochures. (800)622-2832.
PORTSIDE 2BR/1.5BA remodeled, lami-
nate floors, all appliances, custom deck
and shed. Call 762-1776.

OFFICE CONDO: 1000sf, excellent loca-
tion, 1401 Penman Rd. $269,900. Call

924Belleza : Ponte Vedra 1/1 934
72 The Fountain; Ponte Vedra 2/2 1260
1216 Belleza Ponte edra 2/2 1112
133 Bmuiru Cort Ponie Vedra '2/2 1200
925 Ocean Links :. PonteVedra' 2/21 1150
825 Ocean Link, Ponte Vedra 2/2 ; 1150
534 Ocean Links PonteVedra. 2/2 ': 1150
215 Cranes Lake ; Ponte \edra 2/2 / 1200
2 The Fountains Ponle %edra .. 3/2.5 1510
S 11 Ocean Links PonteVedra 3/2- '1600
2SOb St. Marc Cour Ponie Vedra/L'Anrium 2/2t-en 1600'
371 19th Stree Atlantic Beach 3/2 + loft 2150
228 Tarrasa Dnoe Jav'Pablo Poini 3/2 2001i1)
337 Charlemagne PV/Fiddler's Marsh 3/2 1650
106 Bermuda Ba\ Ponte Vedra 3/2 1700
n033 Bndge.-ater Circle Ponrk \edra/SaxgrassJTPC3/2.5. 2000
3343 Lighthou-e P,.-.nre Lane Jax Beach 3/3 21-144
2001 Wmndjammer Ln South Ponte Vedra 3/3.5 + ofc 3009
105 Camino Trail Ponte \edra/Saugras TPC 3/2 5 2350
13 Players Club Vila Ponte Vcdra/Sat~gras TPC 3/3 2200
144 Shelb\ Cove Court Ponte Vedra/Marsh Cove 4/2.5 2000
211: .zXlzj P.:..r. Dnve South Ponre edra/Fairfield 4'2 2300
.632B uA Pontelj. iedra/Saigrad. TPC4-i5 3000
117 Deer Coe' ine, PFonit Ve4lr ilMarih Lvindlg 4/2 5 2i00
"9910 Preston Trail P.:oe Vedra/S gTass CC .3/2 5 2900
1-14 Metnopolitan Ja\ Beach 3/2 1799
X0b hiMtrop.ollrn 1i\ Beach 3/2 1756
70 Beach Cortage Lane Adantic Beach 4/4 2800
r.2S Preser.e Vine DMite Palm Valley/Marsh Harbor 44+bonusrm3100
408 Berkman Plaza la.x,/Do niown RverfronL2/2+lbft 2100
'4. S,:,,h P,-a.. \kelrj Bld South Ponte Vedra 3/2.5 3500
131 67 Highlnid Glern \Wv S Jax/Highland Glen 5/5+bonu srm 3879'
aniNij MMeI D!10

$1100 16 Fisherman Cove
I 1100/v\ k49 Ttion \Va North
$1200/r k 75 Tltion \\a\ North
$1200/v k 21 Little Ba\ Harbor
$1300/M k 17" Ave. North \/pool
$1500/wk Beach Club villas
$1600/"vk 2839 S. Ponie Vedra
$17700 :741 Spirmakers Reach
$1700: 743 Spinnikers Reach
$1SOO/ k 2503 S. Ponte Vedra
$1 800/ k The Retreat
$2000- \i ra Del Mar
$22i00 Quail Point U
$2400 3494 Coastal Hay
52400 444 La Reserve Circle
52500 92 Tifion Wa\ North
$2500 117 Deer Cove Dnie
$2500/wk 728 Oceanront
4260i0 .26 Spinnakers Reach
$27()00/ k 224 Coastal Hwy
$3000. Walkers Ridge/Pool
541100 '408 Berkmaan Plaza
$5500, 1'31 Beach Ae\ 3Ito mi

Sawgrass Country Club 2/2 1450
Sawgrass Country Club 2/2.5 1500
Sawgrass Countr. Club 2/2/den 1500
Sa, gras Country Club 2/2' 2100)
I Jax Beach .- 3/1.5 1500
Sawgrass Beach Club Eff. 600
S. Poone Vedra 3/1.5 1500
Sawgrass Beach Club .1/1 .' 700
Sawgrass Beach Club 1/1 700
S. Ponte Vedra '3/2.5 2100
Ponte Vedra/Oceanfront 2/2 1600
Ja. Beach/Oceans.de 3/2 1700
:Sa grass Count Club 2/2 1800
Vilano Beach 3/2; 1600
Ponte Vedra/L'Atrium' 2/2+office 1600
Sawgrass.Country Club 3/2 1900
Porie Vedra/Marsh Landing 4/2.5 2000
Neptune Beach/Oceanfront 3/2 5 i t.p nr, 2600
Sawgrass/Beach Club 1/1.5 1100
Vilano Beach/Oceanfront 6/4 ,4000
Sawgrass Country Club 3/2 2100:
JLi/Downiown PRierfront 2/2+lof 2100
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Unfuirished Homes L'atrium PV 2BR/2BA home w/new Unmnrnished Condos
SMarsh View SPY 4BR/4BA. Ocean carpet ard tile, fireplace, 2 car garage. Summerhouse PV
Views, all upgraded. $2200/mo.. $1300/mo. Newly renovated, new carpet, baths, kitchen,
% 4BR/4BA Townhouse w/elevator, 2800 Sea Hawk PV 2BR/2BA.Unit in great tile, fireplace, walk to shops, great amenities. ,
Ssqft, beach access, attached garage. condition, all appliances, club pool and 2BR/2BA, 2nd floor. $1195mo. '
S $2200/mo. tennis. $1295/mo. 2BR/2BA, furnished. $1495/mo.
Fairfield PV 3BR/2.5BA, two story Las Palmas PV 3BR/2BA duplex Palms at Marsh Landing JB -
home w/screened porch on water, 2 car w/new carpet, new kitchen, garage, fresh Screened porch, tile floors
Garage. $1950/mo. paint. $1200/mo. 2BR/2BA. Ground floor. $995/mo.
SSolao Cay PV 4BR/2.5BA, two story Funmished Homes 2BR/2BA. 2nd floor, top unit, vaulted
home w/spacious floor plan, patio, comm. Villages of Vilano SPV 2BR 2BA, ceilings. $1100/mo.
pool. $1700/mo. oceanfront condo, wood floors, upgrades, Villas at Marsh Landing.- JB
, Dolphin Cove PV 4BR/2BA. Home w/ garage, amenities. Fireplace, screened porch, garage
Small new interior, tile floors, garage; fenced '$1700/mo. 2BR/2BA, 1st floor, wood floors. $1100/mo.
$ backyard. $1600/mo. Intracoastal West Ocean Links PV
Seaside PV 3BR/2BA, home Wolf Creek Hodges 2BR/2.5BA brand Screened porch, fireplace, amenities I
w/sunroom, private backyard, patio, new townhouse, screened porch, preserve 2BR/2BA, ground floor. $1100/mo.
comm. pool. $1500/mo. views, amenities. $1095/mo.
SBeach Walk SPV 2BR/2BA, home has Point Meadows (ate Pkwy 3BR/2BA
screened porch, wood deck on lagoon,.bch 4th floor w/elevator, all appliances, fitness REMAX COASTAL REAL ESTATE
access. $1500/mo center, club pool. $1200/mo. r Shannon Smith
1(904) 285-5640
Penman Road NB 3BR/2BA home w/ Pablo Point San Pablo 3BR/2BA home www.rentthebeaches.com
'screened porch, fenced backyard, large lot. on large lot, tile floors, fenced backyard,
S$1300/mo. two car garage. $1500/mo.

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The Beaches Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader

RETAIL SPACE for rent. 1000sf. on Pen-
man Rd. In Jax Beach. Call for details
PROPERTY FOR Sale..331 4th Ave. S.
Jax Beach, Florida. 221-1565.

2BR/2BA, living room and den, balcony,
fantastic ocean.views, laundry room, re-
served parking. $1200/mo. Ocean Front
Apts, 801 1st Street South. 993-2555.

ATLANTIC BEACH Lg 1 & 2BR Apt., dish-
washer, pool, near stores and bus.
$560/mo & up, + deposit, no pets, nice
place to live, 246-8537.
S* *
JAX BEACH Apartment, 2BR/1BA. Newly
renovated. Washer/dryer. Quiet area.
$850/mo+ deposit. 201 North 9th St.
246-9162, ext. #0.
2/1 townhouse, W/D included, CH/A, ce-
ramic tile, approx. 900sf. 404 13th Ave S.,
Jax Bch. No pets. $900/mo, $900/sec..
dep. (904)343-9908.
JAX, BEACH. Brand New 2BR/2BA,
washer/dryer, pets OK. .$1200/mo.
JAX BEACH. Premium Oceanview..
Renovated. Hardwood floors, Dishwasher,
CH&A. 1BR/1BA, $700/mo., $800/mo,'
$850/mo: (904)859-1301, 553-1354;

LUXURIOUS Pelican Point. 2BR/2BA,
available now. $1700-$2600/mo. 3 month
minimum rental (904)241-7206.
NEPTUNE BCH, near ocean Clean, nice
1BR apt w,' garden alnum. $750/mo.
Avail soon spacious 2BR. 247-1417.
3BR/2BA TOWNHOME- 80 West 13th SI.
Atlantic Beach, $900/mo 370-0042.
JAX BEACH. Beautiful, 2BR/2BA,
4 blocks to ocean. fireplace, WDHU.
$1025/mo 19041742-6423
2BR/I 5BA townhome. All Bch, CH&A,
washer/ dryer/ micro included. $1000/mo.
sec. deposit, $1000/mo. rent No pels,
walk lo beach/ town center. Close to base
& bus line Peneci for military. Call
PV TOWNHOME on, lake, 2BR/2.5BA,
ready now. $1000/mo. +dep. 699-7757.
LARGE EFFICIENCY Apanment, excel.
lent location, 2 blocks to Ocean, very
clean. No pets $575/mo 642-1214 or
JAXI BEACH. Oceans Edge New Condo.
1BR/1BA. $1200/mo. Flexible terms. Own-
er/ Realtor. June Pettit. Magnolia Proper-
lies. 994-3608.
NEAR PONTE vedra 1 block to beach
quiel area, 2/1. Iront apartment. CH&A,
washer dryer included, $895/mo.. lease
deposit. 993-1118.
2BR/2BA patio home Neptune Beach, Ile
floors. indoor storage room, large land-
scaped patio, dishwasher, WDHU. re-
served parking. $1150/mo 993-2555
" LARGE 1IBEDROOM. Jax Beach, 1 1'2
S blocks to ocean CH!CA, real nice Call
S 1 BR, large patio, ceramic Ile, W/D. walk-
S in closet, reserved parking. $875.'mo
Ocean View. 160 71h Ave. N. 993-2555
www BeacnesApartments com
SHADY PORCH- Allantic Beach
2BR/1.5BA Townhouse $925/mo. Lawn
care pest control included. Small pets
considered 1904)242-0257
JAX BEACH. 4 Blocks to Ocean.
IBR/1BA Apanment. $550/mo 220 41h
Street So (9041891-0606. (352)478-2161
CHARMING BEACH living, large
1BR/1BA. CHCA WDH. IMle, berber car-
per. fenced yard, garage all new. per okiay
w.'deposit. $895.mo depositi 838 8725,',

S. JAX BCH 2 & 3 BR
CH!A, WDHU East of 1st St $795-
$1195,mo. 4151 Tradewinds. 4 BR waler
lron $1500/mo 241-7368. 733-3730
house 1 mile west ol Maypon terry.
Heckscher Drive $1195/mo. 733-3730,
MOBILE HOMES $500 to 5550. on pri-
vale lots. Near Mayport Naval Slalton, no
dogs. 333-5579
BEAUTIFUL 2BR.2 5BA Townhouse. 6
S blocks to beach fireplace WDHU, ga.
rage, $1300,mo 19041742-6423.
LARGE 1 bedroom Excellent location. 2
blocks to ocean. Very clean No Pels
$675:mo. 642-1214 and 241-1219
S 2BR'2BA. CH&A. fenced bacKyard 1278
SWonderwood Dr. 5790/mo. $700idep.
280-2728, leave message.
PONTE VEDRA, Newly Renovated, re-
son atmosphere. 2-story. 1BR/1BA, end
unit, washer/dryer included $925/mo.
OCEANFRONT 1BR.' IBA. 108 orange St.
Nep Bch. downstairs. 51200'mo incl. ulil
avail 8/1 (664)803-6275.
1 BEDROOM apanment, walk to beach.
west ol 3rd street. No peis, $575.mo +de-
posil 242-0189. 616-6227.

JAX BEACH- 3BRi2BA beach house 111
91n Ave So across from each
JAX BEACH townhome, 2BR,1.5BA.
WDHU. Ille floors Inroughout, fenced yard,
ptels OK w,'deposir. $1070/mo.. includes
awn maintenance, 887 81h Ave. Soulh.
PVB. 3BR/2BA home, close Io beach.
comm pool. 2-car garage 1-450/mo
BEAUTIFUL 3BR.2BA home w.2 car ga-
rage in Cypress Cove Overlooks the
Marsh and Intracoaslal. spectacular sun-
ser views. 1244sf. $1300'mo., Call
VILLAGES OF Pablo 4,.2. 2400sf.. FR.
DR office. sunroom $1600,'mo Avail. 7'1.
TDO Mgmnr. 246-1125
conv to 3BR)'2BA 51550'mo. Ask about
8/1 occ. incentive 993-3658
WEST BEACHES- 2BR/2BA. garage, at-
rum, newly remodeled, new appliances
Available July. Credit or landlord referen-
ces $975'mo + security dep 403-3831
PABLO BAY- 4/3/2, 2400sf. Immaculate,
2-story. $2250/mo.. candlerhomes.com.
w/garage. $1250'mo Avail 8,1'06 Call
655-2207, visit: www 569 cjb net
PVB EAST of A1A. 3BR/2.5BA. Private
ard w/heated pool and spa. Walk to the
each; $2,150./mo. 280-5707.
JAX BEACH 1222 N. 21st St. 3BR/2BA
new floors, new paint, dishwasher, CH/A,
fireplace, screened patio, courtyard, 2-car
garage, nice neighborhood. $1,400./mo.,
Call 249-0773.
ATLANTIC BEACH, 2 story, 3/2, Joft, BR,
cath: ceilings; carpet, ceramic tile. b'fast
bar, screened back porch. 51200'mo.
TDO Management. 246-1125.
1500sq, newly remodeled, 5 blocks to
beach. $1700/mo. 535-0032:,
PABLO BAY- 4/3.5/2, 3400sf., lakefront
executive. $3,000/mo. candleriomes.com
2BR/1.5BA, fireplace, 2, patios, garage,
ceramic tile first floor, new barber second
floor. 683 Sturdivant Ave. $1,200/mo.
PONTE VEDRA/ Palm Valley, beautiful,
large, private, 3BR/2BA, 2-car garage,
w/many amnenitles. $1500/mo. 860-1690.

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THE WOODS, 4/2. 2500sl. cul-de-0sac,
sunrbom, LR/ DR, EIK. $1700/mo TDO
Mgmnt. 246-1125. tdorealestate.com
Gated community, fitness center, W/D,
lawn & pool service included. $2,900/mo.
IMMACULATE 3/1, 3612 Claridge Rd. E.,
Jax Beach, 32250. Privacy fence, beauti-
fully landscaped, W/D, alarm syst.,
$900/mo + deposit. 465-0705.
PVB 3BR/2BA, 1-car garage,. 1,300 sf
fenced-in yard. $1300/mo.273-0999.
KENSINGTON 3/BR/2BA, fireplace, com-
munity pool, close to shopping. No Pets.
1704 Wildwood Creek Lane. $1,100/mo. +
deposit. 246-6976.
W'BEACHES, .3/2, LR/ DR combo,.,fire-
place, EIK, split BR's, patio, cath. ceilings.
$1100/mo. TDO Mgmt. Svc. 246-1125.
15 SANDRA Dr., 4 blocks to beach,
4BR/2BA. $1245/mo. +security deposit.
rage, screened porch', fireplace.
$1,200/mo.+$1,200dep. Call 246-1206.
NEPTUNE BEACH, large 4BR/2BA, dou-
ble garage, near beach. Must Seel
$1900/mo. (904)993-8148.
ATLANTIC BCH 3/2 walk to Beach and
park, large private fenced back yard,
$1325/mo. Available immediately. Call
PVB 3BR/2.5BA, 2-car garage. deck, Ja.
cuzzi, "on lake; community pool
$1,600/mo. + deposil. 242-2534, 333-
4BR/2BA, immaculate home, lawn and
pesl control included. lull use of immeni-
ties 51475.'mo. *1475.sec. deposit. Call

3/2 house. Cypress Cove $995/mo.
Avail. 7/3.
4/2,1 car garage. avail 8/15. $1300/mo.
3'2 cul-de-sac, 51250'mo.
3/2, avail. 7R15, $1150mo.
4/2, 2 car gar avail. 7/15, $1295/mo.
.4/2, ol Kernan, avail, now. $1295/mo
3.2, 2 car gar., avail now. S1095imo.
S3BR 2BA. 2 cargarage, $495/mo.
3/2 $1395/mo.
3/2. 2 car garage. $1395'mo
3BR 2BA, 2 car garage, $1395/mo.
4r2, $1425/mo.
3/2 $1200/mo
4/2. 2 car garage, 51495/mo.
Brand new condos
3BR 2BA $950'mo & $975/mo.
312. $1295/mo.
Brand new 2'2.5. 1 car gar. condo,
3BR 2.5BA condo. 1 car gar., $1100/mo.
2/2. 1133sf. ready now! $950/mo
3'2. 2 car garage. avail 8/15. $1195!mo
312 5 2 car gar, brand new lo*nnome.
4/3. $1500,mo
.,~QA L~ ,AMMOCK .
4'3, 2 car garge200sf, $5100 iOmo
241-5501 OR 221-1711.
4BR'2BA, oak Iloors, rear deck w/hot lub.
t350imo 813-5315.
ICW 3BR/2BA. 2 car garage $1250/mo
No smoking. Call 613-1595.
JAX BCH. 3BR/2BA in Riptide. All applian-
ces. Fenced. Pets OK. 51600.mo +dep.
Available July. 424-8217
bedrooms. Sunroom, lenced, walk lo
school. Avail 8/1 $1550,mo 339-1384

PVB LAKEVIEW 1BR/1BA. Iplc.. 1-car
gar, Iree cable, comm. pool. $850/mo.
(option to buy) 545-3156.
PVB 2BRi2BA Condo, Unil 107, galed.
lanal fireplace top floor, premo pool.' lake
view, adjacent clubhouse, newly renoval-
ed. beach access, Reson amenities, A1A
next o TPC. convenient JTB. nght price
$1150/mo FRBO 338-4137
OCEAN FRONT Jax Beach. 1,1 no pets.
no smoking, completely furnished,

ATLANTIC BCH. min. 3mo. lease, ocean-
iront, sleeps 4 $1500/mo (952)471-9667
OCEAN FRONT- 1 bedroom Penthouse,
Jax Beach. pool. $1550 Lease, magical.
Iloor new carpel, apple, W/D, Irplc Avail
now. $995'mo 403-1998.
1BR,1BA, THE Grand Reserve, goll
course view Close to UNF and Beaches
Swimming pool, hot rub. gym. volleyball &
tennis count. Washer & Dryer included
$850/mo.. lyr lease. Call Jonathan 904-,
219-6313. 1 .
22 SEAWINDS Lane PVB Excellenl condi-
tion townhome 3BR,.2BA, $1500'mo
longlerm (404)964-2741.
JAX BCH new 3/2 w/ garage, consider
lease purchase, S1400imo. 463-7343
ICW- GRAND Reserve @ Windsor Park
Golf. 2BR'2BA. former model, nuge clos-
ets, hardwood granite tile, W/D. and ga-
rage 904-536-1170. $1100/mo
PVB 2BR 2.5BA townhome, lakefront,
pool. tennis courts. $1200'mo. 707-4847.
ATL BCH 2BR2BA. sleps to beach,
$1200'mo. Pets oK 904-415-1576.
BETWEEN UNF and Beaches- Spacious
2/2 condo, vaulted ceilings overlooking
quiet preserve, pool/ gym. W.'D in unit.
$1100,mo. 904-962-0183
1BR.1BA FURNISHED. on lake. 1 mile
beach near shopping' dining. Amenities.
club house pool, gym, tennis. Will consid-
er rent to own. Call Maryanne 904-537-
6161 or 850-769-6641.

5-star,' newly renovated, new appliances.
washeridryer, fireplace, golf course view,
Beach access. $1100/mo. Including water.
Villages of Solano, gated community, fully
renovated, 3BR/2.5BA; garage, full ameni-
ties, 891-2324.
PVB CONDO 2BR/2BA on lake. Screened
room, remodeled, new appliances.
$1,100/mo. 234-4939.
PONTE VEDRA. Gated comm. 2/2, super
amenities. No smoking, $1100/mo.
unit, flat style, fully remodeled, 5 star,
community.: $1875 mo Call Kirk
(904)463-1131 Owner. Broker
vaulted ceiling, beautiful tile. Bright, open
floor plan. No dogs. $1700/mo.
(404)325-0820, (404)784-6601.,
1BR/1BA CONDO at The Palms At Marsh
Landing. Features Vaulted ceilings, tile
floors, washer/ dryer included Great
amenities including two pools, fitness
center and guarded gate. $900/mo. Call
Steve 678-522-3600.

1ST FLOOR, end unit, 2/2,all new applian-
ces. Totally renovated, 5 star resort. No
smoking, $999/mo. Call 349-7988. Owner
'licensed agent.
PVB, 1BR/1BA. Elegantly furnished. Steps
to Ocean. Garage, $1600/mo. 708-4022.
OCEANFRONT- JAX Bch, 2/2, furnished,
beautiful views. 5th Floor. $1,950/mo.
imo. minimum 571-6678..
2/2 CONDO, 221 S 6th Ave., JB, Unit B,
$1000/mo. 705-4027 Owner/ realtor.
floor, river view, 1BR 1BA, furnished,
$1850/mo. 993-8877.
2BR/2BA CONDO at The Palms of Marsh
Landing, lots of amenities, W/D, lakeview,
1st floor. $1425/mo. $200 off first month
rent. (904)553-2161.
PVB CONDO- beautifully renovated 2/2,
new appliances, wood floors, fireplace,
w/d, beach access, 5 star amenities,
$1000/mo. (Long Term), 386-837-2799,
PVB GRAND Cay Villas, 1BR+ large den/
guest room. Beautiful forest view, vaulted
ceilings, fans every room. Fireplace, W/d.
Gated, pool, hot tub, amenities. $950/mo.
garage (avail), (904)940-7854.
SOUTHSIDE BISHOP Court Condo's. 1/1,
W/D included, 2 pools, gym, gated, close
to UNF. $900/mo. (727)735-5959.

homes Weekly.monlnly /Visit us at
jaxbeachrenial com or 535-3911 or
OCEANFRONT,; 1BR furnished condos,
weekly or monthly. (904)463-7343.
ATL BCH 3BR house. beaulilully furnish-
ed, walk to ocean, $1650'mo. 993-3226
S. JAX Bch 2BR, luily lurnisned, ocean-
front condo: Monthly/ Weekly. 241-0267.
www renllacksonvilleDeach.com .
4BR-4BA, weekiv moninly, yearly. Call

Luxury furnished 1 & 2 Bedroom Suites
High Quality King Beds
Equipped Kitchens
2nd Sirepe & 51n Ave South

WASHER DRYER, Cable, rinernet Utilit-
ies included Pool. $120'wk. 994-0943
ROOMMATE. SHARE House. $500'mo
includes utilities 3 miles to Beacn. Call
PONTE VEDRA pool home Ouiel profes-
sional seeking roommate to share
3BR'3BA nome Refs required $450-
$650'mo 1st +secunry 838.7726.
ROOM FOR Rent. 1 mile io beach.
$525.mo ncl all Irsi & lasl 314.4478
lees and illlllles Exclusive Miravisla,
gaied. pool, ho t uo, health club, water.
Iront w'marina vie&. Room nas own bath.
room brand new large unit, 2700st
i904 463-2845

ROOM FOR RENT Neplune Beach $525
plus deposit and share utilities. 521-8473.
ATL BEACH room a barn utilies includ-
ed washer, dryer $550,'mo deposit
249-6221, 868-5208.

Therapy once Sarn Marco area 5350-mo.
Call Trish al -163-0222
FOR SALE, 1330sl ohlce building
& 1610sl. ohice building, at beaches
pIPROFESSiOriAL OFFICE space w.recep-
iton area on Beacn Blvad 375.'mo. in-
cludes unlites lanitoral, high speed inier.
net 465-2505

3750sr mulli-purpose building
Can De diided, Call ior
343-1919, 249-3214.
Great office building, plenty or p
rwo lots 3450s. 993-4011

BOXER MIXED. neutered. dog and cnild
Iriendly, lenced yard. 607-2124
PET SITTING. in your home Dog walking
Responsible. malure Call Kitty, 874-6062
FREE 9 week old labby kinen to good
home. Call Kaie at 708-5299
BIG BEAUTIFUL black & wnhie tuxedo cal,
male. declawed neutered 7 8 yrs old
Free only Io a loving home. 2737864
ONE YEAR old Weimaraner' American
Bull mix, male, neutered, all shots up to
dale Beauiual friendly family pel loves to
play 249-6439

ROTTWEILER. 13 weeks, all snots 5200
Call 821-8499 or 735-7495.
PAPILLON PUPPIES- excellent nomres
Only lullgrowan weight 5c0s. $800
MALE KITTENS- Adorable 12week old
boys need to ie adopted. Have current
shois and are neutered Adoplion lee
and appiication approval required Call

HOMELESS PETS lor adoption. Cats &
dogs 246-3600

IF YOU are interested in advensing under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or
email classilied'@beachesleader com

DIVORCE 52755350 Covers children.
etc. Only one signature required' Excludes
govt. fees Call weekdays 1800462-2000
ext.600. (8am-7pmA Alsa Divorce. LLC
Established 1977.
ARRESTED?. ACCUSED? Accident vic-
tim? Hurt? Talk to a lawyer Now. Call 24
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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 con-
sisting of clothing, personal items and
household goods of:
Angela D. Walker, Atlantic Beach, B241,
5x10, furniture, misc. boxes. '
Floyd Husted, Atlantic Beach, B219,
10x10, misc. boxes, tools.
DanielSilva, Atlantic Beach, C335, 10x10,
misc. boxes, guitars.
Starra F. Rossiter, Atlantic Beach, D453,
5x5, misc. boxes, computer, printer.
Drue E. Miller, Atlantic Beach, C373,
10x20, clothing.
Barbara Crist, Jacksonville, C392, 10x15,
household goods, misc. boxes.
Will be sold or otherwise disposed of at
10:00 AM, Saturday, July 15th, 2006 to
satisfy lien(s) for past due rent(s) cost and
fees. Disposition will take place at: Pan
Am Mini Storage, 2383 Mayport Rd., At-
lantic Beach, FL 32233. Pan Am Mini
Storage reserves the right to reject any
and all bids and establish minimum bids to
compensate for all costs.
BL 6/28, 7/5/06


Notice is herebygiven that a regular meet-
ing of the City Council of the City of Nep-
tune Beach, Florida, will be held on Mon-
day, July 10, 2006, at 7:00 p.m., In the
City Hall Council Chambers, 116 First
Street, Neptune Beach, Florida.
If a person decides to appeal any decision
made by the City Council with respect to
any matter considered at any meeting,
such person may need a record of the
proceedings, and, for such purpose, such
person may need to ensure that a verba-
tim record of the proceedings is made,
which record includes the testimony and
evidence upon which the appeal is to be
In accordance with the Americans With
Disabilities Act and Section 286.26, Floi-
da Statute, persons with disabilities need-
ing special accommodation to participate
in this meeting should contact the City
Clerk's Office no later than 5:00 P.M., the
day of the meeting.
Lisa Volpe, CMC
City Clerk
BL 7/5/06

ATTEND. COLLEGE online from home.
Medical, Business, Paralegal, Computers,
Criminal-Justice. Job 'placement assis-
tance. Computer provided Financial aid if
qualified. k866)858-2212 www OnlineTide-
HEAVY EOUIPMENT Operalor training for
employment: Bulldozers. Backhoes, Load-
ers. Dump Trucks, Graders, Scrapers, Ex-
cavators: Nal,onal Cenilicalion. Job Place-
ment Assistance, Associated Training
Services (800)251-3274 www.equipmenl-
school.com. .
IF YOU are inlerested in advenising under
Inis category please call 904-249-9033 or
e-mail classled' obeachesleader.com
your driving career Offering courses in
CDL A. One luillon feel Many payment op-
.Ionsl No registration leer (888)808-5947
inlo @ americasdrivingacademy.com.

All levels, styles & ages. Will come to your
home. Piano Tuning also available.
241.4954 655-3300
HEAVY EQUIPMENT Operator Ceninled
Hands on Training Job Placemenl Assis-
lance Call Toll Free (866)933-1575. As-
socialpd Training Services. 5177 Homo.,
sassa Irail. Lecanlo. Florida. 34461
www alsllorida com.

LOOKING FOR applicant w/posimve atti-
iude for early evenings and weekends in
PV orice. Contacl Beverly 273-4300.
HOUR. Clientele provided. Mgt. oppor-
tunity, benefits. Supercuts, AIA & But-
ler Blvd. 273-2888.
LMT NEEDED parl-lime for busy chiro of-
lice NMT training a music Clinic exp pre-
terred Fax resume lo 904-645-3483.

needed by small Beaches manufacturing
co 20-30 nours per week. M-F.. Flexible
schedule, skills in Peacnlree, Excel and
Windows a plus. Accounting & budgeling
experience needed Call 249-3545 or tax
resume to 249-1120. or e-mail
precision @allvanlage.com
City ol Allartic Beach, $9.64inr.: No bene-
fits Needed lor Allantic Beach Elementa-
ry School (Semnole Rd. crossing from
approx. 7-45-9am & 2.30-3-30pm on
school days. Approx stan date 8/04/06
Must complete training & cenificarion
course. Applications accepted until
07 19.06 800 Seminole Ra Atlantic
Beach FL' 321233.Fdr- more :1hlloall
1904)247-5820 or c,-it'www.coab.us Nb'
smokers' looacco users. Drug listing con-
ducted. EOE.

SOUTH JAX Beach Commercial Insur-
gB ance Agency seeks PiT Clerical nelp
Clerical experience preferred Iniially
acn New. 20hrs per weeK. Excellent pay and work
Tor lease environment If hours grow excellent Den-
delails,, els will apply Fax resume to 241-5557.
rida Blvd St. Margarels Episcopal Church Green
parking on Cove Sprngs. 19041284.1808

Beaches location. 20-30hrs. per week.
Flexible schedule. Must be proficient in
OuickBooks and Excel, and have
Accounting/ Budgeting experience.
Please call 241-6008 or fax resume to
NEED SHADOW' to assisl lnrst grade
student witn school work and activities at
small. private Jax Bch school ideally
Monday- Friday 8 30am-12noon (Oppor-
tundies at other limes also available.)
Email resume'
Dan'' mulilamlybrokers com
ABSENT ANSWER is looking for happy
people to work PT shifts, evenings &
weekends Will train Great pay Call today
, ,, .* .
VENUS Call Cenler is looking for Order
Eniry Reps to lake incoming calls from
our customers ordering Irom our catalogs.
Exceileni communications skills/ keyboard
skills as well as a background in customer
service is required. Day & Nigrnl part-lime
snils available Class starts August 1.
2006 lor two weeks. Paid Iraining is from
4pm-tlpm Monday -Friday Call our lob
line for immediate consideration
645-6000 prompt 2 EOE
WE NEED ironing done weekly Call
543-0256 lor details
AIDE P.T Busy orthopedic clinic Experi
enrce preferred. but not required Flexible
hours. Rale depends on experience. Fax
resume to 1904)285-4663.

Van/Minibus dealership. Looking for P/T
Summer nelp CDL required. Clean driving
record Inquire: 58 West 91n Street Allan.
tc Beach. or call 241-6004.

dinator- Tired of spending gas money to
get to the city? Looking for smaller office
setting w/great benefits including profit
sharing' Atlantic Beach office Minimum 3
yrs. AR. 2 yrs A/P, 3yrs customer serv-
ice. Computer iniernel lilerate. Financing/
title work/ Quickbooks experience a plus.
www.transitplus.com. Smoke free office.
Fax resume 221-2705. Specify position
desired on fax.
Reps. &/or Sales Managers for restaurant
placed display ads. Up to 50% colrmis-
sion, gas/cell allowance. Quality telemar-
keting leads provided. Some travel. (800)
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.
MANAGER in holistic, intemal medical of-
fice. Full /part time secretarial, clerical,
and support of M.D a unique setting. Ex-
perience required in answering phones,
computers, communications and public-re-
lations. Must be enthusiastic, dependable,
consistent, and an excellent match. Fax
resume with references; no phone calls
please. Persephone Healing Arts Center,
FAX: (904)246-3778.

Is growing. Have basic home repair skills,
tools, transportation & a smile? Call
221-3453. Good $$. PIT, F/T.

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Full-Time. 3pm-11pm at a premier relire.
menl community Some weekends and
holidays Excellenl beneris and greal
work environment Applications available
at Fleet Landing Security Gate One Fleet
Landing Blvd Atlanlic Beach, FL 32233.
Fax to 904-246-9447: email to
obs@fleetlanding.com EOE' Drugt-ree
Clerk salary open. needed immediately.
249-3862 call lor an apple.
COUNTER HELP, Ponle Vedra area.
FT.PT. Call 285-5644.
BEACHES CAR Wash. lull time help
needed Wages negotiable+ lips. Benefits
Avail Apply in person, 1401 Beach Blvd.
ATLANTIC Beacn van, miniDus dealership
seeking sell-morivaled individualss High
year end; computer' Iniernel lierate:
clean driving record Draw vs Cpmmis-
sion. Excellent enehlis lo include profit
sharing CDL license preferred. ut will
Irain www.transitplus.com Fax resume:
221-2705 Specify posilton desired on fax.

THE PIE HOLE serves breakfast, lunch
and pizza Now niring store manager
waie staff and cooks lor local Mayporl
Cale. Apply within 1487-9 Mayport Rd.

Some hands on experience with tools re-
quired.. Ability to problem solve on the lob
Work independently wllh lile to no super-
vision. People onenied. Paid training Ve-
hicles and tools provided. Earning polen-
tial 50K based on skill and quality. Medical
benefits and 401K. All inrerested parties
contact 800-633-0213. Fill oul an applica-
tion at our showroom, 3520 Agricultural
Center Dr Sie 310. St. Augustine. FL
employs individuals in a variety of posi-
lions For a lishng of cunent opponuniiies
please visit us in person 11 N. 3rd St.. 2nd
Iloor, call 247-6263, send an e-mail lo per-
sonnel@ilaxbcnil.net, or visit our websile
www JacksonvilleBeach.org Drug tree
work environment EOE, VP
FIRST CHOICE Home Improvements.
Needs skilled carpenters & tree climbers.
F/T MAINTENANCE Tech for apanment
community al Ine beach Musi have 3yrs
exp and H.VA C. certification. Good pay
& benells. Call 904-246-6474 or lax
resume 904-246-1085.
.TRAINERS FOR Day Program Work with
M.R DD adults Monday-Friday, 8am-
4pm.' Apply 850 6th Ave. South. Suite 500.
249-8556 EOE' DFWP.
Drivers part-time and full-lime Be a mem-
ber of a great team. Join our Recrealion
Department at a premier retiremem com-
munity. Fun work environment. Class C
CDL. Passenger Endorsement License
Required Must be able to set up and
'break down lor special events Competi-
tive wages and excellent benefits Applica-
tions available al Fleet Landing Security
Gate. One Fleet Landing Blvd., Atlantic
,Beach, FL 32233. Fax lo 904-246-9447;
mail to jobs@fleetlanding.com.
EOE/Drug-lree workplace.
Good salary and benellts Apply 223-
1111. Don, Sr. Ext 229. :
LOCAL GROWING landscape design
company needs landscape
installation/construction foreman w/project
management exp.' Must have reliable
transportation daily to 5mi..N; of St. Au-
gustine. Feild operations range from At-
antic Beach to Palm Coast. References
and background check required. Contact
Dayle Applegate 247-6645 or Tom Bixler
HOUR. Clientele provided. Mgt. oppor-
tunity, benefits. Supercuts, AlA & But-
ler Blvd. 273-2888.
BUSY BEACHES medical office seeks re-
ceptionist/secretary. Fax resume to 247-

. DO you want to join a winning team. Don't
get left out. Our driver's make $500-$700
per week. Call 249-5151 ask for Brian or
493-5250 ask for Tim Collins.-

FULLTime, 3pm-11pm at Premiere Retire-
ment Community Health Center. Excellent
benefit package, competitive wages, good.
working environment. Applications availa-
ble at Fleet Landing Security Gate, One
Fleet Landing Blvd., Atlantic Beach, FL;
Fax to (904)246-9447; e-mail to:
jobs@fleetlandlng.com EOE/ Drug-Free

worker, must have a valid drivers license
Leave message at 553-6338
BONO'S BBO in Neptune Beacn is ac-
cepting applications for server & cashiers.
FT/PT. Apply in person 2-4pm daily.
HERE'S FRED Golf Co. needs office per-
son & UPS shipping clerk w/ experience
645-9790, 2205 SI John's Bluff Rd
elis, 401k. flexible schedule Detail orieni-
ed individual. Standing pay negotiated Goll
privileges Phoner (904)246-4827, e-mail
accounling@selvamanna.com, or lax re-
sume to 246-9121 DFWP.
Pan-time 16 to.2.9-tioursweekly al a pre.
mier leliremenl community to assist,.res--
denis and visitors in coorainaiion wi;h ihe
Manager of Resident Services. Applicants
should be highly organized and be able to
communicate and deal tactfully with ne
public, residents and lamily members un-
der all conditions. Proicient in Microsoft
Outlook. Word, Excel and Power Poinl
Hotel, hospital, CCRC or other retirement
community or hospitality experience help.
rul. Must be willing to work holidays and
other shifts if necessary. Applications at
Fleet Landing Security Gale. One Fleet
Landing Blvd., Atlantic Beach, FL 32233;
Fax to (904)246-9447: email.
jobs@fleetlandng.com EOE/ Drug-Free

Full-Time wilh great beneiils and work en-
vironment at a premier retirement com-
munity Experience preferred.. Applica-
lions available at Fleel Landing Security
Gale, One Fleel Landing Blvd.. Atlantic
Beach, FL 32233: Fax to 904-246-9447.
email to jobs@fleetlanding.com EOEi
Drug-free Workplace

but not needed Fax resume 221-6413 or
call 221-6412.
Liquor Store Clerk, Bartender, Door
Guy, Must be able to work days. nights,
weekends, and holidays. Must pass drug
test and background check Call Robert @

FULL-TIME al a Premier Retirement Com-
munity Excellent benefits Experience re-
quired Applications at Fleet Landing Se-
curity Gale. One Fleet Landing Blvd., At-
lantic Beach, FL. Fax to 904-246-9447,
email to jobs@fleetlanding.com. EOE/
Drug-Free Workplace.
able cleaning help ResidentialiCommer-
cial. Call 242-9358.
Flexible. hours, no weekends, excellent
pay Transponation & phone required.
591-5901, 514-1188

Lawn service seeks individual to perform
dependable quality work. Excellent pay &
overtime available. Crew Leaders wanted.
Perschel Brothers Services, Inc. 246-
Scal position with benefits. M-F. Please ap-
ply at 95 Levy Rd., Atlantic Bch.
F/T and P/T, commission only; Must have
Dependable transportation. Call 996-0233
or apply at www.cfs-florida.com.
preferred. ALSO:, Receptionist, vetinary
experience required. Apply in person,
1210 3rd Street North, Jax Beach.
SJunior SQL Programsmer Bachelors
degree in CS, MIS, Software Engineering
or equivalent. Experience in database
design and SQLNB programming.
Basic debugging and unit testing.
Languages MSSQL, VB, ACCESS.
iT Support (part-time) Manage e-mail
campaigns. Basic knowledge of network
web design. QA content. graphics. Send
resume with .salary. requirements to:
jobs@venus.com EOE.
Marina Country Club. FT, benefits, 401k.
Experience preferred. Golf privileges. Call
246-4711. DFWP.
DRIVERS' OWNER Operators- 77.5% of
revenue + fuel surchagel No charge back
Benefits Availl Centurion Auto transport.
AIR BRUSH Artist needed for high
volume location. $50K per year. Call Dan-
ny 904-993-9283
tendent for established company. Drug
free work place. Benefits. 241-2721. ;

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The Beaches Leader/Ponte Vedia Leader

Full Time: Small Engine Mechanic/ Punch
Out at a premier retirement community.
Excellent benefits. Applications at Fleet
Landing Security Gate, One Fleet Landing
Blvd. Atlantic Beach, FL. Fax to 904-246-
9447; email to jobs@fleetlandlng.com.
EOE. Drug-Free Workplace.

SWIMMING POOL Construction. Top
pay & benefits. Palace Pools. 998-1811,
11655 Central Pkwy #313, Jax, FL
.*' *

DRIVER- Hiring qualified drivers for Cen-
tral Florida local and national OTR posi-
tions. Food grade tanker, no hazmat, no
pumps. Great benefits, competitive pay
and new equipment. Need 2 years experi-
ence. Call Bynum Transport for your op-
portunity today; (800)741-7950.
DRIVERS: EXPANDING Fleet offering:
Regional/OTR runs. Excellent Benefits,
Weekend Hometime,. Outstanding Pay
Package. -Lease- Purchase on '07 Peter-
bilts. CDL-A Required. NATIONAL CAR-
RIERS (888)707-7729.
AM & PM Line Cooks, Kitchen Prep & Util-
ities. Good money, casual atmosphere,
very busy, great people, to' work with:
CAR HAULING. Southeast Region.
$1,100+/weekl Great Home Time! Com-
pany Paid Benefits! Paid training for driv-
ers with minimum 1 year OTR experi-
ence.! (912)571-9668 or (866)413-3074.

Join our leem. Our company has openings
lor our service depr, good salary, must
possess a good driving record, be custom-
er Inendly We offer company vehicle,
paid vacation and holidays. Leap over to
us Apply at 159 191h Street N. Jax.,
Beach. 242-9002

DENTAL ASSISTANT Beaches lull-time
Ironv/ back, some experience necessary,
CARPENTERS & Helpers. Beaches area.
Transponation & phone a must 535-7356.
FRONT DESK Person. Busy medical clin-
ic $9.10/hr, negotiale, w/benelits. Fax
resume to: 285-4663.
Customer Service, pans, warranties, vehi-
cle check in, clean driving record. CDL. li-
cense preferred self motivated, general of-
lice work, computer/ internal literate, ex-
celleni Denelrts including prolil sharing.
smoke free office, Atlantic Beach,
www Iransiplus.com Specify position on.
lax resume 221-2705
PONTE VEDRA Animal Hospital looking
for a Velerinary Technician, exp. required.
Apply within 28 Corona Rd., 285-7924
TAXI DRIVERS Wanted. Clean driving re-
cord required Call April, 246-9999.
SILK PRESSER. Ponte Vedra area, guar-
anieed hours. 285-5644.
CUSTOM Interior Tnm Carpenter need-
ed. any carpentry expenence a plus.
Beaches and Ponie Vedra areas CaliTim
PAINTERS AND Painter's Helpers need-
ed, must nave own Iransportation and
hand tools Pays $8-$22 per nour with
overtime Work is north of Dames Point
Bridge Denial, Heallh. Life Insurance &
vacallon. 904-910-7862.
ils. 401, Iflexible schedule Goll privileg-
es. Phone 904-246-4827, email.
accouriiing'g'selvamarna com or lax re.
sume to 246-9121 DFWP.
CARPENTER (LEAD), Exp Interior Trim-
all aspects with ability lo run crew. Need
immediately. Call 477-9306 or 399-4276
2 individuals with above average phone,
computer, and customer service skills.
Must be able to educate and negotiate
wilh clients Company training provided.
Training/ draw & commission Career op-
ponuniry For an minervew contract Matt
904-201-4044 or send resume to


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City of Atlantic Beach. Starting pay
$11.47/hr. ($23,857/yr.), to $14.34/hr.
($29,827/yr.) DOQ +benefits.' Work hours
vary. One year exp. in animal handling
preferred; Valid driver's license with a sat-
isfactory driving record required. Applica-
tions accepted until 7/12/06. Test date
7/22/06. 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.

F/T HOUSEKEEPER, must have referen-
ces, and be able to drive. Excellent pay.
Call Carrie 367-5959 x104.
Able to work within deadlines, typing clas-
sified ads & billing. Knowledge of Mac\
computers a plus. Good organizational
.skills a must. Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm.
Apply at BEACHES LEADER, 1114
Beach Blvd., Jax Beach; or send' resume
to Char'Coffman, PO. Box 50129, Jack-
sonville Beach FL.32240.
7am TNT Landscape 1074 101h Ave.
Soutm. Jax Beacn. 247-4477.
now hiring the following positions to star
:he newly renovated clubhouse.
Banquet Server
AM & PM Server
AM & PM Line Cook
D Dishwasher .
Full-time and Part-time.:All full-time posi-
tions receive excellent benefits. Apply in
person in the Marsh Landing Tennis Cen-
ler Tuesday Saturday. Located in Ponte
Vedra, 285-6514. Diug testing/EOE.
propane retailer is in immediate need of a
lull-time driver. The ideal candidate will
have an excellent customer service de-
meanor, a CDL with Hazmat, tanker, and
airbrake endorsements. Candidates must
pass pre-employment testing, drug
screen, DMV check and background In-
vestigation. We offer a competitive salary
and benelns package. Apply in person at
98 S. Penman Rd. Jax Bch. or lax resume
to: HR at 246-0715. EOE.
estate office. Email resume to:
eric@nslending.co. Real estate license a

experience. Call for appt. 249-3862.

ALL CASH candy route. Do you earn
$800/day? 30 machines, free candy. All
for $9995. (888)629-9968. BO02000033.
Call us: Wewill not be, undersold!
PARTY STORE for, sale, located at 7206
Allaniic Blvd seasonal merchandise in;
storage included S30.000 Call Tim 813-
dnnks, sizes, and Drands Great equip.
ment. great support Financing available
With $6K down. Tom: 19541971-9301.

ACTIVE NANNY honest, dependable.
Iransporlaiion & references $9-$rlnr,
any area. CPR & First Aid F/T & PT

in your home. Call lor a no obligation com-
plimentary session. Cenilied and insured.
(904i 759.3665.

IF YOU are interested in advertising under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or
email: classilleo@Deachesleader com
SIT WITH your loved onel Some cleaning,
cooking, errand running. Call Denise

THURSDAY, FRIDAY, 9am-?. 1996 Voy-
ager van, $1000 OBO. Clothes, fumiture,.
Priced to sell 724 Amberjack Lane..

FURNITURE/MISC., 205 S. Roscoe Blvd.,
Sat., July 1 from 8-1.

plies galore. Fri. Sat. 8-2. 12618 Enchant-
ed Hollow Dr., off Girvin.

PVB'ANTIQUES, French chaise, Kimball
piano,, chintz, oil paintings,'49 Valencia
St., Fri. 8-2.
FABULOUS DESIGNER goods to every-
day household. Truly something for every-
one & every budget! Loft style' modern fur-
niture sofa, tables, barstools, chairs,
lamps, rugs, mirrors & artwork plus 2 din-
ing sets, carved bed, chest of drawers,
chandelier. Men's designer wardrobe-
Gucci, Prada & more plus ladies clothing
including vintage' furs. Tiffany, Hermes,
Christolle goods. Designer watches to vin-
tage costume jewelry Kiichenware. lin-
ens, household, bric-a-bfac, patio fumi-
ture. Updated home available. Friday &
Saturday, 9am-3pm, 1701 Arden Way. oh
Penman Road in Jax Beacn. Email
JaxEsiSales@gmail.com for pictures. Fol-
low the pink signs

boat slip for rent, 40ft, $600 50h. $700,
TRIC, DOCK LOCKER Cable and pnone
service available ,3' slip Mobile luel serv-
ice & pump oui also available. 463-2845.
40' BOAT SLIP for sale, exclusive Har-
bortpwn Marina. $199K. 463-2845.
40' BOAT slip at Maravisla on .nlercoastal
lor lease. Call 220-7006.

26' SEARAY, 240 Sundancer, 1999, cabin
cruiser, sleeps 4, bought new in 2000, al-
ways kept high and dry and maintained.
Too many extras to list. Below market val-
ue. $22,500. 651-6748, 247-9244.
1987 30FT. Sea Ray Sedan Bridge. Sec-
ond owner. Rebuilt 205 twin in 2004. BMZ.
diesel gen., AC, sleeps 5, new windless.
Good condition. $27,000. (904) 571-5757.

1998 YAMAHA XT225, dual- sport, good
condition, low mileage, w/extras. $1285.

2000 SPORTSMEN 32 ft. travel trailer
w/slide set-up in Jax Beach; $9,300. OBO.
(904) 662-4025.

1985 GMC Box Van, White, runs great,
new motor, $9000 OBO. 626-4910.
2002 TOYOTA Sienna Mini Van XLE,
beige, fully loaded. 56,000 miles. One
owner. $17,000. 249-351,3 or 403-9072.
1976 CHEVROLET K20 pickup, long bed,
4X4, $2700 OBO. 904-349-6000.

1992 OLDS 88 Royal LS, all power, 6 cyl-
inder, great car, $1600. OBO. 716-2586.
POLICE IMPOUNDSI Cars from $500! For
listings, 800-749-8116 ext. 3629.
2005- FORD MUSTANG. V6G:premium,
loaded, lcw miles, extended warranty,
$18,900. 285-3483.
1993 SATURN Wagon. SW2. Good condi-,
lion. Runswell. $950 904-422-7331.
.2003 VOLVO V70 Wagon- blue metallic,
loaded lan leaner Greal condition,
$15,900 Call 710-8121

96 FORD Escort wagon, 5 speed, 141K
miles, new tires, cold A/C, perfect paint
and body, runs great. $1,000. OBO. 514-
1989 FORD Mustang Convertible,
12,000 miles on rebuilt engine, needs
some TLC. New brakes, tires. Runs good.
$1500 firm. 571-1112.
T.W. Gibbons. Fletcher class of 80-81.
608-0092 (cell).
1996 BLACK Cougar XR7, .8cyl.,
100,000+ mi, loaded, good condition
$3,000 OBO. (904)955-1830.
2002 CAMARO convertible Z28,
12,600 miles, exc. condition. $22,500. Call
*249-8282 or 742-1823 ask E.T.
1996 MERCEDES C-220. Great condition,
white/ beige, $6500 OBO. 904-371-5684
1991 DODGE Dynasty. Blue Book $2,100.
Must Sell $1,400. OBO. Excellent shape.
99 FORD Expedition XLT 4x4, fully load-
ed, 86k mi., third row seat. $9200 OBO.
Cell 866-8327, home 645-6217.
Tempo 46,000 miles. $2,495. 821-2058.

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CAREGIVER FOR elderly. 12 years expe. HANDYMAN- NO Job to small. Garages
riencereferences Available M-F. 246. cleaned. Call 223-5891

PONTE VEDRA. AR Accounting Clerk po-
sition. Requires last leader and well or-
ganized. Good pay, email resume to
khome@cnlre.com EOE.
CUSTOMER Service Reps. Immediate
openings, flexible schedules. Call Job Line
A/C & Heating company needs Installers
& Service Technicians. Top pay & bene-
lts Call Rob 509-3062
CONSTRUCTION & Pool Maintenance
Clean driving record a must. 246-2455
MEDICAL ASSISTANT for busy beach
dermatology practice. Some experience
preferred, tax resume to 273-0410.


LAWN MOWER, Murray 46. 21np like
new, $900 OBO. Must sell. 254-4174
Grey. Removed Irom 2001 Tundra Limil-
ed X/C Great Condition. $650. 221-6577
BED- BEAUTIFUL Temp-pedic Memory
Foam manless & boxspring. new in
plastic wiwarranty $379 Must sell.
BUNKBEDS- LIGHT wood w.bookcase,
desk and 5 drawers. $700 OBO.
POOL TABLE, regulation size. NWh com-
mercial grade Barely used. Great foir old-
er kits/ teens $225. Call Phyllis241-5820
BED- FULL-SIZE cherry sleigh bed.
w/manress & box spring. Must sell $395
Can deliver (904)858-9350.
WEDDING DRESS. sz 2. $200. Also 2 for-
mal dresses, sizes 8 &4. 874-2538
SHELVING FROM retail store 6x4 each
section, 60 sections, currently in storage
$30 each Call Tim 813-5833.
FILL DIRT for sale. Miranda Conlracling
Call 219-2765.
2004 HP Computer with all accessories
$300. Call 742-4042.
CoufhiferLiop love. like new. $200 OBO
total ci. wt.. certified and appraised
$7500 904-708-0100.
ONE KITCHEN S wonn of cabinets. upper
& lower, vanety of sizes, oak linisr, InsIsal
led once but never used, $1700 OBO

METAL ROOFING, Save $. Buy direct
from manufacturer 20 colors in slock wilh
all accessories. Quick turn around. Dellv.
ery available Toll Iree 1888)393.0335.

FSBO--FOR SALE By Owner. Get Real
Use the same lools Ihe big guys use. We
make 'em fast and cheaply
www.lsb.:,wiz biz Recorded message.
800-517-3257 ext. 211.

Specializing in Commercial and Residen.
trial Cleaning Lawn Care, Auto Cleaning
Window Cleaning, Janitorisi Services, etc.
Call ermon, 246-4238. 612-1755.
,k r -k

Grading, Lawn Replacements. Spread
Dirt. Gravel. Lime Rock, Mulch, Stone.
Irrigation Repairs. MUCH MORE! Bob,
ENDLESS SUMMER Lawncare Free esti-
males Prolessional customer service
Mowing. edging, weeding, trimming- irees.
snrubs L.censed & insured. Residential &
commercial CALL US FIRSTI 270-2664.

Specializing in "Complete Flowerbed
Cleaning and Workover". Call Hermon,
246.4238. 612-1755
S r lr

SEWING MACHINE Repairs. Complete PALM TREES, Hedges Trimmed, Yard
tune-up All makes, all models. $49 50 Clean-ups Mulching, Sodding, wnalever it
241.2112 lakes, elc. Dave 249-4724.

PADGETT S A/C & Healing Inc. Family
owned and operated When quality and
customer service are demanded call
Travis al 588-5222
Free Estimates. License CAC1814887.

CLEAN TO SHINE. Our company commil-
ment is 100'. Customer Satisracron at
Alordabie Prices We clean homes, apart-
ments, offices, RV's, new construction and
restaurants For a Iree estimate call 514-
7009 or 19041779-0158 We will beat any
company prices
Residential saEislachion guranieed.call tor
Iree estimates (9041449-9708.
ABOVE & Beyond Housekeeping De-
pendaole. detailed cleaning. Licensed In-
sured, bonded, references. Immediate
openings. 591-5901. 514.1188.
JUST LIKE you wani it Cleaning nomes.
The cheapest around- $25. 249-5180
AN AMAZINGLY clean house r orlice by
Natasha. For esiimale 563-7858
MAID YOUR Way nas opening, commer-
cial cleaning Call Julie 254-4174.

BRAND NEW massage lable complete
with all accessories. including oils Must
sell $500 OBO. 1352)255-8148
WHIRLPOOL WASHER & Dryer, $75'aa.
30 day warranty. Deliver, $20. 318-8173.

WEDDING DRESS beautlful size 6-8,
never worn Musl see! New $1000. asking
$500. 246-8556

WOLFF TANNING beds. Buy Direct and
savel Full body units from $22 a month.
Free color catalog. Call today 18001842-
1305. www.np.elsian com
AT&T PARTNER phone system. 5 pnones
installed for $899. 249-8877.
FURNITURE SALE, glass dining set, en-
tertainment center, dresser w/mirror and
more. 242-2821.


T & C LAWN SERVICE. Year round
mowing, edging, trimming shrubs, mulch-
ing, laying sod. Free estimates
Call 249-2443, cell. 514 0055

DependaDie Oualiry Service. Reasonable
rates. 821-0737

lawns. Free estimates 246-0967
We service Inousands ot beach residents.
www perschelandmeyer com-241--3409--
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PRESSURE WASHERS lor rent or sale.
Tucker Equipment Renial 246-1330.

161 JT

free estimates work guaranteed, licensed

ing. Most residential pobls $25/week+
chemicals. Licensed, Insured. We make
your life a little easier. 285-0240.


ROOFING. IN-TOWN prices @ the
Beach. i25yrs. experience. 880-9908.

SOUTHSIDE TREE Service. Enhance the
beauty of your trees. PALMS TRIMMED.
904-318-0569 Alan DeLoach

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this category please call 904-249-9033 or
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