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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
        A 6
        A 7
        A 8
        A 9
    Section A: Clay Business
        A 10
        A 11
        A 12
        A 13
    Section A: Clay Features
        A 14
        A 15
        A 16
        A 17
        A 18
    Section A: Clay Schools
        A 19
    Section A: Clay Religion
        A 20
    Section A: Clay Military
        A 21
    Section A: Clay Police
        A 22
    Section A: Main Continued
        A 23
        A 24
    Section A: Fleming Island Today
        A 25
    Section A: Fleming Island Sports
        A 26
    Section A: Main Continued
        A 27
        A 28
        A 29
        A 30
        A 31
        A 32
    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
        B 22
        B 23
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JULY 14-JULY 20, 2005 EDITION It Pays To Know Your Community 50c Section A of two sections VOL. 35 NO. 28


Lake Asbury plan riles residents


By Bob Henderson, Staff
bhendersontjcpgroup.com

LAKE ASBURY A standing room-only
audience of stake holders residents and
large property owners turned out Mon-
day nightJuly 11, to receive the latest ver-
sion of a master plan forLakeAsbury.In
general, the plan was not well received by
the sometimes-hostile audience;
SBy Tuesday night,July 12, when the
plan came before ajoint workshop of the
Board of County Commissionersand the
Planning Commission, the turnout was
smaller and objections, while still voiced,
were less emotional.
Both meetings were held to air the
Count' r response to dte itare Departinent
of (Comnnitnlty Affairs DC.A) "Objec-
tions, Recoiiinnendationsand Comnmen t"
resulting from a pie\ ioushl submitted
Master Plan. The DCA objecuions fell into
fourareas: urban spra, I.tiiiabilit, public
facilities and u-atnsporitaion. The ri\ ised
plan addresses ec h of theseobjections.
County\ Planninge Direitor Thad
Criowe opened both mee ti rigs by describ-
ing and illustrating the changes that had
been made. During his introduction, he
said County staff is recoml mending that
the Ravines route for the proposed
Outer Beltwav be r:eni(ted from the
map. He said that this would align with
the Florida Depart ment of Transporta-
tionlplr'eferenceLs.
The revised plan envisions small "vil-
lages" connected b~ greenn \a\ s and in-
cl udin ngneighbol Ihood or "pocket" parks.
A neu concept. Crowe said, is the inclu-
sion of village centers incorporating
schools, sma ll conmm ertial en teprisiesor
other human scalefacilities.
The villages would d cluster homes
on relati\ el\ small plots, a device that
brought protests from all parts of
Monday's audience.

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fields questions from the audience.


STAFF PHOTOS BY BOB HENUDLRsON
The latest version of the Lake Asbury Master Plan was not well received by a stand-
ing room only throng of residents.


The Lake Asbury Master Plan map.


Cause of Quince Court flooding in dispute


By Debbie Israel Messer. Staff
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ORANGE PARK "Not in mi 29 \ears
of lii ing in thi. house ha\e I had after r
this high on my property declared'
Sandra Maynard, a resident of Quince
Court referring to flooding that oc-
curred the weekend ofJiul 2.
Her obser\ action was echoed by other
hlong-tlie residents ofthie neighlbo)ihood.
the-Fourakers, her neighbors across the


court and residents for 30 \Neal s. T he eld-
erhl couple said theli had never had so
much uuter on dheir property .
Their propel t\ had water in theii
Florida room and nrcarl iino ilhe
house, their garage and throughout
their aids.both front and back leading
them to have to dig at ditch at the
height of the flooding to tr) to move
the water around the house.
The residents seemingly most af-
fected by flooding in their residence


\eeie renter, of a home o\\ned b\
Robeit Siegel who lives in North Car-
olina. Siegel's pioperts foi which he is
filing a damage claim % ith the count\
for $16.)0l sals i he believes the flooding
is a result of "gross misconduct" by
count officials.
Contacted in North Carolina, Siegel
said lie thought the fill placed along a
ditch in the rear of his propertN was to

FLOODING continued on pageA-9


Saying goodbye to a hero

By Trisha Cormeny, Staff went down in eastern Afghanistan.
I,, I"dIrn r 'I.,v'... ... One by one, friends and family of
Fontan and his wife steppedd forward to
ORANGE PARK -Clay CG.uiN laidL '; share fond:l nie mories of the man be-
hero to rest Monday afternoon who hind the uniform who touched so many
paid the ultimate sacrifice to protect lives and fought to the end to protect
the country he loved. those he loved.
Hundreds of friends and family First to the stand, Fontan's father-in-
packed the chapel atJac ksr tn ille m- -' n- law Mike Fletcher thanked the dozens of
ory Gardens to remember Chief Petty military personnel who came in from
Officer Jacques Jules Fontan, a Navy across the United States to give their con
SEAL who diedwhile fighting terrorism dolences and honor a fallen comrade.
in Afghanistan. "- "It is an honor to know these fine men
"To remember is good... To remem- andwomen," said Fletcher."The fields of
ber good is better," said Pastor Dennis Chief Petty Officer Jacques Jules Fontan and his freedom are watered with the blood of
Bratton during the funeral services. wife, Charissa Fontan. our youth.
"There are many things in the life of Fletcher, giving a touching tribute to
this man...that are worth... holding on to." "They (SEALS) are a quiet minority," the man he'd called son-in-law for nine
Those things, said Bratton. are what said Biraton."But they certainly are not a years, was followed by a host of family and
made Fontan so special. Fontan was a lov- silent minority." friends who wished to share fond memo-
ing husband, fatherbrotheri and sonBrat- Fontan was among.a team of 16 Navy ries and say goodbye one last time.
ton said, comparing this \aliant sailor to SEALCommandosthatlosttheirliveswhen
the likes of G(eorge Washing ton, the MH-47.helicopter they were riding in NAVY SEAL continued on page A-5


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Blanding-Moody connector surprises some residents


By Greg Walsh, Managing Editor
gwalsh@jcpgroup.conm

ORANGE PARK When Clay County
planners began looking at a proposal to
put a new Wal-Mart SuperCenter along
Blanding Boulevard, they saw an unex-
pected opportunity.
Sitting at the south end of the proper-
ty just north of College Avenue was a
small dead-end road called Ridgewood
Avenue withjust a few residences and one
business. Always on the lookout for what
planners call "connectivity," the chance to
build a road that would draw more traf-
fic off Blanding and onto Moody Avenue
couldn't be passed up.
"From the very start we felt this was an
opportunity to have a mixed-use project,"


saidThad Crowe, county planning director.
However, residents living around the
SuperCenter site where Hall's Ace
Hardware and nursery are now located -
say they knew nothing about the connec-
tor proposal until the) discovered them
in Wal-Mart'S site proposal plans.
At a public meeting Wednesday July 6,
several of the 40 people in attendance
wanted to know why the county would
consider putting more cars on Moody,
which serves primarily residential areas.
One Calvados Avenue resident, Nancy
Boleen, said she couldn't understand
what county planners are thinking.
"Why would they do that?" Boleen
asked-after the meeting. "We have chil-
dren walking up and down those roads all
the time. There are three schools on


Mood) and we ha\e the YMCA."
Using car-packed Blanding Boule-
vard as an exc use is not good enough,
Boleen said.,;. .
"They (Bltinding drivers) can sit there
and wait like the rest of us," she said.
The Clay County Board of Commis-
sioners will have the final say on the con-
nector. And Crowe knows he may have an
uphill battle on his hands.
"Moic tlhan one comllmissinllell hls cccom-
plained to me about that connector," Crowe
said. "I'm going to sell itandas the planning
directorI think it's a good idea and make
sense, and if they make a decision not put it
in then.I respect that decision."
Commiissioner Harold Rutledge, who
attended Wednesday's meeting, said he has-
n't made a dec isi:n on Crowe's proposal.


"I haven't made a decisiori yet," R ut-
ledge said. "Thad has given me the pluses
for.is. The community doesn't want it, so
I'm going to go back and get some more
information from him as far as the traf-
fic modeling."'
A traffic light would be located at
the store's entrance, slightly noith of
the connector, which would not ha\ e a
traffic signal.
Crowe said the planners consider the
connector a secondary entrance into
the store.
"W hat L e pi ,01 note is sccLonda ry access
points to make the traffic work better," he
said, "And so people have options."
The commissioners will consider the
WAL-MART continimd on, i'epeA-8


POLICE BRIEFS Report sets dumping


Man charged with chu
trailer theft
Clay Today Staff
GREEN COVE SPRINGS
- A man being sought on a
grand theft charge that ac-
cuses him of stealing $15,000
worth of equipment from a
church was arrested Mon-
day;July 11.
MicahJoseph Lewis, 27,
of Lazy Gator Lane in
Green Cove Springs, was
found hiding under a bed
friend's home, according to a
ty Sheriff's Office arrest repo
Lewis' girlfriend. Stacy Ni
20, told officers he had left th(
Howeeer. police got per inissic
the home and found Lew is hii


rch the report states .
Haney was charged with resisting ar-
rest without violence following
^ .. the incident and was being held
.. on. an unrelated charge from
i^ :Duval Counti.
Lewis is being held in the Clay
Counti jail on $25,000bond.
The missing items- including
i.-- 100 folding chairs, musical in-
struments. speakers and microb-
1[ ; phones we re stored iin a an iler
Micah Joseph Lewis parked at the Abundant Life Fel-
-.lowship Church on Branscomb
at his girl- Road. The trailer was reported missing
Clay Coun-. June 3b dite ch uchpliastor-,ccording to
rt. a police report.
coleHanel. Lewis hasa lengths criminal record in
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costs at over $8 million


By Greg Walsh. Managing Editor

GR EEN COVE SPRINGS Clay County
should dow by next month whether state
e nvir onmental officials will accept re-
vised $8.8 million plan to clean up sites
where waste was illegally dumped.
If accepted as presented, the proposed
project could take up three sears to reme-
diate the six priniar\ sites using a fi\ e-man
counts crew. according to Steve Laux of
Jones. Edmonds & Associates Inc. of
Gaines\ ille. Fla.
The deadline to su biit the proposal is
July27. ..,. .
"The costesiimate ibasedona number
of assumptions." Laux wrote to De-Wavne
Igiou. the county's environ mental seri ices
director. "and while effort was made to
present an acc urate cost stiinate,numer-
oPs \ arialles and Llnklnow\ll factors will
greatly influence actual excavation costs."
County officials have hinted at how
they would fund the cost
Durinlg a ito n hall meednigJt\ 7. .om-
rnisslonler Hariuld Ruttledge said that tet e
would be no tax\ increase topay ifor clean up
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for from savings in other areas.
State and federal officials.investigating
allegation of misconduct in the county's
public works department went to the pits
near Orange Park, Middleburg and Key-
stcne Heights in March.
Officials sa\ the materials. illegally
dumped are mostly construction waste
and treated lumber. "We don't expect to
find anything (hazardous) in quantity,"
Laux said. "There may be the sci a barTel
of something but wedon't expect it."
Test wells near all.the sites have not
found traces of an\ hazardous chemicals.
.according to the couil t).
The reportalso includes:
STthe estimated additional costs for
eachsite: Knowles Pit. $2.8 million: Sleeplv
Hollow. $1.1 million: Masters Pit. $965.i 'I:
Nolan Pit, $352,"000., Buckhead Pit.
$196,000; and T\ in Lakes.5 71.0)00.
The Knowles Pit would by far have the
largest amount of excavating, requiring an
estimated 300,000 cubic yards to be re-
mo,\ ed.l Sleepy Hollow and MastersPit both
follow with 150,000 cubic yards to be re-
i noi- ed, dien Nolan Pit t 3 :,11.:i0, Buc head
Sat25,000andTwin Lakes-ai.SlN0.iOctbic yards. :
Knowles Pit would also take an estimat-
ed 68i ida\ s for actual 'exca\ tion.sorting.-
and refilling." according to die report. fol-
:.lo ed l b\ 20i dal\ sol final site-grading. The
other sites would require: Sleepy Hollow,
340. days (15);, Masters Pit, 268 days (5);
Nolan Pit, 68 days,(10): Buckhead. 5, days
(2); and Twin Lakes 18 da) s (1). The cost of
the cleanup will be split over three fiscal
years, averaging about $2.5 million each
year before ending in 2007/2008, accord-
ing to die report.
The costsare in addition to previously
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Many options protect


homes from high wind


Editors note: This isthe latest in series of
articles providing information about how to
be prepared during the hurricane season.
Capt. BernitaBush of the Clay County Emer-
gency Management Office writes the articles.
(Some information for this weeks article-
was obtainedfrom the A merican Red Cross,
FEMA, and the National Association Of
HomeBuilders.)
Clay County fortunately escaped dam-
age from Category Three Hurricane Den-
nis when it pounded our Panhandle
neighbors this past weekend.
However, without even a sigh of relief,
we are now looking at another storm brew-
ing, Emily. With more than four months
left until the end of the 2005 hurricane
season, residents are cautioned to ready
their homes and families now for the po-
tential strike of one of these storms.
After Hurricane Andrew devastated
South Florida in 1992, experts examined
homes thatsurvived, and those that failed.
They determined four-areas should be
checked for weakness-roof, windows,
doors and garage doors.
Building codes following Hurricane
Andrew were adapted to ensure greater
stability during stones. Homes built after
1992 meet greater wind load requirements.
This does not mean homes built prior to
1992 will fail, only that special considera-
tions should be taken to ensure a home is
the safe ha en Wou hope it will be.
Damage occurs and roofs fail because
the internal pressure of the structure in-
creases due toa breach in theouter shell.
With that in mind, this week's article
spotlights the need for securing a home


during high wind events. There are sever-
al means to accomplish this, each with
merits and varying costs. All potential
openings to the home should be covered,
including windows, doors, French or slid-
ing doors, and skylights. Garage doors
need special attention, too.
Plywood- By far the cheapest option,
plywood provides a good barrier for'
doorsand windows. Buy at least 1 /2 inch
"exterior grade" plywood. Thicker ply-
wood is acceptable, but is sometimes cum-
bersome to work with. Half-inch plywood
can withstand winds up to 150 mph, but
may be penetrated by flying debris. If af-
fixing to the exterior of the \ window, pl v-
wood should be cut 4 inches larger than
the window on each side; to allow for
ample space to affix to the housenotjust
to the window frames.
Four holes should be drilled in the.
centerofthe sheet to relie\ e pressuredrtiur-
ing a hurricane. Mark each sheet so you
will quickly be able to reinstall sheets for
future use.
There are a variety of means to secure
the plywood to your home. Simple screws
drilled directly through the plywood into
the wood of your home are sufficient.
Brick or concrete homes will need mason-
rv screws(tapcons)or bolts.
Hurricaneanc horsare a long-term so-
lution, by which \ou install the anchors
into the strructure.and then drill holes into
the plh wood to fit over the anchors. Wing
nuts are used to tighten plywood down.
and rubber anchor coeirs can be used
when dhe anchors are not in use.
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In the immortal
words of someone or
other, it was deja vu
all overagain.
Saturday, when I
finally woke up, was ,.
gray and blustery i -
with occasional spits Bob Henderson -
of rain. I knew it was STAFF WRITER
going to be rough
when I could see the underside of the
tree leaves and watch the grass lying over'
before the wind. I spent most of the day
working inside and, because it was that
kind of day, relaxed for an occasional nap.
Finally, exhausted by the sheer effort
of whatit took to even begin to clear the
landfill that my home had become, I
crashed early. The storm was already
moving in and I raised the blinds so I
could watch. My ne-iglhblor. od is very
well lighted so we are never in utter dark-
ness. Well, almost never...
About9:30 therewas a fwump and, sure
enough, darkness descendedlike a black
blanket on the edge of the St Johns River..
No-,. I don't mind darkness. As a mat-
ter-of-fact I seen tobe inthe dark a lot of
the time. I don't mind silence either. Bu.t,
i\ hen darkness and silence combine raid
I can'thear rte whir of.air conditioner


and ceiling tn. I begin to get nlhappy.
I hate ut tng to sleep in a hot bedroom.
As time dragged on and the.heat
\ rapped itself around me like a shower
curtain,m\ te feared nind began conjur-
ing up \ isi'ons of ten months ago whenI
was % ithoiut lpo\e for three days. Vision
gate wa.) 1t0 dir.ad and:dread to near
panic.
Then, abolnr 2:31l.l .m. there was a click
and a flash of lit tollow-ed al niiust im-
mediately by another fwump and a dark-
ness even deeper th before.
Panic now su iitiide ed to despair.
Knowing I was going to have to get up
early for chulh:. I spread-eagled on the
bed trying to catchji isi : tfe winks be fo re
it.would be time to hit the dec,.
Isn't it interestiii? The last time this
Ih.ppened I disi pted my plans for
church, too. This time I made it, though.
SAs I t ur nedthe cior net off my street, I
sawa manoutearlh c(ting 1i. p :i tree that
had been dow ned near the electric lines.
This iaal hlve bee n tlie culprit. The tree,
evei tlhoughi it was neai the ri\erhadnot
been uprooted; it had been broken off.
Along the way, the road and roadway
werelittered with broken tree limbs and
other debris.
De nnis, even from far away, had left
his calling c;ird.
As early as it is in the year. it is quite


likely that there ill be others of Dennis'
ilk and very probable that the First Coast
will notbe spared,'Ijusthope Dennis' sib-
lings aren't as nasty ashe was.
But you know, these traits Seem to run_
in families.
A MESSAGE from the office of Flori-
da's Attorney General says that com-
plaints are already pouring in regarding
price gouging at the gas pump. More
tliin 95 percent of the more than 300
calls his office received following the


declaration of emnergenc ha 1t e involved
this problem. One repc [ et en detailed
an increase from $2.18 to $2.S9.
This is unconscionable and we ap-
plaud the A. torine\ General for going
after these unprincipled thieves that are
taking the or st kind o-f advantage of
other people's misery.
Get'em.
Convict'em.
Use their excess profits to aid i i the
cleanup. -


Ce Cot r ,Ine fromJamesJett, Clerk of Cit' cu if C to

Penalties increased for traffic offenses


Q: So many times, tragic automobile.
accidents are caused b\ impatient d riters
running tred lights. It seems ionie that if
Florida ha:l stiffer penalties, it wouldcut
-down ioni led lihl t tinners.
A: l:M ari quite night labot die dan-
ger people who ,ru n red lights present. Asa
manner of fact. legislate, n passed dit iil
this \eiari, session. HB 497. takes the tol--
lowingchanges:
Increases tlhe ci il pc inai1 f0o a dri\ ert
failing toobe, a red tr.ril l I signal front
$60 to $125 ", and assesses four points
ag:inmst driver failing t(:o obe\ a traffic
-onutol signal de i:e. : This is the amount
of the base fine. This amount does not in-'
clude ci u.rt costs. \hih inas vary slightly
fromcount\ roicointI. '
Requiires an operator to complete a
Sdri\ er inmproenientum core for a second
violatet on occur IIing \ within 12 months of
.the firstviolation, and
Disutibutes none s collected from-the
increased civil penalty to trauma centers
based on trauma caseload and severity of
trauma patients.
Remember, a "traffic control device"
can include more than just a red light

TRAFFICFINESFORCLAY COUNTY
EffectiveJuly 2005
Bicycle Moving 115.50
Bicycle Pedestrian 43.50
SeatBelt 71.50
t trl&jay & 0 l r Couy raa.d EM palutc .Lbilnli va Tw rf3ly I
t6 1 3 K I(lnay Aarpj SLedL 1, Or.r p Park. PFc.na a.'JiT
IN CLAU CCONT'u. MAIL DELIVER'
Sub6wiptlon Rata
OUT-OF.CXOUTrf OUT.OF-STn'TE
blb5scripIlon Rare
C'UT,:IF : i CJurTR' Cl_ TL TDA', 5
CLAM CJOUfir CRE:FJiT. MAIL DELUVER
Subearptlon RaN
I .^.a *S50 C-3


All Terraini- .- 66.50
Equtipmient ,jInt igit'di'/fI 71.50
Equipment
i ifinli i. i withi 30ida vs i 16.50
Non Mo\ ing violationss 71.50,
Moving Violations 115.510
Exceeding Maximum Speed 115.51:
Failuieto r Yield to Emergenc\ \iehcle
85.5f0
Speeding 6-19 minlesovet 80.50
Speeding 10-14 mnlesoter r155.5(i"
SSpceding 15-19.l iles o\e -! e 1i.
Speedin.g 20-29 miles o\cr 205.5UI
.Speeding 30iand above 3015.50U
Clhld Restraint ::; 115.51.1
Railroad Crossing Arms 155.50
StoppedI School Bus 155.50
Disable Pall, kng UTC :': 138.5i'
Disable Parking Oidinance 245.00
IllegalParking Ordinance 12.010
Improper Parking 1200
DWLSR Unk now inglh 1 115.50
Litteriingunder 151bs
(Mandato-.yCo,,t (- I 91.510
Drop/ShiftLoad
(ltoaidayCourt),. :. 1.5

Speeding construction in school zone
Exceeding Speed 175.50
Speeding 6-9 miles over 105.50
Speeding 10-14 miles ovetr 6255.501
Speeding 15-19 mileso\er 305.50
Speeding 20-29 miles over 355.51
Speeding 30 miles and above 555.50


Thanks for Black Creek Ravines letters

'; Thank o:Iu for pritiintng ourlettersin and orchestrated degradation. We appre-
the Clay Today regarding our ongoing ciate your effort to be fair to both sides.
fight to save the Black Creek Ravines- DawynMBoyer
Conseir ati0on Area from unnecessary Middleburg

Make Chowenwaw a park


I'n glad that the Girl Scout Camp
Chowenwaw oni Blc k Creek was. pur-
chased by the c oI nt). I wouldn't want
to see houses developed on that prop-
Ierty. Too much land has been taken by


development already. I would like to
see it become a public park or a nature
center.
Alex Page
-Student, OrangePark


Writer grateful for help


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C4tiorn A-4







July 14, 2005 CLAYTODAY.BTZ Section A-5



New bike makes Joe's hill much easier


By Greg Walsh, Managing Editor
gwalsh@jcpgroup.com

MIDDLEBURG -Joe Adams needed
help traveling up the hill near his home.
It looks like he's gotten it from some
good Samaritans.
Police told Adams, 82, in May that he
couldn't use a golf cart to drive around
the Middleburg area picking up alu-
minum cans.Proceeds from the cans pro-
vide crucial income for the retired Navy
warehouseman, who lives in an aged mo-
bile along Blanding Boulevard south of
County Road 218.
Determined to continue his three to
four mile daily morning route where he
checks various locations for cans, Adams
went back to riding a three-wheel bicycle
with a metal basket on the back.
But he it was a struggle pedaling up
hilly northbound Blanding Boulevard
near his home.
Adams and his son, Tim, had bought
two golf carts earlier this year. When po,-
lice toldJoe Adams he couldn't drive the
cart on the street any more he decided to


NAVY SEAL-from page A-1
"America lost a good man," said
PGA Tour golfer Kelly Gibson, who
grew up with Fontan anld dedicated
his next win to the man saying that if
he won a tournament it would be be-
cause Fofitan was right beside him.
"He auglht ime lhow toplay golf better."
Following the ceremony, family
.I Id friends gathe red outside and laid
to rest a hero who many would say
died bef ore hi, tilme.FonIan Ire: ei\ed
a hei o's bi ial compnplete ith a 21-gun
saluteand nilita, ai rcaft Ilhoer..
A.s it tr\ ing to console the faniil\.
the heac\ens opened up and offered a
-il|ect mist to honor one of the nation'
finest \\hoi ga\e hislife.


Jacques Jules Fontan
Clief Petty Offieer Jacques J.
Fontan was born on Nov. 11. 191,8, in
Ne\w Orleans. La.. and died while
fighting the Wat on Ter ,:,,ismJune
28, in Asadabad, Afghanistan.
A graduate of Brother Martin
High School and the Uni ersity of
Louisiana at Lafa\enc. Fcintan enlist-
ed u the U.S. Na".\ on March 7, 1989.
After graduating firm Recruit
T-aini-ng Center.Gr eat Lakes. he com-
pleted Fire Contr l man "A" Srhool at
Fleet Combat Training Cente-, D:ini
Neck, \ L. :Upon completion. he u aus-
feirred to USS NICHOLAS iF FG 471
Charleston. S.C., and then to Heli-
copter Anti-submarine Scquaci:on
ONE,Jackson lle. Af ter grad aung
from Basic Underwater Demoli-
tion SE -L gaining at Na\ al Special
Warfare Center, Coronado. Clif., on
OCL 23. 198. Fontan ,as- assigned to
SEAL Team EIGHT.LittleCitek.1 X
Naval Special Warfare Group TWO,
LirdeQ eCk ..,and SEAL team TEN,
LitdeCreek.\a.
During his sen ice. Fontan was
awarded the Bronze Star Medal.
Purple Heart Medal.Joint Service
Commendation Medal. Na', and
MarIine Corps Comniendation
Medal. Na'., and Marine Corps
Achievement Medal. Combat Ac-
uon Ribbon.Jouint M meritorious Unit
Award. Navv Unit Commendation
Ribbon. Navy "E" Ribbon. Good
Conduct Medal.. Afghanistan Cam-
paign medal Global War on Terror-
isnm Service Medal. Military
Outstanding volunteer Service
Medal. Sea Service Deployment
Ribbon. NATO Medal, Kuwait Lib-
eration Medal. Expert 9MM Pistol
and Sharpshooter M4 Rifle.
Foncan leaves behind a wife and
a daughter.


Middleburg resident Joe Adams stands next to his new electric bicycle.


sell it on cinsig nment at the shop. hop-
ing to recoverA w hat he could of the
$2,700 he paid for it.
That's where Dave Gilliam ca-me in.
Gilliam said when he saw a story in
Clay Today aboutJoe Adams' plight, he
decided to do something about it.
"We just did what we could toget him
going," said Gilliam, whoowns DC Cus-
tom Golf Carts,7193Blanding Blkd.
He contacted a Mandarin bicycle
shop that specialized int thi ee \hleel mo-
torized bicycles. Gilliam said he bought
the $1,400 bike and agreed to take the
golf cart back.
"This is a brand new bike," he said.
"The battery life will let him go up to 20
miles."
Tim .Adamns said he knows the cans
are w hat his dad li es for.
"Tha'sthleonl\ tdling tha i keepshimi
going is the cans," he said. "He wotld
. probably die if he didn'tdo it.
Thie bit:%cle does poe a danger for"
Joe Adam :s, t Ihoug h. He's i .'I lhed i l re e
timesaliead\ when hei under stated the
speed heI \was t[\e ling. Sill, it beats the
one he had topedal, or push, up the hill
on Blanding Bouleivard each moir niniig
as he made his daily can rounds.
"I can go up that hill pretty good
now," he said.


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Section A-6 CL AiTOD AYBTZ


LAKE ASBURY from page A-1
Speaker after speakerrose to point out
that much of Lake Asbury is now rural
with homes situated on one to four-acre.
plots. Crowe responded that what they
had before them was a conceptual plan
identifying patterns of growth.If the area
were to remain rural, he said, with-20-acre
lots, they would be taxed to the hilt.
"If this plan is shot down," Crowe said,
"you will lose uplands, creeks and other
preserves. It can't stay rural forever."
The final commentbroughtanoutburst
of protest and demands of, "Why not?"
The next speaker brought a sustained
burst of applause from the audience. "If
you don't stand up, you'll be overrun by
Wal-Mart and every other darn thing. The
original plan called for one home per acre.
You don't know what you're getting into.
We need to vote the county commission
out of office-and get rid of the planning
department," he continued. "This is a
bunch of garbage being rammed down
Your throats. If you don'tlive in Lake As-
biuy. \1u needto lea e."
"If you stand and fight everything that
wants to come in, you'll lose," Crowe
replied. He explained that law gives prop-
erty owners the right to develop their:
property andsaidfurther thatthe statehas
required the County to develop a plan.
In response to a complaint that, at the
original Lake Asbhur planning sessions,
developers had undue influence, CroIve
said-that he had circulated throughout the
room and seen no evidence of this.
: "Whv were the developers there?" one
man shouted from the back of the room.
: They own property; they have a right
to be here," Crowe said.
"No the don't." the speaker shouted.
A proposal from the audience would re-
*- moe commercial development from Lake
Asbur and put it in GreenCove Springs.
. Crowe explained that, since the City of
Green Cove Springs is a separate go\ern-
ment.Clay County has noauhiority there.
By the next evening, Crowe had ana-


lyzed the Monday meeting and prepared
soine mod ificaions to the plan presented
there. He had also developed three aker-
Snatives for die Lake Asbu.\ area.
"No build, no plan"hesaid, would pefi
Sthe door to piecemeal development.
"Mlaster Plan used as an o\ erla\ would
pro\ ide noclearguidance todevelopment
and would introduce uncertainly into fu-
ture development.
A "tweaked" Master Plan is his prefer-
ence, he said. It would provide balance,
choice in open space,a reduction in densi-
Stv from three units per acre to two units per
acreand would scaledown comnmercialde-
elopment in the village centers.
Crowe pointed out that if left the way it
Sis, present land use and zoning would allow
some 10,000 units in Lake Asbur\. Howev-
er, if die plan is adopted, thds would be re-
duced to 5.0011.
Suzanne Leyda rejoiced in the recom-
mendation that the Belt\,wa not be run
through the Ravines.
On the opposite side of that coin. Deb-
orahJoh ns said that she is not happv that
the "dotted line" be removed from the
map. The route isalreadv compromised b\
the power line, she said.
Allen Skinner, whose family owns prop-
eritv in the area, said he happy to seea plan
develop and cited Blanding Boulevard as
an example of development without plan.
Near the end of the evening session,
Sid Newburgh approached the micro-
phone. "I want to express my total dis-
pleasure with the travesty created by the
Planning Department," he said. "This
will not be accepted by my neighbors
and me in the next election. Look at the
five or six units per acre on Sand ridge.
They are so disgusting they put up a
fence along Sandridge."
With public commnentat an end. Com-
missioner Harold Rutledge asked that the
concerns hat had been ex pressed be post-
ed. with response. on the County's website.
The proposed Master Plan will come
before the County Commission for action
at its next meetingJul 26.


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Same, phone number and the Realtors name...or
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Realtors name to jcantrell@jcpgroup.com
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monthly drawing for $100 cash
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This structure at 2405 Elbow Road in Orange Park is considered an "accessory" struc-
ture and compatible with the surrounding neighborhood by Orange Park Town Man-
ager John Bowles. Some residents of the adjoining neighborhood disagree.

Two-story metal building in Orange Park

found acceptable by town officials


By Debbie Israel Messer, Staff

ORA\NGE PARK Noaction has been taken
concerning die two-story metal building
constructed at 2405 Elbow Road and none
has been proposed by Orange Park Town
NlanagerJohn Bowles.
Town council members, presented with
a report on the structure from Bowles asked
the manager no questions at the council
meeting and took no action.
Constructed with a building permit is-
sued in Decemberof last year, the structure.
was the subject of intense discussion at the
June 8 town cowucil meeting.
In a report to the Orange Park Town
Council, Orange Park Town Manager
John Bowles reviewed issues raised by the
construction of the building, defined as an
accessory structure. The strict ure was the
subject of complaints by neighborhood
residents at aJune council meeting.
Residents of the Holly Point neigh-.
borhood attended the council meeting
to ask the council to consider the acces-
sory structure as not compatible with
the neighborhood.
The structure, a two-stor\i metal build-
ing with three"roll-up" doors, wsasseen as"
not in character" with a residential neigh-
borhood bv the residents attending the
meeting.
In addition rochai acter. some residents
questioned the sizeof the sntuc ture relative
tothe house.or main buiilintg as described
in the tovwns land development code. They
argued the size and height of the structure.
made it neither incidenm.d nor subordinate
to the main use. die house on the property.
InJtune.council inenmbeirsasked Bowles
.to review the building per mit for the sUtr c-
[tire and report back to the council
whether the structure met the code's re-
quiremenis.
Bowles' report to the council reviewed
thecomponentsof the structure related to
the code. According to Bow les, the struc-


ture, as permitted and constr ucted, met the
requirement an accessory structure be "
incidental and subordinate to the princi-
pal use"according to the town's land de\el-
opment regulations.
He characterized the structure's size,
2100 square feet. as being incidental and
accessory to the total size of the main use,
the house and garage. The measurements
fort the house and garage were 2,206
squarefeet.
He presented measurements that
showed the structure was 16 feet and one
and a quarter inches high above ground
level, the code requiring a maxim um of 16
feet aboveground level.
He then went on to present analterna-
tive nieasurement allowed by the Florida
Building Code, adoptedby the town.
-That measurement.calculated using a
formula combining the height from
ground level to the roof eave with a dis-
tance from ground level to the highest
point of the roof divided b two. produced
a height of 14 feet leading Bowles to deter-
mine the structure was generall v" in com-
pliance.
Bowles dodged the question relative to
character. He described the building as
hav ing a distinct look and appearance and
having a roof pitch that did not meet the
look of most homes. His review of the
character added the placement of the
structure. Located on a corner lot (Elbow
and Hw\N 17; he noted that regardilessof the
construction material it would be visible
from the road.
Bowles recommended the councilcon-
sider restricting and limiting accessory
structures in size and height if the\ are
constructed in a rear lot visible from a pub-
lic street or highway.
He also recommended addressing aes-
thetics of such buildings through roof
pitch h. exterior appeal ance or type of ma-
terials visible from public view. The coun-
cil tookno action on the recommendations.
No residents spoke at the meeting.


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HURRICANE from page A-3
Plylox is a newer brand of clips that
allow you to fasten the plywood into the
window opening itself, eliminating the
need for screws or drilling holes in your
home, as well as overhang. The standard
Plylox clips are designed for one-half
inch plywood; and can be modified for
use with 5/8 or 3/4-inch wood. If using
7/16 OSB, the edges of the Plylox clip
must be pinched together to ensure a
tight fit. These will work for window cas-
ings at least 21/2 3 inches deep. More
information regarding this type of de-
vice is available at www.plylox.com. This
is an option for those without tools at
home for drilling. Most stores will cut
wood to specified sizes for a "per cut" fee.
However, when the winds are howling
just off the coast is not the time to get
this done.
Storm shutters-More expensive than


plywood, storm shutters areavailable from
multiple manufacturers, and each t\ pe
provides protection from fl\ ing debris.
Roll do n h 1i uLei spt r manen tid a:Itached
to your home are also available, and are
probably) the sim plest to deplo\, and the.
most expen- i \e. A lot of att~ t niCon is inow
being for .scd on the s-e-tlhougi h pol) -
mei s, w\hidc can be fitted over the glass it-
self. A multitude of other protective
products arealso available.'ArmorScreen"
is an exam ple of a pi orc c i e sheeti ng tha
is easily deploy ed b\ hi ,iieo\ neers.
These products can be located by
checking the Yellow pages under "shut-
ters," or putting the words "storm shutters'
or window protection" into any search en-
gine. Whatever product you purchase,
ensure it is "Miami-Dade tested", which
means the product meets the stringent
criteria established by the Florida Build-
ing Code;
Garage doors Especiallh double


garage doors (16 feet) can pose problems
beca use the\ are so large that they wobble
during high winds, and can pull out of
their lack oi c i:ollapse fi 11 win d pi essI Ce.
If 11 ae drdoors tail. high l Irids cin enii a
hom10e throu~gli theE raigte,and I-,lo) outL
doors, windows, walls and even the roof.
Check the trackof your garage door.
With b-rth hands, grab a section of each
track and see if it is loose or if it can be
twisted. If soa stronger trackshould be in-
stalled. Make sure it isanchored to the 2 x 4
's inside three 1 \\ll idi heatvywood bolts.
So:,me gal.ge doors can be strength-
ened by retro-fit kits. Check with a local
building supphl retailer to see if a retrofit
kit is a\ ailable for your door..These may
runfrom $7i to $150.
Many garage doors can be strength-
ened at the weakest points. This involves in-
stalling horizontal bracing onto each
panel, You may also need heavier hinges
and stronger end supports. If in doubt,


consult a garage door professional.
If unable to retrofit an existing door,
specially reinforced doors designed to
withstand winds of up to 120 mphare avail-
able, and can ost 4 11 '1 to I50ii. excluding
labor, and must be installed by a profes-
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recommendations, Crowe said, but don't
have to accept it.
"They have to look at other things.
How is it going to impact the people
around it? How is the perception of the
community?" Crowe said. "They have to
look at the big picture and make an in-
formed decision."
Crowe said planners could limit the
amount of traffic using a variety of meas-
ures, including curves and speed bumps
so it wouldn't "turn into a race track."
The current design has the road run-
ning on the Wal-Mart site behind homes
that front Calvados Avenue.
The Planning Commission was sched-
uled to consider the zoning changes at its
July meeting, but the meeting was can-"
celled due to a lack of a quorum. The
Wal-Mart project also was on the Plan-
ning Commission's agenda for Tuesday,
July 12, as a discussion topic.
A formal vote by the Board of Com-
missioners on the land use change is set-
for 7 p.m. Tuesday,July 26.
Still needed is a vote by the Planning
Commission on changing the store site to
planned urban development district, or
PUD. That discussion is set for Tuesday,
Aug. 2. Commissioners will consider the
PUD recommendation at their Tuesday,
Aug. 22, meeting, Crowe said.
During the public meeting, Wal-Mart
attorney Carl Sanders ofJacksonville did


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he even drew an i magihnar line between
himself and Cro )e who was standing
nearb\ and :isad d"hat' the coLntiv's pro-
posal. \\e ha\e nothing todo with that"
The multi-family housing proposal was
later dropped at the county's instance and
the land will not be developed into a sports
park and anarea for physically challenged
children called a "boundless playground."
It would only be the third playground
of its kind in the state.
No strong opposition to the store.
came out at the meeting. Representatives
answered questions about several topics
including lighting, delivery times, odt-
parcels including a proposed gas station
and the noise buffer between nearby
homes and the store.
Sanders said the county had set strict
requirements for landscaping in the
parking lot, including larger trees on is-,
lands breaking up the paving and along
Blanding Boulevard. Planners also re-
quired the store to completely block the
view of thie gas station from Blanding
drivers, he said.
The company plans to open the new
24-hour store in mid-20i06 i f the rezoning
is appi o\ ed. Asked about another Super-
.Center planned at the intersection of
Blanding and Branan Field-Chaffee
Road, Sanders said the two stores serve
two entirely different markets and would
primarily rely on grocery sales to people:
living within a 10-minute drive.


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Family negotiates with Wal-Mart


By Greg Walsh, Managing Editor

ORANGE PARK It isn't often that one
of the world's largest companies comes
knocking tobui \ iour pi(oper t.
\e dihatl's wliahathppened in 20I)4 iothe
Manhart family, which owns about three
acres adjacent to the site along Ridgewood
Avenue where Wal-Mart wants to build a
SuperCenter on Blanding Boulevard.
Arthur Manhart said he and his sib-
lings could have sold the entire property
and made a nice amount of money. But
when his 88-year-old mother said she
wanted to stay in her home on the prop-
er ) Ihe did n' have second thought
"We're trying to do what she wants,"
said Manhart, one of four children who
grew upin the house. "It's her right.She's
lived there 50 years."
Instead the family sold about two
.ac res in back of dhie housewhichsitsbe-
hin d a medical clinic aling Blanding
Boulevard and is blocked from view by
trees and bushes.
Walter and Frances Manhart moved
to the site in 1952. He was retired Navy;
she was a housewife.
Liking the seclusion of the heavily
forested area, the Manharts bought a
home from the Navy when it closed its
base in Green Cove Springs and moved
it along a tiny two-lane road called
Blanding Boulevard.
It was so quiet in, the evenings they
could hear cars going over the wooden
bridge at \.White Fish Camp.
Over the years the property has
shrunk some as the Manharts sold a sec-
tion, to the medical clinic and Ridge-
wood Avenue was widened. But the
home haS remained die same.
Onl\ months after Waltei Manhartn
died injanuar. N200-4, 'i.\al-Mau i contalt-
ed the family, he.said, asking if they


would sell the property, Marhart said.
The family was actually in a good sit-
uation, he said, because Wal-Mart need-
ed the property to make the 17-acre site
viable for its store. AHall'sAce Hardware
store and large, nursery are now on the
site, hkhliii rnsI back toM Iood y Avenue..
"I really didn't feel any pressure (to
sell)," he said. 'The only pressure was that
if we didn't sell the deal wouldn't have
gone through. But we worked out a situ-
ation where we kept about half acre.
"We also made arrangements to
make a noise barrier and a privacy be-
tween (the store) and us."
The proposal also calls for a second-
ary entrance from Ridgewood Avenue
and a park/sports complex that would
be developed at the rear of the property
near Moody Avenue.
If county planners have their way, the
second dar en traniiewould actuallycon-
nect toMoody, giving Blanding drivers a
way to get off the often-packed road.
Although Wal-Marthas a contract on.
the entire site, it's contingent on Plan-
ning Commission approval for required
zoning and land use changes. If those
changes are approved, County Commis-
sioners would then have the final say.
If the store opens there would be
thousands of customers coming and
going daily .
But Arthur Manhart is convinced his
mother will feel comfortable in the
home she has lived in for so long, and
continue to attend nearby Ridgewood
Baptist Church \ here she is the congre-
gation', olde st h\lig member.
."Wejust wanted it soitwouldn'tinter-
fere with momma. Wal-Mart was very
ag ree:able with us about that," he said.::
"Like I told then anld I'll tell you. the
main thing-was: Is momma happy?'
"Whatever she wants to do is what
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FLOODING f/-inm page A-1


blame. IMa\nard noted that before the
fill %,as placed in the last \ear, no flooding
was this bad. The ditch in question can be
seen on DeBarr\ A.enue nearly\ opposite
Bartlett Street. which intei sects DeBarry.
CountN officials, however. disagreed
with the residents'conclusion. Interim
Public \Wrks Director Chuck Iley said
he thought the problem occurred in
part to lack of maintenance of a
drainage pipe running into the ditch
but thought the significant amount of
rain received over the course of five
da\s %was the real culpi it.
The\ didn't flood until the fourth
da." said Ile\. "That tells me that the
problem isn't theditch but theamount of
rain the\ received."
Orange Park rain gauges for that
weekend logged 12 inches in the area of
Interstate 295 exceeding the highest av-
erage rainfall for Florida injune over the
last (100 years.
Colunt\ crews were out in the neigh-
borhood over the course of the last week
cleaning out the pipe, leading to the ditch
in question, of debris, which included
clippings and dirt.
Maynard said she saw chunks of con-
crete removed from the pipe. Iley saidhe
thought it was unlikely any concrete was
removed.
According to Ile, the fill was placed in
the ditch to provided a "platform", i.e.
roadway, for equipment to come in and
clean out the ditch rather than hand
clearing the ditch.
Asked about permitsfor the fill. Ilev
saidhe was inaware cIf any permits issued
for the fill adding that the previous publ-
lic works director (Arthur Ive)l was in
charge at the time of the fill placement L
The right-of-%waN is approximately 20
feet in width. Prior to the fill, according
to Ma\ nard there %\asonl\ about five feet
on either side of the right-of-way where
someone could walk. Now the level sur-
face exceeds that anlmunt and is closer to


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10 feet on just one side alone.
Count Commissioner George Bush
knows the area. having represented it for
man \ cars. Bush had another reason for
the flooding. There's trash and clip-
pings being thrown into that ditch."
noted Bush. Bush said he asked count\
staff to send letters to properties that
were flooded reminding them to not
place trash in the right-of-wa\ starting
this month.
Aside from cleaning the pipe that
drains to theditch whatwillbe done to al-
le\ iate flooding in the future? Ma\ nard
and Siegel want tot see the fill removed
from theditch.an action not proposed by
the count\.
Bush and Ile\ both referenced a
drainage report prepared by the count\
to study drainage in a much larger area,
but one that includes Quince.Court. That
report defined the areas of flooding and
recommended drainage impro emnents
to remedy existing flooding and future
flooding anticipated from the area.
Those drainage improvements costs to-
taled close to $6 million.
There's no money in the budget to
put in those improvements," said Bush,
"but we are trying to apply for grant
money from the state to get those im-
provements done."
In the meantime, residents are busy
filing claims with the county who sent an
insurance adjuster out to the neighbor-
hood this week.


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Laura Ann Arrison, St. Petersburg, and
Lewis W. Dunton, IV Orange Park, were
married at 7 p.m. Saturday. May 21,
2005 at St. Peter's Episcopal Cathedral.
The bride, daughter of Mr And Mrs.
Robert A. Arnson, St. Petersburg,
graduated from the University of
Florida with a Bachelor's and Master's
Degree in Science of Nursing, where
she was a member of Alpha Delta Pi
Sorority. Currently a member of the
Junior League of St. Petersburg, she is
employed with Pediatric
Gastroenterology, Hepatology and
Nutrition along with All Children's
Hospital.
The groom. son of Mrs. Majorie S.
Dunton and the late Captain Lewis W.
Dunton. Ill, USN. Orange Park, gradu-
ated from St Johns Country Day.
School and from-the University of
Flonda. where he was a member of
Florida Blue Key and President of
Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity. He
graduated from Stetson University
College of Law with a juris doctorate
degree. He will be employed v'.ith the
Office of the State Attome\ for the 6th
Judicial Circuit of Florida, Clearwater.
Ashley C. Domingue and Amelia G.
Earhart were the maids of honor
James G Dunton, II and James Phillip
Gibbs were the best men.
The couple is currently living in St.
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By Tonya Davie, Correspondent -


ORANGE PARK There's a new restau-
rant in town and if you don't mind hang-
ing out with a bunch of dogs, you'll want
to check out this place.
The name of the newestplace to relax
inOrange Park is the Dog Pound Grill.'
Owned by Kraig and Lisa Garrett, Kraig's
brother Teddy is the general manager.
Kraig wanted to open a restaurant
such as this for more than 10 years and
now his dream has come true.
He also knew he wanted adog theme:
for his restaurant and has been saving
dog items for this day.
SHe originally wanted to call it the
Dog House since men are usually in the
"dog house", but other places already
had that name.-
So, he changed the restaurant sign to
the Dog Pound Grill.
Kraig's collection of dogs includes
statues, pictures, plaques and stuffed
dogs. There aie dog faces on the counter-
top, a snarling Rotweiller o\et thejuke
box and a dog bone hang i in in a doorwa
that any pooch would drool over.
Speaki ng of "drool", the motto for the
bar is, "Where's it cool to drool."
The most touching piece in the collec-
tion is a hand-painted fire hydrant by
Rick % Shafer of 3Visions Painting. Itis a
tribute to the dogs who worked at:
Ground Zero during9/11.
In keeping with the dog theme, the
food is served in actual dog bowls. Gar-
rett said he's heard, "I can't eat ot of


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Lisa and Kraig Garrett are the owners. Here they are with the fire hydrant that is the
tribute to the dogs of 9/11.


dog bowls." The patrons forget about
the bowl though when they start eating
the food.
The food iscooked b, Malrk Wilson,
who worked at Box Seats on County
Road 220 until recently when Box Seats
closed. The rest of the cooking staff in-
cludes Frances Cook, Joe Moses and
Craig Sturdivant. Lisa said all of the
cooks are excellent.
"If \ou don't have good food.,) oui have
nothing," said Lisa.
Brenda Quinn, a bartender for 15


years who also ca me from Box Seats,
covers the bar with fellow bartender
Tabitha Whittle.
SThey have a DJ onThursdays, Fridays
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"I've known him (Ka iii g'for nine years
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Currently the bar plays host to a pool
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screens.
Lisa said.they have big plans for the fu-
ture, adding things a little at a time. Their
future plans include but are not limited
to a Casino Night, Bike Day, Open Mike
Nightanddart tournaments:.
SThey also haie a patiooiut back which
they will enlarge and add an outdoor
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The appetizers include Fried Pineap-
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Seconds to Go opens in GCS


Chamber seeking nominations


GREEN CO)\E SPRINGS Georgia Aker
has heard tl.at comment mania ties since
sI: opened "Seco nds to Go." her consign -
ment shop at 16'12 Idle\ ild A\e. in Green
C(ove\Sprinigs Hcir stoe isat Hilltopat ithe
corr eI oIf O(-ak nd'.e a iid SRli6.
E\ci\ thing in the store is priced to sell.
Foi instance. Aker displa\cd a brand inew
paih of Old N.ti jeains.ongiiirialls pl iced at
$32. that she is selling ait i6. Slei \, ill split
thatl i 51i0 \\ itih lthe p i rson il.it lt-ft it withL
hier to sell
Some. buit bi no ieans all. of Akei's
Itmerc handise Lh.i been lightl. uiscd.(Otliers,
itIi :is a I Iacl, :tf \cddting ~, i ns an1d one
of ptoill dressrs, hal\ net' bi-ell \\h(i n.
"Seconds to Go" is almost a siiimall de-
partment store featuring every dung from
shoes, ties and men's jackets, to small sizes,
baby things, maternity clothesjewelry and
Avon products.
Among the name brands she features
are Levi, Vanderbilt, Calvin Klein, Mudd
and Old Navy.
The store also has some linens and a line
of personalprotection items.
Aker has a "silent 'partner" who will


Special to Clay Today

ORANGE PARK- The Economic De-
velopment Divisionof the Clay County
Chamber of Conmmernce is accepting
nominations from business oiwne is
who believe then comlpan\ should be
recognized during this 'eau's Indiustri
Appreciation Week SeptL 18 24.
Ev'ct v business in Clav County is eli-
gible to apph; however. the chamber is
looking for those businesses that dis-
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Georgia Aker shows off just one of the many
items she has on consignment in her "Sec-
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join her soon wvith aline if ceramics and.
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For ease of shopping. AkeL is open
Tuesday through Saturday. She accepts
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Winn-Dixie launches 'Breakfast

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Winners will be recognized at this
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Nominaton forms can be found at
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Econoinic Developncent ebsite
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By: Sarah Dittman, Correspondent

A newl\ opened shop in Argyle Vil-
lage hopes Lo si oon \un \ iih Consig n-
ment jewelry\ and clothes at amazing
bargain pi icces.
Jessic. Miller. ow ner of the bou-
tique, opened the doors toJ. Lauren's
Upscale Resale Boutique just about a
month ago.
"\\We teel so hbles.ed. I've always wanted
to onw n a clothing shop." Miller said. She
and he husband Miles, own another
store in Fei nandina Beachi. Their goal is
to open and run three stores.r, hbit the),
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"W\\e need a shop like th is."Miller said.
She wains people tlo ,kno she welcomes
theproii ires. and 11 \ thI (f t i eail shops in
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She received abaclielor in rhe science
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Ranch that gives hope to children to open early 2006


By Joe Chisholm, Correspondent
PENNEY-FARMS- Keith Denton, whose
childhood was spentin a ranch for aban-
doned children, is using his experience
and love of Christ to help the many
abandoned and abused children inr
Northeast Florida, in the form of the up-
coming Seamark Ranch.
It was the day after Denton's birthday
that his mother dropped him off at the
doorstep of Big Oak Ranch, an aban-
doned boys' ranch in Alabama. She said it
was his birthday present.
"It ended up being the best day of my
life,"Denton said, "because she left meat
a children's home where they provided
for me and helped me succeed in life."
The success that Big Oak helped Den-
ton.reach in life, he is now using to help
others tha have been thrown in the same
predicament he suffered, he said;
Seamark Ranch is the product of Den-
ton's mind, as well as the minds of'his wife
and trusted Board of Directors.


CORRESPONDENT PHOTO BI IOE CHISHOLM
Hugh Mathews, vice president of the Sea-
mark Ranch board, stands outside the fa-
cility.

The ranch offers homes to abandoned
and abused boys andgirls. Itis a first of its
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"It gi\ es them a sense of permanencyy"
said NMathews. "something that foster
homes do not always provide."
While a child is put in a foster home,
they can never be sure when a social
worker will knock at their door to take
them away, he said. Whether it is because
the family no longer wants them, or other
reasons unknown to the child, they are
constantly aware they may no longer
have a home, said Mathews.
The goal of Seamark Ranch is to offer
a home for these kids that have su ftfered
horrible experiences. he said. These kids
are every here, and the ir needs are con-
stant. According to the Child Welfare
League of A melica. in 2!00) alone 95.849i
children were substantiated as abused or
neglected in Florida. Seamark Ranch is
for those kids, said Mathews.
,Denton's dream could not have come.
true without the help of local patrons in
Clay County, he said. Seamark Ranch
gains all of its funds from private dona-

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age, all the way tothe donation of 468
acies b\ two local families. These dona-
tions are the blood that keeps ithe dream
ali\e,said Mathews. Tihegenerosito of the
people has blown away all who are work-
ing f r the ranch.
"No one has said no,"Denton sa id. "I's
incredible."
The speed at which his dream has
come to be is astounding, said Mathews.
Dentoin and his %w ife came to Florida in
2001, after being convinced the Fir st
Coast would be the best choice for his
Seamark Ranch.
From that time all the way to today .
Seamark has captured the hearts of the
local people. recei% ing generous dona-
tions as well as fundraisers to raise money
for the ranch.
The Jacksonville Jaguars recently
began selling a cookbook, in which all
proceedswill go to Seamark.
Within the last couple of years. Sea-
mark has received enough donations to
begin construction, and already land has
been cleared for a lake, as well as past ures
for livestock and equestrian purposes.
Also, construction is almost complete
with the first boy's house, an expansive
home that will house eight abandoned
boys, two house-parents, the house-par -
ent's children, and a college intern.
Construction company Erwin, Lovet
and Miller donated the plans for building
such a demanding house. The company
also held a nationwide competition in
which all of its different locations creat-
ed their own blueprints for the girl's
house, which will begin construction
hopefully dtis fall. The best plain waschlo-
sen, and the final drawings are being
made, said Mathews.
The twro le el bo s'home was created
to help the bos shave a sense of prism ac\. so
all of theii rooms are on the top level.
Each room has two closets, t; o beds, and
_apri\ ate bathr oom with two sinks. E\ er
room will hold two boys, and there are
four rooms.
Downstairs, a large kitchen overlooks
an area where the kids will work on
school ,work and go on the internet. The
house-parents have their own-separate
quarters, including their own laundry
room, and two extra rooms in case they

SEAMARK con tinued on pageA-15


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daughter, Tiffany Joan
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Diane Bazemore. The cou-
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riage on October 22, 2005,
followed by a reception at
the NAS Officers club.
The wedding ceremony
and -reception will be by
invitation only.
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SEAMARK from page A-14

have their own kids.
On the other side of the house, next to a
screened porch is another room where an
intern will live and observe the children.
The house, as well as the entire proper-
ty, was built to create a ranch atmosphere.
"It gives the kids a chance'to explore,"
said Mathews.
Because the ranch will have livestock
and horses, the children- will be given
chores to do with the animals, or
grounds-keeping.
Horses were extremely important in
the decision process, said Mathews
"Studies show that an abused or hurt
girl is able to relate to a horse more than
any other animal," he said.
The chores are not meant to hinder
the children's social lives.
"The purpose of Seamark is to offer


these kids as normal of a life as we can,"
he said.
If the kid has a game or function at
school, or a church .event, then their
chores at home will be made to work
around these other events.
Seamark Ranch will accept kids ages 6-
16. These kids will stay at the i ranch i til
they graduate high school. Because the
ranch is located by Penny Farms, it is zoned
for Middleburg schools, said Mathews.
While these kids may have been
through a lot, the purpose of the inchh is
to offer a home and life that is as normal
as all the other kids in the country.
"We want one of our girls to have a
date come pick her up, and not be
ashamed about her house, or her family,"
said Mathews.
These kids will be treated no different
then any other kids, he said. When they
turn 16, they can get a license, as well as


CORRESPONDENT PHOTO B1 JOE tCHSHOLM
This is one of several homes being built at Seamark Ranch.


'Bike to School' event Aug. 6


to benefit children of daniel


Special to Clay Today

The Fourth Annual "Bike to School"
Motorcycle Ride to benefit daniel will
take place Saturday, Aug. 6, with on site
registration beginning at 9 a.m. The
bike ride will begin at11 am.
The, ride will start at Venus
Swimwear,11711 Marco Beach Dr. (East
Park Business Park), off of Beach
Boule\ ard.aind end at Bu ffalf's South-
west Cafe, 6055 Youngerman Circle,
off of Blanding Boulevard.
T-he "Bike to School" Motorcyclee
Ride and school s uppl y drive is to ben-
efit the kids of daniel. The title spon-.
sors of the 70-mile ride are Ademac
H a le\ -Da idson. Nor throp Gruman,_
Merrill L\nch. Venus Swimwear and
man\ others. Registration fee is $25
per dri-er and $15 per passenger.
w6rich includes lunch, at-shirt,a pin
and gift bag for all who pre-iegister.
The ride w ill be held rainbr shine.
The part\ at Bu ffalo's Cafe will stair
at 3 p.m.onlh it there is rain. If it'sgood


weather, itwill commence as scheduled
after the ride is finished
SThis is a police escorted ride.Sched--
uled festivities include a live and silent
auction, raffle, variety of vendors anid
a free concert by Hipp Street. All pro-
ceeds will benefit daniel.
For registration information; con-
tact MaryJury at daniel, 296-1055. ex-
tension 1026. You can also register
online at www.danielkids.org. at
AdamecHarley-Davidson in Regency\
or Orange Park, or at Buffalo's South-
west Cafe during .Wednesda% Bike
Nights. Registration is limited to the
first 750 bikes.
daniel is Florida's oldest not-for-
profit child-sei \ing agency. Original-
l\ established in 1884 asan orphanage,
daniel has a national reputation for
providing inno\ atm e prog rams and
services and on an annual basis helps
diiectl\ and indirectly minore than
30(.00 child en. families and other
souith-ser\ ing oirganizat ions. "inmpre
the odds for kids."


buiv iheir own cai. Theywill be able to
have their own jobs. as ell as %ays to ear n
mone\ right there on the ranch. Many
cars are donated to the ranch, and these
will be sold to the kids at reduced prices,
so they can act iall buy their own car.
The house-parents that will be living
with the children will aid in their devel-
opments mentally, and with Christ Every
Sur ndav the kids will go to church and be
active mem bers. The Christian atmos-
phere Denton will put in the ranch is.very
important to him, Mathews said.
A staff of counselors will be on the
ranch to help thekids with any problems
they have.. --
"There will be a ratio of I counselor to
e;erN 16 children. "said Mathews. "They
U ill help to make the children feel as nor-
mal and at home as possible."
Seamark Ranch was created.from
Denton's own experience as well as those
in charge of other ranches of its kind.
The foundation of the ranch is its Chris-
tin teachings,and the goal is for the kids
to sa\ "this is home", said Mathew\s.


While pi eviouslv planning on open-
ing as soon as the boys' home finished
construction, Seamark's Grand Opening
Shas been postponed until early next year.
They do not want to separate an aban-
doned brother from his sister when he is
transferred to Seamark and she is not.
The ranch will open when both the girls'
and boys' homes are complete.
The final plans of the ranch show 12
homes, 6 for the boys and 6 for the girls.
"It is a work in progress," said Mathews.
"It will be a long time before the ranch is
completely finished."
However, with such generous dona-
tions and help from all the local people,
Seanmark Ranch will be finished long be-
fore expected, he said.
What started out as a dream from a
man abandoned by his mother at age 10 is
now very much a reality inapatch of land
right outside Penny Farms.

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PHOTO SPECIAL TO CL I) TODAR
Sunrise Rotary names top member
Theresa Smith, a charter member of the Orange Park Sunrise Rotary Club, was
recently named the club's Rotarian of the Year. Congratulating Smith is Greg
Moorehead, outgoing Sunrise Club president.


Firefighters honor tree climbers
A group of workers from Tree Tech were recently honored by Clay County Fire
and Rescue for their help in retrieving a man who crashed his motorized para-
chute into some trees off Town Center Boulevard on July 2. The man was not
injured. Shown are: (back row) Bubba Harrison, Tree tech; Lt. Danny Legge,
CCFR,.driver Randy Brown; Lt. Jonathan Lamm; volunteer firefighter Robert
Henry Mike Row, owner of Tree Tech;anrd firefighter Mike Syrakis. Front row:
Bo Adkins and Virgil Adkins, both of Tree Tech. Tree Tech personnel.were given
certificates of appreciation, as well as gift certificates to a local restaurant.


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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-Anione whole ha,
lived i n KeN stone Heights for 30 or40 years
knows the iups aind dowr ns of area lakes..
The old timers also recollect the daiily
do t pours i at cooled ihlbt nhl slightly)
the stinmlne atrerinoons.
WVhen the summer sunt was directly
overhead, the booming of thunder could
be head d diedisrance foll\oedbh hea\ %
afternoonI shoIers. It \\as like cloik work
and die I ai n filled die lakes to o\ er flowing.
As tie after noon rains ha e su bsided o\ er
theyears, 5c hae dithe lakes.
Now, (.once again a town watches as the
lakes rise because of mankind water mak-
h ingeniniit\ and de\ ices. together \idi in-
c Leased rainfall. According to die st.Johins
Riher Water Management Disu ict. rain has
inc reased neaI1) seven inclies sin~ceJanu--
a i c compared to die sa me per iod last tear.
Earlier this month, the water in Lake
Brookl i si ddenlv began to ise and e en
spilled der dithe Br'ooklvn Bicdge into idie
smaller lake east of State Road 21.
Where once lDuPonti sand inning op-
erations were blamed b) some for the lo(w
lake levels, the company\ is now being
praised for its part in die present rise in die
w\atei situation. Hal ing been issued a per-
mit b) the StJohns Ri\er lNanagement Dis-
tric t, diecompIpa i now pIumping, 575.00i.i0
galloiisof used giol.ndwater per da\ into
basin diat flow\s into Lake Brooklvn.
A new pipeline, paid for b\ ClaC Coun-
t\ last fall, as ahead\ inc reasing f hlo sas
Imnuch as 500.1,0.0ii gal Ions per da\. The pro-
ject's $65,00i) cost is being split b the two'
entities.
Dedicated irdividualsand organizations
have tried tor years to find a remedy to stop
the lakes from disappearing altogether or


froni bueim ningi small ponds void ofl fish
and unsuitable for swiuniing or boating.
O(er the \ears, rtempoiarn solutions
such as the dredging and cleaning of Alli-
gator Creek to allow atrer to flow from
Camp Blanding's Lake Low\\ and Lake
Magnolia into Lake Brooklyn ha esei \ ed
to r;i'ie the hopes of Ke\ stone residents
bilt. Lime after time. die efforts proved to
beonh a temporary\ fix.
Rainfall le\els went to 3-1 2 inches
below normal and walter levels in ihe
Florida Aquiter were three to seven feet
below levels reco r ded in April 1998.
T he aq( ifer pro\ idesdi inking \-ater to
".I) percent of die population in ino li and
east-central Florida.
Asa town hall meeting on die water sit-
uation was called to order on Sept. 22.2000.
it a sdeja tri. for most attendees. T he 22nd
of dilt lmonLiL., diatl once w\asdcemied a Red
Letter Water )Da\ in Ke\ stone, w\as a da\ to
:look, once again. at I seasons and remedies
for die long standing low \water situation.
"Rain is tie ke\" was the official. wet
unoff ic ial reason fo the low lake lea elk.
Old tinie cause, solurtions and remedies
\were Ie\ visited a, quesuons (were brought
ip about the impact sand mining might
ha\ e on the water le\ el.
Alligatoi C:-eek anid die land. hetw\een
the main lakes a Camp Bla ending were con-
s.idered foi possible clearing as a wa toin-
cr ease the water tlow ,toKe Lstone. The sand
miines. w which man\r times had been ruled as
causing die water flow problems, \wete re-
Sisited. NosoIund soluitoins \wei e Ifund.
No\w as the cu rent flowl, of watet begins
to rise in June 21)015. die peopleof KeN stone
are keeping a wa\ \ igil on this latest turn
of events, hoping the flow of water into
their lakes will become. finally, a perma-
nent fix.


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)YBY GOD

Food by God
Exercise by God
Peace by God
r3L ELecture series given by Dr, Otto
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MIDDLEBLURG

BLIil.ANT LIFE
CHRISTIE FELLO\\SHiP
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Wed. 7:30pm '
APOSTOLIC LIGHTHOUSE
OF MIDDLEBURG
Pastor M. David Goodman
4182 CR. 218 Suite 6
'* ; 298-1443 or945-9663
Sunday Worship 11am
Wed. 7:00pm
BLACK CREEK CHURCH OF CHRIST
3216 State Rd. 218 282-4033 .
BRANAN FIELD BAPTIST CHURCH
Pastor Jack Lee
908 Brannanfield Rd.
282-7970
CALVARY BAPTIST
Pastor Ken Pledger
1532 Longbay Rd.
282-0407
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276-6677
SOUTH MIDDLEBURG BAPTIST CHURCH
Calvin Childers, Pastor
4565 Alligator Blvd.
282-9134
ST. LUKE'S C THOLIC CHURCH
Ir .llr. ,lli, d7 ,
282-0439
ST. PETER'S LUTHERAN
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S Ron Stephans
P.O. Box 862 or 3114 CR 220
904-282-0310
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FIRST UNITED METHODIST
Eric M. Young
500 WalnutSt.
284-9700

FLEMING ISL AND UNITED
METHODIST CHURCHH
Rev. Brian Fowler
,7170 Highway 17
284-3366
GRACE MISSIONARY BAPTIST
4411 Springbank Rd:, GCS
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Sunday Eve. 6 p.m. 7:30 p.m.
Wed. Eve. 6:30 p.m.- 7:30 p.m.-
Thursday. Eve. 6:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m
S GREEN COVE SPRINGS CHURCH
3218 U.S. 17 N. 284-6916
HARBOR B\PTISI CHURCH
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HICKORY GROVE BAPTIST
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Sun. Sch. 9:45a.mJChiirch 11:00 a.m.
529-9530


SHILOH BAPTISI CHURCH
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FIRST BLACK CREEK B APTIST CHURCH
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FRIENDSHIP BIBLE CHURCH
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473-0602
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216-3739
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541-0092
FAITH COMMILNITI CHURCH OF GOD
LebiT, & Uiri

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Scott gets optometry degree


Specialto.ClayToday

MEMPHIS Alyssa Scott of Orange Park
was among 109 studentsrecently awarded
the doctor:of optometry degree from
Southern College of Optometry in Mem-
phis, Tenn.
The daughter of Don and Donna
Scott, Scott is a 1997 graduate of Orange
Park High School. She received her bach-
elor's-degree in biology from the Univer-
sity of South Florida in 2001.
Optometrists are independent, pri-
maryhealth.care providers who specialize
in the examination,diagnosis, treatment
and management of diseases/disorders


of the isual steln.
theeye and associat-
ed structcures.as ell
as the diagnosis of
related 'systemic
conditions.
Established in
Memphis in- 1932,
Southern College of
Optometry is an in-
Alyssa Scott dependent, not-for-
profit institution of
higher education with a mission to edu-
cate men and women in the art and sci-
ence of optometry post-baccalaureate
degree Doctor of Optometry.


Keeble's opens
Special to Clay Today

ORANG(E PARK Keebles Seafooc &
Steak Maste s. a family oniiented restiiu-
rant,isnowopen at 799-1 Blinding BI1\ d.
Keeble's is : faminii o\\ ned i estia rarnt
with Soiii. Linda and Nike Keeble as
thle owleis. '
Before opening Keeble's. Soiinn
worked in the wholesa le foo i d indust r
for 3b years. Linda and Mike worked to'r
a restaurant chain where Linda worked
in the corporate .officeand Mike was a
general manager.
Linda also worked in the wholesale
food industry for the last few years.
The golf concept for the restaurant
has been Mike's dream for many years,
and the timing %as rightfor Sonny and
Linda to help make that dream come


Today pretending.


PHOTO SPECIAL TO CLAM TOD
The ribbon is cut on Keeble's.
true. Soon, Keeble's will have a Kid's
Night where the.kids can come and meet
"Sonn tdheShri mp."


Tomorrow saving lives.


SCHOOL STUFF


Liberty U. grad from OP
LYNCHBURG, Va. An Orange Park
native was among therecent graduates
from Liberty University..
Brian Richarson received a bachelor of
sciencedegreeinmultidisciplinary studies.
Liberty University is a private, Chris-
tian liberal arts university.


Miller graduates from Virginia Tech
BLACKSBURG, Va. Chase Miller, 2361
Bridgett Way, Green Cove Springs, re-
ceived a Bachelor of Science degree in
computer science from the College of
Engineering at Virginia Tech.
Approximately 5,200 bachelor's, mas-
ter's, andPh).D candidates along with their
Smiles nrl fiendqa ttendrrl theonn-m-:


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Eckhardt on list pus ceremony presided over
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. Douglas Eck- Tech President Charles W.St
hardt is among more than 300 students David L. Calhoun, pre
making the spring 2005 Dean's List for CEOof GE Transportation a
academic excellence at Birmingham- Tech al Imn ius, delivered
Southern College. mencement address.
Each student earned a 3.5 or better Virginia Tech enrolls
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Winter receives Lamb Award


Special to Clay Today
The National Scouting Organization
and the National Lutheran Committee
for Civic Youth have recently recognized
Irene Winter as a recipient of the Lamb
Award for the state of Florida.
This award recognizes distinguished
service by adults in ministry to young
people through service to the church and
one of the civic-youth serving agencies
for ten or more years.
The award involves promoting religious


growth programs andserving as a Christian
role model and leader to young people en-
couraging them to participate in the spiri-
tual lifeof their congregations.
"Children have always been important to
me since they are the future of the church
and the world," said Winter. "It is important
to develop values and leadership in them so
they can take on the roles of the future."
Winter has been a leader in Boy Scouts
of America for 18 years. She is Charter
Repiresentcati\ e foir Pack and Tiroop 434at
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She was awarded the disu ict AN\ardOf
Mer it in 1994 for her seilice toBlack Creek
District. As a Family Life Merit Badge
counselor, she recruited youth for scouting
and helped organize ne\\ tunits w while lshe
wasaCommisioniicer for .scuiiing.
Winter has served as an Education Co-
ordinator for Adc\ en t Liuthleralin Chu.hl I.
for ten years. Di ing this tinie she
planned [lie c il ticul ium and( .ic ti viies fi:r
the children, tra ined [eac liher and pio-
rineeedachildren's library\ ti di the lurch.
Shlc orga cnized \acaUion Bible Sciho', l lr
the (;hurch I: ilom l9l5 to 214. Slhe e\ en lhad
alive tiger the l ear the theme was "Noah's
Ark7; the fire department came out for the
theme "Three Men in the Furnace"; and
snakes were present for "Camp Creation".
Winter hai been willing to help her
past, husband, DaI\ id. in \\hlidtL\er \\:a
shecan to c.Ail\ ouc his l m nis ii \.
"One thing; ou must do is make pro-
gr ainsc exci ring an Idchalleng ing so thekids
dlon' get bored," she said. "So metimes it


takes tigers. fire department, and snakes.
Sect i ng )outil, has kept mie ',iu n.t, [to."
\Winter taught FamilNI and Consumer
Sciences for nine \eat sandl se \ ed as a de-
parltment head for \Vihitmei High Scliool
in To:ledo before mov ing to Florida.
Sheis.presenh\ a parttime preschool
teach her for Advent Liitheran hC.h I ih : ind a
ubsutte teacher for Cla\ Count Sclhools
Winter and lher huisbaind have two
children,Jennifer of O )range Pai k and
Timothyof St.Aiigui.is[ine.


Local groups put on benefit for gospel colleagues


ByTrisha Cormeny,,Staff

GREEN COVE SPRINGS Area Gospel
groups will take to the stage Saturday,
July 16, to help one of their own suffering
from the eff ects-a, f a massive heart attack.
Russell Baptist Church will host a Ben-
efit Gospel Concert for heart attack and
stroke \ic tim Ramonli B razell at 5:30 p.nm.
"TIhei di[d not expect her Co make it."


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them out widi some ot dheir medical bilks."
Those soloists include local Brad \Weks.
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Sea Control Wing Atlantic has change of command


By JaxAir News.

Capt.Joseph McClain will relieve Capt.
Theodore Algire as the commander of
Sea Control Wing, U.S. Atlantic Fleet at a
change of command ceremony, today at
10 a.m. in Hangar 116.
McClain was born in Offutt Air Force
Base, Omaha, Neb. The son of a career
Army officer, he enlisted in-the Navy in
1977, attending the Naval Academy
Preparatory School in Newport, R. I. He
graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy
in 1982 with a Bachelor of Science De-
gree in Engineering. He holds a Master
of Arts Degree in History from.the Uni-
versityof Alabama and a Master of Arts
in National and Strategic Studies from
the Naval War College.
McClain earned his-wings in October
of 1983 and reported to VS-41 for train-
ing in the S-3A Viking. Upon gradua-
tion, he reported to the "Screwbirds" of
VS-33 completing two cruises aboard
USS Kitty Hawk (CV-63) to:the Western
Pacific, Indian Ocean and Mediter-
ranean Sea. In 1987, he reported to VS-41
foi: dut~.ic .:am S-3A instructor, serving as
officer-in-charge of Naval Flight Offi-
cer Standardization.
Upon completing his tour of duty at
VS-41.he ~\a. assiedi rtthe staffofCom-
m.iander, Carrier Group Seven (CCG-7) as
assistant air operations officer, later serv-
ing as the air operations officer. While a -
,signed to CCG-7, McClain served as the
anti-submarine tinder watcr warfare
S(ASUW) tac tics officer for Battle Force
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Ztulu (.rabi.n Gulf ]
Battle Force) dur-
ing Operation
Desert Storm -
aboard USSRanger
(CV-61). He was re-
sponsible for the
day-to-day ASUW
effort against Iraq
for the Battle Force ;0
ASUWC.Inl992,he Capt. Joseph McClain
completed studies
at the U.S. Air Force Air Command and
Staff College at Maxwell AFB in Mont-
.-s gomery, Ala.
After completing
S-3B transition train-
m ing, McClair report-
ed to the "Red
Griffins" of VS-38 in

head,serving asbothf
i tactics and mainte-
Sinance officer.After
.. .- =deploying with VS-
Capt. Theodore Algire 38 aboard USS Con-
st,_1llati:n (CV-64),
McClain reported to the staff of Comman-
der, Naval Air Force U. S. Pacific Fleet asthe
S-3B/ES-3A readiness officer, later serving
as the -i j ing pI. i~. \ .iiis i.ofii cel, t c .,-1o il:.le
loi Pacficifl Fhl-ct .a eir .iN \\'in!i Rac nlii-.ss
andRequirements (AIRPAC)..-\ fte r 1c. i
AIRPAC,-McClIin icepoctned 1l thie "Bluei
\\W': \ s" of VS-35 in 1998 serving as execu-
tive cffi-i, tihe n :iinranrlding officer and
completing t ic cruises aboard USS. \bta-
ham Lincoln (CVN-72). While command-


infi (ffiiI.r, the %iquIadron \\i in tIe Battle "E."
thie ColdcnI \\'ienclhi tli n aintenatIce excel-.
leniceandl te Pacil l- Fleet Rerentiion A\ai d.
After lhis~commiiand ItI'ii, McClain ser cds
the North .frica/Mid East Bninch Chief
foir teDirectoi ,Plans and Polic) (ECJ5),U.S.
Ei.ropean Conmii.and in StIiutLgarL Cerany,
from 2001 tlihr.ougl, 20(1(4. ith duties focus-
ing on p-,litical-lmilitar 1aNjfft hi .and ctounIter-
terror planning and operations.
He is married to the former Deanna


.\aigas' ofSan Fra niisco.C. alif. They have
tilt ee children.Joshu.Jei em vandAllison.
Algir e relo t led Lo Sea C.ontuol Wing Al-
lantic Iack in Apr1il 21'i':. Duringhis time
as the com modoie. .Alg I c-hasbeenakey
figure in the i egi ettable but superb man-
agemenr tof ihe \'ikinc g Com iliiity Sun-
downPlan. Algiiv e% ill head I:,i lingion,
\a.. for attach.i tuaining.Upoi n cojmplerti,)n.
.-Ag ue \\ill reipoir to. Hong Kong, China, to
(oinunen ce his attache'.i ignment.


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BRIEFS from page A-2

arrests on mostly misdemeanor charges
.and driving violations, according to
county arrest records.
Sheriff's Office Detective Heather
Pierce said an anonymous tip led author-
ities to Lewis.
The trailer, which had been spray
painted a different color, was recovered
along with the folding chairs, an exten-
sion cord and some plastic containers
with three or four Bibles inside, she said.
Police are continuing to track down
the other eqluip ment. including the mu-
sical instruments and drapes.
"There is-ag reat possibility we could
recover the other items," Pierce said, de-
clining to say if police know where the
items are located.
She added the church is "very excited"
to get at least some of its property back.
Lewisalsoisa suspect in the earl\June
burglaryof theClay County Shrine Club,
which had two gas grills and some
propane tanks stolen, Pierce said. Police
recovered the two grills from Lewis' prop-
ert\. she said.
Anyone with information about ei-
- their burglarN or who received items from
Lewis is encouraged to call the Sheriff's
Office at 284-7575. :

Three arrested for car thefts

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Two Key-
stone Heights men and a 15-\ear-old bo\
face multiple felony charges following sev\-
eral aito thefts and burglaries in the
soitier n part of the coCuntm according to
the Cla\ County Sheriffs Office.


James Callaway, 18 and Jermaine
Thomas, 19,are each
being held in jail on "
the charges. Both
men also faces
armed burglary
charges in connec-
tion with the thefts
that happened since
mid-June, according
to a Sheriff's Office
incidentreport. James alloway
A 15-year-old boy
who police say was
involvedin the thefts
is charged with 17
separate "felony-
counts, which in-
clude charges he
broke into a Key-
stone. Heights ele-
nmental \ school in
Ma and stole $5.000 Jermaine Thomas
worth of compute mae Thoma
eqtiipmentL
SDetective Jeff Holmes said police
ca ught the 15-year-oldwhenastolencarhe
was driving broke down on Blanding
- Boulevard at CountyRoad 220. An officer
who stopped to help him discovered the
-carwas stolen and arrested the boy, who
implicated the others in the c rimes.he said.
Thomas is charged with stealing three
vehicles onJune1I from the following lo-
cations: the 6800 block of Cotunt Road'
315C; the 4700 block of Gadara Road:
and76(00 block of Oak Drive: and the at-
tempted theft of another one in the 6700X
block of Gilda Cotut, also onJtune ll. He is
also charged with stealing a vehicle in the
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In two of the thefts. he' also accused of'
entel ing the homes or \ehic ls and steal-
ing a sihotg un and a hanldgun.a co: ding to
the reports.
Callai.avl is acc:;ued cf stealing a pick-
up truck in the -170)0 block of Gadara
Road onJuly 12 and wrecking the vehicle


TheCla CourntySheriffs Officearrested
the (oblloiing people du ring the week ofJn ly
6-12 For more information call thesheriffs
officeat 284-7575.

Amesquita, Antonio: dui, driving while
license suspended/revoked
Argo. Rick: domestic batter
Asher.Jeiem\: indirect criminal con-
tempt of court
Baashit. Azizuddin: simple domestic
battery
BakerTara:worthless check
Becker, Richard: indirect criminal con-
tempt
Boldt, Brian: battery
Bowman,Jessy: auto theft, no valid dri-
ver'slicense
Bo) saw Calvin: delivering cannabis to
person under age 18, domestic battery
Brown, Richard:dui with injury, driving
while licensesuspended/revoked
Camacho, Angel:disorderlyintoxication
Casori,Elizabeth:sell/deliver/buyacon-
trolled substance
Craven,Joseph:knowingl driving while
license suspended. revoked, resisting with-.
out violence,.poss. of marijuana less than 20'
giams. poss. 'use of dr ug parapher nalia
Croft, William: resist/obstruct/oppose
offii:e, widiout violence
Raso. RoberLdeli\er\ of a conn oiled sub-
scance,connibuting odelinquenv toa minor
Delgado, Diego: grand theft
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in a ditch neat Twin Lakes Road. accord-
ing to the report.
SHolnes said the group wo uld stealthne
cars and hide them in woodss until the\
Wanted to dr ive them.
"They werejust out of control," Holmnes,
said. It nas rid(c iul l.us."


Dias. Ruth: no valid dd i\e s license
Di mi heleJamnes: di.ii
Dixon, Matthew: fraudulent u- e of a
cedit cacid
Duvall. Chad: roa:,dwa\ solicitation
D) al.Jason: di giving while license suis-
pended/ revoked
Ennis,David:wotihless check
Faircloth, Curtis:poss. of cocaine. poss.
of drug paraphernalia
FarkaasJaion: poss. of alcoholic beverage,
poss. of alpiazolon, poss. of ca;uabis. disor- -
derlyconduct,possofcocaine,poss.ofimda-,
Farringtoln,Leab: violating injunction
for protection against domestic violence
Fonuuaa.Sand- reshitidng without violencee
Fortner. Brooks: d ri\ ing while license
suspended/revoked
FosterGeorge: diiing whilelicense sus-
pended revoked, resisting without violence
SFussell.Jerrv:battery
Gladue, Brendon: indirect criminal con-
tempt no valid driver's license, indirect
a ininal contempt for poss.of more than 120
gramnsof cannabis
Goiman, Nlicheal: indirect criminal con-
temlpt of court
Hall.Adam: buigl1ar todwelling.grand
theft \\or th moi e than j2tl20(
Hane\. Stacy: racing onhighwals ,
Harve,. Eddie:grand theft fleeing and
eluding, violategame fish rules
Han man, Pamela: aggravated domestic
batte\
Heml., ngela:: domestic batter\
: Hill.Leah:gI and theft
Hodges, A: writ of attachment i-:
Holle\, Earnes: insutff. funds
Honc\cinit, Stefanie: domnestc batter\'.
po-As.o rlf (hug p:atapheirnla la
Huffman,,Richard: rsiscii-g wiitliout \iI:-
lence. ie.amin theseei <\idt n ), p!Oct\ i :inige.Ii
Jares, th tliu: lohiterhing ,:,r pio\\ ling, re- .
lstiln wi\MithO \ violence
Joh nuscn. Lt land: Ih:,ite ring and pi o\ ling .. '
Jones, iKaitherine: \oi dhlerss check
Jolnes, Lisa: sale of :ocaj ne
Jones-Clark, ChanTe: uitering a forged
instrument
Jules, Deborah. \oithless check 'draft
debit card make
Karslen-FlemLI. April: dui-.
KingJa mes:aggra\ aed assault
Lee. Donald: indirect criminal contempt
Mason,Satoniouvs: oi thlesschecks
.Mccreadie, Loretta: domestic battery,
grand theft to a motor vehicle '
Mcdonald,Daniel-writofbodilyattachment
MeNjia, Meh in: habitual dri\ ing while li-
cense suspended, revoked
Miller, Jessica: indirect criminal con-
temptof court
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July 14, 2005 CLAYTODAY.BIZ Section A-23


OBITUARIES


BILLY RAY MAY
Mr. Billy Ray Mav. 70,
passed awa\ peacefully Sat-
urday, July 9, 2005, at OP
Medical Center after a lengthy illness sur-
rounded by his family. Born onJan. 19,
1935, in War Eagle,. WV he moved to FL
from Grundy, VA in 1952 and has resided
in CC most of his life. Billyjoined those
who preceded himin death,mother, Onie
Mounts May Dales; father; Lonnie May;
brothers: Arnold "Bud" May (Dorothy),
Leonard Harold May (Gay) and Jimmy
Dales (Laura); sister, Irene Farris (Tommy).
Billy is survived by his four children:John-
ny May, son, Billy, Colorado Springs, CO;
Robert May (Debbie),-sons: RobertJr. and
Jonathan, Ft. Meade, Maryland; Patty Ri-.
denour (John), son, Butch and daughter,
Jessica, Palm Coast, FL; and David May;
stepfather, Rufus Garland Dales; brothers:
Johnny Dales (Rosemary), GCS, FL;
HOa ;rd Dale (JIoanne.l G!eenv ille. SC: sis-
ters: Thelma May Sweat (Ca :'li. O)P. FL and
June Dales Sweat (William), GCS, FL., and
numerous neceL and nephew Bill I\asat
Veteran oftheUS Armi\ anda mn-iiber of
the VFW Post 18 i n GCS. He will be re-
memberedby his family and friends as a
man who loved to Lhunt. i ish and tinker
with mechanical equipment Pri\vate me-
morialwas held.JulI 11.

JACK A. DUKE
SMi.Jack A. Duke. i9,passed aNa \JNul II.
2005, following a long illness. A resident
of Jackson\ilUe and a former 16-year resi-
dent of OP, he was a member of I.B.E..
177 and had retired from his electrical
business of more than 20 \ears. He is sur-
vived by his loving wife, Patric ia L. Duke.
son. Chkistopher S. Duke. sister, brothers,
many loving nieces, nephews, anaunt, and
cousins aswellas h i s life's lo i ng fa mil
members. Funeral services were held
July ll,in the Chapel of Hardage-Giddens
Chapel Hills Funeral Home. Intetmenti
was in Chipel Hills Memoi \ Gardenis.
\\ords of co irfor i t na beh shared w ith the
familyviawww.mem.com.

MARIE ANGE ALPHONSINE
CHATEAUNEUF

Mr Marie Ane .AJ phonineC liaeaunciif.
921. went home to be ibdai die LordJune 19.
2i.115. Shi was born, Oct. 19.1912.in Loell,


MA and nmo\ed toGCS, FL in 1997. Marie
wasprecededin death by her parents:Desite
and Angelina (Champagne) Emond, her
first husband, Maurice Verboncoeur and
her second husband, Harold Chateauneuf.
She is survived by her only child, Roger Ver-
boncoeur (Nancy), her grandchildren:
RogerJr.,John (Carol), William (Chang-Tse
"Cherry"), Andrew (M iclhelle', Mair Aine
Orenchuk (Michae), T ho, iiai Shaw nda I.
Melanie, Matthew (Doreen), Victoria Davis
(Andrew),Joseph, and Elizabeth, 7 great
grandchildren and numerous nephews and
nieces. Marie is a communicant of Sac ed
Heart Catholic Church, GCS and a retired
member of the International Ladies Gar-
ment Worker Union. A memorial funeral
mass and burial will be held 11 am.Saturday,
July 16, at Sacred Heart Catholic Church,
1790 US Hwy 17 S, GCS, FL. In lieu of flow-
ersthe family requests memorial donations
be made to Hospice of NC FL
(http://www.hospicecares.org/dona-
tions.asp).

ALBERTA ANDERSON
Mrs. Alberta Anderson, 67, of Orange
Park, FL, passed away FridayJuly 1,2005.
Born Aug. 14,1937, in Abilene, KS, she has
been a resident of the Green Cove
Springs and Orange Park community for
more than 20 years. Alberta-was very spe-
cial to many people and will be remem-
bered by all.whose lives she touched. She-
is survived:by her mother, Elsie Nobles,
Douglas, GA; brothers: Bert Anderson,
Jacksonville, FL, and Johnny Nobles,
Douglas, GA; sister; Marie ThomasJack-
sonville, FL; and many beloved friends.
Funeral services were held graveside at
Decoy Baptist Church Cemetery, Friday,
Jul\ 8. with Reerend Bobb) Baker offi-
ciatinig; Arrangements were under the
care of Broadus-Raines Pons Fanili
Funeral Home.

WANDA MARIE TOWNSEND
Mrs. Wanda Nai ie Townsend. 70.1 April
26.1935l a resident of Green Co\ e Springs,
passed awNa\ Monda.Julv 4.2005. at 6Or-
aiige Park Miedical Center. Mrhs. Townsend
wasana tia\e Mt arv Helein. KY coining to
Green Co e Spr inis in 1945 from Mid-
dlesboro,KY.Wainda ms thie daughter of
Jalues Miracle and L Anna B. Robblins Mir-
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ceded in death by her husband, Ellis
Townsend in 1996, one brother. Homeri
Miracle and one sister, Reba Moore. She
is survived by her step-daug tel. Letha
Edenfield (Todd), St. Augustine; 3 sisters,
Lucille Alexander, Knox ille. KY, Max-
ine Kelly, Orange Park, and Dorothy
Glass, Glassgo, KY; 4 brothers: Glen Mir-
acle, McClenney, FL, Delmer Miracle,
Green Cove Springs, Walter Miracle,
Rockwood, TN, Oliver Mi, a I e. Rcoselill,
GA; 2 grandchild ren: (Chelsea and Sliane
Edenfeld, St. Augustine. Graveside serv-
ices for Mrs. Townsend were held Thurs-
day July 7, at the Townsend Cemetery in
Hawthorne, FL. Arrangements under
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WILLIAM AUSTIN
Mr. William Austin, 83, passed-away
July 2,2005, in Orange Park. He was born
in Valdosta, GA and was a resident of
Green Cove Springs since 1928. Mr.
Austin was a member of First Atfricani
Baptist Church. Survivors include his
wife, Willene Austin; 4 sons: Alfonso Sin-
gleton, ChesterJerome and Tracy Austin;
5 daughters: Grace Godfrey, Willie Mae
Black, Dorothy High, Iris Austin and
Cynthia Austin; brother, Eugene Austin;
sisterean Mazion; 19 grandchildren and
14 great grandchildren. Funeral services
were held SatiurdayJul 9.at First African
Baptist Church, Palmetto Ave. GCS with
Rev. Kenneth Wright officiating. Burial


followed in Holly Hill Memorial Park.

BERNICE APPLEBY "SUNSHINE"
JACKSON
Mrs. Bernice Applebh "Sunshine"
Jackson, 95, passed away July 3,2005, at
All Saints Nursing Home following
lengthy illness. Born in Undine, GA, she
was a long l ime resident of Jacksonville
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STARKE-A short drive can ha e great re-
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Middleburg and Camp Blanding. In a
short 20 minutes you'lll find out \wh\ so
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From Sa annah. Ga. to St. .ugustine.
know n as theJacksonville Zone, this deal-
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All of the service technicians are Gen-
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S sultants adhere to a strict code of ethics
developed by the National Auto Dealers
Association.
As a recipient of the 2003 General Mo-
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ceeding Sales Objectives and Customer
Satisfaction e\ els, the dealership has set
very.high goals for the future.
With a history in the industry of more
than 34 years, Ada ms' last 17years-were
spent in St. Aug istine as General Manag-
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dealership.
Adams is a member of the Board of
D)iiectors for the Bradford Count\ Edu-
cational Foundation where he. in con-
junction with the Chevrolet Motorcar
Di\ vision, has provided academic scholar-
ships to area students.
In addition, he is a boaid member for
the Rotari Club. a sponsor of the local
Pop W\arner football team. and is in-
\ol\ed % ith the Universiti of Florida
Athletic Association.
Adams is looking to the future. He
plans to build a new Chevrolet dealership
in Starke.
The business is earning an excellent
reputation as the dealership togo to for a
great deal. Take Shane Matthews for in-
stance. Matthews knows the importance
of trust. .As the former quarterback for
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Library ends summer youth programsuccessfully


By Amy Dimmock, Correspondent

FLEMINGISLAND- On Wednesday,July
13, the Headquarters Library in Fleming Is-
land wrapped up a very successful first sum-
mer youth program.
The summer program, which started June
6, offered several choices each week, from a.
variety of story times, puppet shows and
crafts to special programs with guests like the
Jacksonville Zoo and Jacksonville Suns.
Children's Librarian Jill Sears started
summer planning last fall. She brought ex-
perience with the Jacksonville Public Library
system to Fleming Island when the library
opened Feb. 25.
When choosing youth events, she "looks
for people that can relate to the children and
can control them."
Some of the summer programs were her
idea, but she had help from others as well.
Staff from the five Clay County branches met
and shared ideas for summer programming,
discussing what worked and didn't work
from previous years. Sears said they hoped
to offer at least one program a day at one of
the branches.
However, looking at their summer sched-
ule, it is obvious they offered more than one
a day. Each branch gave several programs
each week, with some programs presented
at each branch and some original to the Flem-
ing Island branch or other locations.
"Start using the library at a young age
and keep using it," said Sears. "The library is
a fun place to go to. Reading is a fun. desir-
able activity."
Based on participation at their programs,
Sears is getting that message out. The Zoo-
fan program held June 28 attracted more
than 225 children. Sears said the attendance
"exceeded her expectations." She was happy,
though, that they did not have to turn any-
one away.


CORRESPONrENI PHOIo' B' AM, DiukMocv:
This young man used the time during during the Jul. 5 cowboy storntime program at the
Headquarters Libraryin Fleming Island to get a little coloring done.


"We want everyone to have a positive
experience when they come here," she said,
The puppet show The Three Billy Goats
Gruffperformed for about 150 children. That
was the fourth puppet show of the summer-
and each one seemed to grow in popularity


as people learned about the offerings. The
puppeteers staff of the Headquarters
branch even have a name for themselves:
Main-ly Puppets.
Christine Bachman and Roxana Bush de-
veloped scripts from books and practiced and


prepared for each show.
Others also helped out. Reference Li-
brarian David Puller volunteered to serve
as the "Talking Book" for The Three Billy
Goats Gruff. When the attendance grew too
large for their original puppet stage, Chris
Bush, Roxana's husband, made a larger,
portable stage.
In addition to the story times and pro-
grams, children were invited to sign up for a
summer reading program, "Reading Around
Florida." Participants completed a form each
week showing which days they read, turning
them in to receive free treats and coupons
from local businesses.
Teenage volunteers contributed to the
summer success at the library, say organizers.
In June, there were 21 volunteers, many who
worked up to 15 hours a week.
Teen volunteers are welcome during the
school year as well and typically help out
from three to six hours each week. General-
ly, Sears said volunteers are age 14 or older,
but "depending on the individual, they could
possibly volunteer at age 12 13."
Also available during June was a grant pro-
gram for third graders that offered math en-
hancement for those who failed the FCAT.
Fifty-one students registered for the pro-
gram, which included the use of new "Earo-
bics" software.
Currently two computers are dedicated
for "Earobics" use in the Children's Library
in Fleming Island, but the software is also
available at the other Clay County branches.
Though the summer program may have
just finished, the Fall program will be starting
soon. Story times will be held for different
age groups, from babies through school age.
Visit the Headquarters Library at 1895
Town Center Blvd or call them at 278-3721
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FIHS TVproduction students win PSA contest


By .Ani Dimmock, Correspondent

FLEMING ISLAND-l The TV Production
students at Fleming Island High School and
teacher Mark Roberts recently won the 2005
Jacksonville Jaguars' Straight Talk public serv-
ice announcement (PSA) contest.
Their 30-second PSA targeting middle
school students about teen pregnancy and
prevention of sexually-transmitted infections
won based on production quality, message,
creativity and on-line votes.
It took time and effort to produce the
30-second spot. said Roberts. Roberts and
the approximately 10 students who volun-
teered to work on the PSA first discussed


ideas before Christmas break.
After various brainstorming sessions,
'Don't judge a Book by its Cover" became,
the central theme to the winning PSA.
Incoming junior Mike Fox, Assistant Di-
rector for the project, said it was fun, but
there is "a lot behind that 30 second piece::
people don't see the depth of it."
Before the video could be shot, storyboard
sheets were created to show what would
occur and who would be where. Scripts were
written and shots were discussed.
After months of planning, the shoot oc-
curred Saturday, April 2 About 45 students
participated in the shoot, which was com-
pleted in one day to maintain consistency in


the final product.
Six hours of shooting, more than an hour
of footage and 18 hours of editing resulted in
4 and 1/2 minutes of "raw cuts of all the
shots we wanted," according to Director Je-
remy Lawrence. Lawrence, who will be a sen-
ior this fall, added that they "did about 100

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FLEMING ISLAND The Fleming
Island Golden Eagles completed their
summer basketball season with a 5-5
record playing at the Jacksonville In-
door Sports Arena.
Golden Eagle coach Ivin Gunder
opted not to play at the local summer
league hosted by Middleburg and
Ridgeview as he prepares his team for
the transition to the 5A schedule this
year after spending their first two sea-
sons at the 4A level .
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Camarda assets reach $90 million


Clay Today Staff
ORANGE PARK -Camarda Financial Ad-
visors announced its assets under manage-
ment exceeded $90 million for the first time
in its history.
We are very pleased to report that area
investors have entrusted us with assets ap-
proaching $100 million," said JeffCamarda.
CEO and chief investment officer."
Camarda attributed the firm's rapid
growth to its trademarked ISIS'" investment


Process, which he said has produced excel-
lent returns and very high levels of client sat-
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homeowners have
According to
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activity in 2002 in- F"V.N\'lt1L.- ViiSORl
creased more than
600 percent over 2000 levels. I
Refinancing may save thousands of dol-
lars, but high transaction fees and related
.costs may eat into potential savings. If
You're thinking of refinancing, consider
these tips. :
Shop for the best deal
Like a standard mortgage, a refinanced
mortgage is a "product" offered by financial
institutions. As with other products, shop
around for the lowest price and the highest
service to get the best deal. Contact sever-
al lenders to find not only the best interest
race, but also the best fees and terms asso-
ciated with the loan. Closing costs will typ-
ically average $2,000 to $3,000 to refinance
$150.000 over a 30-year term.
If you opt for a "no-cost" or "no-fee"
loan, know what you're buying before sign-
ing on the dotted line. Although such loans
may not charge closing costs, you'll pay
more in interest charges thanif you paid for
Closing costs up-front.
Certain costs are unavoidable
Except to pay several required fees dur-
ing almost any home refinancing transaction.
For example, when refinancing or applying
for a new home mortgage, you'll be charged
an appraisal fee, which covers the costs of
having an independent expert determine
and document the market value of your
home. Other fees include:
Credit report fees enable a lender to re-
view your credit history and other financial
information, which includes a credit score
that reflects your overall credit risk.
"Points" are fees you pay to cover the
lender's administrative costs.or to lower
the interest rate on the loan. Each point
equals I percent of the amount borrowed.
You can pay points in cash or finance them
as part of the total loan amount.
Title insurance fees pay for an insurance,
policy that protects a lender or owner
against loss in the event of a property own-
ership dispute. If a legal claim is made against
your property, title insurance can cover
costs for a legal defense and pay court costs.
Getting a good-faith estimate
When you apply for a mortgage, lenders
are required to give you a "good-faith esti-
mate," a document detailing the estimated
closing costs foryour mortgage. The good-
faith estimate is just an estimate and fees can
change prior to closing, lenders are required
to give their best estimate and the good faith
estmate should provide a fairly reliable basis


for you to compare offers from other.
lenders. :
As you review the good faith estimate,
ask the lender to explain the fees listed. Ask
about the purpose of each cost and who
will receive the fee. More importantly, ask
if certain fees might be eliminated or re-
duced. A lender may agree to waivecertain
refinancing fees, such as document prepa-
ration and processing costs, or even reduce .
your overall interest rate. However, during
times when lenders have as much business
as they can handle, don't be surprised if
there is little or no leeway in fees, ..
Been there before? Consider
"recycling".
If you're refinancing your home for a
second orthird time, you may be able to
cut closingcosts by "recycling" certain serv-
ices you've already paid for. If you've had"
your home appraised in the past year, ask
your previous appraiser for a "recertifica-
tion of value," which can cost several hun-
dred dollars less than a full appraisal.
Similarly, you may be able to save money on
your title insurance by updating your exist-
ing policy, rather than writing a completely
new one, .
Hiring the same attorney you used dur-
ing a previous home refinance can also.help
reduce costs.
Compare your estimate to
your settlement statement
After you've chosen the refinancing
deal that's best, you'll receive at closing a
settlement statement, also known as a.;
HUD-I document, a standard form that
lists the loan's closing costs and charges.-
The form shows how loan proceeds are
paid out and who will receive them.
Ask to see a copy of the completed
settlement statement at least one business
day before the loan closing. Compare
your settlement statement with your
good-faith estimate. Focus on the total
amount of your closing costs rather than
quibbling on individual fees. But if you no-
tnce a large disparity between the docu-
ments, ask your lender to explain it.
If the fees seem unreasonable, remem-
ber you have the right to cahcel a refi-
nanced mortgage within three days of
closing. The lender is required to refund
your money, without penalty, unless the
loan is from a state agency or is a closed-
end refinanced mortgage with no new ad-
vance of money from the same lender as
the loan you're refinancing.
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If you're unsure whether now is the
right time to refinance, consult a certified
financial advisor.
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Dapper Dog under new management


By Amy Dimmock, Correspondent

"This business saved me twice." That's
how Sue Spradlin describes Dapper Dog, the
pet grooming business she and her husband
Chad owned in Fleming Island until recently.
Three years ago this October it "gave me
a life'after my daughter died," she said.
And now, because she does not have
medical insurance, selling Dapper Dog is giv-
ing her the financial means to pay for surgery
needed after surviving an accident several
years ago.
/As much as she will miss her "babies," as
she calls the dogs she serviced, she feels good
about the new owners, Rich and Silvia Benda.
"They will run it very similar to me," she
said. She remarked on a recent day in the
shop when she saw Silvia with some dogs
"kissing all over them." Seeing that helped
Spradlin to feel good about the sale. Spradlin
believes that as much as she "loves the peo-
ple, the dogs are the customers." Groomers,
she firmly believes, need to be patient and al-
ways gentle with the pets.
New owner Rich agrees.
"We love animals... we're not mean to
the animals ever," said Rich. "Even if the ani-
mals bite you, you have to treat them good."
Dapper Dog was purchased by Rich and his
wife Silvia, opening under their ownership
Tuesday, July 5.
Silvia is the groomer in the family; Rich
handles the business end of things, though
he helps lift the heavier animals and assists
when needed.
Prior to owning Dapper Dog, Rich was


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The new owners of Dapper Dog are Silvia and Rich Benda.


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Restaurant for three years.
"I always wanted to have my own busi-
ness," he said. He offered to work for
Spradlin for almost two months "for no pay
to learn the business and to see if I'd like it."
SSilvia worked as a groomer at Dapper


Dog during the past year. She is a certified.
groomer and worked previously grooming
at an Orange Park pet shop. She describes
grooming as "fun" and so far, hasn't felt
much different being an owner instead of
an employee. She said she and Rich* "have:
a lot of ideas," including offering package


pampering deals and remodeling the inside
of the building.
With an average of 25 dog clients each
day and several cats per week, Silvia is not
the only groomer at Dapper Dog.'Rich feels
they're "lucky to have such great people" as
groomers Mimi Petty and Karen Hibbitts.
Though at Dapper Dog just two months,
Petty has 22 years. of grooming experience.
She is a Master Groomer certified to teach
and is experienced with pet and show quali-
ty grooming,.Petty actually started Dapper
Dog at another location in 1979. Hibbitts has
18 years of grooming experience, with three
months at Dapper Dog.
Spradlin, whose surgery was scheduled
July 12, will be "down/for eight weeks" re-
covering with the help of her family, includ-
ing four dogs and four cats. She's considering
opening a kennel in the future so she will, as
she says, "Still get to see my babies."
She appreciates the people who support-
ed her with Dapper Dog and feels the "peo-
ple in the area have all been wonderful." She
hopes they will continue to support Dapper
Dog and its new owners.
The Bendas are hoping to open another
location someday but for now are happy fo-
.cusing on continuing the success of Dapper
Dog. They reside in the Fleming Island area
with three boys, three dogs and one cat.
Dapper Dog is located at 1560 Business
Center Dr., Suite 5 in.che.Shoppes at Eagle
Harbor. They're open Tuesday thru Satur-
day from 8:00 am 5:00 pm and can be
reached at 904-264-0773. Appointments are
available but not necessary.


PSA AWARD from page A-25

edits for sound, effects and fades."
The group worked hard choosing which
four minutes of scenes or frames to cut while
still maintaining the mes-
sage of the PSA. After
':,multiple editing sessions.
they reached 30 seconds
the night before the con-
test deadline of April 15.
Before naming the
first place winner, six fi-
nalists-were chosen by
the Straight Talk judging
panel. In addition to
Fleming Island High
School, the other 2005 fi-
nalists were Clay High
School, Baker County
High School, Hilliard High W .:-
School, Paxon High
School and Bartram Trail .
.High School. The six final-
ist PSAs may be viewed at
hccp://straghEtalk.jack-
Ssonville.com. Fleming Island Hi
sonville.com.-
The PSA contest is
held each year. Fleming Island High School's
entry took first runner-up in 2004.
As winners, the team can look forward to.
watching a preseason Jaguars home game in
the Owner's Suite and shadowing a Jaguars
broadcast during a home game. In addition,
they will receive a behind-the-scenes tour of
WJCT-7 Studio and a t-shirt.
The annual Straight.Talk program pre-
sented by the Jacksonville Jaguars Foundation


in- partnership with the media, Blue Cross
and Blue Shield of Florida and the National
Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy strives
to reduce teen pregnancy and the spread of
sexually transmitted infections by featuring a


PHOciO SPECIAL 10 CLA, TODAY
gh School students prepare for a videotaping.

televised town hall forum "Teens & Sex...
the Real Truth," which was broadcast locally
during June.
Roberts has been the TV Production
teacher at FIHS since it opened two years
ago. Prior to that he was at Ridgeview High
School for one year with 18 years of TV ex-
perience before that.
FIHS has an actual studio and utilizes the
same equipment students find when they enter


the field after graduation. Roberts is proud of Pupil Assignment) status for.
his graduated students. Several are working in
TV, including two with First Coast News. For more information about FIHS' TV
FIHS is the only TV production program production program, call 904-541-2100.
in Clay County and is the only non-Academy For information on Straight Talk, visit
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Kravitz honored by

Florida prosecutors


Special to CLi Today
JACKSONVILLE Rep. Dick Kravitz, (R) Dist.
19, received House Leadership Award Monday,
July I I, from the Florida Prosecuting Attorneys
Association for his leadership on criminal justice
issues and his efforts to ensure adequate funding
for Florida's prosecutors. FPAA presented the
award at their annual conference at the Marco
Island Marriott in Marco Island.
"I am extremely honored to receive this
award especially from this organization. This
group of people shares the same goals as I
do," said Kravitz. "getting the criminals off


the streets and helping crime victims go
about their daily lives a bit more easily. "
According to a recent report by the Flori-
da Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE).
crime rates in 2004 dropped by 6 percent
compared with 2003, hitting a 34-year low
The Florida Prosecuting Attorneys Asso-
ciation represents the 20 state attorneys of-
fices around the state.
Kravitz is chair of the Criminal Justice
Committee and the prime sponsor of the Jes-
sica Lunsford Bill and House Bill 409 thar
hands out stiffer penalties for people using
the Internet to solicit children.


'Zoofari' presented at local libraries


SITAF PHOIO B. GEG WALSH

Clay unit helps hurricane victims
W\alt Laun, the Sall action Army's Clay Count3 district services coordinator, was prepar-
ing last week to take the county's disaster response unit to the Florida Panhandle to
assist residents following Hurricane Dennis. The unit is one of4- in the state that can
set up any*% here Sal\ ation Army officials want to serene hot meals to disaster victims .
In 200oo4. the unit responded to areas affected by all four hurricanes that hit Florida.



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By.Amy Dinunock, Correspondcnt
FLEMING ISLAND -
Local libraries went wild the I
week of June 28 when the
Jacksonville Zoo brought
their Zoofari program to 0
each of the Clay.County V
branches.
..Headed by the zoo's Edu- I
cator Karl Boecklen and his
volunteer staff, the 45-minute
outreach program intro-
duced children and adults to
several ofthe zoo's residents.
What can stay underwa-
. ter for 15 minutes in the sum-
mer and 8 hours in the
winter? If you attended the
Zoofari program, you know it
-is an American alligator.
Boecklen and his staff shared V,
factual information, often in a yo
-humorous .manner, about Isl


CORRESPOrND
volunteer Br
rung alligator
land Zoofari


each animal.
Animals presented included a chinchilla,
box turtle, California king snake,-leopard
gecko. screech owl, great horned owl,
tarantula spider, marine toad and Ameri-
can alligator.
The final star of the show was Naag, a
-very large boa constrictor. As the children
ee ited, they were invited to get an up
close view;.
Boecklen.who has a background in edu-
;cation and zoo keeping, has been involved


with the Zoofari program for five years. Vol-
unteers at the Headquarter's program in-
cluded Docent (a
volunteer educator
with years of train-
ing) Jay Beeler and
high school students
Nicole Moredock
and Britoney Klein.
_. The program was
Moredock's third
program and Klein's
first. Klein said she
"volunteers for Zoo -
fan nine hours a day,
three to-four days a
week -during. the
summer' and 'will
continue-vijunteer-
ing during tie sch-ool
PHolo' B A oDwuoci year on Saturdays.".
itney Klein holds a Kleon-adds hat, as
rduringthe Fleming a voluntber,- publicc
program. speaking i 19mpg r-
tant." and -if iyou
aren't comfortable doing .something,
"there's nothing you have to do."-. -
In addition to the Clay County libraries,
the Zoofari program conducts year-round
visits to schools, fairs, libraries and other lo-
cations around Clay, Duval, Nassau and St.
Johns Counties.
Those interested in having-Zoofari.pre- -
sented at di school or organization or be-
coming a volunteer, should contact Karl
Boecklen at 757-4463.


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Thrasher-Home prepares for



second season of performances


Clay Today Staff

ORANGE PARK The smash Broadway hit
"Thoroughly Modern Millie" and world
renowned contemporary Hubbard Street Dance
of Chicago are just a few of the performances
planned for the 2005-2006 season at the Thrash-*
er-Horne Center For the Arts (THCA).


E

Willy Wonka is on the THCA schedule for
April 1 2oo006


"This season truly offers something for
everyone," said THCA Executive Director
Tony Walsh.
Season 2005-2006 begins in the Lee
Adams Florida Artist Gallery, when the
THCA partners with The Fairchild Tropical
Botanical Gardens of Coral Gables, Fla., to
present Lee Adams Remembered.


The exhibit, sponsored in part by Louis
and Mary Huncley, the Eagle Foundation and
Frank and Ollavan Brown, features the work
of late Jacksonville airtis Lee Adams. and will
showcase works from both private collec-
tions as well as a sample from a collection of
never before seen palms commissioned by
Dr. David Fairchild of the Fairchild Gardens.
"Thanks in large part to the vision of Mar/
Ward Huntley and her commitment to Flori-
da artists we are starting off in a big way,"
said Walsh. "This exhibit and our partnership
with the Fairchild were spearheaded by Mrs.
Huntley. My work with the Fairchild will give
us statewide recognition, while demonstrat-
ing our strong ties here at home, since man/
of the pieces, which will be featured in the
exhibit, are coming from private collectors
right here in Northeast Florida."
Performances on the THCA main stage
begin in early October and the season ends
in May 2006 (a complete calendar is at-
tached below).
The THCA Box Office opens 10 a.m.


Monday, July 18. Season subscription orders
can be placed by calling the box office at
(904) 276-6750.
Individual ticket sales start Sept. 1-5 and
can be made by calling the box office or vis-
iting www.thcenter.org.
"This year patrons will be able to build
their own season," said Walsh. "They simply


select five performances to create their sea-
son and by doing so they receive a 10 per-
cent discount on their order."
The THCA. 283 College Drive, is owned and
operated by St. Johns River Community College


Main Stage
Little Moon Theatre, Oct. 8, 2005,
2:30 p.m.
SI Love You, You're Perfect Now
Change, 7:30 p.m.
Juice Newton, Nov. 4, 2005,-7:30 p.m.
Army Field Band, Nov. 14, 7:30 p.m.
(this is a free community concert. Tickets
are available when you order a season
subscription; tickets for all other patrons
are available Oct. 3, 2005)
An Evening of Dance, Dec. 2, 7:30 p.m.
Babes In Toyland, Dec. 17, 7:30 p:m.
Harlem Gospel Choir, Jan. 13,7:30 p.m.
Sing! Sing! Sing!, Jan. 29,2006,4:30 p.m.
Hubbard Street Dance Chicago, Feb.
1 1, 7:30 p.m.
American Boys Chorus, Feb. 26, 7:30 p.m.
A Tribute to Patsy Cline, March 3,
7:30 p.m.
SThumbelina, March 18, 2:30 p.m.
Thoroughly Modern Millie, April 4,
7:30 p.m.
Willy Wonka, April 21, 7:30 p.m.
Marcus Roberts Trio, May 20, 7:30 p.m.

Studio Theatre
Donna Wissinger. Nov. 22, 7:30 p.m.
Bobby Horcon, Feb. 3& 4, 7:30 p.m.
Florida Suite, A Night of One Act
Plays, May 5 & 6, 7:30 p.m.
Tammerlin, June 2, 7:30 p.m.


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EVENTS AND CLUBS
ATTORNEY ERIC W. ENSMINGER
will speak during an Estate Planning Seminar 7
.p.m. Thursday, July 21, at St Luke's Parish. Pro-
bates, wills and.living trusts will all be discussed.
Call 282-0439.
THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS FOR
THE CLAY COUNTY COUNCIL ON
AGING, INC. will meet II a.m. Thursday;july
21 at the Green Cove Springs Senior Center.
WALGREENS is offering a free kids ID, in-
cludes a photograph and fingerprinting, at 2675
Blanding Blvd.,.Middleburg, Saturday, July 16, 10
a.m.-2 p.m.; 630 Blanding Blvd., Orange Park, Sat-
urday,July 30; 10 am.-2 p.m.; and 9700 Argyle For-
est, Jacksonville, Saturday, Aug. 27, 10 a.m.-2 p.m..
NARCONON ARROWHEAD re-
minds you that during the summer months,
children are more apt to let boredom set in
and drugs and alcohol can work into their lives.
To help a child'this summer, recognize the
signs of drug and alcohol addiction and get the
,help they need. If you or someone you know
is struggling with an addiction, call Narconon.
Arrowhead by calling I-800-468-6933 or log-
- going onto www.stopaddiction.com.
ORANGE PARK MEDICAL CEN-
TER'S WELLNESS WEDNESDAYS, a
free health information and screening event
open to everyone in Clay County and the neigh-
boring areas. Held 7-10 am. the last Wednes-
day of each month ii the hospital's Registration
Lobby on Kingsley Aye. Wellness Wednesdays
have been created to help support good health
and well being throughout the community. This
month's topic, Pediatric Speech and Motor De-
velopment will focus on accessing your child's
speech, language, motor and sensory skills. For:
more information, visit the hospital's web site at
www.opmedical.com or call 904-213-2601.
THE CLAY COUNTY CHAMBER
OF COMMERCE will host a New Teacher
Welcome Breakfast 7:30 a.m. July 25 at Flem-
ing Island-High.School. Tickets:are $10. -For
more information, contact maselage@clay-
chamber.com or at 264-0718.
STHE SOUTHERN GENEALOGIST'S
EXCHANGE SOCIETY will hold its
monthly meeting jointly with the Jacksonville
Genealogical Society 1:30 p.m. Saturday July
S 16,at the Webb-Wesconrett Library, 6887
103rd street, Jacksonville. For additional infor-
mation, call 778-1000.
THE SHEPHERD'S CENTER OF OR-


OP pair wins

national bike race
B, Horace Dads,. Staff '


ORANGE PARK -Kent Lofton and
S Katie Degourse returned from Utah as
national champions after winning the
mixed tandem bike run in the time trials:
and road race divisions.
Lofton, a manager at Champion Cycling
shop at 175 Blanding Blvd. and Decoursie,
a physician's assistant at a local Orange
Park doctor's office are now riding in the
Multiple Sclerosis 150 Bike Run that will
take place on Saturday. July 16, beginning
at 7:30a.mx .
The ride will begin at Champion's lo-
S cated at 175 Blanding Blvd. lust one block
south of Orange Park Mall.


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ANGE PARK will offer Adventures in Learn-
ing July I I-Aug. 29.:Classes include Book Re-
view, Bible Study, Needlepoint, Current Events
and Spanish. Call 269-5315'.
THE CLAY COUNCIL ON AGING,
INC. BOARD OF.DIRECTORS will meet
II a.m. Thursday, July 21 at the Green Cove
Springs Senior Center.
COMMUNITY HOSPICE OF
NORTHEAST .FLORIDA AND
HARDAGE-GIDDENS will hold a Candle-
light Service of Remembrance 12:30-2 p.m.
Thursday. July 14 at St. Giles Presbyterian
Church, 116 Foxridge Road Call 596-6183 to
register by Monday, July I I.
THE ED WHITE CLASS OF 1980 will
host its 25-year class reunion on July 23 at the.
Ponte Vedra Inn & Club Outpost To receive
reunion, a .. registration brochure,
e-mail btouch62@comcast.net or call 744-0967:
THE BUDGET, FINANCE AND
PERSONNEL COMMITTEE will meet
2:30 p.m. Thursday, July 14 and 28.
CHICK-FIL-A AT WELLS ROAD will
host a Car Seat Safety for Children program 5-
8 p.m.Thursday, Aug. 25. Call 284-7703 or the
Clay County Car Seat Safety Program hot line
at 213-5927.
KNIGHTS OF RIZAL, JACK-
SONVILLE CHAPTER will host "Barrio Fi-
esta in Jacksonville" 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday, July
16-July 17 at the Fiil-American Cultural Center
festival grounds on Old Jennings Road in Mid-
dleburg. Tickets are pre-selling for $5 and $6-
at the gate. Call 699-0759.
THE LIGHTHOUSE SINGLES FEL-
LOWSHIP, where singles meefto mingle, will
meet 7-10 p.m.July 29 at Paterson Elementary's
Cafetorium, 5400 Pine Ave. All single adults are
welcome to come enjoy dessert & coffee, fel-
lowship, praise and worship music and chal-
lenge from God's Word. Call 215-1636.
ART GUILD OF ORANGE PARK,
INC. meets the first Tuesday of each month
7 p.m. September-May in the Orange Park Li-
brary. The meetingsare .open to the public
and usually include an informative demonstra-
tion or presentation followed by refreshments
and conversation. Call President, Carolyn Ann
Day at 904-215-9177 or visit www.or-
angeparkart.com
THE ROCKING' REDHATLAND
CHAPTER OF THE RED HAT SOCI-
ETY will meet 6:30 p.m. every third Tuesday.
Call 284-0455.
THE CLAY COUNTY COUPON
CLUB meets 10 a.m. every third Wednesday
at the Orange Park Library. Call 284-2937.
THE GREEN COVE SPRINGS LI-
BRARY will offer a preschool story hour


OBITUARIES from pace A-23


Dtny Nurse. Mrs.Jackson was preceded
in death by 7 brothers and sisters. She
was Methodist by faith. Survivors in-
clude her daughter and son-in-law,
Janet and Julian Cox: granddaughters:
Karen Cox, Sandra (Lerov) Thornton: 3
great-grandchildren: Chrri. V'iki, Kim-
berl IfMark); and 2 great-great grand-
children: Connor and Claire. Funeral
services were held Thursday,Julv 7, in
the chapel of Hardage-Giddens Funei -
al Home, w ith Rev. Ronnie Reid offici-
ating. Burial followed in Riverside
Memorial Park.

CLARENCE RAY BATES
Mr. Clarence Ray Bates.
42. passed away Saturday,
July 9, 2005. He was born in
Duruas, TX, was raised in AR
and had lived in the Orange
Park area for the past 8 years. After-re-
tiring from the USN as anE6, he worked
for Pep Boys for several years and was


10:30 a.m. every Friday for children 3-6 years
old. Call 269-6315.
CAREGIVER/ALZEHEIMER SUP-
PORT GROUP meets 6:30-7:45 p.m. the'
third Tuesday of the month at the Orange Park
Senior Center. Call 264- 5977.
BOOK DISCUSSION GROUP of
The Orange Park Library meets 7 p.m. the
second Tuesday of the month at the library.
Call 278-4750.
CAREGIVER SUPPORT GROUP
meets 3:45-5:15 p.m. the third Wednesday of
the month at Hospice of the Lakes, 6400 St.
Johns Ave., Palarka and I I a.m.- 12 p.m. the first
Monday of the month at Hospice of Jack-
sonville. 8130 Baymeadows Way West, Suite
10,1 Call (800) 816-0596 or (866) 733-9818.
FIND, a networking group for businesses;
meets 7:30-9:30 a.m. Thursday at the Eagle
Harbor Golf Club. The $10 fee includes break--
fast Call 213-8564.
JACKSONVILLE PIPES AND DRUMS
meets 5:45-9 p.m. Wednesday at Mandarin
High School. Call 264-2173 or visit jaxpipes.tri-
pod.com.
LOOKIN GOOD, A self-help group for
people with Multiple Sclerosis, meets I I am. the
second Saturday of the month. Call 278-8060..
MILITARY OFFICERS ASSOCIA-
TION meets on the third Wednesday of
every month. Call 213-0701.
NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS meets 8
p.m. Thursday at St. Mary's Episcopal Church
in Green Cove Springs.
CHRISTIAN MOTORCYCLISTASSO-
CIATION Clay County Chapter meets each Fri-
day 6-8pm, atZaxby's at Blanding and Kingsley in
Orange Park for "Christian Bike Night" The,
monthly membership meeting is the fourth Satur-
day of the month at Orange Ave. Baptist Church,
Green Cove Springs, 5-6pm. with optional Bible
study from 6-7pm. Visitors are welcome. Check
CMA out on the Internet at cmausa.org.
-RETIRED FEDERAL EMPLOYEES
meets I p.m. the second Tuesday of the month
at the Orange Park Public Library. Call 276-9415.
THE GEN. ROY S. GEIGER DE-
TACHMENT OF THE MARINE CORPS
LEAGUE meets 7 p.m. the third Monday of the
month at the Middleburg VFW. Call 272-5013.
THE GREEN COVE SPRINGS/PEN-
NEY FARMS LIONS CLUB meets noon on
Sthe second and fourth Tuesday of the month at
Wachovia on Hwy. 17. Call 904-716-2565.

RELIGION
A BENEFIT GOSPEL SING FOR
.THE BRAZZELLS will be 5:30 p.m. Satur-
day, July 16, at Russell Baptist Church, 229 San-
dridge Rd., Green Cove Springs. Soloists Brad


store manager of the Cedar Hills Nbdas
Auto Sei vice for the pair year. Mr. Bates
is survived by his uife, h ena Bates: son,
Clarence Rav Bates,Jr.; daughter, Can-
dace Bates; father, Eugene Bates; and 2
step-children: Latuen and Colton Dail.
Funeral service with full military rites
will be held Thu sday,Juih 1. at 2 p.nm. in
the C:hapel of Hardage-Giddens River-
mead Funeral Home, 127 Blanding
Blvd. with Rev. Mike Kell officiating.

ERIC MICHAEL STANLEY
Mr. Eric Michael Stanley. 36, passed
away Wednesda%.July 6, 2005. He was
born in Boston, MA, had lived in the
Orange Park area for 9 years and was a
member of the Challenge Ministries
International. He is survived by his
wife.Heidi Stanley; parents: Mary and
Harold Stanley; son, Enmmon Michael
Stanley; daughter, Amy Lee Stanley;
and sister, Robin Dugas. Funeral serv-
ices were held Friday. July 8, in the
Chapel of Hardage-Giddens River-
mead Funeral Home, with Dominic


Weeks, Jimmy Weeks and Vonnie Wood will
perform, Guest groups include Pure Heart,
Holy Ground Trio and the- Harper Brothers of
Jacksonville. Refreshments will be served. Call
904-945-5410 or 904-529-9604.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF KEY-
STONE HEIGHTS will hold Vacation Bible
School Beach Blast 6-9 p.m. July 10-15 for in-
fants-adults. Call 352-473-4201 or visit
www.fbckeysto9e.org.
THE EVANGELISM AND HOME
MISSIONS DEPARTMENT of the Geen-
Cove Springs Congregational Holiness Church.
will present a missionary program I0 a.m.- I p.m.
the third Saturday of-the month in the parking
lot at Clay Theater. All meetings include gospel
singing and preaching. Clothing and meals of-
fered to chose with needs. Call 284-5089.

HEALTH
THE ST. VINCENT'S HOSPITAL
MOBILE HEALTH UNIT will provide free
school physical at the Ed Stansel Administra-
tion Building, 1305 Idlewild Ave., Green Cove
Springs, 9 a.m.-12:30 p.m. and 1-3 p.m. Tues-:
day, July 19.Call 269-6340 ext 101. .
THE KINDRED HOSPITAL NORTH
-FLORIDA will host American Lung Associa-
tion Better Breathers Club Support Group 21
p.m. the fourth Tuesday of the month. Call
904-284-9230 ext 4085.
THE CLAY COUNTY VOLUNTEER
MEDICAL CLINIC will host free medical
care for individuals with inadequate or no
health insurance at the Clay County Health
Clinic, 3229 Bear Run Blvd. Call 282-0439.
LA LECHE LEAGUE OF ORANGE
PARK/ WEST JACKSONVILLE, a breast-
feeding support group, meets the second
Tuesday of the month at Orange Park United
Methodist Church's Family Life Center. Call
284-0785 or visit www.lalecheleague.org.
LYMPHEDEMA AWARENESS
FOUNDATION SUPPORT GROUP.
meets 7 p.m. the fourth Monday o f the
month at the Orange Park Cancer Center.
Call 269-9113.
REHABILITATION DEPARTMENT
OF ORANGE PARK offers a free seminar
4-5 p.m. the first Wednesday of the month.
Call 276-7170.
UNITED OSTOMY ASSOCIATION
Jacksonville Chapter meets. 3p.m. the third
Sunday of the month at Baptist Medical Cen-:
ter.Call904-744-4082. i
Editors note: All submissions to the Community
Calendar must be received by the Friday pnor to
publication and will be placed on a space available
basis. Email submissions can be sent to Greg
Walsh, gwalsh@jcpgroup.com .


Morales officiating.

VIRGINIA GRAVES LAKE
Mrs. Virginia Graves Lake, 97, passed
away Thursday,July 7, 2005. She was
born in Hopkinsville. KY, was a mem-
her of First United Methodist Church
of Hopk insville. moved to Orange Park
in 1940 and was the first nurse to retire
from Baptist Medical Center, Jack-
sonville in 1969. Mrs. Lake is survived by
her son, Ralph R. (Dulce' Lake: daugh-
ter, Virginia L. (Jack) Wright: 3 grand-
sons: Gordon G. (Donna) O'SteenJack
(Dana) Wright.Jr. and Randall Todd
Wright; 4 great-grandchildren; I great-
great-grandson; and several nieces and
nephews. Funeral services were held at
Island View Baptist Church, Monday,
July 1!; with Dr. William Scott Conner
and Fr.Jose Kulathinal, CMI, officiat-
ing. Family requests donations be made-
to CommuinityHospice of NE FL, 4266
Sunbeam Rd. Jacksonville,. 2257.
Arrangements under Hardage-Gid-
dens Rivermead Funeral Home;'-


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ARRESTS from page A-22
Moore. Rhonda: retail theft,
resist obstruct oppose officer without
violence
Mosher, Irov: contempt ql court flo
child support .
Moulton. Liaikno\iing1h driving while
license suspended revoked
Nedd. Kareemah: fraudulent use of
debit credit cad
Nie\esRica do:disorderl\ intoxication
NugenL Tina: burglar
Nugent. Tina: nespassing after warning
Odonnell. David: batters
Pocock. Erederick: domestic batter
Pritchard, William: resisting without


Mark Isanogle. 45, violationn
of parole, resisting


Rick Watts. 40. felony
worthless check


Joann W\illiams. 43. felony
worthless check


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Prond, Lvle: contempt of court fo:r ri\ -
mig wh ile license suspended revoked
Ramos.Jose: worthless checks
Reesev, Karen: domestic battery
Reinhart, Miichael: domestic battery
Richardson, John: domestic battery
Rummel, Gar) : resisting with violence.
resisting without violence
Sammions.Edgar:contemptof court for,
child suppor.dui with damage to personal
property
Sapp.Qu enton:aggra% ated bakery
Sapp. William:d(omesticbattery
Sartor. Thomas: know.inglh driving
whilelicensesuslpended i eoked
Scriven,John: aggravated battery


Jennifer Minor. 23. felony Mark Williams. 26. felon)
worthless check worthless check


Robert Sands, 36. felony Nicole Stoner, 26, felony
worthless check %worthless check


Shaw, Jonathan: knowingly driving
while licensesuspended revoked
Sinuons, Eric: worth less checks
Swanger, Scott: aggravated domestic as-
sault. resisting without violence
Thomas, Roneka: violating probation of
community coritrol
Tomlinson, Lihndsey: contempt of court
for novalid driver'slicense .
Turner, Holly: driving .whie license is
suspended/revoked
Vance, Warren; threatening harassment
phonecalls
Varga, Adam: indirect criminal con-
tempt
Wade, Tc maus: domestic bakery
SWalter, Brandon: driving while license.


suspended revoked.
Ward.Shane: domestic bater .,\ violation
of injunction.
Watson, Derek: domestic \ violence bat-
tery on person o\er 65. poss. ot nmarijua-
na less than 20 grams, poss. of drug
paraphernalia
White, Kenneth: uttering a forged in-
strument .. -
"White, Weslev: poss. of marijuana, poss.
of drug paraphernalia
Williams. KeIll: burglar\ grand theft,
traffic in stolen property, pau i fraud
Wonmack, Oscar: driving \while license re-
Soked
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Big Fish winner Don Clark shows
off his 5.06-pound catch. Local fa-
vorite David Tagliarini returned to
the Working Man's Bass tourna-
ment at Whitey's Fish Camp and
grabbed first place. Just two
years ago Tagliarini lost his arm in
a boating, accident during the
event. See Page B6 for winning
p-* photo and full story.


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Section B of two sections VOL. 35 NO. 28


LAST DAY TO REGISTER FOR FALL SOCCER FOR
BOYS & GIRLS AGES 4-17
3 Different Locations to choose from: Orange Park, Fleming Island & Argyle
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Fleming Island's John Gadson defends against Ridgeview's Charles Gilbert in the spring game held in May 2005.

District and schedules set for upcoming football season


By Horace Davis. Staff
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With the first da\ of football practice fast
approaching on Aug. 1. teams around the
count\ have been staging summer coln-
ditioning programs. With that in mind
here is a brief look at each team 's n-ew
district classification and upcoming
schedules.
Orange Park The Raiders were in
district 1 class 6A but this \ear the\ \lill
be competing in district 2 class 5A and
coach Ted Leasor Sr. hopes to have is
band of Raiders ready f:or the upcoming
season.
District 2C:lass 5A- Fletcher. Ed White,
Bartram Trail and Terry Parker
Schedule -
8 26- Ridge\ iew\IHI
9 2-ForrestiAi
I9 16-Fletcher(HI
9 23-ClaN (Ai
9 30-Ed White iA i
10 7- Middlehur.g I(A
10 14 -Stanton (H)I
10 21- Bartram Trail HI
10 28- Tei r\ Pariker(Ai
11 4 -Fleming Island r
Ridgeview\ The Panthers qualified
for the playoffs with an exciting 22-20


come from behind victory over Fleming
Island and it should be an exciting season
for coach Macpherson and the Pandhers
who \will ha% e quarterback Joe Erett
and Charles Cilbert returning to lead the
offense.
District 5 Class 4A Nease. Fleming Is-
land. Middleburg. Colu mbia
Schedule -
S 26 Orange Park IA)
9 2- Menendez IH)
9 9- Baruam TiailiAi
9 16- iddleburg. A
9 23- Baker Co(iin\(A)v
9 30 Fleming Island i H
1i 6-Cla\ (Hi
10 14- Nease iAi
1l 21 (-Open Date
10 28 Columbia (HI
11 4 St .A ustine l .A
Clai Highh The Blue De\ils return
quarterback Damon Pifer as the fouLi h-
ecar sta tei that wiill feau ire him and tail-
backskeith Bellam\ and El icjoh nsn in
a re amped offense. ID)ensivell, head
coach Jim Reape \will tr\ to plugi some
holes and hope thd, \iaiious defenders
I ll emerge for his tlusall\ stead\ defen-
sie scheme.
District 4 Class 3A St Au.gustIlne.
Palatka. PortOrange Atlantic, Menendez


Schedule -
S 25-Gaines\ille(A
9 2- Fleming Island i(H
9 9-BollesiA)
9 16 Port Orange Atlantic (HI
9 23-Orange Park (HI
9 3- S- Augutine (Ai
10 6-Ridge\iewl(A
10 13-lMiddleburg iH)
10 21-Palatkal. Al
10 28- MenendeziH)
11 4 Open Date


Fleming Island The Golden Eagles
will look to pickup where the\ left off last
\ear, they \vwre just mintites a\as fi oom
qualify\ ing foir the plaNoffs after erasing
a 1 0- deficit against Ridgeiewi bIut lost
20 -19 and also pulled ain upset o(er then
#Si tanked Bradcfoid Colntii\ 24-22.
Can defensive end RashaunJollnson
lead the defense and w\ho will emerge is
the starting qluartel' back?
District 5 Class 4A Nease. Ridge\ ie\,.
Middleburg. C:olumbia
Schedule-
S 25 Menendez (H)
9 2-Cla\i tA
9 9-Open Date
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By Horace Davis,'Staff
hdavis@jcpgronip.com

ORANGE PARK The NationalJunior
College Athletic Association and the
Florida Community College Activities
Association selected former Orange Park
Raider softball player Kimberly Burns as
the Distinguished Academic All Ameri-
can for the school year 2004-05.
Burns, who recently graduated from
St. Johns River Community College
(SJRCC), Phi Theta Kappa with a 3.81;
GPA, she also completed her sophomore
year with a 4.0 GPA while playing left-
field for the Lady Vikings.
Burns said, "I am putting away my soft-
ball cleats to focus solely on academics".
The political science major will be at-
tending Florida State University this fall
majoring in la \ studies \\ith plans on be-
cominga law\ er.
The softball star and the well accom-


plished student also was the secretary for
the SJRCC studentgovernment council
and is the only student from any sport to
receive this recognition from SJRCC on
the national level this ;ear.
Kimberil proud parents Cindy and
GarN Burns alWa\ s knew she was capa-
ble of this, "We knew she had it in her",
said Cindy. "Kim has always been a
fierce competitor athletically, she has
always loved softball and stri\ ed to be
the best and then it translated into the
classroom, we are so proud of her and
look for even greater things from her",
she added.
Burns played for the Orange Park
Raiders until her junior year before
transferring to Arlii ngton Country Day
School; she then went on toJacksonville
University on a softball scholarship but
ti .n1fel red to SJRCC as a ,ophonoin c and
joined the team of Lad) Vikings coach
ToniWillis.


"Kim did a great job
:ifor us", said coachWillis.
"She is a very good ath-
lete that is capable of
playing the infield or
outfield, .after our
catcher blew her knee
out ini a home-plate col-
lision we moved Ki n to
leftfield and she did an
admirable job in the
field and came through
at the plate:with several
clutch hits during the
season. She is the t\ pc of
player that a coach
would love to ha\e. I
could alhwa\s count on
her being where she
needed to be", added
Willis.


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Academic All-American Kim Burns-


Middleburg Angels head to state


By Horace Davis, Staff ,
Mavis@jcpgrmip.com

MIDDLEBURG The Middleburg An-
gels 8 and under girls softball team
won the Division Two Championship
held at Normand\ Athletic Associa-
tion on Saturday,Jul\ 2 and are now


headed to the Florida Babe Ruth State
Tournament in Bunnell onJuly 13-17.
The Angels, lho represents Middlebu.ug
Adhleic Asociauon' begn thedi s ic(t tou.-
nament wi'dilan ll-S \,ictors o\ er Nior muand\.
die\ dien rernc-d die follh\oingda\ to spank
NormTand 2'li-) ending the game after fotu
innigs \idi a game ending triple play.
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Middleburg Lightning wins Tanglewood 12

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Bottom row (1-r) Blaine Rigney, Jason Belanger, PJ. Rosenbaum, Dakota Higdon and
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OPAA Krush advances to state


PHOTO SPECIAL TO CLA TODA\
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game in three \ears came on to shut
down the Normandy offense and allow
the Krush to climb back into the game.


ORANGE PARK The OPAA Krushfin- Another four-run outburst by OPAA
ishedin second place at the districttourna- closed the Normandy lead to 9-8 howev-
mentheldatNormandyAthleticAssociation er that was as close as they would get as
to qualify for the state
totu'1lrUent tht ivill be i
held at Bunnell Fair- "f -
grounds onJulyl3-17.
The Krush opened '
the tournament with
a 4-2 victory over
Lakeshore, as Ashley .. -- -----
Rogers ho previous-
I never pitched more -, -'"
than four innings
pitched a complete
ga me to get the win. ._-
She also received help _:., --I"--> -?-4-
fromherdefensewho -
tUrned two double : b--:
plays and did not --
commit any errors. --
Offensively, Karen
Marti-led the attack
with two hits and
scored arun. STAFF PHOTOSBY HORACE DAVIS
OPAA then faced First baseman Sarah Herrera stretches for the putout.
Normandy Athletic whojumped out to a Normandy pulled away in thelast two in-
7-0 lead after just t h ee innings of play nings town 12-8.
but the resilient Kr ush team battled back Nowjust one loss from elimination the
to close the gap to 7-4 before severe ti u n- KrushfacedoffagainstArgylewiththewin-
derstorms forced the game to be sus- nertoadvancetothe championshipgame.
pe ndeduntil the follow ing iday., Again OPAA fell behind,this time they
hien play resumed; reief pitcher
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July 14, 2005 CLAYTODAY.BIZ
SPORTS BRIEFS


PAL registration
The Police Athletic Leagute (PAL) is
still having registration for its football
leagues. The miglut mites ages 7-9 years
old with a weight limit of 45-90 Ibs.jun-
ior midget ages 10-13 \ears old 80-130 Ibs
and the junior pee-wee ages -1 1 earsold
55-1001bs but spaces are limited.
In addition cheerleaders are still tak-
ing sign ups and a special last call %\ill be
held at the Lake Asbur\ W\'inn-Dixie at
Henle\ Rd. on Julv 16 from 10 a.m. to 2
p.m. Final sign upsare being heldJuil- 30
from 0amn to 2pm at the Green Co\e
Winn-Dixie on High wa1 17. Enrollment
isjust $85.1100 for both prog rams.
The PAL is having open gym all sutm-
mer long from 9 a.m. to 5 p.n. at the PAL
gym iin Green Cove Springs.
For applicationsor more infori mation
call 904-284-8032 or visit ww w.claN coin-
tyflpal.com
Sports correspondents wanted
Clay Today sports are looking for a few
good people to cover high school ath Ilet-:
ics. Prospective candidates should have
an interest in sports and some writing
experience, the position is a independent
contractor and most game coverage is,
during the evening which is great for a
student or someone looking for part
time employment. ,
If interested, call Horace Davis 264-
3200 extl23.
Sports physical
SOrange Park High School will offer
free sports physical for all Clay County
athletes S a.m!. to noon Satuda\.Jiu1l 30,
inside the g ninasium.i
Lakeside basketball camp
The third and final session for the
Lakeside basketball camp \with Joe\
Williams isj uiv 25-Julo 29fiom Ia.nm.to
3 p.m. The camp will focuson die ifnda-
menials of the game. including riebtoud-
ing, dribbling. passing and defense.
The tee is L $Siland ca ipersshoidd bring
lund,Gatoradeand \paer will be pr:Aided.
Space is limited. so callJoev Williams
to register at 264-5720 or 422-1330.
Baseball tryouts
The North Florida Ri\er Cats ul3and
tul1 baseball teams are looking for new
players. Tryours will be held Saturda\.
August 6 at 10 a.m. and Sunda\. Atgust
7 at 1 p.m. at the Bel-Med baseball fields.
Contact Lero\ or Kelly Dunn at 904-
536-6175 or 270-307-0758 for more infor-
mation; in addition Lercl\ isalsoavailable
Sfor pri% ate lessons with plaversof all ages.
Major League soccer camp
The Keystone south Soccer Club is
hosting soccer camp fromn Mon'nday.Juflv.
11 thru Friday Jul\ 15 fiorn 5:30pin -
8:30pm ai the Twinl Lakes Park in Ke;-
Sstone Heights. The camp welcomes kids
-ages 4-18 and the cost is $60 no equipment,
$68 ball or shirt and $75 ball and shii t.
For more infor nation call Trevor Wa-
ters at 352-473-7777 or 352-246-7776.
3 on 3-basketball tournament:
'The Bo) s & Girls Clurbs of Northeast
Florida are seeking players for a 3 on 3-
basketball tournament at its Laurence F.
"Lee Bo\s& Girls Club located at 313 East
10th St.inJacksonville.
SThe tournament will begin on
Wednesday July 13 thru FridayJuly 15
from 2pm -7 p.m. and is open to all area
youth with divisions for ul8 and ul5.
Each team needs at least four plaNers:
and the cost is $20 per player.ev\erv regis-
tered player will rece\e an AND I mix tape
plus anexcluLsi ve autograph session w ith
AND 1 plasersalong witha muscle tee shirL
Each team i ill automatically play two
- games in the tournament and have a
chance to win tickets.to the 2005 AND 1
Nlix Tape TouronJuly 16atJacksonville's
Veteran Memorial Arena.
For more information contact the Boys
& Girls Club a 396-4435 or 355-1796, entry


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FOOTBALL from page B-!
9 23- Fernandina Beach (-A)
9, 30-Ridge\iewv (A)
10/7 Bishop Kenny (A).
10 14-Columbia(H)
10) 21- Middleburg (A)
10/28 -Bartram Trail (H I
11/4 Orange Park (H)


Middleburg The Broncos suffered
through a winless season (0-10) and have
now lost their coach of the last 21 years i n
Allen Powers who resigned the post to
spend more quality time with his family.
However Middleburg did not have to
look far for a replacement when the
hired assistant coach RobbieJustino to
take over the helm.
Justino will have the chance torevita I-
ize a program that is only two years re-
moved from thumping Palatka 54-28 i n
the state pai) offs during their 8-5 season
of 2002-03
District Class 4A Nease, Ridgevievw,
Fleming Island, Columbia
Schedule -
8/26-.Baker County(A):
9/2-Santa Fe (IH-::
9/9-Open Date
9/16- RidgeviewHI -. H .
S9/23- Menendez (A).;:-' : ::
9/30 Columbia (A)


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Middleburg after being named head
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KRUSH from page B-2.
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fiverur coming after two outs to wi 12-8.
The Krush sent 15batters to die plate i


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Catcher Taylor Figueroa 'frames' a strike
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ORNGE PARK -The Reinhold Junior
Golf Classic will look to crow n the area's
bestijunior golfer on Suidal.Julv 24 at the
Countn- Club of Orange Park.
Junior Classic organizer Kell\ Cate, who
has \o\wed to reresurrect heone-da\ tourna-
: meant atudr cew as, man as 50) participants in
past eaias.sa\ s"lani Sillslpounding thepa\e-
meit in search of more players".
Orhuge Park HighgraduateJosh Kinse\
has registered ftr the Cassic. wlfich isopen to
all bo\sandgirlsdroughage l8of.an playing
le\el idiroughout northeast Florida.
"I hope ie e Ioung stars nviwolement will
entice some of his friends and rivals to take
pat in the 18-holeevent", added Cate.
The tournament las a 9-hole division
for inexperienced players and an 18-hole
format for players such as Kinse\, who ire-
centl\ accepted a scholarship offer from
Oglethorpe Universit in .Adlata.
Kinse\ said he would like nothing more
than to be challenged for this \ears tide."It
doesn't bother me at all."he said"It puts you
in different mindset If you're playing with
guys belowyour level, you don't take itas se-
riously. The more people thdberter."Kin-
sey said. "More people means more
competition. It'll be better for everyone."
Play is scheduled to start at 2pm. The
registration fee is $25 fo:r 18 holes and $15
for nine holes, and includes trophies, prizes
and a pizza party afterward.
Anyone wishing to sign up for the Clas-
sic can do so by calling Kell) Cate a t 94-591-
7931. Registration forns are available from
area high school golf coaches and at local
pro shops throughout northeast Florida.
For further information, including
sponsorship information and entry forms,
contact Maggie Vann at 269-3900 orJim
Kuhn at 269-5857 ext302.

Attention tennis

doubles teams
Special to Clay Today.

ORANGE PARK Make plans to.play in
the American Cancer Society's 3rd Annu-
al Ten nis For Cancer Tournament. The
RTori nament wtill take place on Friday.July
29 Sunday.July 31.2005 at the Country
Club of Orange Park. The tournament is
open to men and womenwith participanLs
pla) ing a "Compass Format" which guar-
antees at least 3 matches for each team.
Player applications are available at
area tennis facilities, theAmerican Can-
cer Society office ,or on-line at
www.IdeaStaffing.com /tennis.
The cost is $40 per player and includes
an event t-shirt, goody bag aid refresh-
ments throughout the tournament.
A-chance draWing will be held includ-
ing many tennis items, dinners at local
restaurants, and a round of golf with
PGA Tour Pro, Charles Raulerson.
Tennis For Cancer will raise funds to:
support the Clay County Unit of the
American Cancer Society to provide di-
rect patient services, life-saving research
and education in prevention and early
detection. Local patient services include
support groups, information and re-
sources, loaner wigs for patients under-
going chemotherapy and bras and
prosthesis for breast cancer patients.
SFor more information on sponsorship
or participating in the tournament, call
Curt Cavins at 592-4332 or Therese
Yanochik at the American Cancer Soci-
ety at 264-6039, ext 115.
: TheAmericanCancerSocietyisthena-
tionwide community-based voluntary
health organization dedicated to elimi-
nating cancer as a major health problem
by preventing cancer, saving lives and di-
minishing suffering from cancer, through
research, education, advocacy and service.


July 14, 2005,


CLAN'TODAY~.BIZ


Section B-4






Jl 1


BRIEFS from page B-3
forini are also available art tie Lee Club.
Monday\ thrl li oii Frida\ from 7La.n toLi p.m.

Clay County Lacrosse Association
Be part of the fastest ,ri.\,wint sport in
the nation bi i 2'05 Lac rose
summer camp at Eaglle Han bor ',occei
Fields 6-8 p.m.June 13 -Jul\ 27. The cost is
$100. No expeeni ce is needed, begin ners
toad anced, bioysand girls ages l0-18.



Hunting



bass in



the heat

Special to Clay Today

What's the difference between a cagey
old bass and die perisou sitting in the boat
trying to catcl t? Well. there are a lot of
differencesbutone thing die two have in
common especially on a hot, long sum-
mer day is a natural attraction to ltie
shade. Most folks think that catching big
bass in the sutnuer is more difficult. but
it doesn't have to be. Much like anMthing
else that has to spend all dayoutilside dur-
ing the hottest part of the Neatr. bass will
look for a shady place to hang out. Find-
ing these places is the first step towai.ds
catching more than sunbur n this sum-
mer. Shade fishing will pay oft on big
lakes (as ell as farm ponds, backwater
sloughs and creeks i in the middle of the
dcay where it is coinonL o loc ate big bass
holding on the shadv side of boat docks.
in the shade of walkwavi\ leading to boat
docks arid piers and in the shade of pil-
ings on the side of boat docks and piers.
Water xegetation such as weeds and
grasses also cre.ue shade for bass to hold
in during die middle of the day.
Often oull have the most success when
fishing soft plastics andjigs in big water
shade. Pitching the plastic worm or lizard
under a xboa dock ccacause abassattack.
These nvo lires as can catch bsst in tie
grass. To catch big bass in the middle of
the day in the smumer months, fish a
heavy jig that will punch a hole in the
thick grass. Then let the bait fall
When I-fishajig in thegrass, I'm pima-
rilyfishing the line on the farl and watch-
ing rm line tosee thesrikeIt's in portant
to ha% eagood pair of polarized glasses so
you can see the line against the contrast
of the water in the bright sunligh L I like
Cocoons because they fit over m glasses
sol can tie my knots and still cut down on
the glare. When the lure lilts the bottom,
I shake my rod tip to make the bait quiver.
If die bass doesift attack the baitwithin 10
seconds of its laying on die bottom, then
Ireel the lure in and make another cast. If
a finesse approach ii the shade doesn't
provide die action, top water baits can be
equally effective in u-rm water. Regard-
less of the time of year or the day, 1'll al-
ways find some bass holding in shallow
wate r,holding on shoreline cover in shal-
low water, and most of the time they -ill
bite atop water bait Experience with
depth finders will also allow auglers a
third option in the sununer, targeting
structure-oriented bass in deep water on
bottom breaks, humps, drop-offs and
ledges. Some anglers will only fish where
they see bass holding close to or on the
bottom of hisdepth finder. More experi-
enced anglerswill fish the bottom breaks
and humps because thev know tlat
many times the bass will hold just under
or beside bottom cover, and you might
not spot them on a depth finder. While
summertime fishing doesn't offer the
feeding-frenzy action that anglers expe-
rience closer to the spawn. fishing does-
n't l have to cool off just because the
temperaturesrise.


For more inforlllimation call 215-1222 0r
gi to o Sports Mania ,on Count\ Road 2201
tor registration tfiiormlls.

FIHS soccer camp
Fleming Island High School is lu\ ing
a scceir camp for bo\ s gir lsag~c6-13 on
Juil 18-22tiomi 8a.n.o 12p.m. TIle cost
is. $100and\oiil nlluis register b\Jluh 1. For
morle Iiifotlrmationl contact Frank PoItoire
or Heathei Tetoat 541-2100 ext.6491

Soccer registration
The Cla\ Couni\ Soccer Club is ha\-
ing nkew player i registration 9 a.1m. ol p.m.
Juli 9 and 16 Ifo pla\ers6 to 19. S summer
camp dates are June 13-17l.June 20- 24.
June 27 -Jul\ 1 and iul\ 11-15 and the cost
is $1 15 per session.
Foi molie inform nation call 278-18(2 or
\isit w w w.cla\coiunt\soccer.comn

Spartans Aquatic Club
The Spartan Aquatic Club at St.Jo:hns
C:,tunn\ Da\ Schcdl will ocerl utaniu.nuig aind5
mleter cc.lompttiuon through Floinda and
Urrited StatesStwinIuing from ApriJ 4-JiJ\ 31.
In addition there will be training and
25 \ard competitions itiiough River Cit\
Sw\ im League from Ma\ 2-Jul\ 31.
Call Dale Porter at 264-9572 x4252 for
Inorc infolI mlation

Soccer camp
The Baico-Newton Famnilh YMCA in
Fleming Island is hosting a soccer camp


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High School baseball workshop
Pro baseball link is looking foi local
high school and southh baseball players
who are looking foi the opportiunit\ to
plav college of professional baseball but
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Pro baseball.com is hosting a two-da\
baseball workshop that will bring together
a number of professional and collegiate
baseball personnel address various topics.
The workshop is open to high school
and \oudi players of all ages. coaches and
parents. For more information call 773-
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Travel team signups
Orange Park ll-vear-old Travel Team
looking for plaveis. Must lihe in O)range
Pal k area to be eligible for districts. All-
St:r or Travel team experience preferred
but not required. Eligible pla\clscannot
[ur n 12 before Jul\ 31,2005. For i more in-
forn al iion call I90( 41 237-7293.
Ten Star basketball camp
Applications are now being evaluated
foi dhe Ten Sta All Star Sumimer Basket-
ball Camp.Thecamp is b\ in\itation onl\
and boys and girls 10-19 are eligible to
apply. For more information orfor a free
brocl Iue call 704-373-0873.


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National Baseball association
The National louth Baseball Assoc. is
looking for outdi baseball players between
the age I of 12-20 tobe part of tdeir 20I5 Na-
tional and Inter national touiiarnent team
thri uaC els tc Ohio. lllinois, Sdout C-rolina
anld nman\ more places. Registration will be
accepted on a first come first ser\e basis, f-r'
movie information call 773-264-1040.

Homerun club meeting
Baseball homerun club meetings will be
heldat Ridge\iew\ High School on the second
Monda\ of eterv month at 7 p.m. For mo re
infor iatidon callJackie Simpkinsat 251-51(02.

Bel-Med registration
BNLkA is holding regisu action 6-8 p.m.
Tuesday\ sand Thursdav sand 10a.m.- 2p.m.
Sat urdays for T-Ball $60 baseball t$851.
softball iS,5.1. baseball i$115).cheerlead-
ing $(1200i football i$135i. In addition for
the 20015 football season. BNLLA will offer
"Tin\ Nites" football for children ages 5
and 6. For more ii dfo mauion call 264-1910.

Stetson U basketball camps
Mens basketball c:oachl at 'tetson Unli-
versit\ Deiek W\augh % ll be condctillg
several camps fior bo\ s' basketball pla\e rs.
Indi idual camps on une 26-31i and tju l
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July 14, 2005


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CORRESPONDENT PHOTOS BY TL COCHRAN
Lee Kitchen's, left and David Tagliarini are all smiles after winning the bass tournament


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DOCTORS LAKE Spectators could
hear the celebration going on from the
)pa king lot as Lee Kitchens and his fish-
ing partner David Tagliarini celebrated
their winl at the Thursday's,July 8 edition
of the Working Man's Bass Tournament
at Whitey's Fish Camp.
The victory was the most popular win
in the history of the tournament be-
cause Tagliarini lost his arm to a boat-
ing accident two years ago at this
tournament and "It's been three years
and oner arand we got our limit", said
Tagliarini.
"I couldn't feel better, we've been
working on this all season long and I
caught our biggest fish on the last cast of
the night. Mh buddN Lee was catching a
lot ol fish earl\ in the season and now I'm
doing it, I couldn't ask for a better part-
ner", he added.
In second place were Bubba Brevaldo
andJohn Ray Smith. "We went half way to
Bostwick and wasted our time and came


all the way backand caght them in the
last 45 minutes. We were over by the city
docks whooping and holle ing anid the
people on shore were wondering what we
caught, they wanted me to hold them up
bu) I told them the\ were going in the live
well. I lost a good fish last \ear showing it
off and I \as not doing that again". said
Brevaldo.
We wanted to win, however I'm real-
ly glad that Tagliarini and Kitchens
won, it was something to see Tagliarini
come back after his accident m\ hat's
off to them, they've done good", he
added.
Following closely in third place was
the team of David Lee and Bobby Corn.
"We fished a long time and we finally got
one keeper", saidLee. .
Isaac Ferrell and Dale Montgomery
finished fourth and Don Clark and Allen
Shirley finished fifth to'round out the
money positions.
The big fish of the night went to Don
Clark who grabbed a 5.06-pound bass.
We'll see you next week at Whitey's.


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A very popular win at



Whitey's Fish Camp







July 14, 2005


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FLEMING ISLAND Those looking to sell
their home without having to pay a high
commission can now have that chance
thanks to Gene Guerra and Assist 2 Sell
Sellers and Buyers Realty.
"We try to work together and help the
customer," said Guerra, explaining two
programs through Assist 2 Sell. "We don't
charge a high commission rate and yet we
do everything that a traditional real estate
company does."
According to Guerra, the most popular
program is the "Flat Fee Program".
"We try to do more than the average
agency for less money," said Guerra.
"Think of it this way: if someone sells a
home for $250,000 at six percent with
someone else, they would pay $15,000 in
commission. We only charge $2995 for
homes under $300,000. That's a huge dif-
ference."
That flat fee, says Guerra, could save
customers thousands and unlike other
agencies is not due upfront, but instead
paid only at closing. Under this program,
Assist 2 Sell will advertise the home,
show it by appointment to prospective


'buyers, negotiate the purchase agreement,
help arrange financing, oversee inspec-.
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all for the flat fee of $2995 for homes less


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Another unique quality about Assist 2
Sell is its MLS for less program.
"We do everything for the customer."


,AR F i HUi'J T i TIh l- ,:oF-lItEr a,
Gene Guerra of Assist 2 Sell Buyers and Sellers Realty is putting his Chevy SLR to work helping prospec-
tive clients make the home buying process easy.


said Guerra, who also said that the agency
will list a home in various publications for
four and a half percent commission, com-
pared to "the other guys" whose commis-
sion is considerably larger.
Guerra, who's been in the business for
several years, opened the office on Flem-
ing Island a year ago and is already look-
ing to expand.
"Clay County's just exploding. I can re-
member as a young man. .when Fleming
Island was nothing but woods," said the
Jacksonville native. "We are growing
faster than [ ever expected it to grow."
That growth, says Guerra, is due in
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Beautuilly rrnovaled home. 'ery nice.
v.ith lop of the ine e' erthing Gourmet
kitchen for the true chcf. marble baths.
hard',.od floors. cla'|fo:l nrub upper and
loaer decks in r.ear. 'it loft :,r onus
room. io' many upgrad 1 Io r hli
Priced al onli $320,000
Call Today i904i 213-8661


INTERLACHEN 1785SF. 4 bedroom
home %,th enormcuni gla's Flonda nx'm
oerl.>:ding turningg inect. on Lake Jleel
Pnarie dck. boatr ramp and bulkhead.
EeI ated. nered b.ck deck hat is on ihe aier
Added bonuL, 2 addinonal parces included in
ols pnce $280.000
Call Jeanne Beland-Scholl
19041945-4142


BALDHIN. IMPOSSIBLE TO FIND
Ven rr to find 1222sf 3 bedroom. 75'
brick. le floor and hbdi in 1991. These are
almost impossible to find.
$124,000
Call Keith, Today (904) 213-8677


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GREEN CO\E SPRINGS 3+ acre',
hoi rub. huge bonus room. huge a,:.rk-
shop I:r parking. ik:-rkshop space or
both. Wooden fioc[r.. +++ $249,900
Call Toda3 19041 213-8661


OAKLEAF PL.ANITION
2004 Tonnhiouse. 3 bedrocml3 bath.
1436sf. n>-c.-ckdov.n ceding., te rured ,valls.
ceiling lfan. rec,.ied lighung, wrought iron
t.'.itue. ,:g~'ig pathi. t':'d prep island.
granite counter tops, \cry nice "l a e\-a,
c.tras $139.9)00


CONIMERCIAL LAND FOR SALE.
This is an r\ ellcni I 4 acre lio. ',-ned
CG22 ir CGC. .ilh mgiress and egrr.i
two major roads (Moncrief & Soutel) which
have been upgraded in accordance with the
greater Jacksonville plan. The huge amount
of residential construction in this.area and
the new Walgreens' across the street, assure
that this piece is a steal at $250k.
Call Today (904) 213-8661


HISTORICAL SPRINGFIELD 1584SF,
4 bedroom, 2bath under full renovations to
be Completed before you read this. This
home will be a real beauty and is a steal at
$250,000
Call Keith, Today (904) 213-8677


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(904) 254-2940 $229,900
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you buy or sell ,wth Kevin McDaniel buyerclosing costs
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NORTHSIDE POOL HOME
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I DINING DOUBLE OvEN COUNTER TOP ELEC
TRIC RANGE. AND DISHWASHER GREAT ROOMr,
WITH SLIDIfG GLASS DOORS MASTER ONI 2ND
FLOOR H4A SITTING ROM1.1 THAT COULD BE
USED s' Ar OFFICE ENJ,''Y THE POOL IN YOUR
HuGE BACK 1aRD S-,,JI514 S160.000
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BEDROOM.E3S. DII0GN ROOMEFTr.11L,' ROOr.I
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Ha-, 4 BREAKFAST 64A CLOSET PANTRY' SELF
CLEAPriG ELECTRIC Ar.AGE REFRIGERATOR
WITH ICE T IHF KER L DISPOSAL AND DISHJPASHER
WALL TO ,ALL CARPET CERAP.liC TILE IN THE
KITCHENr ArID BLATHR,'OMS SECLIRiT', SYSTEM
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LEMING ISLAND PLANTATION


Tips for first-time


home buyers

By Lynn Gerlach, Correspondent

Nancy Dunnan, a New York-based fi-
nancial adviser whose advice can be
found at MSN's House & Home site, of-
fers some tips for the first-time buyer.
She recommends working with an agent.
but one who has been carefully selected.
Interview at least three agents, she
says, and get references.
Look at their "activity lists" for the
past year; be sure they have experience
in the area in which you want to live
and the properties in your price range.
Don't go overboard, Durmian advis-
es. Buy what you can afford so that,
after the monthly payment, you can
still enjoy a quality.life.
"Your total monthly debts, including
your mortgage, should not exceed 36
percent of your income before taxes,"
she said
And pick the right mortgage. 'ou
can go directly to a bank, credit union
or mortgage company, or you can use
a mortgage broker's services
Get the same information from sev-
"eral sources so you can compare.
If you don't know about interest rates,
types of mortgages. APR, points and
mortgage insurance, get some advice
from a rusted source before you start.
When you settle on a lender, get a
pre-approval letter immediately, and
lock in your interest rate.
When you find the house of your
dreams, keep it quiel. Don't let-the seller or
seller's agent know you've fallen in love.
Explore the entire neighborhood at
various times to be sure you'll be
happy here.
Then negotiate the price on the
basis of a Comparative Market Analy-
sis, not on the basis of the asking
price.
Finally, insist on contingencies
for borrowing and successful
home inspection.


Current Rates


Conventional


.Origination Discount
V Fee Points
0 ',ear Fixed 5.875 0 + 0
5/1 ARM 5.625 -0 + 0
3/1 ARM ,5.375 114 +-0-


Interest Only 5,1 ARM
ARMs 311 ARM


Jumbo


STUCCO. STORY HOME IN POPULAR
SOUTHERN LINKS. 5BDRM +LOFT,4 BATHS, FR W/
BUILT-IN BOOKCASES & PLANT SHELVES, PLAN-
TATION BLINDS, UPGRADED LIGHT FIXTURES, &
CROWN MOLDING. TILED KITCHEN AND BATHS,
HARDWOOD IN-MAIN LIVING AREAS AND CAR-
PETED BEDROOMS. MASTER BATH HAS GARDEN
TIJB W SEP STALL SHOWER. SCREENED PATIO
W/ BRICK FLOOR OVERLOOKS POND. A+ RATED-
CLAY COUNTY SCHOOLS.! --
2005143 $414,900
MIDDLEBURG


30 Year Fixed


5875 0. 0
5750 112 0

6000 0 i+-


30 Year Fixed 5.750 0 + 0
30 Year Fixed 5.750 0 + 0


All rates are based on, owner occupied
property. Fixed rates are for a 60 day lock
andARMs are.fora50 day lock. Rates are
current as of July 19, 2005 and are
subject to change. Please call for current
rates. Non Comforming Wholesale loans
are also available.
Provided by Guy fynch -
Iesource ,~ N1l0gage
-i ,, ,, ,


Tips for hiring a contractor


Special to Clay Today

Whether you're restoring an old house,
adding a room or two for a growing
family or simply getting new storm
windows, hiring a competent contrac-
tor is crucial for making your home-
improvement venture a success.
But before you hire one, it's a good
idea to do your homework. That way.
you can avoid the pitfalls work left
undone, bad communication. overpay-
Ing. and poor or incomplete work that
could arise if you're not cautious when
you hire a contractor.
A general contractor manages and
oversees all aspects of the project. He
or she orders supplies and pays sup-
pliers, gets building permits and
schedules permit inspections and. de-
pending on the size of the iob, hires
and supervises subcontractors such as
plumbers or electricians. Sometimes
the contractor provides architecture
and design assistance as well.
The first step in finding a good con-
tractor is to ask people you know -
friends, neighbors, relatives and
coworkers for referrals.
Other good places to ask for recom-
mendations are lumberyards, realtors.
the local Better Business Bureau, or
your local county or city building de-
partment that issues permits.
"You can get a feeling for the person
on the phone and, if it goes well, set
up an in-person meeting." said Don
Novak, chairperson of the National As-
sociation of Remodelers' Council.
Whatever you do, don't rush the hir-
ing process.
"Most people are in a hurry, and
that's when they run into trouble.' said
Joan Stephens, chairperson of the Na-
tional Association of the Remodeling
industry. Take the time to interview at
least three candidates, go to see their
place of business, and look at the work
they've done. Speak to their clients and
ask if they were happy vwith the lob.
.Research your people." said
Stephens. "Just because there's a big
ad in the yellow pages doesn r mean
they re good.
Red flags. First impressions count,
including how a person talks, acts and.-
dresses.
"If they don't wipe their feet when
they come to meet you, chances are
they'll tromp through your house, for-
getting they have mud all over their
shoes," said Stephlens.
You want. to hire a person who not
only looks neat and clean but who
drives-a decent vehicle.
"Looking at the truck they drive
will tell you something about what"
their standard is. Trucks should look
good, be clean, and not drip oil,"'
said Stephens
Watch out for contractors who
solicit door-to-door, ask for cash up
front, want payment, for the.entire
job in advance, try to pressure you
into signing a contract using threats
or Intimidation,.or encourage you
to spend money on temporary re-
pairs.


iL-

QUESTIONS TO ASK A PROSPEC-
TIVE CONTRACTOR

1. How long have you been in
business?A well-established company
usually has been in business for at
least fiie years.
2. Are you licensed? Keep in mind
that only 36 states require licensing,
which ranges from a brief registration
to an involved qualification process, so
check with your state's licensing board
or building department to see what the
requirements are.
3. Do you have insurance? All con-
tractors must have insurance in order
to get permits. IPermits are necessary
for even the most simple jobs, like
decks.) If the contractor asks you to
get the permits, it's possible that he or
she is uninsured. Hiring an uninsured
contractor spells disaster. There's a
huge risk that the work won't pass
building Inspections, and you could
be held liable if someone gets hurt on
the job or if your property is damaged.
4. Will subcontractors be used? If
subcontractors will be used on your
project, ask to meet them. Make'sure
they're licensed and insured, if re-
quired by your state.
SThe Contract. All agreements -i-
cluding oral promises should be-put
in writing for your protection. -
"Everything should be spelled out
Very well so that anyone could read
through it and understand what's
going on," said Novak. Key points in-
clude the contractor's name, address,
phone and license number, if re-
quired by your state; a detailed de-
scription of all items to be installed -
the quality, quantity, size, color and
brand names of stoves. appliances,
tiles, and cabinets, for example; a
three-day cancellation period clause,
which is required by law; a work

CONTRACTOR continued on page B-12


THIS GORGEOUS 5 BEDROOM HOrME LEAVES
NOTHING TO BE DESIRED! THIS HOME FEA-
TURES A-TRUE GOURMET KITCHEN WITH CORI-
AN COUNTERS & STAINLESS APPLIANCES,
LARGE LANAI OVERLOOKING PEACEFUL PRE-
SERVE SETTING, DECORATED WITH NEUTRAL
COLORS THROUGHOUT $429,900 #2005106

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Large 4/2 w/niaster down $220.000. Customer friendly Gated Community Over 2,500 SE, 4/2. Great kitchen/family
I,., .utl. 1 1..., i.i. ,r,, i ... I, ,,,: .,T ..... iroiom combo. $220,000. Home Savings Real Estate
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$120,000. Call the Home Savings Real Estate Professionals.
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CLAY COUNTY.REAL' ESTATE


Section B-8


July 1?4, 2005







July 14, 2005


CLAY COUNTY REAL ESTATE Section B-9


Property LISTINGS


Price below appraisal for quick sale.
Brick & block 3/2 on corner lot. Family
room & More. 1504Reb $149,900
WATSON Middleburg 282-5656

Jax South SWMH on 1.70 acres. 3
sheds, beautiful lot, county maintained
rd. 90Blu $68,900 WATSON Middle-
burg 282-5656

Ravines Townhouse. Living & Dining
area. 2 bedrooms upstairs, all appliances
stay. 107Cre $132,900 WATSON Mid-
dleburg 282-5656

4/2 Falcon Run home on almost 4 acres,
pasture electrically fenced, small stall for
horse. 4221Fal $135,000 WATSON
Middleburg 282-5656

DWMH over 1600 sq ft on 1.88 Acres
in Mdbg. Lake cottage on back of prop-
erty all for on $149,900 3681CR2 WAT-
SON Middleburg 282-5656

Maxville Farms. 3/2 DWMH on 5 beau-
tiful acres fully fenced, pond, club house
with electric & water. 6359SUM
$170,000 WATSON Middleburg 282-
5656

Black Creek Waterfront. 2/2 home
screened in balcony off living room.
Bonus rm w/bath 1966RED $217,900
WATSON Middleburg 282-5656

3.2 acres on Black Creek 3,2 home
w/boat house & pier. Barn w/tack rm,
stall & bonus room Fenced in pasture
w/pond 4409FAL $220,000 WATSON
Middleburg 282-5656

2410 Haddington Cr. 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 + beau-
tiful acres. The home has such features
as a large bonus room,fireplace, hot-
tub,fruittrees.rainsoft water system,
large workshop 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

WESTSIDE CHARMER This 3 /2 on a
cul-de sac features split bedrooms, din-
ing room/family room combo ceiling fans
through-out. Kitchen has a breakfast bar,
closet pantry, self cleaning electric range,
refrigerator with ice maker, disposal, and
dishwasher. Wall to wall carpet, ceram-
ic tile in the kitchen and bathrooms. se-
curity system 2005147 $147,500

NORTHSIDE POOL HOME Spacious 4
/ 2 2 story home.Formal living & Din-
ing. Double oven, counter top electric
range, and dishwasher. Great room with
sliding glass doors. Master on 2nd floor
has sitting room that could be used as an
office. Enjoy the pool in your huge back
yard 2005148 $160,000

MIDDLEBURG This cozy 3 /2 on large
lot boast a separate LR, inside utility
room, ceiling fans, walk-in closets and
smoke detectors. Ceramic tile and
wood floors. The electric range, dish-
washer, food prep island. 2 storage
sheds, orange and tangerine trees or the
grape vines in the huge back yard.
2005145 $169,900

Investment Opp FLEMING ISLAND
PLANTATION Almost new brick
home on the 9th hole with custom plan-
tation shutters and built-in shelving.
5BR/5BA for $325,000. MLS #


Whether Buying or Selling the Choice is Yours
You Deserve a Realtor that Knows the Territory and is Willing to Spend
the Time and Effort to Help You Find That Special Home

Constance "Connie" Owen Watson Realty Corp.
Multi-Million Dollar Producer (904)278-4147
Presidents Club Award (904)710-9131
.. connieowen@watsonrealtycorp.com W_,

Call Connie Today, the Right Choice for All Your Real Estate Needs!


When was the last time you
were your own boss?

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246884 Call Judy Fields at Prudential
Network Realty (904) 534-5839.

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 new floor-
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
Wencz@.278-3325 $ 224,900 COLD-
WELL BANKER WALTER WILLIAMS

242460 Immaculate former model in
Oakleaf This 3/2 1782 sq. ft. home of-


En6 Your Pace in te Sun


ALL BRICK IHOMit N LCUL-Ut--SA-
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
MLS #247651 $184,847


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STEP INSIDE AND BE SURPRISED
This home has it all, extra large rooms, vaulted ceilings, beau-
tiful stone fireplace, eat-in kitchen, screened porch, alarm sys-
tem and the appliances stay. Call Michele Adams @ 278-3331
MLS#250244 $141,000


GORGEOUS OAKLEAF HOME
With beautiful ceramic tile leading into the greatroom which
boasts a built-in entertainment center, tile fireplace, crown
moulding enhances the volume ceilings, plantation shutters,
upgraded kitchen cabinets, and much more. Call Michele Adams
278-3331. MLS#249337 $284,500


BEAUTIFUL ALL BRICK
1/2 acre on Fleming Island. Large backyard big enough for a
pool, or just for entertainment A one owner, lovingly main-
tained home. Call Patricia Sherman @ 278-3332.
MLS #249973 $219,847


School of RealEstate


CLASS SCHEDULES

1 Week Daytime starting
August 1st & September 12th

jin t 5 Week Evening starting
SJuly 25th & September 12th


CONCRETE BLOCK HOME
With stucco, tile entry, livindining combo w/ plant shelves. Eat-
in kitchen, w/ breakfast barfamil room w/sliders to patio, fenced
yard, garden master bath, walk-in'shower & huge walk-in cosets.
Call Karen Wentz.@ 278-3325 iILS48064 $ 173,000


Your Perfect Partner


Weekend Session
Starting August 12th


IMMACULATE 7 MONTHS OLD
Shows like a model. Lush landscaping, upgraded tile, separate
living and dining rooms, tile fireplace. Call Karen Wentz @ 278-
3325. MLS #248015 $244,500


1495 Kingsley Avenue
Orange Park, FL 32073
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For More Information Call Beverly: 596-5950
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WALTER W\ILLIAMS (904) 29-9 '/I/ I
I REALTY. IN.IC fpe .


It's closer than you think.


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fers. 42 in. cabinets & cook island, mar-
ble fireplace, garden master bath, cov-
ered 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 298-0401. Home Sav-
ings Real Estate Professionals.

New Construction. Gated community.
Over 2,500 SF, 4/2. Great kitchen/ Fam-
ily Room combo. $220,000. Home
Savings 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 in-
clude an II 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.

Beautiful Home on an Acre- 3 bedroom.
2 bath manufactured home with break-
fast room is in move-in condition and is
fenced completely. Call Bill Zimmer-
man 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 $1 12,000 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 fea-
tures, 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 WAL-
TER 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. #2005116
$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


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Concrete block construction stucco ex-
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much more #2005108 $200,000 Assist
2 Sell 264-4447

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

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 Sell264-4447

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 #2005121
$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 rick 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 Pa-
tricia 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

25 1028 Great investment home, this
home features laminate wood flooring,
indoor laundry, oak cabinets, 2 bed-
rooms converted into one large master,
handicap accessible shower and cov-
ered patio. Roof only 4 years old. Call
Karen Wentz@278-3325 $75,000

250244 Step inside and be surprised.
This home has it all, extra large rooms,
vaulted ceilings, beautiful stone fire-
place, eat-in kitchen, screened porch,
alarm system and the appliances stay.
Call Michele Adams@278-333 I
$141.000

248015 Shows like a model. Immaculate
7 months old, lush landscaping, upgrad-
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tile fireplace! A Must See...Call Karen
Wentz@278-3325 $244,500

249973 Beautiful all brick on almost "2
acre on Fleming Island. Large backyard
big enough for a pool, or just for enter-
taining. A one owner, lovingly maintained
home. Call Patricia Sherman@278-3332
$219,847



Immaculate Eagle Harbor 4/3 Loaded
with extra's; 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
Team 269-7117

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

Cambridge Estates This rare 5/3. with
large corner lot, breakfast nook, wood
floors, and a huge loft area. is presented
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 over-
looking luscious treed space. Call Judy
Fields at Prudential Network Realty at
(904) 534-5839.

Ravines Gated Golf Community 3
bedroom, 3.5 bath in established section
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

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HOLE ON THE BLUE GOLF COURSE.
3 BDRM 2 1/2 BA HOME WITH OVER
2000SF OF LIVING SPACE. WOOD-
BURNING FP CENTRICON 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.

3 Bedroom 3 Bath Brick Home on 4.4
cleared acres fenced & cross fenced,
ready for horses. 3627Jim $299,900
WATSON Middleburg 282-5656

249337 Georgeous Oakleaf home with
beautiful ceramic tile leading into the
greatroom which boasts a built-in en-
tertainment center, tile fireplace, crown
moulding enhances the volume ceilings,
plantation shutters, upgraded kitchen
cabinets, and much more. Call Michele
Adams@278-3331 $284,500



Paradise Waterfront. Spacious 3/3 over
3200 sq ft of elegance. Boat house w/elec-
tric lift & dock. This 2 story home features
waterfront view from screened lanai bal-
cony w/French doors. 4305LAZ
$560,000 WATSON Middleburg 282-5656

1888 Bluebonnet Pace Island Pool Home!
Gorgeous 5/4 with diagonal ceramic tile,
42" cabinets, neutral decor, large walk in
closets and pantry, screened and heated
pool w/ light package and much more.
$394,900. The AK Team 269-7117

OPCC Beauty 4/4 Unique home beautiful-
ly landscaped 2-story. Surround Sound,
Crown molding & Much More 2687COUN
$439,900 Watson Middleburg 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 for
only call Joe Mastellone Prudential Net-
work Realty 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, granit
counter, island, wood floors, upgrades
galore, plus 3 care garage. Call Pebbles
Capes@278-3314 $432,500 COLD-
WELL BANKER WALTER WILLIAMS

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


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EAGLE HARBOR 6BR/4BA w/extended
screened lania overlooking a sparkling
lagoon. Upgrades galore Including 42"
maple cabinets, smooth top range, built-
in micro and recessed lighting in kitchen,
central vac and luxury master suite.
Call Call KAT WETMORE k904) 705-
6023 or JUDY FIELDS (904) 534-5839
w/Prudential Network Realty.

New Homes $450K's Paradise Moor-
ings. Gorgeous homes, fully loaded.
Wendy Hendricks (904)838-3977 KW
First Coast Realty This gorgeous 5 bd.
Home leaves nothing to be desired. A
true gourmet kitchen with corian coun-
ters& stainless appl.Large lani overlook-
ing 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 lagoon
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-cochere, 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 Prudential
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 Realty (9Q4)838-3977

EAGLE HARBOR 5/4 w/screened and
heated pool overlooking private lagoon
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.

FLEMING ISLAND PLANTATION Stucco,
2 story home in popular Southern Links.
5bdrm +loft,4 baths, FRw/ built-in bookcas-
es & plant shelves, plantation blinds, upgrad-
ed light fixtures, & crown molding. Tiled
kitchen and baths, hardwood in main living
areas and carpeted bedrooms. Master bath
has garden tub w/ sep stall shower. Screened
patio w/brick floor overlooks pond. A+ rated
Clay County schools.! 2005143 $414,900

EAGLE HARBOR 5/4 w/screened and
heated pool overlooking private lagoon
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.

EAGLE HARBOR 5BR/3BA w/screened
lania overlooking serene lagoon. PVC
fenced backyard, triple pocket sliding glass
doors, eat-in kitchen, formal dining
w/wood laminate flooring and much more.
Call Judy Fields at Prudential Network Re-
alty at (904) 534-5839. $369,900.

WATERFRONT ON DRS. LAKE near
Eagle Harbor. Grand 2-story home
w/porte-cochere, 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 Prudential Network
Realty at (904) 534-5839. $1,250,000.

EAGLE HARBOR 6BR/4BA w/extended
screened lania overlooking a sparkling lagoon.
Upgrades galore including 42" maple cabinets,
smooth top range, built-in micro and recessed
lightininkitchen, centralvac and luxury mas-
ter suite. Call Call KATWETMORE (904)
705- 6023 orJUDY FIELDS (904) 534-5839
w/Prudential Network Realty. $364,900.00

29477 Eagle Harbor Beauty.! This 5BR 3BA
home has it all. Located on a large lot w/golf
course view, Florida room, bonus room, ex-
tensive moulding, granit counter, island, wood
floors, upgrades galore, plus 3 care garage.
Call Pebbles Capes@278-3314 $432,500


CLAY COUNTY

HOMES

FOR RENT

SPRINGTREE 3/2, $1250 per
month, $1 150 deposit, 1700 sf.,
formal dining and living rooms, fam-
ily room, brand new, never lived in,
2 car garage, no pets, available
today. Discover Property Manage-
ment, Inc. 904-269-1082

FOX HILL FARMS 3/2, $1275 per
month. $1275 deposit, 1700 sf., for-
mal dining and living room, family
room, 2 car garage, no pets allowed,
available today. Discover Property
Management, Inc. 904-269-1082

MALLARD COVE 3/2, $1295 per
month, $1295 deposit, 2141 sf., split
bedroom plan, separate living and
dining room, fireplace. 2 car garage,
fenced backyard, pets allowed,
available today. Discover Property
Management, Inc. 904-269-1082

COBBLESTONE 3/2, $1095 per
month, $1095 deposit, 1876 sf., formal
dining room, fireplace, 2 car garage,
fenced backyard, pets allowed, avail-
able today. Discover Property Man-
agement, Inc. 904-269-1082


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schedule with approximate start and
completion dates: and a payment
schedule.
initial deposits shouldn't be more
than 10 percent of the entire lob The
rest of the payments should be made
periodically during the lob, contingent
on the completion of work you re
happy with. (Usually, there are 5 or 6
payments.) Other important clauses
are a "broom" clause with provisions
for daily cleanup, trash hauling, and
dust control as well as a change order.
A change order a written authoriza-
tion by you to change or add to the work
described in the original contract is
common. But be aware that this often al-
fects the length and cost of the project.
'I you want to change something, stop
all work and get an order right away so
3ou won't waste time or money.
Last but not least is a warranty clause
covering the work, including labor and
materials. You should also ask for writ-
ten warranties offered by manufacturers
of cabinets, appliances, Iixtures, bath-
tubs. sinks and tiles. The average war-
ranty time is 1 year to 18 months.


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ing. of the The Plantation Oaks Athletic-
Center.
The center, which compasses 30 acres,
includes two baseball fields, eight clay
tennis courts, basketball courts, and a
pool area complete with numerous slides
and a sprayground..
The Plantation Oaks Pool, open 10
a.m.-8 p.m. Monday-Saturday and 1-8
p.m. Sunday are closed on Wednesdays
for cleaning. To access the pool, all resi-


dents must have passes and present those
passes before entering.
To kickoff the soccer season, the new
center will play.host to a variety of youth
activities that begin Aug. 19.
Residents will also have the chance to
take in tennis lessons from Tommy Lile.
Non residents may utilize .he facilities
for a yearly fee of $1800.
For more information, visit www.oak-
leafplantation.com or call 406-2206.


The busy broker


By Tisha Cormeny, Staff
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When Connie Owen opens the door to
greet prospective homebuyers, she
brings with her an ambiance of trust
and 5 years of experience.
'I treat each of my customers as it
they are a member of my family," said
Owen, a realtor with Watson Realty in
Fleming Island. "I really like the fact
that I can help people fulfill their dream
of home ownership."
Owen, who possesses a Bachelors of
Science Degree in Education from
Miami University in Ohio, did not al-
ways want to be in the real estate busi-
ness. She began as a high school
teacher, moved on to becoming what
she calls 'Supermom" and then headed
into retail management before finally
resting in real estate.
'"'m constantly on the move," said
Owen. "If you want it done correctly. I
will do it."
Owen is not in the business alone.
Hubby Dick sits down the hall ready to
assist homebuyers as well.
"We've lived in Clay County for 10
years." said Owen, who is the happy
mom of four and granddaughter to one.
"1 like the accessibility to the big city
with the small town feel. I like the fact
that the schools are very good."
So, what makes this busy broker dii-
ferent than all the rest?
"1 happen to be very detail-oriented,"


Connie Owen


said Owen. "I love taking the process
from beginning to closing. From their
sunrise to sunset and all the time in be-
tween, it's really important to have
someone you can trust."
Connie Owen is a broker for Watson
Realty in Fleming Island. She can be
reached at 278-4147.


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Licensed
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Full Time/Part Time
Positions Available
in over 30 busy salons
Reward for Clientele

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experience required. 20 hours
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Experienced
Licensed Stylist
Needed
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904-7034121 I


WAREHOUSE

O Full Time and Part:
Time. Mon-Fri. Fork
Lift Experience.
Pulling & Palletizing
S Orders in Green
K Cove Springs. -
Non-Smoking
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FAX RESUMES TO
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Full Time
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Fax Resume
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ydos (2) para dia
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ATTENDANT
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year experience as.
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Pe nne Reti ement
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S interested call
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personal bills, school, new busi-
ness. $49 Billion left unclaimed
from 2004. Live Operators! 1-
800-856-9591 Ext U81 CPF

ATTN: SHOPPERS needed to
work at retail stores. No experi-
ence required, training provided.
Up To$15/Hour Immediate
openings. Full & part-time.
S1-800-690-1273 CqPF-,

COMPANY EXPANDING in
your area. $1380 Weekly
Guaranteed. Work from home.
No experience. 1-866-402-
5889 CPF

DRIVERS Company Drivers'
Solos Teams Class A/CDL-',
New Pay Package 3-1-05. Make
up to 40 cents/mile & More.
Great Home Time!. Also Owner
Operators Needed! 1-877-882-
6537 EOE Oakley Transport.
Inc. CPF ,

:DRIVERS LCT WANrTS YOU!
Performance Bonus paid quar-
terly. OTR drivers, solos or
teams. 3 months experience &
CDL-A/HAZ required. Full ben-
efits package. 2000-2005
Equipment. Call 1-800-362-
0159, 24 hours. LCTransporla-
tion.com CPF:.

eBay Workers Needed. $$$$
Weekly. Use Your Home Com-
puter/Laptop. No Experience


7PI5
; 5.


rIntenorlE eror Terunn.-
Pre--ure WUjSng
Alil Work Guaipramee
Liceri;e&ilnred
Free-Esumartc
TRI-COUNTRY !
i PRO-PANTER
904-541-0433/.1904-505-3901
Fe9
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Advertise your ads
in Clay Today's
Service Guide!
Call 269-2999
for more
information.


Full Service Inspection Company
Certified Inspector
New Construction Home Inspections
Commercial Building Inspections
Photo Journal w/Every Inspection
Call Before Your New Home Warranty
Runs Out for 11 Month Inspection.
Mortgage & Real Estate Companies Welcome
S Phone: 904-406-2228 Fax: 904-282-7643
or email: constructionsuper()msn.com


S Actor & ,i
Backhoe Servi
MOBii"'' L :,i,'i; -,E : ,~li l T.
i r, iT..j T' i, f iti lal..
El in- t..*, I :, 61 I, H r "

291-1763
HOME
838-8203q
MOBILE..
^:. .. -_ .. : .-


ACE TILE & STONE, LLC
Thomas Hash, Owner
Sales and Inslallation
Friendly and Professional
Free Estimates


(904) 945-4018


Delivery Available
SPackage Installations
Licensed & Insured


r-RLLTYP OF i
HOME REPAIR
Tile Paint Vinyl Siding
Drywall Wood *
Screen Room Repair
& Much More.
30 Years Experience
904-545-5650
L_ Licensed/Insured


First Coast Tile Designs, Inc.

Custom Tile Installation
Ceramic-Porcelain-Stone-Decolrafive ,Art
Showers-Floors-Countertops-Backsplashes


Enhance the beauty and value of
your home and have the satisfaction
of knowing you received the highest
quality work the first time.


(904) 655-9777

"We specialize in getting
the job done right!"


I AAAHD'S Y
& ENDS
"Buildina Your Future'


SERVING CLAY &
SURROUNDING COUNTIES
SAND CLA FILL
TOPSOIL WASHOUT
Call Ronnie Floyd
(904) 449-6362


LOOKING FOR...
Dependable Lawn Care?
Call Lawn Gators Today
For a Free
No Obligation Estimate
904-777-4429
Commercial/Residential
Licensed and Insured


Need Some Dock
Work Done?
DAMAGED DOCKS
Dock Repairs/Expansion
Piling Replacement

631-3064
'Some repairs
are too big, but
few are too small:'


o lllr a. i.-.u r r.,e a,.r and
rrmininancrre r-,OS
* General nsar,,imnar, ierice
* Eniergcr,.:, ser.ic'. I'5 slop
ro-l iea31., Aier ileak. clogei,.1
arabi.; eic
* Carpet and vinyl floors
* Ceramic tile '
* All work.is guaranteed
- Roof repairs
Office (904) 284-5255


Re-Roofs & New Roofs
100% Off All Labor
CALL BRIAN Cell: 904-910-5960 CCC1m326558 /State Certified


*;eiisj -0 oiThhi .-Page Ca 11- 904-2-6-9-2999'
? ..* .- '-',: "".. 7 -* .


Reach Over 100, 000

Readers A Month :

For As Little As

S$40 A Month!


1


Required Call 1-800-693-9398
Ext. 8171 CPF

FEDERAL POSTAL JOBS!. Earn
$12-$48 per hour No Experi-
ence Full Benefits / Paid Train-
ing 1-866-297-7126 ext. 24.
Now Hiring!' CPF

GOVERNMENT JOBS EarnrUp
to $12 to 548/Hour Full Med-
ical/Dental Benefits, Paid
Training Clerical. Administra-
tive, Homeland Security,
Wildlife, Law Enforcement &
Morel 1-800-320-9353 Ext
2005 CPF

HELP WANTED Earn Extra in-
come assembling CD cases at
home. No experience neces-
sary. Start immediately. Call
1-800-267-3944 ext. 117
Swww.easywork-greatpay.com
CPF

Hiring for 2005 PostalPositions *
$16.20-$58.hr. Federal Hire/Full
beneirs No experience neces-
Eary Green Card O.K. 1-866-
329-0801 Exi. 375 CPF

Major Cruise Lines I Jlw Hiring:
Great for summer lois" Musl be
people oriented wc;nr good per--
sonality. Call 866-329-0801 .Ext.
7720 CPF

"Movie Extras' Earn $150-
$300/Day All Looks/Types
Needed No Experience Neces-
sary TV, Music Videos. Com-
mercials, Film, Print. Call Toll
Free 7 Days! 1-800-260-3949
Ext 3005 CPF


:6


Brett 904-208-8739
James 904-338-8327


Jj~ilJ;2005 i


CLAY TODAY CLASSIFIEDS 904-264-0846 ex~t. 138. FAX' .9-0-215-145


Section B-16


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Tulv 14, 2005


**$500.-$100,000.++ FREE -
Cash Grants 20051 ****Never
Repay! Personal/Medical Bills,
School, New Business/Home.
30 million people eligible an-
nually. Almost Everyone quali-
fies! Live Operators!
1-800-681-5732 Ext. 21 CPF

**$600 WEEKLY!!! Processing
HUD/FHA MIP Refunds From
Home. No Experience Neces-
sary! 1-800-423-0944 Ext 183
CPF

$600 WEEKLY Working through
the government part-time. No
Experience. Alot of opportuni-
ties. 1-800-493-3688 Code F92
CPF

1000 ENVELOPES = $7,000.
Receive $7.00 for Every Enve-
lope Stuffed with our Sales Mate-
rials! Guaranteed Free
Information (24 Hrs) Recording
1-800-505-7860 Ext 416 CPF

1000 ENVELOPES = $8000At
Home!' Receive $8 per envelope
stuffed with sales materials!
Free postage & supplies. Written
guarantee! For free info Call 24
Hour Recording: 1-888-884-
4405. CPF

$1,380 WEEKLY Stuffing En-
velopes .No Exp. Necessary
S$50 Cash Hiring Bonus!! Guar-
anteed in Writing!!! Call 1-800-
813-2669 CPF

$1500 WEEKLY INCOME Now
Accepting Applications! PT/FT
No Experience Necessary!
$50 Cash Hiring Bonus Guar-
anteed in Writing 1-888-318-
1638 ext. 101
www.USMailingGroup.com
CPF

$2000 WEEKLY! Mailing 400
brochures! Free supplies &
postage' STan immedialeil. 1.
800-926-9954. Call now for free
Snltormation! CPF

Pets For Sale



Found: Puppy 7-2-05
: Found near Junction 16-
352-359-0829

Pekinese Pups. 1 Male, 1
Female. 9 Weeks Old
904-219-9831/904-284-4231

6 Boxer Pups. 8 Weeks Old
$250Ea
904-282-2118


Appliances



Fridge, Stove, Disnwasner,
Washer & Dryer & Water
Heater All $25-$150 Each
904-695-1412

Musical
Instruments


WANTED MUSICAL INSTRU-
MENTS! Will Pay Cash for Old
Fender, Gibson, Martin Gui-
tars, Any Condition,
Buy/Sell/Trade! Free Ap-
praisals. Honest-Reliable Vin-
tage City Guitars.
1-517-242-4866 CPF


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


Yamaha Piano P22, American-
Walnut, Perfect Maintenance,
Excellent Condition, Asking
$1900. Phone 904-291-3571





Bed: King Size
Mattress Set, New in Plastic
Must Sell $175
904-484-6177.

Chest Freezer $75, Unfin-
ished Claw Foot Tub $400, 2
Mattress & Box Spring Sets
'$50/Ea 904-910-3070 after 4

Double Front Doors, Solid
Wood w/ Hardware, 36 '2" x
80" $90 904-264-9788,

Grandfather Clock, Howard &
Miller, Antique Beige,.Perfect
Condition. Retail $3200, Ask-
ing $995. Phone 291-3571

Queen Size
Mattress Set
Still in Original Plastic
RA- ji Z. 1 ._ O n A-AaA -A~I7


1222, 727-733-9334, toll free, 1-
866-476-0289. www.mattress-
dr.com CPF ,

METAL ROOFING: ALL TYPES.
Discount Pricing! Buy Direct
from Manufacturer. Specializing
in Commercial & Residential.
Twenty (20) colors with all acces-
sories in stock. Quick turn-
around. Save$$$. Call Toll
Free. 1-888-393-0335 CPF

#1 STEEL BUILDING FACTORY
25th ANNIVERSARY! No Gim-
micks, Pressure, or
Leftovers/Canceled Building
Storyl!l Save Huge on Any
Sizell 1-866-858-4794 CPF

2 Diesel Generators: 10.5kw&
5.5kw both Silent type 10.5kw
Cost $7200 sacrifice $3500.
5.5kw cost $3800 take $1900
project got canceled, never
used. Email: usuallyhome- '
days@hotmail.com mobile
877-525-8088 can deliver CPF


MIVIUtSL 90411 -o'617-O I I/

Miscellaneous



Found Bike, Found by The Painting
Timbers around July 4th. Pressure Washing
Please Cali to Identify-
904-215-3425 .
Erickson Paintil
Lots of Stuff! 23-26' Class C Professional Ser
Cover, 5x8 Tonneau, Float 20 Years Experie
Tube, Fins, Pop-up Ground Painting *
Blind, Wind Deflector For Tow *Pressure Washi
Veh, Battery Charger Stucco *
298-3201 Siding Repairs
No $$$ Until.
Mattress Sets Project Comple
Brand New in Plastic, Call 904-238-71!
Queen $125, King $150
Memory Foam $340 484-6177 Roofin

Pressure Washer 2.9 GPM,
2300 PSI, 6 Horse, B & S
Engine $100 904-264-9788
Northway's Roof
A+ POOL HEATERS FACTORY Specializing in Roofs,
DIRECT: Solar, Heat Pump or ot All Kinds. Re-roof
Gas. Complete do-it-yourself New rools We Gel t
pool heater kits. Pnone quotes. Done Right!
installaiion available ir most Insured/Bonded Call
areas 1-800-333-9276. exl. 5011. Cell 904-90-59
www.TrieEnergySuperMar-ei.cc Home 352-473-8,
m Llc #CWCC029795, Insured.
Deler inquiries welcome CPF Tree Services


BestPrice Trailers.com Top Man-
utlaturers. Forest Rivers Work
and Plai Living Ouarters, Horon
Haulers, Interstate, Big Tex;
Aluma, Cargo Scoulir Open arnd
enclosed Cargo and Car
Haulers. Immediate delivery. No
money down' 877-258-1445
.CPF

Discover Waterless Cookware -
W'e slopped doing dinner parties!
i Have some beauhlul new 17-
pc., surgical stainless steel sets!
Retail $2000 1st seven callers
price $3681 1-800-434-4628
CPF

LUMBER LIOUIDATORS
HARDWOOD FLOORING from
.99 CENTS SQ. FT. Exotics,
Oak Bamboo, Prefinished &
Unfinished. Bellawood w/50
year prefinish, plus A Lot
More! We Deliver Anywhere, 5
Florida Locations, 1-800-
FLOORING (356-6746) CPF1

SMEMORYFOAM All TEM--
PUR Onnhopedic NASA Manress-
es, Warranty Cost $1995. must
sell, $399, Queen; $499, King.
All sizes & sets available.
Shipped anywhere!! Best Prices
on Adjustable & Tempur-Pedic
Authorized Dealer. 813-493-


$$ WE BUY TIMBER $$

Logs and Pulpwood 1 acre or larger


DIAMOND TIMBER, INC.

"For a Quality Cut"

Call: Kent Williams


904-282-5552


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vice
nce

ing



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56






ing
Repairs
s and
he Job

Brian
60
4a nJ


MARSHALL HATCHER Apmt[. i
LOGGING For Rent- ,
WE BUY PINE,
CYPRESS & HARD WOOD
(904) 282-2034 OR GOVERNOR SPRINGS
(877 272-0623 APARTMENTS
APRMNTSn


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ResidentiallCommercial
FREE ESTIMATES
13 years experience
All Work Guaranteed *
References, Insured
WALLPAPERING
904-282.4943
+ CLT-0058-2805

Landscaping
Lawn Care

Affordable Lawn Care
Orange ParK'Middleburg Area
Free Estimates
904-210-3971


STEVE'S
LAWN SERVICE
For Your Total Lawn Carc'
Call Now for Your Regularlt,
Scheduled Lawn Care.
*. Mowing Edging
Trimming -. Leaf Removal
e Fertilizing Misc. Work
RESIDENTIAL/COMMERCIAL
FREE ESTIMATES


695-1412
CLT.0016-1204

Miscellaneous |



Will Kill Mold
& Take Away Any Odors for
Free in Your Home or
Business. 904-422-4607


BOBr'S Apartments
STUMP GRINDING IFor Rent
AND TREE SERVICE CLAY SPRINCSAPART
Tree Removal, Tree Trimming, Etc. A CREAT PLACE TO LIVE
FREE ESTIMATES. : BR H-: -N N'.H-'H,: C.:
Call 904-955-3074 '..:. '. :
Licensed &Insured. iiC A-CT
Includes Wornan's-Compensation. VOUCHERS ACCEPT.
*:-ll c- .ni':; TDD/
1 L. ,\ RtTlHtD | ,,, 4i.i ,i-'r. i
.. E: -L : .. O- PPOR


CARS FOR SALE
$5001 Police Impounds. Cars from
$5001 Tax Repos. US Marshall
Sales. C5r, Tru.:i- 3.uV T:-..:.i
Hcrna, r,...v an,, r'rl
For Listings Call 1-800-890-6180
ext. 1002
S5001 POLICE IMPOUNDSI H.:r,, a
Crv, .n JiA.=- T:,,lar 1rsar1 a arn.3
morel Cai Taj.:ui Su S Irjrr-, iC00
For Listings and Information call 1-
888-478-7465 ext C055

EMPLOYMENT
SERVICES
"*ANNOUNCEMENT"
Hiring For 2005 Postal Positionsll
1' 1 .O ni H.u Ur Full Bercits.
.o'lid ir n o, : :ii:on, n j ,pe
-.0cr n-a: O:: r e ,G ,AC.3ra 1OKI 1-


HELP WANTED
Government Jops-'t 1. *-4 r.r F .d
Tralini Full Benefits. Call for iiforma-
,:.n :-, .:urrr. rl>ir..? p:.:.,,'.. ,'
Sr,.':.,l ,i I.al 00-,- -'353 <. 2 I'',
Now Hiring for 2005
S Postal Positions
$17.50- $59.00 +/hr. Full
Benefits/Paid Training and Vacations


AENTS
! 12&3
:i H L%



TTY 711
F.L. ...
TUN ITY


No EtpaE.rir,r.:,. [i,.:.; .ar,, 1 .miJ,0. .
7 P" Fel.r r l rj':
DELIVERY MAIL POSITIONS!
E rrn ,ll.J8,C pir n.:.,r ,ti .
SE i,,lrinC. Full Bai r.-lll, lal,
Training Now Hirihgl Call Now Toll
SFree 1-866-409-2663 ext..08

HOME RENTALS
$0 DOWN HOMES NO RENT fjO
CREDIT\OKI GOVERNMENT FORE-
CLOSED HOMES Low/SO Down! Call
C R PN I.:.i f.800.S236.251 ;(892


HOME SALES
GOVT FORECLOSED HOMES $0 or
low down Tax repos and bankruptcies
HUD,'VA, FHA. Low or no down No
credit OKI For Listings, 1-800-291-
5774 X8577
HOMES FROM $10,0001 1-3.
6c.lr.j0r. hn'.rt.ai ,,llaC.la'
F.:r.,:l.:.:.ure HuDs an.3 r.lorer For
Listings 800-683-6027 ext R220

MISCELLANEOUS '
"AWESOME CAREER"
Government Postal Jobsl '
S. i .:, I `: 00 r .:.ur Enir, Levef
1I1:, ."j-. :- Fl-A u.r, J '
NOW HIlli ] i. i r,, -, ,,a C i
Call 1l.ri .2:', *. .i1,i Wi


"Green Cove Springs" -

Now Accepting Applications.
Rent based on income.
*2 rnd 3 Bedr.:.ori,
S nrtr l HE | .. 'rI
At-.r hen r,- pljIar:e
C.5rop,-r
Call 904-284-7751
Monday Friday
9:00 a.m. to
sgsf .5:00:p.m. S


GREEN COVE SPRINGS
HIGHLAND APARTMENTS
Now Accepting Applications.
Rent based on income.
S1, 2 and 3 Bedrooms.
C .-r-,lr H.- i ". r .I
'. 7 ,* -l,-i l F.,I,. : P ':l :
Carpet .
Call 904-284-7256
Monday Fnday
; 9:00 a.m.
5:00 p.m.




To advertise your
Apts. for Rent!
CALL. a9-2a999


Section B-17


ST. JOHNS-
APARTMENTS
ORANGE PARK
"' "' II,:,.' '.iip lnr, .q 'pl :,h,:ih nr f,,,
1 .. i B-ed,.).Ti "ppartmile,, .i.:h. ,
eq.red CHI ,. 1 allI.. Vl. I 1Carp l.
For more Informationtcall:
S TT [B00] 955-8770
S[804] 272-1448
Monday-Friday 10am-5pm




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

Rooms To Rent



Argyle Rent 1 BR, Kitchen,
Full Bath, $400.mo Kids ok
Pets ok, Move in Now!
: Flexible! 777-1922

ROOMMATES WANTED:
Aspen, Colorado. Free room &-
board for trustworthy persons in
exchange for Housekeeping,
Manicures/Makeup Includes
Jacuzzi, Gym. Phone, Cable, &
Internel. 702-348-4416 Email.
lokRXl homail com CPF


To inquire about placing an ad
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$49 BILLION Left
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785-6360 Ext4 115.
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Cash:fbr Structured
Settlements, Annuities,
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Mortgage Notes & Cash
Flows. J.G.Wentworth
#1..1(800)794-7310..

FINANCIAL
SERVICES
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Neer repay. For
Persorins B1ilI' iHom
buJ ,-.gl S cr...,:ln Pi *
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$5,000-$500,000. Live
SOperators! Call NOWI
1-800-860-2187
SExt #101
$50.000 FREE CASH
GRANrS".....2005!
r.er Repay'! For ,-r-
sonal bills, school, new
c ujiLne FC. required
S49 BILLIOII Ll
unclaimed from 20041
Live Operatorsl 1-800-
785-6360 Ext #65.

HELP
WANTED
*MOVIE EXTRAS"
,a 1t50',2'.:0llDav
AII LiksTyp;P tie-dadl
No experience
Necessary TV, Music
Videos, Commercials,
Film, Print.
Call Toll Free 7 days!
1-800-260-3949
Ext 3504
SECRET SHOPPERS
NEEDED
For Store Evaluations.
Get' Paid To Shop. Local
Stores, Restaurants &
Theaters. Training
Provided, Flexible Hours,
Email Required.
1-800-585-9024
ext. 6262
Online Jobs. eeay
Workers Needed.
Work with us online.
i. W'HI EE KLY'
Use your own computer
or laptop. No experience
necessary. Call Online
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MEDICAL
HEALTHCARE
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w/prescription plan!
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MISCELLANEOUS
$50,000 FREE CASH
SGRANTS""-20051
fl,;.r r For per-
i:',n," i il .:nool, new
business. Fee required
S. $49-BILLION Left
unclaimed from 20041
Live Operatorsl 1-800-
785-6360 Ext #105.
Did you suffer a Heart
Attack, Stroke, Clot or
Heart Surgery while tak-
ing VIOXX, CELEBREX,
or BEXTRA? You may
have a claim worth
$250,000+. Toll-free
1-877-833-0926.

MISCELLANEOUS
FOR SALE
DIRECT 4 ROOM
SYSTEM FREE includ-
ing installation & deliv-
ery. Programming as low
as $29.99 per month.
Disable your cable
today Call for details.
1-800-230-2564 or
www.satellite-con(pec-
tion.com

PERSONALS'
CHRISTIAN DATING &
FRIENDSHIP SERVICE.
Over 100,000 members,
countless relationships,
.& marriages since 1989.
Call for a free informa-
tion package
1-800-437-1931

SPAS
SPA, New,
Must Sell, $1999.
5-Person With Warranty.
Can Finance and '
Deliver. 1-800-980-7727.

STEEL BUILDINGS
ALL STEEL
BUILDINGS.
SUPER SALE
24X30 $4,476.
38X38 $5,984.
48X80 $12,974.
Save Thousands!
Call Joe 1-800-863-9413.


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Section B-18 CLAY TODAY CLASSIFIEDS 904-264-0846 ext. 138 FAX# 904-215-2456 July 14,2005


PENDING
239477 Eagle Harbor Beautyl!
This 5BR 3BA home has it all.
Located on a large lot w/golf
course view, Florida room, bonus
room, extensive moulding, granite
counter, island, wood floors,.
upgrades galore, plus '3 car
garage.
Call Pebbles-Capes
@278-3314 $432,500

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

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

PENDING
247671 Argyle beauty on cul-de-:
-sac with split floor plan, greatroom,
formal dining, brick fireplace, huge
screened lanai with shaded.private,
back yard.
Call.Linda Story
@278-3337 $169,900

249337 Gorgeous Oakleaf home
with beautiful ceramic tile li,.d .
into the greatroom which boasts a
built-in entertainment center, -tile.
fireplace,, crown moulding
enhances It-h ,olume ceilinrg
plantation shutters,' ..pgrad.-d
kitchen cabinets, and much more.
Call MicheJe Adams
@278-3331 $284,500

248015 '.h,: : 3., a i;:.di;l
Immaculate 7 months old, lush
l.i,d .:..air r.g ..if.3ro'J'd d tile, sepa-
ro- I. ig .-. d ,ic-i g rooms, tile
,inpia,:':' t ..n .. e .
Call Karen Wentz
@278-3325 $244,500

251028 Great investment home,
this home features laminate .:.d
flooring, rd:.:., li'idr, .:.jl cabi-
nets, 2 -bedrooms. converted into
one large master, handicap acces-
sible shower and covered patio,
Roof only i eosri old;. -
Call Karen Wentz
@278-3325 $75,000

250244 '.'.,e ,~n~d and kt :.,.*
praised. This home has it all, extra
large rooms, vaulted ceilings,
.beauil;ul l:.,-,e hIepio .:e ci t.; r,
l.,:'he,' *.:rere,',d p,:,.r h a. l r.Ti :
tin ,a.id il'ie opplr,.is :la,,
Call Michell Adams
@278-3331 5141,000

249973 BE.,ni.i all,.brick- n
almost '/2 acre on 'le,,n I rnd
-'jil'Q b.4l ',- rd b;] r;l.i? 'f.: r ij
- Ip,,:,,l ,7,r |lu l h:." 0rl ,. ',.- ,g :,-.,
own'r IL...1;)I T .-,rtired hb ,T, "
Call Patricia Sherman
@278-3332 5219,847

248064 Concrete. block home
w/stucco, tile r ir., ,ni d.n.ng
combo p:.ri shelves, eat-in
kitchen w/breakfast bar, family
room w/sliders to patio, fenced
yard, garden master bath, walk-in-
shower & huge walk-in closets. ..-
Call Karen Wentz
@278-3325 $173,000


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HANDYLMAN'S SPECIAL
Reduced! Built in 1994. 2 on 2 acres has front deck. Horses
welcome: #MLS 228813 $54,500.

BUILDERS & INVESTORS
This property is already surveyed into 5 plots and this is horse
country. Perfect for 5+ acre estate for. a total of 27.56 acres.
Parcels are to be sold in 1-package. MLS# 241709 $325,000.

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
Wooded lot for home or mobile home. MLS #235573 $17,000.

PERFECT FOR THE BUILDER
High dr, properr. 2 93 cie; tr. Ihi count.,ir. M e .Jt-di..,d.
ed fir con ircilon per cuur, iL rd Ljn t-e 4b9dlMdeld ,nl, a,
sma:l I jcre lotb MLS 0..5926 1350.880.


PALM HARBOR HOME
Beautiful 4 .s.jr. -.,Ti. b-ir, *pll ri n m i : d,.. This kitchen is
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and conditioner-14xl6 shed. MLS# 244760 $147,900


AS GOOD AS NEW WITH ACREAGE
3/2 with unfinished bonus room could be office or 4th bedroom,
island kitchen on 13 acres. Very secluded, built in 2001 FLEET-
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looking above ground pool with 12x20 deck, 47x40 garage with
metal roof. Kids will enjoy the tree house with window unitA/C.
MLS# 237271 $269,900.

WHAT A BEAUTY
3/2 1,404 sq. ft. on 1+ acres center island work center in kitchen
with appliances including dishwasher and garbage disposal. This
home features a split plan. with garden tub and double vanity
sinks. Home warranty... MLS#238782 $84,605.

PERFECT FOR THAT
LARGE FAMILY
Very nice double-wide mobile home on 1.10 acres. Home has
been remodeled, loads of space for that large family, Split plan-
large kitchen for the chef of the family, dining room, family
room and living room, bri, ii.fali ar. r. A. C. pJnaiil.,fenced.
MLS# 234160 $74,725.


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Should be 3br/2ba or More
with Covered Porch or Ability
to Add. Priced Under
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Autos
$2000-$50O

'93 Cadillac Fleetwood
Brougham, Dark Blue, Fully
-Loaded, New Tires, Well
Maintained, 105K Miles,
Excellent Condition $4200
904-783-0023

'94 Ford Explorer XLT, 142K
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CLAY TOD)AY CLASSIFIEDS 904-264-0846- ext; 1,38 a FAX# 904-215-2456


Section B-18


Boats


1992 Wellc rah Sportsman. 25
'oot, twin 2000 150 Mercury OUT-
ooards. Cuddy caDin, 2000 trail-
er. Ready to go fishing. Asking
$22,000. Localed in the Ocala
area. 352-347-2016. CPF

Bass Boat, 15 V2 Galvanized
Trailer, Trolling Motor Inc.
$1000 FIRM 904-269-2469
'91 Ganoe, Continental
Trailer, 3.5 Horse Motor
$1200 904-264-9788


ATVs

Yerf-Dog Fun Kart, 6HP, 2
Seater, Blue, $475 OBO
904-282-9884'904-866-8305
'01 Yamaha, V Star 650,
Sharp, Black,.Silver & .
Chrome, 6000 Miles; Excel-
lent Condition, Includes Hel-
met, Cover, Saddle Bags.
Tank Cover, Windshield,
$3000 Firm. 904-707-7555 or
904-282-1150 Lv. Mess.

IAuto Parts &
Accessories

Set of 4 Tires & Rims. 15"
$200 904-264-9788

Autos I
lUnder$2000 -

'96 Ford Thunderbird, Clean,
Runs Great, Cold AC, Red,
V-6, $1500 OBO
904-334-7199

93 NISSAN PATHFINDER Po-
lice Impound' Only $400 Must -
Sell. For listings 1-800-749-
8116, Ext. 4880 CPF

1989 ACURA INTEGRA only
$350L Police Impound! For List-
ings Call 1-800-749-8116, Ext.
7169 CPF


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Julv 14.fl005


CLAY TODAY LEGALS 904-264-3200 X130 FAX# 904-264-3285


Section B-19


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT SEVENTH JUDI-
CIAL CIRlCIT, IN AND FOR CLAYCOUNTY,
FLORIDA, CASE NO:04-1147-CA, DIV. A
WILLIAM CARTER, Plaintiff
vs.
DEBRA LYNN GONCE, Defendant
DEBRA LYNN GONCE, Counterclaimant,
vs.
WILLIAM CARTER, Counterdefendant
NOTICE OF SALE.
PURSUANT TO FS. CHAPTER 45
Notice is given that pursuant to a final judg-
ment dated May 12,-2005 in Case N6. 04-
1147-CA of the Circuit Court of the Fourth
Judicial Circuit in and for Clay County, Florida,
in which William Carter is the Plaintiff/Counter
Defendant and Debra Lynn Gonce is the De-
fendant/Counterclaimant, I will sell to the high-
est and best bidder for cash in the lobby at the.
front door of the Clay County Courthouse in
Green Cove springs, Clay County, Florida AT
10:00 A.M. ON AUGUST 10. 2005. the fol-
lowing described property set forth in the
Order of Final Judgment
LOT TWO (2), BLOCK "B", SECTION ONE
(1), NEILHURST, ACCORDING TO PLAT
THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 2,
PAGE 45, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
CLAY COUNTY; FLORIDA, TOGETHER
WITH 'ALL RIPARIAN AND LITTORAL
RIGHTS THEREUNTO BELONGING.
Dated June 17, 2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Circuit
Court, by: Bcenda Bennett, deputy clerk.
legal no. 4132 published June 23, 30, July
7 and 14,2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,.IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA. CASE NO: 2005-DR-
1296 DIV. E
FREDDIE L. SOLOMON, Petitioner
and
SLESLIE UZOECHI SOLOMON, Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
TO: LESLIE UZOECHI SOLOMON, 11815
Alden Rd., Apt. 1112 Jacksonville, FL..
YOU ARE NOTiFiED irai, a noi;.:e of s.:i;cin
nas Deer, lied againri you anr in ai y,'u are re-
quired to serve a copy of your written-defens-
es, if any, to it on Freddie L. Solomon whose-
address is 2761 Burrodghs Road, Middleburg,
FL 32068 on orbefore August 1 2005. and hie
the original with the clerk of this Court at:
Room 105, 825 N. Orange Ave., Green Cove
Springs. FL 32-1143 before service :on Peti-
i onerr .-r rine.,:l1isl\ irnereaner II ,:'u la4, to
i. 5c. a eillaullm -ay -.e eLnrereo aga.r.il iou
for the relief demanded in the petition.
Copies of all court documents in this case,
r.cluJang orders, are .',aisabe at the Clerk of
"--the Circuit Court's office. You may review
these documents upon request.
You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit-
"',un'- orfie. n.:.|i;ied oIf V)our curre" i addles;
IYou may hiE NoliCe ,oI Currern Adaire.:- Flor,
Oi Supreme Coun Approi.i- e Farnily Law Formr
12.915.) Future papers in-this lawsuit will be
mailed to the address on r-cord ai ihe clerk's
office. .
WARNING: Rule,12.285, Florida Family Law
ules cl Pro.j'edure requires cena;ran auIorr -'-
Ic disclosure or documeris and ,iniormrannr
Failure to0 comply can resiul ,n sar.coions. in'
eluding ld,.,m-ni l Or 1oEirinQ Ci pleaJding q
Daled Seplremoner 04 2003
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk Io ir.e Circuit
Court, by:'Jewel Baskin, deputy clerk.
Legal no. 4137 published June 23. 30, July
7and 14,2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


SIN THE CIRCUIT OF THE 4TH JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, CASE NO: 05-CA-310 DIV B
WASHINGTON MUTUAL BANK, F A. SUC-
SCESSOR IN INTEREST TO HOMESIDE
LENDING, INC., Plaintiff
vs.
JO A. JOHNSON, ei a1 Derienarnil i
NOTICE OFACTIONFORECLOSURE
PROCEEDINGS-PROPERTY
TO: JO A. JOHNSON; CHRISTOPHER MC-
CAULEY
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN, if living, including
ar unkrionr spous-e l. Ire said Defendants,
if either has remarried and if either or both of
said Defendants are dead, their respective un-
known heirs, devisees, grantees, assignees,
crediIors, ieri-rsr and Irusiees and all other
person-, claiming by, irr.-.ugh. underor against
the named Defendant(s); and the aforemen-
tioned named Defendant(s) and such of the
aforementioned unknown Defendants and
such of the aforementioned unknown Defen-
dants as may be infants, incompetents or oth-
erwise not sui juris.
YOU ARE HEREBY .NOTIFIED that an ac-
ti6n has been commenced to foreclose a mort-
gage on the following real property, lying and
being and situated in Clay.county, Florida,
mnore p3nicularlv describedd as lo1lows*
LOT 25. BLOCK 8 BELLAIR UINIT 3 AC-
ORDING TO PLAT THEREOF RECORDED
IN PLAT BOOK 6, PAGES 64 AND 65, OF
THE PUBLIC'RECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY,
FLORIDA. -
more commonly known as 393 BLAIRMORE
BOULEVARD, ORANGE PARK, FL. 32073.
This action has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of your writ-
l-rn defenr-e ran, uprjn SHAPIRO & FISH-
r.1ArJN Anorney I.:.r Pljiailn, whose address is
... Woodland Corporate Center, 4505. Woodland


Corp., Blvd., Suite 100, Tampa, FL 33614,
within thirty (30) days after the first publication
of this notice and file the original with the clerk
of this Court either before service on Plaintiff's
attorney or immediately thereafter; otherwise
a default will be entered against you for the re-
lief demanded in the Complaint.
WITNESS my hand,and seal of this Court on
the 24th day of June, 2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Circuit and County
Courts, by: Amie Herrera, deputy clerk.
legal no. 4158 published July 7 and 14,
2005 In Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JUDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
CLAY COUNTY, GENERAL JURISDICITON
DIVISION,,CASE NO: 2005-348-CA-DIV. B
WACHOVIA BANK, N.A., as Trustee, Plaintiff
vs.
WILLIAM R. BOURGAULT; THE UNKNOWN
HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, AS-
SIGNEES, LIENORS, CREDITORS,
TRUSTEES, OR OTHER CLAIMANTS
CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER, OR
AGAINST WILLIAM R. BOURGAULT; BILL T.
BOURGAULT; MICHAEL BOURGAULT;
THOMAS BOURGAULT; WILLIAM R. BOUR-
GAULTS, JR.; JOHN BOURGAULT; LORRIE
L. CAMERA; DANIEL BOURGAULT; UN-
KNOWN PERSONS) IN POSSESSION OF
THE SUBJECT REAL PROPERTY; IF LIVING,
AND ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING
BY, THROUGH, UNDER AND AGAINST THE
ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANTS) WHO ARE
NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR ALIVE,
WHETHER SAID UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY
CLAIM AN INTERESTS SPOUSES, HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANTEES, OR .OTHER
CLAIMANTS; BIG TREE LAKES PROPERTY
OWNERS' ASSOCIATION, INC.; FORD
MOTOR CREDIT-COMPANY; CAPITAL ONE
BANK, Defendant.
NOTICE FACTION
TO: THE UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, LIENORS, CRED-
ITORS, TRUSTEES OR. OTHER
CLAIMANTS, CLAIMING BY, THROUGH,
UNDER OR AGAINST WILLIAM R. BOUR-
GAULT, DECEASED, WHOSE RESIDENCES
AND LAST KNOWN ADDRESSES ARE UN-
KNOWN.
Bill T. Bourgault if living and all unknown par-
ties claiming by, through, under and against
the above named defendants) who are not
known to be dead or alive, whether said.un-
known parties may claim an interest as spous-
es, heirs, devisees, grantees, or other
claimants whose last known address is:
7679 Silver Sands Road
keystone Heights, FL 32656
Michael Bourgault if living and all unknown
parties claiming by, through, under and against
the.above named defendants) who are not
known io r ,e ,cead or all.e 3vrret6l r id unr,
Kr,o.-/n panic mjy 'lam iir, an inerEl as spous-
es, heirs, devisees, grantees,' or other
.caimants whose last known address is:
7679 SlIer Sands Road
Keystone Heights, FL 32656
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for fore-
closure of mortgage on the following described
property:
LOT 2, BLOCK 32, BIG TREE LAKES SUB-
DIVISION, UNIT B, ACCORDING TO PLAT
THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK
12, PAGES-1-9, INCLUSIVE, OF THE PUB-
LIC RECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY, FLORI-
DA, TOGETHER WITH A MOBILE HOME,
VIN#.. GAFLJ34A09490SH AND VIN#
GAFLJ34B09490SH.
has been filed against you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your written defens-
es, if any, to it on JEFFREY S. SANDLER,
Attorney for the Plaintiff, whose address is:
Codilis & Stawiarski, P.A.. -
4010 Boy Scout Boulevard, Suite 450
Tampa,'FL 33607
on or before thirty days from the date of the
first publication of this notice and file the orig-
inal with the Clerk of this Court either before
service on Plaintiff's attorney or immediately
thereafter; otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded in the
complaint.
NOTE: Pursuant to the Fair Detar C:,lieciion
Practices Act you are advised that this law firm
is deemed to be a debt collector attempting to
collect a debt and any information obtained will
be use t'O Ir al purlp''J .
WITNESS my hand and the seal of said
Court on June 24,-2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Court,
by; Amie Herrera, deputy clerk.
CODILIS & STAWIARSKI, P.A.
4010 Boy Scout Boulevard, Suite 450
Tampa, FL 33607
(813) 877-6008
C&S 10-05-1019
legal no. 4160 published July 7 and 14,
2005 In Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper.


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 FACTION
BY PUBLICATION
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
TO: Angel Noblitt, Mother
Last Known address:
Charley White !V, Father
Last Known Address:
6968 Pear Lake Road
Keystone Heights, Florida 32656
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Peti-
tion has been filed in the above-styled Court
by the FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF CHIL-


DREN AND FACILITIES for termination of
parental rights and permanent commitment for
subsequent adoption of the above named child
who was borh on April 4, 2003, at Clay Coun-
ty, Florida. You are hereby commanded to ap-
pear 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 ard time specified.
FAILURE TO PERSONALLY APPEAR AT
THIS ADVISORY HEARING CONSTITUTES
CONSENT TO 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 PE-
TITION ATTACHED TO THIS NOTICE.
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 DEPART-
MENT 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.


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-
SUMMONS AND NOTICE FACTION
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'Peti-
tion has been filed in the above-styled Court
by the FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF CHIL-
DREN AND FAMILITIES for termination of :
parental rights and permanent commitment for
subsequent adoption of the above named child.
who was born on May 28; 1990, at Tarimoro,
Guanajuato; Mexico. You are hereby com-
manded to appear before the Honorable
William A. W;ilike. ai the Clay County Court-
nouse Courir.c.m 4. 825 II Orange Ave.,
Green Cove Springs, Florida at the hour of
10:00 a.m. on July 20,2005 A.D. You must ap-
pear at the hearing on the date and time spec-
ified.
FAILURE TO. PERSONALLY APPEAR AT
THIS ADviSOR' HEARING CONSTITuTES
CONSENT TO THE TERM1INATIOII OF
PARENTAL RIGHTS TO THIS CHILD IF i'OU
FAIL TO APPEAR Or THE DATE AriD Ti..1E
SPECIFIED YOU MAY LOSE ALL LEGAL
RIGHTS-TO THE CHILD NAMED IN THE PE-
TITIOlI ATTACHED TO THIS NOTICE.
Inciivdaual wi dir, iiao'liiii 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 DEPART-
MENT 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 Hearing
Magnolia West Community Development
District

The Board of Supervisors of the Magnolia
West Community Development District will
hold a public hearing on August 3, 2005 at
.3:00 P.M. at the Orange Park Inn, in the St.
John's Room, 150 Park Avenue (1-295 at
U.S.17), Orange Park, Florida, for the purpose
of hearing comments and objections on the
adoption of the budgets) for the operation and
maintenance of District facilities for the Fiscal
Year 2006. In addition, the Board will hear
public comment and objections relative to the
levy of a non ad valorem assessment pursuant
to Florida Law for the purpose of funding op-
erations and maintenance and principal and
interest expenses of the District. The
District may also fund various facilities through
the collection of certain rates, fees and
charges, which are identified within the budg-.
et(s). Acopy.of the budgets) maybe obtained
at the offices of the District Manager, 210 N.
University Drive, Suite 800, Coral Springs,
Florida, 33071 during normal business hours.
The Board will also consider any other busi-
ness, which may properly come
before it. The meeting is open to the public
and will be conducted in accordance with the
provisions of Florida Law for Community De-
velopment Districts. The meeting may be con-
tinued toa date, .time,. and .place, to .be


spe.:ihed on ine record ar ie meeting
Trhere may be OCCasiC.cns naen one )r more.
Supervisors will participaie Dy
telephone. At the above location there will be
preseni a speaker telephone ;c. that any inter-
eSled person can anernd ine meeir.ng al Ihe
aoj).e location ana be luli, i orrrmed f the dis-
cussions taking, place either in person or by
lelepnone commrunicalion
Anv person requiring special acc,:omrnmi'daalion
al this mreeinrg because ol a isabiriTly or prlhy-
Cal impairmer-I nould co:nlac: Iin Di.irici Or-
fiee at (954) 753-0380 at least five calendar
ravs prior lo ine meeting
Eacr person wr.o decides 10 appeal any de
cision made by the Board with
respect to any manner conr.idered at ine meel-
ing is advised irial person will
Sneed a record ol the proceedings and tra ac-
cordingly, the person may rieed,
to ensure that a verbatim record of the pro-
ceed;ngs is made. including the
testimony and evidence upon which such,ap-
' peal ;is t be based
George Flirt
Manager.
legal no. 4166 published July 14 and 21,
2005 In Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR CLAY COUNTY, CIVIL
ACTION, CASE NO: 05-CA-367-A .
GREEN TREE SERVICING, LLC., Plaintiff
vs.
ROBERTA. MARTINI, SOPHIE D. MARTINI;
BAPTIST/ST. VINCENT'S HEALTH SYSTEM,
INC., a corporation,.d/b/a BAPTIST MEDICAL
CENTER; JOHN DOE AND JANE DOE, Un-
known Tenant(s), Defendant(s)
NOTICE OFSALE
PURSUANT TO FS. CHAPTER 45
SNOTICE IS GIVEN that pursuant to a Final
Judgment of Foreclosure, dated June 27,
2005, in.the above-styled cause, I will sell to
the highest and best bidder for cash in the
front entrance of the ClayCounty Courthouse,
825 N. Orange-Avenue; Green Cove Springs,
Florida AT 10:00A.M. ON THE 28TH DAY OF
JULY. 2005 the following described real and
personal property:
EXHIBIT "A"
A TRACT OF LANDS SITUATED IN THE
NORTH ONE-HALF OF SECTION 33,-TOWN-
SHIP 7 SOUTH,. RANGE 24 EAST, CLAY
COUNTY,-FLORIDA; SAID TRACT BEING
MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS
FOLLOWS:
COMMENCE AT A-CONCRETE MONU-
MENT AT THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF
SAID SECTIONr 33 ArD Ru IIORTH 89 DE-
GREES 54 MINUTES 27 SECONDS EAST.
ALONG THE NORTH LINE OF SECTION 34,
TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 24 EAST,
34c 51 FEET TO THE CErlTERLIIIE OF AO60
FOOT EASEMIENT FOR UTILITIES AND
GENERAL ROAD PURPOSES, THENCE
RUN SOUTH 00 DEGREES 48 MINUTES 01
SECONDS EAST, ALONG SAID CENTER--
LINE 460.87 FEETTO THE CENTERLINE OF-
A 60 FOOT EASEMENT FOR UTILITIES AND
GENERAL ROAD PURPOSES; THENCE
RUN NORTH 85 DEGREES 53 MINUTES 35
SECONDS WEST ALONG SAID CENTER-
LiNE 1-16 94 FEET THEICE RUN NORTH
86 DEGREES 07 MINUTES 13 SECONDS
WEST, ALONG SAID CENTERLINE 698.94
FEET TO THE CENTERLINE OF.A 60 FOOT
EASElENTT FOR UTILITIES AND GENERAL
ROAD PURPOSES. THENCE RUN SOUTH
00 DEGREES 36 MINUTES 52 SECONDS
WEST ALONG SAID CENTERLINE, 1851.66
FEET; THENCE RUN SOUTH 89 DEGREES
49 MINUTES 39 SECONDS WEST ALONG
SAID CENTERLINE 2166.86 FEET; THENCE
RUN NORTH 00 DEGREES 36 MINUTES 52
SECONDS EAST, ALONG SAID CENTER-
LINE, 759.58 FEET TO:THE POINT OF BE--
GINNING; THENCE CONTINUE NORTH 00
DEGREES. 36 MINUTES 52 SECONDS-
EAST, ALONG SAID CENTERLINE, 201.05
FEET, THENCE RUN SOUTH 89 DEGREES
23 MINUTES 08 SECONDS EAST; 1083.33
FEET; THENCE RUN NORTH 89 DEGREES
23 MINUTES 52 SECONDS WEST, 201.05
FEET; THENCE RUN NORTH 89 DEGREES
23 MINUTES 08 SECONDS WEST, 1083.33
FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
SUBJECT TO AN EASEMENT FOR UTILI-
TIES AND GENERAL ROAD PURPOSES
ACROSS THE WEST 30 FEET OF THE
ABOVE DESCRIBED LANDS.
TOGETHER WITH THAT CERTAIN MANU-
FACTURED HOME MORE SPECIFICALLY
DESCRIBED AS: 1998 JACOBSEN WITH SE-
RIAL NUMBER: JACFL19383 A& B.
Dated this 27th day of June, 2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of Court, by:
Brenda Bennett, deputy clerk.
Donnelly & Russo, P.A.
3708 W. Euclid Ave
Tampa, FL 33629
(813) 832-9790
legal no. 4170 published July 7 and 14,
2005 in Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTH JUDI-
ICAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY COUNTY,
FLORIDA, CASE NO: 05-621-CA, DIV. E
HOME AGAIN RESTORATIONS, L.L.C.,
Plaintiff
vs.
AMANDA F: ERWIN, Defendant
NOTICE FACTION
TO: Last Known Address
Amanda F. Erwin.
7901 Honeydew Circle
Melrose, Florida 32666
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to
Foreclose to the real property as legally de-
,scribed as:: .- , .. ... .


j yE XHB,ITA -


EXHIBIT. -
THAT CERTAIN PIECE. PARCELOR TRACT
OF LAND SITUATE. L'ING AND BEING IN
SECTION31, TOWNSHIP 8 SOUTH, RANGE
24 EAST, CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA, BEING-
MORE. PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS
FOLLOWS:
COMMENCING-AT THE NORTHEAST COR-
NER OF THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF
THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION-
31. TOWRISHIP 8 SOUTH RANGE 24 EAST,
CLAY COUNTY FLORIDA. RUII SOUTH
89948'35" WEST, 150 FEET. MORE OR LESS
TO A CONCRETE MONUMENT, THENCE
SOUTH 158 52 FEET TO A CONCRETE
MONUMENT THEIICE SOUTH 70"05'00"
-WEST 87 2 FEET MORE OR LESS TO A
CONCRETE MONUMENT. THENCE SOUTH
26925'00" WEST, 130.90 FEET TO A CON-
CRETE MONUMENT, THENCE SOUTH
2938'00" WEST, 144.6 FEET TO AN IRON
PIPE; FOR A POINT OF BEGINNING, CON-
T1NUE 39 FEET TO A CONCRETE MONU-
MENT, THENCE SOUTH 16945'00" EAST, 42
FEET TO AN IRON PIPE, THENCE SOUTH
89947'00" WEST, 158.7.FEET TO AN IRON
PIPE, THENCE NORTH 7214'00" WEST, 80.5
FEET TO A CONCRETE MONUMENT,
THENCE NORTH 89 4700' EAST, A DIS-
TANCE OF 154.50 FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING, ALSO KNOWN AS LOT 8,
BLOCK 2 OF A urRECORDED SURVEY B'i
ROY L WATKINS REGISTERED SURE' >
OR, DATED DECEMBER.20, 1971.
has been filed against you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your written defens-
es, if any,.to it on THOMAS C. SANTORO,
ESQUIRE, Plaintiff's attorney, whose address
is 1700 Wells Road, Ste.5, Orange Park, Flori-
da 32073, on or before August8, 2005, and file
the original with the clerk of'this court either.
before service on Plaintiffs' attorney orimme-
diately thereafter; otherwise, a default will be
entered against you for the relief demanded in
the complaint or.petition.
Dated on June 28, 2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Circuit
Court, by: Amie Herrera, deputy clerk.
legal no. 4172 published July 7 and 14,
2005 in Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper,


IN THE CIRCUIT OF THE 4TH JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, CASE NO: 05-CA-99, DIV. B
THE BANK OF NEW YORK, AS TRUSTEE,
PURSUANT TO THE TERMS OF THAT CER-
TAII POOLING AND SERVICIIIG AGREE-
MENIT DATED AS OF MARCH 1 1999.
RELATED TO METROPOLITAN ASSET
:FUNDING, INC., II MORTGAGE PASS-
THROUGH CERTIFICATES, SERIES 1999-A,
Plaintiff
vs.
LYNN W. ORMOND; UNKNOWN PARTIES IN
POSSESSION il UNKNOWN PARTIES.IN,
POSSESSION 12 IF LIVING, AND ALL UN-
KNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER AND AGAINST THE
ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANTS) WHO ARE
NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR ALIVE,
WHETHER SAID UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY
CLAIMAN INTERESTS SPOUSES, HEIRS,
DEVISEES; GRANTEES, OR OTHER
CLAIMANTS Detendlarniisi
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to an
SOrder of Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated
June 27, 2005, entered in Civil Case No. 05-
CA-99 of the Circuit Court of the 4th Judicial
Circuit in and for Clay County, Florida, where-
in THE BANK OF NEW YORK, AS TRUSTEE,
PURSUANT TO THE TERMS OF THAT CER-
TAIN POOLING AND SERVICING AGREE-
MENT DATED AS OF MARCH 1, 1999,
RELATED TO METROPOLITAN ASSET
-FUNDING, INC., II MORTGAGE PASS-
THROUGH CERTIFICATES, SERIES 1999-A,
SPlaintiff and LYNN W. ORMOND 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 NORTH ORANGE AVENUE, GREEN
COVE SPRINGS, CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA
AT 10:00 A.M. ON JULY 26, 2005 the follow-
ing described property as set forth in said Final
Judgment, to-wit:
LOT 7, BLOCK 19, HIGHRIDGE ESTATES,
ACCORDING TO PLATTHEREOF RECORD-
ED IN PLAT BOOK 8, PAGES 38 THROUGH
44 INCLUSIVE, OF THE PUBLIC.
RECORDSS OF CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH A DISABILI-
TY WHO NEEDS ANYACCOMMODATION 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 OF YOUR RECEIPT OF THIS NOTICE
OF SALE: IF YOU ARE HEARING IMPAIRED
CALL: 1-800-955-8771; IF YOU ARE VOICE
IMPAIRED-CALL: 1-800-955-8770.
Dated at Green Cove Springs, Florida.this 27th
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 CORPORATE CENTER
4505 WOODLAND CORP. BLVD.,
SUITE 100
TAMPA, FLORIDA 33614
(81'3).880-8888
05-66024T.
legal no. 417.4rpubllshed July 7 and 14,
2005 in Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper.


.... ..RUBLICSALE, < .








Section B-20


CLAY TODAY LEGALS 904-264-3200 X130 FAX# 904-264-3285


July 14, 2005


In accordance wilh Ire provsons 01 Slale
Law, there being due and unpaia charges fol
which the undersigned is entitled to satisfy an
owner's lien of the goods hereinafter described
and stored at Uncle Bob's Self-Storage locat-
ed at: Store #67, 918 Blanding Blvd., Orange
-Park, FL 32065 (904) 272-3705 and, dueoio-
tice having been given, to the owner of said
property and all parties known to claim an in-
terest therein; and the time specified in such
notice for payment of such having expired, the
goods will be sold at public auction at the
above state address to the highest bidder or
otherwise disposed of on Monday, July 25,
2005, at 1:00 p.m.
LAURATEEHAN, household goods, boxes.
ASHLEY'LEWTER, household goods, furni-
ture, boxes.
KELLY GLOVER, household goods, furniture,
boxes.
JAMES SOUTHEY, household goods; furrii-
ture.
RITA LOCKWOOD, household goods, furni-
ture, boxes.
LISA STINSON, household goods.
JIMMY ROBERTSON, household goods, fur-
niture, boxes.
ASHLEY WOOLARD, household goods, furni-
ture, boxes.
Auctioneer JERRY DUNCAN, Florida License
#AU527.
legal no. 4175 published July 7 and 14,
2005 in Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND
FOR CLAY COUNTY GENERAL .URISDIC.
TION DIVISIOIJ CASE NO 10-2003-CA-
1066-AXXX-XX, DIV. A
CHASE MANHATTAN MORTGAGE CORPO-
RATION F/K/A CHEMICAL RESIDEIjTIAL
MORTGAGE CORPORATION. Pianri
vs.
HENRY W. BELK, et al., Defendant(s)
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
-NOTICE IS HEREB' GIVEN purujlr.i lo an
Order Rescheduling For-,:lo-jre Sale dated
June 27, 2005, and a Fin.l JuagiTienri ol Fore-
closure dated March 30, 2004, and entered in
Case No.10-2003-CA-l(rE.t.A.',XX-X2 Di.. A
of the Circuit Court of the Fourth Judicial Cir-
cuit in and for Clay County, Fionar warerern
CHASE IAArlHATTArj I.1ORTGAGE CORPO-,
RATION FKA CHEMICAL RESIDENTIAL
MORTGAGE CORPORATIONt ,P Pla.nirh ano
HEIR'' W BELK el al are Deleriani-.. I will
eii to ir e r rlnrei and t.-.i. biddJer ifr cari oul-
..de ire Courihouce. in Green Cove Springs
CLAY C-ur.ij, Florida, AT 10:00 A.M. ON THE
28TH DAY OF JULY 2005. the following de-
rr.- lbd prl.penvrt as r e f:irir, in a;,a Final Judg.
menu, to wi:
SCHEDULE
A PARCEL OF LAND SITUATED IN THE
I" ORTH OtJE-H4LF OF SECTION 16, TOVVIIW
SHIP 6 SOUTH, RANGE 23 EAST; CLAY,
COUNTY, FLORIDA SAID PARCEL BEING
MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS
FOLLOWS
COMMENICE AT THE MOST WESTERLY
CORNER OF FARMS LOT 12 OF DEER
SPRINGS FARMS AS PER PLATTHEREOF
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 13, PAGE 31,.
OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF CLAY
COUNTY. FLORIDA AND RUrl N 51 DE-
GREES 26 MINUTES 00 SECONDS W
ALONG THE NORTHEASTERLY RIGHT OF
SWAY LINE OF PIPE LINE ROAD 1200 00
FEET TO A CONCRETE MONUMENT
THENCE CONTINUE FI 51 DEGREES 26
MINUTES 0:0 SECONDS W. ALONG SAID
NORTHEASTERLY RIGHT OF WAY LIIlE
150 00 FEET TO POINT OF BEGiIIIIIIIG
THENCE CONTIfJUE NORTH 51 DEGREES
26 MINUTES 0C SECONDS WEST 150 00 TO
STHE CENTERLiflE OF A J4.FOOT EASE-
MEIIT FOR UTILITIES AND GENERAL
ROAD PURPOSES. THENJCE RUN rN 38
DEGREES ?4 MIJuITES 00 SECONDS
EAST ALONG SAID CEiNTERLIIE 300 00
FEET. THENCE RIJN S 51 DEGREES 26
MIlJUTES 00 SECONDS E. 150 00 FEET TO
AN IRON PIPE;:THENCE RUN S. 38.DE-
GREES 34 MINUTES 10 SECONDS W
S 00 100 FEET TO THE POINrT OF BEGINI-
NING.
Descriplior, veril.e ra.'s
SUBJECT TO CONVENANTS ArND RE-
STRICTIONS RECORDED Ii 0 R BOOK
449 PAGE 285. PUBLIC RECORDS OF
CLAY COUNTY. FLORIDA
a Ka 7219 Raeign Road. Keyvsone Heights,
Florida 32656
Daled tirs 28lh day of June 2005.
ISEALI JAMES B JETT CleIr ofl .aid Court,
S y. Ann L Garrisorn oepuly clerk
FABER 6 GITLTZ. PA.
9830 S W 77ih Acenue
S M;ami Florlda 33156
S130566,2-4110
legal no. 4176 published July 7 and 14,
2005 in Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF.
'FLORIDA; IN AND FOR.:CLAY COUNTY,
CIVIL DIVISION, CASE NO 05-467 CA
GREEN TREE SERVICING LLC, F/K/A.CON-
SECO FINANCE SERVICING CORP..Plaintiff
vs.
MICHAEL D. CONILEY: THE LUNKNIOWi
SPOUSE .OF MICHAEL D. CONLEY.
SJACQUELINE A. COLEE, IF LIVING, IN-
CLUDING ANY UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF SAID
DEFENDANTSS. IF REMARRIED. AND IF DE-
CEASED. THE RESPECTIVE UNIKNOWNI
HEIRS DEVISEES GRANTEES AS-
SIGNJEES. CREDITORS LIEflORS. AND
TRUSTEES, AND ALL OTHER PERSOrNS
CLAIMING BY THROUGH UNDER OR
AGAINST THE NAMED DEFENDANTS UN.


KtC.,WN TElNANIT 1n UNKNOWN TENJANIT
. 2, Delenlarnl(s
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that; pursuant to a
Final Summary Judgment of Forelsur enr.-
tered in the above-styled cause n iner Circuri
Court of Clay County, Flor.da I iil setl men
property situate in Clay Counliy FIl.ra, ,e--
scribed as:
.LOT ?2. BLOCK :4l BIG TREE LAKES, EC-
TIONr A ACCORDCIrG TO THE MAP OR PLAT
'THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK
11, PAGE 54-61, OF THE.PUBLIC RECORDS
OF CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA.,
To include a: -
2002 MERI MOBILE HOME; VIN FLHML-
CF166925654A AND TITLE s~53-. 768
2002 MERI MOBILE HOME VIN FLHML-
-CF166925654B AND TITLE#853477O90
.a/..,a 5590 ACADIA STREET, KEYSTONE
HEIGHTS, FL. 32656
at public sale. AT 10:00 A.M..or as soon
r.erieaher as canr be done, to Ine hignhesi btd-
der, or bidders, for cash pn the front steps of
the Clay County Courthouse, Green Cove
Springs, Florida on the 29TH DAY OF.JULY,
2005.
Daled min, 281n day 1 iJune 2[005
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of ire Cirjicu
Coun. Dy Diane Pierce. depulv clerk
Tre law on..:: ol Daniel C Cron-.uegra
9204 King Palm Drve
Tampa; FL 33619-1328
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
In accordance with the Amercan.r Win DI
abilities Act of 1990, persons needing a spe-
S ioal accimmn-odallOri 1 parltrpaie in iris
lr.:ocedrrii :rhuid contact irn ASA CooJrd, a-
Qr rr no liEr man -even i'i das prinor i. Ire
pro.,ce:.dngs, it hearing impaired. please :Call
(800) 955-9771 (TDD) 955-8770 (voice), via
Florida Relay Service..
legal no. 4177 published July 7 and 14,
2005 in Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH
JUDICIALCIRCUIT -
IN AND FOR CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION
3SSTEMS IrC, AS NOMINEE FOR EVER-.
HOME MORTGAGE COMPANY F K.A AL-
LIANCE MORTGAGE COMPANY
Plaintiff,
CASE NO.2005G180 CA .
vs..
DIVISION B

EUNICE A. CREWS, et al,
Defendantss.

NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBi GIVErl pur-
s.Sani to a Final Judgmrenri i Mo:rtgage Fore-
: cic.'ur ,: iied lunee 2.7 200 anril ienr red Iri.
Case rO 2005-180-C A c Ine Crrcuil Courn cl
Ir.e FOURTH Juaicial Circuil n and ror CLAY
County, Florida wherein MORTGAGE ELEC-
TRONIC REGISTRATIOIr SYSTEMS, I1JC .
AS NJOMIllEE FOR EVERHOME MORT.
GAGE COMPANY F.K/A ALLIANCE MORT-.
GAGE COMPAIY is ine Pla.rilrn and EUrICE
A CREWS ANIY A D ALL UNKNOWN PAR-
TIES CLAIMING BY. THROUGH. UNDER.
AND AGAINST THE HEREIN NAMED IfJDI-
VIDUAL DEFENDArITIS) WHO ARE NOT
KIJOW1 TO BE DEAD OR ALIVE. WHETHER
SAID UNJKIJOWI PARTIES MAY CLAIM All
IIjTEREST AS SPOUSES HEIRS DE.
VISEES. GRANTEES OR OTHER CLAMANI:
TErJANrT t II K.'A JOYCE ROLLIIS are ine
SDeilrnoanrs. I aw;ll s.'-l hi Inre hign-.l and be.lI
;ddaer tor casn a FRONT DOOR OF THE
CLAY COUNTY COURTHOUSE GREEN
COVE SPRirIGS FLORIDA at 10:00AM, on
the 25TH DAY OF JULY. 2005, ne loiluo.rgn
Sde'icried property as; set n in r, said Final
Judgmeri
THE EASTERLY OIIE-HALF OF THE
SNORTHERLY 290 FEET OF TRACT 5-C. LIT-
TLE LAKE GEnJEVA AMEIliDED PLAT 4A
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 6 PAGE 54 OF
STHE PUBLIC RECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY,
FLORIDA TOGETHER WITH A MOBILE
HOME LOCATED THEREON AS A PERMA-
IIENIT FIXTURE AIID APPURTENANICE
THERETO AS A DOUBLEWIDE 1986 ARABI
: A WITH SERIAL IlUMBERS 1596A AND
1596E ArID TITLE rJUMBERS 45020721 AJCD
50534099 AND REAL PROPERTY NJuM
SBERS R0346890 AND R0343l.688

SA'K'A 7259 Morning Glon/ Lane. Keyslorne
SHegnrls. FL 326.56
SWITIJESS MIY -HAND and, ihe se.a of this
Court-on June 28, 2005
(SEAL) James B. Jenl Clerk ol ine Circuil
Couun by. Debra M Beyterie Depury Clerk
Echnevarra & Aszooalie., P.A.
P.O Box 25018
Tampa Florida 33622-5018 .
F0500238
AMC- SPECFHLMC ..R--.cselph
legal no. 4179 published July 7 and 14,
2005 in Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA-
CIVIL ACTION
MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION
S STEMS INC AS NOMINEE FOR
GREATER ATLANTIC MORTCGA'E CORPO-
RATION,
Plaintiff, ,

CASE NO. 2005-312-CA :
vs.

DIVISION B .


TIMOTHY KEEN ie al
Delendcanfs)

NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur.
suant to a Final Judgment of Mortgage Fore-
closure dated June 27, 2005 and entered in
Case NO. 2005-312-CA of the, Circuit Court of
the FOURTH Judicial Circuit in and for CLAY
County Floria w i.reinr MORTGAGE ELEC-
TROIIIC REGISTRATION SY',STEMS. IIIC
AS IOMrIIEE FOR GREATER ATLANJTIC
MORTGAGE CORPORATIOIJ ., me Pia.ri,
anc T mothH'' KEEII All'' rllD ALL J1r1-
KNOWN -PARTIES CLAIMING -BY,.
THROUGH I UDER. AND AGAINST THE
HEREIN IHAMIED INDIVIDUAL DEFEN-
DANT(S) WHO ARE rJOT KIIOWI TO BE
.DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID UN-
KNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN INTER-
EST AS SPOUSES, HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, OR OTHER CLAIMAN; are
the Defendants, I will sell io mre rnghesr ana
best bidder for cash at FRONT DOOR OF
THE CLAY COUNTY COURTHOUSE.
GREEN COVE SPRINGS. FLORIDA al
10:00AM. oithe 27TH DAY OF JULY. 2005;
'ne Ioill.,wing de.cribedi proipenrt a' sei i:.rnh in
a.lJ Final Judagmeni
LOT 20, ORANGE PARK SOUTH UNIT 14,
ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF AS
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 28. PAGES 68
THROUGH 72, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS
OF CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA.
A/KA 2212 ORANGEWOOD STREET, MID-
1,LEBuRG, FL 32068 .
WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of this
Court on June 28, 2005. -
(SEAL) James B. Jett, Clerk of the Circuit
Court, by: Debra M. Beyerle, deputy clerk.
Echevarria & Associates, P.A.
P.O. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida 33622-5018
F05007421
NMNC- FHA-. R -jprzybyl
legal no. 4180 published July 7 and 14,
2005 in Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT INAND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO: 10-2005-CA-435-B

MORTGAGE ELECTROlIC REGISTRATION
SYSTEMS. IC AS NIOMIIEE FOR HOME.
COMINGS FIIJAtJCIAL NETWORK. IjNC

Plaintiff,
vs.
JEFFERY B. KONO A/K/A JEFFERY KONO,
and any unknown heirs, devisees, grarnlees
creditors, and other unknown persons or un-
known spouses claiming by, through and
under any cr ir e abovc-named Deilinrar.is.
Defendants.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
I OTICE 1, heleov given irnal i Iriunide.s.gnrie
Clerk 1.: ihE Crcul Court ul Clay Couriry Flori.
da, will. n:the 29TH day of JULY 2005. at
10:00 o'clock A.M at the Front steps of the.
Clay County Courthouse in Green Cove
Springs; offer for sale and sell at public outcry
o irne hrgne-r arnd beaIl biddr for cazh irh lol.
lo..,rng-aecroed properly saiuaie in Clay
Cournry. Fiocida
LOT 70. SOUTHAMPTON UNIT ONE. ac-
cordirig i.: ire pl1 inercol as recorded in Pala
Book 33 Page. 2 3. 4. 5 and 6, oi me Puc.
lie Recsirds .-.i Clay Counry. Florida prisuannl
lo ine Finr JudCgmeral entered in a case pend-
ing in said Coun, Iire stvie ol which is ndicali-
ed above
WITIlESS mv, rand arna ofcil eal s OI ai.j
Courtn irne 51s di a ol July. 2005.
In acr,i rdance wair irne Arreri:ar, Wir, Ds-
S jabilieii A:i. prsrns v' r win iwatr, illiei r nreei rng
a zpeiil ac:cmmodalc.n 1t panicipaile .n ihiE
Spriiceed.r.g snoulrd crnaci Manrra Buller Su-
pervisor, Circuit Civil, 825 N. Orange Avenue, -
Gree.n Cc.e Sprirn. Flordia Ijlerphorne (904)
269.63-49. noi laier Irar. seern 1,7)I ays prior
to the proceeding. If hearing impaired, j TDLDI
1-800-955-8771, or Voice (V) 1i800 955-8.-0 '
via Florida Relay Service.
ISEALI Jamrrn- B Jen
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT cy Debra
M Beyerie. Depurv Clerk
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF
Shawn L.Demers
Butler & Hosch; P.A.
3185 S.,Conway Rd., Ste. E
Orlando, Florida 32812
(407) 381-5200
legal no. 4183 published July 14 and 21,
2005 in Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, PROBATE DIVISION,
FILE NO iCP-05-167, DIV. B
Ill RE THE ESTATE OF JERRY LYNN ASH-
FORD, d cease
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tre admrrniiisilrai,.n C. Ir,4 Estate of JERRY
L i'rlN ASHFORD cd-ceas-d. File Number CP-
05s167. Dv,.il,:.n B. is pernding in the Circuit
Coun c.r'Clay Couni, Fl.:rida, Probate Divi-
sion, Ire aodries -.1 nh,.:r, is Clay County
Courthouse, Green Cove Springs, Florida. The
Names and addresses of the Personal Repre-
'sentative and Ir.e Per.:.nal Repres-erialive's
attorney are se lornn Delow.
: All interested persons are required tofile with
this Court, WITHIN THREE MONTHS OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE:
(1) All claims against the Estate, and (2) Any.
objection by an interested person to whom no-
tice was mailed that challenges the validity of
the will, the qualifications of the Personal Rep-.
resentative, venue, or jurisdiction of the Court.
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.


PultliLca.oln C. Ir. .lnoc nas ce Jrgur .:n July
14 2005
Personal Representative:
SANDRA D. ASHFORD :
941 Ridq.eway Courn
Orarge Park. Florir, ,d 'ii. ..
Alljrre, Ic.r Peri-.rSnal R H- re enrll :ive
RICHARD C FEPER .IR PA
Florida Bar No: 230928
8833 Perimeter Park Blvd., #602
Jacksonville, FlI:i,ja 2 .
(904) 646-2600
legal no. 4184 published July 14 and 21,
2005 in Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH
.JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
.ll AND FOR CLA, COUNTY, FLORIDA
,-CIVILACTION
WELLS FARGO BANK MINNESOTA, NA-
TIONALASSOCIATIOI1, AS TRUSTEE FOR
OPTION ONE MORTGAGE LOAN TRUST
2001-B. ASSET-BACKED CERTIFICATES,
SERIES 2001-B,
Plaintiff,
CASE NO. 10-2004-GA-723
vs.
DIVISION B

DONALD M. MCCARTER, JR., etal,
S Defendants)
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
N NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur.uaril I.:
Final JudqOrmerl of Morigage Foreclosure
dale,1 June 30 2005 na enliererd in Caie 11O.
C10-2004-CA-723 ul ir.ne Circur l Coun fi ine
FOURTH Judicial Circuit in and for CLAY
County, Florida wherein WELLS FARGO
BANK MINNESOTA, NATIONAL ASSOCIA-
TION, AS TRUSTEE FOR OPTION ONE
MORTGAGE LOAN TRUST 2001-B, ASSET-
BACKED CERTIFICATES, SERIES 2001-B, is
the Plaintiff and DONALD M. MCCARTER,
JR.; CHERI L. MCCARTER; BEACH BOULE-
VARD AUTO FINANCE, INC.; are the Defen-
dants; I wall ieii l I rie ri.jhe. ancr tDesil ,iider
for cash ai FRONT DOOR OF THE CLAY
COUNTY COURTHOUSE, GREEN COVE
SPRINGS, FLORIDA at 10:00 AM on the.
17TH DAY OF AUGUST. 2005. the following
described property as set forth in said Final
Judgment:
A PARCEL OF LAND SITUATED IN. THE
SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF THE SOUTHEAST 1/4
OF THE SOUTHWEST 1.4 OF SECTION 35V
TOWNSHIP 4 SOUTH, RANGE 24 EAST
CLAY COUNTT. FLORIDA. SAID PARCEL
BEING MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED
AS FOLLOWS:

BEGIN AT AN IRON PIPE AT THE SOUTH-
EAST CORNIER OF THE SOUTHWEST 1'4
OF SAID SECTION 35, AND RUN IOR-TH 00
DEGREES, 21 MINUTES, 41 SECONDS,
WEST ALONG THE EAST LINE.OF SAID
SSOUTHWEST 1/4 A DISTAIJCE OF 3061.16
FEET TO All IRON PIPE;'

THENCE RUN SOUTH 89 DEGREES, 49
MillUTES, 30 SECONDS, WEST, 378.97.
FEETTOAN IRON PIPE;

THENCE RUN SOUTH 00 DEGREES. 10
MINfUTES. 30 SECONDS, EAST, 300.99
FEET TO AN IRONl PIPE Orl THE SOUTH
LINE OF SAID SECTION 35

THENCE RUIrl NORTH 89 DEGREES, 51
MINUTES 03 SECONDS, EASTALONG
SAID SOUTH LIIIE 379 97 FEET TO THE
POINT OF BEGININIG

SUBJECT TO All EASEMENT FOR UTILI-
TIES AND GENERAL ROAD PURPOSES
ACROSS THE WEST 20 FEET OF THE
ABOVE DESCRIBED LANDS.

LESS'AND EXCEPTTHE FOLLOWING PAR.:
CEL OF LAND;

SAPARCEL OF LAND SITUATED IN.THE
SOUTHEAST ONE-QUARTER OF THE:
SOUTHWEST ONE-QUARTER OF SECTION
35 TOWVVJHIP -4 SOUTH RANGE 24 EAST.
CLAY COUNTTI' FLORIDA SAID PARCEL
BEING MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED
AS FOLLOWS

COMMENCE AT AN IRON PIPE-AT THE
SOUTHWEST CORNER OF THE SOUTH-
SEAST 1/4 OF THE SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF THE
- SOUTHWEST 1/4 OF SECTION 35, AND
RUN NORTH 89 DEGREES, 51 MINUTES, 03
SECONDS, EAST, ALONG THE SOUTH LINE
OF SAID SECTION 35, A DISTANCE,OF
289.09 FEET TO THE CENTERLINE OF AN
EXISTING 40.00 FOOT EASEMENT FOR
UTILITIES AND GENERAL ROAD PURPOS-
ES AND THE POINT OF BEGINNING;

THENCE RUN NORTH 00 DEGREES, 10
MINUTES, 30 SECONDS, WEST, ALONG
SAID'CENTER LINE, 300.99 FEET;

THENCE RUN NORTH 89 DEGREES, 49
MINUTES, 30 SECONDS, EAST, 144.73
SFEETTO AN IRON PIPE;

THENCE RUN SOUTH 00 DEGREES, 10
MINUTES, 30 SECONDS, EAST, 301.06
FEET TO AN IROl PIPE ON THE SOUTH
LINE OF SAID SECTION 35;

THENCE RUN SOUTH 89 DEGREES, 51
MINUTES, 03 SECONDS, ,VEST, ALONG
SAID SOUTH LINE 144.73 FEET TO THE
POINT OF BEGINNING.

SUBJECT TO AN EASEMENT FOR UTILI-
TIES AND GENERAL ROAD PURPOSES
ACROSS THE WESTERLY.20.00 FEET OF
THE ABOVE DESCRIBED LANDS.


TOGETHER WITH THAT CERTAIN MOBILE
HOME LOCATED THEREON DESCRIBED
AS A 1996 SKYLurIE DOUBLEWIDE WITH ID
I UMBERS, UE.201861A & 8U6201861 B ArID
STITLE NUMBERS 6965.;12 & 696577"15

AA A1530u Eaile r leil Lar,.e .atdllburg FL
32050-
T WiTNESS rU,' HANrD and me :ieal i0 Inr:
Coun rl .Iulv 1. 2005

ISEALI Jjrmi P Jell. Clerk Li,1ire Circui
SCurl c, Arn.e Herrera. dcpult ilerk
E.-r-i Crria A P... arel P
PO Bo.: 25018
Tarrimj. F.:.rda :33622 5.018
F04008287
OPTION ONE CONV R amerjanian.
legal no. 4185 published July 14 and 21,
2005 in Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper.


IN THE CIRCUITOF THE4TH JUDICIALCIR-.
SCUT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR CLA' ,
COUNTY CASE NO. 05-CA-436 DIV. E
SWASHIIfGTOII MUTUAL BANK. F.A SUC.
CESSOR BY MERGER TO WASHINGTONr
MUTUAL HOME LOANS. INC. SUCCESSOR
IN INTEREST BY MERGER TO FLEET
MORTGAGE CORP FlKiA FLEET REAL ES.
TATE FLIIDING CORP. Planlin

FRANCIS JOSEPH DANAHEY AND ELIZA--;'
BETH A DAIiAHEY, HIS WIFE. ET AL De-
lendanis . -
NOTICE FACTION
TO FRANCIS JOSEPH DANAHEY AND
ELIZAEETH A DAIJAHEY'
'OU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Ir.a an ac-
i.:.r. has beeir commen.:ed Io Ioreci:e a mnrl-
gage ..r. in e lOII.o.ln real propernr. lying rnd
cjeinq anrd tiluai, in Clay Courilv. Flo:.ria.
ri h.:,i pan.i ularl,' ic iCrilCed a ICol.:.ai5
LOT 2 BLOCK 9. GREENWOOD ESTATES. -
UrJIT FIVE ACCORDING TO THE PLAT .
THEREOF RECORDED If] PLAT BOOK 19
PAGES 36 AIJD 37 OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY FLORIDA
'.:.re cTmmili kIo.rLn as 1681 Donna Drev
Molecurg, FL 32068
Tris .a,-ii.n ra teen Iled agair.l you and
,ou are required il serve a co'p: o your wr, ..
len ieten-ci. l an., upon SHAPIRO & FISH-
MAN ArI orriley I.:r Plani.,n arsse aCrJ resis
Wordlari Corporale Cenlir. 4505 Woo.dla.nd
Corp Bild Suile 100. Tampa. FL 32614
Swirln In.rrt 301) day- aler mne .Irsi publi:calon
of li;.irs nUice and iiie me oriqirnal wiir. ire Clerk
oji ir.s. Cunr erlher before service on Plainilh .
anorney or immediately irrereaher, olnerwi-se
a eilaul ll w ille enleried against ycu cor ine re-
I.el .drremariled in ir Comiplarmi
WiITI ESS rr niari.1 ana seal ol ire Coun on.r
ire 301r, day i.1 Jure 2005
tSEALI JAMES B. JETT C.rcual ana Courln/
C.ourl by Anrr. L Garrs.on depury clerk
legal no. 4186 published July 14 and 21.
2005 in Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper.


i1N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JUDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY COUNTY.
FLORIDA GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVI--
SION. CASEt O 05-369-CAB
SFJV-2004-1 LLC Pla.nlri
vs.
SCIDALIA OLIVERA. IF LIVING. AND IF DEAD.
THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE, HEIRS, DE-
VISEES GRANTEES ASSIGNEES. LIENIOR.
CREDITORS. TRUSTEES ANID ALL OTHER
PARTIES CLAIMING AN INTEREST BY
THROUGH UNDER OR AGAINST CIDALIA
OLIVERA. UNKIIOWNi SPOUSE OF CIDALIA
OLIVERA. IF ANY YOLO ENTERPRISES
INC F'K,'A ELITE ENTERTAINMENT INC
D.B'A FIRST COAST RESTORATION, JOHN.
SDOE AND JANEDOE.AS UNKNOWN TEN-
ANITS Il POSSESSION. Defendant(s)
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY-GIVEN pursuarnt I1 a
Summary, Final JudJgJmeni :l Foreclosure -
ilaled 6'30-2005. enletren Cin Cvl Case IJo 05-
369-CA-B (l Ir.e Circoul Corun of the 4th Judi-
cial Circuit in and for Clay County, GREEN
COVE SPRINGS, Florida, I will sell to the high-
est and best bidder for cash at front steps at
Sthe Clay County Courthouse located at 825 N.
Orange Avenue in Green Cove Springs, Flori-
da AT 10:00 A.M. ON THE 28TH DAY OF
JULY. 2005. Ire olowllng jdescrbeda prcperrT
as sl fornh in said Summary Final Judgmeni
to-wit:
.LOT 8,.BLOCK 14, MEADOWBROOK UNIT
THREE, ACCORDING TO PLAT-THEREOF
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 6. PAGE 36. OF
THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
Dated this 1st day of July, 2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, clerk'of the Circuit.
Court, by: Debra M. Beyerle, deputy clerk.
THE LAW OFFICES OF DAVID J. STERN,
PA:, attorney for plaintiff
801 S. University.Drive, Suite 500
SPlantation, FL 33324
(954) 233-8000
05-39946(ASCF)
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICANS
WITH DISABILITIES ACT, persons with dis-
abilities needing a special accommodation
should contact Court Adiinistration, at the
SClay County Courthouse at 904-630-2564, 1-
800-955-8771 (TDD) orl-800-955-8770, via
Florida Relay Service.
legal no. 4188 published July 14 and 21,
2005 in Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF-THE FOURTH:
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR CLAY COUNTY,
CIVIL DIVISION, CASE NO: 05-CA-459-B
'GREEN TFEE SERVICING LLC 'F/K/A







Tulv 14. 2005


CLAY TODAY LEGALS 904-264-3200 X130 FAX; 904-264-3285


.. Section B-21


GREEN TREE FINANCIAL CORPORATION,
Plaintiff
vs.
RUBY C. THOMAS; THE UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF RUBY C. THOMAS; PATRICK
THOMAS; THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
PATRICK THOMAS; IF LIVING, INCLUDING
ANY UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF SAID DEFEN-
DANT(S), IF REMARRIED, AND IF DE-
CEASED, THE RESPECTIVE UNKNOWN
HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, AS-
SIGNEES, CREDITORS, LIENORS, AND
TRUSTEES, AND ALL OTHER PERSONS
CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR
AGAINST.THE NAMED DEFENDANTSS; UN-
KNOWN TENANT #1; UNKNOWN TENANT
#2, Defendant(s)
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to a
Final Summary Judgment of Foreclosure en-
tered in the above-styled cause, in the Circuit
Court of Clay County, Florida, I will sell the
property situate in Clay County, Florida, de-
scribed as:
DESCRIPTION FOR LOT 21:
A PARCEL OF LAND SITUATED IN THE
NORTH 1/2 OF THE SOUTHWEST 1/4 OF -
SECTION 9, TOWNSHIP 8 SOUTH, RANGE
24 EAST, CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA. SAID
PARCEL BEING MORE PARTICULARLY DE-
SCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
COMMENCE AT A CONCRETE MONU-
MENT AT THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF
SAID SECTION 9, AND RUN-NORTH 00 DE-
GREES' 03' 34" EAST ALONG THE EAST
LINE OF SAID SECTION 9, DISTANCE OF
1323.47 FEET TO THE SOUTHEAST COR-
NER OF THE NORTH 1/2 OF THE SOUTH-
EAST 1/4 OF SAID SECTION 9; THENCE
RUN SOUTH 88 DEGREES 46' 41".WEST,.
ALONG THE SOUTH LINE OF THE NORTH
1/2 OF THE SOUTH 1/2 OF SAID SECTION
9, A DISTANCE OF 3408.84 FEET TO THE
POINT OF BEGINNING; THENCE CONTIN-
UE SOUTH 88 DEGREES 46' 41" WEST,
ALONG SAID SOUTH LINE, 150.00 FEET;
THENCE RUN NORTH 00 DEGREES 24'23"
WEST, 360.00 FEET; THENCE RUN NORTH
88 DEGREES 46' 41' EAST, 150 00 FEET;
STHENCE RUN SOUTH 00 DEGREES 24' 23"
EAST 360.00 FEET TO THE POINT OF BE..
GINNIING RESERVING AN EASEMENT FOR
UTILITIES AND GENERAL ROAD PURPOS-
ES ACROSS THE SOUTH 30 FEET OF THE
ABOVE-DESCRIBED LANDS
To include a
1993 FLEETCRAFT DOUBLE WIDE MOBILE
HOME VIN GAFLN34A1..7360K, TITLE NO.
S64620419
1993 FLEETCRAFT DOUBLE WIDE MOBILE
HOME VIN GAFLrJ34B167360K TITLE INO
64620417
A/K/A 4704-GADARA ROAD, KEYSTONE
HEIGHTS, FLORIDA 32656 .
at public sale;AT 10:00 A.M. or as soon
thereafter as same can be done, to the high-
esT DOdder, or r.idders. Ior cash on ire Ironl
se:ps Io Ie Clay County Cuunriouc.. Green
Cove Springs. Florida on the 29th day of
July. 2005.
Dated this 30th day of June, 2005.
"-. (SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Circuit
'Court, by: Brenda-Bennett, deputy clerk.
i Tns Irisrurrmen pieparel y .
Law Ortices 1o Dar.el C C..n.uegra
-920J King Palm Drive
Tampa. Florida 33619-1328
Anr.rney Ior Plainrit
SIn accordance wlir, ire American WIn DisarCi-
,lies ACi ol 1990. persons rn eding a special
acccmmodalon io panic palr in Irni proceed.
.rig should coniacl Ine ASA C:oordinalri, no
lairr rhar seven ,17 days prior ro Ine proceed-
ings II hearing impaired. pic ase.: all 1800 1955-
8771 ITDDI or 1800) 955-8770 Iviceil va
FIcri.a Relay Service.
legal no. 4189 published July 14 and 21,
2005 in Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper.


Ill THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND
S FOR CLAY COUNTY CASENO: 2005-CA-
384
BANK OF AMERICA, NA, SUCCESSOR BY.
MERGER TO BARNETT BANK. NA Plaintiff
vs .
S THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE. HEIRS. BENEFI-
.CIARIES. DEVISECS GRANITEES. AS-
- SIGNEES. LIENORS. CREDITORS.
TRUSTEES AND ALL OTHER PARTIES
CLAIMING AN INTEREST BY. THROUGH.
UNDER OR AGAINST THE ESTATE OF
MICHAEL J BRUSCA- SOUTHTRUST BANK:
MICHELLE LOUGHREY- KAREN SKARO.
JOSEPH E. BRUSCA; MICHAEL J. BRUSCA.
CASSANDRA LYNN BRUSCA: PAMELA
FOLEY BRUSCA: UNKNOWN TENANT 1:
UNKNOWN TENANT 2, Delendant.
NOTICE FACTION
TO MICHAEL J BRUSCA AND JOSEPH E
BRUSCA. LasT Known addresses
MICHAEL J BRUSCA
7160 LUCKY DRIVE
JACKSONVILLE. FL. 32208
JOSEPH E.BRUSCA
4359 BATTLECREEK COURT WEST
JACKSONVILLE. FL. 32258
It alive. and it dead, all pansies claiming in-
ierest by. through, under or against Joseph E
Brusca and Michael J brusca and all parties
having or claiming to have any nghl, irtle or in-
lerest in me property described herein
YOU ARE NOTIFIED Inat an action lor Foie-
Slosure of Mongage on the following desc noDe
: property._
-LOT 251. COUNTRY CLUB OF ORANGE
PARK. UNIT ONE. ACCORDING TO PLAT.
THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 21,
PAGES 29 30 31, 32. 33. 34, 35. 36, 37 38
39 AND 40. OF THE CURRENT PUBLIC
RECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY. FLORIDA.
nas been tiled against you and you are re-
q4ired 0lo serve a ,Qpy ol yQur v'rinen.aerens-


es, if any, to ti,:on Dinna Kawass, Attorney for
Plaintiff, whose address is 951 N:E. 167th
Street, Suite 204, North Miami Beach, FL
33162, within 30 days afterthe first publication
of this notice, and file the original with the Clerk
of this Court either before service on Plaintiffs
attorney or immediately thereafter; otherwise
a default will be entered against you for the re-
lief demanded in the complaint.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of this Court
htis 30th day of June, 2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, clerk of the Court, by:
Ann L Garrison, deputy clerk.
In accordance with the Americans with Dis-
abilities Act, persons needing a reasonable ac-
commodation to participate in thsi proceeding
should, no later than seven (7) days prior, con-
tact the Clerk of the Court's disability coordi-
nator at 9042846349, 825 N. Orange Ave.,
Green Cove Springs, FL 32043. If hearing im-
paired, contact (TDD) via Florida Relay Sys-
tem.
Ben-Ezra & Katz, P.A.
951 NE 167th Street, Suite 204
North Miami Beach, FL 33162
legal no. 4190 published July 14 a0d 21,
2005 in Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, CASE NO:10-2005-CA-
370-E
LASALLE BANK, N.A. F/K/A LASALLE NA-,
TIClIAL BANtK. AS TRUSTEE UNDER THE
POOLING AIND SERVICING AGREEMENT
DATED JUNE1, 1999, SERIES 1999-2, Plain-
tiff
-vs.
YOLANDA WANTON, and any unknown heirs,
devisees, grantees, creditors, and other un-
known persons or unknown spouses claiming
.by, through, and under.any of the-above-
named Defendants, Defendants.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE is hereby given that the under--
signed Clerk of the Circuit Court of Clay Coun-
ty, Florida, will on the 1ST DAY OF AUGUST.
2005 AT 10:00 A.M. at Ihe front steps of the
Clay Couniy Courlh-:ouse in Green Cove
Springs, offer for sale and sell at public outcry
Ij Ine nigiesl and oesl bidder lor cash ine ic-
lowing.described propenv sliuale in Cla./
Country, Florida
LOT 6, BLOCK 26, HIGHRIDGE ESTATES,
ACCORDING TO PLAT THEREOF,.
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 8, PAGES 38,
39,40,41,42,43AND44 OFTHE CURRENT
PUBLIC RECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY,
FLORIDA, TOGETHER WITH A 1978 CONC.
HS MOBILE HOME, SERIAL #7781888A LO-
CATED THEREON.
pursuanl lo ine Fnal Judjgmer, eniered in a
cIase pending in said Cjun Ihe sryle ol wrich
is indcaied above
WITNESS my nand and ohcial seal of said
Courtn Ins 151 day 1l Jul/ 2005.
In accordance viin Ire Anmercans Walr Dis- -
abililies Aci, persons wiirn aisabiiliies srnoull
co:nlal Marina Buller Supervisor Crcuil Civil
825 II Orange Avenue. Green Cove Springs
Florida telephone (904) 269-6349, not later
than seven (7) days prior to the proceeding. If
hearing impaired, (TDD) 1-800-955-8771, or
Voice (V) 1-800-955-8770, via Florida Relay
service.
(SEAL) JAMES B: JETT, Clerk of the Circuit
Coun r/. Amie Herreta depuTy clerk
Anorne6 ior Plarni.fl
Shawn L. Demers
Butler & Hosch, P.A.
3185 S Conway Rd., Ste:.E
Orlardo. Florida 32812
14(17 381.5200
legal no. 4191 published July 14 and 21,
2005 in Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR CLAY COUNTY,
CIVIL DIVISION; CASE NO: 04-CA-247, DIV.
E
MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION
SYSTEMS IIC as nominee for NETBAIK.
INC., Pla.rilih
vs..
LADONriA R. PERRY and EARL S. PERRY ,i
living, and all unknown parties claiming by.
Irrougr, under or against Irie above riamed
Delendanls nwo are ro.:.l krinown li be dead or
alive, aheiner sad unknown panies may claim
an inlerezl as spouses. reeirs devisees
grantees. assignees. leriors. creditors
.trustees or other cla;manrs. claiming by,
through, under or against LADONNA :R.
PERRY or EARL S. PERRY; Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE is hereby given final, pursuant to a-
Final Judgment of Foreclosure entered in the
above-styled cause, in Ihe Crcu,1 Court of Clay
County, Florida, I WIll sell ihe properly sluale in
Clay Counlv, Florida described as:
LOT2. BLOCK 14. BIG TREE LAKES SEC-
TION C, AN UNPLATTED SUBDIVISION.
WHICH LOT IS DESCRIBED WITH MORE
PARTICULARITY IN THE EXHIBIT TO THAT
CERTAIN DECLARATION OF INTERPRE-
TIVE DATA RELATING TO LEGAL DESCRIP-
TIONS DATED JUNE 1 1983 AND FILED IN
OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK 749, PAGE 418,
PUBLIC RECORDS OFCLAY COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
TOGETHER WITH THAT CERTAIN 2001
MERT DOUBLE-WIDE MOBILE HOME. VE-
HICLE IDENTIFICATION NUMBERS
FLHMBFP156647013A AND
FLHMBFP156647013B
al publDI sale lo ihe nighesl and Dbes tdoader.
lor casn. al Ihe Ironl door r01 he Clay Counry
Cournhouse ar Green Cove Springs Florida,
10:00 A.M. ON AUGUST 1. 2005.
Dated Inos Ise day l0 July. 2005
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT. Clerk c.t Ire Circu.l


i


PUBLIC SALE
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE: BURGARTEN-
TERPRISES gives Notice of Foreclosure of
Lien and intent to sell these vehicles on
7/29/2005, 12:01 p.m. at 4360 County Road
218, Middleburg, FL 32068-4852, pursuant to
subsection 713.78 o0 Irhe Florida Sialules
BURGART ENTERPRISES reserves me righl
l. accept o.r ieleci any aridlor all bid
1998 TOYOTA
lrJXBA12E5WZ101069
-1985 DODGE '
S2B7HB23T6FK2154841 .-
1989 HONDA
JH2AF1605KKi100271
Legal no. 4197 published July 14, 2005 in
Clay County's Clay Today newspaper.


PUBLIC SALE
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE: BURGART-EN-
TERPRISES gives Notice of Foreclosure of
Lien and inieni io sell Ihee vehicles on
,29'2005. 12 01 pm ra J4360 Counly Road
218. Midolebuig FL 32068 4852, pursuant to
subsecion 713 78 olI he Florida Statures.
BURGART ENTERPRISES reserves Ine rignh
Io accept or ieleci any and/or all bids
1997 PONTIAC
VIN 1G2NE52TSVC 749981
1997 FORD
VIN 1FALP624XVH113173
1993 NISSAN
VIN JN1EB31POPU231385
Legal no. 4198 published'July 14, 2005 in
Clay County's Clay Today newspaper.


NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Notice is hereby given hat Ine undersigned.
pursuant Io nme FiciiIous Name Statutes.'
Crapler No 9-267 Laws of Florida, Section
865.09. Florida Stalutes. will register w;ln the
Department oi Siate Division of Corporations.
upon receipt o prool of publicalion of mis no-
- lice. Ine fictitious name, 10 Wo '
AAND A STABLES
Under wh;ch i/welam/are engaged in business
;at.
320 TANGLEWOOD BLVD., ORANGE
PARK, FL. 32073
That the party/parties interested in said busi-
ness enterprise isare as follows
DEBRAS. GLAZE
LEGAL NO. 4199
Published July 14, 2005 In Clay County's
Clay Today newspaper.


NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Notice is ner.ey .given tnal Ie unrdersigned.


Court, by: Amie Herrera, deputy clerk.
Individuals with disabilities needing a reason-
able acoimmo'aailcor,. Ip panrcipale in Iriir plo-
ceeding should contact the Court
Administrators Office, as soon as possible;
Telephone 1904| 630-2564 or il hearing im-
paired, 1-800-955-871 ITDD), or 1-800-955-
8770.(V) via Florida Relay Service
NOTE: THIS COMMUNICATION. FROM A,
DEBT COLLECTOR,- IS AN ATTEMPT TO
COLLECT DEBTAND ANY INFORMATION
OBTAINED WILL BE USED FOR THAT PUR-
POSE.
GIBBONS, COHN, NEUMAN, BELLO, .
SEGALL&ALLEN, P.A,
P.O. Box 2177
Tampa, Florida 33601
.(813) 877-9222
legal no. 4192 published July 14 and 21,
2005 in Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper.


NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Notice is hereby given that the unddrsigned,
pursuant to the "Ficlilous Name Statutes,"
Chapter No. 9-267, Laws of Florida, Section'
865.09, Florida Statutes, will register with the
Department of'State, Division of Corporations,
upon.receipt of proof of publication of his no-
tice, the fictitious name, to wif.
CAVE MAN'S TREE SERVICE
Under which I/we/am/are engaged in business
at:
2260 STAUFFER ROAD
GREEN COVE SPRINGS, FL 32043
Tr.al irh paniy panes inleresled in ,aid bDus-
ness enlerprse ,s'are as Iollows
JAMES P. BEASLEY
LEGAL NO. 4193
Published July 14, 2005 in Clay County's
Clay Today newspaper.


PUBLIC SALE
The following vehicles will be sold. at public
auction for towing and storage costs:
'94.CHEVY S-10:
VIN 1GCCS1949R8234672
'93 VOLVO ,
VIN YV1JS8835P1117275 ..
The auction will be held on July 27, 2005 at
8:00 a.m. at 3222 Highway 17, Green Cove
Springs, FL. Vehicles may be viewed at this lo-
cation.
legal no. 4195 published July 14, 2005 in
Clay County's Clay Today newspaper.


PUBLIC SALE
Notice of public sale: BURGART ENTER-
PRISES given Notice of Foreclosure of Lien
and intent to sell these vehicles on 7/22/2005,
12:01 p.m. at 4360 County Road 218, Middle-
burg FL 32068.4852 pursuant to subsection
713 78 ol Ire Florda Sialules BURGART EN-.
TERPRISES ieseries Ir e ngnl 10 accepl jor re-
leci ary ar.,d'cr a11 bia
1995 ISUZU
VIN JACDJ58V3S7909502
legal no. 4196 published July 14, 2005 in.
Clay County's Clay Today newspaper.'


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR CLAY COUN-
TY. FLORIDA. PROBATE DIVISION. FILE NO:
I102005-CP.139
IN RE: ESTATE OF DONNIE JEAN RICHARD-
SON, deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tre adminislralon ol Ihe estate ol DONNIE
JEAN RICHARDSON deceased, wr.ose date
1o deal as lNovember 15. 2004. and whose
Scial Security Number is: 263-18-7243, File
Number 10-2005-GP-139 is pending in'the
Circul Couni for Clay Courity Florida, Probate
Division; the address of which is 825 N. Or-
arigeA-enue Green Cove Springs FL 32043.
The names andaddresses of the personal
!epresenlalve and Irne personal representa-
tives arn:rne, are s-et lI.nn below '
All crea.iors .1l ie decedent and other per-
sons. wnc, nave clamrs or demand against
decedent s esiale on anom a copy of inIs no-
lice has been served musl ile lheir claims
wln Irn coun ONr OR BEFORE THE LATER
OF THE DATE THAT IS THREE i:31 MOIrJTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY (30)
DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A
COPY'OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and other
persons who have claims or demands against
he decedenl 5 esiale music iile Thelr claims
with this court-WITHIN THREE (3) MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLIC.
TION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOR
EVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIOD
SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED.
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENTS DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
THE DATE OFTHE FIRST PUBLICATION-
OF THIS NOTICE IS: July 14, 2005..
Attorney for Personal Representative:-
ALLEN L. POUCHER, JR. P.A.
2257 RIVERSIDE AVENUE
JACKSONVILLE, FL. 32204
. Finda Bar Io 308617
Personal Represenasive
Sylvia Jan Ricnardson Wens
4244 Palmer Avenue
Jacksonville, FL 32210. '
LEGAL NO. 4201 Published July 14, and
July 21, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT OF THE JTH JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AtND FOR CLAY..
COUNTY CASE NO 05-CA.282-DIV- B
UNrlOr PLArITERS BANK. I A D/BA RE-
GIONIS MORTGAGE IIC F/K/A REAL ES-.
TATE FINANCING I iC Plaintll
vs. .
.SCOTT D. LEATHERMANI; SUSAr J.
LEATHERMAII. FIRSTPLUS FINANCIAL,
IJC. u S BANK JATIOlJALASSOcIATIOrI.
PREFERRED CREDIT CORPORATIOr I
AiK'A TA.R PREFERRED MORTGAGE
CORPORATION. Delendaraisi
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuit to an
Order of Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated
June.30, 2005, entered ii Civil Case No. 05-
CA-282 of the Circuit Court of the 4th Judicial
Circuit in and for Clay County, Florida, where-
in UNION PLANTERS BANK, N.A. D/B/A RE-
GIONS MORTGAGE, INC. F/K/A REAL
ESTATE FINANCING, INC., Plaintiff and
SCOTT D LEATHERMANI AND SUSAN J
LEATHERMAN are deleridanlltl I will Sell to
ine nigheslarid besi bidderor o cash. a Ithe
Iromn door ol Ime Clay County Courlhouse. lo-
caled at 825 lonrr Orange Avenue. Green
Cove Springs, Clay Counry. Florida AT 10:00
A.M; ONJULY 28. 2005, the following de-
scribed property as se lonn in sad Final Judg-
ment, to-wit:
LOT 9, BLOCK 37, MEADOWBROOK, UNIT
11-A, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF
AS RECORDED IN PLAT.BOOK 13, PAGE
42, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH A DISABILI-
TY 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 OF YOUR RECEIPT OFTHIS NOTICE.
OF SALE: IF YOU ARE HEARING IMPAIRED
CALL: 1-800-955-8771; IF YOU ARE VOICE
IMPAIRED CALL: 1-800-955-8770.
Dated at Green Cove Springs, Florida this 30th
day of.June, 2005.
* (SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Circuit-
SCourt,. Clay.County, Florida, by: Holly Hurlburt,
deputy clerk.
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF:
SHAPIRO & FISHMANI LLP
WOODLAND CORPORATE CENTER
4505 WOODLAND CORP BLVD.
SUITE 100
TAMPA, FLORIDA 33614
(813) 880-8888


05-66559T
Legal no. 4202 published July 14 and 21,
,2005 in Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper. .


I


pursuant Io lhe "Fictitious Name.Statutes,"
Cnapier rNo 9-267. Laws of Florida, Section
865 (0, Florida Sialues wili register w;lh the
Depanmenil Ij SSiae Division or Coiporaiorns
upon receipl o:1 prool to puocli:ca3in ol Ihis no-
lice Itre Ichilous name. to wIt
THE SKATEBOARD PLACE
Under whcn Ia'neam.are engaged in business
at:
1006 FROMHART STREET
ORANGE PARK, FL 32073
That the party/parties interested in said busi-
ness enterprise is/are as [oilows:
MARY ANJELA PALMER
LEGAL NO. 4200
Published JULY 14, 2005 In Clay County's
Clay Today newspaper.


I


IN THE CIRCUIT OF THE ITH JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR CLAY-
COUNTY, CASE 110 05-CA-409 DIV E
REO PROPERTIES CORPORATION, Plaintiff
vs.
CINDY FUGATT Wt'KiA CYNTHIA FUGATT;:
UNKNOWN PARTIES IN POSSESSION #1;
UNKNOWN PARTIES IN POSSESSION 2
IF LIVING, AND ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER AND
AGAINST THE ABOVE NAMED DEFEN-
DANTIS) WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE
DEAD OR ALIVE WHETHER SAID UN-
KNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN INTER-
EST AS SPOUSES HEIRS. DEVISEES.
GRANTEES. OR OTHER CLAIMANTS. De.
lendanil( i
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuanlr o an
Order ol Final Judgmern ot Foreclosuie daled
June 30, 2005, entered in Civil Case No. 05-
CA-409 of the Circuit Court of the.4th Judicial
Circuit in ana or Clay County, Florida, where-
in REO PROPERTIES CORPORATION
Pla.nl.h and CINDY FUGATT AKIA CYNTHIA
FuGATT are delendanits), I w.ll sell I. Irei
nine 1 and b:esl bidder for cash, AT THE
FRONT DOOR OF THE CLAY COUNTY
COuRTmOuSE LOCATED AT 825 NORTH
ORAIIGE AVENUE. GREEN COVE
SPRINGS CLAY COUNTY FLORIDA AT
1. 00 A M. ON AUGUST 1, 2005, the follow-
ing described property as set forth in said Final
Judgment, to-wit:
* PARCEL OF LAND SITUATED IlI SOUTH
HALF OFTRACT 31.SECTION A' TIMBUK-
.TU, AN UNRECORDED PLAT OF A POR-
TION OF NORTHWEST QUARTER OF
SECTION 29, TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH; RANGE
24 EAST, CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA, SAID
PARCEL BEING MORE PARTICULARLY DE-
SCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:.
COMMENCE AT THE SOUTHEAST COR.
rER OF SAID TRACT 31: THENCE ON THE
EAST LINE THEREOF RUN NORTH 00 DE-
GREES 00 MINUTES 47 SECONDS WEST
180 00 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGII-
NIrG THENCE CONTINUE ON SAID EAST
LINE OF TRACT 31 NORTH 00 DEGREES
00 MINUTES 47 SECONDS WEST. 150.00
FEET THENCE SOUTH 89 DEGREES 59
MINUTES 13 SECONDS WEST. 300 00FEET
TO THE EAST LINE OF BACKWOODS
ROAD (A 60 FOOT RIGHT-OF-WAY);
THENCE ON SAID EAST LINE OF BACK;-
WOODS ROAD RUN SOUTH 00 DEGREES
00 MINUTES 47 SECONDS EAST; 150.00
FEET THENCE NORTH 89 DEGREES 59
MINUTES 13 SECONDS EAST, 300.0 FEET
TO THE FOINT OF BEGINNING BEING THE
NORTH HALF OF THOSE LANDS DE-
SCRIBED 11J OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK
1256, PAGE 291 OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS
OF SAID COUNTY. TOGETHER WITH A MO-
BILE: HOME :PERMANEIITLY AFFIXED
THEREON:YEAR: 1988, Viitl PSHGA4142A
AND PSHGA4142B:
IF YOU ARE A PERSOIF, WITH A DISABILI-
"TY WIHO IEEDS ANlY ACCOMMODATION IN1
ORDER TO PARTICIPATE Ii THIS PRO..
CEEDING, YOU ARE ENTITLED, AT NO -
COST TO YOU. TO THE PROVISIONS OF
CERTAIN ASSISTANCE PLEASE CONTACT
CLAY COUIIT' COURTHOUSE 825 NORTH
ORANGE AVEULIE. GREEN COVE
SPRINGS FL 320-13 WITHIN 3 WORKING
DAYS OF YOUR RECEIPT OF THIS NOTICE
OF SALE IF YOU ARE HEARING IMPAIRED
CALL 1.800-A955-A7'1. IF YOU ARE VOICE
IMPAIRED CALL 1-800-955-8770
DATED AT GREEII COVE SPRINGS, FLORI-
DA. ii, li l day or July. 2005
(SEAL) JAMES B JETT Clerk of the Crcui
Court, Clay County, Florida, by: Amie Herrera,
deputy clerk.
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF
SHAPIRO & FISHMAN, LLP
WOODLANfD CORPORATE CENTER
4505 WOODLAND CORP. BLVD
SUITE 100
TAMPA FLORIDA 33614
(813) 880.8888
04-65596T
legal no. 4203 published July 14 and 21,
2005 in Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JUDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR CLAY COUNTY,
FLORIDA, GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVI-
SION, CASE NO: 04-1153-CA-DIV. B ,
COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOANS, INC., Plain-
tiff
vs.
JOHN P NEWTON AND EMILY S. NEWTON,
HIS WIFE; et al., Defendants.
NOTICE OFFORECLSOURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a
Summary Final Judgment of Foreclosure In-
cluding Award of Attorneys' Fees ard costs
dated March 7, 2005, entered in Case No. 04-
1153-CA-Div B of the Circuit Court of the 4th
Judicial Circuit in and for Clay County, Florida
wherein COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOANS,
INC. is the Plaintiff and JOHN P. NEWTON
AND EMILY S. NEWTON, his wife; CASTLE
CREDIT CORPORATION, a Delaware corpo- -
ration;.WELLS FARGO BANK MINNESOTA,
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, as Indenture
Trustee under the Irwin Home Equity Loan
Trust 2001-1 pursuant to the Indenture dated
February 28, 2001, between the Irwin Home
Equity Loan Trust 2001-1, as Issuer, and Wells
Fargo Bank Minnesota, National Association,
as Indenture Trustee; JOHN DOE, a/k/a
DAVID NEWTON AND JANE DOE, a/k/a JES-
SICA NEWTON is/are Defendants, I will sell to
,, th.hjget apd estfbi.dder.fqrcaqt), .a( front








Section B-22


steps or entrance to the Clay county Court:
house, in the City of Green Cove, Springs,
Florida on'MONDAY. THE 26TM DAY OF
SEPTEMBER. 2005 AT 10:00 A.M. ,the fol,
lowing described property, as set forth in said
Summary Final Judgment of Foreclosure In-.
cludirig Award of Attorneys' Fees and Costs;,
to-wit:
LOT 34, IN BLOCK 1, OF SEVEN OAKS,
ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF, AS
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 15, AT PAGE 20,
OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Dated this 5th day of July, 2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Circuit
Court, by: Debra M. Beyerle, deputy clerk.
DENISE M. ROSENTHAL, ESQUIRE
ADORNO & YOSS, LLP
2525 Ponce DeLeon Boulevard, Suite 400
Miami, Florida 33134
(305) 460-1100.
In accordance with the Americans with Disabi-
laities Act, persons needing a special accom-
modation to participate in this proceeding
should contact the Clerk of the Court whose of-
fice is located at 825 N: Orange Avenue,
Green Cove Springs, Florida 32043, telephone
(904) 269-6317, not later than seven (7) days
prior to the proceeding.
legal no. 4204 published July 14 and 21,
2005 in Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR. CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, CIVIL ACTION, CASE
NO: 2005-345-CA, DIV. E
CHASE.HOME FINANCE, LLC SUCCESSOR
BY MERGER TO CHASE MANHATTAN


MORTGAGE CORPORATION, Plaintiff :
vs. -
VERNON YOUNG JR., et al., Defendant(s)
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE .
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a.
Final Judgment of Mortgage Foreclosure'
dated June 30, 2005, and entered in Case No.
2005-345-CA of the Circuit Court of the Fourth.
Judicial Circuit in and for Clay County, Florida
wherein CHASE HOMEFINANCE, LLCSUC-
CESSOR BY MERGER TO CHASE MAN-
HATTAN MORTGAGECORPORATION,:is the'
Plaintiff and VERNON YOUNGJR; STACEY'
A. BISHOP; TENANT #1 N/K/A MARK;
MANUEL are the Defendants, [will'sell to the
highest and best bidder for-cash at front door
of the Clay County Gourthouse, Green Cove
Springs, Florida AT 10:00 A.M, ON THE 1ST
DAY OF AUGUST, 2005, the following de-
scribed property as set forth in said Final
Judgment:
LOT 10, BLOCK 110, JACKSONVILLE
SOUTH UNIT TWO, ACCORDING'TO THE
PLAT THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 11, PAGES 1 THROUGH 13, INCLU-
SIVE, PUBLIC RECORDS-OF CLAY COUN-
TY, FLORIDA.
TOGETHER WITH THAT CERTAIN MOBILE
HOME LOCATED THEREON, DESCRIBED
AS A 1999. PEACHTREE DOUBLEWIDE:
WITH ID NUMBERS PSHGA21870A AND
PSHGA21870B AND TITLE -NUMBERS
76195242AND 76195243 AND REAL PROP-
ERTY NUMBERS R0779515AND R0779516.
A/K/A 2570 COSMOS AVENUE, MIDDLE-
BURG, FL: 32068.
WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of this
Court on July 1, 2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Circuit
Court, by: Amie Herrera, deputy clerk.


Notice of Proposed Cypress Pipeline Project
Southem Natural Gas Company (Southern) is planning-to construct, install, and operate
176 miles of new natural gas pipeline called the Cypress Pipeline Project in Effingham,
Chatham, Bryan, Liberty, Long, Mclntosh, Glynn, Camden and Chariton Counties, Georgia,
and Nassau, Duvaland Clay Counties, Florida. The new pipeline is designed to provide
firm natural gas transportation service to markets in south Georgia and north Florida.
Southem is a natural gas company engaged.in the operation of an interstate pipeline sys-
tem for the transportation of natural gas in the southeastern part of the United States.
Southern's main office is located at 1900 Fifth Avenue North, Birmingham, Alabama 35203.
Southern is a subsidiary of El Paso Corporation.
On June 29, 2005, Southern filed an application-with the Federal Energy Fe.guaIti,,/
Commission (FERC) in Docket Nos. CP05-388-000 seeking approval for its proposed proj-
ect. .Southern must receive approval from the FERC prior to construction of the proposed'
facilities. A copy of the public version of the application discussing the project is located at
the Live Oak Public. Library in Springfield, Georgia; the Bull Street Public Library in
Savannah, Geo.:-.i ri3 Er.;ar C.:ournr/Public Library in Richmond Hill, Georgia, the Liberty
County Pub ,i L-ibrry irn Hine, lIe Georgia, the Long County Public Library in Ludowici;
Georgia, the Ida Hilton Public Library in Darien, Georgia; the Three Rivers Regional Library
in Brunswick, Georgia, the Camden County Library Main Branch in Kingsland, Georgia,
the Charlton County Public-Library in Folkston, Georgia, the Acworth Library in Acworth,
Georgia, the Nassau County Library in Hilliard, Florida, the Duval County Public Library -
Main Library eu-n,- z SeCii.:.n i Ja- : '.rnll Florida, and the Clay County Public Library
- Orange Parr ra,:r, ,rin Oranige Par. Fl.:.r.da, for anyone that would like to review the
application. A;r, in .,,ajl r,. a gr-.r I.:, request a copy of tr.e arpp.l:: T, .r, .3,re.:I. from'
Southern by cn a.: u al I ulTr Ir r. ,um-, e ... r e- .
The project as proposed will be.constructed in three phases. Phase I will
include 166.63 miles of 24-inch diameter pipeline that will begin at Southern's existing
p;pi;eine -'/riir, near R;r,c.-.r.. Georgia, and interconnect with four outlets: Atlanta Gas Light
Compare, ln Gr-,n. Cc'unry. CGeorgia Soiulrerrn s 5',uln GeorCgia Pipeline in Nassau Counry
Florrd Jaci.5Con..ile Eie,:Inc Aurl.c.nry IJEAI in Du.ai C':,unr, Florida; and Florida Gas
Trarn.mi;r,on Colrmpany IFGTI JacKsoniill LaiatI Ppeliree ni Cla,1 Couniy. Florda
Mnor mcila.li.clins vill alo be made IC' Sourharn s Mare lena eier Sior, Iocaled ,n CuobD
Counry Geo'iga Pr-3a.e i ,i expect 1o De ,n service by May 1 2007 Pnhas II will aci a
CCorFpreess.or ilociCin local ,nr Glyr.n Counry. Georgi and .' expected 1:, tOe ,n service r'/
Ma', 1 20.19 Prase III will include 9 8 mile- of 30-in.ri ppe p ralleling Soulnem S eiSring
pipalrne sCvlen'm rom Porn Wenronrlh in Chrirnar Count', Geo:'ragi to Rrn.i.'r, n Eiringneam
Cuunry. Georgei- one .:ompreicsr sla.ton in Lierry Cc'ounry Georgia and orie ccn-press..r
ialicr, ,in Na1 au Curil Florida Phase III i- eAxpecld Ic-. e ,rn .cer..:c, cy Mal, 1 2010
upon l ne ,:omilelori cl allr mree pnases. rhc Cvprecs F Peline wll be artle 1) provide
500 00 000 M.a of firm Iranzportalion ern.ice AsEumrrrg ire limelv reeiApl ol a11 requned reg.-
ulaion, approval Souirlmrn anlicipares ccmmrncinrg cor.rnruilTion in ir, e lai of 2006
Srculd' j ,u'r prjopen.r/ ,- crlr l ic i alec ted.: ir, e Cyrer. P;pei;ne ProjeIC a
repr-esenFalI.e 31 i Sr.uin,.rn .rould rn,,e 3re ,.dv uicoa i-a ,Ou l' d':u. ]irie prc'ieri Our
d-elerminrliCn ir. l Iihe Cypres Ppehreln Pr:ole.:'l ma~i arN-: your prroperrs, is ,aied On a prE-
Irinary,. ille 'carcn FERC ra an irlrmal, rn pampnliel Ca'.ieale r,-nlllcE An Irlerl.ale
Gas Facii, or my L.andr Wnal D': I I'-eed Tc. Know" c.Tr, ol- weOle lc,-: aler 1
WWiVo fIr.: go.. Iriral pro,.ide.: iEpoi.nsrn irn rmr Ionalic i oaGul an irni..uj ii nrgr in dealing ..,-ir,
.C pipelh e pr':,'lil A .:.p, m -. be .. ,r, e d Iee .: .:-rar 3c ..ill1,n. FERC i Onrh:e ciC
E,.lernal Atf3,r a' 13I-5"'- 2081'6 Cl"
Southern has mailed notices to governmental entities and to landowners direct-
ly affected by this project and to landowners whose property abuts the project. If you have
not received such a notice, your property is most likely not affected. You have a right to'par-
-ticipate in the FERC i:.n'-i.dira.lc.ri, Cl: Souunlrn i eppir, l jr .a.j : nd. express your views to
tthe FERC. If yoiu '.ou l Ire 0 ,r lee r .e ,r, in SjuJlrrrn-. 3 apple. : jai ,n pr.:.,e.,:Q. ,'ou rrnJs l
contact FERC :,;' rrlii. Ir r.lagale .Ronan Sali. *ec'reiar,- Fedieral Enrerg, ReA.ulial.r,
Commission, 888 Frsl Sireei. N E WalVh.nang:..-, DC i:042 'ou must reference docket
number CP05-388-000 in your correspondence with the FERC.
S Souihernr aill ir;i.e io be a good neighbor as it undertakes the construction of
;ti Cvpreis P.peri-,e Prc'leci To reque1l a copy of Southem's application or to ask ques-
Ionrsc:.ncerrnrq ir.eCi pres Pipeline Project, please contact Jim Lawn at 1-800-348-4174
.orby writing to 777 Gloucester Street, Suite 101, Brunswick, GA 31520.


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Southern Natural Gas
Southeorga e



legal no..4146 published July 7 prid.l 4,2005 in -Clay County's Clay Today newspaper.


Echevarria &Associates,'P.A.
P.O. Box 25018. .
Tampa, Florida 33622-5018
F05007866
legal no. 4205 published July 14 and 21,
2005 in Clay.County's Clay Today news-
paper.


ABN.AMRO MORTGAGE GROUP, INC.,
Plaintiff
vs.
TONY E. SMITH, IF LIVING, AND IF DEAD,
THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE, HEIRS, DE-
VISEES, GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES,
LIENORS, CREDITORS, TRUSTEES AND
ALLOTHER PARTIES CLAIMING All INTER-
EST BY, THROUGH UNDER OR AGAINST
TONY E. SMITH; TERRI A. SMITH, IF LIVING,
AND-IF DEAD, THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE,
HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES,. AS-
SIGNEES,, LIENORS, 'CREDITORS,
TRUSTEES AND ALL OTHER PARTIES
CLAIMING AN INTEREST BY, THROUHG,
UNDER OR AGAINST TERRI A. SMITH;
JOHN DOE AND JANE DOE AS UNKNOWN
TENANTS IN POSSESSION, Defendants)
RE-NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to an
Order Granting the Motion to Reset Foreclo-
sure Sale dated July 1, 2005 entered in Civil
Case No. 10-04-CA-667 of the Circuit Courtof
the 4th Judicial Circuit in and for Clay County,
.GREEN COVE SPRINGS, FLORIDA, I will sell
to tre rni,~rnel rnd best bidder for cash at the
Irenr i lEp.. -l iri Ca-, County Courthouse,
825 rI Orr nge a enue. Green Cove Springs,
Florida AT 10:00 A.M. ON THE 3RD DAY OF
AUGUST. 2005, the following described prop-
Serty as set forth in said Summary Final Judg-
ment, to-wit:.
-LOT 111, RUSSELL OAKS, ACCORDING
TO PLAT THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 22, PAGES 68, 69, 70 AND 71
OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Dated this 5th day of July, 2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Circuit
Court, by* Holly Hurlburt, 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-
9'5,.'-71 I TDDI .;r 1-800-955-8770, via Flori-
da Relay Service.
DAVID J. STERN, P.A.
801 S. University Drive Suite 500
Plantation, FL 33324
(954) 233-8000
04-29642(SLHM)
legal no. 4206 published July 14 and 21,
2005 in Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF'THE FOURTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, CIVIL ACTION, CASE
NO: 10-2003-CA-1061, DIV. A
:THE BANK OFNEW YORK, ACTING SOLE-
LY IN ITS CAPACITY AS TRUSTEE FOR
EQUICREDIT CORPORATION TRUST 2001-
2,'Plaintiff
vs.
THE. UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, LIENORS, CRED-
ITORS,- TRUSTEES, OR OTHER-
CLAIMANTS CLAIMING BY. THROUGH.
UNDER JErj ,'GIESECKE DECEASED
ET AL Deirendansr,.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a'
Final Judgment of Mortgage Foreclosure
dated July 05, 2005 and entered in Case No.
-10-2003-CA-10.61; of theCircuit Court of the'
Fourth Judicial'Circuitin and for Clay County,
Florida wherein THE BANK.OF NEW YORK,
ACTING SOLELY IN ITS CAPACITY AS
TRUSTEE FOR EQUICREDIT CORPORA-,
TION TRUST 2001-2, is the Plaintiff ard THE
UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
ASSIGNEES, LIENORS, CREDITORS,
TRUSTEES, OR OTHER CLAIMANTS.
CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER, JENNY
GIESECKE, DECEASED; GREGORY D.
GIESECKE, AS PERSONAL REPRESENTA-
TIVE AND POSSIBLE HEIR OF THE ESTATE
OF JENNY GIESECKE, DECEASED; GRE-
GORY D. GIESECKE AS AN HEIR-OF THE
ESTATE'. OF JENNY GIESECKE, DE-
CEASED; STEPHEN H. GIESECKE, AS AN
HEIR OF THE ESTATE OF JENNY:
GIESECKE, DECEASED; ANY AND ALL UN-
KNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING. BY,
THROUGH, UNDER, AND AGAINST THE
HEREIN NAMED INDIVIDUAL DEFEN-.
DANT(S) WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE
DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID .UN-
KNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN INTER-
.ESTAS SPOUSES, HEIRS, DEVISEES, OR
OTHER CLAIMANTS; CITIFINANCIAL EQUI-
TY SERVICES, INC.; TANGLEWOOD
NEIGHBOR'S ASSOCIATION, INC.; we are
Defendants, I will sell to the highest and best
bidder for cash at front door of the-Clay Coun-
ty Courthouse, Green Cove Springs, Florida
AT 10:00 A.M. ON THE 3RD DAY OF AU-
GUST. 2005. the following described property
as set forth in said Final Judgment: ,
LOT 45, BLOCK 3, REPLAT OF TANGLE-
WOOD VILLAGE, UNIT 2, ACCORDING TO-
THE PLAT THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 14, PAGES.4, 5 AND 6, PUBLIC
RECORDS'OF CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA.
a/k/a 2798 MESQUITE AVENUE, ORANGE
PARK, FL 32065.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of this Court
on July 6, 2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Circuit
Court, by: Amie Herrera, deputy clerk.
ECHEVARRIA & ASSOCIATES, P.A.
P.O. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida 33622-5018
F03011696
legal no. 4207 published July 14 and 21,-
2005 in Clay County's Clay Today hews-
paper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTH JUDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND'FOR CLAY COUNTY,
FLORIDA, CASE NO: -,':'.i. i P: .,0,' 3.-
AXXX, DIV. CV-A
In Re: The Estate of:-
HUGH L. ALTMAN, deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tr., .a-,m.nrr,'-ii ,r oiire. -.arle .I HLIGi L
*.LTI.1MI ,3I .. 'eC e i~ r,,---e,. a r, de t i,:a C
Sepemle rer 11 l'0i.4 Fil F r rnemo r iol2,04.l-
CP-000338, is pending in the Circuit Court for
Clay County, Florida, Probate Division, the ad-
dress of which is Clay County Courthouse,
Post Office Box.698, Green Cove'Springs,
Florida 32043. The names and addresses of
the personal representative and the personal
representative's-attorney are set forth below.
All creditors of the estate bf the decedent and
other persons having claims or demands
against decedent's estate or whom a cop of
this notice has been '.er:e music lIe Iir.er
claims with this Court WITHIN THE LATER OF
THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
_ THE FIRST.PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.


CLAY TODAY LEGALS 904-264-3200 X130 FAX# 904-264-3285


NOTICE OF HEARING TO IMPOSE AND


PROVIDE FOR COLLECTION OF SOLID

WASTE DISPOSAL ASSESSMENTS

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Board of County Commissioners of Clay County, Florida, will conduct a public hearing to,
Consider the imposition of assessments against certain improved residential properties located within the Clay County S.,il Waste
r.lunicpal Binieril Unit, which serves the unincorporated area of Clay County, to fund the costs of solid waste disposal er.i.,.e anr
laCiihei- .to -u.:n properties and to auirrize the collection of such assessments on the annual ad valorem tax bill. Failure to pay the
assessments may result in the loss or ieii 10 juicr, property,' by tax deed sale. A public hearing to receive comments from affected
Property owners and to authorize the imp,:,os.i,:n anr c:ollAcon of the Solid Waste Disposal Assessments will be held at 3:30 p.m. on:
August 9, 2005 in the Board of County Commissioners Meeting room, 4th Floor, 477 Houston Street, Clay County Administration
Building, Green Cove Springs, FL 32043. All affected property owners have a right to appear at the hearing and to file written
objections with the Board within 20 days of this notice. Actions p-. '
taken by the Board at. the public hearing shall be the final -' '
adjudication of the issues presented, including the method.of .-
apportionment, the rate of assessment and the imposition of --
assessments, unless proper steps shall be initiated in a court of '
competent, jurisdiction to secure relief within 20 days from the ..
date of Board action at the hearing. Any person wishing to appeal t- t '/
any decision-of the Board with respect to any matter considered
will need a record and may wish to ensure that a verbatim record
is made. .
The assessment will be computed by multiplying the number of. .
dweli;ng uniIs or, each parcel by the rate of assessment. The rate i. -.'-
of assessment for the fiscal year beginning October 1, 2005 and -.
ending on September 30, 2006 shall be $84.00. When applicable. .- "
the assessments will include an amount equivalent to the -
payment delinquency for the prior year's Solid Waste Disposal .
Assessment. Copies of theAssessment Roll, showing eh amount -
of the assessments imposed against each parcel of property, and
'the legal documentation relating to the assessments are
available for inspection at the office of the- County Manager, IT IS THE INTENT OF
located on-the fourth floor of the Clay County Administration THI MAP T DEPICT ALLANDS
Building, 477 Houston Street, Green Cove Springs, FL 32043 ~ *JTH WITHIN IMAP TO RPORATED
between the hours of 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through WITHIN UNINCORPORATED
Friday. In accordance wilr Ir.e Arrercans With Disabilities Act, CLAY COUNTY "
any person needing 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 number (904).284/269-6347 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 the Florida Relay Service at 1-800-955-8770 (Voice) or 1-800-955-8771 (TDD)..
If you have any questions, please contact the Clay County Environmental Services Department at the following telephone number:
284-6374, 284-6389, 269-6389,.269-6300, 284-6300, 473-3711 or 533-2111.

Board of County Commissioners Clay County, Florida.

S. .. .,, .. .LegaJ nWo. .4194 publUshedJuly 14, 2005 In Clay.County's Clay,Today newspaper. ,


___


July 14, 2005

ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOR-
EVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIOD
SET FORTH ABOVE,. AIj CLAIM FILED:
TWO '1) YEARS AFTER THE DEC EDEIlT'S
.DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED, -.- ''
The date of trhe lirl pubi:aiaion ol iriiE lJollce
is July 14,2005.
Attorney for Pe-on'r.sl Reprecseniai.ve
DOUGLAS A: OBERDORFER. ESQUIRE
=Iorde Bar N 0 9 3 :9'?2 E"' .
.'18EailAshley Stlei : :
.Jacksonmile. FlorIda 32202, : -*. "";
(904) 354-5454.
Personal Representative: .
SUSAN ALTMAN
5975 County Road 352
Keystone Heights, Floria 32656 .
legal no. 4208 published July 14 and 21,
2005 In Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper.


NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
SNotice rerb 'j- aen hr, iirne undersigried,
pursuant to the "Fictitious Name Statutes,"
Chapter No. 9-267, L.aw. oi FloIda SeCion
865.09; Florida Statutes all regiaer wan Ir.e
Dipannrlir i orl c ait Divii.rn ol CCorporarjon -
upon re.e ,pi :1 :.Ipr l u pu ticaiir, '.:. r,, nC.-
tice, the fictitious name, to wit: '
GREEN'S ROCK, SAND AND MULCH
Under which I/we/am/are engaged in business
at:
2580 BLENDING BLVD.. MIDDLEBURG, FL.
32068-. .
That the party/parties riterested in said busi- '
ness enterprise is/are as follows:
JACK GREEN
LEGAL NO.4209
Published July 14, 2005 in Clay County's
Clay Today newspaper. .


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR CLAY.COUN-
TY. FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION, FILE IJO.
CFP .,,-'. CIv E
IN RE: ESTATE OF PHYLLIS ARrJE A'K A
.PHYLLIS A. ARNE, deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of PHYLLIS.:
SARNE A/K/A PHYLLIS A. ARNE, deceased,
whose date of death was, March 16, 2004 ;
,ra.n irir ir, C ir.r:u.j Court for ClalyCounty;
FIor..a, F.' tlI r,..:i.:., File lutbioe, CP-05-
171, Division E, the address of which is P.O.
Box 698 G-re.-n iC .:..e :.prn.- FL-:j204 ? Tr.e .
names anl a.d reC :.i I, i e pre.i.irna repre-
i nlan1i'. e an'd -l h ., -.:.r,- i repre e' rl.lia : i .. I-
i:or r e y f',,T Lor. te ... .
All creditors of the oa-ceer, r r .rnl. ,:rier per.
sons, who have claimrr ojr liemandr a.ar! st
decedent's estate on ..r.on, a c:pv of Ir... rno
tice has'been served rrmusll ti Ir.er clain .
with this court ON OR BEFORE THE LATER ,
OF THE l,'TE THAT IS THREE I !i'r.lI]TH,
AFTER THE D.-TE OF THE FIRST PUIBLICA-
TIOi OF TI-tIl IIOTICE OR THIRT', .130
CDA'i AFTEh THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All .-lir.r .:rie .1i s o lr Ire ose.cen-r.l anrl oiher
pefsori ni wrho r.jIre ral.ms :i.r daemarnis Cag.irie
tre dece'jdiiEl e C-ia musd hiwe Ireir claims
wa*r, Irns cOunr WITHIN THREE 131 MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE
ALL CL.AI~.Ij NOT SO.FILED WILL BE FOR-
EVER BARRED
NOTWITHSTAIJDIIG THE TIME PERIOD .
SET FORTH ABOvE. ANY'f CLAIM FILED
.TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH iS BARRED







uTlv 14. 2005


J-J -- --..


THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE I.S: July 14, 2005. .
Attorney for Personal Representative:.
ROBERTJ. DYKES, ESQ.,
Attorney for Ancillary Personal Representative.
Florida Bar No: 0089346
Watson & Osbome, P.A.
155 Blanding.Boulevard, Suite 5
Orange Park, FL. 32073
(904) 272-4918

MarkAre
Ancillary Personal Representative
3675 Winged Foot Circle
Green Cove Springs, FL. 32043.
LEGAL NO. 4210 Published July 14 and
21, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA. IN 4ND FOR CLAY COUNTY,
CIVIL DIVISION CASE NOQ:2005-CA-646-E
CITIFINANCIAL, INC. SUCCESSOR BY
MERGER TO WASHINGTON MUTUAL FI-
NANCE, LLC, Plaintiff
vs.
JEANETTE L CANNON; CARS J.
SHEFFIELD; THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
CARIS J. SHEFFIELD; THE UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF JEANETTE L. CANNON; LEIA
DARLENE BEASLEY; JEANETTE L. CAN-
NON;. IF LIVING, INCLUDING ANY UN-
KNOWI SPOUSE OF SAID DEFEIJDANT'iSi
IF REMARRIED AND IF DECEASED THE
RESPECTIVE UNKNOWN HEIRS DE-
VISEES. GRANTEES. ASSIGNEES. CREDI-
TORS. LIENORS. ANDTRUSTEES,ANDALL
OTHER PERSONS CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER' OR AGAINST THE
NAMED DEFENDANTSS. WELLS FARGO FI-
NANfCIAL FLORIDA INC F.'A NORWEST.
FiNJAICIAL FLORIDA. INC.. WHETHERDIS- .
SOLVED OR PRESENTLY EXISTING, TO-
GETHER WITH ANY GRANTEES,
ASSIGNEES, CREDITORS, LIENORS OR
TRUSTEES OF SAID DEFENDANTS AND
ALL OTHER PERSONS CLAIMING BY.,
THROUGH, UNDER, OR AGAINST DEFEN-:
DANTISI UNKNOWN TENANT #1 UN-
KNOWN TENANT N2 Delendanitsi
NOTICE FACTION
TO- JEANETTE L. CANNON: CARS J
SHEFFIELD: THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
CARS J. SHEFFIELD THE UNKN OWN
SPOUSE OF JEANETTE L CANNOfi LEIA
DARLENE BEASLEY IF LIVING INCLUDING
ANY UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF SAID DEFEII
DAtjT(ISI IF REMARRIED. AID IF DE.
CEASED THE RESPECTIVE UNKIjOWrN
HEIRS. DEVISEES GRArjTEES AS-
SSIGNEES. CREDITORS LIENtORS. AIND
S TRUSTEES, ArD ALL OTHER PERSOtIS
CLAIMING BY. THROUGH UNDER OR
AGAiSIiT THE NAMED DEFEIIDAITISi.
VWro-e residence are.is ur.knc.'r..
STO: uItKrJOWN TEIJIAIT i1 UNJKIIOWNI.
TEIIAIIT s2
Whc.,e res.den.ce .s 5900 OAKLEAF ROAD
-KEYSTONE HEIGHTS FL 32656
YOu ARE HEREBY requijiied ic hie vour ln-
S wer or written defenses ,i any in ihe atr..'ie
pr:oceedi;rg wtlh ine Clerwk ,f Inas Couun, anid i.
servee a ccpy ihereol upon irie plairiri arlor.
n;v wsrhose name and address appears here"
on. cO'-or before AugusI 16. 2005. irne nature
ol inis proceeding being a suit or Ilrec.losure
or mongage against the olilw.n.in des.:cried
property to wi.
LOT 3 BLOCK 5. BIG TREE LAKES SuB
DIVISION SECTION B ACCORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 12 PAGES 1 THROUGH 9 OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY'
FLORIDA
To'include a :
1995 FLEETCRAFT MOBILE HOME. VIIl
GAFLR39A01838VH AND TITLE #66883320
a.Ka
5900 OAKLEAF ROAD
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. FL 32656
II you Iail to file your answer or wrinen de-
lenses n Inhe adove proceeding, on plainltii's
ahorney a delaull will Be entered againms you
lor the rebel demanded in tne Complaint or Pe-
lilion
Dated at Clay County nis 51nr day or July.
2005
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT. Clerk or Ime Circuil
Court by Amie Herrera. deputy clerk.
In accordance w;lri the American with DisabilD
ilies Act ol 1990, persons needing a special
accommodation io panicipale in this proceed-
ing should contact Ihe ASA Coordinator no
later Ian seven (7) days prior lo the proceed-
ings. If neanng impaired, please call 18001955.
9771 (TDD) or (800) 955-8770 (voice) via
Florida Relay Service.
Law offices of Daniel C. Consuegra
9204 King Palm Drive
Tampa. FL 33619-1328
(8131 915-8660
artomey lor plainlitt
legal no. 4211 published July 14 and 21,
2005 in Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY. FLORIDA. CASE NO: 2005-CA.
442, DIV: B
SUNSEEKER INVESTMENTS, INC.. a Flor-
da corporation. Plaln;i
vs.
FLORIDA ATLANTIC DEVELOPMENT -
CORP.. a Florida corporation, which rhas been
dissolved and which is not known ,t be doing
business and in operation ais unknown de-
visees. granlees assignees. Ienors, creditors,
trustees. partners, and all other claimants
claiming by, through. under, or against it, and
he several and respective unlknlqn ,iSaig. r ..


successors in interest, trustees, or any other.
legal person claiming by through, under, or-
against Florida Atlantic Development Corp.,
and all claimants, persons or parties, natural
or corporate, or whose exact legal status is un-
opmeris Corp.. or claiming to nave any righl.
while or inleresI in ana to ine lands hereafter dea-
scnbed, Defendants.
NOTICE FACTION
TO: FLORIDA ATLANTIC DEVELOPMENT
CORP., a Florda Corporation which has Deen
dissolved and which is not known to be doing
business and in operation, its unknown de-
visees grantees assignees Ilenors. creditors.
trustees partners and all other claimants.
claiming by. inrcougn under or againsi it, and
the several and respective unknown assigns
successors"in interest. Trustees. or any olner
legal person claiming by, through, under, or
against Florida Atlantic Development Corp ,
and all claimants, person. or panies natural
or corporate or whose exact legal status is un-
known claiming under F.onda Allantic Devel.-
opment Corp., or claiming to have any right,'
tille or inleresl in a ad n10 e i ri d. hereaher de-
scribed:
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that.an action to quiet
title to-the following property in Clay County:
LOT 11 BLK 95 HIGHRIDGE ESTATES, AS
RECORDED IN.THE OFFICIAL RECORDS
BOOK 1419 PAGE 2197 OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA;
AND ALSO DESCRIBED.AS PARCEL NO. 21-7
08-23-004205-000-00; MORE COMMONLY.
KNOWN AS 7415 WHEATOA STREET, KEY-
STONE HEIGHTS. FLORIDA
has been 'ied against you and you are re .
quired to serve a copy ol your wrinen dealers.
es, if any, to II or. JAMES E. KALLAHER.


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING TO CONSIDER IMPOSITION OF SPECIAL
ASSESSMENTS PURSUANT TO SECTION 170.07, FLORIDA STATUTES.
BY MAGNOLIA WEST COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT,

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING TO CONSIDER ADOPTION OF
ASSESSMENT ROLL PURSUANT TO SECTION 197.3632(4)(b),
FLORIDA STATUTES, BY THE MAGNOLIA WEST
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT

The Magnolia West Community Developmenl District Board ol Supervisors ("Board")'
will hold a public hearing at 3 00 p.m.. on Wednesday. August 3. 2005. at the Orange
Park Inn, St: Jonns Room. 150 Park Avenue. Orange Park. Florda to consider the
adoption oi an assessment roll, the imposition ol special assessments to secure pro-
posed Series 2005 Special Assessment Revenue Bonds on benefited lands within the
Magnolia West Commrundi Development Dislrictl DiSlrcl"), a depiction of which lands
is shown below and 10 provide lor Ihe levy collection and entorcemeni of ithe assess
mrenis

The public: nearing is being conducted pursuant 10 Chapters 170, 190 and 197,.
Flor.dStaSlules Develop able areas within the Distr.ct located in Clay Counry gener-
ally described as lyng on County Road 315, West ol rMagnolia Goll and Counlry Club,
wil be improved A description ol the property to De assessed and Ihe amount to be
ascsssed ti' each piece or parcel ol property may be as3erlainred a ine District's
Records Onicce located al ihe police or IRoben Aguilar. Esq, 1045 1I. Orange Avenue
Suite #3 Green Cove Springs. Florda 320-13-2529, and al the utfi.:e Co in DisiricI
Manager located al 210 tl. Universal, DOrve Suite 800 Coral Spring' Fo.iai 33071

The proposed schedule il asseismeriilr include up Io ihirry I 30i annual insiainmeni
comlimencing no: sooner inan won Irne tax nlotc.e I: be mailed cty the ia colleci'r in
ljovembter 2006. Tr.ese assessmerirs w.ll be ccollecied on Ir.n Clayy Cournt' lax roll by
Ihe Tav Collecior The arriouni lirie loail annual assessiTents under ir.i. proposed
Financing will be in acccirdance wlln Ihe Disiricl s method oI asssssmrni, whicn rs a all-
able ior inspeclitn at the above lisled addieses Tne method ol asesmerni alloca.es
Ihe Di:-ltic s Itoal anicipaled 1-DIel over tre t-benieiled property wilin ine Disiricl The
annual assessment levied against earin parcel will be tasedo on repaymeral over Ihiny
1301 years cl the I:lal debl allocated i0 eacr parcel Trhe Disiric expects to collect Sut-
licient revenues lo retire no more than $12,960 000 in debt o be issuedd by Ine District
exclusive or tees and cosIs ol collection or enlorcemenl. discounts for early payment
and inleresl

All affected property owners have ine Tight i appear 31 ine public nearJng and the
right to file wrinen oblecions wiln me DIisilnc wdihin twenry (20) days o01 he public action
of this notice.

II anyone chooses Io appeal any decision of Ihe Board with respect Io any maher con-
sidered at1 ie nearing. such person wilI need a record or ine proceedings and snbuld
accordingly ensure that a verbalim record or the proceeding, is made. which includes
the testimony and evidence upon which such appeal is to be based The public hear-
Ing may oe continued to a date and irme cenain Ihat will De announced al the hearing.
. Any person requiring special accommodations at this meeting Decause oa a disability
or physical impairment should coniacl the Dislricl Ofice al (9541 753-0380 at least five
calendar days pror to tne meeting.

George Flint, Manager


legal no. 4167 published July 7 and 14, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper.
I i CIr '


ESO Plainiff's attorney. whose address is
PO Box 8720, Fleming Island. Florida 32006,
on or oelore AUGUST 29. 2005. and Iie me
original with Ihe Clerk ol this Coun eitner be-'
lore service on Plaintirt's alorney or immedi-
ately therearler. otherwise a delault will be
entered against you for Lre reel demanded in
the Complaint or Pellion.
Dated tnis 1 1ln day ol July. 2005
ISEALI JAMES B. JETT. Clerk of the Court
by Brenda Benneth. deputy clerk.
legal no. 4212 published July 14,21, 28 and
August 4,2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR CLAN
COUNTY, FLORIDA CASE 110 05-CA-1-46
DIV E
MIRIAM ZEID, TRUSTEE AS TO 36 36-. AND
BONNIE ABRAHAMSOfI A3 TO 63 64:
Plaintll,

WAYrE A LUIICEFORD et al. Delenrdinis.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO WAYijE A LUrICEFORD and MISTY M
LutICEFORD. iI living and I laeceased THE
UNJKI OW IJ HEIRS. DEVISEES. GRAlNTEES
ASSIGtiEES CREDITORS LIEIIORS.
TRUSTEES AtJD OTHER PERSONS CLAIM.
INIG B,' THROUGH UNDER OR AGAINST
THEM
Residence Unknown
Lasl Known Ma.ilng Address: 1325 Secrel'
Cove. Modaiourig. FL
THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF BARBARA J
SMITH. lI any. i living and de:easEc THE
UNKrIOWI HEIRS, DEVISEES. GRANTEES
ASSIGNEES, CREDITORS LIENORS
TRUSTEES ANtD OTHER PERSOrIS CLAIM.,


Section B-23


ING BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST
HIM'
Residence Unknown
SLast Known Mailing Address Unknown
YOU ARE NOTIFIED thal an achon to fore-
Sclose a mongage on Ihe lollowng property in
Clay County Florida.
ALL THAT PART OF THE WEST 330 00 FEET
OF THE EAST 2310.02 FEET LYING NORTH
OF THE SOUTH 5232,0 FEET OF SECTION
25, TOWNSHIP 4 SOUTH. RANGE 23 EAST.
CLAY COUNTY. FLORIDA SUBJECT TO:
AND TOGETHER WITH AN EASEMENT FOR;
INGRESS AND EGRESS COVERING THE
NORTH 1192.00 FEET OF THE SOUTH 5232
FEET OF THE WEST 15 FEET OF THE EAST
2160.02 FEET OF SAID SECTION 25
has been ied aga.nsl you and CLAY COUIJ-
T' CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT, FIRST-
SUN FINANCIAL. INrCL: AtD BOARD OF.
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF CLAY'
COUNTY, FLORIDA and you are required li
serve a copy o0 your written deienses I tanv
to I :n SIDEIIE E LEWIS ESOUIRE plain-
itif s anlorney whose address i 300 West
AdamsStreel Sule 300i Jackionv.ile Florida
32202 wlnhin 310 ,davS athr ire i.n t publicallon
oI Ithi notice and Iile ie original W ih rhe Clerk .
ol Ihis Court ellher rcbev.re service on plamiln's
anolrney or immred.1elly there iler olherwie
a delfaull ill oe enrered againsi vc'u ior Ine re-


RESOLUTION 2005-17

A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE tMA1NOLIA WEST
COMMUNITY' DEVELOPMErJT DISTRICT DECLARING SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS:
INDICATING THE LOCATION. NATURE AND ESTIMATED COST OF THOSE INFRA-
STRUCTURE IMPROVEMENTS WHOSE COST IS TO BE DEFRAYED BY THE SPE-
CIAL ASSESSMENITS- PROVIDING THE PORTION OF THE ESTIMATED COST OF
THE IMPROVEMENTS TO BE DEFRAYED BY THE SPECIAL ASSESSMENT. PROVID-
ING THE MANNER IN WHICH SLICH SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS SHALL BE MADE;
PROVIDING WHEN SUCH SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS SHALL BE MADE DESIGNAT-
ING LANDS UPON WHICH THE SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS SHALL BE LEVIED- PRO-
VIDING FOR AN ASSESSMENT PLAT ADOPTING A PRELIMINARY ASSESSMENT
ROLL; PROVIDING FOR PUBLICATION OF THiS RESOLUTION.

WHEREAS, the Board ol Supervisors of the Magnolia West Communiry Developmeni D. Lnci
(the Board I hereby determines to undertake, install, plan, establish consiruci or reconstruct
enlarge or extend, equip. acquire. operate. anidor ma.nlain the inlrasiruclure improvements
("Improvements") cescnoed in ExhiDo A incorporated herein ry reference" and

WHEREAS, iI ,s in the best interest ol the Magnolia West Community Development
District ("District") to pay the cost ol ihe Improvements by special assessment pursuanl
to Chapter 190, Florida Statutes ( Assessments'); and

WHEREAS. the District is empowered by Chapter 190, the .Uniform Community
Development District Act and Chapter 170. Supplemental and Allemainve Method ol
Making Local Municipal Improvements, Florida Stalules. 10 finance tund. plan. establisn
acquire, construct or reconslruil. enlarge or extend, equip, ope:ale, and maintain mIle
Improvements and to impose, levy and collect the Assessmenrts as declined below, and

WHEREAS. Ire Desiricl hereby determines inral ienelis will accrue to the
property irrmproved. Ihe amount of hose benelils, and nal special assessmenic will be
made in proportion to mIe benelirs received as set lorin in Evhibit B incorporated here-
in by reference and on file at tne orlce ol Robern Aguiiar. Esq 10415 lJ Orange A.enue.
Suite #3 Green Cove Springs. Florida 32013-2529 I District Records Onrtice arid

WHEREAS. the Dilrnci rieirty jealerminer. Ihal irn asessm.rreniz to Ibe leiEid ,*Ai nor
exceed Ihe benellis iu me propy.."pr.';cd

IlOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE
MAGNOLIA WEST COI.MUUIIITY' DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT:

1 Assessmenit shall be evie .ad to detrav Ie cost of the Irrprovemenls.

2 The nature and general location il. and plans and spectiicallons lor Ihe improvement
are described in E also on tile and available lor public inspection at Ine same ic-calon

3 The otal estimated cost or Ihe improvements is 110.500.000 ("the Estimated Cost").

4 The Assessments willdefray approximately $12,960000 wnich includes the Esiimaied
Cost. plus linancing-relalea costs capilalized interest, debt service reserve and coniin-
gency

5.Te manner in which the Assessments shall be apportioned and paid is set forth in
Exhibit B including provisions lor supplemental assessment resolutions.

6 The Assessments shall be levie., within the Dislricl, on all lots and lands adjoining and
contiguous or bounding and abuning upon such improvements or specially benefitted
thereby and further designated by the assessment plal nereinalter provided lor

7.There is on ile, at the Distrct Records Office, an assessment plal showing Ine area to be
assessed, with'certain plans and specifications describing the Improvements and the
Estimated Cost of.the Improvements, all of which shall be open to inspection by the public.

B.Commencing wilh the year in which the Assessments are confirmed, the Assessments
shall be paid in not more than (30) Inirry annual installments. The Assessments may be
payable at the same time and in the same manner as are ad-valorem taxes and collected.
pursuant to chapter 197. Florida Staultes. provided, however, that in tne event the uniform
non ad-valorem assessment method ol collecting Ihe Assessments is not available to the
District in any year, or if determined by the District to be in its best interest, the Assessments
may be collected as is otherwise permitted by law.

9.The District Manager has caused to be made a preliminary assessment roll, in accor-
dance with the method ol assessment descnbed in Exhibit B hereto, which shows the lots
and lands assessed, the amount ol benefit to and the assessment against each lot or par-
cel of land and tme number of annual installments into which the assessment may be divid-
ed. which is hereby adopted and approved as Ihe District s preliminary assessment roll.

10.The Board shall adopt a subsequent resolution to fix a time and place at which the
owners ol property to be assessed or any olner persons interested therein may appear
before Ihe Board and be heard as to the propriety and advisability of the assessments or
Ire making ol the improvements, the cost thereof, the mannerof payment therefore, or the
amount Ihereof to be assessed against each property as improved.

11.The District Manager is nereby directed to cause this Resolution to be published twice
once a week tor two (2) weeks in a newspaper ol general circulation within Clay County
and to provide such other notice as may be required by law or desired in the Dest inter-
ests of the District.

12.This Resolution shall become ettecrive upon its passage.

PASSED AND.ADOPTED this 1st day of June, 2005.

ATTEST:BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE MAGNOLIA WEST COMMUNITY
DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT

Secretary, James Perry
Chairman, Curtis Hart

Exhibit A Engineers Report dated May 5, 2005
Exhibit B Assessment Methodology Report dated May 31, 2005
legal no. 4168 published July 7 and 14, 2005 In Clay County's Clay Today newspaper.


CLAY TODAY LEGALS 904-264-3200 X130 FAX# 904-264-3285


Ilel demanded in the complaint or petllton
WITNESS my hand and seal of this count on
the 71h day ol. July. 2005
ISEAL) JAMES B. JETT. Clerk o1 ihe Circuit
Coun. by- Amie Herrera. deputy clerk
legal no. 4213 published July 14 and 21,
2005 in Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper.


NOTICE OF INTEND TO ADOPT RULE
A public nearing will be held lor ite following
to be taken inlo consideration. an amendment
to tne Dismissal Policy lor Ine Radiologic Te:ch-
nology Program at SJRCC.
Tne pubic rearing will DOe reid at S1 Johns
River Cormmrruny College, Patlai3k Campus
5001 S1 Johns Ave Palaialk FL on Wednes.
day. August 17.2005 3a5 00 p m
Aulho)ril ror Ine rules 1 ljund in Florida
latultes. Seclonins 1001.64 and 10014.5. and
in Secllon c A.1-1 0247. Admirnisirailve Rules
Florda Stale eoard ol Educ.ali.n
Estimaled economic impactr oin all anleled
persons cannot.be determined 1a Inis I.me.
Trie per son io be conialctd regarding Ihe pio,
posed pcol.:y IS Ine E,-eculr,. V-,ei Pres:i
derintGeneral Counsel a31 I B61 31j 1106,
legal no. 4214 published July 14. 2005 in
Clay County's Clay Today newspaper.





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Secretary Thaddeus Cohen Speaks at


Economic Development Luncheon


The Economic Development
SQuarterly Luncheon held on June 9
in Orange Park featured Thaddeus
Cohen, Secretary for the Depart-
ment of Community Affairs (DCA).
Secretary Cohen delivered a
thought provoking, timely message
related to the future of Florida with
the 2005 Legislature's passage of SB
360, Growth Management Reform.
Secretary Cohen asked attendees
to think about how real concurren-


cy takes place at the time of plan-
ning and decision making. He stat-
ed that "We have a nexus
opportunity to make Florida a bet-
ter place to live, work, raise a fami-
ly, and make a future by getting
ahead of growth and development."
He pointed out that Florida's "Pay
-As You Grow" plan comprehensive-
ly addresses the three areas that de-
termine our quality of life water,.
transportation and schools. The re-


forms are centered upon accounta-
bility and delivery tied to alignment
of policy decisions, planning deci-
sions and budget.
Mr. Cohen characterized the
issue metaphorically, stating that
"Water is the one resource that is
the lifeblood of our future and must
be sustainable for years to come;
transportation is like arteries that
deliver people, goods and services
throughout our state and schools
are our intellectual capital." He
conveyed that planning strategies
on the local level should be "tai-
lored" to meet needs with align-
ment of fiscal budgets to both the
Capital Improvements Plan and
Comprehensive Land Use Plan.
Growth management affects the
economic development of Clay
County and our need for trans-
portation improvements now. Sec-
retary Cohen pointed out that he
understands that we are "creating"


DEVELOPMENT LUNCHEON, PAGE 4


Secretary Cohen stresses the importance of the "Pay As You Grow" program to those in attendance
at the luncheon.


In This Issue...
Update on Capital Tourism Bug Vegas Night
Campaign Promotion Wrap Up
Pg. 4 Pg. 5 Pg. 6


Clay County Chamber Introduces LEADS Groups

A Chamber Program to Help Small Businesses Grow


Bv Diane Hutchings
Chairperson. Membership and Investors Relations
All small business owners know
that networking is an essential in-
gredient to a successful business.
Are you looking for a way to in-
crease your networking circle? If so,
then you need to participate in the
Chamber's LEADS Groups.
The idea behind the LEADS
CGroups is to provide a structured
networking opportunity with the
purpose of increasing business for
Chamber members through refer-
rals. The LEADS groups are an ex-
cellent opportunity for the small
business owner to promote his or
her business while making impor-


tant networking contacts in the
community.
Here's how the groups will work.
Each individual LEADS Group will
determine the location, time and
number of meetings per month.
-- Duritig each -meeting, individual
Smembei s will give leads or referrals
to other group members. What
S makes th e LEADS Groups u11que is
S that you will have exclusivity within
your circle. In ot her words, you will
$1be the only real estate agent, florist,
web designer. etc. within the group.
The LEADS Groups give you a way
to market your business with no di-
The lEADS Leaders are currently recruiting members. Pictured here are [from left to right] Seana rect competition!
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CLAY COUNTY CHrAMBER OF COMMERCE
NEW MEMBER ORIENTATION
SJuly 19, 2005
Beef O'Brady's
(located at 1520 Park Avenue.
in the Park Central Plaza in Orange Park)
4:00 p.m.
All new members invited

CLAY-COUNTY CALIBER OF COMMERCE
NETWORKING OPPORTUNITIES MIXER
S: July 19, 2005::
BeefO'Brady's
(located at 1520 Park Avenue
in the Park Central Plaza in Orange Park)
S;:. / 5:00 7:00 p.m. .. :
Complimentary hours d'eouvres, cash bar, networking & door prizes
Chamber Bucks will be $600
:(will draw names until there is a winner)
CLAY COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
NEW TEACHER WELCOME BREAKFAST
: :' ^ *. July 25, 2005
Fleming Island High School
7:30 a.mn.
S $10.00 for Chamber members
: Sponsorships & promotional opportunities available
Contact Maria Aselage at 264-0718 or
Kathy Hayman at 264-7503 for more information
AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY'S 3RD ANNUAL
TENNIS FOR CANCER TOURNAMENT
July 29-31, 2005
Country Club of Orange Park
SFor more information on sponsorships or to participate,
call Therese Yanochik at 264-6039 ext. 115
If you have an event you would like to get on our community calendar, email the information to
newinfo@claychamber.org orfax it to 264-0070. If you would like to view the community calendarfor the year,
please isit our website at www.claychamber.org.

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Monthly Message from the


Chamber President


This month, two
Clay County Cham- : g
ber members re-
ceived statewide
recognition by two .-
different organiza-
tions for their lead- : *
ership and for the :
time they volunteer. Kellie o Kilber
The first is Cindy
Bosnyak of JP Perry Insurance, who
was recognized by the Florida Nurs-
ery Growers and Landscapers Asso-
ciations as the Outstanding
Chapter Secretary for the state.
Cindy has been secretary of the
Northeast Florida Chapter for 15
years. If you know Cindy, you know
how passionate she is about land-
scaping and of beautifying our com-
munity. All those years of
knowledge is put to good use when
she assists others with designing
and implementing a landscape plan.
Of course, Cindy's next big role is or-
ganizing the 2nd annual Clean Up
Clay Day on October 1. If you or
your group would like to participate
give Cindy a call at (904) 268-7310.
The second person is Jack Myers
ofReinhold Corporation. Jack was
recognized by the Florida Econom-
ic Development Council as one of
the nine Volunteers of the Year.
Jack represented the Northeast


Florida region. This award was well
deserved as Jack gives countless
hours in volunteering his time for
many organizations irn the region.
Jack's heart and soul goes into
every volunteer hour for the better-'
ment of ClayCounty. Jack believes
in the people of Clay County and
the opportunities available.
Congratulations to both Cindy
and Jack. There are hot enough
words to say how much we appre-
ciate your volunteer time.
Speaking of volunteering, volun-
teers are the :backbone of the
Chamber. Without volunteers we
could not accomplish all that we
do. We can use you and whatever
talents yoiuhave.
How can I become more in-
volved? What does the Chamber
do for me? How can I support the
community in which I.work and
live? Where can I make lasting
business contact?
As a member of the Chamber, you
have probably asked yourself one or
more of these questions at some
time. Each of you has individual
needs and motivations for involve-
ment in the-Chamber. Here are
some practical suggestions on ways
.. to become involved, to support your
community and t.o get the best re-
turn from your business investment.


1. Join a committee. There are
many opportunities to lend your
valuable expertise or gain insight
on a community issue by attending
one of the many Chamber colmmit-
tee meetings.
2. Be informed. Read the.
newsletter, or any other Chamber
publications. The monthly
Newsletter, Links, features infor-
mation on'legislative action, mar-
keting and management tips, a-
calendar of events and more.
3. Attend a special event. The
Chamber sponsors dozens of net-
working opportunities each year
including monthly networking op-
portunities mixers, luncheons and
breakfasts. Each event is a chance
to cultivate new business relation-
ships and maintain old ones.
4. Provide financial support.
Above all, the Chamber can be
more influential in all its activities
as a result of continued financial
support and the sustained involve-
ment Of the business community.
In the next few weeks, Diane
Hutchings, Prudential Financial
Services and Chamber Chairman
of the Members and Investors Re-
lations, will be holding a member-
ship drive. This drive will be
different from previous drives as
Diane and her team have devel-


oped a list to recruit members.
Diane is working with the Cham-
ber Board of Directors on this
drive. We are asking for your assis-
tance to help us find great candi-
dates to join our Chamber. We
hope you will inform, educate and'
testify to possible new members
about the value of a Chamber
membership. For more informa-
tion on the drive, contact Maria
Aselage at 264-0718 or at
maselage@claychamber.com..
Finally, our Business and Educa-
tion Committee has been busy get-
ting ready for the New Teachers'
Breakfast on Monday, July 25th at
7:30 a.m. at Fleming Island High
School. Sue Gaffney of Sylvan Learn-
ing Center is leading our team of vol-
unteers. Don't miss the opportunity
to give something to put in the bags
for our new-teachers. We are looking
for items that are useful to the teach-
ers. Also, join us at the breakfast to
welcome the teachers. Tickets are
$10 and can be purchased at the
Chamber. This is a great way to say
"welcome to Clay County and thank
you" for you service.
Until next month, enjoy the final
days of the school summer break.
Remember to do business with
Chamber members and help us as
we Focus onthe Future.


CLAY COUNTY

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE STAFF


Kellie Jo Kilberg, President 264-2651
Maria Aselage Director of Communications &
Membership 264-0718
Kathy Hayman, Business Development Manager 264-7503
Danita Andrews, Economic Development Manager 264-1005
Eve Szymanski, Director of Tourism Development
Division 394-7401
Kimberly Bashant, Administrative Assistant 264-2651
Betty Hicks, Office Manager 394-7198
Leah Zdenek, Program Assistant 264-7504
Margaret Johnson, Program & Research Coordinator 264-7373


OFFICIALS
CHAIRMAN
David Robertson
CHAIRMAN ELECT
Robert Krieger
CHAIR FINANCE
Tim Coleman
GENERAL COUNSEL
David A. King


George A. Bush
Mark Butterworth
Curt Cavins
BarbMaa Coleman
Bruce Ferguson
Diane Hutchings
Marge Hutton


Frank Miller
Greg Moorehead
Jessica Murray
Jack Myers
Van Royal
Jerry Scally
Theresa Smith


Links is published monthly by the Clay County Chamber of
Commerce and Clay Today. Call 264-3200 to request information
on advertising your business. Links is inserted into the Clay Today
and directly mailed to all Chamber businesses.

Next Issue: Aug. I Ith News Deadline: July 25th
Ad Deadline: Aug. 2nd


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Chamber Member, Jack Myers, Receives


Volunteer Award


Jack Myers, President of .the
Reinhold Corporation, recently re-
ceived the Richard L. McLaughlin
Award of Volunteer of the Year. The
Florida Economic Development
Council (FEDC) presents this pres-
tigious award annually to recognize
outstanding volunteer achieve-
ments in furthering economic de-
velopment in a community or
throughout the State of Florida.
This award is named in honor of
Richard L. McLaughlin, the second
president of FEDC (1965), who firm-
ly believed in the significance of vol-
unteer contributions to the
achievement of economic develop-
ment goals in Florida.
Jack Myers has been involved in
economic development for Clay
County since 1994. He has served as


Chair of the Chamber, Chair of the
Business Education Partnership,
the Economic Development Coun-
cil, Clay County's Transportation
Advisory Commission, Chamber of
Commerce Marketing Committee
and presently serves as co-chair of
'the Focus on the Future (a five-year
capital campaign for the Chamber of
Commerce's economic development
initiative). Jack has tirelessly given
of his time, energy and talents as a
leader of our community to continu-
ally improve the economy and qual-
ity of life for all within Clay County
and throughout Northeast Florida.
Congratulations, Jack! Thank
you for your leadership capabilities
in bringing ideas: and people to-
gether and your generous spirit of
volunteerism.


John Haley, VP, Jacksonville Regional Chamber of Commerce; Danita Andrews, Economic Develop-
ment Manager, Clay County Chamber of Commerce; Joy Myers; Jack Myers;.and Kellie JolKilberg,
President, Clay County Chamber of Commerce, pose for a picture after Jack Myers receives his
award.


Focus on the Future


An Update on the Capital Campaign


SThe capital campaign for eco--
nomic development is going strong!
The Chamber is well on its way to
reaching the goal of raising a mini-
mum of $1.25 million for creating
1,700 new/retained high paying jobs
over the next five years. Focus on
the Future is about building oppor-
tunity and accelerating economic:
diversification. To date, 27 compa-
nies have recognized the impor-
tance of this aggressive vision.for
our-future and have "stepped up"


with investment pledges totaling
$1,080,000.
Thank you for your support and
commitment to Clay County's future:
Allen Land Group
AmSouth Bank
Area Conunuiications -
Bank of America
BellSouth
Brooks Health Systems
CGS:Consulting Engineers
Clay Port Reynolds Park Yacht


Center
Comcast
Compass Bank
SDevelopers Realty Group
Eagle Harbor
Elkins Constructors, Inc.
Florida Rock Industries. Inc.
SGarber Auto Mall
Grubb-& Ellis
Ham Jam Charities
The Hutson Companies
Huntley Enterprises, Iic./Market
..Masters


JEA
Landmar Contractors
Magnolia Point Realty
Orange Park Kennel Club
Orange Park Medical Center
Phoenix Realty Group
Reinhold Corporation
Reynolds, Smith &,Hills, Inc.
Ryland Homes
Skyline Realty Services
St. Vincent's
SunTrust Bank
VyStar Credit Union


DEVELOPMENT LUNCHEON, FROM PAGE I
the need for changes in land use by
marketing our community for qual-
ity job growth. He encouraged Clay
County to continue'to utilize re-
gional resource partners like the
Regional Planning Council and the
Metropolitan Planning Organiza-
tion and also to work with our


neighboring counties to identify
roads that relieve the Strategic In-
termodal System (SIS) and im-
prove accessbetween communities.
Mr. Cohen was designated Secre-
tary of DCA on March 10, 2004 by
Governor Jeb Bush. His back-
ground includes more than 30 years
experience in architecture, urban
design and conununity planning. In


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Providing instu'anLC,: aiifind Fi' cial Se't 'ices


provided economic and
development strategies
for public and private
clients and his areas of
design expertise are
urban planning, health
care development, edu-
cational, recreational
and water treat ment. fa- 4e
cilities.
In addition to Secre-
tary Cohen's speech,
Mark Butterworth.
Chair of the Economic
Development Advisory
Board provided lunch-
eon guests with anup-
date ofthe Cunty-wide
strategicplan and the
Focus on the Future
Capital Campaign.
"It's important to Tom Ingram of Pappas, Metcalf,Jenks, and Mllerand Krk Wend-
oney how m h m .and of the LandMarGroup, LLC listen as Secretary Cohen dls-
guest and Ienjoyed cusses the hallenes surroundIng the growth within the county
luncheon," said Greg andthestate.
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Union National Bank, "We give encourage everyone to attend these
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July 2005


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July "Tourism Buzz!"


(From The Clay County Tourism Bug)


Herbie the Love Bug meets the Clay County Tourism Bug while at the Orange Park Mall.


Eve Szymanski
[From The Clay County Tourism Bug]
By Eve Szymanski
Director of Tourism a Rim Development Division
Clay County Chamber of Commerce.

By the time you read this, we will
have celebrated the Red, White &
Blue American Pie 4th of July at
Moosehaven in Orange Park, Our
Country.Day in Keystone Heights;
the Middleburg 4th of July Parade
and All American Kountry Daze.
We were hard pressed to include the
Clay County Tourism Bug in two of
three of the parades! It's wonderful
to have such difficult choices.
Thank you to all the community
leaders who plan and produce
these inspiring home town festivi-
ties that make us all so "proud to
be an-American!"
And did you know "Herbie" was
in town? The CCT Bug was so ex-
cited! It was all I could do to hold
it down-to the speed limit until we
got to the Orange Park Mall on
June 6th. By the time the Clay
County Tourism Bug was nose to
nose with Herbie the Love Bug, you
could almost see their tails wag!
Herbie was in town promoting his
new movie, "Herbie: Fully Loaded".
Bugs came from all over, including
a Catfish Bug who was a little
"fishy," if you know what I mean!
In between June vacations, wed-
dings and family time,: (since the
kids are out of school) there were
horse clinics, dressage and hunter
jumper events, at the Clay County


The Catfish Bug takes part in a Volkswagon Bug extrav-
aganza at Orange Park Mall.


Ben Franklin is ready for the Orange Park 4th of July Parade.


*gust Calendar


The Clay County Tourism Bug lines up for the Mid-
dlehurg 4th of July parade along with a hundred
other red, white and blue friends.

Fairgrounds. "Roberta" was playing
at the Orange Park Community
Theatre on weekends.
Starting in iid-July is the 4H
Open Summer Series Horse Shows.


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We have brochures for hiking, bik-
ing, camping, and all those great.
summertime activities. Get out and
enjoy it! Our rare birds and cool
scenic waterways are just waiting
for you!


S..ee the tourism calendar for days
and 'times. Go to www.clay-
tourism.com. www.claychamber.
org. Additionally, you can call 394-
7401 or email eszymanskii.-,clay-
chamber.com for more information.


Have You Seen TiBug .B


Out?


Seeing itCould be Worth $100!


From now on, it's going to pay to
keep an eye "Out" for the Clay'
County Tourism Bug. That's be-
cause we have a new contest called-
"The Great. Clay County Bug Out!"'
It goes like this. Starting August
1. make a note of the date, place
.and time whenever you see the Clay
County Tourism Bug "Out" and fax
or email us at the Tourism Division.
If our famous Ash Tisdelle Volk-.
swagon Beetle (aka The Clay Coun-
ty Tourism Bug) was in that area


on that day and time, your name
will be included for that month's
drawing at the Chamber's Net-
working Opportunities Mixer or at
the Chamber Connection. You do,
NOT have to be present to win.
Make sure to put your correct con-
tact information of name, phone
and/or email address and fax to.
(904) 264-0070 or e-mail to
eszymanskii'i claychamber.com.
What do you win? If your name
is drawn, you will be the proud


owner of'a $100 savings bond! (Not
bad just for sending a fax ofr an
e-mail )
The Clay County Chamber of
Commerce Tourism and Film De-
velopment Division is all about,
partners! Ash Tisdelle, Inc. is the
partner that makes the Clay Coun-
ty Tourism Bug possible! The
"Great Clay Cqunty Bug Out" is
brought to you by Bug Out Service,


Incorporated! That's right. our
new partner is none other than the
famous Bug Out Service, Inc.! (Is
that a perfect partnership .or
what?) Whenever you see an un-
wanted bug, call Bug Out at (904)
778-2280 and get those
bugs,.."Out!" We'll be looking for
your name at the August Clay
County Chamber of Commerce
Networking Opportunities Mixer!


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Luck was the name of the game
at June's Chamber Connection!
Two black jack dealers, a slot ma-
chine, ten area businesses and ap-
proximately 100 Chamber members
filled -Magnolia Point Golf and
Country Club for Vegas Night.
Folks got the chance to play a
few hands of blackjack after they
visited all the sponsors of the event.
For each winning hand, players re-
ceived one, two or three tickets -
tickets which made them eligible
for a door prize.
A big thank you goes to all the
sponsors of the Chamber
Connections:
*AmSouth Bank
*Barco-Newton Family YMCA
*Compass Bank Fleming Island


* Community First Credit Union
*Fleming Island Title Company
*Florida Times-Union/Clay
County Line
Logical Business Solutions, Inc.
*Prudential Network Realty -
Fleming Island
*Orange Park Medical Center
*VyStar Credit Union
No one won the $400 Chamber
bucks so the bank increases to
$600 for the July mixer. Remem-
ber, someone will win the money at
the mixer but you must be
present to win.
Be sure to join us for the next
Networking Opportunities Mixer. It
will be at Beef O'Brady's (located at
1520 Park Avenue in the Park Cen-
tral Plaza in Orange Park).


Cindy Goodgame of Douglas, Douglas and Farnsworth and Flint Anderson of Phlint Rock Industries
try to get 21 at the blackjack table.


Carol Taylor of Beacon Enter-
prises makes a connection
with one of the evening's spon-
sors.


LEGISLATIVE WRAP-UP
State Representative Jennifer Carroll spoke at the Chamber's June
Government Affairs Committee Meeting. Representative Carroll gave
a sim-~ ary of the 20105 legislative session and previewed the 2006 ses-
.sion. She also a: ourced she isa candidate for Speaker of the Florida
House of Representatives for the, 2010 2012, session.


Vanessa Voutour of Mail
Services of Orange Park
feeds the slot machine.


"CHAMBER BUCKS"
Kim McGough with Bank of America at 859Blariding Blvd.
in Orange Park could have won $400. However, she.was not at
the "Vegas Night" Chamber Connection on June 21st. You have
to be present to win!

The jackpot will roll over to $600 at the July 19th Networking
Opportunities 'After Hours Mixer" at Beef O'Brady's (located
at 1520 Park Avenue in the Park Central Plaza in Orange Park).
Feeling lucky? Mark your calendar and show up on July 19th!
The drawing will be held at approximately 6:30 p.m.

This program is sponsored by:
AmSouth Bank
S BB&T/Branch Banking& Trust Co.
Compass Bank
Educational Comiiunity Credit Union
First Florida Credit Union
First National-Bank
Heritage Bank of North Florida
Prosperity Bank
VyStar Credit Union :
Wachovia Bank


Priority a-re

Major Attention for Minor Emergencies
Major Attention for Minor Emergencies


o one looks forward to a trip to the Emergency
Department, but if you are like most people you may
need to make that trip at some point in your life -
whether for yourself or for someone you love.'
Have you e\er wondered exactly what is an emet-
gency? A medical emergency is imn condition that
needs medical treatment immediately and canI wait
afr a routine doctor s visit. Emergencies, how ever,
come in all shapes and sizes.
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 need,
the hospital expanded and relocated its Priority
Care, which has its own emergency physician and
nursing staff to exclusively treat patients with minor
emergencies.
Priority Care's philosophy is to provide immedi-
ate attention to patients with minor emergencies.
Priority Care patients are not vying for attention
with the more serious emergencies. The goal of the
program is to reduce wait times for all patients visit-
ing either the Emergency Department or Priority


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Super Turnout at Chamber's


Business Seminar


Twenty-two Chamber Members
took advantage of our business
seminar "5 Ways to Super Sales &
Profits" presented by Steve Goran-
son, Certified Action International
Business Coach with Action Inter-
national. Steve stressed how im-
portant it is to test and measure
marketing strategies that deliver
results, how to create a team that
will be motivated and how to grow
a business through leverage.
Thank you Steve for an excellent
seminar and to Coffee Creations on
Wells Road for sponsoring the
breakfast!


Seminar participants listen as Steve Goranson gives them information on
how to grow their business.


Steve Goranson makes notes on a flip chart as seminar participants
discuss the every day business challenges they face.


The Health Screening Commit-
tee celebrates another successful
year! The spring event saw a 40%
increase in participants. The com-
mittee held a thank you lunch and


wrap up meeting in June to review
the program and begin preliminary
plans for next year's event.
Crispers on Wells Road graciously
provided lunch.
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The Heath Screen Committee wraps up their successful event with lunch.


Showcase Your


Business to


Thousands in the



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8.* www.cIaychamber.org COMMITTEES July* 2005


Networking Magic


By Lee Sackett, Chairman of Networking
Opportunities Committee
At the risk ."of
sounding like .a a
country song, I love
my truck. It's corm-
fortable on the in-
side yet rugged on
the outside. It also
broadcasts my per-
sonality with my
vanity, plate Lee Sackett
(CARPEDM1) on the front and my
bumper sticker on the back.
Now, I'm niot a big fan of bumper
stickers. -Most are mildly amusing
but I just never found one that I
liked enough to plaster on my vehi-
cle...until now., It says "Love My
Job...Love My Boss...IAm Self-Em-
ployed!" Like most entrepreneurs. I
love my job.
I also loe my "job" as Chairman
of the Networking Opportunities
Committee. It gives me a chance to
plan great events; work with an
amazing group of people, and meet
new Chamber members. During
these encounters, I'm often asked if
there's any "magic" to networking.
Let me offer the follow tricks:
I1)Materialize Early: Ifyou're look-
ing to maximize your networking ef-
forts, then maximize the number of
people you meet. The more time
you have, the more great folks you'll
encounter.
2)Perform Card Tricks: Nothing
will "wow" your audience like pro-


during a card from thin air...espe-
cially if it's your business card.
Make sure you bring plenty (with
the correct contact information,
please) and you'll be on the road to
stardom.
3)'Practice Your Patter: Your inter-
actions will be more productive if you
"know yourlines." Having a brief in-
troduction about yourself and a few
questions to get the conversation
going will help you on your way.
4 iWave Your Wand: Okay...maybe
not a wand but definitely a pen. If
you really want to flatter someone,
take notes!
5)Encore: Want to give your audi-
ence something more? Email or
mail a quick note of gratitude to the
folks you spoke with. It sounds ele-
mentary, but so few people do this
that you'll impress your contacts so
much more.
Looking to practice these tricks?
You're invited to this month's free
Networking Opportunities Mixer on
Tuesday, July 19 from 5:00 7:00 p.m.
at Beef O'Brady's. This great event
will bring together 70 85 business
"wizards," thirst-quenching potions,
free food, and magical giveaways.
Beef O'Brady's is located at 1520
Park Avenue (just north of the
Kingsley intersection in the Park
Central Plaza) on US Highway 17.
Not a Chamber member but. want to
check out this great event? Simply
email me by July 17 at network-
ingi.idm-expert.s.com andwe'llsave
you a spot.


.0Y3jsiness Preparf for

Hurricane Season?
: treadywith the help of the Chamber's Disaster
Preparedness Guide

The manual gives you important information on hai
keep your business in business before and after kv'
disaster including hurricanes :

You can buy the guides at the Chamber .
1734 Kingsley Avenue
$15.00

For more information, contact Maria Aselage at
264-0718 or maselage@claychamber.com :


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business expenses.


So do we.

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Area Beautification Business

of the Month

The Club Continental


The Club Continental receives
July's-Area Beautification Business
of the Month.
The Club Continental is an ele-
gant estate overlooking the St. Johns
River, built in 1923 as the Palmolive
family residence. The architecture is
MediteTranean with stucco and clay,


tile roof. Formal grounds include
gardens with fountains, giant oaks,
and an elegant coLutyard.7.
For more than seventy years, the
Club Continental property has been
lovingly preserved by the descen-
dants of Caleb Johnson. the founder
of the Palmolive Soap Company.


Karrle Massee and Mary Ann Adklson accept the Area Beautification Award for The Club Conti-
nental.

Area Beautification

Committee Update
SBv Cindy Bosunak
Area Beautification Committee Chair


Wow, it's hard to .-. .
believe that it's B
time again for our
c.o un t y wJi de
cleanup project.
The, Clay- County
Chamber's 2nd An-
.nual.- "Cleanup
Clay" Day is sched- .
uled for Saturday, CinuBosnyak
October 1 from 8:00 11:00 a.m.
If you, your business, or your com-
munity would like to help. please call


the cleanup hotline at 264-2531 and
leave a message. We are also looking
for site captain volunteers and peo-
ple to make phone calls.
Last year more than 400 volun-
teers participated in this event. Let's
get more people involved this year!
Sponsors of "Cleanup Clay" in-
clude Keep Clay Beautiful, Inc.:
Clay Electric Cooperative, Inc.: Or-
ange Park Medical Center; Winning
Concepts USA, Inc. and Clay Today.
Remember, keep Clay beautiful!


Committee Calendar
July 20*' 7:30 a.m.
Tourism Development Advisory Board Meeting
(Green Cove Springs City Hall)
July 20 *8:00 a.m.
Government Affairs Committee Meeting
(NOTE: Date Change)
July21 8:00 a.m.
Business & Health Expo Conunittee Meeting
July 21* 4:00 p.m.
Chamber Board of Directors Meeting
August 1. 8:30 a.m.,
New Teacher Breakfast Committee Post Event Meeting
(Sylvan Learning Center)
August 3 8:00 a.m.
Ambassador Committee Meeting
August 4 3:30 p.m.
Business Council Chairman's Meeting
August 4 4:00 p.m.
Business Development Advisory Board Meeting
August 5 8:00 a.m.
Business Education Partnership Committee Meeting
August 8 4:04 p.m.
Networking Opportunities Committee Meeting
August 9 8:30 a.m.
Membership Committee Meeting
August 10 4:30 p.m.
Clay County Development Authority Board Meeting
August 11 2:00 p.m.
SSmall Business Resource Center Meeting
August 12 8:00 a.m.
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Leadership Clay Chooses


Quigley House as Project


By Kathy HaVman, Business Development Manager
"Communications" was the class
agenda for the June 7th Leadership
Clay Day The class started out the.
morning with a very informative
tour of The Florida Times-Union
with Scott Butler, Assistant Metro
Editor. Scot.t showed the class how
technology has drastically changed
how the newspaper is printed. The
class then traveled to Martinez
Communications for a presentation
by Tracy Martinez. She discussed
the different types of marketing
pieces that business owners can use
to spend the word about their com-


pany. Our chauffeur, Dale Garling-
house, owner of GCS Stagecoach
Company, Inc. then delivered us to
Clear Channel for a tour., There, a
Tour guild gave Leadership Clay
students an inside look at a radio
studio and TV studio and explained
how a TV newscast. is produced.
The entire day was very effective in
increasing the class' knowledge of
the various typqesof comunuication
industries in our community.
Special thanks goes to Chase U1-
rich with Concepts in Focus, a divi-
sion of Ulrich Research Services for
planning a great day and sponsor-
ing breakfast and lunch.


Scott Butler, Assistant Metro Editor with the Florida Times-Union, briefs the class.

Business Council Meetings


ORANGE PARK BUSINESS
COUNCIL LUNCHEON
July 20, 2005
11:30 a.m.
Carrabba's Italian Grill
Speaker: BobMcKenzie,
SPHR;:Recent Events in Human
Resources
SCost: $10.00
Please RSVP by noon on July
19th to 264-2651
SOUTHEAST BUSINESS
COUNCIL LUNCHEON
July28,-2005
11:45 a.m.
Eagle Harbor Golf& Country
Club
Speaker: Brian Sexton of the
Jacksonville Jaguars
Cost: $10.00
Please RSVP by noon on July
27th to 264-2651


Business & Health


MIDDLEBURG BUSINESS
COUNCIL LUNCHEON
August 4, 2005
11:30 a.m.
S Cedar River Seafood
Speaker: Paul Frendahl with
BayHill Computer Care;
Using Technology to Increase
Y-our Bottom Line
Cost: $10.00
Please RSVP by noon on
August 3rd to 264-2651
BLENDING BUSINESS
COUNCIL BREAKFAST
August 10,2005
7:30 a.m.
Country Club of Orange Park
Program: Dave Silverman,
Camp Blanding
Cost: $10.00
Please RSVP by noon on
August 9th to 264-2651


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Center for the Arts
Conference Center
283 College Diye
Orange Park, FL 32065


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The 2005 Leadership Clay Class
has chosen Quigley House to be the
benefactor of its class project.
Quigley House is opening a thrift
store to raise money for its pro-.
grams. It has leased five spaces in
Ridgecrest Plaza (near Publix on
Blanding). The spaces (#115-119)
were separate retail suites and the
class is helping Quigley House staff
tear 'down the walls as well as gen-
eral cleaning and preparation. The
store is scheduled to open in Sep-
tember 2005.
The class is asking the communi-
ty to donate items for Quigley


House residents along with items
for' resale at the Thrift Store.
Quigley House is a domestic vio-
lence shelter open to anyone seek-:
ing assistance. They need any
items that any normal household re-
quires such as cleaning products,
laundry needs and personal care.
They ask that the items be full sized.
The thrift store will be accepting
clothes, household items and any-
thing else of value as long as it. is op-
erable and unbroken. To donate
items, please contact Quigley House
at (904) 284-0340 to arrange a drop
off at the thrift store property.


The Small Business Resource

Business Center is Open!
Find the resources you need to start a small
business or to expand your existing buisness

Located at the Clay County
Chamber of Commerce
1734 Kingsley Avenue
Orange Park, FL32073
(904) 264-2651

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Small Business of the Month

Advanced Florida Mortgage


CONGRATULATIONS to Ad-
vanced Florida Mortgage for being
selected as July's Small Business of
the Month..
Advanced Florida Mortgage is a
mortgage broker business that of-
fers professional assistance and
specializes in getting difficult mort-
gage loans approved. They offer
various selections of high quality
loan programs at lower costs for
clients of all backgrounds, for First
Time Buyers, Refinance, Debt Con-
solidation, New Construction or


Conventional.
Advanced Florida Mortgage's
friendly staff can answer all of your
mortgage questions. Customer sat-
isfaction is their number one goal
and what they pride themselves in.
They have been in business in Clay
County for 3 years and members of
the Clay County Chamber for 2
years. Advanced Florida Mortgage
is located at 2245 Plantation Center
Drive, Suite 39 in Orange Park and
can be reached at 269-7988 or at.
www.loanslady.com.


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Lisa McDaniel, ownerlmortgage broker for Advanced Florida Mortgage centerr, with employees
Donna Parker and Jelf Gulka.


Ambassador of the Month

Jon Cantrell


The Clay County
Chamber of Com-
merce Ambassador of
the Month is Jon
Cantrell. Jon is the
publisher of Clay
Today, Argyle Today
and First Coast Real
Estate Magazine and
the Clay County
Chamber of Commerce
LINKS Newsletter. He has been a
member of the Chamber since
1998. Jon was the Vice President
of Marketing and Communica-
tions for the Chamber in 1999 and
won the Presidential award in


1999 and 2000. Since
.joining the Chamber,
he has been an active
Ambassador and has
served and assisted on
various committees.
Jon and his staff at
the Clay Today work
to be active in just
about every Chamber
event, program or hap-
pening!
Cantrell says. "Joining the
Chamber is only the first step...
finding the time to be actively in-
volved is the real challenge. Once
done rewarding."


Unicorn Web Development, is
proud to have the following new
chamber members as clients;- Dis-
cover Family Chiropractic. All
Write! and Make-N-Take Wines, Inc.
Doing business with Chamber.
members has always been the cor-
nerstone of our business.


WorkSource relocated its Clay
County Career Center to the Flem-
ing Island Business Park on June
20th. The new address is 1845 Town
Center Blvd.. Bldg. 150, Orange
Park, 32003. The phone number is
the same, 213-3888.


EDARRIVnE


SEAFOOD
MIDDLEBURG LOCATION


New


Members

American Express Financial Advisors
4190 Belfort Rd., Ste. 400
Jacksonville, FL 32216
Michael D. Maunz, 296-1613
Financial Planning & Consultants
Atlantic Coast Kitchen & Bath
20 Blanding Blvd.
Orange Park. FL 32073
Mark Palmer; 272-2252
Kitchen Cabinets
Bent Needle
1232-4 Blanding Blvd.
Orange Park, FL 32065
Brian Patton, 276-7100
Tattooing & Body Piercing
Best Water & Air
1177-5 Park Avenue
Orange Park. FL 32073
Kirk Rust, 591-4196
Health
Networking & Information Services, Inc.
1996 Kingsley Avenue
Orange Park, FL 32073
Shawn Johnson, 704-6111
Computer Network Security Services
Opttel Communications, LLC
369 Blanding Blvd., Ste. N24
Orange Park, FL 32073
Chris Basham, 213-1155
Telephone Equipment & Systems Dealers
Realty Executives The Preferred Group
150 Warren Circle, Ste. 1
Jacksonville, FL 32259
David Nasemann, 230-8989
Real Estate
Stubby Stitches
3377 Wilderness Circle
Middleburg. FL 32068
Chris Stubbs, 505-0714
Embroidery-Custom Designs

Thank You for

Investing in Your Chamber!!




Membership Renewals


ADP Automatic Data
Processing Inc.
All Florida Exterminating
: Atlantic Coast Federal
Badcock Home Furniture
& More
Bank of America
Banners-n-Signs, etc.
Better Business Bureau
of NE FLA
Blue Image Pools, Inc.
Carpe DM
Clay County Adult &
Community Education
Clay County Historical Society
Clay Electric Cooperative, Inc.
Coldwell Banker/W. Williams-
Martha M. Dickerson
CruiseOne of Fleming Island
Duval Fields Consulting'
Faith Wesleyan Church
Fleming Island
Concierge Travel
Florida HomePro, Inc.
Frank W Brown, Jr..


George J. Schmieder, D.O.
Greater Jacksonville Area
'USO Council
ITT Technical Institute
Kindred Hospital North Florida
Matt Vu Electric, Inc.
Navy Federal Financial Group
Norman's Vacuum Supply
Orange Park Woman's Club
Orange Tech
Park Avenue'Florist &
Gift Shop
Partridge Well Drillihg Co., Inc.
Reynolds, Smith and Hills, Inc.
Small Business Development
,Center UNF
Steve Jones
Suburban Extended
Stay Hotel
Thigpen Heating & Cooling
TSE Sports & Entertainment
Vallencourt Construction
Company, Inc.
W.W. Carter Contracting.
Watson Realty/Marc Jernigan


Thank You for Your Support!


News About Our Members
(This section is for announcing awards, new locations,
or relocations of your business)


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Grand Openings, Ribbon Cuttings and.L


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Anne Boyle and Carla Gentry of-
ficially opened their new grooming
business in June. Barks-a-Lot, Inc
is a located in the Ridgecrest Shop-
ping Plaza a few doors down from
Publix. They are open Wednesday,
Friday and.Saturday from 8:00 a.m.
- 5:00 p.m. On Tuesday and Thurs-
day, they are open from 12:00 to


Super Coups of Jacksonviller


SuperCoups is proud to an-
nounce the grand opening of its
Clay County market!, SuperCoups
is a co-operative Direct MailAdver-
tising Agency that specializes in as-
sisting local businesses grow their
market share and increase their
customer base: They do this by


LEADER GROUPS, FROM PAGE I
ship in a LEADS Group if he/she is
a member in good standing within
the Clay County Chamber of Com-
merce. A member is required to at-
tend a minimum of 75%. of all
meetings per quarter. The cost of is
$20.00 per year.
S Currently, there, are three
LEADS Groups including:
*The First Coast Networking
Group
Leader Gordon Jesperson,
League & Jesperson, PA
Contact information goj ljlaw.net
Day/Time every Tuesday at 8:00
a.m.
Kick-off meeting Tuesday, July
19 at 8:00 a.m.
Location First Choice
Mortgage, 3535 Hwy 17, Suite 17
Orange Park
*Clay County Commerce Club
Leader Dave Philips, Gevity HR
/Contact information -
Sdave.phillip s evitv.com'
Day/Time first & third Thurs
day at 7:30 a.m.
'Kjck-off meeting -Thursday, July
28 at 7:30 a.m.
Location- Robert Tison & Asso
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9:00 p.m. for added convenience.
The owner's philosophy is to
provide their four-legged cus-
tomers, both dogs and cats, the
best grooming experience avail-
able. So, there is "No bones about
it, we're the shop your pets are
talking about." All breeds are wel-
come! Call 298-2944 to make an ap-
pointment or just stop in and say
"hello"!


sending advertisements to homes
close-by their customer's business.
Look for the Blue and Yellow enve-
lope stuffed with Money Saving
Coupons in your mail box today!
For advertising information
please contact Bill Hubbs, the Clay
County representative for Super-
Coups. He can be reached at (904)
807-9095.


ciates, 401-A North St.,
SGreenrCove Springs
*Alliance of Business Leaders
(ABL)
Leader -Seana Pittman, TSE
Spolrts & Entertainment
Contact information -
seannapitt manantseworld.com
Day/Time every other Tuesday
at 8:00 a.m.;
Kick-off event Tuesday, July 26
at 7:45 a.m.
Location Coffee Creations on
Wells Road, Orange Park
Feel free to contact these LEADS
leaders if you are interested in join-
ing their group. Keep in mind there
is no limit to the number of LEADS
Groups that can be active at one
time. So I encourage other Cham-
ber members to step-up. and start-
up their own group.
If you need more information,
have any questions or want.to start
your own LEADS Group, contact
Maria Aselage at the Chamber. You
can reach her at 264-0718 or at
'maselage@claychamber.com.
I hope you considering joining a
Chamber LEADS Groups. After all,
building relationships is vital to
building-.business..;


Coffee Creations


Coffee Creations, formerly Annie
K's Coffee House, located on Wells
Road next to the Loop, held a rib-
bon cutting on Friday, June 10th.
About 150 people attended the
"Elvis-Eviening" event which in-
cluded Elvis Karaoke, an Elvis
look-alike contest, a big-screen
video of Elvis' Aloha concert, free


Make-N-Take Wines. Inc.


Make-N-Take Wines is open!
The business is an on premises,
wine making facility concept that
offers customers the unique op-
portunity to make their own wine,
bottle it, and personalize their own
labels. Make-N-Take sells the ex-
perience of wine making by offer-
ing a location, the equipment,
quality ingredients and expertise
to create great tasting, personal-


drawings of vacations, cruises, and
other prizes as well. Coffee cre-
ations. features flavored lattes,
cappuccino, ice-blended flavored
drinks, breakfast pastries and
lunch specials in addition to regu-
lar and flavored coffees. The cof-
fee house was purchased by Larry
Blevins and he changed the name.
to Coffee Creations; let us create
one for you.


ized wines. All wines made at this
facility are'made from pre-pack-
aged kits. Eachi kit makes ap-
proximately 6 gallons 128-30
bottles) of high quality wine. De-
pending upon the type of wine, the
entire process takes from 4 to 8
weeks. In addition to wine making,
the store offers wine tasting, bot-
tled wine and many very unique
wine: related gift items.
Store hours are Tuesday Sat-
urday from 11:00 a.m. 7:00 p.m.


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