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Table of Contents
    Section A: Main
        A 1
        A 2
        A 3
    Section A: Opinion
        A 4
    Section A: Main Continued
        A 5
    Section A: Clay Business
        A 6
        A 7
        A 8
        A 9
        A 10
    Section A: Clay Schools
        A 11
        A 12
        A 13
    Section A: Clay Features
        A 14
        A 15
        A 16
        A 17
        A 18
    Section A: Fleming Island Today
        A 19
        A 20
    Section A: Fleming Island Sports
        A 21
    Section A: Fleming Island Today
        A 22
    Section A: Main Continued
        A 23
        A 24
    Section B: Clay Sports
        B 1
        B 2
        B 3
        B 4
        B 5
        B 6
    Section B: Clay County Real Estate
        B 7
        B 8
        B 9
        B 10
        B 11
        B 12
    Section B: Clay County Classified
        B 13
        B 14
        B 15
        B 16
        B 17
        B 18
        B 19
        B 20
        B 21
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JUNE 30-JULY 6, 2005 EDITION


Wallace visits Clay
NASCAR driver Rusty Wallace is in
Clay County Thursday. See Page B-4
for details.


Tentative pact

signed with

Clay teachers
Clay Today Staff
GREEN COVE SPRINGS A tentative,
three-year agreement announcedWednes-
day, June 29, between Clay County school
district and the teachers union would pay
teachers an average of.6.2 percent more,
school officials said
The agreement is still subject to ratifi-
cation by both the Clay County Education
Association (CCEA) and the School Board,
which will consider it at the Thursdayjuly
21, meeting, said school district spokes-
woman Darlene Mahla.
The average salary increase includes
what teachers would get as a salary step for
experience, making the increases range
from 3.77 percent to 8.08 percent. A start-
ing teachers' salary also will increase from
$30,500 to $31,500.

TEACHERS continued on page A-2


Pordo Cherole


It Pays To Know Your Community


Commissioner

Pat McGovern

fields questions

at citizens' forum

By Debbie Israel Messer, Staff
disraelmnesser@jcpgroup.com

ORANGE PARK An apologetic Com-
missioner Pat McGovern stood before
an audience Monday, June 27, at Or-
ange Park High School, fielding a vol-
ley of questions for more than an hour
and defending his actions and those of
the commission.
The session was courtesy of the
group, Citizens for Term Limits and Ac-
Scountability, as part of their second cit-
izens forum.
Members of the organization made a
point at the last citizens' forum, held at
Fleming Island High School, of noting
no members of the board of county
commissioners attended.


By Bob Henderson, Staff
bhenderson@jcpgroup.comn

ORANGE PARK The Clay County
Planning Commission, at its next meet-
ing,,will consider a site plan for a Wal-
Mart Supercenter to be built on Blanding
Boulevard in Orange Park.
The commission will conduct a public
hearing at 7 p.m. Tic ',la)h,July 5, in the
chambers.of the Board of County Com-
missioners on the fourth floor of the
County Administration building.
Wal-Mart is requesting rezoning of
several parcels of property at Blanding
and Ridgewood Avenue, extending all
the way back to Moody Avenue. The


50t Section A of two sections VOL. 35 NO. 26


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STAFF PHOTO B I REG iv\L-|H

Citizens Forum promotion
Durwood Smith, left, one of the founders of a Clay County citizens group hold-
ing regular forums on the performance of County Commissioners, was out pro-
moting the Tuesday, June 28, forum days earlier. Smith and Robert Collins were
standing on the corner of Blanding Boulevard and Kingsley Avenue waving at
cars on Friday, June 24.


applicant is requesting a Planned Unit
Development (PUD) designation.
TheSuperceneri \ouiild t'fae Blinding
but would be sc-i eened from it by land-
s capi ng and two out parcels to be devel-
oped separately, according to documents
filed with the proposal.
An Ace Hardware and Hall's Nursery
are now located on the property.
In addition to the retail area, a unique
feature of the plan calls for a regional park
occupying 14-plus acres facing Moody.
The park proposal includes baseball dia-
monds, tennis courts, a football/soccer
field and a "lboun idkl playground." The
playground will be.designed to accommo-
date the needs of mobility-restricted


Your Orange Park
Chevy Dealer


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STAFF PHOTO BY GREG WALSH
Ham radio operator Chris Davis of Orange Park attempts to make a contact on Sat-
urday, June 25, at Lakeside Junior High during the annual nationwide "field test."


children as well as others. The application
states the park would be only the third
such playground in Florida.
Joseph Hall, one of the major proper-
ty owners where the new development
will be built, reveals very little hostility to
the project.
Hall told Clay Today that Wal-Mart of-
ficials have talked to neighbors around
the site and most people have no prob-
lem with it. Hall described it as, "...a real
asset, especially at Moody."
Hall said the Supercenter would be
real modern and more "neighborhood
friendly."
WAL-MART continued on page A-10

Ham operators

take annual

'field test'

By Greg Walsh, Managing Editor
gwalsh@jcpgroup.com

ORANGE PARK A group of Northeast
Florida ham radio operators participat-
ed in the annual 24-hour "field test" that
involved thousands of operators around
the United States.
Larry Filzen, trustee of the Orange
Park Amateur Radio Club, said the test
gives the operators a chance to check
HAM RADIO continued on page A-5


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CHEVY DEALERS


CITIZENS continued on page A-18

Proposed Super Wal-Mart to include regional park


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~p~4Inn A-9 CLAYTODAY.BIZ June 30, 2005


Capital Improvement Plan approved

by Orange Park Town Council


Remodeled skate park opens
Although the official grand opening won't be until next month, The Skate Place
on Fromhart Street in Orange Park quietly reopened to skaters on Saturday,
June 25. The facility, located on town-owned property, had closed in 2003 but
several parents spent months since last November remodeling the ramps and
half-pipe to get it ready for reopening. Admission is free. All skaters under 18
must wear helmets and have notarized permission slips on file with the town.
Organizers have not set a date for the grand opening.


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Cab Company!


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By Debbie Israel Messer, Staff
disrael)ensser@jcpgroup.com-
ORANGE PARK Orange Park Town
Council members did not takelong to ap-
prove the Capital Improvement Plan (CIP)
for 2005/06-2009/2010 submitted by Town,
ManagerJohnBowles.TheC( IP isa five-yearu
plan that is revised and extended every year,
The approval did nothappen without a
detour advanced by Council member Bob
Standifer in the form of an amendment to
the resolution to adopt the CIP.
The amendment required council ap-
proval for changes in the CIP before action
by city staff when funds are transferred be-
tween specific projects.
Standifer questioned public works ex-
penditures and the process by which im-
provements are funded and prioritized in
previous council meetings.
Bowles, in responding to the proposed
amendment, reminded council members
the CIP was just a plan where they are try-
ing to look into the future, saying "the
budget is where they (the projects) will be
accomplished." He assured the council
there was no pride in authorship with re-
gard to the plan, encouraging them to look
at what changes they might want to make.
Council member Pete Morgan, who
seconded Standifer's amendment, said the
:process is frustrating to him. Morgan said
funds could be moved from one project to
another without coming to the council.


TEACHERS from page A-1
"...I am very pleased to have been able
to give our teachers more of a pay raise
than-we have been able to do over the
last few years," Superintendent David
O(ens said.
Mike Collins. CCEA's chief negotiator


2005-06 CIP projects

Purchase three police cars
Purchase a new combination lad-
der.'pumper fire truck
Construct new mausoleum and
niche at the cemetery
Repair the Clarke House
Improve drainage along Dudle\
Branch and in the Oak Hollow area
Pave Allen Mac Court, Solomon
Street and resurface the Montclair area

He added that in some instances, engi-
neering work is done on a project not au-
thoiized b the council and then, the
council would be asked togo foi.ard with
the project after the funds ere expended.
Join Kopelousos. standing in ftor To, n
Autorne\ Rob Biadle, told council meri-
bers that because theadopdon came b\ res-
olution it \wasamendable. Healso told the
cou ncil that while die proposed CIPmetthe
letter of the charter, consistency with the
co(iprehensi\e plan iequIus iorie detail:
ithanprovided by the proposed CIP.
Standifer echoed the attorney's coin-
ment, stating the CIP should address pri-
orities based upon those outlined in the
comprehensive plan. The amendment
failed 4-1 after which the plan was ap-
proved with no changes by the council.


said, the two sides reached agreement.
"We got one of the biggest pay raises in
a very long time," he said. "I am happy with
themoneyand happy\ with die language in
the contract"
Contract negotiations with the Cia Ed -
ucational Staff Professionals Association
will continue next month. Mahla said.


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Special Thanks to:


THE TOWN OF ORANGE PARK

For Sponsorship of the World Class Fireworks by Santore, Inc

Moosehaven Clay County Sheriffs Office Orange Park Medical Center Wachovia
Allstate Jane DiLoreto WOKV 690 AM Clay Today and The Florida Times Union

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Tune 30, 2005 cLAYTODAYBIZ Section A-3


Residents should know flood

dangers and insurance needs


Editor's note: This is the latest in a series
of articles providing important informa-
tion about how to be prepared during the
hurricane season. Capt. BernitaBush of the
Clay County Emergency Management Of-
fice writes the articles.
GREEN COVE SPRINGS -The highlight
for this week is flood damage and the need
for "flood insurance."
Following damages from the 2004 hur-
ricanes, many Florida homeowners dis-
covered their homeowners' policies did
not cover damage from rising waters.
Without a policy in place, many families
were devastated by damages to their
homes, and the associated costs of reloca-
tion and replacement of contents. Howev-
er, residents who do not currently have
flood insurance can take steps now to pro-
tect themselves from future flooding. Res-
idents should contact their insurance
agent for specific coverage contained in
their policy.
Did you know Florida is second only to
Texas in flood-related claims, with
$2,226,742.776.91 paid in flood-related
claims in 1978-2004?


If I do not live in a flood zone, do I
have to purchase flood insurance?
Flood insurance is not required, but
many residents purchase it for the peace of
mind. However, homeowners living in, or
choosing to build in flood prone areas are
required to purchase the insurance.
Please note, there is a 30-day waiting pe-
riod for flood insurance to take effect and
provide coverage.
Is this in addition to my premium for
homeowners insurance?
Yes, and the flood insurance may be
purchased from your existing insurance
company, or by calling the National Flood
Insurance Program at 1-800-720-1090, or
visiting www.floodsmart.com
What is the cost of flood insurance?
The annual premium is variable
depending on home value, contents value
and the location of your home in proxim-
ity to areas prone to flooding. Single fami-
ly homes may be insured up to $250,000 on
the structure, and $100,000 on contents.
Businesses may insure up to $500,000 on
the building, and $500,000 on contents.
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Southern Chevy Dealers invite all

to Moosehaven for Fourth


By Clay Today Staff
The Southern Chevy Dealers invite fam-
ilies to attend the 6th Annual American
Pie 4th ofJuly event Sunday,July 3rd and
Monday,;July 4th.
For complete details see the 224-page
Special pullout program guide in today's
Clay Today.
The Town of Orange Park needs spe-
cial thanks, too, for its ongoing sponsor-
ship and coordination of the WA\ r IId Class
fireworks put on annually at this event.
Santore Inc out of Bunnell, Fla,, does the
fireworks. They are the.group that does
all the Disneyworld fireworks and has
also done the New York City annual New
Year's Celebration Blast.
This is a remarkable show, again,
thanks to the Town of Orange Park. This
year you will want to bring your radio.
and tune into WOKV-690AM for an


exclusive patriotic radio simulcast dur-
ing the fireworks. This is sponsored by
Orange Paiik Medital Center. Moose-
haven, The Clay County Sheriff's De-
partment, Wachovia, The Florida
Times-Union, Clay Today and the Black
Creek District Boy Scouts also need to be
commended for their assistance and vol-
unteerism and financial support. Game
sponsors include: First National Bank,
Texas Roadhouse, Clay County Trans-
mission, Community First Credit Union,
Area Communications, Vystar, Orange
Park Mall A Simon Mall, Ditch Witch,
State Farm Barbara Coleman, The US
Post Office and McCall Service Inc.
Cb-chairpersonsJane DiLoreto and
Jim Cribb are also to be thanked for
their efforts to make this event possible.
For additional information' contact
Cribb at 264-0520 or visit www.or-
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American values suffer yet another assault


bhenderson@jcpgroup.com

In an eye-water-
ing decision, the
Supreme Court of
the United States has
handed down a deci-
sion that might be
expected only in a
commitedly Socialist
state. Indeed, this five-
to-four decision is so


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Bob Henderson
STAFF WRITER


bizarre that it defies the imagination and
goes beyond Socialism.
The right of government to seize pri-
vate property through eminent domain
has long been recognized. But the seizure
iist-. -
'Be for a defined public use such as a
road or courthouse.
In the 1960s it became a method of
urban renewal whereby decaying neigh-
borhoods were replaced.
Include proper compensation.
: This was no decaying neighborhood.
Reports say that families that had lived
there and cared for their homes-for gen-
erations were dispossessed to make way for
private developers to erect hotels and of-
fices. Private property was taken. inot for
public use, but to hand over to another pri-_
vate entity that city officials thought
mightbe of greater benefit to city coffers.
These developers could-not, by normal
meansicin\ ince te r.,, nerts tosell their
prope t\, so tl-e\ beguiled the cih fathers
aind rmodlersof New Londidn. Conn.. ivt hi
promises of huge tax gains and i i n'eased
employment
Now, government income generation
and increased employment are both ad-
mirable goals but to what extent? Is pri-
vate property tobe sacrificed for fattened
government coffers? Are private families
fair game for private companies? Does
"might make right?"
This is not the high court's only assault


on American values.
MondayJne 27, five of the nine jus-
tices ruled that display) s of the Ten Com-
miandinents in county courthouses in
Texas were "motivated b\ a religious pur-
pose, and so were impermissible." These
five omniscientjudges apparently have the
power to see inside the minds of others but
lack the ability to see the Ten Command-
ments so prolifically found on and in the
Supreme Court building, itself. Bring out
thejackhammers and get rid of these per-
nicious arid corrupting displays!
The Supreme Courtof the 20th and21st
Centuries certainly has been setting a
record for-itself.
'You may not be able to keep your home
if a private developer wants it and con-
Sinces die local government that taking it
is for the government's benefit


-You may, however, kill your unborn
child; is your grandmother next?'
The court has decreed that the first part
of the Constitution's religion clause is all
that matters and that that section guaran-
teeing the "free exercise thereof" is a mis-
take on the part of the Founding Fathers
and must be ignored.
- And soon.
The Supreme Court sits, remote, un-
touchable and accountable to no one.
In creating a court composed of life-
tenured-judges, the framers of the Consti-
tution hoped to establish judicial body
remote from politics. But, of course, sitting
Presidents fill vacancies with people of
their own persuasion. They bring their
own politics with them. I suspect that this
puts the court on the trailing edge of the
society they are supposed to serve, not in


the lead, as some nima th ink. Courts are,in
my uneducated opinion, carrying the bag-
gage of previous administrations, admin-
istrations whose electionreflects the views
of the voting public.
Remoteness. Unaccountability. The
very loftiness of the Supreme Court tends
to foster an Olympian attitude.
"Power corrupts and absol u te power
corrupts absolutely."
How do we curb the court's penchant
for legislating disguised asjurisprudence?
I wish I knew.
On a brighter note
Monday night, June 27, Green Cove
Springs Rotarians named Virginia Hall
Citizen of the Year..
I applaud thatwell-earned and well-de-
served recognition; the Rotarians couldn't
have made a better choice.


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Highway deaths of soldiers alarming


By Terry Schiavone, ,
National Highway Traffic Safety Admin. -

A fatal epidemic is sweeping through
our military bases a di stu rbi ngly high
number of traffic fatalities among soldiers
.returning from war. Casualties of war
overseas have takentheir toll on the U.S.
Military, buta number of deaths are oc-
curring, upon a soldier's safe return from
the battle zone. A soldier's need for speed
is making the roadways around our mili-
tary bases a treacherous place.
TheU.S. Arm) and the National High-
way Traffic Safety Administration
(NHTSA' irecenth released some star tliing
statistics that impacts all of us:
During the past seven months., 80 sol-
diers died in motor vehicle crashes- a 23
percent increase from the same period a
)ear earlier. The majority\ of these deaths
included soldiers who adjust rettii ned
from combat zones.
From October 2.(03 to September 21004.
when troops were retu rniling in large num-
bers from iraq. 132 soldiers died in vehiclee


ct ashes a 28 pei cent jump firom the pre-
v ious 12 months And, two-thirds of them
were veterans of the wars in Iraq and
.Afghanistan.
This trend is disturbing because sol-
-diersho li are usiiallh among die safest drii\ er in the
nation because of their ver\ disciplined
and regulated lifestyles. whi,:t torrelate to
safer driving habits.
Despite the recent surge, the Army's
rate of vehicle crash-related deaths al-
most 20 per 100.000 this year remains
below the o% erall U.S. rate of about 22
per 100,000.'
The correlation between soldiers rec-
turning from dut1 and the high tratffi
crash rate has bee n recog nizedh by le U.S.
Armed Foices.and they are taking steps to
reverseit
The Armed Forces are educating sol-
diersoln-afedi'%ing and die importance of
wearing a safer\ belt. Soldiers returning
from Iraq aIe encouraged during post-de-
plo ment brief ings toadhere suicdt ton at-
fic rules and avoid drinkingand driving.-


Mind your own business


If people driving cars and trucks
would slow down on Blanding and start
watching out for the Old and Young and
take care of their ow1 n business, we would
all benefit.
I'm sureJoe Adams is not the only one
that has pulled out in front of Mrs.
Moore, and Fim sure t he' ha' pulled out in
front of someone before.
Joe Adams is 84 years old anid taking
care of himself-going to the grocery
store and Hardee's to eat and buying his
own golf buggy and keeping the side-
walks clean. that's inoi e than soine people
can say. Lo,(rd know s we can't depend on .
thecoumni\ or miealsor anything else
-Ifwe can't help l ook 0out or the old
and young, we are no good anyway. If by.
some miracle I make it to 84 years old, I
would feel better if people would help
me little and not hurt me. I may want to
work for myself as long as I can get
around to do so.
Let the man alone to do his thing for as
long as he has left. The Golf Buggy is


much better for him than the bicycle.
S, Marilyn Taylor
Middleburg

Clay High School Class

Sof 1985 Reunion
We are trying to contact members
of our graduating class to inform them
about our. upcoming 20-year reunion
and to try and locate many members
of our class with whom we have lost
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HAM RADIO from page A-1
their equipment and prepare for times
they are needed, like hurricanes.
All the electronics are run off portable
generators during the test. Set up in a
portable classroom at Lakeside Junior
High, the club set up antennasby lashing
them to three basketball poles.
"The school is a good place to run the
test, he said, because schools are often the
place where emergency shelters are set
up. "We would be in place for whatever
they needed," he said.
About 30 operators were "signed in" to
participate in the 24-hour test. Some
helped with the set up and tear down,
while others manned radios and accom-
panying laptop computers. A potluck
dinner was held later Saturday night in
connection with the event.
One purpose of field day is for each
club to make as many confirmed contacts,
both voice and Morris code, as possible
with other clubs. Morris code contactsget
two points; voice gets one point.
Filzen said the club made about 200
contacts on each of three radios set up
and another 20 contacts on a VHF unit.
"We normally get more contacts than that
every year, but this year the bands were
kind of crummy," he said.
During the event, operators set up in
shopping malls, parks or even their back-
yards and use either batteries or genera-
tors to communication.


"We want the communi-
ty to know that in the event -
of an emergency we will be
ready to assist in any way we
can," said Frank Cates, i
OPARC vice president. "
While people often think
that cell phones or other
communications technolo-
gies have replaced ham
radio, we can provide an
important communica-
tiohns service that others
can't. As you saw on 9-11 and
the tsunami, ham radio
works when these other sys-
tems don't."
I Hams play their biggest
role when hurricanes threat-
en or leave heavy damage
that interrupts regular com-
munication. "\hlen Hurri- Ham radio
cane Andrew came through on Saturda
(in 1992) there were a few cell of the Orai
towers ;till operating -but the annual
there were so many people
using them that hardly anybody could get
through," he said. "We went out to the
shelters in Miami and relayed informa-
tion between shelters and hospitals."
When Hurricane Hugo hit the Caroli-
nas in 1989, causing billions of dollars in
damage, the local ham operators group
played ah important role, Filzen said.
After the hurricane's.160 mph winds
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(-)On AM Ithiy could hear
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he-said: "If the hams in
Charleston ait ed to ht every-
body know that there was water
at the corner o f Si \ xh a nd lai, i
they would call us at \WAPE stui-
dios, we would tell the DJs and
they would broadcast the de-
tails back to the people of
Charleston," he said.
Top quality mobile ham ra-
dios can run about $800, Filzen
said, while antennas range from
inexpensive wires to metal
structures that cost several hun-
dred dollars.
SWALH Anyone interested in ham ra-
contact dios can go to the American
member Radio Relay League's website
ated in www.arrl.com or can contact
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By Greg Walsh, Managing Editor
gialdsh@jcpgroup.com

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS- Rusty Suco loves
hot sauce.
Give the man a NASCAR race and
some hot wings and he's set for the day.
But until a few years ago he had a
problem. The store bought hot sauces he
was using lacked the punch and the fla-
vor he wanted.
So he began experimenting b y com-
bining his own spices with the world's
hottest edible pepper, the habanero. The
result Rusty's Racing Sauce.
"For 15 years I would change that recipe
just a little bit every weekend," Suco said
while sitting in his home near Little Gene-
va Lake. "Finally I got to where I liked just
the flavor of the sauce better than I did the
wings, so I decided to have it bottled."
In February the first bottles of the
slightly yellow colored sauce with 17
herbs and spices became available. Now
he and his wife,Joann, are spending their
time marketing it as best they can. That's
meant hitting every spring festival in
Northeast Florida.
"When Igo to shows my goal is to get the
sauce out to the people, it's that simple. The
more people that know about it, the more
people that are going to want it," he said.
A millwright by trade, Suco estimates
he's spent $10,000 of his own money to get
the product going. Working with the De-
partment of Agriculture, Suco took ad-
vantage of a program called Fresh from
Florida that helped him cover the cost of
packaging and the labels.
The bottles, however, -are his respon-
sibility.
A Deland company, Florida Gourmet
Foods, actually prepares the product and


Rusty Suco stands next to the sign and car he uses to promote his hot sauce.


bottles it for him- unlike the old days when
he unofficially bottled his own at home
and sold it for a_$5 "donation" to friends
and neighbors.,
One of those neighbors, Pat Wooten,
said she and her family like it so much she's
willing to help the Sucos sell it.
"We tried his sauce over the last 15 years
and it's gotten better and better," she said.
"We told him to get it bottled and he final-
ly did it."
Wooten, a nurse, helps man a booth at
the festivals where customers get a sam-
ple of the tasty, but hot, sauce. Bottles sell
for $3.99.
"It's really good and I would like to see
them make a success out of this," said
Wooten, who lives just three doors away.
"If peoplejust knew aboia i ithe iewould
buy it."
Slowing the Sucos effibr ho\e\ ei., as
51-)ear-old Rusty'sheart anaack dis spring
that lefthim unable to do the ph) sically
demanding millwright work for Georgia-


Pacific in Hawthorne. Although he's re-
covered enough to get back in the festival
booth, he still may need bypass surgery and
won't return to work for at least a month.
Selling more than 50 bottles at each fes-
tival over the past several months has pro-
vided the couple's only income.
"This is really what's been keeping us
going, is selling the sauce,"Joann Suco said.
"Instead of putting it right back into the
business we're having to live on it."
It's paying the bills."
But what they may have lost in momen-
tum they more than make up for with en-
thusiasm.
Some restaurants, including Sabo's Ital-
ian-American Restaurant, are offering it
anda 12-store grocery chain inMelbourne,
Fla., ordered 12 cases for-its shelves, he said.
The "racing sauce" con nc tlion comes
from Suco's love for NASCAR, so much so
he has his office walls covered with pic-
tures, toys and memorabilia on Gordon
and racing.


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The hot sauce's color comes from the ha-
banero peppers, not mustard.
Copyright restrictions are the only
thing keeping Sico from putting Gordon's
No. 24 on the car that appears on the sauce
bottle. But they still have their dogs, named
Jeff Gordon and Teresa Earnhardt.
Born in Immokalee, Suco is a Seminole
Indian who grew up in Tampa. But for the
past 23 years the couple, which have two
children, have lived around one of the
lakes north of Keystone Heights.
Suco said his hope is sales will blossom
as they expand their sales efforts by at-
tending festivals in Georgia, Alabama and
Louisiana this summer.
"In a year I hope to be sitting in my
front room watching TV and answer-
ing the phone to take orders. That
would be perfect."
For information on Rusty's Racing
Sauce, call Suco at (352) 473-5823. The cou-
ple hopes to have a website operating later
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'The Sisters' tea room closing in November


By Georgia Sumrall, Correspondent
ORANGE PARK
- The long wait is
over. The closing
of the sale of
"The Sisters" )on
Park Avenue li
going to take
place by Nov. 111.
at the latest. Din-,
ers for 31 years .
have enjoyed h,.
feeling of an en-
chanted cottage CORRESPONDENT TPHOTO
while they dined -BY GEORGIA SUMRALL
on the best in old Gwen Chojancki
Orange Park.
The two sisters, Gwen Chojancki and
Bobbie Jo Robbins, have pleased the
palate of the diners in the community.
Robbins is the cook in the kitchen. Gwen
is the older sister and is usually seen at the
front with her costume of olden days.
Waitresses are costumed as well and wait
tables with the special touches that are
part of the decor. Objects, items, decora-
tions from the past are everywhere. Fresh
flowers on the table can be counted on.
The landmark "Sisters" and their tal-
ent to attract happy customers will be
missed. There are mixed feelings because

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The 60-year marriage of Gwen and
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OP Medical recognized for critical care patient set up


By Greg Walsh, Managing Editor

ORANGE PARK Cynthia Gerdik
could see the problem.
Even when she wasn't at her job as
director of cardiovascular nursing at
Orange Park Medical Center it was
right there in front of her while driv-
ing on Clay County's crowded streets.
"We were stacking up in the ER,just
like all the cars on Blanding (Boule-
vard)," she said. "We had critical care
patients on a ventilator in the ER for 24
to 36 hours... that's not safe." I
Then she saw a solution.
Just 91 steps from the medical cen-
ter's ER was a seven-bed unit used for
more patients staying overnight, and
at times was-underused. Working A
with critical care unit director Dr. |
Stuart Millstone and nurse Irene
Scott, Gerdik convinced the hospital's
senior management to convert that
area to a "step down unit" for critical T
care patients. cc
The Institute of Healthcare Im-. s,
provement at its first annual Interna- C
tional Hospital Care Summit has
lauded Gerdik's idea. It was one of only
21 such ideas given an opportunity to
be presented to more than 1,000 hospi-
tal workers from 52 hospitals as far as
New Zealand.
Using the new area, hospital staff can


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STAFF PHOTO BY GREG WV
he nursing station in the new area of Orange Park Medical Center used for treating cri
are patients is a busy place. Staff at the location include, from the right, registered nurse Th
a Mercado, nurse manager Holly Hunt, registered nurse Julie Campbell, and student n
i Ci Marshall from St. Johns River Community College.


now determine which critical care pa-
tients should immediately go to the in-
tensive care unit and which can receive
care in the new unit.
Either way, those patients are no
longer in the emergency room waiting


for critical care, she said.
"Now the longest waits are six to eight
hours in the ER and no one stays
overnight there," Gerdik said.
And the impact-since it opened in
February -has been immediate."We
wanted to see a reduction of 25 percent
(in patients waiting in ER) in the first six


I monih'. but we are already at 59
p i Tiher v as niiiiinal cost for the
renovation. sh s.aid. and only re-
quired a shuffling of monitoring
equipment.
The new area required some
staI changes. Half of the 12 general
c are nurses assigned to the area
choose not to work with critical care
patients and were reassigned,
(.erdik said. The critical care unit
nurses now either work in ICUior in
t lie step dow unit, she said.
Diaine Jacobsen, IHI's director of
I flw domailn, said the issue of how
Patients "1 lo,%" through a hospital
S cuing -ai become increasingly im-
por1ta as hospital emergency
'io ii'flm ,tei im're crowded.
;.; said( Orange Park Medical
( ci:i idea is an idea other hospi-
Si.,lhan biiv nefit from.
We invited people who experi-
ticalS enced success in those areas to sub-
iere- mit story boards that said'Here's our
urse work; here's what we accomplished.'
That way others can take pieces of it
and capitalize on it in their hospital,"
Jacobsen said.
Gerdik said she lost her voice talking
to so many people who passed the area
containing successful story boards, in-
cluding Orange Park's.
"I've never seen so many people at a
hospital conference," she said. "It was a
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STAFF PHOTO BY BOB HENDERSON
Virginia Hall receives "Citizen of the Year" plaque from GCS Rotary.outgoing Presi-
dent Jim Davie II.

GCS Rotary names Hall 'Citizen of the Year'


By Bob Henderson, Staff
bhenderson@jcpgroup.comn

GREEN COVE SPRINGS The Rotary
Club of Green Cove Springs has named
Virginia Hall "Citizen of the Year" for 2005
- 2006. The presentation was part of the
club's annual installation and awards ban-
quet Monday, June 27, at Magnolia Point
Golf and Country Club.
In 1980, Hall's father,J.PHallJr. received
the same honor. That was the same year he
founded theJohnP. Hall Children's Chari-
ties and the Christmas Party for children.
In 1986,J.P. expanded the Children's
charities to include college scholarships
for Clay County's graduating seniors. Five
years agoJ.P. died and Virginia inherited


the'mantle of the Charities-.
In spite of those that thought the Char-
ities would die withJ.P., it flourished and
grew under Virginia's leadership, Russ
Megonegal said in announcing the award.
- Three years ago, Virginia introduced
another program into the Charities. Hear-
ing from teachers and administrators that
some underprivileged children were be-
ginning school without even the basics,
pencils, paper, and so on, she developed a
plan whereby school officials would pro-
vide information and these kids would re-
ceive backpacks stuffed with items to help
launch them on their educational careers.
Outgoing RotaryPresidentJim Davie II
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Horne, President of Auxiliary, Ellen Clark, recipient of The Jewel Futch Award, and
Major Cheryl Phillips of Clay County.


HURRICANE from page A-3

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flooding or other disaster. Landlords gen-
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Flooding is rising exterior water which
reaches a structure, and consequentlv
causes damage.
All areas are susceplible to flooding,
although to varying degrees. In fact, 25
percent of all flood claims occ ur in the
low-to-moderate risk areas. Flooding can
be caused by heavy rains, inadequate
drainagesystems, failedprotective devices
such as levees and dams as well as tropical-
storms and hurricanes.
How can I protect my home?
Homes built in low-lying areas or along
waterways are more likely to flood than
homes built on higher ground. Elevating
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tor protection, but you may also relocate
die lecUt iC bo, \. atei heater and tdilheat-
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leastl2"abovethe bas fl ood levatiion.
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can pr c ient them from ti ining 6\ er amnd
floating. However, as statistics prove, many
homes thought to be safe from floodi ng
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Some people resist buying flood insur-
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Federal disaster assistance is only available
if a flood or other disaster warrants local
disaster declaration from the government.
More than 90 percent of-flood events do
not occur during these declared events.
Flood insurance is required in flood
hazard areas
To get secured financing to buy, build,
or improve structures in Special Flood
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WAL-MART from page A-1
The property was listed for sale several
years ago, Hall said, with the intent of put-
ting.apartments along Moody. Neighbors
didn't like that idea, so it was scrapped.
Hall says that, in his opinion, Wal-Mart
has "bent over backward" to accommodate
the neighbors.
As in any development in Clay County,
traffic questions arise. Hall said that he
didn't feel the new store would have any
appreciable effect on traffic.
"If they were building houses, that
would be one thing," he said, "but they'rejust
closing one store and opening another. The
same people will come and go to work; the
same people will go up and down Blanding
Boulevard. People won't be coming from
Fleming Island, they have their own."
Hall said that his family had been in
business at that site for many years and
they think the proposal will be a good use
for the property.
The Halls have other stores in Man-
darin and 103rd Street inJacksonville. He
says they will move their wholesale opera-
tion to another, site in Clay County., ,..,


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Wal-Mart issues two scholarships
Clay Today Staff roll and te A-B" Honor Roll. year. Overthepast25years,thecompany
7': ;.. Thescholarshipsaie part of,$7 million saic. ithasgi'en a\i\ more than $50inil-
ORANGE PARK-Two 2005 high school .I Wal-Mait is issuing to senior making this lion in scholarship assistance.


graduates trom Orange Pa rk are the re-
cipients of the Sam Walton Community
Scholarship Award.
Carrie Smith of Ridgeview High
School and Andrew M. Bachelor of Or-
ange Park High School each received a-
$1,000 scholarship to assist with school
supplies and other related college costs.
Smith, of the 2200 block of Park Av-
enue, plans to attend the University of
Florida and study health science. Her ac-
tivities included president of the Future
Business Leaders of America, National
Honor Society, Spanish National Honor
Society and Drama Club. She graduated
summa cum laude.


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Speaking to not quite a couple dozen
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needs and the revenute, the shortfall is
more than $300 million.
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that he was representing himself as one
Board member., not representing the dis-
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This was said as School Board Chair-
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Ridgeview High to offer local


kids a taste of the limelight


By: Joe Chisholm, Correspondent
ORANGE PARK Members of
Ridgeview High School's drama troupe
prepare to immerse local kidsin the ins
and outs of theatre, as part of their
fourth annual summer drama camp.
After the success of last summer's
Shakin' It With Willie, a week dedi-
cated to the works of Shakespeare,
Troupe 5709 prepare for this years
theme; "The Big Time Bling-Bling
Broadway Blowout Bash"..
Ridgeview's Drama troupe has a
very impressive track record, receiv-
ing more than 17 superior ratings at
districts this past school year, while
other schools work to receive 1 or 2.
Productions of Damn Yankees and
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor
Dream Coat both were very success-
ful for the troupe, and as the troupe's
leaders graduate, many of them are
continuing their study of theatre
in college.
The drama camp Ridgeview offers


has been around for four years, and the
success of the camp has grown expo-
nentially for each year.
"Every year we have more then dou-
bled the attendance from the previous
year," said McCall.
Following this month's Tony awards,
members of Ridgeview's drama troupe
are ready to get back on the stage. But
they will not be alone.
Kids from kindergarten to sixth
grade will accompany the troupe in
dancing and singing their way through
the summer.
The cost of the camp is $100, which
covers the food the troupe offers all
i\eek. All proceeds will go 10 the Drama
department
The camp is at the Ridgee iew Cafe-
torium,July I1-22 from Sa.mn _, 2p.m..
Applications can be found on the
Ridgeview High School Website,
www.c1a .112.fl.ui rh:s. These applica-
tions can be mailed to McCall at the
school. For more information, call Mc-
Call at (904)-272-3003x3068.


St. Johns student wins French Award


Special to. Clay Today


ORANGE PARK Cait-
lyn Nicole Kloss, St.Johns
Country Day School, has
received a 2005 Outstand- .'
ing High School Senior in
French Award from the
American Association
of Teachers of French
(AATF)."
This award is made an-,
nually to a graduating
senior who has demon-
strated excellence in the Caitlyi
study of French as well as
exceptional commitment to the Frenrch
language and the. many cultures where


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it is spoken.
Recipients must have
completed at least three
years of French study at the
time of graduation and be
non-native speakers of
French.
7"-'- Klosshas participated in
study abroad, has competed
in the National French Con-
S test, is an officer of the
French Club, has participat-
ed in National French Week
activities, and is a member
Kloss- of the National French
Honor Society. She has
Studied French for fixe \ears and is the
student of Mai\ Viirinia Fisher.


Grove Park names A honor roll


Special to Clay Today

Following is the spring "A"
honor roll for Grove Park Elemen-
tary School:

Tabetha Elie, Logan Fleetwood,
Samory Forster, April Nguyen, Naseam
Jabbel i. Ma riah Godfrey, Diane Nguyen,
Jobe Id io. Nicole Estrella, Caitlin Miller,
Lance Bowler, Derek Hoffman, Danielle


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Martin Santos, David Meneses, Steven
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Teacher to fly around world helping kids


St. Johns announces Summa Cum Laude


By Trisha Cormeny, Staff
ooruwny@jcfpgroup.com

GREEN COVE SPRINGS One local
teacher will soon take his passion for ed-
ucating others across country borders
when he travels to Poland.
Green Cove Springs Junior High
School Reading TeacherJoe Cloutier will
pack up his bags and make a trip-to the
tiny town of Siennica, Poland, in hopes of
bringing the American culture t, onc o f
the poorest cities in the world.


possibility of my traveling to China...to
teach Chinese teachers English as a For-
eign Language."
In order to help poor villagers and or-
phans, Cloutier is seeking the communi-
ty's help.
"I am still looking for business, com-
munity groups or individuals to help
sponsor me in any amount for my trip to
Poland," said Cloutier, who is willing to'
trade speaking engagements or balloon
sculptures for sponsorship. "As a volun-
teer, I pay for my passage to and from
Poland, and all the supplies and gifts I can
carry. I am only allowed to take two bags
up to 70 pounds on International flights,
so I am limited to what I can take over."
For more information or to discuss
with Cloutier the.possibility of sponsor-
ship, call him at 276-2118.


Special to Clay Today

ORANGE PARK St.Joh ns Co 11 I
Day School has announced the Upper
School Summa Cum Laude (all A's)
students for the school year ending
June 1. 2,115
Grade 9 Nabil Ashdli. Brooke
Blasser, Brook Cliance), E umil) Child,
Michael Fle m ing, Nicole Gear, Rolf
Holiiian. lan lMcComb, Victoria Nel-
son, Danielle Paloimbo. Preethi Rajan,
Philip Robbi lns. Calathr \i R\a n. Shcfa
Saiilat. Ramnzi Sha kh.,Darshan Solan-
ki. Sa rai a Suresh k i mar. S mantha
Tliurniman,TJ. Wea er
Grade 10- Williain Bticlin.Katriiia
Coots, Joanna Faulk, Emily Garcia,.
Michael Hoffman.Chiarilote LaSenna,


Christena Pellett, Lauren Rollins,
Kris Sawicki
Grade 11 Scott Bellairs.Jarrod
Boitet. Blake Butterworth. Lucia Con-
smantine. Jennifer C.miie. Stephen
Creighton, Matthew Dobbertien,
Ja qiueline FlanaEgan.Katherine Heller.
Katie Longo. NMiles Mood\. Jame,
Neti le i. E ily Patterson, Emily Taylor,
Kristen Weaver
Grade 12 Kristen Bartie, Matthew
Bell. R .an Bowen, Blake Brown, Timo-
thy Buehn, William Cannon, Blake
Chlncr,. Glenwood Charles, Ashley
Chester, Ross Collins, Charles Cox, Lau-
ren Darm,Julia Herre, Rob Hoffman,
Caitlyn Kloss,Johnr Kweun, Michelle -
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Joe Cloutier


"Each year for the past seven ea rs. a
team of six teachers are chosen from
around the country to teach Engli shi and
work with approximately 130 children,"
said Cloutier. "I am very fortunate to
have been...chosen. This is the second
year that I am able t take adh antage ot
this opportunity."
According to Cloutier. Siennica.
Poland, will be a "step back il t i me."
"TheaccomLi nmodatioii s areSpari t:tn.B\
this] mean that I will siaN in a tinm do mll
room on campus," said the teacher aboi ut
the farming village situated 50 kilome-
ters southeast of Warsaw. "This year. be-
cause of my experience, I am gui ng ori e
to Poland as the lead teacher. T his mca ns
I will be helping other teacher s in plan-
ning their day and assisting with ;an\
problems they may encounter."
Before jet-setting to Poland in Jil\.
Cloutier will take a side trip toJapan ait
the end of this month to perform ias a
clown in the World's Exposit ioi.
"I think traveling has helped me im .\
teaching tremendously," said C-loitier."I
am able to express to students abcuii the
history, culture and societies of \ various
countries I have visited.":
Cloutier was the first teacher from
Florida to sign up for the Polish trip last
year and felt so tiongl about the mis-
sion he and other Zespol Skol Progiam
parti.i pants undertook that he applied
for a second term this lear. A nt pical da\
in Poland. says Cloutier will consist of
teaching junior and highly school aged
children in the morning.and then a 40-
minute hike'to a neighboring \ village
called Ledowica in the afternoon.
"This is a poor rural village just n north
of Siennica. The kids are extremely\
happy to hate us there. I usualIi break
oult Ill \ balloon pumpand begin making
hatsand animals as soon as I arrive," said
Cloutiei. remarking that his c own skills
help break down language barriers. "On
da\ I don't go to the tillage, I will go to
the local orphanage. I will work on gross
milotor skills and movement exercises
with the children... this is no eas\ task as
the oiphansand villagee children...do n ot
speak English at all."
Each sear. Cloitiei says he tries to
bring something special troin America
to gi\e the students soimetdiing to re-
meinhei their fellow couintir men bi.
"Last year, I brought some FSL and
UF shirts and hats to represent our state.
Ialso gave away man\ pins with Aner i-
can flags on them," said Cloutier, w ho is
already\ making plans for next vear' \isit.
"For su mmer 2016, I1 am a l rad\ plan-
ning on going back to Poland, but to
teach Polish teachers that teach E english
as foreign language. There .is also the


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Asbury Downs holds Emergency Preparedness Day


By Diane E. Shepard, Correspondent
LAKE ASBURY It all started with a mi-
croburst in the middle of the night that hit
her like a bolt of lightning.
"Or maybe it was a tornado," Lake As-
bury resident, Wendy Yuknis, speculates.
"I'm not sure, but it came through here a
few months back at 4:45 in the morning
and left tons of debris in its wake."
She says she thought to herself, "Here
we go again! And it's not even hurricane
seasonyet. Itjusthitme:wearen'timmune."
Then she remembered the flood of
phone calls she received on the cusp of
each hurricane during the very active sea-
son last year from neighbors asking her all


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Emergency Preparedness Day was a bicyc
inspection, which 2-year-old Morgan Silvi
had a chance to do. The event was held Sa
urday, June 25.


kinds of questions. .
Those questions led to the Asbury
Downs Emergency, Preparedness Day
held Saturday, June 25. The aim of the
free, non-profit event was to educate the
neighborhood community about safety
issues, as well as being prepared in the
event of a disaster.
"I want more people to be aware of
Clay County emergency systems, arid
what to do in case of any emergency,"
Yuknis says. "We're pretty complacent
ns here in Clay County." ,
le This call to action came naturally for
as Yuknis, military veteran'swife andamil-
it- itary veteran herself, she used this train-
ing, as well as her background in
Neighborhood Watch programs and as a
Homeowner's Association past president,
to pull together the event.
TheClaN CouiintvEmergencvResponse
Team (CERT) ca tme to pt oote comIn i uni -
ty awareness and distributed handouts on
CERT and Volimteer Clay, Hurricane
Tracking Charts, FEMA~ "A Guide to Citi-
zen Preparedness", and the State Emer-
gency Response Team's (SERT)
"Handbook for Disaster Assistance."
The Public Safety Office sent two fire
trucks for static display as well as"Know the
Law Before, You Burn" information. .
They held a raffle with all proceeds,


PTC elects local a,

By Sarah Dittman. Correspondent
One local resident .ind parent.Doug
Bailey, has taken a closed step towaids
- seeking tighten television controlforchiil-
3 dien \with being named chapter director
i 1'- .. .. .T- L ;1 ,, ---I . .. f 1, -


htr of e net\ jac ksom i lle chapte
Parents Television Council.


going to the Clay County Law Enforce-,
ment Explorer Post 987 to help defray
costs of training and equipment.
Donations poured in from Harvey's Su-..
permarket, Home Depot, Lowes, Duke's
Barbeque. Krispv Kreme., Garber Auto
Mall, Blinmpie Fleming Island
Radio Shack, Wiinn-Dixie. Dent-Free.
Bic cle Outpost, Walmnart, LA Video,
Handmade b\ Nikki,and Shoreline Real-
ti. Sixt\ itenms in all were donated totaling
$4,000 in goods and services. The raffle
brought in $300 for the ClaN Count La%%
Enforcement Explorer Post 987.
Several of dithe Explorers \eireon hand at
Asbttir Dow ns for the event. McGr uff The
Crime Dog made an appearance todo high-
fi e's and pose tbr picnu es with the kids.The
Explorersalso fingerprinted 33children.
Seeral Explorers assisted the Clav
Counts Shei iff' Office \with the"Bic\ cle
Rodeo" in which tihe showed children
how to ride their bikes safely, even helping
them navigate around cones. The Bicycle
Outpost also inspected bikes for safety.
Yuknis said she isalready looking ahead
to next year with a vision of expansion and
growth.
"We could have huge 'Com inuniti
Emergency Preparedness Day' for the en-
tire Lake Asbury area, arid have it at the
new junior high school...," she said.

s chapter director

"We're out there for the children,"'
Bailey said.
Baile\ \oiuld like to remind local TV
s;[.ttLons that the s1 e \ e the local standard,,
of tihecotni niti} asked on its interests.
"I encourage local progi a inning i ltc
to air the commercial featuring Paris
Hilton," said Bailey, who says the compa-
ny behind the commercial is aiming at
viewers ages 18 to 35 % ears. "I do not want
to sit and watch a sports event and have
my sons viewing commercials like that."
According to the council's website,
www.parentstelevisioncouncil.org, the
organization, founded in 1995, works to
promote and restore decency\ to the TV
industry because of America's demand
for positive, family-oriented program-
ming, while ensuring children are not
exposed to violence, obscene language,
and other elements on television.
"The goals for the council are to re-
port on the positive or negative impact
that primetime TV has on children,"Bai-
ley said.
"The PTC tries to have a successful


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OBITUARIES


WILLIAM MURRAY BROWN
Mr. William Murray -
Brown, 76, of Green Cove
Springs, FL, passed away
Saturday, June 25, 2005.
Born on March 21,1929 in Hart County,
GA, he worked for 37 years as a service
writer for Duval Motor Company. Mr.
Brown served during the Korean War in
the US Army and was of the Baptist faith.
He was preceded in deathfby his wife,
Jane Brown and son, Billyh3rown. Sur-
vivors include his daughter, Sheri
(Michael) Akers of Monticello, FL; sister,
JoAnn B. (Joe) Adams, GCS, FL; 4 grand-
children; 3 great-grandchildren; special
nephew,Jody; special niece-in-law, Evie;
nieces, Donna and Nancy; and his
beloved dog of 18 years, Barnie. Grave-
side services will be held at 11a.m. Thurs-
day, June 30, at Jacksonville Memory
Gardens with Reverend Charlie Hunt of-
ficiating. Arrangements are under the
care of Broadus-Raines & Pons Family
Funeral Home,.501 Spring St., Green
Cove Springs, FL (904) 284-4000.

JACK J. SCHNABEL
Mr.JackJ. Schnabel, 69,
passed away Monday, June
20, 2005, following an ex-
tended illness. Born in NYC,
he served in the AF in the Korean War. Mr.
Schnabel was a meteorologist and worked
for 40 years with the National Weather
Service, and for 19 years of his career,
served as the meteorologist in charge of
the National Weather Service in Jack-
sonvillle. He was an avid sailor. Survivors
include his wife Louise; children: Carol
Ann, Teri, and John; grandchildren Ash-.
ley and Christopher; siblings:Jane, Bea
and Paul; step-children: Renee and Gene.
A memorial service will be held Friday,
July 1, at 11 a.m. in St. Catherine's Catholic
Church, 1649 Kingsley Ave, Orange Park:
with Father CaesarRusso, official ing.

DONNA J. MUSGRAVE
Mrs. DonnaJ. Musgrave, 66, passed away
Tuesday, June 21,2005. Born in Vincennes,
IN, she moved to Middleburg last year. She
was a member of theJehovah's Witness.
Mrs. Musgrave was a Health Caregiver for
many years. She was preceded in death by
her son, Todd Patrick Musgrave, who
passed away five years ago. Survivors in-


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clude her husband, Larry Musgrave, Sr., 5
sons: LarryJr.Jeff, Kyle, Caleb and Derrick
Musgrave; and 10 grandchildren. A Memo-
rial service was held Saturday,June 25, in
the Chapel of Holly Hill Funeral Home
with Mr.James Harrison officiating.

LLOYD JASON REESE
Mr. LloydJason Reese, 88, born August
16,1916, a resident of Jacksonville, passed
away Thursday;June 16,2005, at the Com-
munity Hospice of Jacksonville. Mr. Reese
was a native of Greenville, SC coming to
Jacksonville 50 years ago from Atlanta,
GA. Lloyd was a mechanic in the Auto-
motive Industry and of the Baptist Faith.
He was. preceded in death by his wife,,
Frances Elizabeth Moody Reese; son, Nel-
son Howell Reese and sister, Shirley A.
Reese. Mr. Reese is survived by his son,
Bobby Reese, Orange Park; two daugh-
ters: MaryJaneJohnson, Logan, Georgia
and CathyJoan Reese, San Antonio, TX;
20 grandchildren and 30 great grandchil-
dren. Graveside services were held Thurs-
day,June 23, at Holly Hills Cemetery in
Middleburg:Arrangements by Helm Fu-
neral Home, Green Cove. Springs.

RUTH D. WHIPPLE
Mrs. Ruth D. Whipple, 85, born, March
29, 1920, a resident of Orange Park,
passed away June 20,2005, at the Moose-
haven Life Care Center. Ruth was native
of Epping, NH and came to Moosehaven
April 28,1994. She became affiliated with
the Loyal Order Moose when her hus-'
band Leslie Whipple joined Cape Anne,
MA Lodge #1471 on June 4,1930. Mrs.
Whipple worked as a housekeeper and
was of the Protestant Faith. She was pre-
ceded in death by her husband, Leslie
and is survived by her sister,'Mildred
Smith, Belmont, NH and one grand niece
Pam Stacy, Allentown, NH. Services will
be held in Hamihon. MA. Anr angemnents
by Hreh- Funeral H-ome

EDITH M. PETTY
Mrs. Edith M. Petty, 94, born,July 20,
1910, a resident of Orange Park, passed
awayJune 18, 2005, at the Moosehaven
Life Care Center. Edith was a native of
Shirley, IN coming to Moosehaven Sept.
21,1999. She became affiliated with the
Lo: al Order Of Moose i he ni shejoined
Mointicello. IN Chapter #1534 Nov. 16,


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WALTER F. BRANSON, "FRANK"
Mr. Walter E Branson, "Frank", of Or-
ange Pai k, FL. passed ait as June 20,2005,
after a baule with brain can cer Frank \,is
born in mJacksomn ille, FL on Sept. 6. 193s.
He wa- a iiieibei of (-)pei atin Engi-
neers Local 673. After his retremnent.
Frank became a dedicated c o in m u nit v
ad\oat.de ind spent coiintlss hoCr1s pier-
t or ming comminitiutT watchh and collccting
litter in his neig hboi hood and on Bland-
ing Bl d., in Orange Park. He ,as fond1i
known as the"Littei Gitter. Sur\ itors in-
chldehis I ,ife.Jeain:liis;tepchildren:Cliff
Parker R ith) and Diane Gash (\Ioody); 5
grandchildren, 4 great-grandchildren; his
mother, Lossie Ta) lor; brother, Bascom
Branson; sisters: Pegg Rogei sand Clau-
dia Smith. A memorial service was held
Saturday,June 25, at the Community Hos-
pice of Northeast FL Hadlow Center,
4266Sunbeam Rd.,Jack son\ ille, FL. In
lieu of flowers, it was Frank's wish for ran-
dom acts of kindness and donations to
Community Hospice of Northeast FL.

PAUL L. MOORE
Mr. Paul Louis Moore,
75, of Middleburg, passed
away Thursday, June. 23,
2005, at Roberts Care


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port, IN native had lived in Middleburg
for the past four years, coming from
Derry, NH, where he lived for 23 years. He
was a US Army veteran of World War II
and the Korean War as well as a member
of the'American Legion in Middleburg.
The past 50 yrs he was well respected and
honored for his accomplishments as a
salesman in the truck equipment indus-
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County Commission spends $1.2 million

to buy former Girl Scouts property


By Bob Henderson, Staff
bhenderson@jcpgroup.con

GREEN COVE SPRINGS- From camp-
grounds to roadways, from health in-
surance to solid waste disposal, the
Board of County Commissioners (BCC)
faced a smorgasbord of issues at its reg-
ular meeting Tuesday,June 28.
When the Girl Scouts' Gateway Coun-
cil decided to sell its Camp Chowenwaw
some months ago, the County was quick
to get on board and applied for a Florida
Communities Trust grant The applica-
tion was approved and the county, as its
matching funds, added$1.2 million in
"in-kind services."
With grant and the County's partic-
ipation; the total selling price for the
Black Creek front property is $4.3 mil-
lion. The BCC approved the purchase.
The Girl Scouts turned down more
lucrative offers from developers for
the 150-acre site, saying they wanted
the property to remain available to the
public, according to BJ. Hausman,
president of the Girl Scouts of Gate-
way Council.
INSURANCE MATTERS were not
so easily resolved.
For weeks, county officials have-
studied the possibility of changing
from self-insurance to a contract with
a provider. They have reviewed pro-
posals from Hillcrest Benefits (the self-
insured plan), Human and Blue Cross
Blue Shield. They talked to employees.
In the meantime, rumors.and mis-
information proliferated.
After hearing from several employ-.
ees and plan representatives, the Board
approved moving its employee health in-
surance plan to Blue Cross Blue Shield.-
- TRAFFIC PROBLEMS at U.S. 17
anr, d Ii state 291-1 were explored by
Jaiie_ Bnnctt tof the FloridaDepart-
ment of Transportation (FDO.QT). He
presented four proposals designed to


alleviate problems at the highly traf-
ficked interchange, but for various
reasons, discounted three of them.
The recommended proposal would:
Add two lanes on the northbound
U.S.17 from the dog track to the 1-295
entrance ramp;
Remain one-lane access from U.S.17
northbound to the southbound 1-295
entrance ramp, and
Would not widen the entrance
ramp.
Commissioners were not complete-
ly satisfied with the proposal and voted
to delay further consideration until
after the July 13 Transportation Advi-
sory Committee meeting.
PAUL BEMIS of Sustainable Re-
sources made a brief presentation to the
board in which he described a very high-
tech solid waste recovery system devel-
oped by his company. He said that any
type of solid waste -garbage, concrete
blocks, tires,refrigerators andtelevisions,
among others goes into one end of the
recovery equipment and comes out .the
other in some 70 saleable products.
Bemis described his program as,.
"...the beginning of the end of landfills
in the state of Florida."
The BCC authorized Commissioner
Pat McGovern to visit a plant under
constriction in Broward County. In ad-
dition, Environmental Services Deputy
Director DeWayne Igou, with the ap-
proval of Acting County Manager Rich
O'Connell, was permitted to accompa-
ny McGovern.
In related action, the Board ap-
proved universal pickup of solid waste
for the county. For county residents
not presently on a garbage route, it
means they will now have pickup avail-
able and will be charged a fee for the
sci' ice regardsi- of Whether they use -
the service. .
A tentative start date of 2007 is an-
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program. -
Baah was selected from an.a ppli-
cant pool of nearly 2,000 graduating
high school seniors nationwide who
applied for the scholarship, which is


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campaign to clean up the 'Family-Hour',"
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andTVp i.'_ amsaboutioffending miate-
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than 1 million in members and produces
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Head Start has room for more students


By Debbie Israel Messer, Staff
diisraeliJiesserijcpgroup.comi

ORANGE PARK Clay County. Kids
Council members heard local Head Start
Family Support Specialist Marti Drake re-
port there are still openings for young
children eligible for Head Start.
Theprogramisrunning this summerand
willhavefallclassesaswell.HeadStartisfund-
ed for 137 children and will start accepting
dlildcen for fall icT'Jtismion this% ,ek-
(Cl'\ C-ount) 's Head Sti t programs
are administered by Episcopal Chil-
dren's Services (ECS) located in Jack-
sonville. Clay County programs are
located throughout the county with sites
in Green Cove Springs, Orange Park,
Middleburg and Keystone Heights..,
Not a childcare or babysitting service,
Head Start aims to help pre-school chil-
dren become "ready to learn" for kinder-
garten. The program is open to 3 to 5 year
olds and designed to spur school readi-
ness through child development.
The programs run from 8 am to 2 pm
Monday through Friday. No transportation
is provided.Health screenings, family servic-
es and referrals are offered. Services are pro-
vided for the special needs of children with
physical, mental or emotional disabilities
Teachers in the program help stu-
dents learn basic academic skills as well
as social skills. Funded by the federal
government through the Department of
Health and Human Services, Head Start
has a proven record of accomplishment
in accelerating children's skills.
A 2001 study by the Department
demonstrated that record by showing
gains for students arriving in fall and
testing in the spring. Those students'
scores for such items showed "substan-
tial increases in word knowledge, letter
recognition, math skills, and writing


OBITUARIES firo pate A-15
Squire. He is survived by his wife of 41
years, Bernie Moore, Middleburg; 2
daughters: Michele (Michael) Fritschy,
Sterling, MA, Donna Kay Daugherty,
CO Springs, CO; son, Paul Moore, Mid-
dleburg; grandchildren: Rachel,Jessi-
ca and Michael Fritschy, Sterling;
cousins: Albert & Ina Rife, CA. Ser-
vices were held Saturda. June 25, at
theJohnson-Overturf Funeral Home
Sith R-\v.Joseph Spriinger office iiriing
\\ith miriih-an\ ho0nors.Donat(ionscaln be
made to: Robi it sHospie(..t (. cnitei,
6400 St.Johns Ave. Palatka, FL 32177

GERTRUDE WOODHAM
Mrs. Gertrude Woodham entered
into eternal rest on the evening of
Th ii sdL June 23, 2005,as Johnnie
Gertrude "Gertie" Carter Woodham,
widow of James H. Woodham. Her


in TV today. -. a chapter are only open to residents
Bailey will be re- living in Clay and other Northeast
sponsible for organiz- Florida counties.
ing, recruiting, and Bailey wants parents to know
signing up new mem- about the alerts that are placed oil
bers for the PTC. He thePTC'swebsiteinformingthemof
will also report to the V inapproprialeplgranuninig.Wlhile
nationalofficetokeep b lrowsing the iebsite. thle piibli cain
the organization as read about the new commercials or
up-to-date as possible TV programs that are either appro-
about membership private or inappropriate for their chil-
trends at hde chapter. dren.
"The nev, chapte is Doug Bailey "Inappropriate entertainment
only -on the ground oug couldconcernprogramming spon-
floor," Bailey said. "It is scored by inappropriate commer-
only in the first 30 days of operation and is cials," Bailey said. "Inappropriate
trying to recruit new members at this commercials can be just as offensive as tel-.
tilne." Menlbei ship into thiecoincilisf rec, e.\ision il raims."
said Bailc\. wc also encou gcs peopilet t Baile\ \ho lhas two sons, ages 11 and13,
make donation 1 mIillberships fio this livedinVirginiabefore moving to theJack--


skills in comparison to iiatiton.tl I is"
The program is free for qualified stu-
dents. Parents need to be able to provide
birth certificate and income information
to determine qualifications. Qualifica-
tions depend upon the number of people
in the family compared to income as well
as the special needs of the children.
For example, a family offour with an in-
come of $18,850 can qualify. (which trans-
lates to an full-time hourly wage rate of
$9.06). Many families in Clay County quali-
fy for the program but have not used it
According to Drake, parents are en-
couraged to contact Head Start even if
they think they are not qualified as other
services may be available.
To learn more about the program,
parents or guardians can call any of the
offices listed below or apply through the
ECS website at www.ecs4kids.org.


Head Start sites

Gingerbread Head Start
30 Knightboxx Road
Ori nge Pauk. Florida 32065
Phone- (904) 213-3080

Green Cove Springs Head Start
1107 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
Green Coxe Springs. Florida 32443
Phone: (904) 529-1150(

Keystone Heights Head Start
5391 S. W. Peach Sntee
Keystone Heiglhs, Florida 32656
Phone: (352) 47,3-9496i

Middleburg Head Start
25f)06Blanding Blvh'd.
Middleburg. Florida 32068
Phone: 90 4) 291-5472


residence was Goose Creek,.SC. A for-
'iier resident of Orange Park for 20
years, Mrs. Woodham was born Dec.
17,1917 in Ridgeville, SC. She was the
daughter of the late John Carter and
Revecca Ahl Carter and a homemak-
er. She is survived by a son, Ralph E.
(Willa)Walters, Goose Creek; daugh-
ter,Johnnie W. (Richard) Long, Sa-
vannah, GA; 2 sisters: Elma Maxwell,
Asheville, NC & Queenie Engleberg,
Ridgeville, SC; 2 brothers: Burnett
Ahl, Rildg- ille. SC, Pete Ahl, St.
George, SC. She is also survived by
seven grandchildren and nine'great
grandchildren. Services were held at
the Graveside in Riverview Memorial
Park on Sunday, June 26. Arrange-
ments byJ. Henry Stuhr, Inc. Green-
ridge Road Chapel. In lieu of flowers,
memorials may be made to Low
Country Alzheimer's Assoc. P.O. Box
80459, Charleston, SC 29416.


sonville area about 15 years ago. He says he
has to constantly keep up with what his kids
watch and listen to on TV and radio. This
is just one reason why he has come to like
what the PTC is doing in thetelevision net-
works across the United States.
"I do it for my kids and for children as a
whole," Bailey said, when asked why he
gives his time to the organization.
"We're not for censorship of TV
programs," said Bailey. "We're just for re-
sponsible broadcasting of the local and na-
tional stations."
For more information about the Par-
ents Television Council or how to become
a member, visit the national website at
www.parentstv.org or contact Doug Bailey
at his e-mail address: jacksonvillechap-
ter@parentstv.org or his phone number:
(888)372-3808.,


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Middleburg
282-7777
Pastor Melvin Register
KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST CHURCH
Dan Hughes, Pastor
6289 Mary Dot Lane
Starke, FL 32091
Sunday School 9:45
Sunday Worship 11 a.m. & 7 p.m.
Wednesday Prayer Service 7 p.m.
LIVING WATERS OF MIDDLEBURG
Dennis Mills, Pastor
5118 County Road 218 West
291-0704
MADEIRA BAPTIST
Dr. Jerry Robinson, Pastor
1650 Blanding, Middleburg
291-1880
MAXVILLE ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Rev. Linda Adkins
9140 Hwy. 301, Mxvl 289-9727 .
MIDDLEBURG CHURCH OF GOD
2728 Howard Rd.
282-2957
MIDDLEBURG PRESBYTERIAN
Rev.'John Nicolson
4564 Rosemary St.
282-0130
MIDDLEBURG UNITED METHODIST
Rev. Bob Wannall
3825 Main St.
282-5589
MORNING STAR FAMILY CHURCH
Pastor Tom Croft
3900 Main St.
282-3393


NEW INDEPENDENT CHURCH OF GOD
4360 Longmire Rd.
OAK GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. Delton Kilpatrick
CR 215, Middleburg
282-2984.
SALVATION ARMY
2795 CR220
276-6677
SOUTH MIDDLEBURG BAPTIST CHURCH
Calvin Childers. Pastor
4565 Alligator Blvd.
282-9134
ST. LUKE'S CATHOLIC CHURCH
1606 Blanding Blvd.
282-0439
ST. PETER'S LUTHERAN
1614 Blanding Blvd.
282-8876
VINEYARD CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP
Ron Stephans
P.O. Box 862 or 3114 CR 220
904-282-0310

DOCTORS INLET

DOCTORS INLET CHURCH OF GOD
Chris Oliver
144 Old Jennings Rd.
272-0919
FELLOWSHIP BIBLE CHURCH
Rev. Gary Shilling
2827 CR 220
RIVERS OF LIFE MINISTRIES
Skip & Sheilah Ryan
P.O. Box 324 D.I. 32030
272-5433
LAKESIDE COMMUNITY CHURCH
Pastor Craig Bowen
564 Tara Farms Dr. (across from Doctors Inlet
Elementary near College Dr & CR 220)
272-3302
FAITH WESLEYAN CHURCH
582 Plantation Dr. (College Dr. extended south
from CR 220)
272-1754
Rev. Stephen Valliere, pastor
9:30 Sunday School, 10:45 Worship and
6 p.m. Wed. 7 p.m.

GREEN COVE SPRINGS

CELEBRATION FELLOWSHIP CHURCH
806 Oak St.
284-1570
CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP CHURCH.
Paul Salazar, Pastor
506 So. Highland Ave.
284-5936
CHURCH OF CHRIST
Glenn Logston & Claude McEldowney
479 Houston St.
284-1858
CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST
703 Middleburg Ave.
CONGREGATION HOLINESS CHURCH
Rev. Ronnie Surrency ,
Hwy. 16 Home 284-5913
CROSSROAD LUTHERAN MEETS AT
THUNDERBOLT ELEMENTARY
2020 Thunderbolt Dr., '
Fleming Island Plantation
Rev. James Graeser
264-6575
DECOY BAPTIST CHURCH
Bobby Baker
671 Decoy Rd.
284-5223
DEFENDER'S MINISTRY
Rev. Dave Talbot
FAITH BAPTIST TEMPLE
Rev. Henry Bowen
4330 CR-15A
FIRST AFRICAN BAPTIST CHURCH
433 Palmetto Ave. 284-5490
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
615 Walnut St.
284-9231
Pastor Anselmo Castano


FIRST HAITIAN CHURCH
. : ,, ,. i,. ,,
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FIRST UNITED PENTECOSTAL
Rev. D.A. Dodge, Pastor
5945 Hwy 17 S.
Green Cove Springs, FL 32043
Sun. @ 2 p.m.; Thurs. @ 7 pm.
1-888-356-6991 for more info.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Rev. W Hunter Camp, 11
Gum St. at U.S. 17
284-9261"
FIRST UNITED METHODIST
Eric M. Young
500 Walnut St.
284-9700
FLEMING ISLAND UNITED
METHODIST CHURCH
Rev. Brian Fowler
7170 Highway 17
284-3366
GRACE MISSIONARY BAPTIST
4411 Springbank Rd., GCS
Brother Spurgeon Hayes Pastor
Sun. School 10- 11 a.m.
Worship Service 11 Noon
Sunday Eve. 6 p.m. 7:30 p.m. p
Wed. Eve. 6,:30 p.m. -7:30 p.m.
Thursday. Eve. 6:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m.
GREEN COVE SPRINGS CHURCH OF GOD
3218 U.S. 17 N.*284-6916 .
HARBOR BAPTIST CHURCH
Samuel Jewell, Pastor
1120 Clay St. at Hwy 17
Green Cove Springs
529-5229
HICKORY GROVE BAPTIST
Pastor Garrett Hays
Oakridge Ave. 284-3311
LAKE ASBURY BAPTIST CHURCH
Troy Grant
2674 Henley Rd. 282-7079
LIVING WATERS WORSHIP CENTER
1104 Idlewild Ave.
KINGDOM OF GOD IN CHRIST
Elder Scott
1205 Houston St.
MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. Johnny Bryant
1315 East St.
SM. PLEASANT BAPTIST "
Rev. Robert L. Wright
1300 MLK Blvd.
.284-9431
MT. ZION A.M.E. CHURCH
549 Palmetto Ave.
ONE VETERANS CRUSADE FOR CHRIST
Rev. Darcey Moser, Jr.
2001 Deel Rd.
ORANGE AVE. BAPTIST
Dr. H. Mark Nicholson
1106 N. Orange Ave.
284-3937
RUSSELL BAPTIST
2299 Sandridge Rd., GCS
Lake Asbury
284-3951
ST. JOSEPH BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. Embry Bradley -
P.O. Box 1042
ST. MARGARET'S EPISCOPAL
Father Ken Herzog
Old Church Rd., Hibernia
284-3030
ST. MARY'S EPISCOPAL
Rev. Chris Martin
400 St. Johns Ave.
284-5434
SHARON SOUTHERN BAPTIST CHURCH
5584 Sharon Rd.
284-0046
TRINITY BAPTIST CHURCH
Deacon Bruce Butler
P.O. Box 534
BEULAH BAPTIST
Rev. Wescoat Holloway
4579 SR-21
Sun. Sch. 9:45a.m./Churchl1l:00 a.m.
529-9530


SHILOH BAPTIST CHURCH
Pastor Keith Stewart
CR 226 284-9044
FIRST BLACK CREEK BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. Bobby Register 3904 Hwy. 16 W.
529-9084
PENNEY COMMUNITY CHURCH
"Interdenominational"
Plhng & Caroline Blvd.
284-8200
SUNRISE BAPTIST CHURCH
1015 Idlewild Ave., Green Cove Springs
Sunday Sch 9:30 a.m., Worship 10:30 a.m.,
Wed. 7 p.n.
SACRED HEART CATHOLIC CHURCH
Father Donal Sullivan
7190 Hwy 17, Green Cove Springs
Sunday services
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS

CHRIST EVANGELICAL
LUTHERAN CHURCH
Rev. Todd Engel, Pastor
3760 SR 21, KH
Sunday worship 9:15 a.m., Worship 10:30 a.m.
Wed. Bible hour 6:30
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
OF KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
Hwy. 100
FRIENDSHIP BIBLE CHURCH
Rev. Lloyd Greene, Pastor
1155 Orchid Avenue
(Corner Hwy. 21 & Orchid Ave.)
Keystone Heights, FL 32656
352473-2713
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Hwy. 21
473-0602
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD
SR 100 High Ridge Estates
KEYSTONE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Jamie Westlake, Pastor
Hwy. 21 S.
473-3829
ORANGE PARK

ABUNDANTJOYCHRISIANFELLOWSHIP
999 Blanding Blvd.
213-0048
Pastor Rev. Donald F. Taylor
APOSTOLIC LIGHTHOUSE
OF MIDDLEBURG
Pastor M. David Goodman
4182 CR 218 Suite 6
Middleburg, Fl 32068
Sunday Worship 11:00 am/Wed. 7:00 pm
(904) 298-1443 or (904) 945-9663
ARGYLE BAPTIST
Dr. Ken Dyal
8165 Argyle Forest Blvd.
ASBURY UNITED METHODIST
CHURCH OF ORANGE PARK
Rev. Linda Standifer
16 College Dr.
272-0110
BAHA'I
269-3206
BE READY MINISTRIES
F ;,.' C. ,,; I I,. ;.1 F ,.1I., I,; ,
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Across From Grove Park Elem on Miller &
Gano.
264-6791, 778-1869, 800445-9955
BEREAN BAPTIST CHURCH
Dr. Tom Neal
4459 U.S. Hwy. 17 S.
BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH
Dr. Paul Fowler, Pastor
3060 Moody Rd.
BIBLE BELIEVERS
Christian Fellowship
Pastor Curtis A.Beckeles Sr.
2106 ParkAvenue
269-2423
BUCKMAN BRIDGE
UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST SOCIETY
http://www.bbuus.org
P.O. Box 844
Orange Park, FL 32067
276-3739 .


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CALVARY ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Pastor Lamar Jacks
9 Knight Boxx Rd.
272-5774
CALVARY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
S112 Blanding Blvd.
Rev. Roy Harris
272-4210
CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH
942 Oak Lane
Pastor Johnny Thomas 276-9099
CHRISTIAN FAITH CENTER
922B Blanding'Blvd.
Wendell A. Shaw, Minister Mark Sellers,
Minister
276-0130
CHRISTIAN LIFE CENTER
Meets Sunday at 2:00 at Wilson Inn on Collins.
Road
CHURCH AT THE ISLAND
F.I. Elementary, Lakeshore Dr. E.
10 a.m. Sunday
Teaching Pastor: Russell Franklin
541-0092
FAITH COMMUNITY CHURCH OF GOD
J.A. Jones, Pastor
DeBarry & Gano
264-7540
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
OF ORANGE PARK
Dr. Walter E. Bennett, Interim Pastor
1140 Kingsley Ave.
264-2351
FIRST CHRISTIAN
CHURCH OF ORANGE PARK
Dr. Bob Bole, Pastor
2876 Moody Rd.
272-1250
FLEMING ISLAND
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Dr. Jim Weldon Jr., Pastor
1743 CR 220, Orange Park
553-8493
GOOD SAMARITAN EPISCOPAL CHURCH
1146 Blanding Blvd.
272-3111
GOOD SHEPHERD EVANGELICAL
LUTHERAN CHURCH
Jonathan Kuske, Pastor
6551 Argyle Forest
10:30 a.m. Worship Service


GRACE EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Rev. Samuel C. Pascoe
245 Kingsley Ave.
264-9981
HIBERNIA BAPTIST CHURCH
Meets at Paterson Elementary School- Pastor,
Scott Yirka
ia ,.4 ,., 704-5965
HERITAGE BAPTIST
4325 Hwy. 17 S.
269-2405
INTERNATIONAL
BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH -
Pastor Ronmeo Cerico
2001 Belhaven Drive (off College Drive)
., *,',- F ,,I
,.j ,., .. t Prayer Fellowship
10:30 am/Worship 11:00 am
ISLAND VIEW BAPTIST CHURCH
Dr. WM. Scott Conner
900 Hwy. 17
264-6411
LAKESIDE CHURCH OF CHRIST
Mike King, Minister
2539 Moody Rd.
264-2463
LIVING WORD COMMUNITY CHURCH-
512 Kingsley Ave. 10:30 a.m. service
904-264-8133
Pastor Eric Jaffe
www.lwcconline.org
MOOSEHAVEN CHAPEL
278-1210

ADVENT LUTHERAN CHURCH
2156 Loch Rane Blvd.
Pastors: David E. Winter
Robert Hale
272-6370


NEW HORIZONS ORANGE PARK
Terry Muntalain, Pastor
Meets at OP HS Cafeteria
Sunday 9 am.
Bible Study 10:30 am.
OAK LEAF BAPTIST CHURCH
Pastor Robert Ball
1980 Wells Road (near Toys R Us).
213-9894 ,
ORANGE PARK CHURCHOF CHRIST


ORANGE PARK UNITED
METHODIST CHURCH
Lee Ann Inman, Pastor
', ,,,- ,, .. 1 (1:00

264-2241
ORANGE PARK ASSEMBLY OF GOD .
Allan Wiggins, Pastor
Services 10:30 a.m. & 6 p.m.
1324 Kingsley Ave.
264-5961 -
ORANGE PARK CHURCH
OF THE NAZARENE
3212 Moody Rd.
269-5623
ORANGE COVE SEVENTH-DAY
ADVENTIST CHURCH
Dave Swinyar, Pastor
4501 US Hwy 17 South
269-2607
ORANGE PARK PRESBYTERIAN
Rev. Tim Roberts
1.. :.:I,,-,, .1 ', ,. ..... l l1 :00am

1905 Park Avenue
264-0536
www.oppresby.com -
RIDGEWOOD BAPTIST
Dr. Hal Fletcher
939 Blanding Blvd.
272-3791
SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH
David Swinyer, Pastor
4501 U.S. 17S.
269-2607
ST. CATHERINE'S CATHOLIC CHURCH
1649 Kingsley Aye.
264-0577
ST. GILES PRESBYTERIAN
Troy Lewis,,Pastor
116 Foxridge Dr.
272-1244
ST. JAMES AME CHURCH
Alesia Scott-Ford, Pastor
504 Mclntosh Ave.
278-7037
Sunday Service 11 a.m.
NEW BEGINNINGS CHRISTIAN
FELLOWSHIP
Pastor Jerry Larkford
1134 Blanding Blvd. 272-1017
VINEYARD CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP
OF ORANGE PARK
109 Industrial Loop. N
Orange Park, Fl. 32073
276-7642

CLAY HILL

CLAY HILL BAPTIST
6054 CR-218, Maxville 289-9292
LAKE ASBURY
BAPTIST CHURCH
Pastor Skipper Smith
Lake Asbury Comm. Center

JACKSONVILLE

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Established Since 1942
1049 Crestwood St. Jax, FL-764-7639
Sunday Service 5pm
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Section A-18


CITIZENS from page A-1


At this meeting, they had two commis-"
sioners present but due to meeting notice
requirements of Florida's Sunshine Law,
the second commissioner, Harold Rut-
ledge was prevented from making com-
ments or answering questions. -
Before answering questions, McGovern
read a prepared statement, apologizing for
doing so, explaining he had requested a
review of the remarks by State Attorney
Harry Shorstein and the U.S. Attorney.
His presentation to the crowd addressed
the ever present issue of dumping, the
county commissioners' response to the
issue, and his personal sense of betrayal
with regard to Arthur Ivey.
McGovern laid the dump problem at
Ivey's feet throughout the presentation but
acknowledged he believed the answers
given by Ivey when McGovern asked about
required permits.
His portrayal of Ivey, as commissioners


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knew him, was of a department head that
was accomplishing sig nifiaiunt ains for
the count. He said befo:)e uhe.v was publhI
woi ksdirector the counrv had been pa\ ing
t"-7 miles of road per )Nea r"and altei leN
became director, "21 miles were paved the
first year." .
Pointed questions aboui process and
communication within the county be-.
tween cominissioners, the county man-
ager and department heads were hurled,
at McGovern.
Questioned about his loyalty to former
County Manager Bob Wilson, McGovern
responded,"I don't know what he knew and
when he knew it. I didn't think there was a
problem. I thoughthe was on top of it."
Asked specifically aboutBlueJay Drive
Bridge, McGovern said he asked Ivey about
permits needed for the bridge at which
point Ivey told him because the county was
installing drainage culverts permits from
the St.Johns River Water Management
District (SJRWMD) were not needed.


"Shame on me, I believed him. Do you
know what a truck of concrete costs or a
six-foot pipe costs? I don't, I believed him,
shame on me," said McGovern.
The actual costs of dumping were a
topic of interest for several questioners.
McGovern told the crowd there is no way to
know what the costs will be until the inves-
tigations are done but h6'saidbased upon
borings at the site and the paperwork asso-
ciated with the dumping he believed the
costs would be no more than $6 million.
McGovern stated the commission "got
hurt badly in not saying anything at the be-
ginning."
His explanation for that inaction was that,
initially, the commissioners were told by in-
vestigators to not say anything. Secondarily,
they thought arrests were "forthcoming."
"The longer we wait the more people
get frustrated," said McGovern, adding
that he is asked often "why are you wait-
ing?" responding, "When there is enough
evidence to indict you indict, sometimes


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June 30, 2005
they cut deals."
At one point in the meeting. a member
of the media became part of dhedisc ussioin.
Local reporter Susan Clark Armtsnong
went to the microphone reminding Mc-
Govern that earlier in the evening he told a
questiofier that had he known about Ivey's
actions prior to when the commission was
informed he would have taken action.
Clark Armstrong asked McGovern why
two of her phone calls about dumping, in
advance of Ivey's resignation, went unan-
swered, followed by a question as to
whether his wife had ever driven a car pro-
vided by the sheriff.
McGovern paused before answering,
saying that when she wants to ask a ques-
tion in the future could she do it "publicly
so we both have a record of that."
To the question about his wife, McGov-
ern said the answer to that question was
"emphatically, no."
Jane Padgett, who moderated the
evening's meeting, asked the crowd to be
"respectful" to McGovern saying however
this is o(u1 foluL ie, :- :,ire i no thiee
111111 1t[e les, o ards fill i ll:d lO
s ireaning of questioners."
Bevo in th duip inCp iss re, rldiene
Ie ngbers t\ank c-d to k.no" \\ Ieher die lees
paid to tihe ,t l obt bl)\ is.t. Joih Thiiasih-
ci. \,Tc rib th e moni Mi ei ern usaid
[h.it iln son Mlonl (ths. "lNo," but "\vhen
in.ed acce.;,o iothe i- \oI di ti Ie- iolile\.



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holiday times
Clay Today Staff
Towns in Clay Counitv .ue reseLihng
their houtirs and garbage collection
times due to the Fourth ofJuilI holiday.
Orange Park There will be
garbage 'trash or i ecyvcling picked ip
NMonday'. Garbage will he picked up
Tuesday and Monda 's recycling will
be doneon Monday.Ju] II. The coin-
mei cial route will be 11in as normal.
Green CoveSprings- The garbage.
recncling and wil run as scheduled on
Monday. Call 529-222) for Green Cove
Springs police on Mondae.
Keysione Heights-Gai bage pick-
iil) normal on Monday will be done
on Tuesday at die same hours.







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Dimmock joins Clay Today as

Fleming Island correspondent


By Trisha Cormeny, Staff


FLEMING ISLAND- A
Clay County woman experi-
enced in telling others about
her community is joining the
staff of Clay Today as a Flem-
ing Island correspondent.
Amy Dimmock, who had Amy Dimm
previously been the publisher
and editor of Community Living, said she is ex-
cited about starting a new adventure.
"I'm really excited," Dimmock said. "We
can let people know what's going on." ,
But being a Clay Today correspondent is,
not all Dimmock plans to do.
"I enjoy writing children's stories," Dim-
mock said about her other passion. "Every-
thing I've written so far is the picture-type of
stories. I've always liked writing. The one
thing I remember saying to my mom was that
I wanted to be a journalist when I grew up."
The Wisconsin native earned a bachelor's


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degree in management and psychology
from Ripon College and continued her
education at the University of Wiscon-
sin-Madison with a graduate degree in
industrial relations.
"My dad started a newspaper in Wis-
consin in the 1950's, so it's kind of a
family affair," said Dimmock, who
worked for Exxon in Louisiana for five
k years before opening her own gift busi-
ness, The Gift Spot, inside Walnut
Street Shop in Green Cove Springs:
"Community Living" published its last edi-
tion in June. Dimmock, who's looking for-
ward to a change of pace, said she hopes to
continue writing about the area, which she
now calls home.
"Hopefully I can think of things in this
area that people will be interested in," said
Dimmock. "With Community Living, we
had a really good. response and I hope that
continues with Clay Today."
Dimmock and her husband live in Eagle Harbor
and have one child.


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RPM Automotive recently opened its doors on East-West Parkway.



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FLEMING ISLAND- RPM automotives is Another new location for the RPM enter-
lending a hand to those people with minor prise is in Julington Creek in Mandarin. That
car troubles that often plague a busy lifestyle. location opened its doors in late August of
" Since it opened April 18, business has 2003, according to the website.
boomed at the automotive repair shop. The Fleming Island location has only been
that sits right behind the Super ..
Wal-Mart on SR 220. -
"Business has been very good."I .
said Skip Trahan, manager of the .. :
Fleming Island RPM location. This
is the newest of five locations.
spanning all the way from Ortega
to the Avenues.
The Corporate office resides at
the Avenues location, and that is
where Trahan worked prior to the
Fleming Island opening.
"We do basic car repairs," said
Trahan, emphasizing the fact that
RPM does not offer body and
frame repairs, just everyday, bur- '.-. .' -..
densome problems.
RPM Automotive offers servic- According to Skip Trahan. manager of the Fleming Is-
es in brakes, alignments, air condi- land RPt location, customerswill nowbe able to have
tioning. all the way up to engine basic car repairstaken care of.
replacement.
There is no model or make specifications, around for a few months, but so far it has
Trahan said, although a Mazda specialist is on seen much success, said Trahan.
hand at the Fleming Island location. With an IHOP under construction next
The RPM Automotive business has door, he 'aid, RPM Automotive looks to-
been serving Jacksonville and the sur- ward bright future with many new cus-
rounding area for more than 20 years, ac- tomers, says Trahan.
cording to the company's website,
www.rpmautlmotive.com. The corporate RPM Automotive, located at 1807 East-
office and repair location by the Avenues West'Parkway, car be reachedat 278-52,52.4


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Wal-Mart awards scholarships to local graduates


By Amy Dimmock, Correspondent
Thanks to the Fleming Island Wal-Mart,
two local 2005 graduates will have some fi-
nancial assistance when they enter college
this fall. Fleming Island High School graduate
John Brock Milford and Clay High School
graduate Jessica Robbins were recently cho-
sen to receive the Sam Walton Community
Scholarship through'the Fleming Island Wal-
Mart, Funded by the Wal-Mart & SAM'S
CLUB Foundation, Milford and.Robbins will
each receive an award of $1000 to be used
during the 2005-06 academic year toward ed-
ucational expenses.


Jessica Robbins John Brock Milford
Milford, who will be a freshman at Rollins
College, plans to major in English. While at
FIHS, he was a member of the National Honor


Society, received Outstanding Achievement in
AP Literature and AP English Language and was
also named Principal's Scholar.
Robbins plans to study Business Man-
agement and Culinary Arts at the Universi-
ty of North Florida. At CHS she
participated in Varsity Cheerleading, Na-
tional Honor-Society ahd Beta Club. She
received the Bright Futures Scholarship and
Principal's Award while finishing in the top
ten percent of her class. Robbins served as
a volunteer with Pop Warner Cheerleading,
the Clay County food bank and assisted at
Paterson Elementary School's carnival and
cheerleading camps.


Fleming Island Wal-Mart Assistant Manag-
er Bonnie Knowles said that students inter-
ested in applying for the Sam Walton
Community Scholarship must submit an ap-
plication by the deadline set by Wal-Mart,
which she said is usually in early February of
each year. Students chosen typically receive
notification in June, with checks issued in
early August.
Other Clay County recipients include-2005
Orange Park High School graduate Andrew
Bachelor and 2005 Ridgeview High School grad-
uate Carrie Smith, who will each receive a
$1000 scholarship through the Wal-Mart locat-
ed at 661 Blanding Boulevard in Orange Park.


Career Center relocating

WorkSource announces new location in Clay County


Special to Clay Today

FLEMING ISLAND WorkSource, the re-
gional workforce development organization,
has announced the relocation of its Clay
County Career Center to the Fleming Island.
Business Park.
The new address is 1845 Town Center
Blvd. Building 150, Orange Park 32003. The
phone, number for the center remains the
same: (904) 213-3888.
The Center provides services to job seekers,


including job leads, information on filing unem-
ployment claims, access to labor market and
salary information, assessments and a comput-
er resource room for updating, resumes and
conducting internet research.
With this new center, WorkSource cre-
ates a presence near the growth in Clay
County, greatly enhancing its capacity to
serve the local community. WorkSource
also provides services for business, which will
be able to post openings, access labor mar-
ket information, and arrange on-site recruit-


ing events at the new location. Last year,
more than 20,000 job postings from employ-
ers were received throughout the six-coun-
ty region WorkSource serves.
"We are pleased to be able to offer a
great location to the workforce in Clay
County," said Bruce Ferguson, CEO of
WorkSource. "Our new facility provides
more space to our customers, and increas-
es our capacity to serve Clay County busi-
nesses. We anticipate a lot of traffic through
the center."


WorkSource, operated by First Coast
Workforce Development, Inc., is responsible
for providing a trained workforce to the
16,200 employers in Baker, Clay, Duval, Nas-
sau, Putnam, and St. Johns Counties. First
Coast Workforce Development administers
an annual budget of more than $15 million.
The organization's corporate offices will re-
main in the current Loch Rane Blvd. location.
For more information on-WorkSource's
services, visit their website at www.work-
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In July, Pili Pili brings its Caribbean Island
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Golf Classic at Eagle Harbor benefits Tuberous Sclerosis


By Horace Davis, Staff


FLEMING ISLAND On Saturday, June
25 Eagle Harbor Golf Club hosted the 5th an-
nual Golfer's.Charity Classic to benefit the
Tuberous Sclerosis Alliance.
Event organizer Bill Brown along with 23
golfers hit the links as rain fell sporadically
throughout the afternoon but the persistent
rain was no match for the golfers as they en-
joyed a day of golf.
The event was originally scheduled for
Saturday, June I I but was postponed
when the First Coast felt the remnants of
Arlene, the states first officialhurricane of
the season.. -
"Yes we have more rain today but we
are going, to get in on," said Bill Brown.
"This is our fifth year doing the event and
we've raised just over $25K in the previous
four, our turnout hasn't been whatwas
first expected but we will continue on."
Joining Brown in making the event possi-
ble was sponsorship from Peter and Mary
Aveni who are owners of PostNet in Flem-
ing Island, Aaron Bello owner of Beef 0'
Brady's on Park Ave. Bello provided lunch
and dinner for the event and Starbucks Or-
ange Park Mall location store manager Ed-
ward Deskovic provided refreshments
throughout the day.
SBill Brown knows first hand the effects
of the rare multi-system genetic disease
also called TSC. His. grandson Matthew
was diagnosed with the rare disease at the
tender age of four and continues to battle
the symptoms.
Matthew, now 22-years of age, was sched-
uled to be at the event but complications
from the disorder on the day of the event
caused him to miss the fundraiser.
What is Tuberous Sclerosis Complex? It
is a rare, multi-system genetic disease that.
causes benign tumors to grow in the brain
and on other vital organs such as the kid-



Citizens

recognized

Special t-, Clay Tud.ay

FLEMING ISLAND- Citizens to Save
Black Creek Ravines Conservation Area
received an award June 25 from the
Florida Wildlife Federation as its Land
Conservation Organization of the Year.
The Black Creek Ravines Conserva-
tion Area, encompassing 974 acres in Clay
County, is owned by the St. Johns River
Water Management District. It protects
more than three miles of riparian habitat
and flood plain. Species this land protects
include, gopher tortoises, bald eagles, go-
pher frogs, otters and pine snakes.
Suzanne Lyda and Dawyn Boyer have
devoted time and resources to save this
area from being dissected by a road, say
conservation officials.
For its efforts, the Florida Wildlife
Federation has named Citizens to Save
Black Creek Ravines Conservation Area
as the Land Conservation Organization
of the Year for 2005.


neys, heart, eyes, lungs, and skin. It com-
monly affects the central nervous system
and results in a combination of symptoms
including seizures, developmental delay, be-
havioral problems, skin abnormalities, and
kidney disease.
The disorder affects as many as 25,000 to
40,000 individuals in the United States and
about I to 2 million individuals worldwide,
with an estimated prevalence of one in 6,000
newborns. TSC occurs in all races and ethnic
groups, and in both genders.
TSC may be present at birth, but signs of
the disorder can be subtle and full symptoms
may take some time to develop. As a result,
TSC is frequently unrecognized and misdiag-
nosed for years.
TSC can affect any or all systems of
the body, causing a variety of signs and
symptoms. In addition to benign tumors
that frequently occur in TSC, other
common symptoms include seizures,
mental retardation, behavior problems,
and skin abnormalities. Tumors can
grow on any organ, but they most com-
monly occur .on the brain, kidneys.
heart, lungs, and skin. Malignant tumors
are rare in TSC. Those that do occur
primarily affect the kidneys.
Although there is no cure for TSC
treatment is available for a number of the'
symptoms. Antiepileptic drugs may be
used to control seizures, and medications


may be prescribed for be-
havior problems. Interven-
tion programs including
special schooling and occu-
pational therapy may bene-
fit individuals with special
needs and developmental
issues. Surgery including
dermabrasion and laser
treatment may be useful
for treatment of skin le-
sions. Because TSC is a life-
long condition, individuals
need to be regularly moni-
tored by a doctor to make
sure they are receiving the
best possible treatments.
Due to the many varied
symptoms of TSC. care by
a clinician experienced
with the disorder is rec-
ommended.
With the grim outlook of
the disease there is hope.
The prognosis for individuals
with TSC depends on the
severity of symptoms, which


range from mild skin
abnormalities to vary-
ing degrees of learning
disabilities and epilepsy
to severe mental retar-
dation, uncontrollable
seizures, and kidney
failure. Those individu-
als with mild symptoms
generally do well and
live long productive
lives, while individuals
with the more severe
form may have serious
disabilities.
In rare cases.
seizures, infections, or
tumors in vital organs
may cause complica-
tions in some organs
such as the kidneys and
brain that can lead to
severe difficulties and
even death. However,
with appropriate med-
ical care, most individu-
als with the disorder
can look forward to
normal life expectancy.
To learn more infor-
mation about Tuberous
Sclerosis visit www.tsal-
Ihance.org


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Section A-22 CLAYTODAY.BIZ


S ARRESTS


POLICE BRIEFS


The Clay County Sheriffs office
announced the following arrests for
June 23-28

Agee, Thomas:'dui
Arnold, Steve: knowingly driving while li-
cense suspended/revoked
Asbell, Theresa: writ of attachment
Baxley, Gary: battery
Bell, Charlie: domestic battery
Bell, James: petit theft, contributing to
delinquency, redelivering leased property
Bellamy, Edward: battery
Butler, Michael: trespassing after warning,
restating w/o violence
Cabrera, Juan no valid driver's license
Cain, Cheryl: domestic battery, resisting
w/o violence
Carlson, Laura: domestic battery, assault
Carswell, Jonathan: poss. of cocaine
Caseja, David: loitering and prowling, con-
tempt of court driving while license sus-
pended/revoked
Chaplin, Jeremi: no valid driver's license
Coleman, John: disorderly intoxication
Colson, Willis: resisting w/o violence, no
valid drivers license -
Crawford, Ted: driving while license sus-
pended/revoked, expired license for 4 or
more months
Davis, Jonathan: aggravated assault,
shoot/throwing missile into dwelling/vehicle
Dombroski, Nicole: disorderly intoxica-
tion, battery
Dunham, Patricia: worthless.checks
Eldridge, Danielle: battery on person over 65
Elliott, Brandie: worthless
check/draft/debit card make
Ellison, Christopher: battery
Epps, Joei: providing false name, driving
with suspended license
Equihua, Francisco: disorderly intoxication
Farrington, Leah: injunction violation
Faulkner, Shaun: driving while license sus-
pended/revoked, poss. of new legend drug






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Folkestad, Paul: burglary to dwelling
.Franklin, Tracy: driving while license is
suspended/revoked, worthless check
Fuller, Teresa: poss. of a controlled substance
Gay, Jenifer: writ of bodily attachment
Gorman, Micheal; poss. of cocaine, poss.
of drug paraphernalia, resisting w/o violence
Grever, Michael: indirect criminal contempt
Hale, Ronald: dui
Hamilton, Donna: resisting without vio-
lence, poss./use of drug paraphernalia
Hawkins, Elizabeth: driving while license
suspended/revoked, dui
Hay, Nathaniel: battery
Held, Jonathan: worthless check
Hill, Angela: grand theft.
Home, Lance: no valid m/c endorsement
Idasetima, Blessing: open house party
Ingles, Adam: worthless check/draft/debit card
James, Sonja: retail theft
Johns, Daniel: driving while license suspend-
ed /revoked, not motor vehicle registration
Johnson, Dwan: retail theft
Jones, Douglas: domestic violence injunction
Jones, Keith: dui
Jones, Michael: dui, Ist degree for driving
while license suspended/ revoked
Jones, Paula: indirect criminal contempt of court
Jones, Ryan: indirect criminal contempt of court
Jones, Vanessa: driving while license sus-
pended/revoked
Jungkunz, Ronald: domestic battery
Karst, Sandra: dui
Kneski, Jeffrey: worthless
check/draft/debit card make
Kohn, Erica: retail theft
Kropfeld, John: driving while license sus-
pended/revoked
Landa-Miranda, David: burglary to a
.-motor vehicle, theft of a motor vehicle, tres-
passing, gave false name to a law enforce-
ment officer

ARRESTS continued on pageA-23


In the Clay Today

REAL ESTATE




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Fire officials investigate
condo blaze


ORANGE PARK Clay County fire
fighters from multiple stations responded
to a condominium Sunday, June 26, that
caused no injuries but completely de-
stroyed one unit at 502 Kettering Way, ac-
cording to Clay County Fire Rescue


Clay County Fire Rescue officials stand
outside an Orange Park condominium
after extinguishing a fire there Sunday
morning.
spokesperson Capt. Bernita Bush.
The blaze, was initially reported at 8:33
a.m. by a neighbor returning home from an
errand who reported smoke inside her
residence from the condo next door.
Arriving units from Stations 18,17,19
and 22 found smoke coming from the front
windows of the condo and flames from the

rear windows. The fire had spread
throughout the condo into the ceiling and
roof and was reported out at 10:48 a.m
The elderly male owner of the condo is
staying with family. The condos on either
side sustained an unknown amount of
damage due to smoke and water, and will
be temporarily uninhabitable, Bush said
Power and water services have been
suspended from all units at this time.
Ironically. new owners of unit 504 were at-
tempting to move at the time of the fire
A detective from the State Fire Mar-
shal's Office also responded to the fire to
investigate the blaze.


Woman charged with arson

MIDDLEBURG A 41 -year-old Middle-
burg woman is charged with arson after she
cried to burn the structure down. police said.
Audrey K. Brake, of the 2200 block of
Indigo Avenue, is accused of lighting a can-
dle and placing a coat on a coat rack over
it on Monday, June 27, according to a Clay
County Sheriffs Office report.
Two witnesses, including the woman's
husband, told police they believed she had in-
tentionally set a fire. according to the report.

Vandals smash trailer

Bv BAh Hen&~ion, St -i

LAKE ASBURY Sometime after
11:30 p.m. Tuesday. June 28. or in the
early morning hours of Wednesday, June
29, vandals ripped the window out of a
Sno Cone trailer parked beside the
Sprint score on Henley Road in Lake As-
bury. There was no cash in the trailer
and the vandals were unable to gain
complete access, so equipment seems to
be undamaged.
Nevertheless, owner Mary Ewer tearful-
ly said she is shut down until the window can
be replaced and that may be some time inas-
much as it will cost upwards of $300. In ad-
dition, if the window cannot be replaced
before July 4, Ewer will have to renege on
her participation in Middleburg's Indepen-
dence Day celebration. If that happens, she
will forfeit the $100 fee she has already paid.
To add insult to injury, Sprint, which
owns the lot where the trailer was parked,
ordered Ewer to remove it before the day
was over.
Ewer had been operating the Sno
Cone facility for the benefit of the young
people of Lake Asbury. It was her intent
to purchase bike racks and picnic tables
for the vacant lot so that people visiting
the store would have a place for bikes out
of the pedestrian areas and a place to
relax for a while. To this end. Ewer has
worked 44 straight days, five to 14 hours
a day, rain or shine.


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Clay County Sheriff's Office Most Wanted
AsofMonday, June27
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Janet Carter, 34 felony worth- Grace Bell, 62, failure to return Darlene Benson, 59, felony Richard Foreman, 46, felony Anthony Fox, 30, sex offender
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ARRESTS from page A-22
Lapierre, Jeffrey: loitering and prowling
Larose, Darlene: failure to appear driving
while license suspended/revoked
Lathrope, Ralph: poss. of marijuana
Lepper, Elvis: worthless check/draft/debit
card, driving while license suspended/revoked
Lundy, Joshua: dui
S- Mack,-Jesse:. domestic battery violence.
resisting/obstructer :
Martinez, Audiel: knowingly driving while
license suspended /revoked
Mcardle, James: petit theft of all other larceny
Mcintyre, Kevin:-dui .
Mervil, Evelyn: worthless check
Millican, Roy: dui, driving while license
susspended/revoked
Minton. Michael: writ of attachment
Montigny, Robert: sale/delivery marijuana
Murphey, Frank: cruelty to animals


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Murphy, John: flee/attempt to elude a police
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Needham, John: dui
Northan, Baylor: disorderly intoxication
Odonnell, James: petit theft. from a vehi-
cle, poss. of marijuana of less than 20 grams
Okeefe, Karen: worthless checks
Oroark, Jessie: driving while license suspend-
ed/revoked, burglaryto dwelling, grand theft
-Palmer.,iDanielb occupied-armed burgla-
ry, aggravated battery, poss of burglary tool,
poss.of more.than 20 grams of cannabis,
poss of drug paraphernalia
Parham, Ronald: child abuse
Pike, Daniel: burglary
Preston, William; trespassing after warning
Puckett, Debra: worthless check
Richey, Paul:;driving while license is sus-
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Riggins. Harold: dui
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Robertson, Carl: grand theft
Rufino-Julian, Severiano: disorderly intoxication
Samuels, Johnnie: domestic battery capias
Schaub, Edward: contempt of court
Scott, Antonio: indirect criminal contempt
Short, Carl: trespassing on property
other than structure
Smith, Madelinet failure to appear driving
,while license suspended/revoked


Sowers, Sally: uttering
Spencer, Stacey: grand theft.
Strand, Shawn: lewd and lascivious battery
Suazo, Luis: no driver license
Thomas, Quovadis: scheme to defraud
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The Green Cove Springs All-Stars captured the Babe Ruth ul5 championship arid will move on the state tournament next month
in Mandarin. Front row (1-r) Cory Tomlinson, Dylan Tomlinson, Robert Repult, Robert (RJ.) Casterline Back row (1-r) Walt Roundtree
(head coach), Floyd Green (asst. coach), Lenny Tomlinson (asst. coach), John Sgromolo, Jimmy Norton, Andy Dedmon, Jonathon
Hall, Jacob Sanders, Bradley Sweat, Bryan Green, Tyler Roundtree

Green Cove All-Stars dominate the field CARS-ALL


OPAA's Kendall King tags Eric Minichino from Tanglewood out at third base.


By Horace Davis, Staff

GREEN COVE SPRINGS- The Green
Core Springs All-Stars used a combina-


tion of teller pitching and inel\ hiilingi
tow .in the ul5 Babe Ruth Ditkricr2Cham-
pionhlh ip held at Green Cove Springs and
with the win they advance to the state
tournament that will be pla\ ed in Man-


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OfAA All-Stars finished third. Front row (1-r) Colin Klaybor, Cameron McCurry, Kendall King, Stephen Morton 2nd row (1-r) John Murphy, Drew Weeks, Lee Howard, Cody
Purvis, Peter Jamke 3rd row (1-r) -Doo Thornton, Josh Cahall, Alex Borgmeier, Max Baumler 4th row (1-r) Coaches Mike Weeks, Gene Howard, Kenny King


GREEN COVE from page B-1


tourney when he was not on the mound
throwing heat, Dedmon was at the plate
drilling homeruns. He led the home run
assault with three round trippers while
Bradley Sweat, Sgromolo and Repaultall
hit two apiece.
The Green Cove assault continued in
the championship game, as Tanglewood
was no match for them and Green Cove
cruised to a 19-3 victory.
While theGreenCoweoffense %as hit-
ting onall c lenders -coring 53 runs in the
4ganies. the pitching staff did a master-
ful job on the mound as well. Sweat led
the %%a\ picking up two wins while Ded-
mon and R.J. Casterline picked up the
other two wins. They combined to allow
just 14 hits and 10 runs during'the tour-,
nament and impressed their coach on
how they handled themselves.


"While the offense was great the pitch-
mig was just as impressive," said head
coach Walt Rountree. "I was very pleased."
In the u12 championship, the North
side Sidewinders held off the Cedar Hills
All-Stars8-3 to win the championship.
Locally the OPAA All-Stars lost their
opening game to the Sidewinders but
came back to win three straight over
county rivals Bel-Med, Green Cove
Springs andTa nglewoodbe fi)e losing to
eventual r unnei -ups Cedar Hills to finish
third in he tournamei t. ,iia: iei
Offensivel), ()PA. N asled b\ som% e
iis.itandinii heitini fi om DooThornton,
w ho batted .92 forw thOe t o11 nament, and
Lee Howard, %who followed with a.545
batting average.
Cameron McCurry joined in. on the
fun with two walk-off homeruns while
Max Baumler and Alex Borgmeier also
addedhomeruns of their own.


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June 30, 2005
SPORTS BRIEFS

Sports physical
Orange Park High School will offer
free sports physical for all Clay County
athletes 8 a.m.-noon Saturday,July 30, in-
side the gymnasium.
Major League soccer camp
The Keystone Youth Soccer Club is
hosting a soccer camp from Monday,July
11 thru Friday July 15 from 5:30pm -
8.30pnm aifthe Twin Lakes Park in Key-
stone Heights. The camp welcomes kids
ages 4-1Sai id die cost is $60 no equipentwL
$68ball or shuit Anud $575 baill and hirt.
For more information call Trevor Wa-
ters at 352-473-7777 or 352-246-7776.
3 on 3-basketball tournament
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Northeast
Florida are seeking players for a 3 on 3-
basketball tournament at its Laurence E
Lee Boys & Girls Club located at 313 East
10th St. inJacksonville.
The tournament will begin on
Wednesday July 13 thru Friday July 15
from 2pm -7pm and is open to all area
youth with divisions for ul8 and ul5.
. Each team needs at least four players
and the cost is $20 per player, every regis-
tered player will receive an AND 1 mix tape
plus an exclusive autograph session with
AND players along with a muscle tee shirt.
Players must register by July 1 and
each team will automatically play two
games in the tournament and have a
chance to win tickets to the 2005 AND 1
Mix Tape Tour on July 16 atJacksonville's
Veteran Memorial Arena.
For more information contact the
Boys & Girls Club at 396-4435 or 355-
1796, entry forms are also available at the
Lee Club, Monday through Friday from
7am to 6pm.
Middleburg Athletic Association
.M.A.A. announces the.continuation
of registration for football and cheer-
leading. Tackle. football and cheerlead-
ing are offered to children between the
ages of 5 15years old prior to Aug.15,
2005. Registration will be held 6:30-8 p.m.
every Tuesday and Friday and 9 a.m.-1
p.m. Saturday injune.
Bring birth certificate, completed
year-end report card and a wallet size
photo of your child. M.A.A. now accepts
Visa and MasterCard.
In addition to players, M.A.A. is also
looking for football and cheerleading
coaches. All applications need to be in
beforeJuly 7,2005. All coaches' appli,. -
tions are submitted for a background
check.
For more information or.to register
online, visit www.middleburgathleticas-
sociation.com or call 282-9847
Clay County Lacrosse Association
Be part of the fastest growing sport in
the nationbyjoining the 2005 Lacrosse
summer camp at Eagle Harbor Soccer
Fields 6-8 p.m.June 13-July 27. The cost is
$100. No experience is needed, beginners
to advanced, boys and girls ages 10-18..
For more information call 215-1222 or
go to Sports Mania on County Road 220
for registration forms.
FIHS soccer camp
.Fleming Island High School is hav-
ing a soccer camp for boys & girls ages 6-
13 onJuly 18 -22 from 8am-12pm. The
cost is $100 and you must register byJuly
1. For more information contact Frank
Pontore or Heather Teto at 541-2100 ext.
6491
Soccer registration
The Clay Coutim Soccer Club is hav-
ing new plaNer registration 9a.m.-1 p.m.
July 9 and 16 for players i6to 19. Summer
camp dates aiej uine 13-17,June 20-24,
June 27 -July 1 andJulyll-15 and the cost
is $105 per session. :
SFor more information call 278-1182 or
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Denman and Hall Jr. get first wins at Speedway


Special from Tera Gunter
SATSUMA For the second week in a row
Mother Nature pounded the area with a
driving rain but racers and fans at Put-
nam County Speedway Park were treated
to exciting finishes and watched as two
racers captured their first wins at the
Speedway on Saturday,June 25.
The mini stock division welcomed a
new winner in Bruce Denman, who is the
division point's leader. Denman domi-
nated the mini stock feature race after
making hisn moe on Lap 1 of therace.
Art Souther, second in points to Den-
man, appeared to pose a challenge to
Denman's early lead until car problems
ended Souther's night.
With an opportunity to make a move
into second place, Randy Strehle didjust
that but could not catch Denman as he
raced to the checkered flag, setting the
stage for a fantastic finish for the cham-
pionship rInasDenman leads Soudier bN
onl\ 3 points and Su'ehle b just 17 points.
The Hobb\ stocksdivision ran a special
40-lap race and Rick\ Adams shot to the
leader board at thedropof thegreen flag.
Rick Ferraro pro\ ided some thrilling
racing as he ran side-b\-side with
William Martin and mo-ed into position
behind Adams. Ferraro, while holding
Martin off, ran side-bN -side \% ith the race


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Bruce Denman #9 moves past Jim Henderson in a race to the finish.


leader befo ie taking a short-li ed lead
from Ada nms.
However car problems; felled Fei ramo
on lap 6 and Kennt Hall.Jr. took ad\ an-
tage of the race leader's problems and
flew into the lead position., a position he
refused to relinquish for die duration of
dihe ace and he captured his f first \ in.
Racing resumes at the speedal on
Saturda.,July 2.as the track hosts a spe-


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Floiida Mini Sprint Association and
races in the hobb\ stock and mini stock
divisions.
Grandstandsopen at 5 p.m.and racing
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visits Garber

Auto Mall

today, June 30


PHOTO SPECIAL TO C L \ TODA.1
Rusty Wallace

GREEN COVE SPRINGS Veteran
NASCAR driver Rusty Wallace will visit
the GarberChrysler Dodge Truck Center
at 3340 U.S. 17 today from noon to 2p.m.
Wallace, who made his racing debut
in 1973, has recently announced that
2005 will be his final season ending an
illustrious career. He currently drives
the Miller Lite Dodge car No. 2 of
which he is part owner.
Comcast Spotlight and Speed
Channel has teamed up with Garber to
sponsor the appearance of Wallace,
who over his 32-year racing career has.
earned many honors, including rook-
ie of the year, one series championship,
16 consecutive seasons with at least one
victory and is eighth all-time in both
modern era categories.
At the event, there will be many ac-
tivities including: an autograph sign-
ing, a Comncast interactive truck, Rusty
W\11aCe'p-. i` Imiu im truck, Speed (.han-
nel'. intci actIi\e 1 tick ,c(.ompletre with a:
20-sea.t HD theater. Lwo 6". -inchl LCD
screens and .t DVD leat\ion suta.Inon
with a camera so participants can play
the part of a Speed Chainnel reporter
at the event of their choice.
In addition, lood and drink will be
available to benefit The Quiglei
House Shelter for battered and abused
women and children of Clay County.


BRIEFS from page B-3


Spartans Aquatic Club
The Spartan Aquatic Club at St.Johns
Country Day School will offer training
and 50 meter competition through Flori-
da and United States Swimming from
April 4-July 31.
In addition there will be training and
25 yard competitions through River City
Swim League from May 2-July 31.
Call Dale Porter at 264-9572 x4252 for
more information.
Soccer camp
The Barco-Newton Family YMCA in
Fleming Island is hosting a soccer camp
for boys and girls ages 4-16 on Aug. 1-5
and Challenger Sports will run the camp.
For more information call 278-9622 or
register online at www.challenger-
sports.com
High School baseball workshop
Pro baseball link is looking for local
high school and youth baseball players
who are looking for the opportunity to play
college of professional baseball but find
themselves without any college offers.
Pro baseball.com is hosting a two-day
baseball workshop that will bring to-
gether a number of professional and col-
legiate baseball personnel to address
various topics.
The workshop is open to high school
and youth players of all ages, coaches and
parents. For more information call 773-
264-1040 or visit www.probaseballlink.com

BRIEFS continued on page B-6


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J-tpe:30, 2005


Section B-4









Booker and Nelson hold on for win at Whitey's


three good ones, you can't catch the in all,
however we had a lot of fun," said Dukes.
John Barling finished outside of the.
money.
"Our catches came from 'ifider the
fishing lumber, we snuck upon them and
caught them sleeping. We I Licked out and
came in with 6.6 pounds; the last one we
caught was the big one. On some nights
six pounds could win but it's not about
the money it's about bringing fish to the
scales," said Barling.
X According to Ke\ in Canrne. his team I
got a slow start.
"-We got off to a slow start underneath
the bridge but %e came at ounnd the con-
ner and fished the reeds, the fish were in
shallow water and wecaiglt fi\e fih but
only three were keepers. We were using
dark wormsin the reeds and June bugs
and the\ were biting as the wind was
blowing the bait onto the reeds and with
the water temperature at 88 degrees the.


fish were real active," said Cari ne. ho
some consider one of the areas smartest
anglers.
In other fishing action, the Middle-
burg Bass Club checked in with the re-
suits of their tournament at Rodman
Reservoir last weekend.,
JeffCattiandJenr Smi thweighed in with
9.73 pouidns to win. \" while CraigJolib nson and
Robert locco placed second with 9.28
pounds including the big fish of the Tour-
nament that weighed-in at 3.49pounds.
Rounding outi the top five were
Harold Wilkelm and Buster Rogers iith
7.68 pounds in third place. followed b\
John Pettis and Allen Martin in fourth
and Doug Sarp\ and To(amm McCleske\
in fifth.
The Bass Club's next meeting will be
6:3) p.m.Julh %20 in the NMiddleburg Ci ic
Center. For imiore information contact
Allen Martin at 764-5824.


CORRESPONDENT PHOTOS BY TL COCHRAN
EVENTPICTRUES.COM
Marc Nelson, left, holds the winning big fish as fishing partner Mike Booker looks on.


BY TL Cochran, Correspondent

DOCTORS LAKE "I'm still shaking,"
said Marc Nelson, who along with fishing
partner Mike Booker, beat 58 teams of
fisherman to win the Thursday, June 23
Working Man's Bass tournament at
%'White\ 's Fish Ca nip. "I caught her in the
Lake on a plastic worm under the docks,
allourfish canie from under the docks It
%was ali unbelie- able feeling getting that
Sting into the boat."adcled Nelson.
The second place team of Mlike An-
derson and Donnie Wright finished


more than two pounds behind Booker
and Nelson while the husband and wife
team of Connie and Gary Huskey
grabbed third.
"We got third place with some rock
solid fish," said Gary. "I could not have
done it without my wife tonight It was.a
.total team effort in the back there."
David Lee and Paul Killebrew finally
made it into the money with an 8.01-
pound' total, while James Dukes and
Eddie Saterfield finished in fifth place
to round out thetopfive -
"We had over six pounds but missed


Gary and Connie Huskey teamed up to finish third


Florida Wildlife Control pushes message for boat safety


Special to ClayToday

TALLAHASSEE The Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation Commission
(FWC) is keying in on three core messages
as its Division of Law Enforcement gears
up for a bus\ summer boating season:
stay alert, wear a life jacket and don't
drink and operate a boat.
The agency says keeping these mes-
sages inr mind can dramatically decrease'
chances of getting into an accident and
increase chances of survival if you do.
"In 2003, Florida led the nation in
boating deaths witli 64, and last year we
had 68. We hope to reverse that trend by
alerting boaters to the biggest'dangers,"
-said Capt. Ric hard Moore, Florida's boat-


ing law administrator.
Moore said the agency honed in on the
three safety messages after analyzing
Florida's boat accident data.
Collisions with vessels or fixed objects are
the two leading types of at cidentl. Last
year, they accounted for nearly half of
the mishaps on Florida's waterways.
Moore said this reflects the importance
of staying alert.
"One of the biggest misconceptions
about boating accidents is that.they are
caused by extremely reckless behavior, but
when you look at the numbers you see that:
it comes down to people not paying atten-
tion or making one careless move, we want
people to go out and have fun, but also to
understand the minute they lose' focus


Catching Bass On Riprap


Underwater Tactics with Ken Cook
Special to Clay Today

Go out to ai lakeo reservoir in the Unit-
ed Statesand I'm sure yout will encounter
-riprap. Simply put, riprap are large
chunks of broken stone placed to prevent
erosion or form a protective foundation
for bridges, dams and riverbanks.
Some bodies of water house miles of
this f-ish-holding habitat and many an-
glers are intimidated by the vasthess of
the riprap.
Solutions to fishing these types of
areas are on the minds of many but the
.answer is relatively simple.
The key to fishing riprapis to find out
what's there besides just iock. In order to
save time, I first try to narrow down the
area to fish by consulting a map. I'll look
-at the map for deep-water drop offs and


nearby channel swings.
- Then I'll motor down the edge, care-
fullh watching m\ Bottom Line fish find-
er for these ftattiresand an\ unteen piles
of brush or rocks, slight alterations in the
submerged riprap or anything that will
give me a place to start.
The cone angle of the Bottom Line's
transducer is critical to finding what lurks
under the sunkenrocks.Toowide of acone-
angle won't provide enough detail and too
narrow a cone angle scans too little of an
area. The Bottom Line 5100 transducers
have an 18-degree of medium cone angle
that gives me a great picture and helps
identify exactly what is around the rocks.
The higher the resolution, the clearer the
'picture will be on your unit's screen. The
operating frequency of my transducer is
U-UNDERWATER continUed ?on pac B-6


something could happen," said Moore.
Moore said alcohol and not wearing a
lifejacket are the two major contributors
to fatal accidents. In 2004, alcohol use
was the primary cause of 21 percent of
boating deaths. Almost one-third of the
fatal accidents were classified as "falls
overboard," and drowning was the cause
of death in 65 percent of those fatalities.
"We don't know the exact number of
people who would have survived these
accidents had they been wearing a life
jacket, but there is no doubt that most
might still be alive today if they had worn
a life jacket," he said.
Beginning May 21, the FWC flooded
*LeeCounty with the three key messages to
test out a new boat safety campaign. The



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with television, print and radio advertise-
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and handouts from law enforcement offi-
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the U.S. Power Squadrons. The agency is
conducting post-campaign surveys to
evaluate the campaign's effectiveness. If
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It is my desire to make you feel welcome
and to acquaint you with Clay County.
If you are new in the area, a phone call will
bring a prompt visit from. me.
I have brochures, civic information, and to help
with your shopping needs, cards of introduction
and free gifts from local merchants.
Local merchants are also encouraged to inquire
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k J-UTN


STAFF PHOTOS BY HORACE DAVIS The umpire calls OPAA's Lee Howard out at the plate.


Bel-Med's Michael Benda slides safely into third base.


"Doo" Thorton of OPAA fires a fastball.


This base hit was just out of the reach of Tanglewood-third baseman Patrick Atwara.


BRIEFS from page B-4


Travel team signups
(Orange Park ll-\ear-ol Traia el Team
looking for pla ersi MIlst liveinOr-
ange Park area to be eligible for dis-
tricts. All-Star or Tra.iel team
experience preferred but not required.
Eligible players cannot turn 12 befoi e
July 31, 2005. For more information
call (904) 237-7293.

Softball tryouts
Tira el team tryouts for Ullplayers are
being held for more information contact
CoachDanCallahanat291-6462or 744-8678

U11 Travel team tryouts
SNatonal spocrtiiig goods company is
Searching for advanced 11 and under
baseball players in the Northeast Florida
area. Players can't turn 12 before July 31,
2005. Only advanced players need to call.
Tryouts will be held on an individual
basis. For more information call (904)
662-5144

Ten Star basketball camp
Applications are now being evaluated
for the Ten Star All Star Summer Basket-
ball Camp. The camp is by invitation only
and boys and girls 10-19 are eligible to
apply. For more information or for a free
brochure call 704-373-0873.

National Baseball Association
The National Youth Baseball Assoc. is
looking for youth baseball players be-
tween the ages of 12-20 to be part of their
2005 National and International tourna-
f~ *

For More
Information 0
on Clay
County,

iBOY scOUTS
Call Gary Stasco
388-0591 ext. 134
i (Grade,- 1 -2)


ment team that travels to Ohio. Illinois.
South Carolina and many more places.
Registration \will be accepted on a first
come first serve basis, for more hinformnia-
tion call 773-264-1140.

Homerun club meeting
Baseball homerun club meetings will
be held at Ridgeview High School on the,
second Monday of every month at 7pm.
For more information callJackie Simp-
kins at 251-5102.

Bel-Med registration
BM AA is holdiin- reg-isti .Iion 6-8p.m.
Ti.iesda\, aind Thul sit\s ai-nd 0 a.m.-
2p.t n. Sati di\ s f T-Ball I.iii0. Baseball
($85i. sof tall ( .85). sI. b1asebaIll tll.5,
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BMAA will offer "Tiny Mites" football for
children ages 5 and 6. For more informa-
tion call 264-1910..

Stetson U basketball camps
Men's basketball coach at Stetson Uni-
versity Derek Waugh will be conducting
several camps for boys' basketball players.
Individual camps onJune 26-30 andJuly
24-28 and high school team campJune 25-26.
For more information contact Sebast-
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Special toClayToday

TALLAHASSEE Each year, the Florida
Fish and Wildlife Conservation Com-
mission (FWC) offers dove hunting op-
po t tiities throughout the state. The
FWC manages nine special-opportunity
dove fields through its Dove Club, the
agency's Special-Opportunity Dove
Hunt Program.
Begi n1ing at 10 a.m.July 1, sportsmen
can apply to purchase Dove Club permits
at any county tax collector's office, author-
ized license agent, online at
MyFWC.com/dove or by calling 1-888-
HUN T-FLORIDA (486-8356).
Dove Club permits, which are available
on a first-come, first-served basis, allow one
adult and one youth (under age 16) to par-
ticipate in all scheduled hunts for a desig-
nated dove field (up to 8 days). The
half-day hunt cost $150 and enable the per-
mit holder and the youth to both take a
daily bag limit of birds.
Hunters who purchase these annual per-
mits will save themselves more than half off
the cost of daily permits for the season.
Therearetwonewspecial-opportunitydove
fieldsthatwillbeopenthiscomingseason. A31-
acre dove field has been added to the Bayard
PublicSmall-GameHuntingArea(PSGHA)in
Clay County,and 50 acres has beencreated as a
dovefieldat theFusselRoadPSGHA inPolk


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2(i1)khz. whk h isgreat for sluillowerm ater.
In addition. I get 3200 watts of Peak-io-
Peak power that sends ai song signal and
allo, s the unitto ecitt e a sti ong echo.
\lhen it comes o selecting bait. 1I have
learned rom experience that during the
umminer mIomths white noi'ss buz/ haint
work great in lo\% light conditions, real
eai 1 or late and maybe e\en on cloud,
das.
Since theseconditions i a elk last long, 1
often oldownand i ish sott pl.stics.The


County
Seven additional special-opportuni-
tydove fields are probalhl) alreadyvery
familiar to some hunters, as they were
open last year. They are Schneider
Farms (Esca mbia County), Parker Road
(Alachua County), Caravelle Ranch
(Putnam County). De\tci 'Mary Farms
Unit (Volusia County ). Hildchiee (Polk
C'iunt ), Allapattah Road i,Martin
County) and Frog Pond (Miami-Dade
County).
'Dove Day permits also are available at
a cost of $35. These daily permits enable
one adult and one youth (under age 16)
to hunt together, but only allows one bag
limit of birds to be harvested between
the two.
Additionally, there is an option to buy a
$10 youth permit at the same time a Dove
Day permitispurchased. The Youth Permit
enables one youth, while hunting under the
.supervision of the adult Dove Day permit
holder, to harvest an additional daily bag
limitof birds. The DoveDay andYouth per-
mits go on sale at10 am. on Sept. 18, and they
are transferable.
Interested hunters are encouraged to
purchase permits early as demand for
these hunts often exceeds their availabili-
ty. For more information, visit
MyFWC.com/dove.


best tip is to trN and match the bait to wlha
die bass are eating. When I catch a fish I'll
look down its du oat hoping to see the cul
of a shad or the feelers of a crawfish.
fB letting inm fish finder do most of die
work, I can signit icantlh nmurow mv ai-
tack on I iprapand fish productiNe water
instead of just casung and hoping. Ani
angler can get the s:une advantage by se-
leuting a fisl finder with the tpefot sx'-c-
it ications listed above.
Thenall \ou have left i. the natter of
presenting the proper bait and setting
the hook. \What can be easier than that?


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By Trisha Cormeny, Staff

ORANGE PARK- At first glance, one might
miss Eagle Pass Promenade, but a second
glance could save prospective homebuy-
ers thousands..
"We opened up last fall," said Ed Pen-
nington about his office that employs 12
agents. "The crown jewel of Clay County
is Fleming Island, so it seemed like the
best location for us."
According to Pennington, Realty Exec-
utives, the Ed Pennington Group is a full
service agency that even boasts a mort-
gage company on site.
"I try to treat everyone like a million
dollar customer," said Pennington. "I try
to act like it's my money and always ask
myself, "Is it going to be worth it?"
Pennington, who bases his business on
the teachings of the Bible, believes that
everyone reaps what they sow and hopes
his business ethics will reap a good har-
vest.
"It's a family-oriented office," said Pen--
nington, who works with his agents every
step of the way to ensure their success. "I
treat everyone like they're my family. If
they have needs, I try to provide for
them."
Those needs, according to Pennington,


range from sending potential agents to
real estate school to providing a position
in the meantime.
"Whatever it takes," said Pennington.
"I'll do it."
Something Pennington stresses to all
his agents, whether they are just starting
out or finishing a seasoned career, is that
taking care of customers' needs should be
a top priority.
"I'd like to see myself as a one-stop
shop where the customer can see that
we're going to take care of all their
needs," said Pennington. "We advertise
more than almost anyone else...and we
have the flexibility to make a deal hap-
pen."
I That flexibility, according to Penning-
ton, is what makes his office so unique
in that the agents actually have the abil-
ity to work with a buyer or seller and ne-
gotiate a reasonable price for the
property.
"It's a win-win situation for both the
buyer and the seller," said Pennington. "I
kind of see my place as a ministry more
than anything else."

For more information, contact agents
Keith Crichton, Ed Pennington, Ted Man-
ning, Jeanne Beland-Scholl, Marie Tan,


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If you have decided the time has come to
buy your next home, you have probably
crunched the numbers and calculated the
costs and benefits repeatedly. After all,
home buying decisions are all about dol-
lars, right? What can I afford? What am I
eligible to borrow? What type of payment
can I handle? It's a financial decision, isn't
it? Most people think so, but at least one
author does not.
Lois A. Vitt, Ph.D., with a doctorate in
the psychology of finance, has recently
published a book that strongly suggests
our housing decisions are far more com-
plex than we might think.
In 10 Secrets to Successful Home Buy-


ing and Selling: Using your Housing Psy-
chology to make Smarter Decisions, Vitt
explains all decisions about home buying
involve housing psychology, that place
where human interaction, the role of
"place" in our lives, and finance all come
together.
In her book Vitt explains that a hous-
ing decision is the watershed of every-
thing in your life: the physical aspects of
where and how you live; your livelihood;
your physical, emotional, and financial
well-being; your safety and security; your
intimate and social relationships; your
sense of community; your greatest pleas-
ures and your deepest pain.
Your relationship with your home is so
personal and close, Vitt asserts, that no


other nonhuman relationship is quite like
it. Home is something we "provide" for
ourselves and others. It represents our ca-
pacity to control our physical setting and
our leisure. It is our bastion of security
and the touchstone for our sense of inde-
pendence. In the best-case scenario, it is
our sanctuary.
Once you understand the powerful role
your vulnerabilities play in your housing
decisions, she explains, you can prevent
serious moving mistakes. Vitt goes on to
offer a reflective process by which a
prospective buyer can understand his or
her housing psychology to ensure suc-
cessful decisions in the future. According
to Vitt, it's about much, much more than
finances.


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Home sales have reached record levels for
four consecutive years, and experts expect'
that trend to continue. A recent study
shows that while home prices may be in-
.creasing, they are actually becoming more

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affordable. and now may be the best time
to make the big purchase.
Whether you are a first-time home-
buyer or entering the marketplace as a
repeat buyer, you need to know what
you want to buy and if you can afford it.
The National Association of Realtors'
composite Housing Affordability Index
was up slightly during the fourth quarter
of 2004.
The median family income stood at
$55,239. The index shows that a typical
family had 131.8 percent of the income
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able and now may be the best time to make the big pu


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necessary to buy the median existing
home at $187,500.
The association said declining mort-
gage interest rates and rising family in-
come, helped improve affordability
conditions. The index measures afford-
ability factors for all homebuyers making
a 20. percent down payment, with an
index of 100 defined as the point where a
median-income family has the exact
amount of income needed to purchase a
median-priced existing home.
"The median-income family is very
well positioned to
buv a median-
priced home 'in
S most of the coun-
: ry," said David
Lereah, the associ-
ation's chief econ-
omist. "Favorable

Sity "conditions are
coinciding with a
need and desire to
buy into the Amer-
tcan dream of
homeownership,
S'-, so it's no surprise
.. -r: that we ended a
.' .- record year on a
S SPECIALTY CLAY TODAY high note.".
Ily becoming more afford- The association
purchase. estimates that al-
most 8 million new
and existing homes were sold during
2004. While the mortgage rates are ex-
pected to more than rise, the association
still expects 7.5 million new and existing-
home sales.
"Mortgage interest rates will be rising
very slowly, so potential home buyers will
have ample opportunity to get into the
market this year," said Al Mansell, presi-
dent of the National Association of Real-
tors. "Housing remains the soundest
investment a family could make."


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decisions involve psychology


june 30, 2005


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$30,500 58900ak 1.36 Acres on paved
rd $35,000 5784Blu Lake Geneva In-
vestors Dream $35,000 7286Tem WAT-
SON Middleburg 282-5656

Lawtey Property Great starter home on
4.89 acres in park like Setting. Custom
moldings & pillars. Enjoy a cabin like
Feel as you walk through the French
doors into den w/brick fireplace.
$132,000 1256NW250st WATSON
Middleburg 282-5656

Country Creek Jax 3/2 well maintained
brick & concrete block Home on corner
lot. Large game room in rear of home
152,000 1504Reb WATSON Middle-
burg 282-5656

Reduced for Quick Sale 3 Dwellings has
been completely renovated 1600 sq ft
dwmh, brand new pole barn w/full Liv-
ing quarters, all on 1.88 acre $149,900
3681 CR218 WATSON Middleburg 282-
5656

Live in the Country on I acre 4/3 home
almost 2500 sq ft of comfort. Garden
tub, French doors, tile & Fenced area.
Above Ground pool 2 car det Garage
$229,000 2025Blu WATSON Middle-
burg 282-5656

Affordable Black Creek Waterfront 2/2
home view beautiful views from almost
Every- room. Screened balcony, open
living Area. $231,500 1966Red WAT-
SON Middleburg 282-5656

2410 Haddington Ct. Pool Home in Or-
ange Park. This well maintained. 3/2 of-
fers a great room and formal dining with
wood floors, ceramic tile in kitchen and
a wonderful back yard. $159,500. The
AK Team 269-7117

3 bedroom home located on 3 + beauti-
ful acres. The home has such features as a
large bonus room,fireplace, hottub,fruit-
trees,rainsoft water system, large work-
shop and much more. $249,900 Call
Jeanne Beland-Scholl @ The Pennington
Realty Group (904) 213-8661


Baldwin Impossible to find, all brick
3/2, completely remolded. All this home
needs is a refrigerator and a family.
$123k Appraisal on file. Not on MLS.
Call Keith @ 213-8661 The Pennington
Realty Group.


Historical Springfield 1584SF, 4 bed-
rooms, 2 baths under full renovations to
be completed before you read this. This
home will be a real beauty and is a steal
at $250k. Not on MLS Call Realty Ex-
ecutives The Pennington Group (904)
213-8661


Historical Springfield This home has
about $5000 worth of repairs to go.
New air, plumbing and electrical already
done. For the handy man at $170k. Call
The Pennington Realty Group (904)
213-8661.

COLONIAL PARK 4/2.5, 2300 sq. ft.
Big screen porch. All brick and gor-
geous. $205K Wendy Hendricks KW
First Coast Realty

JUST LISTED in Orange Park South.
Below market, won't last 3/2
only$ 134,900. Cul-de-sac lot, preserve,
this home is a 10 for the price! Wendy
Hendricks (904) 838-3977 KW First
Coast Realty


240596 Don't miss this spacious home
in Argyle Forest! This 3/2 has ceramic
tile, carpet & hardwood floors, 2 story
shed w/ lights and water, fenced back
yard. Call Dreme Stubbs@278-3329
$162,000 COLDWELL BANKER WAL-
TER WILLIAMS

242929 Priced to Sell! This beautiful 3/2
1621 sq. ft. home sits on almost a full
acre backing to Jennings State Forest.
The home has been painted inside,
pressure washed outside, all -riewflb&r-"
ing. throughout, new light fixtures in
kitchen. Will not last long. Call Pebbles
Capes@278-3314 $169,900 COLD-
WELL BANKER WALTER WILLIAMS

241920 Affordable Eagle Harbor! Well
maintained 3 bedroom 2 bath coquina
home with open split floor plan, garden
bath, fireplace, screened lanai, walk to
school or swim park. Call Karen
Wentz@278-3325 $ 224.900 COLD-
WELL BANKER WALTER WILLIAMS

242460 Immaculate former model in
Oakleaf This 3/2 1782 sq. ft. home of-
fers. 42 in. cabinets & cook island, mar-
ble fireplace, garden master bath.
covered porch and lush landscaping.
Call Karen Wentz@278-3325 $208.000
COLDWELL BANKER WALTER
WILLIAMS

3 Bedroom, all block home on large,
fenced corner lot. RV/ Boat Parking.
$120,000. Call 298-040 1. Home Savings


Real Estate Professionals.

New Construction. Gated community.
Over 2,500 SF, 4/2. Great kitchen/ Fam-
ily Room combo. $220,000. Home Sav-
ings Real Estate Professionals. 298-0401

Clay County. Large 4/2 with master
down $220,000. Customer friendly,
local builder. Many plans and prices to
choose from. Pick your colors. Call
Home Savings Real Estate Professionals
at 298-0401 to build your dream home.


Nature Lover's Paradise 3 bedroom,
2 bath home on an acre. Bring your
horse to this homes only property that
backs up to 100 + acre retreat center.
- 2.5 car garage, greenhouse/workshop,
sprinkler system, fenced. Call Mary
Freyling at Coldwell Banker Tatum
Williams, 291-2243


Oak Leaf Dream Home- 3 bedroom, 2
bath charmer in Oak Leaf Plantation has
upgrades galore solid wood cabinets,
10 foot knockdown ceilings, garden tub,
custom countertops, and much, much
more. Call David Jackson at Coldwell
Banker Tatum Williams, 291-2243.

Country Living in Foxmeadow 3 bed-
room, 2 bath home in a cul-de-sac has
been renovated throughout. Features
include an I I x 16 screen porch, 10 x 15
work shed, and is move-in ready. Call
David at Coldwell Banker Tatum
Williams today for your private showing,
291-2243.

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breakfast room is in move-in condition
and is fenced completely. Call Bill Zim-
merman at Coldwell Banker Tatum
Williams today, 291-2243

OAK CREEK FLEMING ISLAND BRICK
FRONT HOME 3 BR 2 BA WITH
1803SF, HUGE MASTER BDRM WITH
WALK IN CLOSET AND DOUBLE
VANITY IN MASTER BATH. LARGE
FOYER ENTRY WITH WOOD
FLOORING VAULTED CEILINGS,
FIREPLACE, TILE AND CARPET.
FENCED REAR YARD WITH SPRIN-
KLER SYSTEM. CALL CONNIE H.
OLSON NOW 509-0757 $224,900
Magnolia Point Realty, Inc.

GREEN COVE SPRINGS BLOCK
HOME CLOSE TO SCHOOLS AND IN
ESTABLISHED NEIGHBORHOOD. 3
BDRM I BA HOME WITH NICE SIZE
YARD. CARPET ONLY 6 MONTHS
OLD. ONLY $ 112,000 CALL CONNIE
H. OLSON NOW 509-0757 Magnolia
Point Realty, Inc.

244806 All brick on gorgeous land-
scaped lot, this 3/2 has an updated
kitchen, also has breakfast bar, living,
dining. & den, ton of closets and all ap-
pliances stay. Call Karen Wentz@278-
3325 $145,900 COLDWELL BANKER
WALTER WILLIAMS

245010 Great starter home, this 4/2
features, greatroom, fireplace, eat-in
kitchen, inside laundry, large fenced
back yard with patio, deck & workshop.
A Must See. Call Linda Story@278-
3327 $134,900 COLDWELL BANKER
WALTER WILLIAMS

245443 This 3/2 like new home is lo-
cated in the Ravines Golf & Country
Club, 1851 sq ft, formal dining rooms,
split bedrooms, lots of extras in gated
community. Call Pebbles Capes@278-
3314 $186,500 COLDWELL BANKER
WALTER WILLIAMS

Brand new smooth top range, fresh
paint replumbed. new carpet. Home is
in a great location and a real bargain, plus
private backyard awaits you. #2005 116
$124.900Assist 2 Sell 264-4447

This 3/2 home has lots of features, new


deck and roof, recently landscaped yard,
newer carpet and vinyl. 2" blinds
through out upgraded light features.
mirrored foyer and so much more This
home is a must see. Call today for your
personal tour.#2005114 $169,900 As-
sist 2 Sell 264-4447

This spacious 4/2 home is equipped
with great features inc. niches and plant
ledges, neutral colors, oversized lot.
Concrete block construction stucco ex-
terior, center island in kitchen & so
much more #2005108 $200,000 Assist
2 Sell 264-4447

Beautiful 3/2 home on quiet cul-de-sac,
formal living and dining split floor plan,
fully Equipped kitchen, open family
room with fireplace, screened porch
overlooking a fenced yard #2005 121
$179,900 Assist 2 Sell 264-4447

Enjoy this gorgeous 3/2.5 home on over-
sized lot with a loft that could be used
as a office, gameroom etc. formal living
/ dining rooms breakfast/family room
combo, ceiling fans 10' ceilings. Lots of
closet space on a cul-de-sac. Great fam-
ily home. Must see to believe
#2005103 $229,900 Assist 2 Sell 264-
4447

247651 All brick home on cul-ed-sac!
This 4/2 features large family room,
eat-in kitchen w/cook island, screened
porch overlooking a spacious fenced
yard, call now for appointment. Call
Patricia Sherman @ 278-3332
$184,847

247671 Argyle Beauty! On cul-de-sac
with split floor plan, greatroom, formal
dining, brick fireplace, huge screened
lanai with shaded private backyard. Call
Linda Story @278-3337 $169,900



Immaculate Eagle Harbor 4/3 Loaded
with extras; ceramic tile, new berber,
42" cabinets, microwave and kitchen is-
land, rotunda foyer. vaulted ceiling,
deluxe master suite w/ jetted tub,
screened lanai and private backyard.
$319,900 The AK Team 269-7117

Elegant Orange Park- 4/3 with many up-
grades! Preserved lot, Florida room,
deluxe master, family room with FR
large utility room. $300.000 The AK


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Cambridge Estates This rare 5/3, with
large corner lot, breakfast nook. wood
floors, and a huge loft area, is present-
ed by a MOTIVATED SELLER at $253k
.Call The Pennington Realty Group
today @ (904) 213-8661

VILLAGES OF FIRESIDE 3/3 all brick
home w/new designer master bath,
new kitchen silestone countertops, new
tile floors and a private fenced yard
overlooking luscious treed space. Call
Judy Fields at Prudential Network Real-
ty at (904) 534-5839.

Ravines Gated Golf Community 3
bedroom. 3.5 bath in established sec-
tion of Ravines Golf Club community is
a southern charmer with too many up-
grades to list. A huge great room with
brick fireplace opens to a spacious
screened rear porch. Solid countertops
and raised panel cabinets complete a
roomy kitchen. Oversized 3 car garage.
Call Ross Check at Coldwell Banker
Tatum Williams today, 291-2243

FLEMING ISLAND PLANTATION Al-
most new brick home on the 9th hole
with custom plantation shutters and
built-in shelving. 5BR/5BA for $325,000.
MLS # 246884 Call Judy Fields at Pru-
dential Network Realty (904) 534-5839.

Fantastic Lake Asbury home on I acre
lot...Open floor plan with huge family
room cathedral ceilings, French doos 2
fireplaces separate Ir/dr. Kitchen has
many upgrades. Great home for enter-
taining or a busy family #2005118
$269,700 Assist 2 Sell 264-4447

MAGNOLIA POINT GOLF & COUN-
TRY CLUB THIS HOME IS ON A
BEAUTIFUL LARGE LOT OVER-
LOOKING THE LAGOON AND THE
2ND HOLE ON THE BLUE GOLF
COURSE. 3 BDRM 2 1/2 BA HOME
WITH OVER 2000SF OF LIVING
SPACE. WOODBURNING FP, CEN-
TRICON SYSTEM, JACUZZI TUB IN
MASTER BATH AND DBL VANITY.
LOTS OF EXTRAS. CALL CONNIE H.
OLSON NOW 509-0757 $299,900
Magnolia Point Realty, Inc.

FLEMING ISLAND PLANTATION Al-
most new brick home on the 9th hole
with custom plantation shutters and
built-in shelving. 5BR/5BA for
$325.000. MLS # 246884 Call Judy
Fields at Prudential Network Realty
(904) 534-5839.



Oakleaf Beauty Shows like a model this
3/2.5 home features Gourmet kitchen,
stainless steel refrig. & duel Fuel stove.
Tile floor throughout, chandelier Light-
ing in entrance, fam rm w/surround
sound $350,000 932wav WATSON
Middleburg 282-5656

OPCC 4/4 Beauty Elegance at its best in
this 3100 sq ft home Surround sound &
built in entertainment Cntr in Fam
room. Courtyard entry w/circular
Drive. Upstair bonus room. $439,900
2687Cou WATSON Middleburg 282-
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1888 Bluebonnet Pace Island Pool
Home! Gorgeous 5/4 with diagonal ce-
ramic tile, 42" cabinets, neutral decor,
large walk in closets and pantry.
screened and heated pool w/ light pack-
age and much more. $394,900. The AK
Team 269-7117

OPCC Beauty 4/4 Unique home beau-
tifully Landscaped 2-story. Surround
Sound, Crown molding & Much More
2687COUN $439.900 Watson Middle-
burg 282-5656

2-Great business opportunity! Over 26
acres of prime property on CR215 &
SR21 $918,400 Watson Realty, Middle-
burg 282-5656

Affordable Deep Water. Beautiful Cor-
ner lot with 135 feet of frontage. Bring
your large Boats and your creative vi-
sion- Over 1/2 acre on deep water. Call
Joe Mastellone Prudential Network Re-
alty 229-6927


239477 Eagle Harbor Beauty!! This 5BR
3BA home has it all. Located on a large
lot w/golf course view, Florida room,
bonus room, extensive moulding, gran-
it counter, island, wood floors, up-
grades galore, plus 3 care garage. Call
Pebbles Capes@278-3314 $432,500
COLDWELL BANKER WALTER
WILLIAMS

RIVERFRONT LOT on Fleming Island!
Approx. I acre & I 10' on the water with
a 200' dock w/covered boat slip and lift.
Water, sewer & electnc on site. No as-
sociation fees. Beautiful, mature azaleas,
oaks & magnolia trees. Realtor owner.
Call KAT WETMORE w/Prudential Net-
work Realty (904) 705-6023.

EAGLE HARBOR 6BR/4BA w/extend-
ed screened lania overlooking a
sparkling lagoon. Upgrades galore in-
cluding 42" maple cabinets, smooth top
range, built-in micro and recessed light-
ing in kitchen, central vac and luxury
master suite. Call Call KAT WET-
MORE (904) 705- 6023 or JUDY
FIELDS (904) 534-5839 w/Prudential
Network Realty.


New Homes $450K's Paradise Moor,n
ings. Gorgeous homes, fully loaded.
Wendy Hendricks (904)838-3977 KW
First Coast Realty

This gorgeous 5 bd. Home leaves noth-
ing to be desired. A true gourmet
kitchen with corian counters& stainless
appl.Large lani overlooking peaceful
preserve setting. Neytral colors
throughout. #2005106 $429,900 Assist
2 Sell 264-4447

EAGLE HARBOR 5/4 w/screened and
heated pool overlooking private la-
goon and conservation. Mostly brick
home with lots of upgrades and a
large bonus room w/hardwood
floors. Call Judy Fields at Prudential
Network Realty at (904) 534-5839
$425,000.

VILLAGES OF FIRESIDE 3/3 all brick
home w/new designer master bath,
new kitchen silestone countertops, new
tile floors and a private fenced yard
overlooking luscious treed space. Call
Judy Fields at Prudential Network Real-
ty at (904) 534-5839.


WATERFRONT ON DRS. LAKE near
Eagle Harbor. Grand 2-story home
w/porte-co6chere, 2 owners' suites,
dock w/electric & water and 20X30
screened deck. Too many amenities
to mention them all. For your private
showing, call Judy Fields at Pruden-
tial Network Realty at (904) 534-
5839

Horse Lover's Dream! 5.7 Acres
fenced and ready to move- in. Great
3/2 home, new roof and wonderful
landscaping. A paradise, for horses. 4
pastures, 2 barns and 5 stalls, Don't
wait, call NOW! Wendy Hendricks
Broker-Associate KW First Coast Real-
ty (904)838-3977

This gorgeous 5 bd. Home leaves noth-
ing to be desired. A true gourmet
kitchen with corian counters& stainless
appl.Large lani overlooking peaceful
preserve setting. Neutral colors
throughout. #2005106 $429,900 Assist
2 Sell 264-4447


10 ways to add value to your home


Special to Clay Today

Whether you're.interested in making a re-
sale investment or just want to enhance
living space, industry, experts agree there
are a number of easy ways you can add
value to your home.
"Home improvement projects always
equate to increasing the value of your
house," said Don Zeman, host of the
home-improvement radio show, Home-
front with Don Zeman. "Whether
you're replacing an old dishwasher
with a newer, energy-efficient model or
simply adding crown mouldifig to a
bedroom, every activity you do means
yoifre investing in the future of your
home."
A contractor and builder for 25 years
before starting his nationally syndicated
radio show, Zeman knows the best ways
-to add value to a house.
"Research:shows major remodeling.
projects like adding a bathroom or reno-
vating a basement definitely-pay off when
it comes time to selling your-home," said
Zeman. "Those are big projects. Home-
owners need to understand smaller and
medium-sized projects can also have
huge benefits."
According to Zeman, there are 10 ex-
tremely positive home improvement.proj-.
ects that can make life in your current
home more enjoyable in the short-term
and pay big dividends when selling the
home in the future.

Project 1: Create a designated home
office space
Whether it's just part of a room parti-
tioned off with an obscure acrylic block
wall to create a private nook or an entire
loom. home offices are an essential part
of today's living. The multi-functional
space can be used tor children to study.
paving bills, writing or for a home busi-
ness

Project 2: Treat your ceilings as the
fifth wall
Accent and embellish them with bead-
ed boards. paints or decorative finishes.


Consider adding a lightweight ure-
thane ceiling medallion around ceil-
ing lights and fans. Two-piece
medallions snap- into place in less:
than five minutes to add more am-
biance to a room.._

Project 3: Invest in your lawn,
Nothing puts forth a better first im-
pression than a well-mancured lawn and
continuously maintained shrubs and
flowerbeds. If you're selling your home. a,
buyer immediately forms his opinion of.
how well.you have taken care of the inte-
rior by the look of the exterior.

Project 4: Replace windows with en-
ergy efficient vinyl windows
ENERGY STAR(TM) compliant win-
dows help save on heating and cooling
bills all year long. And. for added safe-
tv and security, consider Simonton
StormBreakerlTMJ Plus impact-resistant
windows. Much like a car windshield.
when broken the glass in these win-
dows adheres to a heavy invisible plas-
tic interlayer, thus reducing the damage
inside the home from storms or crime.
attempts.

Project 5: Expand living space
Increasing :the amount of usable
space in a home always equates to
adding more value. Whether it's placing
an awning over a patio area, converting
a screened-in porch to a sunroom or
adding a deck, the creation of more liv-
ing space makes life more enjoyable for
you now and adds an appealing selling
feature for the future.

Project 6: Remove mildew
Start by killing any mildew b\ using a
garden sprayer and JONIAX(Ri. which
contains an EPA-registered mildecide
that kills mildew without harming \our
siding. shrubs or grass. After killing the
mildew, prevent it from coming back by
using mold and mildew-proof Exterior
Paint.

Project 7: Trim out exterior windows


and doors
If you have old, rotting wood around
windows (or no trim at all) install all-
weather millwork.
Project 8: Upgrade the master bath
Made of durable acrylic blocks, fixed
and operable windows provide privacy in
the bathroom while allowing light into the
room. A decorative bathroom window over
the tib serves as a focal point in the room.

Project 9: Replace rotted columns
and porch posts -
When you start spending several
weekends each year repairing exterior rail
systems and columns. it's time too invest
in low-maintenance fiberglass columns.
Structural load-bearing columns are an af-
fordable investment. Options include
columns with lifetime finishes to elimi-
nate painting and a variety of styles to
complement any home design.

Project 10: Bump out to a bay or bow
window
Along with adding extra living space,
bay and bow windows add instant vi-
sual interior and exterior appeal to
homes. People value the extended space
that can highlight a holiday tree, a win-
dow seat or simply adds more light to
the home.

For more tips and ideas on adding
value to your home, along with informa-
tion on products discussed here, visit
www.homefront.cbm.


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FOR RENT


BELLAIR 3/2, $925 per month,
$925 deposit, 1,663sf., family room,
updated kitchen, large fenced back-
yard, 2 car garage, pets allowed,
available August I. Discover Prop-.
erty Management, Inc. 904-269-
1082

SECRET HARBOR 3/2, $1250 per
month, $1250 deposit, 1,628sf.,
split bedroom plan, 2 car garage,
close to a pond, pets allowed, avail-
able today. Discover Property Man-
agement, Inc. 904-269-1082

MAGGIES CIRCLE Brand new
condo, 3/2, $950 per month, $950
deposit, split bedroom plan, liv-
ing/dining combo, all appliances, ac-
cess to club pool,- pets allowed,
available today. Discover Property
Management,-Inc. 904-269-1082

FLEMING ISLAND Beautiful 4/2,.
$1600 per month, $1600 deposit,
formal dining room, great room
with fireplace, 2 cargarage, in-
ground pool with hot tub, fenced
backyard, no pets allowed, available
August I. Discover Property Man-
agement, Inc. 904-269-1082


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Construction begins at Doctors Inlet Reserve


By Clay Today Staff

ORANGE PARK- County Road 220 will
soon see a new neighbor as phase I of
Doctors Inlet Reserve is quickly coming to
a close.
CornerStone Homes. and Ryland
Homes have been selling lots on Sleepy
Hollow Road for quite a while, and ac-
cording to representatives from both or-
ganizations, lots are filling up fast.
According to Tara Martin, a represen-
tative from CornerStone Homes, the
builder plans to bring more than 15C
homes to Sleepy Hollow Road. Those
homes, ranging froml,700 to 3,230 square
feet, will begin in the $190,000s.
"CornerStone Homes is locally owned
and operated," reads an orientation pack-
et found inside model homes at Doctors
Inlet Reserve. "The company embraces
the philosophy of creating a homebuild-
ing experience that is memorable, reas-
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vinyl flooring, 42 x 60" garden tubs, Mo-
hawk carpet, vaulted or volume ceilings,
wood frame construction and custom-de-
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square feet at $254, 990.
"Ryland has a home for nearly every-
one, whether you're a first-time home-
buyer or moving up to your second or
third home," read the company's website
at www.ryland.com.
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raised ceilings, orange peel finishes for in-
terior walls, security systems, oak re-


cessed panel cabinetry, General Electric
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found in Ryland homes at this site.
"As a company, we build on our geo-
graphic diversity, financial strength and
market-driven strategies to achieve suc-
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"You'll find our communities throughout
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changed since our founding, one thing re-
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For more information about Doctors
Inlet Reserve, located one-half mile down
Sleepy Hollow Road, call CornerStone
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541-2244.


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General I


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June 30, 2005,


CLAY TODAY CLASSIFIEDS 904-264-0846 ext. 138 FAX# 904-215-2456


Opportunities W |

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Heater All $25-$150 Each
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GENERATOR 2005 SILENT
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enclosure, electric start: Cost
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525-8088

Musical
Instruments \

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Advertise your
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Call for Appt.
739-0488


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ST 001
Selling Out
15 Sets
Queen & King
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737-1760




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Different Sizes
All New In Plastic!
All Factory Warranties
Showroom
Moving/Remodeling
Priced Below
Wholesale
737-1711






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Pictures, Mirrors,
Chairs, Rugs, Leather,
etc.

(904) 739-0488i

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All sizes & sets available..
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Household Goods


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Have some beautiful new, 17-
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Retail $2000 1st seven callers
price $368! 1-800-434-4628
Bed: King Size
Mattress Set, New in Plastic
Must Sell $175
904-484-6177
Couch, Loveseat, Chair
$250, Glass Table & 6 Chairs
$650, Dresser & Mirror $200,
Queen Bed $100, China,
Cabinet $200, Couch & Love
Seat $150. Mark 514-3333
Full Size Bed w/ headboard,
Mattress & Boxspring $250,
Armoire w/ Shelves & Glass
Door $200 904-505-6947
Queen Size
Mattress Set
Still in Original Plastic
Must Sell 904-484-6177


Mattress Sets
Brand New in Plastic,


Queen $125, King $150
Memory Foam $340 484-6177 BOB'S
S Equip. STUMP GRINDING
Outdoor Equip. &e s AND TREE SERVICE
Sules Tree Removal, Tree Tnmming, Etc
Murray 42" Riding Mower & FREE ESTIMATES.
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h 1,c11.,'1d i W,, r iW -')i'$ CoTparWI,,, .a .
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Free Estimate
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Photo Journal w/Every Inspection
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Runs Out for 11 Month Inspection.
Mortgage & Real Estate Companies Welcome
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SSales and Installation
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Package Installations
Licensed & Insured


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Tile Paint Vinyl SiJinqI
Drywall W:od "
S:reern R.oom Repair
.y Much More
30 Years Experience
904-545-5650 ;|
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Mowing, Small Slump
Palmeno Removal. Tree &
Debris Removal By Ihe Job or
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10% Off All Labor

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LUMBER JQUIDATORS
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Tune 30. 2005


CLAY TODAY CLASSIFIEDS 904-264-0846 ext. 138 FAX# 904-215-2456


Section B-17


MARSHALL HATCHER
LOGGING
WE BUY PINE,
CYPRESS & HARD WOOD
(904) 282-2034 OR


GREEN COVE SPRINGS
Residential/Commercial HIGHLAND APARTMENTS
FREE ESTIMATES Now Accepting Applications.
13 years experience Rent based on income.
*All Work Guaranteed 1,2 and 3 Bedrooms
SCentral Heat & Air
References, Insured Kitchen Appliances.
WALLPAPERING ca Carpet
Call 904-284-7256
904-2824943 Monday-Friday
9:00 a.m. -

ADVERTISING 5:00 p.m.
GETS RESULTS! CLT-0034-03


Floor Coverng



First Coast Tile Designs, Inc.
Custom Tile Installation
* Ceramic Porcelain zStone
* Decorative Art Showers *
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STEVE'S
LAWN SERVICE
For Your Total Lawn Care!
Call Now for Your Reaularly


ST. JOHNS
APARTMENTS
ORANGE PARK
Now Accepting Applications for
1 & 2 Bedroom Apartments. Kitchen
equipped, CH & A, Wall-to-Wall Carpet..
For more information call:
ITD [001955-8770
(9041 272-1448
Monday-Friday lOam-5pmi
E, r Fi H..N'l. N I' it/ t r



O.P. 2Br, 2Ba, Fireplace, Wet
Bar, Vaulted Ceilings
Washer/Dryer Hookup. New
Carpet, Paint, Appliances.
Private Yard, $575 Mo + Dep.
No Pets 800-383-4419


GOVERNOR SPRINGS
APARTMENTS

"Green Cove Springs"

Now Accepting Applications.
Rent based on income.
2 and 3 Bedrooms
Central Heat & Air
Kitchen Appliances
Carpet
Call 904-284-7751
Monday-Friday
9:00 a.m. to I
a', 05:00P.m.


Scleduled Lawn Care. I R0?i6MTOrWnt
+ Mowing -Edging Calmac Realty
A.- Trimming *' Leaf Removal 800-811-5804 or
4* Fertilizing -+ Mfisc. Work 904-264-5004
RESIDENTIAL/COMMERCIAL Argyle Rent 1 BR, Kitchen,
FREE EST/141IES Full B-aih, $-100.'mo Kids oi0.
dlim ffiri4J;)iH Pets ok, Move in Now! Townhouses iF
695-1412 'Flexible! 777-1922 Condos For Sale -
| cLes2wI4 M.B on Black Creek, Looking
V Ml for Similar Age to Share w/ "3" Condo, 1800 Park Ave #469
Miscellaneous 20 Year Old Males, Must Be 1br/1ba Call: 904-993-4309
Organized & Courteous" or Check www.owners.com
$495/mo 904-449-9343 ID #amp9243

Will Kill Mold Room 2 Rent
& Take Away Any Odors for $ $100 Per Week'+ V Utilities For Clay Today
Free in Your Home or Call Quentin 904-226-2550
Business. 904-422-4607 Subscriptions
Unirnoa ISubscriptionsW


rofdos For Rent a -

Condo. 2ba/2ba,
Fleming Island
904-215-0156





CLAY SPRINGS APARTMENTS
A CREAT PLACE TO LIVE! I c. S
BR HC AND NON-HC ACCESSIBLE
,- i.T.-.'. NT. RENTAL A 515S-
TANCE MAY BE AVAILABLE. HUD
VOUCHERS ACCEPTED.
CALL 904-284-5159 TDD'/TTY' 711
101 JOEY DRIVE, GCSFL:
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G.C.S lbr possibly 2, CH/A,
New Carpet, Carport, -Shed,
Large Lot, Ideal for Trucker.
$650/Mo + $500/Dep
5297 Highway 17 South
904-284-1500

2 br/2 ba, 1230 Sq. Ft.on 1
Acre, Fenced, No Petsl
904-282-1617

3/2 on St. Johns Ave in G.C.S
Available July 1st
$800/mo + $850/dep
904-284-5712


OFFICE FOR LEASE
1500 Sq.Ft. Private Kitchen
- Area And Bath, Knight Boxx
Rd. 904-272-7741


$$ WE BUY TIMBER $$
Logs and Pulpwood 1 acre or larger

DIAMOND TIMBER, INC.

'"For a Quality Cut"

Call: Kent Williams


904-282-5552


I


Call 264-3200
x136


'CARS FOR SALE
$5001 POLICE IMPOUNDS! Hondas,
Crev', Jce,.p T.y.ji:" Nii tJ ir.r and
mori' Car T.uck Suvn t.,T, 00
For' L lrirn.]g 3ar.a Intr neaIi.:,.,. call
1-888-478-7465 ext C055
EMPLOYMENT
SERVICES
"ANNOUNCEMENT**
Hiring For 2005 Postal Positionsll
$17.50-$59.00+/Hour. Full Benefits.
Paid training & Vacations. No experi-
ence necessary. Green Card OKI,
1-866-329-080.1 ext.900

HELP WANTED
-Government -Jobs-$12-$48/hr Paid
Training, Full Benefits. Call for informa-
-tion on current hir'.-I p:r .-r-, in
-Homeland Security, Wtio. ;iie..cal,
Sand professional.
1 -800-320-9353 x2100

HOME RENTALS
$0 DOWN HOMES NO RENTI NO
CREDIT OKIPGOVERNMENT FORE-
CLOSED HOMES Low/$0 Downl.Call
C.R.N. Now! 1-800-236-0251 X8927


Brand New, Never Lived in,
1 Acre, Doublewide 3/2, Den,
Front & Back Deck, Fenced,
Ref' Req', No Pets/Kids
$850/mo + Dep 904-282-5038

G.C.S 3/1 Newly Remodeled,
New Carpet, Back Deck,
Quiet Area, Close to Schools
$495/Mo + $400/Dep
717 Alvin St. 904-284-1500

Singlewide 2 Bri, Large
Living Room / Kitchen, Large
Private Lot $500'dep.
$500,'mo 272-1943 No Pets

3br/2ba Doublewide on
Fenced Lot $750/mo +
$300/dep 904-282-7913







Homes

V

Atlantic Ocean Access
44 Acres with 4600 ft. of
Pristine Waterfront.
Waterway Connects to the
St. Johns River. 4br / 4ba,
3 Car Garage, Boathouse,
Dock, 28', Regal Boat,
Security Gated

Great Location
4br / 2ba, Split Bedrooms,
Garden Bath, 1/2 Acre Lot

Country
5 Acres, Pasture Land,
Canal on Back Leads to St.
Johns River

Bring Your Horse
Home & Horse Barn, 7
Acres, Canal on Property.
Leads to St. Johns River

Building Lot
3 Acres, Argyle Area,
OA200600Rn alDeed:Restrictoed


HOME SALES
GOV'T FORECLOSED HOMES $0 or
luo ..j .n. Taxn .* .53 and C..ar.krn..it.:'ii
HuD VA FHA L,.a or nc. lur, .i N'
credit OKI For Listings, 1-800-291-
5774 X8577 .,.
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Foreclosures, HUDs and Morel 1-3
Bedrooms Available! For Listings 800-
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$432,500


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$162,000


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242929 Priced to Sell! This beautiful
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$244,000


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Call Karen Wentz@278-3325
$145,900


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$134,900

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Section-B-20


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, CASE NO: 2004-1160-
DR, DIV. B
SONYA TELLER, Petitioner
and
RUSSELL LEE SAVAGE, Respondent
NOTICE FACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
TO: RUSSELL LEE SAVAGE
8943 Hipps Road, Jacksonville, Florida
32222.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a notice of ac-
tion has been filed against you and that you
are required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to it on Sonya Teller whose
address is: 1590 Twin Oaks Drive West
Middleburg, Florida 32068 on or before July
11,2005 andfile the original with the clerk of
this Court at: Room 105, 825 N. Orange
Ave., Green Cove Springs, FL. 32043, be-
fore service on Petitioner or immediately
thereafter. If you fail to do so, a default may
be entered against you for the relief de-
manded in the petition.
Copies of all court documents in this case,
including orders, are available at the Clerk of
the Circuit Court's office. You may review
these documents upon request.
You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit
Court's office notified of your current ad-
dress. (You may file Notice of Current Ad-
dress, Florida Supreme Court Approved
Family Law Form 12 915 Future papers in
Irns lawsuit will be mailed io ihe address on
recc.rd aI ire cier Orlice
WARNINIG Rule 12285, Florida Family,
Law Rules ol Procedure, requires 'enan au-
tomratic disclosure ot dccumenis ari inior-
malion Failure Ic. comply can result in
sanctions. including dismissal or sirlHirng ol


pleadings.
'Dated: May 31, 2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Circuit
Court, by: Linda.Dix, deputy clerk.
legal no. 4059 published June 9, 16, 23
and 30,2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


NOTICE OF MEETING
I MAGNOLIA WEST
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT

The regular meeting of the Board of Su-
pervisors of the Magnolia West Community
Development District will be held on
Wednesday, July 6,2005 at 3:00 p.m. at the
'Orange Park Inn, St. Johns Room, 150 Park
Avenue, Orange Park, Florida. The meeting
is open to the public and will be conducted
n accordance with the provisions of Florida
Law for Community Development Districts.
The meeting may be continued to a date,
time, and place to be specified on the record
at the meeting.
There may be occasions when 'one or
more Supervisors will panmcipale by lele-
phone. At the above lo.:caiorn there ,1ll be
present a sPeaker telephone so that any in-.
terested person can attend the meeting at
the above location and be fully informed of
Ihpe lcu-5sOr,5n lakrng place einer rn person
or by leiephone co'mmunical-on
Any person requiring special accommoda-
tions at this meeting because of a disability
or physical impairment should contact the
District OHfce a 119541 753-0380 ar least five
calendar ays pir',r [I-. ine meeiing
Each person who decides to appeal any
decision made by the Board with respect to
any matter considered at the meeting is ad--
vised that person will need a record of the
pr"cceed;ngs and ihal c,:r.d;nrgly. ihe. pesor,
ma,,' need 10 enSure inai a .erbjaiinm irecoid
or. he proceedings is made, including the
iesiimony and e.derice rjpc.n which such
appeal is to be based.
James Perry


Manager
legal no. 4098 published June 30,2005 in
Clay County's Clay Today newspaper.


IN THE JUVENILE COURT FOR GIBSON
COUNTY, TENNESSEE, LEE HAYES,
CLERK.
STATE OF TENNESSEE
DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN'S SER-
VICES, Petitioner
vs.
MARK DOUGLAS FINLEY. Respondent
IN THE MATTER OF
BRANDY FINLEY DOB 3.1-90
MATTHEW FINLEY. DOB 10-27-93
Crillaren under eighteen (18) years of age
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
11 appearing to 1he Court from Ihe allega-
tions of the Petition in this cause and the af-
fidavit of the Petitioner that the whereabouts
of the Respondent are unknown and that or-
dinary process of law cannot be served upon
her.
It is, therefore, ORDERED that Respon-
dent, MARK DOUGLAS FINLEY, be served
by publication of {he following notice for four
(4) consecutive weeks in Clay Today, a
newspaper published in Clay County, Flori-
da.
The State of Tennessee, Department of
C',ildren's Services, has filed a petition
against you seeking to terminate forever
your parental rights to Brandy Finley and
Matthew Finley, on .the grounds that you
have willfully abandoned these children and
for other reasons. It appears that ordinary
process of law cannot be served upon you
because your whereabouts are unknown.
You are, therefore, ordered to respond by
appearing in court or filing an Answer to the
Petition filed against you or appearing in
court at the stated time or contacting the
Court staff. A copy of the Petition may be ob-
tained at the office of the Juvenile Court of
Gibson County, Tennessee, at Courthouse,
Suite 200, Trenton, Tennessee 38382. This
notice will be published for four consecutive
weeks. The last date of publication will be on
the 7th day of July, 2005. You must appear
in Court on the 16th day of August, 2005 at
1:00 p.m. to appear or defend unless you
have filed and served an answer or a Default
Judgment or Judgment on the facts will be
taken against you and a hearing to terminate
yourparental rights will be set without further
notice to you.
Entered this 24th day of May, 2005.
R. W. Newll, Juvenile Court Judge.
Prepared for entry:
BrendA. Rose
Tenn. Bar Reg. No. 022992
Assistant General Counsel
Department of Children's Services
8600 Hwy. 22
Dresaen. TN 38225
1731) 36-1-9647 ,
legal no. 4112 published June 16, 23, 30
and July 7, 2005 in Clay County's Clay
Today newspaper.


INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA,- IN AND
FOR CLAY COUNTY, CASE NO: 05-CA-375
WASHINGTON MUTUAL BANK, F.A., SUC-
CESSOR IN INTEREST TO HOMESIDE
LENDING, INC., Plaintiff
vs. ,
HARRY L. BUZBEE AND PAMELA J.
BUZBEE, HIS WIFE; IRWIN UNION BANK
AND TRUST COMPANY, Defendantss.
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, pursuant to
an Or.ier of Final JuragmenI of Foreclosure
aised June 14 2005 rered in Civil Case
No.05-CA-375 of the-Circuit Court of the 4th
Judicial Circuit in and for Clay County,.Flori-
da, wherein WASHINGTON MUTUAL
BANK FA SUCCESSOR Ir. INTEREST
TO HOMIESiDE LENIDirNIG. I lC Plaintiff
and HARRY L. BUZBEE AND PAMELA J.
BUZBEE, HIS WIFE, et al are defendantss,
I will sell to the highest and best bidder for
cash, at the Clay County Courthouse, locat-
ed at 82.5 N. Orange Avenue, Green Cove
Springs, FL 32043 at 10:00 A.M. ON JULY
14,2005. ie Ill.:.'Ang ,ei crile pr.-perrT/ as
set forth in said Final Judgment, to-wit:
LOT 2, BLOCK 6, MEADOWBROOK UNIT
SIX, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THERE-
OF AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 6,
PAGES 61 AND 62, OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA.
DATED at Green Cove Springs, Florida this
20th day of June, 2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Circuit
'Coun.-Ciay County, by: Brenda Bennett,
deputy clerk,.
AMERICAN WITH DISABILITIES ACT
(ADA) NOTICE: Individuals with disabilities
who need reasonable accommodation to
participate in this proceeding are entitled, at
no cost, to the provision of certain assis-
tance. Please contact: Delores P. Battinelli,
Chief Assistant Clerk, at (904) 630-2039
within two (2) working days of your receipt of
this notice. If you are hearing or voice im-
paired, please call 1-800-955-8771.
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF
SHAPIRO & FISHMAN LLP
'WOODLAND CORPORATE CENTER
4505 WOODLAND CORPORATE BLVD.,
SUITE 100
TAMPA, FLORIDA 33614
(813) 880-8888.
05-66783T
legal no. 4122 published June23 ahd 30,
2005 in Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY,' FLORIDA,- CIVIL' DIVISION,


CASE NO: 05-548-CA'
U.S. BANK, N.A., SUCCESSOR BY MERG-
ER TO THE LEADER MORTGAGE COM-
PANY, Plaintiff
vs. :
STEPHEN J. LATO, et al., Defendant(s)
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: THE BANK OF NEW YORK TRUST
COMPANY OF FLORIDA, N.A. AS
TRUSTEE FOR THE FLORIDA HOUSING
FIrNANCE AGENCY Addre;s Unkno-wni
YOU ARE NOTIFIED final an action lor
Fcoie.-lO.ure of Monrigae on ihe rollowing dae
scri,-ea property.
LOT ,2. BAY HILL LAUDING UIIIT 1. AC-
CORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF. AS
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 23 PAGES 73
AND 74, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
CLAY COUNTY. FLORIDA.
nas been liled against you ana you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your written de-
fenses, if any, to it, on Marshall C. Watson,
P.A., Attorney for Plaintiff, whose address is'
1800 NW 49th Street, Suite 120, Ft. Laud-
erdale, FL 33309 on or before August 2,
2005. a dale whicn 15 wiinmr, hirry (301 days
alher ihe Irst publication ofl thi Notlce in ihe
Clay Today newspaper and lle Ihe original.
with the-Clerk of this Court either before
service on Plaintiff's attorney or immediate-
IV Ihereaher' oinerwise a default will be en-
lered against you ior re relief demanded'in
the complaint. '
in accordance with the Americans with Dis-
abilities Act of 1990 (ADA), disabled persons
who, because of their disabilities'need, spe-
cial accommodation to participate in this pro-
ceeding should contact the ADA Coordinator
at 825 N. Orange Avenue, Green Cove
Springs, FL 32043 or Telephone Voice/TDD
(904) 630-2564 not-later than five business
days prior to such proceeding..
WITNESS my hand and the seal' of this
Court this 15th day of June, 200S.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Circ:ui
Court, by: Brenda Bennett, deputy clerk.
Marshall C. Watson, P.A.
1800 NW 49th Street Suite 120
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33309
legal no.4123 published June 23 and 30,
2005 in Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND
FOR CLAY COUNTY, CASE NO: 05-CA-
218, DIV. E
MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRA-
TION SYSTEMS, INC., Plaintiff
vs.
RYAN BURKHALTER AND HEATHER R.
BURKHALTER, HIS WIFE; MORTGAGE
ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION SYSTEMS,
INC. AS NOMINEE FOR HORIZON NA-
TIONAL BANK, Defendant(s)
NOTICEOFSALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuarni 10
an Order of Final Judgment of Foreclosure
dated June 9, 2005,-entered in Civil Case
No. 05-CA-218 of the Circuit Court of the 4th
Judicial Circuit in and for Clay county, Flori-
da, wherein MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC
REGISTRATION SYSTEMS. INC., Plaintiff
and RYAN BURKHALTER AND HEATHER
R. BURKHALTER, HIS WIFE are defen-
dant(s), I will sell to the highest and best bid-
der for cash, at the front door of the Clay.
County Courthouse, located at 825 N. Or-
ange Avenue, Green Cove Springsi Clay
County, Florida AT 10:00 A.M. ON JULY'11.
2005 the following described property as set
-forth in said Final Judgment, to-wit:
LOT 28, LAUREL GROVE .PLANTATION
AT ORAl IGE PARK ACCORDINlG TO PLAT
THEREOF RECORDED III PLAT BOOK 30.
PAGES 45 THROUGH 55, PUBLIC
RECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY,.FLORIDA.
IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH A DISABIL-
ITY WHO NEEDS ANY ACCOMMODATION
IN ORDER TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS PRO-
CEEDING, YOU ARE ENTITLED, AT NO.
COST TO YOU, TO THE PROVISION OF
CERTAIN ASSISTANCE. PLEASE CONTACT
CLAY COUNTY COURTHOUSE, 825
NORTH ORANGE AVENUE, GREEN COVE
SPRINGS, FL. 32043 WITHIN 2 WORKING
DAYS OFYOUR RECEIPT OFTHIS NOTICE
OF SALE: IF YOU ARE HEARING IMPAIRED
CALL: 1-800-95508771; IF YOU ARE VOICE
IMPAIRED CALL: 1-800-955-8770.
Dated at Green Cove Springs, Florida this
13th day of June, 2005.
(SEAL)-JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Circuit
Court, Clay County, Florida by: Debra M.
Beyerle, deputy clerk. -.
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF
SHAPIRO & FISHMAN, LLP
Woodland Corporale Center
4505 Woodland Corp. Blvd., Suite 100
Tampa, Florida 33614
(813) 880-8888
04-65791T
legal no. 4125 published June 23 and 30,
2005 in Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, GENERAL JURISDIC-
TION DIVISION, CASE NO: 05-438-CA-B
MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRA-
TION SYSTEMS, INC., Plaintiff
vs.
JUDY M. BELL A/K/A JUDY MARIE BELL,
ET AL., Defendant(s).
NOTICE FACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
TO: JUDY M. BELL A/K/A JUDY MARIE
BELL, UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF JUDY M.
BELL, A/K/A JUDY MARIE BELL, MICHAEL
W. WILLIAMS AND UNKNOWN SPOUSE
OF MICHAEL W. WILLIAMS
' whose residence is' unknown If he/she/they


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I.nowr. d.,lendaril..;, who may be spouses,
heirs, devisees, grantees, assignees,
lienors, creditors, trustees and all parties
claiming an interest by, through, under or
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property.
A PARCEL OF LAND SITUATED INT HE
NORTHEAST 1,4 OF SECTION 18. TOWVII.
SHIP 8 SOUTH, RANGE 24 EAST CLAY
COUNTY FLORIDA. SAID PARCEL BEING
MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS
FOLLOWS:
COMMENCE AT All IROri PIPE AT THE
NORTHWEST CORNER OF THE NORTH.
EAST 1.4 OF SAID SECTION 18 AND RUN S
00 DEG 02 MIN 56 SEC W. ALONG THE
WEST LINE OF THE NORTHEAST 1/4 OF
THE NORTHEAST 1i4 A DISTANCE OF
953.24 FEET TO THE SOUTHERLY RIGHT.
OF-WAY LINE PINOrI ROAD- THENCE RUN
N 87 DEG 15 MIN 00 SECW. ALONG SAID
SOUTHERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE. A DIS-
TAr CE OF 4.) 9-1 FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING. THEiCE CONTINUE N187 DEG
15 MIII 00 SEC W ALONG SAID SOUTHER.
LY RIGHT-OF-WAY LIHE, A DISTANCE OF
150.00 FEET, THENCE RUN S 00 DEG 28
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nas treen filea against you and you are re-
quired io serve a copy ol your winner de-
tenses, II any lo ii on David J Slerr. Esq
Plainill's arlorney. whose adrjress ,l 801 S.
University Drive 51100. Planrialon FL 33324-1
on or before August 2nd 2005 (no laler than,
30 days Irom the dale ol ihe firsi publcalion
of this notice of action) and file the original
with the clerk of ths court either before serv-
ice on Plaintiff's anorrney or immediately
thereafter otherwise a default will be entered
against you for Ihe rehei aerrmanded in the
complain or peilion lied herein.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of this
Court al Clay County, Floirda this 15th day'
. olJune. 2005
ISEAL) JAMES B JETT. Clerk of the Circuit
Court, by: Brenda Bennett, deputy clerk. .
Law Offices of David J. Stem
Attorney for Plainliff
801 S. University Drive, Suite 500
Pianlaiorn. FL 33324
05-40797 (INL)
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICANS .
WITH DISABILITIES ACT. persons wiln dis-
abillities needing a special accommodation
should contact Courtn Acrnisiralion al ire
Clay County Courthouse at 904-630-2564,
1-800-955-8771 (TDD) or 1-800-955-8770,.
via Florida Relay Service.
legal no. 4126 published June 23 and 30,
2005 in, Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper,


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR
CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA, CASE NO. 10.
2005-CA-478-DIV CV-B
PATRICK J. O'NEILL, Plaintiff
vs
CLYDE RAMSEY HUSTON III, et al Defen-
dants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: Clyde Ramsey Husion III
Last Known Address
7740 Southside Blvd. #1101
Jacksonville, 'FL 32256
Cheryl Lynn Vaughn
Last Known Address .
7740 Southside Blvd. #1101
Jacksonville, FL 32256
Cia Huston-Hobbs
Last Known Address
7740 Southside Blvd #1101
Jacksonville, FL 32256
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to quiet
title on the following property in Clay Coun-
ty, Florida:
LOTS W-7, W-8 AND W-9
A PARCEL OF LAND SITUATED IN THE
EAST ONE HALF .OF SECTION 3, TOWN-
SHIP 8 SOUTH, RANGE 23 EAST, CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, SAID PARCEL BEING
MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED ON A
DEED RECORDED IN OFFICIAL
RECORDS BOOK 1121, PAGE 246, PUBLIC
RECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA.
has been filed against you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your written de-
fenses, if any to it on Lance Paul Cohen, the
Plaintiffs attorney, whose address is Cohen
& Thurston, P.A., 1723 Blanding Blvd., Suite
102, Jacksonville, Florida 32210, within thir-
ty (30) days from the first date of publication
on-qr before July 26, 2005 of this notice, and
file the original with the Clerk of this Court ei-
ther before service on the.Plaintiff's attorney
or immediately thereafter; otherwise a de-
fault will be entered against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint or petition.
Dated on this 13th day of June, 2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Court,
Clay County, Florida, by: Amie Padgett,
deputy clerk.
LANCE PAUL COHEN, ESQUIRE
COHEN & THURSTON, P.A.
1723 Blanding Blvd,, Suite 102, Jack-
sonville, FL 32210 .
(904) 388-6500
attorney for plaintiff
legal no. 4130 published June 23 and 30,
2005 in Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper.







June 30, 2005,


IN THE CIRCUIT OF THE 4TH-JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA,) I AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, CASE NO: 05-CA-36, DIV. B
FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE ASSO-
CIATION, Plaintiff
vs.
ESTATE OF MICHAEL J. BRUSCA, DE-
CEASED; UNKNOWN. HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, CREDITORS,
LIENORS AND TRUSTEES OF MICHAEL J.
BRUSCA, DECEASED AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS CLAIMING BAND THROUGH,
UNDER, AGAINST THE ABOVE NAMED
DEFENDANY(S); WACHOVIA BANK, NA-
TIONAL ASSOCIATION F/K/A
SOUTHTRUST BANK; BANK OF AMERI-
CA, N.A. F/K/A NATIONSBANK, N.A. F/K/A
BARNETT BANK, N.A.; MICHELLE
LOUGHREY; KAREN SKARO; JOSEPH E.
BRUSCA, MICHAEL J. BRUSCA, defen-
dants .
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to
an order of Final Judgment of Foreclosure
dated 6-9-05, entered in Civil Case No' 05-
CA-36, of the Circuit Court of the 4th Judicial
.Circuit in and for,Clay County, Florida,
wherein FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE
ASSOCIATION, plaintiff, and ESTATE OF
MICHAEL J. BRUSCA, DECEASED; UN-
KNOWN HEIRS OF MICHAEL J. BRUSCA,
DECEASED are defendantss, I will sell-to
the highest and best bidder for cash at the
front door of the Clay-County Courthouse,
located at 825 North Orange Avenue, Green
Cove Springs, Clay county, Florida AT 10:00
A.M. ON JULY 11. 2005. the following de-
scribed property as set forth in said Final
Judgmrent, to-wit:
LOT 251, COUNTRY CLUB OF ORANGE
PARK, UNIT ONE, ACCORDING TO PLAT
THEREOF AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK
21, PAGES 29 THROUGH 40, INCLUSIVE
OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH A DIS-
ABILITY WHO NEEDS ANY ACCOMMO-
DATION IN ORDER TO PARTICIPATE IN
THIS PROCEEDING, YOU ARE ENTITLED
AT NO COST TO YOU, TO THE PROVI-
SION OF CERTAIN ASSISTANCE. PLEASE
CONTACT CLA',' COUNTY COURTHOUSE,.
825 NORTH ORANGE AVENUE, GREEN
COVE SPRiIIGS FL. 32043 WITHIN 2
WORKING DAYS OF YOUR RECEIPT OF
THIS NOTICE OF SALE:. IF YOU 'ARE
HEARING IMPAIRED CALL 1.8001-95-5.
8771; IF YOU ARE VOICE IMPAIRED C ALL
1-80i:.i-955.8-770. "
Daiea al Green Cc.e Springs, Florida this
1 'In dv o Jurie 2005 .
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Circuit:
Court, Clay County, Florida, by: Debra M.
Bevy rie. depu l.erk. ,...
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF
SHAPIRO & FISHMAtN LLP
W.-,odlarna.CorpQ.orate-Cr r
4-505 Wocdalanr Corp Blid Sijle 100
Tampa. Flr.dcia 33614-
Si613i 8808e8
02 52887T
legal no. 4131 published June 23 and 30.
2005 in Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper; .


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT SEVENTH JUDI-
SCIAL CIRCUIT Ill AND FOR CLAY COUN-
TY, 'FORIDA, CASE NO: 04-1147-CA, DIV.
A .
WILLIAM CARTER, Plamifil


vs. .
DEBRA LYNN GONCE, Defendant
DEBRA LYNN GONCE, Counterclaimar
vs.
WILLIAM CARTER, Counterdefendant
NOTICE OF SALE
PURSUANT TO F.S. CHAPTER 45
Notice is given that pursuant to a final ji
merii daled May 12. 2005 in Case No.
* 1147-CA oi me Circuit Court of the Fo
.Judicial Circuit in and for Clay County, F
da, in which William Carter is
Plaintiff/Counter Defendant and Debra 1
Gonce is Ihe DefendanrICounierclaima
will sell 10 Ihe higheal and best bidder lor (
in the lobby at the front door of the Clay Ci
ty Courthouse in Green Cove springs, (
County, Florida AT 10:00 A.M. ON AUGI
10,2005 Ihe luollowing descritrea proper
fonh in Ihe Order of Final Judgment
LOTTWO (2), BLOCK "B", SECTION (
(1), NEILIfURST, ACCORDING TO P
THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT BOO
PAGE 45, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS
-CLAY COUNTY. FLORIDA TOGETH
WITH ALL RIPARIAN AND LITTOI
RIGHTS THEREUNTO BELONGIIIG
Dated June 1-. 2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, ClerK. oirie Ci
Court, by: Brenda.Bennett, deputy clerk
legal no. 4132 published June 23,30,.
7 and 14. 2005 in Clay County's (
Today newspaper.


SINTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOUl
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT -,
IN AND FOR CLAY COUNTY FLORID/
CIVIL ACTION

CITIFINANCIAL MORTGAGE COMPF'
INC ,
Plaintiff,
CASE NO. 2005-346-CA
vs.
DIVISION A .

WILLIAM C. KNIGHT, et al,
Deferidant(s.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALI
NOTICE IS HEREBY GlI
pursuant to a Final Judgment of Mortg
Foreclosure dated-June 13, 2005 and
tered in.Case NO. 2005-346-CA of the


CLAY TODAY LEG ALS 904-26,4-3200 X130 FAX# 904-264-3285


cult Court of the FOURTH Judicial Circuit in
and.for CLAY County, Florida wherein CITI-
FINANCIAL MORTGAGE COMPANY, INC.,
is the Plaintiff and WILLIAM C. KNIGHT;
CLAY COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS; are the Defendants, I
will sell to the highest and best bidder for
cash at FRONT DOOR OF THE CLAY
COUNTY COURTHOUSE, GREEN COVE
SPRINGS, FLORIDA AT 10:00 A.M. ON
THE 13TH DAY OF JULY, 2005 the follow-
ing described property as set forth in said
Final Judgment:
PARCEL NUMBER 38 OF GREEN
ACRES IN SECTION 4 AND 5, TOWNSHIP
5 SOUTH, RANGE 24 EAST, CLAY COUN-
TY, FLORIDA, BEING MORE PARTICU-
LARLY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:

COMMENCE AT THE NORTHEAST COR-
NER OF THE SOUTH ONE-HALF OF THE
NORTHWEST ONE-QUARTER OF SEC-
TION 4, TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH, RANGE 24
EAST, AND RUN SOUTH 89 DEGREES 41.
MINUTES 09 SECONDS WEST, ALONG
THE NORTH LINE OF SAID SOUTH ONE-
HALF OF THE NORTHWEST ONE-QUAR-
TER, 1728.39 FEET; THENCE RUN
SOUTH 01 DEGREES 30 MINUTES EAST,
835.27 FEET TO THE NORTH LINE OF
HIGH POINT; AN UNRECORDED SUBDI-
VISION; THENCE RUN SOUTH 89 DE-
GREES 41 MINUTES 29 SECONDS
WEST, ALONG SAID NORTH LINE, 911.56
FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING;
THENCE RUN NORTH 00 DEGREES 18
MINUTES 31 SECONDS WEST, 250.00 TO
THE SOUTH RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF A 60
FOOT ACCESS ROAD; THENCE RUN
SOUTH 89 DEGREES 41 MINUTES 29
SECONDS WEST ALONG SAID RIGHT OF
WAY, 176.00 FEET; THENCE RUN SOUTH
00 DEGREES 18 MINUTES 31 SECONDS
EAST, 250.00 FEET TO THE NORTH LINE
OF HIGH POINT; THENCE RUN NORTH
89 DEGREES 41 MINUTES 29 SECONDS
EAST ALONG SAID NORTH LINE, 176.00
FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING.

BEING AND LYING IN GREEN ACRES IN
SECTIONS 4 AND 5, TOWNSHIP 5
SOUTH, RANGE 24 EAST, CLAY COUNTY,
FLORIDA,

TOGETHER WITH A NON-EXCLUSIVE
EASEMENT FOR INGRESS AND EGRESS,
UTILITIES AND DRAINAGE OVER THOSE
LANDS RECORDED IN THE FOLLOWING
OFFICIAL'RECORDS VOLUME 901 PAGE
381; OFFICIAL RECORDS VOLUME 912,
PAGE 315; OFFICIAL RECORDS VOLUME
932 PAGE 288; OFFICIAL RECORDS VOL-.
UME 946 PAGE 284 OFFICIAL RECORDS
VOLUME 102r PAGE 501; OFFICIAL
RECORDS VOLUME 1045 PAGE 653; AND
IN OFFICIAL RECORDS VOLUME 1070
PAGE 4J66 ALL. OF- THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA

SUBJECT TO "WETLAND" RESTRIC-
TIONS AS RECORDED IN OFFICIAL
RECORD BOOK 1026 PAGE 551 OVER
THAT PORTIONr OF LAND IDENTIFIED AS
*WETLAND AS PER MAP RECORDED IN
OFFICIAL RECORD BOOK 1071 PAGE.
500, BOTH OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA

TOGETHER-WITH A MOBILE HOME LO-
CATED THEREON AS A PERMANENT FIX-
TURE AND APPURTEINjANCE THERETO.

A/K/A. 5019 WEDGEFIELD
COURT MIDDLEBURG,-FL 32068

WITNESS MY HAND and the
seal of this Court on June 17, 2005.
(SEAL) James B. Jett, Clerk of the Circuit-
Court, by: D. Pierce, deputy clerk.
Echevarria & Associates, P.A.
P.O. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida 33622-5018
F05008049 "
ASSOCIATES CONV B dbandy
legal no. 4134 published June 23 and 30,
2005 in Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper.


UST
V, sel IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF THE FOURTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY
ONE COUNTY, FLORIDA, CASE NO: 2005-DR-
LAT 1296 DIV. E
K 2, FREDDIE L SOLOMON. Petitioner.
OF and ..
HER LESLIE UZOECHI SOLOMON Responraer.i
R AL NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
TO: LESLIE UZOECHI SOLOMON. 11815
rcul Alden Rd., Ap: 1112 Jack-sonvile, FL.
:._ YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a notice of ac-
July, tion has been hled agairnsi you ana Inal you
Clay are required to serve a copy ol yvur ir.en
defenses, if any, to it on Freddie L. Solomon
whose address i 2761 Burrour.s Road,
Midlreburg. FL 32068 .: or Dbeire AuguSt 1,
RTH 2005. arnd hie me original wilh Ihe clerk of
this Court at: Room 105, 825 N. Orange
A Ave. Green Coie Springs, FL. 32043, be-
rore s-ervice on PenIoner or immediately
thereafter. If you fail to do so, a default may
iNY. be entered'againsi you for the relief de-
manded in the petition.
Copies of all court documents in this case,
including orders, are available at the Clerk of
the Circuit Court's office. You may review
these documents upon request.
You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit
Court's office notified of your current ad-
dress. (You may file Notice of Current Ad-
E dress, Florida Supreme Court Approved
VEN Family Law Form 12.915.) Future papers in
gage this lawsuit will be mailed to the address on
en- record at the clerk's office.
SCir- ., ,,WAINING;. Pute,,12.285,, Elgrida Family


Law Rules of Procedure, requires certain au-
tomatic diso:.,ure f dco. urrm ri and jinfior-
mation. Failure I-o .-.rrnpiv can re uill in
sanctions. i.nci ing airsmi.i- ai or linri.ng of
pleadings.
Dated: September 04, 2003
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Circuit
Court, by: Jewel Baskin, deputy clerk.
legal no. 4137 published June 23,30, July
7 and 14, 2005 in Clay County's Clay
Today newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, GENERAL JURISDIC-
TION DIVISION, CASE NO: 05-CA-331
COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOANS, INC.,
Plaintiff
vs.
LISA R. POTOCKI, IF LIVING, AND IF
DEAD, THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE, HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES,
LIENORS, CREDITORS, TRUSTEES AND
ALL OTHER PARTIES CLAIMING AN IN-
TEREST B'Y THROUGH, UNDER OR
AGAINST LISA R. POTOCKI, UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF LISA R POTOCKI IF ANY:
JOHN DOE AND JANE DOE AS UN-
KNOWN TENANTS IN POSSESSION, De-
fendant(s)
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a
Summary Final Judgment of Foreclosure
dated June 13, 2005, entered in Civil Case
No. 05-CA-331 of the Circuit Court of the 4th
Judicial Circuitin and for Clay County, Green
Cove Springs, Florida, I will sell to the high-
est and best bidder for cash on the front
steps at the Clay County Courthouse locat-
ed at 825 N. Orange Avenue in Green Cove
Springs, Florida AT 10:00 A.M. ON THE
13TH DAY OF JULY. 2005. the following de-
scribed property as set forth in said Sum-
mary Final Judgment, to-wit:
LOT 49, BRANNAN MILL PLANTATION
UNIT TWO, ACCORDING TO PLAT
THEREOF AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK
37, PAGES 18-24, OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Dated this 17th day of June, 2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Circuit
Co.un. by D Pierce, deputy clerk.
THE LAW OFFICES OF DAVID J. STERN,-
RA., Attorney for Plaintiff
801 S. University Drive Suite 500
Plantation, FL 33324
S(954).233-8000-
05-39593(CWS)
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICANS
WITH DISABILITIES ACT, persons with dis-
abilities needing a special accommodation
should contact Court Administration at the
Clay' Counl Courthouse at 904-630-2564,
1-800-955-8771 (TDD) or 1-800-955-8770,
--via Florida Relay Service.
legal no. 4138 published June 23 and 30,
2005 in Clay County's Clay Today rews-
paper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR CLAY
COurliT, FLORIDA GENERALJURISDIC-
TION DIVISION, CASE NO: 05-213-CA
MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRA-
TION SYSTEMS, INC., Plaintiff
vs.
RICHARD L. FULLWOOD, JR., JF LIVING,
AND IF DEAD, THE UNJKrIOWN SPOUSE
HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, AS-
SIGNEES, LIENOR, CREDITORS,
TRUSTEES AND ALL OTHER PARTIES
CLAIMING AN INTEREST BY, THROUGH,
UNDER OR AGAINST RICHARD L. FULL-
WOOD, JR.; LATRICE D. FULLWOOD, IF
LIVING, 'AND IF DEAD, THE UNKNOWN
SPOUSE, HEIRS,.DEVISES, GRANTEES,
ASSIGNEES, LIENOR, CREDITORS,
TRUSTEES, AND ALL OTHER PARTIES
CLAIMING AN INTEREST BY, THROUGH,
UNDER OR AGAINST LATRICE D. FULL-
WOOD; JOHN DOE AND JANEE DOE AS
* UNKNOWN TENANTS IN POSSESSION,
Defendants)
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a
Summary Final Judgment of Foreclosure-
dated June 13, 2005,entered in Civil Case
No. 05-213-CA of the Circuit Court of the 4th'
Judicial Circuit in and for Clay County, Green
Col'e Springs. Flor;da, I %wil sell to the high-
el. iar r .esil idder 101 casn 31 me front steps'
at the Clay County Courthouse-located at
825 N. Orange Avenue in Green Cove
Springs, Florida AT 10:00 A.M. ON THE
13TH DAY OF JULY. 2005. ine lollowring de.
scribed property as sel forfh in said Sum-
mary Final Judgmeri l o-.lr
LOT 22, BLOCK SIX IN SHANDS PLAT
OF GREEN COVE SPRINGS, ACCORDING
TO PLPT THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 2, PAGE 1 OF THE PUBLIC.
RECORDS OF CLAY COUNT/. FLORIDA.
daled Ins 17Ih dayv or June, 2005.
ISEALi JAMES B. JETT. Clerk of the Circuit
Coun, bIv. Diane Pierce. deputy clerk..
THE LAW OFFICES OF DAVID J. STERN,
P.A., ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF
801,S University Drive Suite 500
Plantalion, FL. 3332-1 -
05-3'3177 INCLi
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICANS
WITH DISABILITIES ACT persons with dis-
abilities needing a special accommodation
should contact Court Administration, atthe
Clay County Courthouse at 904-630-2564,
1-800-955-8771 (TDD) or 1-800-955-8770,
via Florida Relay Service.
legally no. 4139 published June 23 and 30,
2005 in Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper. i


IN THIE CIRCUIT COURT OF TIHE pUJRTH


JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR CLAY,


JUDICIAL CIRCUIT INAND. FOR.CLAY,
DUVALAND NASSAU COUNTIES, FLORIDA

CASE NO. 10-2005-CA-000561-AXXX-XX


Section B-21


vs.
ROr ALD L. JONES, et al., Defendant(s)
NOTICE FACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
TO RONALD L JOIES AIJD UINKNOWrN
C- N ~ iC[U n Mrll r) I L L Jl ,ItO i.'


1SPOUU.SE OF RONALD L. JUIJONES- W.ste
"MAGNOLIA WEST COMMUNITY D'EVEL- resaernce is 4826 Peppergiass Slreel
OPMENT DISTRICT, a local'unit of special- Middleburg FL 32068
purpose government organized and existing anrd w*nr. I leading service 01 process and
under the laws of the State of Florida, the unknown defendants who may be
-Plaintiff,v.THE STATE OF FLORIDA, AND spouses, heirs, devisees, grantees, as-
THE TAXPAYERS PROPERTY OWNERS s.gnee- Irenrors. creditors Iruslees. and all
AND CITIZENS OF MAGNOLIA WEST pansies claiming an inreresi by Ihrough,
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT,; unaer or aga.r.st me Delerndanrls. whrco are
INCLUDING NON-RESIDENTS OWNING no, I nowr n I be deaa or alive and all pan.es
PROPERTY OR SUBJECT TO TAXATION having ,r la.m.ng o1 have any right. 111dle or
THEREIN, AND OTHERS HAVING OR interest in the property described in the mort-
CLAIMING ANY RIGHTS, TITLE OR IN- gage being foreclosed herein.
TEREST IN PROPERTY TO BE AFFECTED YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an ac-
BY THE ISSUANCE OF THE BONDS tion to foreclose a mortgage on the following
HEREIN DESCRIBED, OR TO BE AF- property:'
FECTED IN AN.' WAY THEREBY, Defen- LOT 11, BLOCK 67; JACKSONVILLE
dants. SOUTH UNIT TWO. ACCORDING TO PLAT
TO Tne Stale o0 Florida and Ire sev- THEREOF AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK
eral iaxpavers, properly owners and citizens 11 PAGES 1 THROUGH 13 INCLUSIVE.
ol Magnolia Wesl Community Developmeni OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF CLAY
Dislric including ncn-residenis owning COUITY. FLORIDA
property or subiecl I0 laxal.:tn trereir, and VIlin FLHML2F166926648A
owners having or claiming any rigrnis ille or FLHML2F16692i6-48B
interest in property 10 be allected by the is- r as been filed against you and you are re-
suance 01 Magnolia Wesr Community De. .'quired to serve a copy ol your writTen de-
velopmeni Disiric lClay Counry. Fioridal fenses, if any, on DAVID J STERN ESO .
Special Assessment Bonds or to be affected Plaintiff's attorney, whose address is 801 S.
in any way thereby: .University Drive, Ste. 500; Plantation, FL
The above cause comes to be heard upon 33324 orn or before Augusi 8, 2005 (no later
the Complaint filed herein by Magnolia West than 30 days from the date of the first publi-
Community Development District in City of cation of this Notice of, Action) and file the
Green Cove Springs, Florida The City in. original with the Clerk of this Court either be-
Clay County, Florida, seeking to delerrrine fore service on Plaintiff's attorney or imme-
the authority of said ODisrictl o ssue is Mag- diately thereafter; otherwise a default-will be
nolia West Commuriry Development Distric entered against you Ior the reelef demanded
(Clay County Florida) Special Assessment ;rn Ine complain or petition Illed herein.
Bonds (the Bonds I ;n an aggregale pr.nci- WITNESS my hand and Ine seal 1 ihis
pal amount nor to exceed o$14.000.000 10 Counal Clay Counry, Floridal is21sldayof
relermine ihe legally 0ol he proceedings June. 2005
had and taken in connection iherewin, ana ISEALi JAMES B JETT. Clerk of Ine Circu.T
the legality ol ihe provisions. co..enanis and Court by Brenda Berinen. depurt clek.
agreements irareln contained, an seeking This notice shall be puIbi.ined once a week
a judgment of this Court that: (a) the District lfor itw oon-cecuii. e wee:s
as po*ower i isue ihe Bonds and I.:. incur IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERI-
Ihe Donded debi as. sel lorir, in ine CC,mpianr.l CAr'NS WITH DISABILITIES ACT, persons
and has properly .approved the issuance of with disabilities needing a special accom-
the Bonds; (b) the proceedings essentialto modation should contact-Court Administra-
the Bonds, the Special Assessments (as de-- tion at the Clay County Courthouse at
fined in the Complaint) pledged for the pay- 904-630-2564, .1-800-955-8771 (TDD) or 1-
ment of the principal of, redemption 800-955-8770, via Florida Relay Service.
premium, if any, and interest on the Bonds, LAW OFFICE OF DAVID J; STERN, P.A., at-
and the Bond Resolution (as defined in the torney for plaintiff
Complaint) are valid and in conformity with 801 S. University Drive Suite 500
law; (c) upon due issuance of the Bonds in -Plantation, FL 33324
conformance with the Bond Resoluli.n arnd 05-41078(INL)
the Trust Indenture (as del.ind in rre Com- legal no. 4147 published June 30 and July
plartI, ir, Bordi will cornillule vaa anr rd 7,.2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
c.,na.r.g c.iiigaiiorE f the D.ilrn.l anr. wII be newspaper.
enriorcealie by ine. I-errrms 5a ei.iacli',ned by
ir.e Bc.r.nd Resoluliori ar.d Ir.e Trusl Inrerilure.
l,.hi ine DrcIr.,-I rt.5 Ihe P,'.erJr ,pla -trfiiL, Ira THE CIRCUIT COURT INI AriD FOR
nan.ce., acquire.coniirucl reconstrucr; equif CELA'COUIiT i FLORIDA. CASE 1JO 05-
anra install, in one ,:,or more stages, whe Pro- 554-CA DIVE
ject (as defined in the Complaint); and.(e), JOSEPH BARRESI, JR., et al., Plaintiff
this Court grant such other relief as is-just vs.'
and appropriate. The aforesaid Complaint- DAMARIS LOPEZ et al., Defendants.
hair.ng ceen pre-enca aio ihis Court ana Ins NOTICE OF ACTION
Coun ie.rng lully aod..ased in Ihie premises: TO: DAMARIS LOPEZ
IT IS ORDERED AND ADJUDGED that the Last Known Address
State of Florida, through Ir.e Siate Artnoiny 26 Corriander Terrace
of the Fourth Judi-iai Cir.:ul. in and ,:r Clay. Green Cove Springs, FL 32043
Duval arid Nassau Counties, Florida, and the Unkno*n Spouse of Damaris Lopez
several taxpayers; property owners arid cii- Last Known Address
zins .:.l Magnolia Wel Corrinriunit Devel- 26 Corriander Terrace
opment District, including non-residents Green Cove Springs, FL 32043
owning property or subject to taxation there- YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to fore-
r, andc others naving or claiming any rights close a mortgag-e on the following property
ile or inTerest in property I.-, be atlecied by in Clay County, Florida;
ine .ssuance ol Ine Bonds or 10 be alrected LOT 16, BLOCK 18, JACKSONVILLE
thereby, be and they are each required to SOUTH UNITONE, ACCORDING TO PLAT
snow cause I any Iriere be. before the Hon-' .THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 10.
orable Williarm A. Wilkes, Circuit Court PAGE 36,37,38,39,40,41,42 4 3, 44 AND
Judge, on the 181inay ol July, 2005. at 2:00 45 OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF CLAY
,.,cock P.M al The Clay Counrty Courthouse COUNTY FLORIDA
in the City ct Green Cove Springs, Florida TOGETHER WITH THAT CERTAIN 1998
' why said Complaint should not be granted MERI MANUFACTURED HOME OF SERI-
arna a lrnai luBgmenrt entered by This Court as. AL NO: FLHMIeCB139117849A & FLHML-
prayead or in said Complainl CB139117849B located on the property.
AND IT IS FURTHER ORDERED AND AD- has been filed against you and you are re-
JUDGED, that the Clerk of this Court be and quired to serve a copy of your written de-
he is hereby required to give notice of such senses, if any, to if on Lance Paul Cohen, the
hearing by publishing a copy of this Order in Plaintiff's attorney, whose address is Cohen
a newspaper of general circulation in Clay & Thurston, P.A., 1723 Blanding Boulevard,
County. Florida once each *eek I:.- w*o 121 Suite 102,. Jacksonville, Florida 32210, with-
cc nseculve weeks prior Io said 18ih day ol in thirty (30) days from the first date of pub-
Juiv. 2005. Ihe first publication 1o be at leasl location and file that answer with the Clerk of
I .enty (20i days prior 10 sa5l dale this Court either before service on the Plain-
AND IT IS FURTHER ORDERED AND AD-. tiff's attorney or immediately thereafter; oth-
JUDGED,-that by sucn puc-licalionrI of this' erwise a default will be entered against you
Order, the State c.I Florida. a in me se..era3 lor Ire relief demanded in the complaint or
taxpayers, property owners and Ocitzens of peliion
Magnolia West Community Developmer.r Daied on this 20th day of June, 2005.
District, including non.residenls owning (SEAL) JAMES B. JETT. Clerk of the Court,
property .-.r subjeci 1 la.,'aicn rIrerein and Clay County, Florida, by: Ann L. Garrison,
others having or claiming any rights, title or deputy clerk.
interest in Magnolia West Community;De- Lance Paul Cohen, Esquire
\velopment District, or the taxable property COHEN & THURSTON, P.A.
therein, shall be and are made party defen- 1723 Blanding Boulevard, Suite 102
dants to this proceeding, and that this Court Jacksonville, Florida 32210
shall have jurisdiction of them to the same (904) 388-6500
extent as if specifically and personally legal no..4148 published June 3Oand July
named as defendants in said Complaint and 7, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
personally served with process in this cause. newspaper.
DONE AND ORDERED. in Green Cove
Springs, Florida, this 13TH day of June,
2005. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JU-
/s/ William A. Wilkes, Circuit Judge .DICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY
LEGAL NO. 4140 published June 23 and COUNTY, FLORIDA, CIVIL DIVISION,
30, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today CASE NO: 05-552-CA ,
newspaper. MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRA-


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, GENERAL JURISDIC-
TION DIVISION, CASE NO: 05-CA-500-DIV.


TION SYSTEMS, INC.
Plaintiff
vs.
JAMES H. WILSON, A/K/A JAMES HAR-
.RELL WILSON, et al,
Defendants


A NOTICE FACTION
MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRA- TO: JAMES H. WILSON a/k/a JAMES HAR-
7lOrJN SYSTEMS, INC.,.Plainit,. .. f E4 VLL.SQN,


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Section B-22: CLAY TODAY LEGALS 904-264-3200 X130 FAX# 904-264-3285


(Last K-irown Adlre-.' J1806 Gadara R. ,
Keystone Heights, FL 32656). --
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF JAMES H. WIL-
SON a/k/a JAMES HARRELL WILSON
(Last Known Address: 4806 Gadara Rd.,
Keystone Heights, FL 32656)
SHELLEY F. WILSON a/k/a SHELLY FAYE
WILSON
(Last Known Address: 4806 Gadara Rd.,
Keystone Heights, FL 32656)'
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF SHELLY F. WIL-
SON A/K/A SHELLY FAYE WILSON
(Last Known Address: 4806 Gadara Rd.,
Keystone Heights, FL 32656)
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for
Foreclosure of Mortgage on the following de-
scribed property:
LOT 38, OAK LAKE ESTATES
A PARCEL OF LAND SITUATED IN THE
NORTH 1/2 OF THE SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF
SECTION 8, TOWNSHIP 8 SOUTH,
RANGE 2J- EAST CLAY COUrNT FLORI-
DA SAID PARCEL BEING MORE PARTIC-
ULARLN DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS
COMMENCE AT A CONCRETE MONU-
MEriT AT THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF
SAID SECTION 8, AND RUN NORTH 0o 22'.
20" EAST, ALONG THE EAST LINE OF
SAID SECTION 8, A DISTANCE OF 1315.72
FEET TO THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF
SAID NORTH 1/2 OF THE SOUTHEAST
1/4; THENCE RUN SOUTH 89V 26' 20"'
WEST ALONG THE SOUTH:LINE OP SAID
NORTH 1/2 OF THE SOUTHEAST 1/4, A
DISTANCE OF 666.96 FEET TO THE-
POINT OF BEGINNING; THENCE CON-
TINUE SOUTH 892 26' 20" WEST ALONG
-SAID SOUTH LINE, 150.00 FEET; THENCE
RUN NORTH 002 24' 23" WEST, 360.00
FEET; THENCE RUN'NORTH 89926'20"


EAST. 15u0 0 FEET. THEIJCE RUIJ SOUTH
0024'23" EAST, 360.00-FEET7TO THE
POINT OF BEGINNING.
has-been filed against you.4nd you are.re-
quired to serve a copy of your written de-
fenses,_ if any, to it, on Marshall C; Watson,
P.A., Attorney for Plaintiff, whose address is
1800 NW 49th Street, Suite 120, Ft. Laud-
erdale, FL 33309 on or before August 4,
2005, a date which is within .thirty (30).days
after the first publication of this Noticein the
Clay Today and file the original with the Clerk
of this Court either before service-on Plain-
tiff's attorney or immediately thereafter; oth-
erwise a default will be entered against you
for the relief demanded 'in the complaint.
In accordance with the Americans With
Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) disabled per-,
sons who, because of their disabilities need,
special accommodation to participate in this
proceeding should contact the ADA Coordi-
nator at 825 N. Orange Avenue, Green Cove'
Springs, FL 32043 or ielepr. orie Voice/TDD
9041) 630-2564 noi laier irhan l.ve business
days prori 10 sucn proceeding.
WITNESS my narn aand Ire seal of this
Courn on Ihl 21. i oa or Jijne, 2005
tSEALi JAMES B. J.ETT. C'leri- irine Court,
by: Amie Padgett, deputy clerk.
Marshall C. Watson, P.A.;
1800 NW 49th St. Suite 120
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33309..
legal no. 4150 published June 30 and July
7, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, GENERAL JURIS-


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON
ADOPTION OF ORDINANCE,
The Board of Counry Commssioners of Clay County, Florida; will hold a public
Shearing Tuesday, July 12 2005.'at 5:05 p.m., or as soon thereafter as can be heard,
in the Board of County Commissioners Meeting Room on the Fourth Floor of the Clay-
County Administration Building, 477 Houston Street, Green Cove Springs, Florida, 'to
consider the adoption of AN ORDINANCE OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS-'
SIONERS OF CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA, CREATING CHAPTER 7.1 OF.THE CLAY
COUNTY CODE ENTITLED EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT, AND BY CREATING
THEREUNDER ARTICLE I THEREOF ENTITLED DECLARATION OF EMERGENCY,
AND ESTABLISHING THEREUNDER REGULATIONS PERTAINING TO THE SAME,
INCLUDING PROVISIONS FOR DEFINITIONS; FOR APPLICABILITY; FOR DESIG-
NATION OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT DIRECTOR; FOR DECLARATION OF
EMERGENCY; FOR EMERGENCY POWERS; FOR AUTHORITY OF THE BOARD;
FOR PENALTIES AND ENFORCEMENT; AND FOR ARTICLE TO SUPERSEDE
COMPREHENSIVE EMERGENCY:MANAGEMENT PLAN IN THE EVENT OF CON-
FLICT; PROVIDING FOR' SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
All interested persons are invited to attend the public hearing and be heard by the
Board on matters pertaining to this ordinance. Pursuant to Section 286.0105, Florida
Statutes, a person deciding to appeal any decision made by the Board with respect to
any matter considered at the meeting of the Board at which the public hearing is held
or at any subsequent meeting to which .the Board has:ccirlruecd ilI deieraiors is
i advised iral iucrr persr. AilI rneie. a record Cii all proceedings and ma, never' 10 enlsjre
Iral a tarbal.rin- recpor o) all pruceEo.difng. Is made. 'vhc m rri us include ihe-leslini*rrj.ov
and evidence upc'n wncri e appeal i, io e oDa-ed. A copy o:i iri. propose odiriance
Snay De ina.pecleUa by mrremirbe 01 ine put.I,. in e ortice o ithe Clerk oi ihe Board or
County Commissioners, Fourth FluorL ol the Clay. County Administration Building, 477
Houston Street, Green Cove Springs, Florida, between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:30
'p.m.; Monday through Friday, with the exception of legal'holidays.
In accordance with the Americans Wiih Diab;I;l;es Aci any person needing a.spe-
cia ac.:orrmodaiion Ic participate in this maner should contact Ihe Cila County ADA
Coordinaicr by mail at Pe'l Office Box 1366. Green Cove Spr.ngs. FIcrida 32043, or
by lelephrone al number i -lc i 269-63 no laier rian inrie 13)1 ays prr io.: ire rear.
ing.or proceeding for wrnch mIsn notice ras .beer, giver. Heaiir.g imrrpaire- peror.s car,
access irie loregoing laephorie rurrmcter tcy cornacing Ine Florida Relay Service at 1-
800-955-b7'0 iV0ic.el., r 1-8600-955-8771 ,TDD,. .

-cara 01 County Commissioners
,.ian Courrv Florida e
legal no. 4144 published June 30. 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today newspaper.


Di,'.ITOIJ DIVISION CASE tO 1C,':2:002'
CA-1237 "
MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC 'REGISTRA-
TION SYSTEMS, INC., Plaintiff
vs.
WALTER MCKNIGHT, IF LIVING, AND IF
DEAD, THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE, HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES,
LIENORS, CREDITORS, TRUSTEES AND
ALL OTHER PARTIES CLAIMING AN IN-
TEREST BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR
AGAINST WALTER MCKNIGHT; UN-,
KNOWN SPOUSE OF. WALTER MCK-
NIGHT, IF ANY; JOHN DOE AND JANE
DOE AS UNKNOWN TENANTS IN POS-
SESSION, Defendant(s)
RE-NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to
an.Order Granting the Motion to Reset Fore-
closure Sale dated June 20, 2005 entered in
Civil Case No. 10-2003-CA-1237 of the Cir-
cuit Court of the 4th Judicial Circuit in and for
Clay County, Green Cove Springs, Florida, I
will sell to the highest and best bidder for
cash at front steps of the Clay County Cour-
thouse, 825 N. Orange Ave., Green Cove
Springs, Florida AT 10:00 A.M. ON THE
20TH DAY OF JULY, 2005. the following de-
scribed property as set forth in said Sum-
mary Final Judgment, to-wit:
LOT 6, BLOCK 1, BLUE KNOLL, AC-
CORDING TO PLAT THEREOF, AS
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 20, PAGE(S)
54, 55, 56 AND 57, OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA.
TOGETHER WITH A 1980 TIFFIN MOTOR
HOME VIN# TMGA7304TA.
Dated this 21st day of June, 2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Circuit
Court, by: Diane Pierce, deputy clerk. .
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICANS
WITH DISABILITIES ACT, persons with dis-
abilities needing a special accommodation
should contact Court Administration, at the
Clay County Courthouse at 904-630-2564,
1-800-955-8771 (TDD) or 1-800-955-8770,
via Florida Relay Service.
DAVID J. STERN, P.A.
801 S. University Drive Suite 500
Plantation, FL 33324
(954) 233-8000
legal no. 4151 published June 30 and July
7, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


THE ST. JOHNS RIVER WATER MAN-
AGEMENT DISTRICT HAS RECEIVED
THE APPLICATIONS) FOR ENVIRON-
MENTAL RESOURCE PERMITS) FROM:
FIVE STAR BUILDERS, INC., 1607
Idlewild Ave., Green Cove Springs, FL
32043, application #40-019-99552-1. The
project is located in Clay County, Section 38,
Township 06 South. Range 26 East. The
ERP applcai.n i, 'or consrudi,-.nr, ol a cur.
'' '


a,:e wsale maragem nTi -;, i Irr :. r a 0 .65
acre .:.:-mmer,[.il ,3e,,,el.:pmarerl l-'n..,wr, ai Ire
Je* Orl.ce Building 1607 Iale..,ilaA.e.
.IEFFERSOri PROPERTY LLC 60 A
;J.:.nn Ros.:oe Biv,. Porle Veara Be ach. FL
32082, application #40-019-99581 1. The
project is locatedin Clay County, Section 40,
Township 04 South, Range 25 East. The
ERP application is for construction of a sur-
face water management systehi for a 2.36-
acre, commercial developmerni'kronr as .
Jefferson Propeny LLC
The file(s) containing each of the above-
listed applications) are available for inspec-
tion Monday through Friday except for legal
holidays, 8:00 a.m. to'5:00 p.m. at the St.
Johns River Water Management District
Headquarters or the appropriate service cen-
ter. Written objections to the application may
be made, but should be filed with (received
by) the District Clerk, 4049 Reid St., Palatka,
Florida 32177-1429, no later than 14 days
from the date of publication. Written objec-
tions should identify the objector by name
and address, and fully describe the objection
to the application. Filing a written objection
does not entitle you to a Chapter.120, Flori-
da Statutes, Administrative Hearing. Only
those persons whose substantial interests.
are affected by the application and who file
a petition meeting the requirements of Sec-
tions 120.596 and 120.57, Florida Statutes,
and Chapter 28-106, Florida Administrative
Code, may obtain an administrative hearing.
All timely filed written objections will be pre-
sented to the Board-for consideration in its
deliberations on application prior to the
Board taking action on the application.
Gloria Lewis, Director,
Division of Permit Data Services.
St. Johns River Water Management District.
legal no. 4152 published June 30,2005 in
Clay County's Clay Today newspaper.


NOTICE OFAGENCYACTION TAKEN
BY THE ST. JOHNS RIVER WATER
MANAGEMENT DISTRICT
Notice is given that the following permit
was issued on 04/21/05:
CLAY COUNTY 'BOARD OF COUNTY'
COMMISSIONERS, P.O. BOX 1365, Green
-Cove Springs, Florida 32043 permit #42-
019-98167-1. T he project is located in Clay
County.
Section 24, 25, 26, 27, 32, 33, Township 5
South, Range 24 East. -
Section 34, Township 5 South, Range 26
East.
The permit authorizes A STORMWATER
MANAGEMENT. SYSTEM ON 29.42
ACRES TO SERVE Alpaca Ave., Beaver,
Ave., Blackmon Rd., Clove Si. Hedgehog'
St., Hidden Acres Rd., Rivera Dr, Poinsettia
Ave. The rece.irving waterbody is St. Johns
River.


Junile 30, 2005
Theb leclI ,.ria ,nr,,n g he appl"ah .r, l.r in
abo.'e ii .l1i0 peim i.;5 valnatle Ir ir,pechion
M'.lorn a, 'ir.r',,ugr. Frila y e:<.:epl i'r legal r,.:.l
,day ( I H. aI mr o1 5.00 p.iT al irne S1 .Iorirns
River Water Maragemerit District (District)
Headquarters, 4049 Reid-Street Palatka, FL
321 '8'1J.-9. A pelsonr rc.se uijoIarinial in
terelis. are ahe.le-ld y the Dsirticl p:.err.nrg
decision may peihn lor .ar, adTrr.ir.liave
hearing in accordance'With sections 120.569
and 120.57, Florida4Statutes, or may choose
,to pursue mediation.as arialterhative reme-
dy under section'120.57.3, Florida Statutes,
before-the deadline for filing a .petition.
Choosing me.aiarn a will nol adversely a leci
the rigni 10 3 nearing ii miealaiio does nci
result in a settlement. The procedures for
pursuing mediation are set forth in section
120.573, Florida Statutes, and rules 28-
106.111 and 28-106.401-.404 Florida Ad-
ministrative Code.'Petitions must comply
with the requirements of Florida Administra-
tive Code Chapter 28-106 andxbe filed.with
(received by) the District Clerk lcailed al
District Headquarters, Highway 100 West,
Palatka, FL 32177. Petitions for administra-
tive hearing on the above applicationi(s) must
be filed within twenty-one (21) days of pub-
lication of this notice or within twenty-six (26)
days of the District de-pocirng rnoi.:e c.l mi
intent in the mail for those persons to whom
the District mails actual*notice; Failureto file
a pel..'on r,iin Ihw i limIe period, riall c:.rcii..
tuie a war..er o iariv r.igir.I-iIl Juch personisi
may have to request an administrative.de-
termination (hearing) under sections
120.569 and 120.57, F.S., concerning the
subject permit. Petitions that are not filed in
accordance with the above provisions are
subject to dismissal.
Because the administrative hearing
process is designed to forulate final agency
action, the filing of a petition means that the
District's final action may be different from
the position taken by it in this notice of intent.-
Persons whose substantial interests will be
affected by any such final decision of the
Disrici or. Ire applcani r.ave ihe ri.gri pe-
tition to become a party to the proceeding, in
accordance with the requirements set forth
above.
legal no. 4153 published June 30,:2005 in
Clay County's Clay Today' newspaper.


PUBLIC SALE '" :
The following vehicles will be sold at public
auclr.in 1or iow.na and st6rage'-costs:
'97 DODGE NEON-
VIN# 1 P3ES4203VD216326.
'87 CHRYSLER S/W
VIN# 1C3BC59K5HF314449
the auction'w ii be nel onr, July 13 .1"005 ai
8:00 a.m. at 322.'. Highway 17. Green Cove
Springs, FL. Vehicle may be viewed at'this
location; .- -,
legal no. 4154 published June 30,2005 in-
Clay County's Clay Today newspaper.


THE ST. JOHNS RIVER WATER MAN-
AGEMENT DISTRICT HAS RECEIVED
THE APPLICATIONS) FOR ENVIRON-
MENTAL RESOURCE PERMITS) FROM:
REGENCY REALTY GROUP, INC., 121
West Forsyth St., Suite 200, Jacksonville, FL
32202, application #4-019-65850-39. The
project is located in Clay county, Section 07,
Township 04 South, Range'25 East. The
ERP application is for construction of a sur-
face .,irer management system for an
89.45-acre'development known as Oakleaf
Plantation, Parcel 15/16.
The file(s) containing each of the above-
-listed applications) are available for inspec-
tion Monday through Friday except for legal
holidays, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the St.
Johns River Water Management. District
Headquarters or the appropriate service cen-
ter. Written objections to the application may
be made, but should be filed with (received
by) the District Clerk, 4049 Reid St., Palatka,
Florida 32177-1429, no later than 14 days
from the date of publication. Written objec-.
tions should identify the objector by name
and address, and fully describe the objection
to the application. Filing a written objection
does not entitle you to a Chapter 120, Florl-
.da Statutes, Administrative Hearing. Only
those persons whose substantial interests
are affected-by the application and who file
a petition meeting the requirements of Sec-
tions 120.596 and 120.57, Florida Statutes,
and Chapter 28-106, Florida Administrative
Code, may obtain an administrative hearing.
All timely filed written objections will be pre-
sented to the Board for consideration in its
deliberations on application prior to the
Board taking action on the application.
.Gloria Lewis, Director,
Division of Permit Data Services.
St. Johns River Water Management District.
legal no. 4157 published June 30,2005 in
Clay County's Clay Today newspaper.


F04012327
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHE FOURTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION .

INVESTMENT CAPITAL CORPORATION,
Plaintiff, '
CASE NO. 04-755-CA;- ;-
vs.
DIVISION .

JASON L. TRIMBLE,.et-al,
Defendarif(s).

NOTICE OF RESCHEDULED
FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
'pursuant to an Oder BeschteduJirg.Forec'jo:'


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sure Sale dated June 22, 2005 and entered
in Case NO. 04-755-CA-E.of the Circuit
Court of the FOURTH Judicial Circuit in and
for CLAY County, Florida wherein INVEST-
MENT CAPITAL CORPORATION, is 'the
Plaintiff and JASON L. TRIMBLE; __ ,
UNKNOWN PARTY IN POSSESSION OF
SUBJECT PROPERTY,. N/K/A ANDREA
REYNOLDS; CODE ENFORCEMENT
BOARD OF CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA;
__ UNKNOWN PARTY IN POSSES-
SSIONOF SUBJECT PROPERTY, N/K/AAN-
DREA REYNOLDS are the.Defendants, I will
sell to the highest and best bidder for cash
at FRONT DOOR OF THE CLAY COUNTY
COURTHOUSE, GREEN COVE SPRINGS,
FLORIDA at 10:00AM. on the 22nd day of
July. 2005. the following described property
as set forth in said Final Judgment:
LOT 11, BLOCK 12, HIGHRIDGE ESTATES,
ACCORDING TO PLAT THEREOF
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 8 PAGES 38-
44, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA. TOGETHER WITH
THAT CERTAIN 1973 DWMH ID#0447A
AND 0447B, WHICH IS PERMANENTLY
AFFIXED THEREON.

A/K/A 7181 Notre Dame Street, Keystone
Heights, FL 32656'

WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of this
Court on June 24, 2005.
(SEAL) James B. Jett, Clerk of the Circuit,
Court, by: Holly Hurlburtt, deputy clerk.
Echevarria & Associates, P.A.
P.O. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida 33622-5018
F04012327 .
INVESTMENT CONV B sklawiter
legal no. 4159 published June 30 and July
7, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, CASE NO: DP-2004-
42, DIV. A
IN THE INTEREST OF:
C.W. (Child's Initial Only)
CHILD
SUMMONS AND NOTICE OF ACTION
BY PUBLICATION
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
TO: Angel Noblitt, Mother
Last Known address:
Charley White IV, Father
Last Known Address: .
6968 Pear Lake Road -
Keystone Heights, Florida 32656
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Pe-
tition, has been filed in the above-styled
Court by nme FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF
CHILDREN AND FAMILITIES lor termination
of parental rights and permanent commit-.
ment'foT subsequent adopuon of the above
named child who was borr on-April 4, 2003,
at Clay County, Florida. You are hereby comrn-
manded to appear L.eire ihe Heorioraole
William A. Wilkes, at,the Clay County Cour-
thouse, Courtroom 4; 825 N. Orange Ave.,
Green Cove Springs, Florida at the hour of
10:00 a.m. oh July 20, 2005 A.D. You must
appear ai ii, rearing ..n the date and time
specified.
. FAILURE TO PERSONALLY APPEAR AT
THIS ADVISORY HEARING.. CONSTI-
TUTES CONSENT TOTHE TERMINATION -
OF PARENTAL RIGHTS TO THIS CHILD. IF
YOU FAILTO APPEAR ON THE DATEAND'
TIME SPECIFIED YOU MAY LOSE ALL .
LEGAL RIGHTSTOTTHE CHILD NAMED IN
THE PETITION ATTACHED TO THIS NO-
TICE.
Individuals with disabilities needing a rea-
sonable accommodation to participate in this
proceeding should coria:i Ml.la,' rei .iorne...
as soon as possible, teleph,:.rie t'904) 5-9.
4789; or if hearing impaired, 1-800-955-8771
(TDDY; or 1-800-955-8770-(V) Florida Relay
Service.
WITNESS my hand as clerk of said Court
and the Seal thereof, this 23rd day of June,
2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B JETT as Clerk of said
Court, by: Mary Shannon, deputy clerk. -
Carol H. Yearwood, Esquire
Florida Bar No. 362247
ATTORNEY FOR CWLS-FLORIDA DE-
PARTMENT OF CHILDREN AND FAMILIES
1726 Kingsley Ave., Suite 2
Orange Park, FL 32073
(904) 278-5644.
legal no. 4161 published June 30, July 7,
14 and 21, 2005 in Clay County's Clay
Today newspaper.-




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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, CASE NO: DP-2000-
.325, DIV. A
IN THE INTEREST OF:
M.E. (Child's Initial Only)
A CHILD
SUMMONSAND
NOTICE OF ACTION
BY PUBLICATION
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
TO: Maria Estrada, Mother
Last Known address: .
1067 Grove Park Lane
Orange Park, FL 32073
Miguel Estrada Tirado, Father
Address Unknown.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED ,that a Pe-
tition has been filed in the above-styled
Court by the FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF
CHILDREN'AND,FAMILITIES for termination
,of parental rights and permanent commit-
ment for subsequent adoption of the above
named child who was born on May 28,1990,
at Tarimoro, Guanajuato, Mexico. You are
hereby commanded to.appear before the
Honorable William A. Wilkes, at the Clay
County Courthouse, Courtroom 4, 825 N.
Orange Ave., Green Cove Springs, Florida at.
the hour of 10:00 a.m. on July 20,2005 A.D.
You must appear at the hearing on the date'
and time specified.
FAILURE TO PERSONALLY APPEAR AT.
THIS ADVISORY HEARING CONSTI-
TUTES CONSENTTO THE TERMINATION
OF PARENTAL RIGHTS TO THIS CHILD. IF
YOU FAIL TO APPEAR ON THE DATE AND
TIME SPECIFIED YOU MAY LOSE ALL
LEGAL RIGHTS TO THE CHILD NAMED IN
THE PETITION ATTACHED TO THIS NO-
TICE.
Individuals with disabilities needing a rea-
sonable accommodation to participate in this


proceeding should contact Margaret Jones,
as soon as possible, telephone (904) 529-
4789;.or if hearing impaired, 1-800-955-8771
(TDD); or 1-800-955-8770 (V) Florida Relay
Service.
WITNESS my hand as clerk of said Court
and the Seal thereof, this 23rd day of June,
2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT as Clerk of said
Court, by: Mary Shannon, deputy clerk.
Carol H. Yearwood, Esquire
Florida Bar No. 362247
ATTORNEY FOR CWLS-FLORIDA DE-,
PARTMENT OF CHILDREN AND FAMILIES
1726 Kingsley Ave., Suite 2
Orange Park, FL 32073 ..
(904) 278-5644.
legal no. 4162 published June 30, July 7,
14 and 21, 2005 in Clay County's Clay
Today newspaper.


NOTICE OF
PUBLIC AUCTION
Pursuant to Ch 713.585(6) F.S. United Amer-
ican Lien & Recovery as agenI wair power of
attorney ail ell itre following venicletsi to
the highest bidder subject to any liens; net
pr:oceeds deposiled w*i ine clerK cI counr
owneril,ennoldeir ras rigr.lI o rearing anad
post bond; owner may redeem vehicle tor
cash sum of lien; all auctions held in reserve.
Inspect 1 week prior @ lienor facility; cash or.
cashier check; 15% buyer prem any person
interested ph (954) 563.1999.
Sale date July 22, 2005 @ 10:00 a.m. 3411
NW 9th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33309 `" :
15024 1996 Cadillac Ddville 4 dr vin#:
1G6KD52Y2TU226909 r/o Caesar I adams
po box 16623 jacksonville fl /h Georgia auto
pawn inc 1952 hwy 40 kingsland ga lienor:
orange park collision ctr 1072 blending blvd
orange park fl 904-272-9505 lien amt


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON
ADOPTION OF ORDINANCE

The Board of County Commissioners of Clay County, Florida, will hold a public hearing
Tuesday, July 12, 2005, at 3:30 p.m., or as soon thereafter as can be heard, in the
Board of County Commissioners Meeting Room on the Fourth Floor of the Clay County
Administration Building, 477 Houston Street, Green Cove Springs, Florida, to consider
the adoption of AN ORDINANCE OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
OF CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA, AMENDING SEC. 2-1, CLAY COUNTY CODE, PER-
TAINING TO THE IMPOSITION OF AN ADDITIONAL $65.00 COURT COST BY BOTH
CIRCUIT AND COUNTY COURT AGAINST EVERY PERSON WHO PLEADS GUILTY
OR NOLO CONTENDER TO,,OR IS FOUND GUILTY OF, ANY FELONY, MISDE-
MEANOR, OR CRIMINAL TRAFFIC OFFENSE, UNDER THE LAWS OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA, ALL PURSUANT TO THE AUTHORITY PROVIDED UNDER SECTION
939.185(1)(a), FLORIDA STATUTES, BY DELETING THEREFROM PROVISIONS
AUTHORIZING THE USE OF THE COURT COST FUNDS FOR THE CLAY COUNTY
TEEN COURT PROGRAM; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY: AND PROVIDING ANl
EFFECTIVE DATE.
All rileresled persons are invited to attend Ine public nearing and be hear
by the Board on malners penarin.g to Iniz ordinance Pursuant 10o Seclion 266 0105,
Florida Statuies. a per-on deciding o1 appeal an% decisori made y ihe Board war,
respect to any manner coniidjerea ati he meeting of ir.e Board ai wnich the public near-
ing is held or at any subsequent meeting to which the Board has continued is deliver.
nationss is advised that such person will need a record of all :.oc.iediris and may need
to ensure that a verbatim record of all proceedings is made, wrc-h mus i include ihe is
timony and evidence upon hicr, the appeal is to be based. A copy of the proposed
ordinance may be inspected by members of the public in the office of the Clerk of the
Board of.County Commissioners, Fourth Floor of the Clay County Administration
Building, 477 Houston Street, Green Cove Springs, Florida, between the hours of 8:30
a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, with the exception of legal holidays.
In accordance with the Americans With Disabilities Act, any person needing
a special xa:c:ornm.od.aior. I. part.:;pal in ihis matter should contact the Clay County
ADAC.:.-ra.nalor ny mal .a Pc.si Onr,.:- Box 1366, Green Cove Springs, Florida 32043,
,:'r by eieiphe.rc ae rr umi'ber (R90 269-6376, no, later than three (3). days prior to the
re rann .:.r ipr.,:. .- i n orn.:h rir; notice has been given.- Hearing impaired persons
can access the foregoing telephone number by contacting the Florida Relay Service at
1-800-955-8770 i .':.,c. ,-r i 0 .55. 7,71 (TDD).
Board of County C:.nmm.-,ne, .
Clay County, Florida.
legal no. 4142 published June 30, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today newspaper.



NOTICE BY THE MAGNOLIA WEST COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
DISTRICT OF THE DISTRICTS INTENT TO USE THE UNIFORM
METHOD OF COLLECTION OF NON-AD VALOREM ASSESSMENTS

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Magnolia West Community Development District
(ihe b D;siric:iF inlends to use ihe uniform method of collecting non-ad valorem assess-
menrsa o o e eved ry re Diinci, pursuant I, Seclion 197.3632, Florida Statutes. The
Board of Supervisors of the Disifr;cl w;ill corducl a public healing on July 6,2005, at 3:00
p.m. at the Orange Park inr. Si Johns Room 150 Park Avenue. Orange Park, Florida,
Florida. : ; <-

The purpose ofl te public hearing is io consider The adoption of a resolution authoriz-
ing the Ditrict to use Ine uniform method of collecting non-ad valorem assessments 10o
be levied Dy the Distrinc. pursuant to Section 197.3632. Flonda Siaiuies

The Distnct may levy non-ad valorem assessments lor the purposes) of constructing
acquiring, making, maintaining, operating, and equipping infrastructure improvements
to serve the District including, but not limited to, drainage facilities. transponation
improvements, water ana sewer facilities. ana recreation improvements and facilities,
and any olher lawtul projects or services of the Dslrici

Interested parties may appear at the public hearing to be heard regarding Ihe use oi tne
uniform method of collecting such non-ad valorem assessments.

Tne public neanng may be continued to a date. lime, and place to be specified on Ine
record ai Ire hearing If any person decades to appeal any decision made wiln respect
to any maner considered at this public hearing such person will need a record of pro-
ceedirigs. and for sucn purpose such person may need to ensure Inat a verbatim record
.: ofl ie proceedings is made at their own expense and inat such record includes the les.
alimony and evidence on which the appeal is based

One or more Supervisors may participate in Ine public hearing by ilephone A1 tne
above location there will be present a speaker telephone so 'hat any interested party
can anrend itn.epuhic nearinng at Ine above Ioca3,ion and oelully informed ol Ihe oiscus-
sions taking place either in person or by speaker telephone device.

Arny person requiring a special accommodation to participate in the hearing because of
disability, sfiall contact the District Manager at (954) 753-0380, at least five (5) business
days ipjdvance to make appropriate arrangements.

.JaresPerry t
Manager .

legal no. 4064 published June 9,16, 23 and 30, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper. ".


$3041.00
Licensed & bonded aucioneers llabd22 fiau
765 & 1911
legal no, 4163 published June-30, 2005 in
Clay County's Clay Today newspaper.'

NOTICE OF
PUBLIC SALE.
TENANT NAME AND UNIT NUMBER
DAVID MANN E-18
RACHEL DAVID F-7
CHRIS COVEY. G-18.
MICHAEL WILSON G-21
CYNTHIA DURBIN H-35
In accordance wilh Stale Stalures 83.806 to


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UNITED STATES

POSTAL SERVICE.


NOTICE FOR BID

UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE -.s PARKING : rE ,
seeking a site and/or existing space for 50Parking spaces for 4,400 SF ,
a- new postal facility in Middleburg, FL .66 Parking spaces for 18,000 SF.:
32068-9998. 111 Parking spaces for 26,177 SF
MIDDLEBURG-FL.-MAIN OFFICE
PREFERRED AREASS: EXCLUSIVE USE PREFERRED
CLOSING-DATE: July 20, 2005
N: Allie Murray Road
S: Peppergrass Street PROPOSAL PACKAGES may be
E: 1/2 Mile from intersection of Hwy. 21 obtained from Crissie Gravitt;, Facilities
&'Hwy, 218 Contract.. Technician, Southeast
W: 500' West from intersection of Hwy. Facilities Service Office, U.S. Postal
21 & Hwy. 218. Service, 1735 North Brown Road, Suite
200, -Lawrenceville, -GA 30043-8153;
Note: Where streets or highways are 678/442-6043; or picked up locally from
used as boundaries, sites on either side the Postmaster in Middleburg,. FL
of the street/highway are considered to 32068-9998. Assistance on Real Estate
be within the preferred area. questions should be directed to Jody
Sloan, Real Estate Specialist, at the
SITE SIZE: 1.2 acres to 8 acres above address or by calling 678/442-
nu; ta yll.!3.1.; m ea! i c 6014 -
! BLDG SIZE 4.400-SF really onlyl6'26.- l'gal no. 4145 published June 30 in
177 SF Nei Interor. Clay County's Clay Today newspaper.


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON
ADOPTION OF ORDINANCE

The Board of County Commissioners of Clay County, Florida, will hold a public hear-
ing Tuesday, July 12, 2005, at 3:40 p.m., or as soon thereafter as can be heard, in the
Board of County Commissioners Meeting Room on the.Fourth Floor of the Clay
C.:.urt, ,Arn ir: I.i~,:ir, Building, 477 Houston Street, Green Cove Springs, Florida, to
consider the adoption of AN ORDINANCE OF THE BOARDOF COUNTY COMMIS-
SIONERS OF CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA, AMENDING SEC. 2-1.6, CLAY COUNTY
CODE, WHICH PROVIDES FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT AND ADMINISTRATION
OF THE CLAY COUNTY TEEN COURT PROGRAM, BY DELETING THEREFROM
THE PROVISIONS FOR -THE FUNDING OF THE SAME UNDER SECTION 2-
1 (a)(4), CLAY COUNTY CODE; BY ADDING PROVISIONS UNDER-THE AUTHORI-
TY OF SECTION 938.19, FLORIDA STATUTES, AS AMENDED UNDER SECTION
71 OF CHAPTER 2u10)5-.23, LAWS OF FLORIDA. ASSESSIr G A COURT COST OF
$3.00 IN THE CIRCUIT AIID COUNIITY COURTS AGAINST EACH PERSON WHO
PLEADS GUILTY OR NOLO COt jTEIDERE TO OR IS CONVICTED OF. REGARD-
LESS OF ADJUDICATI(COj, A VIOLATIONS OF A CRIMINAL LAW OR A MUNICIPAL
OR COUNTY ORDINANCE OR WHO PAYS A FINE OR CIVIL PENALTY FOR ANY
VIOLATION OF CHAPTER 316, FLORIDA STATUTES, REGARDLESS OF
: WHETHER ADJUDICATION IS WITHHELD UNDER SECTIONS 316.14(9) OR (10),
FLORIDA STATUTES; REQUIRING THE COURT-COST TO BE ASSESSED IN
ADDITION TO ANY OTHER FINE, CIVIL PENALTY OR COURT COST AND NOT TO
BEDEDUCTED FROM CERTAIN FINES OR CIVIL PENALTIES'RECEIVED BY THE
COUNTY AND ITS MUNICIPALITIES, AND TO BE ADDED TO ANY CIVIL PENALTY
FOR A VIOLATION OF CHAPTER 316, FLORIDA STATUTES, REGARDLESS OF
HOW PAID, EXCLUDING PARKING VIOLATIONS OTHER THAN THOSE OF HAND-
ICAPPED PARKING LAWS; REQUIRING THE CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURTTO
COLLECT AND REMITTHE COURT COSTS TO THE CLAY COUNTY TEEN COURT
PROGRAM, LESS 5 PERCENT RETAINED AS THE CLERK'S FEE; REQUIRING
THE CLERK AS THE CLAY COUNTY TEEN COURT PROGRAM ADMINISTRATOR
TO SUBMIT TO THE BOARD BY AUGUST 1 OF EACH YEAR A WRITTEN REPORT
ACCOUNTING FOR ALL COURT COSTS RECEIVED; INCORPORATING BY REF-
ERENCE THE PROVISIONS OF SECTION 938 19, FLORIDA STATUTES: AS
AMENDED UNDER SECTION 71 OF CHAPTER 2005-236, LAWS OF FLORIDA:
PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
All interested persons are invited to attend the public hearing and be
heard by the Board on matters pertaining to this ordinance. Pursuant to Section
286.0105, Florida Siatules. a person deciding to appeal any decision made by the
Board with respect to any matter considered at the meeting of the Board at which the
public hearing is held or at any subsequent meeting to which the Board has contin-
ued its deliberations is advised that such person will need a record of all proceedings
arid may need to ensure that a verbatim record of all proceedings is made, which
must include the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based. A
copy of the proposed ordinance may be inspected by members of the public in the
office of the Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners, Fourth Floor of the Clay
County Administration Building, 477 Houston Street, Green Cove Springs, Florida,.
between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, with the
exception pf legal holidays.
In acdordanrce with the Americans With Disabilities Act, any person need-
ing a special accommodation to participate in this matter should contact the Clay/
County. ADA Coordinator by mail at. Post Office- Box .1366, Green Cove Springs,
Florida 32043, or by telephone at number (904) 269-6376, no later than three (3) days
prior to the hearing or proceeding for which this notice has been given. Hearing.
-impaired persons can access the .foregoing telephone-number by contacting thea
Flcricda Relay Service at 1-800-955-8770 (Voice), or 1-800-955-8771 (TDD).

Board ,:f Couhiry Commissioners
' Clay Cootnty, Florida .

legal no. 4143 published June 30,2005 in Clay County's Clay Today newspaper.


Section B-23:

83.807 the aboe units will'be sold or dis-
posed of on Tuesday, July 12, 2005 at 10:00
a.m. to satisfy lien for past due rent, late fees
and penalties. All units contain items used in
or around the home or business. All goods
are sold "As Is". Terms of sale are CASH
ONLYI Seller reserves the right to withdraw
any item from the sale for any reason.' .
The Best Little Storehouse in Clay
996 Blanding Blvd.
Orange Park, FL 32065.
(904) 272-9622
legal no. 4164 published June 30 and July
7, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.












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or 229 years America ha, cele-
brated its freedom on July 4thi.
XX- iie irN fortunatee t0o baie a
beautiful seating along tih St. John. Rjiter in
Orange Park in which to :el-brate liiis free-
doim and the \alue otf being an A nie-air.
Thi i family-
friendly "Ameri-
can Pie -4th of.
July" reernt has as.
its maid spor.n;sor
_t %,ar the North
Flci ida Chii
dealers. Nothing .
stands for.the tra-
ditions in Ameri-
can culture like pie
and Chevy. We are
proud to have
them join us in cel- .
ebrating this year's .g
sixth annual event .
to benefit the Jane DiLoreto
Black Creek Dis-
trict of the Boy
Scouts.-
Another spon-
sor, Oraige Park
Medical Center has
enabled us to Iick
it up another 5i
notch" by sponsor-
ing a radio simul-
cast from :WOKV
AM 69.0 of patriot-
ic music that will be
coordinated to the
-fireworks display.
Come and
Coe an Jim Cribb
enjoy good, whole-
some family fun
There will be arts and crafts vendorIs, -ood
eniertainmenInt, a parade. pie balng con-
tests, ree games Fo. the children and mnany
other fun activities.
We. salute the many Americans that ha%;e
fought for and are still fighting for the free-
doms we enjoy. We give special thariks to
this community and the nianm sponsors who
make this event such a success.
Join us on Sunday and Monday for fun
filled days.
Jane DiLoreto and
Jim Cribb,
Co Chairs

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.2 -AMERICAN PIE 4TH OF JULV










Fourth celebration gets big

By Greg Walsh, Managing Editor .
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ORANGE PARK The 6th anriual
American Pie-4th of July at Mo,:e-
haven promises to be the biggest; andl
best version of the event yet, orgau.z-
ers said.
Consider, it will have:
More fireworks
Simulcast music on AM radio
An new major event sponsor
More. ernd'o-rs and game sponsor-
"Th!,e hul.: idng is a good event loi
the community and the scouts," -.a:i'l
Curtis McClees, district training c h a n.
man for the Black Creek District. "-It'
a good way for the scouts to give ba,: k
to the community and it's really fui,.
A new sponsor, the Southern C ihe,
Dealers, have bolstered the event's --
fers by giving $10,000. And, thank- h:
the Orange Park Medical Centr-r'-
sponsorship, viewers of the fire i k-
display can listen to a simulcast cl ili.e
soundtrack and choreography on.
WOKV-AM 690 that will accompar. ,
the show.
Jane DiLoreto, a co-chair o: il.
event committee, said she's very e ,: i-
ed about the annual event, which cra -
an estimated 30,000 people.
"What I think is neat about that. is
even'the people that are not on Iiq:,
Moosehaven premises, that are on Ili-
boats or in their cars, can hear rhe
music," she said. "We've been wanting
to .I.u [dat frr.ni da one and just haei'r,
had the fuiinds."
There's al a;. plenty to do a( the
erent. iiiih fta-iu' everything trni
dogs chasing Frisbees to displays by% ilI
Black Creek District of North Florida
Council of the 3Boy Scouts of Amei 1 a.
There ate 'Iso a'inumbdr:offloars al-
' ,- rad, n.d up for the Indepenrid'-n.:
SDav Parade ,lr'ed fur MAliidai. Jiil\ 4.
but some room remains for anyone -s,:-
wanting to get in.
The parade route is -south along
i t-r Road. -- .
Organizations can go to the el.e-
bration's official-Web site, wwv. or.
ange ai rk 4 i ,i fIl .,:,:1 ai,,:
*J,' nl,ad ih!- alji lia.: ti,:,n to take pati
in the parade.
The event, which is free to the ., t,
lic, ill feature, amusement rides for


This years edition of Americal Pie 4th of July will no doubt have patriotic participants such as this
one who took to the streets last year.


g boost

children, concessions, arts and crafts
and will include three categories of pie
baking contests, fruit, cream and other.
A Boy Scout volunteer working on the
event said profits from the Fourth of July
celebration an estimated $10,000 last
year are very important. Curtis Mc-
Clees, district training chairman for the
Black Creek District, said a portion of
the money is split between an estimated
50 scout troops helping at the event.
"Each unit that comes to participate
takes the money back to their troops and
packs where they have say where money
is spent," McClees said. "I know some
of the troops use the money to send boys
to summer camp; others use it for camp-
ing equipment or other equipment."
Remaining funds go to the district
council to offset costs from the event and
buys awards for scouts. The rest of the
money goes to the North Florida Coun-
cil Boy Scouts of American, which cov-
ers 14 Florida counties, to support its
operational costs.
The event is one the scouts are glad-
ly- associated with, he said.
About 200 Boy, Cub and Venture
scouts join in, helping set up and tear
down tents and chairs. Others man
booths that sell drinks and water, one of
the main profit generators, while more
handle parking chores, deliver ice to ven-
dors or take care of emptying trash cans.
"It's a great family event and the
scouts get out there to provide service to
the community," he said.
The Southern Chevy Dealers spon-
sorship is good news for the scouts, Mc-
Clees said, because it frees up other
funds to buy more television and radio
advertising.
Parking is free at Mooshaven on Sun-
day; $5 on Mnlda%1 wilh rn, returri pass-
es. Organizers remind everyone iparkiig
in the street or median is noti il,:,,:d.
Fireworks go off rain or Iirne'.
DiLoreto says it all adds up to plenty
of family fun.
S" i ai find interesting is that we are
drawing so much of a crowd from Duval
County," she said. "When people have at-
tended our event they just find it so fami-
ly friendly and it's just a beautiful setting."
SAnyone wanting to participate in the
pie-related contests can call 264-0520.
Event-goers are not allowed to bring
coolers and alcohol on the grounds.


Decorating with



red, white and blue



'firecrackers.


Special to Clay Today

Decorate your table with some. red,
white and blue 'firecrackers'.

What You Need

1 (1" thick) Dowel rod
Saw
Drill (optional)
Sandpaper
Red paint
Blue paint
White paint -
Paintbrush
Glue
6" Twine
1 piece of Ribbon'

How To Make It
Cut dowel rod into 3 pieces (6", 5",
4" or whatever lengths you prefer).
If you have a drill, drill down in one


end of each dowel piece about 1/4". (if
not skip steps 2 and 6, and glue the twine
end down on top)
Sand ilie doxl r,ds ends, rounding
slightly if desired.
Paint your dowel rods with the red,
white, and blue paint with patriotic de-
signs. Let dry.
_Cut the twine into 3 (2") pieces.
Apply a spot of glue into the end of
each dowel rod that has a hole drilled
in it. Push one end of the twine in the
hole. Let dry.
After the project is dry, tie all three
"firecrackers" together and stand up on
end.

Tips
The thick (straight, not slanted) card-
board spools that are used in some Serg-
er Thread spools would be an alternative
to using the dowel rod and having to use
the saw and:drill.


AMERICATV-,P'lt- 4T-H OF 'JULY 3


JUNE 30, 2005








Entertainment


6th Annual American

Pie 4th of July
Hours:
Sunday, July 3 noon to 8 p.m.
Monday, July 4 noon to 10 p.m.
Parade noon, July 4.

Here is a partial schedule of live entertainment at the pavilion:
Sunday, July 3
12:00 2:00 various acts on stage (TBD)
1:00 7:00 Backintyme (storytellers) on property
2:00 4:00 "Granite" (band) on stage
5:00 8:00 "Turning Point" (band) on stage (headliner entertainment)
Monday, July 4
Noon Opening Ceremony on stage, Start of Parade
Musical performance (TBD)
12:45 p.m. Announce Parade winners, Install Bricks, Navy Band?
1 7 p.m.- Backintyme (storytellers) on property
1 7 p.m. Disconnected K-9's ( Frisbee dog show) on property
by stage
1 3:30 p.m. Various acts on stage (TBD)
"Warren Family Cloggers"
3:30 5:30 p.m. "Granite" (band) on stage
6:30 9:30 p.m. "Turning Point" (band) on stage,
(headliner entertainment)

Admission: Free
Parking at Moosehaven: Free on Sunday; $5 per car on Monday
(No coolers or alcoholic beverages allowed on the grounds)




Luxury River Front Escape
...located on the serene banks of the St. Johns Ri'er


Entertainers of all ages will take4o the Moosehaven grounds for the annual Ameri-,:
can-Pie Fourth of July celebration.

Vendors




Following is a list of vendors for the i
Amnerican Pie 4th of July at Moosehaven:
Hendra's Funnel cakes
Jackies Seafood
Hawaiian Ice
Lions Club hot dogs and hamburgers
Moosehaven seafood
Boy Scouts chicken dinners
Beef O'Bradys
Swamp fire and ice
Toy Shak
2D's homemade woodcrafts
Glow Worm
Wind Shine and Easy Seat
Christian Home Academy
Celebration Church
Florida Times-Union
Bluegreen Vacation club
.Southern Living at Home
SMoonlight Creations
Clay Today
JC's Inspirational T-shirts
Clay Co. Supervisor of Elections
Orange Park Christian Academy
Warren family crafts
G&L Paint specialists-
Dr. Otto
Monahan Chiropractic
Air Technology
A Touch of Glass
All Smiles clowns and face painting :
Kiss My Buttons handbags and button broaches
Game sponsors:
Reinhold Corp.
Clay Transmissions
Community First Credit Union


* Private Club Dining
* River House Pub-
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* Three Resort Pools
* Seven Tennis Courts


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4 AMERICAN PIE 4TH OF JULY


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Parkway named to honor fallen NAS Jax sailor


Special to Clay Today by Jax Air News
NMCRC Orlando, Jax Air News

APOPKA, Fla.- Family, friends, civic and
government officials, and shipmates gathered
at a park recently for the dedication cere-
mony of the Jason Bosley Dwelley Parkway.
The stretch of road was once known as
Recreation Way, but was changed to honor
the life of a young sailor who paid the ulti-
mate price for freedom.
SW2 Bosley Dwelley was assigned to the
NAS Jax-b.ased Navy Mobile Construction
Battalion (NMCB) 14 and was one of seven
Seabees killed in Iraq last year.
Members of Veterans of Foreign Wars
(VFW) Post 10147 mustered in front of the
shelters full of participants, their M-1 rifles
stacked together as they waited for their
order to present colors at the beginning of
the dedication ceremony. Several members
of NMCB 14 attended the dedication.
John Land, Mayor of Apopka, read the
words inscribed on the granite memorial and
presented a plaque bearing the inscription to
Dwelley's mother.
"Everyone who had a part in it, thank
you. Mayor Land, City Council members
thank you so much for doing this in honor of
Jason, fdr keeping his memory alive," said
the mourning mother. "It's just overwhelm-
ing, [the] outpouring of support from the
community and the city- of Apopka for re-
naming this street is just wonderful."
State Representative Fred Brummer (R-
Apopka) attended the ceremony.
"You could tell that the hearts of the peo-
ple here were touched by the gift petty offi-
cer Dwelley gave to his country," he said.
Friends and military brethren also came
by for the event.
"I'm happy to see the family here. I was
closest to petty officer Dwelley and wanted
a chance to speak with his parent-. I was
in Iraq seven months, two weeks with petty


eral members of Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 14 stand in the background.
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.Photo By Jax Air News
Mr. and Mrs. John Dwelley, parents of SW2 Jason B. Dwelley, at the dedication ceremony of Jason Dwelley ParkwayMay 14. Sev-
eral members of Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 14 stand in the background.


officer Dwelley. but I knew him for many
years. He was mobilized from Naval & Ma-
rine Corps Reserve Center Orlando Febru-
ary 2004 and killed in combat April 30,
2004. E'er\boddv from detachment 03
xared to be here to speak with his parents
in a group function of support," said SWI


Russell Gellner of NMCB 14.
CE1 Eric Niles talked about the future of
the spot.
"What's great about the park is that it will
be used everyday by a lot of children.- They
will have a reminder of what petty officer
Dwelley gave his life so they could have all


this," said Niles.
. Recreation Way, the street formerly
known tothe citizens of Apopka and all who
have visited the park,-now carries new mean-
inig, as.tribute to a sailor who shipmates said
only wanted to .become an engineer and
serve the country he loved,.


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A red, white and blue treat
Special to Clay Today


Fourth of July celebrations usually
include a mix of summer activities,
from swimming at the beach to tak-
ing in the requisite fireworks. All these ac-
tivities are of course accompanied by food.
In the spirit of the holiday, serve up some-
thing red, white and blue ... or perhaps blue-
berry. Guests will savor this "Red, White
and Blueberry Cheesecake Pie," courtesy of
the U.S. Highbush Blueberry Council.
RED, WHITE AND BLUEBERRY
CHEESECAKE PIE
Makes 8 to 10 portions
8 sheets (about 13 by 14 inches each)
thawed frozen phyllo dough
1/4 cup butter or inargai iniie melted
2 packages (8 ounces ach)i 1 reain cheese
1/2 cup sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
2 eggs
2 cups fresh blueberries, divided
1.'2 cup sua beiiry jelly
1 cup whipped heavy cream or nondairy
whipped topping
Preheat oven to 425 F.


Pies and cakes are a typical
Fourth of July dessert.


For crust:- Grease a 9-inch pie plate; set
aside. On a flat surface, place one sheet
.phyllo (keep remaining phyllo covered to
prevent drying out); brush with butter. Top
with another phyllo sheet; brush-with butter.
Repeat with remaining phyllo and butter to
make eight layers. Using kitchen scissors, cut
layers into a 12- to 13-inch circle. Carefully


press circle into prepared pie plate; gently
fan edges. Bake until edges are just golden,
. six to-eight minutes; cool slightM *.,i .a wire
rack. Reduce heat to 350 F.
For filling: In a medium hibo" With an
electric mixer, beat cream cheese, sugar and'
vanilla until light and fluffy. Add eggs; beat
until well combined. Fold in 1 cup of the
blueberries. Pour into prepared crust.


Bake until set, 40 to 50 minutes. To prevent
over-browning of crust, gently cover with foil
the last 25 minutes of baking; cool completely
on rack.
To serve: In a s-mall bowl, beat jelly until-
smooth. Spread over cheese filling. Arrange
remaining blueberries on top in star shape.
Garnish with whipped cream, if desired.


Clay students raise funds to fight obesity


Special to Clay Today
O'LRANLGE PARK Clay County students
from 24 elementary and middle schools did
their part to fight childhood obesity this p)a.[
s-chool eai.
Through their Jump Rope for Hiarl and
Hie Hoops for Heart programs. Clay CoLann
-tudents raised .$78.000 fur ilhe Americanj


Heart Association. Fleming Island Elemen-
tary was the top fundraising school in Clay
County for the 2004-2005 school year, rais-
ing over $11,000.,
Other schools participating in thie events
,e-e -laN Hill Elemin, ai., Coimni l
Chnraii,. Dcilors. lnlel El.nrenilai. Grace
Epi-copal DaN School: G ioe Park Elenmeii-
larn, Kes'tone Heights. El-ientar., Lak-eside


Junior High, Lighthouse Christian, McRae
Elementary, Middleburg Elementary, Or-
ange Park Christian Academy, Orange Park
Elementary, Orange Park Junior High, RM
Patterson Elementary, RideOut Elementary,
Ridger- ie, Eli-meniar. S. Brnan Jenlniiig~
Elmrene ita.. 'St. Luke's Atinnuriciaiion
Catholic. S%%inimmg Pen Creek Elemem.ar).
Thiunderboli Elenientar, Tyne.s Elenmeniian.


W-dlkins:in ElemImeni an andI Wilkin :n Juiin i
High School.
Jump Rope for Heart and-Hoops for Heart
are educational programs targeted toward el-
ementary and riiiddl.- -chool to raise nmoiN
in the fight agairlsit hea- dih;ease iand stroke.-
This 1 ear in Flonda. 1.500 schools par-
tiipated hi Jump Rope for Hean and Hoops
for Heart, raising oner $3.900.000.


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Fireworks safety to be




taken serious on July 4


By Joe Chisholm, Correspondent
ORANGE PARK- With July 4 coming
up, the Orange Park Fire Marshals are
preparing to oversee the safe firing of
all fireworks in the town during the pa-
triotic celebrations.
Chip Earls, one of those overseeing
Moosehaven's July 4 American Pie cel-
ebration, is optimistic about the cele-
brations.
"We haven't had a problem in a
long time," said Earls.
It is important for everyone to knox
that one cannot just fire off fireworks
for public display without a permit.
said Earls.
Getting a permit is a simple task.
he said. When a group wants to have
fireworks at their big celebration, the)
need to obtain a permit application
necessary for fireworks that are large '
than the approved fireworks on the
Fire MJarshi als .Aiptl i'ed Sparkler List.
Oni Ihis applica.ion, the person
must write where the fireworks are
going to be-set off. It is important to
write down what kind of fireworks, and
their specifics. A site plan must be of- Anyx
fered and proof of some insurance is pern
vital in getting a permit. After the ap-
plication is finished, the site where the fire-
works are to be set off will be inspected.
The process is not cumbersome, said Earls,
and the permit is free.
If all standards are rmet, and the file-rorkl
match those on the Sparkler list, a list of legal
fireworks, then the permit will be issued.
Once a permit is given, unless something,


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one wishing to shoot off fireworks such as ti
mit from the Fire Marshal to do so.
drastic occurs, then the fireworks can go off
as planned.
A burn ban can change all plans though,
said Earls.
"It has been wet here, though, so I don't
think that will be a problem," he said.
If a burn ban is in effect more then two-
,eeks prior to .the date of the fireworks


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calt "isit the File Marshal %,ebsite at
fldl,.com, or contact the Cla; Count Public
Safety at 19041-284-6330.

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safety tips



The U.S. Consumer Product
Sailet\ ICon li.ssion and ilie Nati,,n-
at Council on Firework Sairlet offer
tIie flolming firewoik saliv lip- ps t
mak,: Fourth of July ceJlebr3al.ons
more ,-r ,i,'0 al:,'le:

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pia, wll hre torl -.s uinde any :ir-
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any ru nig o1 n i hoi-seplai.
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r,-riadis.
Keep a bi.:ker o|' water inearb,
lor emuergenici-s and for pourtnn on
fir'e:-rirks that don't go nlf.
Do not uy to relight or handle
ii.11uil tiiCuon lirwiork-s. So..ak them
+ith water and lini:w thein away.
Be -ure othei people are out ol
range before lighting fireworks.
Never ignite fireworks in a eon--
lainer. especially a glass or metal
L-ontainer.
a Keep unused fireworks awaV
from firing areas.
Store fireworks in a dr\. cool
place. Check instructions [or special
storage directions,
.,* Observe.locailals.
Never have any portion of your
body directly over a firework while
lighting.
Don't experiment with home-
made fireworks.
Always read and follow label di-
rections.
Buy from reliable sellers.
Light only one firework at a
i me.
Never carry fireworks in your
pocket.
The shooter should always wear
e)e protection.
Sparklers burn at such high
temperatures that they. burn clothing.
Before you enjoy fireworks, get
permission front the property owner
Pets can be friglitened by loud
noises and ibight flashes. Keep your
pets indoors while enjoying your
fire orks.


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By Bethany Koch, Correspondent

ORANGE PARK- In an effort to ensure that
event attendees of the American Pie Fourth
of July celebration will have a safe and fun
holiday, The Orange Park Police Depart-
ment and Clay County Sheriffs Office will be
working overtime, say officials from both or-
ganizations.
To facilitate a fun and safe experience for
all, some road closures will be needed. An
opening parade from the Kennel Club and
ending at Moosehaven will require that River
Road be closed at 11:45 a.m. and stay
closed for about one hour.
No traffic will be allowed on River Road.
south of Stiles Ave. as well as Kingsley Ave.
east of Astor street beginning at 7 p.m. on
the 4th.
Roads will be blocked near-the intersec-
tion of U.S. 17 and Stiles, U.S. 17 and
Blake, U.S. 17 and Campbell, U.S. 17 and
Loring and on River Road south of the Ken-
nel Club.
These locations will remain closed to traf-
fic from 7 p.m. until the completion of the
fireworks show, according to a letter sent out
by the Orange Park Police Department.
The secured area of River Road will. be
clearly posted with signs and parking will not
be allowed on the roadway, nor on the right-
of-ways during the fireworks closure times.
The Orange Park Police Department will
strictly enforce the 'no parking' areas.
Alcohol will not be permitted on Moose-
haven property.
The St. Johns River off of River Road will
also be carefully patrolled this year.
Officers will-make sure boats maintain
proper separation and will be performing
checks for safety equipment, according to
Chris Castelli of the Clay County Marine En-
forcement.
"We will be looking for violations likes
boating under the influence of drugs or al-
cohol arnd not iolloing boatirg sale-h ignis,"


.


Correspondent Photo By -Bethany Xoch
Clay County Sheriff Deputy Chris Castelli, left, and Fish and Wildlife Officer Frank Kuncir will be patrolling the waterways during
to 4th of July to ensure everyone has a safe holiday.


said Castelli.
Ten 10 fift-en otfi.ers-. ill stat patrolli-ng


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We honor and acknowledge our gratitude to those who
have made the ultimate sacrifice for their country.
There i. perhap., no m:oie. po.tcir sy,mbol of this s.cnfice thin the *unknotvn .'.ldier," the serviceman whn
has died in combat but, wh.e rw.-nijris ale not iderntifible He .-'annotr be returned 'to his home his fnends'
and lotc'd ones cannot kno-TJ lor certain how or x hen ior ei-'r i ) he died he cnnot bNe plac'Id I:o 'rei in a
site of his own choo.inT. He rernairs, perpetually, a soldier who not o:.nl, .a up hi' l for hi-- co-uriy
but his very identity, as well. That lc,.s of ideriut, makes the unknov'rn soldier a po:.weriul *:Tib': h:e.":,i'er
- because he s no lo.:rnger an Individu.al he stands for the pure-t ideil- 'i OcO:'u.ige ,'alo'r and actilite arind
serves as a nc-ble and selites representation of service t.:. one's country
1. fow many steps does the guard take during his walk across the Tomb of the Unknowns and why?
21 Steps It alludes to the rveniry-one gun salute, which is the highest mittary honor that can be given
2. How long does he hesitate before he begins his return walk?
The Sentinel marthes 21 steps across the black mat past the finai resting places of the Unknowri Soldiers
With a crisp turm, the s nrinel turns 9-0 degrees to face east for 21 seconds The sentinel then turns a sharp
90 degrees again to face north for 21 seconds He then executes a shoulder arms" movement that places
the rifle.on the shoulder nearest the qisiters, to slgni;c that the sentinel stands between the lomb iind any
threat. Then th, sennnel takes 21 sWT-p5 down the m.it. aid rep.eai- the prcc;sie
3.Why are his gloves wet?
HLs gloves are moislened to- prevent his losing gnp :n the rifle
4. How often are the guards changed?
Guards are changed every thin\ minutes benveen Sam and 7pm ir:rn Apnil I1 to September ;ihE and
every hour between Sam and 5"pm the rest or the year At all other limes lie. 'whIle the cemetery is
closed) the gmard is changed tvere rwo hours.
5 What are the physical traits of the guard limited to"
For a person to apply for guard duty at the Tomb he must be between 5 10' and 6. tall. with a propor-
iioral weight and build
Other notes about the Guard
Th. Tomb Guard identificatn Badge is one of the least awarded badges in the- Aims; second only t.-. the
Aturiaut Badge The 5:in bei': wah awarded mn earl', 20 and the tital number of recpens i noi ,
about 525 Sin.ce the rhniinel; are held t,, such a high s-andard it ihe\ ev'l d-'dc nylhing that is deemed
behavior unribec.m.in Trmb Gurd o r it. heir crindu:ct t'irig-- dl-ho:rorx, upon the T:Tomb their t.adoen ma:,.
be revoked, even 1ailer the, hajve I-t aci,',e dut,, miliiarv .':r'ice
AnV scldiet wishmn to become a sentinfel niUit under,.2:' ri'rous training including -.everal hour a da .:,I
marching rifle drilland urnterm preparaion Ever:, Tombi:, ieniel ti expected to be completeiv versed rin
the histlor,'of both the Tomb. and or Alington.Jaiion.l Cemeterry including knowing howc 10 find the
graves of the 300 most prominent persons buried in the cemetery Amnonp the notables are President Talft.
Pr.-ident Kennedy, loe Le-is tine Eoseri and Medal of Honor vqinner Audje Murphy, the. most decorated
..-Idier 0it WWlii o[ Hollrv'.iood anie
ETERNAL REST GRANT THEM 0 LORD, AND LET PERPETUAL LIGHT SHINE UPON THEM
IT,ar.Lirna Ga Izc. 2- hen praci.:allx, e er/ government emnplose.- in washington wai bearing .a hatvY
reLrea t'0 avoid the after eilec.L ot Hurricane Isabel a :mall group 1.i men dcoded their commtmeni-rt at
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weather To them it was a matter :f hor.,'nng their personal and proifessonai obligations to the men and
women who served before them and who serve now and obviously do not have the luxury of serving
their country only when skies are blue and the sun shines down upon them.
Alth.:.u@h the Tomb of the Linknowns is watched over by Tomb Guards 24 hours a day 365. days a year
regarded .:.f weather conditions- c. o have soldiers so duty-bound as to igno,,e their own personal weil-being
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early in the morning and will be out until
'after the fireworks are over, said Cadtelli.'A
perimeter will be set up around the barge
that the fireworks will be set off from with
Buoys. It will be about 500 to 1000 .feet
from the barge. -
Boaters are also excited about this year's
Fourth festivities.
Boater Mary Fletcher recommends other
boaters bring coats if they plan on seeing the


fireworks. .ge
:' "h tends to ger t colder al'ter the ,tin goes--
* down," said Fletcher. 1
She also recommends boaters have all
their safety equipment and if they plan to
fish they also should carry their fishing
license.

For more information call the Orange
Park Police Department at (904) 264-5555.


By Bethany Koch, Correspondent

As the summer heats up, more Florida
residents are taking to the water and the Clay
County Sheriffs Office ( CCSO) hopes to re-
mind everyone about the importance of boat-
ing safety.
"A lot of the things people do wrong they
don't do intentionally, they just don't know
any better," said Deputy Chris Castelli, a
member of the CCSO Marine Enforcement
who gave some tips on how to make boating
as safe as possible and still enjoy one of
Florida's biggest assets: the water.
The number one tip for boaters: take a
boating safety course, said Castelli.
This course is maniiddt 'for those under
21 driving a motorized vessel over:10-horse
power.
"Most violations we see are careless op-
eration," said Castelli. "Examples of this are
operation on the wrong side of a narrow
canal, speeding too fast for conditions, and
operating while under the influence of drugs
or alcohol. Boats are high speed motor vehi-
cles, so boating safety is important for the
same reason traffic safety's important. There
are no ambulance boats out there."-
Violators will receive citations for offenses
said Castelli, and have to pay a fine of $85.
"Some things count as criminal violations,
like operation under the influence of drugs
or alcohol or letting someone under the age
of 14 drive a jet ski," said Castelli. "A lot of
, people thirik that ,they've- done -something-


_wrong when they get pulled over. But we
don't want people to automatically assume
that they're going to get a ticket when they're
stopped. We do a lot of inspections for safe-
ty equipment."
Having the proper safety gear is very im-
portant say officials.
"Each boat needs to have U.S. Coast
Guard approved life jackets for each passen-
ger," said Castelli. "It [a life jacket] needs to
fit its intended wearer properly. Also boats
-14 feet of longer need a type IV throwable
device or PDF (personal floatation device)."
According to www.boatsafe.com, a Type
IV throwable device is intended for calm,
inland Water with heavy boat traffic, where
help is always present. It is designed, to be
thrown to a person in the water and
grasped by the user until rescued. It is not
designed to be worn. Type IV devices in-
clude buoyant cushions, ring buoys, and
horseshoe buoys.
Another tip for boaters is to mind the wa-
terway signs, said Castelli. Manatee zones
and minimum wake areas are all there for
the safety of boaters and those in and around
that area.
"Boaters need to slow down at manatee
zones so boaters are less likely to experience
an accident. This.helps both the manatees
and the boaters," said Castelli.

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Green Cove man enjoys portraying Franklin


By Bob Henderson, Staff
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GREEN COVE SPRINGS Look-
ing as though he had just stepped
off the page of a history book, Art
Yeaman walks onto the stage.
Wait a minute.
Did you say Art Yeaman?
Yes.
Naaah. It can't be; that's Ben
Franklin.
I tell you, it's Yeaman.
Well, it's really sorta both.
When Yeaman dons the cos--
tume of Ben Franklin, he dons
the persona, as Well; he be-
comes the man.
Actually, Dr. Franklin is-a a
fairly recent alter ego for Yea- III
man. The Dalton, Ohio, native
retired in 1994 after 22 years as |
a U. S. Marine.
But in 1991, while still a Ma-
rine, he was in the audience when
Neal Warwick, famed Franklin
impersonator from Miami, per-
formed at Orange Park High Portraying
School. Yeaman was captivated, similar to
He "devoured" a Ben lightning
Franklin autobiography and tricity.
steeped himself in thirigT Frankli-
nesque. -
Coincidentally, at about the same time,
he attended a costume party dressed as
Franklin. He was still a master sergeant
on active duty at the time, so he had to
wear a wig. Now, it's his own hair falling
to his shoulders.
Yeaman's wife, Jenny, attended the same
party in Colonial costume.
Yeaman's first costume was rented but
since then Jenny has made them all.
After that first exposure, Yeaman-
thought, "I can do this." till. hli- regdeci iI
as a neat hobby with no thought of creating,
a business.
Shortly after retirement in 1995, Yeaman
made an appearance at Green Cove Springs
Middle School. At the conclusion of the per-
formance, Principal Ken Francis asked Yea-
man for an invoice. The performer was
astonished.
"I don't charge for this," he protested.
Francis was adamant.
"I already have a check for you in the of-
fice," he said. "I pay others more than
you're getting and they're nowhere near as


Photo Specialto Clay Today
g Ben Franklin, Art Yeaman shows off a key
,one Franklin would have used to attract
and prove to the world that it really is elec-

effective as you are."
Yeaman has a number of programs, all age-
tailored for his audience. Among them are:
Ben's Story is his most popular pro-
gram. It is an overview of the Founding Fa-
ther's life, presented with wit and humor.
Highlighted is the famous kite-and-key
story of 1752.
Let Freedom Ring explores the period
from the 1760s to 1790. He will ask the
question, "Can we govern ourselves?"
[The question is. answered by a Declara-
tion, a PRei olutiour. a Countituiion anda,
new Republic. .
Colonial Days, he says, is great for young
children. These are tales from 1600 to 1790
arid explore, among others, who darns the
socks? Who gathers the wood?
The Laws of Nature and Nature's God is
a tribute to indigenous education. This one
brings Ben to Florida with tales-of John and
William Bartram's "East Florida."
Virtues and Values explores guiding prin-
ciples. The audience learns about the
JUNTO and the Leather Apron Society.
This, Yeaman says, is greatfor team build-


Staff Photo Sy Bob Henderson
James Bailey got an unexpected history lesson when he met Ben Franklin, aka Art
Yeaman, at a recent appearance in Green Cove Springs.


ing and uniting people for a cause.
Conversations with Ben is an-interactive
program for stage orclassroom, office or
conference room, in the garden or at the
fireside.
Ben Franklin is known to history as a
civic leader, 'inventor, statesman, diplomat,
abolitionist, philosopher, essayist, free-
thinker and, above all, as a printer. Indeed,
with allhis lofty credentials, his tombstone,
at his- own direction, bears the simple leg-
end, "Ben Franklin, Printer."
One summer night in 1752 he flew a kite
with a key attached and discovered that light-
ning and electricity are the same,
He was instrumental in launching a li-
brary, hospital, fire company, school and
more.
Franklin was signer of both the Declara-
tion of Independende and the U.S. Consti-
tution.
Yeaman is a performing artist, a one-
man dramatist, a ionr, teller and a consult-


ant. Like Ben, he is self-taught and has en-
joyed a life of civic responsibility along with
the joy of learning. He has made more than
750 appearances since 1998.
Like Franklin, he rises early and gets to
work; he continues into the evening.
He says he owes his work ethic to his fa-
ther, who was a mill worker, and his joy of
learning io hi-s s.choolteacher mother.
Yeaman i. ai aabil a : "bnrig hi-tren to
life" for school-, libraries, businesses, or-
ganizations and civic groups.
During an interview, Yeaman pointed out
that 2006 will see the 300th anniversary of
Franklin's birth. He said that, even as you
read this, groups all over the country are
pr epal ing for the event, which will kick off
yea-rs of celebration as other Founding Fa-
er.' reach their third centenary. -

Yeaman may be reached at (904) 529-
8653, MeetBenF@aol.com or www.Meet-
BenFranildin.oni. .


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add spark to their festivities, but .a s-miilar top it with another pie tin. Staple and dec- construction paper that can be shredded
A large: part f f.'aly 4th celebrations is eiect can be achieved with n.is,.makers rate with red, white and blue ciepe or cut into:. ImalU pieces. Use it as conlet-
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Happy Birthday, America!
What better way to celebrate
than with a patriotic-themed
barbecue
Special to Clay Today
Happy Fourth of July! It's time for fire-
works, parades and, of course, a barbecue.
Want to throw your own fiesta on the
fourth?
Here's how:
The event: host the bash in your back-
yard, a local campgroufld or park. Hold it
early in the afternoon. In the morning, you
can take in a local parade, and after eating,
you can attend a fireworks show or sympho-
ny performance.
Invitations: send out invites in the
shape of a flag. Ask guesis to wear red, white
and blue. For a twist, you can host a costume
party where guests dress up like their favorite
Revolutionary War character, such as
George or Martha Washington.
*Decorations: lthe theme? Paniotisni, of
course! Purchla-e tableclodrs, plates, cups
and napkins in red, white and blue. tilf your
tablecloth is patterned, use solid-colored
napkins and plates. You don't want to go
overboard on stars and stripes).
Sprinkle star-shaped confetti, which you
can purchase at a craft or party-supply store,-
over the table. Place red, white and blue bal-
loon bouquets around the eating area. Add
a floral scent to the air with red, white and
blue flowers suhii a- red roses or blue flax.
Music: there are plenty of patriotic
songs to -erve as a musical backdrop to your
meal. Pla-, "Yankee Doodle Dandy" or
"Ameniria tlir Beatioful." Yon jcan eten havel-


Holiday feasts such as this one will be consumed in large quantities during the upcoming holiday.


an o)ld-ta3shioned singalong. .
*Food and drinks: food should be Amer-
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watermelon and corn on the fob. (Don't forget
veggie burgers or tofu doggies for your vege-
tarian gu'est-.) Top it all off wirh a tried-and-


true American dessert apple pie!
For beverages, stock a cooler with sodas,
and water. Guests will also welcome a a
pitcher of fresh-squeezed lemonade or iced
tea on a hot July day.
Games: play games like volleyball or


Photo Sf'et urlto Clay Today


: baseball. Give 41th-tienied prizs-;. such as a
mini AiXerican flag.
Comfort: keep a supply of sunscreen
on hand by day and bug repellent by night.
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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS.- Keystone Heights
once again is gearing up for its annual Fourth
of July celebration, Our Country Day.
This year's theme is "Living in America"
honoring mom, apple pie and all things
American. On the shores of Lake Geneva,
this two-day event brings out the best of
small-town America and the patriotic obser-
vance of Independence Day.
On Saturday, July 2, the Street Dance
gets the holiday started with a live band,
Crooked Council, playing from 8 p.m. until
midnight. The dance will be held in the park-
ing lot of Keystone Village Plaza on SR-100.
This event is free and open to the public.
On Monday, July 4, a full slate of events
and activities is scheduled throughout the
day leading up to a spectacular fireworks dis-
play at dusk.
The annual beach volleyball tournament
begins registration at 7:30 a.m. at Keystone
Beach with tournament play beginning at 8
a.m. Teams may register in two divisions: a
three-player coed "A" division and a four-
player BBQ division. The coed division is
geared for amateur players who regularly
enter tournament play. Teams of families,
friends and neighbors are encouraged to
play in the BBQ division. Each BBQ team
must lhae at least one female player in-order
-to qualify for the tournament. Registration is
$10 per person for coed A and $8 per per-
son for BBQ if registered before Saturday,
June 25. After June 25, the fees will be $12
per p-r:,on and $10 per'person, respective-.
ly. To register, contact Eddie Grabowski at
(3521 473-3087.
Ain arts and crafts fair with food \%ending
-will be stationed in the Theme Park rie'\t to
cir, hall from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The ever-pop-
ular Baby Crawl races in at 10 a.m. in the
Thliene Park. Registration is taken the day of
the event.: Better Daze, a 1960s-driven
band, will perform live throughout the day.
The parade begin- at 11 a.m. down South
Lawrence Boulevard. "Expect zany clowns,
patriotic floats and s.eet treat- for a slice of
Amercana. Three grand marshals haie been
selected to represent Our Country Day
2005. Public school principles Mary Mimibs,
Keostorle Heights Elementanry Marcus Doo-
le., McRae Elementary and Susan Sailor.
Keystone Heights High School will reign over-
the parade. -
The Keystone Heights Volunteer Fire
Department opens its doors to the public at
noon with demonstrations and provides wet,
relief from the heat in a swimming tank. Kids'
are welcome to bring a suit and jump in to
cool off. The fire station is located on Flamin-,
go Street.
Bring your canine companiolh:to the "Top
Dog" contest at 1 p.inm.at the gazebo in the


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Last year's event included patriotic floats
such as this one.

Natural Park to find out what award your pet
could win.
-From 2-4 p.m., live music will he provid-
ed by Last Call at Keystone Beach.
At 3 p.m.,.belly up to a table and test the
tummy's capac4in at the second annual wa-
termelon-eating contest challenging even
the hardiest of eaters. The contest will be
held at Keystone Beach.
The Keyston'e Heights Jaycees and Our
Country Day, Inc. will sell fish dinners at
Keystone Beacli begiiiirini at 4 p.m. Meals,
will consist of fried fish, beans and coleslaw
for $5 a plate. Proceeds from dinner sales
benefit next year's Our Country Day.
Just when you thought it couldn't get bet-
ter, the evening activities turn up the heat to
,make a hot summer night even hotter with
Honest Injun's live performance-at Keystone
Beach from 5-10-p.m. and at dusk weath-
er permitting a pyrotechnical showcase of
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'Turbo draft' added to Clay fire


Special to Clay Today
GREEN COVE SPRINGS Clay
County Fire Rescue officials have
placed an innovative piece, of
equipment on three fire trucks,
which will allow firefighters to ac-
cess water in previously "inacces-
sible" areas of the county.
Many rural residents have
pools, ponds or river front access
on or near their property, but until
the introduction of this astonishing
piece of equipment, these water
sources couldn't be used during
firefighting efforts, simply because
fire engines were unable to get
close enough to the source to
draft, or "siphon" water using
conventional methods.
This device, called "Turbo
Draft" is a fire educator, which can
be used in. open water sources by
allowing firefighters to "draft"
water using water flowing out from
the fire engine to generate even


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This is a demonstration of an innovative piece of equipment added to
three Clay County Fire Rescue trucks. Called a 'turbo draft' it can be
used in open water sources by allowing firefighters to "draft" water
using water flowing out from the fire engine to generate even more
water being returned to the tank for suppression efforts.


more water being returned to
the tank for suppression ef-
forts.. .In a word, "a little
water gets much more
water". The Turbo Draft is
capable of flowing up to 670
gallons per minute, using
hose lines that. may be up to
200' long. This impressive
sustained water flow could
enable firefighters to attack a
fire more aggressively, with
fire fighting efforts focusing
more on the fire 5i,,ppr. si.ii
effort-instead of water supply
efforts. Currently, ensuring a
water source sometimes saps
i luable ,Iianpiwe-r which
might be -better utilized in
suppression efforts.
Long time Keystone
Heights volunteer firefighter
and current CCFR Lieu-
tenant Paramedic, Lt..Chip
Ware of Keystone Heights, is
keenly aware of water supply


equipment
coneerns. Over i,.- ii e:-. -hi- he --z-:en his share
of calls where water supply-or lack of it-affected
outcome of fires in.rural settings. He spent a
great deal of time to research and gather infor-
mation on the "T Ill b DI' a" anld piLri'. I I.
county officials for further research.
Costing $2600.00 each, the device is not
cheap, but the potential return in increased fire
protection and suppression capability has
county officials thinking it's money well spent.
Currently, only three have been purchased,
and are placed on Engine 10 in Keystone
Heights, Tanker 229 in Fleming Island,, and
Tanker 149 from Middleburg. Training on
these devices has been completed to familiar-
ize Clay County firefighters with the operation
of this device.
With the current growth explosion in our
county, the needfor fire and EMS services will
continue to grow and expand, as well. Many
residents appreciate the rural setting to live,
relax, and raise families. This device provides
a tool in the arsenal of CCFR to provide in-
creased fire safety, while-residents continue to
enjoy the atmosphere which makes Clay Coun-
ty.such a great place to live.


Use these burger tips for barbeque success


Special to Clay Today
,(NUI) Summer and fall and the long
weekends in-between are ideal times to fire
up the grill and bri:ig the family together for
some outdoor fun.
Burgers, the quintessential barbecue fare,
are among America's all-time fa'...iinr f....:-.
For variety, top them with unconventional fix-
ings, uich as ac.ad: e -li:e-. arugula, salsa and
fresh basd.
For ti- bst ia-te alld ptjitiun fr-.lr.es-.
con:iiSD?.-n ruti.m-,td o01anic.gi1tn,: .Tvild beel.
__-. "USDA-ce -iid o.ganic-grouto:d beef-is


made from animals that have-not been inject-
ed with synthetic-hormones or antibiotics, and
that eat food free of animal byproducts and
grown without pesticides,". said Michael
Levine. president of Organic Prairie Family of
Farms, one of the nation's leading coopera-
tives of organic farmers and providers of or-
ganic meat.
Here are some burger-making tips from Or-
ganic Prairie.
For best flavor, use 85 percent lean
g ,u h,.] l.:-ef.If T ,:.u ,'ch-,... I l Ilnel ear. 1 adld a
;,plad hi ,.,t I dh iU[Ij u1 i: .ri-'[-,ei -l.. 1ii, :' t :,-"
t) LmcI pease dfl or and n-loisi re.


Finely mince any garlic, onions or other
vegetables that will be mixed into the meat.
Larger chunks will make the burger fall apart
on the grill.
Wet clean hands prior to making the pat-
ties. The patties should be formed loosely, not
packed or pressed, and should be about one-
half-inch thick and slightly wider than the bun.
Try this Mediterranean-inspired burger
recipe at your next family barbecue.
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1/4 cup tomato (chopped)
1/4 cup organic feta cheese
1/4 teaspoon dried dill
1/2 teaspoon basil
1/2 teaspoon sea salt (to taste)
1/2 teaspoon black pepper (ground)
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AMERICAN PIE 4TH OF JULY 17


Middleburg, Penney Farms to celebrate Fourth


By Sarah Dittman, Correspondent

Area residents will be able to enjoy many
events at the.Penney Retirement Communi-
ty and Middleburg Elementary and High
School in celebration of the 4th of July.
The Penney Retirement Community will
hold a "Raising of the Flag"ceremony, blue-
berry pancake breakfast, parade, and an in-
door picnic. All events are open to the
public.
"It's going to be a gala of an event," said
Louisa Pickard, who is an 80-year-old resi-
dent of the retirement community and the co-
ordinator of the events.
The "Raising of the Flag" ceremony will
begin at 7 a.m. where "Uncle Sam" and his
partner "Betty Ross", sporting colonial out-
fits, will lead participants in singing the na-
tional anthem. Davis Long, resident of the
retirement community, will provide musical
entertainment on his accordion.
Martina Kohler, city manager for Penney
Farms, will be speaking at the event.
Upon completion of the "Raising of the
Flag" crr ol..r,, a blueberry pancake break-
fast will be provided at 8 a.m.
At 10 a.m. the parade will commence at
the pavilion. Residents of the retirement
community will promenade around the pond
while music is played. They will join each
other afterward and.sing patriotic songswhile
being served red, white, and blue Popsicles.
Following the parade, there will be an
11:45 a.m. indoor picnic in the "Quad din-
ing room".
Th. Pei i-, R, 'Litenie ii Community is lo-
cated eiglit mnid-s Iroim iGren Cove Springs
on Highway 16.
Middleburg will also, have a parade-to
commemorate the country's birthday.
A parade will begin at Middleburg Ele-
mentary at 9 a.m. Those wishing to march in
the parade should arrive at 8 a.m. to sign in.
The parade will end at Middleburg High
School at approximately 10 a.m.
"We're expecting more people- to attend]
-than ever before, but the time t hi-n tile pa-
rade ends depends on how many people at-
tend," said Jerry Tarrant, Facilities Manager
for the Middleburg Civic Center. "If there's
a lot of people who participate, the parade
might take a little longer."
According to Tarrant, the reason why the
parade starts so early is due to the heat in the.
middle of the day. There are children that at-
tend the parade every year and they can be
ae,-c red b\ sru nimner heat.
The "Middleburg Country Daze" festivi-
ties begin at Middleburg High School when
the parade ends. There will be many vendors
paying a $100 fee to reserve a booth for
their businesses or organizations. An abun-
dance of food and drinks as well as snow
coner- and other treais will be sold during the
da). Music entertainment will also be pro-
vided.
"MNliddleburg residents put a lot of time
arid tal-iii into these events," Tarrant said.
"It feels really good when we do events like
these. We enjoy it so much."


P. oto speclta r. it Toaay
Every year, area bands are just a piece of the Fourth of July festivities.



Habitat planning 4th of July event


Special to Clay Today

MAliDLEBR(; -WLhat ., ,o o do d i,n
two dill-Ktent cnp.,amei thliio, arv part Im
the publi': ni lthir sam.-in d:lay ad cuinmpete
f'.t cus'toier.. You do what Cisa Countv
Habitat for Humanit; and Lee's Cycle
Centi- are doing; \ou thlr,., a bigger. bei-
ier. conibined party.
On Saturday. July 2. Habitat and
Lee's Cycle are hoping to have the
largest 4th of JuJly celebration, at least in
Mi.dleburg. When Habitat's Home Inim-
provemeni Thrift Store manager Phil
Berk contacted Laura Lee, owner of
Lee's Cycle Center with the idea of a
joint party, she jumped on the idea. "Ii's
important to be involved and gihe back to
our cormmurnitv and help our area grow,"
Lee replied.
Lee wanted the party to have a cause,
a reason for people to come out. She sug-
gested trying to raise enough funds to
build one Habitat house. $50,000. And
from there the ideas have flowed. Berk is
now working with another Lee, Stephanie,
the paris and service manager to put to-
gether an exciting day for everyone.
The party will start at 11 a.m. and hb-
held at Lee's Cycle Center at 1871
Blanding Blvd. in Middlebttrg, just south
of the intersection at Brannan Field/Bax-
Icy Road. Events include a classic cat and
motorccle- show, like niutsic, games. lood,
Clay Counti Sherif:t'- Department dis-
pla) s. fireworks and lots of raffle prizes to
gine away. Habitat will also have several


Photo Speciafto Clhai Todait
Plans are already underway for a Fourth of July Block Party sponsored by Clay
County Habitat for Humanity and Lee's Cycle Center.


displays, including irnormation on volun-
leering and applying for a home.


So come on out and have a great time
and support a great organization.






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Fireworks company predicts great show

Clay Today Staff

ORANGE PARK Antho-
ny Santore has seen a lot of
fireworks shows.
His family owns a fire-
works company and puts
on more than 120 shows a
year around the United
States.
So when he says the
closing fireworks display
for the 6th annual Ameri-
can Pie 4th of July.Cele-
bration is going to be one
of the company's best it
comes with a little more
substance than the casual
observer.
"It's going to be a fan-
tastic show," said Santore,
who is vice president of
Fireworks by Santore. "It
will be about a 20 minute
show. It will be fired from
a barge and this particular
show uses a variety of
shells and effects."
"This is one of the
largest shows we will pro-
duce this year,"he said.
The 2005 show alsowill be "bigger" than Tthis ea "s s-ho u % ill also- be
previous year fireworks, which start abour set to mus-i. iuch %ill bLie simul- I -
9:30 p.m. and can best be seen from the cast on % OK\-AM 0[ Sant.:,re
riverbank behind Moosehaven. said getting the fireroiks and
Fireworks display companies base- their music coordinated ,an be diffi-
size of show on how many effects oct:ur per cult.
minute, hesaid,withshowsranging from 5(10 "There' a loi more that goes I
displays to up to 5,000. He didn't lmow the into it than if muski isn't usedl.
exact number for Orange Park', show, but lie said. "We Iaser and tier the
Santore said it was near the top. minusical accompaniment with thie A
The show normally takes the cr.-,w t uo Io fireworks. and we also hIok for J"
three days to set up on the barge. Comput- tues in the music, like a heart
ers are used to control when the effects are izs mentioned in the song %e tn to Piotos -pectalto Cla TodalLV
fired, Ie said. ma:l It it up with a heart affect." Fireworks by Santore will end the annual Apple Pie Fourth of July celebration.


Show off the stars and


stripes this patriotic season .4 l.


Special to Clay Today

For more than 200 years the Amencian
flag has celebrated the nation's independence
and served as an inspiration tIo millioris. Ehen
before the flag.was officially adopted b. the.
Continental Congresson Jui e 1-. 1777. i
repr-seinterd the freedom anI pan.liaiis that
Amnericans still proudly) display to tins :lay on
e irhin fron ipins to teesAo b-ead:h itoui-.
To learn more about third naion'"-
strongest symbol and the history bellid ide-
stars and stripes, here are sonme star-spai-
gled facts that are sure to put ~su onI tih,
road to becoming a true i e\lllolis-.it tan ex-
pert on the history of flags!):
Red stands for valor,zeal stand fel- erien


W hite signifies' hope.i nniio(:tnie nd
puinty
Blue means lo-.sah siricertt,. jusui:e
and truth
Thr uhit-e tars -.-t in a blue field rep-
resent a conste-Ulaioii
Oer mlie tihe U.S. tfla ha- incorpo.-
rated iianioiis desigiins tuhding a pine tree
and a rattl>tsnak,
The lati de-sin ha-s I:-ee updated 27
ties. since its adoption aud has lii:ng been a
-ource oft inspranon. In recent sear-s, one of
the mostI pupula lee shiirts hlion-oring i Ihe
Star- anid Sinpes i- tihe Old Navv Flag Tee.
Sii.-e l04. Old Navv ihas -.saluid the fag
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Pledging allegiance to the history


behind the Red,


White and Blue


Special to Clay Today
According to popular legend, Betsy
Ross, a Philadelphia seamstress who was
acquainted with- George Washington,
leader of the Continental Army, and other
influential Philadelphians, made the first
American Flag.
In May 1776, so the story goes, Gener-
al Washington and two representatives
from the Continental Congress visited R6ss
at her upholstery shop and showed her a
rough design of the American Flag. Al-
though Washington initially favored using
a star with six points, Ross advocated for a
five-pointed star, which could be cut with
just one quick snip of the scissors, and the
gentlemen were won over.
Unfortunately, historians have never
been able to verify this version. of events,
although it is known that Ross made flags
for the navy of Pennsylvania.
The story of Washington's visit to the
flag maker became popular about the time
of the country's first centennial, after
William Canby, a grandson of Ross, told
about her role in shaping U.S. history in a
speech given at the' Philadelphia Historical
Society in March 1870.
What is known is that the first unofficial
national flag, called the Grand Union Flag
or the Continental Colours, was raised at


the behest of General Washington near his
headquarters outside Boston, Mass., on
Jan. 1, 1776. The American Flag had 13
alternating red and white horizontal stripes
and the British Union Flag (a predecessor
of the Union Jack) in the canton. Another
early flag had a rattlesnake and the motto
"Don't Tread on Me."
The Continental Congress approved the
first official American Flag, also known as
the Stars and Stripes, on June 14, 1777.
The blue canton contained 13 stars, rep-
resenting the original 13 colonies, but the
layout varied. Although nobody knows for
sure who designed the flag, it may have
been Continental Congress member Fran-
cis Hopkinson.
After Vermont and Kentucky were ad-
mitted to the Union in 1791 and 1792, re-
spectively, two more stars and two more
stripes were added in 1795. This 15-star,
15-stripe American Flag was the "star-
spangled banner" that inspired lawyer
Francis Scott Key to write the poem that
later became the U.S. national anthem.
In 1818, after five more states gained
admittance, Congress passed legislation fix-
ing the number of stripes at 13 and re-
quiring that the number of stars equal the
number of states. The last new star,-bring-
ing the total to 50, was added on July 4,
1960, after Hawaii became a state. _


'Old Gloiry is hoisted while Boy Scouts and veterans honor its heritage at a 2004 event.


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American Pie
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Community Blood Drive

Donate blood with Florida Georgia Blood Alliance and
show your community spirit this 4th of July. FGBA
bloodmobiles will be. on the grounds of Moosehaven, at
1701 Park Avenue in Orange park on Sunday, July 3rd
from 3:00 pm until 7:30 pm, and on Monday, July 4th
from 3:00 pm to 8:30 pm. Enjoy the American Pie 4th
of July celebration and share your good health by donat-
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commemorative t-shirt and a pass for free miniature golf,
laser tag, and go-kart rides at Adventure Landing! For
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Gardeners fnd a livelihood homegrown to atoes


By Mother Earth News magazine
Larry Butler and Carol Ann Sayle of
Austin, Texas, are among the
lucky few who manage to earn a
comfortable income doing just what they
love. For the last 25 years, they have pur-
sued their dream of growing and selling
fresh, organic produce.
Today, their Boggy Creek Farm offers
mixed salad greens, potatoes, onions, water-,
melons, eggplants, squash and mounds of
other fresh fruits and veggies.
The intense, smoky sweetness of Butler's
smoke-dried Roma tomatoes, featured seven
times on the Food Network, draws a loyal
clientele.
By selling some of their produce to the'
local Whole Foods Market and at a local
farmer's market, they've been able to pro-
mote their operation to shoppers already in-
clined toward local, organic food. Other
attractions to Boggy Creek Farm include:
personal notes of farm happenings
"penned" by a guinea hen cartoon character
named Miss Ethel, and tucked into salad
bags
a 2,300-subscriber weekly e-mail
newsletter
T-shirts and labels featuring Boggy
Creek's famous farm cat, Tubby J. Tupelo-
a cookbook and a children's .book
aimed at educating readers about real food.
Even the couple's 1840s-era farmhouse
is of interest; it's thought to be one of the
three oldest homes in Austin. Handout
recipes especially for foods like kohlrabi,
Brussels greens or sorrel help convince cus-
tomers to give something new a try. And, of
course, the Farm Web site (www.boggy-
creekfarm.com) is ever-expanding.
Butler and Sayle work as hard at being
friendly and informative as they do at grow--
ing fine produce; they say going the extra
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Their Boggy Ci:ek rouriid is gdood for
grou ing moir -peri-hdable% egetabe thliat[
mighlit nui, iake: a long trip. Butler sad -.
kAirong then are eggplintl-, sp>,:ialt) salad
ingredi-ents, peppers. ica.i toinaoes and
cut II ,o r-. The CLoupte pod.lu,: thou'san.s5
c, nimatoes, in-luding Romas for driving
and 'Earlh GIll" andI "C lebrit I' 1 thl,.-:
fresh market, along with watermelons,
onions and potatoes. A winter potato crop
is started in the greenhouse and sold as
new potatoes in February.
Boggy Creek Farm sells these products
along with items from other local producers
such as honey, goat cheese, free-range eggs
(to supplement those from their own hen
house) and organic beef and chicken. Today,
the couple's enterprise inchides two certi-
fied-organic growing operations, the twice-
weekly market, and the processing of the
smoke-dried tomatoes, smoke-dried, tomato
salad dressing and jams. .
Regardless of their successes to date, But-
ler and Sayle.say challenges routinely test
their resolve. In the fall of 2001, a tornado
blew down a huge pecan tree on the Austin
farm, damaging their historic home, a green-
house and the chicken house. Friends and
customers helped clean up, and later raised
'nearly $15,000 to 'hli pay loi repairs.
N.Vt as spectacular but',metimes almost
.as devastating are the eal.y frosts, late
frpsts, dry seasons, wet seasons (last May,
they .received more .tan 17 inches of rain
it nine hours), hail and. other extreme
* weather phenomena:'


fores adiii the OLIca'sioal laimn-r who, pn,:es
.' :uahtl produlIe- tor.lowi' : it'- dami-r.t ,lip,.--l -
blh- o,:i a uiiarket-gaidenet in pioI-.per if.he or
-lIe: is -ell- i Ig it hioles.ale- pri,:-. 1 below.
Sa- l_ ,*sL taieii h r the i- ,fi ttI i-ir hired
labor represefits 40 percent of every dollar
charged for products at the retail level, with
general expenses (equipment, soil amend-
ments, utilities, etc.) accounting for another
30 percent.
."Thankfully, the demand for quality local
piF:.dr:,- i-.tremendous," Sayle says. Virtu-
ally all the grocery stores %oul lik. to sell
local produce, Butler adds, buitthe key is
whether they can sell it for a premium so
they can pay the producer enough to stay in
business. When that's not possible, success-
ful producers like Boggy Creek Farm-take
charge of their own retail sales. Today, after
13 years of farming and frugally eliminating
all long-term debt, Butler says, the net in-
come from their farming enterprises affords
them a moderatelyy comfortable" living.
"Eten, year's net is different, depending on
the weather,- but' on average, we make ap-
proximately the same as a pair of experi-
enced. school teachers," he says. But
money's not the only reward.
"We always hoped we could earn enough
money to continue doing this," Sayle says,
"but our real satisfaction is in thinking that
we are contributing something worthwhile,
something to help people be healthy, and
making a small difference. We feel really
good when a customer says, 'Thank you for
growing our food.'"
' As it is, though, Butler and Sayle get to
garden all they want and share their joy of
growing wonderful foods with their cus-
tomers, including such regulars as Angele
Hall and Sophia Sarmiento. "The market
staff is like family," Hall says. "There's a
strong community, inri oheement here, and
we feel like this markt- and the fresh pro-
duce they offer is a. gift to Austin con-
sumers."
Sarmiento agreed. "This is so much more
than a grocery experience. These vegetables
are made with lov:e.

Excerpted from Mother Earth News maga-
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No one looks forward to a trip to
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Have you ever wondered exactly what is an
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A medical emergency can cover a wide variety of
medical problems from a bee sting to a heart attack,
The professionals at Orange Park Medical Center


recognized the need to ensure fast, appropriate care
for all medical emergencies. To help meet this
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