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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
        A 10
        A 11
        A 12
        A 13
        A 14
        A 15
        A 16
        A 17
        A 18
    Section A: Fleming Island Today
        A 19
        A 20
        A 21
    Section A: Main Continued
        A 22
        A 23
        A 24
    Section B: Clay Sports
        B 1
        B 2
        B 3
        B 4
        B 5
        B 6
        B 7
    Section B: Clay County Real Estate
        B 8
        B 9
        B 10
        B 11
        B 12
        B 13
    Section B: Clay County Classified
        B 14
        B 15
        B 16
        B 17
        B 18
        B 19
        B 20
        B 21
        B 22
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-lay County Crescent www.claytoday.biz


Clay high
school teams
hit the practice
field. See
story on
SPage B-1.


AUGUST 11-AUGUST 17, 2005 EDITION It Pays To Know Your Community 50c Section A of three sections VOL. 35 NO. 32


Manager search

firm chosen; BCC

adopts school
impact fee
By Bob Henderson, Staff
bhendmerson@jcpgroup.com
GREEN COVE SPRINGS In the face of
mixed reactions, the Board of County
Commissioners (BCC), at its regular meet-
ing Tuesday, Aug. 9, approved a School
Board request for imposition of addition-
al.impactfeesonnew residen'ialbuildings.
New fees will be $7,034 per single-fami-
ly unit. $3,236 per munli-familv unit and
$5,979 per mobile home. Adopted with-
out a grace period. the fees take affect im-
mediately.
Reaction to the proposed fee was mixed
and ran thegamut from no feetatall tosug-
gestions the proposed fee is insufficient.
On the wa\. there was a proposal that an
additional sales tax be substituted for the
impact fee.
Several people from thlie Clas County
Action Network s-uggested the $7,01i(0 im-
pact fee will nor meet future nteds and
urged dhe commission to go % ith a higher
$9.912 per single-familv unit, a figuLre rep-
resenting cost of each tnit to he schools
before the application of a20-year credit.
Credits are based on future real estate a nd
BCC coutionef t" /''pageA-22


H~oochv.co


It's back to school for Clay kids


By Trisha Cormeny. Staff

Children atroadsides.parents wail-
ing in endless lines and teachers scram-
bling to prepare a roomful of exc ited


little ones foi the da\.
That'. rightlu. Clay County headed
backto school Miionda. Aug.8.
"I'd rather him sull beat home," said
Deedee Delances, whose son James %, ill be
going into the sixth grade at KeNvtone


Heights Elementary.."It's a good school
and we're looking forward to a great ear."
While children hated to hear the fa-
miliar ring of the bell. many teachers
BACK TO SCHOOL continued on pa~1 A-11


Your Orange Park 01de Farm Inc.
Chevy Dealer
Welcomes those

needing food

SBy Greg Walsh, Managing Editor
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The Olde Farm Inc. free food distribution site on Friday, Aug. 5. Rook said he recent-
ly had back surgery and was unable to work, so the free food came in handy.


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Company plans new Holiday Inn on Wells Road


By Trisha Cormeny, Staff
tcormenyojcpgroup.com


ORANGE PARK Clay County will soon
find a new neighbor has taken up resi-
dence if a multi-million dollar Holiday Inn
opens its doors on Wells Road.
"We like Orange Park, that's where we
want to be," said Phillip MurpheyJr, presi-
dent of Murphco of Florida Inc., the com-
pany that will open the new hotel in 2007.
" 'The sooner we get open, the better."
According to Murphey, the new Holi-
day Inn will replace the existing one but
guests will find a huge difference in the 67-
foot high building. The project will cost be-
tween $10 million and $12 million.
"When we open, the other hotel will be
going away," said Murphey, who along with
the company bought the current Orange
Park's franchise and plans to build a hotel
that includes a swimming pool, two meet-
ingrooms, restaurant and 132 rooms, 20 of
which will be suites. 'This hotel will be very


sophisticated with high speed and wireless
Internet as well as a totally monitored
building."
According to the current Holiday Inn's
general manager Susan Hill, the current
Holiday Inn, located at 100 Park Ave. is cur-
rently for sale.
"Wejust renewed our franchise license
onJune 17 and the license is gooduntilthe
end of December 2007," said Hill.'At that
time, the other Holiday Inn will take over.
the franchise license and wewill become
another entity."
The new Holiday Inn will take up resi-
dence where a horse track once stood and
while plans have not yet been set in stone,
both Murphey and Vice President of Op-
erations Pat Papa were already discussing
the possibility of a horse track theme with
Phillip Murphey Sr.
"We like themes," said the younger
Murphey. "It gives you something to work
around."
The elder Murphey gives his son advice


Chamber introduces new website


ORANGE PARK The Clay County
Chamber of Commerce has launched a
new website.
The site www.claychamber.org -
has many new features including a
downloadable membership application,
a photo gallery and the ability for mem-
bers to submit events and photos for
publication on the site.
As users click throtigh the new site,
they will find information about the
(ha rnber. its di\ision,its committees and
its investmentopportunities. The site, cre-
ated and powered by Web 904.com, gives
tsersacces. to thie chamber calendar. the
comlinun1it calendar and chamber ne, s.
Addilionall., users will find the


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Teacher's Resource page, a place where
Clay County teachers can list their needs
in the classroom and so businesses can
fulfill them.
The website also contains informa-
tion users considering relocation to the
area, whether they plan to move their
family or their business to Clay County.
"I believe the new website will give
users information that is useful in their
professionallives and their personallives,"
said David Robei tson iRenolds, Smitli
and Hillsk In.I c hau man of the chamber
board. "As \ e i n't ei efor wd in oi e ffti: Lt
t', promote hiecihaiiber rhet ebsit_ gi\es
us the\ isibiliti that ital to living 0oi !
mission anl d Iul illing l ou \ isi'-i L"


In the Clay Today

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monthly drawing for $100 cash
5 All winners will be notified by phone
6 Must be 18 to win. Employees of Clay Today or
any of the Business associated with the New Real
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and secrets into the family business that
began just after World War II.
"It's an old family business," said the older
Murphey, who got his start asa picture show
owner that needed to find a new line of
work after television took off. "We moved to
Key West and bought a second-class hotel,
upgraded it to a first class property."
The rest is, as they say history. Accord-
ing to father and son, this family business
has truly stayed within the bloodline with
onlySr..Jr. andthegrandchildren pos-
sessing shares.
"Over the years, I've learned that em-
ployees come first,"said Papa, who himself
started with a Holiday Inn when he was 16
and has spent more than 30 years in the
business. "If you take care of your employ-
ees, they'll take care of the guests."
. With that attitude in mind, Papa will
soonjumpstart the Holiday Inn employ-
ment campaign, looking for about50 peo-
ple to help make this hotel grand.


"You're onl \ as good as the employees
you have working for you," said Papa.
The three are anxiously awaiting the
opening of their newest branch in Talla-
hassee in a mon th. The Orange Park site
will be modeled after that site.
"It (the hotel business) indifferent every
day," said the younger Murphey, who
hopes Cla v Cou nt is ready for his hotel
and who knows each ofh is ma nager s in his
four hotels by dther fir st name. "You've got
to know the people you work with. Love
what we do."
While Murphco of Florida, Inc. has al-
ready bought a site on Wells Road, final
plans to build on that site rest on a number
of things, including the contention that the
Planning and Zoning committee give the
chain a variance to their 55 feet height re-
striction.
"It's good for the town," said the elder
Murphey. "I can't see why anyone would
deny that (the variance) reasonably."


Man dies in crash on Wells Road


ClayToday Staff
ORANGE PARK Investigators are try-
ing to determine what caused a fatal
crash on Wells Road Monday night.
Thevictim,61-year-oldBehjamin Crowe
of Orange Park, lost control of his 2000
Ford Explorer, hitting a car in front of him
and driving through the median and into
the opposite lanes, said CIla County Sher-
iffs Ott ice spokespeerson MaryJustino.


The driver of the other vehicle, Shan-
non Simmons, 36, of Orange Park, was
not injured,Justino said.
Investigators are looking into the pos-
sibility that Crowe suffered a heart attack
while driving,Justino said, and that may
prove to be the cause of the crash.
Deputies responding to the scene at-
tempted CPR uiins icessftilli .Just ino said
Crowe was later pronounced dead at Or-
ange Park Medical Center.


How to stay safe during massive power outages


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cles p .rI, ., il p t:,aIIII /,,/I It ,.,a11i otI l',,fIt i
h.;i t, Ivle t , ti 1dda, ,i:,g. he h. i. i.t/*'0 so _, .1
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-it 1 \y [ana'geI0,,lOflir .i i th > t il',kl"s .
l Man residentsofCla\ Counti learned
a hard lesson regarding elec'licity diii ing
te 211004 storm s.
As it soften said,"Ab don't miss it until'
it'ssone." This lesson isespeciallv u'ie width
elecuicit and die luxuries that come width
it air conditioning, ri running water, a
freezer diat keeps foods from melting and
lighsat night. L
Wh ile tolerable for a short period of
timne.lss of electric iti qtii( khlosesappeal
whenyou are hot. stick, and know dthre's
nothing you can do, about it..
With that in mind, manyresidents who
didn't already have-generators last year
procured one for the anticipation of 2005's
storms. While these generators are capa-
ble of supplying much-needed electricity
during power outages, a few precautions
are paramount to protect occupants of the
home, as well as neighbors and the unsus-
pecting electrical employees restoring
power to a neighborhood.
Portable generators are designedto sup-
ply auxiliary power to specific electrical.
equipmentthroughoutahomeor business,
depending on the size of the generator.
Most are mobile and gasoline powered.
Prices range from $500 to more than $5,000.
The number of appliances and energy
requirements of each should determine


choosing a generator. The rated wattage
of portable generators is from 1,500-15,000
watts.
Extension cords used with generators
should be pi operi sized to handle the
electrical requirements placed upon it.
Many fires are started by an appliance hav-
ini.1 an imiproperlh-sized cord.
A double-Ihro u ainsfte su itch can be
used to pernanen tl com nect a portable
generator to a specific elecuic circuit, but
should be installed b\ licensed elecuic(ian.
Additional. some generators are de-
signed to be hard-%iried into a home's ss-
tem. The\ operate when powerislosLtand
shut off automatically when electricity is
restored. These units are capable of a larg-
er load (5,000-20,000 watts), with a similar-
ly higher price tag. A licensed electrician
should also install these units. A profes-
sional should do any repair work, as well.
Next week-POD.S.(Points OfDistribution
for emergencysupplies-after thestorm)


Correction
TheFoxmeadow Civic Association
also was the sponsor of a National
Night Out event held last week in the
Middleburg subdivision. The event
was done in cooperation with the Clay
CountvSheriffs Office. Someinfor-
mation in a photograph caption in the
Aug. 4-10 edition was inaccurate,


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Section A-2


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August 11, 2005 CLAYTODAY.BIZ SecLion A-3


GCS withdrawal from FMPA proceeds


By Bob Henderson, Staff-
bhenderson@jcpgroup.com ,
GREEN COVE SPRINGS Green Cove
Springs city officials met with Fred Bryant,
Florida Municipal Power Agency general
counsel,andRobertWilliams,directorofReg-
ulatory Affairs for FMPA, Tuesday, Aug.9.
They met to discuss the City's financial
position with the FMPAin its effort to with-
draw from it.
Also meeting with the City Council,
City Manager, City Attorney, Public Works
Director and Electric Utility Supervisor
were Attorney Warren Tripp and Steve
Baron- of the Kennedy Group, who have
been-retained to assist the City.
When the City officials first approached
FMPA to explore withdrawing, they came
away with the impression that costs to the:
City would be in the vicinity of $4 million to
$5 million This was later described by City
Manager Don Bowles as a "shooting from
the hip" estimate. In actuality, when it be-
c:uneapparent itha GreenCoveSprings was
. serious about withdrawing, FMPA made an


in-depth study of costs and comeback with
a very different estimate. Their new fig-
ures called for a debt payment of $7 mil-
lion and a "stranded cost" payment of
more than $35 million.
The City Council authorized City At-
torney Jim Arnold to retain expert coun-
sel and other consultants as necessary to
try and negotiate their way out of a bur-
densome contract that Tripp later de-
scribed as "draconian."
During Tuesday's discussions, Bryant
warned the Council, "Don't think they
(FMPA).are going to be generous, any con-
cession given to one member must be
given to alL" He explained that Green Cove
Springs is a small user and its.withdrawal
probably would haveminimatidmpact on
the others.-If large users were to withdraw,
,however, their impact could be disastrous.
ThiecounkeladiniLied thestreanded iost
.estimates were, indeed, punitive.
Further discussion touched upon
Green Cove Springs' being required to
"pay for others," even after its own share of
bonded indebtedness is satisfied.


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bhenderson,@pg,roup.com From whereIsit

"Sticks and stones
may break my bones,.
but names will never R-"
hurt me." Remem-
ber, as kids, this wasa
stock answer to the
name-calling that I c'
some kids seem to Bob Henderson
revel in? Seems to be a STAFF WRITER .
relatively benignian-i:
swer to something that, in itself, was rela-
tively harmless, doesn't it?
After all, what's a name? Or, to quote
Shakespeare, "'A name, a name; what's in a
name? A rose by any other name would
smell as sweet!"
But, to the NCAA, bunch ofjocks that
may never have heard of Shakespeare, the
name seems to be everything. Witness the
banning of Indian mascots and Indian
nicknames from postseason events. Good
grief, Gertie!
The NCAA also plans to ban schools
with Indian nicknames from hosting post-
season events. If already approved, they
have to cover logos. Also on cheerleader
uniforms. Ditto band uniforms.
The Florida State Seminoles mascot
would be banned from .postseason
events. The university would be banned
from hosting postseason events. And so
on. The same applies to 2 host of schools
across the nation.
Now, when. the NCAA has rescued
the "Native Xmilericans" (I'm a native
American, I was born in Maine) from

Correction to

Transportation

Authority letter
Legislation to introduce a Trans-
portation Authority would come from
the State level; i.e., by way of our Clay Leg-'
islative Group through Tallahassee.
Therefore, lobbyists would be in Talla-
hassee not Washington as I misstated in
the letter to you.
And as result of a TAC meeting yester-
day, TAC by way of Barry Fuller, Atty., look
to formjustsuchanenity.L.
S Dau'yn MBoyei
Middleburg

Value Adjustment

Board to meet
Please be advised that an organiza-
tional meeting of the 2005 VT1 ue Ad just-
ment Board of Clay Counts\ ill be held
onTuesdaN. Aug. 23.2005, ar 1 p.m., inthe
Meeting Room of the Clay County Board
of County Commissioners onihe fourth
floor of the Clay County Administration
Building, 477 Houston Street, Green
Cove Springs, Florida. This meeting is
open to the public and all interested per-
sons are invited to attend.
Value AdjustmentBoard
Clay County, Florida
B: hs-Ci, a n iia


the ignominy of having beloved college
athletic teams named for them, will they
turn to other groups to rescue? By the
way, were Indians included in the deci-
sion-making process that produced this
idiocy? Or were they, once again, left out
of any discussion that in ol ed them?
Will the NCAA now decide that the
Florida Gators constitute a slur upon the
nation'reptilianpopulation?


Do Notre Dame's Fightinih Irish deni-
grate all of us whose ancestors came from
the Emerald Isle? Be-jabbers, I'll fight that
one meself.
It seems that one can hardly open his
mouth anymore without being accused of
"political incorrectness." Even that last sen-
tence is, by some peoples standards, politi-
cally incorrect. For centuries "he, his, him"
mightbegender specific or generic.English


has no neuter pronoun :orneutei adjec-
tie unless, of course, )ou want to refer
to the general person as "it" But the polit-
ically- correct crowd Wants us to use
"he/she, his/hers, or him/her." How awk-
ward. How ridiculous.
I amias offended b\ ethnic slursasan;-
one, but I am equally offended by institu-
tionalized stupidity, that has theclout to
legislate for people of cleaner mind.


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Strong words from Germany attack newspaper


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fHlowi.' ,, -t i n aco n i i On a iii( leid IiiI s uffi-
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Matthias Dapfner, Chief Executive of
the huge German publishing house Axel
Springer AG, has written blistering attack
in DIE WELT (The World). Germ any's
largest dail% newspaper, against the timid
reaction of Europe in the face of the Is-
lamic threat
EUROPE THY NAME IS COW-
ARDICE
Commentary by Mathias Dapfner CEO, Axel,
Springer, AG
A few days ago Heni Broderwi ote in
WELT AMISONNTAG(Sunda\ WorldI:
"Europe- our family nameisappease-
iment." Ith'a phrase you can'tgei Cut of .oou
head because it's so terribly u'ue. Appease-
ment cost millions of jews and non-Jews
their lives as England and France,allies at
the time, negotiated and hesitated too long
before the\ noticed that Hitler had to be
fought, notbound to toothless agreements.
Appeasement legitimized and stabi-
lized Communism in theSoviet Union,
then East Germany, then all the rest-of
Eastern Europe where for decades, inhu-
man, suppressive, murderous govern-
ments were glorified as the ideologically
correctalternative to all other possibilities.
Appeasement crippled Europe whien


genocide ran rampant inKos,\o,.ande\'en
though we had absolute pi oof of ongoing
mass-murder, we Europeans debated and
debated and debated, and were still debat-
ing when finally the Americans had to
come from halfway ai oundthe oirld. into
Europe yet agaiii,and do our work forus.
-Rather than protecting democracy in
the Middle East, European appeasement,
camouflaged behind the. fuzzy word
"equidistance."now countenances suicide
bombings in Israel by fundamentalist
Palestinians.
Appeasement generates a mentality that
allows Europe to ignore nearly 51)0,(000) \ic-
i ins of Saddam's torttureand murder ma-
chiners and, m. ti\ated b\ the
self-righteousness of the peace-mo\ ement,
has the gall to issue bad grades to George
Bush et en as it is uncovered that the loudest
cridicsof die Amencan action in Iraq made
illicit billions, no. TENSof billions., in the cor-
rupt LN Oil-for-Foodci pi ogamt. Ai\d now "we
are faced with a particular] grotesque fomin
of appeasement. How is German\ reacting
to he escalating violencee by Islamic funda-,
mentalists inHoaland andelsewhliee?By stig-"
gesting that we really should have a"Muslim
Holida) "inGermanm.
I wish I were jokingbut lam not. A sub-
stantial fraction of otu (German)Govern-
ment.and if the pollsare to be belie ed. the
German people, actually\ belie\ e that cre-
ating an Official State "Mushlm Holiday"
will somehow spare us from the wrath of
the fanatical Islamists. One cannot help


but recall Britain's Ne\ ille Chamberlain
waving the laughable treat\ signed by
Adolf Hitler.,and declaring European
"Peace in our time".
What else has to happen before the Eu-
ropean public and its political leadership
get it. There is a sort of crusade underlay.
an especiallI perfidious crusadeconsisti ng
of systematic attacks b fanatic Muslims. fo-
cused on ciilians.directed against our free,
open Wester n societies, and intent upon
Western Civilization's utter destruction.
It is a conflict that will most likely last
longer thanain of the great military con-
flictsof t he last century a conflict con-
d ucted b an eneni that cannot be tamed
b\ "tolerance" and "accommodation" but
is actually spurred on by such gestures,
which have proven to be, andwill always be
takenbN the Islamists for signsof weakness.
Only two recent American Presidents
had the courage needed for anti-ap-
peasement: Reagan and Bush. His Amer-
ican critics may quibble over the details,
but we Europeansk now the truth. We saw
it first hand:
: Ronald Reagan ended the Cold War,
freeinghalf of the German people from
nearly 50 years of terror and:virtual slav-
ery. And Bush, supported only b\ the So-
cial Democrat Blair, acting on moral
conviction, recognized the danger in the
Islamic War against democracy. His place ,,.;
in history will have to be evaluated after a -

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Martinez: Locals need to say they want Outer Beltway


By Greg Walsh, Managing Editor
gwalsh@jcpgroup.com

CAMPBLANDING-US.Sen.MelMartinez
says he wants to hear from Northeast Flori-
da officials, including a regionalhighway
planning board, before deciding whether to
push for federal funding to build an "Outer
Beltway" running through Clay County to
connect Interstates 10 and 95._
And it appears Martinez may hear that
support very soon.
The First Coast Metropolitan Planning
Organization will vote Thursday, Aug. 11,
on this year's reauthorizationlist of priori-
ty transportation projects for years 2010-11.,
At the top of the proposed list for the
first time will be the Outer Beltway. Al-
though no one expects the funding to be
available in only five years, MPO officials

GERMANY from page A-4

number of years have passed.
In the meantime, Europe sits back
with charismatic self-confidence in the,
multicultural comer, instead of defend-
ing liberal society's values and being an
attractive center of power on the same
playing field as the true great powers,
AmericaandChina.
On the contrary we Europeans pres-
entourselves,incontrasttothose"arrogant
Americans", asthe World Champions of
"tolerance",whicheven(Germany'sInteri--
or Minister) Otto Schilyjustifiably criti-
czes.Why? Becausewe'resomoral? Ifear
it's more because we're so materialistic, so
devoid of amoral compass.
For his policies, Bush risks the fall of
the dollar, huge amounts of additional
national debt, and a massive and per-
sistent burden on the American econo-
nm because unlike almost all of
Europe. Bush realizes what is :tt %take-
literalh everything.
XX while we criicize the "capitalistic
robber barons" of America because
-they seem tol sure of their priorities, we
timidl\ defend our Social Welfare s\ s-
tems. Stay out of id It could get expen-
sive! We'd rather discuss reducing our
35-hon r workweek or our dental cover-
age, or our four weeks of paid vacation...
Or listen to TV pastors preach about
the need to "reach out to le i orists. To
understand and forgive".
These days, Europe reminds me of
an oldwoman i ho. wi dh shaki ng hands,
frantically hides her last pieces of jew-
elry when she notices a robber break-
ing into a neighbor's house.
Appeasement? Europe, thy name is
Cowardice.
Editorial note: Even as you read this,
"Baghdad Jane" Fonda is cozying up to
Iraqi "is ig ts'" against those awful
Americans. Seems we have ourown cowards
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say making the Outer Beltway a top prior-
ity is their way of indicating they want the
project to move forward.
During a visit to Camp Blanding Tues-
day, Martinez indicatedhe was aware of the
project
"I know the traffic situation all over
Florida. I am a big supporter of traffic so-
lutions. I think they've got to bubble up
from the local first. I need to hear from
Mayor (John) Peyton. I need to,hear from
your local transportation planning folks,
the MPO, for the area. I want to make sure
it's something the locals want before I go
advocating for it at the federal level," Mar-
tinez said.
"If in fact the locals tell me that this is
something on their priority list. If FDOT,
the governor... indicate to me that this is
part of their priorities I'll certainly be there
for them. I think transportation and infra-
structure in Florida is at the very top of
thingsIwanttodo..."
At a meeting Monday in Orange Park,
Clay County's contingent to the MPO
heardapresentation fromMPOExecutive
Director Denise Bunnewith and Planning
Director Jeff Sheffield.
It was the first time theMPO hadgone to
individual counties with previews, but they
hope that, by doing so, they will avoid a
lengthy session when they meet in regular
session to approve the list of potential proj-
ects that would form the basis of the Flori-
daDepartmentof Transportation's (FDOT)
work program to be funded in 2010/2011.
Sheffield said putting the Outer Belt-
way at the top of the list was a significant
move by MPO.
"The reason (the Outer Beltway is at the
top)isbecausewhen we startgoing to Wash-
ington requesting for (funding), we had to


STAFF PHOTO BI GREG WALSH
U.S. Sen. Mel Martinez ate lunch Tuesday, Aug. 9, at the Florida Youth Challenge Acad-
emy at Camp Blanding. Describing the senator's visit at "fantastic," Challenge offi-
cials said the senator has been a supporter of the school and asked to tour the facility,


show it was important to us," Sheffield said.
"It is very significant. It really shows the re-
gional impact (an Outer Beltway would
have) as far as the MPO is concerned."
If appro ed asexpected on Thiusda, dthe
MPO's priority list will be distributed to \a i-.
ous government agencies and elected offi-
cials, he said. While lower echelon projects-
could possibly change before the MPO ap-
proves thelist, theOuter Beltway was expect-
ed to remain in the top spot, Sheffield said.-
In a related matter, state Rep.Jennifer
Carroll's office announced she would not
have any public meetings on the Outer
Beltway until the state Department of


Transportation completes final revisions
maps showing possible routes.
Preliminary maps showed routes that
connected to Branan Field-Chaffee Road
at Blanding Boulevard and went south of
Lake Asbury before turning toward the ex-
isting Shands Bridge, while another route
hadthe beltwa\ going through the Lake
Asbury area and crossing a new bridge
built about two miles north of the existing
Shands Bridge.
One funding source being discussed is
having the beltway built by a toll authority

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Since online applications first became
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"This new system will help more resi-


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By Debbie Israel Messer, Staff
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ORANGE PARK Clay County's Trans-
portation Advisory Committee (TAC)
voted last week to recommend to the Clay
County Board of Commissioners that a
transportation authority be formed.
After hearing consultantJohn Beck ex-
pound on the merits of transportationrand
expressway authorities, members heard
from Bill Garrison, one of the TAC mem-
bers. Garrison has chaired a subcommittee
of the TAC looking into the formation of
an authority.
According to Garrison, the subcommit-
tee had agreed a transportation authority,
was the means to get the "outer beltway
constructed."
Beck acted as General Cou nsel to thie
Florida Department of Transportation in
the early 1980's and has sincebeeninvolved
in most pieces of major legislation related
to transportation.
Beck reviewed for the committee the
benefits of having a transportation au-
thority, including the methods for estab-
lishing a authority. financing authoritN
projects and navigating the state trans-
portation maze.
He also rev iewed how to fill board slots
saying he believed that the governor
should appoint a major portion of the
members.
SHe also said that all counties,and the
largest city, involved in the authority
should have seats and that the secretary for
the department of transportation should
be included on die board
He said members should not be elected
officials saving appointed members gave
elected officials "cover" something
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meeting decried.
"I don't want then (elected officials) to
have cover, "said Lyda. "I want to be able to
reach elected officials and let them know
what I think about the issues."
Beck responded that it was important
for board members tonothave to stand for
election to insure projects would be ap-
proved that might be the best alignment
but might not be politically correct
Beck was asked if board members of
such an authority would simply consist-of
those people in the community with spe-
cial interests who would benefit from an
outer beltway.,
Beck assured the questioner that in his
experience mostboard members were not
paid and found that it was time consuming
and hard work.
In discussing the merits of the authori-
ty, Beck warned the con mittee to avoid
using federal dollars to fund authority
projects.
He said federal dollars would result in
increased costs and longerperiods for proj-
ect completion.
Asked later if the additional costs
would be the result of Davis-Bacon re-
quirements. Beck would onll say thatthey
would be a portion of the increase. The
federal Davis Bacon Act requires prevail-
ing wages to be paid on a project where
federal dollars are used.
Beck was also asked if not using federal
dollars would mean that environmental
requirements would be simpler. Initially
he indicated that was the case but con-
firmed later that even where federal per-
mits, not just dollars, were required a
projectwould have to comply with the Na-
tional Environmental PolicyAct (NEPA).
For example, with the outer beltway, if
it were to come through the Black Creek
Ravines Conservation Area, there would
likely be Corps of Engineers permits re-
quired because of the in olvement of wet-
lands areas in die project \icinlit.
Beck told members many authorities
operate as"3 P's"aka public'private part-
nerships. With those partnerships the por-
tions of theprojectprocessand/orfunding
canbedivided between the partners.


Private partners could acquire right of
way faster and then turn the property over
to the public partner. That prompted an
audience concern about the rights of pri-
vate property owners.who may feel that
they may not get a fair market value for
their property.
Federal dollars also affect how right of
way is acquired. Under the federalacquisi-
tion requirements. relocation of residences
or business mav also be required.
SFunding of the authority's projects
would depend upon the type of project and


the Inttre of die partnerships involved.
Beck told TA.C members bonds sold
under the authority could be paid back by
way of tolls on the road projects. Another
instances a loan can be obtained where the
interest is negotiable.
TAC member Barry Fuller asked about
a timeframe for the county to begin the
process to begin establishing the authority.
Beck cautioned that it might already
be too late for next ear's legislative ses-
sion to get a bill approved establishing
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School district starts year with nine new principals


By Debbie Israel Messer, Staff
disraelmesser@jcpgroup.com

ORANGE PARK With 35 schools in the
district, the Clay County School District
will start the year with nine new principals.
Two of those principals are at the district's
newest schools, Lake AsburyJunior High
and Argyle Elementary.
However, seven of them will start at ex-
isting schools in the district. Some posi-
tions have occurred because of principals
leaving to go to the new schools while
other positions have opened up due to re-
tirements ..
Thejunior high schools have experi-
enced thegreatest change with three of the
five principals changing this year. The
moves for most of the principals came in
April as the principals for the new schools
were chosen and principals or assistant
principals in the district were chosen to
take their places.
ArgyleElementary-WWE.CherryPrin-
cipal Diane Kornegay was chosen by Su-
perintendent David Owens to open Argyle
Elementary and become its firstprincipal.
Kornegay told parents at the community
meeting held last spring that she was proud
to become the first principal. Located in
Argyle the school is now closer to 500 stu-


dents over the estimated capacity:
Montclair Elementary Principal Bill
Miller is also stating ahead of the curve
having been an assistant principal at Mont-
clair last year. Miller was in Desert Storm
and was an Army Captain after 16 years in
the service. He views his initial role at
Montclair as "see a lot, change a little" but
uan'i to suess liteiaci and critical thiiinng
skills. Montclair is also an 'A' school locat-
ed in Orange Park
R.M.Paterson Elementary- Principal
Grieninger isa former Navy pilot who re-
tired in 1992 and found that he wanted to
make a career change. Located off High-
wa' 17. Paterson Elementary is one school
that has not reached its estimated enroll-
ment as of the first day of school That may
change with the addition of more housing
right next to the school and the request by
developers in Fleming Island for addition-
al multi-family units.
W.E. Cherry Elementary Pri nc i pal
Angie Whiddon is no stranger to \\'EC
having been the assistant principal last
year until principal Diane Kornegay
moved to A igyle Elementary in April.
Whiddon inherits an "A'school in Orange
Park, which is also a Title 1 school that has
many of its students identified as at-risk
students.


STAFf PHOTOS BY DEBBrE ISRAEL MESSIER
Montclair.Elementary Principal Bill Miller met with staff after the parents' orientation
held at the school last week. Miller was assistant principal at the school last year.


Wilkinson Elementary Much of
PrincipalDeniseAdams' ed ucation ten ure
was inDuval County but she vwa the prin-
cipal of Montclair Elementary last year
and the assistant principal the year before;
She has anextensive background as well in
specialeducation Coming to WilkinsonEl-


ementary in April when former principal
Ed Pa ulk moved to Lake AsburyJunior
High, Adams sees herjob as working to
make sure the school gets the academic
recognition it deserves. Adams said her

PRINCIPAL continued on page A-9


2005-06 Clay County school calendar


Principal David McDonald greets students at Wilkinson Junior High. McDonald made
the move to WJH after being principal at Middleburg High School for 11 years.


Sept. 5
Sept. 21
Oct. 6,
Oct. 7
Oct. 19
Nov. 11
Nov. 23-25
Dec. 16
Dec. 19-Jan. 2
Jan. 3
Jan. 4
Jan. 16
Feb. 20
Mar. 10
Mar. 13
Mar. 27 -31
April 3
May 25
Ma 2 "" "
April 14
May 19

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Thanksgiving- student/teacher holiday
End Second Grading period (45 days)
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,'lijrn- do'. :rud. t holiday
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Interim reports to parents

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AAigust 11, 2005'











Oakleaf's growth prompts rapid response from district


By Debbie Israel Messer, Staff
disraelinesser@jcpgroup.cont

FLEMINGISLAND Schoolboard mem-
bers will look next week at the appraisals
for property for several parcels of land lo-
cated in the Oakleaf Plantation that is
being donated for school sites.
Those appraisals will be important to
dithe school district as dheS struggle to cope
with the development in thearea.
Overall. Oakleaf is scheduled tocha\e
S fie school sites.
The developer of Oakleaf Plantation,
The Hutson Companies, Inc. has dis-
cussed with district staff the possibility of


PRINCIPAL hop, pac A-8

door is.aalavs open toparems.
Lake Asbury Junior High Ed Paulk
wia. .chosen b\ Superintendent D)a id
S(h\cns to open LAJH. Lea\ in, W\ilkii'non
JLinioir High after a long tenile at that
school, Paulk has spent hiisenuire cduci:a-
tional ri! eer in the disu ic The ESE pio-
,i am 1fioi \\ilkiiscn i iuriior Hif'h( ame Ii t
LAJH ith Paulk.
Orange ParkJunior High Pilncipal
Jume-. lting isa replacement ft who L)a\e
Brl.>skic- \\.ho clit tO M lidc lebtu g Hi'gh.
WilkinsonJunior High Principal
Da\id McDonald amle [o \Wilkeri sn in
April when Ed Paulk moled t[0 L[AJH. NMI -
Donald comes 1111from Middleblu..; Hi.,h
\\ hire lie v w s principal for 11 \eai s IMc -
Don.ld ,rei up in ClaI Coniii\ attenlingl


advancing the school district the funding
for the schools essentially in lieu of im-
pact fee credits.
Thedisaict recent, altered the method
of apple\ ing impact fee credits to reduce
the percentage of the credit that can be
taken for donated land
Thedistrict was surprised bvd the influ x
of studentsat the new Argi le Elementar\.
which opened a year late.
The school, which has a rated capacity\
of 858 student stadtons. but was estimated,
originally flor 791 students. now hasclose to
131)0 stude nLtS wrh noCed in sight.
At the opening of school. Argi le
Principal Diane koi nega\ said she would


schools here. started teachuig in the district
at \LEC in 1982.a lid as spent 15 \ear as an
administrator. He sees kids coming to
school withd"a hlt more baggage". "\,e ha\ e
to teach theIn t1o leai n to think and to do
problem-solv-ing;." said Mc)Donald. Mc-
Donald hired ne.ah half of the teaching
staff thisiear..
Middleburg High School Da\e
Brioskieti-amel toithe Iigh sch li':l wiil a iun-
ior high backglo.inid. Having tauglut at
LakesideJ junior High and being the prn-
cipal at (OPH, Broskie las had expel iencc
with studenii during a. difiicutL age.Origi-
nall\ tiomi Peinnsvl\ anla. Broi.skie will be
Stworking with the Istaf ut i pnt i\e read i ig
skills.- a .kill nicessar' if the high school is
to iinmpr, e its "D" ratini oin the FCAT. He:
eesluco.lrpor al:ltii. rea:ling hint'-all p:utarsof
die ci i-i ulu i ,-ske\ to iat in ipio\ menil.


be asking for another allocation of a
kindergarten teacher on the next school
board meeting.
SBecause of the lack of space,iLe. no more
room for classroom additions, that teacher


will "co-teach" ii an existing classroom.
She expects class size to rise as well
Nearly as soon as the K-8 schools open,
the district will be looking at starting ajun-
ior high.


Schools set open houses,


orientations over the next month


Special to Clay Today'

GREEN COVE SPRINGS The follow-
ing Clai Colunty schools have set their
open houses:
*Argyle Elemenary Grades K-2,
-Aug. 30 and grades 3-6 on Sept. 1.6:30i
p.m. for bot h das.
*Clay Hill Elementary Grades 3-6.
Aug.23 and gadesK-2on Aug. 3S.6:30
p.m. for both day s.
Doctor's Inlet Elementary- A.ugJ5,
7p.m.. Pre ESE,2 and A ug.,16. p.n 3-6.
Fleming Island Elementary -
Aug.16,. i p.m., K.AX ug.23, 6 p.m., grade 3
and 7 p.m.for grade 6. Aug.30, 6 p.m..
Sgade and 7 p.m.,gadce SepL. 16p.mn..
gi ade 2 a d 7p.m.,grade 5.Sept.6,6 p.mL.
ESE & Pre K ESE studeuts.
Grove Park Elementary Pie K
and ESE 2 students, Aug. 18, from 6-
7p.m. Grades 3-6 will meet the same
night but from 7"15 to 8:15 p.m.
*Lake Asbury Elementary -Three
separate nights are set meeting a week
apart at 7-8 p.m. On -Ag. 16. Pie K. and
ESE I students will meet. On Aug. 23.
grades 4-6 will meet and on Aug. 30.
grades 2-3 will meet
Lakeside Elementary Grades 1-6
will have open house on Aug. 16 from 6-
7:30 p.m.
*MiddleburgElementary-Aug.-22,
6- 7:00 p. mn, will be kindergarten with
grade from 7:15 8:15 p.m. Aug. 23,6-7
p.m.. gade 2 and 7:15 8:15 p.r. is grade
3. Aug. 29, 6-7 p.i., is giade 4 and grade
5 is from 6:45-7:45 p.m. Aug. 29,7:15-8:15
p.m.rwil begrade 6.
Montclair Elementary Aug. 16,7


-8 p.m., is for grades K-3 with Aug. 17,
from 7-S p.m. for grades 4-6.
Orange Park Elementary New
parents will meet on Aug. 16 at 6:30 p.m.
Grades K-2 will meet the same night at 7
p.nm. Aug. 18 grades 3-6, at 6:30 p.m.
*Paterson Elementary Aug. 22, 7-
8 p.m., or grades K-2. Aug. 23,7-S p.m.,
grades 3-4 and on Aug.29. 7-8 p.m.,
grades 5-6.
*Rideout Elementary Aug. 16.
froin 7-S p.m.. grades K-2 & ESE with
Aug. 23, tloIC 7-8 p.m. for grades 3-6.
*Ridgevie-Elementary Aug. 15.at
7 p.m.. grade 4. On Ang. 16. gr ade 2. 6:30
p.mi. and grade 6 at7 p.m. Grade 3 will
meet on Aug. I1S.7 p.m.. Aug. 23.7 p.m..
grade I will meet with ESE on Aug. 30I at
7 p.m.
*S. BryanJennirigs Elementary -
Aug. 22, at 7 p.im. PreK ESE -2and Aug.
23.7 pJn..grades 3-6.
SSwimming Pen Creek Elementary
- A-.I.23.6:30 -8 p.n., for g-rades3-6 )&
ESE and Augii.30,6:30 8 p.n, gi~ade- K-2.
SThunderbolt Elementary -Aug.
15.,:30 p.m. gi ades 3-5 and Aug. 16. 6:30
p.im.gradesl.2& 6.
ST\ nesElementary Aug 15.grade
4.6 7 p.m. and grade 5, from 7:15 8:15
p.m. Aig.16.7-8 p.m., is kindergarten.
Aug.22. p.m. is g ade I6 and on Aug. 23,
6-7p.m.. giade2 w ith grade 3 fiom
7:15-8:15 p.i .
Wilkinson Elementary Aug. 16.
6:30 p.m., PreK ESE 2 students and Aug.
18. 6:30 p.m.. grades 3-6.

.A Ijuniorhigh schools will hold open
houses at 7p.mn. Thursday. Aug. 25.


STNFT PHOTO B -DEBBIF ISRAEL MESSIER
W.E. Cherry Elementary is like home for Principal Angie Whiddon who served last year
as the assistant principal. Whiddon is looking to increase community participation at
the school by holding Adult Education classes at the school.

Helm Funeral Home Proudly Welcomes Pamela "Blocker" O'Bryan.


Pamela as bor in 196S to the late Doroth) "Sue" and John lenr, Blocker She anended school in
Green Cooe Spring from 1973 1986. and hai three sons she is t\i- proud of. Brian and Ben. ho
anend Clas High School and Brandon Hanna. who anends Lake AsburI Jr. High
Pamela leh Cila Counr, for West Vrginia nm I1)5. here she arrended S\-'(CC and studied Nursing
There she loled a local Church and met the Re:erend Paul O'Bran. who she married um 21103
Pamela came home ro Green -Coe Spnngi to le 'ih and care for her ailing mother, rnh recenil',
passed a%%as Pamela arinnd. the CongCreaiional Hoitne" Church in Green Co'.e Springs, and i a
proud member of the Moose Lodge She has decided to make Green Cove Springs and Clay County
her taml: I'Spermanent home. and pljn-s to father her educjnon by enrolling in the Mortuary Science
Program at FCCJ next spring.
Pamela.eels it is a privilege to serve Clay County through a family owined Funeral Home that is dedi-
cated to caring for people everywhere.


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Section A-10 CLAYTODAY.BIZ August 11, 2005


OLDE FARM from page A-1

Thus, The Olde Farm Inc. was born.
"Nobody thinks it will work," said Mike
Curtis, 48, "but we keep working at it."
On Friday, April 8, the Curtises and
about 20 volunteers began distributing
food about two miles south of County
Road 218 on Carter Spencer Road.
It was immediately clear the demand
was there.
"We had about 150 families the firstweek
we got started and now we're getting over
250 families each week," said Gail, 52. "It's
grown fasterthan we ever thoughtit would.
There's a lot of needy families out there."
Unlike many other charitable organi-
zations, Olde Farm does not require any in-
come verification.
Gall said the\ do: that because many
people may not qualify for government as-
istaince programs but still have a need be-
cause of an illness or other family situations.
Those coming to get food are asked to
sign a book giving the n umnber people in
their family and a general reason. such as
"income eligible"or Social Security recipi-
ent, why they are seeking assistance. But no
documentation is required.
Gail said other charitable organizations
have questionedif that's wise.
"Som e of them have askedus,'Don't you
think some of those peopleare abusing it,'
And we tell them it's not really our place to
judge. If somebody comes through here
and they don't need it (food' that bad. then


maybe they will kick in a dollar or two in
the jug," she said. "That's where our dodia-
tons come from."
What cash donations the group gets
each Friday goes toward fuel for large
-trucks used to pickup food.
"Weaskpeopletoputsomething inthejar,
evenif it's a few pennies," she said. "We'll take
whatever we can get. Gas is about to kill us."
The group plans a fundraising event
Sept. 26. Details are still in the works but it
will involve a motorcycle run and hog
roast, they said.
Middleburg resident Pam Burke said
the food comes in handy for her family,
who is sti\ iin on one salary while her
husband goes to school.-
"I think it's a grea t iwas\ help people,"
said Burke; who sometimes volunteers as a
distributor. "They promote great Christ-
ian attitude."
Burke said she always feels w.elcomei
when she comes here.
"Nobody looks do% \\n onyou or makes
you feel bad," she said. "There will be a time
inayearorsowhen vwe don't need thishelp
.anymore,but I will keep coming out here
to help."
Another inoman w, walking to her car
with a box full of items said she wouldn't
be able to buy meat for her family with-
out the assistance.
"The quality of the stuff you get is real-
ly good, the ba nnaas. car rots. lett uce." said
Donna Chivington of Middleburg, who
brought her two children along. "I get child


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STAfF PHOTO BS GREG WIVSH
Volunteer Nettie Treat stocks items while there is brief break in the people coming to
receive free food at The Old Farm Inc. distribution site near Middleburg. The volun-
teer-run site averages more than 200 families a week and requires no income verifi-
cation.


su pport but I ca n'iafford to \enbum meat
at thestore. This really helps usout."
Food is handed out between 3:30 and
5:30 p.m., rain or shine, on the same prop-
erts where HamJam wasonce held. In fact,
one of the buildings being used isa former
pole barn that doubled asabar,bt it still
contains working refrigerators and a se-.
cured storage area .
Items differ each week depending on
what companies want to1 onate and can
\ aui as widely asda\-old donuts to \eggie
burger. Most often there arese eral kinds
of %egetables including lettuce. potatoes
and cai rots as well as cream cheese. so\
milk, oli\e oil and granola w afers.
Often die items are overstocked pro d-
uicts close to their expiration date. Mike
said. The group has several disriihutoirs
the\ wo:,rk with, he said.
Thearoupalso makes special effort to
make children welcome. They ha\ e their
own "ki dscorner"where kidscan get a fee
toy and e\ en grab a book as a wa\t to piro-
mote literacy .
"You get the feelihn sometimes that
some of these kids don't get talked to real
nice at home." said Lori Gut hrie. Olde
Farm treasurer. "We just tr\ to make
them comfortable."
Guthrie said man\ people comment


that the Olde Farm is mole relaxed than
either places offering assistance. The rea-
son is mania of the Olde Fai m workers have
beenthere.
S"We'e been on boih sides of the fence."
.said Guthi le. "WeA need it and we provide it."
G(iuthrie said the volunteers work hard
to make people feel welcome and stressed
dhes have no religious affiliation.
Wehave a loof peoplehere whodon't
to go to chui chesbecause they don't want
to be preached to. The\ just \want their
food." she said. "Tl'e been to places m\ self
inJacksonville where the volunteers hand
\ou something and sa .'Here. Now go.' We
don't do that.
"A lot o these workers are reried or dis-
abled oron Social Securit ; but die\ are out
here even week helping people because
they believe in it." Gthruie said.
One of those worked s is Shirle\ Pad-
gerti who sa\ sshe gets a good feeling
helping others.
"When \oul see someone smiling and
you know that \ou put it there gi\ ing
them something then it makes it all worth
it,"she said.: -. .
SFor detailson the food giveawa. or to
\oluntee., call Gail or Mike CLUtis at 90ti'
291-3852 or send an email to
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BACK TO SCHOOL from page A-1

welcomed that sound as the dawning of a
new year with countless new faces can-
vassing the halls like marching ants.
In the southern end of the county, Key-
stone HeightsJunior Senior High School
has seen the need to instill a reading cur-
riculum for its students, requiringthat each
person bring some sort of reading materi-
al for the school's daily reading hour.
"We had this program last year and it
was a great success," said principal Susan
Sailor during seventh grade orientation at
the school on FridaN. Aug. 5."It's going tobe
a big ear."
That stateinent was echoed across the
county as teachers spent the last two weeks
preparing for students' arrival, some relo-
cating to other schools and others like
math teacher John McGee guiding the
"new ones" around the halls he has spent
36 years exploring.
"The class sizes lookvery, very good this
year," said theClay High School Algebra II,
Trigonometry and Analytic Geometry
teacher whohas spent his entire career at
the school "When they first opened up the
school in1971, we had about one-third of
this space. This year, we're going to get
more time for discussion... and (smaller
classes means) you can get more involved
with the students."
Studentinvolvementis something Kerry
Tucker is counting on. As Ridgeview High's
newest early childhood education and child
development teacher, Tucker plans to
switch gears from the English department
and utilize the preschool classrooms next
door to instill in her students the impor-
tance of preschool education. Those class-
rooms, built inside Ridgeview High, are
used to teach letters to 1-5 year olds while


also showing high school students how to
interact with young children.
"It was a big career change for me," said
Tucker, who said the program where stu-
dents first learn how to teach their
younger counterparts and then spend the
rest of the year practicing what they
learned is very successful. "The focus on
preschool education has become so large
that I think it is very important."
Middleburg Elementary teachers
Wendy Chaff andJudi Corbin are also ex-
cited to start the new year.
"I'mlooking forward fomeeting almost
100 new students," said Cha ff. a read ing,
English and social studies teacher at the
school. "I'm ready to challenge them and
help them grow."
Corbin, who teaches extended studies
at the school, is also looking forward to ex-
posing the children to die world oLutside of
Clay County.
"There is a great need-for information
about our world," said Corbin, who plans
to discuss current eventswith her classes. "I
want to give our students enrichment"
Perhaps the teachers having the most
fun planning their curriculum Thursday,
Aug. 4 were Grove Park Elementary first,
grade teachers Robin Schaus, Kerri
Looney,Jamie Ferguson ad Lucille De-
Veaux. The four were in deep conversation
picking out puzzles and dreaming up
games for theirlittle charges. -
"I like meeting new personalities," said
Looney, who also said that every year
brings a new batch of children ready and
willing to learn.
Thus, with books in hand, 3,318 Clay
County schoolchildren headed back to the
chalkboards already looking forward to a
bright summer day when they can once
again free themselves from theringingbell.


BELTWAY from-page A-5

to help cover the estimated $850 million
price tag for the 35-mile road, transporta-
tion officials said previously.
Other Clay County projects on the MPO
list, in third and eighth places, respectively,
were the.Cleveland Connector and the
four-laningofBrananField/Chaffee Road
from Oaklea f Plantation Parkway to Ar-
gyle Forest Boulevard North.
County Commission President George
Bush noted that the Bianan Field project
woul be accomplished with-County
funds with the hope of later reimburse-
ment If itwere to remain in eigh th plact.
however, it could lose the opportunity


for reimbursement.
Moving the Cleveland Connector could
make it eligible for federal money and, in
addition, give the County an opportunity
to acquire the necessary right-of-way.
Bush also suggested that an additional
right turn lane and "slip lane" be added to
U.S. 17 at Eldridge Avenue. He also recom-
mended that the Holiday Inn there be
asked to move its entrance farther west on
Eldridge and also that a right turn lane be
provided from Eldridge onto Wells Road.
Bush said funds are available for the
project and the MPO staff agreed FDOT
should be approached for approval.
(Staff writer Bob Henderson was a
contributor to this article.)


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Bush welcomes new NAVAIR Depot commander


By Greg Walsh, Managing Editor
gwalsh@jcpgroup.com

JACKSONVILLE Gov.Jeb Bush was on
hand Thursday, Aug. 4, at the change of
command at the Jacksonville Naval Air
Depot, a facility that employs hundreds of
SClay County residents.
Speaking before an estimated500 guests
and Depot workers in a huge hangar at
JacksonvilleNaval Air Station, Bush credit-
ed outgoing Depot commander Capt
David Beck with making many positive
changes during his two-year command.
Bush said the depot, which employs
more than 3,700 civilian workers, won sev-
eral performance awards since Beck took
command inJune 2003.
"He kept my office informed about im-
portantmattershehasgreatmilitary values
and he maintained close relationship with
theJacksonville community," Bush said.
The governor pointed out someone his
father, President George E. Bush, was par-
ticularly thankful for thework of Navy air-
craft maintenance workers. The elder
Bush was a naval aviator the Pacific theater
in World War IL
'As the offspring of my father, I appre-
ciate you helping my dad get back home,"
Gov. Bush said.
Bush also noted the Depot continued to


STAFF PHOTO BY GREG WALSH
Capt. David Beck, left, who was relieved Thursday, Aug. 4, as commander of the Jacksonville Naval Air Depot, stands next to Flori-
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when blood supplies are dangerously low.
Beck noted a number of internal
changes he and his staff have implement
ed over the past two years that have sped re-
pairs and reduced the number of repaired
aircraft returning.
He said his replacement. Capt.John
Scanlan II, would continue that effort.
Scanlan has served as Becks exec ut\e of-
ficer the past two years.
"The things you (Scanlan) will accom-
plish over the next two years will pale in
comparison to the things we have done.
over the.past two years. I couldn't be hap-
pier to turn the command over to him,"
Beck said.
The Depot. which will soon be re-
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east, was feared to be on the BRAC
chopping block earlier this \eai, but it
turnedoutto be a big w imner when the na-
tionwide BRAC closures were announced
in Mav. The Nay\ said it would instead
send se eral hundred jobs from a Na\al
Air Station in Brunswick, Maine. toJack-
sonville when that facility closed.
The Depot functions as an aircraft
maintenance facility, working on the
Navy's P-3 Orion, F/A-18, S-3 Viking and
the SH-60 Seahawk helicopter. But it also
does airci aft modifications, o erhauls en-
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chanical components and provides
aircraft supportt ser~ ices.
Scanlan is a Kansas native whose


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during the first Iraq war in 1993.
Scanlan saidhewould continue the pos-
itive changes already under way at the
Depot. mainhl sueamlining the operation
to makeit more efficient
Mayor John Peyton presented Beck
with a keyto-thecity. ..
"Weare el) fIortunatetohaveleaders
like Capt Beck, whohas really transformed
the facility at a time in oturhistor\ when it's
never been niore important." Perton said.
Scanlan,,%peaking to reportersaft er the
ceremonysaid there was nothing hecould
do about the Base Realignment and Clo-
sure Commission and he was more con-
cerned about supporting the fleet
"I am cont ident the civilian leadership
till continue todo the right thing." he said.
Beck is retiring after a 26-year military
career that included 22 moves in 20 \ears,
much of it spent at sea away from faill.
He thanked his wife for her patience and
understanding. noting he had been
home for the birth of only one of their
three children.
A flag that had flown over the U.S. Capi-
tol was later presented to his wife b\ their
oldest son.Jeremrn himself a recently com-
missioned Na al officer. At one point in-
theceremon\. Ensign Beck spokeof his fa-
ther's 26 years of "standing watch h" for his
family andcountr\:
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Sheriff's Office offers Citizens' Academy


Special to Clay Today

GREEN COVE SPRINGS The Clay
County Sheriff's Office will once again
offer its Citizens' Academy to all adults
who qualify.
Program thatbegan six years ago atthe
agency, hundreds of Clay County residents,
young andold,have completedtheprogram.
The fall session of the Citizens' Acade-
my is almost at capacity but the CCSO is
still accepting applications. This session
will begin in late September and wrap up
before the holidays.
The curriculum of the Citizens' Acade-
my includes the following:
*General overview from Sheriff Bcsel-
er on the history\ otf la;t encfoicemein in


Clay County
Overview of the personnel and budg-
et of theCCSO
*Bureau leaders present information
on each of their divisions and their role in
serving the community
Discussions of landmark cases and in-
vestigations in CCSO history
Tour of the Clay CountyJail
The academy spansa ten-week period
and is held on Tuesday evenings from 6:30-
9:30p.m. The academy is open to all adult
Clay County residents. Criminal back-
ground checks are conducted.
For information on the Citizens' Acad-
emy, call 213-6664 or 213-6671.
Participants can also enroll online at
u ww.cla\ sheriff.com.


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of $45,000! This money has helped fund the building of a Habitat home
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Section A-14 CLAYTODAY.BIZ August 11,2005


OBITUARIES


ROBERT LEWIS BAKER
Mr. Robert Lewis Baker, 64, passed
away quietly at home in OP, FL on Au-
gust 5,2005, following a five-year battle
with colorectal Cancer. He was bornJuly
12,1941,in Paoli, IN, to Dr.James E. Baker
& Mrs.Jane Hall Baker, who preceded
him in death. Surviving is his loving wife,
Iris Dean (Baker) Baker and two sons:.
Jerry Dean Brecht (Candy), Falmouth,
VA, and Anthony Lewis Baker (Maria),
GCS, FL; two brothers:James Edward
Baker II (Mary Ann), Cincinnati, OH and


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Robert was a Department of the Arniy
Civilian, retired from the Office of As-
sistant Chief of Engineeris, after 33 years
of Federal ser\ ice. He will be cremated
and his ashes interred later. In lieu of
flowers,friends and relatives may con-
tribute in his name to Hospice ofJack-
sonville. Arrangements are under the
care of Broadus-Raines & Pons Family
Funeral Home.

CHARLES R. CROCKETT
Mr. Charles R. Crockett, 73, Green
Cove Springs, FL, passed away Saturday,
July 30,2005. Born, Sept. 27,1931, inGCS,
he worked for GA Pacific Paper Compa-
ny for 35 years. He was past-president of
the local paper workers union and was a
member of Russell Baptist Church in
GCS. Mr. Crockett loved fishing, playing
his guitar and reading the Bible. He was
preceded in death by his parents,
Charles and Carrie Crockett. Survivors
include his loving wife of 54 years,
Pheby M. Crockett; sons: Charles David
Crockett and Mark Allen Crockett, Sr.,
both of GCS, FL; daughter, Diana L.
(Jim) Conner, Interlachen, FL; brothers:
Richard Croc ket t a d R.D. (Patsy) Crock-
ett, all of GCS, FL; two grandchildren
and two great-grandchildren. Services
were held, Monday, Aug. 8, in the Chapel
of Broadus-Raines .& Pons Family


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Cemetery. Ait rangeiments are u under the
care of Broadus-Raincs & Pons Famiil
Funeral Home.

ALICE JOAN SCHWISOW
.Mrs.-Alice Joan Sc h is ow. i.5,GCC. FL.
.passed a-wa\ Tutesday. ,lAugust 2.2005 at
her home. Born Mla 15. 19i40. in. alem.
NMA., she was a local resident for the past
18 years, mo\ ing here fromn NC. A nem-
ber of the VFW Post 1988 Ladies Auxil-
iaryy in GC S and the Women of the
Moose, she was a member of Sacred
HeartCatholic Church. Survivors-are her
sons: Ray Schwisow, Palatka. FL and Rick-
ey Schwisow, Tampa. FL: da ugh ters: Ina
A. Idom of GCS, FL and Sue Risner; New
Smyrna Beach.FL: brothers: Ray Perron,
Charleston. SC, Bob Per ion, Winthrop
Harbor, IL andJoseph Pei r n. Be\ erl .
MA; sisters: .Maiie Mailowe, Rensselaer,
NY and Anita Fox, Bloomif ield, CO& 1.3
grandchildren. Services were held Friday,
Aug. 5, in the Chapel of Broadus-Raines.
& Pons Family Funeral Home with Fa-
therJames R. Boddie,Jr. officiating. In-
terment will be in FL National Cemetery
at a later date.Arrangements under the.
care of Broadus-Raines & Pons Family
Funeral Home.

VIRGIL AUGUST KLEINGARN
Mr. Virgil August Kleingarn, 66, born
in Beatrice, NE, Sept. 14,1938, went to
sleep on August 3,2005. Husband, father,
brother and grandfather, he is survived
by his wife of 29 years, Cindy; son,
Christopher; daughters: Cathy Riker,
Carrie Scott andJanice Signorile; sisters:
Helen Skanes and twin sister Jenny
Woltemnath; 8 grandchildren and 1 great-
a i-idcli ild. He wIs a ainembel of the GCS
Con re'gationa t Io J1ehovah1' \\i itieses. A
memorial set\ ice \as held SturiI da\. Aug.
6, in the Chapel of Broaduis-RainrIs &
Pons Family Funeral Homne.

MERILYN DOWLING BROWN
Mrs. Merilyn Dowling Brown, 80,
passed away August 7, 2005. She was a
long time resident of Jacksonville, FL
anid lias spent her last two years in the
Life Care Center Nursing Home in OP.
She was predeceased by her two daugh-
ters: Sandy Brinser and Carol Zimmer.


She retired from the CSX Raillroad after
33 years of sei \ ice in 1989. and conftiLniedl
to live inJac ksonm lle, FL. She was a
member of the Arlington Baptist
Church. She is survived bh her grand-
daughters: Slhei r Oelkers. Richmond.
VA. Stephanie Williams.Jacksonm ille, FL
and Kristin Da\ is. Cherry Hill. NJ; and
granldson.Jason Zimmer. Interlachan.
FL.Shealsohas 4gi eat-granddauighters:
Elizabeth & Katherine Oelkers. and
Brooke & Bailee Williams. Ser\ ices \e re
held \Wednesda\. Aug. 10. in the Chapel
of Hardae-G-iddens Ri\ei mead Funer-.
al Home. Intermjent followed with ira\e-
side services at the Greenlawn Cemeter)
alongside her long time friend Paul
Kvai iko.

RAYMOND DISMANG
inchors Aweigh"
Mr.Ra ymond Dismnang.
68,leftfor his last sea dulI arid is on his
way to anew port of call. as the good Lord
has called him
home to serve on s .
his ship of Angels. -
Raymond resided
in OP, FL from 1974
to present. He re-
tired from.the US
NaI\ .Jacksonville.
Naval Air Station
then went on to
Civil Service and
retired in 2000. Raymond was born in
Peoria, IL, 30 Oct 1936, joined the US
Army at 17 and served in Korea. He then-
entered the US Navy after being a civil-
ian fIr about a eart. He served aboard die '
USS DLiBLiRY BAY, LiSS BOXER, LISS
NANTAHALA and USS CADMUS. as a
very good Commissari Man (CS1). He
lea tes his wife. Laura Disna ng: daiug h-
ters: Lauin ind: I \\endell Nix and Kei r\
ilohn Mcln nosh all of OP. FL and Eliza-
beth hI ikeiSieenson ot Lake Asbtri FL:
sons:Ra\ T herese. Dismang. Fa% eteville.
AR and Timotrh tJimnelleDisiiiang. Low-
ell. AR: lie lea\ es 11 grandchildren: Steven
& Megan Nix. Tabadia & Amber Woolse,.
Matt McIntosh all of OP. FL. Ryan D)is-
mang. Jackson ille. FL. Heather (Dis-
mnng i Leal. Daniel Disinang of
Fa ette\ille. AR Jaclii. Abbv & Lily

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A s 1 2 C S A-15


ARRESTS


The Clay County Sheriffs Office ar-
rested these people Aug. 3-8. For more in-
formation, call the sheriffs office at
284-7575

Adams, Elitsha, 34: contempt of court
Allen, Christopher, 22: disorderly intoxi-
cation
Barragan, Roberto, 40: unauthorized use
of a motor vehicle
Bartosavage, Patrick, 20: child abuse
Barwick, Roger, 43: worthless check
Bauer, Cynthia, 36: schemes to defraud,
grand theft auto, grand theft
Beal, Billy, 56: theft
Belton, Kandi, 24: worthless check
Bradley, Kristopher, 21: contempt of
court
Bridgman, Dustin, 19: failure to show, poss
of drug paraphernalia, violating probation
Brown, Christopher, 24 : criminal mis-
chief, battery
Brown, Corey, 28: grand theft
Canada, Dale, 48: dui, driving while license
suspended/revoked
Cardoza, Anthony, 29: criminal contempt
of court
Carmichael, Adam, 21: contempt of court
Chesser, Douglas, 55: battery
Clark, James, 46: grand theft value $5,000-
9,999, dealing in stolen property
Cleveland, Bart, 42: dui
Coleman, Bradford. 31: dealing in stolen
property, theft
Coleman, Bradford, 31: poss of an open
container in public
Davis, Dolores, 43: dui
Dombroski, Matthew, 18: attempted
armed robbery
Dyal, Andrew, 28: indirect criminal contempt
Enright, Timothy, 59: burglary, burglary to


occupied dwelling, poss of burglary tools,
burglary battery on a victim, aggravated stalk-
ing, resisting arrest w/.violence, aggravated
battery, violation of injunction
Evans, Bobby, 21: poss of less than 20
grams of marijuana
Flaherty, Robert, 79: dui
Foreman, Kenneth, 43: burglary, poss of a
controlled substance, petit theft
Fowler, Eric, 44: petit theft
Fowler, Pat, 58: grand theft
Gallegoes, Eduardo, 34: no drivers license
Galway, Michael, 24: armed burglary
Garcia, Manuel, 19: domestic battery
Garver, Ralph, 43: obtaining property by
fraud
Givens, Torano, 28: driving while license
suspended/revoked
Glass, Eric, 25: burglary, grand theft .
Goodbread, Raymond, 36: dui.
Goss, Brandon, 19: littering under 500
pounds
Grassell, Michael, 23: fraudulent use of
credit card
Griffin, Javaughn, 22: indirect criminal con-
tempt
Grooms, Darnell, 23: domestic battery,
gave false name or id
Hall, Calvin, 22: poss of cocaine
Hamm, Robert, 21: violation of concealed
weapon law
Hargis, Christopher, 18: cult of marijuana
Harpest, Brandon, 20: dui, fleeing/at-
tempting to elude, resisting an officer with-
out violence, no valid d.l., grand theft-auto
Hendricks, Jonathan, 21: driving while li-
cense suspended/revoked
Hicks. Martavia.30: criminal mischief
Higginbotham, Robert, 26: writ of attach-
ment
Hilbrand, Cody, 20: indirect criminal con-


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Hodges, immy, 21: disorderly intoxication'
Holland, Anthony, 31: indirect criminal
contempt
Hopkins, Karen, 36: worthless check
Huenefeld, Beth, 26: no valid d.l.
Huff, Michael, 38: driving while license
suspended/revoked
.Hutchinson, Gregory, 29: poss of drug
paraphernalia
Johns, Robert, 31: grand theft
Johnson, Bruce, 44: dui
Jones, Robert, 40: dui
Justice, David, 39: contempt of court
Kaczmar, Edward, 42: worthless check
Keye, Jervaughn, 27: poss of cocaine, flee-
ing/eluding, resisting without violence, driv-
ing while license suspehded/revoked
Kight, Andrew, 2 1: resisting officer with-
out violence
Knight, John, 26: fugitive from justice -
military desertion
Knowles, Brian, 31: driving while license
suspended/revoked.


Lockhart, Robert, 28: indirect criminal
contempt of court -
Lopez, Richard, 41: driving while license
suspended/revoked
Lowe, Jeramie, 29: poss of cocaine, writ of,
attachment
Lowry, Douglas, 41: worthless check
Lutz, Robert, 52: driving while license
suspended/revoked .
Maddox, Justina, 20: simple battery
Martin, Michael, 60: roadway soliciation
Mattox, Sean, 38: poss of cocaine
McCombs, Michael, 21: domestic battery.
simple battery, criminal mischief
McGee, Michael, 36: false imprisonment,
aggravated battery, sexual battery
McKever, Carrie, 52: false statement, sim-
ple battery
Medina, Christian, 26: poss of powder co-
caine, poss of drug paraphernalia
Mendoza-Rojas, Noe, 24:'driving without
d.i.

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Section A16 LAYTDAY.IZ ugus 11,200


OBITUARIES from page A-14


Dismang, Lowell, AR & great-grandson
Reed Leal, Fayetteville, AR. Memorial
services will be held Saturday, Aug. 13, at
Holly Hill Funeral Home, Mdbg, with
Rev. Rick Crews officiating. Family will
receive friends one hour prior to service
at the chapel.

MILLERINE JOYCE COZART
Mrs. MillerineJoyce Cozart, 73, passed
away Tuesday, August 2,2005. She was a
native of AL, had lived in Clay County
since 1964 and was a member of Madeira
Baptist Church. She is survived by her
husband of 54 years, Arthur Leon Cozart;
2 sons: Michael and Rick (Elena) Cozart;
daughter, Sheila Chambless; sister, Ann
Heggar; 3 grandchildren: Stephanie, Sta-
cie and Shawn Chambless. Funeral serv-
ices were held Friday, Aug. 5, in the
Chapel of Hardage-Giddens Rivermead
Funeral Home, with Pastor Tom Messer
officiating. Interment followed atJack-
sonville Memory Gardens.

ELZIE
LYNNWOOD
WHITFIELD

Mr. Elzie Lyn-
nwood Whitfield,
born on Aug. 2,
1947, in Savannah,


GA, to George Wesley Whitfield & Dora
Beatrice Burroughs Whitfield, departed
this earthly life on Aug. 5, 2005. Lyn-
nwood is entering eternal life to be with
his Heavenly Father after a lifelong bat-
tle with a hereditary kidney disease since
birth. He received his "second chance" on
life after receiving his son, Errol's donat-
ed kidney on March 30,2005. Due to com-
plications after the surgery, Lynnwood
became ill which resulted in his death,
but his wish did come true, as the kidney
worked from the day of the transplant.
Lynnwood and his family moved to Dins-
more when he was at a young.age. The
family homesteaded and Lynnwood at-
tended Dinnmiore Elementar), PaxonJr.
High and graduated withthe Paxon 1965
Ea..le. \\'hen lie \as niot attending math
or English la he cou ld be found with.
his buddies "surfing" at Jacksonville
Beach. He acquired', the nickname
"Woody" frolnih hiMih school friends. He
loved to dance and hang out with his.
friends at the Pig-Bar-B-Q. May 5,1967,
Lynnwood married Yvonne Rose T pe A.
Sherv. i:- 5d F. i c't. He started his working
career during his senior year at Osteens
Pharmacy as the stock and deliveryman
and after graduation became employed
with Moore Dry Kiln, inJax. During the
1960's and early 1970's he became inter-
ested in Drag Racing. His 1955 Chevy
"Gangrene" won him numerous trophies
and the reputation of a "cool guy" from
the pit crew. With the completion of a vo-


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national course from Devry Institute, he
became a self-learned mechanic, left
Moore Dry Kiln to start his own Lawn and
Landscaping business. In the fall of 1971,
"Grasshopper Lawn Service" was born
under the ownership of Lynnwood Whit-
field. The business continues to this pres-
ent day under a new name of "Whitfield's
Lawn and Landscaping" in Macclenny,
FL. In 1972 Lynnwood moved his family
to Macclenny and worked for the city of
Macc1enn\ mrenovating the Beitha Wolfe
Health Dept. to the present day Emily.
Taber Library. Hejoined the Church of
Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in 1973
and began journey in partnership with
Jesus Christ that would change his life
forever. He held many positions with the
church but his greatest service was scout-
master & tdhe comlpletion of his training
at Latle PhIlmonit in C.imineronNM.He
oul:U co(nt-inue as thI e lMaclenni \Vai
Scouttinaltel and iNi nnc lil Men n' Piesidein
for many years teaching & training
young men to become good citizens and
strong Iladtlof theii co:nin.initi\. Lkn-
nwood continued toI \\ r k ofl ando n wi i
his business throughout the years and
with his self-learned skills and knowl-
edge of horticulture became employed
with The Church ofJesus Christof Latter
Day Saints as their Building & Landscape
Supervisor for-the SE region of the
church covering FL.. (A and .L.. He con-
tinued with this posit ioln Iuntil his renal
failure disability in 1992. He returned to
his passion and first love for the outdoors.
of lawn and landscaping, operating and
working with his lawn service, serving
people with the highest quality and pro-
fessional service in the business. Along
the way in 1995 he welcomed the 'Jack-
sonvilleJaguars" football team with con-
tinued support as a seasoned ticket
holder, going to almost every game in 10
years and was an all around #1Jag Fan.
His nickname from his 2 g t.n,:ll.hildi en
is "PaPa Jaguar" which lie tul) loi ed tol
be called. Until his death, he still loved to
dance. watch h football: cook aind talk to


people about aI, nI s and theJaguars.Lyn-
n aCood least es a legacy of compassion and
service to his fellowman and a true "love
for life" and for people. He leaves his
beloved children, Elisa Lynn Whitfield
Reagan (William), granddaughter, Eliza-
beth Rose Reaga n: son. Ei rol Li nnu ood
Whitfield, g ra ndlson. El rol L\ n n vood
Whitfield,Jr.; best fri end and mother of
his children, Nvonne Rose T\ pe: mother.
Dora Beatrice B.urrolugihs W hitfield
Edge:'predeceased h\ his father, George
Wesle) Whitfield: brothers- Ronnie
Whitfield {C:iind\ i. Lair V Whitfield.
Ricky Whitfield i Theresa L. Earl Whit-
field.Michael \hitfield,. Mark Whitfieli
and one sister Ka \ WIln field. Atint Elisa
andi Uiicle Lei', Fra\\le\ : ill.nm liotis
Snieces. nephews, cosii-is and nli\so ma
fr iendk. Io\al customers and business as-
Sociates. Sec% icres ueric eld on Aung. 7.at
the Cliihr ofJesuisC;l ist of Latter [Da\
.Saints with Bislhop Zachair Smallwood
: and PresidentJolqc1i Hatlih office iatinrg.
Iieli mIneni fcillowed at Dinsm:i're Ceme-
tery. In lieu of flowers, Lyrtiwood's wish
is for do.nations to he sent t National
Kidne) Fotlndaon. Ai rangemenlrwere
under the caie and direction of \. Todd
FerreiraFc Iei-lSei t icis.

TERRENCE "TERRY" FARRAR
Mr. Terrence."Terry" Far-
rar,-58, passed away August .
7, 2005. He was born in
Memphis, TN and resided
Sin theJacksonville areasince 1968. Mr.
Farrar was retired from WJXT-Channel
4 after 35 years of service and also
served in the US Navy. Survivors include
his 2 sons: George A. and Terry 'John",
Fa ria r: bi ot her Bob Farrar; sister,Juani-
ta Moic r : a nd friend, Joyce Brinkley.
Family will receive friends on Thursday,
Aug. 11 from 7-9 p.m. at Hardage-Gid-
Sdens Rivermead Funeral Home, 950
Par1, Ave, Orange Park, FL. Gravesicde
services willbe held 1 p.m. F ida\ at FL
National Cemetery, Bushnell, FL with
inilitari\ honors.


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The bride, daughter of Jeanette
Mosley, deceased of Middleburg,
FL, graduated from Middleburg
High School and is employed by
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The bridegroom, son of Nick and
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Section A-18 CLAYTODAY.BIZ August 11, 2005


Explorer program touches on life skills, citizenships


By Diane E. Shepard, Correspondent

Exploring is a worksite-based pro-
gram and part of the Learning for
Life's career education program
through the Boy Scouts of America.
Open to young men and women
who are 14 through 20 years old, Ex-
ploring's mission is to provide young
people with experiences that foster
their maturity and enable them to be
more dependable and compassion-
ate adults.


Special emphasis is given to explor-
ing interdependence in their personal
life as well as their communities. Ex
Exploring programs focus on life fie
skills, character education, citizenship,
leadership experience and career oppor-
tunities. Exploring has posts established in
communities nationwide,.with each post
specializing in a specific career field as var-
ied as aviation and the arts to conservation
and social services.
Clay County has aLaw Enforcement Ex-
ploring Post (No. 987) sponsored by the
Sheriffs Office andcreated in 1980 to foster
a more positive relationship between police
officers and the youth of Clay County.
SThe Explorers receive special training
directly from police officers, allowing them
to carry out a number of services to their
community such as fingerprinting children
for safety/identification purposes, traf-
fic/crowd control, parking assistance and
monitoring emergency calls. Thirty mem-
bers strong, the Explorers of Post 987are ac-
tive and enthusiastic about the program.
Andrew Enzer, 14, said he "... want-
ed to learn the new techniques of law


CiORREPONDENT PHOTO BM DIANtE HI
plorer Sarah Dougherty, 15, fingerprints Will I
Id, 4, at a recent safety event in Lake Asbury
enforcement."
Six of the 30 are young women. Their
reasons for joining are as varied as their
personalities.
"Ijoinedbecause I had an uncle in Ohio
that's in law enforcement. and I'vealways
lookedup tohim," aid Sarah Donughertm. 15.
Teamleader and the VicePresidentof the
North Region of the Florida Sheriff'sEx-
plorer Association, Elizabeth Wood, 17, has
been in the Explorers for three years. She
joinedbecause of her interesting law enforce-
ment,asshe"knewitwouldbeanopportuni-
ty to see howlaw enforcement works."
Since Oct 1, theExplorersof ClayCounty
Post 987 have "parked" 350,000 cars (they
havedirecteddriverstoparktheircarsinspe-
cific locations at large community events),
fingerprinted 45)1iH chicb en. and w\o ked a
total of 6,000 community service hours.
They worked high school football
games; holiday parades, the Clay County


Fair, the Scottish Highland Games,
theJacksonville Air Show, and sever-
alhorse shows. Enzer says his favorite
part about Exploring is "being able
to go to different places, and finger-
printing the kids."
As part of their hands-on training
in law enforcement, the Explorers
learn how to investigate a burglary,
i and as they advance in the program,
Side with Deputy Sheriffs on patrol.
While that may be the most exciting
Sp i foRr the kids, the bootcamps, Ex-
;".- plorers Senior Advisor DeputyJohn
Jordan says, are the most challenging
aEPtRD and perhaps the moiirew\iardin. Ac-
cording tojordan, they are real boot-
camps, are very physical, and the
"stress and-pressure" can really weigh on
the kids, but no matter how tough it is, he
says they work "... to help them understand
they t illI ha e t complete the task."
Joridain habeen in\ol\ed with the post'
for 21 "2 earsand has eivedt their Sernio
.-\d isor fo: l 1 2 eal. In his ile.aspartfa-
cilitator, part mentor, he is also responsible
for making siue die Post is running prop-
cIl\, handling ,cheduling derailsand chap-
eroning trips to their numerous events.
In addition to their community service,
Jordan says they travel to delegates' meet-
ings four times a year and participate in
various competitions throughout Florida.
They also attend a two-week academy in St.
Johns County every year and go to boot
camp twice a year.
Summer is no down time for the Ex-
plorers of 987. They have attended a dele-
gates' meeting, several fingerprinting
events, and an academy. "It's a fantastic


prog ram." said Wendy Yiik nis. whose 15
year-old son, Kirkland. hals been an Ex-
plorer for almost a year. Since then, he's
logged more than 180 community service
hours. "It's helping groom him for a career
in law enforcement." She says her son
spent 10 hours at the Green Cove Springs
Sheriffs Office on a recent Frida\ night.
"That's known as the most bori ngjob in
all of law enfoi:cementL andl hc had a blast."
she said. "HHo ma n) kids h isage do) ou
know who want to spend their Friday-
nights doing community service? Amaz-
ing." Ynknis'son savs he used to spend most
of his flee time plaN ing computer games.
and didn't realize until he joined the Ex-
plorers that lie wanted to be in law en-
foi cement. No l he plans to go to college.
work fiu a % while in the Clay Couint Sher-
iff's Office, then move on to the Flor ida
High\ a) Patrol.
DouigIhert\ plans toi, io' on to Lhe FHP as
well. i while \bood \ants togo on to working
the DEA or ATF on the federal level.
Jordan says the most irewaidi ng part fior
him is "...watchinig th ese kids progress
through the post andthrough life."
He says he still stays in touch with sever-
al of them, many of whom have gone on to
careers in law enforcement "I think this is
one of the best choices I've ever made," Ex-
plorerJustin Rauckhorst said.
The Explorers meet Thursday nights at
6:30 at WilkinsonJunior High School For
more information on the Exploring pro-
grams, or to find out how to get involved,
visit www.learningforlife.org.
For information on the Clay County
Law Enforcement Explorer Post 987, con-
tact DeputyJohnJordan at 449-2612.


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EVENTS AND CLUBS
LAKE REGION COMMUNITY
THEATRE will hostauditionsfor a musical`
pageant 2 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 14 at the Starke
Golf and Country Club. Call 352-215-2422.
COMMUNITY YARDSALEtoben-
efit Kyle Koepfer, will take place 8 a.m.-
noon Sept. 3 in the Kmart Shopping
Center's parking lot Furniture, computers,
clothes, toys, a sauna and car rims are all
items that will be sold.
A FALL LANDSCAPING SEMINAR


with Gary Alan of HGTV's Designers
Landscape will be 11 am.-12:30 p.m. Satur-
day, Aug.27 at the Orange Park Coiin ut
Club. Call 458-1259 for reservations.
IMPROVEJACKSONVILLE COME-
DY THEATRE will host a wine tasting 6
p.m. the second and fourth Friida) of the
month. Cost is $10. Call 49-FUNNY.
HOME INSTEAD SENIOR CARE
AND THEALLEGROATFLEMING IS-
LAND will present'A Century of Wedding
Gowns" 2 p.m. Aug.18, at The Allegro, 3651


SR 17. There is a $2 charge at the door. All
proceeds go to the Clay County Council on
Aging..Seating is limited.Cal l15-8520.
THE PUBLICSAFETY COMMITTEE
,willmeetlp.1mThursday,Aug.11,intheBoard
of County Commissioners Conference
RoomB, Clay County AdministrationBuild-
ing,477HoustonStreet, Green Cove Springs.
.THE SOUTHERN GENEALO-
GIST'S EXCHANGE SOCIETY will
have a combined meeting with The Jack-
sonville Genealogical Society 1:30 p.m.
Saturday, Aug. 20 at the Webb-Wesc6nnett
Library, 6887103rd street,Jacksonville.
AN AARP DRIVER SAFETY CLASS
will be taught 9 a.m.-1p.m. Sept. 17 and 24 at
the Orange Park United Methodist Church
Life Center 152 Stowe Ave. Call 2642241.
SJRCC will hold registration beginning
Aug. 9. Call 276-6855 for more information.
ANAARPDRIVERSAFETY CLASS
will be taught 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Aug. 13 at St.
Catherine's Catholic Church, 1649 Kings-
ley Ave. Call 298-2766.
THE SHEPHERD'S CENTER OF
ORANGE PARK will offer Adventures in
Learning through Aug. 29. Classes include
Book Review, Bible Study, Needlepoint,
CurrentEvents and Spanish. Call 269-5315.
THE BIG ORANGE BARBERSHOP
CHORUS will perform 7:30 p.m. Aug. 20
at the Florida Theater to celebrate its 25th
anniversary.Call992-2362 or visit www.big-
orangechorus.com
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host a Car Seat Safety for Children pro-
gram 5-8 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 25. Call 284-
7703 or the Clay County Car Seat Safetr
Program hot line at 213-5927.
HSC (Human Services Council)
Brown Bag Lunch will take place 12-1 p.m.
Aug. 17 atJCCI (2434 Atlantic Blvd.). Don't
forget to bring your bag lunch. RSVP at
396-3052 or chandra@jcci.org by Aug. 16.
VICTOR DIGENTI, author of Win-
drusher and Windrusher and the Cave of
Tho-hoth, will discuss the fantasy genre to
young adults during the next meeting of
the Society of Child en' Book Writers and
Illustrators (SCBWI) 1 p.m.Saturday, Aug.
20, at the Mandarin Barnes & Noble, 1112
SanJose Blvd. (904) 886-9904.
MILESTONESGALAEVENT willtake
place6pam Aug.25 atSchultz Center. Tickets
$50.RS.V to396-3052or esther@jcciorg

RELIGION
ORANGE PARK UNITED
METHODIST CHURCH will host Re-
union Revival 2005 Aug. 13-14. At 5:30 p.m.
Saturday, former pastors will return for a
banquet and music by The Makers Dozen
will be played. On Sunday, Rev. Bob Stan-
difer, AllenJohnson, Walter Edwards and
Don Nichols will be preaching at various
times. Call 264-2241 x201.
THE EVANGELISM AND HOME
MISSIONS DEPARTMENT of the Green
Cove Springs Congregational Holiness
Church will present a missionary program
10 a.m.-1 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 offered to
those with needs. Call 284-5089.
Editors note: All submissions to the Com-
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Little Gym helps children grow through classes and events


By Amy Dimmock, Correspondent

FLEMING ISLAND The Little Gym offers
physical development and gymnastics classes
for children while providing employment for
area students.
Open since Nov. 10, 2003, The Little
Gym hosts a variety of events. Parent survival
nights, held twice a month, is a program
where parents drop off kids and take a few
hours for themselves while the kids are cared
for and have fun.
Children as young as four months can at-
tend motor development classes with a par-
ent, while pre-school and kindergarteners
choose from five gymnastics classes. Beginner
through advanced gymnastic classes are avail-
able for grade school ages, and sports skills
and karate classes are choices too.
Husband and wife team Paul and Michelle
Dickison moved to Orange Park about five
years ago.
"We wanted to stay here, so doing some-
thing on our own just made sense," said Paul
about their decision to start their own business.
Michelle was returning to the workforce
after being home with their two young chil-'
dren. Although she previously worked as a
CPA, the Dickisons.wanted to do something
they enjoyed and that would work with their
children's schedules.
"We wanted to do something with chil-
dren and make a difference while providing a
service to the community to improve the
lives of children," said Paul, who enjoys see-
ing children become active early. "It's about
creating a.lifestyle so some physical activity is
integrated into their life as they grow. So.
many choices are sedentary; making activity
part of theirlifestyle is important."
Owning The Little Gym has helped the
Dickisons meet another objective: spending
time with their kids. When The Little Gym
held summer camp, daughter Delaney and
son Trip often attended. ;
"Mid-afternoon hugs are a benefit we did-
n't have before," said Paul.
The Dickisons have help running The Lit-
tle Gym. Their staff includes 10 employees;
two full-time, one almost full-time and seven
part-time. All part-time employees are stu-
dents, ranging from high school to college age.
"We look for a unique combination of
gymnastics, tumbling and cheerleading with
communication skills and enough confidence
to take part in and lead a class," said Paul.
Paul enjoys seeing not just the children at-
tending class grow. but the student employ-


CORRESPONDEnI Pio0o Be AM~r D.iM.MOC
Instructors Becky Trimnuer and Kara Jankowski assist gymnastics student Delaney Dicki-
son at The Little Gym.


ees developing as well. ,
"One of the best things is when they leave
here they can communicate with not only
children but adults," said Paul.
Kara Jankowski,a junior at Fleming Island
High School, has worked at The Little Gym
for six months.
"The kids love her," said Paul about
Jankowski, a Lead Instructor there.
Jankowski was a practicing gymnast for 10
years until an injury stopped her from com-
peting. With plans to possibly attend the Uni-
versity of Florida to be an orthodontist, she
hopes to continue working at The Little Gym.
for as long as possible.
"It's up to you that they have a good time,
have fun and stay safe," said Jankowski, who
loves seeing the excitement of the children in"
her classes. "This is their favorite thing to do.
Seeing them come in all excited, hearing their
stories, it's great."
In particular she enjoys working with the
more advanced students since she feels she
can really help them.
But, she says, "It's all fun."
Becky Trimmer, a senior at Fleming Island
High School, was looking for a job when she.
talked to Jankowski about The Little Gym
and then applied herself.
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After graduation, Trimmer plans to study
physical therapy at the University of North


Florida and hopes to continue with The Lit-
tle Gym, perhaps at their second location in
Jacksonville that opened June 27.
"When we left Corporate America. our
goal was to have a least two locations," said
Paul. "We identified a location in Jacksonville
that was very conducive to the type of offer-
ing we have, which is non-competitive and
skill building"
Their new location provides.continued
employment for Lead instructor Jenn Coats,
who previously worked for the Fleming Is-
land location and is now a student at UNF
working at the Jacksonville Little Gym.
Paul feels Coats is one of their "success
stories", saying he and Michelle believe it's
important to provide local students with op-
portunities for growth and employment.
"We feel an obligation to prepare them
for what they're going to do next whether at
The Little Gym or somewhere else; how we
can help them prepare for success as they de-
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and they invite women to learn organiza-
tional skills, enjoy Christian fellowship and
listen to inspirational Christian music.
The conference, featuring speaker Em-
ilie Barnes and worship leader and soloist
Charles Billingsley, runs from 6:30-9 p.m.
Friday, Aug. 26, and from 7:30 am to noon
Saturday, Aug. 27.
Guest speaker Emilie Barnes is a
home-and-office organization expert, a
best-selling author and speaker as well as
a dedicated homemaker. She has been
speaking throughout the United States
and Canada for more than 20 years,
teaching women to simplify their lives by
getting organized.
Barnes has written- more than 60
books, one of which is in its fourth revision
and has been in print more than 20 years.
This book helped launch the "More Hours
In My Day" time-management seminars
she founded with her husband, Bob.
Last year Lori Hutson, who helped
plan the conference, heard Barnes speak
at First Baptist Jacksonville. Hutson ap-
preciated what she heard, and after the
program approached Barnes about speak-
ing in Fleming Island. Hutson again spoke
with Barnes in January, setting up the


upcoming program .
"If the ladies miss out, they're going to
miss out on a blessing," said Hutson. "It is
very uplifting and encouraging to women. She
helps us be the women God wants us to be."
Billingsley will be the worship leader at
some of the sessions and will give a con-
cert at I' a.m. on Saturday.
This marks a return to the area for
Billingsley.
"He's a local boy who graduated from
Orange Park High School." said Hutson,
who also said Billingsley performed at their
church once before. "People really enjoyed
.him and we wanted to bring him batk."
Billingsley's experience includes
performing in a group ,and as a soloist.
He spent two years as lead vocalist for
the award-winning group "Newsong"
and has performed hundreds of solo
concerts.
Billingsley served as worship leader at
Thomas Road Baptist Church in Lynch-
burg, Va., with Dr. Jerry Falwell and as
Artist-in-Residence and Facilitator of the
Worship Institute at Liberty University
in Lynchburg.
A $50 registration fee includes the con-
ference and two meals.
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call Candie West at (904) 215-1636 or
Lori Hutson at (904) 278-5821. Registra-
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Bead Etc. is extension of online store


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ORANGE PARK Debra Cobb had a simple
reason for opening her new bead store on
College Avenue.
It wasn't that she had thought about open-
ing a business to sell beads, because she did
for quite some time.
And it wasn't just because she liked meet-
ing people and doing sales, because she had
done that for years, too.
No, the reason she wanted to open a new
business was because her home and garage
are jammed, packed and stuffed with beads.
"The thought had been in my mind for
quite some time that I wanted to open a re-
tail store," Cobb said, "but it was just more
the fact that we got way too big to work out
of our house."
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years ago in Michigan has now-taken a full-
time proposition for Cobb and her husband,
Ron, and their 17-year-old son, Kyle.
The couple opened the store at the end
of a new strip mall a short distance from
Blanding Avenue in March. Since then they
have steadily grown in popularity,.drawing
customers from Jacksonville and St. Augus-
tine as well as around Clay County.
The business started in 1998 when Cobb,
who was a salesperson for R.J. Reynolds To-
bacco Co., bought a small cottage business
from a friend in New York. She and her hus-
band, who were living in Wisconsin at the
time, intended it to be just a weekend job
taking a few hours.
It didn't stay that way, thanks in part to
starting an online business in 1998. The web-
site is www.honeybeads.com.
"I just kind of started turning the invento-
ry over," she said. "If I got $100 in sales I
would spend $100 buy-
ing beads because I did-
n't need the money to
live off of."
Within months they
had grown from carrying
200 types of beads to
400 and within eight
months they were carry-
ing more than 1,000 dif-
ferent types, she said.
"I can remember when
we had 1,000 items. It was
like, "Wow,, we have a
1.000 beads?' But now we
are pushing 4,000," she said.
And like any Internet
company, sales come
T from around the globe,
including Japan, Switzer-
1- J-. land, France and Canada.
In fact, Cobb monitors
her Web sales with a lap-
ustomers a chance top computer that sits
on the countertop of the


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long, but narrow store on College Avenue.
While the store's atmosphere is relaxed,
online is anything but that, Cobb said.
"Competition online is fierce," she said. "If
you live in Orange Park you only have so
many bead stores you can go to within a cer-
tain amount of travel time ... but on the web
you are one click away from 10,000 other
bead stores. It's customer service more than
anything else that makes the difference, and
that's what I try to stress in the store."
Cobb stressed she sells only jewelry qual-
ity beads, not "craft quality." Some of the
beads she offers, for example, are actually
Swarovski Austrian .crystal, considered
among the best crystal in the world.
The beads range from tiny ones that cost
pennies compared to a single crystal bead
worth $6.99 each. It all depends on what the


customer wants to display.
Cobb said selling in person gives her a chance
to work with people in person, telling them which
beads work well together or showing them the
proper way to put a necklace together.
Ron Cobb said he's just happy for his wife.
"She enjoys the people and the business
and the beads," he said. "She started out
with just a happy hobby and it turned into a
real opportunity."
Of course, it may help him get the garage
back, too.
"The business took over our home," he
said. "Half the beads we have are here (in the
store) and the other half are at our house.
My garage isn't a garage."
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diitaeltners@ir p s4 c oIp.coi,

CECIL FIELD Sen. Mel Martinez and Rep.
Ander Crenshaw took a tour of Cecil Field
Tuesday, Aug. 9, before hearing a briefing
from members of Florida's National Guard
administration about the changes in the
guard's presence at Cecil Field.
Effective Oct. I, the beginning of the fed-
eral fiscal year, the National Guard unit,


which currently has an attack mission, will
change over officially to having a "lift" and
MEDEVAC mission.'
The 1-1 I th battalion will convert from
an Apache Attack Battalion to a General
Support Aviation Battalion.
Housed in a hangar at Cecil Field adjoin-
ing the Coast Guard hangar, the unit cur-
rently provides support and training of pilots
and crew chiefs as well as maintenance for
the helicopters assigned to it.


Those helicopters have been primarily
Apache helicopters most of which have been
turned in over the last year according to the
state's Army Aviation Officer, Col. Jim Mul-
vehill, who is based in St. Augustine: .
rOnce the change is official the unit will in-;
stead house CH-47 and HH-60 helicopters.
Mulvehill emphasized the benefits Florida
will reap with the presence of the replace-
ment helicopters. r
"In hurricanes, and other emergency situ-
ations, we.will be able to assist Florida resi-
dents better because of our new capacity,"
Said Mulvehill.


A portion of the existing unit will go to
bases in Arkansas, Mississippi, and Puerto Rico.
Currently there are approximately 100
people in the unit plus' 30'support staff as-
signed to it. The new unit configuration may
mean a reduction in staff but the National
Guard is still determiiiing the exact number.
While the subject of the Cecil briefing was
,the"change in the National Guard unit's
responsibilities the officials were primarily
asked about the BRAC commission's deci-
sion to closeNAS Oceana and the possibili-
ty of Cecil Field being re-opened to take on
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One speaker proposed the BCCadopt
additional sales tax, butanodter rebutted
the proposal saying it placed an addi ion-
al burden on the poor.
Ken Smalhvood, local commercial re-
altor, told the BCC, "It's not builders that
cause grow th: it's the school system." He
said Clay Count\ maintains a superior
school sstenl so people want to live here.
He also said "moms and dads" cause
growth because they produce children.
Smallwood saved his harshest words
for the Con mission. "bVu people cause
giow th," he said ."You keep approving the
plans that builders bri inin."
When Smallwood finished. Commis-
sionerChristr Fitzgerald took him to task
for ig noting die fact that both die Brananm
Field and Lake Asbur y plans actually re-
duced density substantially from what
could have been built before the plans
were adopted.
"Be careful I here vou throw stones.
Mr. S allwood." she said, "because we're
goingL to thiow them righi back."
In addition to granting the School
Board's re(luest, the commijission also
considered and ejected proposals that
Habitat homes be exempted or SHIP
lunds be used to assist Habitat in paving
the fees.
Earlier, BCC selected Collin Baenziger,


West Palm Beach, to conduct ajob search
for a new cou ty manager. Baenziger is the
former Cits Mu aager of Wellington. Fla.
T hejob search villcostl h.e county ap-
proximately $18.000.' .-
"We could knock off $1,tO) if e don't
have to re-adveCtise," said Baenmiger.
adding, "We could short circuit the
process and finish in September; that
could be hard though."
During the board meeting, Baenziger
informed commissioners the county
could have new manager as early as OCL
1. Baenziger said he hopes to meet with
the commissioners on Aug. 17 to hear
their ideas so he can find an appropriate
match for the position.
Baenziger has been in business for
eight years.
Acting County Manager Rich O'Con-
nell said he is pleased the wheels are fi-
nally turning.
"It has been a. long time coming and
I'm ready to pass the torch." said ('Con-
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early April when former Count y Manag-
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Section A-22.







August 11, 2005


ARRESTS from page A-15

Merriam, Karen, 25.-duij
Monger, Jason, 24: fraudulent use of a
credit card, forgery, poss of a controlled sub-
stance, resisting without violence
Moore, Charlie, 29: grand theft, burglary,
poss of burglary.tools, resisting without vio-
lence, trespassing in structure
Moore, Jesse, 18: grand theft auto, grand
theft, attempted robbery;,aggravated assault
Moore, Jesse, 18: simple battery, escape
Nelson, Lillian, 32: contempt of court
Nguyen, Thanh, 27: domestic battery.
Nielsen, Max, 65:.worthless check
Norman, Donald, 39: indirect criminal
contempt of court
Ojeda, Angel, 21: driving while license is
suspended or revoked
Pagnotto, Troy, 34: dui
.Pappabis, Giannis, 21: no valid d.l.


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Parker, Charles, 43: worthless check
Patten, Tracy, 35: poss of cocaine, poss of
a narcotic
Peterson, Bruce, 24: knowingly driving
while license suspended/revoked
Plumley, Clark, 51: domestic battery
Respress, Christopher, 22: domestic battery
Reyes, Marcario,.29: domestic battery,
battery
Rogers, Jeffrey, 37: contempt of court for
child support
Salzer, Joseph, 23: dui
Schwindlirg, Jeremy, 22: worthless check
Scriven, John, 40: disorderly conduct
Seebeck, Joseph, 24: domestic battery
Sellers, Kristy, 35: disorderly intoxica-
tion
Sides, Christopher, 26: dui, poss of less,
than 20 grams of marijuana
Smith, Delza, 20: driving while license sus-
pended/revoked


Steward, Eric, 28: dui
Stewart, Shawn, 21: dui, refusal to submit
Stewart, Shawn, 2 1' refusal to submit
Stumler, Michael, 21: driving while license
suspended/revoked
Swart, Peter, 45: domestic battery
Swint, Paul, 28: battery
Szymanski, Walter, 44: writ of attachment
Thomas, Corie, 22: driving while license
stspended/revoked
Thomas, William,. 40: dui ,, .
Tretter, Justin, 21: dui
Tuggle, Richard, 18: burglary
Tuggle, Richard, 18: robbery
Turner, Danny, 27: worthless check
Utley, Virtus, 46: uttering a forged instru-
ment. .
Waldeck, Sharon, 46: worthless check
Watkins, James; 34: driving while license
suspended/revoked
Watson, David: 24: worthless check,


Section A-23


worthless check/draft/debit card make


worthless check/draft/debit card make
Watts, Stanley, 20:poss of cannabis
Webster, Mark, 22: dealing in stolen property
Wells, Harry, 52: worthless check
White,.Joel, 35: grand theft
Williams,-Kimberly, 37: dui, no valid dl.,
worthless check
Williams, Michele, 27: issuing a worthless
check
Willoughby, Alicia, 20: poss of cannabis
Wilson, Billy, 36: retail theft
Winkels, Brian, 30: obtaining property
with worthless check
Wright, Calvin. 38: domestic battery
Wright. Sharon, 26: disorderly intoxic:,-
tion, resisting without violence
Young, Tommy, 36: knowingly driving
while license suspended/revoked
Yournett, Milton, 23: grand theft
Zamora, Ana, 30: driving while license
suspended/revoked


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MIDDLEBURG UNITED METHODIST
Rev. Bob Wannall
3825 Main St.
282-5589
MORNING STAR FAMILY CHURCH
Pastor Ton Croft
3900 Main St.
282-3393


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Rev. Delton Kilpatrick
CR 215, Middleburg
282-2984.
SALVATION ARMY
2795 CR220
276-6677
SOUTH MIDDLEBURG BAPTIST CHURCH
Calvin Childers, Pastor
4565 Alligator Blvd.
282-9134
ST. LUKE'S CATHOLIC CHURCH
Ir. I. UI- 1 ,,',,J, .1

ST. PETER'SLUTHERAN, :. ,
1,5 4 Bl3 -,]n,;,, l.1 .1 ,

VINEYARD CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP
Ron Stephans
P.O. Box 862 or 3114 CR 220
: 904-282-0310
DOCTORS INLET
DOCTORS INLET CHURCH OF GOD
Chris Oliver
144 Old Jennings Rd.
272-0919
FELLOWSHIP BIBLE CHURCH
Rev. Gary Shilling
2827 CR 220
RIVERS OF LIFE MINISTRIES ,
Skip & Sheilah Ryan
P.O. Box 324 D.I. 32030
272-5433
LAKESIDE COMMUNITY CHURCH
Pastor Craig Bowen
564 Tara Farms Dr. (across from Doctors Inlet
Elementary near C-:.l . P. & CFP ?0 '
272-3302
F ITH WE LEI N C CHURCH
from CR 220)- -
272-1754 -
Rev. Stephen Valliere, pastor
9:30 Sunday School, 10:45 Worship and
6 p.m. Wed.r, .m
-GREEN COVE SPRINGS
CELEBRATION FELLOWSHIP CHURCH
806 Oak St.
284-1570,
CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP CHURCH
a'jul Salziv. PJ,.l, ..
:'.Ilr. ,., Hihll dt A .r
284-5936
CHURCH OF CHRIST
Glenn Logston & Clande McEldowney
70 H.,tI.:. Si

CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST
7li ,1 M oMl. 1tule \%, e "
CONGREGATION HOLINESS CHURCH
Rev. Ronnie Surrency"-
Hwy. 16 -Home 284-5913 .
CROSSROAD LUTHERAN MEETSAT
THIiNIDERBOLT ELEMENTARY


264-6575 .
DECOY BAPTIST CHURCH
B6bbhy Baker
671 Decoy Rd.
284-5223
DEFENDER'S MINISTRY
Rev. Dave Talbot
FAITH BAPTIST TEMPLE
Rev. Henry Bowen
4330 CR-15A
FIRST AFRICAN BAPTIST CHURCH
433 Palmetto Ave. 284-5490
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH .
615 Walnut St.
284-9231 .-
Pastor Anselmo Castano
FIRST HAITIAN CHURCH


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FIRS1 UNilEDPENIECOSIAL
Rev. D.A. Dodge, Pastor
5945 Hwy 17 S.
Green Cove Springs, FL 32043
Sun. @ 2 p.m.; Thurs: @.7 p.m.
1-888-356-6991 for more info.
q FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Rev. W. -Hunter Camp, II
DGum St. at U.S. 17
284-9261
FIRST UNITED METHODIST
Eric M. Young
500 Walnut St.
,284-9700
-FLEMING ISLAND UNITED-
-METHODIST CHURCH
Rev. Brian Fowler
7170 Highway 17
284-3366
GRACE MISSIONARY BAPTIST
4411 Springbank Rd., GCS
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Thu4iday. Eve. 6:30 p.m. -'7:30 p.m.
;REE [NCO (VE SPRINGS CHURtCH OF GOD

HARBOR BAPTIST CHURCH
Samuel Jewell, Pastor
1120.Clay St. at Hwy 17
Green Cove Springs
529-5229
HICKORY GROVE BAPTIST
Pastor Garrett Hays
Oakridge Ave. 284-3311
LAKE ASBURY BAPTIST CHURCH
Troy Grant
2674 Henley Rd. 282-7079
LIVING WATERS WORSHIP CENTER
1104 Idlewild Ave.
KINGDOM OF GOD IN CHRIST
Elder Scott
1205 Houston St.
MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. Johnny Bryant
1315 East St.
MT. PLEASANT BAPTIST
Rev. Robert L. Wright
1300 MLK Blvd.
284-9431
MT. ZION A.M.E. CHURCH
S.549 Palmetto Ave,

ONE VETERANS CRUSADE FOR CHRIST
Rev. Darcey Moser, Jr.
2001 Deel Rd.
ORANGE AVE. BAPTIST
Dr. H. Mark Nicholson
1106 N. Orange Ave.
284-3937
RUSSELL BAPTIST
2299 Sandridge Rd., GCS
Lake Asbury
284-3951 -
ST. JOSEPH BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. Embry Bradley
P.O. Box 1042
ST. MARGARET'S EPISCOPAL
Father Ken Herzog .
Old Church Rd., Hibernia
.,284-3030

ST. MARY'S EPISCOPAL
SRev. Chris Martin
400 St. Johns Ave.
284-5434


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TRINITY BAPTIST CHURCH 3060 Moody Rd..
Deacon Bruce Butler
P.O. Box 534 BIBLE BELIEVERS
Christiai Fellowship
BEULAH BAPTIST Pastor Curtis A.Beckeles Sr.
Rev. Wescoat Holloway 2106 Park Avenue
4579 SR-21 ,.." ',
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Pastor Keith Stewart Orange Park, FL 32067
CR 226 284-9044- 276-3739
FIRST BLACK CREEK:BAPTIST CHURCH CALVARY ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Rev. Bobby Register 3904 Hwy. 16 W. Pastor Lamar Jacks
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284-8200 R.. Roy Harris
SUNRISE BAPTIST CHURCH 272-4210
1015 Idlewild Ave. C'.r. ,.. ,,,S" CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH
.;u,, lj, S.h rl i V...,, i i,,, 11 :ii 942 OakLane i .
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it..,:. &,, Suii 922B Blanding Blvd.
-, *I H ., I; .:, ,,: 5 p,-,r,,.:. Wendell A. Shaw, Minister Mark Sellers,
u,,l ...Minister
kEI\STONE HEIGHTS 276-0130
CHRISTIANLIFE CENTER
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Pe. ltd f CHURCH AT THE ISLAND
-Sunday worship 9:15 a.m., Worship 10:30 a.m. i a, '"* L a .: .h..: D. t,
Wed. Bile hour6:30 :Teaching Pastor. Ruisell Franklin
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH .-541-0092
OF KEYSTONE HEIGHTS FAITH COMMUNITY CHURCH OF GOD
H wy.!00 ', ', \ i,,,,, '_ ,, ,
FRII[NISHIPBfBLE CHURCH ..-: .. .c ... ..
P- L d.:., :.r. i .. r i. 264-7540
( I2' dAve.) FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
(Comer Hwy.21 &Orchid Ave.) OF ORANGE PARK
352473-2713Heights, FL 32656. Dr. Walter E. Bennett, Interim Pastor
352-473-2713 1140 Kingsley Ave.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS CHRISTIAN CHURCH 264-2351
Hwy. 21
S473-0602 FIRST CHRISTIAN
473-0602 CHURCH OF ORANGE PARK
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Dr. Bob Bole, Pastor
FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD 2876 Moody Rd.
SR 100 High Ridge Estates 272-1250
KEYSTONE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH FLEMING ISLA ND
Jamie Westlake, Pastor PRESBI TERIAN CHURCH
Hwy. 21 S. D : 1'i ',..Id.,i i, Pi i,'
473-3829 1743 CR 220, Orange Park
ORANGE PARK 553-8493
ABUNDANTJOYCHRISIIANFELLOWSHIP GOOD SAMARITAN EPISCOPAL CHURCH
999 Blanding Blvd. 1146 Blanding Blvd.
213-0048 272-3111
Pastor Rev. Donald F.Taylor GOOD SHEPHERD EVANGELICAL
ADVENT LUTHERAN CHURCH LUTHERAN CHURCH
2156 LUoch Rane Blvd, Jonathan Kuske, Pastor:
Pastors: Robert Hale ( 551 A ,lF.,t ri
:i 1..l ss..r~ti.'p Sriwe
272-630 9 a.m. Sunday School
APOSTOLIC LIGHTHOUSE 778-1491
OFMID)DLEBURG GRACE EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Pastor M. David Goodman Rev. Samuel C. PaLCHURCH
4182 CR 218 Suite 6 K lAve
Middleburg, F 32068 245 Kingsley Ave.
SundayWorship Ilf:l)am/Wed.7:E00pm 264-9981I
(904) 298-1443 or (904) 945-9663 HIBERNIABAPTISTCHURCH
ARGYLE BAPTIST Meets at Paterson Elementary School- Pastor,
Dr. Ken Dyni Scott Yirka
Dr Ken Dyal 215-2488 or 704-5965
8165 Argyle Forest Blvd. 215-241 or 704-5965
ASBURY UNITED METHODIST 4325 HERIwy. 1AGE7BAPTIST
CHURCH OF ORANGE PARK 269-2405
Rev. Linda Standifer
16 College Dr. INTERNATIONAL
272-0110 BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH
SBAHA'IPastor Romeo Cerico
BAA800-22-UNITE 2001Belhaven Drive(off College Drive)
-00-22-UNITE Orange Park
BE READY MINISTRIES Sunday Worship 9:45 am / Prayer Fellowship
Fi Ct, ,,n.-ii.ile i,tr, FII....:. r,, 10:30 am./Worship 11:00 am
Si.,ii, ..it' 1,, 5.t,,p A ..,':,' tii. ISLAND VIEW BAPTIST CHURCH
. .. ,,,,' ,, E. c r,.. r ll,-, & Dr. WM. Scott Conner
264-6791, 778-1869, 800-445-9955 wy 264-6411
BEREAN BAPTIST CHURCH


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MOOSEHAVEN CHAPEL
278-1210
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ORANGE PARK CHURCHOF CHRIST
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ORANGE PARK UNITED
METHODIST CHURCH
Lee Ann Inman Pastor
Worship 8:15, 9:15, 9:30, 11:00
152 Stowe Ave.
264-2241
ORANGE PARK ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Allan Wiggins, Pastor
Services 10:30 a.m. & 6 p.m.
1324 Kingsley Ave.
264-5961
ORANGE PARK CHURCH
OFTHE NAZARENE
3212 Moody Rd.
269-5623
ORANGE COE) SEtENTH-DAI
.\DlENIIST CHURCH
A1 i.IS H, I" S,,l.

ORANGE PARK PRESBYTERIAN
Rev. Tim Roberts
Sunday School 9:30a.m and ll:00am
Worship 9:15a.m. & In.m.
1905 ParkAvenue ,
264-0536
www.oppresby.com
RIDGEWOOD BAPTIST
Dr. Hal Fletcher
939 Blanding Blvd.
272-3791
SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH
David Swinyer, Pastor
4501 U.S. 17 S.
269-2607
ST. CATHERINE'S CATHOLIC CHURCH
1649 Kingsley Ave.
264-057T
ST. GILES PRESBYTERIAN
Troy Lewis, Pastor
ll6FoxridgeDr..
272-1244
ST. JAMES AME CHURCH
Alesia Scott-Ford, Pastor
504.MclntoshAve.
278-7037
Sunday Service 11 a.m.
NEW BEGINNINGS CHRISTIAN
FELLOWSHIP
Pastor Jerry Larkford
1134 Blanding Blvd. 272-1017
VINEYARD CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP
OF ORANGE PARK
109 Industrial Loop. N
Orange Park, Fl. 32073
276-7642
CLAY HILL
CLAY HILL BAPTIST
6054 CR-218, Maxville 289-9292 -
LAKE ASBURY
BAPTIST CHURCH
Pastor Skipper Smith
Lake Asbury Comm. Center
JACKSONVILLE
SPIRITUAL LIGHT HOUSE CHURCH
Established Since 1942
1049 Crestwood St. Jax, FL -764-7639
Sunday Service 5pm
Spiritual Mediums Day
2nd Sat, each Month f4pm


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August 11, 2005





Can the Lady Broncos
make a third consecutive
trip to final four in Lake-
land? Or will someone else
step up to unseat them
and become Clay County's
best. Find out more in our
volleyball preview in next
week's edition.


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AUGUST 11-AUGUST 17, 2005 EDITION


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Section B of three sections VOL. 35 NO. 32


NOW REGISTERING FOR ADULT BASKETBALL AT
DYE-CLAY FAMILY YMCA (272-4304)
NOW REGISTERING FOR ADULT VOLLEYBALL AT
BARCO-NEWTON FAMILY YMCA (278-9622)


County football returns, teams


vying to be 'best in the west'


STAFT PHOTOS B) HORACE D \ IS
Clay quarterback Damon Pifer delivers a pass under duress from the white team during a team scrimmage.


By Horace Davis, Staff
uIs ,',J. ", .... I
OR ANGE PARK Local high school
football action has returned to Clay
County a., all the count) teams have re-
turned to the practice field in prcpara-
tion for the upcoming season.
Downat Clay High on Fridal\. August
5 coach Reape and the BIlue Devils held


thlieir annual blue/white .crim mage as
they prepare for lhe kickoff classic
against Trinity Christian at home on.
Thursda\..- Agust 18.
Raindiops sprinkled throughout the
s rin I age and clouds co\erted the haze
of [he su as fo ur-year starti ing quar-
terback Damon Pifer looked sharp and
running back Keith Bellamy dazzled
the crowd withjukes out of the back-


field and caught a long pass for a
touchdown.
Jilst utp the road at Fleming Island on
Satuirda\.A.-ugust 6 co ach NeilChipoletti
and his Golden Eagles held then hi rd
annual green/white scrimmage.
It x\:sa hot and sunni morning as the
Eagles got after one another, starting
FOOTBALL continued on page B-6.


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Tae Kwon Do students enjoy success at nationals


(L-R) Paul Trotier, coach Sharon William, Jamie Croft, coach Ron Berry and
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PHOTOS SPECIAL TO CLA TODAY\
Mudo College student Jamie Croft delivers a knockout to the competition.


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Lady Raiders receive donation from Little Ceasar's


By Horace Davis, Staff

ORANGE PARK The pizza chain Lit-
tle Ceasar's returned to the Orange
Park area with a bang. on MNonday. Au-
gust 8 when they celebrated their
grand opening with free pizza, wings
and crazy bread.
The celebration hit a fever pitch
when franc hise owner Simon Bagous
signed a check of $250 that was donat-
ed to theOrange Park Lad. Raidei vol-
le\ball team and coach Amnw Walker.
"This has been two \ears in the mak-
ing and we are \ en excited to be back in
die Orange Park area", said owner and
Orange Park resident Simon Bagous.
"We look to be a mainstay here and
our new motto is 'Hot and Readv'
which simply means, we are not deliv-
ering but anytime \ou are reads for
pizza.ours will be hot and read\. We
will ha\e large pepperoni or cheese
pizza's hot and ready for customers
whenever they arrive", he added.
Stan Mandresh, franchise operation
manager who covers 117 stores from
\West Palm Beach to Baltimore, MDI. was
also on hand for the grand opening
said. "We are extremely excited and
proud tobe back in Orange Park and
we alwa\ s stress comlinniti invol\ e-
ment and giving back because it is our
customers that keeps us in business".
"I totally] agree". said an excited
Bagou-s. "This is just the beginning, we
\ ill he looking to fundraise with all the
schools in the county and ne are hop-
ing to expand to four stores in Clay
Courtll[\ ooll".
In addition to the donation to the
Lad Raider program. Little Ceasar's
will be at each home \ollevball game
sponsoriing contests between matches
for free pizzas for some lucky or brave
conlltestallS.
Orange Park volleyball coach Amn
Walker summed up dhe evening by stat-
ing:"It is great w hen \ou get commu-
nity involvement, it takes so much to
run athletic programs and lots of
fundraising activities are needed and
the girls do spend countless hours per-
forming them. This means so much to
them, just the thought of someone
within the community\ or an organiza-
tion taking an interest in what they do.
dthis means a lot."
Little Ceasar's can be found at 661
Blanding Blvd. suite #5 in the Wal-lar .
Shopping Plaza, the store hours are
Sunday trl I Thutsdi\ 11 a.m. to 10 p.m..
Friday\ and Satnurday 11 a.m. to ll p.m.
The menu includes pizza, wings.
craz\ bread. crazv sauce, salads and a
\arier of drinks to wet the appetite.


Jaguars leave fans

wanting more at

opening scrimmage

By Horace Davis, Staff
hdavis@jcpgroup.com

JACKSONVILLE The Jacksonville
Jaguarsplayed a full-team scrimmage to
the delight of approximately 14,000
fans on Friday, August 5 inside
Alltel Stadium.
However, fans came away asking for
more from the offense, most fans and
local media expected theJags to show
the new and much talked about vertical
game that has been promised with new
offensive coordinator Carl Smith.
On the contrary, what they got was
only seven total passes attempted by
starting quarterback Byron Leftwich (he
completed two).
Head coach,Jack Del Rio said, "There
is nothing to be concerned about, Byron


JAGUARS continued on page B-6


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STAFF PHOTO BI HORACE DAVIS
Members of the Orange Park Lady Raiders volleyball team join Little Ceasar's owner Simon Bagous, left.


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SPORTS BRIEFS


OPAA registration dates
Orange Park Athletic Association will
be ha\ ing registration at Beef O' Brad 's
at 1520 Park Avenue (Highway 171 forgirls
softball and fall baseball.
The regisuation dates are as follows:
Thursday. August 18 6 p.m.-8p.m.
Saturday Augist 20 9a.m.-Noon
Thinsdav. .Aguist 25 6 p.m.- 8 p.m.
Satturda. August27 9a.m.-Noon
The ages for girls' softball are 5-16
(child must be 5 b Januarv 1.2006 and
must be 16 or under on Dec.31.2005)
Fall baseball ages are 5-15 Ichild must
turn by April 30,200t and must be 15 or
under on April 30.2006)
ll registration iwillbehlddai Beef O'Bnmd's
howe er do not cal] there For further infomna-
donor aj questions visit at vvwc.opaa.us ore-
mail] s ftballCJ@paa.tsor baseball]@gl)oa.t L
SParents should bring a cop\ of child's
birth certificate if he or she has not
played at OPAA before along with health
insurance information.
Thecostis$90foi: T-balland 8-under. $110
for 10-tde: 12-under and $125 for 15-tuider.
.Addidonal children in family recei\ ea$5
discoiin. Registration formsnand medical re-
lease forms can be printed at \ww.opaa.uts.

Girls on the Run Fall Register
Registration is now open for the fall sea-
son at Gilson the Run a fun and posi-
dte program for 8-12 \ear old girls of all
abilities. Throughout the season. girls
learn about important life skills while uain-
ing to complete a5K 3.1 mile) run walk.
Each lesson includes fun team activities,
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eating nutritioLusl, respecting my bod.,
understanding emotions, handling peer
pressure,and making health choices.
At the end of the season,giis from all
GOTR teams participate in a noncom-
petitlve 5K run walk that gives the girls
a chance to shine and a big sense of ac-
complishment at the finish line.
Fall programs begin September 10and
are being held at various schools, parks and
MNICAs throughout Orange Park. Ponte
Vedra, Atlantic Beach.Jacksonville. Man-
darin., ulee and Fernandina.
Volunteer Coaches are also needed to
work with a team of girls.
For more information, call 904-321-
4315 or e-mail GOTRneflorlda@aol.comi

Softball tryouts
The Storm II of Orange Park, a,16u
girl's fast pitch softball team will behold-
ing open tr outs on Saturday. ALugust 20.
Interested participants ma\ not turtle
17beforeJan uar\ 1.2006. For tryout loca-
tion and time callJohnSchlictmanat269-
2015or Fred Awbrey at7(05-8442hbetrween
the hours of 7 p.nm.and 9 p.m.

Youth NFL flag football
I9Sporl-sofJacksoin-iileisha\ing flag foot-
ball registration for kidsages6-14. Registra-
di:n isongoing and league pla will begin on
September 17. Log on to ww\.i9sporiscom or
call (9044 992-game to find out program de-
tailsand registration iormiadion.
All games % ill be played at either the
University\ of North Florida or Ocean
Palms Elementar\ in Ponte Vedra.

Elk's Annual Soccer Shoot
The Green Cove Springs Elk's is ha\ -
ing signups for their annual soccer
shooroutl on Sat rda. i ig ust 6 and Sat-
urday. August 13 from 10 a.m. To 2 p.m. at
the Green Cove Springs Elks Lodge
#1892 on 702 S O)range Ave LUS 17 South).
Interested participants can also sign
ip b\ E-mail to: dsweat64@vahoo.com
but yvou must include Name. Parents
Name DOB, address and Phone number.
The deadline for signing up is NO
Later than Aug 17.
The Socce Shot begins at 9a.m on
: Suiida\ August21 at Thutnderbhol Park
on LS 17 (Fleming Islad) with registra-




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tioil starting at 8 a.m.
Trophies will be awarded and food will
be served but pai ents are urged to bring
their own chairs.
The "Fi\e-Goal Contest" will help
younger participants in the uS and llOd di-
\isions build confidence, it will also
match both physical and skill abilities to
the challenge the\ present.
The "Grid Goal Contest" will pair the
tl2 and u14 participants and challenge
them in penalty kicking distanceaccurac\.
Registration is open to all boys and
girls under 14 vearsofage.asof Atigust 1,
2005 and w winners advance to the disuict
soccer shootout.
For more information please contact
Danny Sweadand at284-0465 oi at the E-
mail address pro\ ided.

Golden Eagle fundraiser
Join the Flening Island Golden Eagles
basketball team for their third annual
chicken dinner fundraiseron Fridav.Sept
16 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. in the cafeteria.
The cost is $7.00 and the dinner will
include a 1 4 chicken, baked beans, cole
slaw. bread and a drink.
Players and coaches will be serving the
meals and\ ou can dine in the cafeteria or
have your dinner prepared in a to go box.
Al proceeds will benefit the bo sandgirls'
basketball team's at Fleming Island and \ oi
can purchase tickets bN calling 651-8899or
e-mail a dcket request to fihsbaebaskeballbell-
soutthnet to have \otur ticketsdelivered.

FIHS golf tournament
Fleming Island High School is hosting
a captain's choice golf tournament on
September 17 at 1p.m. at the Golf Club at
Fleming Island Plantation.
All proceeds will benefit Fleming Is-
lands athletic department and the cost is
$75 per player or $260 per team.
A shotgun start will get things going
and dinner along waih door prizes: tro-
phies and raffles for sports memorabilia
\ill be included.
In addition the tournament is looking
for sponsor s at $1I00I per li-le. the dead-
line for sponsors is September 8 and foi
players the deadline is September 15.
Fo rms ma\ be picked up at thi e Scholc
or b\ calling adletic director Ranc\ \War-
ren at 54-1-21(00.

Golden Eagle baseball meeting
There w-ill be an organizanonal meet-
ing for the parientso:f all prospective pl\ -
ers on Tuesda\. Augustt 23at 6:00pm in
the school cafeteria.
All parenitsf imen.uning pla\ersand new
ph\ eirsaireencotu-ratged toautend this meeting.
SFor more in format ion, contact Kurtt
Musser at 269-4026 or Roxanne Strick-
land at 264-3446.

Gator Bowl tickets on sale
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ota Gator Bowl Game to the public be--
ginning Mlonda\. August 11.
The61st Annual ToN\ota Gator Bowl will
be played onJantiarv 2.2006 in Alltel Sta-
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In addition, tickets to the Dr. Pepper
Atlantic Coast Conference Football
Champions ip Game to be played on De-
cember 3, 2005 at Alltel Stadium injack-
sonv\ille. Floiida at 8:00 p.m. are also
a ailable for purchase.
The game will feature the first place
teams from the Coastal and Atlantic Divi-
sions of the Adantic Coast Conference who
will pla ifor the Conference Chamnpionslhip
Title and will be mnaionallv televised on ABC
Tickets prices ai e sSO for lowel level
seats and $60 for upper level seats.
Tickets can be purc hased for both the
Dr. Pepper ACC Football Championship
Game and the To\ota Gator Bowl game
b\ going to www.gatorbowl.comn or
ws w w.ticket imnaster.com.l

High School baseball workshop
Pro baseball link is looking for local
high school and vouth baseball players
who are looking for the opportunity to
plav college of professional baseball but
fi nd themselves without an y college offers.
Pro baseball.com is hosting a two-day
baseball workshop that %% ill bring together
a number of professional and collegiate
baseball perso.,el to adcbess various topics.
The workshop is open to high school
and youth players of all ages, coaches and
parents. For more information call 773-
264-140 or visit www.probaseballlink.com

Travel team signups
Orange Park 11-;ear-old Travel Team
looking for players. Must lise in Oi ange
Park area to be eligible for districts. All-
Star or Travel team experience preferred
but not required. Eligible played iscannot
turn 12 beforeJuly 31,200.5. For more in-
formation call i90i41237-7293.

Softball tryouts
Tra el team ti \yoilts for U1ll plaversare
being held for more informnatnon contact
Coach Dan Callahanat 2914-6-4162or 74-4-867S

National Baseball association
The National \iouth Baseball Assoc. is
looking lor \outdi baseball plileir between
the ag-csof 12-20 tobe pi tof dthe 2005 Na-
tional. nd Internattional touirnanien t tean:i
that uavels to Ohio. Illinois. Sound, Carolina
and nianu mIore places. Registration will be
accepted on a firstmne first ser e basis, ior'
nlore information call 773-264-1040.

Home run club meeting
Baseball home t un club meetings \will
be held at Ridgeview High School on the
second Monlda of every month at 7 p.m.
Foi more information callJackie Simnp-
kins at 251-5102.

Bel-Med registration
BNLAA is holding registration 6-8 p.m.
Tuesdays and Thursdays and 10 a.m.-
2p.m. Saturday\ s for T-Ball ($60), baseball
(,85). softball 1$85). sr. baseball (51151.
cheerleading (5200), football 15135. In
addition for the 2005 football season,
BMLUA will offer "Tiny Mites" football for
children ages 5 and 6. For more informa-
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OPAA registration dates
OCrange Park Athletic Association will
be ha\ ing registration at Beef O' Brad\'s
at 520Park A'enue Highwav 17) for girls
softballand fall baseball.
The regisuatioii dates areas follows:
Thursday August 18 6p.m.-S8p.m.
Saturda\.,August 20 9a.n.-Noon
Thursday, AugIust 25 6 p.m.-8p.m.
Saturday August 27 9a.m.-Noon
The ages for girls' softball are 5-16:
Icliild must be 5 b\ January 1.2006 and
must be 16 or under on Dec.31,2005)
Fall baseball ages are 5-15 child must
turn 5 by April 30,2006 and must be 15or
under on April 30,2006
All Ihgisration will be held atBeef 0' Brady's
however do not call here. For fiuher hnfonla-
don or any questions visit at www.opaa.usor e-
mail softball@opaa.usor beballd'opaatus
Parents should bring a copy of child's
birth certificate if he or she has not
playedat OPAA before along with health
insurance information.
Thecost is$90 forT-balland8-LUder. $11
for 10-Inder. 12-tnder and $125 for 15-under.
Additional children in family receivea$5
discount. Regisatation forlnsand medical i e-
lease formscan be printed at www.opaa.us.

Girls on the Run Fall Register
SRegistration is now open for the fall sea-
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tive program for 8-12 \ear old girls of all
abilities. Throughout the season, girls
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Lesson topics include: liking who lam,
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understanding emotions, handling peer
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At tdie end of the season, girls from all
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a chance to shine and a big sense of ac-
comnplishment at the finish line.
Fall programs begin September 10 and
are being held at various schools, parks and
YMCAs throughout Orange Park. Ponte
Vedra, Adantic Beach.Jackson ille. Man-
darin, \ilee and Fernandina.
Volunteer Coaches are also needed to
work with a team of girls.
For more information, call 904-321-
4315 or e-mail GOTRnef lorida@aol.comc

Softball tryouts
The Storm II of Orange Park, a 16u
girl's fast pitch softball team will be hold-
ing open tryouts on Saturday, August 20.
Interested participants ma\ not turn.
17 beforeJanuary 1, 2006. For tryout loca-
tion and time callJohn Schlictman at 269-
S2015 or Fred Awbrey at 705-8442 between
the hoursof7 pn.and9 p.n.

Youth NFL flag football
19SpoirsofJacksonille is haing ag flaoot-
ball registration for kids ages 6-14. Regisntra-
tion is ongoing and league play will begin on
SSeptember17.Log on to www.i9sports.comor
call c904 992-game to find out program de-
tailsand registration infonnation.
All games will be played at either the
U niversit\ of North Florida or Ocean
Palms Elementar\ in Ponte \edra.

Elk's Annual Soccer Shoot
The Green Cole Springs Elk's is ha\ -
ing signups for their annual soccer
shliotoott on Saturday, AuguLst 6 and Sat-
urday. Aug ust.13 from 10 a.n. To 2 pm. at
the Green Cove Springs Elks Lodge
#1892 on 702 S Orange Ave (ULS 17 South .
Interested pa rticipants ca i also sign
lip bh E-mail to: gdsweat64@ al ahoo.com
but \ou must include Name. Parents
Name DOB. address and Phone number.
Tihe deadline toi signing lip is NO
* Later than Aug-17.
The Soccer Shoot begins at 9 a.nm. on
-Sunday August 21 at Thunderbolt Park
on US 17 (Fleming Island) with registra-




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Trophies will be awarded and food will
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their own chairs.
The "Five-Goal Contest" will help
\oungeri participants in theuS and ulO di-
visions build confidence, it will also.
match both physical and skill abilities to
the challenge thel present.
The "Grid Goal Contest" will pair the
u12 and u14 participants and challenge
them in penalat kickingdistanceaccuracy.
Registration is open to all boys and
girls under 14 yearsofage,asof August 1.
2005 and winners advance to the district
soccer shootout.
For more information please contact
Dan n\Sweatland at 284-0465 or at the E-
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Golden Eagle fundraiser
Join the Fleming Island Golden Eagles
basketball team for their third annual
chicken dinner fundraiser on Frida, Sept
16 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. in the cafeteria.
The cost is $7.00 and the dinner will
include a 1 4 chicken, baked beans. cole
slaw, bread and a dr ik.
Players and coaches % ill be serving the
meals and ou can dine in the cafeteria or
have your dinner prepared in a togo box.
,XU proceeds will benefit theboA sandgirls'
basketball teams at Fleming Island and you
can purchase tickets by calling 651-8899 or
nemail a ticket request to fihsbasketball@bell-
soiuth.net to ha\e \our ticketsdelivered.

FIHS golf tournament
Fleming Island High School is hosting
a captain's choice golf tournament on
September 17at 1 p.m. at the Golf Club at
Fleming Island Plantation.
All proceeds will benefit Fleming Is-
land's athletic department and the cost is
$75 pei player or $260 per team.
A shotgun start will get things going
and dinner along with door prizes; tro-
phies and raffles for sports memorabilia
will be included.
In addition the tournament is looking
for sponsors at $1r00I. per hole. the dead-
line for sponsors is September 8 and for
players the deadline is September 15.
Forms ma\ be picked up:at the School.
or bh calling athletic director Rand W\l -
ircn at 541-2100.

Golden Eagle baseball meeting
SThere will be an organizational meet-
ing f6r the parents of all pr ispec t i ve play-
ers on Tuesday. August 23 at 6:00pm in
th&eschool cafeteria.
All parents of returning players and new
playersareencouragedtoattendthismeeting.
; For more information, contact Kurt
Musser.at 269-4026 or Roxanne Strick-
land at 264-3446.

Gator Bowl tickets on sale
Tickets have gone on sale for the Toy-
ota Gator Bowl Game to the public be-
ginning Monday, August 1.
The 61st Annual Toyota Gator Bowl will
be pla. ed onJanuari 2, 2006 in Alltel Sta-
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lh on NBC. The Toyota Gator Bowl fea-
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In addition, tickets to the Dr. Pepper
Atlantic Coast Conference Football
Chaimpionsh ip Ga me tobe played on De-
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sonville, Florida at 8:100 p.m. are also
available for purchase.
The game will feature the first place
teams from theCoastal and Atlantic Di\ i-
sions of the Adandc Coast Conference who
will play for the Conference Championship
Titleandwill be natonalls televisedon ABC
Tickets prices are $80 for louer level
seats and $60 for upper level seats.
Tickets can be purchased for both the
Dr. Pepper ACC Football Championship
Came and the Toyota Gator Bowl game
by going to swww.gatorbowl.com or
wwwh.ticketinaster.coim.

High School baseball workshop
Pro baseball link is looking for local
high school and \oiuth baseball players
who are looking for the opportunity to
play college of professional baseball but
find dtemselves without an\ collegeoffers.
Pro baseball.com is hosting a two-day
baseball workshop diat will bring together
a number of professional and collegiate .
baseball personnel toaddress various topics.
The workshop is open to high school
and youth players of all ages, coaches and
parents. For more infor nat ion call 773-
264-1040 or visit w w w.prcbaseballlink.coi -

Travel team signups
Orange Park ll-\vear-old Travel-Team
looking-for players. Must liveitn Ora age
Park area to be eligible for districts. All-
Star or Tra% el team experience prefer ed
but not required. .Eligible players cannott.
turn 12 beforejJuly 31.21005. Foi more in-.
lornmation call 9041237-7293.
Softball tryouts
STratel team \I outs for Ul. players are
being held for mMore i nfoi llmation: contact
Coach Dan CallAdian at 291-6462or 744-867S

National Baseball association
The National loi:th Baseball Assoc. is
looking ficr \iuth baseball plavei sbet\ween
ie agesof 12-20i tc bepart of teiru 200i5 Na-
tional and International tournament team
dtat uta els to Ohio.Illinois.South Carolina
and man\ more places. Regisutation will be
accepted on a first come tfist serve basis, for
more infor nation call 773-264-1040.

Home run club meeting.
Baseball homerun club meetings will
be held at RidgeviewHigh Schoolon the
second Monday of every month at 7 p.m.
For more information callJackie Simp-
kins at 251-5102.

Bel-Med registration
BMAA is holding registration 6-8 p.m.
Tuesday aridThursdays and 10 a.m.-
2p.m. Saturday for T-Ball ($60),baseball
($85), softball ($85), sr. baseball ($115),
cheerleading ($200), football ($135). In
addition for the 2005 football season,
BMAA will offer "Tiny Mites" football for
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Nichols and Nelson finally reach winners circle at Whitey's


BY TL Cochran, Correspondent

DOCTORS LAKE After years of fish-
ing at the Thursday Night Working
Man's Bass Tournament at Whitey's
Fish Camp, long time competitors


and David Dortch felt they could have
won tonight but a missing net cost them
a sure victory they felt. "We star ted off
pretty good", said Davis. "-We caught two
nice fish right away, then we lost one
about nine pounds and that one could


Mliddleblitg finished a close second.
"N like caught thel using Buzz Baits over
by the bombing range by some docks,"
saidMayers.
"I had to go two miles and caught
them in my old back yard. Heck we're
happy just to catch a fish tonight",
added Firinich.
STom Allen and Craig Geerdes placed
fourth while Ron Edie and T.J. Clark
finished'fifth for.thelast money paying
position.


"It-was tough," said Clark. "We
caught three decent fish but we didn't
. get a w hole lot of bites, I think it's the
heat."' '
Dave Tagliarini and Lee Kitcheni'
ended the night \i without a fish. "We saw
onl1 one fislh a1 night and it was one that
sa am b\ the boat", said Tagliarini
With one more week in the books the
scrambleison for the topfifteen spots to
qualify forthe Classic that n ill take place
on August 25.


CORRESPONDENT PHOTOS BY TL COCHRAN
Charlie Nelson (pictured) teamed with Larry Nichols for the top prize at the Working
Man's Bass Tournament.


Larry Nichols and Charlie Nelson fi-
nally reached the winners circle to
grab the top prize over 47 other boats
on August 4.
It was a hard and frustrating night for
all 47 boats in the tournament, most did
not get their ustial catches aiidNiholsand'
Nelson ,ierei able to hold on for the win.
Third place finishers Tra\is Davis


have taken the top money, it hurts bad,"
he added.
Dortch shared the same thoughts; "We
took the net out last week and it's been in
the way all season. This time we had the
fish to the boat and we lost it trying to get
him landed, that was a $200 lessen."
Early leaders Mike Finnich and Tim
Mayers managers from Winn-Dixie in


Dylan Stokes caught these fish with his grandfather Dr. Bob Hutchinson at Whitey's.


Mills takes first Hobby Stock win at Putnam County Speedway


Special from Tera Gunter


SATSUMA Fans and racers with plen-
ty of patience were rewarded Saturday,
August 6 as track workers quickly
moved to repair the track after a good
soaking left about two inches of rain on
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greenflag drop. Adam lead ended af ter
a slide down the front stretch placed his
car in the mud along the inside retaining
wall and Kenny HallJr. took a comfort-
ablelead over the rest of the field.
Nate Price moved into the second
position while Kevin Mills. in one of his


.PHOTO SPECIAL FROM DAN ALLENADER
Kevin Mills, the hobby stock winner passes Kenny Hall Jr. moments before crossing
the finish line,

the track and infield, best races methodically moved thru
While a decision was made that there the field to pass Price and take second
will be no more Sunday makeup dates, behind Hall.
the management of Putnam County Setting his sights on Hall, Mills
Speedway Park showed their commit- worked the race leader for several laps
ment to putting on a good show for the before making his niov e on lap17, bring-
fans. Five regular divisions ran races ing fans to their feet. Mills led Hall and
along with a special show by the Florida Price to victory lane in jubilant first
Mini Sprint Association. Anyone who win atthe track.
has never seen these mini bullets in ac- The Florida Mini-Sprint associationn
tion is in for treat. treated fans to double-header for the
The hobby stock division ran a thor- evening to make up for a rainout earlier
oung~\-,eaL te.t;iririag.'Jeaitu re.r .v'wlh..u. the seasmo.., ... .
Ricky' Adiams-ta i'ng the.'ea' at-"t3e -'-"- JJesse-Tiedfiadfih'ei i to beat longhit.-


but RiusHeiFei a.ndJolhn C.raddhock wel
determined it would not be an easy coast,
to victory lane.
The greenflag dropped and Heider
shot to the lead with a-hard charging
Teed cl6se behind.
.Eventually Teed took the lead and
held on for the victor~, H eilde and Crad-
dock finished second and th il respec-
tively, while the rest of the field battled it
out behind them.
Races resume at the speedway on
Saturday, August 13, with all five
regular divisions running plus the
pulse pounding action of the 360
winged sprints.of the Florida Sprint
Car Association.


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Call Gary Stasco
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i. (Grades 1-12)


Grandstands open at 4 p.m. and racing
action begins at 6p.m.
Visit the track's website at www.put-
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Ridgeview receiver Charles Gilbert world
returns during practice.
delfn-e \\ hic h Ihas been [lie benchlina rk
for the \ilung team camie up bi' as de-


Raiders receiver Ed Doughty catches a pas
Park workout.


fensive ends Rashaun
Jtlhllisonl a nd Jon Ste\elln
led the wa\.
Coach Chipoleti ended
the mo1 ning \.xokout oni a
laugh note hen tlie of-

tricl, pla to
scoreattolchll-
dow~n.
The Eagle-,
open their
Sschedtule ion
Friday\ A t,-
gusit 19 in a
pr e-seaso l
classic against

The Mid-
d'I eb Lu I g Bronco kicker
Broncos hit uprights.
the field ithi i
new coach in RobhJustino
and ie hnd the Broncos are.
ks on punt, looking to recover froml a
iks on punt nlesseasnIstiNear.
On Monida. Ag'isir NS
betll e a \ violent th understorm ended
practice cal I:.Jistiiui worked the of-
tense anid defense
as he set the strate-.
gic plan.
However, kicker
Zech Tow,. nse ild
wowved team mates
and coaches bhy
booming field
goals from 45-) ard

The new look
Broncos will open
tile seasonC ill a pl e-
seasol ll lassie : at
home on- Frida).
August 19 against
First Co:asl.
Meanwhile at
Rid-,:1g.% ie,, :ac Ich
s during a Orange Tom Mlphersoln
and hi

STAFF PHOTOS
Zech Townsend boots a 45-yard field goal str

pear tI be the early season fa\ orite as dte\
return offensive duc, qcualerback Joe
Evet et. \\ ide recei\ erC (hal lesGilbert.de-
fensiveend Sair510C.ol(lm and nian\ more
frm e. heir pla\offr eam of last \ear.
The Panthers kick off the season in a
pre-season classic on Fridal. Aiugust 19


Jaguar defensive end Derrick Ransom sign
excited fans at Alltel.


on the road against Lee
High.
At Orange Park, the
Raiders will open the sea-
-t son at home hosting the
4- u C'i usaiders fronl Bishop
9 I;uieu\ on Frida\. iAigutil9.
Or ianigePark will look
Sto break the string of
ditree straight 3-8 seasons
as coach T'ed Leasor pre-
pares a new quarterback
in Bobbie Hill to replace
atlilete Landotn TalleN
\\ ho was under center

Finall\.a Keystone
coach iDickiinson and
his Fighting Indialians
B~HOR.CEDD.\iIS %ill look to claim a
right thru the plaofi berth. They
inissed out last season
during a one-quai ter shootout w lien a
field goal sailed ide righlit.
Dic lin'on and the Ihndians, ,ho open
the season at Newherri\ on Fridai. Au-
qult 19in a kickofficlassic,. % ill haveto re-
placequaitei back T\ leir [Da is and their
oftensite line.


JAGUARS .iorn page B-3 21


has been throw~i ing lotsof balls in practice
and le just wanted him to rest hii iarm".
Fans \wanted to see qiartieiback
turned speed receiver MattJonles ru n-
ning the fly patt-eri or Jinmm Smith
going deep against coi ner back Rashiean
Matilis ir-ii cxen second \eai receivers
Ernest \\ilford or Reggie \\illiams
streaking dco\ n the s-ideline but \\hlar
the\ got as a scrim image that \\as dom-
inated b\ tihe defense.
\What else \-would ti ,ione pect against a
defense that \ei\ well ma\1 bI) the best
wv hen the NFL season opte s Itp.
The\ are tfi.g1 h. i ithli D nt\ in Daritis
delilet ing clothesline hits iti. unsuspe.t-
ini receive s going .icr'oss thle middle
and cornel back Rashean IMarhis raising
quickly\ to stardom lexel.
Their linebacker ers are c(ick to[ the
ball and throw in'Big'John Henderson
and Marcus Stroud to clog things up in
the middle. \w Ich wi ll make he n tough
to run on. Their '\ c added Reggie Hay-
ward and Marcellus Wiley to go along
with Paul Spicer for speed ii shin i of
the edge.


CORRESPONDENT PHOTOS B\ NiCk THOMPISON
Quarterback Byron Leftwich did not see
much action during the scrimmage on
Friday, but a lot will be riding on his right
arm this year.


What does tlis all lia ni? The defense
will be top ra nled agatin. Ina\ be e\eni #1.
But .ith all p l,IIlS made I for the other
side of the ball, like
taking shots down-
field, there are several
How healthy is
Fred Ta\lor or how
healthy will he be?
Can MattJones really
deliver as a receiver?
Are seconl-)year re-
ceivers Williams aiind
W\ilford ready to earn
dteir pay? Is Leftwicli
ready to become aniI
uppe,-echelhn quar-
'-- terback? Can thie of-
femnsive line protect
Lettwich because we
know he is not mobile
enough in the pocket!
Only time will tell
and the time is just
s autographs for aboutuponlus..


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Hendricks uses skills to make 'dream home' a reality


"My love for real estate started in high
school when I feU in love with architectural
structures and design. I always dream of de-
signing and building homes." said Wendy
Hendricks of Keller Williams Realty.
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Wendy Hendricks and her dog Scooby-Doo work together to find customers their dream home.


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Hendricks, who has climbed the ladder of
success rapidly and won numerous real
estate awards.
She recently completed her Broker li-
censing and is always looking for a new
challenge.
"I want to be sure I am giving every-
thing I am capable of giving," said Hen-
dricks. "My favorite moments in my
career are the awesome smiles and some-
times tears when a family or individual


walks into that perfect home and just
knows that's the one. I feel so blessed to.
be a part of the most important decision
that someone is making, and knowing
they have trusted me to help in that de-
cision stays with me forever."
Homes are extremely important
pieces of the puzzles of people's lives,
says'Hendricks, and whether it is a per-
son's first home, or the last, the impor-
tance of each transaction is carefully
handled. All the details are taken care
of, and the picture is completed.
"I feel that the difference between
myself and other realtors is my patience
level and the degree of time I am willing
to spend with each customer," said Hen-
dricks. "No one should be rushed into
buying a home, even if time restraints are
an issue. I always see the right results,
and I will always go the extra mile. I truly
love being a Realtor, and I aspire to be the
best at everything I do, otherwise it's not
worth doing."
Hendricks is a resident of Clay County,

HENDRICKS conltimed on page B-8


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Beautifully renovated home, very nice,
with top of the line everything. Gourmet
kitchen for the true chef. marble baths,
hardwood floors, clawfoot tub, upper and
lower decks in rear, 500sf loft or bonus
room, to many upgrades to list.
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home with enormous glass Florida room,
overlooking stunning sunsets on Lake Jewel.
Private dock, boat ramp and bulkhead.
Elevated,tiered back deck that is on the water.
Added bonus, 2 additional parcels included in
sales price. $280,000
Call Jeanne Beland-Scholl
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BALDlIN. IIMkPOSSIBLE TO FIND
\er) rare 10 find 1222sf. 3 bedroom, 75%
brick, tile floors and built in 1990. These are
almost impossible to find.
$124,000
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OAKLE F PL ~NTITION COMMERCIAL LND- FOR SALE.
2004 Trdhoutc. 3. bedr,:,ni. bahsli Tuhl an eicient I 4 acre lot, zoned
1438sl,knockdown ctlings, textured wlls, CG22 for CGC, wihingress and egress to
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granite counter tops, very nice with extra, greater Jacksonville plan. The huge amount
extras. $139,900 of residential construction in this area and
the new Walgreens' across the street, assure
that this piece is a steal at $250k.
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4 bedroom, 2 bath under full renovations to
be completed before you read this. This
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$182,000
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Assist 2 Selt,
Sellers & Bm-ers Realtv
"Full -Senice 14ith Sa-tings!"
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By Lynn Gerlach, Correspondent

The 1992 Residential Lead-Based Paint
Hazard Reduction Act is a great piece of
protective legislation if boih home sellers
and prospective buyers insist on putting
some teeth in it.
The lead paint act was the federal gov-
ernment's attempt to curtail the harmful
effects of living with or working around
lead-based paint, used in most houses
build prior to 1978. That means the sale
of any home more than 25 years old
should be accompanied by an open and
frank discussion of lead-based paint. If
the home was built prior to 1960, one


should almost assume it contains some
lead paint
What's the big deal, you might won-
der. Children under six are especially vul-
nerable to the poisoning lead paint can
cause, primarily because they tend to in-
gest traces of everything they touch. Well
documented results of such ingestion in-
clude irreversible brain damage, impaired
mental functioning, retarded mental and
physical development, and reduced atten-
uon span.
Adults are not immune, from lead poi-
soning, however. Disturbing the lead-
based paint during renovation or
redecorating poses serious consequences


for adults too: nerve damage. reproduc-
tive problems and elevated blood pressure
in both men and women.
The home seller is required by law,
therefore, to provide EPA information on
lead-based paint in general and to specify
locations and conditions of any lead paint
in the house. The buyer is entitled to a 10-
day period in which to have a lead-based
paint inspection conducted by a qualified
professional.
For more information on this subject,
see the 2001 article by Cliff McCreedy for
the American Homeowners Association of
Stamford, Conn., called "Sellers Must Dis-
close Lead-Paint Risks."


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CornerStone Homes' growth


continues with new hires


Special to Clay Today

JACKSONVILLE- CornerStone Homes, a lo-
cally owned and operated homebuilder, re-
cently announced the addition of six new
employees to their continually growing staff.
"Our focus is on finding successful
people who understand the importance of
increasing efficiency, improving quality,
and exceeding the expectations of our
customers," said Managing Partner Mark
Downing. "We are excited about our
growth and know that we need to hire tal-
ented, creative and highly motivated peo-
ple who will put our customers' and
company's goals first."
CornerStone Homes has added several
hires to their team. Bob Kernan has been
hired as Customer Satisfacuon Specialist.
He wJll work in the Operation Department
in various capacities. Kernan is a United
- States Naval Academy alumnus and retired
Navy Captain with 34 years of service.
Cindy Pride will be working with Max-
ine Bolan as a Sales Consultant for Kens-
ington. Pride was previously with ERA
Davis & Linn and won the Nation Rookie
of the Year Award in 2004.
Kevin Mackesy, Assistant Estimator,
will be working with Todd Jones in the
Operation Department. Mackesy recently
graduated cum laude from the University
of Florida with a finance degree.


Dennis Berdecia. Builder, will be head-
ing construction efforts in Grovewood.
Brandon Atichinson, Assistant Builder,
will support Lenny Payne in Kensington
while Sean Pitcher, Assistant Builder, will
help Bobby Hamm in MuraBella.
In addition to their newest employees,
CornerStone Homes' has reassigned three
current Builders to new communities in
order to oversee construction efforts. Craig
Sheets will be taking over Hunter Oaks,
Deercreek, and Crusselle Cove. Ryan Parde
has been assigned to handle Queens Har-
bour, St. Johns Landing Estates, and North
Jacksonville construction. Luke Hall will
assist Bobby Mitchell in Doctors Inlet.
As a member of the Northeast Florida
Builders Association and since its formation
in March 2002. CorerStone Homes has won
numerous awards including Leadership
Awards, Community of the Year Awards,
and Most Outstanding Team Awards.
CornerStone Homes recently opened
two new models in Doctors Inlet Reserve
and is also building in Eagle Harbor,
Hunter Oaks, Kensington, Queens Har-
bour. Deercreek, Eagle Landing, Wor-
thington Park, Grovewood at World Golf
Village, and MuraBella.

For more information regarding Cor-
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CA -e.: -

Wenrdy Hendncks of Keller Williams
Reaft, can. reached at -838-3977 or by
email at wenduy@reateStategrents.com.


The busy broker: Connie Owen


special to Clay Today .* .be in the real estate business, She began h;ke tle accessibility big y wt
a high school teacher, moved to be-,- the small town feel I ke the fact that the
Whern onnie Owen opens the door to coW hat she calls per .m" and schools are ry g-ood -
greegrospectie buyers, se brings thenheadedto etil manageriet be- S wha ak this bus rokeif
wither-a iabiance- of sr and years fore finally testing: ineal esat rent than althere


are a member of my famyly'-said MOwe-n, a will do it. gnin oDg. Froteir s se to sun-
tealtor with WatsonRealtyinFlemngIslandt Owen is not in thebuTsiness alone. set and all the nine linbetweenit'really
ti really-like the fact that I can help people- Hubb fick sits pdo e hall radyto important to hava someone yrr cajust7
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Lead paint an issue for buyers and sellers


(904) 264-4447
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Olulled 'S, 01.2cf-ali'd


August 11, 2005


CLAY COUNTY REAL, ESTATE


Section B-8 "









Property LISTINGS _


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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 MIDDLEBURG 282-5656

RAVINES TOWNHOUSE. LIVING &
DINING AREA, 2 BEDROOMS UP-
STAIRS, ALL APPLIANCES STAY.
107CRE $132,900 WATSON MID-
DLEBURG 282-5656

4/2 FALCON RUN HOME ON AL-
MOST 4 ACRES, PASTURE ELECTRI-
CALLY 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 PROPERTY ALL FOR
ON $149,900 3681CR2 WATSON
MIDDLEBURG 282-5656

MAXVILLE FARMS. 3/2 DWMH-ON 5
BEAUTIFUL ACRES FULLY FENCED,
POND, CLUBHOUSE WITH ELEC-
TRIC & WATER. 6359SUM $170,000
WATSON MIDDLEBURG 282-5656

BLACK CREEK WATERFRONT 2/2
HOME SCREENED IN BALCONY
OFF LIVING ROOM. BONUS ROOM
W/BATH 1966RED $217.900 WAT-
SSON MIDDLEBURG 282-5656

3.2 ACRES ON BLACK CREEK 3/2
ic HOME W/BOAT HOUSE & PIER.
BARN W/TACK ROOM, STALL &
BONUS ROOM. FENCED IN PAS-
TURE W/POND 4409FAL $220,000
-WATSON MIDDLEBURG 282-5656

2410 HADDINGTON CT. POOL
HOME IN ORANGE PARK. THIS
WELL MAINTAINED 3/2 OFFERS A
GREAT ROOM AND FORMAL DIN-
ING WITH WOOD FLOORS, CERAM-
IC TILE IN KITCHEN AND A
WONDERFUL BACKYARD. $159,500.
THE AK TEAM 269-7117

3-BEDROOM HOME LOCATED ON
3+ BEAUTIFUL ACRES. THE HOME
HAS SUCH FEATURES AS A LARGE
BONUS ROOM, FIREPLACE, HOT-
TUB, FRUIT TREES, 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,


When was the a1st time you
were your own boss?


ALL BRICK 3/2, COMPLETELY RE-
MOLDED. 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 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS UNDER
FULL RENOVATIONS TO BE COM-
PLETED BEFORE YOU READ THIS.
THIS HOME WILL BE A REAL BEAU-
TY AND IS A STEAL AT $250K. NOT
ON MLS CALL REALTY EXECU-
TIVES THE PENNINGTON GROUP
(904) 213-8661

HISTORICAL SPRINGFIELD THIS
HOME HAS ABOUT $5000 WORTH
OF REPAIRS TO GO. NEW AIR,
PLUMBING AND ELECTRICAL AL-
READY DONE. FOR THE HANDY
MAN AT$170K. CALL THE PENNING-
TON REALTY GROUP (904) 213-8661

NEW HOMES IN CLAY COUNTY
FROM THE $180K'S AND UP SEVER-
AL LOCATIONS. CALL FOR ALL THE
INFO. WENDY HENDRICKS BRO-
KER-ASSOCIATE (904) 838-3977 KW
FIRST COAST REALTY

THIS IS THE ONE! JUST LISTED IN
MIDDLEBURG AREA. 4/2 OVER 2280
SQFT AND SITUATED ON 1.2 ACRES
OF LAND. BRING YOUR HORSES.
LOADS OF SPACE, WORKSHOP &
MORE! $134.900 WENDY HENDRICKS
BROKER-ASSOCIATE (904)838-3977
KW FIRST COAST REALTY

FIRST TIME BUYERS, FREE SERVICES,
FHA/VA RELOCATION EXPERTS. NO
MONEY DOWN TO QUALIFIED
BUYERS. WE ARE THE RELOCATION
EXPERTS. WE ARE HERE TO SERVE
YOU. WENDY HENDRICKS BROKER-
ASSOCIATE (904)838-3977 KW FIRST
COAST REALTY

SELLING YOUR HOME? I KNOW
CLAY COUNTY! CALL FOR A FREE
CONSULTATION & A GREAT MAR-
KETING PROGRAM. WE SELL
HOMES THROUGHOUT JACK-
SONVILLE & ORANGE PARK. CALL
FOR OUR CUSTOMIZED LISTING
PACKAGE TO FIT YOUR NEEDS.
WENDY HENDRICKS BROKER-AS-
SOCIATE (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 COLD-
WELL BANKER WALTER WILLIAMS

NATURE LOVER'S PARADISE -3 BED-


School of Real Estate

CLASS SCHEDULES

1 Week Daytime starting
October 3rd & October 24th

5 Week Evening starting
November 1st &
November 10th


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For More Information Call Beverly: 596-5950
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ROOM, 2-BATH HOME ON AN
ACRE. BRING YOUR HORSE TO
THIS HOMES ONLY PROPERTY
THAT BACKS UP TO 100+ ACRE RE-
TREAT CENTER. 2.5 CAR GARAGE,
GREENHOUSE/WORKSHOP SPRIN-
KLER SYSTEM, FENCED. CALL MARY
FREYLING AT COLDWELL BANKER
TATUM WILLIAMS, 291-2243

OAK LEAF DREAM HOME- 3 BED-
ROOM, 2-BATH CHARMER IN OAK
LEAF PLANTATION HAS UPGRADES
GALORE SOLID WOOD CABINETS,
10-FOOT KNOCKDOWN CEILINGS,
GARDEN TUB, CUSTOM COUNTER-
TOPS, AND MUCH, MUCH MORE.
CALL DAVIDJACKSON ATCOLDWELL
BANKER TATUM WILLIAMS, 291-2243.

COUNTRY LIVING IN FOX MEADOW
- 3 BEDROOMS. 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 COLD-
WELL BANKER TATUM WILLIAMS
TODAY FOR YOUR PRIVATE SHOW-
ING, 291-2243.

BEAUTIFUL HOME ON AN ACRE- 3
BEDROOM, 2-BATH MANUFAC-
TURED HOME WITH BREAKFAST
ROOM IS IN MOVE-IN CONDITION
AND IS FENCED COMPLETELY.
CALL BILL ZIMMERMAN AT COLD-
WELL BANKER TATUM WILLIAMS
TODAY, 291-2243


247651 ALL BRICK HOME ON CUL- BRU
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THIS 412 HOME FEATURES: GORGEOUS OAKLEAF HOME
S .urr,r.l -.r, lr .., rd r..,,, l,[Chr. i .j. lu l : 1.. I lei.- .,-.'. : h.0 greatroom which
-I,.r:,.\ Ii.l r.-.,:r, ,[h -i I'r l .. j I,,, b L r..n in, -rr.,,-,, -rr :-, IIe fireplace, crown
Iv : r ', Lr, 1 r.,,uh.3.,( tr.ir, : 3ir,: lu.cll c;.l, ih.: plantation shutters,
l n- 5 gg0. i tl.Jufl ,I,:hi ,. i~ t.d .rL.. ,d.Td ,u,h.-r v,' Call MicheleAdams
i'LM.' 92i4815 $289,900 @'-',-8.33,1i M, a" .,3, 2..8 .S-0


GREAT INVESTMENT HOME
This home features laminate wood flooring, indoor laundry,
oak cabinets, 2 bedrooms converted into one large master,
handicap accessible shower and covered patio. Roof only 4
years old. Call. Karen Wentz @ 278-3325 MLS #251028
-$75,000


, With stucco, tile enty, livingdining combo w/ plant shelves. Eat-
in kitchen, w/ breakfast bar, family room w/sliders to patio, fenced
yad, garden master bath, walk-in shower & huge walk-in closets.
Call Karen Wenr @ 278-3325. MLS#248064 $ 173,000


BEAUTIFUL ALL BRICK
1/2 acre on Fleming Island. Large backyard big enough for a
,coi :t for 0i:eto r .t ;r,r,;n,L A one owner, lovingly main-
t,..-.- rhomr- Ca.l Ptr.c,i herrr.min @ 278-3332.
MLS n249973 5219,847


ALL BR-ICK HUI-M
In the hei-E oi Orange Park! This immaculate home features a sep-
arate living& dining room family room with fireplace, and a garden
master bath. The breakfast nook overlooks the sparlding pool on a
private /3 acre lot CallKaren Went@ 278-3325. MLS #252232
$242.000 1 1


Your Perfect Partner


WALTER WILLIAMS
REALTY, INC
Each Office is Independently Owned and Operated


4701 Hwy 17 South Suite 107
Orange Park, FL 32003

(904) 269-9707


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Cozy all brick home wain 32. Iiving'lanng comtro, fami-
yroom healed and cooledl Flor.da room., replace,
cournmel kicrhen 1 .1car garage. :..or 1 e00 square feet.
199,500 #248568.


FAMILY ROOM, EAT-IN KITCHEN
W/COOK ISLAND, SCREENED
PORCH OVER LOOKING A SPA-
CIOUS FENCED YARD, CALL NOW
FOR APPOINTMENT. PATRICIA SHER-
MAN@278-3332 $184,847 COLD-
WELL BANKER WALTER WILLIAMS
PENDING 247346 HUGE IN
GROUND POOL W/POLARIS AND
SAFETY GATE, SECLUDED ON OVER
AN ACRE. A TRUE PARADISE! THIS
WELL MAINTAINED HOME FEA-
TURES NEW ARCHITECTURAL
SHINGLES IN 2003. NEW A/C IN
2004, UPGRADED CARPET, LAMI-
NATE WOOD FLOORING IN
KITCHEN, AND GARDEN BATH IN
MASTER. CALL KAREN WENTZ@278-
3325 $225,000 COLDWELL BANKER
WALTER WILLIAMS
248015 SHOWS LIKE A MODEL. IM-
MACULATE 7 MONTHS OLD, LUSH
LANDSCAPING, UPGRADED TILE,
SEPARATE LIVING AND DINING
ROOMS, TILE FIREPLACE! A MUST
SEE!! CALL KAREN WENTZ@278-
3325 $244,500 COLDWELL BANKER
WALTER WILLIAMS
251028 GREAT INVESTMENT HOME,
THIS HOME FEATURES LAMINATE
WOOD FLOORING, INDOOR LAUN-
DRY, OAK CABINETS, 2 BEDROOMS
CONVERTED INTO ONE LARGE MAS-
TER, HANDICAP ACCESSIBLE SHOW-
ER AND COVERED PATIO. ROOF
ONLY 4 YEARS OLD. CALL KAREN
WENTZ@278-3325 $75,000 COLD-
WELL BANKER WALTER WILLIAMS
250244 STEP INSIDE AND BE SUR-
PRISED. 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@278-3331
$141,000 COLDWELL BANKER
WALTER WILLIAMS
249973 BEAUTIFUL ALL BRICK ON
ALMOST '/ ACRE ON FLEMING IS-
LAND. LARGE BACKYARD BIG
ENOUGH FOR A POOL. OR JUST FOR
ENTERTAINING. A ONE OWNER,
LOVINGLY MAINTAINED HOME.
CALL PATRICIA SHERMAN@278-
3332 $219,847 COLDWELL BANKER
WALTER WILLIAMS
248064 CONCRETE BLOCK HOME
W/STUCCO, TILE ENTRY, LIVING/DIN-
ING COMBO W/PLANT 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 COLD-


1246 Kingsley Avenue
Orange Park

904-269-1080


MILISSA AS IAI ES
Great starter home, 3/1.5, formal living room, fami-
ly room, large yard completely fenced, inside utility
room, lots of closet space and ready for brand new
owners! $115,000 #250328.
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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS LAKESIUlt bAltE
High and dry property in south Clay County with septic, well Spacious home with formal living and dining rooms, 42.5,
and phone service, 5.16 acres, some clearing has been Great room with brick fireplace, inground pool with hot tub,
done for your custom built home. Dont miss out on this screened patio, fenced backyard and 2 car garage.
one! $99,900 #249012. $249,900 #251636
TOBYSL, RNToIMNAEyor rpety. CllU


WELL BANKER WALTER WILLIAMS
252232 ALL BRICK POOL HOME IN
THE HEART OF ORANGE PARK!
THIS IMMACULATE HOME FEA-
TURES A SEPARATE LIVING & DIN-
ING ROOM, FAMILY ROOM WITH
FIREPLACE, AND A GARDEN M1AS-
TER BATH. THE BREAKFAST NOOK
OVERLOOKS THE SPARKLING POOL
ON A PRIVATE 1/3 ACRE LOT. CALL
KAREN WENTZ@278-3325 $242,000
COLDWELL BANKER WALTER
WILLIAMS
MIDDLEBURG WELL MAINTAINED 3
/2 BATH HOME! NICE OPEN FLOOR
PLAN, EATING SPACE IN KITCHEN,
NICE SCREEN PATIO OVERLOOK-
ING MAN MADE POND C2005174
$174,300. ASSIST 2 SELL 264-4447
MIDDLEBURG THIS 4/2 IS I YEAR
NEW! FAMILY & DINING ROOM
COMBO. EAT IN KITCHEN W/BREAK-
FAST BAR, MASTER BEDROOM HAS
TRAY CEILING, GARDEN TUB, SEPA-
RATE SHOWER, DBL VANITIES &
MORE. C2005173 $199,900 ASSIST 2
SELL 264-4447
MANDARIN WONDERFUL HOME
ON EXTRA LARGE FENCED LOT ON
CUL-DE-SAC FEATURES SPLIT 3/2,
GREAT ROOM WITH LARGE STONE
FIREPLACE, KITCHEN W/BREAKFAST
BAR, BREAKFAST ROOM, FORMAL
DINING, LARGE SCREENED PATIO,
OVER 1900 SQUARE FEET OF LIVING
SPACE C2005171 $229,900 ASSIST 2
SELL 264-4447
WESTSIDE GORGEOUS BENT CREEK
BEAUTY ON THE 4TH HOLE, 2 MAS-
TER SUITES & 2 BEDROOMS, 3
BATHS, FORMAL LIVING & DINING
ROOM, BEAUTIFUL IN GROUND
POOL, GLASS ENCLOSED
LANAI, NICE CUL-DE-SAC AND
MANY MORE SURPRISES AWAIT
YOU! C2005170 $249,900 ASSIST 2
SELL 264-4447
ORANGE PARK/FLEMING ISLAND
PETERS CREEK SPLIT 4 BEDROOM 2
BATH HOME. KITCHEN OPENS TO
FAMILY ROOM, EATING SPACE IN
KITCHEN, FIREPLACE IN FAMILY
ROOM. FORMAL DINING ROOM, IN-
SIDE UTILITY ROOM, FENCED BACK
YARD! C2005169 $194,500 ASSIST 2
SELL 264-4447
MIDDLEBURG/WATERFRONT DEEP
CANAL THAT LEADS TO ST. JOHNS,
DOCK & BULK HEADED, CABANA,
3/2 MOBILE HOME W/CONCRETE
BLOCK FLORIDA ROOM, CALL FOR
MORE DETAILS! C2005176 $220,000-
ASSIST 2 SELL 264-4447
CR 217 COMMERCIAL PROPERTY
ZONED BB. APPROX. I 1/2 ACRES ON
PAVED COUNTY ROAD. CALL KAT
WETMORE AT (904) 705-6023 W/PRU-
DENTIAL NETWORK REALTY. $135,000.


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 269-71 17
ELEGANT ORANGE PARK- 4/3 WITH
MANY UPGRADES! PRESERVED LOT,
FLORIDA ROOM, DELUXE MASTER,
FAMILY ROOM WITH FR LARGE
UTILITY ROOM. $300,000 THE AK
TEAM 269-7117
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 PEN-
NINGTON REALTY GROUP TODAY
@ (904) 213-8661
RAVINES GATED GOLF COMMUNI-
TY 3 BEDROOM, 3.5 BATH IN ES-
TABLISHED SECTION OF RAVINES
GOLF CLUB COMMUNITY IS A
SOUTHERN CHARMER WITH TOO
MANY UPGRADES TO LIST. A HUGE
GREAT ROOM WITH BRICK FIRE-
PLACE 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
FANTASTIC LAKE ASBURY HOME
ON I ACRE LOT...OPEN FLOOR
PLAN WITH HUGE FAMILY ROOM
CATHEDRAL CEILINGS, FRENCH
DOORS, 2 FIREPLACES SEPARATE
LR/DR. KITCHEN HAS MANY UP-
GRADES. GREAT HOME FOR ENTER-
TAINING OR A BUSY FAMILY
#2005118 $269,700 ASSIST 2 SELL
264-4447
MAGNOLIA POINT GOLF & COUN-
TRY CLUB THIS HOME IS ON A
BEAUTIFUL LARGE LOT OVER-
LOOKING THE LAGOON AND THE
2ND HOLE ON THE BLUE GOLF
COURSE. 3 BDRM 2 1/2 BA HOME
WITH OVER 2000SF OF LIVING
SPACE. WOODBURNING FR CEN-
TRICON SYSTEM, JACUZZI TUB IN
MASTER BATH AND DBL VANITY.
LOTS OF EXTRAS. CALL CONNIE H.
OLSON NOW 509-0757 $299,900
MAGNOLIA POINT REALTY, INC.
FLEMING ISLAND PLANTATION AL-
MOST NEW BRICK HOME ON THE





Clay County

OPEN HOUSE

SATURDAY & SUNDAY
AUGUST 13& 14
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3534 Sandy Branch Ct
4/2 1900 SF
$199,900
SATURDAY AUGUST 13
I to5
4986 Canary Ct
4/3 1792 SF
$194,500

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9TH HOLE WITH CUSTOM PLANTA-
TION 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 HORS-
ES. 3627J1M $299,900 WATSON MID-
DLEBURG 282-5656

249337 GEORGEOUS OAKLEAF
HOME WITH BEAUTIFUL CERAMIC
TILE LEADING INTO THE GREAT
ROOM WHICH BOASTS A BUILT-IN
ENTERTAINMENT CENTER, -TILE.
FIREPtACE, CROWN MOULDING-
ENHANCES THE -OLUME :CEIL-
INGS, PLANTATION SHUTTERS, UP--
GRADED KITCHEN CABINETS, AND_:
MUCiH MORE: C ALL-; MI.CHELE
ADAMS@278-3331 $284,500 COLDw-
WELL BANKERWALTER WILLIAMS ;

253815 THIS 412 HOME FEATURES-
A COURTYARDENTRY, FORMAL LIV-
ING & DINING,:-KITCHlEN OVER-
LOOKS FAMILY ROOM- WTH GAS-
FIREPLACE, SCREENED LANAI-
OVERLOOKS LAGOON. CALL]LINDA
STORY@278-3337 :-289,900 COLD-
WELL:BANKERWALTER WILLIAMS .

NEW HOMES IN CLAY COUNTY-
FROM THE $180K'S AND UP SEVER-
AL LOCATIONS. CALL FORALL THE-
INFO; WENDY HENDRICKS BRO-
KER-ASSOCIATE(904)838-3977 KW
FIRST COAST REALTY:- -

FIRSTTIME BUYERS;FREE:SERVICES,
FHAAVA RELOCATION EXPERTS. NO-
MONEY -DOWN TO QUALIFIED
BUYERS WE ARE THE RELOCATION
EXPERTS E AlREIERE T& SERVE
OUt WENDY HENDRICIKS BROKER-
ASSOCIATEi9Q4)838-397tKW FIRST
COASTAL :EA: :-

SELLINGYOUR1HOIME? I KNOW
CLAY COUNTY! CALL FORA FREE-
COI SULTAT-ON& A GREAT MAR-
KETING --ROGRAM.: WE SELL.
HOMES -"-TH.ROUGHOUT JACK-
SONVILLE& ORANGE -PARK;-CALL
FORR :QUR: CIUSTOMZED- LISTING
PACKAGE -TO ET =YOUR NEEDS.
WENDYH+1ENDRRICKS BROKER-ASSO-
CIATE (9041838-3977 KW FIRST
COAST REALTY- -. :

17 ACRES HIGHI DRY PROPERTY,:
FENCED. HUGE 3400 SQPT WORK-
SHOR 3-.PHASE AND SINGLE PHASE
ELECTRICAL, SEPARATE rE- OFFICE-
BUILDNGO-- &WARM-UF'PEN i-FOR
YOUR HORSESii E iD-YOUR DREAM--
HOME IERE.ANTUSTSEE AT ONLY
$25KIW ID HENDRiCKS BRO-







O AVEDCOUNTY ROADSCAtLL
KAtWETMORE:-r (904) 705-6023
W/PRUDENTIAL NETWORK REALTY.
i_$6 000; -
PARAEDISE WATER FRONT SPACIOUS
3/3 OX/ER 3200 SQ FT OF ELE-

CKTHSSTORY HOME
FEATURES -WATERFRONT VItEW
MSCRE DtANAI BALCONY
TFRENCHT ^-DOORSE43O5LAZ
$ -WATSON MIDDL.BQRG

I883BBLUEBONNET PACE ISLAND
POOL HOME! GORGEOUS 5/4 WITH
DIAG NAL RAMi -T LE, 42" CAB
tNETS.- NsE1JTIRALTE-COR, 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
BEAUTIFULLY LANDSCAPED 2-
STORY. SURROUND SOUND.
CROWN MOLDING & MUCH MORE.
2687COUN $439,900 WATSON MID-
DLEBURG 282-5656

2-GREAT BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY!
OVER 26 ACRES OF PRIME PROPER-
TY ON CR215 & SR21 $918,400 WAT-
SON- REALTY, MIDDLEBURG -
282-565656

239477 :EAGLE HARBOR BEAUTY!!
THIS 5BR 3BA HOME HAS IT ALL.
LOCATED -ON A -LARGE LOT
W/GQLF COURSE-VIEW, FLORIDA
ROOM, BONUS ROOM, EXTENSIVE
-MOULDING, GRAN1T-COUNTER,-tS-
-LAND,-WOOD FLOORS~ UPGRADES
GALiORE PLUS 3- CARE GARAGE.
-CAL- PEBBLES -CAPES@278-33 4
$432,500 COLDWELL BANKER WAL-
TER-WILLIAMS :

RIVERFRONT LOT ON FLEMING IS-
LAND!: APPROX. I ACRE & I 10' ON
--THE WATER-WITH A-200' DOCK-
W/COVERED BOAT SLIP AND LIFT.
WATER, SEWER & ELECTRIC ON
SITE;. -NO ASSOCIATION FEES.
BEAUTIFUL, :MATURE AZALEAS,
OAKS & MAGNOLIA TREES. REAL-
TOR OWNER. CALL KAT WETMORE
W/PRUDENTIAL NETWORK REALTY-
_9Q4) 705-6023.
EAGLE HARBOR 6BR/4BA- WEX-
TENDED SCREENED LANIA OVER-
SLOOKING A SPARKLING LAGOON.
UPGRADES GALORE INCLUDING
42" MAPLE CABINETS, SMOOTH
-TOP RANGE, BUILT-IN MICRO AND
RECESSED-LIGHTING IN KITCHEN;
C: CENTRAL VAC AND LUXURY MAS-
TER SUITE. -CALL CALL KAT-WET-
-MORE -(904). 705- 6023- OR JUDY
FIELDS (904) 534-5839 WiPRUDEN-
TIAL NETWORK REALTY

NEW "HOMES $4501K'S PARADISE
MOORINGS. GORGEOUS HOMES,
FULLY LOADED: WENDY HEN-
DRICKS -_(904)838:3977-_ KW FIRST
COAST REALTY

THIS-: GORGEOUS-5 BD. -HOME
LEAVES NOTHING TO BE-DESIRED.
-A TRUE GOURMET KITCHEN WITH
CORIAN COUNTERS& -STAINLESS
APPL.LARGE LANI OVERLOOKING
PEACEFUL PRESERVE SETTING.
NEYTRAL COLORS THROUGHOUT
#2005106 $429,900 ASSIST 2 SELL
.264-4447
_ -_- _
EAGLE HARBOR 5/4 W/SCREENED
-AND HEATED POOL OVERLOOK-
:ING PRiVATE LAGOON AND CON-
-SERVATION. MOSTLY BRICK HOME
WITH LOTS OF UPGRADES AND A
-LARGE BONUS ROOM W/HARD-
:_WOOD- .FLOORS.. : CALL JUDY
-HIELDS AT PRUEENTIAL 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 LUS-.
:-'CIOUS TREED SPACE.: -CALL JUDY
FIELDS AT PRUDENTIAL NETWORK
.REALTY AT(904) 534-5839 -
.
FLEMING ISLAND -PLANTATION
STUCCO, 2 STORY HOME IN PORP- -
LAR SOUTHERN LINKSi -5RM !
+LOFT,4 BATHS, FR W/ :-BUf T-IN
BOOKCASES. & PLANT SHELVES,
-PLANTATION BLINDS,;UPGRADED
LIGHT FIXTURES, & CROWN MOLD--
ING. TILED KITCHEN AND BATHS,
HARDWOOD IN MAIN LIVING
AREAS AND CARPETED BEDROOMS
-NASW&^4T4{ tASGARPaTLIA.
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W/ SEP STALL SHOWER. SCREENED.
PATIO -W/ BRICK FLOOR OVER-
LOOKS POND. A+-.RATED CLAY-
COUNTY SCHOOLS! --2005 43.
$414,900

FIRST TIME BUYERS, FREE SERVICES,
FHA/VA RELOCATION EXPERTS. NO
MONEY DOWN TO QUALIFIED
BUYERS. WE ARE THE RELOCATION
EXPERTS. WE ARE HERE TO SERVE
YOU. WENDY HENDRICKS BROKER-
ASSOCIATE (904)838-3977 KW FIRST
COAST REALTY

SELLING YOUR HOME? I KNOW
CLAY COUNTY! CALL FOR A FREE
CONSULTATION & A GREAT MAR-
-KETING PROGRAM. WE -SELL
HOMES THROUGHOUT : ACK-
SONVILLE & ORANGE PARK. CALL
FOR OUR CUSTOMIZED LISTING
PACKAGE TO FItTYOUR NEEDS.
-WENDY HENDRICKS BROKER-ASSO-
CIATE (904)838-3977 KW FIRST
COAST REALTY

JUST LISTED! 32 ACRES OF PARADISE
- BEAUTIFUL HIGH &-DRY PROPER-
TY, 1700 SQFT -HOME, :-GUEST
QUARTERS, 2500 SQFT OF DECK,
ABOVE GROUND POOL. 6 STALL
STABLECLAY ARENA,: WARM-UP
PEN & SO MUCH MORE!! 3400 SQFT
COMMERCIAL STEEL -BUILDING-
WITH. 3-PHASE- ELECTRIC-. YOU
DON'T WANT TO MISS THIS ONE
-CALL TODAY! OFFERED AT $545K
WENDY-HENDRICKS BROKER-ASSO-
CIATE KW .FIRST COAST REALTY
(904)838-3977
17 ACRES HIGH & DRY PROPERTY-
FENCED, HUGE 3400 SQFT WORK-
SHOP 3-PHASE AND SINGLE PHASE
ELECTRICAL, -SEPARATE- OFFICE
BUILDING & WARM-UP PEN FOR
YOUR HORSES. BUILD YOUR DREAM
HOME HERE. A MUST SEE AT ONLY
$250K. WENDY HENDRICKS BRO-
KER-ASSOCIATE -KW FIRST COAST
REALTY (904)838-3977

15 ACRES HIGH & DRY PROPERTY,
1700-SQFT HOME WITH HOT TUB;
ABOVE GROUND POOL AND 2500
SQFT OF DECK. GUEST QUARTERS
OR BONUS ROOM. NEW CLAY RID-
ING ARENA, 6 STALL STABLES AND
NEW FENCING. A HORSE LOVERS
PARADISE. A MUST SEE AT ONLY
$295K. WENDY HENDRICKS BRO-
KER-ASSOCIATE KW FIRST COAST
REALTY (904-838-3977

EAGLE HARBOR 5/4 WISCREENED
AND HEATED POOL OVERLOOK-
ING PRIVATE LAGOON AND CON-
SERVATION. MOSTLY BRICK HOME.
WITH LOTS OF UPGRADES AND A
LARGE BONUS ROOM W/HARD-
WOOD FLOORS.- CALL JUDY
FIELDS AT PRUDENTIAL NETWORK-
REALTY AT (904) 534-5839
$425,000.


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OWNERS' SUITES, DOCK W/ELEC-
TR1C .& WATER AND 20X30
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GREEN COVE SPRINGS Engle Homes, a
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ver Creek community, located in one of
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"Picturesque lakes, a community.pool,
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complements that lifestyle."
The model available for touring at Sil-
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plan. Offering 2,132 square feet of living
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adds elegance and luxury to this model.
The Sapphire's three bedroom, three
bathroom layout offers something for
everyone with a gourmet kitchen for the
most discerning cook, a large family room
and an upstairs bonus room that can be
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starting in the $160s.
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from which to choose ranging from 2,096
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Engle Homes has built in OakLeaf
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Area School
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Current Rates
Fee Points
Conventional 30 Year Fixed 6.250 0 + 0
5/1 ARM 6.000 0 + 0
-3/1ARM 6.000 0 + 0


Interest Only 5/1 ARM
ARMs 3/1 ARM


Jumbo


6.125 0.. + 0"
5.750 1 + 0


30 Year Fixed 6.375 0 -+ 0


FHA 30 Year Fixed 6.250 0 + 0
VA 30 Year Fixed 6.250 0 + 0
All rates are based on owner occupied proper-
ty. Fixed rates are for a 60 day lock and ARMs
are for a 50 day lock. Rates are current as of
August 9, 2005 and are subject to change.
Please call for current rates.
Non Comforming Wholesale loans are also available
Call
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Phone: 904-269-7170
Cell: 904-449-1479
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1712 Russell Road
County Road 209.
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Florida in April of 2004, has been build-
ing high quality, innovative homes for
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resume to office
1-866-845-2990, Attn: Angel


UTILITY LINE MECHANIC
I larj lI E,i'i .i- cj,.o'r Ci'r hI; aillaion repair
ar.3 ,T, ir5,Ci f 5l er'.A ah.i va'i.," d,-iribu.
i..:.r. oise:lin system. Requires high
school diploma and e,.perern,: -in
const/maint. of water airiiul,n &
sewage collection lines Drug-Freem
Workplace., Applications-CITY OF
GREEN COVE SPRINGS, 321 Walnut
Street, Green Cove Springs, Mon-Fri; 8:00
a.m.-4:30'p.m. Phone (90(4)529-2200 ext.
308. Open until filled., EOE. Salary range
$10.38-$16.61/hr. DOQ&E.
#7280 published August4 and 11, 2005 in
Clay County's Clay Today newspaper.


CARPENTER ,
I4ELPERS and
&UB CREW j
Needed Immediately
for Orange Park and .rg.1e
area. Call days or evenings
904-29'-1222 or
904-591-5592


Hardee's Management
Open House

Interviewing all levels
of Restaurant Managers
in Jacksonville & the
surrounding areas Thurs.
Aug. 18th 10am-4pm (No
Appt. Nec.). Interviews
at Hardee's 873 Lane
Ave. South. Directions
904-695-9522. Fax Email
resume 469-671-3837 or.
TAL@selfopportunity.com
Questions 800-594-7036
3CES219-256j

HEAVY EQUIPMENT
OPERATOR
TRAINING FOR EMPLOYMENT





Bulldozer. Backhoes. Loaders,
Dump Trucks, Graders,
Scrapers, Excavators
Next Class: August 22nd
-National Certification
-Financial Assistance
-Job Placement
800-383-7364
Associated Training Services
www.atsn-schools.com
SCES-0011-3105


ADVERTISING
CAREER OPPORTUNITY
Join a staff of'newspaper professionals at Clay Today The candidate for this retail
display advertising position heeds to be a "people person' with above average
communication skills. Newspaper or other media sales experience a plus, but not
necessary because we can train. This is a fast paced environment with regular dead-
lines and requires good organizational, telephone, communication and time manage-
ment skills. Knowledge of advertisement layout or a good graphic arts background
is also helpful. Our office is located in Orange Park. Benefits for this job include:
FULL TIME SALARY INSURANCE 401k VACATION
SSICK LEAVE PERSONAL TIME NO WEEKENDS COMMISSION
Please send resume and cover letter to:

ClayLToday
Attn: Jon Cantrell
1560-1 Kingsley Avenue Orange Park, Florida 32073
E.O.E. CES0005.1705


ii HELP
.. -WANTED



ii For Local Pool ii
i CoIpany Steady Work ii
S904-264-0872 I u


" Governors Springs

Apartments

FULL TIME om
MAINTENANCE

PERSON
Apply Within:
1343 LOVE DRIVE -
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FULL TIM
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MAINTNANC
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RN 7-3
some Flexibility.
Excellent working
conditions and great:
benefits. LTC
experience preferred.:
Rate Negotiable.
Apply Penney
: Retirement Community.:
Call Diane Lutzen
(904) 284-8578.
Drug Free Work Place & EOE.
CES-UvU63o





Perfect for someone
needing a little extra $$$
R.E.L.I.E.F., workers
needed to sit with the
e1derl. Requires some
evenings and weekends
for more information.
Contact Tracey
at 269-6345 or 284-5977

Iay coMhj CounMdi on caine, nY. 3


Now Hiring
Part Time
Framers
&
2 Full Time
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Look every week for new employment ads!


LOG SCALER/SIHi ING
COORDINATOR
Minimum 2 year degree with Forestry or Business
Management. Starting Salary $13.22-$.14.25. We
are an EEOC, Drug Free workplace. 401K,
health/dental,'paid holidays/vacations.
Apply at Gilman Building Products,
6640 CR 218, Maxville, FL or
fax resume to (904)2:89-71&.,43 ,E4,02


CLAY TODAY CLASSIFIEDS 904-269-2999 ? -FAX# 9b4--215-24,56


.Agugust 11, 2005


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MEDICAL ASSISTANT W/B.M.O.
Busy Middleburg area Family Practice group seeking
FT M.A. w/B.M.O. and at least one year experience.
Friendly, motivated staff needs bright, patient oriented-
individual for immediate employment. Competitive
salary, benefits, bonus program. For consideration fax
your resume to: (904) 282-1550 or mail to:
MEDICAL ASSISTANT |
3839 County Road 218 Middleburg, FL 32068


Class "A" Industrial Mechanic
for 3rd shift Maintenance Crew. Must
have 5 years experience. Pay ranges
from $16.96 plus. 26-shift differential.
\ e are an EEOC, Drug free workplace.
401K, healtki'dental, paid holidays.
vacations. Apply at Gilman Building
Products, 6640 CR 218, Max\ ille. FL or
F fax resume to (904) 289-7736


to Marketing VP. Busy,
Christian retirement
community. Exp. in
Word, Excel, Publisher.
Web design/master
.and/or copywriting
skills helpful. Excellent
organizational skills,
self-motivated, mature,
professional, non-smoker.
Send resume to: Penney
Retirement Community,
P.O. Box 837,'
Poenney Farms, FL
32079-0555 or fax:
904-284-5509
or emailhto
prcphillips(~bellsouth.net.
Drug Free Work Place & EOE,
CES-0012-3005


TAMKO Green CoveSprings, L

-Industrial Maintenance Mechanic
TAMKO Roofing Products, Inc i *:aurreni, :ici-o 1r.c.g api.:ai i .r ,O I, r
i,, C..PE;nq at Ir r n d G Ci.r Cc 1 ,c ;r.g i iIairior.
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Human Resorces Manager.-
TAMKO is a Tobacco Free Workplace
S TAMKO is an Equal Opportiunity Employer M/F .

Good thingsare happening at TAMKO in
Green Cove Sorinas. FL. n
CES-0004-3205


SNOW

HIRING

Operators, Pipe
Foreman, Pipelayers,
Hillman, Tailman,.
Experience a must.
Top Pay. 401K,
benefits, insurance,
paid holidays, paid
vacation, salary
commensurate with
experience.
New Jobs starting
on Northside
904-262-3227



Call today to
place your ad in
Clay Today's
Employment
Spotlight!!

Call 264-0846

x138


Life
care
Centers
of America
Compassion in Action!
As one of the largest privately held
*provider of ikledI narsmg tfacjlinet in
28 states,'several facilities are
e\penencing \eplo-ne ororb and
hj\-e ie follow ing opponrrunies:

Physical Therapists
Physical Therapy Assistants
Occupational Therapists
Certified Occupalional
Therapy Assistants
Speech Language Pathologists
Full tune, dai shirs,. fleuble
scheduling available!
Call today to find out more about our
competitive salary/benefit packages.
For consideration, please submit
resume to: davidhardwick@lcca.com
or contact:

Life Care Center of
Orange Park
Attn: Valerie T'rney, RSM
Phone: 904-272-2424

Life Care Center at
Wells Crossing
Attn: Jane Pefia
Phone: 904-264-1950
i.''Cl. F. Workplace -


FULL-TIME ACCOUNT

EXECUTIVE
Community Newspaper now\ has a position open for
Outside Sales Account Executive in the St. Augustine area.
Great Opporturuty \ith a fun. exciting work environment. Need
reliable transportation, good closing and strong sales skills to
develop territory for community newspaper. Salary plus benefits.
.......... ... .... ------ .----

RECORDER RECORDER

Please fax resume to:

(904) 285-7232
EOE/DFW
OR Email: obush@jcpgroup.com


Loans by phone. Up to $1000 in
24hrs. No Credit Check! Bank-
Account Req. 1-888-350-3722
www.paychecktoday.com (No
Faxing) cpf

MORE CASH for settlements.
Waiting for payments Over:Time
on a settled lawsuit? Get more
Cash. Deal direct with the lead-
ers. NovationCap.com
1-800-337-6409 cpf

NEED LOAN? No credit? Bad
credit? Bankruptcy? Repo?
Personal-auto-consolidation-
business-loans available.
"Helping people with credit
problems since 1991." 1-800-
654-1816 cpf

THAT DREAM HOME maybe
more affordable than you
think! For Free 24hour prere-
corded information, Call 1-877-
407-9549. Reduced I Flexible,
Payment Options. Extension
#86301. Zero Down Payment
Options Ext. #86401 cpf

$50,000 FREE CASH GRANTS
* 2005! Never Repay! For-
personal bills, school, new busi-
ness. $49 Billion Left unclaimed
from.2004! Live Operators! 1-
800-785-6360 Ext#62. cpf


Cleaning W \
Icotimunicatiohs ,W -. .W(J
HOME PHONE DISCONNECT- Ann ou Kpin,
ED? Get Reconnected Fast! Anna's RHouse Keeping, 4
Hours Regular Oleaning$64,
Or Call Before Disconnection. Mon-Fri, U Make List & Put
From $29.99/mo. No Deposit, Us to Work! Since 1991
No Credit Check, Guaranteed 904-636-5755'
Approval. 1-866-447-2489, 90-1825-06661(S. Johns)
American DialTone, Connect-
ing Customers Since 19991 Se
Habla Espanol cpf


NO PHONE SERVICE? Get Re-
connected Quickly! Basic serv-
ice $24.95/Mo. Long distance
plans available, no deposit.
Transfer service keep same
number. 1-888-467-8286 &_1-
800-813-9235. Instatone. Se
Habla Espanol.- $24.95/Mo..
basic service. cpf

EXPRESS LONG DISTANCE -
Moving to New York, New Eng-
land, & all states in between...
Customer rated A+. Air ride
trucks. Free estimates & friendly
service. Relocation Specialists.
(Lic. #MC299938) 1-800-941-
3767 cpf


To lAvertise in the 0I1U


SToday Call 269-2999


Busines I
Opportunities j
HELP WANTED Earn Extra in-
come assembling CD cases
from Home. No Experience
Necessary. 1-800-405-7619 ext
400. www.easywork-
greatpay.com Free Informa-
tion cpf

ALL CASH CANDY ROUTE Do
You Earn $800 in a Day? 30
Machines and Free Candy All
for $9,995. Call 1-800-814-6077
AIN#B02000033 Call Us: We
Will Not Be Undersold! cpf

An Exclusive Vend Bus. For
Sale $5995. Must Sell by
8/20/05. 866-823-0223 (7 days)
AIN #B02410 cpf -


PRIVATE MONEY AVAILABLE
Easy qualifying, Rapid.Fund-
ing, Flexible terms on Real Es-
tate Secured Properties.
Mccall Mortgage Company
954-578-7735 1-866-895-4502
www.mccallmortgagellc.com
cpf

$50,000 FREE CASH GRANTS
*** 2005! Never Repay! For
personal bills, school, new
business. $49 Billion left un-
claimed from 2004. Live Oper-
ators! 1-800-856-9591 Ext #81
cpf

ACTORS / ACTRESSES need-
ed to stand in crowd & back-
ground scenes. No
experience required. Training
provided. Up to $18/hour. 1-
800-617-0709. cpf

APPLICANTS NEEDED for paid
Mystery Shopping assignments.
Call Toll Free 1-866-822-1133.
M-F, 9am-7pm EST. cpl

COMPANY EXPANDING in
your area. $1380 Weekly
Guaranteed. Work from home.
No experience. 1-866-402-
5889 cpt
DRIVERS Compnany Drivers.
Solos/Teams Class A/CDL-
'iNw 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 WANTS 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. LCTransporta-
lion.com cpf .

Earn up to $500 weekly assem-.
bling our Angel Pins in the com-
fort of your own home. No
experience required. Call 1-888-
288-8060 or visit
www.angelpin.net
cpf

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

GOVERNMENT JOBS Earn Up
to $12 to $48/Hour Full Med-
ical/Dental Benefits, Paid
Training Clerical, Administra-
tive, Homeland Security,
Wildlife, Law Enforcement &
Morel 1-800-320-9353 Ext
2005 cpT-


HANDYMEN NEEDED Indepen-
dent Contractors Professional
appearance, experience working
directly w/ customers, own tools
& transportation required. PT,
FT & "On-Call". Florida based
,.company, providing handyman-
services to National retail compa-
nies across the state. Call toll
free, 1-866-HANDY44 (426-
3944) 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
www.easywork-greatpay.com
cpf

Hiring for 2005 Postal Posi-
tions $16.20-$58/hr. Feder-
al Hire/Full benefits No
experience necessary Green
Card O.K.. 1-866-329-0801
Ext. 375 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


CLAY TODAY CLASSIFIEDS 904-269-.2999 o. -FAX# 904-215-w2456


Section B-15


Augu~t 11, 2005







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Now Hiring lor 2005 Poslal Posi-
tions $17 50-$59.00+/ri Full
Benefits/Paid Training and Vaca-
tions No Experience Necessary.
1-800-584-1775 Reference
#4105 cpf
UP TO $1750 WEEKLY!! Com-
pany Expanding! Now Accepting
Applications! Easy Work From
Home! $50 Cash Hiring Bonus.
Guaranteed in Writing! 1-800-
242-0363 Ext 4216 'cpf
UP TO $4,000 WEEKLY!! Excit-
ing Weekly Paycheck! Written
Guarantee! 11 Year Nationwide
Company Now Hiring! Easy
Work, Sending Out Our Simple
One Page Brochure!. Free
'Postage, Supplies! .Awesome
Bonuses!! Free Information, Call
Now!! 1-800-242-0363 Ext. 3400
cpf
$600 WEEKLY Working Ihrough
ine government pad-lime. No


Experience. Alot ol opponuni-
lies. 1-800.493-3688 Code F92
cpf
$990.00 WEEKLY INCOME
mailing our sales brochures from
home. Genuine opportunity.
Supplies provided. No selling or-
advertising. Free postage. Call
1-775-996-1351 (24 hours) cpf
1000 ENVELOPES = $8000 At
Home! Receive $8 per envelope
stuffed with sales materials!
Free postage & supplies. Written
guarantee! For free info Call 24
Hdur Recording: -1-8-884-.
4405. 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! Start immediately. 1-
800-926-9954. Call now for
free information! cpf

.lforsi ;.' i.
2 Yr Old Limo-X Beef Cows
$700'ea. APHA 5 Year Old
Painl Gelding $1800m 2 Yr
Old Appaloosa Mare $800, 1
Yr Old Fer White Hibred Wolf
$250 352-473-3899

Pets For Salle

Free .MANX Cat, to Horne
Where She Cab be Queen..
Sweet & Fixed. 904-269-4025
Free to a Good Home, Rot-
weller Mix Male, -Approx 1
year Old 282-9981


Hand Feed baby Birds, Love
Birds, CocKatails. Nanday
Conuers $45-+, Also Parakeet.
Breeder Pairs 904-272-5488






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

Electrqnlcs .

A NEW COMPUTER But rNo
Cash' You're Approved guar-
anteed' No Credit Check Bad
Credit Bankruptcy OK Check-
ing Account Required


www.pcs4all.com 1-800-504-
3971 8a-10p Est Mon-Fn i10a-
5p Sat cpt



Bed: King Size
Mattress Set. New in Plastic
Must Sell $175
.904-484-6177
Queen Size
Mattress Set
Still in Original Plastic
Must Sell 904-484-6177.
7 Pc, Whl Wicker B'Rm Set. -
Wht. Full 4 Post Bea, Armoire,
S2 Nt. Stands. Solid Wd Cherry
More 284-0602/616-0952
A+ POOL HEATERS FACTORY
DIRECT: Solar, Heat Pump or
Gas. Complete do-;i-yourseif
pool healer kits. Phone quotes
inslallalion available in most


areas. 1.800-333-9276 ex. 501.
www.TheEnergySuperMarkei.co
m Lic #CWC029795, Insured.
Dealer inquiries welcome, cpf


BestPriceTrailers.com 877-
258-1445 Big Tex Heavy
Equipment to 25 ton. Horton to
10 ton, Aluminum Trailers, Liv-
ing Quarters, Car Haulers 20
Minute financing approvals
No Money Down! Trailers
ready for delivery! cpt
EXCALIBUR 8' POOL TABLE -
Still Craed Includes Everything!
Pius Delivery & Professional In-
siallaiior! Solidwood Profession-
al Series, 1 Siaie, Leather
Pockets, All Accessories + Mar-
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$1695. 954-309-4-479. 813-273-
8701, 407-245-7330, 239-770-
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S401k. Benefit available after 1 lear
Safety Inrce native, Paid Weekly
Drug Free Workplace Team Envirornmrrent r


>enings for Lane Ave:
inside Sales
Administrative Assistant
Yard
Warehouse .


Openings for
Green Cove-Springs:
* Sawyers
* Truss Builders
* Class "A" CDL-Drivers


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Competitive Pay Benefits Bonuses

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Section B-17


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

* MEMORY FOAM* All TEM-
PUR Orthopedic NASA Mattress-
es, Warranty. Cost $1995, sell,
$399, Queen; $499, King. All
sizes & sets. Shipped any-
where!! Best Prices Adjustable
& Tempur-Pedic Authorized
Dealer. 813-493-1222, 727-733-
9334, toll'free, 1-866-476-0289.
www.mattressdr.com cpf

METAL ROOFING: ALLTYPES.
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

STEEL BUILDINGS: 5 Only
25x30, 30x40, 40x50, 45x80,
50x100 Must Move Now!
Will Sell for Balance Owed!! Call
Today! 1-800-211-9593 x36
cpf

1992 Wellcraft Sportsman. 25
foot, twin 2000 150 Mercury out-
boards. Cuddy
cabin, 2000 trailer. Ready to go
fishing. Asking $22,000. Locat-
ed in the
Ocala area. Will consider trade.
352-347-4470 cpf

Cemetery Lots |
Monuments J

4 Burial Plots, Memory Gar-
dens, Gardens of Last Sup-
per, 2 Double Crypts, Long &
Adjoining $1500, 1 Double
Crypt $3000 2 Double Crypts
352-473-3899

Miscelaneous.


Mattress Sets
Brand New in Plastic.
Queen $125, King $150
Memory Foam $340 484-6177


Like New Pillow Top Queen
Mattress/Box Spring, Match-
ing Iron Queen Headboard,
Bench w/ Cushion $200
Days 904-358-2717 ext. 107








Pressure Washing j

Erickson Painting
Professional Service-
20 Years Experience
Painting *
Pressure Washing *
Stucco *
Siding Repairs +
No $$$ Until
Project Complete
Call 904-238-7156





Northway's Roofing
Specializing in Roofs, Repairs
of All Kinds. Re-roofs and
New roofs.-We Get the Job
Done Right!
Insured/Bonded Call Brian
Cell 904-910-5960
Home 352-473-8340

Tree Services



BOB'S
STUMP GRINDING
AND TREE SERVICE
Tree Removal, Tree Trimming, Etc.
FREE ESTIMATES
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licensed & Insured.
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Condos For Rent

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Village, Pool & Clubhouse in
Complex, $725/mo + $400/dp
Near School, Rent Inc Utilities
904-264-8425/904-264-4715

Apartments
For Rent

CLAY SPRINGS APARTMENTS
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APARTMENTS. RENTAL ASSIS-
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Now Accepting Applications.
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2 and 3 Bedrooms
Central Heat & Air
Kitchen Appliances
Carpet
Call 904-284-7751
Monday-Friday
9:00 a.m. to
e"S0 5:00 p.m. .


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HIGHLAND APARTMENTS
Now Accepting Applications.
Rent based on income.
1,2 and 3 Bedrooms
Central Heat & Air
Kitchen Appliances
Carpet
Call 904-284-7256
Monday-Friday
9:00 a.m. -
S5:00 p.m.

CLT 034-0305


ST. JOHNS
APARTMENTS
ORANGE PARK
Now Accepting Applications for
1 & 2 Bedroom Apartments. Kitchen
equipped, CH & A, Wall-to-Wall Carpet.
For more information call:
TTO [800] 955-8770
[904] 272-1448
Monday-Friday 10am-5pm
Equal Housing Opportunity


MBurg 2Br/1ba, Detached
Garage, Washer/Dryer,
Fridge, Stove & Microwave
$750/mo + $700 Dep
264-3743/613-2650

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

The Seasons, Studio, Upper
& Lower, All New, W/D.
$595/mo. TDO Management
904-246-1125

Rooms To Rent


F.I Christian Female Wants
Nonsmoker, Mature Female
to Share 4br/2ba $600/mo
Dep Negotiable 904-629-5054

M.B. 3 Story on Black Creek
Looking for Responsible
Young People, 3 Rooms
Available, Inc Master Rm.,
$400-$450. Call 449-9343

Roommate Wanted
To Share 3br/2ba Home
In Middleburg Area
904-291-7900

Homes For Rent


G.C.S, 3br/1.5ba, Newly Re-
modeled, Kitchen, Paint, Ce-
ramic Tile Throughout, taun-
dry Room, Carpet, Fenced
Yard, Quiet Area, Close to
Schools, 1607 Harring St.,
$795/Mo + $600/Dep
904-284-1500

O.P 3br / 2ba, Fireplace,
Alarm, Fenced Yard, 2 Car
Garage $850/mo + $800/dep
904-264-3743/904-613-2650

Argyle Forest, OP. Several 3/2,
2 car garage, Ready to Move in.
Starting @ $1000/mo. 260-1703


ORANGE PARK
1,164 SQ. FT. AVAILABLE
in the Park Central Plaza
located along Highway 17 between
Kingsley and Wells Road.
The space is configured with (3) 12x13
windowed offices, ADA bathroom, and a
31x12 open area. Location offers ample
parking and privacy with own awning &
entrance in shopping center. The rent is
$11 psf NNN, or $1,358 per month.
Please call Amy Stevens at
212-251-0053 to discuss the space.
CLT-0055-3205





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


Mobile Homes WbI r Mo a3/2.5 CH/A, Doublewide + a
For Rent With Land For Sale Singlewide on Chainlink-
Fenced Acre on Paved St.
Approx 2 Miles to Planned
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Fenced Lot $750/mo + Home w/Land, 3/2, Marble,
$350/dep 904-282-7913 Wood, Tile, Carpet & More u .
Rent i Sale:$101,000 or Lease/ Pur- Arl/State
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To Buy for Pre-Qualified Buyers Only. A FREE BROCHURE At West-
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Sale:$101,000 or Lease/ Pur-
chase $3800/dwn & $800/mo
for Pre-Qualified Buyers Only.
904-291-9304 / 904-579-6858


For Sale

G.C.S 4br/2.5ba, Brick, 2
Blocks from the St. Johns
River in Ground Pool, De-
tached 20x40 Garage, Large
Corner Lot, Call Krista @
Plantana Realty 284-9600

Mandarin, 4/3 +Bonus Room
3003 Sq. Ft., /2 Acre Custom
Home, NO HOA, $415k
904-234-0857

MDBG- 4 br/2 ba on 5 acres.
pets ok/horses ok. 800/mo +
1st & last + security for indoor
pets. 321-243-6169

1.5 +/- acres on Lake Asbury
3br/2.5ba home with in-ground pool,
2 decks and'dock. $439,900

Beautiful Custom Riverfront
3br/2ba all brick home, In-ground
pool, boathouse and lift. $899,900

Approx 130 ft on Black Creek
3br/2.5ba home w/rare Pecky Cedar
siding. Dock, attached and detached
garages. $889,500

Doctors Lake Waterfront
This 3br/4ba, 5000sf home, Spanish
style roof, In ground pool, hot tub,
dock, and boatlift. $1,749,000

Eagle Harbor Lake Front
4br/4.5ba, Built in 03, Dual level
front porches, :Hardwood floors,
$934,900

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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 spacious fenced
yard, call now for appointment.
Call Patricia Sherman
@278-3332 $184,847

PENDING
247346 Huge inground pool
w/polaris and safety gate, seclud-
ed on over an acre. A true para-
dise! This well maintained home
features new architectural shingles
in 2003. new A/C in 2004;
upgraded carpet, laminate wood
flooring in kitchen, and garden
bath in master.
Call Karen Wentz@278-3325
$225,000

S 249337 Georgeous 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 $284,500

248015 Shows like a model.
SImmaculate 7 months old, lush
landscaping, upgraded tile, sepa-
rate living and dining rooms, tile
fireplace! A Must See..
Call Karen Wentz@278-3325
,$244,500

251028 Great investment home,
this home features laminate wood
flooring, indoor laundry, oak cab-
inets, 2 bedrooms converted into
one large master, h.,-.:.l;:or
accessible shower and covered
patio. Roof only 4 years old.
Call Karen Wentz@278-3325
$75,000

250244 Step inside and be sur-
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large rooms, vaulted ceilings,
beautiful stone fireplace, eat-in
kitchen, screened porch, alarm
system and the appliances stay.
Call Michele Adams
@278-3331 $141,000

249973 Beautiful all brick. on
almost /2 acre on Fleming Island.
L,.:ag b.:l.,.J.J b,- t- :-.,.h.'h for a
pool, or just for entertaining. A
one owner, lovingly maintained
home.
Call Patricia Sherman@278-
3332 $219,847

248064 Concrete block home,
w/stucco, tile entry, living/dining
combo w/plant 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

252232 All brick pool home in
the .heart of Orange Park! This
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room with fireplace, and a garden
master bath. The breakfast nook
overlooks the sparkling pool on a
private 1/3 acre lot. .
Call Karen Wentz@278-3325
$242,000

253815 This 4/2 home features
a courtyard entry, formal living &
dining, kitchen overlooks family
room with gas-fireplace, screened
lanai overlooks lagoon.
Call Linda Story@278-3337
289,900


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Orange Park, FL 32003
269-9707


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High, dry property, 21.93 acres in the country. May be
subdivided for construction per the County and can be
subdivided into as small as 1 acre lots.
MLS# 225926 $350,880..



READY FOR THAT
LARGE FAMILY
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family. This is perfect on 1.25 acres with fireplace,
large kitchen with loads of cabinets and counter space.
Kitchen also features island. Must see to appreciate:
MLS# 247375 $105,000.


HANDYMAN'SSPECIAL
Reduced! Built in.1994, 2/2 on 2 acres has front deck.
Horses welcome. #MLS 228813 $54,500.


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




BUILDERS HOME
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size eat-in kitchen, smooth top range with microwave
hood. Termite bond and 12x24 shed.
MLS #241787 $174,900.-


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Call 919-693-8984 or email for
pics: owner@newbranch.com
cpf

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1004 cpf

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and appliances. Ceramic tile floors and'wall to wall car-
pet. Enjoy the wood burning fireplace for those cool
nights. Formal dining and Living room. Water softener
and conditioner-14xl6 shed. MLS# 244760 $147,900



AS GOODASNEWWITHACREAGE
3/2 with unfinished bonusroom could be office or 4th
bedroom, island kitchen on 13 acres. Very secluded,
built in 2001 FLEETWOOD double-wide with 24x12
covered screen porch over looking above ground pool
with 12x20 deck, 47x40 garage with metal roof. Kids
will enjoy the tree house with window unit A/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.

PEACEFUL SETTING
Bring the horses to this fully fenced 2.07 acres, very
private-single-wide with addition 4/2 over 1200 Sq. Ft.
nice covered front porch-20x20 wooden shed with A/C,
2-10x20 metal shed containers, 15x20 carport.
MLS# 255016 $80,000.


Waterfront 4.40 Acres $67,000

Waterfront 3.34 Acres $55,000

Paved Road 2.10 Acres $47,000


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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, CASE NO: 2003-
584DR, DIV. B
LARISA CHURCHILL, Petitioner
and
KENNETH CREWS, Respondent
NOTICE FACTION FOR
Modification of Child Support and
Establish Parental Custody
TO: KENNETH ASHLEY CREWS
1030 Brannon Field Road
Middleburg, FL 32068
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a notice of ac-
tion has been filed against you and that you
are required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to it on Larisa Churchill
whose address is: 338 Capella Lane, Or-
ange Park, FL 32073 on or before Septem-
ber 12, 2005 and file the original with the
clerk of this Court at: Room 105, 825 N. Or-
ange Ave., Green Cove Springs, FL. 32043,
before service on Petitioner or immediately
thereafter. If you fail to do so, a default may
be entered against you for the relief de-
manded in the petition.
Copies of all court documents in this case,
including orders, are available at the Clerk of
the Circuit Court's office. You may review
these documents upon request.
You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit
Court's office notified of your current ad-
dress. (You may file Notice of Current Ad-
dress, Florida Supreme Court Approved
Family Law Form 12.915.) Future papers in
this lawsuit will be mailed to the address on
record at the clerk's office.
WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida Family
Law Rules of Procedure, requires certain au-
tomatic disclosure of documents and infor-
mation.-Failure to comply can result in
sanctions, including dismissal.or striking of
pleadings.
Dated: 7-20-05
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Circuit
Court,.by: Linda C. Dixon, deputy clerk.
legal no. 4236 published August 4, 11, 18
and 25, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT.COURT OF THE 4TH JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
CLAY COUNTY, GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION, CASE NO: 2001-782-CA-B
WASHINGTON MUTUAL BANK, FA, suc-
cessorto North American Mortgage Compa-
ny, Plaintiff.
vs.
JUANITA MERCADO; WILSON M.
MENDEZ, et al., Defendants
AMENDED NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE
Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to
that Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated
July 20, 2005, and entered in civil case num-
ber 2001-782-CA-B, of the Circuit Court of
the 4th Judicial Circuit in and for Clay Coun-
ty, Florida, wherein WASHINGTON MUTU-
AL BANK, FA, SUCCESSOR TO NORTH
AMERICAN MORTGAGE COMPANY, is
Plaintiff and Juanita Mercado; Wilson M.


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Mendez; Clay County, a political subdivision
of the State of Florida;., is/are Defendant(s),
I will sell to the highest and best bidder for
cash on the front steps of the Courthouse,
825 North Orange Avenue, Green Cove
Springs, Clay County, Florida, AT 10:30 A.M.
ON THE 22ND DAY OF AUGUST. 2005. the
following described property as set forth in
said Final Judgment, to wit:
LOT 63, ORANGE PARK SOUTH UNIT
15, ACCORDING TO THE PLATTHEREOF,
RECORDEDIN PLAT BOOK.30, PAGES 21
THROUGH 26, OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA.
NOTE: Pursuant to the Fair Debt Collection
Practices Act you are advised that this law
firm is deemed to be a debt collector at-
tempting to collect a debt and any informa-
tion obtained will be used for that purpose.
Dated the 21st day of July, 2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of Circuit
Court, by: Holly Hurlburt, deputy clerk.
CODILIS & STAWIARSKI, P.A.
4010 Boy Scout Boulevard, Suite 450
Tampa, FL 33607
(813) 877-6008
C&S#10-01-4235
legal no. 7273 published August 4 and 11,
2005 in Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper.


PUBLIC SALE
In accordance with the provisions of State
Law, there being due and unpaid charges for
which the undersigned is entitled to satisfy
an owner's lien of the goods hereinafter de-
scribed and stored at Uncle Bob's Self Stor-
age located at: Store #67, 918 Blanding
Blvd., Orange Park, FL 32065 (904) 272-
3705 and, due notice.having been given, to
the owner of said property and all parties
known to claim an interest 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 stated address
to the highest bidder or otherwise disposed
of on MONDAY, AUGUST 22, 2005 AT 1:00
P.M.
TARA SIMONS, household goods, furniture
boxes, tv's or stereo equip.
JAMIE TARBUSH, household goods,
boxes, appliances.
MICHAEL CRIST, household goods, boxes.
CHARLES O'ROURKE, 1973 2 door Ponti-
ac Firebird VIN# 2T87M3N137740
Auctioneer JERRY DUNCAN, Florida Li-
cense# AU527
legal no. 7274 published August 4 and 11,
2005 in Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, CIVIL DIVISION,
CASE NO: 2004-CA-394
BENEFICIAL FLORIDA INC.,
a Delaware corporation, Plaintiff
vs.
ETHELYNE- T.. MANLEY; UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF ETHELYNET. MANLEY; if any
and all unknown parties claiming by, through,
under and against the above named Defen-
dant who are unknown to be dead or alive
wrHirer :aid unknown are p-r_:,,r. r.,,r
devisees, grantees, or other claimants;
DAVID L. PENNELL; PATRICIA A. PEN-
NELL; TENANT I/UNKNOWN TENANT; and


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TENANT II/ UNKNOWN TENANT, in pos-
session of the subject real property, Defen-
dants.
AMENDED NOTICE OF SALE
'Notice is hereby given pursuant to the final
judgment/order entered in the above.noted
case, that I will sell the following property sit-
uated in Clay County, Florida, described as:
A PORTION OF THE WEST 1/2 OF THE
NE 1/4 OF THE SE 1/4 OF SECTION 19,
TOWNSHIP 4 SOUTH, RANGE 25 EAST,
CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA, BEING MORE
PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS FOL-
LOWS:
COMMENCE AT THE SE CORNER OF
SAID SECTION 19; THENCE ON THE
EAST LINE THEREOF, NORTH 00 40' 04"
WEST, 1371.92 FEET; THENCE SOUTH
89" 43' 13" WEST, 40.0 FEET TO THE IN-
TERSECTION OF THE WESTERLY RIGHT
'OF WAY LINE OF BRANNEN FIELD ROAD
WITH THE NORTHERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY
LINE OF TRAIL RIDGE ROAD (AS NOW
ESTABLISHED AS A 60 FOOT RIGHT-OF-
WAY); THENCE ON LAST SAID LINE,
SOUTH 89s 43' 13" WEST, 895.72 FEET;
THENCE NORTH 00- 39' 02" WEST, 261.64
FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING;
THENCE CONTINUE NORTH 00' 39' 02"
WEST, 392.60 FEET; THENCE NORTH 899
51' 45" EAST, 100.48 FEET; THENCE
SOUTH 039 45' 55" EAST, 392.28 FEET;
THENCE SOUTH 89Q 20' 58" WEST, 121.79
FEETTO THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
TOGETHER WITH: BUDDY MOBILE
-HOME; VIN NUMBER 04610355A1
04610355B1.
TOGETHER WITH AND SUBJECT TO
THAT PARTICULAR NON-EXCLUSIVE
PERPETUAL EASEMENT FOR INGRESS,
EGRESS, DRAINAGE AND UTILITIES, AC-
CORDING TO OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK
1529, PAGE 566 OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA.
at public sale, to the highest and best bid-
der for cash, at front door of the Clay Coun-
ty Courthouse, 825 N. Orange Avenue,
Green Cove Springs, Florida AT 10:00 A.M.
ON AUGUST 25. 2005. The highest bidder
shall immediately post with the Clerk, a de-
posit equal-to five percent (5%) of the final
bid. The deposit must be cash or cashier's
check payable to the Clerk of the Court. Final
payment must be made on or.before 5:00
p.m. on the date of the sale by cash or
Cashier's check.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Court,
by: Debra M. Beyerle, deputy clerk.
Gary I. Gassel, P.A.
2033 Main Street, Suite 301
Sarasota, Florida 34237
(941) 952-9322
legal no. 7275 published August 4 and 11,
2005 in Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper.


ADMINISTRATIVE COMPLAINT
TO: HERMAN L. ADAMS
CASE NO: CD2005-0484;CC2400394
An administrative complaint to revoke your
license has been filed against you. You have
the right to request a hearing pursuant to
Sections 120.569 and 120.57, Florida
Statutes, by mailing a request for same to
the Florida EL'eparirr, m i :,f Agriculture and
Consumer er..:ei, Di..,,:.n of Licensing,
Post Office Box 3168, Tallahassee, Florida
.32315-3168. If a request for hearing is not
received by 21 days from the date of the last
publication, the ,r,i.l 1:. r, ar. rg inr. T. aner
will be waived ana tr.. Dp .arnm.rrril ,1 d.i:
pose of this cause in accordance with law.
legal no 7276 published August 4, 11, 18
and 25,2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, CIVIL DIVISION,
CASE NO: 2005-675-CA
UCN:102005CA000675XXXXXX
U.S. BANK N.A. AS TRUSTEE FOR THE
UNION PLANTERS MORTGAGE LOAN
TRUST 2003-UP1, Plaintiff
vs.
HARVEY E. DULL, Defendants
NOTICE FACTION
-TO: ALLISON N. DULL
Last Known Address
5249 Louis Lane,
Middleburg, Florida 32068
and.
HARVEY E. DULL
Last known address
5249 Louis Lane,
Middleburg, Fl 32068.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to fore-
close a mortgage on the following described
property in Clay County,Florida:
LOT 19, A PARCEL OF LAND SITUATED
IN THE WEST 1688.30 FEET OF THE
NORTH 1/2 OF THE NORTH 1/2 OF THE
NORTHWEST 1/4 OF SECTION 30, TOWN-
SHIP 4 SOUTH, RANGE 24 EAST, CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, SAID PARCEL BEING
MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS
FOLLOWS: COMMENCE AT THE NORTH-
WEST CORNER OF SAID SECTION 30,
THENCE ON THE WEST LINE THEREOF
RUN SOUTH 00 DEGREES 12' 00" EAST
671.20 FEET TO THE SOUTH LINE OF.
THE NORTH 1/2 OF THE NORTH'1/2 OF
THE NORTHWEST 1/4 OF SECTION 30;
THENCE ON LAST SAID LINE RUN
NORTH 89 DEGREES 37' 02" EAST
.1298.48 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGIN-
NING; THENCE CONTINUE ON LAST SAID
LINE NORTH 89 DEGREES 37' 02" EAST
129.93 FEET; THENCE NORTH 00 DE-
GREES 12' 00" WEST 335.26 FEET;
THENCE SOUTH 89 DEGREES 37' 57"
WEST 129.93 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 00
- AGREES 12' 00" EAST 335.30 FEET TO
* THE POINT OF-BEGINNING.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, GENERAL JURISDIC-
TION DIVISION, CASE NO: 05-CA-398-DIV.
E
GMAC MORTGAGE CORPORATION,
Plaintiff
vs.
OSCAR O. MORENO, et al., Defendant(s)
NOTICEOF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
TO: ZAIDA V. MORENO whose residence is
5578 ORTEGA PARK BLVD.,
JACKSOVNILLE, FLORIDA 32244
and who is evading service of process and
the unknown defendants who may be spous-
es, heirs, devisees, grantees, assignees,
lienors, creditors, trustees, and all parties
claiming an interest by, through, under or
against the defendants) who are not known
to be dead or alive; and all parties having or
claiming to have any right, title or interest in
the property described in the mortgage being
foreclosed herein.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an ac-
tion to foreclose a mortgage on the following
property:
LOT 5, BLOCK 3, TANGLEWOOD VIL-
LAGE, UNIT EIGHT, ACCORDING TO PLAT
THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 18,
PA3E 2.A"D -4 OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS
OF CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA.
has been filed against you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your written de-
fenses, if any, on DAVID J. STERN, ESQ.;,
Plaintiff's attorney, whose address is 801 S:
University Drive, Suite 500, Plantation, FL
33324 no later than 30 days from the date of
the first publication of this Notice of Action,
and file the original with the Clerk of this
Court either before service on Plaintiff's at-
torney or immediately thereafter; otherwise
a default will be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the complaint or petition
filed herein.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of this
Court at Clay County, Florida this 28th day
of July, 2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Circuit
court, by: Debra M. Beyerle, deputy clerk.
THIS NOTICE SHALL BE PUBLISHED
ONCE A WEEK FOR-TWO CONSECUTIVE
WEEKS IN THE CLAY TODAY NEWSPA-
PER.
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERI-.
CANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT, persons
with disabilities needing a special accom-
modation should contact Court Administra-
tion, at the Clay County Courthouse at
904-630-2564, 1-800-955-8771 (TDD) or 1-
800-955-8770, via Florida Relay Service.
LAW OFFICES OF DAVID J. STERN, PA.
Attorney for Plaintiff
801 S. University Drive Suite 500
Plantation, FL 33324
05-40248(GMAP)
legal no. 7278 published August 4 and 11,
2005 in Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper.


TOGETHER WITH AND SUBJECT TO AN
EASEMENT FOR INGRESS AND EGRESS,
DRAINAGE AND UTILITIES AS RECORD-
ED IN OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK 684,
PAGE 501 AND OFFICIAL RECORDS
BOOK 847, PAGE 343, OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA.
TOGETHER WITH 1980 NEWHAM EN-
TERPRISES r.iOBILE F-OME LOCATED
THEREON, VIN NUMBEF 1141143-1 TITLE
NUMBER 17790424, RP NUMBER
12033283.
has been filed against you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your written de-
fenses, if any, to it on SMITH, HIATT & DIAZ,
P.A., Plaintiff's attorney's, whose address is
P.O. Box 11438 Fort Lauderdale, FL 33339-
1438, within 30 days from the first date of
.publication, and file the original with the
Clerk of this Court either before serve on
Plaintiff's attorneys'or immediately there-
after; otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded in the
complaint or petition.
Dated on July 28, 2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of,the Circuit
Court, by: Holly Hurlburt, deputy clerk.
In accordance with the Americans With
Disabilities Act of 1990, persons needing
special accommodation to paniipale r in I,
proceeding should contact the Clerk of the
Court not later than five business days prior
to the proceeding at the Clay County Court-
house. Telephone 904-269-6317, or 1-800-
955-8770 via F ord.a Reiav S:r. ;,:i
6029-28233
legal no. 7277 published August 4 and 11,
2005 in Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JU- entered in the above-captioned action, I will
DICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR CLAY sell the property situated in Clay County,
COUNTY, FLORIDA, CASE NO: 05-661-CA Florida, described as follows, to wit:
SUNTRUST MORTGAGE, INC., Plaintiff LOT 3, BLOCK. 115, HIGHRIDGE ES-
vs. STATES, ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR
RENE N. ROSARIO, et ux., et al., Defen- PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED IN PLAT
dants. BOOK 8, PAGES 38, 39,40, 41,42, 43 AND
NOTICE FACTION 44, PUBLIC RECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY,
TO: RENE N. ROSARIO if alive, and/or dead FLORIDA.
his (their)-unknown heirs, devisees, legatees TOGETHER WITH THAT CERTAIN 1996
or grantees and all persons or parties claim- 70 X 14 SCOTTSDALE MOBILE HOME,
ing by, through, under or against him (them). SERIAL NUMBER 27-61-0538-1.
Addresses unknown. at public sale, to the highest and best bid-
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an Action for der, for cash at the Clay County Courthouse,
Foreclosure of a mortgage on the following Green Cove Springs, Florida at 10:00 A.M.
properiv in Clay, County, Florida: ON THE 31ST DAY OF AUGUST. 2005.
LOT 14, BLOCK 6, BELLAIR, UNIT ONE, (SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Circuit
ACCORDItNG TO PLAT THEREOF AS Court, by: Amie Herrera, deputy clerk.
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 6, PAGE 26, Timothy D. Padgett
OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF CLAY. PENSION & PADGETT, P.A.
COUNTY, FLORIDA. 2810 Remington Green Circle
has been filed against you and'you are re- Tallahassee,-L'S2303 "
quired-to serve a copy of your written. -(850)561-8000 .


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Words on paper. They will always be the most powerful tools
human beings use to communicate. They place no limits on how
much we can say, and the furthest reaches of the imagination are
the only limits on what we can show. They have the power to
make complex ideas simple, and simple ideas powerful. We do
more than read them, we hold them. And, from the advertising we
see in publications to the letters we receive in the mail, the things
we hold in our hands have the quickest routes to our.hearts.


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defenses, if any, to it on SPEAR AND HOFF-
MAN, PA., attorneys, whose address is 708
South Dixie Highway, Coral Gables, Florida
33146,. (305) 666-2299, within 30 days after
the first publication of the notice, and to file
ine ,.:ri.-al wA.im the Clerkof this Court either
Beilre service on SPEAR AND HOFFMAN,
P.A., at:,:.rne-,. or im-mEliatei thi ereaftier

otherwise a cJlijll i l 1.e enterilcre a a.:-ir'I
-you fortrie reiiel ,emarinaa in iri CormplarI
or Petition.
WITNESS my hand and seal of this Court
on this 29th day of July, 2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Circuit
Court, by: Ann L. Garrison, deputy clerk.
legal no. 7281 published August 4 and 11,
2005 in Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, CASE NO: 05-679-CA'
E
DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST
COMPANY, AS TRUSTEE FOR LONG
BEACH MORTGAGE LOAN TRUST 2003-
4, Plaintiff
vs.
DIANA L. ANDERSON, et ux., et al., Defen-
dant(s) .
NOTICE FACTION
TO: DIANA L. ANDERSON and UNKNOWN
SPOUSE, if married if alive, and/or dead his
S(their) unknown heirs, devisees, legatees or
grantees and all persons or parties claiming
by, through, under or against him (them).
Addresses unknown..
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an Action for
foreclosure of a mrrn.iaa-, .:.nr the following
property in Clay County, Florida:
LOT 21, WALNUT CREEK AT EAGLE
HARBOR, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK
.28, PAGES 14 THROUGH 23, INCLUSIVE
OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
has been filed against you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your written de-
fenses, if any, to it on SPEAR AND
HOFFMAN, P.A., attorneys whose address
is 708 South Dixie Highway, Coral Gables,
Florida 33146 (305) 666-2299, within 30
days after the first publication of the notice,
and to file tri rc.,rnr.gmaal r, Ir.- Cierr ci r.,,
Court either before -r.,.:e orn SPEAR Ar D
HOFFMAN, P.A., .aluoriey- or rmmerieaily
thereafter; otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded in the
Complaint or Petition.
WITNESS my hand and seal of this Court'
on this 29 th day of July, 2005.
(SEAL).JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Court,
by: Debra Beyerle, deputy clerk.
legal no. 7282 published Augusl 1 and 11,
S2005 in Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper.


PUBLICNOTICE
A meeting of the Clay County Local Mitiga-
tion Strategy Task Force will take place at
9:00 a.m. on Thursday, August 25, 2005 at
the Clay County Public Safety Office, #1
Doctors Drive, Green Cove Springs, Florida.
All interested persons are invited to attend.
legal no. 7286 published August 18, 2005
in Clay County's Clay Today newspaper.


NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
On September 7 at 10:00 a.m., First Coast
Towing located at 2905 Blanding Blvd., Mid-
dieburg, FL 32068 will be auctioning off the
following vehicles for towing and storage
costs:
S1998 CHEVY
VIN# 1G1NE52MXWY163956
1989 CHEVY
VIN#1G11W14W5DY215936
1999 TOYOTA
VIN# 1NXBR12E7XZ188155
First Coast Towing, Inc.
(904) 282-7770
legal no. 7287 published August 11, 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: 05-CA-303-
'A
GREEN TREE SERVICING, LLC f/k/a
GREEN TREE FINANCIAL SERVICING
CORP., 1400 Turbine Drive, Rapid City, SD
57703, Plaintiff
vs.
GLADYS SCOTT, Defendant
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT, pur-
suant to Plaintiff's Final Judgment of Fore-
closure and Re-Establishment of Note


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legal no. 7290 published August 11 and
18, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHE FOURTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, CASE NUMBER:
DP2004-148, DIV. A
IN THE INTEREST OF:
A.S. (child's initial only)
A CHILD
SUMMONS AND NOTICE FACTION
BYPUBLICATION
TO: Trina Sotelo, Mother
101 Joey Drive Apt. 1402
Green Cove Springs, FL 32043
Miguel Sotelo, Father
Address unknown.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Pe-
tition has been filed in the above-styled
Court.by the FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF
CHILDREN AND FAMILIES for termination
of parental rights and permanent commit-
ment for subsequent adoption of the above
named child who was born on 9/1/04, at
Jacksonville, Florida. You are hereby com-
manded to appear before the Honorable
William A. Wilkes, at the Clay County Cour-
thouse, Courtroom 4, 825 N. Orange Av-
enue., Green Cove Springs, Florida at the
hour of 10:00 a.m. o'clock on September 14,
2005 A.D. You must appear at the hearing on
the date and time specified.
FAILURE TO PERSONALLY APPEAR AT
THIS ADVISORY HEARING CONSTI-
TUTES CONSENTTO THE TERMINATION
OF PARENTAL RIGHTS TO THIS CHILD. IF
YOU FAILTO APPEAR ON THE DATE AND
TIME SPECIFIED YOU MAY LOSE ALL
LEGAL RIGHTS TO THE CHILD NAMED IN
THE PETITION ATTACHED TO THIS NO-
TICE.
Individuals with disabilities needing a rea-
sonable accommodation to participate in this
proceeding should contact Margaret Jones,
as soon as possible, telephone-(904) 529-
4789; or if hearing impaired, 1-800-955-8771
(TDD); or 1-800-955-8770 (V) Florida Relay
Service.
WITNESS my hand as clerk of said Court
and the Seal thereof, this 1st day of August,
2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of said Court,
by: Jamie N. Phillips, deputy clerk.
Carol H. Yearwood, Esquire
Florida Bar No. 362247
ASSISTANT GENERAL COUNSEL-FLORI-
DA DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN AND
FAMILIES
1726 Kingsley Ave. Ste. 2
Orange Park, FL 32073
(904) 278-5644.
legal no. 7291 published August 11,18, 25
and September 1, 2005 in Clay County's
Clay Today newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, CASE NUMBER: DP
2004-128, DIV. A
IN THE INTEREST OF:
L.G.; M.H.; D.H. (Children's initials Only)
EACH A CHILD
SUMMONS AND NOTICE FACTION BY
PUBLICATION
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
TO: ANN THOUIN, MOTHER
WHEREABOUTS UNKNOWN
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Pe-
tition has been filed in the above-styled
Court by the FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF
CHILDREN AND FAMILIES for termination
of parental rights and permanent commit-
ment for subsequent adoption of the above
named children who were born on 12/16/99;
5/9/92; 6/18/94 respectively, at Clay County,
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 9:00 a.m. o'clock on
September 14, 2005 A.D. You must appear
at the hearing on the date and time specified.
FAILURE TO PERSONALLY APPEAR AT
THIS ADVISORY HEARING CONSTI-
TUTES CONSENTTO THE TERMINATION
OF PARENTAL RIGHTS TO THESE CHIL-
DREN. IF YOU FAIL TO APPEAR ON THE
DATE AND TIME SPECIFIED YOU MAY
LOSE ALL LEGAL RIGHTS TO THE CHIL-
DREN NAMED IN THE PETITION AT-
TACHED 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 1st day of August,
2005.


(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of said
Court, by: Jamie N. Phillips, deputy clerk.
Carol H. Yearwood, Esquire
Florida Bar No. 362247
ASSISTANT GENERAL COUNSEL
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN
AND FAMILIES
1726 Kingsley Ave., Ste. 2
Orange Park, FL 32073
(904) 278-5644
legal no. 7292 published August 11, 18, 25
and September 1, 2005 in Clay County's
Clay Today newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, CASE NUMBER: DP-
2004-157, DIV. A
IN THE INTEREST OF:
D.F.
A CHILD
SUMMONS AND NOTICE FACTION
BY PUBLICATION
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
TO: TRACY HULL, Father
Whereabouts Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Pe-
titon has been filed in the above-styled Court
by the FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF CHIL-
DREN AND FAMILIES for terminationb of
parental rights and permanent commitment
for subsequent adoption of the above named
child. D.F. who was born April 21, 2003. You
are hereby commanded to appear before the
Honorable Judge William Wilkes, at the Clay
County Courthouse, Juvenile Courtroom #4
on the third floor, 825 North Orange Avenue,
Green Cove Springs, Florida at the hour of
10:00 a.m. o'clock on September 7, 2005
A.D. You must appear at the hearing on the
date and time specified.
FAILURE TO PERSONALLY APPEAR AT
THE ARRAIGNMENT HEARING CONSTI-
TUTES CONSENT-TO THE TERMINATION
OF PARENTAL RIGHTS AND THAT YOUR.
CHILDREN MAY BE PERMANENTLY COM-
MITTED TO THE DEPARTMENT FOR SUB-
SEQUENT ADOPTION.
Individuals with disabilities needing a rea-
sonableaccommodation 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 5th day of August,
2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of said Court,
by: Mary Shannon, deputy clerk.
Carol H. Yearwood, Esquire
Florida Bar No. 362247
ATTORNEY FOR CWLS
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN
AND FAMILIES
1726.Kingsley Ave., Suite 2
Orange Park, Florida 32073
(904) 278-5644
legal no. 7294 published August 11,18,25
and September 1, 2005 in Clay County's
Clay Today newspaper.


NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned,
pursuant to.the "Fictitious Name Statutes,"
Chapter No. 9-267, Laws of Florida, Section
865.09, Florida Statutes, will register with the
Department of State, Division of Corpora-
tions, upon receipt of proof of publication' of
this notice, the fictitious name, to wit:
NAILS BY RAPHAELA
Under which I/we/am/are engaged in busi-
ness at:
793 BLENDING BLVD., SUITE D
ORANGE PARK, FL 32065
That the party/parties interested in said busi-
ness enterprise is/are as follows:
RAPHAELA O. CAMPBELL
LEGAL NO. 7295
Published August 11,2005 in Clay Coun-
ty's Clay Today newspaper.


PUBLIC SALE
On September 2, 2005 at 10:00 a.m. First
Coast Towing located at 2905 Blanding
Blvd., Middleburg, FL 32068 will be auction-
ing off the following vehicles for towing and
storage costs:
1984 SAAB
VIN# ys3at45s4e1035339
1985 MERCURY
VIN#1 mebp9239fh655248
1993 HONDA
VIN# 1hgej1153pl022071.
First Coast Towing, Inc.
(904) 282-7770
legal-no. 7296 published August 11, 2005
in Clay County's Clay Today newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH


JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND
SFOR CLAY COUNTY, CASE NO: 05-CA-633
DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST
COMPANY, AS. TRUSTEE OF
AMERIQUEST MORTGAGE SECURITIES,
INC., ASSET-BACKED PASS THROUGH
CERTIFICATES, SERIES 2004-R7, UNDER
THE POOLING AND SERVICING AGREE-
MENT DATED AS OF JULY 1, 2004, WITH-.
OUT RECOURSE, Plaintiff
vs.
JONATHAN D. MERZA/K/A JONATHON D.
MERZ, et al., Defendant.
NOTICE FACTION
TO: JONATHAN D. MERZ A/K/A
JONATHON D. MERZ and _-UN-.
KNOWN SPOUSE OF JONATHAN D.
MERZ A/K/A JONATHON D. MERZ,
Last known address: 268-B JEFFERSON
AVENUE, ORANGE PARK, FL. 32065
If alive, and if dead, all parties claiming in-
terest by, through, under or against
JONATHAN D. MERZ A/K/A JONATHON D.
MERZ and __ UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
JONATHAN D. MERZA/K/A JONATHON D.
MERZ, and all parties having or claiming to
have any right, title or interest in the proper-
ty described herein.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for
Foreclosure of Mortgage on the following de-
scribed property:

PARCEL A:
THAT PORTION OF LOTS 23 AND 24,
SECTION 21, RIDGEWOOD, ACCORDING
TO DEED BOOK "Q", PAGE 663, OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY,
FLORIDA, MORE PARTICULARLY DE-
SCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
COMMENCE AT A POINT WHERE THE
NORTHERLY BOUNDARY OF JEFFER-
SON AVENUE INTERSECTS THE EAST-
ERLY BOUNDARY OF GIFFORD AVENUE
(NOT OPENED), THENCE 400 FEET
SOUTH 45 00' EAST; THENCE NORTH 459
00' EAST 300 FEET TO THE POINT OF BE-
GINNING; THENCE SOUTH 45o 00' EAST
100 FEET; THENCE NORTH 45 00' EAST
100 FEET; THENCE NORTH 459 00' WEST
100 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 450 00' WEST
100 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
TOGETHER WITH AND SUBJECT TO A
NON EXCLUSIVE EASEMENT FOR
INGRESS, AND EGRESS OVER AND
ACROSS.THE WESTERLY 25 FEET OF
THE ABOVE DESCRIBED PROPERTY
AND EXTENDING SOUTHWESTERLY TO
JEFFERSON AVENUE, SAID EASEMENT
BEING MORE PARTICULARLY DE-,
SCRIBED IN MORTGAGE RECORDED. IN
OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK 262, PAGE
651, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
PARCEL B:
COMMENCE AT A POINT WHERE THE
NORTHERLY BOUNDARY OF JEFFER-
SON AVENUE INTERSECTS THE EAST-
ERLY BOUNDARY OF GIFFORD AVENUE
(NOT OPENED) THENCE 400 FEET
SOUTH, 459 00' EAST TO A POINT,
THENCE NORTH 450 00' EAST 200 FEET
TO THE PONT OF BEGINNING, THENCE
SOUTH 459 00' EAST 100 FEET THENCE
NORTH 459 00' EAST 100 FEET THENCE
NORTH 459 00' WEST 100 FEET, THENCE,
SOUTH 459 00' WEST 100 FEET TO THE
POINT OF BEGINNING.
TOGETHER WITH AND SUBJECT TO A
NON EXCLUSIVE EASEMENT FOR
INGRESS, AND EGRESS OVER AND
ACROSS THE WESTERLY 25-FEET OF
THE ABOVE DESCRIBED PROPERTY
AND EXTENDING SOUTHWESTERLY TO
JEFFERSON AVENUE, SAID EASEMENT
BEING. MORE PARTICULARLY DE-
SCRIBED IN MORTGAGE RECORDED IN
OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK 262, PAGE
651, OFTHE PUBLIC RECORDS OF CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
A/K/A 268-B JEFFERSON AVENUE
ORANGE PARK, FL. 32065
has been filed against you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your written de-
fenses, if any, to it, on Lisa M. Rogers,
Attorney for Plaintiff, whose address is 951
N.E. 167th Street, Suite 204, North Miami
Beach, FL. 33162 within 30 days after the
first publication of this notice, and file-the
original with the Clerk of this Court either be-
fore service on Plaintiff's attorney or imme-
diately thereafter; otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief demanded
in the complaint.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of this
Court this 2nd day of August, 2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Court,.
by Amie Herrera, deputy clerk.
In accordance with theAmericans With Dis-
abilities Act, persons needing a reasonable
accommodation to participate in this pro-
ceeding should no later than seven (7) days
prior, contact the Clerk of the Court's dis-
ability coordinator at 904-284-6349 825 N.
Orange Ave., Green Cove Springs, FL


SIf you would like to sell copies of

the Clay Today at your place of


business please call Leah Davis,

a Circulation Coordinator at

oda y the Clay Today Office,

264-3200 ext. 136.


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32043. If hearing impaired, contact (TDD) via
Florida Relay System.
Ben-Ezra & Katz, P.A.
951 N.E. 167th Street Suite 204
North Miami Beach, FL 33162
legal no. 7297 published August 11 and
18, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, GENERAL JURISDIC-
TION DIVISION, CASE NO: 10-2005-CA-
434
MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRA-
TION SYSTEMS, INC., Plaintiff
vs.
SUSIE A. GIBSON A/K/A SUSIE GIBSON
A/K/ASUSIEA. STAMPER A/K/A SUSIE AL-
FREDIA GIBSON, IF LIVING, AND IF DEAD,
THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE, HEIRS, DE-
VISEES, GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES,
LIENORS, CREDITORS, TRUSTEES AND
ALL OTHER PARTIES CLAIMING AN IN-
TEREST BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR
AGAINST SUSIE A. GIBSON A/K/A SUSIE
GIBSON A/K/A SUSIE A. STAMPER A/K/A-
SUSIE ALFREDIA GIBSON; UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF SUSIE A. GIBSON A/K/A
SUSIF GIBSON A/K/ASUSIE A. STAMPER
A/K/A SUSIE ALFREDIA GIBSON, IF ANY;
PHYLLIS S. COLEMAN AS PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE OF THE ESTATES OF
ROGER M. STAMPER A/K/A ROGER
STAMPER A/K/A ROGER MELVIN STAM-
PER; THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE, HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES,
LIENORS, CREDITORS, TRUSTEES AND
ALL OTHER PARTIES CLAIMING AN IN-
TEREST BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR
AGAINST THE ESTATE OF ROGER M.
STAMPER A/K/A ROGER STAMPER A/K/A
ROGER MELVIN STAMPER, DECEASED;
JOHN DOE AND JANE DOE AS UN-
KNOWN TENANTS IN POSSESSION, De-
fendant(s).
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a
Summary Final Judgment of Foreclosure
dated August 1, 2005 entered in.Civil Case
No. 10-2005-CA-434 of the Circuit Court of
the 4th Judicial Circuit in and for Clay Coun-
ty, Green Cove Springs, Florida, I will sell to
the highest and best bidder for cash at front
steps at the Clay County Courthouse locat-
ed at 825 North Orange Avenue, in Green
Cove Springs, Florida AT 10:00 A.M. ON
THE 30TH DAY OF AUGUST, 2005. the


CT AY TODAY T.RAT.S 904-264-3200 X130 FAX# 904-264-3285


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR
CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO: 10-2005-CA-443-A

WM SPECIALTY MORTGAGE, LLC
Plaintiff,
vs.
MELISSA ANDINO; DANIEL ANDINO; THE
OAKLEAF VILLAGE PROPERTY OWNERS
ASSOCIATION, INC.; MORTGAGE ELEC-
TRONIC REGISTRATION SYSTEMS, INC.,
AS NOMINEE FOR FREMONT INVEST-
MENT& LOAN, and any unknown heirs, de-
visees, grantees, creditors, and other
unknown 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
undersigned Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Clay County, Florida, will on the 2ND DAY
OF SEPTEMBER. 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 to the highest
and best bidder for cash, the following-de-
scribed property situate in Clay County, Flori-
da:
LOT 104, STONEBRIER at
OAKLEAF PLANTATION, according to plat
thereof, as recorded in Plat Book 40, Pages


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Section B-21

following described property as set forth in
said Summary Final Judgment, to wit:
LOT 8, BLOCK 8, HERITAGE HILLS, UNIT
ONE, ACCORDING TO PLAT THEREOF AS
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 14, PAGES 31,
32 AND 33, OF THE CURRENT PUBLIC
RECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Dated this 2nd day of August, 2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Circuit
Court, by: Ann L. Garrison, deputy clerk.
THE LAW OFFICES OF DAVID J. STERN,
PA.; ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF
801 S. University Drive Suite 500-
Plantation, FL 33324
(954) 233-8000
05-40649(LIT)
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICANS
WITH DISABILITIES ACT, persons with dis-
abilities needing a special accommodation
should contact Court Administration at the
Clay County Courthouse at 904-630-2564,
1-800-955-8771 (TDD) or 1-800-955-8770,
via Florida Relay Service.
legal no. 7298 published August 11 and
18, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.









Section B-22 CLAY TODAY LEGALS 904-264-3200 X130 FAX~ 904-264-3285 August 11, 2005


33 through 45, inclusive, of the Puolic
Records of Clay County, Florida.
pursuant to the Final Judgment entered in
a case pending in said Court, the style of
which is indicated above.
WITNESS my hand and official seal of said
Court this 2nd day of August, 2005.

In accordance with the Americans With Dis-
abilities Act, persons with disabilities need-
ing a special accommodation to participate
in this proceeding should contact Martha
Butler, Supervisor, Circuit Civil, 825 N. Or-
ange 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 COURT, by: Holly
Hurlburt, Deputy 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. 7299 published August 11.
and 18, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR
CLAY COUNTY FLORIDA .
CASE NO: 10-2005-CA-564-A
DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST
COMPANY, AS TRUSTEE OF
AMERIQUEST MORTGAGE SECURITIES
INC., ASSET BACKED PASS-THROUGH
CERTIFICATES, SERIES 2004-R3 UNDER
THE POOLING & SERVICING AGREE-
MENT DATEDAS OF APRIL 1, 2004, WITH-
OUT RECOURSE
Plaintiff,


V .
WILLIAM O'MALLEY; VANDERBILT MORT-
GAGE AND FlIJAIrNCE INC and any un-
known heirs. devisees grarntees cred;iors.
and other jnkrown pcersors or unknown
spouses claiming by, rr.rougn and under ari
of the above-named Delendanrs,
Defendants. .

NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE is rErerey g.ver, iril nhe
urdersiqned Clerk of ine Circuil Court or
Clay Counr/ Florida. will on the 2nd DAY
OF SEPTEMBER 2005. at 10:00 o clock
A.M ai men Frori siep5 ol Ihe Clay Courily
Counrouse in Green Co.e Springs, otler or
sale and sell at public oucru C 10 rne r.ignes
and best'bidder for cash, ihe lollowng-de-
scribed property situate in Clay Counry Flor,-
da:
SLOT 22- (Deer Park Estates), an
unrecorded subdivision in.Clay County, Flori-
da.


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SR 16 (US 17/SR 15 Intersection East to Reynolds Blvd.)

Green Cove Sprincs, Clay County, Florida
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The Florida:Department of Transportation invites you to attend a public hearing to discuss proposed
transportation improvements to SR 16 from the US 17!SR 15 intersection east to Reynolds Boulevard in
Green Cove Springs. Clay County. Florida. This heanng will beheld Thursday, September 1,2005, in the
City Hall Council Chambers, Green Cove Springs, Florida.

The hearing will begin at 7:00 p m. with a presentation by the Department followed by a public comment
period. However, for your convenience, beginning at 5:00 p.m.. Department personnel with maps,
drawings, and other pertinent information will be available to discuss the proposed improvements and
answerquestions. Also. as of August 11,2005, maps, drawings, and other information will be available for
inspection and review during normal business hours at the Clay County Public Library, 403 Ferris Street,
Green Cove Springs, Florida.

The proposed improvements will provide two new travel lanes to the existing two travel lanes which-will
connect to the existing four lane section at Reynolds Industrial Park, also improvements at the US 17 and
SR 16 intersection will be provided, including adding a second left turn lane for southbound traffic on US 17
and a left turn lane for Cook Lane. The Cook Lane approach will require a minimal amount of additional
rightofway.

This hearing is being conducted to afford interested persons the opportunity to express their views
concerning the location, conceptual design, and social, economic and environmental effects of the
proposed improvements. Those who wish to submit written statements may do so at the hearing or mail
them to the address belowno later than October 1,2005. All comments received by October 1, 2005, will
become part of the public-hearing record.

All residents, property owners, and interested persons or groups are encouraged to come and participate.
Public participation is solicited without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, disability or
familial status. This project is being developed in compliance with TiUes VI and VIII of the Civil Rights Act.
This hearing will be held in compliance with Chapter 339, F.S., Chapter 120, F.S., CFR 71, and 23 USC
128. The project has been evaluated in accordance with the provision of Federal Executive Order 11990
"Protection of Wetlands" and Federal Executive Order 11988 Floodplain Management", and this
involvement will be discussed at the hearing. Anyone needing project or public hearing information or
special accommodations underthe Americanswith Disabilities Act of 1990, should write to the address or
call the telephone number given below. Special accommodation requests under the Americans with
DisabilitiesAct should be madeatleast seven (7) days prior to the public hearing

Your attendance at this public hearing is encouraged any coirments made are appreciated. If you
have any questionsor comments please contact:

Mr, David Anderson;.RE., Project Manager: Florida Department of Transportation
S1109 S, Marion Avenue, Mail Station 2007; Lake CityFL 32025-5787 -
(386) 961-7709 or (800) 749-2967; Fax: (386) 961- 7508; Email: david,anderson@dot.state.fl.us

FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION


A.ponion ol Secion r18. Tronsnrip 5 Souir,
Range 2-4 Eas Clay Cournv Florida and
being more panicularl/ described as lolloiw
Commence at the Northwest corner of said
Secion 18 irence Sourn 00 25 39 East
Sand or, mn Wels Iir.e or Secihon 18 a d.s-
lance ot 10887 leel. r1 a poini orn ihe
Soulrerly rign.i-of-way line las now csial-
Insnedil o a road kn.,own as Carter Spencer
Road. inence Nronh 88' 46 24 Easl and on
said Sournerly rigr-ol.lway line or Carter
Spencer Road. 1361 51 leer inence IN-onn
58 12' 39 East and on ine Sou.lheaslerly
. rgnl-.o.wav line or Caner Spencer Road las
now establishedO a distance or 303.22 feel
to a point in the centerline of Deer Park
Boule.aid a 50 lool wide easement lor
ingress and egress drainage and uiiiiies
and f':r Cla, Eleclric Co-op Inc power lines,
as recorded in Orticral Records 762 Page
583. of ine Public Records o1 said Clay
County Florda: i;nce ouin 31: -17'21"
East, along said Cenierliine Deer Park
Boulevard being a 50 icol easemenl as ce-
scrioed abore 672 80 leet lo ihe po;ir ol
curve O1 mIe rigri said curve oeing concave
. Jonr-rtweierly and na.'in.g radius ofi 150.0
reel hence Soulrweserilv and around said
.ur'.e and on ire cenaerrine oi Deer Park.
BBOuli,.ard and an arc diSance 01 125 43
1eel. and a ceriral angle or 47: 54 37 said
arc being subtended by a chord bearing, and
distance of South 07 50'.02" 212.13 feet to
irn POINT OF BEGINNIrIG Said poinl being
on said curve concave Ilorinhweslerly
trence SoulhwesiEriy along and around said
curve and on said cernierlire io Deer Park
Boulevard an arc distance oI 103 i14- lee
arid a central angle ol 08 23' 47 said arc
being sublended by a chord bearing, and
distance oi Soutn 35 49' 11" West, 101:12
leer, hence South 50 19' 12" East, 699.54.
leel to Ine cenierlirie .:, a 50f tool wnde ease-
ment for'drainage and ullilies as recorded in
Onrcial Records Book 700. Page 151 or sad
Public Records oi Clay County. Florida,
ir,en,:e Jonr, Or 0:5 39 Weis and on last
said centerllre of a 50( 0 loor wide easemreni.
450 00 lret Inerice Haonn 80 36 50 Eas1.
482 31) leer to Inr POINrT OF BEGINNING.
TOGETHER WITH a 1998 MERIT Dou-
blewide'MobiJe Home ID# L2Bl3981955A.
and L2B139&955B
puisuant to irne Frnal Judgment erereid inr
a case pending in said Coun ir.te siie or
.which is irdica-iedabove
WITNrESS my rand and 'nrtiiail Ieal of saod
Coun inls 2nd da' io Augutl 2005
In accordance wmin Ine Aierncai',S Wiin
DisabiiilIes Act persons ,win disabiilieis
needing a .sp-ai a:comiTmodarorn o panic-
ipale in irhs proceeding should contact
,lanra Burier Supervisor, Circuit.Civil, 825
fl Orange Avenue Green Cove Springs
- Florida. leiprone- 1904 269-6349. rol laer
ir, ar, even 17) Jays prop r io ire proceed Lrig.
SI hearing impaired, (TDD) 1-800-955-8771,
or Voice (V) 1-800-955-8770, via Florida
SRelay Service.

(SEAL) James B. Jett, CLERK OF THECIR-
CUlT COURT Holly Hurlourt. Deputy Clerk.

ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF
Nalalie Curls
Butler & Hoscn. P.A.
3185 S Conway Rd Slc E
Orlando. Florida 32812
14071 381-5200
legal no. 7300 published August 11 and
18. 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


IN.THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JlU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT'IN AND FOR CLAY.
COurT'i', FLORIDA, CIVIL DIVISION,
CASE NO 200)5CA-469 DIV. A
MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRA-
TIOrJ SiSTEMS INJC AS NOMINEE FOR
c COUNTRYWIDE HOrlE LOANS, INC.,
Plaintiff

OLADUIIJIJ SOREM.EKUN,I et al, Defen-
dants.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE.IS HEREBY-GIVEN pursuant-to a
Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated the 1st
day of August, 2005, and entered in Case
No. 2005-CA-469 DIV A,of the Circuit Court
of the 4th, Judicial Circuit in and for Clay
-County, Florida, wherein MORTGAGE
ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION SYSTEMS,
INC. AS NOMINEE FOR COUNTRYWIDE
HOME LOANS, INC. is the .Plaintiff and
OLADUNNI SOREMEKUN; COUNTRY-
WIDE HOME LOANS, INC.; UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF OLADUNNI SOEMEKUN;
JOHN DOE; JANE DOE AS UNKNOWN
TENANTS) IN POSSESSION OF THE
SUBJECT PROPERTY are defendants. I will
sell to the highest and best bidder for cash
at the front steps of the Clay county Court-
house at the Clay County Courthouse in
Green Cove Springs, Florida 10:00 A.M. ON
THE 31ST DAY OF AUGUST. 2005 the fol-
lowing described property as set forth in said
Final Judgment, to wit:
LOT 24, WORTHINGTON OAKS AT OAK-
LEAF PLANTATION, AS PER PLATTHERE-
OF, RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 39 AT
.PAGES 52 THROUGH 60, OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA.
In accordance with the Americans with Dis-
abilities Act of 1990 (ADA)disabled persons
who, because of their disabilities need, spe-
cial accommodation to participate in this pro-
ceeding should contact the ADA.Coordinator
at 825 N. Orange Avenue, Green Cove
Springs, FL 32043 or Telephone Voice/TDD
(904) 630-2564 not later than five business
days prior to subh proceeding.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Circuit-
Court, by: Amie Herrera, deputy clerk.
law office of Marshall C. Watson


1800 1 W/ -I49n Sired. Su.rei 1,20
For Lauderdale Flirida 33309
1954i 453C03165
05-02643
legal no. 7301 published August 11 and
18. 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FORUTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT III AND FOR CLAY
COUrTY. FLORIDA CASE NO 2005-CA.
773-DiV. E
SUNSEEKER INVESTMrENTS IljC.. a Flori-
da corporation. Plaintr
vs.
SE. DUANE SHARP, who is not known to be
dead or alive hs. urknowrn i spouses heirs.
devisees granules. as.,grees., lenor credl-
itor. Iruslees and all diner cla.manis claim.
ing v'. ihrougri under ,.rr against nim and
Ine several and respecihe unknown as-
signsr successorsin eirereil Irusi5;es or any
otner legal person, claiming by through,
under or against E Duane Sharp. and all
claimanis persons or panies. rnaural or cor-
porate. or whco.s exa':T legal slaius Is un-
knorwn clamoring under ire above named or
described delerdani.s ,I parties or clearing
lo nave any right iile. or inieresi in and Io
Ihe lands riereinaner ,decroDed. Delenidanil
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO E DUANIE SHARP
wno s nor khncr.n to D dead or ar.ie ris urn-
knrion spouses rieirs devisees granlee.:
assignees I.enors credilors. irusiee& arid
all other claimanis claiming C,. through.
Sunder or against rum, and ine several and
respetive unknown asiigns Succesidrs ir
inierEsi Irusiees. cr any oirer legaal person
claiming Dv Inrougr under or against E
Duane Srarp and all claimants, persons, or
panes., rnaural or corporate, or rose exaci
legal status is unknown claiming under rie
Sabo.e named or descrineed deienranis or
panies or clamrnng 1o have any right iile, or
iileress in and 10 ire lands rnereirianer de-
scribed;
YOU ARE IIOTIFIED thal an aciron 1o quiet
bile to in following prperryi r, Clay C.:.jnry
LOT 3 BLOCK 95 HIGHRIDGE ESTATES.
AS RECORDED IN THE OFFICIAL
RECORDS BOOK 423 PAGE 225 OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY,
FLORIDA AtND ALSO DESCRIBED AS
PARCEL riO 21-08-23-004 19 7-00i-C'0.
MORE COMI.lOIL'Y' KIjOWl AS 7177
WHEATON STREET, KE /STOIE
HEIGHTS. FLORIDA
Shas Deen Iiled aga.nsi you and 'rou are re-
quired 10 er'.s v a c op' or your wrlrlen oe-
lenses ,i any. Io iI on JAMES E KALLAHER.
ESO Planlrif s anr:rnreyi. rice address ,
PO Box 8720. Fleming Island Florida
32Ci0i3. on or belore O.cilOO'r 3rd, 2C05. and
,lt nl e original Wrln Ine Cleri" or irs Coun ei-
iner before service on Plaimi s aanorne ..r
immnediaiel'y hereaher, oir.erase a delault
will be entered against you for Ihe relief de-
'manded in the Complaint or Petition.
Dated ihis 81h day of August 2005
(SEAL) JAMES B JETT. Cler of the Courn
t.y Brenda Bennett. deputy clerK
legal no. 7304 published August 11,18,25
and September 1, 2005 in Clay County's
Clay Today newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND
FOR CLAY COUNTY, GENERAL JURIS-
DICTION DIVISION, CASE NO: 2005-CA-
488-DIV. A
CHASE HOME FINANCE, LLC SUCCES-
SOR BY MERGER TO CHASE MANHAT-
TAN MORTGAGE -CORPORATION,
SUCCESSOR BY MERGER WITH CHASE
MORTGAGE COMPANY-WEST F/K/A MEL-
LON MORTGAGE COMPANY, Plaintiff
vs.
HOWARD MARTIN] CCFFE'r', et al,.Defen-
dant(s): -
SNOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a
Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated August
9, 2005.and entered in Case No. 2005-CA-
488 Div. A ,o ine C rcui Court of the Fourth
Judicial Cir,:ui in and lor Clay county, Flori-
da wherein CHASE HOME FINANCE LLC
SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO CHASE
MANHATTAN. MORTGAGE CORPORA-
TION, SUCCESSOR BY MERGER WITH
CHASE MORTGAGE COMPANY-WEST
F/K/A MELLON MORTGAGE COMPANY is
Plaintiff and HOWARD MARTIN COFFEY, et
al, are Defendants, I will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash outside the Court-
house in Green Cove Springs, Clay County,
Florida AT 10:00 A.M. ON THE 29TH DAY
OF SEPTEMBER. 2005. the following de-
scribed property as set forth in said Final
Judgment, to wit:
LOT 22, BRECKENRIDGE, UNIT 2, AC-
CORDING TO PLAT THEREOF RECORD-
ED IN PLAT BOOK 26, PAGES 29 AND 30,
OF-THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA; A/K/A 1910 BRECK-
ENRIDGE BOULEVARD, MIDDLEBURG,
FLORIDA 32068..
Dated this 9th day of August, 2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of said Court,
-by: Diane Pierce, deputy clerk.
FABER & GITLITZ, P.A.
9830 S.W: 77th Avenue
Second Floor
Miami, Florida 33156
(305) 662-4110
legal no. 7305 published August 11 and
18, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned,
pursuant to the "Fictitious Name Statutes,"


CLAY. TODAY LEGALS .904-264-3200 X130 FAXv 904-264-3285


August 11, 2005


Section B-22






- rT AV TODAY T.F AT.S 904-264-3200 X130 FAX# 904-264-3285


tLLgUW 11, L. LVVIJJ u


Section B-23


Chapter No. 9-267, Laws of Florida, Section
865.09, Florida Statutes, will register with the
Department of State, Division of Corpora-
tions, upon receipt of proof of publication of
this notice, the fictitious name, to wit:
FANCY FLIGHTS AVIARY
Under which I/we/am/are engaged in busi-
ness at:
1936 OLD TRAIL ROAD
MIDDLEBURG, FL. 32068
That the party/parties interested in said busi-
ness enterprise is/are as follows:
RONALD AND MARY HOHN
LEGAL NO. 7306
Published August 11, 2005 in Clay Coun-
ty's Clay Today newspaper.


PUBLIC NOTICE
The Trustees of the LAMSBD will meet at
7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, August 17, 2005
at the LA Community Bldg. Agenda will in-
clude Final reading of 2005-6 Proposed Bud-
get, proposal of services from Bueme
Engineering, Grass Carp, Financing of Loan
and report from Universal Science Engi-
neering.
legal no. 7307 published August 11,2005
in Clay County's Clay Today newspaper.


THE ST. JOHNS RIVER WATER
MANAGEMENTDISTRICT HAS
RECEIVED THE COMPLIANCE
REPORTS) FOR CONSUMPTIVE
USE PERMITS) FROM:

TOWN OF ORANGE PARK, 2042 Park
Ave., Orange Park, FL 32073, application
#453. The District issued a permit in April
2000 for the use of 285.430 million gallons
per year of water for household use, 261.705


million gallons per year of water for com-
mercial/industrial use, 40.150 million gallons
per year of water for unaccounted for water
use, 13.140 million gallons for water utility-
use, 0.73 million gallons per year for irriga-
tion and12.384 million gallons per day of
water for essential use (fire protection). The
withdrawals used by this project will consist
of ground water from the Floridan Aquifer via
4 active wells in Clay County, located in Sec-
tions: 41, 49; Township: 4 South; Range: 26
East known as Town of Orange Park.
The file(s) containing each of the above-
listed applications) are available for inspec-
tion Monday through Friday except for legal
holidays, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the St.
Johns River Water Management District
Headquarters or the appropriate service cen-
ter. Written objections to the application may
be made, but should be filed with (received
by) the District Clerk, 4049 Reid St., Palatka,
Florida 32177-1429, no later than 14 days
from the date of publication. Written objec-
tions should identify the objector by name
and address, and fully describe the objection
to the application. Filing a written objection
does not entitle you to a Chapter 120, Flori-
da Statutes, Administrative Hearing. Only
those persons whose substantial interests
are affected by the application and who file
a petition meeting the requirements of Sec-
tions 120.596 and 120.57, Florida Statutes,
and Chapter 28-106, Florida Administrative
Code, may obtain an administrative hearing.
All timely filed written objections will be pre-
sented to the Board for consideration in its
deliberations on application prior to the
Board taking action on the application.
,Gloria Lewis, Director,
Division of Permit Data Services.
St. Johns River Water Management District.
legal no. 7308 published August 11, 2005


PUBLIC NOTICE
Please be advised that an organizational meeting of the 2005 Value Adjustment
Board of Clay County will be held on Tuesday, August 23, 2005 at 1:00 p.m., in the
Meeting Room of the Clay County Board of County Commissioners on the 4th floor
of the Clay County Administration Building, 477- Houston Street, Green Cove
Springs, Florida. This meeting is open to the public and all interested persons are
invited to attend.

Value Adjustment Board
Clay County, Florida
by: Its Chairman

legal no. 7285 published August 11, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper.



PUBLIC LEGAL NOTICE

As a resull o increases in popuiai;,n. ihe St3le Of Florida, Department of Business
and Proilecacral Regularlon Divson or Alconol.c Beverages and To:jacco, will be
accepllng applicsilons ori ncluson n nr e drawirg or newi quo-ta hquor i-cernes in the
lollowng local counties and amounts:
Clay- 1.
Duval -3
Flagler- 1
St. Johns- 1

For a complete list of the counties where licenses will be available contact.any
Division of Alcoholic Beverages and Tobacco office.
Applications will be accepted beginning AUGUST 15, 2005 and continuing through
NOVEMBER 12, 2005.. All interested persons should make inquiry by contacting the
BUREAU OF LICENSING of the Division of Alcoholic Beverages and Tobacco at:
7960 Arlington Expressway, Suite 600, Jacksonville, Fla. 32211
Legal no. 7289 published August 11 and 18, 2005 in Clay'County's
Clay Today newspaper.


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

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Magnolia West Community Development District
(the 3District) intends to use the uniform method of collecting non-ad valorem assess-
ments to be levied by the District, pursuant to Section 197.3632, Florida Statutes.' The
Board of Supervisors of the District will conduct a public hearing on September 7, 2005,
at 3:00 p.m. at the Orange Park Inn, St. John's Room, 150 Park Avenue, Orange Park,
Florida.

The purpose of the public hearing is to considerthe adoption of a resolution authorizing
the District to use the uniform method of collecting non-ad valorem assessments to be
levied by the District, pursuant to Section 197.3632, Florida Statutes.

The District may levy non-ad valorem assessments for-the purposes) of constructing,
acquiring, making,,maintaining, operating, and equipping infrastructure improvements to
serve the District including, but not limited to, drainage facilities, transportation improve-
ments, water and sewer facilities, and recreation improvements and facilities,-and any
other lawful projects or services of the District.

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

The public hearing may be continued to a date, time, and place to be specified on the
record at the hearing. If any person decides to appeal any decision made with respect
to any matter considered at this public hearing such person will need a record of pro-
ceedings, and for such purpose such person may need to ensure that a verbatim record
of the proceedings is made at their own expense and that such record includes the tes-
timony and evidence on which the appeal is based.

One or more Supervisors'may participate in the public hearing by telephone.
At the above location there will be present a speaker telephone so that any interested
party can attend the public hearing at the above location and be fully informed of the dis-
cussions taking place either in person or by speaker telephone device.

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

Severn Trent Services
Management Company
legal no; 7271 published August 4, 11, 18 and 25, 2005 in Clay County's
Clay Today newspaper.
-


In Clay County's Clay Today newspaper.


PUBLIC SALE
The following vehicles will be sold at public
auction for towing and storage costs:
1993 PONTIAC
1G2NE54N2PC733898
1995 OLDSMOBILE
1G3NL55M8SM305425
the auction will be held on August 26, 2005
at 10:00 a.m. at 2909 Blanding Blvd., Mid-
dleburg, FL. Vehicles may be viewed at this
location.
Scott's Affordable Towing
(904) 276-5597..
legal no. 7309 published August 11, 2005
in Clay County's Clay Today newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, CIVIL DIVISION,
CASE NO: 102005CA000426XXXXXX
U.S. BANK, N.A., AS TRUSTEE FOR MAST
ASSET-BACKED SECURITIES TRUST
2002-NC1 MORTGAGE PASS-THROUGH
CERTIFICATES, Plaintiff
vs.
FLORA LEE GORDON,,et al, Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to an
Order or Summary Final Judgment of Fore-
closure dated August 8, 2005, and entered in
Case No. 102005CA000426XXXXXX of the
Circuit Court in and for Clay county, Florida,
wherein U.S. Bank, N.A., as Trustee for
MASTR Asset-Backed Securities Trust 2002-
NC1 Mortgage No. 2; and ALL UNKNOWN
PARTIES CLAIMING INTERESTS BY,
THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST A
NAMED DEFENDANT TO THIS ACTION,
OR HAVING OR CLAIMING TO HAVE ANY
RIGHT, TITLE OR INTEREST IN THE
PROPERTY HEREIN DESCRIBED, are de-
fendants, I will'sell to the highest and best bid-
der for cash at the front steps of the Clay
County Courthouse, 825 North Orange Av-
enue, Green Cove Springs, Florida 32043 at
Clay County, Florida AT 10:00 A.M. ON THE
29TH DAY OF SEPTEMBER. 2005, the fol-
lowing described property as set forth in said
Other or Final Judgment, to-wit:
LOT 1 AND 2 OF BLOCK 24 NORTH SUB-
URBS, IN THE CITY OF.GREEN COVE
SPRINGS, FLORIDA, ACCORDING TO
THE PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 2, PAGE 1 OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA.,
If you area person with a disability who
needs any accommodation in order to par-
ticipate in this proceeding, you are entitled,


NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS WITHIN THE
CROSSINGS AT FLEMING ISLAND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT
LEVY OF NON-AD VALOREM (SPECIAL) ASSESSMENTS

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that The Crossings at Fleming Island Community Development District (District)
will continue using the uniform method for the levy, collection, and enforcement of non-ad valorem assessments
to collect (i) operations and rraintenance. special assessments and (ii) debt service' special assessments. The
property subject to non-ad valorem assessments is the entire District, as depicted in the map at the end of this
notice. The purpose of the debt special assessrpent is to amortize the cost of constructing (repay bonds that
financed) the District's capital facilities. The purpose of the operations and maintenance special assessment is to
maintain and preserve the facilities and projects of the District. For fiscal year 2005-2006, the District has
established an O&M special assessment of $396 for each ResidentiaFl'enefit Unit.
The. District has also established the assessments to be levied in the next three fiscal years. The District
will levy the following assessments, and collect.corresponding revenue, in future years unless changed by action
of the District:


Fiscal Year
2005-2006
2006-2007
2007-2008


O&M Special
Assessment (per
Residential Benefit Unit)
$396
$420
$444


O&M Special
Assessment (per
Apartment Benefit Unit)
S$293
$311
$329


O&M Special
Assessments (per
Commercial Benefit Unit)
$3,366
S $3,570
$3,774-


These are the amounts that will appear on the "non-ad valorem" portion of the 2005 tax bill and future
bills unless changed by the District. The District's O&M special assessment and debt service special assessment
will be levied and collected in the same manner as ad valorem taxes by the Clay County Tax Collector. Failure to
pay any assessment when due will result in the sale of a taxpertificate against the affected property and may
subject the property owner to loss of title to the property.

PLEASE NOTE: DISTRICT "NON-AD VALOREM" ASSESSMENTS ARE NOT
NEW AND HAVE APPEARED ON THE TAX BILL IN PRIOR YEARS.

All affected propertyy owners have the right to appear and be heard at a public hearing before the District
Board, and have the right to file written objections with the District Manager within twenty (20) days of the date of
publication of'this Notice. You mray direct inquiries to (866) 347-1897 weekdays between 8:30 a.m. and 5:00
p.m. Written objections should be filed with the District Mariager, c/o Government Services Group, Inc., 280
Wekiva Springs, Road, Protegrity Plaza, Ste. 203, Longwood,.Florida 32779, Attention: District Manager.
The public hearing will be held on Thursday, September 1, 2005, at 6:00 p.m. at the Eagle Harbor Golf
Club, 2217 Eagle Harbor Parkway, Orange Park, FL. At the hearing, the District Board will consider comments
and objections to the special assessments, and will approve the assessment rolls as final. Upon the filing of such
assessment roll with the Clay County Tax Collector, the assessments shall stand as legal, valid, and binding liens,
co-equal with the lien of all state, county, district, and municipal taxes, superior in dignity to all other liens, titles,
and claims, until.paid.


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assistance. Please contact the Court at 904
284-6363, fx 904-284-6340 wirhn Ir.'o I
working days of your receipt of this Notice;
you are hearing or voice impaired, call Flori
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P.O. Box 11438 ,
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trator headquartered in Jack-
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call center in Orange Park. The fa-
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September 1, 2005. A staff of 320
will handle Medicare questions in-
cluding inquiries related to the roll-
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the initial staff, the potential exists
to add upwards of 125 more Cus-
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the future.
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Fleming Island High School.
SThis annual event is a chance for
the Chamber and business commu-
nity to welcome and thank the new
teachers for choosing Clay County.
More than 200 new teachers and
business partners enjoyed delicious
pastries, muffins, bagels and fruit.
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canvas bag filled with items and
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of 2003 and joined the Business
Education Partnership committee
in April of 2004. She immediately
jumped in and agreed to chair the
sub-committee that was tasked
with reviewing and assessing the
Work Keys Program. The purpose
of this program is to identify the
skills needed for success in specif-
ic jobs and to measure the stu-
dent's skills. Donna and other
volunteers spent numerous hours
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(located at 2015 CR 220 across from Whitey's Fish Camp)
5:00 7:00 p.m.
Complimentary hors d'eouvres, cash bar, networking & door prizes
Chamber Bucks will be $200
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August 20, 2005
Clay County Fairgrounds
8:00 -5:00 p.m.
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August 25, 2005
Chick-fil-A at 1925 Wells Road
5:00 -8:00p.m.
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September 10, 2005
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For more information, contact Lois Shaw at 276-9707


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Monthly Message from the Chamber President


What does the Chamber of Commerce do?

Here's an answer to that question.


During the last
three years, the
Chamber's' Gov-
ernment Affairs
Committee has -
been advocating .
for funding for the '
Outer Beltway.
Members from the ellielo Kilherg
Chamber have been
going to Tallahassee as well as
Washington DC-to inform our elect-
ed officials on the importance of the
outer beltway. In fact, Government
Affairs Chairwoman Marge Hutton,
Jacksonville Orthopaedic Institute,
kept us moving with 22 appoint-
ments in the day and a half during
our last trip to Washington DC. The
work paid off with the announce-
ment of the new Federal Highway
bill. Clay County will receive $4 mil-
lion for the preliminary, steps to
start the Outer Beltway project,
which links 1-95 to I-10 through Clay
County to St Johns County. We still
have a long way to go before we will
see the Outer Belt-way: however, we
now have a line-item in the federal
budget. Way to go team!
Recently the Business and Edu-
cation Partnership Committee held
a welcome breakfast for new teach-
ers to Clay County. The teachers re-
ceived tote bags stuffed with
goodiesfroni our members and I
do mean stuffed. We could barely
close the bags. Thanks to Sue
Gaffney, Sylvan Learning Center,
for her leadership for a wonderful
event. Now that school is back in
session, don't forget to check out
Sthe Teachers' Resource link on our
web site at http://wwiw.claychanm-
ber.com. Visit the site often to as-
sist our teachers with the resources
needed to teach our children.
These are just a couple of pro-
grams the Chamber has been work-
ing on in the last few months. So
what does the Chamber do? You
probably have heard that question
asked at one time or another and
you may have wondered about it
yowuself. It is a legitimate question.
- A lot of-people, including many to
whom the Chamber is very impor-
tant, have no real concept of exact-
ly what a Chamber of Commerce is,
how it works, or what it is for. There
are, in fact, a lot of misconceptions
about the Chamber. For example,
there are those who believe that, the
Chamber gathers statistics, prints
nice brochures, answers inquiries
arid advertises what a great place


we have to live, work and enjoy the
good life. They are right, up to a
point. We do all these things, and
proudly so. All ofthesejobs are im-
portant. But they are not why the
Chamber is here. They are fringe
benefits of the Chamber, the things
we do as a matter lof routine be-
cause they need doing and we are
good at them. The primary func-
tions of the Chamber, though. go far
deeper than those niceties.
The Chamber of Commerce is a
catalyst ...a common vehicle
through which the enlightened mu-
tual interests of all segments of the
business community work together
for the common good of the total
community. A better community
means better business and we are
working for a better community for,
everyone here. That's why we do
what we do. Which brings us back
to that original question, what do
we do? There is, in the final analy-
sis, one reason for the Chamber of
Commerce to exist and that is to do
whatever is necessary to keep this
area's economic condition such that
people will be willing to risk their re-
sources here in the hope of making
a profit. Everything else is either a
means to an end, or just the frosting
on the cake.
In any community, it is from the
profitable operation of business
that. all other benefits are derived.
Only by succeeding in this funda-
mental goal can we provide the jobs
and produce the wealth to finance
all of the governmental, civic, cul-
tural and charitable needs that our
community is faced with everyday.
We do a lot of di\veise things to ac-
complish that primary goal.
The offices of the Clay County
Chamber of Commerce are located
on Kingsley Avenue in Orange
Park. There. the Chamber staff
executes and administers all
Chamber programs and activities
in conjunction with various com-
mittees comprised of Chamber
Board Members and other volun-
teers. The Board is the policy-
making or legislative arm of the
Chamber.
The Board and the three Advi-
sory3 Boards are comprised of local
business leaders who volunteer
their time and energies to make
sure that the many and varied pro-
grams of the Chamber are carried
out. You notice it is said that they
are volunteers. At this time we
should clear up one very common


misconception. and tlhatis that
public money supports the Chain-
ber office financially. We do have a
contract with the county to pro-
vide a Tourism program. The pro-
gram is provided though the
collections of what is called the
bed-tax. Visitors to Clay County
pay the tax when they stay in one
of our hotels or rent for less than
six months.:
SIn order to cany out. the major
programs of the Chamberl a volun-
teer system of committees is organ-
ized. Major areas in which divisions
function include economic, busi-
ness and tourism development, gov-
ernmental and community affairs,
membership and public relations.
and other specific areas depending
upon the need at that particular,
time. For example, currently, we are
working on a strategic plan for eco-
nomic development. This plan is
being paid for through a grant.
Each year the Board of Directors
of the Chamber approves the orga-
nization's program of action, which
highlights priority areas for the:
coming year. Here. let's clear up an-
other misconception. Where does
the money come from to support an
office, pay the staff, buy the sup-
plies, conduct the programs? The
money comes from the member- :
ship. investors, program and event.
revenues and grants. Most of the
Members of the Chamber are retail-
ers, manufactures, professional in-
..dtviduals, colleges, etc. We have a.
dues. structure and categories
based on size, ability to invest and
number of employees. Our meem-
bers support the Chamber's pro-
grams every year and believe in
what is being accomplished.
The major benefit of member-
ship in the Clay County Chamber of
Commerce is that the Chamber acts
as the unified voice of more than 750
area businesses, including i1ndustly
and professional-firms. We maintain
our vitality because our members
and investors want. t.o get involved
in those matters which concern the
economic well being of the area.
Besides providing a unified ap-
proach to common problems, the
Chamber can also benefit a member
firm with such services as referrals.
leads groups, networking, sponsor-
ships and advertising opportunities.
We print a monthly newsletter.
called The Links. In this way mem-
bers are kept. informed of activities
and receive information on matters


affecting them which keeps them
abreast of pressing concerns of the.
business community. Our monthly
Area-Councils' programs feature
major speakers of interest to the
business community and. along
with our ,Business After Hours,
serves as a forum to recognize area
businesses which have made a con-
tribution to the growth of the area.
We hold periodic seminars and
workshops to aid our members and
their employees in the operation of
their businesses. We have a tourist
information center, located in our
offices on Kingsley Avenue. We
have maps and information on the
surrounding area. The Chamber
also maintains a close relationship
with the Small Business Develop-
ment Centers, and also what is
called SCORE, a service corps of re-
tired executives who are available
for counseling on finances, loans,
office procedure and how to learn
what the market is at the time.
Anyone can schedule one-on-one
counseling with these experts. We
have a Small Business Resource
Center, located in our offices.
Again, anyone can use the re-
sources in our Small Business Re-
source Center We have a computer
with bookmarks to useful websites
as well as manuals from the Small
Business Administration. We con-
duct promotions and urge profes-
sionalism in marketing to keep
more dollars at home where they
can work for us. We look at the fu-
ture as best as we can, and when we
see a community problem in the
crystal ball we initiate projects to
keep it from becoming critical. We
make policy statements according
to our member's wishes, and we try
to do what would be best for the
majority of those we represent.
But. if you just stop and think
and look around you, and see all
the good things that have hap-
pened, and realize that there has
been a lot of work by a lot of dedi-
cated people behind everyone of
them, that leaves one question:
who is the "we" that does all this.
"We" are "you" the people of the
community and all your business
neighbors who are members of the
Chamber of Commerce. The "we"
and "you" provide the ideas, the
drive, the goals, the funds and t.he
voluntary service to keep the
Chamber going. And then the
question comes up: "Who would do
it if the Chamber didn't?"


CLAY COUNTY CHAMBER

OF COMMERCE

Kellie Jo Kilberg, President 264-2651
Maria Aselage Director of Communications &
Membership- 264-0718




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 t.o all Chamber businesses.

Next Issue: Sept. 8 News Deadline: Aug. 24th
Ad Deadline: Aug. 30


August 2005


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Focus on the Future County-wide


Strategic Plan for Economic Development


By Danita Andrews,
Economic Development Manager

You might be asking why the
-Chamber of Commerce has under-
taken a county-wide strategic plan
for economic development. This
month we will help to answer this as
well as what the county-wide plan is
and who should be involved.
First, the Economic Develop-
ment Advisory Board was able to
undertake strategic planning in
2005 because the Chamber of Com-
merce President applied for and re-
ceived a Defense Reinvestment
Grant for our community. The
funds from the grant paid for this
important study. Preparation for a
strategic plan requires expertise in
research and analysis so we chose
to work with William Fruth of Poli-
com, Inc., because he is one of the
best economists and planning con-
sultants in the United States.
Focus on the Future 'ision op-
portunity diversify. This state-
ment describes the core reasons of
both why the Chamber of Com-
merce has taken on this important
initiative and an overview of what-
the plan is about. Setting a "strate-
gic" direction or focus on our eco-
nomic future involved looking at our
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now. Defining a clear, vision of.
where Clay County's economy
needs to be 5 years, 10 years and 20
years out also lets us determine
what happens if we do nothing.
Identifying major goals or bench-
marks for our economy allows ex-
ploration of every opportunity to
accomplish those goals and how we
can prioritize for resource alloca-
tion. ;Finally measurable objectives
can be putin place that will truly di-
versify our economicibase which is.


the desired result. This type of eco-
nomic plan is unprecedented in
Clay County's history. It is indeed a
'bold step in a positive direction. We
have begun the design of a multi-
faceted approach to address a vari-
ety of weaknesses and to build upon
our community's strengths.. Overall
we will be working to jumpstart the
economy because average wage lev-
els in Clay County have "flat-lined,".
which is a major indicator of the
present condition of our economy;i


The entire community is the an-
swer to who should be involved in
this initiative. The bottom line is
every individual, business and gov-
ermnental body wittin this commu-
nity has an iron in this fire.
However, we need participation. We
are asking you to be a part of Focus
on the Future strategies. The Clay
County Chamber of Commerce ulti-
mately wants to engage you, your
neighbors, co-workers, relatives and
friends in the upcoming workshop
meetings being planned for October
because the alternative is to contin-
ue taking a reactive approach, con-
stantly "putting out fires" which is
exhausting and expends too.much
energy and valuable limited re-
sources.
.Next:month, we will share addi-
tional details about the strategic
plan and talk about where, when
and how. -Along the way, we hope-
to. increase the overall under-.
standing of why-it is important
that Clay County implement a suc-
cessful economic development
program..
(You can find the first two stud-
ies of our county-wide strategic
plan Historic Comparative Eco-
nomic Analysis and Goal Setting
Study on the homepage of our
website www.clayedo.com.n i .. :


AMERICREDIT, FROM PAGE I
Operations Officer of Reynolds,
Smith & Hills, Inc.), noted "The
Chamber of Commerce is
pleased to work with-an exem-
plary employer to bring these
320 jobs to our community.-
This project is a prime exam-
ple of the Chamber of Com-
merce working hard to solidify
our Economic Development ef-
fort and build relationships
with site consultants and real-
tors to market the best our
county has to offer."
Additional information on
employment opportunities for
this and other FCSO call center
operations can be obtained at
w w w. f so c o m/ab outus/c a-
reers.shtml.
"The Economic Development
Division's core mission is to in-
crease higher wage employment
opportunities for our community
that will help to develop a
strong, healthy, local economy
and this type of project brings
the right type of job growth ac-
tivity. Further, it's a pleasure to


welcome First CoastSerice Op-
tions as a neighbor.in Fleming Is-
land Plantation",: said .Mark
Butterworth, Chairperson of the
Chamber's Economic Develop-
Ament Advisory Board; i Opera-
tions Vice President BellSouth
Fleming Island .. ;
"This is great news for Clay
County. 'My fellow conumissioners
andI are quite pleased to have a
new operation coming to Fleming
Island. This shows positive busi-
ness optimism for the long term fu-
ture for Clay County's growth and
development." stated George
Bush, Chairman of the Clay County
Board of County Commissioners.
FCSO has entered into a lease
agreement -for 2310' Village
.Square Parkway through Febru-
ary 2006; however, the FCSO op-
eration has the potential to grow
into a much longer-term com-
mitment, which the lease agree-
ment can easily accommodate.
The Clay County Chamber of
Commerce stands ready to assist
this new employer and looks for-
ward to their potential contin-
ued growth.


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Business Person of


The Year Nominations


Being A
Every year each business council
honors a Business Person of the
Year. The Business Person of the
Year will be selected from the four
council winners and will be an-
nounced at the Annual Dinner. To
win, a business must be in operation
in Clay County for at least three
years. It must project a positive
image in both physical appearance
and community reputation for qual-
ity and service. The candidate must
be a member in good standing with
the Clay County Chamber for two
years immediately prior to October


Accepted
of the year of the award, must be ac-
tive in the day-to-day management
of the business, and should be rec-
ognized as an innovative person
who creates new ideas or concepts
for the improvement of his/her busi-
ness and/or the community
If you have a candidate that you
would like to nominate for this pres-
tigious award, please contact your
council chairman or Kathy Hayman
at 264-7503 or email: khaymancclay-
chamber.com for a nomination form
Deadline for nominations is August
25, 2005.


Clay County Chamber of

Commerce Annual Dinner

Thursday, October 27, 2005
at the
Cypress Club & Ballroom

Cocktails 6:30 p.m. ~ Program & Dinner 7:15 p.m.

Installation of Officers, Awards & Recognitions

$50.00 per person

ALL MEMBERS INVITED!

Corporate Sponsor $600
SReserved table for 8
Program & Sponsor Board listing .-
Acknowledgment at event & in Chamber Newsletter

SDinner Sponsor $200
2 Tickets
Program & Sponsor-Board listing
Acknowledgement in Chamber Newsletter

If you are interested in being a sponsor, please contact Kathy
Hayman 264-7503, or e-mail kathy@claychamber.com .


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By Eve Szymanski
Director of Tourism a Film Development Division
Clay County Chamber of Commerce

Hot off the press! Monster Trucks
are coming to town! We're getting
the Southern Monster Truck Show-
down at the Clay County Fair-
grounds on September 16th thru the
18th! You can get more information
at the Chamber or go to www.south-
ernmonstertruckshowdown.com. It
is just being put on the website, so
give them a little time.
Have you noticed our new 2005
Tourism Bug? The new model from
Ash Tisdelle VW arrived just in
time for the 4th of July parades in
Middleburg and Orange Park. We
were so disappointed not to be able
to do the Keystone Heights parade
this year, but it was at the same
time! It really says something won-
derful about the patriotic spirit in
Clay County that we have 3 parades
on our nation's birthday!
It is a pleasure to be driving our
brand new bug! Don't worry if you
can't tell the difference, (neither can
I)! You may have noticed at the last.
Clay County Chamber Networking
Opportunities Mixer, I have learned
to park the Bug in the best, and
sometimes tightest, places. Re-
member, The Great Clay County
Bug Out promotion, sponsored by
Bug Out Services, Inc., st arted Au-
gust 1. Neither my home driveway
or in front of the Chamber building
count as a sighting. See the sepa-
rate article for more information on
how you can win a $100 saving
bond.
Your Tourism Director attended
the annual meeting for Florida's
Festivals & Events Association
(FFEA) in Sarasota last month. We


The Great
Have you seen the Clay County
Tourism Bug lately? If so, it could
be worth $100. "The Great Clay
County Bug Out" is in full swing and
there are already dozens of Bug
sightings!
Want to participate? Here's how.
If you spot the Clay County Tourism
Bug, make a note of the date, place
and time and fax or email us at the
Tourism Division. If our famous
Ash Tisdelle Volkswagon Beetle
(aka The Clay County Tourism
Bug) was in that area on that day
and time, your name will be includ-


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shared our Clay County Tourism
Bug sponsored by Ash Tisdelle VW
story with those event planners in
the "Creative Sponsorship" session.
As I spoke with planners at FFEA,
I hear, "Oh, you are the one with
the Clay County Bug!" It's nice
(and good business) to be noticed.
Mission accomplished!.
Some of you may have already
heard! The New First Coast Ham
Jam is in the process of coming
back to Clay County! I'm sure you
are also aware that it is Florida's Of-
ficial Bar-B-Q Cooking Contest.
Details are being worked out to-
hold it at our beautiful new event
venue at Reynolds Park Yacht Cen-
ter on the St. Johns River on No-
vember 3rd thru the 6th. Lorrie
Morgan and Tracy Lawrence :are?
just two of the proposed lineup of
headliners for entertainment! The
New First Coast Ham Jam is
brought to us by Ham Jam Chari-
ties, Inc, a 501c3 organization. This
year's charitable recipient will be


Clay Count
ed for that month's drawing at the
Chamber's Networking Opportuni-
ties Mixer or at the Chamber Con-
nection. You do NOT have to be
present to win. Make sure to put
your correct contact information of
name, phone and/or email address
and fax to (904) 264-0070 or email to
eszymanski@claychamber.com. If
your name is drawn, you will be the
proud owner of a $100 savings bond!
A big thank you to Ash Tis-
delle, Inc. who makes the Clay
County Tourism Bug possible!
The "Great Clay County Bug Out"


A North Forina Hunter jumper is in action, much to1 me crowns leligt!


the Dean Jones Family. Stay tuned!
Summertime always brings out:
our equestrian partners (and visi-
tors). The Clay County Fairgrounds
will be. hosting many clinics and
shows from North Florida Dressage,
4H and the North Florida Hunters &8
Jumpers (NFHJA). The big news
that makes us all "jump for joy" is
that the January 2006 Series for the
NFHJA has been approved by the


Olympics Committee and will bring
out Olympics Hopefuls for prequali-
fying.The Dixie Plantation All Breed
Show and the Kenny Williams Memo-
rial Roping event are both exciting
and awesome for the whole family.
See the calendar below for days and
times. Go to www.claytourism.com,
www.claychamber.com or call 394-7401
or e-mail eszymanski@claychambercom
for more information.


August-September Calendar of Events:
8/13 4H Open Summer Series Horse Show CCFG
8/20 N FL Dressage Assn Horse Show CCFG -
8/26-8/28 N FL Hunter Jumper Horse Show CCFG
9/2-4 N FL Hunter Jtunper Horse Show CCFG
9/10 1st Coast Hunter Jumper Horse Show CCFG
9/16-18 Southern Monster Truck Showdown CCFG
9/17 Dixie Plantation All Breed Hrse Shw CCFG
9/23-25 Kenny Williams Memorial Roping CCFG

www.claytourism.com (Calendar of Events) for more!


y Bug Out has Begun!


is brought to you by Bug Out Ser-
vice, Incorporated! Whenever
you see an unwanted bug, call Bug
Out at (904) 778-2280 and get


those bugs..."Out!"
The Clay County Tourism Bug -
this is one bug you will be happy
to see!


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It was standing room only at the
July Networking Opportunities
Mixer at Beef O'Brady's on July
19th. More than 100 people en-
joyed delicious food, exchanged
business cards and met more than
a dozen new Chamber members.
Additionally, Chamber Bucks was


$600 and-everyone in attendance
was ready to win! Congratulations
to Lee Sackett of Carpe DM for
walking away with the
check!
.Next month's Net-
working Opportunities
Mixer is on Wednesday.


August 17 from 5:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.
at Mercury Moon which is located
on CR 220 (across from Whitey's


Fish Camp). Be sure to join us!


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ness with Mark Aston of US LEC.


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they enjoy appetizers.


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crowd for coming to the mixer.


It Pays to Network


CONGRATULATIONS LEE!!
Lee Sackett with Carpe DM
walked away with $600 %when his
name was drawn for t he "Chamber
Bucks" jackpot at the Networking
Opportunities Mixer at Beef
O'Bradys on Tuesday. July 19th.
Prior to Lee's name being
drawn, only two other Chamber
Member names were drawn;


Thomas May with Thomas May
Construction Company and Toni
McCabe with Ridgeview High
School. But, you had to be
there to win!
iMark you calendar for August
17th at Mercury Moon on CR 220.
for our next Networking Opportu-
nities Mixer. The jackpot will start
over again at $200.


The Chamber Welcomes New

Members at Orientation


The Chamber hosted its quarter-
ly New MemberOrientation on July
19 at Beef O'Brady's. More than a
dozen new members attended the
event where they learned more
about the Chamber, how to get in-
volved in the various committees
and how the organization can help
grow their business.
Diane Hutchings of Prudential
Financial and Chairperson of
Membership/ Investor Relations


led the orientation. Other speak-
ers included Bill Hubbs, Super
Coups; Curtis McClees, Winning
Concepts and Chairperson of the
Business Health Expo; Cindy
Bosnyak, J.P. Perry Insurance, Inc.
and Chairperson of Area Beautifi-
cation Committee; and LEADS
Leaders Gordon Jesperson and
Seana Pit tman.
The next new member orienta-
tion is scheduled for October.


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It Is All Business for the Chamber LEADS Groups


The Chamber's LEADS Groups
are up and running. All three
groups held their first meeting in
July.
The idea behind the LEADS
Groups 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. What makes the
LEADS Groups unique is that you
will have exclusivity within your cir-
cle. In other words, you will be the
only real estate agent, florist, web
designer, etc. within the group. The


Stubby Stitches provides cus-
tom embroidery and printed
products. Owned and operated by
Chris and Kimberly Stubbs, Stub-
by Stitches has been providing
quality merchandise since 2002;
however, they recently relocated
to the area and are now building
their business in Clay County.
Whether you are a member of a
sports team, localbusiness, a mil-
itary command, a school organi-
zation or just a family preparing
for a reunion, Stubby Stitches


LEADS Groups give you a way to
market your business with no direct
competition!
The First Coast Networking
Group is one of the three LEADS
groups. It is led by Gordon Jesper-
son of League & Jesperson, PA.
The group meets every Tuesday at
8:00 a.m. at First Choice Mortgage,
3535 Hwy. 17, Suite 5, Fleming Is-
land. For more information on the
First Coast Networking Group, con-
tact Gordon at Koj(ljlaw.net or at
425-4704.
Over the next few months, the
other LEADS groups will be
highlighted in the newsletter so
stay tuned! Remember, building
relationships is vital to building
business.


can provide top-quality, name-
brand products personalized to
suit any need. Embroidery items
include polo shirts, t-shirts, caps,
jackets and team uniforms. Per-
sonalized products include mugs,
bags, patches, license plates,
mouse pads and name badges.
The company can also screen
print shirts.
You can contact Stubby
Stitches at i904) 505-0714. You
can also visit them on the web at
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night, Hair by Lee; Phyllis Evans, Travel Experience: Joyce Roberts, Americom Really; Kimberly
Stubbs. Stubby Stitches: Belinda Lloyd. 1st Choice Mortgage; Nancy Goodwin, Massage Therapist:
Gordon Jesperson, League a Jesperson. PA.


Jaguars Honor Local Law

Enforcement Officers and

Firefighters on 9/11::


The Jacksonville Jaguar football
season is just around the corer. In
fact. the first regular season home
game is scheduled in September and
the Clay County Chamber of Com-
merce and the Jags have teamed up
in a special way.
The Jaguars want to recognize
the major role that our police officers
and firefighters played in Jack-
sonville's Super Bowl success story.
The home opener against Seattle
will be played on September 11th
and the pre-game festivities will be a
salute to the men and women who
serve our community.
Tickets to the game will not be
available to the public until August
20th. However, Chamber members
can reserve tickets now at. a member
group discount. Additionally, with
each ticket purchased through the
Chamber, the Jaguars will con-


tribute $5 to be
shared by the Clay
County Sheriff's Office
and Clay Comuty Fire & Rescue De-
partment (youth programs
& charities .
The Clay County Chamber feels
strongly that. this is a WIN-WIN-WTIN
opportunity.
*Chamber members get to buy
tickets early and at reduced prices.
*Firefighters and police officers
get recognized for their nationally
acclaimed efforts during Super
Bowl week.
*The team gets a full stadium on
opening day.
For additional information, con-
tact Jake Bye with the Jags at 1904
633-4674 or at bvei.-jaeuars.nfl.com.
This makes good business sense
for everyone: We look forward t.o see-
ing you at the game!


Husband and wife, Chris and Kimberly Stubbs, own and operate Stubby Stitches, a custom
embroidery and printed products business.


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Ambassador of the Month

Carol Taylor


Carol Taylor, Beacon Enterpris-
es, Inc. is the Clay County Cham-
ber of Commerce's Ambassador of
the Month.
Carol is the Group Benefits Di-
rector for Beacon Enterprises Or-
ange Park office, located in the Clay
County Chamber of Commerce
building. Headquartered in Orlan-
do, Beacon is an employee benefits
company, which offers free benefit
consultations and illustrations to
area businesses and specializes in
assisting businesses in finding in-
novative solutions to holding down
rising employee benefit costs. Visit
their website at www.beacone.coni.
Carol has been a very active mem-
ber of the Chamber since 2002, and
became an Ambassador in June of
2003. She recently earned her 1-
year Gold Ambassador status.
Since joining the Chamber, she has
served on the Chamber Connec-
tion, Golf Tournament, Blood


Carol Taylor


Screening, and Military Apprecia-
tion committees and was Chairman
for this year's Blood Screening
Committee.
Call Carol at Beacon Enterpris-
es at 215-9955 if your business is in-
terested in obtaining a free benefit
consultation.


Area Beautification Committee Update


By Cindy Iesupa
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J ust a reminder
that the Clay County
Chamber's 2nd Annu-
al' "Cleanup Clay"
Day is scheduled for
Saturday, October 1st CiuBdm iwra
from 8:00 11:00 a.m.
We are recruiting volunteers if
you or your employees would like to
help please call the cleanup hotline


at 264-2531 and leave a message.
We have set a few dates for up-
coming committee meetings. If
you cannot make one, come to the
next. The dates are:
Wednesday, September 7th at
5:00 p.m. at the Chamber
Wednesday, September 21st at
5:00 p.m. at the Chamber
Last meeting will be. Friday,
Sept 30th from noon until 5:30 p.m.
for picking up supplies & volunteer
sheets.
Remember, Keep Clay Beautiful!


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Networking Animal


By Lee Sackett, Chairman of Networking
Opportunities Committee

Deadline:..the
word that strikes .
fear in the heart of,
every writer. As I
sit on the front
porch of my horse
farm, I look at my
laptop's blank i,2f
screen. I look at
my notes with sev- Lee Sacken
eral half-thought-
through article ideas. I look at my
watch...55 minutes. Then as I
stare out across the pastures to-
ward our barn I find inspiration. It
comes from the unique "network-
ing" behaviors of our 32 animals.

Now, I realize this might sound a
bit odd. And, rest assured I'm not
suggesting you adopt.all their be-
haviors. I seriously doubt galloping
into the next mixer, barking loudly,
and laying an egg would get you
much business (though it would be
memorable!). But select animal
traits can help your efforts. Let me
demonstrate:

1) Horses: As you'd expect, our
horse farm has horses (kind of a re-
quirement if you want to call it a
horse farm). When it's feeding time
you can always: be sure of one
thing...the horses are already in
their stalls waiting for you. They un-
derstand if they're not there early,
they may miss out. Successful net-
workers understand this as well. 'If
you don't show up or are late to a,
networking event, you won't bene-
fit...and some other pony will. LES-
SON: Be a horse; show up early and.
don't risk disappointment.

2) Ducks: Our ducks.love to fly.
Not to fly away but to survey the
scene. If something is unusual, un-
familiar, or exciting, they take off
and fly overhead in circles to deter-
mine the best place to be. And
while you may not be able to go air-
borne at your next business gather-
ing, you can circle the room when
first arriving to determine who's
there and where would be the best


place to land. LESSON: Be a duck;
survey the room and land where
you'll best achieve your objective.

3) Dogs: Our three dogs are the
"ambassadors" of the farm. When-
ever someone new arrives, they run
to greet them, announce their ar-
rival with loud baking, and intro-
duce them to me providing subtle
cues of tail wags or raised hair. Suc-
cessful networkers are similar in
their actions (minus the tail wags
and sloppy licks). They look for op-
portunities to introduce themselves
to new arrivals and establish con-
nections with their new contact and
other Chamber members. LES-
SON: Be a dog; introduce yourself
to guests and help them connect
with others.

4) Chickens: Watch a rooster for
ten minutes and you'll have a new
appreciation for this simple animal.
He is likely the most self-sacrificing
animal on a farm. When food is
found, he'll announce to his hens
and wait till they've eaten until he
eats. The same is true of successful
networkers. They think of others
they know when hearing of a new
opportunity. If uncovering a piece
of bad news that could affect asso-
ciates, they'll give warning rather
than keeping it to themselves. LES-
SON: Be a rooster; look out for oth-
ers and they'll return the favor.
So are you ready to practice
these "down-on-the-farm" tech-
niques in the big city? Well, then
brush off that hay, kick off that:mud
Sand join us for this month's FREE
Networking Opportunities Mixer on
Wednesday, August 17 from 5pm-
7pm at Mercury Moon. And to give
you something to really crow about,
we will be giving away $200 to one
Chamber member (but only if
they're present!).

Mercury Moon is located on
CR220 (across from Whitey's Fish
Camp). -Not a Chamber member
but want to check out this great
event? Don't be sheepish...simply
email me a request for an invite by
August 15 at networking@dm-ex-
perts.com and I'll save you a spot.


August 16 8:30 a.m.
Business Seminar
Committee Meeting

August 17 7:30 a.m.
Tourism Development
Advisory Board Meeting
(Chamber Boardroom)

Auigust 18 8:00 am.
Business & Health Expo
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SAgust 24 8:0-.am.
ivernment Afairs
Committee Meeting

September 1i 3:30 p.m.
Btisiness Council Chairman's
Meeting

September 14..4:00 p.m.
Business Development ..
Advisory Board Meetjig.


September 2 7:30 a.m.
Business Education Partner-
ship Committee Meeting

September 5 Chamber Closed
Labor Day

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Class Eager to Make a Difference


Leadership Clay Class members
are eager to make a lasting differ-
ence in the community. Members
are helping Quigley House remodel
its new location for a thrift store
scheduled to open in September.
The class is asking Chamber and
community members to donate
items for the new store. They are
accepting any items that a normal
household needs such as cleaning


and laundry products, personal
care items and clothes.
Please contact one of the follow-
ina to make arrangements for do-
nations: Quigley House at
284-0340;.Sue Gaffney with Sylvan
Learning Center at 269-3561; Lois
Shaw with Affordable Marketing at
276-9707 or Theresa Smith with
CGS Consulting Engineers
at 264-9902.


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Letha Taylor, VyStar Credit Union; Brian Murray, Skanska USA; and Alan Watt, Reynolds, Smith and
Hills contemplate the best coarse of action.


Chamber Continues

Efforts to Help Clay


SCounty Teachers

-If you're online visiting the Businesses simply cl
Cha bear's website and'see the: spond by e-mail and the]
link entitled "Teacher's Re- with the teacher to mak
sources", you're onto something nation. ,An upgrade nc
gb~'od. Click on those two words horizon will provide pub
to go to the "wish list" for Clay nition for the donor an(
County educators. that the wish has been
The Teachers' Resource Page, Soon your business
initially proposed and funded by will be asked to name
the Blanding Business Council, .that will help keep the
offers Chamber members an op- teachers in view on a
portunity to recognize and fulfill basis. .In addition, this
the.unfunded classroom needs of ter will carry regular ren
county schools. Requests from classroom needs and
teachers cover the entire alpha- charitable donors. In t
bet, from art supplies, books and time, continue to visit
Bunsen burners to cash and site and click on this cr
computers. to Clay County's future


Lois Shaw, Affordable Marketing shows her talent with an electric saw while expanding a door
opening.


Business & Health EXPO 2005
Thursday, September 29th
p.m.- 8 p.m.


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Thrasher-Home Center for the Arts Conference
You have the opportunity to pro-
mote and showcase your business,
sell your products and services and
& network with hundreds of other
business owners and managers on
September 29th for 4 hours. You also
have the opportunity tr --Dmote
your business as an event sponsor.
Contact Kathy Hayman at 264-7503
or e-mail
khlaymanl,'claychamber.comi for
sponsor information or to register
as a vendor.


BUSINESS COUNCIL MEETINGS


ORANGE PARK BUSINESS
COUNCIL LUNCHEON
August 17, 2005
11:30 a.m.
Carrabba's Italian Grill
Speaker: Dana Mitchell with
Adams & Harper, PA.;
QuickBooks What it is & how
everyone uses it
Cost: $10.00
Please RSVP by noon on
August 16th to 264-2651
SOUTHEAST BUSINESS
COUNCIL LUNCHEON
August 25, 2005
11:45 a.m.
The Golf Club at Fleming Island
Plantation
Speaker: David Owens, Superinten-
dent, Clay County School District
Cost $10.00
Please RSVPby noon.on


August 24th to 264-2651
MIDDLEBURG BUSINESS
COUNCIL LUNCHEON
September 1, 2005
11:30 a.m.
Cedar River Seafood
Speaker: Sheriff Rick Beseler
Cost: $10.00
Please RSVP by noon on
August 31st to 264-2651
BLENDING BUSINESS
COUNCIL
BREAKFAST
September 14,2005
7:30 a.m.
Country Club of Orange Park
Speaker: Therese Yanochik with
the American Cancer Society
Cost: $10.00
Please RSVP by noon on
September 13th to 264-2651


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Ribbon Cuttings, Grand Openings

and Ground Breakings


Keeble's Seafood &
Steak Masters opened
June 17th at 799-1 __
Blanding Boulevard in
Orange Park. Keeble's
is a family oriented and
family owned restaurant
with Sonny, Linda and
Mike Keeble as owners.
The golf concept for
-the restaurant has been
-Mike's dream for many
years. The timing was
right for Sonny and Linda -
to help make that dream
cometrue. Soon, Keeble's Sonny. Linda a
will be having a "Kid's Keeble'sSeafl
Night" where they :can
come and meet "Sonny the Shrimp."
Keeble's will be known for their
fresh seafood and steaks, and also


nd Mike Keeble cut the ribbon to officially open
ood and Steak Master Restaurant.

for their seafood dip. You will also
.be impressed with the decor and
friendly service.


News About Our Members


(This section is for announcing
awards, new locations, or reloca--
tions of your business)

Gerald R. "Jerry" Agresti,
President of Developers Realty
Group, Inc. has been appointed
chairman of the High Skills/High
Wages Council of Workforce Flori-
da, "Jerry understands the link.
between workforce development
and economic development," said
Tramm Hudson, chairman of the
Workforce Florida Board of Direc-
tors. "As a Workforce Florida
Board member and council chair,
he wiU have influence over work-
force policy that directly impacts


his community." The council
works with economic develop-
ment groups to shape the Florida
economy and maintain competi-
tiveness in certain industries.

Out.of 17 Chapters in the state
and 2,450 members. Cindy
Bosnyak with J. P. Perry Insur-
ance, Inc. was chosen as the 2005
Outstanding Chapter Secretary
for the State of Florida from the
Florida, Nursery, Growers and
Landscape Association. The as-
sociation recognized the work
Cindy has accomplished as the
Chairperson of the Chamber's
Area Beautification Conmmittee.


Thank You to all the Sponsors for the

New Teacher Welcome Breakfast!


2005/2006 Nominations


to the Board


Elected to the Chamber's Board
of Directors and Three Advisory
Boards
Fifteen area business leaders
have been elected to the Chamber's
Board of Directors for the October
2005-Septe:mber 2006 term. In ad-
dition,. 11.business leaders have
'been nominated to the Chamber's
three advisory boards of Business
Development, Economic Develop-
ment and Tourism Development 9
for three-year terms and 2 to fill un-
expired tennis.

Clay County Chamber of Com-
merce 2005-06 Slate of Officers
Chairman: Bob Krieger, Or-
ange Park Medical Center
Chair-elect: Ted McGowan,
Reynolds Park Yacht Center'Clay
Port
Chair Finance: Tim Coleman,
Douglas, Douglas & Farnswort h
General Counsel: David King.
Attorney At Law
Chair Business: Bobbi Nagle,
Unicorn Web Development. Inc. -
Chair Tourism: Theresa Smith.
CGS Consulting Engineers, Inc..
Chair ED: Matt Welch, Elkins
Constructors, Inc.
-* Communications/Marketing:
Diane Hutchings. Prudential Fi-
nancial Services -
Workforce/Education: Van
Royal, Magnolia Point Realty, Inc.
Government Affairs: Marge
Hutton, Jacksonville Orthopaedic
Institute
Investors/Members: Greg
Moorehead, First National Bank
At Large Position:.
-Mark Butterworth, BellSouth
-Barbara Coleman, State Farm
Insurance
-Jerry Scally, Aaron Group
-David Phillips, Mass Mutual Fi-
nancial
Area Council Rep. Lee Sacket,
CarpeDM
Immediate Past Chairman:
-David Robertson, Reynolds,
Smith and Hills, Inc.

Business Development Advisory
Board Nominations
Three-year term: (Oct 2005
Sept 2008)
1. Letha Taylor, VyStar Credit
Union
2. Curtis McClees, Winning Con-
cepts.USA, Inc..
3. Carol Taylor, Beacon Enter-
prises, Inc.
4. Lois Shaw, Affordable Market-


ing (filling unexpired term 2003-
2006).
Continuing on Business Devel-
opment Advisojr Board
Oct 2003 -Sept 2006 Term,
Curt Cavins. Idea Staffing .,.
SRicky Davis. Clay County Elec-
tric Cooperative
Oct 2004- Sept 2007 ...
Cindy Bosnyak; J. P Perry Insir-I
ance, Inc.
Bob Rigel, Penney Retirement,
Community
Bobbi Nagle. Unicorn Web De-
velopment. Inc.' _
Economic Developmient
Advisory Board Nominations
Three-year term: (Oct 2005 -
Sept 2008)
1. Anna Lebesch, St. Johns River
Community College
2. Joann Register. J. Register
Co. Inc. :
3. Kirk Wendland, Landmar Group-
Continuing on the Economic De-
velopment Advisory Board
Oct 2003 Sept 2006 Tenn
Ted McGowan. Reynolds Park
Yacht Center/Clay Port
Chris McNees. Aerostar Environ-
mental Services, Inc.
Matt Welch, Elkins Constructors,
Inc. ; -
Oct 2004:-Sept 2007
Russell Buck, VyStar Credit
Union .
Paul Lunetta, Harden & Associ-
ates. Inc.
Joe Wyzkoski, Magnolia Point
Golf & Country Club
Tourism Development Advisory
Board Nominations
Three-year term: (Oct 2005 -
Sept 2008) Nominated for second
three-year term.
1. George Francisco, Sports,
Tourism Development Association
of CC
2. Joan Bazley, Clay County Fair
Association .
'3. Jon Cantrell, Journal Commu-
nity Publishing Group Clay Today
4. Paz Patel, Comfort Inn of Or-
ange Park (filling unexpired term
2004-07)
Continuing on Tourism Develop-
ment Advisory Board
Oct 2003 Sept. 2006 Term
Bill Hopkins, Winning Concepts
USA, Inc.
Tony Walsh, Thrasher-Home
Center for the Arts
Brian Sponaugle, Prudential Fi-
nancial Services
Oct 2004- Sept 2007
Jim Cribb, SunAmerica Securities,


(AIG) CFO Donnette Bruno
All American
Communications/Nextel of
Middleburg
AmSouth Bank
Barco-Newton Family YMCA
Beef O'Brady's-
BellSouth Advertising and
Publishing
BookSmart Kids
C & H Printing. Inc.
Cher FL, LLC
Chick-fil-A Fleming Island
Cingular Wireless Middleburg
Clay Electric Cooperative. Inc.
Clay Women in Business
Cleairire
Coffee Creations
Community First Credit Union
Compass Bank
Concepts in Focus
. Curves for Women Middleburg
Douglas, Douglas and'Farniswoirth
Dr. Dave Otto
First Coast Technical Institute
First Florida Credit Union
First Guaranty Bank & Trust -
Argyle
First National Bank
Huntington Learning Center
Jacksonville Magazine.
Justin Designs
KB Home
Keller Williams First Coast Realty
Donna Kowalenko
Ladies Workout Express of
Fleming Island
.Office Depot.


Orange Park Medical Center;
Prudential Network Realty -:
Betty Shaw
Publix Super Market:
Reynolds. Smith and Hills. Inc.
Seven Bridges Preparatory School
Shake's Frozen Custard
Skanska USA Building. Inc.
St. Johns River Community
College
Staples Store #1066
State Farm Insurance Office of
Katherine Baiisteit
Sylvan Learning Center
; Texas Roadhouse
S The Learning Nook
Unicorn Web Development, Inc.
ValuTeachers Patrick Rogers
SVySt ar Credit Union
Wachovia
'-';AR 'WaFl-MIartad
*WAYR AMlFM Radio


Membership Renewals

Adecco
-Affordable Marketing
Allstate Insurance/Jane DiLoreto
Clay County Habitat for Humanity, Inc.
Clay High School
Coldwell Banker/Jim Crews
Fidelity Home Lending, Inc.
First Coast Business Solutions, Inc.
First Command Financial Planning
GEICO/Frank Butterfield
Grady H. Williams, Jr., L.L.M., Attorneys
Idea Staffing
ITC Deltacom
Justin Designs
Keller Williams First Coast Realty
Kopelousos & Bradley, PA.
Margaret A. Lessig, DMD
Orange Park Kennel Club
Publix Super Markets, Inc.
Raymond B. LaBella, EL.
Scuba Tiger; LLC
Sign-A-Rama
S Solantic Walk-In Urgent Care
Sonny's Bar-B-Que
Steve Johnscn,Inc. Custom Builders
The Loop
Todd Vann Insurance
Vanguard Realty GMAC Real Estate/Peter Dalton

Thank You for Your Support!


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Small Business of the Month

Beacon Enterprises, Inc.


CONGRATULATIONS to Carol
Taylor with Beacon Enterprises,
Inc. for being selected as the Au-
gust Small Business of the Month.
Established in 1990, Beacon's
headquarters is located in Orlando.
The Orange Park location at 1734
Kingsley Avenue, Suite 4, opened in
2002 and is currently managed by
Carol Taylor. Beacon's services in-
clude finding the best value for em-
ployee benefits including health,
dental, life, disability and vision
plans. In addition, the business
provides other services such as Sec-
tion 125 assistance, FSA plans, HSA
plans, HR and payroll assistance,


NEW ME

1st Choice Mortgage
3535 Highway 17, Ste. 5
Orange Park, FL 32003.
S Belinda Lloyd, 224-6224
Mortgages
84 Lumber Company
S1988 Wells Road
Orange Park, FL 32073
S Steve Stroich, 272-884
Lumber.
Aflac
1909 Solstice Court
St. Augustine, FL 32092
Debra Kennedy, 483-1086
Insurance-General

Americom Realty
2361 Oak Hammock Lane
Orange Park, FL 32065
Joyce Roberts, 264-2422
S Real Estate
Bug Away Specialists, Inc.
11318-5 Distribution Ave. W.
Jacksonville, FL 32256
George Alston, 260-7828
Pest Control Services
CSmart Solutions
303 Blanding Blvd.
Orange Park, FL 32073
Hank Leander, 375-6600
Computer Equipment, Products
& Services
Carol Waters LMT
1732 Kingsley Avenue #2
Orange Park, FL 32073
703-8669
Massage/Hypnosis
Nancy J. Goodwin
1705 Nolan Road
Middleburg, FL 32068-3055
264-2555
Massage Therapy
Jacksonville Suns Baseball Club
301 A.P Randolph Blvd.
Jacksonville, FL 32202


and help with benefits and claim is-
sues. Carol Taylor, who helped
name the company in 1990, became
its first employee and helped the
company grow until she relocated
to Northeast Florida in 1995. Since
opening the Orange Park office,
Carol has been an active Chamber
member and has served on the Am-
bassador, Chamber Connection,
Golf Tournament, and Military Ap-
preciation Committees. She is cur-
rently the Chair for the Health
Screening Committee.
For more information on Beacon
Enterprises, contact Carol at (904)
215-9955.





Beacon Enterprises is
named Small Business
of the Month. Carol Tay-
lor poses with Margie
Thomas (Compass Bankl,
chairperson of the Small
*i% ^H Business of the Month
Committee.







JIMBERS

Eric Roth, 358-2846
Sporting Venue
Jaxma Orchid Greenhouse, Inc.
6440 US Highway 17 S.
Green Cove Springs, FL 32043
Shung Kim, 284-4442
Orchid Growers
Keeble's Seafood & Steak
Masters Inc.
799-1 Blanding Blvd.
Orange Park, FL 32065
Linda Keeble, 276-5321
Restaurants
L & K Mobile Lube Services, Inc.
PO. Box 891
Orange Park, FL 32073
Rob Lindahl, 742-0202
Automotive
The Learning Nook
769. Blanding Blvd., Ste. 5
Orange Park, FL 32065
Janet Rotundo, 298-3170
Educational Resources
Primerica Financial Services
S 8595 Beach Blvd.
Jacksonville, FL 32216
Scott Roberts, 375-9000
Financial Services
Richard R. Norman Inc.
125 Industrial Loop, Ste. E
Orange Park, FL 32073
264-0040
Building Contractor
Thrasher-Horne
Conference Center
283 College Drive
Orange Park, FL 32065
Tom Reynolds, 276-6762
Meeting Facilities
Travel Experience
1967 Harbor Island Drive
Orange Park, FL 32003
Phyllis Evenson, 213-8664
Travel Agencies


Thank You for Investing in Your Chamber!!


Area Beautification


Business of the Month

The Golf Club at Fleming Island


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Three staff members of the Goltf lub of Flming Island accetthe Area Beautification Award. They
are (from leftto rlght) Crystal Smith, Bill Girson and April Miklas.


Congratulations to The Golf
Club at Fleming Island for being se-
lected as the August Area Beautifi-
cation Business of the Month.
The Golf Club at Fleming Island
opened in September of 2000. The,
course was designed by Bobby Weed
and is kept green and beautiful
along with the grounds. The 18-hole.
layout covers more than 6,800 yards
from the championship tees and
brings with it.a par of 71. Players of
all abilities can enjoy the stark con-:
trast of both nines. This course of-
fers players a links-style front nine,


complete with 5 sets of tees, creative
undulations, water, and carefully
placed sand bunkers. The back nine
has been carved out of standing tim
berland, providing an atmosphere of
solitude, all within the context of a
natural terrain. Public golfers can
discover why club members are al-
ready so comfortable there. The
Golf Club also has a casually elegant
clubhouse with a fully stocked pro
shop, a nicely appointed restaurant,
an outside snack bar, and a porch for
relaxing. It gives 18 reasons to count
Clay County as fortunate.


Luxury River Front Escape
S ..:located on the serene banks of the St. Johns River


S e Private Club Dining
I River House Pub
Featuring. Entertainment,
Spirits & Good Cheer
Three Resort Pools
*Seven Tennis Courts
4-

S (Our guest suites each have a balcony overlooking
the Rijer, wetbai and some feature fireplaces


and jacuzzi tubs. You can choose from a king or
two queen size beds or perhaps a two-room suite.


Whatever your choice, you will enjoy the luxury of the River Suites.


"For the finest overnight stay,
corporate travelers choose the River Suites"

Riverfront Weddings Receptions Private Parties
Corporate Functions Business Meetings


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Priority Care

Major Attention for Minor Emergencies


No 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 ever wondered exactly what is an
emergency? A medical emergency is any condition
that needs medical treatment immediately and can't
wait for a routine doctor 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 physi-
cian and nursing staff to exclusively treat patients
with minor emergencies.
Priority Care's philosophy is to provide imme-
diate attention to patients with minor emergencies.
Priority Care patients are not vying for attention
with'he more serious emergencies. The goal of the
program is to reduce wait times for all patients vis-
iting eitherthe Emergency Department or Priority
Care and so far, it seems to be working!
We provide our patients with emergency care


that helps heal scrapes and sprained ankles and
saves lives! And we've always done that. Now, we
can better separate the two, which enhances our
level of service.
Priority Care is a service of the Emergency
Department at Orange Park Medical Center and is
now located adjacent to the hospital at 1895
Kingsley Avenue, Suite 504. Hours of operation are
11am 1 pm daily.


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Announcing Priority Care:


For cuts and bruises, stings or sprains,

and every little thing in between.


Fast-response, walk-in service now available from 11am to llpm, seven days a week.
A brand new location and overall enhancement to Orange Park Medical Center's
Emergency Services.


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