<%BANNER%>
HIDE
 Section A: Main
 Section A: Opinion
 Section A: Main Continued
 Section A: Clay Business
 Section A: Clay Features
 Section A: School's In
 Section A: Clay Health
 Section A: Clay Military
 Section A: Main Continued
 Section A: Clay Fire & Rescue
 Section A: Main Continued
 Section B: Clay Sports
 Section B: Clay County Real...
 Section B: Clay County Classif...
 Section C: Cruisin' Clay Count...
 Links


UNF UF00028416 UFPKY NEH LSTA



Clay today
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028416/00040
 Material Information
Title: Clay today
Alternate Title: Today
Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 36 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Clay Today
Place of Publication: Orange Park FL
Creation Date: October 13, 2005
Frequency: semiweekly (wednesday and friday, except federal holidays)[<1996-1997>]
daily (tuesday-saturday, except holidays)[ former <1995>]
semiweekly
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orange Park (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Clay County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Clay -- Orange Park
Coordinates: 30.168611 x -81.708611 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: "News you can use."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 21, no. 21 (Jan. 18, 1994).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002212271
oclc - 33500707
notis - ALF2337
lccn - sn 96027739
System ID: UF00028416:00040
 Related Items
Preceded by: Clay County crescent

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
    Section A: Clay Business
        A 12
        A 13
    Section A: Clay Features
        A 14
        A 15
        A 16
        A 17
    Section A: School's In
        A 18
        A 19
        A 20
        A 21
    Section A: Clay Health
        A 22
        A 23
    Section A: Clay Military
        A 24
        A 25
    Section A: Main Continued
        A 26
        A 27
    Section A: Clay Fire & Rescue
        A 28
    Section A: Main Continued
        A 29
        A 30
        A 31
        A 32
    Section B: Clay Sports
        B 1
        B 2
        B 3
        B 4
        B 5
        B 6
        B 7
        B 8
    Section B: Clay County Real Estate
        B 9
        B 10
        B 11
        B 12
    Section B: Clay County Classified
        B 13
        B 14
        B 15
        B 16
        B 17
        B 18
        B 19
        B 20
        B 21
        B 22
        B 23
        B 24
    Section C: Cruisin' Clay County
        C 1
        C 2
        C 3
        C 4
        C 5
        C 6
        C 7
        C 8
        C 9
        C 10
        C 11
        C 12
    Links
        Page 1
        Page 2
        Page 3
        Page 4
        Page 5
        Page 6
        Page 7
        Page 8
        Page 9
        Page 10
        Page 11
        Page 12
Full Text






Univ. of FL Lib of Florida Historyf205SMA
PO BOX 117007
GAINESVLLE. FL 32611-7007


&f &Clay County Crescent www.claytoday.biz .

OCTOBER 13-OCTOBER 19, 2005 EDITION It Pays To Know Your Community 50 Section A of two sections VOL. 35 NO. 41



STwo-car crash kills 1


Cay Co. teachers
Ket a health test


OPHS mourns
AIthlete's passing
-Orange Park High senior
:,Stephen Dandridge was laid to
;- irqst on Saturday. See page B-1.

4JAdore Vous GCS's
INewest eatery


-T\FF PHOI.) B GREG % ILi-'H
A Fleming Island resident was killed Tuesday, Oct. 7, when her vehicle was struck broadside by another car thai ran a red
light on U.S. 17 at the Habor Island intersection. See related story on Page A-3.


Commission selects


By Bob Henderson. Staff
,.r ,,ii, ,..., ,_', [-, .... ,/. .- .,;

GREEN COVE SPRINGS -
Fritz A. Behring. citv manager
oft Deltona. rose to the top in the
search for Cla\ C.ount\ manag-
er Tuesday. Oct. 11.
It took less than a minute for
coinmmissioners to complete a
paper ballot distributed to
them by Colin Baenziger, prin-
cipal of the executive ,eaaich
agency retained b\ the Board Fritz,
of County Cominissioners
(BCC). When the ballots %ere counted,
Behringhad won a uinanioiius nod from


Fall Festival is

music, crafts,

elephant ears

Clay Today staff
ORANGE PARK Workers are putting
the finishing touches on the OriavigePamk
Town Hall thi, week in prepal auon tfor the
23rid annual Orange Park Fall Festi\ al.
More than 160 vendors selling a large
\arie t of art, crafts, food and entertain-
ment will be on display Saturday and
Sunday, Oct. 15-16, at the corner of U.S. 17 -
and Kingsley Avenue. Opening cere-
monies are set for 9:30 a.m. Saturday in


I


FALL FESTIVAL continued on pageA-8


7 31544 60 00 1


his potential em
Kevin. DeFebbc,,
manager of So
tad N. Y., took
place with four
five %otet.
Two other f
rc-te considered
J. Hill.deput <(it
ager of Frico. Te
MlichaelJ. Wr igh
cant'i\ ima tge
velopmem
A. Behring tranlportatiounl
city of Tallahasse
The selection opened the doo
next step negotiating a contra


new manager
plo ers. he nominee. Baenzi-ger otftred se eral
coun tll alte native to e commiionthe co\inion: he%
chenec- could negotiate as a bod. the\, could
secomund designate one of the collnissionelrs to
out Cof loo. the could instruct thecount at-
tor ne\ to conduct negotiations or tihe
finalists could haI e Baenziger, himself, handle
;Henri it. Commissioner Pat McGo\ern s.g-
t\ man- tested that the person that handled the
xas.and scar_ h would be the logical one to han-
u. assis- die negotiations. Chairman George
Sfor tide- BLnh asked if there would be an addi-
and tional feeand Baenzigei responded that
for the ne.gotiantouii were included in his fee.
ee. He will negotiatefor the board.


)r to the
act with


BCC continued on page A-6


SAFr rnlUH U DI UlcRLJ tVALIl
Orange Park town officials Ernest Jones, left, Gloria Neely and John Bowles stand
near a sign announcing the Fall Festival dates.






Section A-2 CLAYTODAYBIZ October 13, 2005


No 'Alibis,' Tracy Lawrence brings


his masterworks to Ham Jam


Special to Clay Today


In 1991, during the early days of I
a dramatic boom in country music, ,
23-year-old Tracy Lawrence re-
leased his first record.
More than a dozen years and ten
million albums later, Lawrence has
created a legacy, earning both crit- I
ical accolades and secure veteran's
status.
Lawrence earnedarepuiati,-on a,
a formidable stylist with a tuni lie
and instantly recognizable 'oice," "
and as an artist with a knack for
finding songs that weave d1:1amn,. .
emotion,andphilosophyout0of1 dtie
homespun and the universal le. .. .
Both of those elements help make .
himpartoftheRockin'Roadhlouse .
Tour, a collaborative effort with .i
friendisJoe Diffie andMarkChes-
nuttthathasbeenoneofthe most | E
successful road sho\ sof recent \in- i
tage. The music he brings "Sticks
AndStones,"'Alibis,""If The AWorld
HadAFrontPoreh," "Time M:u ch-
es On," and "Lessons Learned" -
speaks for itself. Tracy Lawrence
"M 'recent work stil reflects I. .. .i
respect for artists like Keith Whiiles and in the importance of prioritizing family.
WaylonJennings, soyoumighthearKeith's and not neglecting thle people who stand
earthinessor thatsuaight four 'fourback- behind ou and loe you. It'sa \erv big pri-
beatof Wa\ lon's.aswellasquiteabitihai is orit inin m life."
more typical of the sti le I'm know n for He moved to Nashville in 1990 in a
that mid-tempo, two-step sort of thing." ten-year-old Toota Corollathat had, he,
said Lawience, whose life in recent da\ s has says, "about 2501,100i miles on it, expired
revolved around his wife Becca and daugh- tags. noinsurance, unningon three clin-
tel SkylarJoAnn. "There is a great dealof der and a fan with a pieceof wiie uouind
peace and happiness in my personal life, -, it to col dthe car."
andmywifeandchildcontributeso much Afan of Wliiles.Jennings.and MeIrl
to who I am as apersonrightnow. Believe Hagga d,. he idolized George Si ail. 6.,1om-

We Care for the Most Important People in the World...
Your Loved Ones!
As a Skilled Nursing Facility We Offer:
Private and Semi-private Rooms Sub-Acute Care (pi"'d-inr g en & -uc*i.n
Secure Alzheimer's Wing In-Patient/Out-Patient Rehab
Daily Activities On-Site Dietician
Separate Dinning Facilities Modem Equipment
Open and Sunny Floor Plan Dedicated & Highly Trained Staff

...... __ -__-_lA"

The ITerrace
'-'..." "" at Fleming Island
-, ... 1125 Fleming Plantation Blvd., Orange Park, FL 32003
|s( G'K.nt. 904-541-3500 .


plementing that with an apprecia-
tion for Southern rock, which he
knew had.a special place in the
heart of his honky-tonk audi-
ences. He was also very taken with
a country tradition that was then
finding its chief manifestation in
Randy Travis.
S"I was always drawn to the bari-
tones," he said. "The singers who
could reach do- n there and .geta
,note andjiu'. i oll wiith it. That's
w Iat got me that deep, pure tex-
t tu e o f a real baritone singer. To
me. that is the epitome of a coun-
try stt list."
He has always been active in
charitable events, and is annually
at the lielm f two-ahomecoming
concert in his hometown which
funds the Tracy Lawrence Foun-
dation, and a golf tournament in
Texarkana,Texas,benefitingboth
the Tracy Lawrence Foundation
and CASA, a non-profit organiza-
tion providing trained volunteer
ad vocates for abused and neglect-
ed c h i ldren involved in the North-
east Texas and Southwest
Arkansaslegal systems.
Lawrence's foundation has endowed
scholam ships and. most recenth.l provided
funds to equip a computer science lab in
the local high school-a room that will be
named after him.
Lawinrencehelped raisemoni e than mnil-
lion dollars for the fight against c\ stic fi-
biosis through his annual golf
tournament to nierlI held in Hoiiston,
Texas,and his participation in Hollh ood'_
annual "'Sizzlin'C.ountry) "e ents.
"People have a duty to help each other
out," said Lawrence. "I'm happy that I can
give something back to society through my
effort to raise funds and awareness for
these important causes."
The work that makes such contribu-
tions possible is also Tiacy's enduring
passion.
"I'm very proudtobe apart of the music
industry," he said. "I love what I do. I hope I
can perform until they wheel me away.".


Husband shoots

wife, self during

Argyle standoff

Clay Today staff
OR.A NCE PARK Au Oakleaf Pui -
lation man wnitll n histols o-,f ViO-
lence mI Cl'i .CuI slht hrr.if wie to
death during a standolf with poe'
Sun da Oact. 1. then killed himself.
tie (.iLa Countm Shei jitf Ofl ice said.
Polikc- were negoiialini with
Mic-iaelJCeil ins. 3,of 3279 Iillporii
Cm t after oft icers wec ialiled to ith
liom le iah:iui 111 :310I a..ir. when lie filed
the siot diat killed his ife. 1-veai -
old Fcleciajtnkinls.said Mr N JIIsuniuI
SlirifitIOf'f (lie spokesper ,on.
The coi iple, which iis mai tried 12
\leai s. began having pi,.hblens a week
ea hler after MlichaelJenkinls toiud a
letter to his wife fom :a former
bo friend, said Sheriftfs Otffie Major
Craig Aldrich.
NMichaelJenkins also \,is upset hiLs
wife hadgone to visit the man, who is
in prison. Aldrich saikL
When the t first deputies arrived
at the couple's home Jenkins rold
them he would shoot himself and
his wife if anyone euIered thchome.
Justino said. The officers then
backed off. called for assistance and
began evacuating about a dozen
nearby residents.
With more deputies, detectives
and a SWAT team standing byi; police
negotiators tried to talk to the man
but the situation deteriorated.Justi-
nosaid.
About 1-30 p.m.Jenkins abruptly
shot his wife, fired a stray round into
a wall and then shot himself.tJustino
said SWAT team members heard the
shots and used an explosive charge
to get into the home through the
front door.
A SWAT paramedic attempted to
help the couple. who had four chil-
dren ages 1,11 11 and 12.Thechildren
were not at home when the shooting
happened.Justino said.
ClaI C.outiiu police had not re-
sponded to a call at the home in the
past,Jusltiio said.
An autopsy on the bodies was con-
ducted Monday, Oct. 10, bvy the Dtuial
County Medical Exanminer's Office.


%1 j-fT-WA T(GLASS c IRO
96R iS, owER~ExcLosvRFs TA~BLJE TOPiS7

2508 Zr xCA fl/P
-)D'iIvi'O.ij -1PFL ,32068
904-298-5486 w


MAKE-N-TAKE WINES


PRIZES TOURS DISCOUNTS'


Make Your Own Wine See The Process!


* See Our Mixing & Bottling Stations
View Personalized Labels
---TA ^ View Wine Selections
/ Join Our Wine Club


GREA FOR
HOLIDAY 6IVING!
OCTOBER IS IHE LAST
OPPORTUNITY 10 HAVE
READY FOR CHRISTMASI


South Blanding Village Shopping Center
(next to Staples)
700 Blanding Blvd. Suite 9
Orange Park, FL 276-7572


4




I


'i/lelel d/ Siierj,

.Spetyia/ist

C.LhAI c.cI]iL SClUril. ni ..


Fawzi Farha M.D.
Graduate, University of Kansas
Joinmng First Coast Surgical
Associates

Accepting New Patients |
Most Insurance & Tricare Accepted ,
INCLUDING:
S Bluei Cross Medicare
CCN THCS
Beechstreet First Health
Htunana


276-6200
214() Kingsley Ave, Suite 11
Orange Park, Florida
* .:"** 4v $,p ^ *a..*'.^iS S~


,


MAK6-


Odober 13, 2005


CLAYTODAYBIZ


Section A-2


ll-f,-, :- -


"-I A,-


- -- - - - - . . .


(W


. .


+






Lt'UCI hpr 1L T Y Ie n


Clay officers caught.in prostitution

sting face suspension and demotion.


By Greg Walsh, Managing Editor
gwalsh@jrl/groupl.com

GREEN COVE SPRINGS A Clay Coun-
ty Sheriff's Office sergeant will be de-
moted and a detective suspended for five
days if their punishment for being
caught in a prostitution sting is upheld.
Sgt. Dan Mahla and Detective David
Vaughan were notified Thursday, Oct. 6,
about the outcome of an internal investi-
gation into their arrest Sept. 16 by aJack-
sonville Sheriff's Office prostitution
detail working on Youngermnan Circle
just south of Interstate 295.
JSO officers briefly detained the Clay
officers after they spoke to a femaleJSO
officer acting as a prostitute. According
to aJSO report, the officers discussed
prices for various sex acts and agreed to
meet the woman at her motel.


When arrested, the two did not imme-
diately identify themselves as Clay Coun-
ty officers, according to the report, but
did a short time later and maintained
they were working undercover in the
area as part of vice investigation.
They were later released to their supe-
riors from the Clay County Sheriff's Of-
fice who came to the scene.
The State Attorney's Office reviewed
the arrests but declined to charge the men.
While the two officers each were dis-
ciplined, Sheriff Rick Beseler in his writ-
ten disciplinary report clearly put the
responsibility on Mahla, an 11-year CCSO
officer.
In demoting Mahla to deputy sheriff,
Beseler wrote: "Your failure to follow a
long-standing general order, your failure
DETECTIVES continued on page A-31


IHCA

THRASHER-HIORNE
CENTER FOR THE \RTS

St. Johns River Community College

TICKETS ON SALE NOW
904-276-6750





Off-
Broadway
Smash
Hit


U.S. 17 crash kills 1
ORANGE PARK A 29-year-old Or-
ange Park woman died of injuries she
sustained in a two-vehicle accident on
U.S. 17 Tuesday, Oct. 11, when another ve-
hicle ran a red light, the Florida Highway
Patrol said.
FarrahJudith Terpack-Hart, 29, was
fatally injured when her 1999 Nissan was
struck on the driver's side about 2 p.m. at
the Harbor Island intersection, the High-
way Patrol said.
Terpack-Hart was pulling out of Har-
bor Island and was crossing the south-
bound lane to turn northbound when a
southbound 1993 Lexus driven by
Lavearn Leon Coles, 46, of Broadwater
Court in Orange Park failed to stop, the
Highway Patrol said.
Terpack-Hart, of the 1200 block of Stern
Way, was taken by Lifeflight helicopter to


ShandsJacksonville where she later died,
the Highway Patrol said.
Coles, who was wearing a seatbelt, was
not injured. It was unknown if Terpack-
Hart was wearing a seatbelt, the Highway
Patrol said.
Traffic was diverted away from the crash
site for nearly an hour to allow the Life-
flight helicopter to land on the highway.
Teen loses car to thief
Clay Today staff
ORANGE PARK A 19-year-old Mid-
dleburg man is without his 2001 Acura
after he was robbed at gunpoint Monday,
Oct. 10, at the Orange Park Mall.
Joshua Myer was talking to two friends
in the mall parking lot about 8:30 p.m.
when a man approached them, according
BRIEFS continued on page A-10


Sleep the ENTIRE

night Through!


www.discoverhealth.us
CLT-00oo53390i


IS NOW AT A NEW LOCATION!



You'll Find Me at... Yana's Salon, Inc.
.. .,iM S1. .)oIt, Pi, I i
233-4583

CIGAR SMOKERS
I The Best
Arturo Fuente Cohiba Selection of
Bauza Hoyo de Monterey Cigars ad
Macanudo. Romeo y Julieta Accessories in
Montecristo Clay County
Partagas a Montecristo t a ery
Licenciados H Upmann Competitive

FOREMOST LIQUORS
AND WINES


ORANGE PARK
231 Blanding Blvd.
(1/2 mi..S. of OP Mall)
'264-0611


Hours:
Mon Sat lOam 2am
Sun 2pm Midnight


FLEMING ISLAND
2015 County Rd. 220
(at Swimming Pen Creek)
215-8999


I Love You, You're Perfect,
Now Change
A smart, unassuming musical comedy about love and mar-
riage. Explores the trials and tribulations of being single, dating,
marriage, loss, and heartbreak; you will leave the show think-
ing... Were they talking about me?
Friday, October 21, 2005 7:30 PM
Tickets $25.00, $20.00 & $15.00



JUICE
SNEWTON
THE
AMERICAN
,- "' GIRL
A TOUR


-'- -C1layToday


Features a repertoire of both Juice's standard songs like The
Sweetest Thing & Queen of Hedrts as well as, current favorites
including They Never Made It To Memphis, a previously unreleased
Tom Petty tune,.Keeping Me Alive, plus a few other surprises.
Friday, November 4, 2005 7:30 PM
Tickets $38.00, $32.00 & $27.00




Flutist Donna Wissinger invites audiences into the wonderful world of imagination
and insight by combining music and art by Winslow Homer, John Stuart Curry, Mary
Cassatt and Robert Henri to engage ears, eyes and heart.
Tuesday, November 22, 2005 7:30 PM |
Tickets $12.00

Call the box office (904)276-6750
Monday Friday 10 a.m. 4 p.m.
Order online at www.thcenter.org
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR --TONY WALSH
THRASHER-HORNE CENTER FOR THE ARTS
*. 283 College Drive Orange Park

FREE PARKING
Owned and operated by St. Johns River Community College


POLICE BRIEFS


Section A-3


CLAYTODAYBIZ


October 13 2005


%-j





bhenderson@jcpgroup.com From where sit

Tuesday morn- .
ing, Oct. 11, I was
browsing around in -
my computer at
home looking for
inspiration when
my eye was caught
by an article about
some convenience Bob Henderson
store in Nebraska STAFF WRITER
making a mistake
and selling gas for 29 cents. That was re-
markable enough, but it was something
else in the story that really grabbed me.
Throughout the entire story- and itwas
rather lengthy every single time an
.I oLunti of money was inc1ntiinl-d. it as
followed by a parenthetical conversion to
Eurodollars. M\ iimnediate reaction was,
"Who cares? Anything bought inNebras-


ka is paid for in U. S. currency."
Then I began to wonder. Why would,
anyone go to the u double of converting
American currency to European when the
transaction is entirely in the U. S.? Beats the
tar out of me- read on.
I have read several times lately of judges
that have said they have decided cases on
the basis of international law. Why? Aren't
American judges supposed to rely on
Amnerican la%: .Aren't international ques-
tion s supposed to be tried in the World
,Court in The Hague?
It seems that America is becoming un-
fashionable. We have to be careful where
and when we %displaO the flag because
'somien )I- might be offended. Holidays we
have ob:sei ed for enet aTiions arc iisap-
pearilg from tie, public ptae Thar d'oe
nI tlof cont se, iiin. huI dite annut.l shopping
binge of i he l in-id-, intct hohdi[" -r ihe
perennial bacchanal of New Years.


In so many instances, Americans are ex-
pected to accommodate themselves, their
culture and language, to that of immi-
grants, not vice versa.
Please do not misunderstand what I am
sa' in,:Ianm noti opposed todie-i sito.in fact.
Ibelie\edi\ei sitvi obea healdin thing. The
culture and the language we celebrate is the
amalgamation of all the.vatrious cult ure
thathave found their %%av 1o diis OtuiuN'.
The English we speak is unlike that in
other partsof the English-speaking world.
And. the reason for that is our readiness to
adopt and adapt from the languages of
im migitants.Capisce?


From hotdogs to pasta, from wonton to
bo i laba issue. America ns have taken im-
migiant \a s ini oIurll hearts and stom-
achs. Parades on Columbus Day and St.
Patrick's Day, huge celebrations for Okto-
berfest and Mardi Gras keep Old World
ways alive in America.
We are proud of our c ultui eI we Ishould
be. And pLecisel because it is a rich cIul-
ture. immigrants should be proud of their
Continuing contr ibutiionlto it.
BILt \\:hlcom-ilg colntr'ibulll'IrS t -i Out0
rich ness is one tlin.sirrender otf what we
ihame accoiuplished is quite another.
FI ankl\. the latnet offend, me.


Teen diabetic seeks donations


to Diabetes Association


MynameisLeslieOxford,Iamal4-year-
old freshman at OPHS, andI was diagnosed
with type I diabetes when I was eight
I'ebeen piut of the A.nerican Diabetes
Assoc lauon alk for the past fi ve \ears and
each year I raise money for the ADA. I've
raised more than $17.000 and this ear m\
goal is to get support frlm more Ct'la )
County businesses, so I a asking busi-:
nesses that my parents and I patronize. My
parents are faithful subscribers to Clay
Today I'm asking foi \ourhIp in leaching
ml 2005goal cf $7.0)(Ii.
I've learned a lot since the da\ I was di-
agnosed and forever became known as a
diabeLic. I don't like hav ing thi diseasebut
it lias become second naturee to me. I wear
an insulin pump'that I program to punip
the insulin that I need to live. I also check,
my blood sugar levels six to eight times


each day.
I believe that researchers are awfully
closetofindii'i a curtefoti diabetes.
This \ euai m ditheTeenAmbassadorfor
the North Florida ADA.1 also plan to go to
Call to Con'gress where I'll learn how to
lobb, and ieet \\ Lidt nm senaitorsand con-
gressmen: And I also plan to apph to be a
National \iuth Advocate for die ADA.
Please send me a check made oit to theo
AmIelrican Diabeite, Assoc iation. It is a tax-
deduttible donation and the business.
name w ill go on the Leam T-shirt. Thanks
folr lo ur help.
Leshlu Oxjoid
OrangePark
Ed;t,, ,ti : '(' 1t m, ii' s nd iu liet, iuL.sl;ie
a t A\ i ,'ian Dtobctl sw.( ;iclio,,S,..",tliha1t-
InDi .S 3S4 B-Bad,,aad'o Rd. S- t 10.
Jioks.,i v0dh. FL 32256.- 7-37


91~~~f~~ AS~h ~~~~~


This letter is for the citizens of Clay County


My husband and and I haei ownd a home
in Clay County for the past 26 years. My
husband is reth ed from Ci' il Service and.
hie alo served hi sconnin it rheKorean
War. He is74 \earN-old and I'm 6i9.Wetry to
be good to our friends and neighbors.
One of our neighbors called County
Code Enforcement and complained that
%e were eli% ing in ourL <.amper.ex en tllhough
we have beauttilul t\wo-stor liomue that we
li\e in. The Code Enfoircement officer
came out and said the call as u nfou ended.


This neighbor iisguoil of lAiking false
allegations and something should bedone.
I'm sure he did not lea e his name, but wre
know who he is.
The law concerning this should be ad-
dressed by the County Commissioners. If
someone callsin to file a complaint, by law
he should have to leave h i- name. If the
call is bogus, he should recei' e a citation
for making a false allegation. Otherwise,

CITIZENS continued on pageA-5


A- d
L =r.h~~,4, ~cfe~~
kMtitf- oicmw e b


0__1 Tlym .3 _._-.

r .; .:... -^. "' ;;- .- '. '. : -- f %- -.- :*_ .v: --; ; ." -"'"" : ':: -"-"". '"" -*


ru kk, 51.,ra*
meihcit much yeat


goPar
taffected..-


I A

Claude Bss~ 66,OrageV~r


a t 13c-Enpu& e A, C u,-& C'aodo, I &C na U..jk ~- 0O, .' TEds M-1
it CLAN COUNTY NMAIL DELIVERR'

QLIT-'JF.C'3IJTY A OUT OF -WTAE
S..M,.lro.no R~ro
CU'T-FrF'4jtjT~f CV, TCC'0A'S
CI3A' CUNTi,-REE0:ErJT. MAIL LIELN.ER,
S..bsmopbon Rale


PCriTMASTER Seun nd-drogs dwanq tIi CqToday aC i~
Coa,"iCrescertn?15ffj Kulgae, Ave., Swe P1. Orange art, Ft. 3aiF." a1
trS .S-R5 63-300) PeivclP.idage Pain at Grange FPark. Finr,1

it, r~ut,". 1Em-rIEr. vo -irP"& r-un


LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
The CU-j T,3u.,,5-0.3y County
Cre-icpnl vabue, nYu' fm.rT. e~ Maililetters to:
Lf eter. 3h-ould optEwed q.i Kr-Atty Ecdotar CIaT:43 &Clay Couy~nt, Cir-a-con
whrtoeo sigr.?an rdrud.a rO 1580 Klng-J Aver~ur, utE I
number. xid b- n, r ,,,man Crange ParE,. Ft. 320:73
Email lttlers to: gzalsmO kpjruip mat1
C 13y Coun olCsscn e;. Faxtets tailrs.o Ann. CGre- Walsh.
& Cit~t ult.Creu~e.I e..rvr M~unaging Eclpl 19,P) 2F-F-uS8
the dignt 'Iedita.IIl fvter;' Websuieef, w r, ayisJ' Ia3 ;be-


CALL 264-3200 FOR.COMP.LE.TE.ADVERTIS'IN,G.INF.ORMIATION SPECIFIC TO,CLAY:.CO.UNTY..,


CIRCULATION AUDIT BY


" VERIFICATION
onwS


October, 13, 2005


CLAYTODAYBIZ


SC..ir, A-4


la o a *.JoN CANRELu, Publisher
SVINCENT GRASSIA, Gmup Manager
& GREG WA SH, Managing Editor
& C .., .. .. r,,: .., ., ...C..1.-- ,- t L... .T iL,,,,-., ._:_A, M -, ; -, 1
A Cm T ty *JusTINFREEMAN,'ProductionManager-
S.PUblishinig NAKrrA POWELL, Publication Designer
S SA Jobmal CoSenubications Newvpper is..n. oLf-,,, .L- ,. E(L i.- t, h ,. wr




When did the U. S. become a subdivision of the world?


. t I


. --._






October 13, 2005 CLAYTODAY.BIZ


Green Cove kicks off relay season


By Trisha Cormeny, Staff
tcorineny@jcpgroup.com

GREEN COVE SPRINGS Spring Park
was dotted with shades of purple and pink
Saturday, Oct. 8, as American Cancer Soci-
ety volunteers kicked off their annual relay
for life season with an information day.
"My grandma had breast cancer. It's a
good cause," said volunteer 18-year-old
Christinie Dougherty of Middleburg.
Dougherty will be walking with the Inter-
act Club of Clay High School. "It helps
everybody affected with cancer."
Dougherty was one of 40 volunteers
who took shifts Saturday handing out


infoim iiatiton packeLsand offeriii gi hiot doigs
and hamburgers.
"Today's event was for anyone that may
be interested in relaying," said Anita Sul-
livan, Aime iriia n Cancer Society Com-
munity Representative for Clay, Baker
and Putnam Counties. "Our caIl is to
have 30 teams make a $100 :coininit ment
to get started. Right now, 5 ha\ e al read\
paid and another 10 are working on rais-
ing the funds."
According to Sullivan. :in 1 -u p of 8-
15 people can participate iin t ie Rclayv for
Life event and encourages everyone to get
involved.
"Relay'sreallyacouni niti\ eicnt.stuwe


'i'11 Sill--~ i neu1-. 1 i pac lls lc"% %.
Toi .'ii boOit l-,cd c ai iinhei tc uflL% ii d
COU I Ml. 0-111ntC I Si li'%a n at 2164-61 i3'i C\L 113.


Eighteen-year-old volunteer Christinie
Doughertyof Middleburg is relaying be-
cause her grandmother is a survivor of
breast cancer. To help raise funds for the
organization, Dougherty made special
earrings.


L;.TFFPHIUOlT l IIKl._HA LU Mt-N
Anita Sullivan, Community Representative for Baker Clay and Putnam units of the
American Cancer Society, helps a volunteer prepare to print out information packets
during the event.


Expert to address Clay future


By Bob Henderson, Staff


ORANGE PARK TheClay Colunt1
Chamber of Commerce has issued an
imitation for thiecommunity tojoinin
mapping out the economic future of
thecount\.
Danita Andrews, director of eco-
nomic development for the Chamber,
sa) s, "Thousands of oulr residents en-
dure long. frustrating and expensive
commutes to woi k each da\ in order to
hate a decent paN ing job. There has
been rapid population growth but not
enough quality business detelopme1nt
within Cla\ Count}. Co m in unit suip-
port is needed for the economic devel-
opment of Cla\ Count\."
She continued, :Join us and learn
how. together, we can map out our


CITIZENS iiom page A-4


anyone who wants to harass someone can
.do so through the Code Enforcement.
I know these officers have enough to do
withlegitimate calls.
While the officer was at our home, he
said we are not allowed to keep our camper
plugged into the electricity even though we
pay our electric. All of us "happy campers"
need to find a wa\ to die Count Comnmis-
sioners' desk to address some of these
ridiculousla',ws concerning our campers.
Our bakeries toour came, s will prob-
ablygodead if we aren't allowed touseour
elec uiciti Our refrigerator will probably
deteriorate, among other things.
Getting back to the bogus call to the
Code Enforcement, I think it is a pretty sad
state when two elderly people cannot
enjoy our twilight years without some
sneaky, underhanded person harassing us.
The law should require that, if you call
Code Enforcement. \ ou hate toleave your
name, and it should be public record.
Maybe this would stop these bogus calls
and innocent people. would not-be ha-


success for tomorrow, and ftlturegen-
erations."
Following workshops i\ ith chamber
members and officials earlier in the
\ear.' illiam FrUith of Policom. Inc. de-
teloped Focus on the Future.a count -
wide strategic plan for economic
development. The Chamber has sched-
uled the first of a series of workshops
to present the plan and receive com-
munity input. Two workshops..
"Roadmap for Opportunitm." have
been slated for:
*Wednesday. OcL 19.6:30 p.nm.at Clay
High School. Ci cen Co\ e Spi ing., and
ThurIday Oct. 20. 6:30 p.m. at
Thri aier-Horne Center on the cam-
pus of St.Jo'h n sRi\e r Communitvy Col-
lege. Ora ngie Park.
The public is encouraged to attend
and participate in these meetings.


rassecl. I do.hope our Count) Commis-
sioners will address this problem.
- Also come o the ridiculous rules con-
cerning us camped owners.
Billand VeraPritchett
Max i.\ rille. Clay County


Section A-5

Mall offers'Pink

Ribbon' card

Special to Clay Today

JACKSONVILLE. K ic king :)f during Na-
tional Breast Cancer Awareness M,,nth.
Simon mnll iis selling a special Pink Ribbon
Simbn Gifcard at he Orange Park Nall on
a limited basis through Febr tar, 2006.
Available in denominiations ,, from $20i
to $500, the Pink Ribbon Simo,-n Giftcard
will be issued b McNitaBank. a federally
chartered savings and loan bank. The
handling fee lfor the purchase of each gift-
card is $3,and $1 of tdis tee % ill be donated
to the Sousain G Komen FunlirdationI for
BreastC(aji-,e Resecdi'i ithi a:guaranteed
lotal niimI ll. doi.i:itiot of $li ..i)li i.
ShoFppersw vli( piurchasea Pink Ribbon
Simon Giftcard will also receive a spec ial
freegift,includinga pink bracelet to wear
in sLpport of the cause.
The mall also ishosting an "InthePink"
special event to celebrate women on Oct.
29 fiom 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The malls will also host "Race for the
Cure" sign-Lup partieson Saturda), Oct. 15,
from 11 am.to 3p.m. Shoppers can register
at the malls to participate in the llth annu-
al race, a signature event from Susan G.
Komen Fotundation's No th Floirida affili-
ate. Liking placeIon Satu rda. OcL '22,.atlMet-
Iopolitan Park inJacksonville. Simon
Pro'pelrt GioutpInc..lieadtjuatered in In-
dianapolis, is a real estate investment trlst
engaged ini the owne ship. delopmeiit
and management of retail real estate, pr i-
mari lv regional malls. Premium Outlet')
enterS-anddcomnunity lifest Ilecenters.


S"My parents couldn't
stop smiling about my
report card. I knew I
made them proud."


Sylvan isn't just for students. It's for parents too.
Imagine your child looking forward to report card day. Your
son getting excited about solving a math problem. Your
daughter wanting to show you how well she can read. It's a
moment when the whole family realizes that learning feels
good.

* First we identify your child's specific needs with a skills
assessment
* Then we develop personalized lesson plans and give your child
individual attention
* And we give you progress reports every step of the way.


ASK ABOUT OUR
SPECIAL TESTING DAY
OCTOBER 19.
269-2000

MESYLVAN
LEARNING CENTER'


www.educate.com


READING ATH WITIN*STDY SILL


New Fall Hours EXTENDED-


$50 OFF]
SYLVAN SKILLS
ASSESSMENT(b
Exp, 10-al-05 Not valid with other


-NEW OFFICE HOURS M






Section A-6 CLAYTODAY.BIZ October 13, 2005


BCC from page A-1
If negotiations fail to result in
a contract with Behring, the
agent will turn to DeFebbo. ;
Behring has been city man-
ager of Deltona since 1999. Prior
to that he had been city manag-
er of Ft. Meade, city administra-
tor of Central City, Neb.; and
assistant to the city manager of
Vermillion, S.D.
He has a bachelor of arts in
political science and a master of Kevir
public administration, both
from the University of South
Dakota.
Friday, Oct. 7, the four candidate fi-
nalists were welcomed at an informal re-
ception with commissioners and
community leaders at Magnolia Point
Golf and Country Club. The reception
:was hosted by the Clay County Chamber
of Commerce;
The next morning candidates met,
one-on-one, with the commissioners. In
the afternoon, they came, one at a time,
before the full board to present them-
selves and field questions.
All four candidates had similar re-
sponses to a number of qiuicstions. Asked
by Commissioner Christ) Fitzgerald if
they were familiar with the county's
budget and what they thought of it, the
general response was that it lacked nar-
rative and planning and controls aspects


MI


of a really good budget All felt that there
was room for improvement.
Asked about his manage-
ment style, Behring replied,
"As manager I would accept
no interference from anyone,
appointed or elected."
Other questions seemed
designed to bring out the dif-
ferences in the candidates.
Bush, for instance, asked
each, one what incident
brought the most emblar-
DeFebbo rassment to him personally
and to his government.
Behring's answer seemed al-
most custom-made for Clay County.
While he was city manager of Fort
Meade, the utility director buried some
illegal sludge rather than disposing of it
properly. Behring learned of the inci-
dent before the media did and he took
immediate action.
He made arrangements to get the site
cleaned up, notified the Department of
Environmental Protection and then
called a press conference. The incident
was contained and without a great deal of
adverse effect on the city or its finances.
Commissioners were unanimous in
theii pi.-iS- of all four candidates, any
of \ ihoi, thc[ said. would have been a
good choice.
With negotiations underway, it will be
several weeks before a new county man-
ager reports for duty.


EliPP P.QPA]I !


SSunday November 6th .
Gates Open at 10:00 am until 6:00 pm
Unlimited Rides until 7:00 pm
12:00 Noon The Battle of the Bands until 6:00 pm


Ice cream maker to honor

Fleming Island Elementary


Special to Clay Today


FLEMING ISLAND- On Tuesday, Nov. 8,
Blue Bell Creai series will honor Fleming
Island Elemen tarl Sclhool with an: ice
cream pa t). The part) is to celebrate the
designation of the school as a No Child
Left Behind-Blue Ribbon School for 2005
b dhe U,S. Department of Education.
At 11 a.m., a Blue Bell Ice Cream truck,
will pull up outside Fleming Island Ele-
mentary School at 4425 Lake Shore Rd. in
Orange Park, and a Blue Bell treat will be
given to each student, teacher and staff
member.
In the revised No Child Left Behind
Blue Ribbon School pr ogram inlsiriuted
this year, elementary and secondary
schools are honored based on one of two-
criteria. Either 40 percent of the school's
disadvantaged children have shown dra-
matic improvement in performance, or
the school's students, of whatever back-
ground, have performed in the top 10 per-
cent on state tests or the top 10 percent in-
the state based on national standards.
The Chief State School Officer nomi-
nates public school candidates for the
award; the number of schools that can be
nominated from each state depends on the


FLEE7WOOD
. Of~tstl
wa; S .
u lC., -c ; ?


nicorn FLORDA'$ OFFICAL BAR-B-QUE COOFI.NG CONTEST


AN e .18th Annual Nov. 3rd-6th



am lawSal


Wynn P-e
I ..ry


& CAhjN~UG CENTER




Claym:Toda~y


A c'ij
4,- A

!VASS~'O
L'. I


Clay.CountyFL s imply y Rp-III It
4- ,Ad, -* Placeu o" ,
Clay County Chamber
RIN PO 4i NP


FAl^^^yV^, 1:%.i-K F er 6
JR -JC


SOME OF THt m 15 N El PTAINMENT YOU'L FINV ANYWIER, ALSO UN IMITE R/DES, AR75 RAFT MEHINITS AND
ADMISSION THURSDAYAND SUNDAY $100 FRIDAY AND SATURDAY $2200 (A PARKG TEEWILL BE CHARGED)


I


number of students and schools in the
state. Private schools are nominated ac-
cording to the same criteria by the Council
for American Private Education (CAPE).
Thirteen schools have been designated
No Child Left Behind Blue Ribbon
Schools in Florida this year. The winning
schools will be honored in a ceremony in
Washington. D. C,this fall
"At Blue Bell, we believe there is noth-
ing more important than encouraging ed-
ucational excellence," said Paul Kruse,
CEO and.president of Blue Bell Cream-
eriesinBrenham, Texas. "We are well aware
that achieving this award required a
tremendous effort from students, teachers,
adininisuratior)and parents: w\e 'antro en-
coi ageand re-%ard thetr efforts. This is
Blue Bell's way of saying, 'We are very
proud of you all!'"


Keystone road

closed at night

for paving work

Special to Clay Today -
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS The Florida
Departmentof Transportation(FDOT)
Public Information Office has an-
nounced that State Road 21 ILawrence
Boun le\.ard), benveen State Road 100 and
SELakeviewDrivewillbeclosedatnight
for paving the final layer of asphalt.
Southbound traffic willbe detoured
to SE C\ pies A\eniuie to SELake'iew
Drive and back to State Road 21. North-
bound traffic will be detoured at SE
Lakeview Drive to SE Cypress Avenue
to State Road 100 back to State Road 21.
"The work is scheduled at night be-
tween 8 p.m. and 6:30 a.m., barring any
unforeseen conditions such as weather,"
said Monica Carson, project spokesper-.
son. "Paving is scheduled to begin Sun-
day night and should be completed by
Oct.16."
PatronsofGenesisFitness,whichisthe
only business open after 8 p.m, will have
accessfromCardinalStreetonthedetour.
This 6-mile project, which extends
through both Chla\ and Bradifo d coun-
ties, began April 19 and is:scheduled to
be completed by late 2005, barring any
weather delays or other unforeseen
conditions. VE. Whitehurst & Sons, Inc.,
of Williston, is under contract to the
FDOT to construct the project at a cost
of $3.4 million.
.For more information about this
project, call 1-800-475-0044, visit
www.northfloridaroads.com or email
monica.carson@earthtech.com.


CAPTAINS
LICENSE


K $399
Price Includes Tuition and all
Bufford HEquipment. No Hidden Charges
Starts on November

uit inc ADAMS MARINE
SEMIMARS
gle liarhoi
mouSc .5crviie

Toll free
7"" 877-447-1950
>w ,T=.u.o..-<* est after course A IthI
VENDORS Capt. Mike Adams
ww.adainsmarne com.
V -


LOCATION: Reynold's Yacht Center Green Cove Springs, FL, SR6 East

F ~ Schedu e of Events .


Thursday November 3rd -
Gates Open at 5:00 pm until 10:00 pm
Unlimited Rides until 11:00 pm
The Ham Jam Talent Showcase,
7:00 to 10:00pm
Winner Opening for Tracy Lawrence on Friday
& Lorrie Morgan on Saturday
Friday November 4th
Gates Open at 5:00 pm until 10:00 pm
Unlimited Rides until 12 Midnight
6:30 to 7:00 pm The Talent Showcase Winner,
7:00 to 8:00 pm The Jonny Bulford Band
8:30 pm Tracy Lawrence
s. 'atwu .November 5th
Gates Open at 10:00 am until 10:00 pm
Unlimited Rides until 12 Midnight
2:30 pm Motorcycle Parade
5:00 pm Cooking Contest Awards
6:30 to 7:00 pm The Talent Snowcase Winner,
7:00 to 8:00 pm The Wynn Peery Band.
8:30 pm Lorrie Morgan


October 13, 2005


Section A-6


CLAYTODAY.BIZ


julay.
-V W-W


Johnny


%M
An.









Residents lambaste Bush over Cecil Field letter


By Debbie Israel Messer and Bob Henderson,
Staff writers

GREEN COVE SPRINGS The Board of
County Commissioners heard from the
residents of Fox Meadows subdivision
Tuesday, Oct. 11, who asked them to recon-
sider their support for the reopening of
Cecil Field
T he comments came during the public
comment period of the meeting where res-
ident Earl Hindman told the BCC he felt
that a letter sent by Chairman George
Bush was an "abuse of power".
Hindman told the BCC he felt dis-
turbed by the lack of process and profes-
sionalism used in sending the letter. He
asked commissioners to investigate the
facts surrounding the reopening of the
base for themselves and to hold hearings so
the public could participate.
Hindman said the statements made in
Bush's letter to BRACG were false prompting
a response by Bush.
Bush then read what he said was a draft
of the letter he had retrieved from his hard
drive to outcries in the audience that he
was not reading the correct letter (the one
sent to BRAC).
Audience members then passed for-
ward a copy of the letter received by BRAC
(found on the BRAC website, www.
brac.gov), which Bush then read to the
commission.
Bush told commission members", you
have to read it three times to get this, but it
was sent as a personal letter."
Bush had asked for permission, at the
August 9 board meeting, from the BCC
members to work with Jacksonville
Mayor. Peyton on the proposal to reopen
Cecil Field
,He received permission from the BCC
to do that but no letter was ever mentioned
nor was the letter sent to the commission-
ers before going to the Mayor or BRAC on
August17..
Commissioners received aJ c-op \ of the
letter by email on August 18. Susan Wiles,
staff to Mayor Peyton, received a copy of
the letter before the county commission-
ers received it as she asked that Bush con-
sider an additional sentence to be added
to the letter.
Fox Meadows resident Dana Bullard
who said as a mother of two she and her
family enjoyed the quality of life in her
neighborhood, which would change if the
base were reopened. Bullard spoke about
the impacts of noise pollution, the dump-
ing of jet fuel over homes, and the loss of
property values due to those impacts..
Ray Kimmerling a Vietnam era veteran
reminded the commissioners of the 11,600
homes planned for in the Branan Field
Chaffee Master Plan. Kimmerling said he
attempted to find out for himself what the
building code requirements would be for
homes within the AICUZ (Air Installation
Compatibility Use Zones, which include
noise and crash zones).
He said he was told by the Clay County
Building Department that he needed to go
to the library and look them up himself.
All or portions of the Fox Meadows and


Oakleaf subdivisions, as well as other sub-
divisions, are considered within the
AICUZ zone for Cecil Field depending
upon the type of aircraft that will ulti-
mately be stationed at the field.
Jacksonville staff reports have indicat-
ed that F-18, upper Hornets are proposed
for transfer from NAS Oceana in Virginia.
TheJacksonville Military Affairs Com-
mittee heard last week thatJacksonville has
not been enforcing AICUZ generated
building or zoning requirements since the
base closed in 1999.
The BRAC has told NAS Oceana op-
erators and the communities surround-
ing the base, including Virginia Beach
that they will close the base unless the
communities are able to eliminate the
encroachment of residences and other
uses on the base.
The communities have to address not
just planned land use activity but pur-
chase/condemn property that is currently
within the AICUZ mapped areas.
Commissioner Pat McGovern whose
district includes Fox Meadows, Oakleaf
and other subdivisions impacted by the re-
opening has placed a Cecil Field update on
the agenda.
McGovern said that while he thought
most people had opposed the closing of
Cecil in 1999 he thought that commission-
ers should "get the facts about the reopen-
ing, "Let's not do what Jacksonville did,
shoot from the hip, and then find out we're
wrong. We should not acceptJacksonville's
numbers for Clay County, we should get
them ourselves."
McGovern said it should be a priority
for the county to get those facts.
Fran Moss, assistant county attorney,
was asked about title for property that was
once part of the base but turned over to
Clay County. Moss said the county still has
title to that property due to issues over the
transfer to the state.
Thepropertvhasbeenise(:cda s.t runi.i-
tion site ftoli u bdN Isioiin activity and was
planned to be used for additional mitiga-
tion. Lassiter said the prior use for mitiga-
tion would have to be considered if the
property has to go back to the Navy.
Commissioner Christy Fitzgerald said it
was premature to make a decision adding"
.We need to get the data from our econom-
ic development community about the im-
pact this will have on the Northwest
corridor., "I understand we already have
people backing out that were going to lo-
cate there.
IN OTHER ACTION, the board heard
from County Attorney Mark Scruby the
a law suit filed against the county by Citi-
zens for Term Limits and Accountability
(CTLA) seeking a declarative judgment
was improper because, "...it doesn't state a
cause of action and provides no contro-
versy."
Scruby advised board members to re-
tain their own attorneys because, while he
will represent the county and the board as
a whole, he cannot represent individual


members. He did say, however, the county
may pay for their defense.
Commissioner Harold Rutledge said he
had been in touch with an attorney injack-
sonville and that attorney is willing to rep-
resent each of them.
Durwood Smith of CTLA said he was
not before the BCC to argue the merits of
the case; he was there seeking.answers.
Smith said his committee wanted to circu-
late recall petitions but needed to know:
If the members needed to be recalled
countywide because that is the way they
were elected, or
If they needed to be treated only on
a district basis because that is the way
they serve.
He said he had approached the BCC


and was told it was a problem for the state
to solve. The state, he said, referred them
back to the county attorney who said he
could not rule on it and that it was a ques-
tion for the courts.
"Someone should be able to take a posi-
tion," Smith said.
Scruby said he would defend the case on
the basis of its impropriety.
REPRESENTATIVES OF the Florida
Department of Transportation, abandon-
ing a full presentation, briefly told. the
commission that a new route had been
added to proposals for a Clay County Belt-
way and that the departments would hold
public meetings at the Clay County Fair-
grounds Nov. 3. They will take place at
4:30,5:30,6:30 and 7:30 p.m. he said.


WHO C Gll ET YOU OUT OF

THAT GAS GUZZLER & KEN
GET YOUR CREDIT APPROVED? IAK


,priced for a quick sale: $ 1,695


X 2005 Chevy Impala LS
Great Condition
must sell: $ 16,995


COME SEE US TODAY... DRIVE HOME TONIGHTA4.
--------------.
,OIL AND FILTER CHANGE.\ KEN CHANCE
$19,95.or FREE i
1 I WWITH APPRAISAL O F -.JKo-?I
Utp to 5 quarts of Castrol oil: $9.95 plus tax and environmental fees/ www.kenchanceysuzuki.com
SALES HOURS: MON-SAT: 9:00-9:00 SUN: 12:00-6:00
SERVICE HOURS: MON-FRI: 7:30-6:00 SAT: 8:00-12:00 Call Jeff or Brian for Appointment
fl \ F~: k 41~ IA' I j: j~pj.1r


WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR??


Rates are at an all time low!! Lower your monthly paym
now! Take advantage of your equity to consolidate debi
make home improvements, or whatever else you need <
for! We are a lender with 100's of programs to choose f
SAME DAY APPROVALS FAST CLOS4!M
* Interest Only Loans
* Fixed or Adjustable
* 100% Financing
* All Types of Credit Welcome
* Purchase or Refinance
* No Income Loans/Self Employed
* Debt Consolidation Loans
* Home Equity Loans
* "New" 40 Year Loans
* Investment Loans
APR 4.586% Rates Subject to Change.
We Have Your Best Interest at Heart.
Honesty and Professionalism Guaranteed.
Call for a free consultation NOW!!

87 7-29-9-8452- -


-U.0
$03BASED ON 1.25% PAYMENT
$200,000 $666.50


StarMark
MORTGAGE LL.C.
6001 Argyle Forest Blvd., Suite 8
-. Jacksonville, -FL 32244 .-


J


J


October 13, 2005


CLAYTODAYBIZ


Section A-7







Section A-8 CLAYTODAY.BIZ October 13, 2005


FALL FESTIVAL from page A-1


the pavilion.
An estimated 37,000 people are ex-
pected to visit the grounds, said Town
ManagerJohn Bowles.
"Of course it depends on the weather,
but we are hoping for another great fall
festival," Bowles said. "Even when it rains
we've heard from our vendors that this
festival draws more people than any other
in Northeast Florida for this weekend."
A number of non-profit organiza-
tions, such as church groups and Boy
Scouts, use the festival to get out their
message. In fact, there is such a demand
for booth space that the town has a wait-
ing list, Bowles said.
"We know we have a good thing," said
Bowles.
A major improvement this year is the
greater number of electrical outlets for
vendors. The town upgraded the service
from 220 volts to 440 volts, giving food
vendors more amperage to run their
equipment.
Earlier in the week town workers
were planting flowers around the pavil-
ion and town hall to dress it up.
Parking and admission is free. Bowles
said there would be expanded handi-
capped parking available in the Town
Hall parking lot.
Seniors coming to the Fall Festival
also can stop by a senior health fair
going on at the Orange Park Senior.
Center on Stowe Avenue, a block south
of Town Hall. Flu shots, hearing tests
and oxygen checks are among the serv-
ices to be offered. For details call (904)
269-4731.
The festival features a wide range of


performances in the pavilion, bringing
such diverse groups as cloggers and
karate schools and singers to perform
there during the event.
"We've got the entertainment going
all day long," Bowles said. "We have
everything from dance groups, with
girls 10 toll years old, to country and
western singers. There's something for
everybody."
Bowles and Gloria Neely, director of
town services, said the pavilion is now
vital to the event. But it wasn't always
such a nice brick and wood structure.
Before it was built, town workers had
to improvise, one year using a parachute
attached to a tree as a makeshift pavilion.
The temporary flooring being in-
stalled for this weekend also has im-
proved from several years ago when
some dancers complained of splinters,
Neely said.
"Little by little with each festival we
have made the changes and have added
things here and there to make it better,"
she said.
In addition to the Fall Festival, the
town also plans for a visit from Santa in
December, the Carrie Clarke Festival in
March and the 2006 edition of Ameri-
can Pie Fourth of July at Moosehaven.
Following is the 2005 Fall Festival en-
tertainment schedule:

Saturday
9:15 a.m. Opening Ceremonies, Clay
HighJROTC and RidgeviewJr. Pewee
cheerleaders
10-10:15 Ridgeview High dance
10:15-10:45 -Jan's Dance Academy
10:45-11- Florita Camp
11-11:15 -Jazzercize


11:15-11:30 Mallory Ramsay
11:30-12 -Jean's Dance Academy
12-12:15 Loman Dixon
12:15-1 Showtime USA
1-1:15 Charlie Palacios
1:15-1:45- Hal Hill's Dance Parti
1:45-2 -Dana Cribb
2-2:30 Step by Step Da nce
2:30-2:45 Wanda
2:45-3:15- Clay Academy of Dance Arts
3:15-3:30 LakesideJr. High dance
3:30-4 Vovinam Fitness Center
4-4:15 Karen Bailey
4:15-4:45 -Kam Lee's Chinese Arts Inst.
4:45-5 Destany Hotard
5-5:15 Patterson Prep Squad
5:15-5:30 -Jessie Valerio


5:30-6 Destiny Dance Center

Sunday
11:30-noon Opening ceremonies,
Fla. Youth Challenge Academy
Noon-1 1st Baptist of Orange Park
1-1:30 NeeNee Davis and Heart and
Soul Choir
1:30-2 Danastions
2-2:30 Skywatchers
2:30-3 Warren Family Cloggers
3-3:15 Wanda Dillaberry
3:15-3:30 -Open
3:30-3:45 Allen Newton
3:45-4:15 Hearts Desire
4:15-4:45 Youngs Karate
4:45-5 Ridgeview High dance


.at son"...

rHOiTOSPECIAL TO CL.A TOD 11

Proud group of cub scouts
Attending the first meeting of the year for Cub Scout Pack 425, which meets at
St Luke's Catholic Church in Middleburg, are, from left, Will Ferrell, Billy Bell,
Rocky Canty, Matthew Dews, Johnathan Dews, Kevin Gregory, Gregory Aiosa
and Hunter Johnson.


Healthy cooking course offered


Special to Clay Today

GREEN COVE SPRINGS -A free, eight-
week healthy cooking class is being of-
fered at Sacred Heart Catholic Church by
the Cancer Project, a national nonprofit


*49 to Enroll'
(Regularly 149 9')

Call 269-3222

for a FREE 1-day pass

and club tour. Hurry,

offer ends soon!


o fli Thy *d% .t3 n-uI n .,~ .n~i.n yA it.,, *t~


dedicated to advancing cancer preven-
tion through ed tcaiaL n and I :Isea ih.
The "Food for Life" course ru ns 1 Ini
Oct. 20-Jan.12 (Thursdays) at the church's
Activities Center, 7190
U.S.17.
The class line-up is as follows:
Oct. 20, 6 p.m.-7:30 p.m., Fueling Up on
Low-Fat Foods
Oct. 27, 6 p.m.-7:30 p.m., Favoring
Fiber
Nov. 3, 6 p.m.-7:30 p.m., Discovering
Dairy Alternatives
Nov. 10, 6 p.m.-7:30 p.m., Replacing
Meat
Dec. 8, 6 p.m.-7:30 p.m., Planning
Healthy Meals
Dec. 15,6 p.m.-7:30 p.m., Antioxidants
and Phytochemicals
Jan. 5, 6 p.m.-7:30 p.m., Immune-Boost-
ing Foods
Jan. 12,6 p.m.-7:30 p.m., Maintaining a
Healthy Weight
To register, contact Page Samec at
(904) 284-3811.
The Cancer Project is a collaborative
effort of physicians, researchers, and nu-
tritionists who have joined together to
educate the public about the benefits of
a healthy diet for cancer prevention and
survival.





S Middleburg United
Methodist Church .
Held in our new Family Life Center'
October 8, 2005
S9am 3pm
SMuscial Group "Hearts Desire" ',,
11 am 12pm
Fish Fry $6
3925 Main Street. Midleburg, R.
,i Call S Woodley at 282-1850
S for more Mlfnna


/
't


Ann, LFF


Section A-8


CLAYTODAYBIZ


October 13, 2005






-rfnb,-r 1 'nflN


CLAYTODAY.BIZ


Section A-9


Orange Park Christian Academy announces photo contest winners


By Kelly J. Stigliano, Correspondent,

ORANGE PARK-This summer Or-
ange Park Christian Academy t-shirts
and uniform shirts could be seen
from coast to coast and beyond.
For the second year, OPCA pre-
sented a Family Summer Vacation
Photo Contest with categories in
Florida vacations, USA vacations and
trips outside of our borders. Students
had to be photographed in their
school uniform shirt or t-shirt to qual-
ify in each division.
Winning for their category were
Savannah Casteel, grade 2 and her
brother Austin, grade 1, for their trip
to the Alligator Farm in St.Augustine.
In the secondary category, Kristen
Aguilar, grade 8, won for her unique
photo at sunrise inJacksonville.
Representing a family vacation


outside of the state, Dakota Fraser, grade 6,
wonfor his colorfulphoto of fishing with his
grandfather at their family farm in Ohio.
With a fun picture in the Skylon Tower
in Niagara Falls, Ontario Canada, Nina
Sanchez, grade 4, walked away with the
prize for the out-of-country group.


Each student participating received a
ribbon and the winner in each category
also received $100.Judges were Pollie Fi-
dler, owner of Paint on Pottery in Orange
Park, Trisha Cormeny, news editor for Clay
Today, and Diane Tuttle, Executive Direc-
tor of Angelwood, Inc. inJacksonville.


PHOTOS SPECIAL TO CLAY TODAY
A beautiful Jacksonville sunrise helped Kristen
Aguilar win Best Photo in her age category.


Hicken visits Eagle Harbor


Special to Clay Today

FLEMING ISLAND Television anchor-
woman Donna Hicken will sign copies of
her book about battling breast cancer on
Friday, Oct. 14, at the Eagle Harbor Chick-
fil-A starting at 11a.m.
Proceeds from sales of the restau-
rant's value combos are being given to
Chicken's foundation to support breast
cancer research.
The employees of CFA Eagle Harbor
also partnered with Country Crossroads


Quilt Shop and First Baptist Church OP
group "Sewing Seeds" and made a pink
ribbon quilt on display at Chick-fil-A
Eagle Harbor.
Tickets to win the quilt are $1 each. The
drawing is Oct. 31.


Savannah Casteel and brother Austin won Best Photo from their Florida vacation.


,.. .


,,, October 15 & 16, 2005 9:00 A.M.- 6:00 P.M.

Food Face Painting Clowns Crafts

Jimmy Craft Master of Ceremonies

Artists Plants Stained Glass


:S V-1 Ro(k wi. i t.f j)t I- ,.'LAY IGI O IR4 'i


9:30 A.M
10-10:15
10:15-10:45
10:45-11:00(
1 1:00-10:15
11:15-11:30
11:30-12:00
12:00-12:15
12:15-1:00
1:00-1:15
1:15-1:45
1:45-2:00
2:00-2:30
2:30-2:45
2:45-3:15
3:15-3:30
3:30-4:00
4:00-4:15
4:15-4:45
4:45-5:00>
5:00-5:15
5:15-5:301
5:30-6:00


RESTAURANT
Eclectic Thai cuisine served
in an elegant dining atmosphere

Delicious Lunches
freshly prepared 16.95 $7.95
Monday Friday 11-2 p.m.
Fine Wines & Import Beer


Dinner Hours: Sun-Thu 5-9:30 p.m.
DiFri-Sat 5-10p.m.

10 HM~ 272-8434
S(next to Sleep City). 7


Log on to

claytodaybiz,


11:30 -12-100
-12:05-1:00~
1 :00J-1:3()


Cp A C(:Tereiutoi Ridgeview ,.Ir. Peetee Cheerleaders
Ridgeview High Dance
Jan's Dance Academy
Florita Camp
Jazzersize
Mallory Ramsay
Jean's Dance Academy
Loman Dixon
Showtime USA
Charlie Palacios
Hal Hill's Dance Party
Danna (C:ribs
Step by Step Dance
\\'a nda'
Clay Academy iof Dance Arts
Lakeside JR. High Dance
\ovi:am Fitness Center
Karen Bailey
Kam Lee's Chinese Arts Institute
Destany Hotard
Patterson Pep Squad
Jessie Valerio
Destiny Dance Center


Open Cerenmoiwes Ridgeview Jr. Peewee Cheerleaders
1st Baptist of Orange Park
NeeNee Da% is & Heart and Soul Choir
Danastions
Skywatchers


2:3)-3:00 \Warrv Family Cogers .-
3:00-3:15 Wanda Dillaberry..
3:45-4:15 Hearts Desire
4:15-4:45 Youngs Karate .' -
4:45-5:00 Ridgeview High Dance

. (o- orof i- -,,u,,ev-god:. .-


uctooer.Lo,


QL I &e L- A-..?& I --l , p it 1 1, 1 .


"AV f L I I p U i 11 1 ',1
0,0 lot 11. 14. 11. E -S G' !,. A 4 -'A 1 ) E % f I






CLAYTODAY.BIZ


Clay firefighters declare


impasse at negotiating table


By Debbie Israel Messer. Staff
disraelmess '

GREEN C\ L SPRINGS Alti n-ii-
m erous ilt ,-l.o ii. _11 slOll. h i liil st-t1 -
ed in Ma\. ith:- Li\ (:o t k fit cfi.luet rs
have det I-icIar Il \ : :t :ti .l n imn pa
with the_ ii>it'II
President C. i \\-i rgItr.t:hliitf n .,i ,'[Ia-
tor for th, fiirf 1 IIhIi l;I.tandi-d a lh- tt.1.,
declaring the impasse to the county's ne-
gotiator, John Dickinson, during their
session on Oct. 5.
Wright said the firefighters presented
an alternative to their prior salary pro-
posal, which they have changed several
times, in the session.
That proposal would have changed
their previous one from three years to
one year, eliminating proposed raises for
the second two years from the bargaining
session for the current contract.
Prior proposals from the firefighters
have included the establishment of a
salary schedule for the firefighters with
a raise for all firefighters, not just for be-
ginning firefighters.
Dickinson, who receives direction from
the Board of County Commissioners
(BCC), had rejected all previous salary pro-
posals from the firefighters, and then re-
jected the proposalpresented at the session.
At that point, Wright presented the
letter declaring impasse.
The process now shifts to include a
Special Master provided by the Public
Employee Commission (PERC).
The commission will provide a list of
special masters to both sides.
On 9 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 25, on the
fourth floor of the county administrative
building, both sides will meet again,
where the process to chose a mediator is


Al kif i-( \ i it ir kr 1[i-n %...'-iidi I[ .i
neut r,, al 'd it ac] ,id tat n, l u! tS



A speia k indi is nof ft, anIredLm-it.
n\\'dse tt lmen:t lant ggr fi o et in[se lnl
Olcti:in a specal master can imp theyi a
mI uist a t a e liM enre t! npt' ,_1..il l it 1[sicrI .n
i.h ,,clI fot l !i pic- :en nr i t i Li.'in2,: 311
neutrahty.
They can issue subpoenas, hold hear-
ings, make findings of fact, and recom-
mend settlement language for each issue
in dispute.
Once a special master is chosen, they
must make a recommendation within 15
days after the last hearing.
Then each side will have 20 days to dis-
cuss the proposed settlement language
and must accept or reject the language.
For all issues not settled through this part
of the process, the Board of County Com-
missioners (BCC) will become involved.
Each negotiating party makes recom-
mendations to the BCC, a public hearing
is held, and the BOC then takes the action
it thinks is in the best interest of all con--
cerned on each issue before it.
After the BCC vote, a proposed collec-
tive bargaining agreement is drawn up
containing those issues agreed upon
in negotiations and the disputed impasse
items
which were resolved by the BCC.
According to PERC if this proposed
agreement is ratified, the matter ends
with a collective bargaining agreement.
If the agreement is not ratified, the
BCC imposes the agreement upon the
firefighters with the agreement in effect
for the rest of this fiscal year i2005-01.
only to start again next-year.


Stop counting minutes.

All incoming calls are free.
Get all your incoming calls free while on the Nationwide Sprint PCS Network or
NtxtelI National Network.


i265 By Motmoloa'
Bsiftt-n tp~aisnrphmee
E...t-,rt W Oke. Talike
-Weib 3rd e-mali enobiEd
- F'5 en'able~d


'- Buy one
Get one FREE
$49.99
SAVE $349.99
'.4.", : '..' on IWO Insrantny
.. Bfflf ," ;t. 'E .I "' .t' *r,,a r, S
.'.e rie Ovi Ce vllh r.lc-l
S L. ,,t Li,'rrh a 're ,me rn





Sprint *
Together with NEXTEL


904-291-3839


FOCUS


.I 0004-4005


Plan includes.
> 00 outgoingrg minute
UintimilEj nati-onw,de waikle talk e service
> Uniimrted nighi & t-eknr, ilntaeri
rtaonPde lad fng tanh..-JErv m inute ev,?ry djy


$49.99...-
O mhe mrlhl, charge: .ppt,
Se, b1w fur de idl:
Stj :.rlter gremr n[





A1 L AMERICAN
.COMMUNICATIONS
SERVICES, INC.

2554 Blanding Blvd,-Suite H
Middleburg, FL


"Rates exclude taxes and Sprint Fees (including USF charge of up to 233% that varies quarterly, cost recovery fees up to $2.83 per line and state/local
fees that vary by area). Sprint Fees are not taxes or government-required charges.
Coverage and rate plan features vary by network. Nationwide Sprint PCS. Network reaches over 250 million people. Nextel National Network reaches
over 263 million people. Offers expire 11/12/05 or while supplies last Offers may not be available in all markets. Terms and Conditions apply Subjectto
credit approval. See store or Sprintcom for details. i265 Buy One, Get One Free Offer: Requires a trial data service subscription ($10- $20/month) per
phone. Data service is free for one month, after which monthly charge will apply unless canceled during trial period by calling customer service at 800-
SPRINT-1. Sprint Free Incoming Plans: $36 activation fee per phone. 5150 SprintPCS or $200 Nextel early termination fee. Free Incoming appliesto calls
received in the US. Overage ($0.40/min). Sprint PC5 domestic roaming calls ($0Q50/mmn.+ $0 25/min. for long distance). Incoming call minutes are not
freewhile roamingwithout adding roamingoption. NationwideWalkie-Talkie: Refersto eitherNextel Nationwide Walkie-Talkieor Sprint PCS Ready Link
service. Sprint PCS Ready Link requires a Ready Link-capable phone. 2005 Sprint Nextel. All rights reserved. SPRINT, the "Going Forward" logo, the
NEXTEL name and logo, the Focus on Driving logo and other trademarks are trademarks of Sprint Nextel. MOTOROLA and the Stylized M.Logo are
registered in the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office. All third-party product or service names are property of their respective owners. All rights reserved.


For subscription information to

Clay Today.cal.l 264-3200 ix136
*..-.,ea


ITUF PHOTO M BOB HENDERSON
Clay County Commissioners held a Life Saver and Meritorious Service Award Cer-
emony October 11 as part of the commission meeting. Lt. Mark David Seymour
was honored as the 2005 Firefighter of the Year. Shown are, from left, Commis-
sioners Pat McGovern, Glenn Lassiter, Harold Rutledge, Christy Fitzgerald, and
George Bush with the honored firefighters standing behind them.


BRIEFS from page A-3


to a Clay County Sheriff's Office re-
port. The four spoke briefly about cars,
then the two friends said they were
leaving.
The man then pulled Myer aside,
according to the report, and told him
to put his keys, wallet and cell phone
on top of the car and to not run or he
would be shot.
The man described as white, about
6-feet-2 to 6-feet-4, about 190 pounds,
wearing a blue corona hat, sunglasses,
black pants, sweater and gloves, and
white Adidas shoes drove away with-
out incident, the report states.,
Myer then rode with the other two
men in their vehicle to a nearby apart-
ment complex and contacted police.
The two friends told police they
never saw a weapon but the man kept
his hands in his pockets, and that the
suspect let Myers get some personal
items from the car before he drove
away, the report states.

Crash involves Clay resident

JACKSONVILLE A Keystone
Heights man was involved in a Thurs-
day, Oct. 6, crash on Florida 9A that
snarled morning commuter traffic
for hours.
Mathew Grisset, 35, was driving a
fuel tanker truck about 5:20 a.m. when
he came upon a two-vehicle accident,
the Florida Highway Patrol said. Fol-
lowing an SUV, Grisset drove to the
right to avoid the vehicles.
The SUV initially went left then
swerved to the right to avoid the vehi-
cles but then drove in front-of the
tanker, which struck the SUV and
overturned, according to an accident
report.
Most of the fuel was spilled in the


accident. Grisset and the SUV driver,
Lottie Fullmore, 67, of Jacksonville,
were not injured, the report states.

Orange Park man killed

JACKSONVILLE An Orange
Park man was among two people
killed Sunday, Oct. 9, when their vehi-
cle overturned and struck a light pole,
the Florida Highway Patrol aid.
Ryan Hlebinski, of the 2300 block
of Twelve Oaks Drive, was driving
eastbound on Florida 202 shortly
after midnight when he lost control of
the vehicle and it began to spin, the
Highway Patrol said.
The 2003 Mitsubishi went off the
road and overturned several times,
ejecting Hlebinski, who was not wear-
ing a seatbelt, and Wesley Figg of
Lewisburg, Tenn. Figg was fatally in-
jured, the Highway Patrol said.
A 25-year-old Jacksonville man,
BrandonJohnson, was seriously in-
jured. A third passenger, Crystal
Williams, 31, of Jacksonville, was not
injured, the Highway Patrol said.

Wreck hurts Keystone man

J ACKS()ONVILLE-A crash iMl-N '-
.day, Oct. 10, on Branan F field -(haffee
Road south of Argyle Forest injured a
Keystone Heights nman.
Stephen B. Revels, 24, of the 5700
block of Lisa Lynn Road, ,a'Is h ALt
when his vehicle crossed the center-
line and struck a utility trailer being
towed by a northbound vehicle, the
Florida Highway Patrol said.
Revels' car hit a second north-
bound car head-on even as it drove
onto the shoulder to avoid a collision,
the Highway Patrol said. The driver of
the second vehicle,Johnny Pharr of
Jacksonville, also was injured.


SUNCOAST RV is pleased to announce
OUR NEW SERVICE DEPARTMENT A,
at 1076 Blanding Blvd. in Orange Park -
* Service and repair on all travel trailers,
5th wheels, pop-ups, and toy-haulers
NO JOB TOO BIG OR TOO SMALL!
sun SALES AND SE-RVICE
COaSt 1076 BLENDING BLVD.
-RV 276-4601


TRIPLED our- Warehouse!
More in Stock Everyday!
Ceramic Tile 17x7 Porcelain Tile 13x13
starting at starting at
1.25cents/sq. ft. 1.90/sq.ft.
7 Full Lines of Floor/Wall & Artwork Stocked
Experience the World of Tile
Ceramic, Travertine. Porcelain

:4E .
\*;; IE Q* .


"Our experience and attention to
detail with each customer is why
we're #1 in the area.


Tile Supply, Inc.


.,-33 PAridgP.ye., Orange Park .(904) 276-0570


October 13, 2005


Section A-10







October 13, 2005 CLAYTODAY.BIZ Section A-li


School Board begins race to complete new schools
School board members and Superintendent David Owens dedicated the sites for
two schools. Board members recently put K-8 school NN's construction on a fast-
track schedule due to overcrowding at Argyle Elementary, which has 500 more
students than it was programmed to hold. It will have 20 relocatables and cost
$16 million. Eventually the 100-acre site will house an elementary, junior high and
high school.
School V, located a quarter mile north of the intersection of CR 220 and 209, is being
constructed to relieve overcrowding at Rideout Elementary.-RideOuts layout will be
used for this school, which will have 18 relocatables and cost $14.1 million.


County executive salaries in

line with state guidelines


By Bob Henderson, Staff
bhenderson@jcpgroup.com

GREEN COVE SPRINGS- With the adop-
tion of the Clay County Fiscal Year 2005 -
2006 annual budget, voices wereraised in
protest of the Board of County Commis-
sioners (BCC) having "given themselves a 5
percentraise." In the nextFYbudget, com-
missioners' will increase from $56,784 to
$60,000.
In actuality,they didno suchthing. What
the BCC did was adopt salary figures for
themselves and theother constitutional offi-
cers-sheriff,countyclerk,propertyapprais-
er, tax collector and supervisor of elections -
as presented in the proposed budget. So
where did the figures come from?
The figures came from the Florida Leg-
islature, or, more specifically, from the
Legislari e Committee on Intergioein-
Snental Rdla ions (LCIR), which derived.
'hem b\ apph ing dihe Salain Compensa-
tion Foi mula found in the Florida staun a-s.
The saI lar\ :ompens:uiion formuIla 1Ihad-
ILS Iruots in l73 when die Legislattue."...de-
termined that a uniform, rather than arbi-
trary and discriminatory, salary law was
needed toreplace the-haphazard, prefer-


.ential, inequitable, and probably uncon-
stitutional local law method of paying
elected county officers."
The formula is population-driven. Two
sets of population groups are used; one set
is for county commissioners and the other
for the rest of the constitutional officers.
Each population group starts with a base
figure to which a series of factors are ap-
plied to reach the designated salary Inter-
estingly enough, county commissioners, as
part-time office-holders, begin with a
lower base pay than any of the constitu-
tional officers.
The figures are not optional; Chapter
145 makes it clear that, "...the salary provi-
sions apply to all designated officers in all
counties of the state, except those officials
whose salaries are not subject to being set
by the Legislature due to the provisions of
a coInthoimerulechaiter...".
B\ termsof the Clai County C(_.hartei,
the BCC must acceptt the fi i i Nes.
C counties ot similar size across Floriia
ha\e similar salai \ leels fr t[heii county
. ciln issionlers.
Ai mI(iLsa\ s te FHorid A.mociadori onfCoutn-
[ies."Sitatewides..alai a\ inci cise, f i cou('illtv
.1ul i,,;ioiln.rsat elra ed ti\eper>;clit..."


School Board looks


at full-time attorney


By Debbie Israel Messer, Staff
disraehnesser@jcpg'roup.coi

FLEMING ISLAND Clay School Dis-
trict board members will consider chang-
ing from a part-time contracted attorney
to a full time 'attorney employed by the
district at their meeting on Thursday,
At their workshop held Thursday, Oct.
6, school board chair Carol Studdard told
board members that it was time to re-con-
sider the status of school attorney Bruce
Bickner.
Studdard said that with positive evalu-
ations from the board and other staff
that it was time to make the move.
Bickner told the board that as a full
time attorney he could save the district
funds now spent on specialized attorneys,
such as those hired to advise the district
concerning impact fees.
Along with his employment, he indi-
cated that he would need support staff, li-
ability insurance, a subscription to
Westlaw (an online legal research ser-v-
ice), and paid conferences four times per
year. Benefit costs will add in the neigh-
borhood of 25-30 percent, according to
Superintendent David Owens.
For the support staff he said the dis-
trict could contract out that position and
save money over hiring a legal secretary
for the district.
Bickner now makes approximately
$108.(00 for pai t time work; which Bick-
ner says is often act i all v full-tine work.


w


"You're getting a deal right now as it is,"
said Bickner.
The total costs of the proposal will be
calculated by the district's human re-
sources department, which will report to
the school board at the i1 ,i t i-
.Owens raised the issue of salary saying
that he did not believe that the attorney's
salary should exceed that of the superin-
tendents.
Board members differed on that
point.
Board member Lisa Graham said the
salary for the attorney might be higher.
"This person will be giving up a salary of
a private practice attorney, adding that
the salary might need to be in the range
of $140,000."
Between salary, benefits, support staff
Sand associated costs the total cost of the
position will likely exceed $200,000.
Board members listened to Owens but
determined that they would wait to con-
sider the salary amount.
Bickner said if he takes the full time
position he will take some time to reduce
his existing caseload, transferring some
cases to other attorneys or, in some cases,
seeing the cases to conclusion. Bickner
currently handles medical malpractice
cases.
As for ajob description, Bickner said
he would be writing a proposed job de-
scription for the board's consideration.
There was no discussion of establishing
the position and posting the position for
outside applicants.


The American Cancer Society s
Fashions For A Cure


S Orange PNark


1711 BLENDING BLVD. NeDr
387-6527 c.
IC.,rr, n or zf .l :.-I -,rh ar,1 E,lhnd,r arii j.Er, .---
MON- SAT 10A.M PM. -

lU1TJ7! SCHOOL BAND INSTRUMENTS '99 AND UP


Located next to Ridgecrest Publix
868 Blanding Blvd. O.P.
Open Tues Sat 10 ,IH 6.00


Prese-t

,-Present

", .. i,
o o .-. ',.'w.. .. .


Celebrating Cancer Survivors as They Model
Fall Fashions by Belk, Orange Park

FASHION SHOW & LUNCHEON
Friday, October 21 2005 11:30 a.m.

Cypress Club & Ballroom,
797 Blanding Blvd., Orange Park

For more information or to purchase tickets, call the
American Cancer Society at:
904-264-6039, ext. 110
Tickets $35


log on to claytoday.biz


CaLL Lt ar all l.wu tjcwudeI ^jeiL^!

CarlsonWagonlitTravel
Live Oak Plaza /. .
U.S. 17 & Kingsley Ave. 269-0001N
fl A (Between Eckerd's & Winn Dixie) ,2


CLAYTODAYBIZ


Section A-11


October 13, 2005


....... . .
............
rail







Section A-12 CLAYTODAY.BIZ October 13, 2005


W c7usiness



'J' Adore Vous' trying to fit in to Green Cove Springs


By Greg Walsh. Managing Editor


GREEN COVE SPRINGS- There is a quiet
determination in Patti Miniard's eyes. -
It's the look of someone who knows they
are in for a battle they hope to win, but just
might lose.
Miniard ownsJ' Adore Vous, a new Ital-
ian cuisine restaurant on U.S. 17 north of
Green Cove Springs and across from Winn-
Dixie. In an area dominated by established
barbeque restaurants, Miniard has decided
to offer steaks, chicken, seafood, pizza, pasta
and a special menu for diabetics.
"There's lots of barbeque places ...," she
said, "but you can't eat barbeque 24-7.
That's what I'm battling."
The restaurant offers two distinctly dif-
ferent settings for meals. There's a large
banquet area that could hold up to 150 peo-
ple and is where daily buffets are available.
But the front of the building also fea-
tures three smaller dining areas, which
Miniard has named the El Petit Room, the
Vino Room and the Classic Room. The
rooms are an alternative to some chain
restaurants that pack as many people into
large, open eating areas.
Despite a beautiful interior and tasty
hiniiitimadeItalian g, od:l.Miiitard i:l:audin -
a ringarti p-i ceplir i.n a:oi it the building'
35-) ear past. A telemarketing company, a
boat shop, a mechanic's shop, and most re-
cently, a funeral home have used it
Several people have made unkind com-
ments or jokes referring to the funeral
home, while others say the building's past
is too much to overlook. Miniard said one
woman who works nearby told her she
knew the food was good but could never
eat there because she attended a-relative's
funeral there.
"I told her they didn't die here," she
said. '"ou just said t good\ e to them here.
So this should bejoyous place because you
should have memories of them going to.
our father.
"That's what 'm running into out there."
Miniard also is struggling with ways to
get attention to the building, which is


tucked between a house on the north and
an equipmentsupply business to the south.
Across the street is the Winn-Dixie.
"If you don't know where I'm at you will
miss me," she said. "I can't have signs, I can't
have balloons (due to county ordinances),
so I'm going to do Christmas lights and
chandelier posts."
The diabetic menu is an addition
Miniard feels is definitely needed.


J' Adore Vous cook Joe Procello has nearly 30 years of restaurant experience.


STkfF PHOTOS B) GREG WUiSH
Patti Miniard, owner of J' Adore Vous in
Green Cove Springs, designed each room
in the restaurant, including the Classic
Room where she's standing.

"WhenIgoou ti toeatam verylimited
on what I can eat," she said. "That's why I
pit ihediabeuc itemson there aswell.Peo-
p:le like die taste Italian, but le,\ don'twant
to eat all the Italian with all the carbs and all
the sugars. I can give them a carbless pizza
or a carbless calzone or stromboli."


The restaurant, across from Winn-Dixie on U.S. 17 north of Green Cove Springs,
opened about three weeks ago.


This is Miniard's second venture into
the restaurant business. The 35-year Clay
County resident operated Patti's Pasta &
More on County Road 220 near Eagle
Harbor fir [three earsr.
'When hcr lease ranoutil this\ea sheim-
mediately beg.n lookmig for a new home.
She wasn' stue if ilthe building was iginht
die first time through, but b\ thie next da\


she was sure it was.
"The next day I prayed about it and the
Lord brought me back here," she said.
While her specialty is Italian food,
IMiniamd said she opted for a Fiench name
-J' Adore o\us French lor "I lohe Nou' -
to atu'act wedding receptions.

J' ADORE VOUS continued on page A-13

t,-


More than 30 million American women lare menopausal. MNrt are approaching
thit- p:rsona.il tr.;nsmiun. during S hi.:h arnous forins of hormone
th:erap% bc:>me nrces.I v' to help treat s.mipitom rn .uh a, hot fla.he.,
,vchLt gain, moodine, and ,kcp ditdrbancc,

Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement
Therapy wra, be an effective solution for those
women-who want anith-ir opion co synthetic: hor-
mone htraipy'. Compounding pharmacists can
prepare trctnmetts Liing plant-derr.d.- hormone
that are biologically identical to thowe narurall. occurring in women,
and specially adapted to match your individual hormone levels.
You're unique-'.'h', .shouldn',i ru the rap be?

Ask our pharmacist about Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy today.

Kelly L\ Day ., R Ph.
1994-A Kingsley Ave. Orange Park, FL 32073
6i)4 2, NS-0873 Fax (904) 272-9680
... ..arkin o.nph3 r macv.com
E-mail- i-eal .:are4*atiii)-,opharman ,:.,,i
Compounding Solutio'zi for Your Health


CLT-0149-3805


.. 1- 11 -- ---- ------- -


October 13, 2005


CLAYTODAYBIZ


Section A-12


I MENTIONTHIS AU


,i, 2004 vcd.







%-Ftnhr 1I CA OA BZein 1


Cosmetics store offers brand names at discounted prices


By Trisha Cormeny, Staff
IcornIeny@jcpgroup.comI

ORANGE PARK Searching for Lanc6me,
Razzle Dazzzle or Pur Elements but don't
want to pay the boutique prices?
Mike Goddard can help.
"We sell brand names for less," said God-
dard, who along with wife Angela, owns the
newly established Cosmetico. "None of our
products are returned items from other
stores. If a store cancels an order, we acquire


store like this. We receive a lot of compli-
ments on the store and the products."
Not only can a customer get a Lanc6me
cosmetic case originally priced at $42 for
$24, but Cosmetico also offers a host of its
own skin care products as well as the Razzle
Dazzle and Pur-Elements lines. .I
"We haven't had a lot of traffic," said
Angela Goddard, who also said that she
plans to start marketing her store online as
well as through various mail outs. "It's in-
teresting searching for the products..We


Owners Mike and Angela Goddard showcase just some of the products they offer.


those and that's how we're able to offer our
products at deeply discounted prices."
According to the Goddards, Cosmetico
was something they fell into after being in
the signage business for many years.
"We've worked together for at least 12
years doing image conversions and got
tired of traveling," said Mike, who relented
the couple had originally planned to open.
a dollar store in the area but decided
against it when they realized the need for a
disco inted cosmetLieic location. "Oiher
than Sall\ Beatu\ Suppl there's no older


don't carry a full line, but we search for
whatever products we can get in here and
offer at a substantial savings."
While trying to get their barely month-
old business off the ground, the couple is
perhaps more excited about a new oppor-
tunity they are offering the community.
"We're looking for cosmetic demon-
strators,".said Mike Goddard. "It's really a
i' :k from 111ome, independent contractor
position. If someone wants to work week-
ends demonstrating a couple of ,ur prod-
ici[s tlie\ can stop b\. \1e C\ ill pro\ ide the


demonstration kit and products, so they
have no out-of-pocket expenses. We're out
to split this a fair way."
The couple is already looking toward
the future and seeing red lipstick canvass-
ing the state with the words "Cosmetico."
"We want this to be a family, close-knit
type of place where we all succeed," said
Mike talking about the independent con-
tractors. "We want to develop our website
to become an ecommerce site. You can't
beat the price and we don't buy returns,
only closeouts or overruns."
Located at 868 Blanding Blvd., Cos-
metico is open 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Tuesday-Sat-
urday and plans to extend its hours once
the holiday seasonhits. For more informa-
tion or to order products, call 276-0362.
See related advertisement page A- I


J' ADORE VOUS from page A-12

"When I was doing the banquet room,
I was thinking no bride is going to want
to come to Patti's Pasta & More to have
her wedding reception. I thought Iwould
come up.w ithJ Adore Vi S," she said.
Miniard, a single mother whose two
adult sons work in ile restaurant, does-
n't have a lotoftime to fightfor business.
She said she" spent more than $23.000 in
Icntl[ sinceJtinc.,renoa'ingtdie interior
to include a full kitchen.
"I wasn't open during that time so I
wasn't making a in money\ I'm piret\
much tapped ou.'" slie sa i. In"I'm lipini
that this hulidlaN e.in will be very
good, that we can get some (Christmas)
banquets and i eepi-on-- in here right-
away and it will start taking off."
DinnerI c-la tcs sia't .It $6.95 aid in-
clude a salad. The mecnu te.ituiies boiled
specials and \ eal. baiked.sp inach.altire-
do. chicken a(nd a fooi(d enuees.There'.


STAFF PHOTOS BY TRISHA CORMENY
Products such as these can be found in-
side Clay County's newest cosmetics store,
Cosmetico.


also a sandwich list.
Wine .is available by the glass, and
Miniard plans to open a small bar area
once she receives her state liquor license.
The lunch buffet, offered Monday
through Friday, costs $6.95 and is all you
can eat. The $9.95 dinner buffets is avail-
able Monday through Thursday.
"This is my dream to always have," she
said. "I always feel there's not anything
you can't do if you put your mind to it
and have the Lord on your side and you
can get through it.
'As long as you think positive about
yourself and what you do and you know
what you're doing is a good thing, you'll
be fine. But know it's going to be tough."
Hours of operation forJ' Adore Vous,
3265 U.S. 17, are 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Monday-
Thursday; 11 a.m.-10 p.m. Friday; and 5-10
p.m. Saturday. For more information,
call at (904) 284-5171 or 284-5929.
See related advertisement page A- 12


-WE-LLNESS
WSupportingESDA

WEDNESDAYS


This Month's Topic: Depression & Anxiety
* Find out what causes Depression and Anxiety
* Be screened for Depression and General Anxiety Disorder (GAD)
* Learn why these medical conditions can be successfully treated, and why
80% of patients will improve with proper care
Wellness Wednesdays are a valuable community service from your hometown healthcare
experts at Orange Park Medical Center. Make plans to feel good and live better when
you join us at this informational, health-screening event:


Wednesday, October 26th 7am to 10am
Orange Park Medical Center
Registration Lobby
2001 Kingsley Avenue


CLTOO733905


Section A-13


CLAYTODAYBIZ


October 13 2005






OULInnA1 LATDYBI coer1,20


eacures


a 0


County says goodbye to public servant


By Trisha Cormeny, Staff
tcornieny@jcpgroup.cont


GREEN COVE SPRINGS The g
community said goodbye to a man
who many say was instrumental in
getting better roads and schools in
Clay County.
Samuel David Saunders
passed away Sept. 30, leaving be-
hind a legacy of public service to
the county and state. He was 99
years old,
"He was a man I admire a lot,"
said Joe Whitley, pastor of First
Baptist Church of Middleburg who
fondly remembers his former
parishioner and friend. "He was a
fascinating fellow."
. Saunders was one of the found-
ing members of the Clay County
chapter of the Cattleman's Associ-
ation and went on to become the
District 3 County Commissioner:
from 1943-48, state representative
for 20 years, trustee of Middleburg
Elementary and supervisor of elec-
tions for Clay County from 1967-74. Sam
three
Saunders was born in Sunny-
side, a former community west of
Thunder Road, to a wealthy family
whose father at one time owned 159 acres
between Penney Farms and Black Creek
Road and served as a member of the Clay
County School Board.
Saunders g rew up in Sunnyside, at-
tending the one-room schoolhouse until
he reached the eighth grade.


PHOTO SPECIAL TO CLAY TODAY
uel D. Saunders served the community for
e decades before being laid to rest last week.

"He was a self-made man," said Whit-
ley of the man who at one time owned
5,000 acres in the county. "He lived a-very
productive life."
According to documents provided by
the Clay County Hiroi ic:il Archives,
Saunders raised cattle, owned a sawmill'
and worked for the Penney family before


becoming a board member. of the Pro-
duction Credit Association, which he
served on for 30 years.
"He did a lot for Clay County," said
Whitley. "He pioneered the Clay County.
Fair and helped found the Rotary Club in
Middleburg."
According to a document provided to
the archives, Saunders was a man of ac-
tion and loved to tell stories about his
time spent lobbying for better schools
and roads for the county.
One such story from the archives tells
of how Saunders fought to get a
statewide sales tax tohelp bolster edi ica-
tion funding for Florida's school system.
The bill faced a lot of opposition, includ-
ing a Senate that originally killed it.
"Sam was furious and low-riated the
Senate... and said they were going against
the school children of-Florida," read the
document, which also stated that Saun-
ders got the bill passes, adding $28 in il-
lion to the education budget
By the time he'd left Tallahassee,
Saunders had made many influential.
friends, including Gov. Fuller Warren,
the Penney family andJ.P. Hall.
He ended his public service to the.
county as Supervisor of Elections before
retiring in 1974 to his home on Black
Creek Road.
"He was a self-made man who had a
tremendous determination and drive to
succeed," said Whitley. "He probably did
more for this county than any other one
individual".
Saunders was laid to rest at Hickory
Grove Cemetery last week.


Development Authority installs four officers


Special to Clay Today

ORANGE PARK The Clay County
Development Authority held an instal-
lation banquet for its newly elected of-
ficers on Tuesday, Oct. 4, at The Club
Continental in Orange Park. I.
Circuit CourtJudge William Wilkes
administered the oath of office to in-
coming officers Chaii man Henm Ba -
irow; \ice-C(hairmasn \Villiam Simmons:
SecretaryBetr \ And rsen:and Treastueei


Stop by and try our Signature Wine & Cheese Sandwich! A toasted baguene basted
with fresh wine & cheese dressing and layered with turkey breast melted provolone,
bacon, lettuce and tomato

Or how bout our delicious RBCC. Roast beef, cream cheese, provolone cheese served on
a baguette with hot au jus on the side

Looking for something different? Try the Bavaria. Corned beef, turkey breast and
provolone cheese layered on pumpemickel-rye swirl topped with sauerkraut and
1,000 island dressing.

So, whatever your tastes, we've got it! FromSalads and Wraps to Sandwiches and Soup.
We're more than just bagels! -..---... 1 -


Molly Case.
The additional members of the De-
velopment Authority include Barry
Allred, David Robertson, Susan Wood
and Grady Williams, counsel.
The Clay County Development Au-
thority was established\ ia :peial act of
the F lor ida Le-islate ieinl 1957. It Lorks
to increase jobs and promote sound eco-
nomic development for Clay County.
The members serve four-year terms
and are appointed by thegovernor.


Residential Commercial
Spraying Custom
Specializing in Faux Finish
Call Aaron Emerson
(904) 502-7077
(904) 777-9123
For A Free Estimate .
Licensed & Insured


- CLAY'S MOST WANTED H1)


I i' Milton Myles


Address: Jacksonville, FL
Eyes: Brown
Case#: 102003cf221
Bond Amount: none
Wt: 150 lbs


DOB: 03/16/78
Race: Black
Sex: Male
Ht: 5'7"
Hair: Black


I .... Wanted for:
_ VOP Aggravated Child Abuse
CLT-C048-4105


W-- ,.""' '.... ... U "I't-'----.-'- .-a *'--
es Aj 2006 at 2001. .Yced
New Cruise Ship MSC Opera
S. .. .. .. .....
Cruise January 28, 2006
904-291-6115


v


Skynyrd fans

plan OP event

Special to Clay Today
ORANGE PARK An event for all
Lynyrd Skynyrd fans put on and spon-
sored by Frynds.com, an independent
Internet-based fan group and local
rock band, is set for Nov. 4-5 at the Qual-
ity Inn at 300 Park Ave.
Fans of the Lynyrd Skynyrd band,
which formed 30 years ago in Jack-
sonville; come-for a weekend to share
memories, music and "fryndships" be-
cause of their common interest in the
bands music.
Theeventisstrictlya"fanbased" event
and there is not endorsement by the cur-
rent minemberofL\ n\ rd Skynyrd, who
are not expected toa.tend.
The events will be held in the motel's
c(onfeence wiener and Mi Casa Lounge.
Local rock band KYMYSTRY will host
the entertainment starting at 9 p.m. Fri-
day and Saturday.
"Sk\ n\ idSs teMap'" outliningloca-
tions of Lynyfd Skynyrd related points
of i nteresrt will be provided.
KYNMYSTRY lead singer Nadine
Atkinson, aJacksonville native, has or-
ganized the "Skynyrd Frynds Tribute
Weekend" since October 2002 and was
involved as a volunteer with previous
events since 1997.
She founded the frynds.com ebsi te
in September 2000.
The Lynyrd Skynyrdband originat-
ed in Jacksonville in 1964 as "My Back-
yard". after er eial name changes they
settled on Lin\ id Ski n\ ird in 1970.
OriginalleadsingerRonnieVanZant,
guitarist Steve Gaines and backup vocal-
ist Cassie Gaines were killed in a 1977
plane crash.Guitar ist llen Collins sur-
vived the plane crash butsuffered paral-
ysis from a car accident and died in 1990.


October 13, 2005


CLAYTODAYBIZ


Section A-14









Salon to offer free hairstyles


for hurricane victims


By Trisha Cormeny, Staff
(tormeny@jcpgroup.comin

ORANGE PARK When United Nations
Day rolls around Oct. 24, one local business
will be opening its doors to anyone in the
community affected by Hurricanes Katri-
na and Rita.
"I chose that day because I felt it is evi-
dent that we should come together as a city,
state, nation and world," said Azure Camp-
bell, owner of Am'Biance Salon on Bland-
ing Boulevard, which will be hosting a free
hairstyle event. "We're doing hair for the
ladies. That's the least we can do."
The services, which range from $30 for
a shampoo to more than $55 for coloring
and other hair care services, are something
Campbell says she and her other two styl-
ists knew they wanted to do as soon as
they'd heard about the tragedy.
"If the ladies look good and it gives
them more confidence then we've suc-


Special to Clay Today
ORANGE PARK The Clay County De-
velopment Authority held an installation
banquet for its newly elected officers on
Tuesday, Oct. 4, at The Club Continental
in Orange Park.
Circuit CourtJudge William Wilkes
administered the oath of office to in-
coming officers Chairman Henry Bar-
row; Vice-Chairman William Simmons;
Secretary Betty Andersen; and Treasurer
Molly Case.
The additional members of the De-
velopment Authority include Barry
Allred, Dji id Robertson, Susan Wood
and Grady Williams, counsel. -
.The Cla\ County Development Au-
thority was established by a special act of


ceeded," said Campbell, who has lived in
Mississippi and whose heart went out to
the families."I love pampering women and
making them even more beautiful."
Stylist Lorrie Shine will be putting her
seven years of experience to work for the
event as well.
"I'mhere to help anybody that I can and
just to help them build their confidence
and self esteem," said Shine. -
Orange Park resident VickieJackson
wants to help the hurricane victims have
"healthy, beautiful hair."
"I want to help the less fortunate as well.
as the unfortunate," said Jackson, who's
been weaving hair since 1993. "I was doing
it while I was in the Army and just contin-
ued doing it"
Those wishing to participate in the
event, which takes place from 9 a.m. to 5
p.m., must make an appointment by calling
272-4611 or stopping by the shop at 793
Blanding Blvd.,.beside Sparkle Pools.


STAFF PHOTO BY TRISHA CORMENY
Owner Azure Campbell enjoys talking with her customers while styling their hair.
* --


Center Academy
Founded in 1968


ADHD & LD
Motivation


Learning Problems
College Prep

McKay Scholarships


Mandarin
Orange Park
St. John's Bluff
West Side Jacksonville


Small Classes
Accredited


904-448-1956
904-276-3552
904-645-5366
904-317-3179


www.centeracademy.com
CLT-002-.3705


the Florida Legislature in 1957. It works
to increase jobs and promote sound eco-
nomic development for Clay County.
The members serve four-year terms and
are appointed by the governor.


I fl I ,iiflUDUim c {l

I SAVE
S

I I


S3555 Hwy 17 South Orange Park 269-1120
L.- -- -.


CrELSvAers
\ FRESH SALADS AND SUCH


Great news! We've just added over a dozen HOT gourmet items to our menu...including
baked potatoes, flat bread, and toasted sandwiches, plus a complete kid's menu. Now, you'll
like us even more, because these new dishes are a great main course both noon and night.
* Big BIG baked potatoes covered in pot roast,.Tex-Mex chicken, and more -'*,'
* Crispy flat breads with nine savory toppings
*Toasted sandwiches a new French Dip, and three other favorites


Bring the kids...we love 'em!
They'll munch happily on our new
macaroni and.cheese, quesadillas, and other (
kid friendly favorites. Each kids meal includes
one side dish (like broccoli or carrots
and ranch dip, apple chunks
with caramel dip, mandarin oranges.
or strawberries) and a beverage.


I


ORANGE PARK
FASHION SQUARE MALL
1754 Wells Road


_'_ ..--". Phone 904-264-3 163
SCRISPERS Fax 904-264-3263
... . . .


| SAVE $2
I on any HOT nienu itemn!
* This coupon gives you $2 OFF
any of our flat bread, potato. I
or toasted sandwich creations
I priced over $4.99. Get 'em ., .'0
* while they're hot! '

I ONE OFFER PER COUPON
ONE COUPON PER VISIT EXPIRES I1-27-05 4.17


SAVE $2

Bring in this coupon-
.and enjoy $2.00 off .
I any Crispers kids meal.
II


ONE OFFER PER COUPON ONE COUPON P.ER'1SIT
3 EX PREi 11.2705
* -*- I*


Smith earns

Eagle honors
New Eagle Scout Brandon Smith, right,
is congratulated by Scoutmaster Jerry
Scogin of Troop 361 during a ceremo-
ny at the Clay Community Church in
Orange Park in July. Orange Park
Mayor Phyllis Renninger, Clay County
Commissioner Harold Rutledge, Boy
Scouts District Executive Gary Stasco
and Orange Park Police Chief James
Boivin attended the ceremony.
rilOT1o fPECIL LTO CL TOD,N\


Development Authority


installs four officers


Crispers

presents...

NEW FOOD!


Section A-15


CLAYTODAYBIZ


October 13 2005






Section A-16 CLAYTODAY.BIZ October 13, 2005


CORRESPONDENT PHOTOS TONT A DAV IE

Fall events held in Middleburg l
Two special annual events were held for friends and neighbors on Saturday, Oct.
8. One was the Fall Bazaar at Middleburg United Methodist Church. The other was
the Block Party, which was set up a block away in the Weigel Senior Citizen's park-
ing lot. In the top photo, Jennifer Shields bought snacks from Kathy Saunders dur-
ing the Fall Bazaar. In the bottom photo, Middleburg Winn Dixie employees served
hot dogs and drinks donated by the store. Shown are, from left, Jennifer Whitlock, -
Tonya Fedderly, Christy Miller, Laura Dyson and store manager Mike Finnick.


District releases draft of


long-range water plan


PALATKA The St. Johns River Water
Management District recently released the.
2005 District Water Supply Plan for public
.review and comment
The draft plan addresses water supply
needs through the year 2025. and identi-
fies alternative water supply project op-
Lionl- I.: tnoetiig tiluoe needs.
The public is encouraged to review the
draft plan. The draft plan is available on
the district's web site at www.sjrwmd.com
(click on water supply).


To obtain a copy of the draftplan on CD,
con.(-,l[ DinaHiilI.lheini3r 11 38t i 'S2' -4'2390or
b) e-tiiil j.I di i mi hein'.?',jL in' Id coin.
Comments on the draft plan can be
submitted by e-mail to Lisa Parks at
lparks@sjrv.md <-om. Wi itteni commnnts
ca n'be mailed to Lisa Parks. St. JoIlms
Rzier \-atcr Nlanagement Dii i, it,[Di i-"
sion of Water Supply Management, 4049
Reid Street, P.O. Box 1429, Palatka, FL
32178-1429.
Comments must be received by Oct 31.


Knights of Columbus council receives

third consecutive top international award


Special to Clay Today,
GREEN COVE SPRINGS Knights of
Columbus, Sacred Heart Con m il 11 22 i.
Green Cove Springs, has earned the
third consecutive distinction of Star
Council, the international organiza-
tion's top award, for the 2004 2005 fra-
ternal year.
The organization's headquarters in
New Haven, Conn., made the announce-
ment about the award recognizing over-
all excellence in the areas of
membership recruitmentandretention,
promotion of the fraternal insurance
program and sponsorship of service-ori-
ented activities. The award was presented
to the membership by Michael Creech,
district deputy for District Nine, at a spe-
cial ceremony held on Oct. 6.
In announcing the local winner of
the Star Council Award, Carl A. Ander-
son, president of the international or-
ganization, said, "Please accept my
sincere congratulations upon attaining


this prestigious award. The dedication to
the principles and aims of the Order
shown by your officers and members is
exeminplifiedb\ thehi:h st.andardofex-
cellence you have achieved. At the same
time, I encourage you to carry forward
this enthusiasm to meet the challenges
that will face the Knights of Columbus
in tl i( >::u.w s ahead."
Paul W\-,jIj.ik. hi'ad of Sacred Heart
Council 11220, was proud of his branch's
achievement
"The third consecutive Star Council
award is quite an honor for us. We're ex-
tremely proud of this accomplishment,"
said Wojcik.
The Knights of Columbus is a
Catholic, family, fraternal, service or-
ganization with nearly 1.7 million
dues-paying members in more than
12,000 councils worldwide. In 2004,
Knights gave more than 60.8 million
hours of volunteer service and donated
$135 million to charitable and benevo-
lent causes.


FLORIDA INSTITUTE for

REPRODUCTIVE MEDICINE


Subscribe to Clay Today call 264-3200 x136
+ ,, .- r


October 13, 2005


CLAYTODAYBIZ


Section A-16







October 13, 2005 .CLAYTODAY.BIZ Section A-17


Neighborhood Watch

meeting to feature

RHS drama club
Special to Clay Today

GREEN COV E SPRINGS Sheriff Rick
Beseler invites the public and all Sheriffs
Office personnel to the quarterly Neigh-
borhood Watch Group meeting 7 p.m.
Thursday, Oct.27.
The Sheriffs Office Community Rela-
tions Unit personnel at Ridgeview High
School will conduct the meeting, which
will focus on honoring law enforcement
officers who died in the line of duty.
The Ridgeview High School Drama
C iub will reenact actual incidents that
have occurred during which a deputy or
officer lost his or her life in an effort to
catch a criminal or protect a citizen.
These quarterly meetings are held to
provide residents, Neighborhood Watch
Group members and non-members alike,
an opportunity to interact with local law
enforcement face-to-face and to ask ques-
tions about crime and safety issues affect-
ing their specific nei6hbo ihoods, ,hool,
and businesses.
Each .gaidring is diffe Itu and hla.;i :1 dif-
kT.renltierne or lociuis.dic leheri lloiie said

Pet Portraits

raises funds
Special to Clay Today

ORANGE PARK -- Pet Portraits by
Michael raised more than $1,100 for the
Clay County Humane Society during the
September 2005.fundraising event.
Michael Joseph, of Pet Portraits by
Michael, will travel to Indiana in October
2005 to partner with the Humane Society
of Indianapolis for the 11th straight year.
Ori'iniall from Allentown, PA,
Josephhastraveled [hI ougho(Ir the i.ast-
ern U.S., photographing people and their
pets. Twenty years,15 states and nearly
40,000 p tn aii (iti i iLigs late r, ahmoist eeI v
breed of dog and cat have had their
chance in front of Joseph's camera. In
fact, he has photographed more dogs
and cats than one could fit into each seat
atJacksonville's Alltel Stadium.
To learn more, visit www.petportraits-
bymichael.com.


I-..


A














PHOTO 'PECI AL TO CL M TODAN

OP Garden Club officers assemble
These officers gathered at a recent meeting of the governing board of the Garden Club of Orange Park. President Rita
Harper, left, First V ice-president Margaret Stanfield, Second Vice-president Roz Speglevin, Fourth Vice-president Sara Bed-
sole, Parliamentarian Marion Hilliard and Treasurer Rachel Wilson. Not present were Third Vice-president Zana Burnette,
Recording Secretary Linda Mohart and Corresponding Secretary Sandy Pudhoff.




_ -Entire Storer



1/2 Price Bedroom Living &Dining Room Suites

Bedding & Fur itu Recliners Curios Accessories


Campground & Fishling Resort On The St. Johns River
WATERFRONT RV SITES AVAILABLE
"Skuttlebutts" Restaurant
Entertainment on the deck Fri., Sat & Sun evenings
* TACKLE SHOP BOAT RAMP MARINA
* GIFT SHOP CANOE & KAYAK RENTALS
MOTEL UNITS BOAT SLIPS
LUNKER BASS FISHING GAS DOCK
PINKHAM PACETTI REALTY
IS ALSO LOCATED ON SITE
264-1102
490) 24-356- 650Stae Rad13 in .rngeal
2 mile southof theStrand Bridg


with Free Baker's Rack


- S


ORANGE PARK WESTSIDE no
-' BI- r, 1 .. N ri-,,i,.B ,I -F. i
0 ttED l v '',-" ,'- -rl -A SAT: IN
272-1409 786-5919 H aw
3 MONTHS same as cash* a
WAC & LAY-AWAY


Dresser (marble top) with mirror, Chest & Night Stand (marble top)


Plush Economy--
^ The Best Quality, seLs irom
Cost & Selection O199

Double Pillowtop
Sets from
$ 359


Never Turn Sets from-
$549


SI I
I -7lB


WeHae h3 Mne ouNed

HUR IN NACIDNT


Futons D&a1eds Starting at $199


.CLAYTODAY.BIZ


Section A-17


October 13, 2005







-ptn A-1 CL Y O A .I October 13 2005.- *.-'


RideOut students have


doughnuts with dads

Special to Clay Today ...
On Friday, Sept. 23,
numerous dads gath- .
ered for the annual
"Doughnuts for Dads" .
at RideOut Elemen-
tary.
"It is a great time for.
the kids to spend some V.
quality time with their
dads and for all dads to s
get the opportunity to
see what their children
and grandchildren are
doing in their class- .
"rooms," said Kathy
Kelly, a ROE Kinder-
garten Teacher.
Earlier in the year,
es at ROE also held Dave Whittlesey sits with his granddaughter, Campbell
sHorn. "Her dad was out of town, so I got to do the hon-
"Muffins for Moms." ors," said Whittlesey.


National Achievement Scholarship

semifinalists announced


Wildcats roarin' to read


Special to Clay Today
ORANGE PARK Orange ParkJunior
High has a lot to "roar" about this year.
Under the direction of PrincipalJames
Young, OPJHS plans to rn:ake Seco ndai
Literacy their top priority) and the 'Wild-
cats" are pouncing on the issue.
In accordance with Gov.Jeb Bush's edu-
cational priority of "all students in Florida
to be able to read on grade level or higher
throughout their school years by 2012,"
OPJHS has launched a Reading Initiative
to be carried out as part of the overall
School Improvement Plan.
On Sept. 7,2001, Gov.Jeb Bush signed,
Executive Order 01-260 desi--in.:tting Just'..
Read, Florida! as a comprehensive and co-
ordinated reading initiative. Last fall Flori-
da's fourth grade students not only
surpassed the national average in reading
but also hit the national average in math
for the first time.
On Sept. 16, the "Wildcats" welcomed
the "Big Cat" himself-Jaxson de Ville. Ap-
pearing with Jackson was Jill Cottingham
from the Jaguars' Cheerleaders, The Roar.
Both were present to launch the school's
"Rev-up Your Reading: Read 25" Chal-
lenge, an initiative that encourages all
readers to engage in Silent Sustained
Reading. Students select their own reading
material, read an average of 20 minutes a


day to meet quarterly deadlines and docu-
ment their reading in writing. Everyone
' whoIt i IethIc deadline reit si <-csiac n inccIe-
tive reward.
On Sept. 27, OPJHS launched another
aspectotf thdi- -chool reading iniiiaih e-the
"Bo-ok of the Mointl." During this initia-
tive, teachers take a break from regular in-
struction for 10 minutes daily to model oral
reading fliueiit- to students with a read
aloud-but these are no ordinary read
alouds-they are middle school interest
and lexile linked books.which happen to
be bestsellers. Similar initiatives have been
introduced in Florida; however, Clay
County has yet to implement this initiative
dist i t khid-
Young thinks the reading initiative will
give students at OPJH a terrific edge.
"OPJH has been an "A' school for five
years running, but we're not satisfied to be
merely an ''-we want to be the best "A' we
'canbe. Within the school score of "A'by the
state standard there is a great deal of dif-
ference," ,iid i iung.."Our goal is to move
from a 42Q "A' to 450 "'A." And, we can do it.
We have the scientific research to guide us,
the administrative support we need and a
great group of instructors who are com-
mitted to student achievement."
The Wildcats are leading the pack-and
challenging other Clay County Schools to
take the 25 challenge.


Special to Clay Today
EVANSTON, Ill. The National Achieve-
ment Scholur shipPi gram .uinounced the
luarnesotapp oxuINiatil\ 1.6l0)Seiilinaihsu
in its 42nd annual academic competition
for) Blatk American hii-gh school students.
Thc se sch olastically talented <.'ing me n
andwomennowhave anopportunityto con-
tinue in the competition for approximately
800 Achievement Scholarship -awards,
word -ome $52.5 illiion,. d at will beoffered
nextspring fir college undergradta te studio .
Orange Park High Schotol's Telrel E.
DoddandRidgeviewHigh'sIshmalR-Lewis.
were among those named for the honor.
The National Achievement Program
was initiated in 1964 to honor academical-
Il able black iutIh thoughliout the n:ition_
and pi o\ ilst- Ii:,holai ships to a substantial
number of the most outstanding partici-


]).antL in each ainn ual competition.Nation-
al Me itS:I iihLu lhipCorporation(NMSC),
a not-for-profit organization that operates
without government assistance, conducts
the program. In the 41 annual competi-
tions completed to date, more than 26,000
Black American students have received
'Achievement Scholarship awards worth
al:, LIt $S3.3 million.
To continue in the competition, Semifi-
riali1stsn lust advance to thieFiualist lc\ el b\
SuLfill .in se~teral additional i qiiinemeinc .
Apprximaitel 1.30 Siemifmialits atee:x-
pected 1.0 a"tttin Finalist standing in the
2006Nationtal mAi:hie'e ment Progt ram.and
soic.l1c stiOwill e(onclAchie\einentSi.lhol-
. a'Ldridesiinces. All lt. \ie-mincnt Si. I iolar-
whip \,inneri \,ill be selected liroi tihe
Finalist group on the basis of their abilities,
accomplish men s. an, d potential for aca-
demic success in college.


.- -----. .--'-


' WIN 4 TICKETS FROM- CLAY TODAY '

S Lorrie Morgan Tracy Lawrence

Wynn Peery Johnny Bulford


I Name:

IU
, Address:
I I
Phone:
Mail or deliver to:
Clay Today -1560 Kingsley Avenue
Orange Park, FL 32043. Att. Ham Jam I
Must enter by Wednesday, November 2nd. Winner will be
notified by phone. Enter as often as you like. Must be 18 to win. I


PHOTO iPtCIl.t TO CLM TODA)

Fourth graders dedicate

program to former custodian
Special to Clay Today
The Fourth Graders at Fleming Island Elementary presented a musical program
on Thursday, Sept. 22, entitled "Back to School." The students sang about being
the best that they could be in all their school subjects and in their everyday lives.
They performed a rap that was filled with many and varied words that they
could use in their writing and discussions in each of their subjects. They ended
with a song about being ready to learn. The program was dedicated to FIE's for-
mer head custodian, Benny Lapuz, who had passed away the previous week.



Crystal Pools & Spas


Call Todayi For Free


-Ifill


Custom Concrete or Vinyl Construction
The Difference Is Clear...Crystal Clear.
20-A Knight Boxx Road Orange Park, FL 32065
- -Office: 104-272-567 -..-Fax:. 90.4-272-9400 tC,- -.35


,Oct.ober 13, 2005


CLAYTODAYBIZ


Section A-18






CLAYTODAY.BIZ


Chapman named to county school post


PHOTO SPECIAL TO CLIA TODAI

SJCDS students get honors
St. Johns Country Day School National Merit Scholarship Program semifinalists
and commended scholars are, from left, Miles Moody, Michael Grove, Kristen
Weaver, Blake Butfferworth, Jackie Flanagan, Jarrod Boitet, Lucia Constantine
and Emily Patterson. (Not pictured, Emily Taylor.) The semifinalists scored
among the top one and a half percent of all high school students in Florida who
took the test last year; the commended scholars scored within the top 3 percent.



SCHOOL NOTES


PRIDE students named at the Homecoming Dance held Saturday,
Sept. 24. Her escort was senior Matt Dob-
Special to Clay Today bertien.
ORANGE PARK Annunciation The previous evening the St. Johns
Catholic School has recognized the fol- Country Day School varsity boys' soccer
lowing students for the PRIDE. team won the Homecoming game against
The students were recognized for First Coast Christianby a score of 4-0.
their ability to be.polite, respectful, inde-
pendent, dependable and enthusiastic. COuntry Day raises Katrina funds
.Recognized were : second grade,
Rachael Carroll & Randi Corley; third Special to Clay Today
grade,Jeremy Lhotka and Alessandra ORANGE PARK The service club at
Jensen; fourth grade, Isabella Araujo and St.Johns Country Day School sponsored
Tanner Brewer; fifth grade, Crystal Cas- a drive to raise funds for Hurricane Kat-
cante and Madi Zerkowski; sixth grade, rina victims.
Colin Fisher and Brooke Hyler; seventh Students donated $5,169.61, and
grade, Joey Berk; and eighth grad, earned another $300 producing a stu-
Georgette Ruckersfeldt. dent talent show, for a total Red Cross do-
nation of $5,469.
HOmecoming Queen Crowned In addition, St.Johns families donated
clothes, food, and household items, which
St. Johns Country Day Senior Kalin were collected and delivered to Louisiana
Allen was crowned Homecoming Queen by St.Johns parent Lyn Armstrong.


PHOTO SPECIAL TO CLAY TODAY

Clay Hill students give to victims
Members of the Clay Hill Elementary Student Council wanted to help victims of Hur-
ricane Katrina by focusing on comforting the children. The idea of stuffed animals
came up so the children would have a "security blanket" in their time of need. CHE
collected more than 700 stuffed animals and students put tags on them that said,
"Lots of love and hugs from Clay Hill Elementary, Clay County, Florida." Shown
with some of the stuffed animals are, from left, front row: Jalissa Richards, Kristyn
Cadwell, Lindsey Kennedy, Cassie Deogracia and Jessica Plummer; and back row:
Haley Huflaker, Kelli Schlemlein and Courtney Loftus.


A New Choice For Families

At Pathway Church, families grow through biblical
support and genuine relationships. Come join Us.

Fleming Island Elementary School
1 0:00 am Sundays VI'--,., .t...-
(904) 541-0092 -

Focused Bible Teaching Contemporary Worship Small Group
Emphasis Childrern Worship Nondenominational

Russell Fraklin, Pastor / wwwwalkingthepath.org


Special to Clay Today

GREEN COVE SPRINGS A Clay Coun-
ty educator who has worked for the
school system -for 28 years has been
named the new director of elementary
education.
Sharon Chapman was named to the
post by Superintendent David Owens.
Chapman previously was Tynes Elemen-
tary principal.
"Sharon Chapman is an outstanding
principal and a proven leader," Owens
said. "Mrs. Chapman has the respect of el-
ementary principals, as well as the In-
.structional Department and I believe she
will lead our pre-K- 6th grade instruction
in a very productive manner."
Chapman will replace Mary Bethea,
who was recently named Clay County's new
assistant superintendent for instruction to
replace Walter Brock, who is retiring.
Chapman has held several administrative


positions in the district including dean of
students at Lakeside Middle School, assis-
tant principal at Orange Park Elementary,
principal at Green Cove Springs Elemen-
tary and principal on special assignment at
the county office.
"I have been most fortunate to have
worked in various positions in this system
over more years that I want to say out
loud," said Chapman. "In every position I
could not have asked to work with a more
professional and dedicated group of indi-
viduals or children more eager to excel.
"Each experience has been unique in
its own challenges and rewards, but the
focus has always been on what is best for
children. I look forward to the chal-
lenges of this new position and to main-
taining the focus that makes our system
one of the top in the state."
Owens is now looking for her replace-
ment at Tynes Elementary School, the
school district said.


PHOTO SPECIAL TO CLAY TODAY
Sharon Chapman is the new director of elementary education for Clay County schools.
She appears with 3rd grade student Michael Brockwell.


If you shop around ir. .A .juajq'r, .o r lir. .:.tI i rdh~r

qh,-,.)uinth :)r.u r a rd ith brr.r ,r : T- jP cau.:.-jr c(-a T',, r.. r ,t no.' Jr a .,
v'nuallp mra r j.er.,rErtl-~t r.,ra: ith5., harge rh, true h : h. at .:. .u In tact
ii ..er r'-a ,. Ic :t. o. r, Ir.,1:o I j 1 .:. I 125, .1 -e diijtour Etet r ,Ie
rn,.rithl,- t,:. rhali1 Pec~nt bel.:.* r, pnerME BS-fiEported i b1the 11ll rrt?-r
1 M..re 31 Rrjej- rec,:rind ~cjirrern ,~ct 3: ~ e ')) 1c~~et~~a,
al3~: Im~rr,. r ,1-ai reit-r,1.CrC such b~a~:i.:-redq app.roval thFe ppra,: .Iue .. ou
horne ar-d the -arnuurnt :it inc-re, / c-u va.rtt.:.b-rro%- But ir the end cu,11 in d rh.;t ourlo
r~tA: urt keep gtnrq -9bertEr the mnore ,.uu kr..:.vFore. mrple y...u ca*9t )jrt .~J er rate Con
'J4 :. BC' :-1ijh 3luA ..:,if r,'Cr hCrrn.3 I,: thehr: mcnrlqqe jbal~rC,-Eit qtc-ur prnmrv -
ieAd.,r e Othpriir v- jIue a(-car~t:.-t. quIIl, ,rrr.ct,,e ir- iqari arer t encumbe.:red b1' '
hid.id~en charg.; ard e~rI p-,.t- I.e; -.:it -,br n r b c~r -ll u :.1:r j-tis ,-.j ic-rn ,.h) %v. re
thF &-E ieder. hvrm, e-qua,1-:-n:arn .d IrE: .:,t :re,J 4



(.904) 777-6000 0www vystarcu.org 1I \Jv ta r


Section A-19


October 13, 2005









T]dOcchvers tlkchck t(O


fErst Heldhi Fediur
Clay Today staff
Mi _-*,alfl, M FLEMING ISLAND A Health Fair sponsored 1.) the Clay Colinti sc hool sem
..-di 1 n' red" f (1r re adlifi( ni'iua oirsandstaff toFleming slad Hig I h S h l
..... Cafeterium Friday, Oct.7. "
*" The eteii iir. ludcd more thanthree dozenibooi 1Ithsof feriin tsei\ci c-and p duicts
i ag ing fiolin frozen iceci can 10 massage ti.liap) io make-up tii t umet[.


Part of the display at the Southeast Tissue Alliance booth was a quilt made of indi-
vidual squares featuring a person who donated their organs.


STAfF PHOTOS B; GREG % 'iL,'H
Julie Lane, a registered nurse with the Clay County Health Department, checks the
blood pressure of Lucy Pitts, a media tech at Rideout Elementary School.
I .- -._-..


.2245 PLANTATION CENTER D
(ACROSS FROM FLEMING ISLAND HIGH SC
Our office complex, Village Square, will be :
hosting the Villanueva Haunted HOUSe.
-. Formerly located at Sandy Springs "
I in Eagle Harbor. It will be held on: -
October 21-22 7-10 pm
October 28-29 7-10 pm ..
October 30-31 7-10 pm
Donations accepted as admission. All funds raised
will benefit Fleming Island High School and Hurricane '
Victims., Each person will receive a free Trick-Or-Treat
bagforattending.

1 HAUNTED HOUSE DIRECTED BY EDDIE
S --- AND CYNTHIA VILLANUEVA
f# JI III


ANNUAL HALLOWEEN
C GANDY BOuY-ACK
Dr. Robert P. Fields is paying $2 for eacl
Halloween candy surrendered in his
One dollar will go to the child. The other dollar will
local charity. All candy collected will be sent to our
S? The buy back dates and time are listed b
November 1 9-5
November 2 9-5
SNovember 3 9-5
November 4 9-5
'\ November 5 9-5
With this ad receive $300 OFF an initial s(
This offer cannot be combined whh any other offers, discounts or reduc


RIVE
SCHOOL)


h pound of
office.
be donated to a
soldiers in Iraq.


below:


et of braces
eda insurance plans


A


We would like to invite you to participate in our pumpkin decorating
contest. First prize is a $150 gift certificate. Pumpkins may be
registered with our office Sunday, October 30th from 6-7pm and
:;Nra '- Monday October 31st from 9am to 6pm.
'EWS, 1S Judging will be held Monday at 7pm.
W,-t We hope you will join us with this fun event!


Fall Fest

We will be collecting food and monetary donations for our
Thanksgiving baskets for Needy Families starting at the Fall Fest
on November 5th. For each bag of food (10 or more items) you will
receive a grab bag!! Grab bags contain a variety of items; no one
bag is the same. Collection dates and locations are listed below: -
November 5- 9-2'
November 7 9-5
November 8 9-5 -
November 9 9-5
November 10 9-5
November 11 9-2
November 14 9-5
November 15 9-5
November 16 9-5
November 17 9-5
4 Thank you for helping us help our neighbors
-,*w.. -,-.-.Specjl.Thanks to Dixie ,Bass MastersVCI ( -.- wd7W


_________ ___ 71,iINi'I W -


Octobe'r.13,2005


CLAYTODAY.BIZ'


Section A-20


--l






CLAYTODAY.BIZ


':TXFF PHOTO'; Bt GREG IvNL.H
Mike Kelly of Bluebell Ice Cream restocks the freezer at one of the most popular
booths at the Health Fair.


*~
~i ~SA,~:.:
~ ~.,.*j


Michelle Jackson.

Licensed massage therapist Donald Jahn works on the shoulders of retired
Keystone Heights High School teacher Ann Prevatt. Jahn's booth was one of
several where teachers could get a free massage at the Health Fair Friday, Oct. 7.

Family Dentistry
*N20 (Laughing Gas
i Smile Makeovers
All aspects of dental care
at one location
Accepting most insurances
New patients welcome
Vietnamese spoken
Welcome
Dr. Minh Nguyen
Sto
ARGYLE DENTAL PROFESSIONALS


uvwf.argleentalcr


Kerri Napoleon, a YMCA dietician, makes preparation for a healthy.eating demon-
stration done Friday, Oct. 7, at the Health Fair for county school employees.


We can stop
hot flashes,
insomnia
& weight gain.


Getting your
husband to
take out the trash
is up to you.


MeeDr. Gary Bernard:
Jacksonville'sleading
physician specializing in
biidential hormone -
:ffherapy t: is a fact, bioidentical i
h6onmrie therapy will
restore your hormones. -Gry C. Bea, M.D.
making you feel
healthier (and sexier!) than you have
in years. We help both women and men who suf-
fer from symptoms caused by menopause and
andropause (the male. menopause). For a physi-
cian'consultation, please call or visit us online.


: Horne Theripy I Ftitess I
; 96 Kingsley Avenue
Orange:Park, Florida
904.276.5700
..: wwwnbodylogicmcd.com


Section A-21


October 13, 2005












Se alO


Hospice of North Central Florida

becomes Haven Hospice


Special to Clay Today
JACKSONVILLE- Hospice ofJacksonville
has changed its name to Haven Hospice of
Jacksonville effective immediately
throughout its five-county service area..
Hospice ofJacksonville is part of a com-
munity based not-for-profit hospice net-
work that has served north Florida for
more than 25 years under the name Hos-
pice of North Central Florida (HNCF).
The new identity was created to reflect
more accurately the longstanding mission
of the organization, which is to serve asa-
caring, compassionate and clinically com-
petent haven for its patients and their
loved ones.
This move unifies all HNCF locations
under one common identifier, Haven Hos-
pice. In addition t1o Hospice of Jacksonville,
dthe name change affects Hospice ot North
Central Florida in Gainesville, Hospice of
the Tri-Counties in Chiefland. Hospice( of
the Lakes in Palatka and Hospice of the
Suwannee VMlleN inLake City.
"The new name Haven Hospice under-
scqres our promise.to help patients and
families create a personal, dignified and
nurturing environment during a very spe-
cial time of need," said Tim Bowen, execu-
tive director of Haven Hospice.
The name change, Bowen said, is part of
a larger customer service in i tia t i %e to de-
fine service standards. The goal of that ini-
tiative is to define what can be expected


V I RII1ii'BERN MU, P'i' -L
TRE-A TE4G PATIENTS
ROM PEDL.XTRICS
To GERIATRICS


from partnering with Haven Hospice,
whether a person is a patient, family mem-
ber, hospital,, long-term care facility or
physician.
Haven Hospice ofJacksonville will con-
tinue to cater to the needs of patients living
inDuval, Nassau, Clay, Baker and St.Johns
Counties. The end-of-life organization
specializes in providing a network of serv-
ices to patients in long-term care facilities,
hospitals, four Haven Hospice care centers
or in their own home. Haven Hospice team
members are specially trained in manag-
ing symptoms, controlling pain and caring
for psychological, social, emotional and
spiritual needs. ,
The%\ ik idith thep:atient..familh .'nd
primary physician to establish the appro-
priate plan of care for the patient as well as
hiso her famtih niemiber-i.
Haven Hospice also pro: ides ongoing
grief and bereavement support services,
pediau ic support programs. ho ie med-
ical equipment and educational programs
for those affected by serious illnesses.
"I believe the communities we serve
would agree that the new name depicts our
genuine commitment to helping patients
stay comfortable,remainincontrolof thesit-
uation andlive as independently aspossible,"
Bowen said. "The overarching commitment
istoprovideoptimumend-of-lifeandpallia-
ti cae to ithe conmuinities we seriie."
Visit www.hospicecares.orgfor more in-
formation.


WELCOME
VIRGILIO BERNARDINO
TO THE
STEPHENS FAMILY PRACTICE
STEPHENS FAMILY PRACTICE ,tOULD LIKE TO ANNOUNCE THE
ADDITION OF Vi'31LiO BERNARDijNO P.A.-C TO THEIR STAFF. HE
iS WELL QU.-LIFIED F1 CRE FOR. A WIDE \-RiETi Of P TENTS
FROM FEDlATICS TO GERiaTRICS. VIRGIL HAS BEEN TRE -TING
F-.MIL' PRACTICE PATIENTS LN CLAY COUNTY FOCF OVER 10
YF1 RSV \NiD SPEI1 \S BOTH ENGLISH AND SP-'4I.SH FLrENTLY.
lie are committed to ser'iiig the community
wilh professional and quality medical care.
STEPHENS FAMILY PRACTICE P.A.
440 KINGSLEY AVE. ORANGE PARK 264-9293


60 month
CERTIFICATE


4.90%APY*
$100,000 minimum


$500 miniAPY*
$500 minimum


9 month
CERTIFICATE.


3.70%APY
$100,000 minimum


3.55 % APY*i
$500 minimum


Vybtar.
Credit Union
We never forget that it's your money.
*Annual Percentage Yields (APYs) shown are effective as of September 28, 2005,;
and are.subject to change. There is a substantial penalty for early withdrawal from'
certificates. VyStar is insured by the National Credit Unionr Adn,nr,.'atin

Now serving all residents of Northeast Florida. _
|_NQJA I -..,. .(9.04) 777-60.0.0., www.vystarcu.org. ... .


Thunderbolt plans 'math night'


Special to Clay Today
FLEMING ISLAND Thunderbolt
Elementary School will hold a Tailgate
Picnic Dinner and Football Math Night
from,7 to 8:15 p.m. Thi ii- .i\. Oct. 13.
Tihe school will host free math ac-
tivities for fourth-, fifth- and sixth-
graders that will help them score a
winning touchdown on the FCAT.


The T h 1i, nle ,'IAr PEAwill "kick
off" the evening with a general meet-
ing and dinner beginning at 6:30 p.m.
Costis $3 :t i 1-I 'I-,'t fi ht l.:.l.:.'s :ii
or slaw), iil,:i-d I'e n, lhii |.. I' nKs
and desserts. I
Therewillalsobefre -d iiis ig for
prizes and the school's library will be
open from-i6 to 8 p.m. for the Scholastic
Book Fair.


Special to Clay Today
ORANGE PARK Life Care Center of Or-
ange Park was honored in an awards cere-
mony recently at Life Care's annual
management meeting, receiving the Fa-
cility of the Year Award for its overall suc-
cess as the premier facility in Life Care's
Southeastern Division.
Criteria for this award include excellent
customer service, positive financial per-
formance, a strong activities department,
an active volunteer program and involve-
ment in the community.
Life Care Center of Orange Park, ledby


Senior Executiti- DirectorJohn Driggers,
has set itself ap.m in the divisionby earn-
ing deficiency-free results on the annual
state survey.
"Life Care Center of Oi a nge Park is one
of the best-kept Life Care facilities," said
Bob Sprague, vice president of Life Care's
So dtheastern Divisioin. "I'm also proud to
say that it is home to the Florida Health
Care Association's Administrator of the
Year.JohnDriggeis.",
Life Care Center of Or a nge Park. 2145
Kingsley Ave., is one of 21 skilled nursi ng
facilities in Florida managed by Life Care
Centers of America.


Attention shutterbugs


Do you have an interesting
photo you would like to share?
Send all submissions to Greg
Walsh, Managing Editor
at gwalsh@jcpgroup.com
All photos will be considered
for publication.


Mona-Vie is an elegant, nutritional beverage, which
challenges the notion of what a health drink should be.
Tastes great & includes the ACAI berry rated the #1
superfood in the world by Dr. Nicolas Perricone in his
'book "The Perricone Promise". -
For a free tasting or more information on
how you can improve your health and wealth
Call Lynette or Randy 284-4480 ....... .



OLE

FREWNGHEOL
l OPENING oPAR
UNITE OA L OPTOMETRIST
VAE' APPOINTMENTS
Sd AVAILABLE

lOnVdR Pszal 35.7681 7399900I ST64-250 777C25F

Singlc-Vision Bifocal Titanium Frames
SINGLE-VISION
Eycllasses Eycilasscs 3 YEAR WARRANTY



UNITED OPTICAL OUTLET_
Serving Our Customers Since 1962
P DOWNTOWN SOUTHSIDE REGIBEACHES WESi3IDk
.N 27861 6 .8 1 Atlanfic BIWo." '. j- o.Biarng)
fl1nod3 P '35L7-1681 739-9900 b -. ".'64-2590 777-5254


Life Care Center of Orange Park

named Facility of the Year


VYSTAR CREDIT UNION


October 13, 2005


CLAYTODAYBIZ


Section A-22







October 13, 2005 CLAYTODAYBIZ Section A-23


OBITUARIES


WILLIAM BIBBB" MONROE
FOREHAND .b
William "Bibb" Mon-
roe Forehand, 65 (Jan. 31,
1940) a resident of GCS,
passed away Thursday, Sept. 22, 2005, at
his residence. Mr. Forehand was a native
of Geneva County, AL, coming to GCS
in 1967 from Dothan, AL. Bibb was self-
employed raising poultry. He served in
the National Guard and truly loved his
horses, He was a member of the Horse
Riding Club and rode and cared for his
horses until his health would not allow
him to any longer. Bibb was of the Bap-
tist Faith. Proceeded in death by his fa-
ther, Chester Forehand. He is survived
by his wife, JoAnn Forehand, GCS; 1
daughter, Janet Deal; 1 son, William
Byran Forehand, GCS; mother, Eunice
Forehand, Dothan, AL; 4 brothers: Ed
Forehand, Crestview, AL, Alah Fore-
hand, Hartford, AL, Paul Forehand,
Slocume, AL, and Sonny Forehand,
Hartford, AL; 3 sisters: Margie Smith,
Faye Pierce and Robbie Hendrix, Ash-
ford, AL and 4 grandchildren. Services
were held Sept. 26, at Russell Baptist
Church. Rev. Ron Baker officiated. In-
terment followed at Russell Haven of
Rest Cemetery, GCS. In lieu of flowers.
the family has asked for donations to
the Hospice of N.E. FL Orange Team.
Arrangements by Helm Funeral Home.

FELICITA RODRIGUEZ
Felicita Rodriguez, 86, passed away,
Sunday, Oct. 2,2005. She was a native of
Caquas, Puerto Rico, had lived in New
York and moved to Clay County three
years ago. She is survived by her son,
Robert Rivera, 2 daughters: NancyJus-
tiniano (Hipolito) and Antonia Garcia, a
brother, Catalino Rodriquez, 2 sisters:
Gloria and Andrea Rodriguez, and a
number of grand and great-grandchil-
dren. Sei ices ti-e held Oct. 5, at Chapel
of Holly Hill Funeral Home. Father Luis
Florez officiated. Interment will be in
Holly Hill Memorial Park.

MARY MCKAY HIGGINBOTHAM
Mary McKay Higginbotham, 81,
passed away on Oct. 1, 2005. Mrs'. Higgin-
botham was predeceased by her loving,
husband of 45 years, Richard Lee Hig-
ginbotham. She was born in Palisade,.
CO, and had been a resident of OP for
43 years. She was an active member of,
The Orange Park United Methodist
Church. For more than 10 years, she
served on the Clay County Zoning Com-
mission and served as its Chairperson


from 1974-1976. She was instrumental in
the development of The Fleming Island
Voluntary Fire Department, where she
actively served as the voting precinct
clerk during elections. She was a mem-
ber of The Fleming Island Advisory,
Committee, for the past 20 years and ac-
tive in the Flamingo Garden Club. Sur-
vivors include her son, Richard L. (T.J.)
Higginbotham, II; daughter, Elizabeth
(John) Daniel; sister, Florence Miskin; 3
grandchildren: Mary Elizabeth Higgin-
botham, Hattie Marie Bramlitt and
Richard Lee Higginbotham, III. Services
were held Oct 7, in the chapel of
Hardage-Giddens Rivermead. Pastor
Pearl Boles officiated. Burial will follow
inJacksonville Memory Gardens.

FRANK SALVONIK
Frank Salvonik, 84, of I
Keystone Heights passed
away Monday, Oct. 3,
2005, at his residence.
Born in Veffs, OH on Dec. 5,1920, Mr.
Salvonik moved to Keystone Heights in
1972 from GCS where he was a carpenter
and attended Keystone United
Methodist Church. Mr. Salvonik served
in the Navy during WWII & Korean. He
was a member of the Melrose Lodge
#89, Shriner, Scottish Rite, and Morocco
Temple. He is survived by his son, Frank
(Barbara) Salvonik, grandsons: Steven
(Page) & Michael, great-granddaughter,
Lauren, sisters: Mary & Barbara Muller
and close friend Christine Olden.,
Graveside services were held Oct. 8, at
the Decoy Cemetery, GCS.Jones Funer-
al Home is in charge of arrangements..
In lieu of flowers please make donations
to Hospice of the Lakes or the American,
Cancer Society.

LINDA GARDNER BEYER
Mrs. Linda Gardnei Bc. ei.94,,(March
6, 1911) a resident of Penne) Farms,
passed away \cid nesdal, Oc- t. 5,2005, at
the Pavilion fui Health Ca r at the Pen-
ney F.ui mRetireiniit Con n unit \. rs.
Beyer was a native of Berea, OH coming
to PRC in 1993. Linda received a BS in
Home Economics from Baldwin-Wal-
lace College in Berea, OH and after
teaching for a few years changed her ca-
reer to a homemaker. -She was an avid
collector of pressed glass and other an-
tiques. She was a 4-H adyisor for-many
years and a member of Alpha Gamma
Delta sorority. Mrs. Beyer was of the
Methodist. Faith. She was preceded in
death by her husband Milton Beyer and
is survived by 1 daughter, Sarah Rosich


(Thomas) Berea, OH; several nieces and
nephews, Norman Beyer (Anne), Pen-
ney Farms, William Beyer (Joan), Berea,
OH, Walter Beyer (Joeann) Cleveland,
OH, Mildred MacRitachie, Marge Cook
(Alan), Elinor Harris (Herb) and Robert
Haskins (Jan) Chargin Falls, OH. She is
also survived by many grand dogs.
Mfe m ial Services i ill beI held 11 a.m.
Friday, Oct. 14, Penney Farms. Arrange-
ments by Helm Funeral Home..

JOHN "JAYCEE" CHRISTOPHER
HACKETT
John Christopher
Hackett (Jaycee) passed
away Sunday morning,
Oct. 2,2005. Retired direc-
tor for Employee Development and
Training at the Naval Air Depot and re-
tired USN CPO, he is survived by his wife,
Anaby; his son, John (Robbie) Calvin;
daughter, Dawn Christine; grandchil-
dren: J.C. (Michaela), Samantha, Alex,
Ben and Christie; great grandson, Payton;
mother of his children, Donna K. Hack-
ett; and his sister Della McKnight.
Arrangements by Hardage-Gardage
Rivermead Funeral Home.

STEPHEN JAMES DANDRIDGE
On Oct. 4,2005, the spirit of Stephen
James Dandridge, our son, brother, and
friend, was released in triumph by the
Lord. Stephen graduated from Orange
Park High School in 2004, where he was a
varsity baseball player. He had been ac-
cepted and looked forward to attending
FSU prior to receiving a baseball schol-
arship from UNF. He issuri\ ivedbyhis fa-
ther Bernie, mother Mart ha. biot h lie i Jon,
sister Sara, grandparents Philip a nd Bent
Dandridge and Mary Grooms. Visitation
was Friday, Oct. 7, at Hardage-Giddens
Rivermead. Services were held Saturday,


Oct. 8, at Island-View B.a i:pit Chi, hdi. In
lieu of flowers, donations may be made to
Bi1, ilm: li. .t s, a charity which brought
g c:t ji-, to Stephen, c/o BADF Disabled
Services, 10540 Daystar Drive, Tuscaloosa
Al, 35405 or to Stephen's baseball team
c/o Orange Park High School Baseball
Program, 2300 Kingsley Ave, Orange
Park, FL 32073.

INEZ DEMPSEY
Inez Dempsey, 90,
passed away Oct. 7, 2005.
She was born in Mayo, FL
and resided in Jack-
sonville since 1995 moving from Sa-
vannah, GA. Mrs. Dempsey retired
from the Army Corp of Engineers
after 30 years of service. During her
long life, throughout her career and
into her retirement years, her joy was to
travel extensively throughout the
.United States and abroad with her
close friends. She was preceded in
death by her brother, Louie Dempsey
and 2 sisters: Claudia Goodwin and Eu-
nice Womeldurf. Survivors include 2
nieces and 4 nephews. Services were
held Oct. 10, at Forest Meadows Ceme-
tery, Gainesville, FL. Arrangements by
Hardage-Giddens Rivermead.

DOROTHY L.:DEATON
Dorothy L. Deaton, 68, of Green Cove
Springs, FL passed away Oct. 8,2005, in
Brunswick, Ga. A lifelong resident of the
GCS community, Mrs. Deaton enjoyed
spending time with family, working cross
word puzzles, and crocheting. She was of
the Baptist faith and member of High-
land First Baptist Church. Mrs. Deaton
was preceded by her late husband of over
40 years,James Deaton, arid her sister,

OBITUARIES continued on pageA-26


Affordable
ALL WOOD KITCHEN CABINETS!

JAX BARGAIN

PLYWOOD
. Edgewood at Beaver 3-d4h and Moan
388-1501 764-9071


foore 50% OFF

Two Can Enroll For

the Price of One!
S"I lost L s
." 771 bs." L s
3 to 5 Lbs.


Music: Blue Grass (Sat), Blues and Gospel (Sun)


After
Tammv
Lepick


JWeekly!!


---------------Q ,~ '4;-


I''st l *-


Si-.l


p y S ow
Historical and Ecological Walking and Kayak Tours
,, ayak Tour,
Arts and Crafts and a.Photography Show


SectionA-23


October 13, 2005


C LAYTODAYBIZ







~ctinn A-24 CLAYTODAY.BIZ October 13, 2005


SQ7/l litary


NAS Jax, tenant command ombudsmen recognized


By Kaylee J. Larocque
JaxA irNews

NASJacksonville celebrated the 35th
anniversary of the Navy Family Om-
budsman Program with a special lunch-
eon to honor 37 NAS Jax and tenant
command ombudsmen Sept. 21 at the
NASJax Officers' Club.
This year's theme was "Helping
Hands."
"We are holding this special luncheon
today to support the Ombudsman Ap-
preciation Program and to let each om-
budsman aboard NASJax know we are
thinking about them and that we care,"
said Ombudsman Assembly Chairman
and NASJax Ombudsman Tammy Bar-
rett, who presented letters of apprecia-
tion to the ombudsmen.
The Navy Ombudsman Program
began in 1970, when Chief of Naval Op-
erations, Adm. Elmo Zumwalt, released a
Z-Gram, establishing the program. Today,
the Navy ombudsman program is a vital
and essential program that commanders
and commanding officers around the
world have come to value as an important
part of their organizations;
"This luncheon gives recognition to our
ombudsmen who have offered their sup-
port and guidance in keeping the Sailors
and their families informed of what's
going on at the Fleet and Family Support
Center (FFSC) and the base," said Wil-
helmina Nash, FFSC education training fa-
cilitator and ombudsman coordinator and
trainer. "They are a vital link between the
command and families. In time of war,


PHOTO COURTESY OF JAXAIR NEWS
HS-11 Ombudsmen Pualani Kros, left, and Rachel Linsley, right, accept a letter of appre-
ciation from Ombudsman Assembly Chairman and NAS Jax Ombudsman Tammy Barrett
at the 35th anniversary celebration luncheon of the Navy Family Ombudsman Program.


they keep the military spouse informed of
dithe status of the squadrons and arrange for
teleconferences. They offer a lot of sup-
port and refer Navy families to various
support agencies for assistance, ensuring
that the families feel connected and that
their needs are being met."
The Navy ombudsman keeps the line of
communication open between command-
ing officers and command master chiefs in
dealing with challenges military family
members experience while separated. The
ombudsman squelches rumors with accu-
rate and timely information, and keeps
families informed of squadron movements,
so forward-deployed crews c:, n,ict tiheii
commitments knowing that their family
members are receiving needed assistance.
After the awards presentation, the cere-
mony ended with special remarks by NAS


Jax Commanding Officer Capt. Chip Dob-
son who said, "The Navy Ombudsman Pro-
gram has come a long way in the past 35
years. They started out by providing basic
information to military families and assist-
ing with problem solving. Today, we have
ombudsmen at each military command
who are well trained in a variety of areas in-
cluding financial matters comi nui nit) i -.
sources and referral services."
"Each of you ombudsmen contributes
directly to the Navy's overall readiness
and retention by taking care of our mili-
tary family members. Your command's
family members know they have support
and interested and.concerned friends in
their ombudsmen," said Dobson. "I want
each and everyone of you to know how
much and how deeply you are appreciat-
ed. Kee--p the.p iI ,ra \ olk."


MILITARY

NEWS_

Navy Seaman Recruit William R.
MacGillivary, son of Lauren A.
MacGillivary of Orange Park, recently
completed U.S. Navy basic training at
Recruit Training Command, Great
Lakes, 111.
During the eight-week program,
MacGillivary trained in classroom study
.and instruction on naval customs, first
aid, firefighting, water safety and sur-
vival, and shipboard and aircraft safety.
An emphasis was also placed on physi-
cal fitness.
The capstone event of boot camp,
"Battl SatlioinC", gives recruits 'kills :ind
confidence and j l.\ianiizes- \,t rioi at-
tributes of sacrit ice, dedication. team-
work and endurance through the
application of Na I. skills and values of
Hoinoi. Courage and Commitment. Its
"Navy" flavor was designed to take into
account what it means to be a Sailor.
MacGillivary -s a l9, in adua11,1e (f Or-
ange Park High School and a 21.111 g i ad -
uate of University of Central Florida
with a BS degree.
Army Pvt. Paul D. Marsh graduated
from the Ammunition Specialist Ad-
vanced Individual Training course at
Redstone Arsenal, Huntsville, Ala.
The course trains soldiers to assist in
receipt, storage, issue, maintenance,
modification, destruction, and demilita-
rization of conventional n im n ni tii-n,
munitions and(: x plosl i\t components a -
cording to technical and safety direc-
tives; perform ammunition supply stock
control and accounting duties, using au-
tomated and manual procedures, and
operated material handling.equipment


In Support of the
101 Families employed bvy
JCP Group in New Orleans!
Purchase a e care Bracelet for:


.1 ,L i 'or 0' ,, a,'''at.?d t'^',+ hjr,.n A'i I *3-,- nIri,'.[I, ,:j. T:,r :n -.-mrior-, ,fl o O b rf- nhjr,'hcj c __

You can purchase these "We care" bracelets
by visiting any of our local offices
Clay Today Ponte Vedra Recorder I
1560-1 Kingsley Ave. 100 Executive Way, Ste. 105
Orange Park Ponte Vedra Beach
904-264-3200 904-285-8831
(Ordering by phone, please add $111 for shipping & handling) oC.-.M.i



BUILDING YOUR FUTURE FROM THE GROUND UP
Specializing in Construction of Pre-Engineered Steel Buildings, Components & Repairs









-COIMMERCIAL. INDUSTRY ,q-.SELF-STORAGE
Offices .Churches -Warehouses H=.l aig as *9 Garages
SStanding Seat JrRoof Systm Stmcturali dus Fullne of Accessoes
From Start to Finish: Call us or Visit our Website

vwww americansteelmI o
Local Owned and Operated CBC 1 251774


THE UNITED STATES

ARMY FIELD BAND

& SOLDIERS' CHORUS




















Thrasher-Home Center for the-Arts.* Orange Park
Monday, November:44. 2005 7:30 p.m.
Tickets are now available- Limit 4 per person
Must Be Seated By 7:20 p.m.
To obtain free tickets please enclose this coupon with a
self-addressed, stamped, envelope to the following address:
Thrasher-Home Center for the Arts
Attention: Box Office
283 College Drive, Orange Park, Florida 32065
r --------------- -------------,
Please Circle the number of tickets needed: 1 2 3 4
I ALL SEATS GENERAL ADMISSION -
| For additional information contact the Box Office
I 904-276-6750
I Limit 4 tickets per coupon. Orders will be processed on a first come basis.
L.----------------------------------------
Sponsored by the Clay Today
Presented by the nrasther-Iorne enter for ieArts at St. Johns iiver Cdmmunity College


PrIorlwlwlkwwwlwwwwwwwwwww3q


October 1-3, 2005


CLAYTODAYBIZ


Section A-24


--- --- -


'72 MW 9 '







October 13, 2005 CLAYTODAY.BIZ Section A-25


MILITARY NEWS from page A-24

to maneuver ammunition.
The son of Cheree L. Marsh of Or-
ange Park, the private is a 2005 graduate
of Clay High School.

Navy Seaman Eugene Hodge, II,
son of Gloria and Eugene Hodge of Or-
ange Park, recently completed U.S.
Navy basic training at Recruit Training
Command, Great Lakes, Ill.
During the eight-week program,
Hodge trained in classroom study and in-
struction on naval customs, first aid, fire-
fighting, water safety and survival, and
shipboard and aircraft safety. An em-
phasis was also placed on physical fitness.
The capstone event of boot camp,
"Battle Stations", gives recruits skills and
confidence and galvanizes warrior at-
tributes of sacrifice, dedication, team-
work and endurance through the
application of Navy skills and values of
Honor, Courage and Commitment. Its
"Navy" flavor was designed to take into
account what it means to be a Sailor.
Hodge is a 2002 graduate of Orange
Park High School.

Army National Guard Master Sgt.
Ronald L. Pitts completed the Army
National Guard's two-week annual
training at Fort Bragg, Fayetteville, N.C.
The soldier is a member of the
Maryland National Guard's 3rd
Brigade, 29th Infantry Division (Light)
headquartered in Baltimore, and is as-
signed to the Joint Force Headquarters,
5th Regiment Armory.
The training exercise involved sol-
diers conducting military operations in.
urban terrain staged in a village typical-
ly encountered by soldiers in Iraq and
Afghanistan. Under realistic conditions,
the soldiers were trained to deal with
civilians on the battlefield and work as a
small unit to clear and secure positions
in the village town. Pitts is a public af-
fairs -t peri nIendent % ith 30 earss ot


military service.
He is the son of John and Mildred
Pitts of Largo, Fla., and brother of John
Pitts of Keystone Heights.
The sergeant received an associate
degree in 1973 from Frederick Commu-
nity College, Md., and a bachelor's de-
gree in 1976 from Mount St. Mary's
College, Smithsburg, Md.

Navy Reserve Seaman Recruit
Patrick S. Riley, son of Deborah M.
Whitener of Orange Park, recently
completed U.S. Navy basic training at
Recruit -Training Command, Great
Lakes, Ill.
During the eight-week program,
Riley trained in classroom study and in-
struction on naval customs, first aid,
firefighting, water safety, and shipboard
and aircraft safety. An emphasis was also
placed on physical fitness.
The capstone event, "Battle Stations",,
gives recruits skills and confidence and
galvanizes warrior attributes of sacri-
fice,. dedication, teamwork and en-
durance through the application of
"Navy skills and values of Honor,
Courage and Commitment. Its "Navy"
flavor was designed to take into account
what it means to be a Sailor.

Sean C. Kitchen graduated from the
Army ROTC (Reserve Officers' Train-
ing Corps) Leader Development and As-
sessment Course, also known as.
"Operation Warrior Forge," at Fort
Lewis, Tacoma, Wash.
The 33 days of training provides eval-
uation for all cadets in the aspects of mil-
itary life, administration and logistical
support. Although continued military
training and leadership development is
included in the curriculum, the focus is
to develop and evaluate each cadet's of-
ficer potential as a leader by exercising
the cadet's intelligence, common sense,
ingenuity and stamina. The cadet com-
mand assesses each cadet's performance
andi progre'.ss ill officr-r ti aits. quality. t


and professionalism while attending the
course.
The son of Barbara E. Kitchen of
Orange Park, he graduated in 1988
from Bishop Kenny High School and
is currently attending the University
of Tampa. .

Marine Corps Sgt. Eric R. Hughes,
son of Evelyn R. Bellairs of Orange
Park, and a contingent of Marines from
8th Communication Battalion, II Ma-
rine Expeditionary Force, homebased
at Camp Lejeune, N.C., departed in sup-
port of Operation Iraqi Freedom.
The primary mission of Hughes'
unit is toprovide comununicaiions for II
MEF, including voice and data transmis-
sions, while ensuring the security of the
network.
Hughes is a 1992 graduate of Or-
ange Park High. School and a 2003
graduate of Florida State University,
with aBS degree.

Navy Seaman Apprentice CoryJ.
Cartafalsa, son of DebbieJ. and Steven
D. Cartafalsa of Green Cove Springs, was
]rCienitl pi omoted to his current rank
I Ipoln g :ad i. ion from recruit training
at Reiru'it Training Comniand, Great
Lakes, Ill.
Cartafalsa received the early promo-
tion for outstanding performance dur-
ing the training cycle. Training included
classroom study and practical instruction
on naval customs, first aid, firefighting,
water safety and survival, and shipboard
and aircraft safety. An emphasis was also
placed on physical fitness.
The capstone event, "Battle Stations",
gives recruits skills and confidence and
galvanizes warrior attributes of sacri-
fice, dedication, teamwork and en-
durance through the application of
Navy skills and the values of Honor,
Courage and Commitment. Its "Navy"
flavor was designed to take into account
what it means to be a Sailor.
Ca i tafalsa is a 20013 graduate of Cla\


High SchooL

Army Pfc. Alea A. Rotuck graduat-
ed form the Avionic S stems Repairer
Ad\ anced Indi' idual Training course at
Fort Gordon, Augusta. Ga.,
The course trains soldiers to perform
intermediate and oi ganizational main-
tenance:on test, diagnostic and meas-
urement equipment used to diagnose
problems in avionic radar and assist in
maintenance of avionic airborne radar
equipment using radar principles.
Radar systems equipment includes
terrain following avoidance, Doppler
navigation, weather, station keeping
radar, altimeters, identification friend
or foe transponders; and tactical air-
borne navigation. Students are trained
to use common and specialized hand
tools or test equipment: trace circuitry;
test, align, and adjust repaired equip-
ment and replace faulty components
and parts to printed circuit boards.
The daughter of Kenneth G.Rotuck
of Orange Park and Debra L.-Rotuck of
Wesiernpori. Md.. Rot uck is a 20)14 grad-
uate of Orange Park -ligh Sch ool

Nav' Seaman Rebecca A. Brown,
daughlite ofjoe L. and NlichaelJ.Cov-
ingLton of Oranige Park. recently com-
pleted U.S. Na\\ basic training'at
Recruit Training Command, Great
Lakes, 11i.
During the eight-week program,
Brown trained in classroom study afid
naval customs, first aid, firefighting,
water safety and survival, and shipboard
and aircraftsafety. An emphasis was also
placed on physical fitness.
Thecapstoneeventofbootcamp,"Bat-
tle Stations", gives recruits skills and confi-
dence and galvanizes basic warrior
attributes of sacrifice, dedication, team-
work and endurance through the applica-.
tion of Navy skills and the core values of
Honor, Cc ,ag-e and Coin nitmULent.Itsdis-
tincti) 'Na\) "flavor was designed to take
into ac _uI nt u-hatt it niclans tobe a Saikr.


CLAYTODAYBIZ


Section A-25


October 13, 2005


( *; <








Section A-26 CLAYTODAY.BIZ October 13, 2005


OBITUARIES from page A-23


Ethel Johns. She is survived by her
beloved daughter, Barbara (Billy)
Gould, GCS; 2 nieces, Sharron (Terry)
Morgan, Folkston, GA and Barbara
Johnson, Jacksonville, FL; 3 nephews,
Richard and Guy Johns, Middleburg,
FL, and Wayne Johns, VA; many great
nieces, great nephews; 2 Jack Russell
granddogs, Giggy and Daisy; and
many friends. Memorial services were
held at the Chapel of Broadus-Raines
& Pons Family Funeral Home, Oct. 11,
officiated by Reverend Bill Clayton.
Arrangements were under the care of
Broadus-Raines & Pons Fainily Fu-
neral Home


BREATHING

MEDICATIONS
ALBUTEROL IPRATROPIUM
DUONEB I
and many other breathing
medications delivered directly to your door.
S.WE f.E LOCAL,
AND WE CARE ABOUT OUR NEIGHBORS!
Most insurance plans
accepted.
SENIORS SAVE 10%
ON PRESCRIPTIONS
FREE LOCAL DELIVERY.


200Soth rage: ve


JOSEPH WAYNE UJOE" GUIDRY
Joseph Wayne "Joe"
Guidry, 54, Palatka,
passed away Friday, Oct. 7,
2005, at Shands at UF,
Gainsville, of compli-
cations from a
snakebite received last
weekend. A native of
Orange, Texas, he had. "
resided in Putnam :- .
County since .1993
coming from Middle-
burg.Joe was the Put-
nam County Fire
Marshal and had previ--
ously worked as:a fire-
fighter in Clay and
Collier counties. He Joseph Wayne
had also worked as an Guidry
EMT in StJohns Coun-
ty and in Putnam.County. A US Army
veteran of the Vietnam War, Joe was a
member of VFW Post #3349 and a
member of the State Fire Marshall's As-
sociation. He had previously been active

How to place an

obituary
Obituaries can be emailed to
bshiver@icpgroup.com or faxed to
(904) 269-6958. Call Brandi at
264-3200 with any questions..
General Information:
The first 150 words are free. Each line after
that is $1. Flags for military personnel are
free. There is a $30 charge for pictures with
an obituary. Deadline for obituaries is 5
p.m. Monday the week of publication.


Inside the Gates of PussellJ-awen ofT est Cemetery



S '.' :"v -

Two Burial Space, i Side Dj S.de $1600 Lan.scape d Garden Lots
Cremation Garden No-lpterest Pre-Arrangement Plans
*- Prices Include Perpetual Care Veterans Section
2315 Sandridge Road Green Cove Springs, FL 32043 (904) 284-7720
www.rhrcemetery.com 5


Helee 6e 'ice rieds a tlee fu efail o1,1,,.

WHAT REALLY MATTERS WHEN IT COMES TO PLANNING A FUNERAL? IS
IT WHO HAS THE LARGEST FACILITY OR THE BIGGEST STAFF, OR IS IT A
FUNERAL HOME THAT OFFERS THE VERY BEST CARE FOR YOUR LOVED
ONE, ALL THE GUIDANCE .AND SUPPORT YOU NEED AND A VARIETY OF
SERVICE OPTIONS? WE THINK THAT BETTER SERVICE MAKES A BETTER
FUNERAL HOME.
CO,1ME SEE FOR YOURSELF


Helm Funeral Home, Inc.
111 Idlewild Ave. Green Cove Springs. FL 3204 43
Phone: 904-284-9696
.. Fax: 904-284-5831 helmfuneraIhomne@aol.com -
0 Obiruar ie may be ,.iewed da'yIvat r-ww c:la\iod..vbiz






With the touch of button you will move-into hBldreds ofrelaing
*.... pi,,iti,,as. .11 w hiutcreatingpressure, "1 t' "
....... :~ strss tor stain on your body. Touch a ,
S bultun again andexperience a
SDew concept in coml fort, while your ow
__04 P 1) oilI ffasmaify,.islnhelrps relieve.
., ti dred stre nmusrles, and reduce elndar
tension and fatige.
3 MONTHS same as cash* i .'
......... *WAC & LAY-A-WAY
WESTSIDE ORANGE PARK~
_' f lcrmanjEy Blud 6UI Blandi .i B.d
L_3( I IA lr uwz m11arm a iw
I 786-5919 272-1409
1 ,2 Prie'-Bedding .oura
-"t & .Furniture MF!.ures .-. and 1 W-nAilL-tpt o--e -

Quality Furmtureo ; Mattresses and-a Whole Lot More!


in the International Association Fire-
Fighters (IAFF) and the Azalea City Ki-
wanis Club.Joe was-a gun collector and
as all who knew him, was an avid
prankster. He is survived by his mother,
Bernice Guidry, Pomona Park;
' daughter, Melissa (Uriel) Roman,
Naples; 2 sons: Shane Guidry, Palat-
ka, and Lloyd Laughlin, Orange, TX;
brother, Bob (Pat) Guidry, Beau-
mont, TX; 2 sisters, Pat (Bob) Rosier,
Goose Creek, SC and Betty (George)
Morgan, St Augustine; 1 grand-
daughter, Adayshia Roman and nu-
merous nieces, nephews andcousins.
Services celebrating Joe's life were
held Oct. 11, at Johnson-Overturf
Chapel, Palatka, Rev.Rudy Howard
officated. Inlieuof flo\eri 5. ihefam-
ily Kequests memorial donations be
made in Joe's memory to the
Shriner's Burn Hospital, c/o Morocco
Shrine, PO Box 16039, Jax, FL, 32245.
Checks would need to be payable to the
Shriner's Burn Hospital with a memo at
the bottom indicating in memory of Joe


GuidryJohnson-Overturf Funeral hOme
andCrematoris in charge of arrangements.

DORIS G. ROEMER
Doris G. Roemer, 85, born on June 5,
1920, in Buckingham County, VA, passed
away Sunday, Oct. 9, 2005, in Citrus
Springs, FL. She had resided in Clay
County since 1959 and was.a member of
OP Methodist Church and the Eastern
Star. She is survived, by one sister, Polly
Lewis, Fork Union, VA; 3 children:
Shell\ Dunkum, New Canton, VA,
Willam G. Shu maker, Fredericl, ksb g.
VA, and Sandra-Harsey Summerfield,
FL; 1 step-son, John Roemer Jack-
sonville, FL; 11 grandchildren, 13 great-
grandchildren and numerous nieces
and nephews. Funeral services in cele-
bration of her life will be held at 2 p.m.
Thursday, Oct. 13, at.jacksonm ille Mem-
or \ Gardens Funeral Home. Intel mem
will follow in the Gat den of Last Supper
atJacksonville Memory Gardens. Fami-
ly and friends will gather prior at 1 p.m.
until the hour of service.


March of Dimes makes November

'Prematurity Awarness Month'


Special to Clay Today .
Especially during November, Prema-
turity Awareness M1 on th, the March of
Dimes wants women to know there are
steps they can take to reduce their riskof
premature birth.
One of the best things a woman can
do is to get a medical check up before
she gets pregnant. If she's healthy, her
-baby has a better chance of being
born healthy and on time. Babies born
too early may have serious health
problems.
Babies arein crisis today. Nearly half
a million are born prematurely every
year and the number is rising.
In Flo idta, 486 babi.-sa e boi rn pire-
Inuatu'el ema.hi Wteek.PIemaIurLbelirh i
the inimbei tile killer of new born and
major cause of serious healthproblems.


It costs society billions of dollars
every year.
That is why the March of Dimes has
designated November as Prematurity
Awareness Month.
The March of Dimes is leading a na-
tional effort to save babies from prema-
ture birth by finding research to find
the causes and supporting:local pro-
grams that off i hope a:nd help to fami-
lies with a baby in intensive care.
Evenif a \onuiisa.lcea:l\ pregnant,
itis never too late to find out iwhat to do
to have a healthy baby. She can talk to
her hea.liih i:e pirofeisionil .1cit ian
health condinltions shle iilt[t halaie. i\e
her family and personal history and
.learnhow to maimain health\ lift le
Sboith ihel an1d lier bah\.
Visit \~ii n.matchotdinme.com to
leal n nii' cre.


For subscription information to

Clay Today call 264-3200 x136


Cemetery and Funeral Home r
Full service Funeral Home on the
grounds of our serene Memorial Park- '
Cremation Out fl Ton r .-Arrarnement. : '/


LIVING PRE-ARRANGEMENT gives you
peace of mind at today's prices:
Two Burial Spaces, Side by Side $2600'
'Regularly $3200
within Garden of the Good Shepherd


111 Blanding Blvd.
272-2435 (24 Hrs.1


LCT-014-38OOSJ


Where Families Come Together
When the loss of a loved one draws families together, our home is your home. Our promise is to professionally
serve you with kindness and caring, in the comfort of one of the most stately homes in Green Cove Springs.


SDa.d Broaaus, LFD Johnny Pons, LFD Wes Kinner, LFD.

Broadus-Raines & Pons
Family Funeral Home -
Where Compassion Serves The Heart At
www.broadus-rainesandpons.com
.284-4000. .278-4095 .-


Joe Brusca, L.F.D.
Licensed Funeral Dir.


Section A-26


CLAYTODAY.BIZ


October 13, 2005





October 13, 2005 CLAYTODAY.BIZ Section A-27




&*ss^s4,sc ee*4Ai


EVENTS
CALLING ALL MARINE MEM-
BERS OF COMPANY B (-) 4TH AS-
SAULT AMPHBIAN Bn. The "Iron
Gators" will hold a reunion during the
Marine Corps' Birthday Ball Nov. 19.
Visit www.irongators.com /mcball.html
or call 542-1751.
SOUTHERN HEART GROUP &
LUTHERAN SOCIAL SERVICES will
send a truckload of supplies to animal
and human storm victims in Louisiana
and Mississippi. Drop donations at the
Dogpound Grill, 700 Blanding Blvd., on
Monday. Call 298-1553.
VET POWER OF AMERICA will
host a Texas Holdem Poker Tournament
6:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 14, at the Quality
Inn in Lake City. Grand Prize is $2500
Certificate. Call 758-5629.
THE OPHSALL CLASSYEAR RE-
UNION will be in, conjunction with
Homecoming on Friday, Oct. 14. Alumni
tailgating begins at 5p.m. in the school
Driver's Ed. Range and the game begins at
7:30. For details, visit www.ophsgather-
ing.com, e-mail ophsgathering@cflj..com
or call (407) 921-4124.
THE 23RD ANNUAL TOWN OF
ORANGE PARK FALL FESTIVAL
will be Oct. 15-16 at the corner of Kings-
ley Ave. and Hwy. 17. Call 264-2635 .-
CLAY SENIOR ADVOCACY
COUNCIL AND CLAY COUNTY
COUNCIL ON AGING will host a Senior
Lifestyle Expo 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, Oct.
15, at the Orange Park Senior Center.
SAFE ANIMAL SHELTER will hold
its 13th annual Auction and Dinner 6-10
p.m. Saturday, Oct. 15. It will be sponsored
by Longhorn Steakhouse and hosted by
TV12 weather personality Julie Watkins.
Cost is $25 per person. Call 284-8989.
REPS. OF SEN. BILL NELSON'S
OFFICE will hold hours 6-8 p.m. Tues-
day, Oct. 18 at the Town Hall in Orange
Park. Call 346-4500.
THE CLAY COUNTY RETIRED
EDUCATORSASSOCIATIONwill meet
11a.m. Oct. 18, atFirstPresbyterian Church.
A covered dish luncheon will follow. The
speaker will be Dr. Joanne Roberts.
MIDDLEBURGELEMENTARY will
host a Fall Festival at the school on Friday,
Oct. 21. Admission is free. Tickets are
four for $1.There are food, fun, and games.
There is also a silent auction to help raise
funds for computers for the school.
AN AARP DRIVER SAFETY
CLASS will be taught 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
Thursday and Friday, Oct. 20-21 at
Southside United Methodist Church,
3120 Hendricks Ave.,Jacksonville. The
cost is $10. Call (904) 731-3106.
THE FLORIDA FEDERATION OF
GARDEN CLUBS, INC. will present its
annual horticultural program 9 a.m.-3
p.m. Oct. 22, at the Duval County Exten-
sion Office, 1010 N. McDuff Ave. Cost is $5
in advance or $8 atthe door. Call 282-4981.
THE PUBLIC SAFETY COMMIT-
TEE will meet 2 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 27,
at the Clay County Administration
Building, 477 Houston Street, Green
Cove Springs.
16TH ANNUAL CAT SHOW & IN-
TERNATIONAL CAT AGILITY
TRIAL will be Oct. 22-23 at the Clay
County Fairgrounds. Cost is $5 for adults
and $4 for children 6-12 years old, mili-
tary personnel and seniors. Call 284-5317.
THE ARC JACKSONVILLE will
host its 14th Annual Dinner with Bill 6:30
p.m. Oct. 26, at the Hyatt DowntownJack-
sonville. Guest speaker is Gary Guller.
Tickets are $100 per seat or $1,000 for 10
corporate seats. Call 355-0155 ext. 12.
THE ORANGE PARK COMMU-
NITY THEATRE will hold a perform-
ance of Prescription: Murder to benefit


F


the Clay County Humane Society
Thursday, Oct. 27. Tickets are $20 and
can be purchased from the Humane So-
ciety at 2230 Filmore St. Call 276-7729.
LIFESTYLE FAMILYFITNESS will
host a Hurricane Relief Walk-A-Thon
10 a.m.-noon Saturday, Oct. 29. A $10
entry fee will be accepted. All proceeds
go to the American Red Cross Hurri-
cane Relief Effort. Visit www.lff.com or
http://katrina.redcross.org/.
A PARK CONCERT SERIES will
occur 3-8 p.m. Oct. 29 at Gold Head
Branch State Park. Participants are en-
couraged to bring lawn chairs and enjoy
music featuring the classic rock sounds of
Mid-Life Crisis and Crooked Counsel. The
concert is free with park admission. Call
(352) 473-4879 or visit http://www.flori-
dastateparks.org and selecting Mike Rosse
Gold Head Branch State Park.
BECK CHRYSLER DODGE JEEP
AND MARC KLAAS OF THE
KLAASKIDS FOUNDATION will host
a free KlaasKids Print-A-Thon to pro-
mote and educate families about child
safety and fingerprint and photograph
children 10 a.m.-4 p.m.Saturday, Nov. 5, at
their store in Palatka. Call 800-382-3692.
THE FIRST ANNUAL OUT-
DOOR SPORTSMAN EXPO will be 10
a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 18, at the Clay
County Agricultural Fairgrounds. Call
386-328-8875.
GRACE EPISCOPAL DAY SCHOOL
ishostingablockpartyfrom6to8pmn.Mon-
day, Oct. 31, on its grounds on Stowe Street,
justsouth of KingsleyAvenue andU.S.17in-
tersection.Therewillbegamesfoodanden-
tertainment.Admissionis twocannedgoods
for The Clothes Closetfood bank

RELIGION
THE LAKEWOOD UNITED
METHODIST WOMEN are sponsor-.
ing the church's 20th Annual Craft Ex-
travaganza 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday,
Nov.12, with more than 75 regional
crafters participating. All proceeds will
benefit mission projects arotuind the
world. The church is located at 6133 San-
Jose Boulevard, just south of University
Boulevard West. Call 733-8477.
DECOY BAPTIST CHURCH will
hold homecoming 11 a.m. Oct. 30 and
Hallelujah Night 6 p.m. Oct. 31 at 671
Decoy Road in Green Cove Springs.
ASBURY UNITED METHODIST
CHURCH OF ORANGE PARK will
host a Fall Festival Saturday, Oct.15, at 16
College Dr. Activities include a yardsale,
bake sale, Pumpkin Patch and games.
The clhi ch is rlsu i-ling 1 pumpkins and
gourd s. (L. II 272-0(11).
FLEMING ISLAND PRESBYTER-
IAN CHURCH is selling its keepsake
cookbook containing 181 local recipes
for $15 at 1743 CR 220. All proceeds go
toward the building fund. Call 269-2412.
ORANGE AVENUE BAPTIST
CHURCH GREEN COVE SPRINGS
, ill ho01l! Trunk or Treat 6-8 p.m. Mon-
day, Oct. 31, at 1106 N. Orange Ave.,
Green Cove Springs. Call 284-3937.
MIDDLEBURG UNITED
METHODIST CHURCH will host its
annual Pumpkin Patch Sale throughout
October next to McDonalds on Blanding
Blvd. Hours will be 10 a.m.-9 p.m. Mon-
day -Saturday and 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Sunday.
RUSSELL BAPTIST CHURCH'S
HANDS ON MISSION will host an Arts
and Crafts Festival 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Oct. 22,
at WRAY Radio, 2500 Russell Road.
Crafters are needed. Call 284-3951.
ST. MARGARET'S CHILDREN'S
HOUSE will host its fifth annual Fall
Yard Sale 7 a.m.-noon Saturday, Oct. 29,
at the church. Items include games,
clothing, household items, knick-knacks


and toys. Call 264-3168.
THE EVANGELISM AND HOME
MISSIONS DEPARTMENT of the Green
Cove Springs Congregational Holiness
Church willpresent 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.

ONGOING EVENTS
THE FRIDAY NIGHT DANCE
CLUB at the Orange Park Lion Club, 423
McIntosh Ave. Active adults, married or
single are invited to attend. Snacks, set-
ups, door prizes and a smoke free atmos-
phere are there for the attendee. Non
members $8 members $6. Call: 463-4449
SHEPHERD'S CENTER OF OR-
ANGE PARK will present Adventures in
Lca r ni ng Monda\ s, Oct. 3-Nov. 21, at the
F a miI \ Life (CI n e r of the Orange Park
Lin ited MIthod irt Church. Cost for the
eight-\,eek session is $20.- Classes are
American History, Bible Study, Bridge,
ChL istmas CardN., CLurIrent Events, Exer-
cise. Financial Plan nig. line dancing,
memoir writing, paper cutting, Scrabble,
singing, Spanish, stamping, TaiChi,Yoga.
and beginning and advanced computing.
Lunch follows programs. Call 269-5315.
THE SOUTH EAST VOLKSWA-
GEN CLUB gathers at the Sonic Drive-,
In,1711 Wells Rd, Orange Park, 6 p.m. on
the first Saturday of every month. All
Volkswagens and people who have an
interest in VWs invited. Call 272-5244
RECOVERY, INC., a support group for
those suffering from stress, tension; anxi-
ety, panic, depression, fatigue, sleep prob-
lems, worry, anger, fear, helplessness or
hopelessness, will meet 1pin. each Wediies-
day atAdventLutheran Church, 2156 Loch
Rane Blvd., Orange Park. Call 264-2315.
THE SOUTHERN GENEALO-
GIST'S EXCHANGE SOCIETY will
meet 10 a.m. the second Saturday of the
month at theirlibrary/headquarters, 6215
SauterneDrive. JaI Ikson-i) e Ca 72-'-s7'0i.
IMPROVEJACKSON VIL LE COM-
EDY THEATRE will host a wine tasting
6 p.m. the second and fourth Friday of
the monithi. Cost is $1. Call 49-FUNNY
ORANGE PARK MEDICAL CEN-
TER'S WELLNESS WEDNESDAYS, a
free health information and screening
event, will take place 7-10 a.m. the last
Wed i iesda( of each month in the hospital's
Registration Lobby on Kingsley Ave. Visit
www.opmedical:com or call 904-213-2601.
ART GUILD OF ORANGE PARK,
INC. meets 7 p.m. the first Tuesday of
each month September-May in the Or-
ange Park Library. Call 904-215-9177 or
visit www.orangeparkart.com'
BARREL RACING will be 7p.m. every
Saturday at 308 Tanglewood Blvd. Cost is
$3 for members and $5 for non-members.
Spectators get in free. Call 282-1631.
THE OLDE FARM INC. distributes
free food 3:30-5:30 p.m. every Friday. Take
County Road 218 west to Carter Spencer
Road, then south approximately two
miles to the Carter Spencer farm, the for-
mer Ham Jam site. Call (904) 291-3852.
THE CLAY COUNTY COUPON
CLUB meets 10 a.m. every third Wednes-
day at the Orange Park Library. Call
284-2937.
THE GREEN COVE SPRINGS LI-
BRARY will offer a preschool story
hour.10:30a.m. every Friday fo'r children
3-6 )eai sold. (:all 269-6315.
CAR EG IV ER/ALZEHEIMER
SUPPORT GROUP-meets 6:30-7:45 p.m.r
the third Tuesday of the month at the Or-
ange Park Senior Center. Call 264- 5977.
BOOK DISCUSSION GROUP of
The Orange Park Library meets 7 p.m.


Proud to be part of the community.


Community Calendar Sponsor


. .. . . . - - .


0

Pub


lix ...........


the second Ttesda, of dthe i ounth at the
Slibral). Cill 27S-4750.
CAREGIVER SUPPORT GROUP
meets 3:45-5:15-p.m. the third Wednes-
day of the month at Hospice of the
Lakes, i4 00 S[.Johns Ave.,Palatka and 11
a.m.-12 p.m. the first Monday of the
month at Hospice of Jacksonville, 8130
Baymeadows WaV West, Suite 101. Call
(800) 816-0596 or (866) 733-49818.
FIND, a networking group for busi-
nesses, meets 7:30-9:30 am. Thursday at
the Eagle Harbor Golf Club. The $10 fee
includes breakfast. Call 213-856 4.
JACKSONVILLE PIPES AND
DRUMS meets 5:45-9 p.m. Wednesday
at Mandarin High School. Call 264-2173
or visit jaxpipes.tripod.com. ,
LOOK IN GOOD, A se lf-help group
for people with Multiple Sclerosis,meets
11 a.m. the second Saturday of the
month. Call 278-8060.
MILITARY OFFICERS ASSOCIA-
TION meets on the third Wednesday of
every month. Call 213-0701.
NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS
meets 8 p.m. Thin sda\ at St. Mai's Epis-
copal hut inci in Gieen .o\ e Spiings.
CHRISTIAN MOTORCYCLIST
ASSOCIATION Clay County Chapter
ineeLt 6-8 p.m.Fi ida\ sat Zaxb\ at Bland-
ing and KingEsle in ()range Park. The\
also ni et 5-6 p.m. he fourth Saturda\ of
the month at Orange A\ e. Baptist Chuarch.
Green Cove Springs, with optional Bible
stud\ froill 6-7pm. visitt cmaisa.org.
RETIRED FEDERAL EMPLOY-
EES meets 1 p.m. the second Ttesda\ of
the month at the Orange Park Public Li-
brat \. Call 276-9415.
THE ROCKIN' REDHATLAND
CHAPTER OF THE RED HAT SOCI-
ETY will meet 6:30 p.m. every third
Tuesday. Call 284-0455.
THE GEN. ROY S. GEIGER DE-
TACHMENT OF THE MARINE
CORPSLEAGUE meets 7.p.m. the third
Monday of the month at the Middle-
burg VFW. Call 272-5013.
THE GREEN COVE
SPRINGS/PENNEY FARMS LIONS
CLUB meets noon on the second and
fourth Wednesday of the month at Ron-
nieu Wings. 0) stet sa nd More- Resta ul ant
in Green Cove Springs. Call 904-868-9683.
MOMS CLUB OFJACKSONVILLE
ORANGE PARK / WESTSIDE will
meet 10 a.m. the second Thursday of the
month at Cal; ai) United Methodist
Church, 112 Blanding Blvd., across from the
Orange Park Mall. Call 771-9573 or visit
momsclubopw@yahob.com.
THE VFW POST 8255 AND LADIES
AUXILIARY meets 7:30 p.m. the third
Wednesday of each month atthePostHome,
2296 Astor Ave. Men's Auxiliary meets 7:30
p.m. the second Tti es ia) of each month and
Bingo is held 6p.m. every Thursday.

HEALTH
HOSPICE OF JACKSONVILLE is
searching for volunteers to help the com-
munity. Volunteers can chose assign-
ments that best suit them. Call 733-9818.
Editors note: All submissions to the
Community Calendar must be received
by the Friday prior to publication and
will be placed on a space available basis.
Email submissions to Greg Walsh,
gwalsh@jcpgroup.com


iCClay Electric Cooperative, Inc.
AToudhsone Energw' Cpersive
Competitive rates, non-profit,
right here in your community.
Keystone (352) 473-4917
Orange Park (904) 272-2456
clayelectric.com "
CLT-0017-3805






Section A-28 CLAYTODAY.BIZ October 13, 2005


ire


I escue


CCSO hosts health fair


Special to Clay Today
GREEN COVE SPRINGS In an effort
to promote good health agency-wide,
Clay County Sheriff Rick Beseler and his
staff hosted a health and weight chal-
lenge event Wednesday, Oct. 5, at the
Sheriff's Office in Green Cove Springs.
More than 100 employees received
health screenings that day and 63 signed
on and weighed in for the weight loss
challenge. The winner receives a three-
.1\ I tl iSe fijl [\l .
MNedical experts ti fnom O(an Park
MNedi(cal C(-enter ,etc stationed in the


CCSO's third-floor training room to pro-
vide a variety of free medical and health
checks. In addition, a health and fitness
instructor from Socada Gym also provid-
ed ideas on getting in shape. A healthy
lunch was provided to.the CCSO mem-
bers for free by Rich's Barbecue.
The event is just one of many initia-
tives under way at the CCSO aimed at im-
proving the health and therefore the
productivity of CCSO members.


Utility trailers being


targeted by thieves


Special to Clay Today
GREEN COVE SPRINGS Detectives
from the Clay County Sheriff's Office
General Investigations Unit i e a S i i
residents to increase their awareness re-
garding the potential theft of utility
trailers in our county and in surround-
ing counties.
Law enforcement agencies around
the region have seen an increase in the
number of utility trailer thefts and of
the equipment often housed on them.
While several cases in C.la Couint v have
been solved and arrests made, others re-
rnain under int\ etig'ation.
The Ide.tecti-te working these types
of thefts encourage residents who own


utility trailers to take the following pre-
L enttiL\ e steps: ... .
A I'a\ s seii t e U IJailei 11id equip-
ment with some sort of locking device,
preferably a tongue lock.,
Mark the trailer and equipment
with recognizable sig inae and VIN
iilmbi'..
Hang onto the proof of purchase, i.e.
store or manufacturer receipts and
trailer registration.
Take a photograph of the trailer
andequipment that will aide detectives
if/after a theft occurs.
Park the trailer, especially
overnight, in a secure, well-lit area.
Report stpiciotiu acti\ it\ on or
airoind the Works'ite or neighborhood.


Deputy Sheriff Margaret Emmert
receives a back massage at the Health
i Challenge event held last week.


back in business.
back tocwork.
back on your feet.
back to normal.


Stearns announces grant for


Clay County to combat crime


Special to Clay Today
WASHING TON "I am pleased to an-
nounce that Clay County isreceiving a
grant of $52,461 through the U.S. Depar t-
ment ofJustices Ed \, a rd Byrne Memori-
al Justice Assistance Grant Program,"
said Rep. Cliff Steams (R-Ocala). "These


particular grants allow local g0o\ein-
ments to support a broad range of activ-
ities to pire ent and control crime based.
ol-, lcalnl-eds and :onditionh.Thi Ol ant
willassist ClaN Count in purchasing lap-
top (comIpuIters and sotl'tiare to access
state and national databases for wanted
persons. \ehicles,.and properly."' ::


USFA releases cooking


fires report


Special to Clay Today,
WASHINGTON, D.C. In 2002 alone,
cooking-related fires caused an estimat-
ed 185,600 structure fires, 80 civilian
deaths, 3,875 injuries, and $481 million
in property damage, according to a new
report issued today by the Federal
Emergency Management Agency's U.S.
Fire Administration.
"Each year, cooking fires in structures
'cenei ali result in tihe highest number of
injuries." said Clu lie Dickinisoii. Depuit\
United States Fire Administratori."Cook-
ins fires; account for a large number of


preventable fires and injury ies. Simply
being more attenti\ e tothe iusef cooking
material-, and equipment iould greatly
reduce these t\pesof tiresand injuries."
The report. Structure Cooking Fires,
w:As developed b) the National Fire Data
Center, part of FEMI-Vs U.S. Fire Adminis-
tration,andisbaed on data fii 1m1 the 2l002
National Fire Incident Reporting System
kNF IRS). The i cpi t [ examines hlie lchaarc-
teristics of stuci Lure cooking t ires. Couk-
ing fires peak during tlhe dinner hour
with oil. ift. and grease being tie leadimig
types of material that ignite over 40 per-
cent of these structure fires.


mnore'< -.-more


S ~- ~ a.W'S'
S S S*..J~Z~ '~(Wfl"


more
269-7377
www.iestutors.com

Present this ad for 35% discount on registration,
15% discount on the 1st 5 hours of instruction
Keep your child from the edge with
FCAT, SAT, ACT, FL Writes tutoring.


402 Loring Avenue Orange Park. Florida 32073-2912
(904) 269-7377 Toll Free: 1-888-265-7377 Fax: 269-0615
E-mai: ieso.C@iestutors.com. .


(1Jy~~


. I p


Oct6ber 13, 2005,


CLAYTODAYBIZ


Section A-28


t


too A"






October 13, 2005 CLAYTODAY.BIZ Section A-29


ARRESTS


The following were arrested Oct.4-10. For
more information, contact the Clay County
Sheriffs Office at 284-7575.
Akers, Donald 36: leaving the scene with
property damage
Allen, Mark 23: dui
Arnold, Shawn, 27: attempt to obtain a
controlled substance by fraud
Atkins, Michael 21: poss of cocaine x2, re-
sisting officer with violence, poss of a con-
trolled substance, poss of marijuana more
than 20 grams
Austin, Roosevelt 48: driving while li-
cense is suspended or revoked
Bailey,James 41: writ of bodily attach-
ment
Baker, Edward 27: burglary of a structure
Baker, Tara 20: worthless check
Beasley, Misty 22: driving while license is
suspended or revoked
Becton, Christopher 35: trespassing after
warning
Bennett, Elaine 36: fraud
Black, Adrian 22: sale/delivery of crack
cocaine
Blank, Allen 44: driving while license is
suspended or revoked
Bowman, Kiisti 19: grand theft
Bradley,Joseph 20: driving while license
is suspended or revoked
Brailey, Douglas 37: simple battery, false
report of commission of crime
Brasher, Gregg 31: indirect criminal con-
tempt
Bridges,Jessica 25: grand theft
Brown, Brian 22: retail theft
Brown, David 18: possof cocaine, no valid
driver's license
Cheatham,Michael38:refusal of dui, driv-
ing while license is suspended or revoked
Chlebus, Stephen 56: dui
Chorman, Christopher 23: trespassing
on occupied structure
Clouse, Aaron 32:dui withmanslaughter
(.ook, Arlo'57:dili .


Cook, Shelton 32: domestic battery
Copeland, Michael 25: uttering a forged_
check
Correll, Mark 25: grand theft
Cranford,John 25: driving while license
is suspended or revoked
Cutner, Timothy 48:1st degree petit theft
Delegarza, Kimberly 20: domesticbattery
Demick, Cammie 27: indirect criminal
contempt of court
Desai, Ashish 34: grand theft of proper-
ty valued at $100,000
Doeber, Tommy 25: driving while license
is suspended or revoked, false reports of
traffic to leo
Elston,Charles30.nisconduct,trespassing
Esford, Nancy 50: violation of fish rules
Espinoza, Adrianna 18: aggravated
battery
Farrington, Joshua 18: custody order.
driving while license is suspended or re-
voked
Farrington,Joshua 18: driving while li-
cense is suspended or revoked, improper
tag, no valid driver's license
Farrington, Leah 26: domestic assault
Faulk, Carl 48: aggravated assault
Felton,James 51: indirect criminal con-
tempt
Finn,Janmes 28: criminal mischief
Fitch,John 52: domestic battery
Flores, Alvaro 23: no valid driver's license
Foster, Christopher 36: controlled sub-
stance, poss of marijuana less than 20 grams,
dui
Friedman, Karen 44: trafficking illegal
drugs, poss of drug paraphernalia -
Furman, Richard 21: poss of cocaine,
poss of cannabis, drug paraphernalia, do-
mestic battery .
Garrett, Shelley 37: worthless checks
Graham, Chanel 20: poss with intent to
distribute
Haas, Dustin 18: battery, resisting without
violence
Harkcom. David 41:criminal mischief


Harman,Jack 26: unemployment comp
fraud
Harper, Ross 19: driving while license is
suspendedorrevoked,possof marijuana over
20 grams, poss/use of drug paraphernalia
Harrigan,James 30: domestic battery
Harris, Brian 39: burglary to unoccupied
conveyance
Hartley, Stacy.30: driving while license is
suspended or revoked
. HattawayCollen 31: driving while license
is suspended or revoked
Hodge, Brian 48: disorderly intoxication
Huff, Michael 39: dui
Jamerson, Dennis 23: escape, grand theft
Jeffrie, Kevin 18: criminal mischief
Jenkins, Anthony 40: providing false
name, poss of paraphernalia, resisting with-
out violehice
Johnson, Derek 45: poss of counterfeit
d% d's and cd's, poss of less than 20 grams of
marijuana
Joi es. Adain 24:" aiemii)t 10 oblitain c-11-
trolled substance b\ fraud
Jones. Marc us 21: con titled suiibsta nee
I )ox.alle I
Jones.Roraild51:dui
Lec.Jeren, 29: iilawvtil sexual atti itv
tlia minor
Loone Rick\ 37: banei \
Li )ez. Berinaidi noai : n,.i dri t e r's license
Lumipkins, Mairuell21c: r:-ir theft
LiosKi is[enii23: batcn
Lytle, Flo \d 42: unemployment conm-
pensation fraud
Malo, Kenneth 38: poss of conIntroledi
substance, poss of cannabis more than 20
grams, poss of drug paraphernalia
Marks, Curtis 45: domestic battery
Martin, Richard 34: driving while license
is suspended or revoked
Mattson, Bobby 23: reckless driving
Mattson, Bobby 23: reckless driving, op-.
erating motor vehicle with canceled/sus-
pended license, controlled substance
N la,Rachell8:1xss.\~\ihuitent-todistribihte


Dream D o s. o$1 00mOFF
r--- i t; -


.."..Did YouMis The Home & Patio Show
Sp cials That Dream Doors offered? I
3 Co'me to any of our convenient showrooms from now
until November 18, 2005 and receive the very same deal
.......... "r Dream Doors offered at the Fall Home & Patio Show!

-H Avoid the crowds, the parking and the
lat minute rush! Come to our .
.showrooms and see the largest selection '
A F :of decorative door glass anywhere.
Purchase prior to November 22nd, 2005 & 1
S,46 receive' the best prices ever offered in
OPEN ithe history of Dream.Doors!
am-6pm Weekdays II
Yam-4pm Saturday "


* Most designs obscure for privacy All glass tempered safety' for security
Over 75 designs on display in each of our three convenient showrooms
w


neguiar rPrce u
Any Full Glass



$5000 OFF
Regular Price of
Any Side Light Glass


$3000 OFF

Regular Price of
Any Handle Lock Set

Offer ends November 18, 2005. Cannot be combined
with any other specials sales, red tags, promotions
or discounts currently or previously offered. Not
retroactive to past purchases. One per customer


vwwiDreamDoors.com


-. .MANDARIN ORANRK AKSONEE

, .: 5 Q-i Shad Road ^l256 ,. 2-20 3-.:... .
.- -.5 -- ....


Dream Doomr


May,AWendvi 35. sin ple baiter
McCa ice, G(iace 21:domes[ic baiLe )
N 1cNeese, Bill v48: domestic battery
i eLanson,, Darla 38: controlled sub-
stance, dui
Mentzos, Richard 34: driving while li-
cense is suspended or revoked
Montrgoiner.Robert 36:forger\
Moore, Da nin 36: dui
-Morse, Ronnie 28: false imprisonment,
iolatiun of injuncLiion -l
Mosquera. Andeirson 23: dui, driving .
hlilelicense isisuspendedo 01 retloed
Oli0 eios.ChriLiuia 18: petir theft
Padget. Rachel2i6:conurolledLsubstance
Parker.Aknhonm 44:: worthless check x2
Par ker. Williamin 19: no alid driver's li-
cense
Parrish, Ross 27: controlled substance
(cocaine)
Peters, William 28: intro contra deten-
tionx2
Phelps. Riaes'aitn 26: controlled sub-
stancie \2.dri\ inmg title license i'. Isuspend-
ed or re %oked
Posada,Jose33:dui
Powell, Christopher 32. aggri ed ax d as-
sault
Pucketu.Debrai29:Wortihlessihecks
Reed.NMatulihe 22:defiaud innkeeper
Reese.Geoige 42. \t' i.ofaUtaclimeit t:r
child support
Rhden. Jefitei 29: cointiolled sib-
sLi n(:e.d(Li\0 iini hl-ice iLse is suspeiidedIor
:1 e\ oked
Rhoden,Jefferi\ 29:d ri ig while lice ise
is suspended or ie eoked
Ringer. Cliffoid 24: d u i
Roberger.Peter51:drii ti while license
is suspendedd ol revoked
Robinson, Tomn 20: indirect ct iminal
coteumpit of court
Sal'iado. Aljan.drio 25: no alicd dr iveil Si-
ARESTSense
ARRESTS cont\med on p,,,eA-30








Section A-30 CLAYTODAY.BIZ October 13, 2005


Clay County Sheriff's Office Most Wanted
As of Monday, Oct. 10

*Editor's Note: The Clay County Sheriff's Office provides photographs and related information about suspects appearing
in Clay Today's Most Wanted section. Anyone with information on these suspects is asked to call CCSO at 284-7575.


Daniel Cabeza, 35, Kelly Ford, 28, credit
driver's license fraud .card fraud .1


Jonathan Nelson, 20,
violation of parole
grand theft


ARRESTS from page A-29


Sanders, Cecil 24: driving while license is
suspended or revoked
Scarpinito, Troy 31: disorderly intoxi-
cation
Scriven,John 40: poss of alcohol*
Shepard, Shane 33: disorderly intoxica-
tion, trespass warning, poss of cannabis of
less than 20 grams
Shrowder,Jerry 60: resisting without


-.
Rita Sessoms, 51, felony
worthless check


violence
Sides, Christopher 26: dui
Skelton, Richard27: domestic battery x2
SmithJoshua 27: leaving the scene of an
accident
Smith, Phillip 29: warrant
Sunday, Henry 19: grand theft
Speight, Anthony 28: domestic battery,
poss of cocaine, poss of cannabis
Stacy, Charles 19: poss of cocaine, poss of
drug paraphernalia, fraudulent use of.


Heather Johnson, 20, Stephen Murphy, 54,
felony worthless check felony worthless check


credit card
Stafford, Michelle 41- petit theft
Stewart, Derrick 30: sale/delivery of co-
caine and marijuana
Stokes, Thomas 31: child abuse
Swanagan, Michael 54: simple battery
Swann, Kapriece 41: dealing in stolen
property
Templeton, Stephen 34: dui, driving
while license is suspended or revoked
Thompson, Travis 34: disorderly in-
toxication
Tippet, Benton 46: driving while license
is suspended or revoked
Torres, Fernando 29: robbery
Turner, Saundra 34: driving while li-'
cense is suspended or revoked x5, writ of at-
tachment


Milton Myles, 27,
violation of parole,
agg. child abuse


Uhl, Kenneth 22: trespassing resist-
ing/opposing officer without violence
Vennix, Craig 40: domestic battery, vio-
lation of injunction
Way, Reginald 21: home invasionrobbery
White, Daniel 21: obstruction of justice
Whitehead, Traci 38: worthless check
Williams, Danny 23:petit theft
Williams, Evelyn 23: theft to auto, con-
trolled substance
Williams,Jason 28: aggravated battery
Willis,James 20: contempt of court
Wilson, Gregory 26: indirect criminal
contempt
Wise Re tie 35: rand f
W,,:idl. L:,sl-,.,nda 18 aggl a\ ; t n (-I tatte'ry
WI igli.Je, _nif,'li 24: no \ahlid di her'ss
license


F.
.2;,


$_ 95 A Month
Trial Offer Rent-to-Own
for qualified "I
T customers
NO Systems Eliminate: Yellow Water, Iron, Odors, '
S NORadium, Hardness & Removes Chlorine
FI TI-RR 'a


SINCE 1946

Exp. 9/30/05 1-800-633-711


Penny Arnett, 46,
forgery


Shawn Soto, 23, viola-
tion of parole; sale,
delivery of cannabis


Troy Thompson, 22, Charles Torak, 38,
felony worthless check fugitive from justice


CLAYTODAYBIZ


October 13, 2005


Section A-30







,ctnh 1 20,


DETECTIVES from page A-3

to follow a direct order, and your de-
cision to place yourself and a subor-
dinate in a dangerous situation for
which there was no necessity causes
me to seriously question your ability
to supervise others."
But Beseler also faulted Vaughn,
who was suspended five days with-
out pay but can maintain his posi-
tion. He has been with the Sheriff's
Office two years.
Beseler wrote that Vaughn should
have known there was no way Mahla
could have notifiedJSO, as required
by department rules, that the two
would be entering Duval County.
"Thus, you were with Sgt. Mahla
when he made the decision to go into
Duval County, and knew that he had
not made such notification prior to
entering Duval County. For that rea-
son, you should have known that the
order Sgt. Mahla gave to go into
Duval County, and to conduct a
criminal investigation involving
someone suspected of a vice crime,
was unlawful."
According to a State Attorney's Of-
fice, the Clay County officers were
conducting vice operations at the
Suburban Lodge whileJSO was work-
ing just across the county line at the
Red Roof Inn.
The two departnients previously
discussed working together but had
not formalized the process, according
to a State Attorney's Office disposi-
tion statement.
In the disciplinary notice, Beseler
wrote that Mahla had been told by su-
perior officers specifically to stay out
of Duval County and that the joint
operation would be delayed at least
two weeks. Another supervisor told
Mahla to contactJSO if he entered
Duval County for intelligence gath-
ering, Beseler Wrote.
Mahlafailed to follow oideis fiomn
a rankirig officer, did notget a super-
visor's permission to conduct surveil-
lance and itrierfered % id anodler law
enforcement agency's operation, the
disciplinary notice states.
It further states: "During this inci-
dent, you exposed your lf and a sub-
ordinate to a risk of harm for which
there was no justification or necessity.
I cannot minimize the fact that you
engaged in police operations in an-
other county, during which you had
nobackupfoi \ or iai fenr, and thieen-
tire agency was unaware of your ac-
tivities or location. In this situation,
armed undercover police officers
from different jurisdictions came
into contact with each other, each
conducting their own criminal inves-
tigation, unaware of the fact that the
others they encountered Were also
police officers armed with firearms.
The potential for a disastrous and
deadly confrontation was created
solely by your decision to engage in
an investigation contrary to a direct
order, and general orders, without
notifying your superior and the other
local agency."
While the State Attorney's Office
declined to chaig, lihe meni it, too,.
pointed out they failed to follow
protocol. '"Although Mahala (sic) and
Vaugh made contact with a person
they believed to be a prostitute, the
evidence fails to review the exis-
tence of arny criminal intent ... In
doing so, the investigation reveals
both detectives violated numerous
general orders or internal operating
procedures within the CCSO."
Neither Mahla nor Vaughan had
received disciplinary action previ-
ously during their CCSO careers, said
Mary Justino, Sheriff's Office
spokesperson.
A pre-disciplinary hearing is set
for Friday, Oct. 14. The two officers
also can appeal Sheriff Rick Beseler's
actions to the Career Service Ap-
pealsBoard. ...


FLORIDA GAS

TRANSMISSION COMPANY

PROPOSES A PIPELINE

EXPANSION TO SUPPLY

FLORIDA'S CLEAN,

ENERGY NEEDS

The Filing October 5th


On October 5, 2005, Florida Gas Transmission,
Company (FGT) filed an application for a Certificate of
Public Convenience and Necessity with the Federal
Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) to construct an
expansion to our existing interstate pipeline system. The
project has been designated as our Phase VII Expansion
Project and the application has been assigned Docket
No. CP06-1-000 at the FERC.


Florida Gas Transmission your clean
energy partner .


FGT is Florida's leader in providing clean energy
solutions, safely and reliably. FGT is an interstate
pipeline company with offices in Maitland, Florida and
Houston, Texas and employees at field offices along our
pipeline system. FGT ,operates a 5,000-mile pipeline
system that runs from South Texas to Homestead,
Florida. FGT has been supplying the majority of
Florida's natural gas needs for over 40 years through
an extensive network of underground pipelines.


Phase VII Expansion Project its scope
and purpose


The Phase VII Expansion Project refers to Florida
Gas Transmission's proposal to construct three 36-inch
natural gas pipeline loops on the 30-inch West Leg; add
9,800 horsepower at existing compressor stations and
associated auxiliary facilities. The proposed Project ,vill
be completed in two phases to meet customer timing
requirements. The proposed in-serice dates are May 1,
2007 and May 1, 2009. FGT proposes to construct
three 36-inch loops totaling 17.3 miles of pipe and
adding 9,800 horsepower to tio existing compressor
stations and re-wheeling two existing compressor units
at STition 26. A new interconnect w-ill be constructed
with Cypress Pipeline along with modifications to existing
metering facilities. These facilities are planned to be in
service on May 1, 2007. FGT proposes to construct two
36-inch loops totaling.15.3 miles of pipe and re-wheel
two existing compressor units at Station 27, with a .
planned in service of May 1, 2009.
The purpose of the PhaseVII Expansion Project is
to deliver additional natural gas volumes for Progress
Energy's planned expansion of generation capacity in
2007 and 2009.


Planned construction in your area ,


* Public Library Middleburg Clay-Hill
2245 Aster Street
Middleburg, FL 32068
(904) 282-2495


How Landowners are affected:


A pipeline normally requires a permanent 50-foot
wide right-of-way. During construction, FGT will need
an additional 50-foot workspace next to the permanent
right-of-way. FGT may also need temporary\ orkspace
in certain, areas, such as road. railroad. or stream
cr ossin.gs, to accommodate particular construction
activities. Property owners: are entitled by law to receive
compensation for having a pipeline on their property.
FGT will negotiate with the property owner. to receive
appro als through a signed easement for needed
property rights.
To the extent that FGT is unable to negotiate
easement rights with landowner-rs whose property the
pipeline construction irnpacts, such easement rights
inay be determined in accordance with the eminent.
domain laws.


How to obtain additional information


Additional information including the application
and a publication called An.Interstate Natural Gas Facility
on My Land? What do I need to know? is available
through the FERC website, www.ferc.gov using the
."eLibrarv"link and the "For Citizens"link, respectively.
-For assistance, please contact FERC Online Support
at ferconlinesupport@ferc.gov or calltoll-free at
(866) 208-3676. The FERC.Office of E\ternal Affairs
can be contacted toll-free at (866) 208-3372.


SA- separate notice concerning the application is

being mailed to affected landowners and government
agencies involved in the project.


If you would like to learn more about the
project, please contact Jason Hill, Right of Way
Agent, toll-free at (877) 663-9161 or log on to:
www.crosscountryenergy.com/abouit/fgt.shtml


Please refer to the map for a list of facilities to be
constructed in your area. A copy of our FERC application Florida Gas Transmission Company
is available for viewing at the following location: A Panhandle Energy/El Paso Affiliate

I 1. Tc I.............................


Section A-31


CLAYTODAY.BI-Z


October 13 2005





Section A-32 CLAYTODAY.BIZ October 13, 2005


Friday 6pm -10pm Sat. llam--10p
Sun. 12pm-5pm
^ .L n v


Silent
Auction


For Sale


Food:


BBQ
Cliiicen


N-^


., Ij. 0


Continuous
Entertainment
Live Bands
Headlining:
Mid-Life Crisis .
> ---.O
K ^-- \^ '^ ?^ .-''- -


4. 4 ,44


p


October 13, 2005


-CLAYTODAY.BIZ


Section A-32


TZ tl dav jj


10


,', J.,


!


L -o


- r d


NO


4.







Rain affected the
football action around
the First Coast as
Middleburg running
back Memphis Her-
ring comes up with a
face full of mud dur-
ing the Broncos battle
against Orange Park.


rts


OCTOBER 13-OCTOBER 19, 2005 EDITION Section B of three sections VOL. 35 NO. 41

vT REGISTER MOW for Youth Basketball for Boys & Girls ages 4-17
2 Locations to play: Dye-Clay Family YMCA (Orange Park) 272-4304 ages 4-17 3
Barco-Mewton Family YMCA (Fleming Island) 278-9622 ages 4-11
YMCA YMCA ,


OPHS athlete remembered for


courage, faith, unselfish nature


By Horace Davis, Staff
h. .'. -I .I"-" '" .


O)R NGE PARK Far too man\ tunes in
the sports t circles the orld hero is used for
an athlete ~ ho ma\ hit a baseball or
throw a touchdown pass.


more than once to descr ibe the ftin-hlo-
nmg teenager. Courageous. gentle., kind.
confident and most of all. he alh\a\ s put
others' feelings first.
The most telling words came tfromhis
father. Bei nie. As Stephen dealt %% ith the
blow of finding out lie had cancer and


of God should be manifest in him."
It wau clear Dandridge never hlot iis
sense of humor through it all.
His friend and teannmmates Tim Moore
and And:rew Bachelor shared hoiu Dan-
dridge uotld attend games or oin \ arious
a'ipsstittig."I haweone l-g but I stillileoiiL


*CHRYSLER JEEP*

WELLS ROAD* 269-1033


-E:- ~-$~'
L. -.. -
t
*1


USED

CARS-ALL
MAKES
ALL MODELS

USED

TRUCKS


WHITE GLOVE


I'HOIO sl .I'iTl I ULLAI IUUil


Stephen Dandridge, kneeling, is joined.by his teammates after they shaved their heads in his honor.


But if you look the word up in Web-
ster's Dictionary it says, "A man noted for
courageous acts or nobility of purpose,
one who has risked or sacrificed his life."
On Saturday, Oct.8, Orange Park High
Schoolsenior StephenJames Dandridge was
laid to rest at Island View Baptist Church.
The 18-year-old teenager, who was di-
agnosed with bone-cancer several years
ago and had his right leg amputated as
the cancer spread, died Tuesday, Oct. 4, at
Wolfson's Children's Hospital.
Dandridge, an up and coming out-
fielder for the Raiders before being di-
agnosed, could still be seen at all of
Orange Park's games cheering his team-
mates on and offering words of encour-
agement, exemplified the word hero.
As several friends spoke at the funeral
service, there were words that were used


that he would lose a leg, he told his father:
"If one life can be changed by what I have
gone through then it was worth it."
When one goes to a funeral, the mood
is generally somber. However, after hear-
ing the comments of a young man's bat-
tle and not only the courage under fire
he faced but also the faith under fire he
displayed, it was clear this teenager ex-
emplified faith and courage.,
The Rev. Chris Eppling shared that
Dandridge could often be found
singing and praising God at %oriship
services and what had become his fa-
vorite bible verse from thie New Testa-
ment book of John.
WhenJesus had been asked why was
this man born bli nd.Jesu-s responded in
chapter 9verse 3 "Neither hath this man
sinned, nor his parents but that the works


Oras neiglhbo.I aind famnlih ft licndJoe,
Kissane said D)aindrlidge', last st rii
saver message read, "Cancer thought it
beat me but I whipped its--."
The final message fro m E ppl iir, was
Dandridge may not have lived to see his
hig'.h w.hool ,.t adual iiori but "has gradu-
al iid from ihe int(i rio. life to the supe-
rior life".
And Dandridge's lasting message is,
"There is a bigger purpose in life than
me, myself and I."
His father Bernie, mother Martha,
older brotherJon and out1.ngersistcr Sa ra
survive Stephen.
An\ _one wishing to make a donation to
the Dandridge fa iily is asked to make it
to the Taylor Bean Foundation in
Stephen's name. To find out more visit
taaron@taylorbean.com


SAMIY

4UISIAY


PG.C & CLASSIFIED PAE'
NEWSPAPER LISTINGS 13


CLAY COUNTY'S #1 /EMPLOYMENT -/PRIVATE PARTY
MARK E T P A C E /SERVICE GUIDE /GARAGE SALES







Section B-2


CLAYTODAY.BIZ


October 13, 2005


SPORTS BRIEFS


Ridgeview to host tourney
Ridigevie, High School is holding a 5-
oh-5 Men's Basketball Tournament begin-
ning Friday, October 21 to Sunday,
October 23. The cost per team is $225,
there Will trophies awarded to the first
place tc.iml ntid T-hirLt for .ill p:Articipants.
For moreinformation or to register
contact, Rob Feltner at 218-5274 or email
to rfeltner@mail.clayikl2.fl.us

LFF sponsors Walk-A-Thon
Lifestyles Family Fitness Centers are:
sponsoring a Hurricane Relief Walk-A-
Thon on Saturday, October 29 from 10
a.m.to Noon. ..
The e (v ill be a $10 entry fee with all
participants will ec iti ea freeLifest'ile
-Fatml Fitness T-shiiatiand all proceeds
will go to the American Red Cross Hurri-
cane Relief Effort.


For theneai estLifest) les Fitness Center
call 1-800-LIFESTEP or visit www.lff.com.
To find out more about the American-
Red Cross HurricaneRelief Effort logon
to http://katrina:rcdcross.org /.

Pin-N-Win to host Tourney
Pii,-N-\Vin Wiestling( Club is Ihosting a
free wrestling tournament on Saturday, Oc-
tober 15 at RidgeviewHigh School but you,
musit pre-rcgisteLi b\ calhni Toun nImtliienlt
Directolr(.hrrisMcNeal; at l[(I)41 234-3210.
Medals will be ay.ar ded to the top
three finishers in each dit ision and a
tetan trophy will be awalided to the top -3
tea i,' 'sanctii-ned \ ith thie LiSA Amateur
Wrestling Associ:ationi :
A Curi etner -ii USA Wrestling Card is
niceded to pa.thiipa'e and athlete cards
may be purchased at the door or online at
www.floridaUSAWrestling.org for $30.


The divisions ,imll include peeee.
biani,niiae, nige, n; ii'c. tschoolboy/girl.:
cade._jui-iois anld open l (. alnd upl.
\;figh-ins for l.e kd si\ misu.,n h U be
fiomi Sia.mn. to9 a.mi. with com perniion be-
..gniniLg il DI; an.C:det._uniorAri and!pen
dit vision ie is. ati '. n a;tiL d wei,-11e -ii ,;i're
10om l8a.m. tO 10 da.m. iil coi:mipclition
beginning at 11 a.m.
For further information contact Tourna-
mnent Director, Chris. McNealy at ,kI04,
234-32lior i.\ r ail atc_mncnealy@msncom

GCS Wrestling to host tourney
C "Gieel Co, 5p Spines W resthng Clh i.b is
Shostunti Flei 7thi Annu al Fll )peno:n Sa.-
iurdala Noemibeir 5tC.la% High Schlioi1.
The event %ill be ito-hosIit.ld b\ tIII-
University of Fl. i-'l-i \\iesi.i-gii TTeai
and will have the e eri-po)pulai i I FI :sli
Meat division foir ft 'I unmIen I id junIor


VM siL t\ 1Ii wie,.tddi.(oa cIfhe-s %\ IlIlIa I
C(Al~lpew -1:.I Lithe(bi TI 'ugh Coachi .-'ssalid
and [lriltii (hr e \%iI- ~l I:I c it, .Ci3[I ire ti' I
%\LIi~~'h lulobingi %\ reT -i el,. Wew It rlt

81\i1,11\C pt; laceill oii L a%% a( 1 l l .I-.$1

:dilhic i(I11 I lli ac A 15iirIll.[i e %i\ ['[i


put %%SLIt 311d fl-:)sii C,11~ d I- ( I by aged. fIll



%%isht ti~ imidd le -schoo~ l. I ieshIi i i l[
grdr anhi. 1id otIher -'C Itne ci 'Lear



Fot mlore mich f mL31iIol~l.CIRlZLat AnnIii r -
icis'. Ii atL (0114) S 32 -.I i54: 1) I0r


BRIEFS c0tuId cti'll pig'c B-8


RELIGIOUS


NtAYH1FGS DRUGS
Wo'rhip .ifthn Churchi
o' 'ur c h'-ccc -ery t\ eal


2114 viidih Or~nge 45(Lnut
Gree ua Cwt pring,.


DIRECTORY


BODY BY GOD

,'... Food by God i

Exercise by God
Peace by God g

FREE L ,:Arn- ser,- b r-'6r .
O.er 40 Bblis J Re rnes



T..- ,,:,ur p t,:,r ,_-,, r ,, t r rr.h .r',A r ,Ar r.,
Please-d ,I 272-OTTO 4 6861 ,:,d,'.
'Speaking scheduleit Li nited
L'.i,,L .,,.


ARGIIE
KIRKWOOD PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Pastor Bill Hoff
8701 Argyle Forest Blvd
Sunday Worship 10Oam
Sunday School 8:45am
a ..J F.t.Ic il, ., r. 4 ,r,
, i ., ....'.ld.l ch :.' ;
-MIDDLEBURG
IBLIN'D,.IN LIFE
CHRISIIO NFELLOCS5HIP
Pastor Scott Becker
5040 CR 218 W.
282-3060
uirdi' i, 1.;.. i 4, & 6pm
Wed.'7:30pmu. ... .
\POSTfLIC( LIGHTHOUSE -
Of RIDDLLEBLRG
R1 l .1- S r.
,.,, l I ,.,,.h 1 ,. II ., .

BL %tCk CRIEEk CHURCH OF CHRIST
2'ir.S,h. 'V.] 1;1-282-44633
BRANAN FIELD BAPTIST CHURCH
SI I...j I. ,

-282-7970
CALVARY BAPTIST
Pastor Ken Pledger
1532 Longbay Rd.
282-0407, '
( INN %M-IN 'IRELi B\PTIT IHULRCH
(11 I,:r .:,. [l. h,,-n.-l..l
282-0881 .
CHURCH OF THE BRETHREN
Charles McGuckin
h -, P u ,1 -,
N i,, I ii cc
Sunday Service 11:00a.m.
282-5048
FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD


Sunday Worship 10:45 a.m.-
,,r J j E, E F'r', : e '' r i [ ,r
,.,.lrii ,),, tI1 :li,', lvil (,r'i
14' ;.l ,,r,

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
J ir'. l ...I,. .ii
2645 Blanding Blvd.
,282-5289
FIRST CHURCH OF GOD
Rev.-Jesse McLain.
"- .1 1:, II

GR.CE B\PTiSI CHURCH
t.1 i... E.l 1 1 L 5 ,,-,th.1,'-
Everett Avenue,
I l,.tt!, i,,r.


KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST CHURCH
6289 Mary Dot Lane
Starke, FL 32091-
Sunday School 9:45
u,,,-., \l..r.h;p 1ii i 1, & 7p.m.

LIVING WATERS OF MIDDLEBURG
D ,r.; M ii.P i i...r
11lii,, .Lir- P..J 2la.It l .
291-0704
MADEIRA BAPTIST
E, T,:.% I;,,F.;n ,:., r |.,,"
I v...,.; i I .l. ddl.ttul

MAXVILLE ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Rev. Linda Adkins
9140 Hwy. 301, Mxvi 289-9727
MIDDLEBURG CHURCH OF GOD
2728 Howard Rd.
282-2957
MIDDLEBURG PRESBYTERIAN
Rev. John Nicolson
4564 Rosemary St.
282-0130 .


MIDDLEBLRG IMNITEO METHODIsT
Rev. Bub Aima1ll
I I.,;,

MORNING STAR FAMILY CHURCH
Pastor Tom Croft
3900 Main St.
282-3393
NEW INDEPENDENT CHURCH OF GOD '
4360 Longmire Rd. .
OAK GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH
- r ..1." ;i|. ..i
1:'1''. 1

. SL\TION R '
276-6677
'OLTH MIDDLEBIiRG B PTIST CHURCH
. : ,i ,,- i:i ,. ,. I i,',
4. .;. jl..l H I

ST LIKE'S C4THOLIC CHURCH
i.. l. a ,, ,,; ,. -

ST. PETER'S LUTHERAN


\INEN\RDI HRIlTIN FELELOi\ .HIP
f I,- I q .t ll, l

904-282-0310
DOCTORS INLET
DOCTORS INLET CHURCH OFGOD
Chris Oliver


FELLOWSHIP BIBLE CHURCH
Rev.'Gary Shilling
2827 CR220
RIVERS OF LIFE MINISTRIES
Skip & Sheilah Ryan
P.O. Box 324 D.I. 32030
272-5433 .
EL kF SIDE[ (1lINIT I CHURCH .
564 Tara Farms Dr. (across from Doctors Inlet


FAITH WESLEYAN CHURCH .
5 .' 2 :l.I .. ,," I 1., 11,., '. [ l .. .iJl "

272-1754 .
S i Sl ,.i" .'1 lii l,.. .. .l ..
6 p.m. Wed. 7 p.m
GRFFNCOM sPRINGs
(ELEBR.LTION FELLO\\SHIPCHLiRCH

CHRIS|I FELLilI HiPC -HtiRCH
Paul Salazar, Pastor
506 So. Highland Ave.
284-5936
CHURCH OF CHRIST
:.k |,n i. ,, I., .. ,.l 1,:1I .1 1
284-1858
CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST
703 Middleburg Ave.
CONGREGATION HOLINESS CHURCH
Rev. Ronnie Surrency '
Hwy. 16 Home .284-5913
CROSSROAD LUTHERAN MEETS AT
THUNDERBOLT ELEMENTARY
-'i Th,,,,.k :,.).t] P"
.I r. it .11 i j

Rev. James Graeser
264-6575
DECOY BAPTIST CHURCH
Bobby Baker
-671 Decoy Rd.
284-5223
DEFENDER'S MINISTRY
Rev. Dave Talbot
FAITH BAPTIST TEMPLE
Rev. Henry Bowen
4330 CR-15A
FIRST AFRICAN BAPTIST CHURCH
433 Palmetto Ave. 284-5490

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH


- I 'L .iIIIl Si I I,,,


,.r.; Ilnui 1
2M'2Jl .
Pastor Anselmo Castano
FIRST HAITIAN CHURCH
Rev. Fritzner Jean
1489 Russell Rd.
FIRST UNITED PENTECOSTAL -
Rev. D.A. Dodge, Pastor
5945 Hwy 17S.
Green. Cove Springs, FL 32043
Sun. @ 2 p.m.; Thurs. @ 7 p.m.
1-888-356-6991 for more info.
liRsT PRESBI TERlIN CHiIRCH
PF I | 'l .,Im. p. Ii -
Gum St. at U.S. 17
284-9261
FIRST UNITED METHODIST
Eric M. Young
500.Walnut St.
--284-9700
FLEMING ISLAND UNITED
METHODIST CHURCH
Rev. Brian Fowler
,1 m 17

GRACE MISSIONARY BAPTIST
4411 nr.ti..it ,,GCS .
Brother Spurgeon Hayes Pastor
Sun. School 10-.11 a.m.
Worship Service 11 Noon
ri.-. E .: r r m ? [ ..
,.j r I p M 1 ) rn
Tli' u .jlj E c r, i. l ,n .

tRCLEN (iOll E SPRING, CHI.IURH OF GOD
I I I r .I 4 r, Ir,

H. RBU)R BAPTIST CHI.RCH
S ii'', i' ," ri i 17


HICKORY GROVE BAPTIST
",TI,-," Cii,.l H. '. "
'-Iill ; nH

LAKE ASBURY BAPTIST CHURCH'-
Troy Grant
2674 Henley Rd. 282-7079
LIVING WATERS WORSHIPCENTER

hINGDOI (OF GOiDIN:CHRlf .
'* i , ,lrs .r .i .. "

S IT OLIlE BAPTIST CHURCH
I ,. :,hr,a, Br. r.1
I E, 1 il

MT. PLEASANT BAPTIST
Rev. Robert L. Wright
1300 MLK Blvd.
284-9431

MT. ZION A.M.E. CHURCH
549 Palmetto Ave.

ONE VETERANS CRUSADE FOR CHRIST
Rev. Darcey Moser, Jr.
2001 Deel Rd.

ORANGE AVE. BAPTIST
Dr. H. Mark Nicholson


RUSSELL BAPTIST
2299 Sandridge Rd.,GCS
a-. I n jm, I I l .m r1 n lsi n lr S,, I' hs

ST JOSEPH B IPTIST CHURCH
F.: F[..hr rJI.d .
P.O. Box 1042
ST. MARGARET'S EPISCOPAL
'1,t F 'N., : ,: 1. Hr',. I,
284-3031

ST. MARY'S EPISCOPAL


I- l1",h I jfl- .!
4 U il.Julul..J':.
284-5434 I
SHARON SOUTHERN BAPTIST CHURCH,
5584 Sharon Rd.
284-0046
TRINITY BAPTIST CHURCH
Deacon Bruce Butler
P.O. Box 534

BEULAH BAPTIST
Rev. Wescoat Holloway
4579 SR-21


SHILOH BAPTIST CHURCH
Pastor Keith Stewart
CR 226 284-9044
FIRM BEL Ck CREEk B.APIISTCHURCH
t... 6 ,. ;..i.. a h-o, lo W .

PENNEY COMMUNITY CHURCH
"Interdenominational"
S P I., i. .... I : -" "
4 E- B PI I "-
SUNRiE B1PTI I CHiURCH
lil id i.l E ,. .:. (., ,: 'F,.'ngs *
,- 'i i .T \, 10:30 am.,

s \CRED HE \RT C THOLIC CHI.RCH

uvid r .
KEYSTONE H[IGHIS
CHRIST El\[ NGELICAL
LuTHER\ CHURCH
i.nid pEi j i-1
i. SP .'I iitH
iJ' ..rlp 'I :' I"1 ...imhl| b. In i i11
V I 6lMB : li ur ,., .l'l
FIRsT BPilST CHURCH
OF KE'SIONE HEIGHTS
H 11111
FRIENDSHIP BIBLE CHURCH.
R*, Ll, d3 f.:,J P I,.,, -
1 1 :i'.id id -,,,.;,u,: : "


ksTONt HIHLIGHTSCHRlST1N CHliR,:H
.- ... H 1

kE\ISONE HEIGHTS
FIRST S;IEMBLI OF GODu

I~l\ TONE ITilMET I HODIST CHURCH
H, : '
I 1,5 II I lf Till
9:30 Contemporary
352-473-3829
ORANGEPARK
ABUNDANT JOYCHRITIAN FELLOWSHIP

.i P,: L'D-A 'Tj ,l..
ADVENT LUTHERAN CHURCH
2156 Loch Rane Blvd.
Pastors: Robert Hale
272-6370
APOSTOLIC LIGHTHOUSE
.OFMIDDLEBURG
Pastor M: David Goodman
i1 1 :' 1. l ,, .:
t l,..l.: Cri 1 :'11 '

l'J114 | "'" -1 4^ ,, .11- 1^11 4 1 ,. ,r '
ARGYLE BAPTIST
Dr. Ken Dyal
8165 Argyle Forest Blvd.
ASBURY UNITED METHODIST
CHURCH OF ORANGE PARK
Rev. Linda Standifer
ir., I,.l:g, Dr,

BAHA'I
800-22-UNITE
BE READY MINISTRIES -
First Christian-Jewish Fellowship
Spirit and Truth Worship Center


S1,11. lT ,-.,
264-6791, 7781869, 800-445-9955
BEREAN BAPTIST CHURCH
SDr. Tom Neal..
4459 U.S. Hwy.. 17 .
.BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH
Dr. Paul Fowler, Pastor
30.60 Moody Rd. .
BIBLE BELIEVERS
Christian Fellowship


BLICM1 NI BRIDGE
LI NITIRINI MERS\LIST10CIE T

1'- "

Ci\% \R\ %"SEMBLI OF GOD


I :L\ RN LAITEDlMETHODIS TCHIRICH
S i,., I',,, H'n-.

CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH
' ;* ,, i o...

LHRISFIN FIITH CENTER
'";: ,,&1' .1..1., .. .I 1

Minister -

C(HRISII LIfEliENTER
I 1 .. j.

CHLtRCH .I THE ISL\ ND)
II1 K,i i I
41 l 1 11 1'

F iTH C:OMMlNIT CHII RCH OF GOD
DeBarry & Gano
264-7540 .
FIRST BPTISI CHURCH
OF ORLINGE PRK
u11 E '. iil. E B.:r"cr, Ir p, -f' P',-i.r
11411 k'' : I, ,

FIRST CHRISTI N
HLiRCHOF ORANGE PRIk
D .' L I., .. ,I. I i.a


FLEMING ISUE ND
PRESBiTERI I CHURCH
[i, ', ,h',; '. if ,, '.,
1743 CR 220, Orange Park

GOOD SAMARITAN EPISCOPAL CHURCH
I li n.. ..* I 1

GOOD SHEPHERD EVANGELICAL
LUTHERAN CHURCH
Jonathan Kuske, Pastor
6551 Argyle Forest
10:30 a.m. Worship Service
9 a.m. Sunday School
778-1491
GRACE EPISCOPAL CHURCH
F S P, Ps ,
264-9981 .
HIBERNIA BAPTIST CHURCH
Meets at Paterson Elementary School
Scott Yirka, Pastor '
215-2488 or 704-5965
HERITAGE BAPTIST
I'5H 17 S.

INTERNATIONAL
BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH.
Pastor Romeo Cerico
2001 Belhaven Drive (off College Drive)
Orange-Park
Sunday Worship 9:45 am / Prayer Fellowship
10:30 am / Worship 11:00 am
.ISLAND VIEW BAPTIST CHURCH


I, 1;. ..,.,1 1 ....:<

L KIsDE CHURCH OF CHRISPF


LI% INi, GORDtOiMMLINIT. fHI HRCH
'1 I' 4 -. I '


MOOSEHAVEN CHAPEL
278-1210
NEW HORIZONS ORANGE PARK

bit I ,

O\k LF %F B1PTIST CHURCH
, l i ,,.I f ',', lh',,i,, Ih II I


ORANGE PARK CHURCHOF CHRIST .
tir ,.-c f .,:,,l ,, f'- ..te
I -',. K, .l '- FL r. 7 .
I.,m .. .- .4- ,, .L."-"

ORNGE[ PRK UNITED
M[THODISTI(HtIRCH
- I ,*'' IIli "
2 .'4 :4 1 "

OR\INGE PRk .SSEMBL\ OF (GOD)
-' II1.. F P.,R, I, B ir
,:,- ,,,. ill l ,T| i "

l N I'sl. I H'l H"
OR\NG[ P\RKlHI.IR:H .. "H.
OI THE NZ\QREXE
itt .1'


OR.GE IIC S\R E RCNTH-DAV1
D\ETMIST tHliRCH
E.." I P, .


ORANGE PARK PRESBYTERIAN

F | ....

www.oppresby.com,
RIDtGEI[(OD BPrlTSr
'I[ Hi], f,1,.-L II
"j '.' b.l f -"

SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH
4[1,1 ,,1 S, .,C i'-1 I.
'.1 ii S I" S ,

4S. C %THERINE'SCATHOLIC CHURCH


SI. GCILE PIRISBB TERI N

IIr ,- .' 44
ST. JAMES AME CHURCH
Alesia Scott-Ford, Pastor
504 McIntosh Ave.
278-7037 -
Sunday Service 11 a.m.
NEW BEGINNINGS CHRISTIAN
FELLOWSHIP
Pastor Jerry Larkford
1134 Blanding Blvd. 272-1017 .
VINEYARD CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP
OF ORANGE PARK
.109 Industrial Loop. N
Orange Park, Fl. 32073
276-7642
CLAY HILL
CLAY HILL BAPTIST
..6054 CR-218, Maxville 289-9292
LAKE ASBURY
BAPTIST CHURCH
Pastor Skipper Smith
Lake Asabry 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 l-4pm


1~





CLAYTODAY.BIZ


CORRESPONDENT PHOTOS BY IL CUCHRKAN
Orange Park linebacker Ed Doughty (9) wraps up running back Egrits Jefferson (20).


Broncos

saddle up, beat

Raiders 27-21
By Chris Caflin, Correspondent
Middleburg The turf at Bronco stadi-
um was soft and squishy to the step as Or-
ange Park head coach Ted Leasor
stepped out on it. It had been raining
steadily the whole week and as he looked
up to the sky he mused,
"Last week we had a hard-hitting.
game and tonight will be another one.
We kept'fumbling the ball against Ed
White and that was a dry field. Look at
this one and there's more rain on the way.
This game will be toe to toe, chin to chin."
"What are you going to do about the
fumbling?" he was asked.
He smiled. "We worked with the boys
that fumbled during the week."
"Oh, yeah? What did you do?" came
the question.
"We made them carry a football
around all week long!"
Coach Robjustino, of the 3-2 Middle-
burg Broncos was jovial. Clapping his,
hands and oozing school spirit, as he talked.
"This should be a tough, hard-fought
game but I think we can beat them, and
our kids think they can beat them too. But
we'll just have to see. Last week I thought
we could beat Ridgeview and we went out
and stunk up the joint. We'll see!"
With that he was off to oversee the
pre-game warm-up. Looking at the size
of the teams out on the field warming up,
one thing immediately showed itself. Or-
ange Park had 56 players dressed, while
Middleburg only had 36.
"We got a bunch hurt."Justino said.
Well the team that dressed less is the
one who scored more tonight as the
Broncos held off a late rally by the
Raiders to win their fourth game of the
season 27-21.
There would be no scoring in the first
quarter of play but spirited action by
both teams as the wet field wiped out the
uniform numbers.
However, the scoreless tie was broken
early in the second quarter when Bronco
quarterback Jemar Anderson hit Egrits
Jefferson with a pass inside the Raiders
ten-yard line, then two-plays laterJeffer-
son took it in from the right side for the
7-0 lead with 11:26 left in the half.
It wasn't long before the Broncos
scored again. Orange Park's old nemesis,
the fumble, reared its ugly head again.
This time they coughed it up on a first
down play near midfield.
Middleburg took over, they moved the
ball effectively down field in an eleven-play
drive but then they returned the favor by
fumbling it back at the Raider's sixteen.
But on the second play from scrim-
mage, Middleburg's defensive endJ.C.
Alexander stepped in front of a Raider's


BRONCOS continued on page B-4


Raider tight-end Josh Meagher (88) struggles for extra yardage, while Middleburg's
Egrits Jefferson (20), Cameron Warner (28) and Elliot Wilber (53) make the tackle.


Off" -wl," am,





eFlrU osumut~

W H W ^ -*l --:.ti-.. i. " t^ ^ ^B^ ^ B -.f^ M -''-^"^^-^Hli
RECEIVE UPTO A


$1200- ..REBATE V -


ON A BY


SYSTEM


The World's Smartest Air Conditioner!


Introducing the Five Star Edition of the Carrier InfinityTM
System the world's first self-monitoring residential air
conditioning system. Designed and programmed to run a
daily diagnostic check, it actually adjusts itself to maintain
maximum efficiency.
You stay cooler, drier and save money. You also get the
best limited warranties" in the business plus Puronr, the
environmentally sound refrigerant.


TURN TO THE
EXPERTS FOR
A COMPLETE A/C
AND HEAT
CHECK UP OF
YOUR SYSTEM

$4995
Reg $7995 100%
Satisfaction
Guaranteed
'ONl A'cLfL WORK!


100% Satisfaction Guarantee
25% Minimum Cooling & Heating Cost Savings
10-Year Faciory Parts & Labor Guarantee
10-Year Rust Through Guarantee
10-Year Lightning Protection Guarantee
30 Times More Moisture Removal


-A -


Turn to the Experts.'
The Ultimate in Computer
Controlled Indoor Comfort
and Energy Savik

Working To Make Your Life Easier.
TOMORROW'S TECHNOLOGY TODAY.


$1200uuTE


A d i I A" tA
ra 1;'' "1 fit ranked among, the
tomer sa
to 5 dea rrs lin d tisfaction.
p I, _


Admiral Air
FMcOWT OCAC056669

SiYour Comfort and Satisfaction Is Our Goal and Guarantee.
For all your a/c, heating & indoor air quality needs. Let our Experts help you! 4
Service available 24 hours a day-seven days a week
TIn to dhe Expert" One-hour response time or your service call is free *100% Financing W/OAC
Puron is a registered trademark o' ,, ." ,-,,..-r '. i.-.i-.,r, 5 ir --..ark of Carrier Corporation. Five Star Edition is optional. 'nc' -.1 .:":0 See Carrier
details as restrictions acLc.1, :: r,-.,i 3 .' a1 I.., i- r'.1'i:- :' .r-P 38TDB with FE4 or 58CVA with branded indoor coil LA-._ i.'..i, ,,r.: Homeowne


u ri-, i .-. i r, E F-c -i


Section B-3


October 13, 2005


Inf init


how.- FFI'R









Golden Eagle mistakes costly in 31-14 loss


By Horace Davis, Staff
hdavis@jcpgioup.com

JACKSONVILLE The Fleming Island
Golden Eagles had a chance to spoil
homecoming for the Bishop Kenny Cru-
saders on Friday, October 7 inJacksonville
but costly turnovers, untimely penalties
and defensive positioning proved too


in the second half cost us", he added.
Fleming Island jumped out to a 14-3
second quarter lead, much on the legs of
senior receiverJohn Gadson but the lead
could very well have been larger.
The Eagles had a chance to jump on
the.Crusaders in the opening two-min-
utes of the game. Raul Diaz recovered a
fumble off a punt return at the Kenny 36-


-_ --........-

-r ---- ----

. : .' .' .'-. 4 "? -



.. ..,-., .. .. .. .. ............ .. .... .
----- -------




S...
,... . .^".. '. .... .. .. -. .-, -.... ... .-















STAFF PHOTO B HORACE DAll
Golden Eagle receiver John Gadson (1) raced past the Crusader defense on this 60-
yard touchdown catch.
: :. "i. . " "' 4 k
..,.!..., '':,:.- .;= ... .. .. ..


II ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ TF .,P...O..TO., ,B.,", ,HO..-RAC.E .-.,D-A.... I,- ,
GolenEale recierJh" Gdo () acdpstt-Crsdr eeseo hi"
yard touc down catc. '.. ..., .,-...". .,...


much to overcome in the 31-14 loss.
"Penalties are al a) sdrive killes",said
Eagles head coach Neil Chipoletti. "We
had a chance to put the game away in the
first half but missed opportunities arid
how they took advantage of their chances


BRONCOS from page B-3

screen pass and ran it in for the score.
After a failed extra-point the Broncos
held a 13-0 lead going into halftime.


For More
Information
on Clay
County

BOY SCOUTS
Call Gary Stasco
388-0591 ext. 134
(Grades 1-12) .




It is my desire to make you feel welcome
and to acquaint you with Clay County.
If you are new in the area, a phone call will
bring a prompt visit from me.
I have brochures, civic information, and to help
with your shopping needs, cards of introduction
and free gifts from local merchants.
Local merchants are also encouraged to inquire
about participation in the newcomer packets.




i E Call Carol Studdard
264-9649


yard line but on 3rd down and two, quar-
terbackJoel Fletcher was called for an
intentional grounding penalty, resulting.
in a loss of twenty-two a rds taking the
Eagles out of field goal range.
But on Fleming Island's next posses-


During the Raiders current three-
game losing streak they've been pretty
close at the half only to watch the game
slip away, however, they were deter-
mined not to let it happen tonight.
On the third play from scrimmage in
the second half, they faced a 2nd down
and seven from their own 43-yard line,
when running back Marcus Pulliam
turned the corner on-the left side and
sprinted down the sideline, untouched
for a 57-yard touchdown run to slice the
deficit.to 13-7 with 10:58 left in the period.
But on the Broncos next series, vicious
block by Anthony Bellamy sprang Ander-
son, and he turned the corner around
left end, and ran 30-yards to pay dirt. Fol-
lowing another failed point after attempt
the Broncos held a 19-7 advantage.
Not to be outdone, Orange Park's
senior wide receiver Ed Doughty took
the ensuing kickoff at his ow ii n 2s-) ,.
line and seventy-two yards later, he and
his teammates were celebrating the
kickoff return for a touchdown, to again
cut the lead to 19-13 with 7:44 left in the
third quarter.
The Raiders had fought their way
back into the game and with 0:54 sec-
onds left in the third quarter they had
fought all the way back to take the lead.
Middleburg lined up in punt formation
when the Raiders linebacker Stephen
Cutler crashed thru and blocked the
punt, then rambled 44-yards for the
touchdown. The Raiders went for two
on the extra point and made it to take.a
21-19 lead heading into the final quarter.,
Would the Raiders hold on to break
their.losing streak? Or could Middle-


sibn Gadson who had seven receptions for-
116 yards in the game got the Eagles on the
board first, he took a perfect pass from
F letc her 59-) ai ds to the end zone. The
speedster who transferred from Orange
Park sprinted past the Kenny defenders .
to bring the visiting crowd to their feet
The Golden Eagle defense kept the
Kenni offeinebut of the end zone in the
first quarter, forcing three punts, one
punt went a total of sixteen yards and the
Eagles had the ball with great field posi-
tion at miidfield but Fletcher's next pass
wa; intercepted b\ defensii e back Mallo\
Van Goi dei to kill the Eagle dri\ e. -.
Bishop Kenny turned the interception
into a field .goal i, hen Matt Ellerdro\e
home a 22-yard field goal to cut the
deficit to 7-3 with 11:13 left in the half.
However, the Eagles answered right
back on their next drive. Fletcher led
them down the field connecting on pass-
es to Andrew Bridgewater and running
back Mike Brown had two carries for nine
yards. But the big play was a 43-yard
hookup to Gadson making it first and
goal from the nine.,
Three plays later Fletcher called his
own number and dove over the top from
one-yard out and the Eagles had a 14-3 lead.
But this would be the last points in the
game for the Eagles offense.
Fleming Island could have put the game
away as Chipoletti said but they did not take
advantage of optimum field position.,
Diaz intercepted Kenny's junior quar-
terback Mike Stukel's pass at the 26-yard
line but on the next play Bridgewater
fumbled it back to Kenny.
Then the Eagles had the ball at mid-
_field after a short punt but another
Fletcher interception by Kenny's 'senior
linebacker Brent Terry at the 26 stymied
the drive.
Kenny again turned the opportunity
into points. Wit h 54 seconds left in the'
half. Stkel connected with receiver Ryan
Parker on a 19-Nard slant pattern in the
end zone to make the score 14-10 to end
the half and this was the beginning of the
end for the Eagles.
After featuring running back.
Thomas.Salah in the first half, Bishop
Kenny found something to-the perimeter
of the Eagles defense and quarterback
Stukel ex ploited it at will in the second.


burg pull off the comeback as they did
two games earlier?
The Bi oncos tiould start their drive
at die-444-ard line:a big run byJefferson
moved the ball to the Raiders twenty.
However, big defensive stops by
Doughty andJosh Meager moved the
ball back.
But quarterback Anderson connected
withJ.C. Alexander for a twenty-three
yard pass inside the two-yard line and
two-plays later Jefferson capped off the
drive with a 2-yard plunge and Travis
McLaughlin added the two-point con-
version for the 27-21 lead for the Broncos.
Orange Park had one last chance to
score but on 4th and ten from the Mid-
dleburg 13-yard line, they fumbled
again and as the last few weeks have
been for the Raiders, Middleburg re-
covered and ran out the clock.
Orange Park are in the mist of a four-
game losing streak and will look to.
break it at homecoming tomorrow
night against Stanton.
Meanwhile the resurgent Bronco's
and head coach Justino will look to
knock off Clay at their homecoming
game tonight.
The Broncos are now 4-2 and contin-
ue to make their coach proud, "Man I am
so happy. We've been preaching and
preaching to the kids to play four quar-
ters of football and tonight they did it. In
.the fourth quarter the boys were com-
plaining of being tired. Coach Under-
wood told them they were supposed to
be tired in a game like this. Do you want
to beat these guys or.not?"
They answered with a resounding Yes!


'" Mik e is very qu ick and if we : iin et
him to the outside he is da.ngeirotis". said
Kenny head coach Mark Thorson. "But I
think our defense stepped up and they
are the strength of our team", he added.
Stukel led the Crusaders on three scor-
ing di ires \ ith niIuch coming on his legs,
he scored on 18 and 6i0-\ aid spi mu o tits
beating the Golden Eagles to the side line
and into the end zone.
"The\ found something at halftime
with the sprint ott, we had plavei s las-
signed to that plaI but tlhe\ did noit react
and that's howi \on get beat 31-14". said
Chipoletti.
Fleining Island had their chliiices in
the second half too but on three huid
conversions they wiee lagged for penal-
ties to kill drives.
On each third down play, they com-
pleted a pass or run to the'first down
marker but official flags littered the
field bringing tle pla) h ba( k and the Ea-
gles could not convert again.
The 2-4 (0-2) Golden Eagletswill look
to rebound tomorrow night but have a
tough assignment against district 5-4A
opponent Columbia.


Scoring
1 2
FI
7 7
BK
0 10


3 4. F

0 0 14

7 14 31


FI Gadson 59 pass from Fletcher 6:53
1)
BK -Eller22 FG11:13(2)
FI- Fletcher 1 run 7:28 (2)
BK -Parker 19 pass from Stukel 0:54 (2)
BK Stukel 18 run 6:11(3)
BK-White 24 pass from Stiikel 8:26 (4)-
BK- Stukel60 r un 4:18 (4)

Individual Leaders
Rushing-
FI-Brown 8-31, Gadson 7-27
BK Salah 24-126, Stukel 12-78
Passing -
FI- Fletcher 13-23-143 yards
BK Stukel 7-14 -124 yards
Receiving -
FI Gadson 7-116, Brown 4-20
BK White 2-56, Terry 2-31, Lanahan
2-28


An interesting game note Raiders
quarterbacks Bobbie Hill and Derek
Dees were held to one completion in
eleven tries for -2 yards, while Middle-
burg's.Anderson completed 3 of 4 pass-
es for just 31 yards.
However, the bulk of yardage came
from the running attack, 160 for Orange
Park 246 for Middleburg.


Scoring -
1 2
MB
0 13
OP
0-' 0


3 4 F

6 8 27

21 0 21


MB -Jefferson 2 run 11:26 (1)
MB Alexander 18 interception re-
turn 3:37 (2)
OP Pulliam 57 run.10:58 (3)
MB Anderson 30 run 8:02 (3)
OP Doughty 72 kickoff return 7:44
(3)
OP Cutler 44 blocked-punt return
0:54(3)
MB -Jefferson 2 run 10:17 (4)

Individual Leaders -
Rushing -
OP Pollack 20-85, Pulliam 7-15
MB -Jefferson 17-84, Anderson 9-81,
Herring 4-46
Passing -
OP Hill 0-4 0, Dees 1-7 (2) yards
MB Anderson.3-4 31 yards
Receiving -
OP Crawford 1- (2)
MB Alexander 1-18,Jefferson 2-13


-October 13, 005


Section B-4


CLAYTODAY.BtZ










Middleburg hosts 1st Bronco Bob Cross Country Classic


BYTL Cochran, Correspondent

MIDDLEBURG -Twenty-four area teams
participated.in the inaugural Bronco Bob
Cross Country Classic at'Middleburg.
High School on Saturday, October 8.
Bishop Kenny's boys' team outlasted
the competition with 54 overall points
while the Bartram Trail girls held off
Gainesville PK. Yonge 83 to 85 in overall
points.
"The cross country classic took on a
new nameto honor long-time coach Bob
Hume who dedicated 24 years of coach-
ing the sport at Middleburg High
School"; said Middleburg girls coach.
Cindy Snell.
"Coach Hume has several state chain-
- pionships on his coaching resume and he
was a fine track star himself", she added.
Coach Hume ran in high school be-
fore getting drafted into the military,
after serving a tour during 1969-1970 in
Vietnam; he came home to finish college.
Thereafter he became the director of
guidance at Middleburg and now works
in the guidance department at Wilkerson
Junior High, he also volunteers as-the dis-
cus coach", she added.
There had been plenty of rain the pre-


x1i ni,, .l \sand Lhe fkid slhoweditbut
the- I: Iin i: I -.11 -.l cd thell .- sulfa i 1 i
PEK 11.Io 1 '- ,.ovnp.1_i pI::>,-t iln- n-1e,
M ie han R.,b-1: iNI li_.hecd ll iUI t i the ';i, Is'
In1di iinl l i ii J liir f n'- 11:4-.s I,-, ,: r at
seo.uln:l tui t,,a iim n- 1- h n.iI ge P.ii i's
M-al .a DeoL' at 21:37.
"It \,was \ei\ m indcl -.u there. so.
m &ud I I:JI i'.'r n c .h\,s< to m |t i s.1i -
al e'.Iestn IaS"t ". aid Robr is.
\\hlilt Defoe had olthcr issues 1on hei
mind. "I rai.n tin rat-e foi i\ schlioolmnate
Ste\w:n Dandriidge. I was ne'esand all I
could ihink abIiout ,asStC\e"ei.she _laI:l.
Now I must gethome and change for the
funeral", she added.
StJo hi .o unu' Dav'sChiis Ho(stein
fi wished a close ith d ith a time of 17:53
behind identical t% in brothers from PK
Young.
"It Xas pret totiliu out there", said
Holstein."lI iasholding i vownthirough-
Imo'ti of it but those Li i \s pulled away
fromin me i hen the mud got really bad.
TherewerealotofpuddlesoCut there",he
added.
The top local team finishers were for
the Boys Ridgeview 5th, Fleming Island
6th, StJohns 10th, Orange Pa i, 11th. Mid -
dleburg 12th, Clay 17th and Keystone


Marisa Defeo of Orange Park was twenly-
seconds off the pace in the girls bracket.
Heights 19th.
In the Girls were Fleming lsla nd 5hi.
Ridgeview 6th, Middleburg 10th, Key-
stone Heights llth, St Johns 13th, Orange
Park 14th and Clay 15th.


Fleming Island boys', St. Johns teams' advance to regional


By TL Cochran, Correspondent

MIDDLEBURG The girls golf District
4-2A championship came down to a sud-
den death on Monday, October 10, as Bar-
tram Trail defeated Gainesville
Buchholz for the title on the second play-
off hole at Ravines Golf and Country
Club in Middleburg.
Bartram Trail, Buchholz arid Nease
advanced to the Region 2-2A tourna-
ment while Fleming Isa n's K\ 1i Wic l,-
er shot a 914 .in -I Milddlbu i rg'Ks Danielle
Smith shli ai 9.92t: advance in the individ-
a lsbi.-ic-kei.
"I started well but the back nine tore
me up", said the Middleburg junior
Smith. '
"I could have done better, I was hoping
for an upper 80 score", she added.
Wicker who shot a 94 said, "I did a lot
better on the front side than on the back
for some reason. The back didn't set up to
my eye as well as the front did, I really did-
n't play very well and my wedges weren't
very good".
Senior Allie Stawara led St Johns
Country Day to the District 5A Chamnpi-
onship. She overcame a scorecard dis-
crepancy but still shot an 86 and was the-
tournament medallist. StJohns will now


advance to the region 2A tournament
that will be held on Mond:iay Oct. 17 at
Plantation Oaks in Alachua County.
Individual winners were Keystone
sophomore Valerie Eddins who shot a'
97 and senior: Megan Kennedy who
shot a 105..
"It will be tough for them ci ap[-ti ngI
asin'lis dtuals'",s.tidKe_.\st,:,ne.,.,fcac!,
KathyTrabert."Hoe, i.[.l I-ink dhe\ die
touzh players aid 1 n .' .,t it of 1he,_l
i:CACh1 for t: h, i ri:, it K l i-t 1 iate slic
added.
In bo s'dislrictaction -Fkmiivi I-
la:nd's '% [eln D-i vis won a one-hole sud-
den-death playoff 1 i ink in g.a 25- t,,it
putt to become a two-time district
champion.
Davis, who was the Medallist with a
score of 70, led the Golden Eaglesto a third
place finish in District 4-2A at Orange
Park Country Club on Tuesday, October 11.
Fleming Island now advances to re-
gional competition on Tuesday, October
18 in Lake Mary.
Meanwhile in District 5A at Royal St.
Augustine Golf and Country Club the St
Johns boys' golf team:rn i iis e d in third
place with a team score of 336 to advance
to the regional X1 M.,, 11:1, October 17 at:
Hyde Park Golf Course.


Fleming Island's Lauren'Tribble fell just
short of qualifying by shooting a 95.


CLORREfrONEN T PHOTO an TL COC HR -N
Fleming Island senior Chase Mills follows
thru on this drive as the Golden Eagles
advanced to regional.play.


Keystone rolls over Newberry 49-26


ByTerrenzi Cohens, Correspondent .

GAINESVILLE Coming into the game
Keystone head coach Chuck Dickinson
felt they had the edge on Newberry.
"They are a team who depends on speed-
and a lot of shake and bake talent to get
the job done, so we need to control the,
tempo and speed of the game".
Dickinson's formula was right as Key-
stone scored touchdowns on their first four
possessions of the game to take a 35-6 half-
time lead before coasting to the 49-26 win.
The Indians defense got things started
when sophomore Greg Taylor intercepted
a pass from his defensive back position to
give Keystone the ball on the 44-yard line.
Keystone turned the opportunity into
points when quarterback Blake Lott hit
receiverJosh Mangus.with a pass down to
the'four-yard line. From there senior
running back Wil Breton took over to
score his first of two touchdowns and
give Keystone the 7-0 first quarter lead.
After the defense forced a punt, quarter-
back Lott went back to work, he found Man-
gus alone in the end zone from seven yards


out and the Indians increased their lead tol4
- with 2:21 left in the opening quarter.
Keystone would score three more
times in the half, the first coming on a 9,
play 64-yard drive, that culminated with
Lott connecting with Mangus again, this
time on a fourth and goal situation.
The Indians put the game away with
4:47 left in the half; senior linebacker
Lans Hardin sacked Newberry's quarter-
back Antwan Ivey for a five-yard loss that
forced a punt.
On Keystone's first play from scrim-
mage from the 17-yard line, tailback Bre-
ton.broke loose for an 83-yard scoring
run to give the Indians a commanding
28-0 lead.
Following a touchdown pass by Ivey to
give Newberry their first touchdown of
the night and a fumble recovery off of a
weak side blitz, Keystone's defense came
up big when senior defensive back
Michael Williams intercepted a pass and
returned it 45-yards for a score to end the
half with Keystone holding a command-
ing 356,lead.. .
. Williams added two more touchdowns


in the second half, on a 4-yard run and a
75-yard kickoff return and Newberry
never threatened again.
With the win Keystone improved to 4-
2 (1-1) and are in a four-team tie for sec-
ond place in district 3-2A behind Bolles.,
"The key-to winning this game was ball
oi n i .-1, if we can do that consistently we are
a good team", said Dickinson. When asked
about the district logjam and fight for the
last playoff spot behind Bolles he said,
W i_'ie, jisti al[ in; in ,-or gani e a.t tmrci".
Tihait ,n -gaine at a time begins to-
morrow night when Keystone pays a visit
to rival Bradford High in a fight for that
playoff spot.


Scoring
:1 2 3..
KH
14 21 0 .
NB
0 6 6 .
Individual Leaders
Rushing--
KH Breton 15-154,
NB- Ivey 13-125


4. ,, F

14 49

14 26


We are the premier traditional Japanese
style Jujitsu school in the greater
Jacksonville Area.
We specialize in:
Striking Kicking Grappling
Throwing Submissions Takedowns
I Proud Member of the
B United States Jujitsu Federation
S Starting a 4-8 year old
Little Dragons class soon.
Middleburg Florida

904.449.8892
www.-anmertanniirttlliartscenter.-com' -
CLT.0050 3805


CLAYTODAYBIZ


Section B-5


October 13 2005


I










Ridgeview dominate in 21-10 win over Clay


By Horace Davis, Staff


ORANGE PARK The Ridgeview Pan-
thers continuedtheir winning ways with
a dominating 21-10 victory over the Clay
Blue Devilso Thursday, October 6: The
win was the Panthers sixth straight victo-
ry after a surprising season-opening loss
to the Orange Park Raiders 31-7.
"That game still haunts us", said Pan-
ther head coach Tom Macpherson. "If
there is such a things a good loss that may
have been it, but I have to give it to the guys
they did not hang their heads, they went
right back to practice the next day".
Since the opening game loss, the Pan-
thers have rolled thru everyone, outscor-
ing opposi ng teams 180- 63.
Although Ridgeview boasts a high-
scoring offteie, led by quarterbackJoe
Everett, receivers Charles Gilbert andJer-
rod Longmire, while Aaron Kuchinka
and Terrance Dailev filled in for the in-
jtlred Chi HMai kin 11 111111in I rl IIIII,, gailm
Last ni ght It a tlhi dctcflc iht
stymied the Blue Devil attack and kept
them out of the end zone until twenty-


STAFF PHOTOS BY HORACE DAVIS
Panther defender Brett Troutman (26) wraps up Clay's Eric Johnson on this play. Ridgeview kept the Blue Devil offensive unit under
wraps all night.


Principal's Toni (left) and Pete McCabe were all smiles prior to the game at Ridgeview.
But in the end Toni was still smiling after the game as she took home the McCabe Bowl.


seconds remained in the game that was
all but decided by then.
"The defensive unit played with a lot
of pride tonight, they responded very
well and played great. I'm not talking
about one or two guys I'm talking about
all eleven", said Macpherson, as he nained..
all 11 starting defenders.
Defensive linemen Sam Collins and
John Pittman pressured Clay quarter-
back Damon Pifer all night, while Brett
Troutman delivered hard hits from the
linebacker position and Matt Hernandez
patrolled the middle from his safety spot.
But in all, the whole Panther defense
came up big, snarling the Blue Devil at-
tack while converting two Clay turnovers
into points.
Ridgeview did not wait long before
putting points on the board, after hold-
ing Clay to three plays on their initial pos-
session, Everett drove the Panthers right
down the field, connecting on four pass-
es, the final one to Gilbert from seven-

NEW YORK.
STYLE 0A IC U
DINE IN CARRYOUT DELIVERNf
$ 1 e 25 Cheese and
S-- one topping
J'ADORE VOUS


B Tile & Supply. Inc
Your One Stop Shop

.334 Parkridge Ave.
Orange Park, FL 32065
904-276-0570


yards out to give the Panthers the 7-0
lead, with 8:09 left in the opening quarter.
Following an interception by Panther
cornerback Longmire on a Pifer pass,
Ridgeview's offense went back to work at
Clay's forty-yard line.
Four playslaterEveiruttit Lontgu i r in
the right corner of the end zone on a 30-
yard touchdown pass on a timing pattern
to give the Panthers a quick 14-0 lead with
just six minutes gone off the game clock.
"Their receivers went after the ball",
said Clay head coach Jim Reape. "You
have to give them credit their kids played
with more juice than we did", he added.
Ridgeview went for the jugular, still in
the first quarter.
After Clav's receiver Marcell Huggins
returned the kickoff out to mid-field, the
Blue Devils turned it over again as Pifer
and center Brian Christian could not get
together on the snap and Collins was
there to pounce on it, the Panthers were
back in business.
However, the Blue Devils dodge a bul-
let, after extending the drive with a
roughing the passer call on third down,
their defense stepped up to stop the
Ridgeview offense and force kicker
David Hon to try a 44-yard field goal that
fell just short.
Clay's offense finally got on track,
somewhat. At the beginning of the sec-
ond quarter following a Ridgeview punt,


Ridgeview receiver Jerrod Longmire (24) makes his move with the Blue Devils chasing.


Clay began on the Panther 38-yard line.
Running back Eric Johnson was the
S0-rikhloirse: hei car ied thc hall eight times
d' wn to he foutriecin against the Pan-
their stin_\ defense buLt he drive stalled
a nd the Blu-e Devils had to settle for a 30-
) ad tic-Id goaI by kicker Eric Buchanan.
a-.C had .liioher chance to cut deep-
ei iitio dihe Panther lead just before the
half ended.
Cornerback Chris Roberts stepped in
front an Everett pass for an interception
(one of two for Roberts) at mid field to
give the Blue Devils a glimmer of hope
but all hope was lost when Pifer scram-
bled inside the Panther twenty for a first
down buit was hit and fumbled the ball
back to the Panthers.
E\ eett added .a 55-yard scamper
thiIough lie middle of the Clay defense
on the Panthers first possession of the
second half to increase the lead to 21-3
and the Blue Devils never threatened,
again until the game was out of reach.
Pifer threw a 13-yard touchdown pass
toJohnson with just twenty-seconds left to
make the score a respectable 21-10 final.
Following the game Clay's coach
Reape gave credit to his counterpart at
Ridgeview saying, "Coach Macpherson
had a great scheme tonight, they never
allowed us to get into a rhythm offen-
sively, they outplayed us and out
coached us. They controlled the whole
game.".
Macpherson said, "We decided to
load the box on them. In watching film
I noticed they try to spread you out and
then pound the ball; statistically they
have gained two times more rushing
yards than passing, I'm not a genius but
I kind of figured that out. Further-
more the players I have helped make it
easier".
The 6-1 (2-0) Panthers now have a
three-ganue stretch.of tough gmp _tq',


finish the season, tomorrow night they
face district opponent Nease followed by
another district game in Col mI Il:bi.1 t(i1hen
finish the season with unbeaten St. Au-
gustine. "We must v. in one of the ne\xt I W
games to make the plaiffis and rthe\ N\a\
we're playing it's in oui reach", added
Macpherson.
As for the 3-4 (1-1) Blue Devils the. % ill
look to bounce back tonight at their
homecoming against an upstart Middle-
burg Bronco team before-facing their
final two district games against Palatka
and Menendez.
"We will look to iniish strong in our
next three games and if we. beat Palatka
we qualify for the playoffs", said Reape.
The Blue Devil offense that has strug-
gled in the last two games should receive
a boost when running back Keith Bel-
lamy returns after a short suspension.


Scoring
1 2
RV
14 0
CL
0 3


3 4 F

7 0 21

0 7 10


RV Gilbert 7 pass from Everett 8:09 (1)
RV- Longmire 30 pass from Everett
5:10(1)
CL Buchanan 28 FG 7:52 (2)
RV- Everett 55 run 10:17 (3)
CL -Johnson 13 pass from Pifer (0-20) (4)

Individual Leaders
Rushing -
RV Kuchinka 14-47, Everett 11-29
CL Pifer 11-42,Johnson 13-24
Passing -
RV Everett 15-22 -166 yards
CL- Pifer 7-19-110 yards
Receiving -
RV Longmire 6-72, Gilbert 6-27
.I Joh.ns-81-..lBe y-3 .. ./


CLAYTODAYBIZ


October 13,2005


Section B-6






October~~~~~~~ 320CLYOABZSetoB7


ALUM N CORNER


Former Clay County athletes leading the way
By Horace Davis, Stbff
0,,h I,+.: 'Z',t..r.,,,o ,,

ST. AUGLISTINE Former Cla; Blue
Devil volleyballl star Jes.sica Pate has
been a force in Flagler College's last
tmo victories. Pare a freshman outside
hitter for the LadN Saints, led a bal-
anced scoring attack with 10 kills. I ace
and I block as Flagler defeated Palm
Beach Atlantic Universit\ in three
games.
Pate then followed that game with 13
kills and a team high 17 digs to lead the
Ladv Saints over Savannah College of
Art and Design who were riding a 12
game winning streak.
In addition to Pate. Carrie Arnette
(Keystone Heights) recorded 2aces and
I kill in those victories while Melissa
Bear (Orange Park) added 8 kills and 4 srAFF PHOTO Bl HORACE DAVIS
blocks for the Ladv Saints. Jessica Pate seen here in a match last
year with Clay has been very instrumen-
tal for the Flagler College Lady Saints.


Volleyball district tourney


begins Monday, Oct. 17


By Horace Davis, Staff
lihdavis@jcpgroup.com

ORANGE PARK- The volleyball dIhsuiLt
tournament begins on Monday, October
17 and for local fans the only Clay Coi i n -
ty action will be held at Keystone Heig ihts
as they host their district tournament.
For much of the season Fleming Is-
land and Ke\ %tone carried undefeated
reo:i ds, until Ke- stone knocked offtt the
Lady Eagles after they had won 1 li
straight during their Lady India n to i r-
nament but then Keystone was defeated
by Episcopal after they had won went\
consecutive games.
Butnow the second season beg ins and


Class 4A Region 2at St. Autgustine -
First ;ear coach Cind\ Hudgins has done
an admirahlejob widh the youngg squad she
inherited at Cla\. She lost three top players
from last \ear and % ill hawe a tough time
getting past the likes of Nease and St. Au-
gustine.
Class 4A Region I at Bradford -
Ridge% iew and Middleburg will repre-
sent die count; in thidistricL Both teams
arc \oun.g and ha\e had sub-50I seasons.
But Middlchbirg hawe had some qual-
it\ ic stories down the stretch and coach
Pre wit has them belict ing the\ can u in.
Class 5A Region I at First Coast -
Fleming Island is the lone count; repre-
sentatmie in this district and they should


Davis recognized as top studentlathlete


By Horace Davis, Staff
t'/. bi'.`'O ji" .'u/.I 'l

ORANGE PARK Former Clay Blue
Devil Stafford Davis has been selected
as one of the best of the brig test from
the college gridiron. The National
Football Foundation & College Hall of
Fame (NFF) recently announced that
the current Illinois State linemen is one
of the 184 semi-finalists for the 2005
Draddy Trophy, presented by
HEALTHSOUTH. and is also one of
the candidates for the NFF 2005 Na-
tional Scholar-Athlete Awards.
The award, known in many circles as
the "Academic" Heisman. the Draddv
Trophy continues to be one of college
foot ball's most sought after and com-
petitive awards, recognizing an indi-
vidual as the absolute best in the
country for his combined academic
success, footballperformance and ex-
emplary community leadership.
Davis has been the anchor for the
Redbird offensive line. starting every
game of his collegiate career 39
games. He isoneof 44 nominees from
Division I-AA and carries a 3.03 grade
point average and is expected to grad-
uate in December with a degree in
business administration.
Senmi-finalists must be a senior or
graduate student in their final year of
eligibility, have a GPA of at least 3.0 on
a 4.0 scale, have outstanding football
ability as a.first team player, and have
demonstrated strong leadership and
citizenship. Established to honor for-
mer NFF Chairman Vincent DePaul
Dr addy. a Manhattan College quarter-


PHOTO SPECIAL TO CLAl TODAI
Stafford Davis is recognized as one of
the top student/athletes at Illinois
State University.
back who founded the Izod and La-
coste brands, the award comes with a
stunning 24-inch. 25-pound bronze
trophy and a $25.000 post-graduate
scholarship. Thecommittee will select
and announce 15 finalistson Oct. 27
and the winner will be announced at
the 48th NFF Awards Dinnei on De-
cember 6 at the Waldorf-Astoria in
New bYorkCity. Each finalist will also be
recognized that night as part of the
2005 National Scholar-Athlete Class.
receiving an $18,000 post-graduate
scholarship.


the guilt Free


SfoppLng Sp ree


Imagine buying what you want,
Whenever you want,

At a fraction of the price...

HUNDREDS OF NEW

ITEMS ARRIVING DAILY


STAFF PHOTO BY HORACE DAVIS
Can Joy Dailey and.the Lady Eagles make it past the districts and regional?


all teams start with the same record and
teams that may have started slow and fin-
ished strong will have a chance to con-
tinue playing._
We will see who makes it past the dis-
trict tournament into the regional pool
and then possibly a state title run.
Class 2A Region 2 at Gainesville,
Oak Hall StJohns is looking to advance
and should since the top two teams make
it. The question is do they have enough
firepower to get past tourney host Oak
Hall on their home court?
Class 3A Region 2 at Keystone
Heights The Lady Indians have shown
they are the class of their district and
look as if they have enough to make a
state final bid., -


represent well.
CoachJoy Dailey has the Lady Eagles
flying and they should come out of the
district with the championship, the
stiffest competition will come from
Wolfson or Bartram Trail. But they have
beaten them both.
Class 6A Region 1 at Fletcher The
Lady Raiders have shown th e; c, n com-
pete and win, even with three freshman
getting quality minutes.
Orange Park will get a tough test im-
mediately when they face Fletcher in the
first round.
They had Fletcher on the ropes dur-
ing the season but let the game slip away;
if they can pass the test it should give
them momentum against Buchholz.


Your purchase helps us help others


Section B-7


CLAYTODAYBIZ


October 13 2005


v


'.,-_ t J>






CLYTDALIZOcobr13I20


BRIEFS f,,m pa. B-2


------------------------------------------------- 9
Help raise money for the victims of Hurricane Katrina
and receive 52 issues of Clay Today!
Clay Today will donate $10 to Clay County Salvation Army
with every paid subscription of $29.


*1


Name


Address
City
State Zip_


Telephone (


I


I. BENEFITTI
I ~Clay C'oll
L -


Method of Payment:
0 Check 1 MC l Visa 1 Discover
Credit Card #


Expiration


Clay Today


ENG ORGANIZATION 1560 Kingsley Ave, Suite 1 Orange Park, FL 32073
mty Sah'ation.-Inmi. For Immediate Delivery Call 264-3200, ext 136
or email ldavis@jcpgroup.com
--- -. .--. ..-- -'-- ,


I













Ii
-J


Jaguar to host charity event
...Kyle Brady of: the Jacksonville
Jaguars will h:os the Gridiron Mas-
querade Event to bent it theBoysand
Girls Clubs of Noi thieast Florida on
Monday Oc tober 31 at the Lower West
Clubat Alltel Stadium fro m S p.m. to
midnight. .
The eI tentis open o thl-, pill ic fii
at $8)1 per person and sponsorship
pa,_ k.lg s are available by contacting
Neal Befidesky at 305)-778-6r35 or
Tracee Nor is at (904) 397-- 435 or by
logging on to i\ i\.g ridl 11 n r 1s.Liei -
ade.com

Youth registration at YMCA
The YMC(A is J:CLetinJg ,ouith bas-
k,-tball ieg i't i ati fori bio \ and girls
ages 4-11 at the Barco-Newton Family
YMCA. an d 4-17 at the Dye-Clay Family
YMCA. .
Regitu atin i.s on-ii ing and ends on
N,-ombher 10. For m,1o e inf':orai'n'i
k contact t.he M (A ait 72-4304.

Women's marathon training
_Local no.,nprofit.G(;irls on the Rir of
N.E Floridal is bh ildinig a ic.liiu f hlo al
W\V't iln Ilo \\h i0 t O t' ilaii t 1,'-I
uai.i ion hall -imaratholn anrd in:Akt a
difference in the lives of volng gii It
lthronghotit oiu ct onmunit.
Women of all running and walking
abilities fromJacksonville, O( ange Park.
Polite Vedraand Fei rnandina Beach ill
come together to train for the Miami
Mat athin or Half Ma adhononJanuarn
S29.20i.6 while raising money\ ($262 min-
imumi to benefit the girlo lat Girk on
the Rtin, after-school program that,
helps y)'oung girls build sel f-esteem and
healthy lifestyles \ Iile also training for
their fhst 5K (3.1 mile) race.
Participants will tecei\e a coached
program just for \omen. group train-
ing i iis. u'aining clinics. performance
shirts. fun s-ocials. camaraderie % ith
other women, and an opport unit\ to
inspire gilis in our connml itn\.
This program is open toiall women.
For more details, visithttp://www.gotrne-
florida.org/ or call904--321--1315.

High School baseball workshop
Pro base-ball link is looking for local
high s cliool and o i.th baseball pla ers
i hoare iilookinig forl tie oppI ltuniti to
pla\ college o:if professional baseball
but find tlhenmsel\es w ithout an\ cul-
l ege offers.
Pro baseball.comn ishosting a t\ro-da\
baseball workshop that will bring to-
gether a number of professional and
collegiate baseball personnel to add ess
1,1 aiions topics.
The workshop is open to high school
and vouth players of all ages, coaches
anid parents. For more information call
773-264-1040 or visit \ w w.pirobasebal-
lhnk.com .

Travel team signups
-Orange Park 11-year-old Travel
Team looking for players. Mustlivein
Orange Park area to be eligible for dis-
_trickt.. All-Star or Travel team experi-
ence preferred but not required.
Eligible play. ts cannot turn 12 before
July,31,2005. For more information
call (904) 237-7293.

Homerun club meeting
Baseball homeruni club meetings
will be held at Ridgeview High School
on the second Monday of every month
at 7 p.m. For more information call
Jackie Simpkins at 251-5102.

9Bel-Med registration
BMAA is -holding registration 6-8
p.m. Tuesday and Thursdays 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 children ages 5 and 6. For
moreinformation call 264-1910.


I
I
I I


I


CLAYTODAYBIZ


October 13, 2005


Section B-8





CLAY COUNTY REAL ESTATE


* .f U. fag


Achieving the American Dream helps neighborhoods, research says


Special to Clay Today

(NAPSI)-More Americans are becoming
homeowners-and that's good news not
only for the homeowners but it's even bet-
ter news for America's neighborhoods..
Study after study finds neighborhoods in
which people own homes are more stable-
homeowners and remain in a home an


average of nine years longer than renters.
Homeowners are also more engaged in
the community they live in. Research at
Harvard's Joint Center for Housing Studies
discovered owners are 28 percent more like-
ly to improve their home and 10 percent
more likely to be civic minded. For many
people, owning a home provides a one-of-
a-kind opportunity to better themselves.


Home equity is the single greatest form
of saving for most homeowners, which is
a comfort in a time when many are con-
cerned for the future of social security.
Today, more people can afford to buy
their own homes than ever before in
history.
One of the contributing factors is new
forms of financing, such as the nonprime


loan. Many people may be surprised to
discover that up to 50 percent of all peo-
ple who apply for a mortgage don't qual-
ify for a prime loan rate.
Nonprime mortgage lending offers
credit to borrowers that previously would
have been denied-giving them a chance to

REAL ESTATE continued on page B-10


I:'HOTO SPECIAL TO
CLAY TODAY
Whether building
a new home or mov-
ing into an estab-
lished neighborhood,
new research shows
that home ownership
does not only benefit
the family, it also
benefits the neigh-
borhood as well.


September 2005 Excellence Award winners at Coldwell
Banker Walter Williams Orange Park location are:










Karen Wentz Pebble Capes
Excellence in Sales Excellence in Listings

.1495 Kimgsley Ave.
Oragee Pa&k
269-9707 k
iv I-


Odober 13, 2005


Section B-9





October 13, 2005


Section B-b CLAY-- CONT EASTT


REAL ESTATE from page B-9
get a step closer to the American dream.
Generally, young people, individuals
with damaged credit, and minority pop-
ulations have lower credit scores and
might thus be denied mortgages.
Another factor that contributed to the
growth of homeownership was the eco-
nomic boom of the 1990s. TtIis boom fu-
eled a rapid appreciation in home
values, but now experts are urging cau-
tion as we move closer to bursting what
many are calling a real estate bubble.
"The lower interest rates of the recent
past aided in creating an economy ripe
for new homeowners," said Bruce Hahn,
of the American Homeowners Grassroots
Alliance. However, warns Hahn, rising
government debt can mean there is less
money available for'consumer invest-
ment. Less money available means high-
er interest rates for borrowers.
Another critical component that could
cripple homeownership is the proposed
over regulation of federally chartered
lenders Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
These institutions make sure there is a
stable supply of mortgage money avail-
able to lenders in order to make the


CURRENT RATES


Conventional


Origination Discount
Fee Points
30 Year Fixed 6.250 0 + 0
5/1 ARM 6.125 0 .+ 0
3/1 ARM 5.875 1/4 + 0


Interest Only 5/1 ARM
ARMs 3/1 ARM


6.000 1/4 + 0
6.000 3/4 + 0


30 Year Fixed 6.375 0 + 0
30 Year Fixed 6.250 0 + 0
30 Year Fixed 6.250 0 + 0


All rates are based on 'owner occupied prop-.
erty. Fixed rates are for a 60 day lock and
ARMs are for a 50 day lock. Rates are cur-
rent as of October 11,2005and a re subject to
change. Please call for current rates.
Non-Comforming Wholesale loans are also available
Call
Guy Lynch at

269-7170
Email: ghlynch@resourcebnk.com


When was the a05t time you
were your own boss?


loans new homebuyers need.
Over regulation in an attempt to re-
form lending could keep potential home-
buyers from being able to enter the
housing market.
"What is needed is enforcement of
existing laws, better consumer education
and narrow, carefully targeted policy ac-
tion where necessary to deal selectively
with the remaining exploitive practices,"
"said Hahn..
If regulations are so restrictive that
financial institutions reduce the avail-
ability of nonprime loans, many people
will no longer be able to buy a home,
says Hahn.
Because of low interest rates, new fi-
nancing options like nonprime loans,
and the role of the government-spon-
sored enterprises such as Fannie Mae
and Freddie Mac, not only is homeown-
ership soaring but minority homeowner-
ship is at an all-time high.
"Homeownership has long been the
key to achieving the American Dream,"
said Hahn. "With homeownership at
record levels, we urge caution, as elimi-
nating options and opportunities is not
the way to continue encouraging home-
ownership."

Need a Mortgage for
,., your dream home,
townhome, loft or
S- condo?
A A' Call Carol Hyde
MoAo- 626-6362
;--" -..i chyde@(Falaloans.com
Free Appraisals up to -
,j $300 paid at closing


Area School
Information


We Want to Hear From You
904-284-6500-

Clay County School District
www.clay.kl2.fl.us/


ASON
-(V -' """

School of Real Estate

CLASS SCHEDULES

1 Week Daytime starting
October 24th & October 31st

5 Week Evening starting
November 1st &
November 10th


For More Information Call Beverly: 596-5950
www.watsonrealtycorp.com -




Attention shutterbugs!


Do you have an interesting
photo you would like to share?
Send all submissions to
Greg Walsh, Managing Editor
at gwalsh@jcpgroup.com
All photos will-be
considered for publication.


Property LISTINGS


WATERMILL IN ARGYLE BEAUTY
with low fees, this 3BD/2BA home
features 42" cherry cabinets, luxury
master bath w/garden tub, separate
shower and walk-in closet. Home is
located on a lagoon and features a
covered patio. Club pools and ten-
nis to enjoy. Call Judy Fields at Pru-
dential Network Realty at (904)
534-5839. $199,900.

LARGE MOBILE on a pretty lot with
paved road. Large great room, formal
dining, eat in kitchen w/ fridge, large
utility room w/ washer & dryer.
Fenced yard, barn shed w/ power and
storage shed. $1 19,500. Call the AK
Team 237-842 I.

ORANGE PARK SOUTH one owner
beauty. This 3BD/2BA home features
a large shady and luscious backyard.
Newer berber carpeting, new A/C,
floor tile and vaulted spacious living
areas. Convenient to all your daily
needs of shopping and schools. Call
Judy Fields at Prudential Network Real-
ty at (904) 534-5839. $152,900.

CLAY COUNTY BEAUTY 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

HORSE LOVERS! Just listed, 3 acres,
3/2 DWMH like new. Fenced pastures
ready for horses and only $99,000.
CALL! Wendy Hendricks Broker-As-
sociate (904)838-3977 KW First
Coast Realty

ORANGE PARK SOUTH 3/2 All brick
home with over 2100 sqft. New win-
dows, fresh paint, updates throughout.
$189,900 Call today, Wendy Hendricks
Broker-Associate (904)838-3977 KW
First Coast Realty

39.5 ACRE FARM 20 acres fenced and
ready for your horses. 3/2 home with
split bedrooms, new tile, carpet and
more! 19.5 acres treed with live oaks.
All this only $445K Seller will subdivide,
20 acres w/home $295K, 19.5 Acres
land only $149,900. Call for all the
info. Wendy Hendricks Broker-Associ-
ate (904)838-3977 KW First Coast Re-
alty

LAKESIDE ESTATES 3/2 Brand new
roof, loads of updates. This one you will
definitely want to see!!!AWESOME
HOME. Offered at $189,900. Call
Wendy Hendricks at (904)838-3977
KW First Coast Realty

NEW HOMES in Clay County from the


Vanguard
. IT ', ."'
GGMAC







All Brick Imi
Conservation lot, N1
to family room, Fo
master. $262,500





Sutton Park Great
Southpoint, shoppir
FP,o appliances, stor
more. $128,900-


The AK Team
One Tenii: One Dream
-Ue, c Krc b..-23 S42 1
Ken P,.rn.-., ci, -
Hecit Ln,nch o2'6 908S
AlljacksonvilleHomcs.com


maculate 4/3! Culdesac,
neutral decor, Large kitchen open
*rmal living and dining, Deluxe


3rd floor condo. Close to UNF,
ig and Beaches! Vaulted ceiling,
rage unit, pool, clubhouse and


$ 180K's and up. Several locations. Call
for all the info. Wendy Hendricks Bro-
ker-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. Call with all your
questions, we can help. Wendy Hen-
dricks Broker-Associate (904)838-3977
KW First Coast Realty

SELLING YOUR HOME? Call for a
FREE consultation & a great marketing
program. We sell homes throughout
Jacksonville & Orange Park. Call for our
customized listing package to fit your
needs. Wendy Hendricks Broker-Asso-
ciate (904)838-3977 KW First Coast
Realty

240596 DON'T MISS THIS spacious
home in Argyle Forest! This 3/2 has ce-
ramic tile, carpet & hardwood floors, 2-
story shed w/ lights and water, fenced
back yard. Call Dreme Stubbs@278-
3329 $162,000 COLDWELL BANKER
WALTER WILLIAMS

NATURE LOVER'S PARADISE 3 bed-
room, 2-bath home on an acre. Bring
your horse to this homes only property
that backs up to 100+ acre retreat cen-
ter. 2.5 car garage, greenhouse/work-
shop, sprinkler 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 Plan-
tation has upgrades galore solid wood
cabinets, 10-foot knockdown ceilings,
garden tub, custom countertops, and
much, much more. Call David Jackson
at Coldwell Banker Tatum Williams,
291-2243.

COUNTRY LIVING in Fox meadow -
3 bedrooms, 2-bath home in a cul-de-
sac has been renovated throughout.
Features include an II x 16 screen
porch, 10 x 15 work shed, and is move-
in ready. Call David at Coldwell Banker
Tatum Williams today for your private
showing, 291-2243.

BEAUTIFUL HOME ON AN ACRE- 3
bedroom, 2-bath manufactured home
with breakfast room is in move-in con-
dition and is fenced completely. Call Bill
Zimmerman at Coldwell Banker Tatum
Williams today, 291-2243

247651 ALL BRICK HOME on cul-de-
sac. This 4/2 features large family
room, eat-in kitchen W/cook Island,


LImSuINrzu
.............COT O PGE1


Aliese


Heidi


WOW! Nearly New 4/3 Pod Horme in Oakleaf. Preserve
lot, Neutral decor, Formals, Kitchen w/ 42" cabs &
breakfast bar, Deluxe.master, Upgraded carpet and fix-
Stures. Hated pool w/ fountain. Fenced yard. $349,500


Pretty Corner 1.18 acre Lot! Well maintained
4/2, 1800+ sf mobile home. Huge great room,
formal dining, fully equipt eat-in kitchen, large utili-
ty room w/ washer & dryer, shed w/ power. Reduced
to $115,500. Call Today!


..M. '


Jumbo


AV -r--- AV -r--- AV -r--- AV -r- AV -rhm m AW Mnm


AN ieam o AN wam AN iecim mr, itz!cim it--cmi


CLAY COUNTY REAL ESTATE


Section B-10


" --







October 13 05CA ONYRA SAEScinBl


screened porch over looking spacious
fenced yard, call now for appointment.
Patricia Sherman@278-3332 $184,847
COLDWELL BANKER WALTER
WILLIAMS

248015 SHOWS LIKE A MODEL. Im-
maculate 7 months old, lush landscap-
ing, upgraded tile, separate living and
dining rooms, tile fireplace! A Must See!!
Call Karen Wentz@278-3325
$244,500 COLDWELL BANKER WAL-
TER WILLIAMS

251028 GREAT INVESTMENT HOME,
this home features laminate wood floor-
ing, indoor laundry, oak cabinets, 2 bed-
rooms converted into one large master,
handicap accessible shower 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
fireplace, eat-in kitchen, screened
porch, alarm system and the appliances
stay. Call Michele Adams@278-333 I
$141,000 COLDWELL BANKER WAL-
TER WILLIAMS

249973 BEAUTIFUL ALL BRICK on al-
most '_. acre on Fleming Island. Large
backyard big enough for a pool, or just
for entertaining. A one owner, lovingly
maintained home. Call Patricia Sher-
man@278-3332 $219,847 COLDWELL
BANKER WALTER WILLIAMS

248064 CONCRETE BLOCK HOME
w/stucco, tile entry, living/dining combo
w/plant shelves, eat-in kitchen w.break-
fast bar. family room w/sliders to patio,
fenced yard, garden master bath. walk-
in shower & huge walk-in closes. Call
Karen Wentz@278-3325 $173,000
COLDWELL BANKER WALTER
WILLIAMS

252232 ALL BRICK POOL HOME in
the heart of Orange Park! This immac-
ulate home features a separate living &
dining room, family room with fireplace.
and a garden master bath. The breakfast


nook overlooks the sparkling pool on a
private 1/3 acre lot. Call Karen
Wenrz@278-3325 $242,000 COLD-
WELL BANKER WALTER WILLIAMS

4.77 ACRES in Bostwick. $60,000. Call
The AK Team 237-8421 for more infor-
mation.

NEAR YULEE. almost new on almost I
acre. 4/2 Double Wide with deluxe mas-
ter, fully equipt kitchen with island.
$1I 14,900. Call The AK Team 237-7503.

INVESTORS! We have a number of
REO investment opportunities ranging
in price from $49,900 to $150,000. Call
The AK Team for more information.
237-7503 or 237-8421.

3/2 IN SANDY HOLLOW offers new
carpet throughout, fully equipped &
tiled Kitchen w/ nook, tiled traffic areas,
inside laundry room, garage w/ built in
work bench, fenced back yard.
$149,900. Call The AK Team for more
information. 237-7503 or 237-842 1.

CR 217 COMMERCIAL PROPERTY
zoned BB, approx. I 1/2 acres on paved
county road. Call Kat Wetmore at (904)
705-6023 w/Prudential Network Realty.
$135,000.

258832 GREAT HOME built in 2002!
House has been freshly painted, new
carpet & vinyl floors, all neutral col-
ors. Why wait to build, this home is
move in ready. 3/2 separate
living/dining room, open floor plan.
Call Darlene Rapoza@278-3334
$187,400 COLDWELL BANKER
WALTER WILLIAMS

259236 WELL MAINTAINED HOME,
immaculately kept yard! This 3/2 home
features, brick front & vinyl siding, ce-
ramic tile in bathrooms & foyer, back
porch enclosed, hurricane shutter on all
windows. Call Darlene Rapoza@'278-
3334 $155,000 COLDWELL BANKER
WALTER WILLIMS

261654 SPACIOUS 4/2 on well mani-
cured corner lot. Large family room
w/tiled wood burning fireplace that can
be converted to gas, large bonus or 4th
bedroom upstairs, large fenced back
yard. Call Maureen Harmon@278-33 19


ack ,,o il] .et


Homes from --
the high 100's -
904-908-0050


$192,900 COLDWELL BANKER WAL-
TER WILLIAMS

249973 BEAUTIFUL ALL BRICK on
almost '.2 acre on Fleming Island.
Large backyard big enough for a pool.
or just for entertaining. A one owner,
lovingly maintained home. Call Patri-
cia Sherman5,278-3332 $219,847
COLDWELL BANKER WALTER
WILLIAMS

252390 GREAT HOME ON LARGE
LOT! This 4 bedroom 2 bath home is
well maintained, engery efficient, 1399
sq. ft., split bedrooms and all appliances
stay. Call Coldwell Banker Walter
Williams@269-9707 $140,000

256513 FORMER BUILDER'S
MODEL w/great curb appeal, beauti-
ful brick front w/cedar siding, new
roof in 2005, cul-de-sac w/landscaped
yard & room for a pool, tile entry
16x12 dining w/dental crown mould-
ing & chair rail, this 3/2 home is a
must see!! Call Karen Wentz@278-
3325 $194.900 COLDWELL
BANKER WALTER WILLIAMS

257982 NESTLED UNDER the trees,
this 3/2 home offers large bedrooms,
formal dining, cooktop island in kitchen
with built in..greatroom, fireplace and
inground pool. Call Linda Story@278-
3337 $249,900 COLDWELL BANKER
WALTER WILLIAMS

260066 HEAVILY WOOD, highly sought
after lot the backs to the community
amenities. This is a must see and walk lot.
High and dry estate size lot. Call Pebble
Capesi@:278-3314 $160,000 COLD-
WELL BANKER WALTER WILLIAMS

259597 GREAT STARTER HOME! Fea-
tures 3 bedrooms 2 baths, split plan,
fireplace, tray and vaulted ceilings, glass
top stove and built in microwave,


fenced yard and detached shed. Call
Karen Wentz@278-3325 $127.900
COLDWELL BANKER WALTER
WILLIAMS





EAGLE HARBOR LAGOON VIEW!
Wonderful 3 way split floorplan, this
4/3 offers Formal living rm w/french
doors, formal dining, Large family rm
with FR Open kitchen with corian and
42" cabinets, Large enclosed lanai, Side
entry garage. $349,900. Call The AK
Team for more information. 237-7503
or 237-8421.

PACE ISLAND POOL HOME! Gor-
geous 5/4 with diagonal ceramic rile,
42" cabinets, neutral decor, large
walk in closets and pantry, screened
and heated pool w/ light package and
much more. $394,900. Call The AK
Team for more information. 237-7503
or 237-8421.

ALL BRICK IMMACULATE 4/3!
Culdesac, Conservation lot, Neutral
decor, Large kitchen open to family
room. Formal living and dining.
Deluxe master.$262,500. Call The AK
Team for more information. 237-7503
or 237-8421.

RAVINES GATED Golf Community -
3 bedroom, 3.5 bath in established
section of Ravines Golf Club commu-
nity is a southern charmer with too
many upgrades to list. A huge great
room with brick fireplace opens to a
spacious screened rear porch. Solid
countertops and raised panel cabinets



.............. ON ; P GE'


-W-1riejjrA


_ *


CFANdE.
Construct-on C company
Dijectioni: !-6i.) ~FR-LUs-dir,,.< Qr I BnlE5 iv C1d.L I i i-,WIM ._, p m '~~.fi




GREATS
3 ACRES CLAY COUNTY only $9.( 000 ~


BROKER-AssociATE KELLER
WILLIAMSr
904-8:38-:39-7-7 ..,


READY FOR THAT LARGE FAMILY
ll, J ilh,,. r llll q I I', l r i fIr la, c anU,, l ', i ,b
i lc.,'1t,:r ,," I .. '. i.. ii .., ,lhi l-q ,. l ,:ri : l.1f';c I.i.L h.: ri ill' l',,il [I
C.r,,i ,l .Iri J i... 1 rlIf.-r K khcr, .l.., l:.,iu ,( I- i.,ji M u l *.:
to jppnl,.:.,i M L. .4X 375 ., ll.iiiiI.

ACREAGE,
Home only lots- their e i it: :Iel up li'i iih pi er p~ .
well and spetic i .l : c.JIl .ri hai: ; 1 a jcie and J ii' Iie'.l
for $125,000 ej..lh Br ing ihe IJI jid ih h,,ic
MLS# 263886 and MLS# 263952

NEEDS A LITTLE TLC
This 3/2 with covered front porch and back deck is very cute on
one acre. Fenced rear yard. The home looks bigger than what it is,
total of 1,680 sq. ft. has new vinyl in kitchen and dining room.
Brick wood burning fireplace-breakfast bar, laundry room. New
dishwasher, hot water heater andA/C and heat unit. This is a great
buy nd I know this one won't last long. MLS# 261968 $69,900
IN A COMMERCIAL AREA ON CR. 220
3/2 mobile home. 2002 model split plan-tile fireplace with man-
tle, family room; living room, dining room combo. Kitchen has
center work island, washer and dryer will stay with the home.
Breakfast bar, garden tub with sep. shower in master bath, walk-
in rcinsetg There iq a qteel building_ in rear-trade fixture inside will
l,'.l n. :, Th, ,. j Frtl" 1 I., jil-l-o, 1-f :,rill| hu.,filt N M LS4
2th~s mlt tihuaiin,


PERFECT LITTLE STARTER HOME IN THE
COUNTRY DOUBLE WIDE MOBILE HOME
3/2 '4 1i m ..,iil.l',r- .Ir. imJ li i 1r. r,: : f Eiii il ':i1 :. i i i. tL i icr,
..1.- i uridr, .iil r... ri. carpett and paint-walkin closet in mas-
to i i u l'. m i;, u :i J1.i.:. 'i..i- h .jr.i. h,:,.. i.c ijli Thernialwin-
,, 1. iC.. .-. i. i n r i, IiVi ir ,....m MLS#. 258151
$64,900.

HANDYMAN'S SPECIAL
Reduced! Built in 1994, 2./2 on 2 acres has front deck. Horses
Welcome. MLS#228813 $60,000.

REDUCED PALM HARBOR HOME
.Beautiful 4 bedroom, 2 bath, split plan on 2.28 acres. This kitchen js
a cook's dream with loads of cabinets and appliances. Ceramic tile
l,.,.r., ir n. ll. .., -i Lti E .ii h...i wood burning fireplace for
those cool nights. Formal dining and Living room. Water softener
and conditioner. 14x16 shed. MLS# 244760 $147,900.
Waterfront 4.40 Acres REDUCED $61,000
Waterfront 3.34 Acres REDUCED $51,000
Paved Road 2.10 Acres $47.000)


800-719-5066


www.SecureHomeBuyers.com
CLT-002-305


Siktion B-11


October 13, 2005


CLAY COUNTY REAL ESTATE






Section -12 LAYCOUNY RAL STAT Ocober13,200


REALTORS














With over 39 years of
combined real estate
experience in the
Northeast Florida area,
we know and have what
it takes to get you there.


(904) 534-5839 Judy's Cell
(904) 705-6023 Kat's Cell
(904) 269-1716 Office



*S Prudential
Network Realty ,. -, ,
Extremely Full Service. -


TI l,, 1, ,,1 ,',1, 1, -. ,,, .,-,: ,-.:,,, ,- .1 -,- ,,: l1;i ,,l:..d *, ,


complete a roomy kitchen. Over-
sized 3 car garage. Call Ross Check at
Coldwell Banker Tatum Williams
today, 291-2243

253815 THIS 4/2 HOME features a
courtyard entry, formal living & dining,
kitchen overlooks family room with gas
fireplace, screehed lanai overlooks la-
goon. Call Linda Story@278-3337 $
289,900 COLDWELL BANKER WAL-
TER WILLIAMS

NEW HOMES in Clay County from the
$180K's and up. Several locations. Call
for all the info. Wendy Hendricks Bro-
ker-Associate(904)838-3977 KW First
Coast Realty

SELLING YOUR HOME? I KNOW
CLAY COUNTY! Call for a FREE con-
sultation & a great marketing pro-
gram. We sell homes throughout
Jacksonville & Orange Park. Call for
our customized listing package to fit
your needs. Wendy Hendricks Bro-
ker-Associate (904)838-3977 KW
First Coast Realty

17 ACRES High & dry property,
fenced, huge 3400 sqft workshop, 3-
phase and single phase electrical, sepa-
rate office building & warm-up pen for
your horses. Build your dream home
here. A must see at only $250K. Wendy
Hendricks Broker-Associate KW First
Coast Realty (904)838-3977

249337 GORGEOUS OAKLEAF
HOME with beautiful ceramic tile lead-
ing into the greatroom which boasts a
built-in entertainment center, tile fire-
place, crown moulding enhances the
volume ceilings, plantation shutters, up-
graded kitchen cabinets, and much
more. Call Michele Adams @278-3331


FTnb Your Pace i te Sun
- J*^ /.'* /.-shf&aLfm \w iBf'U~r'r rm


$284,500 COLDWELL BANKER WAL-
TER WILLIAMS

259777 WONDERFUL HOME in
Eagle Harbor! Home is ready for
you to move in. This 4/3 home fea-
tures: split bedrooms, neutral col-
ors, newer carpet, 42" cabinets,
eat-in kitchen large master, tile
fireplace w/tile.mitered window in
breakfast room and French door to
formal living area. Call Nancy
Wentz@278-33 I 6 $324,900
COLDWELL BANKER WALTER
WILLIAMS




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

239477 EAGLE HARBOR BEAUTY!!
This 5BR 3BA home has it all. Located
on a large lot w/golf course view, Flori-
da room, bonus room, extensive
moulding, granit counter, island, wood
floors, upgrades galore, plus 3 care
garage. Call Pebbles Capes@278-3314
$432,500 COLDWELL BANKER WAL--
TER WILLIAMS

NEW HOMES $450K's Paradise Moor-
ings. Gorgeous homes, fully loaded.
Wendy Hendricks (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

JUST LISTED! 32 ACRES OF PARADISE
- Beautiful high & dry property, 1700
sqft home, guest quarters, 2500 sqft of
deck, above ground pool. 6 stall stable,
clay 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! Of-
fered at $545K 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 quar-
ters or bonus room. New clay riding
arena, 6 stall stables and new fencing. A
horse lovers paradise. A must see at
only $295K. Wendy Hendricks Broker-
Associate KW First Coast Realty
(904)838-3977

EAGLE HARBOR 5BR/4BA w/extend-
ed screened lania overlooking a
sparkling lagoon. Upgrades galore
including bonus room, 42" maple
cabinets, smooth top range, built-in
micro and recessed lighting in
kitchen, central vac and luxury mas-
ter suite. Call Call Kat Wetmore
(904) 705- 6023 or Judy Fields (904)
534-5839 w/Prudential Network Re-
alty. $359,900.

WATERFRONT ON DRS. LAKE near
Eagle Harbor. Grand 2-story home
w/porte-cochere, 2 owners' suites,
dock w/electric & water and 20X30
screened deck. Too many amenities to
mention them all. For your private
showing, call Judy Fields at Prudential
Network Realty at (904) 534-5839.
$1,250,000.

CR 218 8 acres zoned commercial lo-
cated at intersection of 2 paved coun-
ty roads. Call Kat Wetmore at (904)
705-6023 w/Prudential Network Real-
ty. $ 638,000.

SOUTHSIDE/TIMBERLAND PARC
area. Privacy abounds with this con-
servation lot. This 5BD/4BA nearly
2900 sq. ft. home features a new
screened pool, granite countertops and
new hardwood floors. Great rear bonus
room overlooking the conservation
area. Call Judy Fields at Prudential
Network Realty at (904) 534-5839.
$469,900.


3/2 1959 SF home features; formal living and dining room,
breakfast bar, large den with a stone fireplace, screened
porch and fenced yard. Call Karen Wentz.@278-3325.
MLS# 263099 $137,900

L~881! 11


SrPACIOUS 42 *tJ..;..
On well manicured corner lot!! Large family room with tile
wood burning fireplace that can be converted to gas, large
bonus/4th bedroom upstairs, large newly fenced back yard.
Less than I year old, this beauty won't last long. Call Maureen
Harmon @278-3319 MLS #261654 $192,900


I HEAVILY WOODED...
Highly sought after lot that backs up to the community
amenities. This Is a must see and walk lot. High and dry
estate size lot. Call Pebble Capes@278-3314. MLS#260066
$160,000 :


Your Perfect Partner


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


VWUINUERFUL lHuMn IBN ERAGM.LI:E r tUR!t
Home is ready for you to move in. This 4/3 home features;
split bedrooms, neutral colors, newer carpet, 42" cabinets,
eat-in kitchen, large master, tile fireplace w/tile, mitered win-
dow in breakfast room and French door to formal living area.
Call Nancy Wentz@278-3316. MLS#259777 $324,900
.-WN


LOVELY HOME BUILT IN 2000
3/2 home, 1564 SF brick front, vaulted ceilings, fireplace, eat in
kitchen, breakfast bar, garage door opener and deck. Call Debi
Langston@278-3318. MLS #257584 $1s72,000


4701 Hwy 17 South Suite 107
Orange Park, FL 32003

(904) 269-9707


-w.~ *"II"'~",'" I-- -~ -~ -=-


All of the great amenities...
No CDD Fee

-,. k' ni how 03 1;
-'~ JI'J )'y.i SIEDAATWATILM OAKiAFPIANTATION
Directions:. 1-295 to Blanding Blvd. to Argyle Forest Blvd left on V Waterpark V Waterpark
V Swimming Pool / Swimmng Pool
Watermill Blvd. South, proceed to rotary, first exit right at V CSubho o V Clubhouse
Maidstone Mill Drive, model 50 ft. on left V Playground V Playground
V Convenient to V Convenient to
shopping shopping
S EI, I V'I. 100CDD Fee
Construction ('ompan}
C.C0208zo Corp. 72 MOO For homes available now visit www.sedaconstruction.com


WE DON'T LIST HOUSES!

WE BUY THEM!
ANY LOCATION 0 ANY PRICE N ANY CONDITION
Need to sell your UNWANTED house fast?
Behind on payments? Relocating? Divorce? 100% Financed?
Does your house need repairs? Facing Foreclosure?
Unwanted Inheritance? Bad Tenants?
CALL 800-913-9518 TO HEAR HOW WE CAN HELP!
$ NO FEES OR COMMISSIONS $
$ FAST SIMPLE, NO HASSLE CLOSINGS $
$ GUARANTEE A CA$H OFFER IN 48-HRS $
-$ WE HANDLE ALL THE PAPERWORK $ WE PAY CASH $

WE BUY HOUSES
FREE recorded information 24-Hrs/day 800-913-9518
(you may also press 0 to speak with one of our live. operators anytime, day or night)
or visit us online at www.need2sellmyhouse.com
@ 2005 Delmarva Homebuyers USA is associated with a group of local investors
that buy and sell several houses per month and we can purchase yours!


October 13, 2005


Section B-12


CLAY COUNTY REAL ESTATE









SFor All Your

C 1 y Cou t Real Estate Needs




CLASSIFIEDEu
Serving Or es G e os P e a s KIIey ~ HWALTER WILLIAMS REALTY, INC.
4701 Hwy. 17South Ste.107
VIS Orange Park, FL 32003
Sn asS I F ie a ll G e269-9707 rgg-i

Serving Orange Park,.Fleming Island, Green Cove Springs, Penney Farms, Middleburg,Krys toticI Heighits &Argyle


', CLASSIFIED
Tod DEADLINE
A New Monthly Newspaper
I lw reach go d Monday 5 p.m
i" fn the Argvie oreOv


ADVERTISE YOUR GARAGE SALE,

YARD SALE OR RUMMAGE SALE
in the Clay Today for only 17.00 per week
Call 269-2999 for more information.


/' Call our -
classified staff
Mon -Frl. 8om-5pmrn of

2 K 269-2999


e; i 0 ;ic ei 0 0


cmmmm= to 5Ca racersnerLin



IEducation v i


Message to Advertisers:
All a.dj are nor.rielndable. Plea-.E
check Lour ad c.p, the iiil week
cO publicarior, V will onl/ apply,
credit for the Il.,r run and credils
aie :ublect to approval by I[ Pub-
sher I oad i. rcancelled prior to first
in.-erti.Tr,, cancellaiori must be
made b,' the cla,.;,fied deadfirn ,
Fnda, b-, 5 p fr Add muLt comply
.vrh FedE'al. Store a' local laws.
We are not responsible for ad con-
tewnt Ld are ubjAed to apprcal b-,
the Publishei.


AUTOMOTIVE>
NETWORK
4 Lines-4 Weeks
startingat 218,000 readers
$5 in Clay, Duval&
St. Johns Counties
ust mention the special Clay Today pr

K PRIVATE

PARTY

Starting at OOwk


.Call 269-2999


/GARAGE-'

SALE
Starting at


700
218,000 readers in Clay, Duval
& St. Johns Counties

COMPLETE
MARKET
COVERAGE....
from 46,000 readers in Orange
Park, Keystone Heights,
Middleburg, Green Cove Springs,
Fleming Island and Penney Farms!
It's easy, convenient and it works.
CALL TODAY 269-2999

To reach our
office Cal:

269-2999
Visit us at:
1560 Kingsley Ave. Suite 1
- A a i P A A mAIdF


I V
Degrees online from norme
100'%. Job Placemeni Asis-
lance. Computer arid financial
aid if quality. Call ioll Iree 866-
858-2121 wiwwA oniretilde a-
ierlecr corn cpl

EARrI YOUR HIGH Scriool
Diploma a nore in 6 months or
less. Work ai your o*n pace
Keep ',our present ob. Firsi
Coasi Academy. Call for tree
brochure 1-800-658-1180..





Garage Sales


Garage Sale, Sat. 29th, 8-?
1498 CR 315, V1/ Block Off-
Hwy 17, Futon $150, Over-
sized Chair w/ Ottoman $175,
Cradle $150, Changing Table
$50 All Like New, Also Com-
puter Desk $50, Dresser $20,
Oak Entertainment Center
$100, TV Trays $25, BBQ
$100, Storage Shed 10x15
Home Built w/ Loft, New Pool,
Filter, Cover & Supplies Inc
$150
904-284-2942/904-891-3377


Gigantic Moving Sale, Sat &
Sun, 15th & 16th, -9-5pm
3300 Sq. Ft. Home, Contents
Must Go, Moving! Bed. Living
Rm, Electronic, Pressure
Washer, Lots of Collectibles,
Grand Father Clock, Pick-up
Truck, ALL Quality!
8738 Commonwealth Dr, Jax
2 Miles West of 295,504-3802
Huge Multi-Family Sale,
Misc Items, Sat. Oct 15th
8a-1p
1759 W. Papaya Dr, OP
Loch Rane / Orange Park CC
Sat. Oct 15th 7am-2pm
Annual Fall Garage Sale
Kingsley & Blanding
Lots of Families, Lots of Deals
Early Bird Line Up @ Big Lots

Mark Your Calendars for
This Can't Miss Sale!
The Television Production
Students from
Clay High School will
Sponsor a Yard Sale @
Lake Asbury
Community Center
282 Branscomb Rd, G.C.S
on October 22. In Addition to
Yard Sale Items Cold Drinks
& Baked Goods will Also be
For Sale. The Students are
Raising Money to Fund
Their Trip to the Student
Convention in Anaheim,
California


Private Party Line Rates: Commercial Line Rates Garage Sale Business & Svc. Directory
1 Paper 1 Paper 1 Paper: $17.00 1Paper
$9.00 1 wk, $17.00 2 wks, $18.00 lwk, $32.00 2 wks, 3 Papers: $23,00 -1x2 $105/mo, 2x2 i..'9/rr,.
$22.00 3 wks, $27.00 4 wks $46.00 3 wks, $58.00 4 wks Paper -
3 Paper Buy: 3 Paper Buy Employment 1x2 $210/mo,2x2 $367/mo
$13:00 1 wk, $25.00 2 wks, $30.00 1 wk, $53.00 2 wks. Spotlight RATE GUIDE FOR:
$35.00 3 wks, $41.00 4 wks $76.00 3 wh.S 8 00 -1 L ( 2" Minimum)' ClayToday
(Animals, Car ,:errting ,:,r 1 Paper: $23 Per Inch
(Couches, TV's, Beds, Selling a Home or to A.l.ertie 3Papers: $41 Per Inch p I.... -C rp
Household Items Etc.) Your Business or Services) RCI Li & klRFL L'L


Moving Sale, Sat 8-?,
3965 Old Jennings Rd, Queen
Size Br Set, Living Rm Set,
Dining Rm Set, BookCase &
More
Oakleaf Plantation Entire
Neighborhood Garage Sale.
Sat. Nov 5th from 8a-2p
OP Ridgecrest & Foxridge
Community Sale. Multi-Family
participating, Lots of Great
Bargains. Sat. Oct. 15th 8-?
Ravines Entire Community
Sale, Sat. Oct. 15th 8a-2p
Security Will Open Gate @ 8a
Village Green Community
Yard Sale Saturday, Oct. 15th
From 8-?Located @Village
Way & Kingsley
Woodworking Tools, turni-
ture, misc. 140 Orchid Ave,
behind Cinnamon St. Church.
Sat. Oct. 15th 8-?

Lost & Found


Lost Gold Ring, Size 9, With
6 Little Diamonds, 3 on Each
Side. Lost, Mon. Oct. 3rd in
OP Area,. Possibly One of The
Walmart Stores. Tremendous
Sentimental Value!
284-5779
Professional .B


V ADOPTION V
ALL EXPENSES
PAID!
Loving & Secure couples
desire to adopt. You select
and meet the adoptive
family. Free counseling,
living & medical expenses.
Confidential assistance.
Call Jacksonville Attorney
Michael Shorstein.
1-800-348-6434 1
(Bar 559644)

Health .
Medical *;

Hoveround, Runs Good
$800
Please Call 904-282-5373
Affordable healthcare $39-$149
month single/family. Everyone
accepted guaranteed. Medical
Dental -Prescriptions Vidion
Hospitalization included ip rate:
Call now for free quote! *-800-
520-4959. cpf

NEW MOTORIZED WHEEL-
CHAIRS "No Cost" If Eligible.
Scooter Type / Hospital Beds /
Manual Chairs. We Accept
Medicare & Private Insurance.
Free Delivery Helping Hands
Medical Equipment Call Toll-
Free 1-877-667-7088.i Hablam-.
os Espanol. cpf .- .. ...


Health
Medical V

IMPOTENT? **Erectile Dyslunc-
tion** can be treated safely and
effectively without drugs or sur-
gery. Covered by Medicare!
Also, diabetic supplies & shoes
at little or no cost to you. 1-800-
815-1577 Ext 8 www lifecaredia-
teltcsuriolies.com cpf
Miscellaneous
Pro. Services Wy |
FREE HOMEWORK HELP All
subjects, elementary to college.
Go to www.pathwhelp.org
(http://www.pathwhelp.org/) for,
live online help or help via email
or message boards, all from
quaiilieca teachers. Absolutely
free. Safe and secure site. cpf

START DATING TONIGHT!
Have Fun Playing.The Florida
Dating Game. For More Informa-
tion Call Toll Free 1-800-RO-
MANCE Ext. 2369 cpf





Attorney.&
Legal Services J

"Law Offices of
Cristina Fuschi".
Automobile and consumer
product contract, fraud and
warranty issues; :
DcClt .:.le-ii,:,r, Brkrrupt
F.:r.re- l,:sure ard
ei.- l rh,,ior C l ,or.a or-ten nt
Sliding-scale fee available
Clay County appts.
644 Cesery Boulevard
Jacksonville, FL "
ni- ii jC.:.mlr ,r., ;Jii,.I ?iu; f .3i nl
The thing oa lawyer istanmponantdecision that should
our qualifcatons and experience CLT-0082-3505

***ADOPTION*** **SURROGA-
CY** Living Expenses Paid.
Medical & counseling assis-
tance. Choose a Loving, Fi-
nancially Secure family for
your child. Caring & confiden-
tial. (24 hours 17 days), Attor-
ney Amy Hickman, (Lic.
#832340). Website: adoption-
zone.com 1-888-812-3678 cpf


ARE YOU PREGNAUIT? Feeling
alone? Talk with caring people,
who listen and can help. Living
Expenses Paid. Toll free 247
One True Gift Adoptions.
866-921-0565 cpf

NEED A LAWYER? All Crimi-
nal Defense & Personal Injury
*Felonies .Domestic Violence
.*Misdemeanors *DUI *Traffic
*Auto Accident *Wrongful
Death '"Protect Your Rights"
A-A-A Attorney Referral
Service 1-800-733-5342 cpf

ALL Accidents & Injury Claims
Automobile Bike/Boat/Bus
Animal Bites Workers Com-
pensation Wrongful Death *
Nursing Home Injuries :
S-"Protect Your Rights" AA-A-A
Attorney Referral Service
1-800-733-5342 cpf

$99.95 FLORIDA CORP. Com-
plete & Includes State Fees,
Corporate Book & Seal. Free
-information packet:
www.amerilawyer.com or call
Miami-Dade ... (305) 854-6000
Broward ... (954) 630-9800
Tampa... (813) 871-5400
St. Pete ... (727) 442-5300
Toll Free ... (800) 603-3900.
Spiegel & Utrera. PA. L.-
Spiegel, Esq., Miami. cpf

DIVORCE $175-$350* 2 hour
service available! Covers
children, etc. Only one signature
required! *UExcludes government
fees. Call 1-800-522-6000
ext. 70 (8am-7pm weekdays)
est. 1977 cpf

BANKRUPTCY DIVORCE
From $175 1 -Signature or
_ Missing Spouse Divorce.
Includes Child Custody, Support,.
Property and Debts. Also Wills,
Name Change and Incorporation.
(We Come To You) Free Info!
1-888-705-7221 cpf


Prins a nc' 1

BEST LOAN Programs.
Anywhere' Rates as Low as
. 1%. Borrow $400,000 for
$1,011.42/month. Free 7-night
cruise w/any loan. Call'& Find.


out' 500 FICO-BK Ok ,750-1848. HablamosEspanol,
ODRE Lic#01456130 cpf.

$$CASH$$ Immediate Ca..h for
Struck lured Sentlements. Annu-
ities, Law Suits, ,nheritances
Mortgage Notes & Cash Flows.
J.G. Wentworth #1 1-800-794-
7310 cpf

GO DIRECT @ DirectMort-
gage.com Your final destination
for all your financing needs. No
Obligation, Free Service. Let us
start working for you today!
www.directmortgage.com cpf



Florida Institute
for Reproductive
Medicine




S STAFF:
KEVIN L. WINSLOW, M.D.*
SAMUEL E. BROWN, M.D.*
DANIEL M. DUFFY, M.D.*
*Irfertility, Reproductive
Endocrinology/Board Cerdfied

In Vitro Fertizilation
GIFT/ZIFT
Ovulation Induction
Male Infertility (andrology)
Donor Egg
e Microsurgenr
7* Laser Surgery
Tubal ReanaitomoBis
Micromanipularive IVF
Menopause
Contraception
Menstrual Irregularities
Excessive Hair Growth
Congenital-Anomalies

All Major Insurances
& Tricare Accepted

iwwwv.firmjax.com

904-399-5620. .


1Vriq'~~r 1tY w iliaiij IV ta~
15 60-1 I1~qigdey'ouize'.ta r~e "'i
0 % o 0 ff yur next Cla&~fid Ad.


O~range- Park, FL. 3...2073 .-A


,20


CLAY TODAY CLASSIFIEDS 904-269-2999 19 -FAX# 904-215-2456


Section B-13


October 13 2005


/





October 13, 2005


I EMP tYMEf t POTIHIT


Experienced
Frame Carpenters
Helpers and Subcrews
Need Immediately
Contact Daniel
449-2457
or Ron 445-8362
,: -U,_, 1414';


Wanted
Journeymen
Electricians
for Jax & Surrounding
Areas Company Located
in Middleburg.
Please Call Tom Powers
After 5 pm @ 654-6372
CES-0004-4105


Experience

Necessary

Call Ike @



CNA-32WK
Rate Negotiable. 11-7
shift. 1 yr exp as
caregiver. Ability to
work with elderly
residents with dementia.
Apply Penny Retirement
Community, 800-638-3138
Extension 114. Drug
Free Workplace and EOE,
,_CEs o10-3,70


PUBLICATION
DELIVERY DRIVERS
Must have iiinikaii or
covered pickup truck
& cell phone. Monday
& Friday Delivery.
Good Pay,
Call Julie 737-7327
PES-0015-4005



NOW TAKING
APPLICATIONS FOR
Foreman & Lawn Care
Personnel. Persons w/
Valid Driver's License
and Experience Need
Only Apply'.
904-272-3621 1


Motivated Sales Rep
For
Woman's Health Club
Commission Only
904-213-1630
LADIES ..#


FT CNA 40 Wk
Rate Negotiable.
Apply Penney
Retirement
Community.
904-284-8578
Drug Free
Work Place & EOE
SCES-0012-3605'


The Clay County
Salvation Army
lll is looking for a volunteer seasonal Red
Kettle Coordinator. This person can help
S.develop a list of potential sites, identify,
volunteer groups to ring the bells and a plan to structure think
seasonal campaign. Coordination of counting, collecting and
accounting of the coin and currency taken in at the Clay
County-Kettle sites. For more information on this' positiori.
please. call N\Maj.i Allen Phillips at 9ii4-2"6-6677.


For General Medical Transportation
Multiple Positi.ons. Must Have
Current CDL or Class D License.,
No Moving Violations within
3 years. Applicants Must Pass DOT
Physical/Eye/Exam?Drug Test
Requirements. Please
Apply at Clay County Council on
Aging, Inc. 604 Walnut Street, Green
Cove Springs, FL 32043 EOE/ADA

i[ay Countj Coun.l on M-912 _w.

i FT, M-F 8:30-5, Mandarin
Strong Multi-taslkmi Skills
inc. \\, Phone & Knowledge
of J,-t.\ Are.
Real Estate and.or NMilitar
Kno\\ cdge Helpful.
Salary $1S,INA I
Fax lpg Resume 645-7808


GS&S CONCRETE
SERVICE, INC
Experienced
Concrete Help With
Transportation
Pay Based on Exp.
904-382-5390
476-7597/622-8069
CES-O0141 S


Physician
Local outpatient
substance abuse treat-
ment provider is currently.
hiring. P/T contracted
position, 2 hrs per day
M-F. Exp in alcohol 'drug
addiction & kno\\ ledge of
opiate addiction lpref'd.
Fax resume to Nina @
904-346-0837.




TLC, INC
WE ARE
GROWING!
GREAT BENEFITS
CALL
904.771.8889
6655 BLENDING BLVD
EOE/DFWP


Carpenter, & Carpenter

Tools and
Transportation
Top Pay,
Clay County Area
Please Call
291-3020/838-0789


Need Part-Time
Dependable Indiidual For
Interior Decorating Studio



Responsibilities to include,
answering phones, updating trade
li hrr. placing orders, following
lp ,o ih thehe ernd..r helping with
projects, scheduling appuinmricnti,
presenrtritin planning, and compa-
n', markeri n. Individual must
h.a e po iti e ali;td- display.
profes~- iorilhs irJ d tic'iblir',
P(.. e C il .
284-8385 .


HEAVY EQUIPMENT
OPERATOR
TRAINING FOR EF.1PLCO'.'.1ENT




Bulldozer, Backhoes, Loaders,
Dump Trucks, Graders,
Scrapers, Excavators
Next Class- Oct. 24th
-National Certification
.-Financial Assistance
-Job Placement
-Train in Flordia
800-383-7364
Associated Training Services |
www.atsn-schools.com


KEYSTONE HEIGHTS "I
CORRESPONDENT NEEDED
Clay Today is searching for a correspondent to cover the
Keystone Heights area. This is a paid freelance position.
If you have some writing experience and live in southern
Clay County, please contact Managing Editor Greg Walsh at
(904) 264-3200 or send an e-mail to gwalsh@jcpgrbup.com

C lay Today E


Production
Machine Operator
& Cool001er Positions
For Milk Processing
Plant. All Shifts,
Applyat 4169 CR 15A
(Oakridge Ave, G.C.S.)
Improved Benefits
.,' .-DFWP


JOIN MANAGEMENT
TEAM OF
DIRECTOR AND
ANOTHER SUPERVISOR
SUPERVISORY/
LEAD COOK
EXPERIENCE REQUIRED

PENNEY RETIREMENT
COMMUNITY
800/638-3138
Ask for Annette.
Fax resume to:
904-284-8207
Drug-Free Workplace & EOE


Part Time

LPN & Caregiver to
Work in Small
Retirement Home.
Must be reliable.
Hours Negotiable.
Flexible Shifts
& Nights. I
904.272.2609

SUB CREWS
FRAMERS PLUNCHOlT
WALL BOARD
CARPENTERS *HELPERS
Needed Immediately
for Orange Park and Argle
area. Call days or eveningS.
904-298-1222 or
904-591-5593


No Experience Necessary
Will Train the Right
Person To Install
Hardwood &
Laminate Flooringl
Minimum S8/hr to Start
CallCurtis
904-866-7365


CONSTRUCTION
PERSONNEL



Pipelayes,
Excavator operators &
Loader operators.
Drug screen req.

JENSEH
CIVIL CONSTRUCTION .
9100 Philips Hwy.
EOE /f/dv -CE


Apt Mgr/Maint Tech
SNeeded or locate apt couple\
Benefits i'cl[idc rleit-tree .apt.
paid % ac. ick tinic & hi .da,,, s
\ill consider rM.o person team
oi indi dual NlMr needs office
skills. Maaint Tech should be
familiar ith all ph.ises of apt
rnIi jnd paint Mil resuine
or Itr of interest 1to0 "05
i So thsiide Bild. Jacksoni lle,
FL 32256.or fax to-
(904) 642-0972
| EOE

Full Time Lab Tech Needed
Night Shift
., Experience
a Plus
j4 -Great Benefits
-. Gustafson's Dairy
4169 CR 15-A i1pl0jigc Ave., G.C.S.)
Or Fax Resume to:
S904-284-5570 Attn Heidi


'CLAY TODAY CLASSIFIEDS'904-26972999 o FAX# 964215-24,56


Section B-14












EM LY ME I(JPOTTI T


NoriherIt Flri industrial
:COMMUNITY HOSPICE
HEALTHCARE : Immediate Open in
,PHui--bSIONALS : Green Cove Springs
To meet the growing needs of Randstad is
our agency and the communities recruiting for the
we serve, Community Hospice of
NE Florida seeks caring following positions.
individuals who are committed
to improving the quality of life for in G.C.S.:
our patients and families. We Entry Level and
Share now hiring for the following E
Career Opportunities:' : Experienced Welders
Primary Nurses for Homecare, : Experience Forklift
Gateway Operators
RNs, Pediatric Mechanics
RNs, Inpatient Nights Please call Karen
,'Social Workers, Inpatient or at Randstad for
Long Term Care more details.
Housekeeper phone:
Employees enjoy excellent 904.823.2102
benefits, free on-site education
& CEUs, compassionate team .. .. stad
environment, liberal PTO, I .randstadL
retirement plan and more. Please worksolutions-
fax resume to 904.596.6319 "
or apply online: www.us.randstad.comn
www.communityhospice.com "O
EOEODFP OE
ECESDF P 4105 CES-0003-4105


TO ADVERTISE


CALL 269-2999


FOR RATES


AND INFO.


Kindred Hospital Noi-th Florida
has an opening for a Full-Time
Floor Technician. Experience
required. Apply in person.
Kindred offers an excellent salary
& benefits package including life,
health & dental insurance,
401(k)-retirement plan, tuition
assistance and an opportunity
to grow with a leader in the
healthcare industry.

r Kindred Hospital
North Florida
801 Oak Street
Green Cove Springs, FL 32043
(904) 284-9230, Fax (904) 284-4376
Contact: Cind) McMahon ex\: .4029


SUCCESS. 'a

STARTS HERE!


Convergys Corporation delivers outsourced solutions to the world's leading
companies. We're a member of the S&P 500 and a Fortune Most Admired
Company. Join the global leader in customer care, human resources and
billing services today!


Immediate Openings
Customer Service Agents.
* Previous customer service and/or
call center experience preferred
* Health care or insurance experience a plus
*- Strong telephone & verbal communication skills
* Microsoft Office experience
* Mon-Fri 8am-8pm & Sat 8am-5pmn schedules


Can't attend? Apply online at:
www.convergys.greatjob.net
Media Code: C2T Job Code: JAB7-
Or call our recruiters at:
1-888-484-4473
Ask for ext: C2T-JAB7


Environme
Great Bene


I Casual
& Much
More!
El


CONVERGYS
Outthinling Outdoing '


Background screen, credit check. employee verification & drgscrSeering required. Convrsis aSil ofOE M/F/D/V.


Jobs Available

Granger Lumber

Job Line

9904-44- 254
CES-0006-3305
-.-


* CERTIFIED NURSING:
. ASSISTANTS
oTo meet the growing needs of
Sour agency and the communities
we serve. Community Hospice of
S NE Florida seeks caring.
individuals. We ere committed to
improving the quality of life for
our patients and families and
are now hiring
: CNAs- FT or PRN Shifts
Monday Friday, Days
: Must have 6 months CNA
exp., clean driving record
and current CNA license.

* Positions travel to homes or
LTC facilities. Coverage needed
* for various parts of Jacksonville.
S Yulee St Augustine and
"* -Orange Park.
S Please fax resume ,
to 904.596.6319 or
apply online:
Swww communityhospice com
EOE FM1" ~.


ADVERTISING
CAREER OPPORTUNITY
Join a staff of newspaper professionals at Clay Today. The candidate for this retail
display advertising position needs 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-
Jines 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
* SICK LEAVE PERSONAL TIME NO WEEKENDS COMMISSION
Please send resume and cover letter to:

Clay.Today
Attn: Jon Cantrell
1560-1 Kingsley Avenue Orange Park, Florida 32073
E.O.E. CES-0005-1705


Advertise your Employment ads
in Clay Today's Employment Spotlight!







Call 26 2999

Sfor more inf 1tion.
l : ,,f ., .' **Y.. .


IMMEDIATE CASH NOW!
Freedom Financial can give
you financial freedom. We pay,
Top $$$ for lawsuit, Lottery or
Structured settlement pay-
ments. Call us Toll-Free 1-888-
880-7920 cpf
LAWSUIT LOANS Cash Now
Before Your Lawsuit Settles.
Fast Approval. No Credit
Checks. $500-$50,000. Apply
by Phone. 1-866-709-1100
www.glofin.com cpf


LOANS BY PHONE.
$100-$1,000 Overnight.
No Credit Check! Bank Ac-
-count Required. Free Call!
1-888-350-3722
www.paychecktoday.com cpf
MONEY TO LOAN Got a job?
Get approved for a loan today!
From $10,000 and up. No credit
checks. Toll-Free, 1-866-399-
5788 cpf
NEED A LOAN? No credit? Bad
credit? Bankruptcy? Repo?


Foreclosed? Personal-Auto-
Consolidation Business Loans
Available. "Helping people
wlCredit Problems Since 1991."
800-654-1816 Financial Security
Specialists cpf
TOO MUCH DEBT? Don't
choose the wrong way out.
Our services have helped mil-
lions.. Stick to a plan, get out
of debt & save thousands. 1-
800-847-6192 CareOne Credit
Counseling. cpf


WORKING CAPITAL? Look-
ing to start your own busi-
ness? Turned down by the
bank? We can match you with
unlimited funding sources.
Easy Terms, Flexible Pay-
ments. $100K to $5 million.
954-394-5387 cpf
***$500-$50,000++ FREE
CASH GRANTS! 2005!
***Never Repay! Personal/Med-
ical Bills, School,
Business/Home. Almost Every-
one.Qualifies! First Come -First


Serve! Live Operators! 1-800-
681-5732, Extension 07 cpf


** ZERO DOWN ** Good/Bad
Credit Approve Almost Any-
one.. No / Low Fico Scores
Okay. Home Mortgage of
America Fort Myers 239-
425-2607; Tampa 813-661-
4662 Qualify On-jine:
www.hmoa.com cpf


100% HOME FINANCING! Re-
gardless of credit! All situations
considered! Purchase / Refi-
nance! Cash in 10 days! Great
Low Rates, Get Immediate Loan
Decisions. Free credit report!
Apply on-line at WestshoreMort-
gage.com, 813-854-2300, ext. 12
(Licensed Mortgage Broker)
cpf
DO YOU OWN A HOME? If so,
we can loan you at least $1 00K.
Bad Credit? OK. Fundable in 7
days. 888-695-7279 ext. 129


RN-fT, LTCF4
experience preferred.
S Rate Negotiabl. :
S enne, {Retirement :
* Community ,, Jainis D le.
(9o+) 2z5 -3 82./
]- iane Lutzen |.
(90+) 2+-8 578. |:
Drus F r \V..A .Flac & OE of
.000........000000****0
THE HASKELL CONIMP.N\
ROADWAY CONSTRUCTION
POSITIONS Jacksonville, FL
The Haskell Company Jax Utilities
Division is currently seeking
EQUIPMENT OPERATORS with
road construction experience or
MOTOR GRADER & DOZERS. a
minimum of 5 years experience is
required with the ability to produce
finished grading Complete Benefit
Packa,.es available are PiId Vacation
& Holiday\ 4-01K. Short and long
term ditabilirm insurance, Medical,
Den.al, Vision & Lite fInsurance,
along \ith numerous
other benefits available.
We are a Drug-Free Workplace and
pre-employment drug screening is
required as well as post-employment
random drug testing. EOE
Please Apply in Person or Fax to:
Jax Utilities Construction
5253 West 12th Street
Jacksonville, FL 32254
Phone (904) 357-4950
Fax 1904) 357-4977


Manufacturing
NOW HIRING!
Attention Green Cove
Springs Skilled
Workers! Vac-Con,
Inc., located in GCS is
seeking bright, career-
minded individuals
to start working
IMMEDIATELY!
WELDERS, MECHAN-
ICS, FABRICATORS,
INDUSTRIAL
PAINTERS, FORKLIFT
OPERATORS, WE
NEED YOU!
Experience preferred,
but consideration will
be given to entry level
candidates interested
in learning a trade.. We
offer fair wages, paid
training, and benefits
from DAY ONE!I
Interested in starting
a career with a
fast-growing company?.
Call Autumn Morris at
Vac-Con/Randstad
Inhouse Services at
904.284.1366
or fax resume,.
904.529.7947
today to schedule an
interview

ir randstad
work solutions
www.us.randstad.com,
EOE CES-0014-4105


CLAY TODAY CLASSIFIEDS 904-269-2999 FAX# 904-215-2456


Section B-15


October 13 2005







Section B-16 CLAY TODAY CLASSIFIEDS 904-269-2999 FAX# 904-215-2456 October 13, 2005
exp. Required. FT/PT! 1-800-


www.GetQuickFund.com cpf

MORTGAGE LATE?? Have an
Unwanted Home? In foreclo-
sure? Divorced? Estate Sale?
Vacant? No Equity? Ugly?
You get cash, All problems
solved. Guaranteed offer! We
care! (7-days/24 hrs) (888)
590-1935 (Joe). cpf.

$MORTGAGES QUICK CASH.
Fast closings, 1st and 2nd$'.
Good/Bad Credit. Self-em-
ployed?- No Income Verifica-
tion. Foreclosure, Bankruptcy
all OK. Mortgage Corp. Net-
work. Licensed Correspon-
dent Lender. Call
888-999-8744. www.my-
cashyes.com cpf
Tele-
communications
HOME PHONE DISCONNECT-
ED? Get Reconnected Fast! Or
Call Before Disconnection. From
$29.99/mo. No Deposit, No
Credit Check, Guaranteed Ap-
proval. 1-866-447-2489, Ameri-
can DialTone, Connecting
Customers Since 1999! Se
Habla Espanol cpf


Tele- MCleaning General
communications I I


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. Major credit cards ac-
cepted. Relocation Specialists.
(Lic. #MC299938) 1-800-941-
3767 cpf

Computers


PC Factor
Repair & Custom Build PCs
Microsoft Certified
904-449-5133
speed17f@aol.com


Anna's House Keeping, 4
Hours Regular Cleaning $64,
Mon-Fri, U Make List & Put
Us to Work! Since 1991
904-636-5755/
904-825-0666(St. Johns)

For Your Fall &*
Holidays to Come or Just for
that Everyday Cleaning
Weekly .Bi-Weekly
Monthly'
Rates Depend on Size of
Home! References Available
904-635-4676 Eileen








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


Show your Military 9D to receive

0 10% off all Classified Alds.


DRIVERS LCT WAHTS 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. LCTrans.porta-
tion.com cpf

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

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

HEAVY EQUIPMENT Operator'
Training. Bulldozers; Backhoes,
Loaders, Dump Trucks, Graders,
Scrapers, Excavators. Class:
10/24/05! National Certifica-
tion Financial Assistance Job
Placement. 800-383-7364, As-
sociated Training Services
www.atsn-schools.com cpf

HELP WANTED Earn Extra in-
come assembling CD cases
from Home. Start Immediate-'
ly No experience necessary.
1-800-294-3944 ext. 117
www.easywork-greatpay.com
,cpf

MOVIE EXTRAS, ACTORS &
MODELS! Make $75-$250/day.
All ages and faces wanted! No


exp. Required. FT/PT! 1-800-
644-8271 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

Now Hiring for 2005 Postal Posi-
tions $1'8.50-$59.00+/hr. Full
Benefits/Paid Training and Vaca-
tions No Experience Necessary
1-800-584-1775 Public An-
nouncement Reference #9601
cpf

Now Hiring for 2005 Postal Posi-
tions $18.50-$5900- hr Full
Benefits/Paid Training and Vaca-
tions No Experience Necessary:
1-800-895-5492 Public An-
nourcemerni Reference P9602 cpl

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

$$$$ Weekly eBay Resellers
Needed Come Work With Us
Online; Use Your Home Com-
puter. No Experience Re-
quired. Call 1-800-940-4943
Ext. 8171 cpf

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


General


$990.00 WEEKLY INCOME
mailing our'sales brochures
from home. Genuine opportuni-
ty. Supplies provided. No sell-
ing or advertising. Free,
postage. Call 1-775-996-1351
(24 hours) cpf .

1000 ENVELOPES = $8000 Ar
Home! Receive $8 per envelope
stuffed with sales mailenals
Free postage & supplies. Wrinen
guarantee' For Iree into Call 24
Hour Recording. 1-888-884-
-4-1405 cpf

$1,380 WEEKLY Stuffing En-
velopes No Exp Necessary!
$50 Cash Hiring Bonus" Guar-
anteed in Writing!!! Call 1-800-
8"13-2669' -pf

$1500 WEEKLY INCOME Now
Accepting Applications!
PT/FT No Experience Neces-
sary! $50 Cash Hiring Bonus
Guaranteed in Writing 1-888-
318-1638 ext. 101 www.US-
MailingGroup.com cpf

$1750 WEEKLY INCOME!! Na-
tionwide Company Now Hiring
Envelope Stuffers! Easy Work
From Home' Exciling Bonuses!
Written Guarantee! Free Infor-
mation! Call Now! 1-800-242-
0363 x4216 cpf

$2000 WEEKLY! Mailing 400
brochures! Free supplies &
postage! Start immediately. 1-
800-926-9954. Call now for free
information! opf


g f Tri-Count-

S Interior/ Pro-Painters
Exterior Prime: 341-0433
Faux
: Finishes Cell: 505-3901
*PressureAwk a .e
Washing FREet_ _



Wade K. Ray MCSE + 1
Microsoft System Engineer

PC FACTOR :::
par CU:-.m Buld FC ..

7S2 Hare.3,.:,,:,3 'rc.l,
Orange FPrk FL 32065 -
M/icrosoft FPone% 41-44-3 .5133 _
S E Email Speerd17F@,'a .:cm


Re-Roos & New Roif -
10% Off All Labor
CALL BRIAN Cell. 904-910-5960 Uc#(CCl326558/ Slie Certified


SEAMLE
GUTTERS .7
5" & 6"
30 Years Experience
All Work Done by
Owner. Free Estimates.-
Licensed/Insured
S 904-695-1065


Exec-U-Clean


\ i.- kl i
Bi- I ,k i tlU
BAl-uIki!j -"-

904-718-0024
904-718-0012


Still Time For Cihristmias
L1CUSTOMi EI H JlF. -IN Q EFYT

Entertainment Centers
CD & Tape Storage -
| Suspended Compartments
for Audio-Video Components

*Crown Molding -
Single or Multi-Piece
Chair Rail
II Mantles & Fireplace Surrounds
S* Offices
OVER 30 YiP. EXPERIENCE
Rick Williams (904) 880-1226
LICENSED AND INSURED 147784-0000-2


Tractor & Bush'
Hog Servicem

I I- I ,,, 1 I i ,


291-1763
HOME
838-8203 "
MOBILE [


ALLTYPE OF
HOME REPAIR
S Vinyl Sidirng
Drywall* Wood
Screen Room Repair
& Much More.
30 Years Experience
904-545-5650
Licensed/Insured





TRUCKING
SERVING CLAY' &
SURROUNDING COUNTIES
S.ND CL.M FILL
TOPSOIL SHOUTT
Call Ronnie Floyd
(904) 449-6362 ,


GARAGE DOOR

PROBLEMS?

,r ,,~* BROIN SPRL%.
PvELREPLACEMENT
Y% J j 0PENEFlNr.ALLED
S I D RpEPuRED

AF ESnLiNTTi IND

.24HOun
EWJGENT SE RVCE
NEW lNSrElLAriON'

,',_-,.1 U-,' '.,. I', OL t n e'ht'.' o
THE HAPPY
GARAGE
DOOR MIAN, INC.
C.ALL:705-1738






Gregory P. Greer, Owner


COMMERCIAL AND
RESIDENTIAL SERVICES
-We work while /
You rest,^
J, ^-^*


To Advertise On This Page,



Call 904-269-2999


CLAY TODAY CLASSIFIEDS 904-269-2999 FAX# 904-215-2456


October 13, 2005


Section B-16


- -- - - - - - - - - - -







October 13, 2005 CLAY TODAY CLASSIFIEDS 904-269-2999 FAX# 904-215-2456 Section B-17


Business Household Goods
Opportunities _____________

. Proven Christian Home Keystone Heights, Sleeper
Business. Many Have Made Sofa, TV's, Full bed, Twin Bed P
$100,000 The 1st yr. Luxury and More. 352-478-2355 Painting
Ronis Car. Free VacationsI Pressure Washinn v


Medical Ben. We Will Help
You be Successful. 777-6234

Work From Home
$Earn Executive Level Pay$
Call 800-664-4246
for a 2 Minute Message
About this Rewarding

ALL CASH BUSINESS! Local
Candy Vending Route! Unlim-
ited Earning Potential. In-
cludes 30 All Metal'Machines
with Candy, Lifetime Warranty.
$9,895. 1-800-704-5414 cpf

SIN INVERSION! Comienza Tu
Propio Negocio. Gana 48% y
Mas. Pide Catalogo Gratis.
1-877-426-2627 www.Colchas-
Intima.com 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#BO2000033 Call Us: We
Will Not Be Undersold! cpf

AMAZING BUSINESS To Slip
Proof Floors/Tubs/Showers
Commercial & Residential
Protected Territory Includes
Training High Income, Low
Overhead Turn Key Minimal
Investment www.slip-
proof.com 561-488-4098 cpf

Drink/Snack Vend Biz Great Lo-
cations 4 Sale $5495 1-866-
823-0223 AIN #B02410 cpf
***$50,000++ FREE CASH.
GRANTS! 2005! *** Avoid
Deadlines! Call Now! Person-
al/Medical Bills, School, New
Business/Home. Never Repay!
Almost Everyone Qualifies! Live
Operators! 1-800-274-5086, Ex-
tension 08 cpf

ASSEMBLE MAGNETS &
CRAFTS FROM HOME! Year-
round Work! Excellent Pay! No
Experience! Top US Company!
Glue Gun,- Painting, Clay & More!
Toll Free 1-866-844-5091 cpf

CLEANERS / LIMPIADORES
PT/FT Start Today Cleaning Of-
fices /Apartments / Hotels in
Your Area. Bilingual English /'
Espanol, Day / Night / Week-
ends, Flexible Hours, $14 per
Call. 1-877-832-5428 cpf -

COMPANY EXPANDING in your
area. $1380 Weekly Guaran-
teed. Work from home, No ex-
perience. 1-866-402-5889 cpf
Pets For Sale l


Coyote/Akita/Husky, Born
Aug. 8th. 5 Females/4 Males
Very Cute & Smart. $150.
573-2609/610-6480
Found, 2 Female Spitz Type
Dogs, White 904-282-9884

Free To a Good Homelyr Old
Female Cat & 6wk Old Male
Tuxedo Kittens
Very Cute and Healthy.
505-8790






Household Goods ]


Bed: King Size
Mattress Set, New in Plastic
Must Sell $175 -
904-484-6177
Brand Name Queen Set w/
Factory Warranty. New in
Plastic $119. Can Deliver
904-398-5200
Cream Leather Love.Seat,
End Tables, 4x4 Picture,
Southwest Design, Good
Condition $300 OBO
904-278-1802


Middleburg Factory Direct
Twin Set $89, Queen $169,
Full Set $139, King Set $199
Call A Mattress 904-282-1200
New Full Size Mattress Set
In Plastic w/ Full Factory
Warranty $99. Can Deliver
904-718-0617
Queen Size
Mattress Set
Still in Original Plastic
Must Sell 904-484-6177.
Sectional Sofa w/ Hide-a-bed
& Reclining, Dinette Set &
Other Household Items
904-233-3130

Cemetery Lots
Monuments

4 Plots in Jax Memory Gar-
dens, Near Fountain, Price
Negotiable, 904-260-3671

Miscellaneous V j


An Estate Bedding Sale
Twin $39, Full $59, Queen
$89, King $99. Middleburg
Call A Mattress 904-282-1200
Mattress Sets
Brand New in Plastic,
Queen $125, King $150
Memory Foam $340 484-6177
A+ POOL HEATERS FACTO-
RY DIRECT: Solar, Heat Pump
or Gas. Complete do-it-yourself
pool heater kits. Phone quotes,
installation available in most
areas. 1-800-796-0951
www.TheEnergySuperMarket.co
m Lic #CWC029795, Insured.
Dealer inquiries welcome. cpf

GENERATOR SILENT DIESEL,
5500 Watts, 10Ohp, sound proof
enclosure, electric start. Cost
$3,800, never used take $1,900.
Email: usuallyhomedays@hot-
mail.com I can forward pictures
and information. (Home/Cellular
is Toll Free) 1-877-525-8088
cpf

Jobsite Leftovers! (7) -
48"x100"x1/4" at $115.00 each;
(9) 72"x100"x1/4" at $165.00
each. Will deliver, can install.
Everything Must Go! Call Now!
1-888-306-9046 cpf

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

* MEMORY FOAM All Visco
New Orthopedic NASA Mat-
tresses, Warranty. Cost $1995,
sell, $399, Queen; $499, King.
All sizes available. Free Deliv-
ery! Tempur-Pedic Authorized
Dealer. Guaranteed Best
Price! Electric Adjustables for
Less! 1-866-476-0289, 813-
493-1222, 727-733-9334
www.mattressdr.com clif

METAL ROOFING: Save $$$
Buy Direct from Manufacturer.
Twenty (20) colors with all ac-
cessories in stock. Quick
Turnaround. Delivery avail-
able. Call Toll Free. 1-888-
393-0335 cpf

VINTAGECITYGUITARS.COM
Will Pay Cash for Old Fender,
Gibson, Martin Guitars, any Con-
dition, Buy/Sell/Trade!
Honest/Reliable www.Vin-
tageCityGuitars.com Toll Free 1-
800-574-6380 cpf

#1 STEEL BUILDING SOURCE
SINCE 1980! Call for Honesty
and Integrity! All Sizes! 1-888-
425-7755 cpf


WANTED: 20 HOMES To Show
Off Our New Lifetime Exterior
Paint. Call Now to See if Your
Home Qualifies 1-800-518-
5532, (Lic #CBC010111) cpf

Roofing


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

Tree Services V



BOB'S
STUMP GRINDING
AND TREE SERVICE
Tree Removal, Tree Trimming, Etc.
FREE ESTIMATES
Call 904-955-3074
Licensed & Insured. 8
Includes Workman's Compensation. .d
USNRETIRED j

MARSHALL HATCHER
LOGGING
WE BUY PINE,
CYPRESS & HARD WOOD
(904) 282-2034 OR
(877) 272-0623

Wallpapering


ResidentiallCommercial
FREE ESTIMATES
13 years experience
* All Work Guaranteed *
References, Insured
WALLPAPERING
904-282-4943
CLT-0058-2805

Landscaping
Lawn Care


STEVE'S
LAWN SERVICE
For Your Total Lawn Care!
Call Now for Your Regularly
Scheduled Lawn Care.
.*. Mowing .- Edging
*. Trimming +. Leaf Removal
+ Fertilizing -:. Misc. Work
RESIDENTIAL/ T COMMERCIAL.
FREE ESTIMATES


695-1412
CLT-0016-1204

Mow-No-More
Lawn Care Services
We Work While You Rest
Business & Residential
Senior Discounts Available
904-864-4706 Lic/Ins

Miscellaneous j



Happy Garage Door Man
Your Garage Door Needs
Broken Springs, Panel
Replacements, Openers
Installed & Repaired,
24 Hour Emergency Service,
New Installations
904-705-1738
Still in Time for Christmas
Custom Built-In Cabinetry
Entertainment Centers
Suspended Compartments
-:. Crown Molding
*Chair Rail
-* Mantles & Fireplaces
Over 30 Years Experience
904-880-1226 Lic/Ins


LIST YOUR
APTS. FOR RENT!
26S-2999


N larch


For more information about Prematurity
Awareness'Qay.activities on the First Coast
contact the March of Dimes at 904-398-2821


Apartments Rooms To Rent
For Rent R T V|

GOVERNOR SPRINGS Seeking Mature Christian
Lady to Share Home in
APARTMENTS Fleming Island Area, Non-
._ Smoker 502-2966/629-5054


BATHTUB REFINISHING .. .
Renew / Change Color. Tub,
Tile, Sink & Chip Repair. Com-
mercial & Residential. 5yrs.
Warranty. Quick Response, In-
sured. Serving Florida Over
10 Oyrs. "Florida's Tub Doctor."
1-888-686-9005 cpf






Townhouses &
Condos For Rent 'V -

Lg 2br/2ba, CH/A, Fenced
Back Yard, New Paint, Pets
Ok w/ Dep, Near NAS,
$900/mo+ $500/dep 334-4941
OP 2/2 Condo, Clean, Excel-
lent Condition, Great for Sen-
iors, $750/mo Garbage & '.
Lawn Ser Inc.. 904-278-0811
2939 Lakeside Villa Dr

2br/1.5ba, O.P, Old Concord
Village, Pool & Clubhouse in
Complex, $750/mo + $400/dp
Near School, Rent Inc Utilities
904-264-8425/904-264-4715
3br/2.5ba, Two Story Condo,
Oakleaf Plantation, No Pets,
1550 Sq. Ft. $1195/mo
904-282-9550
3br/2ba Condo off 2nd Tee,
Pool Table Inc, 1500 Sq. Ft.,
417 Sq. Ft. Porch & Wet Bar
$1195/mo + 495/dep
904-291-3649/904-307-3674
Apartments I
For Rent


CLAY SPRING$ APARTMENTs
A CREAT PLACE TO LIVE' I 3
BD ,-, -,ir i-,i,-M H.: ACCESSIBLE
S- T.- :;'IT f lITAL ASSI5-
TANCE MAY BE AVAILABLE. HUD
VOUCHERS ACCEPTED.
CALL 904-284-5159 TD D/TTY711
101 JOEY DRIVE, rCCS, FL.
EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY

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


Green Cove Spnings
Now Accepting Applications.
Rent based on income.
2 and 3 Bedrooms
SCentral Heat & Air
Kitchen Appliances
Carpet
Call 904-284-7751
SMonday-Friday
1g 9:00 a.m. to
*-CS =2W 5:00 p.m. .


"GREEN COVE SPRINGS
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. M

CLT-00340305

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:
TTD [800] 955-8770
([04] 272-1448
Monday-Friday 10am-5pm
Equal Housing Opportunity


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

DIAMOND TIMBER, INC.

"For a Quality Cut"

Call: Kent Williams


904-282-5552


During November -
Prematurity Awareness Month-
or anytime:
wear pink & blue
send letters and e-mails
share your story
* give out awareness wrist bands


Homes For Rent


For Rent 3BD/1BA Large
Fenced Backyard, Close to
Schools. $900Mo/$900 Dep.
608 West ST, GCS 626-5428

G.C.S 2br/1 ba, Clean, CH/A,
Washer/Dryer Hookup, Close
to Court House & Walnut St
$600-$700/mo Based on
Lease + $600/dep 284-0601

OP 3/2 Sm Fenced Yd, FP,
-Inside Laundry, Tile, X-Clean,
1200sf. $850Mo/$850Dep.
904-994-9007
2br/lba, Kingsley Lake,
CH/A, Nice Beach.+ Boat
Ramp $800/mo
904-710-3021

Office Y
Retail Space

(2) New 1200 Sq. Ft., Office
Resiiii LUri: on US 17, G.C.S,
BB4 ,1400l'rr, 9.40-673-4019

Mobile Homes
For Rent Wj

For Rent 2003 2BD 2BA on 1
Acre w/ Shed Near 220 & -
Brannonfield. W/D hookup.
$700Mo, 1st/Last Dep.
904-406-0666


Section B-17


October 13,2005 '


CLAY TODAY CLASSIFIEDS 904-269-2999 -- FAX# 904-215-2456








section B-18


CLAY TODAY CLASSIFIEDS 904-269-2999 FAX# 904-215-2456


October 13, 2005


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

264379 This home features 3/2,
new roof, new siding, just painted,
all appliances stay, above ground
pool, sunken living roo, French
doors in dining room, split bed-
rooms. Way above average.
Call Debi Langston@278-3318

262336 Doctors Lake Area!! This
home features 3 bedroom 2 baths,
newly remodeled kitchen with refin-
ished cabinets and solid surface
counter tops, hardwood floors in
dining room, tile kitchen, baths and
foyer, new carpet and freshly paint-
ed, great room has wonderful stone
fireplace, large fenced yard with
room for RV/Boat.
Call Gary Akins@278-3322
$241,900

259236 Well maintained home,
immaculately kept yard! This 3/2
home features, brick front & vinyl
siding,.ceramic tile in bathrooms &
foyer, back porch enclosed, hurri-
cane shutter on all windows.
Call Darlene Rapoza@
278-3334 $155,000

261654 Spacious 4/2 on well
manicured comer lot. Large family
room w/tiled wood burning fire-
place that can be converted to gas,
large bonus or .4th bedroom
upstairs, large fenced back yard.
Call Maureen HIarmon@
278-3319 $192,900

249973 Beautiful all .brick on
almost '/2 acre on Fl O-.,-..., ia,'d
Large backyard big enough for a
pool, or just for entertaining. A one
owner, lovingly maintained home.
Call Patricia Sherman@-
278-3332 $219,847

256513 Former builder's model
w/great curb appeal, beautiful brick
front w/cedar siding,- new roof in
2005, cul-de-sac .. la.-d:.:opJ
yard & room for a pool, tile entry
16x12 dining w/dental crown
moulding & chair rail, this 3/2.
home is a rri'.'- I .
Call Karen Wentz@278-3325
$194,900

257982 Nestled under the trees,
this 3/2 home offers large bed-
rooms, formal dining, cooktop
island in kitchen with built in, great-
room, fireplace and inground pool.
Call Linda Story@278-3337
$249,900

259777 Wonderful home in Eagle
Harbor! Home is ready for-you to
move in. This 4/3: home features;
split bedrooms, neutral colors,
newer carpet, 4 : cabinets, eat-in
.kitchen large master, tile fireplace-
w/tile,mitered window ini breakfast
room and French door to formal liv-
ing.orea.
Call Nancy Wentz@278-3316
$324,900

260066 Heavily wood, highly
sought after lot the backs to the
community amenities. This is a must
see and walk lot. H gh and dry
estate size lot.
Call Pebble Capes@278-3314
$160,000


U


MB, 2br/lba, New Paint, New
Carpet, 2.5 Acres, Screened
Porch, $600/mo, 1st & Last +
$300/Dep. For Spanish
863-805-8789, English
305-244-3871

Singlewide in Middleburg
3br/2ba, AC, On One Acre,
$550/mo + $300/dep
.Reference Req'd 276-1579

24X56 DW MH With House
Roof 3/2 Clay Cty Execellent
Condition. Buyer Move $5000.
904-627-6979

2br/2ba 16x80, 1230 Sq. Ft.,
Home, Deck on Back. 1 Acre
Fenced Lot 904-282-1617










Eagle Harbor Elegant
Home, Professionally Land-
scaped, Golf Course Location,
Stunning View, Perfect for
Entertaining, No Money Down
Free Recorded Message
866-833-4614 ID'# 2003-
Watson Realty Corp

Fleming Island Family
Home, Fireplace, Shaded
Backyard, Great Schools. No
Money Down, Free Recorded
Message 866-833-4614
ID #2010 Watson Realty Corp

.Orange Park / Fleming Is
HOMESELLERS, Find out
What the Home Down the
Street Sold for! Free Comput-
erized List of Area Home
Sales & Current.Listing. Free
Recorded Message. Toll Free
866-234-2607 ID # 2042
For More Free Reports
www.claycountyinf6.com
Watsonr Realty Corp


AUTO DONATIONS
Donate A Car Today To.
Help Children And Their
Families Suffering From
Cancer. Free Towing. Tax
Deductible.Children's
Cancer Fund Of
America, Inc.
www.ccfoa.ord 1-800-
469-8593
$1.000 GIFT DONATE
YOUR CAR
Free Fast Pick-Up Max
IRS Deduction.. -,.
KIDS-iN-CRISIS 1-888
HUG-KIDS (484-5437)
Se habla espanol .

BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES
Typists Needed! Get
Paid $300 Daily Typing!
Easy! Guaranteed
Paychecks. No
Experience Necessary.
Full Training Provided.
Immediate Openings
Now Available. Register
'Online Todayl
www.HomeTypers.com
$$EARN INSTANT:
CASH$$
Processing Simple E-
mails Online. Make
$25.00 Per E-Mail.
Guaranteed Paychecks!
Amazing Programs
Available! Partner Up
With Our Website Make
$59.60 Commission.
www.RealCashProaram
s.corn
***$5000.-$50,000++
FREE CASH GRANTS!
2005! NEVER REPAY!
Personal/Medical Bills,
School, Business/Home!
Approx. $49 billion left
unclaimed 2004! Live
Operators, CALL NOW!
1-800-681-5732
Extension 34

EMPLOYMENT
Movie Extras, Actors,
Models!
Make $100 $300/Day
No Exp. Req., FT/PTAII
Looks Neededl Call 1-
800-799-6151
*-$soo.-$100,000++
FREE CASH GRANTS
20051! NEVER REPAY!
Personal/Medical Bills,
School, Business-Home!
Live Operators, Almost -.


Sell Your House at a Fair
Price, on The Date of Your
Choice Without Doing Any
Repairs. 904-406-0136
Jaxpropertysolutions.com

5 Bedroom in Eagle Harbor
3325 Sq. Ft., HUGE Kitchen,
Oversized/Screened Lanai,
True E-House. Call Sara @
Vanguard Realty 716-0589

[Tkeshares "
ForSale \

TIMESHARE RESALES The
most effective way to Buy, Sell, or
Rent a Timeshare fastL Call now
toll free. 1-800-715-4693 ext
700 www.condotrader.com cpf

Mobile Hon.eg -;
ForSale V

Trailer for Sale in Trailer Park
3br/1 ba $500/dwn + $250/mo
+ Lot Rent.. No Pre-Qualifying
Necessary Owner Will
Finance 904-276-1856





Rent to Own 3br/2ba, Dou-
blewide, CH/A, on Lg 1 Acre,
Wooded Lot, Owner Finance,
Must Have Good Job & Credit,
904-284-5712


Magnolia IPoint Lot
87x155x97x155, Across from
1st Golf Green, $135K
Call Mark 904-591-5543

A FREE BROCHURE At West-
ern Carolina Real Estate, we
offer the best mountain proper-
ties in North Carolina. Homes
and Land Available. Call 1-800-
924-2635
WesternCarolinaRE.com cpf


Er r,.Kr,. au .5Ili, 5'
AVOIl UE A4LIJE1 '
'C'ALL lOWc I," -.:J'7
5,cE Eienh,;,r,r V

FINANCIAL,
.... $5,000-
$500,000++FREE
CASH GRANTS! 20051
tiE JEF ,HEPP."


"0.a 1 L-.E
Cp'C]','.;;'CALL jOW'
. r' J..: ',,

HELP WANTED
SECRET.SHOPPERS
NEEDED.
For Store Evaluations.
Get Paid to Shop. Local
Stores, Restaurants, &
Theaters. Training
Provided, Flexible
HoursEmail Required. 1-
800-585-9024 ext. 6262
$$$$$ Weekly eBay
SResellers Needed.

'. :r l ,[.,,l4 r I :,
Vi. J ir, U'

Experience Required.
Call Online Supplier 1-'
:0.0 ).. j ',j3 Ext. 1889

HOME
FURNISHING
GRANDFATHER
CLOCK Beautifully
Handcrafted by Holland
House. Solid Wood.
Stands over 7 feet tall.
New in box. With warran-
ty. Must sell. Can deliver.
$295 1-800-657-4157


Live Operators, Approx.
$.1 ,ilior. urncia,rr,,d
'' CALL iC'W I- .
600. 70.1213
Extension 31
Degrees Online irom
home 100'., Jo
Placement assistance.
CiT.r,,uwer sn, r;r,,r,,;.l
.j il Qu.ali.ry C5I lioll ir-e
r.6 i6- -" ':",I
www.c.nhineldewa-

VIAGRA" Pro;.:rc.,,-,r,
Strength Alternative (30.
blue Its? 10n-m. T89 951
'1, y Fre: r,.,,C..- ree,e.,
NEE Sr.,,:,a:,,-.. 1-8l-88-
527-0870 Ext. NN2
usaveonpills.com

MISCELLANEOUS
FOR SALE
DIRECT 4 ROOM SYS-
TEM INSTALLED FREE.
Ask How to get FREE
DIRECT DVR. NFL
Sunday Ticket. Disable

www aiellile-connec.
tion.corn
REAL ESTATE
TIME SHARE
RESALES **SAVE 60-
'80% OFF RETAILII
BEST RESORTS & SEA-
.SONS. Call for FREE
CATALOG! 1-800-639-
5319, www.holidav-
aroup.com/flier

SPAS/HOT TUBS
New 7 person spa,
loaded., $96/mth Thru


Home Depot. Cover,-
LOTITERIES warranty. Can Delivery.
866-776-0999
$$$Get your CASH
NOW$$ As seen on TV. STEEL"
We pay the most for
future payments from BUILDINGS
lawsuits, annuities, lotter- 3 STEEL BLDGS.
ies. Call Prosperity HUGE SAVINGSI 40x40
Partners to cash in. sell $7,987. 50x60 sell
800-373-1353 $11,903. 60x120 sell
www.ooicash.com $26,911. 1Derek 1-800-
205-4319
MISCELLANEOUS
ALL STEEL BUILDINGS
"$5,000- CLEARANCE! 24x30
$500,000-++FREE CASH $3,190. 30x38 $4,990.
GRANTS! 2005! NEVER 40x56 $6,880. 50x120
REPAY! $11,900. Must Selli Call
Personal/Medical Bills, for availability. Allen
School, Business/Home! 1-800-863-6401


AAH! COOL MOUNTAIN
BREEZES Murphy, North Car-
olina Affordable Homes &
Mountain Cabins Land, River,
Mountains, Streams Call for
Free Brochure 1-877-837-2288
Exit Realty Mountain View
Properties
www.exitmurphy.com cpf

ANGELO BUYS HOUSES
Cash any condition. Handy-
man, fire damaged, distressed,
vacant or occupied. Anywhere
in FL! Apts / Comm., residen-
tial. No deal too big or small.
Quick closing. 1-800-SELL-
181 or 1-954-816-4363 cpf

BANK FORECLOSURES!
Homes from $10,000! 1-3 bed-
room available! HUD,.Repos,
REO, etc. These homes must
sell! For listings Call 1-800-725-
0175 ext H323 cpf

CABINS, LOTS; LAKEFRONT
mountain views, Forest Service
frontage, Blue Ridge, GA has it
all. Please call toll free... 1-
888-802-4201 ...,.ID#0000,
Mountain Investments of North
-Georgia for recorded message.
cpf .

CAROLINA LAND! Rolling hills,
starry nights. No Hurricanes! 20
acres, pond, $89K. Also, com-
merciallybzoned 5.6 acres near I-
85, all utilities onsite, $299K.
Great Investment. Call/email for
pictures:
owner@newbranch.com 919-
693-8984. cpf

CENTRAL GEORGIA, 660+
acres of mixed hardwood &
pines, creek. Perfect for hunting-
& recreation. County Rd. ac-
cess. Wilcox County Near
Macon. $2000/ac. 912-996-
3232 cpf

CITRUS SPRINGS 1/4 Acre
Builders Lots from $23,000.
Silver Springs Shores 1/4 Acre
Builders Lots from $21.000.
Ask for Dean at 954-471-7248
or Dave at 954-328-1010 cpt

Come To The Beautiful Moun-
tains of Murphy, N.C. Free-
Brochure Investors Realty 1-
800-497-3334 Email: in-
vestorsrlt@brmemc.net: New
Log Cabins w/land From
$139,900. 1 Acre View Lots ,
W/all Utilities From $27,900
Vacation Rentals www.in-
vestorsrealtyinc.com cpf

FLAGLER ESTATES 1+ Acres
Builders Lots from $33,000..
Call 954-588-1061 cpf

Florida Building Lots Starting at
$24,900 In Fast Growing Areas.
Great Investment Opportunity.
Visit our Web Site for Pictures,
Maps; Sizes & Prices. Flori-
daLotsUSA.com or 877-983-
6600 cpf

FORECLOSED HOMES $0 or
Low Down! HUD, VA, FHA. No
Credit OK' For Listings, 1-800-


CARS FOR SALE
$500 Police Impounds, Cars from
$5001 Tax Repos, -US Marshall Sales.
Cars, Trucks, SUV's, Toyotas,
Hondas, Chevy's and more. For
Listings Call 1-800-819-9515 ext.C311

HELP WANTED
Now Hiring for 2005 Postal
Positions $18.50 $59.00 +/hr. Full
Benefits/Paid Training and Vacations
No Experience -Necessary
1-800-584-1775 Public Announcement
Reference # 4201
Now Hiring for 2005 Postal -
Positions $18.50 $59.00 +/hr. Full
Benefits/Paid Training and Vacations
No Experience Necessary 1-800-895-


501-1777 Ext. 1618 cpf-


GEORGIA- BULLOCH COUN-
TY, 6.25 Acres to 32.5 Acres
Lots for sale. Plantation Prop-
erties & Land Investments.
912-764-4462 or Call 912-764-
5263 www.galandbrokers.com
cpf

GEORGIA TAYLOR/SCHLEY
CO. 465 Acres $1,495/Ac.
Private, creeks, several hard-
wood bottoms, pond sites,
planted pines. Will not divide.
404-362-8244 St. Regis Paper
Co., LLC cpf

GEORGIA 327 heavily wood-
ed acres with creek, in Hous-
ton County Ga., 5 miles off
interstate 75, 2-fishing ponds,
1-duck pond, small cabin,
$3500/acre 478-923-5642
Mon-Fri cpf

GOV'T FORECLOSED HOMES!
$0 low down! Tax repos and
bankruptcies! HUD, VA, FHA.
Low or no down! No credit
OK! For Listings, 1-800-528-
7857 Ext. 0002 cpf

GOV'T HOMES! $0 Down!
Bank Repos & Foreclosures!
No Credit OK! $0/Low Down!
Call For Listings! 1-800-728-
6759 Ext. 0004 epf

GOV'T HOMES! $0 Down! Tax
Repos & Foreclosures! No
Credit OK! $0/Low Down! Call
For Listings! 1-800-728-6781
Ext. 0005 cpf

GRAND OPENING SALE! Lake
,,Bargains! Water access from
$34,900 w/ Free Boat Slips. Pay
No Closing Costs! Sat & Sun
Oct. 15 &_16. Huge pre-con-
struction savings on beautifully
wooded parcels at 34,000 acre,
lake in Tennessee. Enjoy unlim-
ited water recreation. Surround-
ed by state forest. Lakefront
available. Excellent financing'
Call now 1-800-704-3154 x659
cpt

HUNDREDS OF LOTS Port St.
Lucie, Indian Lakes, Vero,
North Port Charlotte, Ocala &
Palm Bay New Areas Ten-
nessee & Arkansas Prima
Properties 561-575-1440
Check our web site for prices,
sizes & maps. prima-proper-
ties.com cpf

LAKE OKEECHOBEE WATER-
FRONT 1.84ac zoned commer-
cial $600,000; 20ac $960,000
Divisible 5ac parcels.
$48,000/ac; 35ac Airstrip /
house I hangers / tennis court
$2,600,000. Divisible 5ac
$70,000/ac. 561-718-7162 cpf

,LAKE WALES Florida's Heart-
land. Affordable new & used 55+
manufactured home community.
Oversized homesites w/beautiful
scenery. Friendly community,
amenities, & activities. Bruce
863-537-1625 www.Or-
angeAcres.com Email


To inquire about placing an ad int
this section, call 269-2999.

GOVERNMENT NANijI AD PROGRM,


5492 Public Announcement .
Reference # 4202 -
"AWESOME CAREER" Government
Postal Jobs! $17.80 io $59.00 hour
Entry Level, No Experience Required /
NOW HIRING Green Card O.K. Call
1-866-224-3100 ext. 72
FEDERAL EMPLOYMENT-
$12-$48/hr Paid Training, full benefits.
Call forinformation on current hiring
positions in Homeland Security,
Clerical and professional positions.
1-800-320-9353 x2200

HOME RENTALS
$0 DOWN HOMES NO RENT NO
CREDIT OK! GOVERNMENT FORE-
CLOSED HOMES! Low/$SO Down Call
C.R.N. Now! 1-800-446-0873 ex0001


C588@Clayton.net cpf

LAND WANTED We buy or sell
Acreage & Raw Land. 1-1000
Acres. Quick Closings. Call for
Details. 772-332-7393. Jacob-
son Realty cpf

MURPHY, NC: 2BR/2BA Chalets
starting at $139,900, also
2BR/2BA Single level log sided
starting at $133.000. ,Pre-Con-
structioon- now taking reserva-
tions. Century 21 (Foxfire Realty
Group), 1-877-387-6677,
www.C21 Foxfire.com cpf

N GA. MTNS CABIN built in-.
2002 2BR/2BA, decks,
screened porch, 3 car garage,
pond, private setting, lots of
trees. MLS116229 $253,900.
Anne Williamson Coldwell
Banker High Country Realty An-
necb@tds.net; 1-877-871-5160;
1-706-633-9847 cpf -

NO RENT! $0 Down! No Credit
OK! Government Foreclosed
Homes! $0/Low Down' Call For
Listings! 1-800-728-6753 Ext.
0003 cpf

NORTH GEORGIA Imagine!
The Most Spectacular Views.
Lakes, golf, marina, Nantahala
Forest, Land/ Cabin kit packages
$99,900. Limited Availability. 1-
.888-389-3504 ext.:306 cpf

SELL YOUR PROPERTY For
Market Value in 10 days. Any
Type Any Condition Any Area.
772-332-7393 cpl

Serene Mountain Golf Homesite
$342/month. Upscale golf com-.
munity set amid Dye designed 18~
hole course in Carolina Moun-
tains. Breathtaking views. Near
Asheville, NC. A sanctioned Golf
Digest Teaching Facility! Call
toll-free 1-866-334-3253 x 975.
www.cherokeevalleysc.com.
Price- $69.900. 10% rJown, bal-
ance financed at 4.49% fixed, 24
month balloon; OAC. cpf

TIMESHARE RESALES Sell
today for Cash! No commissions
or broker fees. Don't delay Go
to www.sellatimeshare.com or
Call 1-800-640-6886. cpf

WE NEED LAND! Lots,
acreage, zoned, and unzoned
land. Cash out today or build
long term income. You
choose! Call us today!!! 1-
800-735-5181; 954-448-5154
Angelo; 954-816-4363 Gene.
Call us anytime. cpf

Whitewater Living in The Ten-
nessee Smokies Gated Water-
front Community Fall Foliage
Sale Starting low as $46,900
(Limited Lots Available) River-
front & Mountain Views Call
Now No Closing Costs* Buy
direct from the developer &
Save Thousands 1-800-559-
3095 ext 135 www.river-
credtllc.com *Some
restrictions, apply cpf

$0 DOWN HOMES Gov't &
Bank Foreclosures! HUD, VA,
FHA. $0 to Low Down! No
Credit OK! For Listings, 800-
501-1777 x1601 cpf




Sell Your House at a Fair
Price, on The Date of Your
Choice Without Doing Any
Repairs. 904-406-0136
Jaxpropertysolutiohs.com



0i)'-Ui'-
W A.,Y11M10 ItV 1111


'94 Mazda MX6
V6, AT, AC, PW, PL, Tilt, Cruise,
Leather, Alloys, AM/FM, CD,
Sunroof, XClean
$2695 CASH Call 398-5525


To inquire about placing an ad
in this section, call 269-2999.


*111 rci -1







4701 Hwy. 17 S. Suite. 1107
oo
t-' Cl 0
Orange Park, FL 32003
2 _7
6979707,
I MT-005&417







October 13. 2005


CLAY TODAY CLASSIFIEDS 904-269-2999 FAX# 904-215-24565.


Section B-19


'93 Chevy Cavalier
5 Spd, Runs Strong, Gas Saver!!
$800 CASH Call 398-5525


'97 Chevy Cavalier
AT, AC, AM/FM, CD
$800 DOWN Call 398-5525'

'97 Saturn SL.1
5 Spd, AC, Alloys, AM/FM, Cass
$2695 CASH Call 398-5525

'97 Nissan Altima GXE
AT, AC, PW, PL, Tilt, Cruise, Al-
loys, AM/FM, CD -
$2785 CASH Call 398-5525

'96 Mitsubishi Galant S
AT, AC, PW, PL, Tilt, Cruise,
AM/FM, CD
$2395 CASH Call 398-5525

'88 Toyota Celica GT
AT, Sunroof, "Weekend Special"
Runs Good!
$1350 CASH Call 398-5525

'88 Ford F-150
V6
$1600 CASH Call 398-5525

'90 Ford Bronco II
Automatic
$1250 CASH Call 398-5525

'96 Plymouth Neon
Automatic
$1485 CASH Call 398-5525

'91 Porintiac Grand AM
AT, AC
$1125 CASH Call 398-5525

'91 Ford Aerostar
6 Cylinder
$900 CASH Call 398-5525

'02 Toyota Corolla LE_
Power Pkg, AT, AC, 9000 Mi
$11,995 Call 1-800-686-7058


'97 Toyota 4 Runner
Loaded! Clean, Nicest In Jax!
#4335B
$7,995 Call 1-800-686-7058

'01 Ford Explorer
Extra Clean, Like New, #4628A
$8,995 Call 1-800-686-7058

'01 Honda Civic LX -
AT, only 31k Mi, #52700A
Call 1-800-686-7058

'99 Nissan Pathfinder
Loaded, Low Miles
$9,995 Call 1-800-686-7058

'02 Lexus GS 300
Leather, Roof, Low Miles,
#52738A
$24,995 Call 1-800-686-7058

'04 Lexus RX-330
Leather, Loaded, #4686A
$26,995 Call 1-800-686-7058

'04 Lexus RX-330
Leather, Loaded, #4686A
$26,995 Call 1-800-686-7058

'02 Audi TT
LeMans Edition, Like New,
#4458A
$24,995 Call 1-800-686-7058

'04 Mitsubishi Galant ES
V6, Top Of The Line, #52659A
$18,995 Call 1-800-686-7058

'04 Ford Mustang GT
40th Anniversary, Only 22k Mi,
#4654B
$18,995 Call 1-800-686-7058


01-'02 Volvos S40-S60
6 to choose!! Starting at
$13,995 Call 1-800-686-7058

'02 Lexus ES 300
34k Mi, Leather, Woodgrain, Low
Miles
$25,995 Call 1-800-686-7058

'02 Mercedes ML500
Like New, Low Miles, #52786A
$27,995 Call 1-800-686-7058

'03 Honda Pilot EX
Low Miles, Leather, #52642B
$24,995 Call 3-8006864058. -


'05 Toyota Ray 4
Low Miles, Ready for the Road,
#52626A
$17,995 Call 1-800-686-7058

'03 Ford Expedition XLT
3rd Seat, Dual AC, Low Miles,
#4379A
$15,995 Call 1-800-686-7058

'03 Lexus LS 430
Low Miles, #52782A
Call 1-800-686-7058

'00 Nissan Maxima GLE
Leather, Only 32k Mi, #4289A
$14,995 Call 1-800-686-7058


'99 Infiniti Q-45 Touring
Only 59k Mi, #4734B
$15,995 Call 1-800-686-7058

'02 Mazda Millenia
Leather, Alloys, Only 32k Mi,
#52618A
$14,995 Call 1-800-686-7058

'02 Jeep Liberty Limited
Loaded, Leather, #4666A
$13,995 Call 1-800-686-7058

'02 Jeep Liberty Limited
Loaded, Leather, #4666A
$13,995 Call 1-800-686-7058

'02 Toyota Sienna
Low Miles, Loaded, #4769A
$15,995 Call 1-800-686-7058

'02 VW Beetle
AT, Lime Green, Only 34k Mi,
#52682A
$14,995 Call 1-800-686-7058


'01 Lexus IS300
Carbon Gray, Loaded, #52722A
$19,995 Call 1-800-686-7058

'01 Toyota Camry
Leather, Loaded, #4565A
$10,995 Call 1-800-686-7058

Boats


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


Has Been Used Very Little
and Has Been Very Well
Maintained. Lots of Extras,
Fish, Temp & Depth Finder,
GPS, Marine Radio, Slainless
Steel Disk Brakes-on Trailer,
Just to Name a Few.
Boat New With Out
Extras Cost $54K,
Buy it Today for $34,095
Sandy or Kathy 904-282-7643

"00 Regal 1800 LSR. Trailer.
& Mag Wheels, Volvo Penta.
Inboard/Outboard, 6 Cylinder,
Garage Kept, Brand New
Condition, Low Hours. All Fi-
ber Glass & Carpet, AM/FM
Cassette, Bow Rider, Bimini
Top & Cover $10,900 OBO
904-886-0094/904-333-0938


Console Bay Boat, 21 Ft.,
115 HP Yamaha wl Low
Hours. Always Kept Inside
Dry Rack Storage. Like
New. Bow Mounted
Minnkota Rip Tide Trolling
Motor, Depth Finder/ Fish
Finder, Aerated Live Well,
New Stainless Steel Prop.
Extra Rod Holders.
Call 904-910-1367
, ,Asking.$15,50 .


'89 2T Slickcraft Caoin
Cruiser, Low Time, 454 Chevy
SEngine, Recent Overhauled
out Drive with Soare Prop, 3
New Marine Batteries, New
, -Bilge, Pumps, New Head,
Standup Shower, Refrigera-
tor, New Bimini Top, 25 Knots
@ High Cruise $13,500 Firm
904-545-6497


$20004-$5000


'88 Ford F-150 Laria. 5.0
Automatic, 4 Wheel Drive,
Brush Guard, Camper Shell,
New Tires & Brakes, Great
For Hunting! Runs Great!
$2300 OBO
904-568-2053/904-213-1035
'95 Nissan Pathfinder, Cold
AC, Looks Great, Runs Great,
4x4, Hitch $3500 OBO, Great
for Family or 4-Wheeling
904-657-9585


'01 Toyota Camry LE, 83k
Miles, .100k Mile Toyota War-
ranty, Clean Car Fax, 2.2 L4
16V EFI Engine, Automatic,
CD Player, Power Windows/
Steering/Mirrors/Seats/Door
Locks, Tilt Wheel, Remote
Entry, Rear Spoiler, Private
Owner 904-994-7983


PW, PL, Auto, Sunroof,
Leather, Alloys, CD, Pioneer
Sound, Carbon Fiber Hood,
No Engine Mods, New Tires,
83k Miles, $6900 OBO
904-687-5195/904-910-1367 ,

Autos
j3zyr $10,000 .y

'94 Horse Trailer, New Tires
& Paint. Brakes & Lights
Work, Floor & Bumper pads
are in Great Shape, Escape
Door & Saddle Rack in Lower
Compartment $3500
904-272-7060

2000 VOLVO S80 Sedan.
Loaded wlEvery Option
.Available. CD and Tape
Deck. White w/Beige
Leather. 12,500.
Call 904.864.0998

Auto Services. l


AAA Rated Donation. Donate
Your Car, Boat, or Real Estate.
IRS Deductible. Free Pickup/Tow.
Any Model/Condition. Help Un-
derprivileged 'Children. OUT-
REACHCENTER.ORG
1-800-693-7911 cpf

DONATE YOUR VEHICLE to
the "Original!" 1-800-CHARITY
CARSI ** You May Receive Full
Fair Market Value Even w/the -
New Tax Laws! ** 100% Charity -
Not a Commercial Fundraiser *"
www.800charitycars.orga cpf


$500! POLICE IMPOUNDS!
Hondas, Chevys, Jeeps, Toyotas,
Nissans & more! 'Cars / Trucks /
SUVs from $500! For listings call
800-749-8116, Ext. 4854. cpf
t- r-. as : : : / i : < ., *


CLAY TODAY -


Rack Locations
-mi
Stop by any of these locations and

. pick up a copy of the Clay Today!

- LOCATION/ADDRESS CITY LOCATION/ADDRESS CITY -

" 1) JCP Group Office -1560 Kingsley Ave.OP. 94) Hess(#9372) -466 Blanding Blvd OP
- 2) Walgreen's 630 Blanding Blvd OP 95) Barnhill's Rest. 475 Blanding Blvd OP -
- 3) Food Lion -700-1 Blanding Blvd OP 96) Lil Cham Dit(10'-486 Blanding & -
- 4) Sprint(#6519)-804 Blanding & Cp Johnson OP Constirution OP
" 5) Publix (#277) 868 Blanding OP, 97) Golden Corral 582 Blanding Blvd OP'
6) Shell Station ,-890 Blanding & Ridgecrest OP 98j Hesst9575i 609 Blanding Blvd OP .
i 7) Eckerd's 906 Blanding Blvd OP 991 I l Cnamo 1,i. -102 Suzanne Dr.OP .
8) Albertson's (#4378) -950 Blanding Blvd OP 1001 22.J E .'ore:'Amrn.,* 11i6 College Dr OP
9) Woody's BBQ Rest.- 950 Blanding Blvd OP 101l College Dr POSt Offic 225 College DrOP -
1 10) McDonald's Rest. 1083 Blanding Blvd OP 102) Snack & Gas -'270 College Dr. OP -
- 11) Sprint(#6295) -1091 Blanding & Jefferson OP' 103) Lil Champ (#267) 338 College & -
- 12) BP Station -1102 Blanding & Jefferson OP Old Jennings OP -
m 13) Shell Station -1201 Blanding & 10.11 raterine's Food Store- 2590 CR 220 OP -
m Tanglewood OP 105) Hess.- 2225A CR 220 OP .
14) Lil Champ (#1168) 1312 Blanding & Oak OP 106) Foremost Liquors 2015 CR 2200DI
- 15) Walgreen's -1320 Blanding Blvd OP 107) Whitey's Fish Camp 2032 SR 220 D-I
i 16) Winn-Dixie (#8) -1339 Blanding OP 108). Food Lion -2570 SR 220 DI
- 17) Cheap Butts & Suds 20 Knight Boxx 109) Rich's BBQ Rest. 2574 SR 220 DI =
- Ste101OP -1101i printii,60J41-2584 SR 220 & College DI ,
- 18) Citgo -1.313 Blanding & Knight Boxx OP 1111 Snell St.3ton 3138 SR 220 MBG -
19) Sprint(#6065) 3895 Old Jennings 112) Sprint(#6234) 3137 SR 220 & 209 -
- & LongbayMBG .(Russell) MBG -
- 20) BP 2449 Blanding Blvd MBG 113) Winn-Dixie 2851 Henliv RO MB;C
i 211 MiioleDurg PO 2073 Palmetto St MBG 11Ji Spriinr.ti,12 .i- 23 16 Henleyv P LA i

_ 22) McDonald's Rest 2485 Blanding(21) MBG 115i Penney Farms P.O. -.4521 Lewis Ave PF
- 231 Lil Champ(#1172) 2468 Blanding(21) 116) Citgo 1963 Park Ave OP
- & Scenic MBG 117) Bono's BBQ--1177-9 Park Ave OP -
" 24) Texaco/Sunshine Food 2476 EBinairiqi?1 118) Rcetr.:i,v235i 151 ParkAveoP -
- MBG 119) cracker Barrel-4272 Eldridge Loop OP .
- 25) Exxon(Flash Foods) 4000 Everett Ave MBG 120) Holiday inn 100 Park Ave(17) OP m
" 26) S.P. Jr. Beverage 2562 Blanding(21) MBG 121) Chevron 206 Park Ave & Eldridge OP -
- 27) Merita Bread Store 2568 Blanding(21) 122) Shell(#1061) 340 Park & Wells OP
- MBG 123) McDonald's -428 Park Ave OP,
1 28) Publix- 2640 Blanding(21) MBG 124) Star's Food Store- 756 Park Ave OP -
i 29) Walgreen's 2675 Blanding Blvd MBG 125) Hess(#9381) -1346 Park Ave OP
. 30) Eckerds 2672 Blanding(21) MBG 126) Shell station 1408 Park Ave & Stiles OP ,
31) Sprint(#6122) 2682 Blanding(21) & 218 127) St. John's Seafood Rest. -1464 Park Ave. -
- MBG (17) OP .
- 32) Hardee's Rest 2730 Blanding(21) MBG 128) Winn-Dixie (#40) 1900-Park Ave OP .
1 33) Winn-Dixie (#93) 2720 Blanding MBG 129) Eckerd's -1952 Park Ave/Kingsley OP -
- 34) Sprint(#6286) 4486 SR218W & Mimosa MBG 130) Patti's Caf6 2134 Park Ave OP ..
- 35) Kangardo(#1297)-; 5105 SR218W & Mallard.MBG 131) H & H Discount Bev. 310 Milwaukee Ave..
= 36) Clay Hill Discount Bev. 5134 SR 218W MBG & 17 OP -
-i 37) Country Cabin BBQ-2216 S Mimosa &218 MBG 132). Gate Food Post (#1160)- 3210 Hwy 17 OP r
1 38) Lil Champ (#1198) 2816 Blanding(21). 133) Dry Clean City 3535-1 Hwy 17-0P 6 .
S& Pepp MBG 134) Sprint(#6078) 4305 Hwy 17 & Raggedy -
m 39) Smoker's Express(#6290) 3128 Pt. OP -
Blanding(21) & 215 MBG 1355 C3te Petroleum Co -l119e
S-40)'Strlkland's Mart-6023 Mingsley Lake Dr ST 5000 Hwy 17 P -
41) Sprinti(#6508) 6835 SR 21 & 352 KS 1361 PuoDI.Y, 5021 5000-11 US 17S DI OP
m 42) Keystone P.O. 110 NE Commercial KS- 137) S & S(BP) STORE -1595 Island Lane OP -
- 43) City Hall/Police Station 555 S. 138) KoKo's Rest -1560-14 Business Cntr Dr OP -
3awrercei2li KS .139) Vineyards Apts/Eagle Harbor -
Z 44) Nick's Kwik Stop 8800 .SR 21 KS 1717 CR 220 OP -
1 45) Melrose Cafd- 888 SR21 MEL 140) Walgreen's 1565 CR 220 OP -
* 46) Kangaroo(#1323) 205 SR21.KS 141) Eckerd'ss- 1551 CR 220 OP
- 47) Ace Hdwe. 251 E Walker & SR 100 KS 142) Winn-Dixie (#103) 1545 SR 220- DI OP -
- 48) Post Office 7921 SR 100- Lk Geneva KS 143) Fleming Is. P.O. 1880 East-West Pkwy OP -
- 49) Hitchcock's Supermarket 7380 SR 100W KS 144) Shell- 1531 CR 220 OP
- 50) McDonald's Rest. 7370 SR100 KS 145) Sprint(#6501) 6935 Hwy 17 -
- 51) Keystone Inn SR 100W KS & Hibernia Gcs
- 52)'BP- 242 SR 100 KS 146) Sprint/Quick Stop(#1228) 3075 Hwy 17
- 53) B & M Food Mart Beverage J27 SR 21 KS & Mahama BGCS ,
- 54. 0 P. Post Office 1335 Kingslev Ave OP 147) Studebaker's Citgo 3248 Hwy 17 GCS -
- 55) OP Medical Center 2001 KingSley Ave OP 1481)Hess -3254 Hwy 17 GCS ,-
* 56) Dunkin Donuts 373 Bianaing Elvd OP 149 Winn-D:.ie 1138) -3260 Hwy 17 GCS
57) Cate Food Post (111451 -277 Blanding OP 15d) Island Foods/Amoco(#109)- --
m 581 Roadhouse Sports Bar 231 Blanding Blv OP 3540 Hwy 17 GCS-
391 Sprinti#61983- 6621 Argyle Forest Blvd JAX 151) Food Lion 3540 Hwy 17 GCS
- 60) Argyle Bakery- 6625 Argyle Forest Blvd JAX 152) Food Lion 3540 Hwy 17 -
- 61) Winn-Dixie(#176) 8560 Argyle Forest Blvd JAX INSIDE STORE GCS -
- 62) Publix 9518 Argyle Forest Blvd JAX 153) Split-nz hair salon- 3287 hwy 17 GCS -
63) Food Garden OP Mall -1910 Wells Rd OP 154) Lil Champ (#13) 3541 Hwy 17 &.
- 64) Old Navy -OP Mall- 1910 Wells Rd OP Governors Ck GCS .
- 65) Sprint(#6100) -1690 Wells Rd & Debarry OP 155)McDonald's Rest -1165 N. Orange Ave GCS -
" 66) Food Lion 1670-103 Wells Rd OP 156) Courthouse.- 825 Orange(17) GCS -
67) Food Lion 1670-103 Wells Rd OP 157) Administration BIdg.-- 400 Houston St -
- 68) Exxon -1576 Wells Rd OP & 17 GCS '
-i 69) Annie K's 550 Wells Rd OP 158) Rich's 0BQ Rest. 505 N Orange(17) GCS ,"
- 70) Loop Rest.--550 Wells Rd OP 159) Valero Express Mart 201 Orange(17) GCS -

- 71) Steak & Shake -1681 Wells Rd OP 160) H & H Discount Bev. 100 orange Ave GCS -
-m 72) Hess(#9232) 7106 Blanding Blvd JAX 161)V & J Store -:526 N Orange(17) GCS "
i 73) Racetrac(#362) 7780 Blanding Blvd JAX 162) Huddle House Rest 618 N Orange(17) GCS i
- 74) Eckerds 7790 Blanding Blvd JAX 163)1Eckerd(#3102) 800 Orange Ave GCS -
- 75) Red Roof Inn 6099 Youngerman Cir JAX 164) Duval Fields Consulting 428 Walnut St GCS -
76) Publix(#649) 6001 Argyle Forest Blvd JAX 165) Green Cove Spgs. P.O.- 500 Palmer Ave GCS
- 77) Kangaroo(#6299) 8496 Blanding Blvd JAX 166) Senior Citizens Cntr 604 Walnut St. GCS .
- 78)-Walgreen's-42 Blanding Blvd OP 1671 Speedway -103 S0range(17) &
- 79) Sunny's Food Store- 158. Blanding Blvd OP ldlewild(16) GCS i
. 80) Cedar Foods -190 Arora Blvd OP 168) Kindred Hospital -l801 Oak St GCS -
9 81) FCE Shell 200 Blanding Blvd OP 169) Pon's Rest. -140 Hwy 17 GCS -
m 82) Krystal Rest. 208 Blanding Blvd OP 170) Hess -1010 SR 16 GCS -l
- 83) Winn-Dixie (#145) 248 Blanding OP 171) Jim's Disc. BevJShell 410 S Orange(17) GCS
84) Famous Amos Rest. 342 Blanding Blvd OP 172) Cousins Cafe 206 S Orange(17) GCS
85) Shell Station 364 Blanding Blvd OP 173) Mayhugh's Drug 204 S Orange(17) GCS i
i 86) McDonald's Rest. 372 Blanding Blvd OP 174) City Diner -1012 Idlewild Ave GCS i
87) Lil Champ (#16) -1890 Kingsley Ave OP 175) Lil Champ (#1170) -1300 Idlewild(16)
1 88) Chamber of Commerce -1734 Kingsley & West GCS -
Ave. OP 176) Sprint(#6502)- 1517 Idlewild(16) &
89) Grumpy's Rest.- 834 Kingsley Ave OP Oakridge GCS .
90) Larry's Giant Subs 562 Kingsley Ave OP 177) Island Foods/H. Howies -1604 Idlewild
91) Walgreen's 609 Kingsley Ave OP Ave. GCS .
m 92i Lil Champ (#548) 695 Kingsley & Dr. 178) Sprint(#6019) 2000 SR 16 & Randall GCS -
Lake OP 179) Mack's Grocery 6072 SR 17 S GCS ,
93) Publix (#668) 410 Blanding Blvd OP "

E Weekly Publication: New Issue every Thursday! E
SClay Today: 1560 Kingsley Ave. Suite 1, OP =
If you would like to sell copies of the Clay Today at your place of business please call -
i Leah Davis, Circulation Coordinator at the Clay Today Office, 264-3200 ext. 136.
"-l ; UpOSlfM4 i


4**4*


........ .. .








Section B-20


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


October 13, 2005


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTH JUDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT INLAND FOR CLAY COUN-
TY, FLORIDA, CASE NO: 05-CA-885-DIV. B
TARA K. MIDDLEBROOKS, f/k/a TARA K.
BURROW, Plaintiff
vs.
LAKE NORMAN LAND TRUST, LLC, a Lim-
ited Liability Company, and any unknown
grantees, assignees, lienors, creditors,
trustees or other claimants claiming by,
through or under LAKE NORMAN LAND
TRUST, LLC, Defendants.
,NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: LAKE NORMAN LAND TRUST, LLC, a
Limited Liability Company, and any unknown
grantees, assignees, lienors, creditors,
trustees or other claimants claiming by,
through or under LAKE NORMAN LAND
TRUST, LLC
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:'
P.O. BOX 761
Cornelius, North Carolina 28031
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to quiet
title on the following property in Clay Coun-
ty, Florida:
LOT 4, OF PIEDMONT AT OAKLEAF
PLANTATION, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK
40, PAGE(S) 1-11, OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Parcel Identification Number: 04-04-25-
007867-020-04.
has been filed against Lake Norman Land
Trust, LLC, and you are required to serve a
copy of your written defenses, if any, to it on
B. Thomas Whitefield, Plaintiff's attorney,
whose address is Morford & Whitefield, P.A.,
4040 Woodcock Drive, Suite 202, Jack-
sonville, Florida 32207, on or before October
14, 2005 and file the original with the Clerk
of this court, either before service on Plain-
tiff's attorney or immediately thereafter; oth-
erwise a default will be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the complaint.
Dated September 9, 2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of County
and Circuit Courts, by: Amanda L. Ellison,
deputy clerk.
legal no. 7464 published September 22,
29, October 6 and 13, 2005 in Clay Coun-
ty's Clay Today newspaper.


NOTICE FACTION
BEFORE THE BOARD OF MEDICINE
IN RE: The License to practice medicine

JOHN F. MAYO, M.D.
3514 Citation Drive
Green Cove Springs, Florida 32043
AND
5720 Piper Glen Blvd.
Jacksonville, Florida 32240 -
CASE NO: 2004-39323
LICENSE NO: PA 2450
The Department of Health has filed an Ad-
ministrative Complaint against you, a copy of
which may be obtained by contacting J.
Blake Hunter, Assistant General Counsel,


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: September 19, 2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Circuit
Court, by: Cathy Page, deputy clerk.
legal no. 7502 published September 29,
and October 6, 13, and 20 2005 in Clay
County's Clay Today newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, CASE NO: DP-2004-
148, DIV. A
IN THE INTEREST OF A.S. (Child's Initial
Only)
A CHILD
SUMMONS AND NOTICE OF ACTION
BY PUBLICATION
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
TO:
MIGUEL SOTELO, Father
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 child who was born on September 1,
2004 at Jacksonville, Florida. You are here-
by commanded to appear'before the Honor-
able Judge William A. Wilkes, at the Clay
County Courthouse, Courtroom 4, 625 N.,
Orange Avenue, Green Cove Springs, Flori-
da at the hour of 10:00 a.m. o'clock on No-
vember 2, 2005 A.D. You must appear at the
hearing on the date and time specified.
FAILURE TO PERSONALLY APPEAR AT
THE THIS ADVISORY HEARING CONSTI-
TUTES CONSENT TO THE TERMINATION
OF PARENTAL RIGHTS TO THIS CHILD. IF
YOU FAILTO APPEAR ON THE DATE AND,
TIME SPECIFIED YOU MAY LOSE "LL
LEGAL RIGHTS TO THE CHILD NAMED IN
THE PETITION ATTACHED TO THIS NO-
TICE.
Individuals with disabilities needing a rea-
sonable accommodation to participate in this
proceeding should contact Margaret Jones,
as soon as possible, telephone (904) 529-
4789; or if hearing impaired, 1 -800-955-8771
(TDD); or 1-800-955-8770 (V) Florida Relay
Service.
WITNESS my hand as Clerk of said Court"
and the Seal thereof, this 23rd day of Sep-
tember, 2005.
(SEAL).JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of said Court,
by Jamie N. Phillips, deputy clerk.
Carol H. Yearwood, Esquire.
Florida Bar No. 362247 I
ATTORNEY FOR CWLS.
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN
AND FAMILIES
1726 Kingsley Ave., Suite 2
Jacksonville, Florida 32073
(904) 278-5644.
legal no. 7524 published Oci. 6. 13. 20
and 27. 2005 in Clay County s Clay Today
newspaper.


8771; IF YOU ARE VOICE IMPAIRED CALL:
1-800-955-8770.
Dated at Green'Cove Springs, Florida this
27th day of September.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Circuit
Court, Clay County, Florida, by: Holly Hurl-
burt, deputy clerk.
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF:
SHAPIRO & FISHMAN, LLP
Woodland Corporate Center
4505 Woodland Corp. Blvd.
Suite 100
Tampa, Florida 33614
(813) 880-8888
05-66627
legal no. 7526 published October 6 and
13, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, GENERALJURISDIC-
TION DIVISION, CASE NO: 2002-698-CA-
DIV. B
BA MORTGAGE, LLC, SUCCESSOR BY
MERGER TO NATIONSBANC MORTGAGE
CORPORATION, Plaintiff
vs.
MARTIN DEKUNFFY, IF LIVING, AND IF
DEAD, THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE, HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES,
LIENORS, CREDITORS, TRUSTEES AND
ALL OTHER PARTIES CLAIMING AN IN-
TEREST BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR
AGAINST MARTIN DEKUNFFY; MARY E.B.
DEKUNFFY, IF LIVING, AND IF DEAD, THE
UNKNOWN SPOUSE, HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, LIENORS,
CREDITORS, TRUSTEES AND- ALL
OTHER PARTIES CLAIMING AN INTER-
EST BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST
MARY E.B. DEKUNFFY; MERCHANTS
AND. SOUTHERN BANK; JOHN DOE AND
JANE DOE AS UNKNOWN TENANTS IN
POSSESSION, Defendant(s)
RE-NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE is hereby given pursuant to an
Order Granting the Motion to. Reset Foreclo-
sure Sale dated September 26, 2005.en-
tered in Civil Case No.. 2002-698-CA-DIV. B
of the Circuit Court of the 4th Judicial Circuit
in and for Clay County, Green Cove .Springs,
Florida, I will sell to the highest and best bid-
der for cash at front steps of the Clay Coun-
ty Courthouse, 825 North Orange Avenue,
Green Cove Springs, Florida, AT 10:00 A.M.
ON THE 26TH DAY OF OCTOBER, 2005
-the following described property as set forth
in said Summary Final Judgment, to-wit:'
LOT 5, BLOCK 9, BELLAIR WEST, AC-
CORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF AS
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 8, PAGE 32,
33, AND 34 OF THE CURRENT PUBLIC
RECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Dated this 28th day of September, 2005.
.(SEAL) JAMES B. JETti Clerk of the Circuit.
Court, by: Amie Herrera, deputy clerk.
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICANS
WITH DISABILITIES ACT, persons with dis-
abilities needing a special accommodation
should contact Court Administration, at the
Clay County Courthouse at 904-630-2564,-
1-800-955-8771 .(TDD) or 1-800-955-8770,
via Florida Relay Service.
DAVID J. STERN, PA.
801 S. University Drive Suite 500.
Plantation, FL 33324


Prosecution Services Unit, 4052 Bald Cy- IN THE CIRCUIT OF THE 4TH JUDICIAL (954) 233-8000
press Way, Bin #C65, Tallahassee Florida CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR CLAY I-.96.0 iI-.T)
32399-3265, (850) 414-8126. COUNTY, CASE #: 05-CA-310, DIV. !B legal no. 7528 published October 6 and
If no contact has been made by you con- WASHINGTON MUTUAL BANK, F.A. SUC- 13, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
cerning the above by November 3,2005, the CESSOR IN INTEREST TO HOMESIDE newspaper. .
matter of the Administrative Complaint will be LENDING, it jC Plaintiff
presented at an ensuing meeting of the vs.
B..d .:.- .UJ...n w, ,r, in,-,ri,,,r.,ma ~.':ee. JO A. JOHNSON; CHRISTOPHER MC- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHE4TH JU-
Irn, .:,:.:.,r,, e ...r, ine ,,r,,:.r,- .,.-ir, ,.. CAULEY; JP MORGANICHASE BANK, NA- DICIAL CIRCUIT,. IN AND FOR .CLAY
abilities Act, persons needing a special ac- TIONAL ASSOCIATION F/K/A JP MORGAN COUNTY, FLORIDA, GEr iER4L .lUFIL.-'I)C-
commodation to participate in this CHASE BANK AS TRUSTEE; UNKNOWN TION DIVISION, CASE NO: 05-CA-796-DIV.
proceeding should :.nia.:rr i r,.,,-,D, ,a.uil or PARTIES IN POSSESSION #1; UNKNOWN E
agency sending this, notice not later than PARTIES IN POSSESSION #2; IF LIVING, CITIBANK, N.A., AS TRUSTEE UNDER
seven days prior to the proceeding at the AND ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING THE POOLING AND SERVICING AGREE-,
address given on the notice. Telephone: BY, THROUGH, UNDER AND AGAINST -MENT DATED AS OF NOVEMBER 30,
(850) 414-8126, 1-800-955-8771 (TDD) or 1- THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANT(S) 2001, SERIES 2001-1, Plaintiff
800-955-e--,, i --, Florida Relay Service. WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR vs.
legal no. 7488 published September 29,. ALIVE, WHETHER SAID UNKNOWN PAR- JOHNNY E. DIXON, et al., C,.,-".nirI i
October 6, 13, 20, 2005 in Clay County's TIES MAY CLAIM AN INTEREST AS. NOTICE OF ACTION
Clay Today newspaper. SPOUSES, .HEIRS, DEVISEES, CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
GRANTEES, OR OTHER CLAIMANTS, De- TO: JOHNNY-E., DIXON and UNKNOWN
fendant(s) SPOUSE OF JOHNNY E. DIXON whose
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHE FOURTH NOTICE OF SALE residence is unknown if he/she/they be liv-
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to. ing; andif he/she/they be dead, the unknown
COUNTY, FLORIDA, CASE NO: 2005-1.790- an Order of Final Judgment of Foreclosure defendants who may be spouses, heirs, de-
DR, DIV. B dated September 26, 2005, entered in Civil visees, grantees, assignees, lienors, credi-
In re: the marriage of Case No. 05-CA-310 of the Circuit Court of. tors, trustees and all parties claiming an
Julian L. Jones, Ill, Petitioner the 4th Judicial Circuit in and for Clay Coun- interest by, through, under or against the De-
and ty, Florida, wherein WASHINGTON MUTU-. fendants, who are not known to be dead or
Brandi Jones Respondent AL BANK, F.A. SUCCESSOR IN INTEREST alive, and all :.ari.-- ri.r, .:.r ,:aimin. to
NOTICE OFACTION FOR TO HOMESIDE LENDING, INC., Plaintiff have any right, title or interest in the proper-
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE and JO A. JOHNSON AND CHRISTOPHER ty described in the mortgage being fore-
TO: BRANDI JONES MCCAULEY are defendant(s),'l will sell to closed herein.
9980 Sandier Road the highest and best bidder for cash, at the YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an ac-
Jacksonville, FL 32222 front door of thie Clay County Courthouse,' tion to foreclose a mortgage on the following'
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a notice of ac- located at 825 North Orange Avenue, Green property:
tion has been filed against you and that you Cove Springs, Clay County, Florida AT 10:00 THAT CERTAIN PIECE, PARCEL, OR
are required to serve a copy of your written A.M. ON OCTOBER 24,2005, the following TRACT OF LAND, SITUATE, LYING AND
defenses, if any, to it on the petitioner, Ju- described property as set forth in said Final BEING A PART OF THE NORTHEAST 1/2
lian L. Jones III, whose address is 6025 Elm Judgment, to-wit: OF THE SOUTHWEST 1/4 OF SECTION 9,
Hurst Lane, Keystone Heights, FL32656on LOT 25, BLOCK 8, BELLAIR, UNIT3,AC- TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH, RANGE 26 EAST,
or before October 24, 2005, and file the orig- CORDING TO PLAT THEREOF RECORD. CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA, AND BEING
inal with the clerk of this Court at: Room 105, ED IN PLAT BOOK 6, PAGES-64 A1ID 6.- MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS
825 N. Orange Ave., Green Cove Springs, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF CLAY FOLLOWS:
FL. 32043, before service on Petitioner or COUNTY, FLORIDA. COMMENCE AT THE NORTHWEST
immediately thereafter. If you fail to do so, a IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH A DIS- CORNER OF. THE NORTHEAST 1/4 OF
default may be entered against you for the ABILITY WHO NEEDS ANY ACCOMMO- :THE SOUTHWEST 1/4 OF : E, TI,,Irl 9,
relief demanded in the petition. DATION IN ORDER TO PARTICIPATE IN TOWNSHIP 6-SOUTH, RANGE-26 EAST;
Copies of all court documents in this case, THIS PROCEEDING, YOU ARE ENTITLED, RUN THENCE SOUTH ALONG SAID
including orders, are available at the Clerk of AT NO COST TO YOU, TO THE PROVI- QUARTER. SECTION LINE FOR A DIS-
the Circuit Court's office. You may review SION OF CERTAIN ASSISTANCE. PLEASE TANCE OF 151 FEET; THENCE RUN EAST
these documents upon request. CONTACT CLAY COUNTY COURTHOUSE, AND PARALLELTO SAID NORTH LINE OF
You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit 825 NORTH ORANGE AVENUE, GREEN SAID NORTHEAST 1/4 OF SOUTHWEST
Court's office notified of your current ad- COdVE SPRINGS, FL. 32043 WITHIN 2 1/4 FOR A-DISTANCE OF 216 FEET TO
dress. (You may file Notice of.Current Ad- WORKING DAYS OF YOUR RECEIPT OF POINT, WHICH IS THE POINT OF BEGIN-
dress, Florida Suprejne Court Approved .THIS NOTICE OF SALE: IF YOU ARE NING; THENCE RUN SOUTH AND PARAL-
Family Law Form 12.915.) Future papers in" FIEARiG IMPAIRED CALL:I800-95- LEL TO THE WEST LINE OF SAID


NORTHEAST 1/4 OF SOUTHWEST 1/4
.FOR A DISTANCE EOF 125 FEET TO A
POINT; THENCE RUN EAST AND PARAL-
LEL TO NORTH LINE OF SAID NORTH-
EAST 1/4 OF SOUTHWEST 1/4 FOR-A
DISTANCE OF 100o6FEET;.THENCE RUN
NORTH PARALLEL TO SAID WEST LINE
FOR A DISTANCE OF 125 FEET; THENCE
RUN WEST:FOR A DISTANCE OF 100
FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
has been filed against you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your written de-
fenses, if any, to it on David J. Stern, Esq.
Plaintiff's attorney whose address is 801 S.
University Drive #500, Plantation FL 33324
on.or before October 27, 2005 (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 courteither.before serv-
ice on Plaintiff's attorney or immediately
"n-reaner olner.iii-e 1 deaijull all ,- enere.d
aga, r, %,.:,Jh.u i.r me reiii demarn.a .a in rie
:or.mpl: ini r.r piie i..n hired hereirn
WITNESS my hand and the seal of this
Court at Clay County, Florida this 27th day
of September, 2005. -
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Circuit
Court, by; Brenda Bennett, deputy clerk.
Law Offices of David J. Stern
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF
801 S. Unviersity Drive Suite 500
F'ldrlalic.r FL 33324 .
ol.'JJ2t.2 .M'?tr JWi
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 1-800-955-8771
(TDD) or 1-800-955-8770, via Florida Relay
Service.
legal no. 7529 published October 6 and
13, 2005 in Clay County's Clay-Today
newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTH JUDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY COUN-
TY, FLORIDA, CASE NO: 05-DR-1953, DIV.
E
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF: FREDERICK
BYRON POCOCK, Petitioner
and
SHIRLEYDIANE POCOCK, Respondent..
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
TO: Shirley Diane Pocock .
626 Hibernia Oaks Drive, Green- Cove
Springs, Florida 32073
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action has
been filed against you and that you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your written de-
fense.- ;i ar, i.:.;i .:., R.-:.bern r,,jre, Heekin,
Jr., E :qu ,ei-.. :.'. : 1r- ,: F Box477,
Jacksonville, FL32201 on or before Novem-'
ber 19, 2005, and file the original with the
Clerk of Court at Clay County Courthouse,
825 North Or, ar-..I .c. ue Gr.eh Cove
Springs, FL .20-'4 tel.:.re -er...:e ,n Peti-
tioner or immediately thereafter. IF YOU'
FAIL TO DO SO, A DEFAULT MAY BE EN-
TERED AGAINST YOU FOR THE RELIEF
DEMANDED IN THE PETITION.
Pursuant to Florida Statute 49.08, the Pe-
titioner seeks for the Court to divide or oth-
El .'i. a','ard an or.n ler-ir l II in .:.il.:.i, .n re al
and personal property: .
LOT 14, HIBERNIA OAKS UNIT TWO,,AC-
CORDING TO 'PLAT THEREOF AS
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK.24, PAGES 53.
.AND 54 OF'THE CURRENT PUBLIC
RECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA. -
ALL TANGIBLE AND INTANGIBLE PER-
?OHJAL PROPERTY LISTED IN PETITION-
SER z FitILliJIAL AFFIDAVIT, WHICH
SUCH AFFIDAVIT WILL BE FILED, IN THIS
ACTION.
Copies of all cO:'un .,',cuearri, i, r. Ir : :
including orders, are available at the Clerk of
the Circuit Court's office. You may review
II,: 5 .3.:..:ul-l."'lle upu.,-n f-quest.
.:. I,,, ,TUI .p irne I,.rk of Circuit Court's
notified of your current address. Future pa-
--pers in this lawsuit will be mailed to the ad-
dress 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.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Circuit*
Court, by: Holly Hurlburt, deputy clerk.
Dated September 26, 2005.
legal no. 7531 published October 6, 13,20
and 27,2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, CIVIL DIVISION,
CASE NO. 2003-620-CA-DIV. B.
B4,i .. EW FINANCIAL PROPERTY TRUST,
Fl n iri.n l
vs.
RENATA HESTER, et al.,.Defendants
NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT TO
CHAPTER 45
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to
an Order or Summary Final Judgment of
foreclosure-dated September 29, 2005, and
entered in Case No. 2003-620-CA DIV B of
the Circuit Court in and for Clay County,
Florida, wherein Bayview Financial Property
Trust is Plaintiff and RENATA HESTER;
BANK OF AMERICA, N.A.; TRANSAMERI-
CA FINANCIAL SERVICES, INC., a dis-
solved Florida corporation;. UNKNOWN
TENANT NO 1; UNKNOWN TENANT NO.
2; and ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIM-
ING INTERESTS BY, THROUGH, UNDER
OR AGAINST A NAMED DEFENDANT TO
THIS ACTION, OR HAVING OR CLAIMING
TO HAVE ANY RIGHT, TITLE OR INTER-
EST IN THE -PRORERTY- HEREIN E-.
SCRIBED, are Defendants, I will sell to the


1 has been filed.against'you'and.you'are
required t6.ser.ve a copy of your written


highest and best bidder for.cash at the Front
steps of the Clay County Courthouse; 825
North Orange.Avenue, Green Cove Springs,
Florida 32043, at Clay'County, Florida AT
10:00 A.M. ON THE. 14TH DAY OF NO-
VEMBER. 2005, the following described
property as set forth in said-Order or Final
Judgment, to-wit: -
LOT 14, BLOCK- "C", REPLAT OF
OAKHILL ESTATES UNIT ONE, ACCORD-
ING TO THE- PLAT THEREOF AS
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 18, PAGE 47,
.OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF.CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
If you are a person with a disability who
needs any accommodation in order to par-
ticipate in this proceeding, you are entitled,
at no cost to you, to the provision of certain
assistance. Pie ase co,iaci ire- Court at 904-
284-6363 904 2.A4.6390u Mr,.. two (2)
:r nr g cIa .:. ,,r r.,:e ;pI .:,1 Irs Notice; if
you are hearing or.voice impaired, call Flori-
da Relay Service '(800) 955-8770.
Dated at Green Cove Springs, Florida; on
September 29, 2005. -
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of tile Circuit
Court, by: Amie Herrera, deputy clerk.
SMITH, HIATT & DIAZ, P.A.
Ahlorrne,.s Ior Pla.nin
P.O Eo0. 11438
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33339-1438 -
(954) 564-0071
legal no. 7532 published October 6 and
13, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


F05017801
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTIONr
WACHOVIA BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIA-
TION AS TRUSTEE,
Plaintiff,
CASE NO.: 05-935-CA
vs.
DIVISION: E

THE UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, 'LIENORS,
CREDITORS, TRUSTEES, OR OTHER
CLAIMANTS CLAIMING BY, THROUGH,
UNDER, DIANE R. FATHERREE DE-
CEASED, et al,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE FACTION
TO:
THE UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES; LIENORS,
CREDITORS, TRuETEE: 'OR OTHER
CLAIMANTS CLAIMING BY;,THROUGH,
ULIDER DIANE. R. FATHERREE,, DE-
CEASED

LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: -
UNKNOWN

CURRENT ADDRESS: UNKNOWN

ANY :AND -ALL .UNKNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER, AND
AGAINST.THE.HEREIN NAMED INDIVID-
UAL DEFENDANTS) WHO; ARE NOT
KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR. ALIVE,-
WHETHER SAID UNKNOWN PARTIES
MAY CLAIM AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES,
HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, OR
-OTHER CLAIMANTS

LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN

CURRENT ADDRESS: UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac-
tion to foreclose aTnortgage on the following
property in CLAY County, Florida:.

PART OF SECTION 35, TOWN-
SHIP 4 SOUTH, RANGE 24 EAST, CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, BEING MORE PAR-
TICULARLY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
COMMENCE ATTHE INTERSECTION OF
THE WEST LINE OF SAID SECTION 35
WITH THE SOUTH LINE OF STATE ROAD
NO. S-220-A; THENCE .NORTH 89-DE-
GREES,34 MINUTES 16 SECONDS EAST,
ALONG SAID SOUTH LINE OF STATE
ROAD NO. S-220-A, 1101.48 FEET;
THENCE SOUTH 0 DEGREES 25 MIN-
UTES 44 SECONDS EAST 327.5 FEETTO
THE POINT OF BEGINNING; THENCE
CONTINUE SOUTH 0 DEGREES 25 MIN-
UTES .44 SECONDS EAST, 327.5 FEET;
THENCE NORTH 89 DEGREES 34 MIN-
UTES 16 SECONDS EAST, 200.49 FEET;
THENCE NORTH 0 DEGREES 25 MIN-
UTES 44 SECONDS WEST, 327.5 FEET;
THENCE SOUTH 89 DEGREES 34 MIN-
UTES 16 SECONDS WEST, 200.49 FEET
TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
TOGETHER WITH A 30 FOOT EASE-
MENT FOR INGRESS AND EGRESS
WHICH IS MORE PARTICULARLY DE-
SCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: COMMENCE AT
THE INTERSECTION OF THE WEST LINE
OF SAID SECTION 35 WITH THE SOUTH
LINE OF STATE ROAD NO. S-220-A,
THENCE NORTH 89 DEGREES, 34 MIN-
UTES 16 SECONDS EAST, ALONG SAID
SOUTH LINE OF STATE ROAD NO. S-200-
A, 1101.48 FEET TO THE POINT OF BE-
GINNING; THENCE CONTINUE ALONG
SAID SOUTH LINE OF STATE ROAD NO.
S-220-A, NORTH 89 DEGREES 34 MIN-
UTES 16 SECONDS EAST, 30 FEET;
THENCE SOUTH 0 DEGREES 25 MIN-
UTES 44 SECONDS EAST, 327.5 FEET;
THENCE SOUTH 89 DEGREES 34 MIN-
UTES 16 SECONDS WEST, 30 FEET;
THENCE NORTH 0 DEGREES 25 MIN-
UTES 44 SECONDS WEST, 327:5 FEETTO
THE POINT OF BEGINNING.






October 13, 2005

defenses within 30 days after the first publi-
cation, if any, on Echevarria, Codilis & Staw-
iarski, Plaintiff's attorney, whose address is
9119 Corporate Lake Drive, Suite 300,
Tampa, Florida 33634, and file the original
with this Court either before service on Plain-
tiff's attorney or immediately thereafter; oth-
erwise a default will be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the Complaint or
petition.
This notice shall be published
once each week for two consecutive weeks
in the Clay Today.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of this Court on this 28th day of September,
2005.
(SEAL) James B. Jeftt
Clerk of the Court, by Holly Huriburt, As
Deputy Clerk
Echevarria, Codilis & Stawiarski P.O. Box
25018Tampa, Florida 33622-5018
F05017801
WMFIDELITY VA B gesposito
legal no. 7533 published October 6 and
13, 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, et al., Defendants
NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT TO
CHAPTER 45
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to
an Order or Summary Final Judgment of
foreclosure dated October 3, 2005, and en-
tered in Case No. 2005-675-CA UCN:
102005CA000675XXXXXX of the Circuit
Court in and for Clay County, Florida where-
in U.S. Bank, N.A. as Trustee for the Union
Planters Mortgage Loan Trust 2003-UP1 is
Plaintiff and HARVEY E. DULL; ALLISON N.
DULL; ARLENE V. SINGLETON; UN-
KNOWN TENANT NO. 1; UNKNOWN TEN-
ANT NO. 2; and ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES:
CLAIMING INTERESTS BY, THROUGH,
UNDER OR AGAINST A NAMED DEFEN-
DANT TO THIS ACTION, OR HAVING OR
CLAIMING TO HAVE ANY RIGHT, TITLE
OR INTEREST IN THE PROPERTY HERE-
IN DESCRIBED, are Defendants, I will sell
to the highest and best bidder for cash at the
Front Steps of the Clay County Courthouse,
825 North Orange Avenue, Green Cove
Springs, Florida 32043, at Clay county Flori-
da, AT 10:00 A.M. ON THE 4TH DAY OF
NOVEMBER. 2005. the following described
property as set forth in said Order or Final
Judgment, to wit: .
LOT 19, 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
DEGREES 12' 00" EAST 335.30 FEET TO
THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
TOGETHER WITH AND SUBJECTTOAN
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 ENTER-
PRISES MOBILE HOME LOCATED THERE-
ON, VIN NUMBER 11414341, TITLE
NUMBER 17790424, RP NUMBER 12033283.
If you are a person with a disability who
needs any accommodation in order to par-
ticipate in this proceeding, you are entitled,
at no cost to you, to the provision of certain.
assistance. Please contact the Court at 904-
284-6363 fx 904 284-6390 within two (2)
working days of your receipt of this Notice; if
you are hearing or voice impaired, call Flori-
da Relay Service (800) 955-8770.
Dated at Green Cove Springs, Florida on
October 3, 2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of Circuit
Court; by: Diane Pierce, deputy clerk.
SMITH, HIATT& DIAZ, P.A.
Attorney for Plaintiff
P.O. Box 11438
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33339-1438
(954) 564-0071
legal no. 7534 published October 6 and
13, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, CIVILACTION, CASE
NO: 02-286-CA-DIV. B
GMAC MORTGAGE CORPORATION,
Plaintiff
vs.
JOHN M. LYNCH et al, Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, pursuant to


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


an Order or Summary Final Judgment of
Foreclosure dated October 3, 2005, and en-
tered in Case No. 02-286-CA-DIV B, of the
Circuit Court in and for Clay County, Florida,
wherein GMAC Mortgage Corporation is
Plaintiff and JOHN M. LYNCH, PATRICIA J.
LYNCH; ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN PAR-
TIES CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER,
AND AGAINST THE HEREINNAMED INDI-
VIDUAL DEFENDANTS) WHO ARE NOT
KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR ALIVE,
WHETHER SAID UNKNOWN PARTIES
MAY CLAIM AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES,
HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES,, OR
OTHER CLAIMANTS; TENTANT #1; TEN-
ANT #2; TENANT #3, AND TENANT #4 THE
NAMES BEING FICTITIOUS TO ACCOUNT
FOR PARTIES IN POSSESSION are De-
fendants, I will sell to the highest and best
bidder 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
4TH DAY OF NOVEMBER, 2005. the fol-
lowing described property as set forth in said
Order or Final Judgment, to-wit:
LOT 60, GLENHAVEN, ACCORDING TO
THE PLAT THEREOF, RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 35, PAGE 16, OFTHE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA.
If you are a person with a disability who
needs any accommodation in. order to par-
ticipate in this proceeding you are entitled, at
no cost to you, to the provision of certain as-
sistance. Please contact the Court at 904-
284-6363 fx 904 284 6390, within two (2)
working days of your receipt of this Notice; if
you are hearing or voice impaired call Flori-
da Relay Service (800) 955-8770.
Dated at Green Cove Springs, Florida on
October 3, 2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Circuit
Court, by: Holly Hurlburt, deputy clerk.
SMITH, HIATT & DIAZ, P.A.
Attorneys for Plaintiff
P.O. Box 11438
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33339-1438
(954) 564-0071
legal no. 7535 published October 6 and
13, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, CASE NO: 2005-1627-
DR, DIV. C
IN RE: The Marriage of AIMAN M. BASHIR,
Husband, Respondent
and
GLADYS IBARRA, Wife, Petitioner
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: AIMAN M. BASHIR
Residence: UNKNOWN, BUT WHOSE
LAST KNOWN MAILING ADDRESS IS:
94B COMMERCE STREET
PERTHAMBOY. NEW JERSEY 08861
YOU ARE NOTIFIED inl an action for Dis-
solution of Marriage has been filed, and you
are required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to it on Petitioner, whose
name and address is: GLADYS IBARRA,
3023 HICKORY GLEN DRIVE, ORANGE
PARK, FLORIDA 32065 on or before No-
vember 7, 2005 and file the original with the
Clerk of this Court either before service on
petitioner or immediately thereafter; other-
wise a judgment will be entered for the relief
demanded in the petition.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of this
Court on September 26, 2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Court,.
by: Cathy Patton deputy cier-r. '
legal no. 7537 published October 6,13,20
and 27,2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR CLAY-
COUNTY, FLORIDA, PROBATE DIVISION,
FILE NO: 05-CP-282.
Declaration of Living Trust of Mildred M. Rev-
els dated February 8, 1991, as amended and
restated by Agreement dated July 18, 1991.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given that Mildred M.
Revels, the settlor of the above-referenced
trust, died on June 16, 2004. The name of
the trust is the Declaration of Living Trust of
Mildred M.'Revels dated February 8, 1991,
as amended and restated by Agreement
dated July 18,1991. The name and address
of the currently acting.trustee, serving as a
result of the settlor's deather, and said
trustee's attorney are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and other per-
sons, who have claims or demands against
decedent's estate on whom a copy of this
notice has been served, must file their claims
with this court ON OR BEFORE THE LATER
OF THE DATE THAT IS THREE (3)
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR
THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE
ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and
other persons who have claims or demands
against the decedent's estate must file their
claims with this court WITHIN THREE (3)
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE
CODE WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE IS: October 6,2005.
Trustee of the Declaration of Living Trust of
Mildred M. Revels dated February 8, 1991,
as amended and restated by Agreement
dated July 18, 1991.
Clayton E. Revels
P.O. Box 158
, Green Cove Springs, Florida 32043.


Attorney for the Trustee:
'W Robinson Frazier
Florida Bar No: 218537
1515 Riverside Avenue, Suite A
Jacksonville, Florida 32204
(904) 353-5616
LEGAL NO. 7539 Published October 6
and 13, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, CIVIL DIVISION,
CASE NO: 2005-CA-874
THE BANK OF NEW YORK, AS TRUSTEE
FOR THE HOLDERS OF THE EQCC
ASSET BACKED CERTIFICATES, SERIES
2001-2 A/K/A THE BANK OF NEW YORK,
TR U/A DTD 12/01/2001 (EQCC TRUST
2001-2) Plaintiff
vs.
PATRICIA J. BOATWRIGHT, et at, Defen-
dants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: DAMON LANCE BOATWRIGHT A/K/A
DAMON BOATWRIGHT and UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF DAMON LANCE
BOATWRIGHT.
Last Known Address: 1568 Red Bud Court,
Orange Park, FL 32073..
YOU ARE NIOTIFIED that an action for
Foreclosure of Mortgage on the following
described property:
LOT 5, REPLAT OF GROVE PARK, UNIT
ONE, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THERE-
OF, AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 7,
PAGE 22, 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 Marshall C. Watson,
P.A., Attorney for Plaintiff, whose address is
1800 NW 49th Street, Suite 120, Ft. Laud-
erdale, FL 33309, within thirty (30) days after
the first publication of this Notice in the Clay
Today, and file the original with the Clerk of.
this court either before service on Plaintiff's
attorney or immediately thereafter; otherwise
a default will:be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the complaint.
In accordance with the Americans with Dis-
abilities Act of 1990 (ADA) disabled persons
who, because of their disabilities need, spe-
cial accommodation to participate in this pro-
ceeding should contact the ADA Coordinator
at 825 N. Orange Avenue, Green Cove
Springs, FL 32043 or telephone Voice/TDD
(904) 630-2564 not later than five business
days prior to such proceeding.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of this,
Court on this 28th day of September, 2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Court,
by: Amanda L. Ellison, deputy clerk.
legal no. 7540 published October 6, 13
and 20,2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHE FOURTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. OF FLORIDA.IN AND
FOR 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., Defendants.
NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN puirsunio I a
Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated Sep-
tember 26, 2005, and entered in Case no.
05-CA-633, of the Circuit Court of the Fourth
Judicial Circuit in and for Clay County, Flori-
da, wherein 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, is a Plaintiff and
JONATHAN D. MERZA/K/A JONATHON D.
MERZ; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
JONATHAN D. MERZ A/K/A JONATHON D.
MERZ;- DANIEL CHRIH-TEIIlSOr: UN-'
KNOWN SPOUSE OF DAI IiEL CHRISTEI I-
SON; KIMBERLEE KEARNS; UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF KIMBERLEE KEARNS; UN-
KNOWN TENANT are the Defendants. I will
sell to the highest and best bidder for cash
at Clay County Courthouse, 825 N. Orange
Avenue, Green Cove Springs, FL at 10:00
A.M. ON OCTOBER 26, 2005, the following
described property as set forth in said Final
Judgment, to wit:
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 JEFFERSON AVENUE IN-
TERSECTS THE EASTERLY BOUNDARY
OF GIFFORD AVENUE (NOT OPENED),
THENCE 400 FEET SOUTH 45 DEGREES
00' EAST; THENCE NORTH 45 .DEGREES
00' EAST 300 FEETTO THE POINT OF BE-
GINNING; THENCE SOUTH 45 DEGREES
00' EAST 100 FEET; THENCE NORTH 45
DEGREES 00' EAST 100 FEET; THENCE
NORTH 45 DEGREES 00' WEST 100
FEET; THENCE SOUTH 45 DEGREES 00'
WEST 100 FEET TO THE POINT OF BE-
GINNING. TOGETHER.WITH AND SUB-
JECT TO ANON 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 45 DEGREES 00' EAST TO A
POINT; THENCE NORTH 45 DEGREES 00'-
EAST 200 FEET TO THE POINT OF BE-
GINNING; THENCE SOUTH 45 DEGREES
00' EAST 100 FEET; THENCE NORTH 45
DEGREES 00'.EAST 100 FEET; THENCE
NORTH 45 DEGREES 00' WEST 100 FEET;
THENCE SOUTH 45 DEGREES 00"WEST-
100 FEETTO 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.
TOGETHER WITH A 1983 MOBILE HOME-
BEARING VIN #'S
SHS1WGA42822140A/SHS1WGA4282214
OB.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT Clerk of the Court,
by: Amie Herrera, deputy clerk.
In accordance with the Americans 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 Avenue, Green Cove Springs, FL.
32043. If hearing impaired, contact (TDD) via
Florida Relay System.
BEN-EZRA & KATZ, P.A.
Attorneys for Plaintiff
951 NE 167th Street, Suite 204
North Miami Beach, Florida 33162
(305) 770-4100
legal no. 7541 published October 6 and
13, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTH JUDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY COUN-
TY, FLORIDA, CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO: 05-CA.698, DIV B
ROSA MAE POLLARD DAVIS, et al, Plain-
tiff's -
vs. -
The Estate of CATHERINE WALKER, et al.
NOTICE FACTION
TO: DANTE POLLARD
Last Known Address: 453 Bentwood Lane.,
Apt. A '
Orange Park, FL 32073
INGRID POLLARD
Last Known address:
1800 Kingsley Avenue, #122
Orange Park, FL 32073
A ,' ar,, i u i'r;.i .:..r. heir. :.f ir.,e aeS .and
or aill unl.n.:. rn partes: ,.-r ers,:.r'r; a.- .nrg
.any ri i ,rI lI i: lale, I ei n ro r r.ier,-i l r in ine
property herein described, by through, under
or against the aforementioned parties as
heir, devisee, grantee, assignee, lienor, cred-
itor trustee or otherwise, and whether such
unknown party derives such claim through,
under or against a known person who is-
dead or not known to be dead or alive.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an ac-
tion of Partition on the following property in
Clay County, Florida:
ALL THOSE PORTIONS OF LOTS 6,
7 AND 8, SECTION.4, ORANGE PARK,


Section B-21


ACCORDING TO PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE 23,
LYING NORTHERLY OF THE RIGHT OF
WAY OF THE SEABOARD COASTLINE
RAILROAD, EXCEPT THE FOLLOWING:
PARCEL A:
PART OF LOT 6, SECTION 4, ORANGE
PARK, ACCORDING TO PLAT THEREOF
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE 23,
OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, MORE PARTICULAR-
LY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
FOR POINT IN THE BEGINNING BEGIN
AT THE POINT WHERE THE EASTERLY
RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF HOOKER
STREET INTERSECTS THE SOUTHERLY
RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF KINGSLEY AV-
ENUE AND RUN THENCE SOUTHERLY
ALONG THE EASTERL'Y LilNE OF SAID
HOOKER STREET LINE OF SAID HOOK-
ER STREET A DISTANCE OF 279 FEET;
THENCE TURN AT A RIGHT ANGLE AND
RUN IN AN EASTERLY DIRECTION Ill A
STRAIGHT LINE A DISTANCE OF 153.6
FEET; THENCE TUN A RIGHTANGLE AND
RUN NORTHERLY ON A STRAIGHT LINE
A DISTANCE OF 279 FEET TO THE
SOUTHERLY SIDE OF KINGSLEY AV-
ENUE; THENCE TURN AND RUN WEST-
ERLY ALONG THE NORTHERLY SIDE OF
KINGSLEYAVENUEADISTANCE OF 152.6
FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING; AS
PER MAP OR PLAT RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 1, PAGE 23, PUBLIC RECORDS OF
CLAY-COUNTY,. FLORIDA. TOGETHER
WITH THAT PROPERTY TO THE CENTER
OF HOOKER STREET RUNIIlliJG ADJA-
CENT TO THE FOREGOiliG PROPERTY.
..EXCEPTIIIG AtI'" PART L'IIIG WITHIN
THE RIGHT OF WAY OF KINGSLEY AV-
ENUE (S.R. 224).
PARCEL B
PART OF LOT 7, SECTION 4 ORANGE
PARK, ACCORDING TO PLAT THEREOF
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK, PAGE 23, OF
THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF CLAY COUN-
TY, FLORIDA, MORE PARTICULARLY DE-
SCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
STARTING ATA POINT 100 FEET WEST
OF THE WEST SIDE OF HOOKER
STREET AT KINGSLEY AVEnUE" THEN
RUNNING PARALLEL TO HOOKER
STREET 438 FEET DUE SOUTH; THEN
RUNNING AT RIGHT ANGLE DUE WEST
200 FEET; THEN RUNNING AT RIGHT
ANGLE DUE NORTH 438 FEET, THEN
RUNNING PARALLEL TO KINGSLEY AV-
ENUE DUE EAST 200 FEET, TO THE
STARTING POINT. EXCEPTING ANY PART
LYING WITH THE.RIGHT OF WAY OF
KINGSLEY AVENUE (S.R. 224).
AND EXCEPT THE FOLLOWING: (PROP-
ERTY ONE)
THE EAST 100 FEET OF THE NORTH
441 FEET OF LOT 7, SECTION 4, OR-
ANGE PARK, CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA,
ACCORDING TO PLAT BOOK 1,'PAGE 23
OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
SAID PROPERTY DESCRIBED AS PART
OF LOT 7. SECTION 4; BEGINNING AT
THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF KINGS-
LEY AVENUE AND HOOKER STREET,
RUNNING NORTH 441 FEET; THENCE 100
FEET WEST, THENCE 441 FEET SOUTH;
THENCE 100 FEET EAST TO THE PLACE
OF BEGINNING, RECORDED IN DEED
BOOK 36, PAGE 110; PUBLIC RECORDS
-OF CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA, TOGETHER
WITH THAT PORTION TO THE CENTER
OF HOOKER STREET RUNNING ADJA-
CENT TO SAID PROPERTY.
EXCEPTING ANY PART LYING WITHIN
. THE RIGHT OF WAY OF KINGSLEY AV-
ENUE (S.R. 224).
has rueen filed against you and you are re-
quireda to serve a copy ofl ,our rillern de-
fenses, i any w inin 30 days aher ihe Inst
publication 0l irts Noice ol Aclan, on Luis
Tous, Plaintiffs' attorney, whose address is
6320 St. Augustine Road, Suite 11, Jack-
sonville, FL 32217 and file the original with
this Court either before service on Plaintiffs'
attorney or immediately thereafter; otherwise
a default will be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the Complaint or Petition.
This-notice shall be published-once each
week for 4 consecutive weeks in the Clay
Today newspaper.
WITNESS my hand and seal of this Court
on this 27th day of September, 2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Circuit
Court, by: Holly Hurlburt, deputy clerk.

legal no. 7542 published October 6, 13,20 -
and 27,2005 In Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, CIVIL ACTION, CASE
NO: 05-603-CA-DIV. E
UNION PLANTERS BANK, N.A., Plaintiff
vs.
MANOLIN SANTIAGO RIVERA, et al.,


If you would like to sell copies of

the Clay Today at your place of


- 'business please call Leah Davis, !

SCirculation Coordinator at

T O the Clay Today Office,

264-3200 ext. 136.







eprctinn B-22


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


October 13, 2005


Defendant(s)
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY that, pursuant to a
Final Judgment of Foreclosure or Order
dated September 26, 2005, entered in Civil
Case Number 05-603-CA-DIV. E, in the Cir-
cuit Court for Clay County, Florida, wherein
UNION PLANTERS BANK, N.A. is the Plain-
tiff, and MANOLIN SANTIAGO RIVERA, et
al.,.are the Defendants, I will sell the proper-
ty situated in Clay county, Florida, described
as:
FOR A POINT OF BEGINNING, COM-
MENCE ATTHE INTERSECTION OF PARK
AVENUE AND KINGSLEY AVENUE AND
PROCEED NORTHERLY ALONG THE
EASTERLY RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF PARK
AVENUE, A DISTANCE OF 213.75 FEET
TO A POINT; THENCE PROCEED EAST-
ERLY AND PARALLELTO THE NORTHER-
LY RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF KINGSLEY
AVENUE, A DISTANCE OF 129.16 FEET
TO -A POINT; THENCE PROCEED
SOUTHERLY AND PARALLEL TO THE
EASTERLY RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF PARK
AVENUE, A DISTANCE OF 213.75 FEET
TO A POINT ON KINGSLEY AVENUE;
THENCE PROCEED WESTERLY ALONG
SAID RIGHT OF WAY LINE, A DISTANCE
OF 129.16 FEET TO THE POINT OF BE-
GINNING; THIS LAND BEING A PART OF
LOTS 13 AND 14, BLOCK 7, SECTION 19
OF RIDGEWOOD SUBDIVISION, AS
RECORDED IN DEED BOOK Q, PAGE 663,
OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
at public sale, to the highest and best bid-
der, for cash, at Clay County Courthouse,
Front Door, 825 North Orange Avenue,
Green Cove Springs, Fl 32043, AT 10:00
A.M. ON THE 26TH DAY OF OCTOBER,
2005.
Dated September 27, 2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Circuit
Court, by: Amie Herrera, deputy clerk.
Golson Law Firm
1230 South Myrtle Avenue, Suite 105
Clearwater, Florida 33756-3445.
In accordance with the Americans With Dis-
abilities Act, persons in need of a special ac-
commodation to participate in- .this
proceeding shall, within seven (7) days prior
to any proceeding contact the Administrative
Office of the Court, Clay County Courthouse,
825 North Orange Avenue, Green Cove
Springs, FL 32043, 904-269-6363, TDD
1-800-955-8771 or 1-800-955-8770 via


Florida Relay Service.
legal no. 7544 published October 6 and
13, 2005 in Clay County's- Clay Today
newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, PROBATE DIVISION,
FILE NO: 05-CP-286
IN RE: ESTATE OF FRANK NICKHOLAS
GEISENBURG, Deceased
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the estate of FRANK
NICKHOLAS GEISENBURG, deceased, file
number 05-CP-286, is pending in the Circuit
Court for Clay County, Florida, Probate Divi-
sion, the address of which is 825 North Or-
ange Avenue., Green Cove Springs; Florida
32043. The names and addresses-of the
personal representative and the personal
representative's attorney are set forth below.
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE NOTI-
FIED THAT: .
All persons on whom this. notice is served
who have objections that challenge the va-
lidity of the will, the qualifications of the per-
sonal representative, venue, or jurisdiction of
this Court are required to file their objections
with this Court WITHIN THE LATER OF
THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NO-
TICE OR THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE DATE
OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NO-
TICE ON THEM.
All creditors of the decedent and other per-
sons having claims or demands against
decedent's estate on whom a copy of this
notice is served within three months after the
date of the first publication of this notice must
file their claims with this Court WITHIN THE
LATER OF THREE MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS AFTER
THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM. .
All other creditors of the decedent and per-
sons having claims or demands against the
decedent's estate must file their claims with
this Court, WITHIN THREE MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI-
CATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS AND OBJEC-.
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
The date of the first publication of this No-
tice is October 6, 2005.
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL REPRE-


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR CLAY COUN-
TY, FLORIDA, PROBATE DIVISION, FILE
NO: 05-CP-280
IN RE: ESTATE OF CORRINE MAY
SCHNEIDER, deceased.
NOTICETO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of COR-
RINE MAY SCHNEIDER, deceased, whose
date of death was, August 12, 2005 and
whose social'security number is 308-26"-
9548, File Number 05-CP-280 is pending in
the-Circuit Court for Clay County, Florida,
Probate Division; the address of which is 825
N. Orange Avenue, Green Cove Springs, FL
32043. The names and addresses of the
personal representative and the personal
representative's attorney are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and other per-'
sonswho have claims or demand agairnsi
decedent's estate on whom a copy of this
notice has been served, must file their claims
with this court ON OR BEFORE THE LATER
OF THE-DATE THAT IS THREE (3)
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR
THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE
ON THEM
All olner creditors of the decedent and
other persons who have claims or demands
againsI Ir.e decedeni s esilae musl file I-heer
claims w.in tlh. coun WITHIH THREE 13i
MOrITHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRSTT PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE,
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH II SECTION
733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE
CODE WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIOD
SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH .IS
BARRED.
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE IS: October 13,
2005.
Attorney for Personal Representative:
C.H. Peterson, III -
2317 North Wickham Road
Melbourne; Florida 32935-8113.
Florida Bar No: 263834 .
Telephone: (321) 259-1601.
Personal Representative:
Deborah Jo Schneider
7306.Roswell Rd. -
Sandy Springs, Georgia 30328 .
LEGAL NO. 7546 Published October 13
and 20. 2005 in Clay C.ounty's Clay Today
newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, IN AND FOR
CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA, CASE 'O 05-
CA-446, DIV. E
MIRIAM ZEID, TRUSTEE AS TO 36.36%
AND BONNIE ABRAHAMSON, TRUSTEE
AS TO 63.64%, Plaintiffs
vs.
WAYNE A. LUNCEFORD, et al, Defendants
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is. hereby given that, pursuant to an
Corer or a fir 1il iudgmenn o lireci:l,-,ur in-
Stere-a ,rn Ire a .:..ec.pllone a.:1i.-.n I wi el l ll
the property situated in Clay County, Florida,
described as:
ALL THAT PART OF THE WEST 330.00
FEET OF THE EAST 2310 02 FEET L ,'rIG
nORTH OF THE SOLITH 5.222 0 FEET OF
SECTION 25, TOWNSHIP 4 SOUTH,
RANGE 23 EAST, CLAY COUNTY, FLORI-
DA SUBJECT TO AND TOGETHER WITH
AlJ EASEr.1EI.JT FOR INGRESS AND
EGRESS COVERING THE NORTH 1192.00
FEETOF THE SOUTH 5232 FEET OF THE
WEST 15 FEET OF THE EAST 2160.02
FEET OF SAID SECTION 25
at public sale, to the highest and best bid-
der for-cash; at the front steps fo the Clay
County Courtr..use in Green Cove Springs.
Flic.ida AT 10:00 A.M. ON THE 3RD DAY
OF NOVEMBER. 2005.
WITNESS my hand and seal of said Court
on October 6, 2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk, Circuit.Court,
by: Brenda Bennett, deputy clerk.
SIDNEY E. LEWIS, ESQUIRE
Lewis & Bernard, P.A. "
attorney for Plaintiff
300 W. Adams Street
Suite 300
Jacksonville, Florida 32202
(904) 355-9003
legal no. 7547 published October 13 and
20, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, CIVIL ACTION, CASE
NO: 10-2003-892-CA-DIV. B.
BRANCH BANKING AND TRUST COMPA-
NY, Plaintiff
vs.
ELIZABETH TEER POPALISKY, et al, De-
fendant(s)
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a
Final Judgment of Mortgage Foreclosure
dated October 03, 2005 and entered in Case
INo, 10-2003-892-CA of the Circuit court of
.the Fourth Judicial Circuit in and for Clay,-


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR C
TY, FLORIDA, PROBATE DIVI
NO: 05-CP-245, DIV. B

IN RE: ESTATE OF MARK
WEEKS, SR., deceased. -
NOTICE TO CREDIT
The administration of the estate
RICHARD WEEKS, SR., dece
Number 05-CP-245, Div. B is pe
Circuit Court for Clay County, F
bate Division; the address otwhi
Orange Avenue, Green Cove
32043. The names and addre
personal representative and th
representative's attorney are set
All creditors of the dbcedent an
sons, who have claims or dema
decedent's estate on whom a i
notice has been served, must file
with this court ON OR BEFORET
OF THE DATE THAT IS T1
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS I
IHJIh'TY 130; DAYS AFTE-:AiH


LAY COUN-
SION, FILE

RICHARD


I


SENTATIVE:
J. NICKOLAS ALEXANDER, JR.
Florida Bar No. 269522
2037 Carnes Street
Orange Park, FL 32073
(904) 264-0311
PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE:
LONA GEISENBURG
LEGAL NO. 7545 Published October 6
and 13,2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


the following described property as set forth
RS in said Summary Final Judgment, to-wit:
te of MARK LOT 34, BEAR RUN, UNIT 1, ACCORD-
eased, File ING TO PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED
ending in the IN PLAT BOOK 17, PAGES 57 AND 58 OF
lorida, Pro- THE CURRENT PUBLIC RECORDS OF
ch is 825 N. CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Springs, FL Dated this 27th day of September, 2005.
sses of the (SEAL) JAMES B3. JETT, Clerk.of the Circuit
ie personal Court, by: Holly Hurlburt, deputy clerk.
forth below. THE LAW OFFICES OF
id other per- DAVID J. STERN, P.A.
nds against ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF
copy of this 801 S. University Drive Suite 500
their claims Plantation, FL 33324.
THE LATER (954) 233-8000
THREE (3) 04-34982 (CWF)'
E OF THE IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICANS
NOTICE OR. WITH DISABILITIES ACT, persons with dis-
EIDAtE.QFd .'abilitibsJIeediog.asaseciaL accommodation


Have you been instructed


to run a legal notice in the


paper? Let me simplify things


for you. Call or fax Beth


Tolocko. I'm here to help.


Free estimate. I will provide


you with an affidavit (proof


of publication) included in


price after the process


is completed.






O







(904) 264-3200 x.130


Fax:


(904) 264-3285


,JIC%.LIUIL


County, Florida, wherein BRANCH BANK-
ING AND TRUST COMPANY, is the Plaintiff
and ELIZABETH TEER POPALISKY; CITI-
FINANCIAL EQUITY SERVICES, INC.; are
the Defendants, I will sell :. he ri.3h.- i and
,best bidder for cash at front door of the Clay
County Courthouse, Green C:..-e Spring:
FlorIda AT 10:00 A.M. ON THE 3RD DAY
OF NOVEMBER. 2005. ir. Ie .llcwng dae.
- .':rle.. pir.peri., a: S- i ,riri n said Final
Judcgn-jiir,
LOT 5, SUMMERLEAF, UNIT 3, AC-
CORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF AS
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 20, PAGES 43
AND 44, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA. ,
a/k/a 1651 Ashwood Circle, Middleburg, FL
32068.
WITNESS my rand ar,na me seal of this
Court on October 5; 2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Circuit
Court, by: Holly Huriburt, deputy clerk.
ECHEVARRIA. CODILIS & STAWIARSKI
RO. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida 33622-5018
F03009867
Legal no. 7548 published October 13 and
20, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today.
newspaper.


PUBLIC NOTICE
The Lake Asbury Municipal Service Bene--
fit District will meet at the Lake Asbury Com-
munity Building on Branscomb Road at 7:00
p.m. on Octobe" 24. 2005 10 a.ScuS dCreog-.
ing project on schedule io: ,egn in Jar,. 06
Committee updates will also be presented.
legal no. 7549 published October 13,2005
in Clay County's Clay Today newspaper.


NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW.
Nolice. hereby given ir.ai ire under signed.
pursuarr. il ihe Fichilous, Name Slailule
Chapter No. 9-267 Laews c1 Filora. Seciorn
865.09, FJorida Slaiules, will regiler with Inhe
Department of State, Division of Corpora-
tions, upon receipt of proof of publication .of
this notice, the lc itiouh name. to wit:
SPARKLING MOBILE AUTO DETAILING
Under which I/we/am/are engaged in busi-
ness at: .
2235 EAGLES HAMMOCK BLVD.,
MIDDLEBURG, FLORIDA 32068
That the party/parties interested in said busi-
ness enierpril is'are as r fallow .
TERRY JOE BURKE, BOB COWART
LEGAL NO. 7550
Published October 13,2005 in Clay Coun-
ty's Clay Today. newspaper.


THE ST. JOHNS RIVER WATER MAN-
AGEMENT DISTRICT HAS RECEIVED
THE APPLICATIONS) FOR ENVIRON-
MENTAL RESOURCE PERMITS) FROM:

BUSINESS CONDOS USA Jim.Brady,
11202 Si Jonrs inrdusiia1 PRwy. North,
Jacksonville, FL 32246, application #40-019-
101618-1. The project is located in Clay
County, Section 02, Township 05 S6uth,
Range 25 East. The ERP application is for
construction of a surface water management
system for a,9.15-acre, commercial devel-.
opment known as The Silo Shoppes at Her-
itage Farm.
The file(s) containing each of the above-
listed applications) are available for inspec-
tion O.:ind.3a ihr.:ugr. Friday except ior legal
holidays, 8:00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m a Ir.e Si
Johns River Water Management Districf
-leadr'luanrers or imTe approupiarc ie rrvice cer,
:er. Writer, ubjechlie,'ni ire 5ppliaiorn may,
.e rma e, bul ir,.,ul,1d be i led1 .\.1r1 [ece eivE,
by) the District Clerk, 4049 Reid St., Palatka,
Florida 32177-1429, no later than 14 days
-rc.m Ihe dale .:i1 pubi.cai..n. Wrinern :c le,'-
-,i.n .r.-:.uld ,ide lt r, Ire .:.bl cr.lor rar
.an.1 a,,,e-: ar,, lull, ,e r.: rhe J -bleci.:n.r
T- Irie applicalor, Filinrg a wr.n-en ..Djciior
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. 7551 published October 13,2005
in Clay County's Clay Today newspaper.


INt THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, GENERAL JURISDIC-
TION DIVISION, CASE NO. 04-CA-1096.
COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOANS, INC.,
Plaintiff
vs.
ADAM S. CONSTANT IF LIVING, AND IF
DEAD, THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE, HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES,
LIENORS, CREDITORS, TRUSTEES AND
ALL OTHER PARTIES CLAIMING AN IN-
TEREST BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR
AGAINST ADAM S. CONSTANT; SUSAN 13D.
CON JSTArT IF LIVING, AND IF DEAD, THE
UNKN!OWIJ SPOUSE, HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, LIENORS,
CREDITORS, TRUSTEES AND ALL
,OTHER PARTIES CLAIMING AN INTER-
EST BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST
SUSAN D. CONSTANT; JOHN DOE AND
JANE DOE AS UNKNOWN TENANTS IN
POSSESSION, Defendant(s)
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a
Summary Final Judgment of Foreclosure
dated September 26,2 005 entered in Civil
Case No. 04-CA-1096 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 the
front steps at the Clay County Courthouse
located at 825 North Orange Avenue in
Green Cove Springs, Florida AT 10:00 A.M.
ON THE 25TH DAY OF OCTOBER. 2005


SER',.'ICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE
r-.r THEr.1 .
All other creditors of the decedent and
other persons who have claims or demands
against the decedbnt's estate must file their
claims with this-court'WITHIN THREE (3)
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. ,
IN NO EVENT SHALL ANY CLAIM BE -
FILED LATER THAI I TWO .'E ARS AFTER
THE DECEDEiNT S DATE OF DEATH.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE IS OcLoet-r 13,
2005.
The date of death of the decedent is: July 26,
2005.
Arlorney c.r Per.sonal Represerlain.e
SANDRAW. JOHN.SONr
2110 Park Street '
Jarl'.,son,.il. Florica 32204 .
19:041 388.9800
.Florida Bar IFo: 35388 .4
Personal Representative:
DAWfI M. WEEKS
J959 almim.a Circle
Middleburg, Flord.a 320.C.
LEGAL NO. 7552 Published October 13
and 20,2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, CASE NO: 10-2005-
CA-88J-AXXX-XX
MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRA-
TION SYSTEMS, INC..as nominee for-
CHASE HOME FINANCE, LLC., Plaintiff
vs.
TEQUILA MURRAY, et ux:, et al., Defen-
dant(s)
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO. TEQUILA MURRAY and UrLKrJOWrJ
SPOUSE it married. ;I al,,'e. and or dead hi.
their) unknown neir., devisees legalees of
granlees ana all persons or padres claiming
by. inrougr under or againzsl him iLhemi Ad.
dreses unknownr,
YOU ARE NOTIFIED inal ar Aciion l.or
foreclosure of a mortgage or Ihe following
property in Cla, Counry. Florna :
LOT29, SHANNOJ LAKE ACCORDiING
TO PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED INl,
PLAT BOOK 19, PAGES 15.16AND 17, OF
THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF CLAY COUN-
TY, 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. atirney4 whose address
,c 7%0 Souln Di.e Highwa,. Coral Gaole,
Florida 3314-6 t3051 666-2299 w.r,,r,. 30
days aher iri, iii i public oliOn ol ihe rnoi,:e
and to file the original with the Clerk of this
Coun eirrer Def.re service on SPEAR riND
.HOFFI.lAFI PA. anorneys or ,mrnredj.aeli
Iriereanter i, ihernwse a delaullil e eniered
against you for the relief demanded in the
Complaint or Petition.
WITNESS ri hand and real :.f ih;- Court
on this 3rd day o:i Orcitber, 20'05
(SEAL).JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Court,
by: Brenda Bennett, deputy clerk.
legal no. 7553 published October 13 and
20, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


I







October 13, 2005


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


Section B-23


should contact Court Administration at the
Clay County Courthouse 904-630-2564, 1-
800-955-8771 (TDD) or 1-800-955-8770, via
Florida Relay Service.
legal no. 7554 published Oc.tober 13 and
20, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, CIVIL DIVISION,
CASE NO: 04-951-CA DIV B
U.S. BANK, N.A., Plaintiff
vs.
SCOTT A. VANSLOOTEN; BANC ONE FI-
NANCIAL SERVICES, INC.; HOUSEHOLD
FINANCE CORPORATION III; UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF SCOTT A. VANSLOOTEN;
JOHN DOE; JANE DOE AS UNKNOWN
TENANTS) IN POSSESSION OF THE
SUBJECT PROPERTY, Defendants. -
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVENpursuantto a
Final Judgment ot Foreclosure dated the
30th day of September, 2005, and entered in
Case No. 04-951-CA-DIV B, of the Circuit
Court of the 4th Judicial Circuit in and for
Clay County, Florida, wherein U.S. BANK,
N.A. is the Plaintiff and SCOTT A.
VANSLOOTEN; BANC ONE FINANCIAL
SERVICES, INC.; HOUSEHOLD FINANCE
CORPORATION III; UNKNOWN SPOUSE
OF SCOTT A. VANSLOOTEN; JOHN DOE;
JANE DOE AS UNKNOWN TENANTS) IN
POSSESSION OF THE SUBJECT PROP-
ERTY are defendants. I will sell to the high-
est and best bidder for cash at the front steps
of Clay County Courthouse at the Clay
County Courthouse, in Green Cove Springs,
Florida AT 10:00 A.M. ON THE 25TH DAY
OF OCTOBER, 2005, the following de-
scribed property, as set forth in said Final
Judgment, to wit:
LOT 34, SAVANNAH GLEN UNIT 2, AC-
CORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF AS
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 31,-PAGES 72
THROUGH 77, 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 such proceeding.
Dated this 3rd day of October 2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Circuit
Court, by: Holly Hurlburt, deputy clerk.
Law Office of Marshall C..Watson
1800 NW 49th Street, Suite 120
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33309 -
(954) 453-0365
04-07481
legal no. 7557 published October 13 and
20. 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR' CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, CIVIL DIVISION,
CASE NO: 2005-830-CA
WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A. AS TRUSTEE
FOR OPTION ONE MORTGAGE LOAN
TRUST 2003-3, Plaintiff
vs.
'ROBERTA L. DEAS, et al, Defendants.
AMENDED NOTICE FACTION
TO: JAMES ALLEN .
(Residence Unknown)
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for,
Foreclosure of Mortgage on the following de-
scribed property:
LOT 2, BLOCK 75, JACKSONVILLE SOUTH
UNIT TWO, ACCORDING TO PLAT THERE-
OF AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 1
THROUGH 13, INCLUSIVE OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA,


TOGETHER WITH A 1985 SUNS DOU-
BLEWIDE MOBILE HOME WITH VIN#'S
SSMFLAC81827A, SSMFLAC81827B AND
TITLE #'S 41803475, 41803481.
has been filed against you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your written de-
fenses, if any, to it on Marshall C. Watson,
P.A., attorney for Plaintiff, whose'address is
1800 NW 49th Street, Suite 120, Ft. Laud-
erdale, FL 33309 on or before October 31,
2005, a date which is within thirty (30) days
after the first publication of this Notice in the
Clay Today and file the original with the Clerk
of this Court either before service on, Plain-
tiff's attorney or immediately thereafter; oth-
erwise a default will be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the complaint.
In accordance with the Americans with 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, Florida 32043 or. telephone
Voice/TDD (904) 630-2564 not later than five
business days prior to such proceeding.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of this
Court this 30th day of September, 2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Court,
by: Brenda Bennett, deputy clerk. .
legal no. 7558 published October 13 and
20, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR
CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA, CASE NO: 10-
2005-CA-657, DIV. B
VICTORY LAND COMPANY, INC., etc.,
Plaintiff
vs.
RONALD J. TACINELLI,'et al., Defendants
NOTICE OF JUDICIAL SALE
PURSUANT TO SECTION 45.031(1),
FLORIDA STATUTES
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
NOTICE is hereby given that pursuant to
the Final Judgment of Foreclosure entered
on October 3, 2005, in Case No. 2005-CA-
657, of the Circuit Court, Clay County, Flori-
da in which Victory Land Company, Inc. is
Plaintiff and Ronald J. Tacinelli, Linda S.
Tacinelli, Wachovia National Bank and
Sears, Roebuck & Comapny are defendants,
the Clerk of this Court will sell at public sale
the following described real property:
LOT 33, BLOCK 78, JACKSONVILLE
SOUTH UNITTWO, ACCORDING TO PLAT
THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 11,
PAGES 1-13, INCLUSIVE, OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA.
The sale will be held on NOVEMBER 2,
2005 AT 10:00 A.M. to the highest and best
bidder for cash, at the front steps of the Clay
County Courthouse, 825 N. Orange Ave.,
Greer. Cove Spr;ng-" Flori:,ra, in accordance.
wir, Seci,.,r, J5.031 .:.1 ir, Florida Statutes.
DaEId in '3rd oa., o. Ocior-er 2005
(SEAL) JAMES B JETTT .Clirk ':.I Sa Cc:.un,
by: Debra 1.1 Beerie. depur. .: ier,..
LANCE P.COHEJ -
1723 Blanding Blvd., Suite 102
Jacksonville, FL 32210;
(904) 388-6500
attorney for plaintiff-
legal no. 7559 published October 13 and
20, 2005 in ,Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOURTH JUDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT IrII A D0 FORCE CLA COUN-
TY, FLORIDA, CASE NO: 04-CA-1080, DIV.
E
KEITH R. ADAMS, Plaintiff
vs
CLAUDE TOMPKINS, TAMMY LaPOINTE,
and STATE OF FLORIDA DEPARTMENT
OF REVENUE, Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant


REQUEST FOR BIDS
NOTICE IS'HEREBY.GIVEN that sealed-bids will be received until 4:00 P.M:, Monday,
October 31, 2005, at the Finance Department, 4th Floor, Clay County Administration
Building, 477 Houston Street, Gieen Cove Springs, Florida, 32043, for the following:.
BID # 05/06 6, Two (2) Power Screen Machines
Bids will be opened at 1:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as possible, on Tuesday,
November 1, 2005, in the Board of County Commissioners Conference Room."B", 4th
Floor, Clay County Administration Building, 477 Houston Street, Green Cove Spring,
Florida, in the presence of the Finance Department Staff, and/or the Clerk or Deputy and
all other interested persons.
The opened bids will be read aloud, examined for conformance to specifications, tab-
ulated, and one copy preserved in the custody of the Finance Department. The Budget
and Finance Committee of the Board will present its recommendations to the Board of
County Commissioners at its meeting of November 22, 2005.
Bids will not be valid unless received by the bid deadline and in a sealed envelope
marked "Sealed Bid, Bid # 05/06 -6, Two (2) Power Screen Machines ", to be
received until 4:00 P.M., Monday, October 31, 2005.
Envelopes may :se rma..i, or deh.er.a ,r., person to the above address. Specifications
may be obtained and questions answered at the Clay County Public Works Department,
by Wayne U. Jordan (904) 284-6356.
On multiple bids, not for the same department, identify bid number with proper depart-
ment.
Bids require a five (5) percent bid bond and may not be withdrawn after the scheduled
opening time for a period of thirty (30) days
The County reserves the right to waive formalities in any bid, to reject any or all bids
with or without cause, and/or accept the bid that, in its judgement, will be in the best inter-
est of the County of Clay.
A person or affiliate who has been placed on the convicted vendor list following a con-
viction for a public entity,
crime may not submit a bid on a contract to provide any goods or services to,a public
entity, may not submit a bid on a contract with a public eniir ifor Ir. e.:onzilruic r, or repair
of a public building or public work, may not submit bids on leases of real property to a
public entity, may not be awarded or perform work as a contractor, supplier, subcontrac-
tor, or consultant under a contract with any public entity, and may not transact business
with any public entity in excess of the threshold amount provided in Section 287.017,
Florida Statutes, for CATEGORY TWO for a period of 36 months from the date of being
placed on the convicted vendor list.

Rich O'Connell, Interim County Manager p.
legal no; 7555 published October.13, 2005 ijn.C.layC_9unty's Clay Today newspaper.


to the final summary judgment of foreclosure
entered on Septmber 29, 2005 the under-
signed Clerk will sell at public sale to the
highest and best bidder for cash at the front
door of the Clay County Courthouse, 825
North Orange Avenue, Green Cove Springs,
FL 32053, at 10:00 A.M. ON OCTOBER 25,
2005 the following described property locat-
ed in Clay County, Florida:
LOT 17, BLOCK 144, BLACK CREEK
PARK, UNIT 1, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT
THEREOFAS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK"
11, PAGES 21 THROUGH 33, OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY,
FLORIDA, (PARCEL ID #32-0524-006698-
364-00) TOGETHER WITH A SINGLE WIDE
MOBILE HOME ID# FLSP1AG427012494.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Court,
by: Debra M. Beyerle, deputy clerk.
In accordance with the Americans With Dis-
abilities Act, pi: r r. )r,.: din.: .; ei:. l ac--
commodatior. i' : par. cipai i ,r, this
proceeding should contact the individual or
agency sending r.,:,i,:e r.:.i jler i r, r, e-: ..r.r
days prior to the :ri.ce ]r l Iri e a ,ii re.r --,"
given on the notice. Telephone (904) 823-
2348; 1-800-955-8771 (TDD) or 1-800-955-
8770 (v) via Florida Relay services.-
Hamilton D. Upchurch, Esquire
UPCHURCH, BAILEY AND UPCHURCH,
P.A.
Post Office Drawer 3007
St. Augustine, Florida 32085-3007
Legal no.. 7560 published October 13 and
20, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


(l THE CIRCUIT COuRT OF THE FOURTH
JUDICl': A C,.IR, CiT itl I|D FOR CLAY'
COUNTY, FLORIDA, CIVIL ACTION, CASE
NO: 2005-720-CA, DIV. A.
BANK OF AMERICA, N.A., Plaintiff
vs..
DEIRDRE LYNN STRICKLAND, .et al, De-
fendant(s)
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a
Final Judgment of Mortgage Foreclosure
dated October 03, 2005 and entered in Case
No. 2005-720-CA of the Circuit Court of the
fourth Judicial Circuit in and for Clay Coun-
. ty, Flo'r;da where;r, BANK OF AMERICA.
N.A., 1 Ihe Plaimi.n and DEIRDRE LYNN


STRICKLAND; ANGELIA A. REYNOLDS;
KEY FINANCIAL SERVICES, INC.; STATE
OF FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF REV-
ENUE; NEW HORIZONS FINANCE COM-
PANY, INC.; are the Defendants, I will sell to
the highest and best bidder for cash at front
door of the Clay County Courthouse, Green
Cove Springs, Florida AT 10:00 A.M. ON
THE 30TH DAY OF NOVEMBER, 2005. the
.:.l,:,.r..A,,] de;.:.;tb"e' pro-pe .r -- i, ,el forh in
a' Finarel .lujdgren.ril
LOT 6, BLOCK 6, TAiJGLEWVC'OD '.IL-
LAGE UNIT FOUR, ACCORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 16, PAGES, 14, 15-AND 16, PUBLIC.
RECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA.
a/k/a 2843 Kiowa Drive, Orange Park, FL
32065..
WITNESS my hand and the seal of this,
Court on October 4; 2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Circuit
Court, by: Holly Hudlburi .jeput, ,:lerl
ECHE .'ARRI CODILI- i. S.TV'.iiARHSKi.
P.O. Box 25018 ..
Tampa Fli:,r;Jl 33622-5018
F050 11 '
legal no. 7561 published October 13 and
20, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH
JUDICIAL-CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION.'
MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC .REGISTRA-
TIOrJ 5','STE:.11 iJC AS NOMINEE.FOR
SJ Hil-- J.TCI'J r .iUTUAL BANK, FAAND-
WASHINGTON MUTUAL EAIl P F-
Plaintiff, .

CASE NO. 05-736-CA
vs.
DIVISION A
RONNIE J. BUNK, et al,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a
Final Judgment of Mortgage Foreclosure
dated October 03, 2005 and entered in Case
NO. 05-736-CA of the Circuit Court of the
FOURTH Judicial Circuit in and for CLAY
County. Florida wherein MORTGAGE ELEC-
TROIIlC REGISTRATION SfSTEMS INC


AS NOMINEE FOR WASHINGTON MUTU-
AL BANK, FAAND WASHINGTON MUTU-
AL BANK, FA, is the Plaintiff and RONNIE J.
BUNK; COURTNEY N. GALLAGHER;
TENANT #1 N/K/A JEREMY GALLAGHER
are the De-irrlan .i- I will sell to the highest
.and best bidder for cash at FRONT DOOR
OF THE CLAY COUNTY COURTHOUSE,
GREEN COVE : PRIr 16 FLORIDA at
10:00AM, on the 3RD DAY OF NOVEM-
BER 2005. mr e li,,c.,r, e.:.riCed pip t .
a- ,-e [ i.:.r, ,r, ,. F.rral Ju. ,r.in r,
LC'T 1 : ELOC-:'. 1? LACK C.I.EEK
PARK, UNIT1, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF,-AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK
11, PAGES 21 THROUGH 33, PUBLIC
RECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA,
TOGETHER WITH THAT CERTAIN MO-.-
BILE HOME LOCATED THEREON, DE-
SCRIBED AS A 2003'FLEETWOOD WITH
ID r NUMBER GAFL 33A4 5-982-4C21 AND.
,AFL34-8-5' '-".JC 1 .
A K'A -7i- Prmr.:.-" Cr.:le Middleburg, FL
.32068
/iTiJE,5 1,. l' HAND and the seal of this-
Court on October 4, 2005 (SEAL)-
James B. Jett
Clerk of the Circuit Court-
By: Holly Hurlburt; Deputy Clerk
Echevarria, Codilis & Stawiarski
P.O.. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida 33622-5018
F05011618
W..vMFiCELiTY FHA-, R dnathan
Legal no. 7562 published October 13 and
20. 2005 min Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE.4TH JU-
DICIAL CkH'LliT. IN AND FOR CLAY.
COUNTY, FLORIDA, CIVIL DIVISION,
CASE NO: 1-0-4.C A-6.41 DIV *B -
MORTGAGE ELECTROrNIC REGISTRA-
TiOtf SYSTEr.IS ifl'., Plaintiff
vs.
LEONARD H. HENLEY, JR.; CITIFINAN-
CIAL EQUITY. SERVICES, INC.;. JANE
DOE; JOHN DOE; VICKIE VALERIE HEN-
LEYA/K/AVICKIE V. HENLEY; JOHN DOE;
JAIIE DOE AS UNJK JOWIr TE.IA ITi.S)i Ii
POSSESSIOrJ OF THE SUBJECT PROP-
ERTY, Defendants.
RE-NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE


St. Johns River CrossIng Project Development & Environment Study
Clay and St. Johns County. -londa "


Inv I it nrcm I ~-~'~ r~.n~pn-1Kn i m -I I:inMM; ih~ .i ,n 1M n 1h' r mhrv;I I r tw'..mnsi~ng lP-njr.-f



Far youach-ulEiuglI conerlerfE. the nEa. igvolill be 11M 1In bLwI Ioclloic: TIiedayl'IoVeMbor -1. 2N5~, at -r-
WofrlId 3ulr Vilkqmle Reinuih'zaiicv e, tur1,59l0 3. Lej~w cvT~imi. St AmijutLiii wIF L .i id *:ri i -ii 'TINLIILJj
NmAcrnibef 3,2OD5. ?li1l-!Clayr Cic.jzty rarp,-ounds. 249?.State Roaid 16i We~st. Green cove pfrkq L-

ThQ icgw'rr, of *1Imer-Ai~q -,kI bc .ffwnfftmnn h' :r)WaA.orjsFDOO- ub ic wpoirgs, Thu pu~Jic r1i.;ii~q 1ifn~. is
hl,wr'.l'1 ori k rniruv~i hrin..v.41'Cllpr' r'irn~lv~rthrhn.1' iiiF'pt'~ rfnnfj:iL,1lll e'rI n lp''~~n.I.'h
mapsp. drak.1ngE and-ciher ilocmwsor will ,,a 13b8 to dsmLmE the 3 siudy anC arsr~wquw~lcl,-6 '116 ibe r'nal
ri tOil or' Ulet~ ud"' w11b il loi.e POial 4kI"u p.ii. J'id re'8eLe%. t l'cui'wu. 1i5M'3.W t>.v'op III'.i.fl~i


November 1, 20051 .51.johns Ca'u oty')
'1 A-'.IAln
4., 5Au,-n
4.-72

3.3.;


HE.vnemberl. 2005 iClay CouriMY)




8-. 30P.11.


ECeprei-Tel kpe-sxznht.,ill be k-ma bk V- disrus% Ihe -:i'ioj-d end nA r iy qure-7i~5 'ib~ rmho~lt i Fe PiH ic

W.iiI h;AwM 4 -;1 jLq k~u~lliiry~1.~i.:tlrIib l uirpr ,.'lij Ip ui 41l !:.Ii lriwi lwoUdIli 'L'.uI I rY..;t4;]NHPIWI i IN'




.picijicl hIirD- lllwllorl, iuL~Ik rn"-u i iu inVirmrlJ. un D"u. ;itdl.L'xxumlrv2Lduui-s;u-nk~ri lUw~j wiv -.Anm olll' Dhai ~bL llws kd -ur
I MA-9nrtldilrl w -idn IAik rrldrLg, lrr ill ihte "iI.p-nier~ i Inim. 3.-.m Oen ri .k7vipe~ri rn rrnTlmni~t1Iw r!!r.omtmh I IrerIIr
IhuAi-iviw-wov..i D w ilU A..ul ju .i dbulln t:dD 1. l~uui LuI(7) ~p~iml't0hIdL: PNAAL MU:..rig.


Ujr. l I ",u. Cl ur ii, 7:., iJCF
1-FDJ3'!.I I LA, *.A 01 ki n'lAv kfiu. 9 M. K1S2'-C
LOV& CI-Y, I Irloda JM2U.b


ILS 6 11 7,A79 u 180:-W4929? 7


FLOlIDAIDEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION







Section B-24


CLAYTODAY.BIZ


October 13, 2005


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a
Motion and Order Resetting Foreclosure
Sale date dated the 3rd day of October,
2005, and entered in Case No. 10-04-CA-
641 Div B, of the Circuit Court of the 4th Ju-
dicial Circuit in and for Clay County, Florida,
wherein MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REG-
ISTRATION SYSTEMS, INC. is the Plaintiff
and LEONARD H. HENLEY, JR.; CITIFI-
NANCIAL EQUITY SERVICES, INC.; VICK-
IE VALERIE HENLEY A/K/A VICKIE V.
HENLEY; JOHN DOE; JANE DOE AS UN-
KNOWN 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 Clay County Cour-
thouse at the Clay County Courthouse in
Green Cove Springs, Florida AT 10:00 A.M.
ON THE 3RD DAY OF NOVEMBER. 2005.
the following described property as set forth
in said Final Judgment, to wit:
LOT 22, BLOCK 2, LAKESIDE ESTATES
UNIT 6, ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR
PLAT THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 8, PAGES 55, 56 AND 57, 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 int hsi pro-
ceeding should contact the ADA Coordinator
at 825 N. Orange Avenue, Green Cove
Springs, FL 32043 or Telephone Voice/TDD
(904) 630-2564 not later than five business
days prior to such proceeding.
Dated this 4th day of October, 2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Circuit
Court, by: Holly Hurlburt, deputy clerk.
the Law Office of Marshall C. Watson,
1800 NW 49th Street, Suite 120
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33309
(954) 453-0365
legal no. 7563 published October 13 and
20, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHE FOURTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, CIVIL ACTION, CASE
NO: 10-2005-CA-630-DIV. A
WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A., Plaintiff
vs.
MICHAEL C. RIDEOUT, et al, Defendant(s)
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE .
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuart to a
Final Judgment of Mortgage Foreclosure


dated October 03, 2005 and entered in Case
No. 10-2005-CA-630 of the Circuit Court of
the Fourth Judicial Circuit in and for Clay
County, Florida wherein WELLS FARGO
BANK, NA.A., is the Plaintiff and MICHAEL
C. RIDEOUT; are the Defendants, I will sell-
to the highest and best bidder for cash at
front door of the Clay County Courthouse,
Green Cove Springs, Florida, at 10:00 A.M.
ON THE 3RD DAY OF NOVEMBER. 2005.
the following described property as set forth
in said Final Judgment:
LOT 6, BLOCK 84, JACKSONVILLE
SOUTH, UNIT TWO, ACCORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF,AS RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 11, PAGES 1-13, OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA.
TOGETHER WITH A MOBILE HOME LO-
CATED THEREON AS A PERMANENT-FIX-
TURE AND APPURTENANCE THERETO
DESCRIBED AS A 2001 WESTFIELD WITH
SERIAL NUMBER GAFLY07A47561 BB21
AND TITLE NUMBER 90952993 AND REAL
PROPERTY.NUMBER 12198926.
a/k/a 4895 PEPPERGRASS STREET, MID-
DLEBURG, FLORIDA 32068.
WITNESS my.hand and seal of this Court
on October 4, 2005. -
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Circuit
Court, by: Holly Huriburt, deputy clerk.
Echevarria, Codilis & Stawiarski
P.O. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida 33622-5018
FO5010720
legal no. 7564 published October 13 and
20, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.

NQTICE OFAGENCYACTION
TAKEN BY THE ST. JOHNS RIVER
WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT

Notice is given that the following permit
was issued on September 20, 2005:
BESTCON, INC., 4000 B St. Johns Ave.,
Jacksonville, FL 32205, permit #40-019-
81150-3. The project is located in Clay Coun-
ty, Sections 36 & 47, Township 4 South,
Range 25 East. The permit authorizes a sur-.
face water management system on 1.16-
acres to serve as private channel that pro-
vides access to a single-family residence.
The receiving water body is Doctor's Lake.
The file(s) containing the application for-
the above listed permit is available for in-
spection Monday through Friday except for.
legal holidays. 8.00 a m io 5.00 p.m. ai Ihe


St. Johns River Water Management District
(District) Headquarters, 4049 Reid Street
Palatka, FL 32178-1429. A person whose
substantial interests are affected by the Dis-
trict permitting decision may petition for an
administrative hearing in accordance with
sections 120.569 and 120.57, Florida
Statutes, or may choose to pursue media-
tion as an alternative remedy under section
120.573, Florida Statutes, before the dead-
line for filing a petition. Choosing mediation
will not adversely affect the right to a hear-
ing if mediation does not result in a settle-
ment. The procedures. for pursuing
mediation are set forth in section 120.573,
Florida Statutes, and rules 28-106.111 and
28-106.401-.404 Florida Administrative
Code. Petitions must comply with the re-
quirements of Florida Administrative Code-
Chapter 28-106 and be filed with (received
by) the District Clerk located at District
Headquarters, Highway 100 West, Palatka,
FL 32177. Petitions for administrative hear-
ing on the above applications) must be
filed withirf twenty-one (21) days of publi-
cation of this notice or within twenty-six (26)
days of the District depositing notice of this
intent in the mail for those persons to whom
the District mails actual notice. Failure to
file a petition within this time period shall
constitute a waiver of any right(s).such per-
son(s) may have to request an administra-
tive determination (hearing) under sections
120.569 and 120.57, F.S., concerning the
subject permit. Petitions that are not filed in
accordance with the above provisions are
subject to dismissal.
Because the administrative hearing
process is designed to forulate final agency.
action, the fling of a pelilion means that Ihe
District's linal action may be aitterent from
the position taken by it in this notice of intent.
Persons whose substantial interests will be
affected by any such final decision of the
District on the applicant have the right to pe-
tition to become a party to the proceeding, in
accordance with the requirements set forth
above.
legal no. 7565 published October 13,2005
in Clay County's Clay Today newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, CASE NO: 2005-770-
CA-DIV. A
CHASE HOME FINANCE LLC, successor
by merger io CHASE MANHATTAN


ST. JOHNS RIVER WATER MANAGE-
MENT DISTRICT GIVES WRITTEN
NOTICE OF INTENDED DISTRICT
DECISION
The District gives notice of its intent to
issue a Formal Wetland Determination for
the following properties:
FLORIDAYS DEVELOPMENT GROUP,
INC. Petitioner,.1843 Commodore Point
Drive, Orange Park, FL 32073; File No. 16-
019-96213-1. The property is located in Clay
County,: Sectiori(s):. 33, Township: 4S,
Range: 25E, and includes 20 acres. The cur-
rent owner is Traceland Inc.
The file(s) containing each of the above-
listed Wetland Determinations are available
for inspection Monday through Friday except
for legal holidays, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at
the St. Johns River Water Management Dis-
trict Headquarters or the appropriate Service
Center. The Disiricl will lake action on each
permit application listed above unless a


MORTGAGE CORPORATION,.Plaintiff
vs.
JESSE C. CARTER, et ux., et al., Defen-
danilsi
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to an
Order or Final Judgment Scheduling Fore-.
closure Sale entered on October 11,2005, in
this case now pending in said Court, the
style of which is indicated above.
I will sell to the highest and best bidder for
cash at the Clay County Courthouse, 825 N.
Orange SIreel. Green Coue Springs. Florida
32043. AT 10:00 A.M. ON THE 10TH DAY
OF NOVEMBER, 2005. ne following de-
scribed property as set forth in said Orderpor
Final Judgment, to-wit:
LOT 62 OF GREEN COVE HEIGHTS, AC-
CORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF AS
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 19, PAGES 58
THROUGH 60, OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Ordered at Clay Coutnty, Florida this 11th
day of October, 2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of Circuit
Court, Clay County, Florida, by: Brenda
Bennett, deputy clerk.
SPEAR & HOFFMAN, P.A.
708 South Dixie Highway
Coral Gables, Florida 33146
(305) 666-2299 .
legal no. 7567 published October 13 and
-20, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


$ That' s all.


Not your life savings.


Not your whole bank account.


Just a dollar.




What Katrina did not


take from her victims was



your kindness,



your compassion.


S If you watched the news each night wishing there was something

you could do, how about giving one dollar? Our sister company in

Louisiana was located in New Orleans and 100 families are trying to

rebuild their lives. We're going to help them. You can too.


Please send your dollar to: 1560 Kingsley Ave. Suite 1, Orange Park, FL 32073


ClayiToday


k JOURNAL =.
ommunty

*""" GROUP'"


For more information call Tommy Herbert at 994-6811

100% of money collected will go directly and only to, the families of
the Journal Community Publishing Group affected by Katrina.
If you are donating more than one dollar, please address your check to:
Journal Communications Hurricane Relief Fund


petition for an administrative proceeding
(hearing) is filed pursuantlto the provisions
of Sections 120.569 and 120.57, Florida
Statutes Chapter 28-106 and 40C-1.1007,
Florida Administrative Code(F.AC.).
A person wnose surtisanlial i reresis are
affected by any of Irne Dislr.ct s proposed
permitting decisions identified above may
petition for administrative hearing in ac-
cordance with -Sections 120.569 and
120.57, F S or all pales may reach a
written agreement on mediaiorn as an al-
ternative remedy under Seclion 120 573
F.S. Choosing mediation well nol adverse-
ly affect the right to a hearing if mediation
does not result in a settlement. The pro-
cedures for pursuing mediation are set
forth in Section 120.573, F.S., and Rules
28-106.111 and 28-106.401-.405, F.A.C.
Petitions must comply with the require-
ments of Florida Administrative Code,
Chapter 28-106 and be filed with (received
by) the District Clerk, located at District
Headquarters, 4049 Reid Street, Palatka;
Florida 32177.
Petitions for administrative hearing on the
above applications) must be filed within
twenty-one (21) days of publication of this
notice or within twenty-six (26) days of the
DsltIct deposing Mis notice of intent in ime
mail lor inthose persons 10 wnom Ihe District
mails actual notice. Failure to lie a petition
dlnin Inis lime penod shall constitute a waiv-
er of any right such person may have to re-
quest an administrative determination
(hearing)- under Sections 120.569'and
120.57, F.S., concerning The subject perm.i
application. Peilions which are not bled in
accordance wiln me aoove provisions are.
subject Io dismissal
Because the aamirniirative hearing
process is designed to formulate final
agency action, the filing of a petition means
the District's final action may be different
from the position taken by it in this notice of
intent. Persons whose substantial interests
will be affected by any such final decision of
the Disinct on the appl.calion have the right
to become a party lo ire proceeding. in ac-
cordance with the requirements set forth
above.
Gloria Lewis,
Director,
Division of Permit Data Services
St. Johns River Waler Management District.
legal no. 7568 published October 13, 2005
in Clay County's Clay Today newspaper.


. . ... . ... .


.... ......





















S. 7 .-.-_ .--
,---------- -- -- -----.


A SPECIAL WEEKLY ADVERTISING SECTION OF CLAY TODAY


14y


OCTOBER 13-OCTOBER 19, 2005 EDITION


BaM B a


1-8p .1 -fE
0 VHE


Hart Green Motors sells-


By Staff

ORANGE PARK It takes a look at the
decal on the window to c,'nfiirmn i1lat
you've been told but your -) do'esn' h -
lieve; these really are used cars. They are

.. ~ ~ :. i,- ,- _-+ -1 -..
- -
...; . :


Unlike most new car dealerships, if
Hart Green MN,oi t is to be capable of
servicing what it sells, it must be familiar
with the full spectrum of automotive
products. In addition to the "live" techni-
cians, many of whom came from the for-


.--



STAFF PHOTO
General Sales Manager Loring Murray, Office Manager Darlene Overstreef and
Proprietor Hart Green inspect one of the shiny cars on the salesroom floor.


shin4 and bright and, when \ou drive
them. they purr.
As well the\ should. These are more
than 150 of the cleanest pre-ow(ned cars in
theJacksonville area- all carefully chosen
for quality.
Hart Green says that all the automobiles
that come into his dealership are restored
"to as new as possible." And he's not talking
about just looks, either. Each car, when it is
received, takes an immediate trip to his
shop his full shop. Under the leadership
of Rand\ Smith. technicians in the shop .re
full trained and include two master tech-
nicians. A79-pointinspection is performed
by ASE-Certified technicians.
All vehicles are verified by CARFAX.


mer Oldsmobile Isiuzu dealership in
Orange Park, the shop is equipped with a
computer capable of servicing anm make
or model of automobile. "We can do any-
thing but body work," Green says.
The shop is open 7:30 am. to 5:30 p.m.,
Monday through Frida\.
Ever\ i vehicle that rolls out of Hart
Green Motors carries with it a three-
mnonth or 3.000-mnile warranty.
Green says he offers full financing.
even if -he customer has less than per-
fect credit. "We have a lot of sources,"he
says. And indeed he does. The dealer-
ship has finance programs from more
than 21, lenders and credit unions. Ask
about Hart Green's Credit Builder


quality cars
Re-builder Program.
Green prides himself on not charging
a "delivery fee," which, in many dealer-
ships, he says, can cost the customer up-
,.nd ds of another $600. "Deli. ,\ii fee,- .v-i
justextra profit for the dealer; we refuse to
do it," Green says.
Fail .u ket pricing is tlie pl aici at
Hart Gi e-en: t unc t 1 book %ah iei u e:i .,il-
ai-hk.onall in-dek.
Hart Green Motors has beeninbusiness
just a little more than t o 'e,1' s;: it opened
its doors May 15, 2003. When Green took
over the former Lucas Honda site, the first
thing he did was install additional lighting.
"There's not another like it," G green sa s.
The brighter lot area creates more security
for both customer and business.
Green isquick tossing the pi aises of his
General Sales Manager, Loring Murray.
"He's the best I've ever seen," Green sa% s.
referring to Muri a s skill with customer
relations. "If ),ou want to feel at home, see
us," he said.
Continuing the theme of customer re-
lations.Green said,'"We like to treat our cus-
tomers like our mothers, with full respect."
Green. an Atlanta native. has been in
the Orange Park area since his father was
transferred here when Green was a child.
He was in the first class to matrictulate at
FloridaJtinior College when it opened on
Roosevelt Boule% ard. T he college is now
known as Florida CommunitN College in
Jacksonville and the original campus is
now the Kent Campus.
Wh\ did he open his business? "I always
wanted todo itand I finally\ did it." he said.
"When you'ree working for someone
else," Murray said, "you always see things
you'd do differently. This gave him a
ch ance to do thingshis wav."
Visit Hart Green at 15'/7 Wells Rd. in
Orange Park, or call 904-215-9500.
Visit the web site at www.Hart-
GreenMotors.com.


BuICK -.CHEVJROLE'T


SHOURnS: Moti Fru 7-7 SAT B-5
3 340 Hwy 17 GREEN COVE SPRINGcS

264-2442 3i







5~pg4~nn ('-2 CRULSIN CLAY COUNTY October '13, 2005


2004 Acura RSX, 12k Miles, Auto,
Pewter in color, Sporty and Fun for
only $18,645. Call Ash Tisdelle at
269-2617
2003 Acura 3.2 TL, $19,689. Call
Garber Automall at 264-2442
1999 Acura 2.3 CL Coupe,
leather, sunroof, looks brand new,
must see!, $8,999. Call Frank Grif-
fin at 269-1033
1997 Buick Century, 4 door, auto,
Call Rightway Automotive Credit
at 284-0028.
2002 BMW 300 xi, All Wheel
Drive, Low Miles, the ultimate driving
machine for only $26,900. Call Ash
Tisdelle at 269-2617
2004 Buick Century, Must See!,
$13,888. Call Bill Adams at 964-
7500
2004 Cadillac SRX, Must See!,
$30,777. Call Bill Adams at 964-
7500
2005 Chevy Cavalier, $10,423.
Call Garber Autorhall at 264-2442
2005 Chevy Cavalier, $11,132.
Call Garber Automall at 264-2442
2005 Chevy Cavalier, $11,350.
Call Garber Automall at 264-2442
2004 Chevy Cavalier, Must See!,
$9,999. Call Bill Adams at 964-


7500
2005 Chevy Cobalt, Must See!,
$12,995. Call Bill Adams at 964-
7500
2002 Chevy Camero Z28, T-Top,
PW, CC, Sport Package, $16,900.
Call Gordon Chevrolet at 272-2200
2005 Chevy Impala, Full Power, 9k
Miles!, $14,900. Call Gordon
Chevrolet at 272-2200
2005 Chevy Impala, Must See!,
$16,995. Call Bill Adams at 964-
7500
2004 Chevy Impala, $11,904. Call
Garber Automall at 264-2442
2004 Chevy Impala, $14,458. Call
Garber Automall at 264-2442:
2005 Chevy Impala, $15,121. Call
Garber Automall at 264-2442
2005 Chevy Impala, $14,012. Call
Garber Automall at 264-2442
2005 Chevy Impala, $15,823. Call
Garber Automall at 264-2442
2005 Chevy Impala, LS, $17,235.
Call Garber Automall at 264-2442
2004 Chevy Malibu, Must See!,
$10,555. Call Bill Adams at 964-
7500
2005 Chevy -Malibu Classic,
PW,PL, CC, AC, $14,950. Call Gor-
don Chevrolet at 272-2200
2005 Chevy Malibu, $12,568. Call
Garber Automall at 264-2442
2005 Chevy Malibu, Silver, Got it


i -Come in, Choose 2005 Jeep or Chrysler. We will show you the
A Ilvoice and add $1.00i. That is your price, additionally, all con--
sumers.rebates come to you. It is a wonderful time to buy or ease.


-- i. ':'S." -- ll lltll. '


We Haei A Giant


Sill 2006 Model Exclusive
- ---- - COMNEI HERE!-- ~Ji ~L? 7


Selection of II-] \I Th

New Cars & TruIcks. faaifJa
# ~e.


at Frank Griffin
5 Year 175000 Mile
Power Train Warranty


2002 Honda Civic, great gas
mileage, automatic, clean for only
$11,985. Call Ash Tisdelle at 269-
2617
2004 Kia Rio Cinco, Good Miles,
Super Gas Saver $8,795. Call Ray
Carter Kia at 771-6078
2000 Lincoln Towncar Signature
Series, fully loaded, pearl white, good
miles, luxury at its best!, $8,999. Call
Frank Griffin at 269-1033
2003 Mazda Miata, leather, dark
green, 14k miles, $14,950. Call Gor-
don Chevrolet at 272-2200
2003 Mercedes Benz E320, black
on black leather, 23k miles, immacu-
late, $39,900. Call Ash Tisdelle at
269-2617
2002 Mercedes Benz SLK, bahama
blue, auto, only 13k miles, available at
$29,900. Call Ash Tisdelle at 269-

SEE MORE AUTOMOBILES ON PG. 4


Vincent Grassia, Group Manager
Jon Cantrell, Publisher
Dwight Hume, Mark Pettus, Peg Oddy, Susan Sawyer, Sales
Greg Walsh, Managing Editor
T'isha Cormeny, Horace Davis, Bob Henderson,
Debbie Israel Messer, Staff Writers
Leah Davis, Circulation Coordinator
Justin Freeman, Production Manager
Tate DeLoach, Publication Designer
Nakita Powell, Lisa Dellea, Eddie Hodges, Kathy Roy
Elizabeth HQlderfield, Artur Nistra, Grmphic Designers

Clay Today
1560 Kingsley Ave. Suite 1, Orange Park, FL 32073
,,w,. -"lxv" i "'v" -'" "


all, Steal at $1 1,495. Call Ray Carter
Kia at 771-6078
2004 Chevy Monte Carlo,
$15,980. Call Garber Automall at
264-2442
2002 Chevy Monte Carlo SS,
Leather, Loaded, $14,950. Call Gor-
don Chevrolet at 272-2200
2002 Chevy Monte Carlo SS,
White, Sporty & Looks Good
$14,495. Call Ray Carter Kia at
771-6078
2005 Chevy Monte Carlo SS,
Black Alloys, $17,900. Call Gordon
Chevrolet at 272-2200
2001 Chevrolet Corvette Road-
ster, only 42k Miles, Super Clean,
Auto, way below NADA at $29,900.
Call Ash Tisdelle at 269-2617
2002 Chrysler PT Cruiser TE,
Chrome Wheels, Sunroof, $10,995.
Call Ray Carter Kia at 771-6078
2001 Chevy Malibu, auto, AC,
credit ready, Call Rightway Auto-
motive Credit at 284-0028.
2003 Chrysler PT Cruiser Tour-
ing, AC, PW, PL, tilt, cruise, loaded,
only 15k miles, $8,995. Call Frank
Griffin at 269-1033
2004 Dodge Intrepid, auto, AC, PL,
PW, very clean, must see!, Call
Rightway Automotive Credit at
284-0028.
2005 Dodge Neon SXT, spoiler,


alloys wheels, PW, PL, tilt, cruise, CD,
loaded; low miles $10,999. Call
Frank Griffin at 269-1033
2004 Dodge Stratus SXT, spoiler,
alloy wheels, PW, PL, tilt, cruise, CD,
loaded, extra clean, $10,999. Call
Frank Griffin at 269-1033
2005 Dodge Magnum, $22,582.
Call Garber Automall at 264-2442
2002 Ford Focus SE, AT, AC, alloy
wheels, fully loaded, only 20k miles,
$7,995. Call Frank Griffin at 269-
1033
2003 Ford Mustang Convertible,
6 cyl., AT, AC, PW, PL, tilt, alloy
wheels, very nice car, $12,999. Call
Frank Griffin at 269-1033
2002 Ford Taurus, auto, AC, PL,
PW, family ready, Call Rightway Au-
tomotive Credit at 284-0028.
2001 Ford Taurus SE Wagon,
DOHC, leather, 3rd row seating, alloy
wheels, fully loaded, a rare find, low
miles, $6,999. Call Frank Griffin at
269-1033
2005 Ford Taurus SE, AT, AC,
PW, PL, tilt, cruise, CD, good miles!
$ I 1,999,. Call Frank Griffin at 269-
1033
2003 Ford Focus ZTW Wagon, 4
Cyl., Auto, AC, PW, PL, Cruise, Al-
loys, Economical Priced to Sell Quick-
ly, $10,988. Call Hart Green
Motors, Wells Road, at 215-9500
2002 Ford Taurus SE, Loaded,
Nice Color $9,995. Call Ray Carter
Kia at 771-6078
2000 Honda Accord EX, AT,
leather, sunroof, low miles, fully
loaded, $10,999. Call Frank Griffin
at 269-1033
2005 Honda Civic LX, silver,
loaded, was $14,995 Now $13,995.
Call Ray Carter Kia at 771-6078
2004 Honda Accord EX, Mnrf
Leatehr, $20,800. Call Gordon
Chevrolet at 272-2200


October 13, 2005


CRUISIN. CLAY COUNTY


Section C-2







,.'A a ^ .... _..-& r L i; :, A ; ..-+ M.. ...:' .3 i .; ; .. p.; :,.... .* .. :' .:..^*- .-'- :-
'1 A LL-N E 2 0 0 6 .,.2.2.,.,.:7 ., .. ., <-- F, VX. ..G -_1 i. +g ,:..+ -. "+ :i:-. :::-4
ALLNT!EW 2006 :
.4 ,-. 's A
#60095 4 -\
., +,|.|^,.-|^ .~s R7iy... j^ ::, .... .

:., I[. :1. )1 .,
"[1 i , '" ""' ..j '7.1'


,l r -. ...... i^~ *...- ;,* .'3 .-." i* ?
-W .; :... \ ', .. *- *..-
I I4 I i i
WW^^^ ArON0


SERVICE
MANAGER'S SPECIAL

Mike Shad .Nissan


ft Orange Hark


A See Us For- ep
Any Collision Repairs -


WE HELP
WITH
INSURANCE
CLAIMS


269-9400


OI TRANSMISSION

FTFLUSH
w7o $159.95

Coupo expire1- 29- 0Coupon expires 10-29-05
POWER ,1%DSON:
STEERING *
FLUSH RPISOE

$99.95
Coupon expires 10-29-05 *u i1 I


2006 Volkswagen Passat 2.0 T


Drivers wanted.
S ^


AH TISDFITV


1481 WELLS ROAD ORANGE PARK
269-2603 OR 1-888-430-4957


Sales Hours: 8:30am 8:00pm M-F 900am 7:00p n Sat
Expect Good Things To I happen .
Swww.ashvwp
wwwwwwashvu~wqpw t'.: -t t.... ........l.""..PYv ,+ ,.


CRUISIN CLAY COUNTY


Section C-3


October 13, 2005





..................






Section C-4 CRUISIN CLAY COUNTY October 13, 2005


2617
2000 Mercedes Benz E430, low
miles, beautiful car, available at
$24,985. Call Ash Tisdelle at 269-
2617
1999 Nissan Maxima GLE, sun-
roof, leather, alloys, AT, AC, fully
loaded, $7,999. Call Frank Griffin
at 269-1033
2004 Nissan Altima 2.5S, AT, AC,
PW, PL, cruise, CD, premium stereo,
alloy wheels $13,999. Call Frank
Griffin at 269-1033
2003 Olds Alero GLS, Leather,
Bright Red, $1 1,900. Call Gordon
Chevrolet at 272-2200
2004 Olds Alero GL, Spoiler,
Wheels, Toys $10,995. Call Ray
Carter Kia at 771-6078
2004 Olds Alero, Must See!,
$11 ,78 I1. Call Bill Adams at 964-
7500
1999 Olds Silhouette, Leather, Full
Power, $4,900. Call Gordon
Chevrolet at 272-2200
2003 Olds Silhouette, Premier Edi-
tion, DVD, $14,950. Call Gordon
Chevrolet at 272-2200
2002 Pontiac Sunfire, 4 door, auto,
27k miles, Call Rightway Automo-
tive Credit at 284-0028.


2005 Pontiac Grand Am, V6, extra
clean 29k miles, Call Rightway Au-
tomotive Credit at 284-002,8.
1999 Porsche Boxter Convert-
ible, 5 speed, PW, PL, CD, low miles,
excellent cond., must see! $17,799.
Call Frank Griffin at 269-1033
2005 Pontiac Grand Prix, AT, AC,
PW, PL, tilt, cruise, spoiler, alloy
wheels $13,999. Call Frank Griffin
at 269-1033
1997 Saturn SW2, auto, AC, 4
door, Call Rightway Automotive
Credit at 284-0028.
2001 Saturn L300, Loaded, Sun-
roof, Toys $10,495. Call Ray Carter
Kia at 771-6078
2002 Saturn SL-I, Only 9,000 Miles
$8,888. Call Bill Adams at 964-7500
2004 Saab 9-5, only 5k miles, auto,
sunroof, leather, new at $38,500 save
at $24,985. Call Ash Tisdelle at
269-2617
2003 Toyota Corolla S, sporty,
PW, PL, CD, cassette, moonroof, 34k
miles, Call Rightway Automotive
Credit at 284-0028.
2003 VW New Beetle Turbo S, 6
Speed, Gray, Super Low Miles, $18,275.
Call Ash Tisdelle at 269-2617
1994 VW Beetle 1.8 Turbo, Auto,


Blue, Sunroof, 17" wheels, only
$19,425. Call Ash Tisdelle at 269-
2617
2004 VW Passat, GLS, Mnrf
Leather, $20,500, Call Gordon*
Chevrolet at 272-2200
2002 VW Jetta, Black Beauty, Gas
Saver $ I1,995. Call Ray Carter Kia
at 771-6078
2000 Volkswagen Bug, all power
opt., very clean, $5,995. Call Frank
Griffin at 269-1033
2001 Volkswagen Bug GLS Turbo,
leather, sunroof, PW, PL, cruise, alloy
wheels, loaded, must see! $11,990.
Call Frank Griffin at 269-1033
2003 Volkswagen Jetta GLI, 6 cyl.,
AC, PW., PL, CD,. alloy wheels, sun-
roof, leather, must see! $13,995. Call
Frank Griffin at 269-1033


2005 Buick Rendezvous, $18,183.
Call Garber Automall at 264-2442


2000 Chevrolet Blazer, auto, 4
door, power everything. Call Right-


01 Mitsubishi Galant ES 01 Ford Escort ZX2 99 Ford Windstar LX
4 Dr, 4 Cyl., AC, PW, 2 Dr, 4 Cyl, Auto, 4 Dr, V6, Auto, AC, PW, PL,,
S: Alloys .- T CC, CD, Alloys
$7,995 $6,995 $6,995

95 Jeep Grand Cherokee LTD 95 Chevrolet Astro Pass.Van 95 Cadillac Sedan DeVille
. 4 Dr, V6, Auto, AC, PS, PW, PL TW,. 4 Dr, V6, Auto, AC, PS, PW, PL,. 4Dr, V6, Auto, AC, PW,(
CC, CD, Leather, Alloys TW, CC, Alloys PL, TW, CC, Cass, CD
$4,995 $5,995 $4,995

00 Mercury Mountaineer 00 Dodge Durango SLT 00 Oldsmobile Alero
4 Dr, V8, Auto, AC, PS, PW, PL, TW, 4 Dr, V8, Auto, AC, PW, PL 4 Dr, 4Cyl, Auto, AC
CC, CD, Leather, /-llo W, CC, CD, /-:11.,s TW, PW, PL, CC, Leather, Alloys
$9,995 $9,395 $5,995

94 Ford Explorer 01 Ford Taurus 01 Oldsmobile Silhouette
4 Dr, 4x4, V6, Auto, AC, PW, 4 Dr, V6, Auto, AC, 4 Dr, V6, Auto, AC, PW, PL,
Leather, Alloys PW, PL,TW, CC, CD TW, CD, Alloys
$1,850 Cash! $8,595 $9,595

99 Lincoln Town Car 98 Dodge Ram X-Cab 94 Ford Explorer XLT
Presidential 2 Dr, V8, Auto, AC, PW, PL, 4 Dr, V6, Auto, AC, PW, PL,
4 Dr V8 Auto AC PS, PW, PL, TW, CC, CD, Alloys, Bedliner TW, CC, Cassette, Alloys
T, CC, CD, Leather, Aloys $ $4 995
$8,595 $9,595 $4,995
99 Ford Taurus SE 98 Lincoln Towncar 95 Nissan Quest
4 Dr, V6, Auto, AC, 4 Dr, V8, Auto, AC, PS, PW, PL, 4 Dr, V6, Auto, AC, PS, PW, PL, TW
PW, PL, TW, CC, CD, Alloys I TW, CC, CD, Leather, Alloys CC, CD, Leather, Alloys
$6,995 $8,995 $4,995

01 Mercury Sable 00 Chevrolet Silverado 00 Chevrolet Malibu
4 Dr, V6, Auto, AC, PS, PW, PL, 2 Dr, V8, Auto, AC, PW, PL, TW, 4 Dr, V6, Auto, AC,
TW, CC, CD, Leather, Alloys CC, CD, Alloys, Bedliner TW, CC; Alloys
$9,595 $7,495 $6,995

00 Chrysler Cirrus LX 98 Nissan Frontier P/U 00 Chevrolet Malibu
4 Dr, 4Cyl, Auto, AC, PW, PL, 2 Dr, 4 Cyl., 5 Spd., AC 4 Dr, V6, Auto, AC, TW,
TWCC, Cass CC, Cass., Alloys
$7,995 $5,595 $7,995



IWe .: 0


way Automotive Credit at 284-
0028
2000 Chevy Tahoe LT, leather,
alloy wheels, barn doors, fully loaded,
black, must see $10,499. Call Frank
Griffin at 269-1033
2004 Chevy Trailblazer, only 33k
miles. Call Rightway Automotive
Credit at 284-0028
2001 Chevy 1500 LT X-Cab, Must
See!, $17,850. Call Bill Adams at
964-7500
2005 Chevy Astro, $17,234. Call
Garber Automall at 264-2442
2005 Chevy Astro LS, Dual AC,
PL, Only I I k Miles, $1 7,400. Call
Gordon Chevrolet at 272-2200
2003 Chevy Avalanche, $22,189.
Call Garber Automall at 264-2442
2002 Chevy Avalanche 4X4,
$21,431 I. Call Garber Automall at
264-2442
2005 Chevy Avalanche 1500,
Never Been Titled!, $8,500 Off
MSRP. Call Bill Adams at 964-7500


-USED TRUCKS

AND SU


2002 Chevy Blazer LS, Grey, Nice
Ride, Loaded, $10,495. Call Ray
Carter Kia at 771-6078
2002 Chevy Blazer LS, 4 Door, PL,
CD, CC, $11,900. Call Gordon
Chevrolet at 272-2200
2004 Chevy Blazer, Only 8k miles,
Must See!, $16,888. Call Bill Adams
at 964-7500
2005 Chevy Express Cargo Van,
Must See!, $18,888. Call Bill Adams
at 964-7500
2002 Chevy Silverado, $15,921.
Call Garber Automall at 264-2442
2002 Chevy Silverado, $18,284.
Call Garber Automall at 264-2442
2002 Chevy Silverado 4X4,
$20,489. Call Garber Automall at
264-2442
2002 Chevy Silverado 4X4,
$20,672. Call Garber Automall at
264-2442
2004 Chevy Silverado 4X4,
$23,805. Call Garber Automall at
264-2442
2004 Chevy Silverado 4X4,
$23,31 I. Call Garber Automall at
264-2442
2002 Chevy Silverado 4X4,
$22,3 12. Call Garber Automall at
264-2442
2002 Chevy Silverado, $26,350.
Call Garber Automall at 264-2442
2002 Chevy Silverado, $22,412.
Call Garber Automall at 264-2442
2003 Chevy Silverado, $14,745.
Call Garber Automall at 264-2442
2003 Chevy Silverado, $18,212.
Call Garber Automall at 264-2442
2003 Chevy Silverado, $19,289.
Call Garber Automall at 264-2442
2003 Chevy Silverado, $18,834.
Call Garber Automall at 264-2442
2004 Chevy Silverado, $20,917.
Call Garber Automall at 264-2442
2005 Chevy Silverado, $25,367.
Call Garber Automall at 264-2442
2000 Chevy Suburban LT, 4X4,
Full Power, Leather, $11,800. Call
Gordon Chevrolet at 272-2200
1999 Chevy Suburban, $11,252.
Call Garber Automall at 264-2442
2002 Chevy Suburban, $19,987.
Call Garber Automall at 264-2442
2002 Chevy S 10 Crew Cab, 4X4,
PL, Tilt, CC, $15,900. Call Gordon
Chevrolet at 272-2200
2001 Chevy Tahoe, $15,689. Call
Garber Automall at 264-2442
2002 Chevy Tahoe 4X4, $23,927.
Call Garber Automall at 264-2442
2004 Chevy Tahoe, $22,398. Call


Od6ber 13,2005


CRUISIN CLAY COUNTY


Section C-4






CRUISING CLAY COUNTY.


Section C-5


Garber Automall at 264-2442
2005 Chevy Trailblazer, $21,850.
Call Garber Automall at 264-2442
2005 Chevy Trailblazer, $21,614.
Call Garber Automall at 264-2442
2005 Chevy Trailblazer, $21,423.
Call Garber Automall at 264-2442
2005 Chevy Uplander, $22,616.
Call Garber Automall at 264-2442
2005 Dodge Dakota Ext Cab SLT
Laramie, only 600 miles!, leather, V8
, loaded, like new $19,999. Call
Frank Griffin at 269-1033
2004 Dodge Durango SLT 4x4,
AC, PW, PL, tilt, cruise, power seat,
alloy wheels, 3rd row seating $19,999.
Call Frank Griffin at 269-1033
2005 Dodge Durango SLT,
leather, alloy wheels, fully loaded,
huge savings $20,899. Call Frank
Griffin at 269-1033
1999 Dodge Ram 1500 Magnum,
V8, extended cab, auto, AC, PL, PW,
work ready. Call Rightway Automo-
tive Credit at 284-0028
2003 Dodge Ram 1500 SLT
Laramie Hemi, 20" wheels, AT,,
AC, must see! $20,899. Call Frank
Griffin at 269-1033
2004 Dodge Ram 1500 SLT Quad
Cab Hemi, 20" wheels, AT, AC,
PW, PL, tilt, cruise, very clean, must
see! $20,899. Call Frank Griffin at
269-1033
2005 Dodge Ram 1500 SLT Quad
Cab, V8. AT, AC, PW. PL, tilt, cruise,
CD. loaded, alloy wheels $21,990.
Call Frank Griffin at 269-1033
2004 Dodge Dakota, $12,897. Call
Garber Automall at 264-2442
2005 Dodge Dakota, $20,382. Call
Garber Automall at 264-2442
2001 Dodge Durango SLT,


Loaded, Leather, Dual AC, $10,995.
Call Ray Carter Kia at 771-6078
2001 Ford Excursion 4X4,
$18,962. Call Garber Automall at
264-2442
2001 Ford Explorer 4X4, Lots of
Toys, $12,495. Call Ray Carter Kia
at 771-6078
2002 Ford Explorer 4X4, It's a
Beauty!, $12,995. Call Ray Carter
Kia at 771-6078
1996 Ford Explorer XLT, Leather,
V8, 2WD, 4DR, $4,500. Call Gordon
Chevrolet at 272-2200
2004 Ford F-I50 4X4, $25,781.
Call.Garber Automall at 264-2442
2005 Ford F-150 4X4, $21,721.
Call Garber Automall at 264-2442
2004 Ford F-I50 STX, $15,987.
Call Garber Automall at 264-2442
2002 Ford FI 50 XLT, $17,386.
Call Garber Automall at 264-2442
2005 Ford FI50 XLT, $24,895.
Call Garber Automall at 264-2442.
2003 Ford F-250 SD XLT, 4X4, PL,
Tilt, CC, $11,800. Call Gordon
Chevrolet at 272-2200
2004 Ford F-250 XLT Crew Cab
Diesel, Must See!, $32,888. Call Bill
Adams.at 964-7500
2001 I Ford Expedition XLT 4x4,
small V8. AT. AC. rear AC, 3rd row
seating, loaded $13,895. Call Frank
Griffin at 269-1033
2003 Ford Explorer XLT, AT, AC,
PW, PL.tilt.cruise. low miles $15,699.
Call Frank Griffin at 269-1033
2005 Ford Explorer XLT Eddie
Bauer Edt., all power opt., clean car
$24,997. Call Frank Griffin at 269-1033
2000 Ford F I50 XLT, 2 to choose

SEE MORE AUTOMOBILES ON PG. 9


KNCANCYSUUIAS :


Who Can Give You A .
BETTER PRICE .
BETTER MILEAGE
BETTER WARRANTY.:

, (-S o
Ai-


AF .m.- r



HAP


Slp/M-uHI


'05 CLOSEOUT CLEARANCE SALE!
OVER -LJ r [IN REBATES.
OV.ER. AVAILABLE

'05 FORENZI A


5 FAW,21"


-1P cir
j lieriig lr6. *wi R allh
w/integrated audio controls Power windows / locks / mirrors CD player w/ 8 speakers,




AT900 KEN CHANCE
MON-SAT. 9 -9:00 ,00 SUN: 12:00 6:00
r,.. I .. Call For Appointment: J A


MON.FRI 7:30 6:00 :' .',
SA. 8:00 12:00 Jeff or Brian


WA 'r-F9 a4M
www.kenchanceysuzuki.com


- wY 12 5C SA AV 1 8!n7 0


J.D. Byrider has become
the nation's large s t usedcar
franchise b., oferini fact credit
approval and quality cars It,
customers that otherwiSe might
not be able to: find a good car at
.. ,-an affordable cost The Good to
m at J D. B',rider blends he cus.:nmer need fcr a
qUa car and affordable finran.: ng ,th pr:oram t.hat1
provide beer car ca re :pe ,:e ae mAn r,:i nd the ,opp'rtuli,
to rebuild credit.


J.D. Byrider offers
customers way more
than a car.
Better cars. Affordable payments.
: Beler"ear care', Thats what you
get atJ.D Byrider. Shop today and
"ge bterie.'c-a hat's backed bt a
.CARFAX Branded
STitle Check or request
115-point inspection
Fst ,pprc.'al F'r,:ce.
12 l.1nltrl12 J00 r..iile
0Lirnited Warranl,.


With the


J.D. Byrider

System You'll Be Good to Go!


Building relationships with
customers really has been the key
Sjo success Gening
.the quality car they
e. ~a financing..
program that's
affordable and a
service protection
program o1 help guard against
rnalor repair costs has produced
ihousair-inds of :satlfieci J D Byrider
customers. "I really believe in
J.D. Byrider. It's a great corrparn,,
and they really stand behind the
products they sell." .


Even with blemished or slow credit, J.D. Byrider's exclusive
relationship with CNAC offers what no other buy here/pay here franchise
can do: match good, hard-working people with quality cars and affordable
payments, while building a relationship based on trust. One cuslomer
says, "The salespeople at J.D. Byrider, they imnade
me feel like they trusted me...they made it possible
for me to get a car, even with my bad credit. Their
payments fit my budget perfectly. I drove away that
night in a pickup truck that I am using every day and
it's fantastic."



"I know what it takes to build a
winning team and J.D. Byrider's got it."
Tony Slewart Chni.a piir Race Dnri.-r


By offering a fast and easy
credit approval system, and
same day drive away, J.D. Byrider
is helping customers all over North
America get solid transportation
while strengthening and rebuilding
their credit.


7739 Blanding Boulevard Jacksonville, FL 32244 904-908-4403 Cars. Credit. Care.
1/4 mile rirIl-, tr,:,m I -295) .. .. www.DrivedDB corm ..........
r > .'.. ..-- -. .--- '.' ,. l . *9e *1b*


I.


onrf r 1 .';-0n0i


imLmLY


uclooer 10, /-UUC)


$11,995 or only:
19 9/mcp


1.!,


I





Section C-6 CRUISIN CLAY COUNTY October 13, 2005


Road Worthy!


Rugged, practical & capable:

2006 Ford F-250 Super Duty


By Ken Chester, Jr.
MotorNews Media Corporation
- The F-250 Super Dutypickup is Ford's
point-of-entry in the commercial end of
the light truck market, engineered and
equipped to haul substantial weight along
with a complement of full-grown adults -
- be it farm, sale barn or work site. As a re-
sult, Ford offers a menu of configurations
for this truck model so consumers may se-
lect the best truck combination to fit
and/or meet their specific needs.
Built at the automaker's Kentucky
Light Truck Plant in Louisville, Ky., the
F-250 Super Duty is powered by a trio of ;
brawny engines: the Triton 5.4L V8, Tri- A
ton 6.8L V10 or a powerful Power Stroke
6.0L V8 turbo diesel. Torque is commu-
nicated to the ground through a six- A
speed manual with overdrive or a
five-speed TorqShift automatic.
Driveline choices include two- or
four-wheel drive systems in Regular, '


-- ~: ~


pickup truck
SuperCahb (extended). and Crew Cahb
,.,;nfigiii ations File "hcelbase
Ilan kinllt elll[ aIllh \ for a "shofl"
cai go bed 1613 4 1 [(i i longn" cai ,(o
bediS l.f if. Trim n cl'iceL JinluiIde XL.
XLT. Lariat and King Rainch.
Last \ear. the Super DI[ pickups
reeivedi a newv exieiol design anda
major i design n of the chassis -- i, ith
an emphasis on capability .
For 2(1,iii. the F-250( Super D[)u
pickup iecei\es the follow ingI up-
grades. enhancenients and ne"
equipment packages. Fift -state
i emissions are no standard for
diesel-cquipped models: 211-inch
polished aluminum forged wheels
are available on Crew Cab 4\4, Lari-
at. King Ranch and Amarillo. King
Ranch add-, the follow ing
e e\xteior paint combinations -- Black
U Clearcoat Arizona Beige and True
Blue Metallic Clearcoat Arizona
' Beige. New Amarillo Package


HRYWLUP


* '~4.* ~~'*


Vt,+
fip;:


iw


j.


A


wiI


V ITA V IVA V


CRUISIN CLAY COUNTY


October 13, 2005


Section C-6


-- r+


tit






Octnb~~~~~~~~~r 1.20CUSNCLYCU TSetoC-


includes the following: Blazing Yellow ex-
terior paint, 18-inch polished aluminum
forged wheels, brushed aluminum door
trim, black leather seating surfaces with
Amarillo logo and chrome accents inside
and out. New Chrome Package available
on XLT and Lariat SuperCab and Crew
Cab includes chrome grille, exhaust tip,
tow hooks, mirror caps, pickup bed tie-
downs and five-inch tubular step bars.
On the road, the F-250 Super Duty
equipped with the optional Power Stroke
turbo diesel engine and the TorqShift au-
tomatic performs smoothly. The power-
train responds seamlessly to driver inputs
and the truck overall is very mannerable
at speed. Off-road manuevers are also


capable, sure and solid.
The heart and soul of the Super Duty
pickup is a robust ladder-type frame that
features a fully boxed strong front sec-
tion, resulting in above average torsional
stiffness. Bolted to this foundation is sus-
pension hardware which includes a front
independent twin I-beam with coil
springs, shock absorbers and stabilizer
bar (2WD) or non-independent twin coil
monobeam axle with stabilizer bar
(4WD). The rear suspension hardware is
configured with a non-independent live
axle with leaf springs, shock absorbers
and a stabilizer bar.
In the cabin, displays and control are
straightforward and functional: There are


several "power points" to plug in addition-
at electrical equipment, such as cellular
phones and laptop computers. The dri-
ver's view of the road is good, enhanced by
a novel "cut away" side window design. The
leather 40/20/40 bench seat in the up-
scale Lariat model is very comfortable.
A 60/40 rear bench seat is available on
several models that features a fold-flat
load floor, grocery hooks, integrated cup
holders and head restraints.

Quick vehicle stats
Regular cab
Wheelbase: 137.0; overall length: 226.4;
width: 79.9; height: 4x2 -- 76.3,
4x4 -- 80.3..
SuperCab -- short wheelbase.
XVWh-elbase. 141.S: o% erall length: 231.2;
width. 79.9 height: 4x2 -- 76.8,
4x4 -- S .1:..
SutperC.ab -1- ln3 ivhcelbase
Wheelbase- 158.0.o\ erall Ie ngth:1247.4;
width- 7',.9; height: 4\2 -- 77.3,
4 x4 --S03.. 8*
(.yre% rah -- short hleelba.se
Wheelbase: 156.2; oeri all lenigdh:245.8:
width: 79.9 SRW:- heighl: 4x2--- 77.0,
4 4 --77.1. : '
Crt cab -- long wheelbase
Wheelbase: 172.4; overall length: 262.0;
width: 79.9; height: 4x2 --77.3, 4x4 -- 80.0.
All measurements in inches.
Engine: 5.4L V8 -- 300 hp at 5,000 rpm
and 365 lbs-ft of torque at 3,750 rpm; 6.8L,
V10 --362 hp at 4,750 rpm and 457 1b-ft of
torque at 3,250 rpm; and the 6.0L V8


turbo diesel -- 325 hp at 3,300 rpm and
570 lbs-ft of torque at 2,000 rpm.
Transmission: six-speed manual with
overdrive, five-speed TorqShift automatic.
Payload capacity: 5,800 lbs.
Towing capacity: 12,500 lbs.

Safety features
Dual front airbags, four-wheel disc
brakes with anti-lock, conventional spare
tire and front tow hooks, BlockerBeam
front bumper underride protection sys-
tem, battery saver, fail-safe engine cool-
ing system, side-impact door beams.
Lariat adds fog lights, automatic power
door locks, remote keyless entry and au-
tomatic headlamp control.
Optional safety features include limited
slip rear axle, reverse vehicle aid sensor, skid
plate package-- transfer case and fuel tank
(4x4 only) and power adjustable pedals.

Warranty
Basic: 3-year/36,000 mile, bumper-to-
bumper.
Corrosion: 5-year/50,000 mile.
Roadside assistance: 3-year/36,000
mile, 24-hour.

Pricing
The base Manufacturer's Suggested
Retail Price (MSRP) for the 2006 Ford F-
250 Super Duty pickup truck starts from
$22,445 for the F-250 Regular Cab XL
2WD up to $42,700 for the F-250 King
Ranch Crew Cab 4WD. Destination
charge adds $850.


Section C-7


CRUISIN CLAY COUNTY


October 13 2005





October 13, 2005


Section C-8


d CHEVROLET

^ OF STARKE

A wAy 4( h
THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL.


R 0 IOAg N A Certif ed
REOUI~J~i ON .jmi &MHWAY, C a


2004 CHEVY VENTURE
SALE PRICE: *14,588
There are many Chevrolet dealers.
When customer convenience and quality of
service matter, Bill Adams Chevrolet of Starke
is the dealer that MAKES THE DIFFERENCE
and always at the


Ocala museum keeps

visitors well occupied


By Debbie Israel Messer, Staff
disraelmesser@jcpgroup.comi
SILVER SPRINGS- Marion County is
known for having acres of green grass,
horses, water slides, and oh yes, the home
ofJohn Travolta.
While a daytrip.to the area may not
uncommon for Clay County residents,


ton Center.
Injust less than two hours, you can be
at the museum, and easily spend the bet-
ter part of the day there.
Besides wandering through the mu-
seum, if U pick theriglht dit, therewill
be videos or presentations shown in the
on-site250-:ear.i:nIphiithliatic or airt
workshop ti auttenrl.


The Appleton Museum in Ocala contains five major galleries as well as an
auditorium and workshop space.


the next day trip you take should include
avisittothc Appleu-ito MsNILuIminstlIl'cI
Springs' p,'I tiLn of Ociala at I he Apple-


The, range of art throughout the
OCALA conltiNii'd oin I',fL C-l 1


Over 150 Vehicles in Stock!





'02 VW PASSAT GLS TURBO '02 FORD ESCAPE XLT
Balance o Faory Wanr t En, mi al arnd om V-6, Auto. Air 4 Wheel DOnive, 6 Dik CD,
tr i Dependable 4 ul., 4uto.r i PoaIir 'indoiv Power VWndoms, Power Locks Cruise,
PoLer LoDks, Cruise. CD Pnred lo a OuiL, Salet Al.l W.eels Warrant.. Only
$13,888 $11,988
w-
: L2 ;:,,," ;;F ':::,'Y:.:": :7 : : .,...''..:,.. ."=': .:,..;..A.kr ,',,.,,.'V.


: (904) 964.7500 / .,: .
-- .- 1.888-.4-1CHEVY ,''
Hwy 301 North *Starke, FL -- STARKE'.
...- .-. www,starkechevrolet.com. . . .


'04 JEEP WRANGLER '02 CADILLAC DEVILLE
Soft Top Unlimited Model, 6 Cyl., Auto, Air, 4 Door, Pearl Paint with Beige, Low Miles,
Showroom Condition, Warranty. Save $$ Warranty, Too Many Options to List, Must Sell!
$20388 $16,988
76 Point Inspection on Every Vehicle We Sell,
No Delivery Fees, Carfax on all Vehicles!

(904)215-9500
1577 WELLS ROAD ORANGE PARK, FL
www.hartgreenmotors.com.........


.CR.UISIN CLAY 'COUNTY






October 13, 2005 CRUISIN CLAY COUNTY Section C-9


AutS S *ov



,Srvc Direcor


j CO Quality Work at a fair price.
Understanding our customers needs and concerns

,* *Impressing our customers

Common,Courtesy

Keeping our customer, infoied.


That is what the "QUICK" method means here at
0 CLAY COUNTY TRANSMISSION


ORANGE PARK
264-2874


MIDDLEBURG
282-9771


2485 County Road 220
Orange Park, FL 32068
Phone: 904-264-2874


2456 Blanding Blvd.
Middleburg, FL 32068
Phone: 904-282-9771


CLAY COUNTY'S CLEANEST AUTO SERVICE FACILITIES

* Complete Auto Repair & Service
* Brakes Tune-Up Diagnostics t .
*A/C Specialists R12 to R134 Conversions
* Jasper Engines & Transmissions
M-W .V R@9 Luxurious Customer


SGEICO IS RIGHT DOWN THE STREET.


GEICO


Aulo and .:vcle insurance
Irrmm.Edilaie coera e b, phone
Louv dovn-r.aymrreni
Co:n.enieni pa,menr plan 5
Ruuri.iihe-.:loc i. m Sli er..:


3035 Bravo Ct., Orange Park wwW.O'liniar @umoivl.Io


Waiting Lounge
25 YEARS EXPERIENCE


On average, drivers who switched to
Allstate saved $338 a year. Call me today.
215-2121

Jane Diloreto
1405 KINGSLEY AVE
ORANGE PARK Allstate.
a068157@ allstate.com ou'rin od hand.
Based on information reported by 5,291 new customers who purchased directly from an Allstate Customer Information Center. Actual savings will vary.
Insurance offered only with select companies and subject to availability and qualifications. Allstate Insurance-Company and Allstate Property and Casualty
Insurance Company: Northbrook, IL. 2005 Allstate Insurance Company


FRANK BUTTERFIELD 264-1223
I .61 .) Park A, c Sui l. ... ( irg Park

Grand Opening
E)URLIIY 0 Specials


Family Owned & Operated Since 1994
FULL SERVICE FACILITY
"We will beat any written estimate"
(904) 406-4895
1851 Blanding Blvd.
Middleburg,FL 32068 Confe visit
Hours: Monday Friday 8- Ocatiotln ac
Saturday By Appointmeni t4 She5ris
Sunday See you at Middleburg United M -i Ir:,t i' Cr ..i:r, ..'.


* A/C Check $9.95
* C.V Shafts ~ $99.95
Lifetime Warranty
* Oil Changes $17.95
Everyday While you wait...
Using Napa Premium Oil & Filter
our Lew
Stationn: ow&AI


from, work ready. Call Rightway Au-
tomotive Credit at 284-0028
2000 Ford F250 Diesel Ext Cab,
AC, low miles, ready to work $15,699.
Call Frank Griffin at 269-1033
2002 Ford F250 Powerstroke
Diesel, AT, fully loaded $18,999.
Call Frank Griffin at 269-1033
1999 GMC Suburban LS, 3rd row
seating, AC, rear AC,. PW, PL, tilt,
cruise, loaded, clean $6,999. Call
Frank Griffin at 269-1033
2002 GMC Yukon Denali XL, only
30k miles, leather, sunroof, chrome
wheels, fully loaded, must see $24,999.
Call Frank Griffin at 269-1033
2000 GMC Sierra Quad Cab, V8,
AT, AC, 4WD, PW, PL, tilt, cruise,
loaded, clean $24,999. Call Frank
Griffin at 269-1033
2000 GMC Sonoma, auto, 4 door,
power everything. Call Rightway Au-
tomotive Credit at 284-0028
2004 GMC Sierra, V6, AC, Work
Truck, $1 1,900. Call Gordon
Chevrolet at 272-2200
2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee DVD,
fully loaded, only 16k miles $19,999.
Call Frank Griffin at 269-1033
2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee Lare-
do, AC, PW, PL, tilt, cruise, alloy
wheels $18,395. Call Frank Griffin
at 269-1033-.
0.ZjeefLiberty Limjrited Edititjr.


alloys, AT, 6 cyl., PW, PL, tilt, cruise,
CD, loaded, extra clean $10,999. Call
Frank Griffin at 269-1033
2003 Jeep Liberty 4x4, AT, 6 cyl.,
all power opt., low miles $16,299.
Call Frank Griffin at 269-1033
2004 Jeep Wrangler, 4" suspension
lift, 33x 12.50 tires on eagle alloys, AC,
tilt, cruise, only 9k miles $22,999.
Call Frank Griffin at 269-1033
2004 jeep Wrangler Unlimited
Hardtop, full doors, 6 cyl., AT, AC, al-
loys, only 9k miles, like new $20,499.
Call Frank Griffin at 269-1033
2001 Jeep Cherokee Sport, 2WD,
AC, PL, CC, $10,500. Call Gordon
Chevrolet at 272-2200
2004 Jeep Liberty, All The Toys!,
$15,995. Call Ray Carter Kia at
771-6078
2005 Kia Sorento, A Steal!,
$19,995. Call Ray Carter Kia at
771-6078
2000 Nissan Frontier Crew Cab,
AT, AC, PW, PL, CD, hard bed cover
$9,999. Call Frank Griffin at
269-1033
2002 Nissan Xterra, AT, CD, tilt,
alloy wheels, roof rack, tow pkg., side
step, like new $20,499. Call Frank
Griffin at 269-1033
1993 Toyota SRX Pickup, Must
See!, $3,995. Call Bill Adams at
^9644Si0c:/


Ca, r MeCet

Organizers

Domestic, Foreign New & Classic


WANTS TO ADVERTISE
WHEN & WHERE YOU MEET.



S264 3200

ion Cantrell

with your schedules.


October 13, 2005


CRUISIN CLAY COUNTY


Section C-9


I I





Section C-1O CRUISIN CLAY COUNTY October 13, 2005


OFQFESSIONAI


---4


AUTOMOTIVE
/VL4 v~y V~v^'1 1 L IRI.w i


Accessorize
Your Ride in Shle
Mobile Entertainment \ent Visors
Bug Dellector Rear Obsticle Sensors
Sunroni Leather Interior Custom
Exhaust Custom EDash Kits Remote-
Start Wheels & Tirs & Tor-ing Package
Spray in Bedliners Karen Zavatson
and much, much, MORE! 264-2442
Garber AutoMall
"In the Chevrolet Dealership"

SHOP ONLINE AT,
www.ashvw.com
Hundreds of Cars to Choose From!
Foreign & Domestic

SWASHE TISDELD E P
Expect Good Things To Happen O .
1481 WELLS ROAD ORANGE PARK


CHEVROLET ORANGE PARK

272-2200
1166 BLANDING BLVD.
5 MILES SOUTH OF THE ORANGE PfRK MRflL


:TONS IN STOCK!
Used Cars, Trucks,
SUV's & Vans Ready
for Immediate Delivery!
*


COLLISION REPAIR
SPEC IALISTS
.ALL MAKES AND MODELS_:s


CALL TODAY!
(904) 964-7500
S- -888-4-1-CHEVY
US Hwy 301 Nonh Slarke FL
. OF Visit our wbsile at:
5TARKE www.starkechevroleL.com-


K


Oil and Filter Change ~ $15.95
Includes Free Tire Rotation,
and 27 Point Inspection
Alignment Check ~-$12.95
215-9500
1577 Wells Rd. Orange Park
~,yv www.hartgreenmotors.cornm


a


Used Cars & Trucks
V VEHICLE HISTORY V MANuFACTuRER RECALL CHECK
V FAIR MARKET T PRICING V ODOMETER CHECK
V TITLE CHECK V PROBLEM CHECK
V CONDITION CHECK VJDAWUMMOEY-BACK GUARANTEE
Mike Shad Nissan
of Orange Park 269-9400


Volkswagen
Service & Parts
Collision Center
/ASH TISDELLE
Expect Good Things To Happen
269-2603 1
1481 WELLS ROAD ORANGE PARK I





Collision Center
-:., -." ''i t 4 .., ,- aSfj "-O_-"

904-264-2442
CLT-0038-3705


OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY
1515 Wells Rd., 278-2385

Don't Fight the Traffic!
CALL TODAY!
(904) 964-7500
LET 1-888-4-1-CHEVY
Si. D LE-T US Hwy 301 North Starke, FL
y OF Visit our website at:-
STARKE www.starkechevrolet.com
We won't be undersold!
Take the short 20 minute drive
to Chevy of Starke and we will!
S- -----save--'- MONEY!


Our friendly, professional staff will exceed your
expectations for personal service making your car
buying experience easy and enjoyable.
Cool Cars Cool Price Cool Warranty
... ) 771-6078
Russell Maugalindan Randy Rodriguez 6373 Blanding Blvd. www.raycarterkia.com


CRUISE INTO
HART GREEN MOTORS
Choose from Over 150
Fully
Serviced & *A
Inspected,
Quality, ,
Pre-Owned
Vehicles! "
21w S-Oeeo
1577 Weils Rd OrangePark


GORDON
CHEVROLET ORANGE PARK



l6B272-o2200
1166 Blanding S tlSo of the OP Mal)S


610 N. Orange Ave.
Green Cove
Springs

284-0028


DEAN
REINEKE


October 13, 2005


CRUISIN CLAY COUNTY


Section C-10


WI 1







'O....r..3. 2RCC.C


OCALA from page. C-8

collections is breathtaking..
The museum's collections include
pre-Columbian, American, Asian,
African, Islamit, European and con-


of the old masters, starting.with artists
from the lsoo00's, tliiough t[he iC r'nII da\.1.
Them seum opened in iDecember
1987 and was built originally to house
collections of Arthur Appleton, the re-
tired president of Appleton Electric


As with much of Marion County horses are even present at the Appleton Museum.


temporary art
For an art lover this is heaven on
earth. The collections include oils to
water color and ceramics to sculpture.
Besides the collections, the museum
hosts traveling art exhibitions including
an exhibition of Marc Chagall that
ended in August.
Current exhibitions include ink on
paper and ceramic by a contemporary
artist, Cephas Wong, of Singapore and
woodblock prints that feature South Sea
and Northern Asian individuals by Paul
Ja,-- i l r et. The exhibition will be avail-
able until Nov. 13.
The woodblock prints are on loan
from the Daytona Beach Museum of
Arts and Sciences and according to the
museum website constitute one-third of
Jaco leiIe_ output as an artist.
The next exhibition starts Dec. 3 and
will feature the legacy of artists who
have attempted to follow in the footsteps










Name: Appleton Museum
Directions: The museum is located 8 miles
east of I- 75 on SR40 (also named Silver
Springs) or 62 niles i ..-es[ of 1-95 on Florida
40 at 4333 Silver Spring., Boulevard
Why visit here This museum houses world-
class art collections within a short driving dis-
tance from Clay County
Best family spot: If your family needs cooling
down after hours in the museurni they can
take in the Silver Springs Water Slides
Places to eat: Lots of chains, and fast food
places. For barbeque try Fred Fleming's Fa-
mous Bar-B-Que at 2415 SW College Road-
hot and lots of it,
Places to stay: Virtually every chain is repre-
sented in the Ocala/Silver Springs area with
prices ranging from less than $50 to more
than $100. Online travel sites can be helpful
in comparing prices, including sidestep.cornm,
which will compare prices tor you.
Places to play:
Co-located at the 44-acre Appleton Center are
the Ocala Civic Theatre and the Pioneer Gar-
den. The theatre runs regular shows, including
the next play, "Harvey a well known classic
comedy that features bachelor Elwood P.
Down and his best friend a six-foot tall rabbit
by the name of Harvey.
Just five minutes west on SR 40 is the well-
known Silver Springs waterslide attraction.
Contact information: Call (352) 291-4460 for
information or visit the museum's website at
www. appletonmuseum.org. For the Ocala
'*ivAc!The.rre'catl 13521 86'-2274 .. ..


Company of Chicago.
Owned originally as joint property
by Central rlm i. ,I Community College


and Florida State University, the muse-
um is now owned entirely by the com-
munity college
With the city of Ocala's donation of


land, the original struc-
ture was constructed
with five galleries, a
250-seat a uditori ti in,
offices and administra-
tive space.
A 20,001.i.l-sq ;ue-f loo
wing %%as co-stiructed
with thehelp of Apple-
ton, his wife Martha and
his sister Edith-Marie
Appleton in 1996 by
Florida StateUniversity.
The museum is.a
part of a 44-acre com-
plex that includes the
Ocala Cultural Center
and the Pioneer Gar-
den Club.,
A. picnic lunch is a
perfect (6wa ,ti take ad-
vantage of the outdoor
space, which includes a
series of reflecting pools.
The museum is open
Tuesday through Satur-
day, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and
Sunday noon to 5 p.m.
Admission is: adults,
$6; seniors, educators
and ,iii ii Mai. idi nrs
over 18, $4; youth 10-18
years old, $3; an d 9 and
under, free.
If you can get a
group of 15 t,'..a-il, ir.


lii il q_.II Iit orHIlNha% e a gtc)i p-g hilled
[IuIl I buit al-srcjcei% e addition nal idmui-
*nfII diculinr%. BII% di iVs.ch peRII
Mn I n-oiL 1) ual Imemberrs all I et. ill fit-.


, '- '.


.~r'*


Visitors are greeted by two Chinese dragons that adorn
both sides of the entrance to the Appleton Museum.


SHOPONLINE M KS S S ,CRS&TUKSOE 2 ORSADY


*E l I X1I..U .MIKESHAD.COM m.. ..I m.;r iA..1 m iHanu nu..m.ur ,.ll i Mn- P. .KES.aiM .w 11.i ] -.. .-w
0. V... ..V" VEHICLE HISTORY V MANUFACTURER RECALL CHECK _
SV FAIR MARKET PRICING V ODOMETER CHECK
|V TITLE CHECK V PROBLEM CHECK
i Used Cars & Trucks V CONDITION CHECK V'3 DAYI150 MIMONEY-BACK GUARANTEE



0.


02 KIA SPECTRA 98 FORD EXPLORER VS AWD 00 FORD EXPLORER XLT 00 MAZDA MPV [
S4,881 s5,894 s6,481 s6.581









-4




]-A.
.99 99 COLTDCHER.O."EE n \CCE E 6AP 03 CHELIDDE BAUEP LER CONLCO

















U s. s 7 ss |0,982'
S s6,8 1 1l0,981 ,,92 0








, i4]',n-.x<-.];, MIKESHAD.COM ',11 Mike Shad. Nissan CA|L -877-208-6635 I
of Orange Park CHXI01 FE AR ES unCEI LB01 ANS iir LE
of Ot I _maong Pnrkat:ra g ah.a.om AOL Ke.ord. AutoNaUor,


-M-Aft- =11144-F].WJ.71= MllfCCUAnCnM =111all-Fl.wr.11m mlml:C"AftenM MIKESHAD-COM


Section C-11


CRUBIN CLAY COUNTY


October 13 2005




October 13, 2005


CRUISIN CLAY COUNTY


HEL
Got Enthusiasm? Ti
Want to have fun whi
great hours? Have
Call 904-284-0028
IF OU CECKED

TulUlSEIlOliNSlOUSMEl
APPROVED
Mmrn M u uu inmutuui


610 N. Orange Ave.
Green Cove Springs, FL 32043
904-284.0028
Iwwr.ghtwaytogo.com


P WANTED
hired of the Service Industry?
He making money and working
we got the career for you!
and ask for Lance or Lena.
d$1,200/MNTH GROSS INCOME
I $100 DOWI PAYMENT
id6 MONTH JOB


I


TOM BUSH MINI
9875 Atlantic Boulevard
Jacksonville, FL 32225
1(800) 542-1996
MONDAY FRIDAY 9:00 a.m. 8:00 p.m.
SATURDAY 9:00 a.m. -7:00 p.m.
SUNDAY 12:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m.
2l2005 MINI. a d;vison oi BMW of Nonrm Amenca, LLC
The MINI name and logo. are regislered trademarks


UP TO$6,500.00
T@WABS YOUR BTRADEIN __oj|
CASH IN YOUR POCKET

Sat. AY CARTER {TA




NO TRICKS... TREATS

OPTIMA SORENTO
SEDONA* AMANTI

COOL CARS COOLi. PRICE
.COOL "WARRANrT
6373 Blanding Blvd.
2 1 miles north of 295 on the right
771 -6078


www.raycarterkia.com


MINIUSA.COM


Section C-12













THE CLAY COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE MONTHLY NEWSLEi lER

Media Partner Clay Today.biz
Your Connection to products, services and activities from members of the Clay County Chamber


www.clavchamber.org


First National Bank
"Your Local Community Bank"
Fast, Friendly, Personal Service.


VOL. 3i NO. 10 -Octoerni2005un


The 2005 Business and Health


Expo is a Huge Success

On Thursday, September 29th.
the Clay County Chamber of Corn m-
merce held its 2005 Business &
Health Expo at the Thrasher-Horne
Conference Center. The event
housed more than 80 vendor booths
which offered a wide variety of busi-
ness options ranging from boutiques
and serviceprofessionals to health
screening and business technology.
The event was attended by approx-
imately 600 people and was emceed
by WOKV's Cole Pepper. "The event
was a tremendous success," said
Curtis McClees, Chairperson of the
Business & Health Expo Planning
Committee. "We had an incredible
amount of support from the com- .
mittee as well as from our vendors.
To have this kind of response, con-
sidering this was the first year that
we've done anything in this size and
scope, is just overwhelming."
The presenting sponsor for the
event. St. Vincent's Hospital. offered
blood pressure screening, glucose
HEALTH EXPO, PAGE II1 Mormthan85vuendr tables and morethan 600 peonleuarticipated in he 2005 Business&Heath Exio.


The Chamber of Commerce


Recognizes Outstanding


Businesses in Clay County


1775 Eagle Harbor Parkway
(across from Eagle Harbor)
904-264-8840
485 Blanding Blvd.
(1 block south of KingsleyAve)
904-213-0883







ARGYLE
RESIDENTS!

Try Argyle
Today-
264-3200"


More than 175 business and
community leaders attended the
Clay County Chamber of Com-
merce Economic Development
Division's Industry Appreciation
Luncheon to honor county busi-
nesses. The annual event pays
tribute to the significant contri-
butions that small and large busi-
nesses make to our local economy
year-round. The. Chamber of
Commerce is pleased to congrat-
ulate the 2005 Industries of
the Year:
Business Services: Adams &
Harper, PA. The Orange Park
company assists a wide variety of
growth-minded business cus-
tomers to achieve higher-level
sales and profits. In the process,
the company has experienced its
own growth and has become a
-. -- ----
Educational Community
Credit Union is now
C 'h COMMUNITY

Credit Union
Your Credit Union. For Life.
MO .-


full-service accounting firm.
Financial Services: Wachovia
Bank, NA Bank employees attrib-
utes their expansion in the com-
munity to listening to their
customers needs and continually


striving to enhance products and
services. Wachovia provides a full
range of financial services for con-
sumers and businesses of all sizes
with six branches in Orange Park,
BUSINESS, PAGE 4


In This Issue...
Community Helping Hurricane Planning
Meeting Victims Conference
Pg. 4 Pg. 6 Pg. 7





2* www.claychamber.org



o) onm



ST. CATHERINE'S ANNUAL FALL
BAZAAR
October 14-16, 2005
St. Catherine's Church
Friday: 6:00-10:00 p.m. Saturday: 11:00 a.m.
10:00 p.m.
Sunday: 12:00-5:00 p.m.
Contact the church office at 264-0577 for
further information
SAFE ANIMAL SHELTER'S 13TH ANNUAL
AUCTION & DINNER
October 15, 2005
Eagle Harbor Swim Club
6.00 p.m.
Carey Austin Band (compliments of A
Unique Events)
Food by Longhorn Steakhouse
Host: Julie Watkins, First Coast News
weather personality
For more info or to donate an auction item,
contact June Hatlestad at 284-8989 or email
catbugnol(aol.com
23RD ANNUAL TOWN HALL FALL
FESTIVAL
October 15 & 16, 2005
9:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m.
Orange Park Town Hall
Free admission, arts, crafts & food booths
& live entertainment
For more information call 264-2635
CLAY COUNTY CHAMBER OF
COMMERCE
NEW MEMBER ORIENTATION
October 18, 2005
Thrasher-Home Center for the Arts
4:00 p.m.
All new members invited!
CLAY COUNTY CtHAMBER OF
COMMERCE
NETWORKING OPPORTUNITIES MIXER


CALENDAR


October 2005


munity calendar


October 18, 2005
Thrasher-Home Center for the Arts
5:00 7:00 p.m.
Complimentary hors d'eouvres, cash bar,
networking & door prizes
Chamber Bucks will be $400
(Must be present to win)
6TH ANNUAL "SCORE AGAINST
VIOLENCE" GOLF TOURNAMENT
PRESENTED BY THE
UNDERWRITERS GROUP
October 20, 2005
Country Club of Orange Park
10:30 ajm. Registration 12:00 p.m.
Shotgun start
Lunch will be provided
5:30 p.m. Awards Dinner & Silent Auction:
Proceeds to benefit Quigley House
For more information, call 284-0340
I LOVE YOU, YOU'RE PERFECT,
NOW CHANGE
October 21, 2005
Thrasher-Home Centerfor the Arts
7:30 p.m.
An Off Broadway phenoniena celebrating
the modern-day suburban mating game
Tickets: $25, $20, $15
To purchase tickets call 276-6750 or go to
www.thcenter.org
16 ANNUAL FL SUN CAT SHOW
October 22, 2005
Clay County Fairgrounds
10:00 a.m.
There will be Safe Animal Shelter adoptions
For more information call 282-8190 or go to
www.seregiontica.org/Shows/
FLSunCats/fscfIver.htm
CLAY COUNTY CHAMBER OF
COMMERCE
2005/2006 ANNUAL DINNER


October 27, 2005
Cocktails: 6:30 p.m. Program & dinner:
7:15 p.m.
Cypress Club & Ballroom
$50 per person
Sponsorship opportunities available
All members invited!
Please call the Chamber at 264-0718 to place
your reservation
3RD ANNUAL SOUL FOOD FESTIVAL
Theme: "Strong Families Make Stronger
Communities"
October 29, 2005
Vera Francis Hall Park
(Mlartin Luther King Jr. Blvd. in Green Cove
Springs)
11:00 a.m. 7:30 p.m.
Parade begins at 11:00 a.m. ~- Line up
at 9:30 a.m.
Cash prizes & giveaways, food, arts, crafts &
clothes vendors, fashion show, music,
contest & tournaments
Admission is free
Contact Tawaima Tuggles for more
information at (904) 284-9398
ALL NEW! 18TH ANNUAL lHAM JAMI
November 3rd 6th, 2005
Reynold's Yacht Center in Green Cove
Springs
Varying times
Go to www.hamjam.org for schedule of
events or more information
HEARTS, HANDS & HOOVES
8TH ANNUAL CHARITY GOLF
TOURNAMENT
November 14, 2005
Eagle Harbor Golf Club
Registration: 7:30 a.m. Shotgun Start: 9:00 a.n.
For sponsorship information or to sign up
Visit their website at
heartshandsandhooves.org.


Sevent you would like to get on our community calendar, email the iIfo
hamber~&g or fax it to 264-0070. If you would like to view the community caenda t~
please visit our website at www.claychamber.org. -l


CLAY COUIT AGRICULTURAL FAIR




VOLU NTEERS!
"2005 Blue Ribbpn Fair"
www.claycountyfair.org -
284-1615 T-0052.

VP GET THE
RIGHT WEBSITE...
k FOR THE RIGHT PRICE...
RIGHT AWAY!!!


t?- -"i--"iirf^

Shop anytime day or night
www.gordonchevy.com
"Good People, Great Prices...
Get it all at Gordon."

272-2200
Q 166 Blanding Blvd. Orange Park


(PROUD COMMUNITY MEMBER)
Let us help i'ith all
t our B,7king Needis!





400 Blanding Blvd. Orange Park
K 278-1404.Fax278-1410 2


puwsss- i?*a


Showcase
to Thou


Li


Unicorn
Web Cie/velopmemt
4. 4ofr. .', *':- -^. .-*


CALL TODAY C
904.282.9338
www.unicorn-web.com Call Jon C4
.-. ...... . . ....
- -* ( t^ Vt f -. - -


a


Pa. pmela Witt ADRUG-FREE
Wanda Barr DRUG-FREE
James Jefferson WORKPLACE
904-388-8444 MAKES
Fax: 904-388-8004 GOOD
42'0 Lakeside Dr.
Suite 102 BUSINESS
Jacksonville, FL 32210
www.kellyservices.conm


Your, Business
sanLrd in the Studies show that businesses that
enforce a drug-free work environment
experience greater productivity and
I s have far fewer on-the-job accidents
and injuries. Deputies from the Clay
To a County Sheriff's Office are available to
-help with information on a variety of
'~oday "safety programs. -
ntrell at 2643200Call 264-6512 today!
----------- -------- -----5 1 2 t-- ------- --









Monthly Message from the President


The end of our
Chamber year was
one with many ac-
tivities. During the
last two weeks, we
had the Industry
Appreciation,
Awards and Lun-
cheon, the Busi-
ness and Health KellieJoKillerg
Expo and the Second Annual
Clean-Up Clay Day.
Congratulations to Anna
Lebesch, St. Johns River Communi-
ty College, her event committee and
the four businesses that received
recognition during the 2005 Indus-
try Appreciation Awards Luncheon:
Entrepreneur Buzzy's Caf6; Busi-
ness Services Adams and Harpers
PA; Manufacturing JTE Machine
System; and Financial Services -
Wachovia Bank. Sponsors included
Jacksonville Business Journal; VyS-
tar Credit Union; Orange Park Med-
ical Center; Adams & Harper, PA;
AmSouth Bank; BlueCross
BlueShield of Florida; Clay today;
Community First Credit Union;
First National Bank; Florida Times
Union Clay County Line; Heritage
Bank; JTE Machine Systems, Inc.;
Prosperity Bank; SunTrust Bank;
and Wachovia Bank. The awards
program, sponsored annually by the
Chamber's Economic Development
Division, recognizes companies for
diversifying and enriching the coun-
ty's economy through job creation_
and distinctive community involve-
ment and investment. The cere-
mony was one of many events
during Florida's 21st Annual Indus-
try Appreciation Week (September
19-23), which was created to spot-
light excellence in Florida's busi-
ness sector. As Governor Bush
stated "it is important to recognize
those exemplary Florida companies


that uniquely embrace the qualities
underpinning our economy: innova-
tion, entrepreneurship, corporate
leadership, and volunteerism." :
Next, Curtis McClees, Winning
Concepts USA, led the first annual
Business and Health Expo at the
TRASHER-HORNE Conference
Center. Many businesses stepped
up to the plate to sponsor this event
including St. Vincent Medial Center,
Orange Park Medical Center, 690
WOKV, Clay Today, Cypress Club &
Ballroom, Winn Dixie, Crispers,
Johnny Carino's Country Italian
Restaurant and Winning Concepts
USA. More than 500 individuals vis-
ited the Expo. Many thanks to Tom
Reynolds of -the THRASHER-
HORNE Conference Center for his
assistance in coordinating these
two events.
And finally, Cindy Bosnyak, JP
Perry Insurance, worked around the
clock to pull together more than 700
participants for the Clean-up Clay
Day event. Sam's Club Manager
Susan Martin awarded the Cham-
ber a $2,500 grant to assist with the
event. This year with the help of the
Camp Blanding Youth Challenge
Academy and Lee Sackett of Carpe
DM, Cindy was able to coordinate
cleaning roads all the way:down to
Keystone Heights. Clay Electric
Co-op provided bottle water for all
participants and The Allegro at
Fleming Island donated cookies.
Other sponsors included AmSouth,
Orange Park Medical Center, Keep
Clay Beautiful, Clay Today and Win-
ning Concepts USA.
WIIFM?
Acronyms seem to be every-
where. Every subset of our society
seems to have its own acronyms.
whether its sports, pohltics, govern-
ment, military; music, pop culture.
or business, -They have become the


CLAY COUNTY

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE STAFF

Kellie Jo Kilberg, President 264-2651
Maria Aselage Director of Communications &
Membership 264-0718
Greg Voss, Business Development Manager 264-7503
Danita Andrews, Economic Development Manager 264-1005
Eve Szymanski, Director of Tourism Development
Division 394-7401
Kimberly Bashant, Administrative Assistant 264-2651
Jackie Butler, Grants & Research Coordinator 264-7373
Betty Hicks, Office Manager 394-7198
Margaret Johnson. Investor & Events Coordinator 264-7373


OFFICIALS
CHAIRMAN
Robert Krieger
CHAIRMAN ELECT
Ted McGowan
CHAIR FINANCE
Tim Coleman


new jargon or slang of the day.
One acronym that has been
around for a long time is WIIFM.
Whether you have used the'
acronym or not, everyone is familiar
with t he attitude behind the letters
' that WIIFM represents: "What's In
It For Me?" It is at the very-root of
capitalism and a part of nearly
every interpersonal relationship.
Membership. organizations, like
the Chamber of Commerce, have to
provide an answer to that question
for those they wish to attract as
members or participants in what-
they do or accomplish. Ultimately,
every individual or business ihust
answer the question in their own
way but from the Chamber's per-
spective, I would like to suggest.
just of the several answers
that apply:
The first is "Networking Oppor-
t unities": Times, places and events
where you can meet, get to know,
learn about, and share information
and ideas with other business pro-
fessionals and potential customers.
Chamber Connections, After Hours,
.Area Council Luncheons, Annual
Golf Tournament, Leads Groups,
Business and Health Expo, and
most recently the County Mlanager'
Candidates Reception are all exam-


ples of networking opportunities for
businesses large and small.
- The second answer to WIIFM is
Economic Improvement Opportu-
nities": These are the activities and
programs that seek to make our
community a better place to work.
live and do business. The Strategic
Plan for Economic Development
Workshops. Retention and Expan-
sion Visitation Program, Brown-
field Initiative and Recruitment
Task Forces are among the way that
the Chamber and investors seek to
make the community a better place
to work. Join us on October 19th
and 20th for community workshops
regarding the strategic plan for eco-
nomic development. More informa-
tion on the workshops is inside this
newsletter.
The third answer is the Annual
Dinner come join us Thursday, Oc-
tober 27 at the Cypress Club & Ball-
room to celebrate our successful
year and kick-off our year Under the
leadership of Bob Krieger, Orange
Park Medical Center.
Chamber membership:
"WIIFM?" Get involved and find
out! "Remember It's Good Busi-
ness To Do Business with Chamber
Members". Join us as we "Focus on
the Future".


Showcase Your

Business to


Thousands in the






Clay Today

Call Jon Cantrell at 264-3200


*!'. .

.


.: .; :. "


:14W


,-;lB"


DIRECTORS


George A. Bush
Mark Butterwvorth
Barbara Coleman
Diane Hutchings
Marge Hutton
Greg Moorehead
Bobbi Nagle


David Phillips
David Robertson
Van Royal
Lee Sackett
Jenrry Scally
Theresa Smith
Matt Welch


WE CAF

YOU A

AS YO

ABOUT "


ZE ABOUT

S MUCH

U CARE

OUR CAR.


rir -'.' J z ir__ r-L I, r1 .C l,-- .'


Links is published monthly by the Clay County Chamber of
Commerce and Clay Today. Call 264-3200 to request information
on advertising your business. Links is inserted into the Clay Today
and directly mailed to all Chamber businesses.
Next Issue: Nov. 10 News Deadline: Oct. 25
Ad Deadline: Nov. I


PRESIDENT


wWw.claychainber.O-rg


Ociober 2005


'f





By Danita Andrews, Economic Development Manager
Are you tired of that long com-
mute to the office? Do you want to
keep your future taxes low? Would
you rather have your children live in
Clay County or move outside the
county when they get older? If you
answer yes to one or more of these
questions, you will likely be inter-
ested in the Clay County Chamber
of Commerce's plan for economic
development.
The Clay County Chamber re-
cently retained an outside consult-
ant to study these important issues
and assist in development of a
strategic plan. The purpose of the
plan, called Focus on the Future, is
to guide the county toward a pros-
perous economic future for its resi-
dents. Currently, the average salary


BUSINESS, FROM PAGE I


Fleming Island, Middleburg and
Green Cove Springs.
Entrepreneur: Buzzy's Caf6 -
Buzzy's opened its doors with one
employee in 2000. It has since di-
versified to include a complete
restaurant, a specialty dessert and
chocolates shop, and the only
cooking school for adults and chil-
dren in Clay County. Buzzy's also
assists local businesses with spe-
cialty advertising and marketing.


in Clay County is $25,424, while the
average salary in Duval is $39,556.
Moreover, Clay county salaries are
61% of the national average. In
order to receive higher wages, many
Clay County residents commute to
Duval County. Clay County has a
huge dependence on Duval County
to provide jobs for our residents. As
a result, Clay County workers are
experiencing long commute times,
paying even more for fuel, and loos-
ing valuable time with their families.
Additionally, if the county continues
on its current path taxes will in-
crease, the quality of the county's
schools will decrease and the next
generation will leave the county to
find quality jobs.
If you want to help turn around
current conditions, consider help-
ing the Clay County Chamber of


Manufacturing:0 JTE Machine
Systems, Inc. The company oper-
ates in Orange Park with a consis-
tent standard for efficiency and
reliability for the industries it
serves. JTE Machine Systems is a
premier provider of automated ma-
chine solutions for the industrial
fabric and office product
industries.
These outstanding businesses
were recognized for their innova-
tion, ingenuity, leadership and
community involvement. "We ap-


Commerce develop a "roadmap for
opportunity." By joining together,
the community can create a
roadmap to increased wages, a
higher standard of living, a strong
economy, better funded schools, im-
proved transportation patterns,
and enhanced parks and recreation.
The Chamber's goal with Focus
on the Future is to attract quality
employers to provide quality jobs
within the county. Additionally, the
plan is for the Clay County commu-
nity to lesson its dependence on
Duval County and to significantly
improve the quality of the economy
over the next 20 years. If accepted
by the community, the plan should
help create approximately 21,500
new primary jobs (over the next 20
years) with average pay of approxi-
mately $35,600 annually.


plaud and appreciate the commit-
ment and achievements of our
business community. Industry is
vital to Clay County," said David
Robertson, 2004 2005 Chairman
of the Chamber Board. -"The In-
dustry Appreciation Luncheon
gives us the chance to say 'thank
you' to all the businesses that op-
erate in our county. These compa-
nies have demonstrated
exceptional commitment to our
community, promoting positive
corporate citizenship and help our


Every individual, business and
governmental body within this com-
munity has a stake in the county's
future. The Clay County Chamber
of Commerce ultimately wants to
engage you, your neighbors, co-
workers, relatives and friends in up-
coming community meetings.
During these meetings, we will
share additional details about the
strategic plan and how you can help
make a difference. Don't leave your
future and our children's future to
chance. Plan to attend a communi-
ty meeting.
When and Where.
6:30 p.m., Wednesday, October 19,
2005, Clay High School
6:30 p.m., Thursday, October 20,
2005, Thrasher-Hornme Center for
the Arts


local economy grow and prosper."
The Clay County Chamber hosts
this luncheon each year in con-
junction with the state-wide In-
dustry Appreciation Week.
Usually the third week in Septem-
ber, Industry Appreciation Week is
dedicated by Governor Bush's of-
fice to recognize the contributions
of Florida industry. In addition,
the Board of County Commission-
ers proclaimed the week of Sep-
tember -18-23 as Industry
Appreciation Week in Clay County.


2005-2006 Economic Development Advisory Board Chairperson Mark Butterworth IBellSouth];
Development Authority Chairperson, Ron Coleman and 2005-2006 Chairman of the Chamber
Board, Bob Krieger (Orange Park Medical Center) congratulate Tina Crowder as she receives the
Industry of the Year Award- Financial Services for Wachovia Bank.


WE GIVE YOU THE

GREEN

LIGHT
TO EARN
MORE

GREEN


MONEY MARKET ACCOUNTS

3.3OO
S.$100000 and up.



$50,000- $99,999



525,000 -.$49.999


*Sains eMoeyMakes S
Chckng *Crtfiats f-epsi (-s


,COMMUNM
FIRST o


VISIT Us ONLINE FOR ADDITIONAL RATE INFORMATION 3
904.354.8537 *. 800.342.8416 (outside Jacksonville)
www.CommunityFirstFL.org
*Annual Percentage Yield, Rates subject to change without notice. --------- -


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


* Private Club Dining
* River House Pub
Featuring Entertainment,
Spirit & Good Cheer
* Three Resort Pools
* Seven Tennis Courts


I Our gu est suites each Iiave a balcony overlooking
1iP S 1 i Ilie Rier. wetbar and some feature fireplaces
.a:id jacuzzi tu)bs. 0Yo can choose from a king or-
I [:i :.*. to 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"

IRiverfront Weddings Receptions Private Parties
Corporate Functions Business Meetings I


C


1 2143 Astor.Street Orange Park I
904-264-6070 www.clubcontinental.coi ll


October 2005 i


ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT


4 www.claychamber.org


Clay County Chamber of Commerce's


Roadmap for Opportunity


A Better Future for You and Your Children


i Uw, /J


axel. Z;vlcx (24,,rAj.







October 2005 TOURISM AND FILM DEVELOPMENT www.claychamber.org* 5


Lights is coming t.o Reynolds Park
Yacht Center on Thanksgiving
weekend and then from December
1 through New Year's. Drive
through two miles of fabulous light-
ed Christmas displays in the com-
fort of your car and then stop for


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

The Southern Monster Truck
Showdown was a blast! Literally!
I'm not usually one for noisy events
(I wear earplugs at Day-
tona), but I liked the low.
rumble of these engines!
All that power pushing
them straight up just took
your breath away; and
watching the kids at the
"Pit Party" before the event
was fun too! Power, a pa-
rade, and racing lawnmow- .
ers put the icing on the -
cake. Put it on your calen-
dar for the same weekend
next year because they are :
coming back! AttheSou
Coming up soon is our its engine
own New First Coast Ham
Jam. It is returning to Clay County
from November 3 6 at the
Reynolds Park Yacht Center! Go to
http://www.hamjam.org/events.htm
for more info or see the ad this page.
Get ready for another new and
wonderful event coming to Clay
County. The new First Coast Winter


ii 1


October "Tourism Buzz!"


Eve Szymanski


ithern Monster Truck Showdown. Gunslinger revs
e as it goes "Up & Over."


The Clay County Tourism Bug led the way for
the Saturday Night Parade into the Cattleman's
Arena at the Southern Monster Truck
Showdown.

The Great

Clay County

Bug Out

Names An-

other Winner
Lee Sacket iCarpe DM) was
the September 19th winner at
the Cypress Club & Ballroom for
our Great, Clay County Bug Out
contest! It's always great to win
a $100 Savings Bond, just for re-
membering whenever you see
the Clay County Tourism Bug!
We even had a couple of sight-
ings from the Monster Truck
Showdown! The Great Clay
County Bug Out is brought to
you by none other than Bug Out
Service, Inc. Good news for us.
Bad news for bugs! The Clay
County Tourism Bug is made
possible by Ash Tisdelle VW. Re-
member, whenever you see the
Clay County Tourism Bug, fax
264-0070 or email: eszymans-
ki@claychamber.com with the
date, actual location and time to
be eligible for the monthly draw-
ing at the Chamber's Networking
Opportunity Mixer event. The
next drawing is on October 18th
at the Thrasher-Home Center
for,the Arts.


Lorrie Morgan
iog-an"


October-Novemeber Calendar ofEvent:i-
-10/14--16i St. Catherine's Annual Bazaar Orange Park
'-10115-16 Town of Orange Park Fall Festival Orange Park --+ -
?10/21 I Love You, You're Perfect THCA (Thrasher-Horliq
-.10/21-23 FL Sun Cats Show CCFG (CC Fairgrounds-
10/29 N. FL Dressage Assn. Horse Show CCFG : -
-10/26-29 Florida-Georgia Game Alitel Stadium ::
10/28 Prescription: Murder OPCT (OPCoolm.Thtre).
"10/29 N. FL Dressage Assn. Fall Series CCFG
;10/9 N. FL Dressage Assn. Fall Series CCFG
10/329 Soulfood Festival & Parade of Pride GCS (a'era-rncis HalPk
-10/29-31 Haunted Hospital & Halloween CC Humane Society
Carnival
11/3-6 New First Coast Ham Jam RPYC Reynlds Park


11/4-6
11/11-13
11/14


* Prescription: Murder
Prescription: Murder
US Army Field Band


Yacht Cntr)
OPCT IOPComm. Thtre)
OPCT (OPConun.Thtre)
THCA -


S www.claytourism.com (Calendar of Events) for more -:


some ice skating! We'll-have more
for you in the next newsletter, but in
the meantime you can go to
www.firstcoastwinterlights.com for
information and sponsorships.
September brings the Tourism &
Film Development Division to the,
close of another fiscal year. We have
been "wrapping it. up" for another
wonderful year promoting our coun-
ty and its resources. In addition to
a Visitor's Guide and Meeting Plan-
ner's Kit, we now have an Event
Planner's Kit with TDC applica-
tions, special event signage infor-


mation, st reet, banner information
and more. We attended meetings
for bur Florida's First Coast of Golf,
the North Florida Scots, the North
Florida Regional Alliance, the Flori-
da Association of Convention and
Visitor's Bureaus and some of our
own events and festivities.
See the calendar below for days
and times of many Clay
County events. Go to Www.clay-
t ouism.com, www.claychamnber.org
or call (904) 394-7401 or email eszy-
manski(aclaychamber.com for more
information.


PRESENTS
- "2~RESENTSN : +


r-FLEETtWOOD


Schedule of Events
Thursday November 3rd
Gates Open at 5:00 pm until 10:00 pm
Unlimited Rides until 11:00 pm
The Ham Jam Talent Showcase,
7:00 to 10:00 pm
Winner Opening for Tracy Lawrence on Friday
& Lorrie Morgan on Saturday

Friday Novembe'r 4.ih '
Gates Open at 5:00 pm until 10:00 pm
Unlimited Rides until 12 Midnight
6:30 to 7:00 pm The Talent Showcase Winner.
7:00 to 8:00 pm The Jonny Bulford Band
8:30 pm Tracy Lawrence


Saturday November Sth
Gates Open at 10:00 am until 10:00 pm
Unlimited Rides until 12 Midnight
6:30 to 7:00 pm The Talent Showcase Winner,
7:00 to 8:00 pm The Wynn Peery Band
8:30 pm Lorrie Morgan


Wynn Peery


V~& CANWMO CENMhR


Tracy Lawrence


J1P-Y


Sunday November 6th
Gates Open at 10:00 am until 6:00 pm
Unlimited Rides until 7:00 pm
12:00 Noon The Battle of the Bands until 6:00 pm


.4 cot,
17 IP


ClayCountyFL simply A

Clay County Chamber
S R O a i / ***//*.' *~


LRCH I E1 RALin -

Eaigle farbom
Lirnowsisne -Service


AC1T CPINTEP ... ..... .......
SOME OF THE IEST ENTERTAINMENT YOU'lI FIND ANYWHERE, ALSO UNLIMITED RIDES, ARTS S CRAFTS, EIXItITS, AND VENDORS
ADMISSION THURPSDAYAND SUNldPAY 5. VI. ..DAAD ITR 22. (. PARKING FU UR WARMD, ........
.. CLT-0066-40DS


(From The Clay County Tourism Bug)


ft FLORIDA'S OFFICIAL UAR-8-QUE COOKING CONTEST



SR n I Cen th Annual Nov. 3rd-6th




LOC iTI7., Reynold's Yacht Center Green Cove Springs, FL, SRI6 East


TOURISM- AND FILM DEVELOPMENT


October 2005


www.claychainber.org's 5


*114,


r4


JWk






* xrxnxr r pophnmbhpr nroy


Chamber Connection Helps Hurricane


Katrina Victims


,September's Chamber Connec-
tion was special. In addition to giv-
ing Chamber members the
opportunity to network, it offered
people the chance to help our Gulf
Coast neighbors in need.
Billed as a Hurricane Relief party,
those in attendance donated more
than $500 and various personal


items to those Hurricane Katrina
survivors who have relocated to Clay
County. The Salvation Army was on
hand to take the donations of
canned food, clothing, personal hy-
giene items and toys. "I have been
in Clay County for a little more than
a year and I was amazed with the
outpouring of support shown by the
business community," said Major
Alan Phillips of the Salvation Army.
"I felt that the Chamber of Com-r


merce membership and the host of
the event, Cypress Club and Ball-
room, really stepped up to the plate
and delivered for the 50 families we
have living in Clay County who are
affected by Hurricane Katrina."
A big thank you to everyone who
made a donation to the Salvation
Army and to the Chamber Connec-
tion sponsors.
Orange Park Medical Center
Prudential Network Realty -


Fleming Island
First National Bank
Barco-Newton Family YMCA
Community First Credit. Union
Clearwire
TSE Sports & Entertainment
VyStar Credit Union
Compass Bank Fleming Island
The next. Networking Opportuni-
ties Mixer is scheduled for Tuesday.
October 18th at 5:00 p.m. at the
Thrasher-Home Center for the Arts.


Major Alan Phillips of the Salvation Army
thanks the crowd for donating to the victims of
Hurricane Katrina.


Julie Hellman, Verizon Wireless, talks to the representative of Clearwire
at his Chamber Connection Booth.


Chamber members donated a dozen bags of items and hundreds 01 dol-
lars to the victims of Hurricane Katrina.


Hundreds of Volunteers Help Clean Up Clay


The Area Beautification Commit-
tee held the 2nd annual "Clean Up
Clay" Day on Saturday, October 1st.
"I personally would like to say a
huge 'Thank you' to each and every
person who helped me put this pro-
gram in operation and also to those
who volunteered," said Cindy
Bosnyak, coordinator of the event.
"We had sites all over Clay County
this year including Orange Park,
Fleming Island, Moody Road, Mid-


Volunteers pick up trash as part of the Chamber's


dleburg, Green Cove Springs, Lake
Asbury and Keystone Heights
where volunteers enjoyed great
weather and lots of fun. Last year,
we had close to 400 volunteers pick-
ing up trash. This year. our total
was at about 700. Wearing bright
yellow t-shirts and purple gloves,
the group was hard to miss"
Among this year's participa n ts
were Florida Youth Challenge stu-
dents, various clubs at Orange Park
High School,
Christ Church of
Fleming Island,
Mt Horeb Church,
Orange Park Med-
ical Cent ere Suise
Rotary Club, Boy
Scout Packs, Girl
Scout Packs, as
well as homeowner
associations and
other church.
groups which
picked up trash in
t heir own areas.
Sponsors for the
event were Clay
SClean up Clay day. Electric (bottled


Susan Martin, Membership and Marketing Team Leader for Sam's Club presents Cindy Bosnyak,
Clean Up Clay Chairperson U. P. Perry Insurance, Inc.), with the check for $2,500. Sam's Club was
a sponsor of the event. Also pictured (from left to right] are Bob Krieger, Chairman of the Cham-
ber Board (Orange Park Medical Center); Shane Brisentine, Sam's Club Business Manager; and
Rachel Carey, Sam's Club Advantage Coordinator.


water Orange Park Medical Cen-
ter (gloves), and Keep Clay Beauti-
ful (trash bags). Other sponsors
included Winning Concepts, Am-
South Bank and Sam's Club (t-
shirts). The Allegro at Fleming
Island pitched in by passing
out home-made cookies to


the volunteers.
The "2006 Clean Up Clay" day is
slated for the first Saturday in Oc-
tober. If you would like to be a part
in this special project for Clay Coun-
ty, please call the Chamber Office at
264-2651 and leave a message for
Cindy Bosnyak.


Get the phones and plans you've been

looking for with the new Sprint.
Now you have more choice and flexibility than with any other wireless company.


Bu One, Gt-OeSFEE


VI-2300
By Sanyo'
, : T.... M -, ,-.M
Buy One. Get One FREE
$29.99
SAVE $349.99
on rTA .r,.inl, iIf


Vi 2300
By Sanyo'


Buy One, Get One FREE
$29.99
SAVE $349.99
on r in-a "T .TI


TOTSAME DAY S

SAME DAY S


ORANGE PARK

161 Blanding Blvd

(904) 278-5250


Sprint
amlfnKCFffIjP~


JACKSOI

1535 ]1
(904


FOCUS
on driving .


ID WWW.L;l4YL;IICUIlUUI-Ulr,


October 2005


CHAMBER


j i, -je, c. I r j ....... i.: r I I. r t r- i I m.l. T. i.jj ..i. .
A.I. l I Iri i I p. C.r A id f r.. I I r 1 1 .1 .... .. ..
T .1 1 1., r; ii n I idrl. 11 A
1. 11 It 1 1. lh
r. f.h. r I I i
Tf -1 1 T.,.l M .. A I
T .1 11







flrtnh~r 9.005 CHAMBER www.claychamber.org "1


Leadership Clay Class Completes


Renovation at Quigley House Thrift Store


After three months of work, the,
Clay County Chamber of Com-
merce's Leadership Clay Class of
2005 completed its renovation to
the Quigley House Thrift Store.
Members of the class, Chamber
Ambassadors and Quigley House
staff were on hand on October 1st
for a ribbon cutting and the official
opening of the thrift shop.
Quigley
House is a
domestic

she 1ter .- -
open to
anyone
who is in
need of as- t
distance.
It recently. o
leased five
spaces in
the Ridge-
crest Plaza
(suites ,
#119) on
Blanding Dan Hilken (AmSouth fank)
Boulevard paints the walls of the new
where it Quigley House Thrift Store.
will oper-
ate a thrift shop to help offset the
cost of its outreach program.
Sharon Youngerman, Executive
Director of Quigley House, noted
that the efforts of Leadership Clay
2005 saved the shelter approximate-
ly $50,000 and hundreds of man-
hours. "We couldn't have done it
without the help of Leadership Clay,"
said Ms. Youngerman. "We didn't re-
alize how huge this project was until
we got started The diverse range of.


skills and talents in the class was
vital to its success. They are an
amazing group of people."
For this project, members of
Leadership Clay 2005 provided the
design, overall project manage-
ment/coordination, plumbing, elec-
trical and partition demolition,
cleaning, painting and fund raising
for the project. Additionally, the
class acquired and coordinated the
services of commercial contractors:
for additional demolition, debris re-
moval, partition framing, drywall in-
stallation and finishing; door
framing, window installation, ceiling
repair, furnishing and installing the
storeroom door and flooring-, in
order to make the spaces ready to
occupy. Members of Leadership
-Clay _2004 also helped with
the renovation.
"At times we felt overwhelmed


with the task ahead of us, but our
class rose to the challenge. The
community did also, as we had fam-
ily members, neighbors and mem-
bers of Leadership Clay 2004
working on the project," said Lois
Shaw, (Affordable Marketing) Pres-
ident of Leadership Clay 2005.
"This was a challenging and time
consuming project; however, each
class member made a firm commit -
ment in seeing it through. That is a
sign of a true leader," said David
Robert son, 2004-2005 Chairman of
the Chamber Board of Directors. "I
am proud of every member of the
2005 class."
In addition to Leadership Clay,
area contractors donated their time
and talents to the project. Those
contractors include:
Breaking Ground Contracting Co.
(miscellaneous projects)


Leadership ClaV class members join the Quigley House staff for the official
opening of the Thrift Store.


Best -Tec
(carpet dem-
olition)
R i ver s.
Construction
double door
framing
Carl to n
Construction
& Develop-
ment (dry-
wall framing)
Dixie Con-
tract Carpet
Inc. carpet)
Fogleman
B uild ers
S u p p1 y
i dr y wall
material)
Bo Dun-


After demolishing the walls inside the space,
Jessica Murravy Skanska USA], pushes a wheel
barrel at debris to the dumpster.
can Drywall (drywall hanging
and finishing),
"Working with Sharon and her
staff from Quigley House has been
very rewarding," said Ms. Shaw.
"We are thrilled about the opening
of the Thrift. Store and are very
proud of our accomplishments."
Leadership Clay is a program
sponsored by the Clay County
Chamber of Commerce. The goal of
the program is to motivate emerg-
ing leaders and develop their po-
tential for community leadership by-
acquainting them with opportuni-
ties, realities and challenges for the
Clay County community.
For more information on partici-
pating in Leadership Clay 2006, con-
tact Greg Voss at the Clay County
Chamber of Commerce at
gvoss,'.claychamber.com or at
264-7503.


Planning Conference Looks to the Future


What does the Chamber want to
accomplish over the next twelve
months? That was the big question
at the September planning confer-
ence. Approximately 25 Chamber
members attended the conference
on September 26 at'the Holiday Inn
in Orange Park. Those in atten-
dance discussed the various com-
mittee responsibilities and their
roles in promoting Clay County as a
great place to do business as well as
making it an attractive place for
tourists and visitors. Among the
topics discussed were how the
Chamber can better address the
needs of both small and large busi-
ness, what new programs can be in-
troduced to enhance membership
opportunities, and what places and


events can be used to better market, and contributed to its success."
the county as a
great place to visit.
"It was a pro-
ductive day," said ic
Bob KMieger, Chahir-
man of the Cham-
ber Board for
2005/2006. "After
much discussion, -
we, as a Chamber,
have a better idea
of where we are -
going in the next
year and what Robert Rigel.Penney Retirement Community and member of the Busi-
goals we want to ness Development Advisory Board; Diane Hutchings, 2005/2000 Mar-
accomplish. I keting and Communications Chairpersonand Prudential Financial;and
greatly appreciate Greg Moorehead, 200572008 Membership and Investor Relations
everyone who at- ChairpersonRandfi rstNationalBanklistentotheldiscussionattheplan-
tended the event ning conference.


UNICATIONS


ES & SERVICE


JACKSONVILLE

10095 Beach Blvd

(904) 620-9544


LE BEACH

nmnan Rd

2-9201


1836
Every phonte features S17499t~
Reg.6S324.399
(Sp~aenabhen- SAVE $150
Web- access -~


ALL THE POWER

ALL THE TIME.


by Mulouli
BUY ONE,
GET ONE FREE
599 99
Reg 5249 99 e3ch
SAVE S399.99
, .<'


Sprint


.. i .. ... .1., ., .' 7.. .
....
,_ : .: ,. .. .- ...-. .. .- -. _- : -_ = _. _,.. :_- = ,_ _, = -- : : .


Get all your incoming calls free
From anyone
From any network.
At any time.
FROM NEXTEL.
Plans starting at
Afl f00


Theresa Smith ICGS Consulting Engineers. Inc]
leads a discussion with the Tourism and Film
Advisory Board.


wwwclaychamber.org 7,


CHAMBER


October 2005


I


014v.vv






vv vvehivchm"Cyber.MMO r


Area Beautification Business

of the Month
Quality Inn & Conference Center of
Orange Park
m s HWHII


Congratulations to the Qual- .
ity Inn & Conference Center of
Orange Park for being selected
as October's winner for the
Area Beautification Business of .....
the Month.
The newly renovated Quality
Inn & Conference Center is
home to 201 guest rooms as -
well as four suites. There is a
restaurant and lodge on the
premises and the large outdoor
pool and sundeck make a great
place to relax when you are staying
at the hotel. The facility's meeting
rooms also make it a great place to


do business.
The Quality Inn & Conference
Center is located at 300 Park Av-
enue North in Orange Park and can
be reached at 264-1211.


Teacher Resource Page


by Lynn Gerlach, All Write!
It was a marriage made in heav-
en! Curt Cavins of Idea Staffing had
a document shredder in his office
that he rarely used. Beth Williams
of Swimming Pen Creek Elemen-
tary School needed a document
shredder for her school's Special
Education office. Beth posted her
need on the Teacher Resource Page
of the Chamber website: Curt, a
Chamber member, perused that
page while visiting the site and,
Bingo! He popped Beth an email
and they arranged for the transfer
of the shredder. Now Beth shreds
to her heart's content and Curt has
extra space in his office. Thus are
matches made.


Looking to make a match of your
own? It's easier than you might
imagine. Clay County teachers
have posted their unfunded needs
on our website, and some of the
things they seek are in your home or
place of business right now. One
teacher needs gently used paper-
back books. Another needs pocket
folders and note cards. Several are
looking for basic office supplies
such as loose-leaf paper, pens and
pencils, markers and hi-liters. Cer-
tainly there are bigger requests, in-
cluding computers, printers,
cameras, graphing calculators and
software. Check the website your-
self and see if.you can make a match
of your own. We'll brag about you
right here next month.


CGS Consulting Engineers, Inc.
.is October's Small Business of
the Month.
C. Gordon Smith,
Founder. and President,
established CGS Consult-
ing Engineers, Inc. (CGS)
in April 1987. A multi-
disciplined consulting or-
ganization, the company | .
provides a full range of 7 i
engineering services to
government and private
sector clients. CGS Con-
sulting Engineers, Inc.
has a staff of professional,
technical, and support
personnel to handle all
facets of their clients' en-
gineering needs.
To learn-more about The staff of C
CGS Consulting Engi- right) Kevin H
neers, Inc., go to the com- Mike Davis, R
pany's web site at pictured is B


Donnette Bruno is. the Clay
County Chamber of Commerce's
Ambassador of the Month!
Donnette has been a resident of
Clay County for 12 years and a
member of the
Clay County
Chamber of Com-
merce for several
years. In addition
to being a Gold
Ambassador.
Donnette serves
on the Network-
ing Opportunities
Committee. .
Donnette is an ,
independent In-
,surance Agent
selling Annuities and Life Insur-
ance with AIG, Allianze and is in


www.cgsconsulting.com, or contact
Theresa Smith at (904) 264-9902 or
at tsmith@cgsconsulting.com.


CGS Consulting Engineers includes (from left to
Hunter, Cris Rizzuto, Gordon Smith, Theresa Smith,
ussell Rentz andTripp Means (not icturedi. Also
ailey, the company C.E.D. (Chief Executive Dog].


the process of attaining her health
insurance license. She is also asso-
ciated with CFO, a payroll, ac-
counting and tax service.
Additionally, Donnette is affiliated
with Health Fleet.
It provides health
insurance needs
to the uninsur-
able. She decided
to work for the
company after she
was deemed unin-
surable.
Call Donnette
at 215-6004 if you
are interested in
'i learning more
about what type
of insurance is right for you and
your family.


Committee Calendar
October 17 4:04 p.m.
Networking Opportunities Committee Meeting
(NOTE: Date Change)
October 19 4:30 p.m.
Clay County Development Authority Board Meeting
October 20 4:00 p.m.
Chamber's Board of Directors Meeting
October 26 8:00 a.m.
Government Affairs Committee Meeting
November 2 8:00 a.m.
Ambassador Committee Meeting
November 3 3:00 p.m.
Membership Communittee Meeting
November 3 3:30 p.m.
Business Council Chairman's Meeting
November 3 4:00 p.m.
Business Development Advisory Board Meeting
November 4 8:00 a.m.
Business Education Partnership Committee Meeting
November 8 8:30 a.m.
Membership Committee Meeting
November 9 9:00 a.m.
Tourism Development Advisory Board Meeting
(Chamber Boardroom)
November 10 8:00 a.m..
Economic Development Advisory Board Meeting
November 11 Chamber Closed
Veterans Day
November 14 4:04 p.m.
Networking Opportunities Committee Meeting


Small Business of

the Month

CGS Consulting Engineers, Inc.


Ambassador of the Month

Donnette Bruno


October i 2605':


COMMITTjEk&


8 www.clavchamber.org






f -- -r -- LEADERSHIP CLAY a--- 9


LEADERSHIP
CLAY

Class Learns about Clay County

Schools and Colleges


Members of the Leadership Clay
spent their September class time
learning more about schools in Clay
County. Education Day took stu-
dents to Fleming Island High
School, Lake Asbury Junior High
and St. Johns River
Community College.
The class started bright and
early at Fleming Island High
School. They spent some time with
David Owens, Clay County School
Superintendent and heard about
the successes and challenges with
the public school system. The class
toured Fleming Island High School.
Next, they made their way to Lake
Asbury Junior High School and
toured the brand new facility.
Mercury Moon Grill & Bar host-'
ed lunch for the day.


Sita Lopez with Capitol Self
Storage, Inc. could have WON the
Chamber's $200 jackpot, but she
had to be present at September's
Chamber Connection to win. Don't
let this be you next month! Be sure
to mark your calendars for Tuesday,
October 18th for the next Network-
ing Opportunities Mixer.
The jackpot will roll over to $400.
Be sure to join us at the Thrasher-
Home Center for the Arts from 5:00
- 7:00 p.m. Perhaps you'll walk
home with a hand full of cash!
"i -. v ,;'-"'..V -a'^ S .,


The class spent the afternoon at
the Thrasher-Horne Conference
Center where they received an
overview of the education programs
offered by St. Johns River Commu-
nity College and First Coast
Technical Institute.
Special thanks go to the people
who helped organize the day. They
include Billie Lombardo, Clay
County Habitat for Humanity, Dar-
lene Mahla, Public Relations Direc-
tor for the Clay County Schools and
Melissa O'Connell, Workforce De-
velopment Coordinator with the St.
Johns River Community College.
Are you interested in participat-
ing in Leadership Clay.2006? If so,
contact Greg Voss at gvoss(clay-
chamber.com to learn more about
the program.


Greg Voss Joins the Chamber

as the New

Business Development Manager


The Clay County Chamber of
Commerce is pleased to welcome
Greg Voss to the staff as the Busi-
ness Development. Manager.
Greg will contin-
ue the Cham-
ber's mission of
reaching out to C
small business
owners in Clay
County and cre-
ating programs
that will help
businesses grow
and prosper.
Greg comes to
the Chamber
after spending the previous eight
years in the sports and entertain-
ment field. Most recently he
managed the Public Relations
and Marketing department for
Harmony Hall, a multi-faceted
concert hall and fine arts facility
located just outside of Washing-
ton DC. Under Greg's leadership.
Harmony Hall increased ticket
sales and corporate sponsorship
by 30% and established itself as
one of the area's premier live jazz
venues. Before working at Har-
mony Hall, he was the Regional
Sales Manager for the Washing-
ton Capitals from 2000-2003 while
the team experienced its highest
ticket sales growth in team histo-


ry. Additionally, Greg spent two
seasons working for the Washing-
ton Redskins in client relations
and premium seating, fulfilling
contracts on
accounts.
"Greg's expe-
rience will be an
asset as the
Chamber con-
tinues to move
forward with its
programming
and events,"
said Bob
Krieger. Chair-
man of the Chamber Board. "We
are thrilled to have Greg
on board."
"I am excited to be a part of
the Clay County Chamber of
Commerce. The leadership here
is strong and the opportunities
for growth are tremendous," said
Greg. "The county has a lot of
promise in terms of attracting
new business and expanding cur-
rent ones. I look forward to work-
ing with the membership on ways
to achieve these goals."
Greg is a native of Westfield,
New Jersey and a graduate of the
University of Maryland. He re-
sides in Orange Park with his wife
Maria aid dogs Riley and Tino.


This program is sponsored
every month by:

AmSouth Bank
BB&T/Branch Banking &.
Trust Co.
Compass Bank
Educational Community Credit
Union
First Florida Credit Union
First National Bank
Heritage Bankof North Florida
Prosperity Bank
VyStar Credit Union
, .,,. .. 1 Waehovia, .ik


Members of Leadership Clay listen to a speaker from St. Johns River Community College.
_________________ -


Vice Principal, Laura Johnson, gives class members a tour of Fleming Island High School.


BUSINESS COUNCIL

MEETINGS
NORTH AREA BUSINESS October 27, 2005
COUNCIL INAUGURAL 11:30 a.m.
LUNCHEON. Ronnie's Wings, Oysters &
October 19, 2005 More
11:30 a.m. Speaker: Bob Krieger, Clay
Carrabba's Italian Grill County Chamber Chairman
Speaker: Kim Stanley, Cost: $10.00
President of Women Please RSVP by noon on
Business Owners of North October 26th to 264-2651
Florida
Program: Growing Business MIDDLEBURG AREA
Together for Men & Women BUSINESS COUNCIL
Business Owners & LUNCHEON
Installation of Officers November 3, 2005
Cost: $10.00 11:30 a.m.
Please RSVP by noon on Cedar River Seafood
October 18th to 264-2651 Program: Education


SOUTHEAST AREA
BUSINESS COUNCIL
LUNCHEON


Spotlight Awards
Cost: $10.00
Please RSVP by noon on
November 2nd to 264-2651


You want to cut

business expenses.


So do we.

Free Small Business Checking. Free today. Free indefinitely.
Let's cuE to the chase Every dollar you save can improve your bottom line. So at
Compass, our job is to help you do more for less. That's why our free checking
starts free and stays free. And why it includes a lot more than just checking To find
out more or to open your Free Small Business Checking Account'. stop by one of
our 5 Clay'County branches-


FLEMING ISLAND
1500 COUNTY RD 220 564-8100
MIF'Ci TMH:Mi. BP,.'NH r1,N CGER
PARK AVENUE
2183 PARK AVENUE 564-8080
E,'i-l H.ILTC'N. EPANCH M-.N.GER.


1-800-COMPASS
www.compassweb.com


ARGYLE
8430 BLANDING BLVD 564-8360
I:':.iC A T. LOC,P. eI.N':H N1.MaN ;ER
ORANGE PARK
536 BLANDING BLVD 564-8120
KCTI|No FHILLIPs. sP.-,NC:H MaNkGER



Compass Bank


;.d -. -ih,.j-ipt w *ptifr i r 5,,PII ~ (j',-kq i a tr5 t, -' d if ~Iwe jm *eFENC


"Chamber Bucks"


www.claychamber.org -,9


LEADERSHIP CLAY


October 2005








Clay County Commerce Club Concentrates


on Green Cove Springs


Some people believe Green Cove
Springs is getting ready to burst
with business. One of those people
is Dave Phillips with Gevity HR and
leader of the Clay County Com-
merce Club (CCCC) Leads Group.
Members of CCCC have a grass-
roots philosophy. "Continued
growth in Southern Clay County is
expected and we want to develop
name recognition that will be
around for this anticipated business
explosion," said Dave Phillips.
The group meets every first and


third Thursday at Robert Tisan and
Associates in-Green Cove Springs.
.Even though their group is relative-
ly small, they hope to attract those
members who want to expand their
business in relatively uncharted ter-
ritory. "In the future, the Clay
County Commerce Club will be well
known as a group of business men
and women that can be trusted,"
said Dave Phillips.
To get more information on the
Clay County Commerce Club, con-
-tact Dave Phillips at (904) 472-7864.


The Clay County Commerce Club is concentrating its efforts in the southern part of Clay County.
Members include, from left to right, Jason Doane. ITC Deltacom; Wayne Meares, AFLAC; and Dave
Phillips, Gevity HR.


Ribbon Cuttings, Grand Opening and


Ground Breakings


ORANGE PARK
VACUUMS- L -
UNLIMITED ..
Orange Park Vacu- .
ums Unlimited held .
its ribbon cutting cer-
emony on September
14 to mark the open-
ing of its store on .
Blanding Boulevard.
Owner Alan Prather Alan Prather, ow
has more than 20 ribbon.
years experience in
the industry. Orange Park Vacuums
Unlimited sells new and recondi-
tioned vacuums, repairs most
brands, and has a full supply of
parts (belts, bags. filters, etc.i. Or-.
ange Park Vacuums Unlimited is
committed to providing premier
customer service by giving free es-
timates, completing most repairs


JAXCOLIPONS.CONI


CENTER ACADEMY


mer of Orange Park Vacuums Unlimited, cuts the

completed in one day, and provid-
ing a warranty products. Orange
Park Vacuums Unlimited is located
at 920-6 Blanding Boulevard and is
open from 8:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Monday Friday and from 10:00
a.m. to 4:00Lp.m. on Saturday. To
learn more about Orange Park Vac-
uums Unlimited, call 276-9191.


92LAY" -


Center Academy
opened its new Orange -
Park campus with a Rib-
bon Cutting on Septem7 t
ber 22. Its new location
is one of seven around [
the world. The academy
has served children with
motivational, attention-
al, and learning prob-
lems for more than
thirty-six years: Center
Academy's advanced John Sands,
methods are based on Academy la
research in the neuro-
sciences. Neuropsychologists eval-
uate the student with the DAT,
which was designed under a grant
form the National Institute of
Mental Health.- Based on assess-
ment results, individualized learn-
ing modules are tailored to meet


Regional Director, officially open the new Center
ility by cutting the ribbon.
the child's needs. Learning prob-
lems include, ADHD, SLD, dyslex-
ia, and general 'motivational
problems. Center Academy is lo-
cated at 2171 Kingsley Avenue.- To
learn more about Center Academy,
call 276-3552.


-4,


"Drop The Scissors f .'
And Grab The Mouse!" -
That's the mantra of Ja.x- -
coupons.com. The corn-
pany held their ribbon t
cutting in September.
Jaxcoupons.com is an on-
line directory of couponsfli
covering the Jacksonville
and surrounding area. Jennifer Lun
Costing less then $1 a day
for a listing on the we.bsite, this
medium is especially affordable and
very effective. Jaxcoupons.com is
easy to remember and is the new
way to save money in Jacksonville
and surrounding areas. Jax-
coupons.com uses an ambitious


.4"
V..


.-- C --
mbag cuts the ribbon for Jaxcoupons.com.
marketing plan to make it a house-
hold name by partnering with
WOKV 690 AM, WAPE 95.1 FM, and
other well known media on the first
coast. Jaxcoupons.com has already
received over 12,000 hits in the first
10 days, and is growing every day.


EDI


SE


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


Carpe DM, Clay County's pre-
mier advertising agency, will do-
nate. marketing services to the
March of Dimes, a nonprofit health
organization dedicated to improv-
ing the health of babies by pre-
venting birth defects; premature
birth, and infant mortality. The
agency will contribute strategic,.
creative, media, and production
services to assist the charity with
direct mail efforts targeting poten-
tial first-time mothers.


The Jacksonville Suns won the
2005 Southern League champi-
onship, beating the West Tenn Dia-
mond Jaxx, 3-1, in Game 4 at
Pringles Park. The championship
is the Suns' third overall, and sec-
ond outright title. The Suns won
the title in 1996 and a share in 2001,
under current manager John Shoe-
maker. -It was fitting for the Suns,
widely heralded as the most talent-
ed team in all of the Minor Leagues,
to win their league championship.


ALL YOU CAN EAT

GU Membership Renewals
M day*Saturd '

Concert on the Green, Inc.
Country Club of Orange Park
Dilliard's Department Store
Governor's Creek Health & Rehabilitation

Harden & Associates, Inc.
John Hancock Life Insurance Co.
kR EjIf% n Kimley-Horn & Assoc., Inc.
League & Jesperson, PA.
AFfOOD Pappas Metcalf Jenks & Miller, PA.
Prudential Financial
MIDDLEBURG LOCATION Tastely Simple
2475 Blanding Tastefully Simple
Sunday-Thursday llam 9pm
Friday & Saturday 1am 10pm
282-4200 ThankYou for Your
.. .. . .. .. ..- - - --5-.. . . . . . . . .. .. ..


October 2005


-MEMBERSHIP


1O.-WvmClaychamber.org






Octoer *2005MEMBRSHIA* 1


Tag...You're It!

mBy leSaumtt Garnami f eNtwuumel are easily visible in the line of sight
IMurt nnuesutnme that correlates to your handshake.
Avoid A Sticky Situation -
Recently, I was "behind the mir- Want to impress others while elimi-
ror" of a focus group designed to ex- nating annoying adhesive residue
plore the reading preferences of on your clothing? Invest in your
children between eight and twelve OWN pre-made company nametag.
years old. During a break, You can get these done at
several kids started an im- any local engraving store or
promptu game of tag. While can even find them on eBay
witnessing the chaos that for less than $12. Your cus-
had erupted in the confer- tom nametag will allow you
ence room, I couldn't help to maximize your "tag real
but smile when I heard estate" and will include your
them yell "Tag.. .You're It"! logo which helps with
Though they may not brand recognition. When
admit it, most business pro- lee Sackett creating your nametag, re-
fessionals have played tag member the most effective
during their childhood. As kids ran background color is white. This al-
by, whoever was "it" would pursue a lows maximum visibility for your
victim until someone was tagged logo, name, and position.
and the roles reversed. In fact, we Okay.. .ready to play the ultimate
still resurrect the game today by at- game of tag? Then grab your
tempting to chase contacts down nametag (plus a pen and a healthy
via email and phone calls. We also stack of business cards) and head
play tag anytime we go to a net- to our FREE Networking Opportu-
working function. nities Mixer on Tuesday, October
Nametags are an important part 18th. This exciting event, which
of any networking function. It cre- runs from 5:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. at
ates awareness and establishes the Thrasher-Home Center for the
your brand before you can even say Arts, will bring together 75 -100
hello. It can be -your best nametags (attached to some of the
friend...but only if you follow area's top business professionals),
the basics: free appetizers, great giveaways,:
Size Matters How many times and two fantastic art galleries. To
has someone rudely squinted at your make things even more profitable,
chest desperately trying to make out one lucky Chamber member may
those tiny letters? This is self de- win $400 (but only if the name on
eating, embarrassing and actually their nametag is announced and
works to decrease your approacha- they're present to claim the prize).
ability. Your name should be readable The Thrasher-Horne Center for
from 10 feet away...that means a the Arts is located at 283 College
type size of at least 24 points. Drive on the Orange Park Campus
Be "Right" There's not a net- of St. Johns River Community Col-
working book, meeting planner, or lege. Not a Chamber member but
business guide that won't recom- interested in attending? Simply
mend your nametag should go on email me by October 16th at net-
your RIGHT side, at least chest working(carpedm.info and I'll save
level. Why? Right-sided nametags you a spot.


NEW MEMBERS


American Fire Extinguishers, Inc.
1012 Blanding Blvd.
Orange Park, FL 32065-
Alexis Lloyd, 226-2979
Fire Extinguishers

Authorized Title & Escrow
7412 SR 21
Keystone Heights, FL 32656
Lily Flanagan, (352) 478-2165
Title Companies

Billings Automotive Inc.
902-1 Blanding Blvd.
Orange Park, FL 32065
Brian Billings, 213-2886
Automobile Repairs &,Service

Center Academy
2171 Kingsley Avenue
Orange Park, FL 32073
John Sands, 276-3552
Schools Private

LandMar Group, LLC
10739 Deerwood Park Blvd.,
Ste. 300, Jacksonville, FL 32256
Kirk Wendland, 998-8300
Land Development

Mary Kay Cosmetics/Stephanie
Newsom
1920 Bluebonnet Way
Orange Park, FL 32003
Stephanie Newsom, 525-6994


Cosmetics

Metabolic ResearchCenter
5000 Highway 17 #19
Orange Park, FL 32003
Chrissie Enright, 215-3493
Weight Loss Centers

Montgomery Presbyterian
Conference Center
88 S.E. 75th Street-
Starke, FL 320941
Rev. John Ragsdale,
(352) 473-4516
Clubs, Organizations &
Associations

Paycor, Inc.
10550 Deerwood Park Blvd.,
Ste. 306, Jacksonville, FL 32256
Sharina Roberts, 421-3255
Payroll Preparation

Rx-Pert Inc.
1657 Kingsley Avenue
Orange Park, FL 32073
Diane House, (386) 569-4787
Pharmacy, Drug Stores -

Surf U Soft
4651 Salisbury Rd., Ste. 195
Jacksonville, FL 32256
Mickey Arocho, 279-0279
Web-Site Custom Design &
Hosting


Thank You for Investing in Your Chamber!!


HEALTH EXPO, FROM PAGE .
screening, and cholesterol screen-
ing. Jaxson DeVille and the ROAR
Cheerleaders walked through the
room.visiting tables and signing au-
tographs. Art Schuster of Shake's
Frozen Custard and event vendor
said, "This was a great opportunity
to not only present my product to
potential customers, but to also
showcase our products and servic-
es to other businesses and to see


how we can partner up with other
companies for the benefit of
all customers."
Many people walked away win-
ners from the event as there were
more than 30 door prizes including
a Jack Del Rio autographed foot-
ball courtesy of the Jacksonville
Jaguars, a DVD player given by J. R
Perry Insurance, a 4-pack wine as-
sortment donated by Make-N-Take
Wines, and an MP3 player courtesy
of Allstate Insurance.

Chamber Ambassadors
Elaine Umbaugh (At-
lantic Coast Federal], Bill
Evatte (MYM Strategies],
Frank Houle (Orange
Park Lions Clubl and
Carol Taylor (Beacon En-
lerprises] pose with Jlax-
son DeVille.


.1'


A representative
with Fleming Island
Family Chiropractic
gives a massage to
an Expo attendee.


Log on toclaytoday.biz
y.- .


Clay Today


I,


October 2005


MEMBERSHIP


www.clavchamber.orLr





Clay County Chamber of Commerce Links


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.rip at some
point in your life w therfo -
yourself or for someone you love.
Have you ever wondered exactly wihat /i:-
emergency ? A medical emergency is any condifion-
that needs medical treatment immediately and can 't
wait for a routine doctor's visit. Emergencies;iow-
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 arid relocated its-
Priority Care, which has its ownvemergency physi-
caan amnd nursing 0sta exclusively treat patients
with minornemergencies
Prioity Caes philosophy is to provide imime-
diate.atteitidn to patients with minor emergencies.
Priority Careafitenat are not vying for attention
with the- more serious emergencies. The goal of the-
program is to -eduice wait.times for all patients vis-
iting either the:Emergeney -Deartment or Priority
Care and so far, it seenis 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 series -
Priority Care is a service of the Emergency
Department at Orange Park Medical Center and is
nowlo ated adjacent-to the hospital ati 895:
Kingsley Avenue; Suite 504. Hours of operation_ are
11am- -1pin daiiy..


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 11pm, seven days a week.
A brand new location and overall enhancement to Orange Park Medical Center's
Emergency Services.


Big-City

Healthcare

for all your little


Emergencies


1895 Kingsley Avenue,
Suite 504
(Adjacent to Orange Park Medical Center)


S- --- : : .

Orange Park Medical eA

Swww.opmedical.com


Y,-- eiC-.:


October 2005


12 www.claychamber.org