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


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/UF00028416/00041
 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 20, 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: UF00028416:00041
 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
    Section A: Clay Business
        A 10
        A 11
        A 12
        A 13
        A 14
        A 15
    Section A: Clay Features
        A 16
        A 17
        A 18
        A 19
        A 20
    Section A: Clay Military
        A 21
    Section A: Main Continued
        A 22
        A 23
    Section A: School's In
        A 24
    Section A: Fleming Island Today
        A 25
        A 26
        A 27
    Section A: Fleming Island Sports
        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
Full Text

OCTOBER 20-OCTOBER 26, 2005 EDITION It Pays To Know Your Community 50c Section A of three sections VOL. 35 NO. 42



i OP Mall seeks to expand


By Greg Walsh, Managing Editor

GREEN COVE SPRINGS Owners of the
Orange Park Mall are asking for permission
to expand three existing department stores
and allow construction of a fourth one.
Documents filed in the Clay County
Planning and Zoning Office show Simon
Properties of Indianapolis wants to add
more than 170,000 square feet toJ.C. Pen-


ney, Belk and Dillard's arid to biiild a
Dick's Spoitingi Goods.
lihe coMuit Plannin g C(ommission
i% ill ie% iew the Simon Propeiries'rezon-
in i: IequeSt at 7 p.in. Monda\. Nov.7,at the
counts Adininisi action Building.
A spokesper son for Simon Properties
declined to coniment onthe plans. -
"We lhae nothi ng to confirm or an-
nounce about that at this time." said Ash-
le) Cameion of KC Public Relations


in Atlanta.
SinS announcing the rezoning-from
"BSC" to "Re-BSC" are p-,osted along
Blanding Bouile% ard near Wells Road.
The county's planning staff is recom-
mending approval of the rezoning re-
quest, saying it meets existing land use
maps and the county's coimprehensi% e
plan, the documents show.
OP MALL continued onl pageA-7


See more photos, pages 8-9
Fox Meadows residents
rally against Cecil
See story, page A-3

Fleming Island Today

Thunderbolt reading
program popular
- story, A-25

Sports
e* Kestone drops district
-gane, B-1
s
88ORE tEWS
CaumpIBlanding buffer
:(potids, A- 13
Poc briefs, Page A-2
*Imif01 preview, A-2


Pumpkins


invade area


churches
By Trisha Cormeny. Staff

While ghosts and goblins begin to
don the store shelves, p, umpkinsl have
taken up reidence outside .-,e r.l a ea
chuTchclies.aii!i'ulrhin rg [l *:i inicng of
the season.
Asburs United Mclthdist C.hutirch
Orange Park United Methodist Chin ch
and liddlebuIrg Unuied Methodist
Chimch all opened then pumpkin
patches last week and ofter cottnv resi-
dents gourds. pumpkins and vai ious
other acti\ idtes to enjov until Halloween.
'It 'san out eaclh i the communnit,
and weget to socialize with die people.'"
said Susan Hutchinson about the sixth
annual e\ent taking place at Middle-
bui g United Metliodist Clun ch "There
will also be story timesavailable.Prices
are $1 and up."'
Pumpkin Patch Chairman L\nn
Lenzie said that MUMC raised $5,000-


STAFF PHOTO BI TPI1SHA CORMTIN
Orange Park United Methodist volunteer Beth Taman admires the gourds.


i.i.H')lastr\ earanid mnostcof theinmolne went
toward vouth min itry, mission needd-, the
Food Biidcge and the Biead Ministr\.
"hI(n onei of our imajo fi indraisers,"
said Lenzi about the patch. "We'll be
using the minnes wherever there's the
greatest need."
Down the road. Asbury United
Methodist Church was also setting up
pi ices (for the pumpkins and gourds)
its patch,proudl. displaying everything
from gourds to pumpkins too big for
one person to pick tip.


I a fund aisc fiorthe churcl and
helps pr oide income to the Navajo In-
dian ti ibes of New Mexico who grow
the pumpkinss" said Dec Steinwn, cooi -
dinator of the eventfior Asbury United
Methodist Church, which will have its
patch open 10 a.ru.-duck Monday-Sat-
urdav and noon-d usk Stunday. ",We've
been doing this for years."
According to Stenum, last year's
patch raised$8,000 for Asbury United
PUMPKINS continued on pageA-12


Expert gives Clay County plan



for j' -reasmbs, prosp- ety
for increasing it


By Greg Walsh, Managing.Editor
gwalsk@jcpgroup.com

GREEN COVE SPR INGS The
public will have afn oppori tunitl
Thursday,OcL 20, to hear aneco-
nomic expert's plan for improv-
ing Clay Cou nty 'sjob g''i th.
The meeting featuring
William Fruth, whose company ,
Florida-basedPolicom Inc.. has
made economic strategies for
dozens of U.S. communities. is


Willia


set for 6:30 p.m. at the Thrasher-Horne
Center for the Arts.
The meeting is the second of two this
week hosted by Fruth. The first was
Wednesday, Oct. 19.
Chamber officials say Fruth's plan is es-
sential to helping "thousands of residents
(who) must endure long, frustrating and


expense' e commutes to
work each da\ in order to
hae a cldecent paying job."
In comniments last week.
toi Cla County elected of-
f icials.Fruth said the co in-
..i must acquire land and
cr eate at least t woindustri-
al parks complete with in-
,t roast ucture, zoning and
S utilities-in ordei oatttact
am Fruth "primaii emploseis."
"Land is the k.-." he said.
Described by Chamber of Commerce
officials as creating a "roadmap for the fu-
ture," the meetings are intended to detail
what Fruthi seesaskev objectives the coun-
tymust meet in order to attract the pri-
mary employ ers that pay wages closer to
the national average ofjjust'under $38,000;
Primary emplco ersareones tha paN their


cinploeesa wagehighei than the count\
a\ei age salary. and expoi t their goodsancd
services outside the area. Fruth said.
Statewide. primary v employers pay an a' -
eriage sala n ot $35.91l compared to $25.691
fori ose woi king in Clas Counts. Fr uh said.
He recommended the counts pursue
mantiacturing companiess in the pharma-
ceutiical and medicine: commercial and
seriice:inachiner)y:medicalequipmentand
supplies and comnputer-related indusu-ies.
Among the key recommendations for
Clay County are:
Create two industrial parks, each
being 200-500 acres -
Support creation of the Outer Beltway
Partner with-St.Johns River Commu-
nity College to provide technicalassistance.
*Reconstruct the chamber's website to
EXPERT continued on pageA-15


/3- 544 60-00


-PO BOX 117007
I .GAINESVIL.LE FL 32611-- 7'007




& Clay County Crescent www.claylodaq.biz






CLAYTODAY.BIZ Qctober 20, 2005


~4m


POLICE BRIEFS


Young Bulford coming to Ham Jam;

style compared to Brooks, Gill, Taylor

Special to Clay Today performed a jaw-dropping
performance in the 2004
Johnny Bulford, a Colgate Country Show-
a singer/song- down and earned himself
writer Whose firstplace.HewontheFlori-
music has depth da state title in November
well beyond his I 2004 and is currently com-
years, is capturing peting in the'2005 Colgate
audiences in the Country Showdown where
pop and country he has already advanced to
scenes. His style of the state level.
music has beenri Bulford received the
compared to the .2004 Award for Best New
likes of Vince Gill, i Performance Artist/Writer,
Garth Brooks, and | in the category of New
James Taylor. Country, for the Southeast-
Bulford estab- ern United States Region
lished himself in given by the IMAA.
the upper echelon Johnny Bulford He has been working
of the 'country close 1) with former MCA
music community and at the early age recording artist Marty Brown on a
of 20 he has opened for headliners new album where Bulford penned
such as Collin Raye, the Warren Broth- seven of the ten songs, including co-
ers,Josh Turner, Trick Pomn. Emnerson writing "Southern Thing," and "Sail
Drive and Chuck Negron. former\ of Away with Me".
-Three Dog Night Bulford performs in Orlando with a
He performed with Charlie Craig, five-piece band at arious test %als in-
pMarty Brown and The \.'ilkinsonaL cluding the Florida MuNic Festial. He
a wri her's sho [ir s year for Fan Fair performed for the 4th ofJuly festivities
in Nashville. at Lake Eola in Orlando.
A Florida finalist in the 2003 Col- TheJohnnyBulford Band will light
gate Country Shomwdo(n, lie mised uptheHamJam sia.ge ai 7 p.m. Friday,
the'big prize' b\ just a fe% points. He Nov.4.



Gov. Bush recognizes CCAR


SSecial to Clay Today

TALLAHASSEE Gov. Jeb Bush on
Wednesday, Oct. 19. recognized the
Clay Countv Association for the Re-
tarded Services. Inc. of Green Cove
Springs as the week's Points of Light
Award recipient.
"With the help of CCAR Services
Inc.. many disabled Floridiais :u e able
to achieve self-sufficiencv and obtain
the skills to function in their comiui-
niit." Bush said. "I commend CCAR
Services foi the immeasurable rnplact
the have on dithe lives of disabled
members of the community."
CCAR Services Inc. provides as-
sistance to individuals living within


disabilities and offers support to
their fmanilies.
"'C(CAR is one of those organizations
sot rarch hear about outside of the
ronptofit coimuniiv." said Ed \ard
Kell, attorney\ and voluhmuer member
of the CCAR Board of Directors "Its
dedicated staff not only operates as p e-
school for multi-handicapped children.
but also serves a population of hiun-
dredasof adults iithdecvelopienitaland
physical disabilities."
The Governor's P::.ints :t Light
Aa ard, sponsoi ed b\ Ro\al Caribbean
International and Celchritv Cruises,
recognizes a Florida resident or or-
ganization that demon-strates exem-
pliu v service to theta on unituy.t.


Wife shot, husband arrested

Clay Today staff
ORANGE PARK An Orange, Park
woman was shot in the head while at
home Wednesday, Oct. 12, and her hus-
band was later arrested.
Marietta Fitzger-
ald Jones, 54, 'of the .
2200 block of Chablis .
CourtWest, was taken
to Shands Jack- "
son ilk follow, ing he .-
3:'31 p.n sh ,tioung .
that happened after .
domestic argument
involving her hus-
band and a daughter, Philip Water Jones
according to an Or-
ange Park Police incident report,
Philip Water Jones, 57, was charged
with one count of aggravated battery, the
report stated, and was being held in the
Clay CountyJail.
The incident started when Philip
Jones, who was intoxicated, and his 34-
year-old daughter, Keshia Brinson, got
into an argument that became physical,
the report says. When the father came


Clay Today staff
GREEN COVE SPRINGS An Oct. 25
public hearing on Clay County's purchase
.of a former Girl Scout camp could bring
the months-long process to a close at least
from the county's standpoint.
The Board ,:_fCmo inty Conmissionel s.
\hic h has already\ tw ice 't,:d in ifa\or of
bu) ing the 153 acres that border rs Black
Creek near U.S. 17, is expected to take a
final vote. after listening to any public
comments on thel pin u cie.
The Girls Scouts Council of Gateway
Inc. is selling the piopeti t for $4.3 million.
T he'coint 's portion ii ithe costwillbeap-
proxima[el5 ) i2 million ,ith a grantfrom
the Florida CommunitiesTrust picking up
theremainder.
The heariin'F comes oll a fe. weeks
after Contln1 (Con -iission i s heard that a
preliiinar'\ en'ironimneinal stin\e\ o'f.the
pi operit) raised soimecoinCe ns..AmiOcngthe"
findings bv Aerostar Fnvironmental Ser-
icesofJackson\ ille in itis phase I ,tudh was
that an tindeigroCund fuel storage/tank


out ot a bed'ooim with a .38-caliber
gun, Brinson went outside to tell an-
other daughter.
The two daughters told police they
heard a gunshot, went inside and found
their mother on the floor with a gunshot
wound to the head, the report says.
Theft charges hit FHP worker
ORANGE PARK Grand theft charges
have been filed against an Orange
Pail man accused of stealing equip-
inile t iom the
Florida Highway
Patrol and selling .
it on the Internet.
William Robert
Clark, 29, also faces
a charge of dealing
in stolen property
following his arrest .
on Monday, Oct. 10,
according to a Clay
Count\ Shtriff's William Robert Clark
Office arrest report
Clark, an FHP telecommunications
specialist III, is accused of removing a.
BRIEFS continued on pageA-31


might stillbe located on the property. It also
questioned whether vatfor "cow dipping"
alsocouldbe on thepropertybecauseitwas
used for raising-cattle prior to the Girls
Scouts taking over.
The vats, common in Florida in the
early 20ih cenllurN, were filled widit arsenic
tokilllickspIla.i.ingcai.lr heeds
"\We d0Ion't iknot it ihel d:'Se a at there (A
not,"saidLynnh\Waton.propetI manager
for the GirlScouts of Gateway Council Inc.
"There's only the possibility because the
property was once used to Iaist cattle."
Because of those concerns, Aerostar
recommended a phase II study, Watson
said. But he downplayed the importance of
the followup study.
"The phase II recommendation was
merely a precaution," Watson said. "We
don't anticipate any problemss"
. The Gateway Council, which manages
a 16-county areain Northeast Florida, also
is completing a land survey and title
search, which are needed for the sale to be

CHOWENWAW ciuitzniid on ipageA-23


.,. ( i ('-- ( "g"*." '- *
l


Hit the Road and Set Your Sights High
With the versatile 2005 Toyota Matrix,
i_ --. .you can't help but think of the possibilities...

S Loaded with ALL Power, 16-in. aluminum
alloy wheels, stylish, new taillights, 53 cubic
feet of cargo space, cruise control, fog
lamps, power tilt/slide moonroof with sun-


Shown with LORING MURRAY


shade, color-keyed front and rear under-
body spoilers. AM/FM with 6-disc in-dash
CD changer and six speakers, ABS, Driver
and front passenger front seat-mounted
side airbags and front and rear side curtain
airbags.

Loring Murray with Hart Green Motors
invites you to come by for a test drive.


You won't be disappointed!


HART GREEN

MOTORS
1577 Wells Road Orange Park 215-9500 i


For subscription information to Clay Today call 264-3200 x136

^ A, w,',' '" .".'..'. .. .... .........- --..- ,-- .............. .. ... .... ..-...... . . . . ---- --- ----


Public hearing set on Camp


Chowenwaw purchase


,gctQber.20, 2005


CLAYTOID AY.BIZ


Section A-2







"LL4nhr 9l 9ll!CAYOAYBZ eVo -


Fox Meadows residents bend McGovern's ear on Cecil Field
Cecmil Reid issue
By Debbie ,srael-Messer, Staff keeps revolving
disraeInwsser@jcpgroup.corn


FOX MEADOWS More than a hundred
Fox Meadows residents gathered Satur-
day, Oct. 15, to listen to information about
the reopening of Cecil Field and to talk to
their County Commissioner Pat McGov-
ern.
Presented by members of the Better
Westside Project (BWP), the meeting con-
centrated on information distributed by
Jacksonville's Mayor John Peyton to the
Base Closure and Reuse Commission
(BRAC) and the actions by the Jack-
sonville City Council.
McGovern, who listened to residents
after the meeting, told those present Clay
commissioners had heard from residents
and determined they want to assemble
the facts to look at the situation.
"We want to be able to use our own
facts for Clay County, not the facts for
Clay County produced by Duval County,
said McGovern, who said he wanted to
represent Fox Meadows residents, and
will look at those facts as if he was a resi-
dent.A retired Navy pilot who flew out of
-Cecil Field, he has yet to take a position on
the proposal.-
McGovern attended the last two meet-
ings of Jacksonville's Military Affairs
Committee at the invitation of the com-
mittee chair Lad Daniels.
Former Council member Alberta
Hipps, who represented the Westside
after Cecil closed, thanked McGovern for
attending.
Jacksonville Council member Glori-
ous Johnson, who also attended, said
elected officials' conscience would tell
themhowtoaoreand the proposal wasan
insult to the people li\ ing in the area.
BWP members stressed residents
should inform themselves and then get
involved b\ attending meetings, writing
letters and making phone calls.
Fox Meadows resident and BWP
n member Karja Palmer said. "Pe\ton
'made misstatements under oath and the
Navy has not been inEfor nied of the cor-.
rect information foir the area."
Since Peyton's presentation to BRAC,


CariSonWagonlit


60 month

CERTIFICATE,


4.90%APY.
510,OCm' minimum


4.75% APY
$500 mnmum -


STxFF PHOTO M DEBBI E i[R EL ME SER
Commissioner Pat McGovern and former Jacksonville City Council member Alberta
Hipps listen as Fox Meadows residents oppose the reopening of Cecil Field. The over-
flow crowd stayed to question McGovern.


opponents have questioned the validity
of the information presented.
For Fox Meadows residents, one .issue
is the location of the Air Installation
Compatibility Use Zones (AICUZ).
The zones define where the Navy has
determined crashes may occur as well as
outlining areas where the decibel level
(dBA) will be at least 65 decibels.
Pe tion presented BRAC with map of
those zones in A ugIust. L iter determined
by city staff to be inaccurate.
Peyton told BRAC members, "You will
never have the same encroachment prob-
lems at Cecil that you currently have at
Oceana." The map presented to BRAC
did not show areas within Clay County.
Two weeks ago, theJacksonvilleMili-
tary Affairs Committee was presented
with a different AICUZ map and told the
city had not enforced building restric-
tions required for structures constructed
within the AICUZ.
: Cla\ has similarly discovered the
coUnnt\ has not been'enforcing restric-
tions imposed by ordinance for struc-
tures built within the AICUZ, according
to Planning Director Thad Crowe in an
e-mail to Cla\ coin miii ones.
The new AICUZ will be deter ini ned


b\ lthe NaJ- a etfie lookinm- at % hch i: e
% ill be placed ai Cecil Field and consiui-
ei ingl a tinumber of ot her facto rs includ-l
In. \,ind, cuathler. and rurn-a\
placemnit.
One conclusion is thlI Al(CUZ maple
used b\ Pe\ ton, based upon 1\W-i let data.,
is otI-oft-date and the A.ICLZ lines ,% ill
Oinl\ e\pdad. noti -0Ictlc'..
That is due to the t\pe ot Jet'. tie-
quenci of t liglt opci pe tions and [\ pe ot
train in that takes place at the field.
McGo\ein noted theF A 8l'scu rrent-
h1 in use are knioi n togenerate 117 deci-
bels and [lhe ne F -35s in production n ill
generate oer i150 decibels.
The League for the Hard of Hearing's
Noise Center sa\ s. "continued exposure
to noise above 85 dBA o\er time, %%ill
cause hearing loss.c"
The center says."to know if a sound is
loud enough to damage \our ears, it is im-
portant to know both the loudness lesel
(measured in decibels, dBAi and the
length of exposure to the sound. In gen-
eral. the louder the noise, the less time re-
quired before hearing loss %,ill occur."
Pilots u aijning for carrier landings % ill


9 month
CERTIFICATE


3.70%0APY*
S. "100,000 minimum:


3.55%-APY*
$500 minimum


In the two months since the Jack-
sonville Council voted in support of the
proposal the following have occt ued:
Aug. 19 Council adopts resolution
supporting reopening of Cecil Field, in
special meeting called with less than two
hours' notice.
Aug. 20 Resolution included b\'
Mamor Pe;ton's BRAC presenratin
which also sa\ s the iit' will deliver Cecil
Field to thc Na\v "t iecand clear".
*SepI. 13- Council Presideucit kevin
Hivdc iiitrodIuice bill tordinanLCe au-
Lhori/ng i-ss.' animie (,t $50 mIillioin in spe-
ci:il I et en e bonds 1t "t'inanice a portion
of th-e (C iv' potential obligations to,
uain't limCecilCol iiLitCelCentu baick
inl a iina\'a au l.I[ [OIL" Bo'nd pioceeds
are for puirdaseof existiIIg eCina utkases
at Cecil Field and relocalon costs tof
those tenallnts.
Oct. 16 -Council Ptesideii(Ke\in
H\de issues letter asking for MithiJhawal
of tlie bill.Hyvdeasks4councilmemnbersto
encoir age the jacksoinville Economrnic
DeL elopient Cornmission to takc "all
steps possible to inmediatelh market and
grow private scctorde\elopimentrof Cecil
Commerce Ceuter."Hyde. whoappeared
at the ma;or's press conference to ex-
plain the proposal Aug. 26, sa\ she is coIn-
vinced strongn. private developnien is
the best, long-term future for Jack-
sonv.ille's growdhandqualitv of lifeall it-
izens seek."
*Oct.17-Jackson\ illeCit, CAoinicil Fi-
nance committee members vote 5-1 to
withdraw the same bill to allow the sale of
a $51 million dollar bond issue.
*Oct. 18-Jacksonville Militar .Affairs
Conmittee also votes 6-0 to recommend
withdrawal of bill andapprovesaresolu-
tion by Council timber Daniel Davis
(who repress ats jprnity of the West-
side)sLtpportilgcurrentindusrialuseof
the field.
Oct. 25 -Jacksonville City Counc il
will vote on the committees' econuuen-
dation.,on the bill and the resolution.


FOXMEADOWS contnmed on page A-30




Trouble Getting Pregnant?


www.discoverhealth.us

CLT 01044205




New Ph sician Joins
F A FLORID'NL" '
.-/. J.. ASSOC IL '.


Jeffrey "ubis, DO.
Hematologist & 1\ medical Oncologist
_* .0 .' . .. : -'


WVyStar
Credit Union
S We never forget that it's your money.
.' "Arnnual Percentage Yields iAPYs) shown are effective as of September 2&, 2005,
S. and are ublecit to chajne There is a substantial penair, lfr earl,. Withdraw ail fr.: n
certificates. SVIr i. i s sured by the National Credit Union Administration.

Nowv serving all residents of Northeast Florida.
7 ., (904) 777-6000. www.yystarcu.org, .,
J .- ^ S \ .' \ 1 '^ '* -* ( l i -' : \ 1 ^ '


Practicing at
Orange Park Cancer Center
'2161 Kinjgslev Aenue -
904- 272 3139


And
Baptist Medical Center South
14546 St. Augustine Rd., Suite 317
904 260-9445.


u ce

Trave1~


Live Oak Plaza
U.S. 1 7&Kingsley Ave. 269-00-'01 \
_A, (Between Eckerd's & Winn Dixie) A'- A


VYSTAR CREDIT UNION


A practice of''
P a '1dCON a~4


Section A-3


CLAYTOD.AY..BIZ


rti-nhor 0. 9005









JIT d r r *JON CANTfRELL, Publisher : ... "
m n- "'I-" ,- .. [ I.i ODDY, SUSAN S.ER Salehrs
p .U.. ^ ^^&,ClayCountyCresent r. .. .., ...-. ,: .., ... ... J,1 : l.,

+ + ; *Q I ', .,_, l ., _,, I r'l; .. I I_" .11 l, l.: II l' l l- -i. l H'l" II'" n, n. -'.e n" i.. ; '- '" ,
S. ., .


Make your voice heard for


Clay's future and yours


From where Isit


Itkis pl lal fh .f1 t.
s.t\ (kl% C(., Mi s t a .1 '-- -
c r,,ssroads. Th p,,pn-
lai iot isgi ro in. faasf e r y
than the infrastruc- ...
tuie.I spite.'fihipact ......
fees for roads, impact
feesfor schools, pro-:
[ orli things htl,, ec- Bob Henderson
tricity and water; in 'I1- /* 'i-
-spiteoffpIopo,.1sof:i- .
it l fe,.t [ ic( s:1i1 spin, :, c lt all tli, i resid., t 1sa 1ie
by thliehliudrdseacli eat.
-Sorii- Lc"iinnimnitries-ilort in Clay Coun-
.t) i .n ah:copteli i impai I fre, f: pol cI fil -
and sal't\. Ar,- these in Cla\ (.,Auit\' Sfu-
tuee,as\,ell.
Sul! lle) come.
Each nie esideint puts a newbI'hdenl
on existing inI astrictiiil e ,f create., a de-
nand toi additional suteets, scho-ols, s\- -
ersand se \ices. All of these ,aue necessai \
but the\ ate not free: someone must pa\
for them. In Cla\ Cotunt\. bi and largi it
is the homeowner that must foot the bill.
Without change, it will continue in the
same direction.
William Frutih of Policom Inc.(see re-
lated store\ elsewliherie in todal 'spapei la-
bels Cla\'seconomn as "weak." Cla\ is 361st
of theiat aion 3i61 metropolitan areas: its
average wage is 362nd. As die population
burgeons.jobs will increase but the\ will be
lo%%er paving jobs diat \will(drag the average
even lower.
Do we "...build a fence around Cla\
County and discourage new residents?"Of
coIu use nor: betie\e it or not, soIe comn u-
nities have tried that and failed. Growth
cannot be stopped. But it can be controlled,
guided., shaped in a wa\ that will pro\ ide


hiih-p[\ in ji-obs1 foir Clay's residents. Close
a liomei jobs. ot-, tlt ia >, n'tr e-ltuirea '-".1-
llinlHte Ltc u.illl IIl [io; l ie. oltuitlCsIde
thecounty. -.
Fruth describes commercial and in-
du(su ial lbusiiihses thai he describes as
"l:.,ttini,,\" or "uL, ribt iu,., \,T ."Th ,: die
businesses that create products and.serv-
ices within t]e cl ,u nt\ and iri.-tket t iLcn I
elsewhere. :Tlis brii'g'"new"mnoi -\ int
le :o ii fin n1it\ andi i : blr'i.htci'eco--
P 1 _I-11tLi(- .iIIO>N:>lI I;- :_ nd1 hii lh': 1 1 .til:t IlC-..

htl-i. Itullami .-.tsuch bLincssesto

Roadmap forOpportunityv
:night.as wereiciontilt-I in last 'cek's
paper, there will b,-a pu. [ i .gathj .rlcrin ir
ithe Tlir:aihei -Hoi ne C:ater foi tihe Arts,
S. 1 ( r.1 ilh:-e Au-..( tgve P.ark. tk, discuss
C.lai" pI- blnm .and exi:,lhre p, .ssil:,le soh u-
tioll; TTnirhes',ion ill % be-'in jIat:F30p.I.
Fruth will pri esen a plan oif actionhe
ha< pretaii d [it Cla) Couility and will
field questions and comments, from
the audience.
As long as vou remain a L resident of (Clai
C.until. \ouLI futiireand that l \our lanm-
il. %u ill r ie and tall with idie county. Withi
that in mind, wouldn't \ou like to h elp
shape die count\ ifuttue?
Friudi not onl will la\ out li suigges-
tuons or chasdicall\ munpovinig the coiuni's
economic picture. lihe ill explain in detail
how he arrived at his conclusions. He will
enlist support.
Commtinin\ support will be vital to die
reju\enation ofotCla\ Counti's economy\ -
and \our lifestyle.
Become informed. Stav infoi'med.Join
other c citizens in su pport of real economic
development.
Attend tomight'sgathering and take the
first step toward a brighter economic fu-
tuIre for Vou and \our family.


How about a 24-7 air show


right t over your home


When the Navy Blue Angels come to
townNo\ --f,4-6, ,: -tlhtu Seal and SkI
Spe: .ac'iilai, they bring with theiin the
th iirnderii (c-Ncitenient of ha tit islikel
to be a Na\ al a\ iator in F A-ISC anicraft.
Onteof th-c air sh'olu s Iltes is the crash-
ing noise made b\ these Imoinst r jets as
the\ approach the cr'\d. Tihe\ siirprise
lie anticipating cro wd ,ithi a sudden
bur st of thunder and roar just like fire-
works and bombs \ould do.
This is fine entertainment, especially
for aviation fans and wannabes that
come to hear and be surprised and daz-
zled b -airborne close order di ill.
Now imagine \ou are wat ihing televi-
sion in sour home near one of the ap-
proach corridors for a rulni\a\ at Cecil.
There are four r isual flight rules entri
points to the runwa\ configuration at
Cecil. Imagine further that you are not
expecting that kind of noise daily.
minute b\ minute it could happen when
vou are on the phone, while \pur chil-
dren nap, trying to entertain .our friends
in the backward. Sudden noise like that


th1n b 1 -come- a means of torture -like
the ,-ni.iidot st.reicchlii1!. hii i,_"k-01soIn .man
horn b.loin riglit behind your car
st,:pped- in ci affic. It makes \.tii shlake, it
makes \o1 miad, it llmakes \ui Claz\.
It is lun toi.O at .h and hea. all the I ,nuis
at an air sho' bui e\ enl the Blues \i ill tell
\ou thlai \\hat \ou ar seeing is exacthl
whal ALL Nat al ai latiori at e ta.tgi ht n do
m training. including the squ.idrions an-
ticipated at Cecil Field.
Go1, and enjo\ the show, but this \ear.
think about ihoi\ it will be for the citizens
whose homes sit in the noise and crash
areas around the Westside. Especially
watch the reaction of the children in the
crowd. Nbu might notice that the\ are not
all squealing % \ith delight, main of [the
youngerr ones will be screaming in terror.
Then imagine it is \our home the Nai\e
will fhl over at 600 1000 feet at all hours
of the da\ and night and ask \ourself,
"Would I want that o \er mi home?"
iun Keliv
I- S SN et, _- ir Tia[(ffi CondilfI/


..- ..... ..... .. ... ..... ..... .. .. .. . ... .- .
mm an illegal drug probe


"a'--



'S:._"C ,.' 5. ; [,


oej To.:is; N cia, omj c,d a Ntm- r,.u & iidv c. POSTMAI-TER Sena Adrii.E LparigdE lo C13.,,, Tc'.J. 16, LETT ERS TO T H E ED ITO R CIRCULATION AUDIT BY
W 1bW1K1ngz4dy'AAM,6 '30M 1 6,arCie P36_Fl-d9 Cxnl Grscem. 1%-n ging, glov hm. Swe 1. Girang- Par, FLKOTI
IN CLAY (_-(XWTY, MAIL DELIvIDW L),S P S (CM-6M) Proaval Pc,,Ia.je Paid tit Ow-go Park Florida 7nf.,. Clay To63y S C Ixy Couritj
Subacripum Rot,
I yev- ;V. 4 M u-, rz,..- em %nowFi our .1pniom. Mail letiefS IG:
: NOTICE TO Arl-.-PR-17191FR Tlwa-jff3jr r- fi.WriRJ M WN a d 116111
OUTAY [f_4YJTY & OUT OFSTATE --H&r ShriU1.1 v %-pE-d -it cle3yly Edftor, C IBY VJ.3V &03 CCunt Gf-M-Mni
Suwpdon R3Fe 1560 KjngJ6-j AEnue Surp I r VERIFICATION
zn A m, ME Fd-., qwr. rd. agE g, j, g,3. Eg,&a inciudo a ph ina Grarige 1`13r. FL 320.- J-
zAiO L 11.6 3uP.r6J -if T. Tr- r, i number, md h, ric. m,:,,e Email lerWq lo: gNal6n9gkpgPoup r,,m
0UT4)F-CAklrJTfff CLP f TLOA, uxo -6 : q 3(, wows In ler.Qfh C.Li- ow
CLAr COLItM G-RESCENT, WILEDAIEW F vr'6-- M&Ld WWMd M06' *-a 11" [ 3C y T Fax letters to7 Ann Gieg Walsh.
SdbscdpVbn' Rm ccr,,w. F-H,,)r*E.-LL DEPAR-1-PhOi FG --" 3WD. MIMBER FVqrA F FIES A& I & Clal ouritv Cqwcent raiorvo Marragin@ Editof ig')4121F-F9c,19
1 Y- $50c.3 tfQ agnt Yo wil ill ll.-Iler Websile: vnA,. da jIu.,j.4,j.bjz
9M.Ltf T 1EAP MJE 19 'flP TO CLAr MDUNTY,
a ..... .........
NAW. -A. "MiN .........


NT A MI iVPFN MF--: R;WN


Qctober 20, 2005


. CLAYTODAYBIZ


Section A-4


blienderson@jil5group.com







0 ctnhpr~~~~~~~~ 2.20CLYOABISetoA-


Breast Cancer Awareness


Month in full swing


Let's all do our part to


improve school bus safety


By Joan Stearns

After heart disease, cancer is the lead-
ing cause of death in our nation. For
women, more than half the nation's popu-
lation, breast cancer is the most common-
ly diagnosed non-skin cancer. One out of
every eight women will develop breast
cancer in her lifetime. In the state of Flori-
da, it is estimated that 13,430 new breast
cancer cases will be diagnosed this year.
In these hectic times where many
women balance their careers with their
families, a trip to the doctor is not a pri-
ority. Yet, early detection is essential to
fighting breast cancer. It is important to
know that, when found and treated early
before it spreads, the five-year survival
rate for breast cancer is 98 percent.
Through a personal cancer journey
with Debbie Thaysen, my dear friend and
assistant, Ihave learned of the importance
of information, education, and treatment
alternatives. Debbie was a champion of
self-advocacy andan amazing example of
inner strength and optimism. Although
she lost her battle with this dreadful dis-
ease, she will be a role'model for all who
have shared in herjourney.
Right now, there are slightly more
than two rnillion women living in the U.S.
who ha\e been treated for breast cancer.,
The good news is that breast cancer
death iates are going down. This decline
is probabh the result of earlier detection
-and improved treatment. the benefits of
research, education and aw areness.
*We can all do our part in further re-
ducing the incidence of breast cancer by
knowing ouir risk. getting screened, and
talking with our fainil. friends and loved
ones about pie\ ention.To help recog nize
the importance of an open dialogue. I
w ;vould like to take this opportunity\ to
share some tips on pre mention and earth
detection w ith mv friendsand neighbors.
The combination of monthly breast
self-exams. \earlI clinical breast exams,
and regular mamunograms beginning at
: age 4ll is the best wa\ to detect breast can-
cer in its earliest and most u eatable stages.
BREAST SELF-EXAM (BSE): E ern
woman should examine her breasts once
a month to check for physical changes. If
S oi are tiiunstme ot how ic perform a breast
self-exam, ask \our health care pro\ ider
to demonsuate and explain the ideal tiine
to conduct one. It is very important tfor
women to become familiar w,,ith their
breasts and understand what feels nor-
mal.Start earl\. beginning at age 210.
CLINICAL BREAST EXAM iCBEi:
Be sure to ask \ s-our health care pr o ider
1: giv e \u a clinical breast examni eah
: year. The exa m consists of checking the
breasts for any changes, lumps. brother.
. +.possible w a r ning sig ns of breast cancer




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


SI


through physical touch and appearance.
You should begin having clinical breast
exams in your 20's and 30's.
MAMMOGRAPHY: Beginning at age
40, all women should have an annual mam-
mogram. It is a good idea to have a baseline,
mammogram at age 35. The mammogram
isan"x-ray" of the breast and is the most ef-
fective method of detecting breast changes
that may be cancer, long before physical
symptoms can be seen or felt
It is also important to know that while
all men and women are at risk, some
women are at a high risk. What groups are
these? Age itself is a risk factor for breast
cancer, of which many women are not
aware. About 77percent of the women di-
agnosedare over the age of 50.
Also at high risk are women with a fam-
ily history of breast cancer, women within-
heritedabnormalgenes, womenwhohave
previously had cancer in one breast, and
Sobese women with sedentary lifestyles.

The spouse of Rep. Cliff Stearns, Joan
Stearns is a member of Congressional Families
Action for Cancer Awareness, program of the
CancerResearch andPrevention Foundation.


It takes a team. That's one of our fa-
vorite sayings here in the Clay County
school district where the efforts of all em-
ployees administrators, teachers, class-
room assistants, school bus drivers, food-
service workers, custodians, school nurses,
secretaries, and other support staff are
essential to the success of our students.
The same notion applies to school bus
safety. This week, Oct. 16-22, is National
School Bus Safety Week a great time to
celebrate the fact that school buses are
the safest form of road transportation in
America, carrying millions of students
over four billion miles each year. It's also
a great time to say thank you to Clay
County's outstanding school bus drivers,
, h'. e~ e r\ dav.in iall ti pes of weather and
traffic, transport students to and from-
school safely and reliably.
Asgood ajobasour school busdrivers
are doing, we all can do more to ensure
that ClayCotu nt1 schoolchildren have the
safest school bus rides possible, That's.
why my union, the Clay Educational
Staff Proft-ssional Association i will be dis-
tributing a broc hure this week called
"Managing Student Behavior on the


WORLD'S FINEST


- w


GOLF JEV


f:. *'-
7 ~YC' ~>-i*~v:~.,~
L>LiL i~ C
-,
'5. ~ --


215-0120


,Tft'


Ifs


School Bus" to all school bus drivers in
the district. The brochure recognizes that
student behavior is one of the most im-
portant factors affecting school bus safe-
ty, and provides tips that help drivers
manage behavior effectively.
Other school and community mem-
bers can play their part as well. Adminis-
trators can help by setting strict and clear
rules for student behavior on school
buses, and enforcing these rules fairly
and consistently. Parents can help by talk-
irig to their children about these rules, as
well as other basic safety procedures. And
all motorists should make a conscious ef-
fort to drive vigilantly and obey traffic
reg illations. including stopping when
school buses display flashing red lights
and a stop arm. This law applies whether
you are in front of or behind the bus.
School bus safety is a team effort. By
working together, we can minimize
school bus accidents and better protect
our community 's most precious re-
sources-our children.
Ken Carter, President
ClayEdicational Staff Professional
Association
.... .... ... ... .. ... .--------.-.-.- -- ------



VELRY SEE OUR
DESIGNS:
: ', CUFF-LINKS
TIE TACKS
S BRACELETES
S' EARRINGS
SLIDES
CHARMS
KEY RINGS


LAYAWAY FOR CHRISTMAS!
-


for a FREE 1-day pass

and club tour. Hurry,


Ann, LFF


IL"


ff1 1.'- JI~0..,9-..f ~ .-..~ nh. ~j t W-fl-


U U '~


New Cruise Ship MSC Opera
C -... A ,.'. I.,. h1'. ,.r I 1 -1 1., I'1 .1^-_ L L.4.' "1-,,-'I L- 11 r .-,,-..1 'J :1
Cruise January 28, 2006
904-:529I64 '1." '


Section A-5


CLAYTODAYBIZ


October 20 2005


- -------- -- -- ---- ---


.* J'






Section A-6


CLAYTODAY.BIZ


October 20, 2005


GCS recognizes service, contribution


By Bob Henderson, Staff
bhenderson@jcpgroup.conr

GREEN COVE SPRINGS "Outstanding
service and dedication" were honored
Tuesday, Oct. 18, as the Green Cove
Springs City Council gathered before the
dais to recognize the 36 years of service
of twice-retired Director of Electric Util-
ityJimmy Knight.
Reading from a letter, Mayor Bob
Page briefly traced the. history of
Knight's career from lineman helper in
1967 to electric superintendent at his first
retirement in 1997. In 1999 Knight was re-
called from retirement as director of
electric utility, which post he held until


his second retirement in 2005.
"It will be a difficult task to replace


council turned to a proclamation declar-
ing the period Dec. 2,2005, toJa n. 2,2006,


Green Cove Springs will be only thefourth city in Florida
with such an extensive (Christmas light) display.


you," Page said, "since your tremendous
knowledge and expertise seem irre-
placeable."
In addition to the letter, Knight also re-
ceived a plaque.
The city is even now engaged in a
search for a new director for its electric
utility.
Following Knight's recognition, the


as "First Coast Winter Liglhit."
WinterLights willbe a two-mile drive-
through of 112 lighted scenes depicting
the Chiris ina -eas,,l- as well s. a Tinsle-
town Christmas village, an ice-skating
rink, a gingerbread house, a marshmal-
low roast and an outdoor movie theater.'
A five-story liglited Chrisn"maL tree
will tower over the display.


All activities are family oriented.
Green Cove Springs will be only the
fourth city in Florida with such an exten-
sive dis.pla. The Ci Cou niiil is hopeful
thatitw ill bet.inclh1 al anmal ecit, dla-
ing visitors rfiOl .iu nd N01'Noirheas Flori-
da and beyond.
Receiving the proclamation were
Reynolds Executive Director Ted Mc-
Gowai and Special E ents Coordinator
JoeHapi.
To help spread the lights of Christmas
throughout the city, McGowan and Hapi
are providing 20 mounted pole decora-
tions as well as a welcome sign on US17
and a tree tii inl lig a poolside in
Spring Park.


Giving official recognition to "First Coast Winter Lights" at Reynolds Yacht Center, the
Green Cove Springs City Council issued a proclamation at their Oct. 18 meeting. Join-
ing in presenting and receiving the proclamation were Councilman Mike Kelter, left;
City Manager Don Bowles, behind Kelter; Councilman John Buchanan, Joe Hapi and
Ted McGowan of Reynolds Yacht Center, Mayor Bob Page, Vice-mayor Debbie Ricks
and Councilman Matt Tinney.


-d'J







If you or a loved ow havc "ae.,r
it's conmfortilg to llo0' that va01 cal g gct world class
care right hcrc at Fleiiing Island.
SMehdi Nloezi,MD
S Board Certified in Internal Medicine,
Medical Oncology and Hematology

AL *")L -.-ONCOLOG
F- ASSOCIATES '
.. Fle'hi Tt, l.ihd. '

:1 t Eacile Hirbor P kv r,. it,.; A Or,,n-e F'rk FlP.:r,.b .2 i"2 -
'''c Phone 24 ri l F.i 94 2o- 4 .
,. : .-' ,

S :-- ..- ';- \. V,-,,.-V iconspeci.isi.t co -,. .. .' .


STIFF PHOTOS B BOB IENDEPRON
Capping 36 years of service to Green Cove Springs, retired Director of Electric Utility
Jimiimy Knight received the accolades of the City Council at their regular meeting Tues-
day, Oct. 18. Honoring him were City Manager Don Bowles, left; Councilman Mike
Kelter, Councilman John Buchanan, Knight; Mayor Bob Page, Vice-mayor Debbie
Ricks and Councilman Matt Tinney.




..... Convenniently CIo.e. 14ou II f-e like you ,e artbhomrne. .
Bu uet or FuIl Menu OPENINGCELEBRATION SPECIAL
O ONALLLUNCH&
.D- i e en.u ,l, DiNhER ENTREES .
S Kios EA'FDI EE EES
-r AMDBUFFETMEALS
t* I.efoo = .lin IIIH i 'O E


SITALIAN CUISINES
S BANQUET FACILITIES -
CATERING AVAILABLE
HWY 17 NORTH GREEN COVE SPRINGS
(ACROSS FROM WINN DIXIE)
MON THURS 1 I-AM 9PM
RISAT 11 AM- 10PM
-284-5929 ~ 284-5171 .


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


. . . .






Section A-7


October 20, 2005


OP council

sets raises

By Debbie Israel Messer. Staff

ORANGE PARK Toin Couincil meltm-
beIl ,n T- ucsd:\. ct. I,.1iatfLd b .tu i.n-
i ..t _ag eeme tsi10c I or il>- I1,11S
repri' n eni pti l e ic i 0ork. fiibhca Fliters
andl pc liCC offt icers.
allt\ ilkc .tses.tta d c.111 ti r pa\,ills,
d,.irinated the a.tleeinentchanges t. Fire-

incieeae Ptublic %:rksemplo\ces%%ill re-
ccti e a '' |: >-e r en iri'i casc an> .[,:] ) ",i'_1:' t'7'
ti it. sa:i.ts plain.
To1', rL AlI., tit\ra is.i Hlmin A l tin.l oL ilhIc il mi b lier
ali'rl td 10 isllsflv that Bo\ les, ,[3a-ed 1 it% i
BlllA 1 "i: [ pi l ti ] 111.l l'1 elbl,-ll..' ill
the for 11 of ai a.idition to hlis piMsin und
CoIlibl.iitt 1110 I lr A t11-i 1ii 11L .li 1 i [ all's
%". i l'.1? salat He i- appli\ ulI.g t) be halhlov,,rd ,
c,it nuibie L0o the s"L[lets pelsio- if t fi.ud. \. I li e
he hias 17 \eaI-t ste\ ice credLt.
Othri cotni l H iinel bers a-tied ,ithil
Cm it 11il 't i i lh Bt~I IiBt l ,i1peIi'1lion d.1ue
_itck l i i Ie lXt fie H o1r111 [i]'.
Inlir toher action, the coiimnctil held al it sI
reading of .-ll Ii'dill i-l e to pe lli111113 ; i-,"
toniler to open a colCntain1 of alcohol ur
consume alcohol in [he pali ing loI of an es-
tabli.hmenL
The nitmbci of irines per \ea l'i a pplih-
tant c Yan 'get a permit. and the permit fee_.
%\ ill be set b\ resolution if the o- diniance is
approved. Receiving a peirm lor t-) ix\
time per \ear %,as discttssd.
l.IndI thie odinance,; .restai _li litIeni
can apph for a per imi su'b.jc-it uo the flol-
_OWilln condilillons: pel missloll of tlhe
landro\ ni i. desig;naiing anI "alcohol 7onc"
W1ih 1 a ph\ sical hl:ui ie i; id requl il. a it-
i IeCl conliectionl [ tdie estabhilhnlciIL
S Theietmusit beasing lepinto cxitlad
enltr to lthe" alcohol zone" itonitor ed b3
securinr personnel.No motor relies. io-
t:0C rccles oir the selling I of alcohol are al-
lowed in the alcoholzo-ic.
Town Attoineu. Rob Br;adlee. priniar\
author of the ordinance, recommended a
per mit be obtained each ti ne an event i,
held. The ordinance\ will retiin fo1 a sec-
ond reading in November.
C OICouncil members appro\ ed an or -
dinance raisinL. the allowed height for
suuctilresnear tlueis tate 2 n5 fIom 55 feet
Sto 75 feeI.
Stn uiures betee-n 35 and 75 feet must
be framed widi concrete. brick or steel with
all extireriorand interior all sections using
cemen block, orothiCer fe h r sistant mate-
rialsapproved b\ the ton. 11.

OP COUNCIL outomnedi o, pa '.gA-31


OPAMALL kinp1aooMA-
The.~ Pla-i ng Commriss l ..l~ion will makei.-


Why Would You Take Your Heart


St. Vincent's Mledical Center once again has been ranked among the
Top 50 Cardiovascular Programs in the United States
by the prestigious U.S.News & World-Report.
!J.D.:Power & Associates awarded
St. Vincent's a Distinguished Hospital.
Patient coirplication and mortality rates are well below
National and local averages.
- St. Vincent's physicians are leaders in the field of Cardiovascular
diagnosis and treatment, and were the first to perform many
ground breaking heart procedures in Jacksonville.

When it comes to your heart, not just any hospital will do.
The Experts at St. Vincent's have led the region for years
in Cardiovascular health.


a recommendation to the Board of S
........... ...... .... .. v tCall' s s b
CountL C(ommissioners, who ha e the ,C: l
final sa\ on the request. St. Vince"
The 47.500-square-foot, one store .
Dick' Sporting Goods outld be built be-
,tweenJ.C. Pennev'sand Belk's. and ex-
tend into an existing parking area,
acco Icling loa preliminary site plan.
Each existIng store's fist and second i .
Floors would be expanded in tie follow-
ing proportions: 416.21:.0) square feet.J.C..
Pennev's: 40.000 square feet. Belk',,: and .
40,000 square feet, Dillaid's.
The proposed plans also show addi-
tional parking-apploximatel 500(1 more
slot-s-and paving areas along ihe eastern -
edge of the property near Wells Road
Plans also show a retention pond bein. ,.
construct ted along the eastern edge of .
the existing parking area. I"
All the existing anchoHr stores al';so 1 W
signed letters indicating then support .-.".' '
for the expansion of Ithe 100-acre mall.
. iliuh Op ansed iin.the eC i 1 1 4 .7s. the
I%, +,I- e o.r ,s lo \: te-, ... .. .


today for more information on why
nt's is Where The Heart Experts Are.


904-308-LINK
www.jaxhealth. corn




:+ONE .. +..


T:Vl.INCENT'S
-here Hert E.perts ArTM
here The Heart'Experts Are


b-i-- ~
6


9 9 .99


CLAYTODAY.BIZ'


o,









Festival Seasen arrives


fT\xFF PHOTO B( GREG Wv\LSH
Linda Adams of Orange Park looks over stained glass ornaments on display
Saturday, Oct. 15, at an Orange Park Fall Festival booth.


CORRESPONDENT PHOTO BY NICK THOMPSON
Hailey Groover, left, Kaycee Dobbins, Danielle Rattigan, and Madison Surdyke, all
12-year-old cheerleaders from Lakeside Junior High School, try a spin aboard the
"Tornado" attraction during St. Cathrine's fall festival.


s.T\FF PHOTO bN GREG %\ % LH Orange Park resident Mallory Ramsay
Dotty Schmitt of Orange Park looks over a Fall Festival booth's wares Saturday, sings a song in the pavilion Saturday,
Oct. 15. Oct. 15, at the Fall Festival.


OD'8 WMw
Am--Az n--;I ,mw mwininm--A


OPEN
354
El


Infroduc
with chc
8c
Se
Marin


Bak
Jun
Su


7 DAYS A WEEK FOR LUNCH & DINNER
# WINGS $1 DRAFTS
EVERYDAY TIL 6PM ~ DINE-IN ONLY
ing NEW Dinner Vnrees DAILY LUNCH SPECIALS
ice of salad, potatoes & vegetable $4.99 MON FRI 11- 4
)z. Sirloin $9.99 MONDAY TUESDAY
a Scallops $9.99 Free Kids BIKE NIGHT -g
MIeal Furcra... ..' ..-gs and _: le
ated Baby Back Ribs j. .... ..' a ;e p..chr01 oT ,-U r
WEDNESDAY THURSDAY
$12.99 Texas Hold 'Em 7-10 TRIVIA-7-10
All '. u can -ar wnys .i10-:1T9 ThrF qamesanaa $1 q0g-11
ed Chicken $8.99 ,..o_ .__ ___ _...___, __o ,_ no__.o
SwIIh icken,0$8.99 wilr. a brae puicna1e ce.l,cal re T- h.a -nn.-r ol aad .a gT.
nbo Shrimp $9.99 FRIDAY SATURDAYCKS
IIAf OIIOKE EXTREME TRUCKS
rf & Turf $13.99 8 till Close JEEPS
6pm- 10pmo
rCall Ahead for To Go Orders 272-6010
789 Blanding Boulevard Orange Park _


CAPTAINS
LICENSE

$399
Price Includes Tuition and all
Equipment. No Hidden Charges
Starts on November
ADAMS MMIE
SEMIMRS

S Tolli free
877-447-1950
Test after course with
Capt. Mike Adams
www.adamsmarine.com


=it-


L,-Ai


CLAYTODAY.BIZ'


October 20,2005


Section A-8


F=FLiI.7f-- VWA Mal-







October 20, 2005 CLAYTODAY.BIZ Section A-9


(CORREirONDENT PHOTO ) NICK THOMPSON
Mikayla Reed, 2 years old, experiences her very first ride on a merry-
go-round with her dad, Bryan, of Fleming Island.


CORRESPONDENT PHOTO B1 NICK THOMPSON
Five-year-old Michael Holmes, right, falls just
short of the minimum required height for the
"Jungle Island" attraction as measured by his
7-year-old brother Kaelin.


'TAFF PHOTO B GCREG \,LSH
Maggie Keune, 8, of Lake Asbury shows off her new bal-
loon hat she got at the Fall Festival Saturday, Oct. 15.


2245 PLANTATION CENTER DRIVE
(ACROSS FROM FLEMING ISLAND HIGH SCHOOL)


Our office complex, Village Square, will t
hosting the Villanueva Haunted House.
Formerly located at Sandy Springs
In Eagle Harbor: It will be held on:


October 21-22
October 28-29
October 30-31


7-10 pm
7-10 pm
7-10 pm


Donations accepted as admission. All funds rait
will betefit Fleming Island High School and Hui
Victims. Each person wilt receive a free Trick-Oi
bag for attending. -


ricane B EDDIE ...RBKRT


4

4-S. .--*


We

r


-AND.-CYNTHIA VILLAN UEV-A Q.


.i iiuti ui r~urii ~~AChihkefAnd Aduhs


num wv nnumLcr

* CANDY BOY-BACK 4
Dr. Robert P. Fields is paying $2 for each pour
Halloween candy surrendered in his office


OrbdonteSei~~


id of
.


One dollar will go to the child. The other dollar will be donated to a
local charity. All candy collected will be sent to our soldiers in Iraq.

L The buy back dates and time are listed below:


November 1
November 2
November 3
November 4


9-5
9-5
9-5
9-5


S.November 5 9-5 9

With this ad receive $300 OFF an initial set of braces
This offer cannot be combined with any other offers, discounts pr.reduced jiuranc la.ns-. .


PUMPKIN
DECORATING
C CONTEST


e 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
Monday October 31st from 9am to 6pm. I-,
LS ^ Judging will be held Monday at 7pm.
022 IWe hope you will join us with this fun event!

t -


*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 910 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
-- Thank you for helping us.help our neighbors
;Y0-


S-~ -


L


F 7 77, 7 7- 7 7 0- 777


L- AMI


kp-m


CLAYTODAY.BIZ


Section A-9


October 20, 2005





.0






October 20, 2005


usness


Cottman Transmission under new ownership


By Trisha Cormeny, Staff
...,,. .-, '' ".

ORANGE PARK -Jim Connelly opens up
his shop and looks outside, waitingfor the
busy traffic on Blanding Boulevard to no-
tice him.
"I've been in this business-for 30 years,"
said Connell\. the newest owner of
Cottman Transmission. "I like to look at
my customers notjust as customers, but as-
friends. I like to be the problem solver, not
the problem."
Connelly, who hails from North Car-
olina;got his start in the business in high
school "playi-ngaround" under the hood.
From there, he moved onion [;seek a degree
in engineeringfrom Nor di Ca ol ina State
University and bought a service station
and garage.. .-,
"I was looking North Carolina south,".
said Connellk. who wanted to gi e up his.
11-vear ownership of the station and try,
his hand at owning another t[ pe of me-
chanic's shop. "I like Florida. I feel this lo-
cation and the schools in this area appear
tobe pretty good."
Inorder to take over the Cotunan fian--
c h ise, Connelly underwent even more
schooling and is noi a three-week old
graduate who specializes in drivability.
and diagnosis issues.


"We specialize in transmission arid
drive line issues," said Connelly, who in-
vites anyone to stop in for a free 21-point
multi-check inspection, including anelec-
tronic scan."I try to be upfront with peo-
ple and'walk them along the process."
Unlike odier transmission shops in the
area. Connellh promises that he and his
two employees ill first tear down the
transmission and then be able toqoitepo-
tential customers more accurate p ice.
Some transmission buisi nesses qtiote
ciistonmersone price on1i to ha\e them ar-


L'.iISTI I.FF PHOTO BM
TRISHA CORMENY.
5i- 1 Employees .
Richard
SDanyus,
left, and Bob
S,. Lathrope
discuss the
problems
with a trans-
Smission.




rive to pick up their vehicle and find the.
actual price to be hundreds more, Con-
nelly said.
"I don't like the 5 o'clock surprise," he
said. "I don't believe in it."
According to Connellh: the 21 point
checkuLp iincides checking domestic and'
imported vehicle fluid levels, a compre-
heinsive road test, external examination,
of the driveline. free preliminary elec-
tronic scan and a filter and pan check.
"I want to help people and to be fair
and hoiiest," said Connelly. "I've always.


nad an enirept ene eir's )prit.
Coniinell is not the onh piofessiotnal
working at Cotiman Ti nsmission. Em-
plohees Bob Lathlop- and Richard
Dan\ tis can alsobe fI found poking under
the hliood at 3-5 Bland ing B ckd.
"I like working with in\ hindso, n t-he
cai s," said Danvui, who has bIeen in-the
business for six earsiand specialize:- in re-
i :o\ al, installation and dri- line It-:pai..
W\\'ith 42 ears in the business, athr ipe
still finds the lechi olog Nfaschatinig.
"\ Een though it' different, like it."
said tathrope, who can handle rebuilding
the transmissions of both classic And
rndent \chicles. "1'iealih dallengin'g.
Connelly is proud to .be backed by
Lathrope and Danyus, saying that be-
tween the three of them, the local
Cottman Transmission franchise offers
-customers peace of mind backed by a na-
tionwide warranty.
"I'm enjoying-it," said Conlnell .,adding
his new pug \\as namnedafter the business.
"I hope to do business in pleasant and
profitable manner and to promote the
good-will of the community."
To find out movie about Cottman's na-
tionwide warranty, visit the shop at 345
Blanding Blh d. S a.nm.-6 p.m. Monidavs-
Fridays or 8a.m.-nooin Saturdays. or call.
276-7090.


17th Shriners golf tournament raisesmore than $17,000 at OP Country Club
Special to Clay today junction w ith the Flohi ida Shrine Bowl A total of 107menanidwmenpartic- considered "The World's Greatest Phil
S- Football Gamne and B:nquet are held to ipated in the tournament and enoed a .anthirop\" since its inception in 1922
ORANGE PARK The 17th Annual raised undsfor the Children's hospital. pertectda ofg-oltfandfellowshipa.tTlhe Now supporting 22 liospitals wliicl
Florida Shrine Bowl Golf Tournament The Florida Shrine Bow I sei \'es an Coultri\ (Club of Orange Park. pro' ide free orthopedic, spinal corn
benefiting Shriners Hospital foir Chil- additional purpose of exposing Nortih \ itli a 2 0)15 budget of Of' $625 million, and burn care to children tup to IS \ear
dren netted nea lv$17,000 Sept.19at The Florida athletes to college scouts re- the can poided h Shriners Hospitals of age. theShr inets ha helped.mor
Country\ Clubof O iange Park. suing in scholarships fori their hiiighel for children is no small undertaking. than 70i,000 children lead a func tiona
Each \eartheaiolftournanmentincon- education. Shlineirs Hosoitals tfor (Children isk and productive life..


of the uz Annual Childrenu '


I


~I,
rALLOWT N,





OWSPHOTO1


COWTfl I


1 Dress your child in costume I
20 Stop by the Clay Today office Mon-Fri, 8:30-5:00 to


Four Top costumes will be awarded passes!
5 -This i a REE community Annual Program
G6 -Take your own photo and mail in to Clay Today 1 56o
Suga: ley Ave. Orange Park, Florida, 32073 or e-mail to I
Jcantrell@jcpgroup.?om, including name, phone and address
with entry. AHl mail entries must be received by lo/2l at 5pm.

Call. Clay Today aCt 264-32oo with questions.




8 i "/ cuScotNnrc, scRw Orange Park Medical Center
Wi --t moo.Am,


Transpo rotation for care, whether'by
a ir. land or rail are additionalservices the-
Shriners provided free to patients.

NEED CASH??
CALL NOW!!



DO YOU HAVE A
PENDING LAW SUIT?
Cash Advances On Your
Personal Injury Claim..
We provide
Immediate Dollars
While Awaiting Settlement
Call Today:
(904) 673-7400


4w


,,Section A-40


,CL-AYTODAY.BIZ


I


t -
1

e
l


I







October 20,2005 CLAYTODAY.BIZ SecLion A-Il


Heritage Banks picks new president


Special to Clay Today


ORANGE PARK The Board
of Directorsof HeritageBankof
North Florida announced the
appointment of Randolph L.
Knepper as president and CEO.
Knepper replaces Donald
M. Pitts who died on May 30.
Board Chairman Bob Head
said, "Since Don's untimely
death, the bank has continued to
grow and prosper under the
guidance of acting CEO, Lois
Reineke, who had worked dclose-
ly with Don over-the past 25 Randi
years. She will continue with the
bank as executive vice president. We be-
lie% e dtat Ranil;\ h \ as banking expel ie ncu,
outgoing personality and organizational
skills will serve us well in the future."
Knepper is a Florida native ,*ho
comes to Heritage Bank from the Inde-
pendent Bankers' Bank of Florida. He
was a correspondent banker serving
Northwest Florida, Southern Alabama
and Southwest Georgia..
"It was lha id to leave good friends at-
IBB, but Penny and I believe this is the
right move and we look fi wari d to be-
coniing apartof the fabric of thisgreat
community," Knepper said..
Knepper began his banking career at
First City Bank in Fort Waldon Beach and
attended Florida State ULni\ersiit as a
scholarship recipient of .the Flo ida
Bankers Association. He recently se-red
-on the boards of Bay Bank & Trust in
Panama Cit\ and Beach Communit%


I
1


Bank in Fort Walton
Beach.
He returned to
North west Florida
after serving more.
than a decade as chief
of staff to Congress-
mian Earl Hutto.
While on Capitol-
HBill, hlie distinguished
Bh himself by beingelect-
ed to tth m terms as pres-
i ng t lf the U.S. House
of RepresentativesAd-
minnis uaive Assistants
ph L. Knepper Association. He also at-
-tended the senior manb-
agers in Go 'eriiMeit Pi gra ii at
Harvard Universit.
Kanepper curtcntl\ scres on" the
Boaid of Trustees foir Lite\ay Christian
Recoutires in Nasl,% ille. Tenn., aridhas
been actit e as a lai meii n ith the Florida
-Baptist Convenion initJackison \ille. He is
married to the former Penny Dalton- of
Springfield. a. Tlhe have tio children.
adaughterJoanna,. aindc a soni. Nate.
.Knepper said."I look for .acl to con-
tinuing the great record DonPitts estab-
lished; but kiow' there will never be
anotherone like him."
In theearly daNi of Clay CountyBank.
Pitts was c redlited width assisting the bank
through the problem loan crisis man-
banks faced coniing out of the 1980's. -
SKnriepper will seer'e-as president and
chief executive officer of Heritage Bank
of North Florida and Heritage Bant-
shares Inc. -


OP woman joins SimplyFunr


Special to Clay Today
ORANGE PARK Local native Jennifer
Roach is a new independent consultant
for, SimplyFun. a new party-plan direct
sales company offering oi iginal board,
card, and part games and other enter-
tainment products.
As a consultant. Roach will sell games
at in-home parties and assist the compa-
nI to promote the importance of pla\.
SimplvFun consultants hold game par-
ties at local homes to teach guests how to
pla each game.
Launched in Januarv 2005. Simph-


Fun'sgamresand other pla\-focused prod-
ucts are sold exclusively through a net-
work of independent sales consultants.
Designed to be simple to learn and
fun to play. each Simph Fungame iscre-
ated b. professionalgamedesig ners and
has rules thatariquicklh understood and
can be played in 30 minutes or less.
Demonstrating the game plaN is really
the keN to selling games. said CEO and
Founder Gail DeGiulio.
For more information about Simp -
Fun., callJennifer Roach at 904.276.18S75
or Visit the company weh-sitc at w\w.sim-
pl fun.com.


TRIPLED our Warehouse!
More In Stock Everyday!
Ceramic Tile ,;, Porcelain Tile ,nl
Llrtin uarllini li
1.25cents,4,,. 1.90 '.4
fc\7 Full Lines of Floor/Wall & Artwork Stocked
Experience the World of Tile
Ceramic, Travertine. Porcelain

64:; T- + +TEc +:


M .






"Our experience a
detail wilh each ci
we're #1 in t


3nd attention td
customer is why
the area."


a illidlIIIIIIIII( Tile & Supply, Inc. <
334 Parkridge Ave., Orange Park (904) 276-0570


[we are Orange Park's only retail distributor of




SJoin our team, work from home.
We train, no investment reqd, unlimited earnings
Call 904-505-6536
868 Blanding Blvd. O.P. (Ridgecrest & Blanding)
Sat.1.0 till 6,00
.^J ~ ~ 4 f^* j ~jd 4 jj*** *^ c


'THRASHER-HORNE
CENTER FOR THE ARTS

St. Johns River Comnmuinity College

TICKETS ON SALE NOW

904-276-6750






Off-
Broadway
Smash
Hit


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


U! JUICE
PNEWTON
THE
( iAMERICAN
GIRL
.... TOUR



Ay ClaTjoday


Features a repertoire of both Juice's standard songs like The
Swteetest Thing & Queen of Hearts 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 8 $27.00



: /2onnfra im'ss r r A-,a. :r ~
Flutist Donna Wiiringer 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 hedrt.
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
S283 College Drive Orange Park

FREE PARKING
............ "w, .. ,0ned anda'operated by-St. Johns River'Gommuniy College'.- ;-..


Sedio'n' A-11


CLAYTO.DAY,.BIZ


October 20, 2005


Ar






Section A-12


CLAYTODAY.BIZ


October 20, 2005


PUMPKINS from page A-1


Methodist, which used the funds for its
youth programs, evangelism and mis-
sion programs as well as for improving
its facilities.
"This year, we'll be focusing on youth
and missions and probably some assis-
tance to hurricane victims," said
Stenum, whose items will also be priced
according to size from $0.50 to more
than $30. "This will be a huge pumpkin
that one person could hardly lift.
In Orange Park, the youth of Or-
ange Park Uiiied Meil-iod-thli CthilliCh
and their parents not only sell pump-:
kins, but they also become storytellers'
and teachers for preschool children
who frequent the patch from 9 a.m.-
noon u-l'dai\s.
"It'sbecomea fall tradition ftr people


to stop in," said Mike Hailey, Youth min-
ister for the church who said that the
pumpkin patch gives the church a face.
"\e fac: 17 and sometimes all people see
is a bunch of cionc ,'r During the
month of October, they get to see our
youth and adults and meet the people
behind the building."
According to Hailet. it's not ji' st abC-iul
the fundraising efforts taking place.
"It's much more than a fundraiser,"
said Hailey, who said that when the
preschools drop by, the children are read
a story, able to explore the patch l,--okl ing
for the smallest and biggest pumpkins
and given .i le i,: 0 aib1i[hi.w' p ,inipLini
are grown. "Thcy have bIlaI.t. It's i -.I I
a fun thing for them."
Orange Park United Methodist's patch
is' 1 :pen 9i.im--Sp Ln.MI-I1d t -Fi i .lj.\9:i.in -
7 1 m.i.SatIuidaI\ lid ni' i -6 p.m. Sunday.


- tu- fl *,, '. tr..-IW- ) S, wm!,l. l B B_ .B llABBZBE '7 *.I'$n --.e T 'E.t-.
ST \FF PHOTO B\ TRIsH x CORMEN\
Courtney and Hunter Bernhard of Middleburg play amongst some hay and pumpkins
at Asbury United Methodist Church.



Cancer Society to host



Fashions For a Cure


PHOTO "PECI.%L TO CLA ITODAI

CCSO officer takes first
Clifford Sames, a Clay County Sheriff's Office motorcycle patrol officer, competes
Saturday, Oct. 15, in the first-ever Jacksonville Police Motorcycle Skills Challenge.
Sames, who's been a CCSO officer five years, received a first-place trophy in the
novice division. Officers were judged on how well they navigated their Harley
Davidson Road King in a tightly coned area and on balance at slow speeds. A
total of about 50 officers from Florida departments competed, said Sames, 28.





Stop counting minutes.


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


12I65 By Mtomla"
* Built-in spsi'eakrphcre
Bitltnn WAjlcie-Tsikte
S Web and E-ma eojbled
SGFS enabled
Buy one
Get one FREE
$49.99
SAVE $349.99
on TWO instantly.
S Qfferzquiresiatti-ac.n on a
new laie of :ervce *rth P Neel
tD3tlaSevce and 3 ",c-yeiF
ub:,.crlber agreement


Sprint
TiFtheimn i iNETEL


Ptan Includes:
. 300 CAsgoing minulee
Slimred nationwide ,alke-talkie- service
Unlimited right & weklt-end nnutes
> NatomvndE long distance, every mintlrit, u .e ay

Pluuatjrtng a
Other monthly charges rpcv.
ee bDetow for dl alls
-off- rqttpireiLrIne-year
'su.riter agreeimenti





S't C L AMERICAN
,* ,--r5 i IL'T.JI-W Ti.N


904-291-3839 2554 Blanding Blvd.-Suite H
.Middleburg, FL
F U l-su dres d r.en ...r .narl,, Fe. ir.rdud.r.g Ut.W cti r u fuphiLT nvt nequihrtry e1 nre.T eryr upt. i "pJ linde r..rte/IlCI
FOCU fes th.At ri by ia ) Spr.artkems irt n. 3tS COr g a e-rrmnf.r'in[ lu.,red 13rges
",Cii.,ic irii ,3rai .t '. l:jrijl. vr'y h1iA,,r,.:,r r. lJai.l'. ] '..a.i prlrr 1 Pi rj.-r.:,l .r :t.- i C., C, ill.,,r,,. .J{,l T fI te j 0.,l l i.I r.,..r i, .r,,
O rving .:., -. L 0ig'.irJi pl J .Tp p.i ,, ll.t it.i" .:.. hl I.- upr1 l .1 li' T. i:m ,: T I" h ', t" 1 T i. L T .:.r i ... '....j.i lr, |.l',r' .u.l ,|i.p t.r '
i;cti l *,r,..,I T t C 'pr.-:,Lt.., .im l. dV u.l Firee t.f G ulO i'idi:tT l ,'t', fI.:, iI). i, .lIi -..-,
p ',ji'"' L' t ,". ;, ,3 tr i:i.. l ,' : ,,,,ri r i nll, ~hvt,,.t 'i t ,irii/i,_ig,'i: ,ll ^:,pi ,jn',: Idu, r',c rr,=l ri r io ill'ir ,,"* I'.i, ,5 ;Nl
fiT -1 iprnt Free l iTi' ng Plar. i 3 4r i .ivAi .r r. ...i 1 : ..ri i' .:.ti 1 l I. i j Fi, ,l r. : .. T it --Tiif ,] rr i ,i, T'.-.. II
r.,:c,. ,:h L..:heU ri |:i.g i, 4= l ,Tn r fl \- r. itH .].,:r..-...i.: T. ,'i: ,.11" l ,'i5 fo'/i .r, :i .^,tT .r I ,, l.ji- .*l :T'ir..:| hi-i ,.l.r ,r ..jl Ih. -..i.. : -,,.! i...[
,lf ,ivh '. i:.jm r.l iilh.r. u i,.li,',,.ji,7. ,l,',a ,,', N T r,.deWl &eik -Tlh; 'rr :. ,Hh,-,J,-,7rl ,rr id. ill : L-lI- t,,,C :Pr I 1.
.SrtiL -.'r.,,,-,r ,: a- i.l C hit ,jib i. .5 i/ut t .i.,cj l.: ph.:.,'. i i' i-",.'5 7j,-',, ,t f I-;. l.:l n, ,-,.rb ,...._,-,,rj :'CHii T.I-: ",.i,,- ,,-r,] I...-:. [h.:
ir P'.. -.. 1 5 I ..T... i,.I ..T. A..Fi T |.. *It..i. _i. .. ,,.
";Vt'7 ir.-'-' 'o O All It 'f ir


By Trisha Cormeny, Staff


ORANGEPARK-The, i unay lights ill
tuin ion aind Women dressed in the latest
fashions n ill take the stage ai- the Cypress
Club a nd Ballroom during theAmerican
Cancer SicieI\ 's annual Fashioni Foi at
Cure Friday. Oct. 21.
"It isa fashion show withall cancer sur-
\ ito s,"said Therese \hnochItkdirectorof
die society. \hlio has partnered \ %ith Belk t-,
offer die show. "The\ hate really stepped
tip this \ear. We are completely sold out."
According to Vanochik, 23 models
ranging from two years old to 87 years


% S
Vir.ILIo BFRNRDINO P.;.-L

TREATING PATIENTS
FROM PEDIATRICS
TO GERIATRICS


old v. ill be taiki i io t i ta e.i l i 'toff
thela[test lfaihimis Belk iha- toolfhi iin
iopes of surpassing tle 1S._ii0 )i .ised
during last year's eventL
"\e're vei \ excited aloi it," v.iid
Yu i ocliii "Tihcc(.i niittee haIs .-ot ked \ ei
hard and ic appreciate all of our sponsors,"
According to a recent press release
-about cancer, the disease has ahead
taken the livesof 21.40( Foii Ida residents
ti;s ear and piogr ani st uch as Fashions
For a Cutre raise monev.for research. prer
\tention, and education.
For more information about the
e\ent. contact the American Cancer So-
c iet at 264-6039.


WELCOME
VIRGILIO BERNARDINO
TO THE
STEPHENS FAMILY PRACTICE

STEPHENS FAMILY PRACTICE WOULD LIKE TO ANNOUNCE THE
ADDITION OF VIRGILIO BERNARDINO P.A.-C TO THEIR STAFF. HE
IS WELL QUA-LIFIED TO CARE FOR A WIDE VARIETY OF PATIENTS
FROM PEDIATRICS TO GERIATRICS. VIRGIL HAS BEEN TREATING
FAMILY PRACTICE PATIENTS IN CLAY COUNTY FOR OVER 10
YErRS AXND SPEAKS BOTH ENGLISH AND SPANISH FLUENTLY.
We are committed to serving the community
with professional and quality medical care.
STEPHENS FAMILY PRACTICE P.A.
440 KINGSLEY AVE. ORANGE PARK 264-9293


DO YOU REALLY KNOW

WHAT'S IN YOUR r



WATER ?

QualityTOTAL WATER ,
MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
INSURE YOUR WATER QUALITY EVERY DAY!
3 Perfect Water Designs for Your Home & Family
l Outside plants, lawn irrigation. car washing
S M E* Inside laundry, dishwashing, shower & bath
Ultra Pure drinking water without bottles

atW I 90 DAY FREE TRIAL! T.
.KINETICO Try Quality Assured Water For 90 Days
Sn K Then Decide-You Can't Lose'
,-..-JL--t J-356er -l B S 6sss
.....' .... .. .. .. -


..X AV. XA Ago am It v am a -Z k a& fiv 4A-0.49







October 20, 2005 CLAYTODAY.BIZ Section A-13


Camp Blanding buffer zone

grows with new acreage


By Greg Walsh, Managing Editor
guialsh@jcpgroup.com

CAMP BLANDING Clay County's resi-
dential and commercial development may
be moving south along State Road 21, but it-
won'toccurin3,300 acres near StateRoad16.;
The St.Johns River Management Dis--
trict and the state of Florida have bought
the development rights to the property as
part of a continuing effort to build a buffer
zone around 73,000-acre Camp Blanding,
state officials said.
The $18.4 million purchase is seen as
two-pronged to continue the Florida
Department of Military Affair's efforts to
build the three-mile buffer and the state's
efforts to continue its Florida Forever
prog a am to keep sections of the state un-
touched by development.
The water management district's
board voted in August to purchase the
property, although final approval by the
state Board of Governors is still pending,
said Teresa Monson, communications di-
rector for the water management district.
The property, which sits south of
County Road 215, features more than
seven miles of forested ravines and seep-
age slopes along Bull Creek and its tribu-
taries, Monson said.
Acquiring the property will protect
Bull Creek's headwaters and the south
prong of Black Creek. Itw ill als-)pro\ ide
water resource and wetland protection
for the Upper Black Creek Basin, accord-
ingtoaxLater district release. .
Jon M. atn, public affairs officer for
the state Depart ine ofMilitary Affairs,
said Camp Blanding began using state
funds iwo vearsago to build the buffer.
The state pre% iouIsl purchased more
than 8.500 acres near the camp. which is
a training facility for National Guard,


Army, Navy Seals, Air Force and civilian
law enforcement officers.
Military installations around the na-
tion are dealing with the issue of en-
croachment where developers are
getting closer to once secluded military
sites. One example, he said, is Cecil Field,
which was considered remote when it was
opened in World War II:
'To mitigate that as much as possible...
and to not be negatively impacted by devel-
opment around our installations this pro-
gram works with state and federal money to.
buy development rights," Myatt said.-
The pinurchased section is particularly
important, Myatt said, because aircraft go
that direction while traveling to and from
Imilitarv installations in Jacksom ille.
In addition to creating a security\ zone,
the buffer will keep homeowners from ha\ -
ing to hear weapons firing exercises and
large fixed-wing planes and helicopters as
they are used during training, Myatt said.
"We are tri ing to preser e our ability to
train," he said. "\Ve are probably out in
front a little more than some other bases.
We got a hold of the issue in time to try to
spend some money\ and solve thlieproblem."
Myalt said Camp Blanding was inter-
ested in other parcels in the same general I
area but "ihe development ights for those
hadahlead) been purchased," he said.,
He referred quesdonsabout the location
of those parcels to Clai Cou int) officials.
Both the water management district
and the state are pa i ng $9.2 million, with
the district's portion coming from the
Florida Depat tment of Transportation's
.wetlands mitigation program.
If there are an\ sirutcturies. interior
fencing, trash or equipment on the prop-
e iv, the seller will pay to remote it as
deemed necessarN by the Disurict and the
state board of trustees.


Charter Review Commission

considers substantive changes


By Bob Henderson, Staff
-- ,
GREEN COVE SPRINGS The Clay
County Charter Review Commission
(CRC) eliminated five issues from its 13-
item issue list Monda. Oct.17. They also
added one. The resulting list is:
Discuss expanding the five-member
Board of County Commissioners (BCC).
to se% en members u idi two at-large com-
missioners.
*ReView theBCC term limitprovision.
*Review the Home Rule Charter's cit-
izen initiatives.
*Review the commission auditor's re-
sponsibilities and the possibility of mul-
tipleassistantI. .
Discuss a mayoral form of govern-
ment. Discuss an elected mayor who
would be one of the two at-large seats
shouldlthe ex paJisioin to seven imem bers
be one of the revisions. -
.Review the count\ manager's re-"
sponsibilities including the number of
deparlunent heads under his suiperl\ision.
Discuss the educational require-.
mnentsand an\ other qualification for an
appointed counts manager.
*Discussterm-linutedcommnissioners
being eligible to run for at-largeseats if
the BCC is expanded.
*Discussa BCC code of ethics.
*Conunission members made it clear
this list is not cast in concrete and may be
expanded or further contracted asdelib-
erations continue.
CRC meeting are open to the public.
Infan effort to give as many citizens as
possible an oppoi rtunit\ to attend, com-
missioners agreedito take meetings to:a
n umber.of sites around the county. in-


cluding KeN stone Heights, Middleburg.
-Orange Pal k. Fleming Island. Lake As-
bur\ and Arg\ le.
With that, the CRC turned to the first
issue on the list
Inunediatehl the question arose.if the
BCC expanded to seven members..
should one of them be astrongmanager?
Commissioner Bill Garrison told the
CRC that the were facing three options:
an elected count\ execuriie. a BCC-ap-
pointed county manager or an elected
BCCchai iith an appointed county ad-
ministrator.
"Single member districts is a bad idea
w ithouit adding at-large memcibe,"'Com-
missionei Ralph Puckhaber said, adding
while present BCC members are still, at
hear. at-large inembers futiture ones w ill
not be. Heqtiestioned if.at that point, the
BCC might not degenerate ito "little
f iefdoms."
County Attorney Mark Sc rtibv.CRCG
legal advisor., cautioned conunissioners
there are limitations on what the\ ma\
do. As with State Constitutional amend-
meniits,cotunt\ charter amendments mav
address onl one sutbjecL Hesaid theCRC
could get into revisionsof suc lcomplex-
it\ they would have ramifications in
other partsof thecharter.
Scrubv also noted an elected count\
manager is not oneof the forinsoutlined
in State Statutes.
Turning to issue number tO o.a review
Sof term limit provisions of the Charter.
Commissioner Rob Bradle\ said he is not
willing togoagaitst the w ill ot the otherss
and moved the issue be removed.
Ro\ L\ons agreed, suggest ing voters

CHARTER continued on p.ageA-31


SUNCOAST RV is pleased to announce ""
OUR NEW SERVICE DEPARTMENT
at 1076 Blanding Blvd. in Orange Park
* Service and repair on all travel trailers,
5th wheels, pop-ups, and toy-haulers
* NO JOB TQO BIG OR TOO SMALL!
StR SALES AND SERVICE
-ImLSM 1076 BLENDING BLVD.
CR 276-46o01


Crystal Pools & Spas


Call Today For Free
Estimates & Pla ii 1ig
Assistance


0 0:


i~q~j
~1.*,~~
..
~: ..~
-4.,.


't'te C ot, d C F C ,t 2 : P,42..


Custom Concrete or Vinyl Construction
The Difference Is Cleh'al:..Criystal Clear.
20-A Knight Boxx Road Orange Park, FL 32065
Office: 904-272-5676 Fax: 904-272-9400


50% OFF

Two Can Enroll For

, the Price of One!

L ose

3 to 5 Lbs.
"U7ah-" 1 -,r9


Flemig Islnd Ornge Prk o rgyl
213-4!9 iEEAHH CETER317-7 7


After
Tammy
Lepick


F?
,1~ -~


'-+ ft i f. -.r" ; *" '-,,' ?-1 ,, ;+ I + + ++ *j ,' : w 1 ; I I { lr- ,* :' : +. + k_ ,-" .. ". .t .. i ,


Section A-13


CLAYTODAYBIZ


October 20, 2005


0 'pwUqIoprmSI






~p~4inn A-14 CLAYTODAY.BIZ October 20, 2005


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 Naitland. 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\-Ii 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 wiill
be completed in two phases to meet customer timing
requirements. The proposed in-service 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 htwo existing compressor
stations and re-wheeling two existing compressor units
at Station 26. A new interconnect will be constructed
i\th Cypress Pipeline along with modifications to existing
metering facilities. These facilities are planned to be in
service on Ma\ 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 Phase \V1 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


Please refer to the map for.a list of facilities to be -
constructed in your area. A copy of our FERC application
is available for viewing at the following location:


* 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 workspace
in certain areas, such.as road, railroad, or stream
crossings, to accommodate particular construction
activities. Property owners are entitled by law to receive
compensation for ha-ing a pipeline on their property.
FGT will negotiate with the property owners to receive -
approvals through a signed easement for needed
property rights.
To the extent that FGT is unable to negotiate
easement rights with landowners whose property the
pipeline construction impacts, such easement rights
may 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 call toll-free at
t866) 208-3676.The FERC Office of ExIternal Affairs
can be contacted toll-free at (866) 208-3372.


- --------


A separate notice concerning the application k
being mailed to affected landowners and governrilent.
agericies in% olved in'the project.


ff Jou* would like tolearn more about the
project-please contact Jason Hill,'Rigt of Way
Agent, to/Hree at (877 663-91'0 log on to:
wwwc rosscountryenergy.coilabout(fgt.shtmI








Florida_'Gaslirc Company
k0anhandle Energy/El Pa.so Affiliate


_-ARREST-S._

1'hefplloivingwerea'rrstedOcLll4Z
Foi- tito rc iiforiiia tioi, coii tact the Clay
CotmhShcri-sO iccat284-7575.

I G lei III(A IN. Q:x4,,:r i-tx atc(i Ki t It-- I N
-Wile%. am 26: po-s,. of cocaiiie

l3aei-,KaH'P4:%%iit(A ati-ichinem

child
support
Bass, Gary4g:duio
Baur, Hollie 21: grand theft; n6valid
driver's license.
BE-1-cria -Diaz, AfaI'LiII 24:Q.tild Illeflai ILC-
ButmetOVeii(IN
WA Ilile.;.;check diafi. d6iicaiclin.-ike.
INUI)eI I% %% ith iui --ho-k,,
Blaiik, Vai-(,leii 2(): coiiteinpt Of 4.0UH
for novaliddriver's license. Petit 1.11,41,
grand theft auto
Bradle),Ki-k[ol)hei 21iticlitectcrim-.-

censei-,wqwiiclcqiloi i-enked
I Brown, Earlise-23: contempt of court for
driving while license is suspended orrevoked
Brunibyjeffery 18: domestic battery
Burcham, Allan 30: dui with damage to
-person/property
Bush, Colleen 29-.-woi diless checl
Butler, Cephas 20: battery

to delinquency of child
CaeJa, David:21' dui
Cieslinski, Curfi,; 3]: 1_-)os- (If cannabis
more than 20 grams, poss of d I- Ll-:i pa! I -
phernalia
Clark, William 29: grand theft, dealing
in stolen property
Coffinanjames 23:.d.ui'
Connerjason 27: domestic battery.
Corleyjason 25: drivingwhile license

Coylejohn 48: writ-of attachment-. .
CrewsGiegoi-) 40:obiaiiiiiiaproper-
t),foi- %%(--)I [hle-;,.;clIq-cks,
Crosbjalues I.S: coluelup[ Ot COL111
fordrivitig %% hile liceii-e k -sw;l)eiided or,
revoked x2, gi% iiia false iiaine lid, con-
trolled subs tance
cxosbjlline N-18: faBCU e Lo a V)Fieu c-thbail
0 iizji-edy 21): ieL,0l thef.[
(iuz-Ga'fciajorge 29: driving with-.
out driver license
Daniels, Sheri 41: domesdc-batter.y
Deal.Nlallt.iel 3)'):pe6i.diefi:
Decicco, Lka-"S. d( ;tic F)attei N
Deloae, Petei- 38: f Ligilk e f 1-0111jUstice
EldeiJOI1.11haii 2t' Y giaiid thef I
Llli(xtBt.mdic24:(:)btaiI i WO X-_
LN widi %%oi-ihle',s checl,:k2, de-alitig in
stoleii pi-opei LN, poss of cocaine, poss of
drug paraphernalia.
Elsenjessika 25: fraudulent use of
credit card
FelltonJames 19: obstruct dis guised per-
son, petit theft, resisting retail merchant
Fernandez, Gene 29: simple domestic
battery
Fish.naanjoshua 19:,trespas-sing, petit,
theft
Forehand, Richard 49: disorderly iri.-,
toxication, poss of drug 'paraphernalia
Foster, Monaka 24: indirect criminal
'contempt of court
Fowler, C hei-ic 26: worthlesscheck
Friduss, Sherry 4; disorderly intoxication
Futch, Maurice, 24: sale/delivery pf
crack cocaine
Galvan, Santos 21: no driver's license
Garcia, Pablo 21: petit theft, battery
Garcia-Ruiz, German 22. dui no validdri-
ver's license, leaving the sceneof anaccident.
Garnett, Andrew 313: driving while lir
cense is suspended or revoked, nQmo-
torcycle end
Gilliam, Nicholas 24: expired drivers
licensemore than 4 months
Giv ensjames-25: driving while li-
cense is sus,ended or revoked
Gonzalez, Rudy 30: dui
GordiiiesDavid23-disorderlyintoxication,


ARRESTS.cofitinziedYn' de&45


October 20, 2005


CLAYTODAYBIZ


Section A-14


, .,.-







October 20, 2005 CLAYTODAY.BIZ Section A-iS


EXPERT from page A-1
contain much better data.for companies
seeking information about potential sites.
Find funding sourcesjhat would pay
primary employers incentives for locating
in Clay County.
Work with existing industries in Clay
County to help them expand and improve
present salaries.
Fruth's presentation to officials cen-
tered on the county's economic history be-
tween 1973 and 2002. Among his findings:
Clay County's average salary, of
$25,691 ranks 362nd among the nation's'
361 metropolitan areas.
*83 percent of every dollar spent in Clay
County is dependent on Duval County's
economy. In 2002, about 50,000 Clay resi-
dents commuted to jobs in Duval County.
Since 1973, Clay County's population
has grown much faster than the nation's
top 10 strongest metropolitan areas. How-
ever, its average wages remained among
the lowest because they are mostly retail
and service-related jobs.
Left unchanged, the county will contin-
ue to haverapidpopulationgrowth over the
next 20 years andjobs will increase, but those
jobs will not be from primary employers,
leaving the county's economy weak.
"The vast, vast majority of those jobs
will be low-incomejobs," he said.
Fruth said it's possible to change the
county's direction and adopting his plan,
v hichhe piedicted would s _ualh create


fewer jobs than if the direction was left
unchanged.
He also came out strongly in support of
a proposed Outer Beltway that would con-
nect to Branan Field-Chaffee Road and
cross the St.Johns River near Green Cove
Springs. The state Department of Trans-
portation is reviewing four possible routes
for the highway, which could cost more
than $1 billion to construct, according to
state preliminary projections.
"If you build that beltway, you would be
in a better competitive situation than Duval
County for corporate headquarters be-
cause it wouldbe a shorter commute (from
Clay County) to the airport," Fruth said.
"You've got to build that beltway."
If Clay County can "reverse the com-
mute" of a significant number of workers,
it might be possible to even pull some busi--
nesses from Duval C,:. i n i Fruth said. "It's
called chasing your employees;" Fruth said.
Fruth also pointed out disadvantages the
county faces. He said the state has been in an
economic declineover the past 20 years de-
spite its rapidpopulation growth, and Flori-
da has an overall negative economic
atmuosplhe ic that gets it dismissed from
about half of all industrial site searches.
Many other states inicltdig nc-i.igh-
b-oi ing Alabama and Georgia are al-
read\ very- well prepared to handle
inquiries from primary e ,ip:,Iers. in-
cluding having sites and permitting
processes in place that can take as little as
.to5eeks for appip a .tl.


E*.
GutrSl


11711 BLANDING BLVD. N D m
387-6527 --,. (5 oc. set
:.r,-,+r .l.1 .h',:r,n : r,, d : n,3,nr g--ing I
MON SAT I A M. 6P.M 1 .

SCHOOL BAND INSTRUMENTS 799 AND UP


R&jgHfT-'WA gLASS MIROR
MRS SrO'R ENECLOSVRES TLE .-ToS


".'- -, -Et E .i'., F 2068
= 904-298-5486


.ARRESTS. froi page A-14

Heil, Neal40:nooperanion under for-
eign license while suspended or revoked
Henshaw, Scott 21: reckless driving,
driving while license is suspended or re-
.o ked \3. in motor 1 nd.nc si
1Hinoj sa.. Michael19: pttit theft
Howard, Niclolas 25: indirect Il imlu-
nal contempt of court
Hiuff,Deann.22:dui
Huimphries. Anitho.'n 27: di iting
while l-iense is suspended o reickdt
I :l|iierdo. Elizabeth 25: disc rdei1 Ti i -
roX nation "
JacLkson.Robei 47: %I ito1 .[[at-ldinent
Jo lnson.Mlai ra.et 41: domesticbattery
* Kelle,. Daniel 25: pcOs of" marijiana
nio le than 20 I gras. poss ofdi ug para-
- phernalia drinking on city tiglh ofiway.
Kerse, Kiamden 25: indirect criminal
ntempt .
Kistler.John 33. posof chluldporno'-
Sraph x2.directpromoting of sex\b\ child
Knawhaw.Gregori 30:dome-tic batnei\
Knight. Earnest 39: drit \ng\ \hileli-
cense is suspended or revoked
Koranda.Jennifer 25. domestic bat-
tei), criminal mischief
Lee. Gordon 49: exploring the dis-
abled elderly
Lopez,Axoreie 21: retail theft
Lou. Ashlev 21: indirect criminal con-
tempt of court
Lr \. Tob 19: burglar\ toamouii- -
armed, criminal mischief. molest coin-
operated ending machine parking'
Nlaano. Michael 42: driving whiile li-
cense is suspended or revoked
Merritt,TimI tILh\ 18:doimestic.batter
Miller. Michael 31: \ iit of ataclient
Miller, Sirdarius 27: violating proba-
lion community\ control
Mooe. Chesrer 45: indirect r: iimninal
cont e npt, operating moi' vei h ice wit h
canceled suspended license
Nielsen. Max 66: domestic batter
OrtizJuan 40:dui
Owen. Howard 46: aggravated as-
sauli domestic battei
Parshall, Kell 19:dui. ,poss.of marijuta-
na more than 20 grams. dri\ ing while li-
cense is suspended or revoked
Pollard. Robert 28: batter
Reed\, Thomas 39: dri\ ing while li-
cense is suspended or re\oked
Re\es. A.l in 19: domestic batter
Roberts. Cornalis 25: driving while li-
cense is suspended or revoked
Roberts., T\ ione 26: fugiti\ e from j.ifice
Robinson, Blake 1S: disorderly con-
duct in retail establishment
Sa\ age. Donald 21: trespassing to oc-
cuiie l srticriureo, ;i'conye\a:1 ,
.Yern.n.amkv, Troy. 21: tespassmg*,


after warning, disorderly intoxication, "

Sexton,Angela 28: sale/delivery crack
cocaine 0 Ma r
Shelton,Chad0 ick 27:d, in, hileli-
cense is suspended or revoked *
Sh"l -, I.Josie 43:resisting leo without
violence
Smith, Charles 28: careless driving
Si irth. Otis l8: grand theft ---------
Sot... Shaw!i 23: saleofcannahi-
St.tca age.) Opa.l 46: sale/delivery
i ackcL.inic 1 9 V:".1:72RI.-P
Siile...Chri..opher 34:affray 4P we w w.u in
Stowe, Albert 45: driving while-license.
is suspended c! ie,.,ked
Si uiini erford.Joseph 37:d i~ i hile .............. -
l ceisie is sutpendd or i eo-ked. poss pg 295,
new legendrb. ig.pos.,of It.-ss than 20gia s Ii .h11s.'
Tare.Dusti,, 24:disode,,\ int oxica- -" N.512Kingsley Ave. 1-
tion, ti espassing -q- :ing, "V Av..
3: TorakCh.rlSS:fugi tie iromnjustice k.n. ,,,,vej.

Trie-sdell.Jo(hn1: hophitin[
e- czko. William-143::dh,,i "b N
liest.Jame -l~d I -Lae hik lcesej;i-qjs-
'e .- .&Icq. .. ImA / .
fiendecoreokdi iihdlgou-is;i-yned
\Wagner. Jaiced :3: driving whle I i-
censie is suspenLlded rcn re oked x7
\Valker. iMeredith 2.': driving while lI-
cense is stuspenided or reoikedl, pcs/use
of di tiug parafpherialia
Wes-t.Susaii 44. ithlss led
Wi.Ji,Johnnie 32: wo-thlesschel_k x2
Williais. \enita 4l:d,:h'estu batet y c1)
W\lfte.Knssil.lS.divingwhilelicense
is suspended or revoked
toods, Darrell42:domesic attuer, .LT,
ibrddhiFreirlIic, 18: do.ricRe.th: lItt


WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR??


Rates are at an all time low!! Lower your monthly payments'
now! Take advantage of your equity to consolidate debt,.
' make home improvements, or whatever else you need cash
for! We are a lender with 1 00's of programs to choose from.
SAME DAY APPROVALS FAST CLOSINGS
*Interest Only Loans .'
Fixed or Adjustable
100% Financing
All Types of Credit Welcome
Purchase or Refinance -
,'No Income Loans/Self Employed
SDebt Consolidation Loans
Home Equity Loans
"New" 40 Year Loans
SInvestment Loans


BASED ON 1.25% PAYMENT

-onAon otl amn
-10,0 $332
-2000 -665
-30,0 $997
$40,000133.0


APR 4.586% Rates Subject to Change..
We Have Your Best Interest at Heart: >tarv ark
Honesty and Professionalism Guaranteed. MORTGAGE L.L.C.
Call for a free consultation NOW!!
-- -- r 6001 Argyle Forest Blvd., Suite 8
. _.. 4........acksonAle, FL 32244


Section A-.15


CLAYTODAY.BIZ


October 20, 2005


J 1 J J ll A LIll






Section A-16 CLAYTODAY.BIZ October 20, 2005


P rJeatures


Martial arts students


show their stuff


Young hero honored at BCC


By Bob Henderson, Staff
.i,, i,l, ,, ..i..:) t,", ,' .......


GREEN COVESPRINGS-On April30,Ash-
ley Dauk, then 11 years old, was walking her
dog when she heard her neighbor rapping
onher kitchen window. She found CarolCur-
tis lying on the floor, unable to get up.
Dauk ran to another neighbor, who, as


,.-

.:r:< -,;%.-.p -


STAFF PHOTO B\ BOB HENDERSON
Ashley Dauk received the Citizens Hero
Award from the Clay County Fire Rescue
for helping a sick neighbor.


it happened, was registered nurse,. and,
together, they entered Curtis' home.:
Curtis had gotten up in the night. Al-
ready incapacitated by a broken leg. She
had gotten into her wheelchair and then,
somehow, fell, striking the back of her
head. She remained on the cat peiing.
sleeping fitfillh tuhoughout the night.
In the morning she crawled to the
.door but wasn't able to get it open. It was
then she saw Dauk, banged on the win-
dow and called her to get help.
Dauk and the neighbor got in th ro ugh
the garage and called 911. Curtis was
bleeding from a scalp wound and was.
taken to die thosipital ihet e she ie mained
for 11 da s. drifting in and out of con-
sciousness foli our of thlcml.
Dauk oie tohei eteN da\ while she
was in the thopiial.
Curtis' doctor tcold her thiia., if she had
art i ed :ut the hospital itisl onehourlater,
she would ha'e been dead.
On Tuesday, Oct. 11, Ashley\ as recg-
nizedbdiet t-ClavCountN Fire and Rescue
and by the Board of County Commission-
ers for her quick response to an emer-
gencv and her diligence in seeking help.


By Bob Henderson, Staff
bhenderson@jcpgroup.comn

MIDDLEBURG They came in all sizes
and ages, from 3 to 49. They jumped and
kicked and did a number of "thcr things
that comprise the Korean martial art of
T. ng Soo Do.
Their aIlso pla ed ga ime, nd enjoyed a
pizza party afterwards.
Str dent, of Middlebii n- Man tial Arts,
"2361) Blanding B1l d., demonsurated their
pio %ess for pa re nt and g tests Satii dai ,
Oct. 15. Thle\ also received awards and
iecog niion for hie number of guests the)
brought and for their efforts in raising
funds for Project Actic in. an effort to help


oihei become in'Ioled in mlu tial a3 IS.
Tang'; D. sa\ sd ault student on
\ eirs. isa famnilvoriented acii\ iti. Indeed
his whole family, w ife Au ora, and th il-
d i en Jolin Paul, 12; Leah, 10; and David, 8;
aie Nt udi nts at one lev el or another.
Tang Soo Do, .\)er s says, emphasizes
the whole person. Those in school are en-
couraged to do well academically. They
bring their report cards in when they are
rec ei %ed arid those with good grades re-
teive pr.iie h-%ile those % ilhi not so good
gi adcesareencouriaged todo better.
Middleburg iMa til Arts ispal r of th
World Ta i ng S oo Do Association and their
membersare recognized by other associ-
ation members everywhere.


Antique vehicles to pass through GCS


Special to Clay Today
GREEN COVE SPRINGS About 100i
antique vehicless will pass through the
Green Cove Springs area on Saturday,
Nov. 5, as part of a three-da\ rally \ hosted
b\ the Southeastern Division of the An-
tique Auitomobile Car Clubof America.
The cars. ranging from 1924 to aboutI


1980, will come across the Shandcs Bridge
on their w\a\ to a luncheon at Penne\
Far ims. followed by a tour of Camp Bland-
ing. said tour chairman Don Wentworth.
The vehicles ill be on a self-pacing
tour and % ill not come in all together.
he said.
For more details, call W\enor th 1at
19014) 282-1178.


s'TfF PHOTO B\ BOBHINDERSON
The kick is yet another move in the ritual-like movements of Tang Soo Do.


BUILDING YOUR FUTURE

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


...m...*. INDUSIJA
0fe *Churtces Wrhue'Aiut-

2'~-_..MS-T
-N'es


From Start to Finish: Call us or Visit our Website
Shop online @ www.americansteelmfg.com
a 904.493.3709
U (rQfR.O&.,j*fgUi-fcfrQolg l We'll ship anywhere!
LOa,, -OHied&Operdaed CBC1251774 C ..... .


October 20, 2005


Section A-16


CLAYTIODAY.BIZ






October 20, 2005 CLAYTODAY.BIZ Section A-17


Crop Walk 2005 to


benefit food pantries

Special to Clay Today L VAm = *.. .


ORANGE PARK The .
16th annual Clay County '-
Crop Walk will be held
Sunday, Oct.23,in Orange
Park to raise awareness
about hunger and home- '"
lessness. More than 200 -
walkers are expected to
participate.
The event begins at 2
p.m. at the park behind
the Orange Park Kennel
Club. Registration starts
at 1:30 p.m. People of all
ages are invited to walk
between one and five
miles. Each participant is .
asked to bring an 18- 4
ounce or 24-ouncejar of
peanut butter.
The Crop Walk is one
fundraising event that
helps the Clothes Closet
and the Food Pantry of
Green Cove Springs.
Borli ha e in need of food,
household items and
clothes after they filled
the needs of Hurricane
Katrina victims.
An added feature for Last year's crop
the Crop Walk this year is peanut butter
the "rocker-a-thon" at ue wth the eve
two sites, Moosehaven on
Paik Avenue and thle Cracker Barrel
Restaurant on Eldridge Loop in Orange
Park.
Foot Solutions of Orange Park is pro-
A hiding a goodie bag worth $50 to the top


walk event was so successful in bringing in
donations that the group decided to contin-
ent again this year.

money walker who col( le(ec t $5 or more.
Moo-seha en Iesidents will alsobe.com-
peting for a goodie bag.
For details about the walk, contact
Lydia Ficquette at (904) 282-3119.


OP Embroiderers Guild of America

hosts new regional director White


By Debbie Israel Messer
disraelmesser@jcpgroup.com

ORANGE PARK Amid talk of cruises for
embroiderers, gallery showings and needle-
point critiques, the duClay chapter of the
Embroiderers Guild of Americafound time
to view member's accomplishments, among
them pillows, samplers, and tapestry.
President Mary Hoskins welcomed
members to the meeting which was more
social than business as they greeted their
new Regional Director Malvina White.
White, who hails from Jacksonville
Beach, was recently installed as the re-
gional director for the Sun Region and
will serve for two years..
The Sun Region, with 13 chapters, con-
sists of only the state of Florida due to a
large membership totaling 1.800 members.
The chapter meets regularly once a
month at the Orange ParkLibrary on the
fourth Tuesday from 7 to 9 p.m.
At those meetings, members, and
guests, "work" according to Leah Con-
netta, program chair for the chapter.
The work however is a labor of love with
the sessions devoted to new material, learn-
ing new stitches or techniques, or trying out
new samplers. Through the organization,
members can getkits and exchange ideas.


The national organization started in
1970 as a part of the Embroiderers Guild
of London but became a separate organ-
ization in 1970.
The national office is located in
Louisville, Ky. Besides the organization's of-
fices, the building houses a textile collection
of nearly 900 pieces as well as the Margaret
Parshall Gallery, which features pieces of
work from chapters around the country.
White notes that the organization is
in vol ed iin ihe conservation and restora-
tion of needlework with their main pur-
pose being to conduct instruction and
research in-the art of needlework anjd to
distribute related materials and publica-
tions to nmemb1- s and to the pub1)lic "
- They hate shoIi t'ourses a ailable and
they provide individual and group corre-
spoidin-ic o (tjiies.t-c.aicier and judge er -
tili iat:a ii: pirograisIIa i : 'eltis ineL,.pa rate
discipIhnesii n in rel crafts l :'in np I .-ig _.
Their et is even a c bei chapter called
CyberStitchers.org. which meets online
every other month;.
Like- mani ,:,aniziions. di- ie IU~ n iain-
ly ,1lde 1 Cenmi beis.biI alS e iI .I kig, titiuaii ia
yo longer imeiih- ,-in cluding )otIJh me:incem i si
To help with vouth membership they
are working to establishl an onlinr 'igr up
for youth members, aged 8 to 17.


Olde Farm to host holiday craft fair
Special to Clay Today while helping provide Christmas pres-
ents for underprivileged teens and tots
The Olde Farm volunteers recent- in ithi al ea.
ly announced that its organization will Those wishing to setup abooth may
host a Holiday Craft fair Sait urda., dosoffor$15 ratoy.
Nov. 5. For more information about the
Froni 10 a.m.-6p.m., those looking for event that takes place at Spencer Farm,
holiday gifts can do a little shopping caoo 291-3852.


Th.i: Amerhedit Cancer
F to-'m FoA Cure
Fa-3b of

5,


Society







I.:..-


s .


*.-. *" .;-'" ... *''" '**f y vw -*' ,
** : s Present
;...*. ... ...,.: .. .-',' *x t !s r ,*..
C*... W 1 .
-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 835


BjG-CITY FI-iEPJTHCARE HERE iFOR YOUIh


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


American
Cancer
Cnciptvo


Section A-17


October 20, 2005


CLAYTODAYBIZ






Section A-18 CLAYTODAY.BIZ October 20, 2005


OBITUARIES


ELSIE ALMA COLBERT
Elsie Alma Colbert, 90, of Life Care
Center of Wells Crossing, passed away
peacefully Oct. 9, 2005, after a brief ill-
ness at Orange Park Memorial Hospital.
Elsie was the last of 11 children born to
William and Annie (Warsing) Mauk,
Roaring Springs, PA, on May 19,1915. She
is preceded in death by her husband
Elmer V Colbert. Survivors include her
daughter, Delores Maxine Prepelica,
granddaughters: Pamela Nichols, Eliza-
beth Smith, Michelle Prepelica, great-
granddaughters:Jessica Smith, Amanda
Nichols, and numerous nieces and
nephews. Graveside services were held
Oct. 15, atJacksonville Memory Gardens
Cemetery in the Garden of the Last Sup-
per. The Rev. Christopher Martin of St.
Mary's Episcopal Church officiated.
DANIEL KEITH MOSLEY
Mr. Daniel Keith Mosley, 44, (Nov. 9,
1960), Middleburg, passed away Saturday,
Oct. 8, 2005; at his residence. Daniel was
born in GCS to \\ ill i. in D.iniel Mosley
and Pauline (Moseley) Mosley and lived
his life in Clay County. He was a drywall


Pauline and Daniel Mosley and 1 brother,
Carl Mosley. Mr. Mosley is survived by 2,
sons: Christopher Mosley, OP andJoseph
Mosley,,Middleburg; 1 brother, Kenneth
Mosley; 1 sister, Katherine Harper, both
Middleburg, his fiancee' Sara Jean Stick-
land, Middleburg and 4 grandchildren.
Graveside services were held Oct. 13, at
Hickory Grove Cemetery in GCS.
Arrangements by Helm Funeral Home.
LT. COL. WALTER SCOTT NEWMANN
Lt. Col. Walter Scott
Newmann, Sr., US.A-F (Ret.),.
72, passed away Oct. 9,2005.
Born in Pensacola, FL.,
Walt is survived by his wife,.
Linda Newmann, and her son, Joshua A.
(Kayla) Sharp; his son, Walter S. (Lori)
Newmann,Jr, and their children:-Walter S.
III, Jordan E., Micah C., Noah W. New-
mann; the 3 children of his late daughter,
Teresa A. Hendrix Richard A. Jr.,
Jonathan W, MeganB. Hendrix; 2 sisters:
G' ti:.ai- '(D F.Le'rt- Hi-wington,Cather-
ine (Dr.Jesse T.) Barfield; as well as many
dear friends, classmates, and business as-
sociates. far and near. whom will always be


vices were held Saturday, Oct 15, at Holly
Hill Funeral Home. Dr. Harold Hudson
officiated. Interment was at Holly Hill
Memorial Park with full military honors.
Personal choice of memorials may be
given in his honor to: American Cancer
Society, 4030 Boulevard Center Dr,Jax, FL"
32207, Mayo Clinic Cancer Research, 4500
SanPablo Rd.,J. x. F L. `24. Northeast,
Fl. ict. H .kpii:., 4266 Si nbia m Rd. Jax,
FL 32257, and Last Generation Ministry,
6968 Seneca Ave,Jax, FL 32210.
ADA BELL FOWLER
Ada Bell Fowler, 83, ,riu-..d tl .i :1 Ti ,r-'
day, Oct.11, 2005. Born on i\pi iI! I, 112_, in
Halifax, VA, she was a member of Russell
PBaipti'i Chi 1ih and :1 i,[ i nvolvedwithithe
Council on AAgiii..Mrs. Fo,:,ic (nji:yi::l
fishing and doing crossword puzzles. Sur-
\ i :, 'l-1 ier rsons:James A. (Brenda)
Slavton. TX. Fi a i B (Jeweil Slavton, St.
Aw n,-i.isie, FL.. Doi(nal 1slai\ tit. \ A. .tI(-1
.K nn\ iahMK ing. _M ddlebuig..FL.:,iiiu.lh-
t,-i .. Roua L. m -ini LEdgerton. MN -ileilih rg.
FL and Frances (James) Keene, FL; broith-
ers, Gordon (Bessie) Moore, VA, Forest E.
Moore. VA. and Sonny Shotwell. MD; 23


tist Church with Reverend Ron Baker of-
f.i, iin.'i., Interment followed at Russell
SB.pulti l-n. h, Cemetery.

CLARENCE REID WILLIAMS
.: Cl i i cin, Reid Williams, 87, (Sept.
9. 191S). OP. palsed ., ai\ Mondao.Oct.10,
i,.f.'), at thl Mo,..-:~ la en Life ( are Cen-
ter. The son of R:,-,bti Lester" and Flo-
rence "J.[i me"B irB i h:,ll i Williams, he
was born in Davie County, NC, coming to
Moosehaven Aug. 12,2003. He married
Pauline W.a- et on Sept. 5,1937, in Salis-
bury, NC. He became affiliated i iih the
Loyal Order of Moose when he joined
Salisbury Lodge #900 on March 15,1986.
1.i rc nc-- is survived by his wife, Pauline
Willi, ii,. Moosehaven; 2 children: Reid
\\Wlliam., Cayce, SC; and C.h.tilittr
James, China Grove, NC; 4 grandchil-
dra it and 9 *I vat grandchildren. Services
weie le Idl- Oct 12, at the Mo," h.,,-i
Chli.aptl. h lpl [IJiini Hc l-ii Taylor and Of-
ficers of Oppcpi i t i i \ Lodge, officiated.
E.uiiin tulcnt followed in the Moose-
.haven Mausoleum. At ian ;i tn ii1i by
Helm Funeral Home.


installer and was a member of The remembered with a grateful heart for grandchildren, 13 great-grandchildren CARMELLA ELLZEY
Church of The Brethren. He was preced- their mentorship, friendship, and for- and3great-great-grandchildrernFuneri-il .Cai iricll.i Ellzey, born Dec. 25, 1916,
ed in death by his mother and father, bearing forgiveness over the years. Ser- services were held Oct. 15, at Russell Bap- passed away on Oct. 11, 2005.. Daughter,
wife, mother, grandmother & great-grand-
S0 *niher: .1iieai, comforter and giver, she


Jo Pee]$ .,..... loved her. A promise was made, and shall
S" 7x ... .. "eflS '""* tap O be kept, thatallthe people she lovedwould
;:LO .. .. O I"A "O..../..... Green Cove Springs, FL join her at the gates ot hca i n with ajigto

S, .: dance, a song to sing or the puckering of
UmCo9n lips v/ioin thebiin irip iii .md thank-o
M N.t -6, neralservice,a celebration f h : l~, ill
,V <^ .W s .? a' be heldat OPUnited MethodistChurch, in
Sa few months. At that time, we children,
r-* h :v'. ::.- bi iatlng tlhlItlc of tl-i,,. ci rys .pe .-dl iild of
_a B God with stories, laughter, your dancing
J am love I shners i ht mgsandl i, a. i ".

LOCATION REYNOLD'S YACHT CENTER Green Cove Springs,FL- SR16East ANGELA JESSICA JUSTINIA N
:. .., ..". One of heaven's brightest stars was
i t i TS t in"-f u.sall t(:o-o'--n. AngelaJessi-
.h.... f.. T r a Nov..B .,H "cident. Oct. 11, .2005. Angela was
SGates Open at 5:00 PM until 10:00 PM. attending USF to finish her Master's of
Unlimited Rdes until 11:00 PM Library Sciences as a Medial Specialist.
." .The Ham Jam Talent Showcase. Every single person sh i came across was
S: : 00 to 10:00 PM left withthe knowledge that they had
S.Winner opening for Tracy Lawrence on Friday ., :met the sweetest person they could have
..& Lore Morgan on Saturday -. ever met. She loved what she was study-


SGates Open at 5.00 PM until 10:00 PM .. her family above all Angela will be
Unlimited Rides until 12.00 Midnight uried alongside her grandmother in
6:30 to 7:00 PM The Talent Showcase Winner Midd1e1i ig FL. We wish we could have
ore Morgan 7:00 to 8:00 PM The Johnny Bulford Band Tracy Lawrence just a little more time with our precious
i: 8:30 PM Tracy Lawrence : daughter, sister, and friend. Angela is
S. survived 1y her.parents: Hipolito and
SSaturday NOV. 5t NancyJustiniano; paternalgrandfather:
.Hipolito Justiniano; 2 sisters: Andrea
Gates Open at 0:00 AM until 10:00 PM a(Amilcar) Blake anid Angela KristieJus-
Unlimited Rides until 12:00 Midnight tiniano; n a number of ants, uncles,
:" 2:30 PM Motorcycle Parade1 toiniano; anid a numbics.er vice aunts, unclesreheld
-: :00 PM Cooking CoTalentest Awards e Oct. 15, at Holly Hill Memorial Park with
S6:30 to 7:00 P The Talent Showcase Winner Father Remek Blaszkowskifficiating.
S e7:00 to 8:00 PM The Wynn Peery Band co m t eh
7.0 to 8:30 PM Lorrie Morga n d Co4, Arrangements by Hardage-Giddens
& L8: 3PMLorri eoM o.rgany .Rivermead Funeral Home.
Sunday Nov. 6th
WR : :- nner R'YNOLDS PARK Gaes Open at 10:00 AM until 6:00 PM VALERIE GAIL DEEP
Peery C NER Gaes Open at 10:00 AM until :00 PM Johnny B Valerie Gail Deep, 52, passed peaceful-
-: .Unlimited Rides until 7:00 PM o. frd ly Friday, Oct.14,2005. She was bortiJune







S12:00 Noon The Battle of the Bands until 6:00 PM 22,1953,inQueens, NYShe movedtoack-
a : .. sonville in 1974 to attend and later gradu-
...0. S Lawre ne r: F R atefromJUinl976,movingtoMiddleburg
S. lVOUntVFL m-.. ... u in 1985 with her husband to openC & L
i': aa a" a \ -. Ace Hardware Store. Mrs. Deep was a mem-
2 .7 T o',i c', ''O simply.ARri iT.-UJRAL inc. berofSt.Luke'sCatholic.Church, Middle-
S& CENE lay Count Chamber burg, where funeral mass was held Oct.18,
S- .: : -... .- Father Edward Rooney officiated. Valerie
Swas preceded in death by her parents:
Ga-tes O a 10:0 A' ; PM wi... gMarie and Earnest Skalicky, survivors in-
S' clude her husband of 29 years, Paul Deep,

e. ;.".; daughters:LauraWhitehead(Wesley)and
Christina Singletary (Larry), sister, Marilyn
SOME OF THE E:ST ENTERTAINMENT Y FIND ANFWHERE, AL o UNIMITE RIDES, ARTS CRAS, EITS AND VENDORS O'Connell (Dennis),grandchildren:Aerial
6 : 3 'to 70 ... .M- .... 'h w.s W-''., .






O.toer.2. 205CATDYBI eto 4


OBITUARIES from page A-18
and Alex Deep, Danny and Damien Sin-
gletary, and Colton and Kendel White-
head, 10 nieces and nephews, and 11 great
nieces and nephews. Arrangements by
Hardage-Giddens Rivermead Funeral
Home. Interment was at FL National
Cemetery, Bushnell, FL. Ini lieu of flowers
donations may be made to Community
Hospice or the American Cancer Society.
JOHN P. WOODS
John P. Wood. 52, went home to be with
die Lord onFI ida\.OcL -14,21005.Jolin wasa
resident of Hastings. FL.Jolin was preceded
in death b his parents. Francisand Edna
Woods. He is sun\ ied bN his devoted pai i-
ner. Michael Carroccino and babies, Sassie
and Hope: 1 son.Jerem WoodsI: 1 dauglhter,
Laurel Woods:3sisters: Patt\ iGorgei MNI.r-
risse\, Maa lon Woods and Kathi n
(Dann\ Watts: 1 brother,.Frankie Woods,.
several nieces, I great-niece and a %eri spe-
ci:al friend. David Schweginman and Bab\
Skipper. A Celebration ot John's life was
held Oct. 18. in tie Chapel of Bi oadns-
Raines& Pons Fanmilh Funeral Hoime ith
Ree erend Ruthii K.Jensen officiating. Inter -
mnent fiolloed at Pellicer Creek Ce mietel.
.r'angementsaire iunlder the cae of Broad-
uts-Raties-& PonsFanil\ Funeratl Ho(me.
MABEL LEE MANNING
Mrs. Mabel Lee Manning. S8. (Jan. 9,
1925. Oiange Park, passed away Wednes-
da, Oct. 12.2005.at the OP Nledical C.enter.
Mabel was born in Doctors Inlet and was
die daughter of Bri ant Carter and Selna
Mac MoNnroe Carter. Mrs. Manning came
to ()Orange Park in 1981 from Jackson\ ille.
She was a nursing assistant, worked at the
Hebrew Nursing Home for the Aged ini
Jacksonville and was of the Baptslt faith.
Mrs. Manning was preceded in death b\ 2
sisters: Christiie Patrick and Liicille Pad-
gett, 2 brothers: BrNant Carter Jr. and
Jinum Carter. Mabel i sn r ined b her
husband, Edward Manning, OP: 4 sons:


Douglas Manning, Atlanta. Donald an-
ningFair Oaks.CA, (D% ight Mlanniig, Tal-
lahassee and Dennis Manning, OP: a
brother, Floyd Carter, OP and a sister,
Melba Willia lmson, Middleburg: 6 grand-
children and 10 great grandchildren. Ser-
vices were held Oct. 18, at Manning.
Cemetery in Jacksonville. Arrangements
by Helm Funeral Home.
DOROTHY LOUISE SEARS
Mrs. Doothdl LounIse Sear',. 64. Sept. S,
1941).Jacksom ille. passed quietly at her
home with her fanmilh b\ her side on Oct.
14, 2005. Doroth\ was the da ughter of
Ro\ Ward and Athlia Gillian \arid and a
nam\ eof Hix. W\V coming toJacksom ille
In 1972 foin MID. Dciroithl .as a Girl
Scout Leader and coordinator. liomne-
maker and of the BaptIst faith She had
been on Hospice care tIfor neairl \ io \ ears
and the fail would like to thank thieii
for their wonderful care and all of the
compassion that had been shown. She was
preceded in death b\ I her parenis ando nee
sister Mildred Wa\rd. h s. Seas is survived
b\ hei husband Earl I Mel\ in Seal s.Jack-
som ille: 2 dauglliers: Teresa DiGeoirgio.
and Sherrie Brett.Jacksonville: 1 bIothLer.
Ro\ M. W\aid, Okechliobce, 3 sisters: Imo-
gene Richmond, Miogiene Dobbins. Hin-
Lo, n.WV \\. nd Anna Waulgh. Lcewisbtuig,
WV. and 5,grandc children. Services were
held Oct. 17.:tt Helm Funeral Home. In-
terment followed at Hicko \ Grote Cemue-
tervn GCS. In lieu of flowers the fainlt has
asked for donatloll to tithe Commu11nitit
Hospice of NE FL. Ai rangements tb\
Hlelm Fu neial HomieGCS.
GEORGE R. SACKETT, JR.
George R.Sackett.Jr.. 79. passed awa\
on Oct. 14.212005. inJackson\ ille, FL. He
was born in E.at Briunsu ick. NJ. was a
member of the Fleming Island Baptist
Church and served in the US Arm\ Air
Corps. Survivors include his wife. Elda
Jean Sackett: son. Robert V\ Sackett:
daughter.Judith L\ nneSackett Venable:


4 grandchildren and 1 gi eat grandchi d.
Servn ices weie held Oct 18. at Holh Hill
Meni orial Park with Rev. Tim Folds of-
Sficiating. Burial followed at Hollv Hill
Memorial Park.
HELEN MARIE KONOPACKI
Helen Marie
Konopacki, 86, of OPRFL,
passed away Sunday, Oct.
16, 2005. Born on March '
24. 1919. in Rhame. ND.
she was a inmember of Celebrauon
Lutheran Church in Juling ton Creek,
FL, and enjoyed fishing. She will be
deeply missed b\ hei family and
friends. Mrs. Konopacki wsas preceded
in death I\ her husband, Anton F.
Kon paI ki and a daughter. Normajean
Voorhees. Stir\ i\ors include her son.
Stanle\ R. i Kai en) Konopackil ofOP. FL:
sisters. Viola Hill and Al ina Hansen:
half -sister. Charlotte Miller: 4 grand-
children: 6 great-grandchildren and a
great-great-grandchld. Funeral set ic-
es were held Oct. 1S. at the Chapel of
Broadus-Rai nes & Pins FamIlh Funei al
Home withdi Rev. Dale Kaster officiating.
Ci avesidle ser\ ices were held Oct. 19. at
the Garder s ofl Memor v Ceineteri in
Dothlan. AL. Arrangements were under
the care of Broadtas-Raines &- Pons
Fanilh Funrial Homne.
JACOUELINE GEORGIANNA
ERICKSON
JacquelincGeorgianna Erickson.8(.ocf
OP FL. passel awa\ NMonda\,0ct. 17,21105.
Born on Nov 21,1924 in Stockton. CA. she
was an artist. She recei ed a 2nd place
award front the Cit\ of LaVeerne,CA. fot
her mural for the waterworks s\ stem as
well as designing a mural for Tennessee
Ernie Ford. Nirs. Erickson was a 30-\ear
niember of the Moose Lodge and will be
deeply missed bv liei family and friends.
Sturvi\ ors include her sons: Steven iHelen
Powels, Robert Gibson and Willianm
(Sherii Gibson; daughters: BarbvDee


iTunis VandenBerg and Roanna (Tim
Wilkon ICastell:sisters.Sister Wanda Marie
and Wanda Stoer: 2S grandchildren and
14 great-grandchildren.
IWENDY L DESBLES
Wendc L. DesBles, 55. Orange Park,
passed aav Oct. 14. 2005. after a coura-
gtotis six \ear battle it h cancer. Sur-
viving are her de\hoted husband of 32
years, Michael H. DesBles, a !o\ ing son
and daightlier, Matthew M. DesBles and
Danielle M. DesBles, OP Additional stir-
Si\ ors include parents: Ed watd G(. Zak
and Mildred M. Zak (Suich\ L\ ndhlitiut.
OH: sister, Marsha Leatliers and broth-
er-in-law Marlk Leathers, Phoenix. AZ
and nephews: Daniel andc Jeffer\
Leathers, Phoenix. She also leaves be-
hind relati es. friends and her towork-
eis at VWashington Miutual. Memioi ial
contrIibutions ma\ be made to ihe Lance
i Imstronlg Foundation for canI.er sur-
\0\ors. P.O. Box 130819, Houston, TX
77219.lwww.LAF.com) A mIemln ial ser% -
ice with reception will be held 11 a.m.
Saturday. Oct. 22.2005, at Hardage-Gid-
dens Ri'ermead Funeral Home.


How to place

an obituary
Obituaries can be emailed
to bshiver@jcpgroup.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 kussellJ-aen of test Cemetery


Two Burial Spaces, Side by Side $1600 Landscaped Garden Lots
Cremation Garden No-Interest Pre-Arrangement Plans
Prices Include Perpetual Care Veterans Section
2315 Sandridge Road Green Cove Springs, FL 32043 (904) 284-7720
www.rhrcemetery.com 5


Where Families Come Together
W\ri then the l-, t J kved orie draws jnuhes together, our home ub \,.ar hrome. Our pr..:nLb"c 1 rto r:prte4"onall
ker.e you ewh kindness .and canng, in the iomli:rtn o one ,t the mosni larelv homes in Green Coe Spnrins.


David Broaaus LFD Johnny Pon. LFD


Wes Kinner LFD


Broadus-Raines & Pons
Famnilv Funeral Home
kk", Curpa.si ,',ri Sn'- Th H iarr
www.broadus-ramnesandpons.com .
284-4000 278-40951



Se+mt maf a $e4>. ieraia .

WHAT REALLY MATTERS WHEN IT COMES TO PLANNING A FUNERAL?. IS
TT WHO HAS THE LARGEST FACILITY, OR THE BiGGEST STAFF, OR IS ITPA A
FUNERAL.HOME THAT OFFERS THE VERY BEST CARE FOR YOUR OD ,,
.ONE, ALL THE .GUIDANCE AND SUPPORT YOU NEED AND A VARET OF- '
SERVICE OPTION S?,^ THINK THAT BETTER SERVICE A0ES A. BETTER
FUNERAL HO. .. -:
... .. ........OR Y b .,F


818 jdldwid *, CoveSprings,.L 2

-.. hoe:.904-284-969 .
Fax.: 904-284-5831 helmfuneralhome@aklt.com
Kelly Barn a be viewesed da at o '
*i *i^o- tuariesnmay be viewed daily.atwww.claytodaypiz .


MAYHUGH S DRUGS
and

FIRST CHOICE

RESPIRATORY CARE

annpiounces a


COMMUNITY


HEALTH FAIR



Saturday, Nov. 5, 2005

10AM-1 PM ,

We will be performing FREE HEALTH CHECKS

and SCREENINGS for:

BLOOD PRESSURE BLOOD SUGAR

EYES GLAUCOMA LUNG FUNCTION


*MEDICARE PART "D" QUESTIONS & ANSWERS


Hot Dogs, Hamburgers and Drinks
will be served.

Health screens are not a substitute for diagnostic procedures.
Patients with diagnosed conditions should not be screened. If you
are unsure consult your doctor. *
*Subject to availability.


Sed-ion A49-


CLAYTODAYBIZ,


October 20, 2005










Russell Baptist to hold Missions Fair


By Lisa Dail, Correspondent

GREEN COVE SPRINGS- Those seeking
unique and homemade items will get a
chance to find what they're looking for
during Russell Baptist Church's Missions
Fair Saturday, Oct. 22, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
at the Way Radio property.
The missions fair will allow people to buy
crafts made by churchmembers during the
last year and bid on items up for auction.
"The ultimate goal of the missions fair
is that every memberin the church would
give something of their resources,
whether it is financial, time, or creative
talents to help the local community or


the world," said Gwenda Trapp. "Every-
one can do small things to contribute or
make a difference."
The idea for .the missions fair came
from a church in Woodlands, Texas. The
church's craft circle ministry would auc-
tion off their crafts at the end of the year
to raise money for missionaries. Trapp
become aware of the Texas fair after the
church gave her the money she needed
to be a missionary in Africa.
Later, Trapp saw the talent of Russell
Baptist's members and wanted to use that
talent to benefit others so she started a
craft circle.
In the beginning, the craft circle met


.


CORRESPONDENT PHOTO B
Russell Baptist church members Faith Wolf, left, Margie Craven, Marilyn Dail, Gwenda T
Nancy Lair organized the craft fair taking place Saturday.


THE UNITED STATES A

ARMY FIELD BAND

& SOLDIERS' CHORUS


once a month. But soon, the circle be-
came so popular that since the summer it
started meeting every TtiescdaN from 10
a.m. to noon in the Fellowship Hall at
Russell Baptist Church.
Since not all members of R ussell Bap-
tist Church can make the Tuesday meet-
ings, otihel church member s have been
working on crafts at their homes for the
missions fair.
The craft circle allows every member
of Russell Baptist to help with the.mis-
sionsfair, whether it'sby making c ri fs at
home or ha\ 1ing a business donate 'ome-
thing to be auctioned, said Trapp
The fair was planned and organized
bvacoiegroupoffie%%\omen
who leadO the church's TuesdaN
craftt:irt .
The most inispuational mein -
b her of handson missions, saNs
.Trapp, is Nancy Lair. ,iho was
confined toa \,heel chairafter a
car accident. Lair comes, c\ eln
Tuesday todo whatever she can
toconIl buitetothecraftcircle.
Mr s. La ir may not be able
to not be able to su ing beads
for a necklace, but she can
use her arti st talents to allow
her to deign the necklaces,"
said Trapp, who explained
that Lair is \ern creative anid
the craft circle gives her the
opp1)i rtuntity to use her cre-
ative abilities in ways that
aren't alavys possible with
her physical abilities.
Trapp, her husband and
two daughters are going back
to Akrica in January and hope
the core group of crafters will
3) LISA DIUL continue that craft circle and
rapp and make the missions fair an an-
lnual event.


"It is amazing to see how the local
c omum u ni ti has support ted h is craft cir-
cle to make this auction a success,"
Trapp said.
All of the proceeds from the craft fair
will be given to the various missionary
endeavors that Rtissell Bapist Church
supports yearly. According to Trapp the
proceeds % ill be disr ibuited tol 7 individ-
uals or groups.
Way Radio donated its facilities in
Green Cove Springs for the Missions Fair
and many church members have given
up a game from their season ticket pack-
ages to go to the auction.
A local mechanic donated a used car,
and one family*in the church donated a
week in their Ha, aii timeshare for the
auction at the fair.
Every SIuinda\ school class at Russell
Baptist Ch urch has designed specialty
themed baskets filled %' ith goodies for
the auction as well.
In addition to the items supplied for
the auction, boxes of homemade crafts
will be for sale.
Along with the auction and crafts,
there will also be homemade snacks and
deserts for sale. The food was also made
for the event through the hard work of
church members., sa s Trapp.
The youth group at Russell will pro-
vide games and tacti% ities for children
while families t, ill also be able to enjoy
gospel mAusi
Orange Park Medical Center will also
be :t the fair to conduct free blood pres-
sure checks for e er) one uho attends.
"The auction and the homemade
crafts that will be at the fair are a good
way to start that holiday shopping (orjust
to support a good cause," Trapp said.
The \as Radio station property islo-
cated at 25100 Russell Road in Green
Cove Springs.




111 i


in with a
ig address:


283 College Drive,i Ftrida 32065
r- --.-- ----.. -. ... .
Please Circle the number of tickets needed: 1 2 3 4 I
I ---- ALL SEATS GENERAL ADMISSION -
,: :- For additional information contact the Box Office
904-276-6750
- ------- .-------------------- ---------
./ Sponsored by the OaywTod 'y
Preenied bt in- Trr,ash.h r-r-H rrie Cie nier ifr lthe Arl, a t s 1 .lhn Pitvr Cornnurnlr, Cn college


Section A-20


CLAYTODAYBIZ


20,2005












Octobe 20ASnd0ary


OPH graduate hails from Ecuador


Special to Clay Today

MANTA, Ecuador In this small, South
American country located near the
equator, most tourists pass the time whale
watching, strolling aroundwearing Pana-
ma hats and loose-fit clothing, drifting
off for afternoon siestas or landing on
the exotic Galapagos Islands.'
For the son of an Orange Park couple,
life here is far from being considered a
laid-back affair.
U.S. Air Force men and women here are
working a l:-.u id h1h-i.ci t- t surveillance air-
planes, attending intelligence briefings and
assisting inthe search for elusive drug-traf-
ficking operations throughout the region.
Serving at a U.S. Air Force Forward Op-
erating Location in Ecuador is Airman 1st
ClassJoshuaB. Abbey,sonofJeff i nd Jer ii
Ann Al.i oifOt.itgP.ii-k.Abbey and
othii Ain F t U-. at inci here are assisting
the U.S. -counter-drug mission against
S> ur.lh A\ nit i.:aii drug-producing centers
and Caribbean trafficking routes.
Abbey works aboardarefueling airplane
as a boom operator, flying missions out of
Eloy Alfaro International Airport in Manta.
I'regularly fly on the KC-135 tanker air-
planexhi,.h .,ppi ( t the ref.eini._ ofAir-
borne \\ai tInig and Control System
(AWACS'i ci \ cillatice planC ." said At:tbbel.;
2003gradutuic ot ( )ingec Pai Hi.gh Scihoo-l.
The A.ACW S stiirveillin>:e planes and
flh ig tanlkc rs jllo lithe Uiiited States t,_
monitor air and marine activity 24-
hours-a-day, 7-days-a-week, from the
Car ibbean to the.drug "source zones" of
Columbia, Pern and Boli ia.


Life for the airmen here is not limited to
fighting the drug trade. During their free
ti 11:c. the sitglu.- m ,1 a- 1:,111 Iid fU i i[,dor pA d -,-
cIiC< :A.tIl:tin e tl -I,,i i:CaL-tt:td\ ('lltii t;Caitndalln [p-
portunity for a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
"Ecuador is a country that is on the


PHOTO( siPECl.XiL 10 CoLAX TODN
Air Force Airman 1 st Class Joshua B. Abbey
is serving at Manta Forward Operating Lo-
cation, Ecuador.

.vergeof hltiugc,"aid Abl. ;."uO pie-
ence is helping these people b% sh- ; ini .
them how to modernize-their si-,.it\
aiui ind Et- iador.L ike inmos oti coiI i lu'ie-.
1' i [0t,- 1,! \ i>ttgct l it cel ofI hoI the local i.-
izr. ns iiictlabout Alml icanl.s, and.]usr lit in
octhelI cans and deloine them inI' i thilecouliu\."
\\ilen Abbe\ finishes hiltempol'u \ as-
signmnent iin Ecuador, ie hi? ill reun n to hi.
regular until, ithe 91st Ail Refieling,
Squadron ai MacD)ill Ai, Force Base. TImn pa.


Construction battalion from


Jacksonville returns home


By Lt. Russell Bates
CBMU202Detach mentjacksonville

U.S. Naval Construction Battalion
Maintenance Unit (CBMU) 202-Detail
Jai k.onville ri i.i iled t., NAS Jack-
sonville Oct.8 farii a: fi\ c-u.ck deploy-
mentI to C(Cinsl '.1:tI iit Ba .itil-,'i Center
G ul fp'Oi Miss. ii" stiuiPpii t 0ofJoint Task
Force Kantinla. Dutinm thilieir deploy-
rnent. ihe dL tail ,1iI t.[.,isd with disaster.
I-L-'- e0 \ V .1I l bLas. S1.1pp 1 r1 I. i .MSSt,0 1I1
StI- nnis Sp.u'e ( itt.e Mi'S.
The-Sea bees oe CBMU 22 i.:l
completed 1,2(11ii illid.ii f c:amp
rmainttenianice anid dis:itl>i l o-'r ryop-
erations inl sIippol 't it Na-itl Mei -crolo-
gy anld Oceanography C.mninmand
(N.M'METOC)' loctaicd a Stenim. p.t -
cniter.
Stennis, lioilnC t[ Iltii ili.in 3,000
inilita \ iand di', i titiii cniiplo\ ies, was in
cloi. p.\IxLnnit\ to t lhucre liui.t 1 icane Ka-
uI i nIa' r ni.id: laiid all. U[-n arrival, a
tl I a c [iloted dt:[ il iii 4- Scitb>:es and
oi:e (.a \ i -nilgil iee! offit iel apid\i a'-'
stc sd ithe It-e idso tIc- bahse ,.,int.ihal'id-
eri and cuickli fonr._ed a planI to Ionduiti
hiiiricLane deIbriis ien.\Ail, establish
shower anld laundry\ service., -< ilnduct
electrical inspectionson dainacgerl f.icil-
iUes. iee-ranblish.l 1.501i \ yards of perimeter
sect i[\ fencing. and inpro 't-ie and a-
hall miles of pioneer roads. At the-
height of opei actions. CBMU 202


Seabees were c ining,. ipii; 1 injal m e-
moving 80 tons of tree debris each day
and a si-.i6.iig i ilie FEI[MA In- ii.-irtersby
ii iSi tn.tit. ig t.n',i .'i; _indi performing
rioadi cp iis at ent-y control p,,ii, ,I )p-
porting li .nistica l yiiupph operations
.of more th:in 2 -iiil!iiiiper day.
As S itntis ,'perarions. i ii nodt.l
ii t i:Il condii.ioni.tCh Seab-, ,,flurnd
tihlnms>elit>, pul ing ,.ut d;v ide \t 1 Je
JIld lelldin'i, assis[.tianCe to ,-lizeieis
,i1 Hancock a-ntd _Haid ison C(.Oi niI
in Minisippi a-nd SI. T:annua in P .irisli
ini toi.ia a.
\t e hili licatiC in. Sc' htbe. \>-ie ua -' l-
Lunilled \ ith open at i sLa'I i l- t l iil. i31n
r'e, i,'i 'ed ti:c s Off iOf pri i i.t- ih-omintcs.
cleared ii ):Ilwai\ -s. hlelF,:ed L-int1 e i- st'i,[e
tlilih.ies, .lnd oi. sti uA' c. ed 1iil a1.ni[n lit
P.as1,, Chi tiald Al-\ .i ,_u--:, w fl,:,ui. lM
[licInsche.: \ vi 'l tit hon, -s.alLteI. kat.ina
S.1i, aJed their cda%1il ciIunit.i
.Aiiter i eachini '-tead.\. sMate ofp-
crtiaii ,, thie.[ ja lc'soni illc Ibased '*:. eabees
prmo i-[lei the i d as. wid-t :a "SLEAH-UT"
li iiiidr\ facili \ Additionally. hI e\ .is-
siled NAV\METO(-.'s "Stennis Helping
St-nnis"outireachpi:rogutin. \hhlih; pos-
hi\el\ imnpacted tnoi e tlia 221-5) fainilies.
assi ned to NASA. Natal Ocea.lnog ra-
phi ComIinand and N. METOCC
C(ommnands. All \work accomplished
thoiilughoit tile disaster reco\ erv oper-
ation pro\ ided direct quali\ ol- life im-
pi o\ernents for station personnel.


Fawzi Farha M.D.
* Gradure, University of Kansas
* joining First Coast Surgical .
Associates

Accepting New Patients
Most Insurance & Tricare Accepted
INCLUDING:
Blue Cross Medicare
CCN -TCS
Beeclistreet First Health
Hum ana


276-6200
2140 Kingslev Ave. Suite: 11
Orange Park, Florida j
:." ; ......


WELLNESS


WEDNESDAY


SEOPENINGS

VA/l IUE ,PTOMETRIST
i K Vf APPOINTMENTS
M4_VLUESAVAILABLE



Single-Vision lifecal Titanium Frames
SINGLE-VISION
Eyeilasses Eycilasses 3 YEAR WARRANTY




UNITED OPTICAL OUTLET
Ser'ing Orl Customers Since 196.2
ORANGE PARK DOWNTOWrUn SOUTHSIDE REBPBECHES WESTSIDE
26 Biarnrn Bivd ....5 58 -1i Uni.itY R1E.A "1 N3rd St 13 bi...
276-4511 B ilj9 iArilk-BId lol Bl5B.air, -
** V SS Sti^w^ y3- 'f**'7998I" *^-d41a0 > f *-fi25 **
grKji~~ft~i-h.t f^^i~~ ib^I. W^ ^ irK -14tL rt -*.Jy J^ ^^


This Month's Topic: Depression & Anxiety
* Fin.j .:.jr ,l. '_ :3ij;m _; I-.I, 7,.:r r. rad "-r., .'
* e : I.:r,- r, :r I_- rr ;.:: .,' ri,,G -r,_r l r.,r, C in.,rder i,.-LCi
* L ) r r h rh -n r. ,- : 5 1 ,.' ,r Ji r ,i' : :r u : 5l l i n d r. d .r 5
..0': 'i p a1 1 .hl- ,.. ,rl ,' *...r,: pir,:.p- r care .. .
Wellness Wednesdays are a val, abl .::.r,, ,r, :er.,:. tr :.ir :u .:'.r, h. \ih":.:ar
experts at Orange Park Medical .- ntr r.1 ,l.. F1.-' : .i 1 -.:..:d Eri,. h -I r her.
you ..:..- u j t .h,- ,ir.:.rn- r,..:.r,Ii th- .-.:r.- -, ._ -.rn
Wednesday, October 26th *7am to 10amrr
Orange Park Medical Center :
Registration Lobby
2001 Kingsley Avenue


Specialist

[tfartIa 7be US-iuth.[ICtI


Section A-21


CLAYTODAYBIZ


October 20, 2005







Section A-22 CLAYTODAY.BIZ. October 20, 2005
Q'. Q44sA,
Cci ~f G! ->


EVENTS
THE FLETCHER HS CLASSOF 1965
is planning a 40-year reunionFriday, Oct.21
and Saturday, Oct. 22 at Max's Ballroom &
Restaurant inJacksonville Beach. Call 751-
4141 or e-mailr.lefevre@comcast.net.Help
needed in locating "missing" classmates
too. Will provide complete list of C 0'65.
CALLING ALL MARINE MENM-
BERS OF COMPANY B (-i 4TH AS-
SAULT AMPHBIAN Bn. The "lion
GatIorIs" ill hold a reIniton dluritng tIle
Marine Corps' Birrhda\ Ball No\.19 Visit
ww w.iroiugaioatrs.conm( mcball iuml or call
542-1751.
SOUTHERN HEART GROUP &
LUTHERAN SOCIAL SERVICES will
send supplies to animal and hIuman storm
victims in Louisiana and Mississippi. Drop
donations at the Dogpound Grill. 7001
Blanding Bl d., on Mondays.Call 298-1553.
THE FLEET RESERVE ASSOCIA-
TION will mieer 8 p.m. Thursday Oct.20
at 7673 Blanding BlId. Call 771-2936.
MIDDLEBURG ELEMENTARY will
host a Fall Festi\ al at the school on Fr iday.
Oct. 21. Admission is free. Tickets aie
four for l1. There will be lood.games and
a silent auction to help raise funds for
computers for the school.
AN AARP DRIVER SAFETY
CLASS will be taught 9a.in.-l p.m. Thurs-
day and Frida\.OC)ct. 20-21 at Southside
United Methodist Church. 3120 Hen-
dricks Ave..Jacksonv ille. The cost is $10.
Call (9 041731-3106.
THE FLORIDA FEDERATION OF
GARDEN CLUBS, INC. will presentits
annual horticulttral program 9 a.m.-3p.nm.
Oct.22.at the Du\al County ExtensionOf -
- fice. 1010 N. McDu ff Ave. Cost is $5 in ad-
vance or $8 at the door. Call 282-4981.
THE UNITED STATES POST OF-
' 'iCE RIDGEWOOD-BRANCH will
o" Ist a pumpkin decorating contest for
children ages 6-12 ears old 2-4:30 p.m.
Saturday. Oct. 22. at 225 College Dr)i i\ e.
Children can bring pumpkins to the post
off ice for the contest, which is the pre-
liminar\ for the national contest where
.participants will compete for more than
10.000 in prizes.
THE 2005 CLAY COUNTY CROP
WALK will be 1:30 p.uSatiurdav, Oct. 23
behind the Orange Park Kennel Club.
Call 282-3119.
SJRCC will host GEL) Exain.registra-
tion 8:30t a.mn.-4:31 p.m. Oct.:24-28 at the
Palatka campus. Call276-6780..
.THE PUBLIC SAFETY COMMIT-
TEE w ill meet 2 p.m. Thtirsdav. Oct. 27, at
the Clay Countn Ad iniisfration Building,
477 Houston Suteet. Green-Cove Springs.
16TH ANNUALCAT SHOW & IN-
TERNATIONAL CAT AGILITY
TRIAL will be Oct. 22-2.3 at dithe Clay
Connt\ Fairgrounds. Cost is $5 for adults
and $4 ifor childrenl6-12 vearsold, militai \
personnel and seniors. C(-all 284-5317.
THE ARCJACKSONVILLEwill host
its 14th Annual Dinner with Bill 6:31 p.m.
Oct. 26, at the Hatt Downtown Jack-
sonville. Guest speaker is Gar\ Gmuller.
Tickets are $1(100 per seat or $1,000 ifor i10
corporate seats. Call 355-0155 ext. 12.
i7 r


THE ORANGE PARK COMMUNI-
TY THEATRE will hold a-performance
of Prescription: Murder to benefit the .
Clay County Humane Societ ThursdaN.
Oct. 27. Tickets are $20 and can be pur-
chasedfroin the Humane Soc ie at 2230-
Filmore St. Call 276-7729.
LIFESTYLE FAMILY FITNESS will
hosta Hurricane Reliet Walk-A-Thon I0
a. m -noon Saturda .Oct. 9. (1:. Coi is $10
and 'go o theAmeui icanRed :Ci-ssHun i-
cane Relief Effort. Visit w .Iff.-iom or
htp: katina.redcross.oi g .
A PARK CONCERT SERIES % ill .t
3-8 p.m. Oct. 29 at G.old Head Branch Statec
Park. ParliU:cipal tsshouIld I ini lan I-[,:chairs
and enlo\ inutic li1 om Mi d-LifeCrinsisand
Crooked I Counsel. The :inoel is ftee e i th
park admission. Call 1'J521 473-4S7': i ,r tisi
Imp: \ w\.floi idastarepap ks.or4g.
BECK CHRYSLER DODGEJEEP&
THE KLAASKIDS FOUNDATION will
Shosta free KlaaskidsPrint--Tln ito pro-
mote and edut.ate familiesaboutchild safe-
t\ and fingerprint and photograph
children lI.ia.m.-4 p.m..Saturda\, Nov. 5. at
their store in Palatka. Call 8 i0-382-3692.
AN AARP DRIVER SAFETY
CLASS will be taught 9a.mn.-1 p.m Satur-
da\. No\. 5 & 12. ai St. Catherine's Chnurch.
1649 Kingslev Alenue. A $11i rgisruation
fee w ill be received on the first Saturday.
Call 298-2766.
A HOLIDAY CRAFT FAIR % ill take
place 10 a.m.-6 p.m. SaturdaN. No%. 5. at
Spencer's Fairm. Proceeds benefit teens&
tots. Call 904) 291-3852.
THE REAL ESTATE GALLERY. 2569
Counts Road 220. Suite 201. ill host a
showing by the Orange Park Arts Guild 5-
7 pan. Tli ursda\, No\: 10. Call ( 1271.6-9990.
THE SOUTHERN GENEALO-
GIST'S EXCHANGE SOCIETY will
meet 10 a m. Saturday Nov. 12, at its li-
brairy headqua-rters. 6215 Sauterne Dr.,
Jacksonville. Don Berrn will speak about
"The First Real Thanksgi\ ing in America
the Hug'uenots at Foi t Caroline." This will
also be the ainual business meetingL w ith
electionolofofficers.Visit http: sesjax.u i-
pod.com or call 9i04-778-100i0.
THE FIRST ANNUAL OUTDOOR
SPORTSMIAN EXPO will be 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Satn da\, Feb. 18. at the Cla Count\ Agrn-
cultural Fauytounds. Call 3S6-32-8,875.
GRACE EPISCOPAL DAY SCHOOL
will host a block par t 6- 8 p.m. Monday ,
Oct. 31, on its grounds on Stc'we Street.
There \ ill be games.food and entertain-
ment. Admission is two canned! goods for
ST he Clothes loset food bank

RELIGION
DRAIL A PRESENTATION: HLEAEN'S
GATES& HELLSFLAMES. -,ill be pi csented
at New BegiulingsChrinstian F-llo,.ship pn.m.
Oct. 3031 and Nov. 1 at 1134 BL, nd'ii, Bl dl.
Childh:are a \ ailable. Cai 272-1017
THE CORNERSTONE CHORALE
& BRASS CONCERT sponsored b tihe
jackson\ %ille Mast works Choralec. In(:.
and Oran.ge Park Untied Methodist
Chinuch. will be 7 p.m. Wednesday. (Jct. 26
at 2051 Park A'e. For infoi nation about
de free concert call 264-2241 ext. 225.

- 01 V -r
:)J f'JAW j


Affordable
ALL WOOD KITCHEN CABINETS!

JAX BARGAIN

PLYWOOD A
Edgewood at Beaver 34th and Main
388-1501 764-9071


NIT. PLEASANT MISSIONARY BAP-
TIST CHLURCH uill host its6th annual Fall
Festival 10a.mn.-6p.ni. No%. 5, at 1300 Martin
Luther King,Jr. bl d.c.Green Cove Springs..
Games. prizes, homemade ice cream .hoIt-
dogs, spaghetti.f ish.and cichken wings '%ill
he', ailable. Call 284-9431
ST.CATHERINE'S 14TH ANNUAL
CRAFT-A-FAIRE will beh9 a.m.-4 p.m.
atui da\. Nov. 12. at 1649 Kin'gsle\ A\e
More than .1t crafters will be selling
handmade items, clothing. jeweh l. holi-
da\ and quilting items
THE LAKEWOOD UNITED
METHODIST WOMEN i Ill sponsor its,
20th Annual (C alI t E\t a aganzam' a.m.-3,
p.n. Sam urda\, No.12. widi more diai 1751 e-
gional c aflters )pa-LtiCip:aung.AllI p-o.eeds
will benefit mission projects around the
wo: Id. The chui ch is loated ai 6133 San
Jose Boulevard .just south of Unlersit\
BoulevardI 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
Decco Road in Green Co\e Springs.
FLEMING ISLAND PRESBYTER-
IAN CHURCH is selling its keepsake
cookbook containing 181 local recipes for
$15 at 17-143 CR 220. All proceeds go to-
ward the building tund. Call 269-2412.
ORANGE AVENUE BAPTIST
CHURCH GREEN COVE SPRINGS
w ill hold T link or Treat 6-8 p.m. Monday ,
Oct. 31. at 1106 N. Orange Ave., Green
CoveSprings.Call 284-3937.
MIDDLEBURG UNITED
METHODLSTCHURCH will host its an-
nual Pumpkin Patch Sale throughout Oc-
tober next to McDonalds on Blanding
Blvd. Hours will be 10 a.m.-9 p.m. Monday
-Satuida\ and 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Sunday.
RUSSELL BAPTIST CHURCH'S
HANDS ON MISSION will h6os an Arts
and Crafts Festival 9 a.m.-3 p.m.OctL 22. at
WRAY Radio. 2500 Russell Road.
Crafters needed. Call 2814-3951.
ST. MARGARET'S CHILDREN'S
HOUSE will host its fifth annual Fall
Yard Sale 7 a.mi.-noon Satutrday, O(ct. 29, at
the church. Items incl ude games. cloth-
ing. household items, knick-knacks and
tos. Call 264-3168.
THE EVANGELISM AND HOME
MISSIONS DEPARTMENT of the Green
Cove Springs Congliegational Holiness
Church will present a missionaiv program
10i a.m.-I p.m. the thud Saturday of the
imonlndt in the pa king lot at Clah T heater. All
meetings include gospel singing and
pi teaching. Clothing and meals offered to
thdiose ith needs. Call 284 -5089.

ONGOING EVENTS
GRACE EPISCOPAL CHURCH w ill
otf teIrts l i lfcs ilShai Pt o.graml t:30_-8.31 1p.m.
No:.S-(an. 31 at 245 Kngsli Aenue.Con-
lerence Room B. Call 9,i4 264-9981.
THE FRIDAY NIGHTDANCECLUB
at the Orange Pat k Lion Club, 423 Mcln-
i shA\e.A-i: ie adults, inr I led or single are
ini tecd to attend. Snacks, set-utps, door
pi izes and a smoke free atmosphere atie
theIc hoi tihe attendee. Nonmnmembelint $8
rnluebei $ 6. Call. 463-4449
SHEPHERD'S CENTER OF OR-
ANGE PARK will present Advenitures iii
Learning Mondays. O(.t. 3-Nov. 21, at the


l6/ay Electric Cooperative, Inc.
-. T .] ..J '- i "T,- T *
CompelIii'e raics, non-promlit,
right hIfere m n ur comnIt.i tir.
Keystone (3521 473-4917
Orange Park (904) 272-2456
clayelectric.com


Family Life Celiter of the Orange Park
United Methodist Church. Cost for the
eight-week session is $20. Lunch follows
prlogi ans. Call 269-5315.
THE SOUTH EAST VOLKSWA-
GEN CLUB gathers at the Sonic Dr ive-
In, 1711 Wells Rd. Orange Park. 6 p.m. on
the fist Saturday of e'en monthly. .11i
\ilksw agensand people w ho h:t\ le an in-
rteest in V \Vs Il\ ited. Call 272-5244
RECOVERY. INC.. a support gifouip for
dose sUif h ing fi omi! siu ess. teIsilon,aiI\iet\.
pa.nic.deprelssion, ftalig e, sleep problemm,
wo i \, r .anei, feat. helplessness or hopeless-
ncs:. will iieetL 1p.m eacIh I\Wednesda t .- Ad-
\eni Liutheranll Chiich. 2156 Loch Rane
BlI d.., )1 a nge Pai k Call 264-2315.
THE SOUTHERN GENEALO-
GIST'S EXCHANGE SOCIETY will
meet 10I a.m. the second Saimi dla of the
month at 6215 Sauterne Driae. Jack-
sonM ille. Call 272-3870.
IMPROVJACKSONVILLE COME-
DY THEATRE will host a w ine tasting 6
p.11. the second and foui th Frida\ of the
month. Cost is $11. Call 49-FUNNY.
ORANGE PARK MEDICAL CEN-
TER'S WELLNESS WEDNESDAYS. a
Iree health info nation and screening
e ent, will take place 7-10 a.m. the last
We\dnesd-a Iof each monthci in the hospital's
Registration Lobb\ on Kingsle\ A\e. Visit
w w w.opmedical.comi n call 9i14-213-2601.
ART GUILD OF ORANGE PARK.
INC. meets 7 p.m. the first Tuesda\ of
each month Septembei-Ma\ in the Or-
ange Park Library. Call 904-215-9177 or
\ isit www.orangepaikart.com
NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS meets
8 p.m. Thursday at St. Mar s Episcopal
Ch trc h in Green Cove Springs.
CHRISTIAN MOTORCYCLIST AS-
SOCIATION Clay Countn Chapter meets
6-8 p.m. Friday\ sat Zaxb\ at Blanding and
Kingsley in Orange Park and again 5-6
p.m. the fourth Saturda\ of the month at
Orange Ave. Baptist Chui ch, Green Cove
Spi ings, with optional Bible study tfiom 6-
7 p.m. Visit cnlausa.org.
RETIRED FEDERAL EMPLOYEES
meets I p.m. the second Tuesday of the
mncmth at the Orange Park Public Li-
brarN. Call 276-9415.
THE ROCKIN' REDHATLAND
CHAPTER OF THE RED HAT SOCI-
ETY will meet 6:30 p.m.ever\ third Tues-
day. Call 284-0455.
THE GEN. ROY S. GEIGER DE-
TACHMENT OF THE MARINE
CORPS LEAGUE meets 7 p.m. the thii d
Monday of the month at the Middleburg
VFW. Call 272-5013.

HEALTH
HOSPICE OFJACKSONVILLE i
searching for olunitecrs.Call 733-9818.
SPANISH FOR HEALTHCARE
PROFESSIONALS. a 10 week court se. will
meet 6-S p.ll. Mond'i\ s at the Orange Pai k
Medical Center Banq:iuet Area. The tost is
$50j and includle"a te\Lxtbook.Call 482-01s89.
THE KINDRED HOSPITAL
NORTH FLORIDA will host Amlerican
Lung Association Better Breathers Club
Support Group 2 p.l. the fourth Tuesda\
of thli month. Ca lI 90 14-284 -9230 ext 4085.
THE CLAY COUNTY VOLUN-
TEER MEDICAL CLINIC will host free
medical care for inldi\ ideals with inade-
quate or no health insurance at the Clay
Comun,\ Health Clinic, 3229 Beatr Run
Blvd. Call 282-0439.

Edtors noict'.A l/siubmitsions to t1ht Coi-
itiiniit Calt ndao n ti be ret ivced by lithFrt-
da piori toipublicatio and will be placedoi
a space available basis. Emal submi .ssion Sto
G a alsah. gwia Ish @ihpg ,oup.cot,


Proud to be part of the community.

CommuMnity Calpendar Sponsor
0 4- 4 A" "- 1 0 0 1 e 4 ( C 1 1 t 1 4 C F t C L 't 6 t








Recognition funds presented to Orange Park High School and Junior High School
Special to Clay Today academic achievement and improvement "T he Sc hool Recognition Progranmd i- cause of their ability to inspire students to
over the past ear on Friday. Oct. 14 rei-d reiardssmdens andleacher for -ex- achieve indiileu schliool work.Flohrida haes-
ORANGE PARK State Rep. Dick Kravitz and \\kie presented the high ceUenceandrisa tiod\adontifoperfoir:nce i tablished aptublic policy t'c-measure ,tt"i-
Kravitz (R-Orange Park) and Sen. Steve school with a $239,384 check and one for in dicco"ing schlcE) eai,"sud 'a itz "Be- dents learnifig as mii.asu red by the FCAT
Wise (R-Jacksonville) recognized teachers $126,25E4 to thejunior high school. Funds cause impoi ing die quaIl.I of ed Ilauon in tesLt to te\ard excellence in teaching.Par -
and students at Orange Park High School were made possible by Florida's innovative oCurschooilsisapt:umIcrhip.elook loirward entsand studentsslhould : b pr ouid ot idie
and Junior High School for outstanding A+ Plan's SchoolRecognition Program. t: clltinuiing diese recoigniltoniand pio: id teaciiing and learning hliat has taken plat:.


1 N
~~iS &. f~i V


ing rldiesecdllus in die \:eu i tU come.
An inm)portanit c mponeit of the pi o-
gram, which has been significantly ex-
panded \: rIE eilnt \e-n is die flrxibilii v
and control it provides at the local level for
schools to allocate the funds in accordance
with Florida Statues. The highest per-
forming and improving schools will also be
given the freedom to manage their own-
budgets and utilize creative strategies that
seek to make academic progress.
"The check ,e aie pre-entir ig i::lai is
a: reward rlat tthe' teachers lLa eci iuned Ib -


heiedtuiing the 2i i 4-21iE15.'<, -li-ol\eai ane d
I am pirouItd o )be apaI t of dir c hlc(k pI es-
entation," said WVse.
P, ii id pal Mike Wingate of Orange.Park
High said ithe hld dre\clkycp a budget in
ad\ aiiut and that 15 pe cent of the funds
nouiltl be spciti fitr classroom technology,
ten pe cent for speakers.and 75 percent
SWOUld go to the teachers.
Pi incipcaJi liie Young atOi :ingc Park
Junior High said that some of the money
would be spent n i t d.b,.i :il i plni f6:>,
su identsNo.L.22.


STAFF PHOTO BY BOB HENDERSON
Rep. Dick Kravitz; left, and Senator Steve Wise, right, present an A+ Plan School
Recognition check to Principal Mike Wingate of Orange Park High School. Later the
same day they presented another check to Principal James Young at Orange Park Ju-
nior High.


CHOWENWAW from page A-2


completed, Whtson said.
"It's marching down that direction,"
Watson said of the sale process, "although
wedon'thaecl-'singcl date."
Thecotuit. in siapplication to the Flori-
daComunniic-s Trust, said it plans to keep
die property\ "as a mostly passir e outdoor
Srecreanton area pro\ idiiing public access to
Black Creek while ensure ing protection of
die site's uiiqCue narnual feature es."
The Gateway Council put dihe proper
onChe market inearlyi2l01.partl because
it as ilmoing toinothder Cla\ Countlt I\ a-
tion and because developers weteexpress-
S in an interest in but\ ing it. Watson said.
Respot:nding t comw munitt\ concerns
about what developers would do i ith de
+ .


p opeit County Commissioners sought
grants to help the county fundapbrtionof
the purchase.
S Wat-son said dieGirl Sco itLsCIountcil also
preferred that dihe camp. first opened inI
1933,. sted a% ailable to die general public.
"We basically decided m best iiiterest in
theGirl ScoulsLanid thecommnuinm to pre-
serve die legacy of the property\ foi e\ er\-
bod\ to use fore\ r." lhe said.
Inong thiecoutni\ usesproporsed for die
site are a canoe and kayaking launch into
Black Creek as well as a fishing boardwalk,
bike paths. nati ure trail.picnic area. plai -
giotindequ.ipmenitand iesuooin facilities.
T heiitscalso include, several strulciues,
incliudllng he lo g-c -onstructedBig Cabin,
built b\ lihe Ci% ilian Consci actionn Corps
ci ming the Depressioin. -


IS NOW AT A NEW LOCATION!



You'll Find Me at... Yana 's Salon, Inc.
S2039 Mound St. Otaiit Parl d
233-4583



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
Ssuperfood in the world by Dr. Nicolas Perricone in his
{book "The Perricone Promise".
! For a free tasting or more information on
1 how you can improve your health and wealth
JCall Lynette or Randy 284-4480


NOTICE OF EXTENSION

AND CERTIFICATION

OF TAX ROLLS

Wayne G. Weeks, Property Appraiser, pursuant ofiFlorida Statute 193.122(2), hereby serves-
notice that on October 12, 2005, all required exiensiorns to and certification of the tax rolls in
Clay County, were completed

WAYNE G. WEEKS, CFA
Property Appraiser
legal notice 7580 published October 20, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today newspaper.
Ik '. . ..


GIFTS UNDER $25 HOLIDAY ACCESSORIES ORNAMENTS
PICTURES LAMPS CANDLES SCENTIER FRAGRANCE
LAMPES FENTON GLASSWARE PLANTS FURNITURE
LARGE SELECTION OF UNIQUE, BEAUTIFUL AND
DECORATIVE HOME ACCESSORIES

'I Save 45% OFF
ON SELECTED STr
MERCHANDISE 3CHRISTM

Gift Registries and NOW!
Gift Certificates Available -


9fomancealwUdiq&e'
UNIQUE HOME ACCESSORIES & IFrS -

541-0555
868 Blanding Bkd., Suite 120
R idgecrest Plaza (by Piblir)
HOURS: Monday-Saturday 10am-6pm Closed Sunday




"My parents couldn't
stop smiling about my
report card. I knew I
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.


www.educate.com


MORE PARENTS TURN
TO SYLVAN THAN ANY
OTHER TUTOR. CALL NOW.
269-2000

SYLVAN
LEARNING CENTER


AT PREP CAT RP AGBA GOMTR


$50 OFF
SYLVAN SKILLS
ASSESSMENTO
Exp. 10-31-05. Not valid with other offers. ctIO05


.-CLAYTODAY.BIZ


Section A-23


Octob.e.r,.20, 2005






Section A-24


Soo
wos'+. .


Brain Gynm jump-starts students


By Debbie Israel Messer, Staff


ORANGE PARK The Brain Gym came
to town Friday, Oct.7, as part of the Kids
Council GetonTrack"Conferenct:.
Anne Hornstein, the morning
keynote speaker for the conference,
spoke to teachers and the staff of local
non-profit agenciesabout thebenefitsLof
using Brain Gym to assist their students'
development in the classroom.
Hoi nstein describes the benefits of,

41$4,-


STAFF PHOTO B, DEBBIE ISRAEL MESSIER
Conference participant Sylvia Briley and
Anne Hornstein, of Brain Gym, practice
the hook-up exercise, one of the four
major moves used in the Brain Gym
process to stimulate brain activity.


Brain Gym as using ph _icali move menti
to enhat ice learning ability .
Participants did not lust itf in tlheil
chau s.Hoi rnstein had them going dt ough
BrainG) movemntts at their seats.
Beginners to the s\ stem *tart with ise-
riesof four movement-s. Those movements
are known in Brain Gym lingo as positive,
acti\ clear and energetic oi PA-CE.
An additional 22 movement are a' ial-
able to work on similar areas. The mo\ e-
ients inc lii ided in the systeii can be done
every da or as needed.
Hornstein says she tas a "left brain"
-keptic when she first attended a Brain
G\in workshop but1 found the same
workshop to be transforming.
According to Hornstein, the mo\e-
ments tie amount and flow of ox\gemn to
the brain, balances electrical energy) to
the neocotex (portion of the brain). mo\ -
ing itawa% from the surn ivalc-entei sin the
brain stem. Thisallowschoiceb\ provid-
inmt access to reason rather than reaction.
"It increases polarity across cell
membranes, for more efficient
thought processing and focused atten-
tion, says Hornstein.
After becoming trained in the .\ stem.
she began to use dithe method in her works.
She teaches classes in drama and provides
indi idual sessions and seminars for situ-
dents but also foi other people fromii coi -


poirate teams to golfer s)tc liDl, siclans.
As a convert [I tle \ stem. Hot n-lein
describes situaiions, wheie there ha\e
been significant 'gain in a student's abil-
it% ti read 01 write.
Hori n-tcin has example, of stuldemts
making eitmat kable gain lear ning
ability or iin speciic areas such as reading
after using Braini G m acti' it\.
BrainG\ n stai ted l in \entui a Califor-
nia in the 19701' b) ed ucatori Dr. Paul
Dennison and Gail E. Dennison and has
now established itself to the point of
being the subject of scientific stiud0.
The movements have also become
part of an approach in education now
know n as Educational Kinesiologi vEdu-_
K)or" learning through movementt.
Hailing from Destin Florida. Horn-
stein said she freqtuenitly comes to the
area to provide workshops and one-on-
one sessions for both teachers and par-
entsand their students.
The conference brought close to 120
participants together for a w hole da 1to
gather information pi o\ided by a host of
presenters. The conference was held at
the Orange Park Methodist Church.
The Clay Counti Kids Counc il has
held the annual conference foi a number
of years. President Ca rric Plocher. from
Cla\ Baker Kids Net said she ,was pleased
Sitlh the turnout.


Brain Gym

Movement Basics

P-. Positive
Hook-ups- Holding Mis1out infroint
of \ot. then lacing hands,and tui ning
them back towardstou helpsbalance the
left andrightsystemsof Ithe brain

A- Active
Cross crawl -Touching an elbow
the alternate knee, either in a stand-
img or sitting position, and then
doing the same with the other side
also balances the brain.

C-Clear
Brain buttons By pressing on iwo
points below the neck bone (a simple
acupressure movement) with one
hand and rubbing the abdomen
with the other hand. this can relieve
anxiety savsHornstein.

E- Energetic
Drinking ater- an activity as.sim-
ple as drinking watei helps the neu-
ral pathways by hydrating the body
according to Hornstein.


MES student decides to tell others about diabetes Musical coming to


By Tonya Davie. Correspondent

MIDDLEBURG This stir\ . Amu. 31.2004. when a certain third grad-
er at Middleburg Elementalr\ learned lihe
had t[pe 1 diabetes. Part of what he
learned was that he tould have toendure
four to five insulin shots a da\.
At that time. this bo\ did not waant to
share his medical conditions with his fel-
low classmates.
Fast forward to Oct. 14,20105.
The sht third grader is now a fourth
grader who gets easily bored w ith having
his picture taken to many ties in ithe hot
sun after walking a mile. Tile biggest dif-
ference between the shli third grader and
the fourth grader is that he no longer
keeps his medical condition a secret
Jake Sanders not onl lets people k now
he has diabetes. he isnow getting people toi


help him iaise moneif t figlt theh disease.
Last \ear he paric ipated in a diabete% w alk
in which he helped raise $3.700.
This Near. hlie told his mom. Rhonda. that
lih'd like t[ 0getce\e\ school in the state of
Florida ti hold their own \\ :idk a1 toaise minine\
"Let's stait with Cla\ (-Conntv and w ith
oit scichool."' Rhonda told her siln.
Sandei s. his mornanid0 e\er. student in
NMiddlebui u. Elenientarv walked- a mileO(t.
14, toiaise mione\ in the .Am\nrican [Dia-
betes Associanon- School \Walk foi Diabetes.
Eacht grade took turns walking ai round
the mile course at the school in support
of Jake and to help raise monct .
More than 18.2 million Americans
ha\e diabetes. Of this number, at least
,one third oCf these people have no kniowl-
edge the havediabetes.
Some people have the t\ pc of bod\
that cannot produce insulin.


To get more inifoinimation about dia-
betrs ior ho, to'join a future A k for thie
cue. gii to lttp: walk.diabete,.org .
In two weeks. Orange Pai k Eleinen-
tari\ and \\.E. Ch err\ w ill also partic ipaie
in SaIndelcrs' dream.


COclRESPONDENT PHOTO B\ TONIA D\\TE
Rhonda Sanders (white shirt on left) and
Jake Sanders (white shirt on right) get
help from Jake's fourth-grade class-
mates at Middleburg Elementary during
the School Walk for Diabetes.


Thrasher-Hornme
Special to Clay Today

ORANGE PARK -Y- u'C- i-eniL mIuicals
about felines. iiross-dlessing nuns,
teapots and candlesticks, old French
flags, helicopr,-i fl\ ing pigs, singing
nmurderesses. falling chanidclieis and
Ilous nat ication through an ice field.
NowI'. I Lote ioul. -olu'e Perfect, Now
Change at thei- Thra.:ishei-H ne-Ceniter-i loi thie
Arts at St.Johns R ei e Cm init C ol lege
.i.i es a triumnph1i fl:,thitt long-neglecited sp -
cial-intef est group: hoetiful hieterose-xuals.
The smash off-Bioadlwa musical
Cuomecth will travel soutI, toappeaI at the
THCA Frida. Oct.21. at 7:30 p.m.
TickeLs ai e still a\ ailableand can be pur-
chased b\ calling the TH(A Box Office at
'9 1i4-27t(-6750 o r online at w-\\v.thce nter.org.


FLORIDA INSTITUTE for

REPRODUCTIVE MEDICINE


More than 30 million American women are menopausal. More are appiroching
this personal transition, during whichh various forms ot hor money
therapy become nrecesan' to help treat s\ rnproms such s hoi lashes
weight gain, moodiness, and slecp disturbances.

Bio-Identical Hornimone Replacement
Therapy may hbe an effecie ,nlution for tho-e
women v.ho want another option to w.nthetic hor-
mone therapy. Compuunding pharmacists; can
prepare neatmnenti using plant-derived hormones
that are biologically identical to those naturally occurring in women.
and specially adapted to match vour individual hormone levels.
You'ie unique---h% shouldn't your therapy be?

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

Kell W. Davis R.Ph.
1994-A Kingsley .Ae. Orange Park, FL 320"3
1904) 298-0873 Fax (904) 272-96SO
www.atkinsonpharmacy.com
E-mail: healthcare('adkinsonpharmacy.com
SCompounding Solutions for Your H-ealth
*-,' ..-1 '.,','L,'/ ,,, .,/'. 4 A..-, i' A.,,,* .S--,.Ajuhi .. 0' ." ." 4 1


Octobe-r 20, 2605


CLAYTODAYBIZ


. ... . .







Or~~~~nber~~~~ 20 05CATDYBZScinA2


Students, faculty enjoy reading celebration


Celebrate reading That's what the staff
and students at Thunderbolt Elementary did
the week of Oct 10 during the school's an-
nual Reading Celebration.
This year's theme centered around Thun-
derbolt's book of the month, "Wild About
Books" by Judy Sierra. In the book. animals
learn to love reading when the bookmobile
accidentally goes to the zoo.
Media Specialist Kathy Dryden was one of
the teachers who helped pick the theme.
"It has a good message." said Dryden.
"The animals are beginning readers with a loy
of reading. It helps you remember how it was
to be a beginning reader."
Each class created their artistic impression
of an animal from the story, and their cre-
ations were used to decorate the media cen-
ter. Dryden thought the students did a great
job on the animals.
"The Kindergarteners used their fingers as
the quills for the porcupine: I Just love that,"
she said.
Classes celebrated reading by doing
something different each day. Many classes
held reading parties where students read
their favorite books with reading buddies -


V


CORRESPONDENT PHoros By AMu Dir.r.',:,'
Third grader Meglian Jeney takes a break from reading Oct. 12 with her "reading buddy"
during Thunderbolt Elementary's Reading Celebration.


stuffed animals brought from home some-
times while in their pajamas
, I S Some classes celebrated with guest read-
ers of parents or students from other grades
The Book Fair was open all week in the
media center. Students made wish lists of
their favorite books to purchase for them-
selves or their teacher.
Top readers in the Reading Counts pro-
gram for each grade received $5 gift certifi-
cates for the book fair from the PFA.
A few students shared book reviews on
Thunderbolt's morning news program.
Thunderbolt's new art teacher. Ginny
Powers. made several bookmark designs for
a school-wide bookmark contest
"The kids can color them and winners will
be chosen from each class," said Dryden.


who planned to distribute the colored book-
marks and an animal print bookmark in the
media center.
"It's been an a.vesome week," said second
grade teacher and Co-Char- for the Reading
Committee, Debbie Sanders "The kids were
really, motivated. It .vas a .'vorth.vhile week "
Student Jacob Weatherholtz enjoyed sec-
ond grade's "Wacky Wednesday" where
each second grade class spent 20 minutes
reading in every other second grade class
"It was a really great time," he said.
When asked about Reading Celebration,
second grader Ashley Koszarel: summed up
many of the students' feelings.
"I thought it was .,ery fun." she said. "I
liked all of it."


Left, During the morning ne\ s Oct. 11. Megan Fole% and Satannah Huffman, foulith graders
at Thunderbolt Elementarn, reviewed the book "The Capture" hy Kathryn Lask-.


A New Choice For Families

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

Fleming Island Elemnentary School f9l
10:00 5am Sundays
(904) 541-0092


Focused Bible Teaching Contemporary Worship Small Group
Emphasis Childrert Worship Nondenominational

Russell Franklin, Pastor / w w wwalkingthepath.org


Section A-25


CLAYTODAYBIZ


October 20 2005


B, -a-w, [l.rnmoL.


41


Sa -IJ17








Library offers a variety of

._ youth activities forfall


P., Ami-, D.n.Pi,,,-. Correspondent
FLEMING ISLAND Fall youth activities
are well underway at the Fleming Islandl li-
brary. '
The library, located at 1895 Town-Center-
Blvd., offers a variety of weekly activities and
story times for children of all ages
Preschool story time is scheduled each
Monday at 10:30 a.n- Programs last about 30
minutes and typically include stories and a
craft Children ages 3-5 may attend the story
time portion themselves, although caregivers
may be asked to assist their child with the craft.
The family preschool story time is also
held each Monday beginning at I 1:15 a.m.
Children up to age 5 are invited to attend
this 30-fninute program with-their caregiver.
Children up to 18 months old are wel-
come to attend the "Babytalk" program with
an adult caregiver. Held Wednesdays ac
10:30 a.m.; this program features about 20
minutes. of activities such as singing, story
time and interaCtive rhymes.
Toddlertinme and family coddlerume prog-ams


are held Thursdays at 10:30 a;m.and 11 a.m., re-
spectively Each program lasts about 20 minutes
and features interactive activities to introduce
youngsters to the library.
There are activities for school age chil-
dren too.
For 30-45 minutes every other Tuesday
at 3-30 p.n-.. school age story time activities
may include stories, puppets, games, book
discussions and more for children ages 6-12
Also for ages 6-12, the Primeume Stories
program is held on alternating Tuesdays at 7 p.nm.
For those that can't make it during the
week, some Saturday sessions,are also held.
These "surprise programs" are for all ages
and content varies. The next Saturday pro-
gram is scheduled for Oct. 29 at 10:30 a.m.
Although pre-registration is not required,
it is recommended that you arrive 15 to 20
minutes before the start of the program-to
sigh up at the Children's Reference Desk in
the Children's Library section. Attendance to
some programs is limited.
For more information about these pro-
grams, call 904-278-3720.:


Soul Food Festival coming


By Bob Henderson, Staff .

GREEN COVE SPRINGS Veia Francis.
Hall Park on Martin Luther King jr. Boule-
vard in Green Cove Springs will be the site
of the Third Annual Soul Food Festival Sat-
urday, Oct. 29.
The dlay will begin with a parade
down Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard
at II a.m .


Co&re, Mrc I t Pcio B', Au. D.r.ir.'- '
Crafts are frequently part of store) time activities at Fleming Island's public library.



ANNOUNCING
Vascular Surgery Associates now offering
vascular screening examinations in Orange Park.

.. .
., ,i,,;.-. .. .: ..
'; j a:' :: "-


--- --------Accredited
Vascular Lab

Patients have LOCAL and CONVENIENT access to these screenings
The following examinations are NOW available!
* Carotid screening for stroke looking for the presence of critical
blockages in the carotid arteries.
* AAA screening -.looking for the presence of Abdominal Aortic
Aneurysm.
* PVD screening Peripheral Vascular Disease screening lower
extremity to check circulation.
Patients with signs or symptoms of these processes or with known vascular disease
should not have any of these screening examinations. Consult your phj sician.
The screening examinations should nor replace a diagnostic procedure
EACH SCREENING TEST IS $40 OR
ALL THREE TESTS ARE $110
(screening tests are not billed to insurance)




OF NORTH FLORIA.


Following the parade it.will be a day
crammed with activities; crafts, art clothes
vendors and food, food, food.
A softball tournament will run through-
out the day along with a horseshoe tourna-
ment, sweet potato pie contest, a fashion
show and encer-tainment on the newly
erected stage. There will be. cash prizes and
giveaways throughout the day.
The eventful day will come to a .close at,_
7:30 p.n".


Got a story to tell? Call Greg Walsh at

264-3200 or e-mail gwalsh@jcpgroup.com




Cemetery and Funeral Home
Full service Funeral Home on the ,j
grounds of our serene Memorial Parkl,. /
Cremation Out of Toi n r rrangerrentls
LIVING PRE-ARRANGEMENT gives you i '/
peace of mind at today's prices:
Two Burial Spaces, Side by Side $2600'
'Regularly S3200 / 5_
within Garden of the Good Shepherd A -,...
S11 Blanding Blvd. Joe Brusca, L.F.D. -
272-2435 (24 Hrs.] Licensed Funeral Dir. i


Family Dentistry
: N20 laughing Gas]
Smile Makeovers
All aspects of dental care
.atone location
.i Accepting most insurances
New patients welcome
Vietnamese spoken
Welcome
Dr. Minh Nguyen
to
ARGYLE DENTAL PROFESSIONALS

^^^^^^^^^^3BiltiBv ^irgednalt^^ffcorn--


October 20, 2005


CLAYTODAYBIZ


Section A-26





flt~~~~~nb~~~~~r 9 0!;CATDYBZScinA2


The sooner Huntington steps in,

the faster-grades step up.


CORIPEPONDE"ro Proro s, ArtW Di.wMOCr:
Stephanie Perez, a third grader at Thunderbolt Elementary. enjoyed some reading
time Oct. 12 during the school's annual Reading Celebration held last week.


Students

get

haircuts

at school
Burney Pfaff cuts
multi-grade level student
Matthew's hair Oct. 6 at
Thunderbolt Elementary.
The Wells Road Hair
Cuttery sty list cuts ESE
students' hair every file to
six weeks at Thunderbolt.
Tynes Elementar and
Orange Park Junior High.
"Sometimes it's a
challenge." said Pfaff.
"but the kids love it and
I feel great."


PHOIO SPECIAL TO CLAv TODAY


McCaffrey unleashes

cautionary tale


By~ Luldia Filzun, Corresponxdent-


pects her to cover them from her own nest


egg. Every day she rushes from her job in
Just divorced and feeling free, Katy Coop- Jacksonville out to the beach to help run the
er is eager to cackle adventures she has post- dance studio. Raye hires shady characters
poned throughout her married life. She and runs off the best instructors. He slights
decides to take up pottery. ballroom dancing Katy, cajoles her and uses her. .
and Spanish in that order. Still. Katy sticks with the partnership even
After a whirl on the potter's wheel, she.' as she runs deeper into debt. She loves danc-
breezes into a dance studio for her first les- ing, believes in Raye. and is in so deep she
son and never makes it to Spanish class, doesn't know how to get out. She fails to un-
The dance classes are exhilarating, the in- derstand she is-no more immune from his
structor is charming, and Katy is hooked. She con artistry than the students and instructors
pays for a series of lessons, not realizing that he victimizes.
it is only the first down payment on a wild This cautionary tale, set in Jacksonville, is
ride she will rue for the rest of her life. about the addiction that can possess a dance
The dance instructor, Raye, flatters and student and overrides common sense. In the
coaxes her into more lessons and dance epilogue, the author lists a number of sugges-
competitions. She is hooked. The dancing is tions that will help a dance student enjoy an
so much fun she can't get enough of it. The exciting hobby without falling into such traps;.;
dancing is only part of the enchantment. She The author, Kitty McCaffrey, is a retired
can't get enough of Raye's expertise and schoolteacher who resides in Jacksonville.
charismatic personality either. Dancing With a Stranger is available in trade
Raye has his faults, she can see that clearly paperback through www.iuniverse.com or
enough. Sometimes he is untruthful, and he www.amazon.com.
doesn't always treat people as well as he
should. But when he announces he's opening Lydia Fi.zen is on Orange Park author wring as
his own studio and wants her for a business Lydia Hawke. Her novels, Fetrail and Perfect
partner, Katy ignores the warnings and signs on. Disguise, are available through www.lydia-
Her initial excitement at the new venture hawke.us.Shecan alsobe contactediat 272-0726.
tlupiFr'sdoudbtas lRye'Puris up bills and ex-' -' .-V.' -,* *.".. ... -


When it comes to helping kids with school, no one
does it better than Huntington.
We can diagnose what is keeping your child from
being his or her best and create a program of
instruction tailored to his or her needs. "

READING WRITING

MATH SPELLING [i

PHONICS STUDY SKILLS ,.
.. ." -::---- :- ---- .. ..- :.' ":.- .2 --"-.-. .; .
[CONFIDENCE MOTIVATION i

STATE TESTING PREP i1

SELF-ESTEEM


Huntington
E LEARN ING* CENTER


1524 Country Road 220 Suite 7
Fleming Island Shopping Center
278-8011


9680-20 Argyle Forest Blvd.
OakLeaf Plantation
425-6500


rand Opening!


Come Join Us At
Our Oakleaf Location On
October 22 from 10 am 2pm
JUST A FEW HOURS A WEEK CAN IMPROVE YOUR
CHILD'S SKILLS, CONFIDENCE, AND MOTIVATION!

. ... ... .. .. . .. . . .



I


Section A-27


CLAYTODAYBIZ


October 20 2005












eming forts



FIHS coach- receives recognition


Special to Clay Today
FLEMING ISLAND On Saturday, Oct. 15,
family members and former players were on


hand at the Fleming Island Athletic Associa-
tion's Pop Warner Pee Wee football game
featuring the Fleming Island Silver Eagles and
Orange Park Athletic Association's Raiders.


Phoios SPECIAL 10 CLA' TODAY
Fleming Island Head Coach Terry Lawrence, center, was congratulated with a certificate by
several past players and Craig Wilber, president of the Fleming Island HS Football TD Club,
left, as well as Rick Rees, president of the Ridgeview HS Football TD Club.


'Sea and Sky' set for Nov. 4-6
&/ "4 "6 ,


Special to Clay Today
JACKSONVILLE The City ofJacksonville,
Naval Station Mayport and the cities of
Jacksonville Beach, Neptune Beach and At-
lantic Beach will host the 2005 Jacksonville
Sea and Sky Spectacular, Nov. 4-6, atJack-
sonville Beach Oceanfront.
Highlighted by the world-famous Navy
Blue Angels, this free event will feature
three days of some of the most exciting.
military and civilian air acts in the world.


The event will also include an over-the-
ocean sky show, a Friday-night showing of
the blockbuster movie "Top Gun," an am-
phibious landing, a street festival featuring
static displays of aircraft and military vehi-
cles, simulators and recruitment booths.
There will also be the Kiddy Hawk Kids
Area where children of all ages have an op-
portunity to make their own dog tags,
pilot's wings, hats, T-shirt designs and play.
For a full list of events, visit
www.jaxseaandsky.net.


Those in attendance presented Fleming Is-
land Head Coach and Association Vice-Pres-
ident Terry Lawrence with a community
service award for his commitment to youth
football and longtime impact as a positive roll
model.for young football players.
Throughout the last 10.years, Lawrence
participated in the Pop Warner programs as
a volunteer Head Coach for the Bel Med
Athletic Association, the Middleburg Athlet-
ic Association, and now as head coach, vice
president and co-founder of the Fleming Is-
land Athletic association.
On hand to present the Community Ser-
vice Award to Coach "Terry" were Rick Rees,


President of the Ridgeview High School Touch-
down Club and Craig Wilber, President of the
Middleburg High School Touchdown Club.
Several former players were on hand to
help celebrate the event and all are current
players with local area high schools, including
Nigel Healy of Orange Park, Elliot Wilber of
Middleburg, Malcolm Francis of Clay and Allen
Rees and Brett Troutman, both of Ridgeview.
Other former players of Lawrence that
went on to play with area high school football
teams include Shawn Hendershot of Fleming
Island, Tommy Marsh and Robbie Jackson of
Ridgeview and Georgio Portabonca formerly
of Fleming Island.


Coach Terry.
Lawrence gets the
celebration water
shower after his
Fleming Island Pee
Wee Silver Eagles
defeat the Orange
Park Raiders 18-13
in their final game
of the season
played at Clay
High School on
Oct. 15."


Comprehensive

Eye Care
LASIK Optical Contact Lenses
Eye Diseases & Surgenry


Clarnene Af. Harrn'.1D.


'1'~'


-.. ,


John P. Donotin. M.D.


Medicare, Tricare/Tricare
for Life and Most Insurances
Accepted


~. TV'IU L7~Da~idA. Greo. O.D.
W ., "'4 0 "

PHYSICIANS
John D. Wileox, Jr.. M.D. A"D SU.RGEONS
Retawc C. Javier, 0 D.


A !).~,.. -.-7 IM
J.a a e


L. i.." ... M Ar

Aj In Support of the
p 101 Families employed by
JCP Group in New Orleans!
J| Purchase a Ca Bracelet for:





Commurnty
.o r ,, :j -- r r; .- ri-kj r rr rr-

You can purchase these bracelets
by visiting any of our local offices
Clay Today Ponte Vedra Recorder
1560-1 Kingsley Ave. 100 Executive Way, Ste. 105
Orange Park Ponte Vedra Beach
904-264-3200 904-285-8831
LOrdenno D\ in1one pleaFe ada S'- for shipping nanciing .... .
_* =. ......... .... ..- -- -- ......... , ....... ......... -S -. -


more


more


Individualized Education Services, Inc.
269-7377
www.iestutors.com
S -e: : re,.. e -more :a. -
Present this ad for 35% discount on registration,
Keep your child from the edge with
FCAT, SAT, ACT, FL Writes tutoring.
402 Loring Avenue Orange Park, Florida 32073-2912 0
(904) 269-7377 Toll Free: 1-888-265-7377 Fax: 269-0615
_"_- E.-.' ]B-roail: iesop(Oiestutors.com ..


Section A-28


CLAYTODAYBIZ


-October 20, 2005







October 20, 2005 CLAN TODAY.BIZ Section A-29


Pathway Church emphasizes discipleship


By Kelly J. Stigliano, Correspondent

FLEMING ISLAND-There is a new church
meeting at the Fleming Island Elementary
School in Eagle Harbor. With an emphasis on
teaching and discipleship. Pathway Church isa,
non-denorninauonal church that celebrated its
official opening this month.
Pastor Russell Franklin began answering
the call to church leadership when he was in
high school. His father was the pastor of the
Fleming Island Baptist Church and, at the
age of 9, Franklin asked Jesus to come into
his heart.
As a student at Middleburg High School,
Franklin wanted his friends to accept Christ
into their lives and grow in the faith. He start-
ed a student-led Bible study that met every day.
That is where he met his future wife. Cami,
who attended Hillcrest Baptist Church.
As the Bible, study grew, Franklin found
himself teaching up to 30 people daily. During
that time, Cami held a Tuesday night inter-de-
nominational study at her house.
Franklin graduated from Baptist College of
Florida in Graceville and holds a Masters De-
gree in Christian Education from the Southern
Baptist Theological Seminary in Louis.ille. Ky.
With 14 years of experience, this 37-
year-old has served as youth pastor in
Georgia. Alabama. Indiana. and Florida He
and Cami worked together with Student


Cc.N PIojDini PHCai B. KEL. J. Si,Lit't:.
Russell and Cami Franklin with son Jarod and daughter Anine, welcome visitorss to Path%%a%
Church in Fleming Island.
Venture. Campus Crusade for Christ's high -He teaches the men on Sunday mornings at 8,
school ministry. After eight years of mar- at the school while Cami teaches the ladies of
riage. they are glad to be back home in Clay the church on Thursday evenings at 7 in the
County. home of one of the congregants.
Today the Franklins both continue to teach. Both believe family ministry is paramount:


and strive to teach practical applications of Bib-
lical principles.
"My preaching style is more teaching ori-
ented," Franklin said. "We are a conservative
church with a contemporary worship style
We" are %ery warm. We are a church that
cares to cry and laugh with each other. We're
not only glad you're there, we care about you.
We go below the surface."
With Franklin's energy, passion and teach-
ing experience, congregants are encouraged
each week at their 10 a.m. service at Fleming
Island Elementary School.
"We are not a pastor-driven church," he
said. "We are a Bble-driven church. We en-
cou'age laymen to help. We teach the Bible as
truth it is literal. We are teaching the para-
bles of Christ and what a church is., hat He
wants us to be: what He wants us to learn."
As a full-time job. Franklin teaches language
arts to eighth graders at Wilkinson jr. High
Cami is a stay-a-home mother with a cot-
tage industry of her own who learned calligra-
phy at the age of 12 Since then, she has
perfected this long-lost art. She owns "Callig-
raphy by Cami" and is hired by people across
America through her website, www.calligra-
ph/bycami.com.
Together thei have two children, Jarod. age
6 and Anne, age 9 months.
To learn more about Pathway Church, visit
www..valkingthepath.org.


Army Field Band to give free concert at the Thrasher-Horne Center for the Arts


S o,.;.-.I t. \ T..l.;, a

The internationally acclaimed United States
Army Field Band of Washington, DC. will con-
tinue its long history of presenting free public
performances when it appears at The Thrash-
er-Home Center for the Arts (THCA) at St.
Johns River Community College on Monday,
Nov. 14 at 7:30.
Tickets are free and limited to four per per-
son. Contact the THCA Box Office at 904-276-
6750. Monday-Friday 10 a.m.- 4 p.m. or online
at www.thcenter:org. Seating is limited and all
patrons who plan to attend this free communi-
ty concert must be seated by 7:20 p.m.
To obtain free tickets by mail, include a self-
addressed stamped envelope with the request
to: Thrasher-Home Center for the Arts,
ATTN: Box Office, 283 College Drive, Orange
Park, Florida, 32065. This information and mail
form may also be downloaded from the
THCA's website at www.thcenter.org.







'9, Outside \Watertront Dining
1. DoV.n Home Atmosphere
Boat Docking at the Door
Private Partn Space A.ualable
iL 'I.CE 1963 \



FISH CAMVIP RESTAURANT
E' CampGround
904-269-4198
2032 County Rd. 220
2 Miles west of Hwy 17 South of Orange Park
.,_ : : ,:-


As the premier touring musical representa-
uive for the United States Army. the Field Band
travels thousands of miles each year through-
out the nation and abroad, keeping the will of
the American people behind the members of
the armed forces and supporting diplomatic ef-
forts around the world. Since its 'formation in
1946. the Field Band has appeared in all 50
states and in more than 30 countries on four
continents.
Along with the Soldiers' Chorus, which was
founded in 1957, this 65-member Concert
Band presents a powerful and diverse program
of marches, overtures, popular music, patriot-
ic selections, and instrumental and vocal solos.
A music critic for the Boston Globe called a
Field Band performance "a cause to stand up
and cheer."
Past performance highlights include World


BREATHING I

MEDICATIONS
ALBUTEROL PRIATROPIUM
DUONEB
and manii other breathing
medications delivered directly to your door I
WE ARE LOCAL.
AND WE CARE ABOUT OUR NEIGHBORS!
Most insurance plans
accepted.
SENIORS SAVE 10%
ON PRESCRIPTIONS
FRE LOCAL DELIVERY


MAYHUGH S DRUG


War II 50th anniversary conrnemorations in
the United States-and Europe. Presidential In-,
augural Parades, the.rededication of the Statue
of Liberty, nationally televised broadcasts on
Memorial Day and the Fourth of July, and the
2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City. Joint
concerts with many of the nation's leading or-
chestras, including the Boston Pops. Detroit
Symphony Orchestra, and Cincinnati Pops,
have received rave reviews.


The Field Band's members, selected by
highly competitive audition, represent some of
the finest musical talent in America More than
five decades as the military's most traveled mu-
sicians have earned them the title. "The Musi-
cal Ambassadors of the Army."
For additional information about the Field
Band's performance in Orange Park contact
the THCA Box Office at 904-276-6750 or on-
line www.thcenter.org.


We Care for the Most Important People in the World...
Your Loved Ones!

As a Skilled Nursing Facility We Offer:
* Pri\ ate and Semi-private Rooms Sub-Acute Care Ipiped-Ln oxygen& uciri.n
* Secure Alzheimer's Wing In-Patient/Out-Patient Rehab
* DailN Actikities n-SiteDietician
* Separate Dinning Facilities Modem Equipment
* Open and Sunny Floor Plan Dedicated & Highl\ Trained Staff.


I., Oianar~ar j 31

i1*."
-71 .' -


The Terrace
at Fleming Island
1125 Fleming Plantation Blvd., Orange Park, FL 32003
..-.. 904-541-3500


Having a VyStar checking account is now a truly rewarding experience You earn
interest on the money in ycur checking account and rewards points when you use
.0our checkc k card for signaturee based purchases Points car be redeemed for gifts,
travel and more And of course you get all the other VyStar benefits like free,
unlimited teller services online at a branch or over the phone, free e-banking and
e-statements. Contact us today

(904) 777-6000
www.vystarcu.org


., .ii .: : i .:: .. .'.ivn ti d i i a w r .
Cal"UNI







e- -T f fi Oenh-r -.2 -fl'


Clay County Sheriff's Office Most Wanted
As ofMonday, Oct.17


*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.


James Arnett, 41. child
neglect


Ed\win Brignian, 43, felony
-worthless check


James Bryce, 45. unemploy-
ment fraud


Angelia DLxon, 3-, felony Shaundra Lewis. 40. fraud
worthless check


Eric Revalee. 23. aggravated
batter


FOXMEADOWS /fo'm ia.c A-3

bie landing in one to three minute in-
Sterals, according to BRAC doc umen-
taiion.
The center also reports. "Accord-
ing to tlie National Institute for Oc-
cupational Safeot and Health k1998),
the maximum exposure time at 85
dBA is 8 hours. At 1110dBA. the maxi-
muin exposure time is one minute
and 29 seconds."
According to Jim Kellh. a retired
NaN\ air traffic controller. Runav 36
a[ Cecil Field aligns withthe Fox Mead-
ows subdi% vision.
"Because Fox Meadows is five miles
from Cecil Field it was used as a initial
"point of enter, for aircraft fIling in and
out of Cecil Field." said Kellh. who
worked out of Cecil Field when it was
open.-"We used Runway 36 as our pri-
mar\ runway because of its length
112.000 feet as opposed to 8.000 feet for
the other three runwavysi."


Pilots% would come in altan ele\ action
of 1,000 feet. explained Kellh. % ho also
said pilots might fli e en Iower if prac-
ticing carrier landings, an exercise pro-
jected for Cucil.
The proxinmiti and use of the In-
way concerns Fox Meadow's residents
-who experienced several jet crashes in
theii neighborhood when Cecil was
open.
A dozen speakers made comments
during the meeting on other issues. in-
cluding reduction in property values.
the validit% ofJackson\ ille's data con-
cer ning the number of houses and
schools in die area and die need to con-
tinue Cecil as an industrial park.
Ra\ mond Richard. a NaN v vet, the
onIp speaker in favor of the reopen-
ing proposal., argued it would pay for
itself in tax revenue and income
brought to the area. Richards recei ed
derisive comments froim BWP project
members who said he was "misin-
form ed."


-:. .-: ... , ** ** '. .. -:
. ."
.


, ..
- * / **
:.:.


Earl Rufrin, 29. sexual
batten'


Annie Stevenson, 56, failure
to appear, grand theft
forgery


THE PIG


Bar-B-Q Restaurant
"Clay County's Best Bar-B-Q"


Bar-B-Q Pork, Beef, Chicken, and Ribs
Seafood
We Cater Your Event
All-U-Can Eat Specials 7 days a week
All-U-Can Eat Ribs $10.99
Fresh Veggies 6& Homestyle Favorites
Sunday-Thursday 7am-11pm Friday-Saturday 7am-midnight
1330 Blanding Blvd.
(corner of Knight Boxx and Blanding)
S ##3da^^, -


Shawn Strand. 21, se
offender*: violation of parole
lewd, lasciious


Maryanne Wingfield, 33,
forgery


WIN 4 TICKETS FROM CLAY TODAY


Lorrie Morgan Tracy Lawrence

Wynn Peery Johnny Bulford


I
I Name:


1 Address:
I


iPhone:
Mail or deliver to:
Clay Today 1560 Kingsley Avenue
Orange Park, FL 32043. Att. Ham Jam
Must enter by Wednesday, November 2nd; Winner will be -
I notified by phone. Enter as often as you like. Must be 18 to win.
:J,.J-:, :p *, ~f -iW .- -.- -.*- m -.- .- ~'


0
U
0
S
S
S


I
I
I
I
I
i
|


I
- I


October20,2005-


Cl,'AVrbDA*.BIZ


So l ,-n A30


I


ff







coYOA.T Sect ion -A3


BRIEFS from page A-2 in a crash on NormandvBoulevard.
S DavicLAlan Haas.of he 1600 block of,
patrol car light.bpar froin an FHP office,. .Sandy Hallow Loop. was-travelhing west-
on Count\ Roada 220 and dri\ ing to the bound on Normand\ Boitle&af d and was.
Highway Patrol's Palatka office w here he thr own froinm lis motorcycle when it was
put the light bar in his personal vehicle,. struckbyanothercaratAdamsLakeBoule-
the arrest report states. vard, the Florida Highway Patrol said.
.Police thenf6ollowed him to his home A car driven by Noris Williams, 42, of
where in' esti .g a to is found more state- Jacksonville, struck the back tire of Haas'
owned equipment, including light bars, motorcycle, throwing him off, t he H i-g i-
electrical switches and wiring, the re- way Patrolsaid. \illiains wias not injui e'l.
port states.
According to the report, Clark told in- Stolen car found burned
vestigators he had taken items sinceJune
2004and soldit onEbay. The value of the MIDDLEBURG A 2001 Acura stolen.
stolen items was set between $300 and from a Middlebuirg teenager talking to
$20,000, the report states. friends,- at the Oranige Pai L Mall was'


Crash kills Clay man

JACKSONVILLE A 40-year-old Mid-
dleburg man was killed Saturday, Oct. 15,


OP COUNCIL from page A-7

Floor and roof sections will have to
be constructed using steel reinforced
concrete coated With fire resistant in-
sulation. '
The heightrevision as ini datid t
assist new hotels proposed in dhe inter-
state. including the new Holidai Inn
and Suites to be consutticted on Wells
Road. -
S The council acted on a recom-
inendation from the town's Audit Se-
lection Committee to invite Dufresne
& Associates tothe No\. 1 council meet--
ing to negotiate a fee for audit services.
The conunittee, which ranked the,
rwo audit proposals recei\ ed, said if ne-
goatiaons fail the second i nked firm.
Conner Hubbard & Co. should be in-
\ ited to negotiate a fee.
'Council members authorized re-
suming the engineering for the ie-
alignment of DeBarrv Avenue
triggering a request by Couincil iem-
ber Pete Morgan to delay conn acts for
other engineer ing projects until a sec-
ond town'engineeris retained .
The cotmUncil.on a 3-2 \ote rejected
die request. Bowles said he expects to
put out a request for proposal for the
engineer in thenext week.

CHARTER ti'om page A-13

would rescind the term limit provision
when it became unconifortable for them.
"The otherss have spoken," he said. "The
people in the count have to feel the pain
from % hat they have done. Don't do it to
them, let diem do it to themselves."
A number _of people said they do not
like term limits but think the time is not ripe
for reconsideration.
Returning to the discussion. Bradle\
said he isconcernedabout die"credibilit" -
of the CRC.
"If it is placed on the ballot." he said."it
will fail. I don't want to get bogged down in
something that'sgoing nowhere."
The motion failed and the issue, for the
moment remains on thdie table.
Commissioners also decided to call on
several public officials. The\ settled on the
board chairsand count attorney\ so Leon
and Columbia Counties and Rep.Joe Pick-
: ensof PutnamnCotnt\.
It will be several nmondis before the CRC
comes to a final decision on anything. In
the meantime, issues nma come and go.
However, sometime in March decisions
S must be presented in writing to the BCC.
which must approve diem for inclusion on
the ballot in November 2006. Between now
and then, the CRC will continue its debate
around the count and,in addition,con-
duct diree public hearings.


Attention
Fleming Island

Clay Today is seeking
correspondents in your area. Contact
Greg Walsh, Managing Editor,
at 264-3200 for more information.
._ ,, 1'-'i -' _. . . r % -.- -- .1_'-" ,


* . .


fou nd burned \,\eednesda\. Oct. 12, near
Camp Blanding.
The Clay County Sheriff's Office re-
sponded to Da'de Road at State Road 21
after witnesses reported .eeing a burning


Animal Rescue

event planned

,-,-idJ to Clah ITolad

ORANGE PARK The third annual An-
imal Rescue movement golf tournament
is Saturday, Oct. 22, at the Country Club
of Orange Park.
The cost is $75 per player, with pro-
ceeds going to help the rescue move-
ment.
There is a shotgun start at 1:30 p.m.
The fee includes: a lunch, golf; free
keg beer; entry into a $10,000 hole in
one; on-course prizes (including $500
dining certificate at Seranata Beach); and
free range balls.
The tournament format is a scramble.
For information, call (9041 298-1266. To
register got to the Country Club or go
to its website at www.ccofop.coni


car, according toan incident report.Fire-
fighters put oiut the blaze but the car was
completely destroyed.
Fire inestigato s late determined
the cat was intentionally set on fire. not-
ing there was a liquid trail from under-
neath the vehicle to about 20 feet away
near the highway the report states.
Joshua A. M\erN olf the 22100 blo,:k iof


)


Eagles Hammiock Boulevard. reported
the car'stolen on Mondav'Oct. 10. Ac-
cordipg tia Sheriff's Office report. M\er
told officers he was talking t two fi ends
when a man approached them at the
mall. dten threatened to shot M\er ifhe
didn't turnover the car ke\ and other be-
lohigs. The vehiclee was valued at $17.00ii
accodll ing to the report.


I Recommend Kingsley

Jewelry For all Your


Jewelry Repair"

-Jlust ask our customers!
Turn your old jewelry
into something new and 'We are proven as Clay\ Countli's
unique. Largest custom
design and repair center. largest fUll-service jewelIy
Hun rci o0 SEmi-Mounis -n Slocp and repair center

,, ,.,,.. .. .,,,,,,W e take pride in all expert
., ,,,,-,, ,1 work being done on premises.


SPECIAL CUSTOM


WORK AND WHILE YOU WAIT,


KINGSLEY JEWELRY
668 Kingsley Avenue, Orange Park

278-2480 I
kingsleyjew\elry.com

F ,f '.n Fa, l) dlllP 0,a t V i t., i- l i .: )& r/.i -,lC Ir. a., Coulir,
Tuesday-Friday 10-6pm / Sat. 10-3pm \
Closed Sunday and Monday till Fall


NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS

THE CERTIFIED TAX ROLL WAS RECEIVED FROM THE PROPERTY APPRAISER'S OFFICE ON OCTOBER 12, 2005. PER
FL STATUTES 197.322 THE TAX COLLECTOR HAS 20 WORKING DAYS AFTER RECEIVING THE CERTIFIED TAX ROLL TO
MAIL THE TAX NOTICES. THE TAX BILLS WILL BE MAILED TO ALL PROPERTY OWNERS OR THEIR AGENTS AT THE
ADDRESS ON THE TAX ROLL PRIOR TO NOVEMBER 1, 2005.

UNDER FL. STATUTES CHAPTER 197.322 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AS OF NOVEMBER 1, 2005, THE TAX ROLLS
ARE OPEN FOR PAYMENT OF 2005 REAL AND PERSONAL PROPERTY TAXES IN CLAY COUNTY.
TAXES MAY BE PAID AT ANY OF THE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS
MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY FROM 8.30A.M 5:00P.M. -


Green Cove Springs Main Office
477 Houston Street
Green Cove Springs, FL ; .


Bear Run Branch Ohlice
3245 Bear Run Blvd.
Orange Park, FL '.


Park Avenue Branch
1518 Park Avenue
Orange Park, FL


MONDAY FRIDAY 8:30AM 4:30PM
Keystone Heights Branch Office
275 S. Lawrence Blvd
Keystone Heights, FL

PLEASE CALL US FOR ANY INFORMATION YOU NEED OR DO NOT UNDERSTAND ABOUT YOUR TAX BILL
904-284-6320 / 904-269-6320


Clay County Tax Roll Millage


General Fund
SFiner& Forfeiture
Schools
SSt. Johns Water Mg
Total County Millage

City Millages
Green Cove Springs
Keystone Heights
Orange Park


3.0071
5.8465
7,9750
.4620
17.2906


2.6110-
2,0000
5.0000


Municipal Service Taxing Unit
Lake Asbury MSTU 1.0000


November
.- February -


Non Ad Valorem Assessments


Carter Spencer MSBU
Jacksonville South MSBU
Oak Forest Rds MSBU
Hidden Waters MSBU
Lake Asbury MSBU
Blue Jay Drive MSBU
Blue Jay Drive Pavin
Solid Waste
The Crossings Fleming Island
Fleming Island Plantation
Double Branch CDD -..
Middle Village CDD
South Village CDD


Schedule of Discounts
'4% ~ December
: 1% March No Discount


$ 60.00
$100.00
$155.00
$ 65.00
$100.00
$ 15.00
$435.00
$ 84.00
Assigned
Assigned
Assigned
Assigned
Assigned


3%. January 2%
April 1 taxes are delinquent
and 30o penalty will apply


Jimmy Weeks,
Clay County Tax Collector
legal no. 7611 published October 20, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today. newspaper.
.. .'*,*- "*'*'.**'. f 'r **' -"*.** *fctt'B* r .. I,


. *.. .. .


.a k.!.4 ....-~. .. ~,. .... a .. a. a..' .rbi&.b,*


b = K m


.-Sectiol!l A731


CLAYTODAY.BTZ


Otber 202005


I


*.7 ,' %*


4!1
IM,


---- -- I





CLAYTODAY.BIZ


AI


DreamDoors $100 OFF
Did You Miss The Home& Patio Show RegularPriceof
Specials That Dream Doors offered? Any Full Glass
,Come to any of our convenient showrooms from now I
until:November 18, 2005 and receive the very same deal 50
r eam Doors offered at the Fall Home & Patio Show! $
SAvoi the crowds, the parking and the Regular Priceof
last minute rush! Come to our Any Side Light Glass
showrooms and see the largest selection '
of decorative door glass anywhere. 100 f C
-Purchase prior to.November 22nd, 2005 &
receive the bes prices ever offered in Regular Price of
.. history of Dream Doors-. Any Handle Lock Set
J.;. -. I- w.la any other specials, sales, red tags, promotions
..;.. or discounts currently or previously offered. Not
_4:.^ Mq o-;ij s o- for P v cy Al *.as. scit retroactive to past purchases. One per customer.


on-S -m R
GOMM Pro O'AN0E PR JAS


r


October 20, 2005


Section A32 -






The district playoffs CLASSIFIE PAGE
have begun and
Rideview coach Mary
Hol=ey shows the ten-
sion of the playoffs as NEWSPAPER LSTINGS 13
her team was taken to
five games in the
page ni7 for all the C LAY COUNTY'S #1 /EMPLOYMENT /PRIVATE PARTY
opening round results. MA R K E T P A C E /SERVICE GUIDE /GARAGESALES


rts


OCTOBER 20-OCTOBER 26, 2005 EDITION


Section B of three sections VOL. 35 NO. 42


S illll


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


YMCA


Questionable call costs Keystone in 6-3 district loss


ByTerrenzi Cohens


STARKE- Tile fate ot tile Kestone Indi-
ans laed in the handsof die i efereesdui -
ing the battle for seat #2 behind Bolles in
a District 3-2A showdo\ n with the Brad-
ford Count Tornadoes on F ida\.(-)cto-
br 14 inll Starke.
T he game o\ei all can be describe as a
defensive show down from sacks, t.o fIm-


ball toan official thinking the plav was
\eni and a Bradford player stepped in
fionit 'f the flipand Ian thie ball into the
end zone for a ques tii1onable toICtihdown
with noue left on the clock.
After the officials comnersed for a fe%
minuilttes the\ ruledCl ato'chdin i1, that nou
w whistle ha.d blow i n and the hall was ne\eri
dcow ned to, end the pla\.
'Tin \el \ dejected b\ the officials de-


rmnninwg back Wil Breton carried the' load
gaining 151 \airdson 24 uishes but Ke\-
stonle was .iiunable to punch the ball into
end z 'lie \i hen the\ needed to.
"I'm proud of tile s gLIN's.thie\ ga\ettheir
heal t out on both sides of the fmld. \\We
had a few ch11.lces tu score, b(l ut we could
noi co\eilt ien we needed to", said
Dickinson.
The Indians had taken hlie 3-11 lcad


|*CHRYSLER JEEP*


JEEI


U


COilRE,'PONDENT PHOTO B) TONNA D NIE


Keystone's Nick Salsbery get his hand up to block the Bradford last second field goal try.


bles. to bad snaps. and no gains.
But it all came down to a fourth quar-
ter 32- ard field goal attempt b\ the To r-
nadoes with time running out and
Keystone leading 3-0.
They faced a fourth doi wn and five
from the Ke\ stone twilt -fixe \ ard line
but an offsides penalty against Ke\ stone
gale them a first down at the tWenty.
Then Bradford running backJames-
Jamieson managed to picked up three
yardss before going outt of bounds to str'p
the clock wath two seconds remaining.
and this is where die conu'o\ers\ began,.
The Bradford field goal attempt to
send the game into overtime wa's
blocked b\ senior defensive back Nick
Salsberv w ho then recovered the ball
widh the visiting Keystone fans cheering
wildly and the home crowd of Bradfordc
fans dismayed.
However, the Ke\ stone cheers quickly
turned to amazement and the Bradford
fans dismay turned to \icto, r\ cheers
when Salsberv apparently flipped theg


cision." said Ke\ stcione head coachChuck
Dickinson. "Nick iSalsbei v) blocked the
kick and recovered the ball, be said he
took a knee before flipping the b:ll to
theofficial w, which l\would haveended the
game. Howe\ er the officials saw tilings
differently ".he added.,
"Furthermore the ball wenit past the
line of scrimmage and at tiht point the
offense can't advance the ball. Plus the
ball may have gone out of bounds; it's
just bad Siti.tioIn and a questionIblei
callby the referees. Tile kids played so
hard and for it to come down to.this is a
shame", lie added.
The loss for Ke stone spoiled a big ef-
fort b\ the defensive unit that st\ mied tilhe
Bradfiord offense througloIIIt tile game.
Linebacker Jack Ta\ loi had 8 solo
tackles,deferisi\e hack Blake Lott record-
ed 3 tackles and one interception and
SalsberN had 5 tackles along with the
block field goal that turned a \ictor j into
a defeat.
Qffensively for the Indians senior


mlid%\\ inco thte ,.coMqI iii'arter on .144-
yard field goal b:) kicker Miichiael
McLeod and the defense made the three.
points stand unti lthar fateful pl) to
-end the game.
With the loss Keystone fell to 4-3 and
more impol)r tanti v1-2 in the district while
Biadtord impi ''oedl to2-lin disu ict pla.
T he Indians now need help to make
the playoffs because of the controversial
l-ss. "We need help from West Nassau,
the\ need to kno,- k off Bradford and we
need to get two moi e district wins to get
into a playoff shootout scenario"; added
Dickinson.
Interesting enough if West Nassau
does beat Brad ford and Keystone takes
care of busi ness the shootout is the same
thing that happened last year with the
same three teams.
Keystone's opportunity to take care
of business starts tomorrow night
when they host Interlachen "Althou' gh
,-KEYSTONE coLltiied i' pigeB-R5


CARS-ALL
MAKES
ALL MODELS

USED

TRUCKS


WHITE GLOVE


SEE OUR Ad"
in






Section B-2


,CLAYTODAY.BI!Z


- Octnh dr %l Alfl.


SPORTS BRIEFS


Basketball tourney at Ridgeview
Ridge\ iew High School is holding a 5-
on-5 Men's Basketball ToutlInament be-
ginning Frida\. October-21 to Sundav.
October i23. T lhe cost per teami is $2'5. foi
ini1re iifoi manionll [o t1 iegistre contact,
Rob Felluei at 213-_5274 or e-mail trfelt-
nei'i.'nat l.cla .kl .fl.l. s i -.


LFF sponsors UWalk-A.Thon
Lite'.ri esFainiiilFiine.s.'.(enterariie
'.pmmx.i uR a HtiIun ane Relii I \ 11"lk-AX
T hoii on Sartirdam, Cc b 29 Iii 'ni 11)
ami~ilo Noonifl

[Id! tic flan'.will ie~ie a fier a Ufc- ic'tle
Famiinl Fitne'. T-shuiirand il ll jpio~ist~'


OP team seeks baseball players cane Relief Effoi t.-
Orange Park ] 2-eai-)]ld Bo\ sBasbchall For the nearestLifestyleFi tni.ess C(- i-
i Tia\el Team, iscui ren tl\ seeking p:lais ter call 1-S1,O-LIFESTEP 0i isit
Sfor i. Liouts. Pi actice_ will start in De- vi wvw.lff.com
member and s.eaison will lasr thUi.gi:h Mav Ti: find oUl. imo:re i:oult thle Alimet ica
and possible\ Ju ne. Red Cro,.ssHu'riicane Relhe Effti [t Iu.'logon
Players cannot tIurn 13 beftirc ) a 1, to ttl. kantina.red I:oss...g .
200I6: Pre% ious travel ball experience is
preferred. For iom e inifoiri ati n call GCS estng Clubtobhosttoiney
19041 759-6lt)16. GiCecn C (oveprings, \Viestli.ng Cl(ub is:
hosting their 7th Annual.Fall Open on'


NIAYIIIGHWS DRUGS
Worship at the Church
of Nour choice every week
O~pen M''n&) SirudiN
2114 Stwuh 0Orange Aeurm
Green CoE Sprin-..


Saturday No'eniber 5 at Cla H~ighi
SChlool.
Thee~etn%%ill bI ecn-lio..ed h tIhe Lni-
%er'.ir; of Fli ridla khre'.in'.. TemainianclVill
Ila% e the e% 'et -Vp' jIpula (i IFresli Nleari di-
% isii 'Itoti [re.laniin and jiinioiat siti

for the (bI Toi- li C:-( .ac h A%%admid p.ini
IdiCIe%% ill lbe i''iii' c i 'clt.r

iii~ '.r '.tci \\ I% h Iii vi lln L;.11c uln -


-iarr atIi 1:11 a.i. Ci(:)s[ is$12 pci %% re41t-t
and no cai c euri. nalioi$
fronieach entt a l N c ite'iiir&
"Ad,.cll Si lolarliip Wildi. Age gn..up'.
wi'ill coni iii htd hzinta i %irest lr icr' ichi

st: IIOCA fnCil. 'hI Ina11(idl 'JIt(Ii ..raI-,rand ot Ilie!
JV levejl1st year wrestlers), high school (107


l?2th graders and'a open di vision postt
high, school For nore iiifornmaion.con-
ta.t. An\ Erickson at 104 1 382-:i543 or
cila\lb25mnomnv'jahoo.com .

Jaguar to host charity event
KI le Bi ai of thejaclsomi illejagi i. s
, ill host lh --(,i idtion:l,, Masq-i. t:u e Event
to 1:.nfiltrhe B,-,'. .uid Girls (Cliubs of
N.,:t ilhe'st Floi iMia orn Mou idav October 31
at ihe Li ,uer \\st Cluib at l AIltc SitadiuinI
from .S p.i. EI n idl ni.lt "
The ecent is open to theo t .iblic fli-r at
$0 lperperison :and spi >nsorIshli ip packages
are a'a ailabl:I b\I c'ntactin[ii. Neal Ben-
desk at 3i)5 i-TS-h3250 T'r Tacee Norris
a 19041 .197-44:35 0o tb logging on to
a i\t idicima_ i qoerade.coiu .


BRIEFS continued on page B-5


BODY BY GOD


4


Food by God U*'
Exercise by God
Peace by God
FREE Lcture .nric.- te,, b,i Dr Ott.
Se'.r 40 Bibt.ical Re re n.-'e

I j.r! R. l4, iS.-n f pJ] Chird, Oiu ',u, L i [d .hp t
2. Tell your ppa.'tur ,.:,.u A .rrt iTLh:; ta1.l: at ,':,ur church
Please call 272-OTTO (6886) tod.,"
'Speaking schedul-k i_ limited


'iiGI 11
kIRKlOODDPRE'BYlTERI UN CHURCH





MIDDEFRULRG
ABLINDNli LIFE
C H RISTI Ft IL Ii 'H ip
I IT 4 .f
d 141, .. I. u
Ul11
aI~da ., hqp I I

APiOsii)Li( LrGHTHOUN,11
OF IDDL EBU'RG




BL A:K CREEK~ CHURCH OiF CiRJ'f

%RNgsFIELD B.;PTISI CHURCH

C.BkI Bx.i 1'
* .1 ku '2 j~


CINNAjLKIN SMTEET B'.PTIST CHURCHI
Ili LUe Rij L.i~r.umpl4

CHURCH OF THE BRE THREN-



t '' l S&.P m 11

Clan. 21~li


MIDDtLEBUIRG UNITED NtETHuiDisT


MORN iNGs T1 R F MILI CHURCH
I .~ '.'... '.'..

NEBt INlDEPENDIENT CHIACH Uri1,111D

0',]'.CIRCAS E BSTI'TI. CHURCH





SOtUTH ,',I)PiiLIBiIRi, VB'TI C HLiRCH


S! LIA'KTt sHOLiC.. falURCH

iT PEELR'. LilTI[R rN





DOQTORN INLET
00~C T ORS INLET'CHURiCH Of GOD


1`E11.S1%HiP BiLE CHURCH

11%1R,; IR.F LIFE NMiNlRJE'


UKSkI'DE COiMU-NiT'iCHU'RCH
),.4, 1COl
LkHI:- L,,U, A fC0, 1 kc .,I~uf 1: 1


FIR'.I H ~iT 0NCHU'RCH
1489 R ussell Rd.

FI%!' N EH P-NI'. il
I ''.; p'V. y '



Flk'.! PREBO TURI %N i.Ht'FiCH


P,,- i.,,'


t IE .Hi...'..C. RC
:11 JI ji '.. I,. ,




Gki %(--E MiNS'.iR'N IBiPI'TiT
4 411S... 'hIi'''' fl.1 Io-a
RiE ro r ., S I:
\l'.r r


( REBE(.0% ESE'PRINGS C HLRCHlV[ GOtD
_Q 1 '. i '' I `4 0
HARBOR B %P FBITHURCH
111 ,-1iT.,,d h,.ii. '


HICKOTR% GROE Bi~Ffiq
1.1..,,,.IT IHal

LAKE '.Bt'R'uBPTI',CHL'RCH


',: i 'l-l, i Il l l ,


SHARON SOUTHERN BAPTIST CHURCH



', I.i I B .
,RINI B\PTIf CHlUR(H


BE [ILHBPT
I.. ll ". I .
'. '. 1 i 1, h. II

HILOH B.PTIbT .HiRCH




PENNEl CM 14,11 MilM CHL RCH
l .'. l I I .

SlINRI5E B\PIsISTCHURCH
...,5 ~ ~

PENCRED HEART C MTHULIC CHURCH
I .h,, i.:, I *ulI Ir .


kESIONE HEIGHI',
CHRIST El tNGELICL
LLIIR HE RN CHURCH
1.. rl .,], I rE ,l. P jr,
V ,- l 1 .II 11 I"
tl .l B0ii....I~j r. "II
FIRS BlPPFIT CHURCH
01F kEsTONE HEIGHTS
H" IIElL
FRIENDS HIP BIBLE CHURCH
I L lIo d {.) u r i j 1.:, ,
lI'. l'"i ,- 'I, .:f l ],,"


"I -II.. -, I
BIBLE EN BPFICHURCH

Bi. "i ll f i s-,,,. H,- I i' I,'i
,' ', ; ..@, i '
BIBLEBELIEVERS



Bl.CKINM \ BRIDGE
UNITARI.iN UINi ER'. LsLm SO)CIT1


: s.. r l



I iL. %R IMTED METHODISi CHURCH
I iii *im,.;. d 61 .J
I I ';: I .I I i
,CE[RL BxPTIMSCHURCH

CHRISTIAN FUTH CENTER
-, '': 16 Blif,,irq, HI l ** '
3" ,. ll 1. ch


CHRISTIN% LIFE CENTER
M ci L lufid j, Al I Il 1 iWl.I,r f I l ,1" "

CHURCH rI THE ISLAND
F El r,,,IrT rlI, Li.,: ll,.r Ei E' "
T. ahl '.i 1 Rj.ell Franr ii I

FI.THeChOAIAINIIT CHURCH OF GOD
".B4 r ., 'I

FIRST BPTIST CHURCH


.iiI: r.ru ls ip.r :. i ,i FAITH S%,ESLE\ 1 N CHURCH I i .i -,l,1 '...H.' I'. L 'r r." OF OR.ANGE lP Rk "
d'. u l3 E ',inllr Pr, t i..l i. p.T n S. Pl_,iur.,,-i E n ...i II .,l ,,i.a d .,uIl i ll, E B1 c irII in i ,er,,T, Pa,. ..
4A.[.. Le..y ie Ud..v Ipr, l',, 2'NG. ERSORHIPCEEER TONTHEIGHTSCHRIsmANCHURCH l. I 1..
s2 1i.4-t, --"1 5r-p L ENG SSITERS\ OR'HIPCErNTER H., 24 .4.;"
IllS FIirRS BAPlIST C RCHI .P.. fFIriJ ,, RSTCrI. ... T- ''I HRT RISTIAN
FIRST BAP1 T CHRCH 'ur,, ,.. KINDOM.OFGODINCHRIST KEYSTONE HEIGHTS CHURCH OF ORANGE PARK
BlAlras 6 E. > bl .i ld -. r. c.,FIRST ,SS[EMBLI OF COD Dr. Bob Bole, Pastor .
2 R ENi (0\E SPRIG i N,,u.i,,, 1I i H, fidt.: ir,,. 2876 Moody Rd
FIRS CHURHOKEI STONEI[UNITED NiD lTHODIS' CHURCH 272-1250
FIR CHURCH OF GOD CELEBRuION FELLO"SSHIPCHLURCH T. L E B.,,PTISI CHLIRCH .11 n TE., l ODTCH.FLEMING ISLAND
i" ,.Ie M an ,illn "' si R, IrP. ,, Br, i- Hwy.21.S PRESB\ITERI\N CHURCH
"','lia i, a di5 Rd CHRISTIAN FEI LOWSHIPCHURCH .: i F l 1 I i1 rl T,...;fional L., II.r, ld,, If P I,,
GRACE B-PTIST CHURCH : :IrIS.:. .lil.i. T PLE S INT B PTISTF l :.. -. ..-
:. EadL *gii'rr 2"->'4.r. R.,i, I w1--ll ORANGEPARK. GOODSAMARITANEPISCOPALCHURCH
"i d u,,r CHURCH OF CHRIST .. ; I,t ABOUND .N'T 1IO CHRIST11AN FLLOt'.HIP I I ,, BIr).. ", E1i .J
u"-S-,-,., 41 H' 1.1: lI LU THl ;ERAN1C1HURCH
'i .T :lr M.elicJ Rs11 IT. .' i,.'. 7" 1 Il'. M ZION \.MIE CHURCH P r -,,i f T :. GOOD SHEPHERD EVANGELICAL
KINGSLE1 Lk BAPTIsT CHURCH .. .. l LUTHERAN CHURCH
Dan HGLhe BPIT CHRH CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST D%\ ENT LlUTHERNN -HURCH Jonathan Kuske, Pastor
:n20 M h 0--r i P.piie I al ONE \ETER ,a N CRU,SADE FOR CHRIST ]'.r'I LI...h P I aid 6551 Argyle Forest
L. rl.FL l32.i')1 CONGREG ,TI ON HOLiNESSCHLURCH 'R O' iJ Pastors: Robert Hale 10:30 a.m. Worship Service
.' k SL,.s 1 Sch l9.i5 "- .R5, R,.,,r Sun;,, r'""I a I d -, i 272-6370 9 anm. SundaySchool -
SOSunda)WIr[bp i .. mi Ip H.. .i. ; %.* i -4. POSTOLIC LIGHTHOUSE 7781491
l i PeiS.,prr CROSROAD UTHER EETT D OF MIDDLE BURG GRACE EPISCOPAL CHURCH.
LINTNG WATERS OF 4IDDLEBURG THUNDERBOLT ELEIENITRI |i. ;l. ', ,. 1..1. iI u, rn:.... Rev45KingSamuelC. Pascoe
D' : Mills. Paj .i 2 21i Thur,iJ.l,h..,i [Ir 284-3937 .11 l r. 245 Kingsley Ave.
i* 1 t l lC a .r, R ... IS ,i,;e l FrI:|,rr, I. l n ,J P|.,il l,.,',, .h ,J I', FI ."11,'6 264-998 1
oL-liiH Rev. James Graeser : RUSSELL BAPTIST ,li'.i"'. Bt S"'1i Pr, HIBERNIA BAPTIST CHURCH
L ADEIRA B.APTIST .. 264-6575"." "l _. ,?'Fl,,i ;, 11 4, a..i 3 ,i'11141, 'ir.,, Meets at Paterson Elementary School -
rr ltr, R.:.,n.oPl. ... DECO' BAPTIST CHURCH -. t. ''.Si ARGYLE BAPTIST ScottYirka, Pastor
_36 r.'l r B lrl,' litN urL r Br.i, B I ''" 8:15 im. it'll- im i 11.ill pm sunday Sir.t Dr. Ken Dyal. 215-2488 or 704-5965
Iri .671 ecoy Rd. 8165Argyle ForestBlvd. HERITAGE BAPTIST

M.xA\1ILLE sSEMBLI OF GOD 284-5223 ST. JO0EPH BAPTIST CHURCH ASBURY UNITED METHODIST 4325 Hwy. 17S.
R,- Ll.i B DEFENDER'S MINISTRY Rev. Embry Bradley CHURCH OF ORANGE PARK 269-2405
R, L ;,.IH.,i[ ]' ." Rev. Dave Talbot P.O. Box 1042 t, l;,i SL i;,,.l;k INTERNATIONAL
"," b",. i,,,, ,' BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH
MIDDLEBULRG CHURCH OF GOD : FAITH BAPTIST TEMPLE ST. MARGARET'S EPISCOPAL 272-0110 P BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH
H., .....l Pd Rev. HenrBowen Father Ken Herzog -1- Pastor Romeo Cerico
'." 4,: ,l I Old Church Rd.,Hibernia BAHA'I 2001 Belhaven Drive (off Cllege Drive)
'"IDDL "BURG PP E FIRST- .RICL.,BPTIST CHURCH 284-3830. 800-22-UNITE Orange Park
S IDDL C BlRGPIR SB.T E RI ,lT,, BE RE T 284-3030. INISTRIES Sunday Worship 9:45 am / Prayer Fellowship
R :.. .4 l .1 h I ... 10:30 am/Worship 11:00 am
J "1 1 -r lr T H : T.. S 'A RY S S C q PA L x ll" u llISLA N D V IEW BA PTIST C H UR
'.'_. el. .i| -'-, / .. .. .. '> -- IRsrBu. T.. sT CH'.. CH. .. L... ..-"- 4 -- ----"-'-- -.. -. .. 4:-. "- .. T,. ..-.. ',.l-'-- i... SLAND ,VIEW BAPTIST CHURCH


JIIllI ., I
L SkL EMDE IChLRCH Of CIIRir
L I'. I,,

LIVING WORD COMMUNITY CHURCH
I ,'*1) .. I,4 '. I


MOOSE I\ EN CH.L'PEL

NE\ HORIZONs ORANGE PRK R
I' I .-I..l|l.i F I- l' i" .j..,-
I I J I

Osk LE.\F B\PIiST1,HC'RCH


ORkN(,E P\Rk CHLRCHOF CHRisT
I f ju... I: ~ll' li., P Le ij lt .


METHODIST CHURCH
L l" l'' l 'l P I., D
L h 'a I i 1111
.r l ..'. '.
1- :'41
ORANGE P\RK ASSEMBLY OF COD

l r. L,- r r.
4 .. i -
ORANGE PARK CHURCH
OF THE NAZ\RENE
. ';I." ,. ,,,.... f> "

ORANGE COLE SE\ENTH-DA
I ADIENTISTCHURCH
Di, S iiaa.r, P hi .
44.1 I I.IS I,"', I Ssulh+
:'r.".. 2',1?
ORANGEPARK PRESBYTERIAN
SRev. Tim Roberts. '
,,rljia h,.','l .'4tIl m 1nd 11 IiI 'IJI,
l.u.,r.h.pa -. i, a-, nd & II: ,

"www.oppresby.com
RIDGEWOOD BAPTIST
Dr. Hal Fletcher
939 Blanding Blvd.
272-3791
SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH
David Swinyer Pastor
4501 U.S. 17 S.
269-2607
ST. CATHERINE'S CATHOLIC CHURCH
1649Kingsley Ave.
64-057 .
ST. 'ILES PRESBYTERIAN
Troy Lewis, Pastor
I6IFoexridge Dr.
272-1244 "
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. -272-1D17
VINEYARD CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP
OF ORANGE PARK
109 Industrial Loop. N
Orange Park, Fl. 32073
276-7642 '_

CLAY HILL BAPTIST
6054 CR-218,Maxville 289-9292


LAKEASBURY
BAPTIST CHURCH
Pastor Skipper Smith
Lake Asbury Comm. Center
JACKSONVILLE
SPIRITUAL LIGHT HOUSE CHURCH
Established Since 1942
1049 Crestwood St., 2Jax, FL -764-7639
Sunday Service 5pm
Spirittial Mediums Day
2nd Sat. each Month l-4pm


RELIGIOUS










DIRECTORY


October 20. 2065





October 20,' 2005


Clay beats

Middleburg 28-7,

eyes playoffs

By Horace Davis, Staff
hdavis@jcpgroup.com
GREEN COVE SPRINGS With home-
coming festivities to take place at half time
the Clay Blue Devils offense got the home
crowd excited by scoring 21 second quar-
ter points while the defense stifled the
Middleburg Bronco offense limiting them
tojust 47 total yards in the opening half of
the 28-7 victory on Thursday, October 13.
The Blue Devil offense, which strig-
gled in the previous two games scoring
just 10 points, was very efficient against
the Broncos, senior quarterback Damon
Pifer looked sharp completing 8 of 11
first half passes, one a six-yard strike to
receiver Chris Roberts in the end zone on
a slant pattern.
Pifer also led the running attack with
13 rushes for 60 yards, while Gary Battle
and EricJohnson also attacked the Mid-
dleburg defense on the ground.
Battle scored on a four-yard run and
Johnson opened the scoring with an 11-
yard run and added Clay's final touch-
down of the night from two-yards out.
"We wanted to be more aggr essi\ e of-
fensitelv tonight". said Clay-head coach
Jim Reape. \\e opened the offense up a,
little more and looked to get the ball to
our playmakers. I was impressed in our
play because we did not turn the ball over
and we were very efficient. Middlebu rg
is a quality team and it is always impor-
tant to get a win against a good, quality
team", he added.
Clay 4-4 (1-1) focus quickly turned to
their next game, as they will travel to
Palatka tomo i oi night in a battle for
the final playoff spot in disu ict 4-3A.
"Palatka 3-4 12-01) will be a tough test.
the area hard-nosed football teamnand it
isa tough place to play. \\e will need ti pla"
a good game toget the win".added Reape.
Against Middleburg. the Blue Devils
%were unable to turn a Ben Carter inter-
ception of ajemar Anderson pass into
points in the f first quarter because Bron-
co senior linebacker Brandon D\ mond
stuffed Battle on a fourth and one run
giving Middleburg the ball back.
However.C.la titined the next oppor -
tiunit% into points. Blue De\ il safety Keith
Anglin reco-ered a Bronco fumble on
their twenti-fotir \ard line. Following a
Pifer 13-vard completion to Roberts
down to the eleven.Johnson walked into
the end zone to put ClaI on the board to
begin the second quartet.
On their next drive, the Broncos
picked up two first downs, an EgritsJet-
feir-son run for 11 \ardsand a 10-\ard pass
to right end ..C. Alexander but the drie
stalled when (-.la de fensive linemenjon
Zarkos "and Mike Mc(.affer tv combined
ona sack on third down to lorce ta punt
from the 36-yard line.
In spite of being on their thirrt-six
Bronco head coach RobJusti no tried a
fake punt but Clay responded and An-
derson's pass fell incomplete.
"\We wanted to be aggressive and
change the momentum". said ustino. I
believe the pla) would have worked but
the officials missed a holding call. It was
a chance to take but it is worth it. Coach
Reape had his team ready tonight, they
did a great job but I'm still proud of how
our gu vs hung in there even after falling
behind", he added.
The Blue Devils again took ad\ iitage
of the great field position. Piter hit
Robert, again for 15-sards and a first
down (Roberts had 5 catches). Then Bat-
tde picked upa first downat the four ona
12-\ aid ru n. he then capped off the drive
with a fo:ur- ari: burst up the middle and
Clayked 14-6 with 3:19 left inthehalf.
Clay increased their lead just before
the half ended, after fore in ig l iddlebtu g


CLAY 'lIIiiii page B-4


CORRESPONDENT PHOTO BY TONYA DAVIE
Blue Devil running back Gary Battle splits defenders on his way to a four-yard touchdown run.








C..A. NOR.-5 ,;t..,, ..1: ,,-.,.


$1200


ON A


BY


VE UP. TO A


REBATE


T~mr,- t he E~pcrit


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 gpt the
best limited warranties' in the business plus Puron 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

ON ALWOK


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


L-ca


Turn v:fe ric tpenr
The Ultimate in Computer /
Controlled Indoor Comfort
and Energy Savings

Working To Make Your Life Easie
TOMORROW'S TECHNOLOGY TODAY


Sm20u


AX:


rVv


Admiral Air
#CAC056669
908-5252 ,.,,
Your Comfort and Satisfaction Is Our Goal and Guarantee. \
SFor all your a/c, heating & indoor air quality needs. Let our Experts help youl
Service available 24 hours a day-seven days a week
TuEn mO the Experts" E One-hour response time or your service call is free *100% Financing W/OAC -
_ + Puroni a .r C: o in.- I r, ia i.r. 3. i :.Ci ar '. Ci.orat..r :.r i.i..r *na '.i Se e Carrier Factory Authorized Dealer for ^
i,.i1 ; 'til'.'i.:.,:.- a,, -', i.'..ii i *.ar'.-.i. P .l,]. di b,3 e t, 3pTCEs ..,ir, E4+ or i" .a.:.:..i ar.3 i .ii."., ,'o:ir:, .r Homeowner/Occupants only.


B-3


CLAYTODAYBIZ


I Infinit 71






Section B-4 CLAYTODAY.BIZ October 20, 2005


CLAY hron page B-3
to punt Pifer went batk to work. He con-
nected with Marquis Bellaim on a 24-
yard pass and a pass interference call
against Middlebui g one of three as re-
ceiver Marcel Huggins attempted to


catch a bomb from Piter.
Pifer then rumbled 20-\ ads inside the
Bronco (en-vard line, he then lapped off dthe
drive \ idt a six-\ard sutike to Roberts and
Cla\ held a commanding 2i-) lead at die half.
Follow ing the homeconing activities,
the Broncos played a spir ited second halt


CORRESPONDENT PHOTO BO TOINA DA\ME
Clay quarterback Damon Pifer tries to shake off the tackle of Middleburg linebacker
Brandon Dymond.


but the hole the\ dug was too deep to
climb out of.
The Broncos first drive net fort -seven
Nards but an incomplete pass on fotirth
down turned the ball over to ClaL. Follow-
ing a sack b\ Di mond. Middleburg was
able to get into he end zone as quarter-
back Anderson found da\ light to the out-
side and scampered 9-yards for the lone
Bronco score with 1:46 left in the third.
Clay added the final tally of the nightly
ea rly in the fourth quarter, follow ing a
punt block by safety Lyndon Dunham,
Clay had the ball first and goal from the
nine and four pla s later Johnson got in
the end zone for the 28-7 lead.
The 4-3 (0-2) Bronco- will try andre-
group to face district and county rival
Fleming Island 2-510-3) tomorrow night
at home as both teams look for their first
districtwin;.
"Our guisS played hard again but the
slow start is what gets us, we'll pick up the
pieces and get ready for Fleming Island,
it is a rivalry game iend I k now the guys
will be ready. We just can't have the slow
start, we played i eall\ well in tiche second
half tonighthbut we'll ti to get it going
earlier next week", saidJustino.
For Clay thie season comes down to


one game to qualify\ lor thie pla\oifs for
the third straight season. "It will be tough
but the gu\isare ieaid,".,said Reape.
Senior Damon Pifer will tr \ and lead
the Blue De\ils past Palatka "Ilt' a big
game but we'll be readd. [liked our offen-
s.i e I (lo'1 tc1night. wegt % c i ta clhanie to irl' I
thl ball dom field i ith success and hoi pe-
fully we can do it again at Palatka". he said.
Scoring
1 -2 3 .4 F
CL
0 21 0 7 28
MB
0 0 7- 0 .7
CL -Johnson 11 run 11:19 (2)
CL Battle 4 run 3:19(2)
CL Roberts 6 passfrom Pifer 0:12 (2)
MIB- Anderson 9 runH 1:46 (3)
CL -Johnson 2 r in 10.:15 4
Individual Leaders
.Rushing-
CL-Pifer13-iii. Batilet6-45.j oihns on9-32
MB -Jefferson 7-40, \\a" ner .-37
Passing- -
(L Pifer S-14 132 :uards
NIB Anderison n'-l61 904 yards
Receiving-
CL- Roberts 5-48
MB Alexander 2-31, Warner 2-47


Columbia second half surge drops Fleming Island 47-27


By Alan Nicotra, Correspondent ,

FLEMING ISLAND The fireworks ex-
ploded in the first half for both teams
when the Fleming Island Golden Eagles
hosted District 5-4A opponent the Co-
tilumbia Tigers on Fridas, October 14. But


two touchdowns, one on the ground and
another on a 95-\ ai I kLickoff return, the,
Tigers offense co-m d not be sioppcd by
the GoldenEagle defense. As a-team, Co-
lumbia rushedfor 357 yards on 49 car-
ries, scoring all but one of their
touchdowns on thel grinound.


ing two possessions.
After recei in g the opening kickoff,
Columbia mounted a d.ri \e diown to the
Fleming Island five-yard line, setting
up a touchdown run from RyanJack-
son with 7:33 remaining in the first
quarter.
-Ontheir very next possession. Tiger
quarterback Lew. is Sharpe connected
with Blaize Neely for a 13-yard touch-
down pass with 1:47 left in the quarter, in--
creasing their lead to 12-0 after both extra
point tries failed.
In desperate need cif a spark.Fleminiii
Island looked to their senior iecenei
John Gadson and he gave them just what
they needed. -


Fletcher to Sha lin Hendci shot to tie the
game at 20.
This game was fa it becoming. a
shootout; As Colu mbia wotud answer on
their-next possession with a 25-yard
touchdown run from Willie Collins, giv-
ing the Tigers a 27-20 lead.
However. on Fleming island's next
possession. F letc her led thce Ea les dow n
the field and found a wide-open Kurt
lisbul rg h in the back of the e-nd zone
with 3:29 remaining in the lialf to again
ie dthe game at 27.
In spite of the Golden Eagles first
half tenacity the\ %would still (trail going
into tie locker room at rhe half. Because
on the ensuing kick off Columbia's


CORRESPONDENT PHOTOS B1 TL COCHRAN
Golden Eagle quarterback Joel Fletcher scrambles away from two hungry Tiger linemen.


in the second half Columbia continued
widi the fireworks and thdie Golden Eagles
could not, falling 47-27 after taking a sur-
prising 14-12 first quarter lead. That
would be the last time the Golden Eagles
would hold a lead, as the Tigers took con-
trol the rest of the game and e\entualli
wore down Fleming Island in froimt of
their home crowd.
Led by running back Jacquez Macon,
who rushed for 84 yardss onl 11carriesand


"\1Ve played outstanding in the first
half." said Fleming Island head coach
Neil Chipoletti follow ing his team's loss.
"But Columbia came out in the second
half and made a few, adjustments, blitz-
ing and rushing the ball more. In the
end. the\ ,ei e just a bigger, stronger
football team. tlhe\ just wol e us downn.
he added.
The Tigers went on ,ite offense\ e early
on. the\ look a 12-0 lead after their open-


AKATea..m-IAK.T..m-.I..m-A.JTl..o K TamB


fGMAC







All Brick Imi
Conseration lot, I,
to amily ronm F
mrrster. $262,500





344 Redwood La
Townnhome. Nearly
upgrades throuc
$183,900


The AK Team ,, ,
One Team Otne Dream .. .
Ken Pornooetis 23'.- 03
Heid Lnch -- 026 908-' "
AlHlJcksoilvilleHoimes.coim Aliese Ken Heidi


maculate 4/3! Culdesac,
eutral decor, Large Vtcher, open
normal kiing and dining, DElule


303 Brier Rose Lane OakaiCuiaE.-:5C 1eaui',

-ic,,,'u ard dnfog arid mor,r $309,500


ne Riverside .i_ lulIr.tonc Creek Pretty Corner 1.18 acre Lot! Well maintained
new, end unt w/laqoon view y /I2, 1800+ sf mrDIle horre. Huge great room
ihout Appliances included formal dninQ, fully equrit A C-' cutchern, large util.
tv r,,'sm cw v ash er & dryer, rsedv w/ power. Reduced
to $115,500 Call Todav'


AKTa A em-A K Team- -AK ea- -AKTa m AKea


Fleming Island running back Mike Brown (9) struggles for extra yardage.


With 1:30 t remaining iii the first quar-
ter, Columbliia's kicked off following the
touchdown and Gadson returned it 93
yards for a touchdown, cutting the Tiger
lead 12-7.
-Gidson appeared to spark die defense
too; thle\ held Columbia to three plays
and forced them to punt from deep in
there on ii eid of the field.
On the punt Fleming Island's Chris
O'Neal came from the edge and blocked
the punt, recovering the ball and taking it
12 yards for a touchdown, giving Fleming
Island a 14-12 lead and bringing the home
crowd to their feet.
Following a four-yard touchdown
run by Columbia's Willie Collins, the
Golden Eagles answered with a 7-yard
, touchdown.pass from quarterbackJoel


Macon returned it 95-yards up the mid-
dle of the field for a touchdown, re-
gaining the lead for the Tigers 33-27
and this was the beginning of the end
for the Eagles.
In the second half, The Tigers added
three more touchdowns and their de-
fense shut out Fleming Island by limiting
the effectiveness of Gadson on offense
-and special teams, while the front seven
shut-down the running game.
Fleming Island dropped to 2-5 (0-3)
and will look to get their first district win
when they face a resurgent Middleburg
Bronco team tomorrow night.
The Tigers improved to 5-2 (2-0) and
will host Ridgeview on October 28 in a

EAGLES continued on page B-5


October 20, 2005


CLAYTODAY.BIZ


Section B-4







S-OLLUhr 7 0LIe n


Tebow, Nease shred




Ridgeview 49-0


By Horace Davis, Staff
Indavis@jcpgroup.com

PONTE VEDRA The Ridgeview Pan-
i.lei s aind ad Ica I coh Tom Malphci sm:.n
had [his gamIle circled ,on the calelndal,
thie\ knew, it ,as conmiing. It tihe\ ,ere tc,
make the state playoffs in District 5-4A
the\ \outlld lihae to beat Tim T(ebowt :.nd
Nease ci defeat Colminbia on Octobr i 28S
in Lake Cti\.
After last -eason's flogging b\ Nease
5I-0) o er Ridge\ ie%,. Macpheisonand d hii
team felt thev had a better chance at
knocking Nease off or at least plain ing a
cornpetitie game.
With 31lsenio ret 1rnin. .ahighscot -
ing offense and a phlisical presence cn
both sidesof the ball. would this be the
time that Rid.g.e\ iew \w. the batl.eof the
Pandthers against Nease.


led the Panthers on a nine-play drive,
showing he may be Clay County's version
of Tebow with a 23-yard scrambled into
Nease territory but the drive stalled with
Il- olr lcIe passes on [IiJ-1_d allId (to ltII
do% ii.
Enter Tebo, alndi the Nease offense.
file pla\ s later Teh(oi\ connc,%ts ithli re-
cei\ei R\a, Ellis-on a 3S-\ard pass plain\
then the dut icu lminates thief dri\e \ idi tha
6-\ard touc hdcwin pass.
E llis io scored thee toi .lhdoilinon
the iii-_hi broiiughl the home crowd to10
their feet t ith a dazzling 81-' arl. to<:h-
down reception that came on a t(\o-\ 1rd
itich pass. He miadc the first defender
miss, then hurdle another, tinall sp int-
ing. past die lemaiing Ridg.e\lie \ de-
fenders to make the score 2S-0 and
itinal l the first quaIter ended.
Ridgre\ ie\ did not 'io down \%itho.ut a


KEYSTONE fli'w paie B-1

they are 2-5 they are a tough team and
very well could be 5-2. They lost .to.
West Nassau 20-19 in.the final mo-
ments of the game, so it will be tough
but we just need to control the tempo
andplay our game". said Dicki n -oni
The Indians and id ickinson \i ill ai\.,
be watching the scoreboard when Brad-
ford hosts West Nassau on Friday Octo-
ber 28 with the hopes of another
Mindat night shootout.


Scoring
1 -2
KH
0 3
BR
0 0


3 4 F
0 0 3

0 6 6


KH- M Leod 44FG6.12"(2
BR 25- id Liib in -,ol e i:,ie \ 0 14i

Individual Leader -
Rushing -
KHBR -BJamieson 5l-l75l
BR -Jamieson 15-75


CORRESPONDENT PHOTO B\ TONA. Dl IE
Indian linebacker Jack Taylor (52) stops Tornadoes running back James Jamieson (4).


EAGLES from page B-4


BRIEFS from pag'e B-2


TAxFF PHOTO B\ HBOR iCEl D.\WIS-
Ridgeview receiver Charles Gilbert does his best to grab this pass in the end zone.
Unfortunately for the Panthers they were unable to get in.


LUintfoitunatel. for Ridge icw the .
.game was. over before they really got
started. Nease scored 28.first quarter
poinitsandcl 42 in the firsthalfltodiiniish i
an\ hopes Ridgeview had for the upset.
"I thought we had a shot thisyear but
before we knew it %we were down 14-0.
Mattne of fact before the offense goit on
the field the scoie was 14-0". said"
' Macpher.son i.
Ridgeview 'faced the daunting ques-
1tion, what do \oii do to stop Nease quar- .
terback Thn Tebow? .
"He isa \eri tough player. lie's big. fast-
and strong. \\e tried e% erdiing I om a base
defense.to the nickel package.dime de e nse
and could not stop hiii but odtii than St.
Augustine who has? Added lacpliherison.
Tebow got things started quickly\
Against Ridge ie., on the opening drive
lie completed two passes, for minimal :
gains but when faced with a 3rd down
arid four yards to get a first dotw n. he
tucked the ball under his arm and raced
for a 17-yard gain. Two plays later he
r tished up the middle of the Panther de-
-fense 34-yards fo: a touchdown and the.
-wreckiing baUl wasout. .
Nease surprised Ridgeview with an
onside kick that they recovered at the
Ridget iew foit\ -eight tard line.
T iis time Tebow showed his passing
prowess, he completed a 35-yard pass to
Austin Sil o\, anid then a five-yard com- -
-pletion to Caleb Coopem and another-
nine-N ard pass to Silvoy but this one was
a touchdown pas.
W-Vith less than four minutes off the
game clock Ridgeview trailed 14-0 and
their offe nse had not touched the field.
Ridgeiew was able to mno e the ball
on thie toutigh Nease defense but once in-
side ithe 'red zone'.i inside Nease 20) they
could not capitalize. -
Ridgeview quarterback Joe Everett


fti:_iu E leiett ] uslheld for 72 iards ndi
passed for 70, Aaron K ichinka had 51
yards rushing and ieteit\e Charles
Gilbert had six% atIclies i thi ik niliht be-
longed to Nease. .
"I think we moved the ball piett\ 'vwel
on them and theii defense is not too
shlabbh. But when i\oi fall be-hlid eari
Iand b\ soi mucli it takes \oii, out of or i
normal offense and you do things you
geeneialhl wouldn't", added Mac piheron.
With ihat game behind tiliem
Ridge~ 'eie\t ill enjoy\ the b\e-week and
get Ieadi for another tough district op-
ponent in -the 5-2 (2-0) Columbia Tigers
oi( Oc tober 28.
S"We will go back to practice and get
read\ for Columbiia, I think we mtchi up
better ivith them. %\e knew the scenai ,).
beat:Nease oi Columbia it' make it back
to the pla) offs and we are right where we
want to be".
Scoring
1- .2 3 4 F .
NE
28 14 0 7 .49
RV 0 '0
0 0 0 0
NE- Tebow 34 run9:40(1)
NE Silo0\ 9 pass from iiTebow 8:32(1)
NE-Ellisi6 pas from Tebowt 4:11.1 1)l
NE- Ellis 81 pass from Tebow 0:00 (1)
NE -Ellis 17 pass from Tebow 8:13 (2)
NE- Sumter 11pass from.Tebow 4:10(2)
NE Holmes 15.run 6:25 (4)
Individual Leaders
Rushing-
RV-Eve reet t16-72, Kuchinka 9-51
NE Tebow 11-75, Owen 12-51
Passing-
RV- Everett 9-18-70 yards
NE- Tebow, 14-18- 278 yards
Receiving-
g V Gilbert6-52.. ; ,. ,.,., -
NE Ellis 5-144, Silvoy 5-95


battle fr tio -

Scoring-
1 2
FI
14 13
CO
12 21


tma! pla\I.lt sp,. .


3 4 F


14 I


CO-Jackson 5run7:33(1)
CO -Ntde 13 pass fiom Sharpe 1:47(1)
FI-GCidsoin' 93 kickoltI eiurin 1-.,3 1l
FlI-O'Neal 12blocked puni l eIu n 1111:1 1
.CO- Collins 4 run 10:46(2)-
CO-FI Hendershctx 12 passTfrom
Fleticiier 7:57(2)
CO- Collins 25 run 6:10 (2)
FT )sb uirgh10 pass from Fletcher
S3:27 : ; .
C(.0- lac o 95 kick return 3:13 (2)
CO -Macon 41 run 3:32 (3)
CO -Roberts 26 run 0:12 (3)

Individual Leaders
Rushing-
CO Roberts 11-135, Maconl0-84,
Collins 10-56.
FI Gadson 3-20; Brown 6-13.
Passing- -
CO-Sharpe4-7-102 yardss -
FI Fletcher 11-17-119 yards
Receiving-
CO Macon3-65
Flemning Island Hendershot 6-53,
BroAi 3-28, O'Neal 2-22;





It is my desire to make you feel welcome
a.nd o acquaint 'ou r-with Clay County.
If you are new in the area, a phone call will I
bring a prompt visit from me.
,@have brochures, civic information, and to help
with ,our shopping needs, cards of introduction
and free gif, f tir-m local merchants. -
LoIal merchants are also encouraged to inquire
about participation in the newcomer packets.

p. !


Call Carol Studdard
,.-.264r9649. '-


Youth basketball reg at YMCA
The VICA isaccepluniN \outh baslket-
bailli tgi.suaituin lfotr ibi\sandgii Isaa s 4-
11 Jt the Barco-Newtori Fainil\ YM(A
and 4-17 at. the D\e-Cla\ F.auil \ YM(..-
Re.istration i.lon-'-oii aind ends on
No:eiriber l.1. For more infoirmlotion
onta(.t tihe NYMCA at 272-43114.

Women's marathon training
Local inoitipi ofit, Girls on the Run of
N E. Florida, is building a team of local
women who want to train for a,
marathon/half-marathon and make a
difference in, the lives of young girls
throughout our community.
Women of all running and walking
abilities fromJacksonville, Orange Park,
Ponte Vedria a nd Fei nandin a.Beach will
come together to train for the Miami

BRIEFS continued on page B-8

For IVIMore
Information
on Clay
County

BOY SCOUTS
Call Gary Stasco
388-0591 ext. 134
(Grades 1-12) CLT-0045-30
^H .' L-005-e0


IPaye of 4-. We*


Section B-S.''


Octobei 20.2005


CLAYTODAYBIZ






Section B-6 CLAYTODAY.BIZ October 20, 2005


Raiders Celebrate Homecoming with 42-18 victory


By Vance McCullough, Correspondent

ORANGE PARK The Orange Park
Raiders have had a rough go of it for the
last four weeks. They were looking to
break out of 1ieir ',nimp in front of
their holn iecmi n', rg r ,u d onFrida Oc-
tober 14. They did exactly that with a de-
cisi\ve 42-18 \inii over the Blue Devils of
Stan ton Prep.
"Get back to basics, and play good
football- that's what we do", said Raidei
head coach Ted Leasor.


Stanton.
This was to be Pollock's drive as he
took a swing pass out of the backfield for
a first down at the 19-yard line, ran for 10
yards on the next pla\. and punctuated
the series by knocking would-be tacklers
into the end zone turf.and the Raiders
went up by two.touchdowns, mich to the
delight of the roaring home crowd.
The Blue Devils gained a first down
and appeared to be finding some traction,
until Jon Garcia blew up a run on the
right side of the line and topped that feat


ran the ball a time or two. Stanton quar-
terback, Erick Yi, electrified the visiting
crowd when he threw a bomb to a wide-
open McNealy who streaked down the
sideline to put the Devils on the board.
Though the PAT failed, the toi cli-
down (combined with a Blue De il intor-
ception mtmelt. later gaj\e Stanton a.
:inc lih-eedted t:lon ifide]i:e boost just
Ip ioi tI: ihe lnd'tf rlie fn sr li ll
The Raiders kicking teL am pinnred
Staitron deep at their 11-) a.i dliln to start
t he e :'ond ihal f. The Blue Devils didn't


Terry Young would have none of it on
this series. The Orange Park defensive
bha. nearly picked off one pass andbat-
ted dowlna leni:. l t-.
fIllohw Ii anothr-r St.tntn punt, Or-
ange Par k's Adaiii \oil dfoird scored the
Raiders final touchdown of the night
and the\ elchbrated iteir holnecting
victory.
"We had a giea-,. ,\ee1 . f practice plac-
ing a s'iion'g (iiphalst on ilthe running
game and it show t-d tngl: i "i;l'. .aidLeasor.
He was also gratclul lfo the senior


CORRESPONDENT PHOTOS ,B TL COCHRAN
Orange Park defenders Terry Young (22), Jon Garcia (82) and Nigel Healy (30) stuffs
this Stanton running back.


Raider receiver Sencoa Crawford (18) shakes off a Stanton defender.


A slight iiirtliher breeze cooled tl-ie
'i i on ne of those autitLiiIln cltening;
Tai Ilo -iiade t for t',tball lan i. thle
Raiders ftiolloed their coach's orders of
Sgetuin. back to the basics.
Starting ;% itdh excellent field position
atler a short kitckofl. the Raiders were im-
imdiatelh dis'appointi(ed wlien .quai ter-
back. Bobble Hill \\as sacked b tilhree
Blue De ils. hising \ yards in the process.
Their spit its were iust asquicklh lifte-dI
\'henr Brlan Su inlar broke of a .i'"3-\ 'rd
rtun on tlhe next pla\.
Marcus Pulliamtn follc1 ing of Terence Pollock. alo.ing ;% ith that
of the entire oltensi\e line. and tni,
plais late had placed the ball at the
Stantonr5-\ard line.
Hill rolled eight and picked to Pul-
liaml \\ ho tit back inside to find ia r un-
ning lane that led himn si aight into the
end zone for the game's first points while
barely 2:30 had tic ked of f of the game
c lock. Ronald Polk added the PAT and tdie
Raiders enjo\ ed .i 7-1 lead.
After the kickoff. Stanton lined tl ill
theT' foi mat ion on tlhe21-\ ard line. TIhe
Raider defense was eager to pla\ Ns An-
di e\ Cannon and jacob \\ illis led a host
of teamnnates in stopping the run at tihe
line of scriilmmage. A couple of pla\s later
a Keith Davis tackle forced a punt from


b\ running do~, n a r.olitn, quiiarierback
Siom ithe back sile on the next plat\ t,
Sf "i _Lanoitler punt.
Both teams-plaied solid defcnie and
punted back-and-forth to each oiher as
tl' \-:,arred for field position. A Nigel
Heal\ punni. coupled \\ ith great ih-tile
froin the O)iainge Park punt e-ia'erage
teaml puit the hall on [lithe Srtaiton onle-
\ard line.
The Blhie De\ i!sKgor a strong puish in
the nmitddle b\ their :i tensive linie. Thisal-
l.. -,d 1to .1ag Lts\ de s-isit to 'g-'i l11 onit i
l tIih-and-in lihes F'1om ilheii oi(u i 211-
\aild ine.TheTi got" titelirtiistdoin\l.dtespite
a shlid defen.i e leffoirt led h\ Edldie CG ra\.
Stanton'siJared McNe:al show\ mio\les in traffic.andArit (- iiorian .'nri
toigh frl t h Blue Devils.
)Oange Park'sjaiaar G(ra made a bli.
sol i tackle- in the' Stanton backfield to
force a punt.
Bi ian iunilar ran righlu for more than
a ft' i diwn and on tile next pla lihe aii
le through a huge gap and scored w ih-
(til.t being tloi-hlied and the Raiders en-
o\ed a 21-1 lead after Polk added the
extra point.
Down l1: 21 point., tihe Blue D)e\ ils as-
unlled control of the ball w ith 3:2i0 lefi
befoic half time. Thel started % ith great
field position -at their 37- ard line and


SCIAY'S MOST WANTED H


Earl Ruffin

Address: LKA Atlantic City, FL DOB: 07/30/76
Eyes: Brown Race: Black
Case#: 05af088728 Sex: Male
Bond Amount: $20,003.00 Ht: 5'7"
Wt: 150 Ibs Hair: Black


Wanted for:

Sexual Battery


CLT-O113-4205


help their o\i n cause .an\ uhen a puin
netted minsliitt 2\ lards frIom their on n 15.
Pulliam ran it do\\ n inside the 3-\:rd
line before Polloc.k pounded it in for ain-
othei t[louchdoItn now the Raideris \\ve e
up 28-6 earl in the second half.
Stantonbegan 11innir,1 upt1l e middle
again, gaining positive )ar:lage. ThIen
Erick'Yi d ippjed back andlhit an' lit-r re-
ceiver this iit ne it \as G i igot;l an fr 30-
plus yards.
- Anotliei .iff-tackle itiin of 10 yards
gave Stantin a fit st doi, n iat the Raider's
S22.Just v, hen thel Blue De\ ils i had genre r-
:aled some nioImentum. ( 1nge Park;.,
CGia\ look die i\ ld (-111 if ilit-i r alll ,l i e-
covering a fumble.:
Thlie Raiders wou ld soon puntitback-
a and the De\ ils simph would not go qui-
ed). Tlhe drie began at tlie Staniton 16
yard line. The Devils continued to run
well. Yi completed a pass of bc tiL than 21)
yards to McNealy. On Yi's next pass at-
tempt, a Raider defensive back tipped a
ball that he would have other ise inter-.
cepted Before the ball could find the:
ground. McNeahl s\iped it from iitd-air
and dashed foi anoithei r Blue De\ils'
tout )hdo(l n.. Stanton needed a two-poinitt
co inerui., bnt StephlIn CtMler made a
solo tackle at the one-\ ard life. Two-and-
a-half minutes remained in tile tliird
quarter and Blue Dck il fans were hopeful
for a comeback.
The Raiders fielded the shortkickand
took o\ er. Befoi die quarter ended they
- 1marctied 60 ( ard'son tihestrength of their
running game. featuring Sumllar, Pol-
lock, and Pulliam, \\hio scored the
Raiders' fifth Iouchdown of the night.
Polk added his fifth extra point
Stanton continued to pass the ballbut


leadership of someof his pla\eris "Pol-
lock mi.tidc his mind i.ip that he asg 'ing
to lead thiis offense. TliaC's \ lhat weneed-
ed", added Leasor.
In reference to Stantn li he sa id, "Let
me tell you about that team. I have
tremendous respect for those kids. They
never give up. They're intelligent, they
stay on their blocks on offense, a nd pla%
good technique on defense".
The 3-4 (0-2) Raiders will try and stay
on lithe \ inning ai alk aid get their first
district win when they host the Bartram
Trail Bear' toniior row nighlI


Scoring-
1 2
SP
-0 6
OP
14 7


3 4 F

6 6 18

14 7 42


OP Pulliam 5 run
OP Pollock 7 run
OP Sumlar 22 run
SP LkNeall 66 pass from Yi
OP -Pollock 1 run
SP A IcNeal \ 35 pass from Yi
OP- Pilliamn 15run
OP-Wright 5 run
SP-McNealyl2 pas from Yi

Individual Leaders-
Rushing
SP-Byrd 10-68
OP -Sumlar 10-91. Pollack 6-55
Passing
SP -Yi7-14-177
OP- Hill 4-9-46
Receiving
SP-McNealv 6-146
OP- Pollocl3 37




LU &iS&W Tile & Supply. Inc
I- Your One Stop Shop

334 Parkndge \te
5 o)rangeP0k. FL 32(o ,
(3 904-276-0570 E






L/YLUTIeA B.I Sctvv ..B


Lady Panthers survive


five-game marathon


By Horace Davis, Staff
hdavisl@jcpgroup.com

ORANGE PARK The Lady Panthers of
Ridgeview took the first step in the open-
ing round of District 3-4A at Middleburg
with a five-game victory over the Suwan-
nee Live Oak Lady Bulldogs 14-25,25-11,
25-18. 15-2 1 and 15-S.
Ridge% iew qsaried slow out of the
*qtes tfaling behind in Lhe oprninggame
1l-1. the\ were able to cl< se the gap to 21-
14 hbut in the end thedefic.it was n% o large.
Hi. weer in aamnies two and three the.
u.sual slow1 starting Lady Panthers got
,iar med up.
"T\ pic:h11 we ha e been slow starters,
all yea long",. said coach Mary Holley.
"So I wasn't worried after the first game,
we started to warm-up towards the end
of that game and it showed. Consistency
has been oiu problem lbut we manage to
hang in there", she added.
In game two Kaitlin Reeves drilled
five aces and \\'hitney Green added
t-i ee se,\ ice points t: gi\ e Ridgeviewan
11-2 lead and the\ never looked back.
The Lad\ Panthers seemed to take
control of the match in the third game
on t\,o aces b\ Kaitlin Burgess and a
lMehssa NMikell dump to open up a 21-13
lead.
Howe\ei. the Lad\ Panthers allowed
two acts b\ Su.annee's Alexis Ramros
and 3 kills b\JasmineJeffei son to force a
fifth and deciding game.
Alexandra Newton's tw[o kills and a-
Br\ct Bantdt ace put Ridgetie, upti)- 1.
Morigan \illal\,,'s kill and NM ikell', block
finished offtt SuLa.inee and the Lad\
Pantheris \ ill aid\ .ince to thie nxt round
to iiieet Santa Fe.
"We ill need a ,good .,ame a.gainsq
Santa Fe. tl-,e are tall up t llnt but ,e can
pla\ %iti them. Hopefully we won't have
ouslo start",added -Holle\. .
In District 3-5A Fleming Island
seeps Ed White at \\olfson Hiigh
The Iad\ Eagles took the first step in
tr ing to capture their ii st district title
with a three-game sweep 25-6i.25-9 and
25-12 in the tirst-rciund past an oer-
matched Ed White Lad\ Conimmanders
squad at W\'lfson High School.
The 25-1 Lad\ Eagles %%ere led b\ sen-
ior setter Amand:i 'Youell uho made
final tour \ isits with Middleburg in 2(.'13
and 2004 and will tr\ and use that lead-
ership to get Fleming Island there too.
bouell paced the Lads Eagles with 17
service points and 27 assists.Jenniter
Martin added 17 points with 4 aces and
junior Ashle\ Nettles chipped in with 9
kills.
Fleming Island % ill now face the win-
ner of Englewood and First Coast. with
the championship game to be played


STAFF PHOTOS B\ HOR XCE DA\ IS
Ridgeview outside hitter Kaitlyn Burgess
returns a volley in the third game of the
match.
tonight at 6:30 p.m.
District 5-4 A ClaW falls to Nease at
Menendez
Foll,'w, ing their win over Pakltka in
the opening rou-Ind CLi\ faced a tough
Neas, Lads Pantihc tram and fell in
three games 25-2i0. 25-17 and 25-21.
Senior .-slle Smni Itze-i lhad S p(o nus
:tii assist, in the losses the Lad\ Del'. il
ended then season aji. 13-14.
In the % in o\er Palat ka onf MlNind.a
ighit Sam kai lish led the *,.% \ a ih 13
ser i i c poi ts a iid 4 aces, while Smeltzer.
and Kalai Schitaran aUdded 20 assists and
12 kills tiespeci el\.
S l,, ti..li ,n pj l i .'d,t .'.." .-
In District 1-6A atSandal wood the
Orange Park Lady Raiders swept the.
Flttcher Lads' Seiators 25-22. 25-23 and
30-28 to ad an ne to the championship
game tonight against Buchholz.
Over in. Ke) stone Heights in Dis-
trict 6-3A the host Lady Indians had
their was \N ith Pierson Taylor sweeping
them in three games 25-5.25-' and 25-18
to ad %ance to the championship gnne
tonighlt again n Interlachlen .
The St Johns Lady Spartans took
tour games to defeat St Joseph at
Gainesville Oak Hall in District 7-2A.
.St J ohh s on 25-231, 22-25,25-19
and will now face host Oak Hall in
tonight's championshipgame.


Fleming Island boys' golf


team advances to state
By Horace Davis, Staff '
hdavis@jcpgroup.com .

ORANGE PARK The Fleming Island
Golden Eagles boys golf team shot a
team total of 293 to finish just behind
Lake Mary who shot a 290 il Reg ion 2-
2A at the Timuquana Golf and Country
Club on Tuesday, October 18 to advance
to the stale finals at Haiiiinok Creek in"
SPortSt. I iii.iebeiginningoin Tues:dal\.O(-
Chase MillsanidThimniias Modlin both
shot 72, while Joseph \oo shot a I74 and
Joey Keene shot a 75 to lead the waO h i
Flemir ngIsland.
The Golden Eagles held ,ff a late
chargebytheGaines ill IeButicIiholz team
that shot a 296.
Flemingi island coach Rantdy Warren
likes his team's chances at the final stat-
ing, "We have good chance at winning
state,just as good as anyone else. Lake
Mary and X.i 0o Beach Inma be considered
favorites but I like our chances, Lake .
Mary just beat us b three stlokes"t : id CORREsPONDENT PHOTO B6 rL COCHRA.
Vero Beach shot a 293 in their region. Sro Fleming Island's Thomas Modlin shot a
itshould be ven\ conipetitt'e.- 72 as the boys team advanced to state


eQuift ree


Shoppig Spree


Imagine buying what you want,
Whenever you want,

At a fraction of the price...

HUNDREDS OF NEW

ITEMS ARRIVING DAILY


Everyweansaay i sut rA

1-6 0%OFFAL C.


Your purchase helps us help others


Morgan Villalva (3) saves a point with this dig during the Ridgeview victory.


Attention Keystone Heights
Clay Today is seeking correspondents in
your area. Contact Greg Walsh, Managing Editor,
at 264-3200 for more information.


Section B-7


Ortnhpr 26- 200.;


CtAYTODAY.BIZ


.
a
I.


CL-O 05 &&









Homecoming festivities spice-up games around the county


By Horace Davis, Staff
hdavis@jcpgroup.com

ORANGE PARK --The month of Octo-
ber beings ho1Imeconoming festi ities to all


the schools in the county and while
Ridgeview celebrated theirs with a victo-
ry over Clay, they had to travel to Nease
and lost during their festivities.
The Clay Blue Devils welcomed Mid--


dleburg in for their celebration that also-
found the Class of 1964 on hand to cheer
the 2005 version of Blue Devils in a iin
over Middleburg.
Meanwhile Orange Park enjoyed a


victoI i o et Stanton Prep du ring hiome-
coming and they used the occasion to
present Stephen Dandridge's family with
apei- na lized graiduation photo of their
iln \, ho paseI aa\ t ,o \,eeks acgio.


CORRESPONDENT PHOTO RI TL COCHR-AN
Orange Park Principal Michael Wingate presents
the Dandridge family with a graduation photo of
Stephen who recently passed away.

PHOTO SPECiL 'TOCLt TOD.A
Ridgeview's homecoming king Sam Collins, left,
and queen Kindal Yancey.
,qA -. " ""


CORRESPONDENT PHOTO B\ TL COC(HRAN
Orange Park homecoming queen Jasmine Quarles is joined by her family.
Homecoming King Kyle Riskin is not pictured.


STUFF rHOTO.B- HORACE DA.VIS
The Class of 1964 (seated in bottom three rows) got together and celebrated the win
and homecoming with the Clay Blue Devils.


S BRIEFS froit pdge B-5.
Marathon or Half Marathon onJanuarn
29,'2006.vhile raising nmo ey$ (262 min-
imum) to benefit the girls at Girls on
the Run. after r-school program that
helps ou.rig girls build self-esteem and
S healthy lifestyles while also training for
their first 5K (31 mile) race.
Participants will receive a coached
program just for women, group
training runs, training clinics, per-
formance shirts, fun socials, cama-
raderie with other women. and an
opportunity to inspire girls in our
conuunitvy.
This program is open to all women.
For more details. visit http:. .'www.goEone-
florida.org or call 904-321-4315.


I T


Ii


Gator Bowl tickets on sale
Tickets have gone on sale for the Tov-
ota Gator Bowl Game to the public he-,
ginuing Monday, August 1.
The 61ist Annual Touota Gator Bo, I
will be pla-ed onjanuarv 2.2006 in A1l-
tel Stadium in jacksonville.Florida with
kickoff at 12:30 p.m. and will be televised
nationally on NBC. The Toyota Gator
Bowl features the first selection from
the ACC and the Big East Conference or
Notre Dame following the BCS selec-
tion. Ticket prices for the ToYota Gator
Bowl are $40.00.
In addition, tickets to the Dr. Pepper
Atlantic Coast Conference Football
Championship Game to be played on
December 3,2005 at Alltel Stadium in
Jacksonville, Florida at 8:00 p.m. are also


he Best Selection of Imported Cigars and Accessories in
Clay County at Very Competitive Prices
Arturo Fuente Cohiba
Bauza Hoyo de Monterey
Macanudo Romeo y Julieta 49MIM
Partagas Montecristo -
II Licenciados H Upmann* ^

ld Al; 0 i Imi


I


available for purchase.
The game \ illf feature the first place
teams from the Coastal and'Atlantic Di-
Nsionsot the Atlantic Coast Conference
who will pla; for the Conference Chanm-
pionship'Tile and will be nationa.ll, tel-
evised on ABC.
Tickets prices are $80 foi lower level
seats and $60 tor upper level seats.
Tickets can be ptucliased for both the
Dr. Pepper ACC Football Championship
Game and the Tovota Gator Bowl game
by going to wvwv.gatorbowl.coym or
w ww.ricket m aster.com.

High School baseball workshop
Pro baseball link is looking for local
high school and youth baseball players
who are looking for the opportunity to
play college of professional baseball but
find themselves withoutanycollegeoffers.
Pro baseball.com is hosting a two-day
baseball workshop that will bring to-
gether a number of professional and
collegiate baseball personnel to address
various topics.
The workshop is open to high school
and youth players of all ages. coaches and
parents. For more information call 773-


2'4-1-040oir isit wVww.piobasebaUhiilkcom

Travel team signups
Orange Park 11-year-old Travel
Team looking for players. Must live in
Ch ange Park area to be eligible for dis-
tricts. All-Star or Travel team experi-
ence preferred but not required.
Eligible players cannot turn 12 before
July 31. 2005. For more information
call (9041237-7293.

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

Bel-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
more information call 264-1910.







00.OragePar, F 30S5DS


231 Blanding Blvd. Mon.saituI ar m : 2015 County Rd. 220
(1/2 mi. S."of OP Mall) Sun pm. i'"' (at Swimming Pen Creek) -
. 264-0611 ^Ss S 215-8999


rCIGARSMOKERO


m


r- -
IPIZ


O(ctob er 20, 2005


CLAN'TODAY.BIZ


Section B-8





October 20, 2005


Builder offering golf memberships and $30,000 in incentives for Magnolia Point


Special to Clay Today,
GREEN COVE SPRINGS With only a
handful of home sites remaining within
Magnolia Point Golf & Country Club, Cen-
texHomes is offering added incentives for
this gated and established golf course
community.


"The homes offer superior craftsman-
ship, elegant interior appointments and
incredible value," said' Debby Brown,
Centex Home's Sales Executive. 'With
this gated, golf course community being
offered at non-country club prices, the
community is sure to sell out soon."
Magnolia Point is a family-friendly


I -Til-lI- HI.Ill B HIi.1 I: LIH I.11i
Construction is already going on at Magnolia Point. Only a handful of home sites remain and Centex Homes
is offering added incentives for those properties.


The Riverside is just one of the floorplans offered by Centex Homes.

In addition to receiving a golf mem- community leaturing many amenities in-
bership (application fees and tirst year's cluding a range, an Olympic-sized swim-
dues) to the community's 27-hole golf ming pool and club. a tennis club with
course, qualified buyers who use CTX seven clay courts (including four lighted
Mortgage and Commerce Title to pur- courts). social club and numerous nature
chase their home will receive $30,000 off trails. The newly renovated clubhouse in-
their purchase price. This offer ends on cludes a new chef with planned social
November 15. functions and activities for the entire
The neighborhood features four of the family.
Galleria Series floorplans, priced from Kitchens in the Gallena Series feature:
$299,990 to $343.990 with 2.658 to 3.547 42" designer cabinets, decorative coun-
square feet of living space. These two- tertops. Whirlpool appliances, breakfast
story homes feature four to sLx bedrooms. nooks and ceramic tile flooring. Cultured
two-and-one-half to four baths, attached marble vanities and ceramic tile floors
two-car garages, and an exterior choice of highlight the bathrooms. with garden tubs
either full stucco, or stucco with brick or and ceramic tiled walk-in showers in the
stone accents. master bathrooms


In addition, all of Centex's homes in
Magnolia Point are backed by the com-
pany's two-year Fit and Finish Warran-
ty, which the company boasts lasts twice;
as long as any other builder's warranty
and covers building materials and work-
manship. ,
For more information about Magnolia


Point Golf & Country Club, call Sales Ex-
ecutives Debby Brown or Andrea Houck
at (904) 284-9490 or visit www.centex-
homes.com. The sales center is located
within Magnolia Point Realty's office
and is open Monday through Saturday
from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. and on Sunday from
12-6 p.m. "


*"~~
~
4',


2, 3, 4 & 5 Bedrooms
from $550-$2700
Clay and Duval

River Oak Realty, Inc.

276-3000


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

.' ,,'f. .. .'. I-PI .b b

) I i "41/ ,-i l

....SEDA3
Construction Compan
G' :r '", I- Cc-.-p "2- 7.500
3 reactions: 1-295 to'1 daixng -brib'4, B.riding B['.d., Lef'tio Mbre'Ae. kretire.W, s%'n tt.fi-ht',


~YY~


The Driftwood at Paradise Moorings on Doctors Lake

Award wiring Rsamsood H es prmsets thwi rriews Driftwaed at
Pharadise rMwigs for $42s 9 Iumedwia*ey milable for mw i,
can Uoyfr anppeiwtau ed eiw inufrmati. (9N) 2154161.
Paradise Moorings is a piituresque water aUCess neighborhood located on Doctors
Lake in the gro%.ing rleming Island Paradikt Mooring,. is a gated conimuniy
situated on 46 acres \ithh gorgeous views of the historic lake and two lagoons. A
haven for boaters, the community features an exclusive boat ramp dock and
community center, in addition to unique boat storage facilities.
H i h.. I l 1,a, mith. Tun i w,' on Cfr 2 .
l ,ir,uIei.et' \l(onno w u'ill ,ti j ii,.' In'. i p, Siniiib Pat- C-rek on a y'u ny ht.

S Visit our website: www.rosewoodhomes.info
a HONMES 2 to browse our additional home models and floor plans.


out azt-a.

LOg Onto

Claylodavthiz


CLAY COUNTY REAL ESTATE


Section B-9






Section B-i0 CLAY COUNTY REAL ESTATE OctQber 20, 2005


Clary & Associates promotes


Annette Puller, CST IV


Ways to customize the standard


residential real estate contract


Special to Clay Today

JACKSONVILLE Clary & Associates
Professional Surveyors and Mappers re-
cently announced the promotion of An-
nette Puller, CST IV to the company's-
management team.
Bringing nearly 15 years of industry


Annette Puller
experience to her new position with Clary
-& Associates, Puller serves as a Mapping
Supervisor on projects for the company's
government and private sector clients .
Her responsibilities include making large
land boundary deten-unanons, right-of-way
mapping and successfully managing a team
of survey technicians in conducting anid
completing field survey mapping.,
"We are very -impressed -with An-
nette's focus and tremendous skill-set,"
said Greg Clary,-founder and president of
Clary & Associates. "She contributes a
wealth of experience to our projects, and
we are very pleased to offer her this ex-
citing new challenge. I am confident that
she will continue to do an outstanding
job and continue to bring tremendous
value to our centss"
Prior to joining Clary & Associates.
Puller served as a mapping manager,
senior survey technician, field crew su-
pervisor and survey engineer techni-
cian. She is a Certified Surveying
Technician Level IV, as well as an active
member of the Florida Surveying and
Mapping Society, currently serving as


When was the last time you
were your own boss?


the Florida Crown Chapter secretary in
2005-2006. She holds an Associate in,
Applied Science degree from Southside-
Virginia Community College.
Puller regularly attends industry-related
seminars on such topics as Florida Mini-
mum Technical Standards, Florida Plat
Law and Florida Case Law. She also has
used Certified Surveying Technician class-
es as a training tool for field personnel.
"I chose to join Clary & Associates
because I was looking for a company
that has a reputation for strong leader-
ship- I've definitely found that here,"
Puller said. "This company not only is
committed to meeting and exceeding
our responsibilities to our clients, but
also. to. our employees. Through a vari-
ety.of-in-house training programs, sem-
inars and the vast, collective knowledge
of our team, Clary & Associates is able
to keep current on technology and the
local and state laws and statutes that af-
fect our industry. I'm very happy to be.
a part of such a well-informed and ded-
icated team."
A native of Virginia. Puller has made
Jacksonville her home since 1999. Aside
Irom her professional duties, she enjoys
spending quality ume with her husband,
Vern, and their three children. As a pro-
fessional in the land surveying and map-
ping -industry, Puller particularly'enjoys
visiting with her family the wide. variety
of community parks and greenspaces lo-",
cated throughout Jacksonrville.
Since 19,83, Clary & Associates, Inc. has
been making its mark as provider of pro-
.essional surveying and mapping services
Specializing in large-scale residential and
commercial land development projects,
Clary & Associates has a reputation for de-
livering high performance and value.
Clary & Associates, inc. provides a
wide range ot surveying and mapping
services, including: Boundary. topo-
graphical. wetland and condominium
surveys, as well as transportation design
and right-of-way surveys, subsurface
utility designation and excavation, and
GIS Mapping.
Clary & Associates is located at 3830
Crown Point Road in Jacksonville. For
more information, call (904) 260-2703, or
vista www.clarvassoc.com


School of Real Estate

CLASS SCHEDULES

1 Week Daytime starting
December 5th

5 Week Evening starting
November 10th


Special to Clay Today

When you find the perfect house and
your real estate agent is pushing you to
make an offer, take time to customize the
"standard" real estate contract to help
avoid problems down the road. Here are.
five possible modifications:

1. Specify remedies to protect both
seller and buyer for breaches of con-,
tract. Most standard contracts include a
default paragraph specifying remedies
available if either party fails-to perform as
promised.
Keeping a buyer's earnest money de-
posit often is the only practical relief
available for sellers, so a seller might
.want to eliminate all other remedy lan-
guage and seek a greater deposit.. -
Buyers might want remedies that en-
sure a return of deposits or "specific per-
formance" remedies to compel sellers to
convey the property. Ambiguities in the
remedy paragraph don't benefit either
party and generally lead to litigation.

2. Clarify the "as is" language to pro-
tect vour interests if problems arise after.
closing. Florida law requires residential
sellers to disclose to prospective buyers any
"facts materially affecting the value of the
property which are not readily observable
and are not known to the buyer."
Standard contracts generally include,
language to this effect. but can also state
that the property is taken as is" by the
buyer if inspections do not reveal problems.
Sellers should consider eliminating the
contractual warranty and-adding an "as
is" addendum because buyers who pur-
chase "as is" property are less likely to
bring later claims .
Buyers should consider eliminating
the "as is" language in the contract be-
cause inspections might not reveal prob-
lems known to the seller le g.. flooding at
the property during the rainy season).

3. Include information about mold,
the potential for mold growth in the
home and the need for preventive
maintenance to avoid mold growth.
An increasing number of legal actions
in Florida involve claims by buyers


CURRENT RATES


Conventional


Sp.,, :
30 Year Fixec 6.375 0 t 0
5/1 ARM 6.125 0 + 0
3/1 ARM 5 875 i4 + 0


Interest Only 5/1 ARM
ARMs 3/1 ARM


Jumbo


FHA
VA


6.125 1/2 + 0
5.875 1 + 0


30 Year Fxed 6.500 0 + 0
30 'fear Fixed 6 500 0 + 0
30 Year Fr.ed 6 500 0 + 0


All raies are based on o*ner occupied prop-
erty Fixed raies are for a 60 day lock and
ARMs are lor a 50 day lock. Rates are cur-
reni as of October 18,2005 and are Sublect lo
change. Please call for current rates
Non Comforming Wholesale loans are also available
Call
Guy Lynch at

269-7170
Email: ghlynch@resourcebnk.com


contending sellers failed to disclose the
presence of mold.
Sellers might want to include lan-
guage to encourage buyers to conduct
mold inspections.
Buyers. again, should consider eliminat-
ing any "as is" provisions m the agreement.
Buyers' mold inspecuons should note con-
nections between mold growth and water
intrusion and observe that undisclosed
water leaks may contribute to mold growth

.4. Carefully review provisions that
mandate dispute resolution by arbitra-
tion. Standard contracts routinely state
-disputes will be resolved by arbitration
and that the parties will bear their own
attorneys' fees and-costs. How.these pro-
visions should be altered, if at all, large-
-Iv depends upon the financial position
and risk tolerance of the parties.
The cost savings attributed to arbi-
tration are largely anecdotal and there is
no meaningful right of appeal from an ar-
bitration award. Arbitration will, howev-
er, generally produce a result in less time
than litigation and the process gives par-
ties the opportunity to have someone
with expertise in real estate law decide
the dispute.

5. Specify an adequate cost al-
lowance and description of conditions
included for repairs discovered during
the inspection process. Most standard
contract forms provide that the seller will
.make certain repairs discovered during
the inspection process so long as the re-
pairs do not exceed a certain sum.
Sellers generally prefer a low repair
limit. No matter what the limit, buyers
gotten are frustrated by the exclusion of
cosmetic conditions" from the repair
provision and by the breadth of the defi-
nition of cosmetic conditions
Buyers may want to consider greater
repair limits and the eliminauon ot some
of the e.\cluded "cosmetic conditions."
Buying or selling a home generally is
the largest and most important financial
transaction in which a person will be in-
volved. It is therefore a good idea to seek
legal advice before signing any 'stan-
dard" real estate contract to ensure the
contract meets your needs.


Area School
Information

We Want to Hear From You

904-284-6500

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


Need a Mortgage for
your dream home,
Stownhome, loft or
S'.. condo?
Call Carol Hyde
Al A 626-6362
chyde@alaloans.com
Free Appraisals up to
"," ,, $300 paid at closing


Stop By Our Office
1"7 D.1 R -? llR D--


HERITAGE
HILLS
Charming 3 bedroom 2 bath .
with open floor plan. Beautiful
stone fireplace and % aulted cetl-
ings. Breakfast nook. utilt
room and neoly painted exteri-
or. MLS 266097! -


w.orhFord.oesco 21223I ww.oth 1oid 1oe*cm 21-23 ww.orhIoridaoms oI29-24


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


-. DWP3
a Mk mm"Mm: m= I^


z usse il.oa 1 -.
County Road 209. .4
Each office Is Independently owned and operated (across from Villages of Firesidei W '..'
TATUM, WILLIAMS
& ASSOCIATES LLC 291-224


Section B-1 0


CLAY COUNTY REAL ESTATE


October 20, 2005







October 20 2008


CLAY COUNTY REAL ESTATE


Section B-11


Property LISTINGS


REAL EgATE


3 ACRES CLAY COUNTY only $Q 000 .
__- .- ........BB. M K^ ^ -v i .......


WvLvlN Y rHENDI RICKS 4I.
BROKER-ASSOCIATE K-::---
904-838-39-77 WuAMS.
-5M4AILAMBND.YV@REALESTATEGREATS.COM --- .<. .


READY FOR THAT LARGE FAMILY
This 4/2 with over 2,000 sq. ft. is ready for that large family. This
is perfect on 1.25 acres with fireplace, large kitchen with loads of
cabinets and counter space. Kitchen also features island. Must see
to appreciate.MLS# 247375 $110,000.

ACREAGE
H1-)me only ist- here ire r....: el up lots with power pole,
.Mll and spetic tjnjS each oner hjs 5.1.0 acres and is listed
for $125,000 each. Bring the kids and the horses.
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 and A/C and heat unit. This is a great
buy and 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.
,ri l. l 'r |h, .. I,, I *l : 1 1 ,, Jlll Jl I.. ,,, ll -."1.l L1t r' r ,,i i l. .* ,11
J,'I ..,. n "2 h ll,,- '. I p 0,.-i1l.i.1 I. II',ri I'-Il 11 IljI L, %I.: I I| B
.IfW; J,.,,p... ,- ,.....,,. ,*.-.


CLOSE TO SCHOOLS AND
JENNINGS FOREST
Homes only. Country living at it's best. Property backs up to Jennings
Forest. Great for horses. Family living in the country. Total of two 5
acre parcels. Each parcel is listed for $100,000. MLS# 263899
MLS# 263891 .

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 is
a cook's dream with loads of cabinets.and appliances. Ceramic tile
floors and wall-to-wall carpet. Enjoy the wood burning fireplace for
those cool nights. Formal dining and Living room. Water softener
and conditioner. 14x16 shed. MLS# 244760 $147,900.


I Waterfront 4.40 Acres REWDbED S61,000
Waterfront 3.34 Acres REDUCED $51.000
Paved Road 2.10Acres $47,000
a ,j t a s , w a s a , w ea .


MORE=


I






LCLAYeOUNTJ.R. JA -- S-- T -Otb 20 0


RE ALTOR,','





_







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) 534-5S39 Judy's CeP
(904) 705-6023 Ka:'s CeH
(904) 269-1716 Office



7 Prudential
Network Reaty -
Extremely Full Service.
.Ih.I. d ,


All Brick Immaculate 4/3! Culdesac,
Conservation lot, Neutral decor, Large
kitchen open to family room. Formal liv-
ing and dining, Deluxe master.$262,500.
Call The AK Team for more informa-
tion. 237-7503 or 237-8421.

253815 This 4/2 home features a court-
yard entry, formal living & dining,
kitchen overlooks family room with gas
fireplace, screened 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

First time Buyers, FREE Services,
FHA/VA Relocation Experts. No money
down to qualified Buyers. We are the
relocation experts. We are here to
serve you. Wendy Hendricks Broker-
Associate (904)838-3977 KW First
Coast Realty

SELLING YOUR HOME? I KNOW
CLAY COUNTY! Call for a FREE con-
sultation & a great marketing program.
We sell homes throughout Jacksonville
& Orange Park. Call for our customized
listing package to fit your needs. Wendy
Hendricks Broker-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


0nb Your Peace in t0e Sun


Coast Realty (904)838-3977 JUST LISTED! 32 ACRES OF PARADISE
Beautiful high & dry property, 1700
249337 GORGEOUS OAKLEAF sqft home, guest quarters, 2500 sqft of
HOME with beautiful ceramic tile lead- deck, above ground pool. 6 stall sta-
ing into the greatroom which boasts a ble,clay arena, warm-up pen & so much
built-in entertainment center, tile fire- more!! 3400 sqft commercial steel
place, crown moulding enhances the building with 3-phase electric, you don't
volume ceilings, plantation shutters, up- want to miss this one. Call Today! Of-
graded kitchen cabinets, and much fered at $545K Wendy Hendricks Bro-
more. Call Michele Adams @278-3331 ker-Associate KW First Coast
$284,500 COLDWELL BANKER WAL- Realty(904)838-3977
TER WILLIAMS


259777 Wonderful home in Eagle Har-
bor! Home is ready for you to move in.
This 4/3 home features; split bedrooms,
neutral colors, newer carpet, 42" cabi-
nets, eat-in kitchen large master, tile
fireplace w/tile,mitered window in
breakfast room and French door to for-
mal living area. Call Nancy
Wentz@278-3316 $324,900 COLD-
WELL 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. Florida room,
bonus room, extensive moulding, gran-
it counter, island, wood floors, up-
grades galore, plus 3 care garage. Call
Pebbles Capes@278-3314 $432.500
COLDWELL BANKER WALTER
WILLIAMS

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 re-
location experts. We are here to serve
you. Wendy Hendricks Broker-Associate
(904)838-3977 KW First Coast Realty


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 Real-
ty(904)838-3977

EAGLE HARBOR 5BR/4BA w/extended
screened lania overlooking a sparkling
lagoon. Upgrades galore including
bonus room, 42" maple cabinets,
smooth top range, built-in micro and re-
cessed lighting in kitchen, central vac
and luxury master suite. Call Call Kat
Wetmore (904) 705- 6023 or Judy
Fields (904) 534-5839 w/Prudenrial
Network Realty. $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 locat-
ed at intersection of 2 paved county roads.
Call Kat Wetmore at (904) 705-6023
w/Prudential Network Realty. $ 638,000.

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


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


Your Perfect Partner


-U
WALTER WILLIAMS
-REALTY, INC O
Each Qff.ce, i Independently Owned and Operated


WAY ABOVE AVERAGE!
Tr : h,: I ,.r. j ,' 1 ,-8 .:.: ,-, :,j -. .:r. ii
.jc ..-,r: ..-- 6 .C e :,,: :llr l ,-: ,,:.. : P':I_ P al) i l jU L rTC
L -:l,:.r, 3t': 1 :1,. $148,000


01 kj


WONDERFUL HOME IN EAGLE HARBOR!
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, tilb fireplace w/tile, mitered win-
dow in breakfast room and French door to formal living area.
Csil Nrc, vVirc@278 i31b MLS#259777 $324,900
Milk .-4 -


BEAUTIFUL CUL-DE-SAC HOME!
Meticulously kept! Nature lovers paradise-private backyard
with glassed Florida room, paver patio, .garden and fountains.
Call Nancy Wentz@278-3316. MLS #264867 $349,900


4701 Hwy 17 South Suite 107
Orange Park, FL 32003

(904) 269-9707


U"ATEBUII 'A

All of the great amenities...
No CDD Fee

tM ay, -,- A' "w-'vi-."n.. ....'.o
*I S/ .'y]I SEDA AT WATERMIU OAKLEAF PlANTATION
Directions: 1-295 to Blanding Blvd. to Argyle Forest Blvd. left on V Waktrpark V Waterpark
O v Svimming Pool V Swimming Pool
Watermill Blvd. South, proceed to rotary, first exit right at mmlunhos V Swmmnglu Pho oe
Maidstone Mill Drive, model 50 tt. on left s Playground V Playground
V Convenient to V Convenient to
shopping shopping

Conqstructioni Coml pan. ';.i1tLDD
GCOE O C88 c.rp 7.17600 For homes available now visit www.sedaconstruction.com


WE DON'T LIST HOUSES!
WEBUYTHEM!
ANY LOCATION I ANY PRICE U 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!


DOCTORS LAKE AREA!
Th,1 ui, i- .l:i r;. i t 5,>" .r il.i .'..- I .'e .,:,.lLlri I ,i,: ,' .. .,I
d,,,,,,--i ru,:,,iT, [,1i: lilct,,',. I:,)'l,. j,','j l.j,," ,',i.. C-ir^-.t l,'.J h,tlr u" b',[
i:> -t~cj[ ro,:,,T, h, .^-.iidj.,-lul :[.:,,',c ',r lri.c ':,rf.: l-,','r d )',:J : .,*n h
r:,,7. 1,:,,- P.,','l.:,l ,liI ,:."-,' A.,,', ' .Vy-Jl;:' H'Lj 2tr:-?


.. ......... .........


CLAYCOUNTY REAL ESTATE


October 20, 2005


S ti n B-12


z






October 20, 2005


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


Section B-13


Clay County





CLASSIFIED


For All Your
Real Estate Needs



WALTER WILLIAMS REALTY, INC.
4701 Hwy. 17 South Ste. 107
Orange Park, FL 32003
269-9707 ,- ...i


Ser'in 0 oug Pak, kmigilan. c~~ .~ .Siiu~. e~neyFa,,u~ A~ddkbu g~Keystone I-eiglts &".A ugile


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.


C" Call our

classified staff
Mon -Fri 8orn-5pm at

2 K 269-2999 2


Message to Advertisers:
All ads are non-iloindable Please
:heck ,our ad copy. rhe hril week
of pubicaioioni. 'We -ill lc, nappl,
credit fcr Ihe fiist run and. ,:rdils
are sublectto appeal b, the Pub.-
lisher If ad i cancelled prior to firs
insertion, cancellation must be
made br Ihe clNoassied deadline )
Friday by 5 p.m Ads mutl .:ompl#
with Federal Store or local laws.
We ore not responsIble or ad carn.
tent 'ds are ubjedcto approval by
the Publisher.


AUTOMOTIVE
NETWORK
4 Lines 4 Weeks
218,000 readers'

St Johns Counties
S mulion there fit p CiC Cbj 11a1 i


P PRIVATE

PARTY

S2 000wk '
Startingat refundable


Call2692999.2 .


,GARAGE

SALE
S trtinga at

$ 00

218,000 readers in Clay. Duval
& St. Johns Counlies

COMPLETE
MARKET
.COVERAGE,...

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

To reach our
office call:

269-2999-
Visit us at:
1560 Kingsley Ave, Suite I
i Orange Park, FL 32073


NO ABRVAIN
*AditonalLiesCa
be Purchase


Training &
Education
EARN YOUR HIGH School
Diploma at riome, in 6 months or
less. Work at your own pace.
Keep your present lot First
Coast Academy Call Ior tree
brochure 1-800-658-1180.
hri. "lIcahignschool.org cpf





Coming Soon
Lol'e's
Associates Piut'clrior
Hotline.
Protecting Associates

Sextial Harassment
Ininmidation
Coercion
Management -
Deception
N..,I wl lul k J .ib L,'.r,:'. _. :,ii. l.-,
%arageSales


Gigantic Moving Sale, Sat &
Sun, 22nd & 23rd, 9-5pm
10 Pc. Solid Oak Dining Rm
Set, Less than 1 yr Old, Org. -
$10K Now $3500; All Con-
tents Must Go, Moving!i
Electronics, Appliances,
Tools, Generator, Pressure
Washers. Too Much to List!
ALL Quality!
8738 Commonwealth Dr, Jax
2 Miles West of 295
904-504-3802.
Huge 5 Family Garage Sale
Sat. 22nd @8-lp
"1729 Ashwood Cir.
OP South Subdivision.
Huge Garage Sale
Furniture Items, Clothing,W/D,.
Tons of Household Items &
Decor. Sat. Oct 22nd 8a-2p
Brannan Mill Plantation Sub.
1722 Saw Lake Dr.
Huge Multi-Family Yard Sale!
Sat& Sun 810C.R. 217
Kids & Adult Clothes, Toys,
Furniture, Collectibles & More
Moving, 1496 Winslon Ln in
Breigton Sub in Eagle Harbor,
Sat 7:30-11:30pm, Dining Rm
Kitchen Set & Much More!
Moving Sale, Sat 22nd, 7-?,
Everything Must Go! Gen-
erator, King Bed,'Furn, Desk
4718 Rosemary St
Multi Family Sale, Sat & Sun
8-2pm, 3298 Peoria Rd off
College Dr in OP, Home AppI,
Furniture, Bikes & More


Private Party Line Rates: Commercial Line Rates Garage Sale Business & Svc. Directory
1 Paper 1 Paper 1 Paper:.$17.00 1 Paper
$9.00. 1-wk, $17.00 2 wks, $18.00 1wk, $32.00 2 wks, 3 Papers: $23.00 1x2 $105/mo,2x2 $189/mor
$22.00 3 Wks, $27.00 4 wks $46.00 3 wks, $58.00 4 wks 3 Papers
3 Paper Buy: 3 Paper Buy Employment 1x2 $210/mo,2x2 $367/mo
$13.001 wk, $25.00 2 wks, $30.00 1 wk, $53.00 2 wks, Spotlight r RATE GUIDE FOR:
$35.00 3 wks, $41.00 4 wks $76.00 3 wks, $88.00 4 wks (2" Minimum) ClayTday
(Animals, Cars, Renting or 1 Paper: $23 Per Inch
(Couches, T.V's, Beds, Selling a Home cr t.:. "-J.ert:e 3 Papers: $41 Per Inch .r n ..R.DER
Household Items, Etc.) Your Business or Services) ECOiDL& R-LORDER


This is 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,
Calitornia

Lost & Found E |


Lost Gold Ring, Size 9. With
6 Little Diamonds. 3 on Each
Side. Lost. Mon. Ocl. 3rd in
OP Area. Possibly One of The
Walman Siores. Tremendous
Sentimental Value '
28S4-5779
Professional


T ADOPTION
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
(Bar 559644)

Health
Medical
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 l-877-667-7088. Hablam-
os Espanol. cpf

Get Huge Discounts on Prescrip-
tion Drugs! Next day delivery
available! U.S. Licensed Phar-
macists! U.S. Licensed Doctors!
Discount packaging! 100% confi-
dential! Free.Physicians consul-
tation.
gww.consumerdiscounlrx.comidi
scount38 cpf

IMPOTENT? **Erectile Dysfunc-
tion** can be treated safely and
effectively without drugs or sur-
gery. Covered by Medicare!
SAlso, diabetic supplies & shoes
at little or no cost to you. 1-800-
815-1577 Ext 8 www.lifecaredia-
beticsupplies.com cpf


Professional


ORDER MEDS ONLINE OR BY_
PHONE Phentermine, Soma,
Ambien, Adipex, Carisoprodol,
Ultram, Viagra, Methocar-
bamol, Levitra. No previous
prescription required. Call toll
free 866-438-6656 or www.lnte-
graRx.com cpf

Pro. Services '
START.DATING TONIGHT!
Have Fun Plaving The Florida
Daiing Game For More Intorma-
non Call Toll Free 1-800-RO-
MA ICE E.<. 2369 cpf

FREE HOMEWORK HELP All
subjects, elementary to col-
lege. Go to
www.pathwhelp.org
(http://www.pathwhelp.org/)
for live online help or help via
email or message boards, all
from qualified teachers. Ab-
solutely free. Safe and secure
site. cpf





Attorney &
Legal Services WJ

"Law Offices of I
Cristina Fuschi"
ji:,-rri,,bil or.d .:':rion ujrri-.-r
r..r.:..uj,. t .:. t.i[0:,t ri:juoj o ri.1
aarrantr, .i,;u s

SIonr llorctenort
Sliding-scal e available
Clay County appts.

Swwwjacksonvilleconsumerlaw.com
904-725-6872.



**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!/7 days), Attor-
ney Amy Hickman, (Lic.


#832340). Website: adoption-
zone.com 1-888-812-3678 cpf
ARE YOU PREGNANT? Feeling
alone? Talk with caring people
who listen and can help. Living
Expenses Paid. Toll free 24/7
One True Gift Adoptions. 866-
921-05_65 cpf

*. PREGNANT"-. CONSIDER
ADOPTION Call 24/7 and re-
ceive pictures, information of lov-
ing couples wailing to adopt.
You choose Your Baby's Family!
Financial Assistance Available 1 -
866-236-7638 (Lic #123021) cpf

DIVORCE $175-$350* 2 hour
service available! Covers children,
elc. Only one signature required!
*Excludes govErnmeni lees Call
1-800-522-6000 exi. 70 (arni-7prim
Weekdays ) est 1977 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

ALL Accidents & Injury Claims
Automobile Bike/Boat/Bus *
-Animal Bites Workers Com-
pensation Wrongful Death*
Nursing Home Injuries "Pro-..
tect Your Rights" A-A-A Attor-
ney Referral Service
1-800-733-5342 cpf
BANKRUPTCY :DIVORCE
From $175 1-Signature or

Missing Spouse Divorce. In-
cludes Child Custody, Support,
Property and Debts. Also
Wills, Name Change and Incor-
poration. (We Come To You)
Free Infol 1-888-705-7221 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 Ser-
vice 1-800-733-5342 cpl


B7wing our 'Md IDtar to-
1560-1 idey Ain e ta receive
10% OTF your next Classed Ad.





(U IJ 1mOOPS


Insurance

Affordable healthcare! $59$1-19
month Individual/Family. Med-
ical, dental, prescriptions, vision,
hospitalization, all included!
We're not a discount card. We/
have insured benefits. 1-800-
520-4959. cpf
Financial
Loans J
$$ FREE MONEY! No Credit
Check. Home Repairs / Pur-
chase, Education, Business.
$5,000-$500,000. 1-800-306-
0873; 1-888-384-9608. Tracers,

Florida Institute
for Reproductive
SMedicine




STAFF
KE\IN L. WINSLOW. M.D.'
5,AMU L E. BROWN, M.D.'
DANIEL M: DUFFY, M.D.*

*Infertility, Reproductive,
Endocrinology/Board Certified

In Vitro Fertizilation
GIFT/ZIFT
Ovulation Inducdon
Male Interrlity (andrology)
Donor Egg
'Microsurgery
*- Laser Surgery.:
Tubal Reanastomosi4
Micromanipulative IVF
Menopause
Contraception
Menstrual Irregularities
Excessive Hair Growth
Congenital Anomalies
-. .e
All Major Insurances
& Tricare Accepted
4.
S www.nrijax.com



4 o o i Bv.





Datn Beac


hi




if
I,


ISA















EMPLOYMEIt TPOTLi IhTl


s .-




FOR YOU

"'m so glad I came here as a GN! Everyone
knows each other and managers. are very
helpful in making sure you feel comfortable."

Megan, RN, Med Surg
With OPMC Since 2004

SAt Orange Park Medical Center, we value your
-,- knowledge, spirit and determination. Whether you
have nursing e:.,perience, or are just starting out,.
'-"" ~ -A e we'll help you become even better at what you do.
N And here's how.



INTERNSHIP PROGRAM FOR GNS & RETURNING RNS
Applications Accepted Until November 4th Program Begins January 9th

New Pay Rates & Sign-On Bonus Available!

* Classroom Instruction & On-The-Job Experience
* Specialized Clinical Nurse Specialists & Nurse Preceptors
* Choice Of Practice Areas, With 8-16 Week Internships .
* Loan Forgiveness/Tuition Reimbursement
* NCLEX.Review Course Reimbursement
*Two-Year Commitment
'-Spce Is Limited & Time Is RUinii'iig Out... Apply Now To Secure Your Seat(..


Orange. Park Medical Centr
always here for you


S 2060 a Month +
BONUSES
Health & Nutrition Co.
Needs 16 People
to Start Now!
No Experience
Necessary Call:
904-213-2647


We're not just here for you.
We hear vou too. Call Terri Easterling, Nur-e Recruiter, at
904.276.8519 with any questions you may have.
Or simply apply online at www.opmedical.com;
EOE/Drug-Free W,:,r~'ii':. le F. C'.v.


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

269-2999


Co.r.Erq, s Corporation delivers outsourced _ilu~,:.r, : 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 Customer
Service Positions
* Days, evenings, weekends & holidays available
* ,ror ie ,r, ar :1 i. j i .l r ,cr.:'.,f'-.r t e ,'i -. r i'.a ,r ic" '" -~
* -.celirr, L niorin'ifr i wpe oe i.irpo. r ,ri rii L.: communication-skills
* .. n, ril r.n r,. F.ti ,i ,. n uljhii.mr I~ :n .,
* Credit Card, Staffing, Newspaper/Magazire. arid ":;r T'.:h Support -
,experience a plus!
Can't attend ouf Job Fair? Call a recruiter:
1-888-484-4473, ext: C2T-JAB7


Or apply online at:
www.convergys.greatjob.net
Media Code: C2T Job Code: JABT-


CONVERGYS
Outthnking Outdoing.


: cr.i.u,.'.j screen, credit check, en'l.:,-,.e .erii( i;,:r,
& drug screening r-nuir3d .i:,r,...er., .: r, E.'FE I.1 F .,


Part-Time
Pre-School
Sports Coach
ill Train.
,rust Have
Exp-rieic .e
With kids
904-881-7612
SCEo0016-4205


-, The Clay County
Salvation Army

is looking for a olufiteer seasonal Red
Kettle coordinator. This person can help
develop a list of potential sites. identify.
volunteerr groups to ring the bells and a plan to structure this
seasonal campaign. Coordination of counting, collecting and
accounting of the coin and currency taken in at the Clay
Count- Kettle sites. For more information on this position,
please call Major Allen Phillips at 904-276-6677.


THE ALLEGRO
SENIOR RETIREMENT
ASSISTED LIVING
,NO% HIRING FOR:

PART-TIMIE RECEPTIONIST
2-3 nights, 3PM-11PM
shift. Must be available
to work weekends.
.Computer experience
helpful. Maturity and
Dependability a must!
Please Apply in Person

The Allegro at Fleming Island
3651 Hwy 17, Orange Park 321A113
EOE/DFWP
CES-0009-4205


$750/wkly. (Free Gift)
http://www.capitalpublica-
: : tions.com SASE: Government
Publications, 1025 Connecticut
Ave.. N.W.. Ste 1012, Washing-
ton. DC 20036 cpl

$$CASH$$ Immediate Cash for- '
Structured Settlements, Annu-,
ies, Law Suits, Inheritances,
Mortgage Noies '&Cash Flows",
J.G. Wentworth #1 1-800-794-
7310 cpf .

CREDIT REPAIR!!! We Legally
remove negative information
from credit reports. Low cost.
Risk Free "Your credit is your
future" 888-687-1300 954-
747-3775 888-59U-SLCR
www.uslcr.com cpt

GO DIRECT @
DirectMortgage.com Your final
destination Ior all your financing
needs. No Obligation. Free Ser-
vice. Let us slart working for you
today' www.direclmorlgage com.
cpf -

LOANS BY PHONE. $100-
$1,000 Overnight. No Credit
Check! Bank Accouni Required
Free Call' 1-888-350-3722
iwww.paycheckloday.com (No
Faxing) cpf

$$ LUMP $$ SUM PAYOUTS


Gel Cash now from Structured
Setiermenis, Lonerv Prizes. Call
now! Toll Free- 1-800-ITS-CASH
1800.487-2274J cplt

MORE CASH for seniermients.
Waiting lor payments Over Time
on a settled lawsuit? Get more
Cash. Deal direct with ihe lead-
ers. NovarionCap.com 1-800--
337-6409 cpf

NEED A LOAN? No credit? Bad
credit? Bankruptcy? ,Repo?
Foreclosed? Personal-Aulo-
Consolidation Business Loans-
Available. "Helping people -
w'Creait Problems Since 1991."-
800-654-1816 Financial Security
Specialists cpf

TOQ 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
-'$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
- __ -' ._ .___ __


IFinancial
Loans

IMMEDIATE CASH NOW! Free-
dom Financial can give you fi-
nancial freedom. We pay Top
$$$ for lawsuit, Lottery or
Structured settlement pay-
ments. Call us Toll-Free 1-888-
880-7920 cpf
Financial

ATTENTION SENIOR CITI-
ZENS! Homeowner? Call about
Re. erse Mortgage w/no monthly
pavements Continue to own
home No credit / income qualifi-.
cations Federally approved &
insured. Dave Dowling, Senior
-Reverse Mortgage Specialist.
800-853-2106, x304. cpf

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

. 100% HOME FINANCING! Re-
gardless.of credit! All situa-
tions considered! Purchase /'
Refinance! Cash in.10 days!
.... GreatLow.Rates,. Get Immedi-


ate Loan Decisions. Free
credit report! Apply on-line at
WestshoreMortgage.com, 813-
854-2300, ext. 12 (Licensed
Mortgage Broker) crf
Tele- -t
communications _
FREE SPRINT-NEXTEL SANYO
200 FLIP PHONE $55 Plan. In-
cludes 1000 Minutes, Free
Nights/Weekends! No Money
Down! No Roaming Charges,
Free Shipping! Call Today! 1-
800-980-5485. cpf

HOME PHONE DISCONNECT-
ED' Gel Reconnected Fast' Or


Call Beforee
$29.99/mo.
Credit Chec
proval. 1-8f
can DialTon
CustomersS
Habla.Espal

NO PHONE
$24.95 Bas
ed Quickly!
plans avails
Transfer se
number. 1-
800-813-923
Habla Espa
basic servi


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


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).


Disconnection. -From
No Deposit, No For Your Fall &
k, Guaranteed Ap- Holidays to Come or Just for
66-447-2489, Ameri- that Everyday Cleaning
e, Connecting Weekly Bi-Weekly *
Since 1999! Se Monthly.
noli pf Rates Depend on Size of
Home! References Available
SERVICE??? 904-635-4676 Eileen
ic Get Reconnect- Honest Christian &
Long distance Dependable House Cleaning
able. no deposit. Any Occasion. Weekly /
rvice keep same Bi-Weekly. Free Est. Ref Avail
-888-467-8286 &-1- 904864-7774/904-406-5646
35. Instatone., Se
tnol. $24.95/Mo. House Cleaning, Honest &
ce. cpf Dependable. Reasonable
Rates. Weekly or Bi-Weekly
904-259-7369/904-477-1096
- -. -


General W

AIRLINE MECHANIC rapid
training for high paying career.
FAA predicts severe shortage.
FAA approved. Job Placement
Assistance. AIM 1-888-349-
5387. _cpf

SOpportlnffles-:.-i?W.
Proven Christian Home
Business. Many Have Made
$100,000 The 1st yr. Luxury
Bonus Car, Free Vacations,
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 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


October 20, 2005.1


Section B-14


CLAY TODAY CLASSIFIEDS 904-269-2999 FAXV 904-215-2456,











EMP#O'YMEFIf POTlIhT I


w-wo

Seeks 2 Stylists to Share Non-
Smoking Christian Environment
Positions Available Immediately.
Ask for Brenda
904-282-5828
or 904-412-2106

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

Landscapers :
Drainage Installers
Needed
Pay Based on Experience.
Valid FLDL Required.
Reliable Transportation a
must. Drug Test Required
904-483-6181


Carpenters & Carpenter
Helpers Needed
Tools and
Transportation
Top Pay
Clay County Area
Please Call
291-3020/838-0789


HEAVY EQUIPMENT
OPERATOR
TRAINING FOR EMPLOYMENT




Bulldozer, Backhoes, Loaders,
Dump Trucks, Graders,
Scrapers, Excavators
Next Class: Oct. 24"
-National Certification
-Financial Assistance
-Job Placement
-Train in Flordia
800-383-7364
Associaie Trarinng Servces 5
**w a ln-c.hools *.:orn



Experience working with
elderly residents in retire-
ment community. 5 days, 40
hours, 7:30am to 4:00pm,
some overtime may be
required. Occasional week-
ends and holiday work. One
Year experience preferred.
Rate negotiable. Good
benefits, apply Penney
Retirement Community
(904)284-8200 or
(800) 638-3138. Dnrug free |
Work Place & EOE |


-- ,,-----



Dental Assistant
Needed For
Small Office.
Fax Resume to
904-284-1159

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.

AAA FENCE CO.
OF N. FLORIDA
is looking for
Fence Installers & Helpers
Full Time
CALL (904) 269-2601


FT, M-F 8:30-5, Mandarin
Strong Multi-tasking Skills
inc. WP, Phone & Knowledge
of Jax Area.
Real Estate and/or Military,
Knowledge Helpful.
Salary $18,000)
Fax Ipg Resume 645-7808


Physician
Local outpatient
substance abuse
treatment
provider is
currently hiring.
P/T contracted'
position, 2 hlrs
per day, M-F.
Fax CV to Nina
Simpson @
904-346-0837.

Family Life Care, Inc
Is seeking a full-rime accounting
analyst for its Green Coe Springs
-office. Qualificanons include a
minimum of I year accounting
experience, be proficient in
Microsoft Excel and ten-key.
Must be self-motivated and
comfortable talking to clients and
vendors. Additional consideration
for any of the follo't ing:
Business Works accounting.
%vinesap software or medical
billing and collections. Please
fax a current resume to: "
(904) 215-1336
*- CES-0015-4205


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





Full Time. Orange Park |
Location. Real Estate |
Experience Required.
Email resume to:
kim@vanguardgmac.com
Vanguard Q_.AMAC


S;Production 0
Machine Operator
& Cooler Positions
For Milk Processing
Plant. All Shifts.
Apply at 4169 CR 15A
(Oakridge Ave. G.C.S.)
Improved Benefits
DFWP


TLC, INC
WE ARE
GROWING!
GREAT BENEFITS
CALL
904.771 8889
6655 BLENDING BLVD
EOE/DFWP


Sales Tech
Fast Growing Video.
Surveillance Co. Needs,
Motivated Personnel.
Unlimited Income
Opportunity
904-259-9243
CES-0013-4205

6-8 Hours a Day.
Jack of all Trades
8 ocreea :a







Muluple Posi onrs Must l Haec
C rent CDLor Class D Licenrse
No MoBig Violanions within
3 years.Applicants Must Pass DOT-
PhN-ica'lTENe'Exam`Drug Test
Requirements. Please
I




or Gener al Nleial TrnqCouncilon .



Agine, Inc ts1A Wailnut Street. Green
C. e Spnngq. FL 23104 EOfE AD \

cLt, cowoty *ur d cr. ^-Kjr. in E


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


FT CNA 40 Wk
Rate Negotiable.
Apply Penney
Retirement
Community..
904-284-8578
Drug Free
Work Place & EOE
CES-O0012-3605


Concrete Boom
Pump Operator
0 m- B CDL Required
Experienced Preferred
But Will Train, Good Pay:

904-81 3-4983-
..........................----.-...


Jobs Available

Granger Lumbert

Job Line

904-4- -2 4
CES,0006-3305


VAT'C-CON operator'
CDL Class B
TEA2 hr/OSIHA 8hr,
Certification. 2-Year
Minimum Experience in
Jet-Vacuum & TV
Underground Lines with
Aries Equipment. Call
904-564-5088
Advertise your Employment
Ads to Clay County and
Surrounding Area Residents.
Call 269-2999
for rates and info.
JOIN MANAGEMENT
TEAM OF
DIRECTOR AND
ANOTHER SUPERVISOR
SUPERVISORY/
LEAD COOK
EXPERIENCE REQUIRED
Applr
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.
904.272.2609

SUB CREWS
FRAMERS* PUNCHOUT
WALL BOARD
CARPENTERS' HELPERS
Needed Imniediately
for Orange Park and Argvle
area. Call days or evenings. j
904-298-1222 or
904-591-5593


SPT-LTCF
ex erience preferred.
ste Negotiable.
f enne Retirement ,
:Communit, Janis .Pk:e
(901-) 28+-85 82/ 2
D niane Lutzen
: (9o+)284-857. I
P \'.'; ::- P: i


Experienced
Frame Carpenters
Helpers and'Subcrews
Needed Imtitediately.
1: ContactiDaniel
S449-ZW or
Ron 34m8362

HOME HEATH CARE
We are '49,ng for
people with heart for
caring.t lhl the
following positions:
Home Health Aides
Sitter/Comp/
Homeworkers
Apply in person M-Th
9am-Noon & 2-4pm at
1511 Montana Ave.
Jax FL 32207
call 904-306-9729,
ext: 2302
An EOE M/F/V/D

AptMgr/Maint Tech
Needed -for local apt complex.
Benefits include rent-free apt,
paid vac, sick time & holidays.
SWill consider two person team
or individual. Mgr needs office1
skills. Maint Tech should be
fanuliar with all phases of apt
turn and maint. Mail resume
or Itr of interest to 7865
Southside Blvd. Jacksonville,
FL 32256, or fax to
(904) 642-0972
EOE
I


Section B-15


CLAY TODAYCLASSIFIEDS 904-269-2999 FAX,7 904-215-2456


October 20, 2005






.Tecj.CUI o 9 4 2-- -- --0 O 2 0


BE YOUR OWN BOSS Earn sig-
nificant income selling Ihe Amen-
can Dream ol Home Ownersnip.
Proven program includes quality
leads and company support. Call
1-877-673-4442, visit www.Ameri-
canHomePartners.com cpf

Drink/Snack Vend Biz. Great Lo-
cations $4495 1-866-823-0223
AIN #B02410 cpf

COMIENZATU PROPIO NEGO-
CIO! Gana 48% y Mas! Vende
Por Catalogo Productos De
Cama'Y Bano. Prestigiosa
Marca Intima. Llama Sin Costo.
1-877-426-2627 Catalogo Gratis!
www.Colchaslntima.com 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


COMPANY' EXPANDING in your
area. $1380 Weekly Guaran-
teed. Work from home, No ex.
perience. 1-866-402-5889 cpf

DATA ENTRY Work From
Home. Flexible Hours, $$Great
Pay$$ Personal Computer Re-
quired. Serious Inquiries Only.
1-800-873-0345, Ext. 900 cpf

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

'DRIVERS LCT WANTS YOU!
Performance Bonus paid quar-
terly. OTR drivers, solos or-
teams. 3 months experience &
CDL-A/ HAZ required. Full ben-_
efits package. 2000-2005
Equipment. Call 1-800-362-
0159; 24 hours. LCTransporta-
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


I ~~~ 'W piOportunities -. '


GOVERNMENT JOBS Earn Up
to $12 to S48/Hour 'Full Med-
ical/Dental Benefits, Paid
Training Clerical, Administra-
tive, Homeland Security,
'Wildlife, Law Enforcement! 1-
800-320-9353 Ext 2005 cpt

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 Immediately:
No experience necessary. 1-
800-294-3944 ext. 117-
www.easywork-greatpay.com
cpf

MOVIE EXTRAS, ACTORS &
MODELSI Make $75-$250/day.
All ages and faces wanted! No
exp. Required. FT/PT! 1-800-
644-8271 cpf


Show your Military 9D to receive

* 10% off all Classified Ads.






9-1 Kingsley Ave.


Pro-Painlers

Prime: 541-0433
Cell: 505-3901

Al wrgurned


5" & 6"
30 Years Experience
All Work Done by
Owner. Free Estimates.:
Licensed/Insured
904-695-1065


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

Now Hiring for 2005 Postal Po-
sitions $18.50-$59.00+/hr. Full
Benefits/Paid Training and Va-
cations No Experience Neces-
sary 1-800-584-1775 Public
Announcement Reference
#9601 cpf

Now Hiring for 2005 Postal 'Posi-
tions $18.50-$59.00-'hr. Full
Benefits/Paid Training and Vaca-
tions No Experience Necessary
1-800-895-5492 Public An-
nouncement Reference #9602 cpf

UP TO $4,000 WEEKLY!!- Exciting
Weekly Paycheck! Written Guar-
antee! 11 Year Nationwide Com-,
pany Now Hiring! Easy Work,
Sending Out Our Simple One
Page Brochurel 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. Alol ol opportuni-
ties. 1-800-493-3688 Code F92
cpf


Hablo Espabiol
Veronica Cisneros
Realtor
904-349-2444
Alliance Reatn Group


Still Time For Christmas
CUSTOM 1UILT-IN CABINETRY


Entertainment Centers
CD & Tape Storage
Suspended Compartments
for Audio-Video Components
Crown Molding -
Single or Multi-Piece
Chair Rail
* Mantles & Fireplace Surrounds
Offices


Re-Roofs & New Roofs
10% Off All Labor
CALL BRIAN Cell: 904-910-5960 uCC132655iSlae Certified


7.9.


OVER 30 Y EARS EXPERIENCE
Rick Williams (904) 880-1226
LICENSED ALND INSUJRED 1477S4-OOO0-2


$990.00 WEEKLY INCOME
mailing our sales brochures from
home Genuine opportunity.
Supplies provided iNo selling or
advertising. Free postage.-Call
1-775-996-1351 (24 hours) Cpt

$1,,380 WEEKLY Stuffing En-
veiopes No Exp. NIecessarvi
$50 Cash Hiring Bonus" Guar-
anieed in Wriling!" Call 1-800
813-2669 cpf -

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

$2000 WEEKLY! Mailing 400
brochures! Free supplies &
postage! Start immediately. 1-,
800-926-9954. Call now for free
information! cpf

PetsForSafe


2 Grey & White Cockatiels
3yr Old Male & 2yr Old
Female W/ Lg Cage+Sm
Cage, Everything $100
272-7950






Hausehoad Go0s41 |


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


Tractor &-Bush--
Hog Service. |

S .Ii' ', I
':i ..l-b L I 1- -- -ui

291-1763
HOME H I
838-8203
MOBILE





1'.NSED AND INSURI
Gregory P Greer. Owner



COMMERCIAL AND
RESIDENTIAL SERVICES
"We work while
you rest"

J l'"-'U TOD Y!


Household Goo6d&l I


Brand Name Queen Sel w'
Factory Warranty. Iew in
Plastic $119. Can Deliver
S904-398-5200

Cherry Ent. Center $175. An-.
:. ique Mirrored Dresser $175,
Electric Stove $125. Veneer
Oak Ent. Center $60, Huge.
Southwest Style Painting $65
904-614-2065
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
Tile Kitchen Table W/ 4
Chairs, 42" Extends to 58"
Forrest Green $250obo
284-5136/912-313-0437


An Estate Bedding Sale
Twin $39. Full $59, Oueen
: $89, King' $99. Middleburg
Call A Mattress 904-282-1200
Mattress Sets
Brand New in Plasiic,
Queen $125, King'$150
Memory Foam $340 484-6177
A+ POOL HEATERS FACTORY
DIRECT: Solar, Heat Pump or
Gas. Complete do-it-yourself
pool heater kits. Phone quotes,
installation available in most


BROKEN SPRIMSC -
PNE. REPLACEMENT
OPENERSINSTILED
AAT) REPAIRED

'FRPc EERnALtE ,AND
SAFEnIT NPECTIONS
24 HouR
EMERGENCY SERIMICE
- NEw INSTALUATl)NS



THE HAPPY
GARAGE
DOOR MAN, INC.
C.uAL. 705-1738


ALL TYPE OF
HOME REPAIR
Vinyl Siding
Drywall Wood *
Screen Room Repair
& Much More.
30 Years Experience
904-545-5650 c
Licensed/Insured


T vertise On This Page, Call



-.: -.- 904-269-2999


October 20, 005


CLAY TODAY CLASSIFIEDS,904--269-2999 FAM,904-215,2456


S ti n B-16







October 20, 2005,


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


Section B-17


areas. 1-800-796-0951
www.TheEnergySuperMarket.co
m Lic #CWC029795, Insured.
Dealer inquiries welcome. cpf

Garages, .Barns, Carports. Car-
ports starting $595 (12'x21')
Galvanized steel. 2 Styles, 13
Colors to choose from. Free in-
stallation. Call for free quote on
any size. Florida Certified
20year warranty available. 386-
736-0398 jcscarport-
sandgarages.com cpf

GENERATOR SILENT DIESEL,
5500 Watts, 10hp, sound proof
enclosure, electric start. Cost
$3,800, never used take
$1,900. Email: usuallyhome-
days@hotmail.com I can for-
ward pictures and information.
(Home/Cellular is'Toll Free)
1-877-525-8088

LUMBER LIQUIDATORS
HARDWOOD FLOORING from
.99 CENTS SQ. FT. Exotics,
Oak Bamboo, Prefinished &
Unfinished. Bellawood w150
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 Mattress-
es, Warranty. Cost $1995, sell,
$399, Queen; $499, King. All
sizes available. Free Delivery!
Tempur-Pedic Authorized Deal-
er. Gudrarteed Best Price!
Electric Adjustables for Less! 1 -
866-476-0289, 813-493-1222,
727.733-9334
www.mattressdr.com cpf

METAL ROOFING: Save $$$
Buy Direct from Manufaclurer
Twenty (20) colors with all acces-
sor;es in stock Quick Turn-
around. Delivery available. Call
Toll Free. 1-888-393-0335 cpf

STEEL BUILDIrIGS FaScor
Warenouse Oversi"okke' Mus.
Liquidaie howm" 25', 30 30'.-4.
33x48, 40.6 0. -15x72.51-.:100.
55x150. Can Deliver Now
Huge Discour.tsr Call 1-800-211-
9593 ,'24 cpl

.il STEEL BUILDING SOURCE
SINCE 1980! 'Call for Honesty
and Iniegritv! All Sizesi 1-888-
S425-7755 cpl








Pressure Washing
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
ol All Kinds. Re-roofs and
New rools. We Get the Job
Done Right!
Insured/Bonded Call Brian
Cell 904-910-5960
Home 352-473-8340


Tree Servics',


BoB's
STUMP GRINDING
AND TREE SERVICE
Tree Removal, Tree Trimming, Etc.
FREE ESTIMATES
Call 904.955.3074
Lcen.ed & r,.:..re ,:
Includes Workman's Compensation.
USN RETIRED

MARSHALL HATCHER
LOGGING
WE BUY PINE,.
CYPRESS & HARD WOOD
(904) 282-2034 OR
(8771 272-0623


Waipii ng.
PTr Rent


I GOVERNOR SPRINGS
APARTMENTS


Residential/Commercial
FREE ESTIMATES
13 years experience
All Work Guaranteed *
References, Insured
WALLPAPERING
904-282-4943
CLT-Q058-2805

Landscaping
Lawn Care _j |


STEVE'S
LAWN SERVICE
For Your Total Lawn Care!
Call Noh for Y,..'i i ,, *. o,
Scheduledl- 1 i. .,
Mowing -: LEdiing
!. Trimmilig : .Lrafl Remial
4- Fertilizing -:. Mis. l"rlk
RESIDENTIAL/( 1IllILIt( IL.
FREEES71MA TEa


S695-1412

Mow-No-More
Lawn Care Services
We Work While You Rest-
Business & Residential
Senior Discounts Available
904-864-4706 Lic/Ins

Miscellaneous


Happy Garage Door Man
Your Garage. Door Needs
Broker, Sprinas Panel
Replacements, Openers
Installed & Repaired,
24 Hour Emergency Service,.
New Installations
904-705-1738
Still in Time for Christmas
Cusion Buli-inr Cao;neiry
Enien.,irinmeri Cerners
Suspended Companmeni.t
Cr:.wrn [Lloldrg
Chnar Rail
Mantles & Fireplaces
O'.ber 30 ''ear. Experierice-
90 4-8.80-i1226 Lic Ins
*CERTIFIED MOLD REMOVAL*
-Certified mold inspections. :
100% satisfaction guaranteed.
Insurance claims accepted.
Over 25yrs water damage expe-
rience. "Why waitl ,Keep your
familysafe & rieaiiriv" 1-877-
881-1296 cpf

BATHTUB REFINISHING ...
Renew / Change Color. Tub,
Tile, Sink & Chip Repair. Com--
mercial &-Residential. 5yrs.
Warranty. Ouick Response. In-
sured. Serving Florida Over
10yrs. "Florida's-Tub Doctor."
1 -888-686-9005- cpf






Townhouses &
Condqo For Rent 0

-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, 4500 Sq. Ft.,
417 Sq. Ft. Porch & Wet Bar
$1195/mo + 495/dep .,
904-291-3649/904-307-3674
Www.Ravinescondo.Com

Apartments
For Rent

CLAY SPRINGS APARTMENTS
A CREAT PLACE TO LIVE! 1, 2 & 3
BR HC AND NON-HC ACCESSIBLE
APARTMENTS. R-ENTAL ASSIS-
TANCEMAY BE -ILA.LS HUD
VOUCHERS ACCEPTED.
CALL 904-284-5159 TbD/TTY711
101 JOEY DRIVE.G-CS, FL.
EQUAL HOUSING, OPPORTUNITY


"Green Cove Springs"
Now Accepting Applications.
Rent based on income.
2 and 3 Bedrooms
Central Heat & Air
Kitchen Appliances
Carpet
Call 904-284-7751
Monday-Friday .
S9:00 a.m. to
:S'g?' 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. -
1 5:00 p.m.

CLT-0034-0305

ST. JOHNS-
APARTMENTS
ORANGE PARK
.Now Accepting Applications for


For more information call:
T1D [8001955-8770
(904] 272-1448
Monday-Friday l* Oanmipm
Equal Housing C'| i' .



Now Accepting Applications
Cove Apartments
Appliances Carpet *
*- Small Back Patio*
Storage Room*.
Sorry No Pets!
Call 904-284-1901
Equal Mousing Oppor.unit',

O.P. 2Br. 2Ba Fireplace, Wet
Bar, Vaulted Ceilings
Washer Dryer H.:okup. fJeA
Carpet, Paint. Appliances
Private Yard, $575 Mo +- Dep.
No Feli 800-3.83-4419

Homes For Rent \


Argyle 3/2 Rental W Lort.
FP Screened Porch
84-18 Boysenberry Ln.
$1175Mo, NoaApp: Fee.
367-1818 Duval Realty

Fleming Island 2.'2.5 Renlal
1500 Calming Water Dr..Ste.
5302. $1000/Mo,No App Fee
376-1818 Duval Realty
For Rent 3BD/1BA Large
Fenced Backyard, Close to
Schools. $900Mo/$900 Dep.
608'West ST, GCS 626-5428
Julington Creek Unfurnished
Rental 2/2.5,W/D Conn,
Lovely Neighborhood.
348 Southern Branch Ln.
$1000Mo, No App. Fee.
367-1818 Duval Realty

OP 3/2 Fenced Yd, New Ap-
pliances, Tile, X-Clean, New
Carpet, 1 Car Garage,
$875Mo $850Dep 994-9007
Rental, Off Collins Rd 2/2
8572 Pine Verde Ln.
$695,Mo+No App. Fee
376-1818 Duval Realty
South Orange Park, 3br/2ba,
1 Car Garage, Partially
Fenced Backyard, $1000/mo
904-.545-7256'904282-7150
3/2 Off Doctor's Lake Dr, 2
Car Garage. Security System,
N-, Pers. $1150'mo Inc. Water
904-269-1835

Office .. ..
Retail Spacei.-, I V_ J

(2) New 1200 Sq. Ft., Office
Retail Units on US 17, G:C.S,
BB4 $1400/mo 940-673-4019


Mobile Homes
For Rent

For Rent 2003 2BD2BD2BA on 1
Acre w/ Shed Near-220 &
Brannonfield. W/D hookup.
$700Mo, 1st/Last Dep.
904-406-0666

MB, 2br/1ba, 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
2br/1.5ba, AC, On One Acre,
$550/mo + $'30C0.ep
Reference Req'd 276-1579,
24X56 DW MH With House
Roof 3/2 Clay Cty Execellent
Condition. Buyer Move $5000.
9014-627-697q
2BR/2BASinglewide in
Middleburg. References
Req., No Pets $595Mo + Dep.
282-4289






Homes
For Sale V

Behind on Your House
Payments? We Can Help You
Save Your Credit & Pay You
Cash! 904-384-1712

Mobile Homes
With Land For Sale

Rent to Own. Nice 3ir/2iba.
Doublewirie. CH'A, on 1 Acre
Under LgOak.Tree., Aval-.t
Now. Must Have Good Credit
$80K 904-284-5712

Out Of
AreaiState V 1
A FREE BROCHURE Ai Western
C rc,'iinr Real Esiate. we other [he
a-.t nmouniair. prcperites in I ilrnh
Carol;na. H'rnmes. and Land Avail-
able. Call 1-800-924.2635 Wes-i-
ernCar-.liriaRE.corn rpi

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

All Western North Carolina
Mountain Properties: Homes,
cabins, acreage, farms, creek &
lakefront properties. ERA CAR-
OLINA MOUNTAIN HOMES
REAL ESTATE 5530 W US 64,
Murphy, NC 28906. www.croli-
namtnhome.com Call Toll Free
for free brochure 1-800-747-
7322 Ext. 101. 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

ARKANSAS HOT SPRINGS
VILLAGE ARKANSAS World's
Largest Gated Community. 8,
Championship. Golf Courses
1,743 Builders Lots in Fastest
Selling Areas. Starting from
$11,000 954-319-7954 cpf

BEAUTIFUL FALL COLORS of
Tennessee Mountains!! f..lontea-
gle-Sewanee, 600+ Acres;,
Tracts, 5 Acres & up. 4 miles ,
from 1-24. Gated & secluded!
Gorgeous bluff & creek. Wooded
lots. George, Timberwood De-
velopment Co., 423-949-6887
www.timber-wood.cori cpf

BEAUTIFUL TENNESSEE
MOUNrTA ll LOTS Breathtaking-
Views River Access Ideal for
Fishing, Hunting, ATV Horse-
back Riding. Near Dale Hollow


$$ WE BUY TIMBER $$

Logs and Pulpwood 1 acre or larger

DIAMOND TIMBER, INC.

"For a Quality Cut"

Call: Kent Williams


904-282-5552


M larch
(y Dimes D-
,, *' Dur,,ng N ,. member -
S- ;' PremnTacuirty A,,-eres Month-
or anytime:
For more information about Prematurity wear pink & blue -
send letters and e-mails
Awareness. Day activities on the First Coast share your story
contact the March of Dimes at 904-398-2821 give out awareness wrist bands


Lake Perfect for Cabin Weekend .
Get-A-Way. Great Investment
Property. Utilities Owner Fi-
nancing From $15.900 '931-
839-2968 cpf.

Beautilul Western NC Call for a
Free Brochure 1-800-841-5868
Son Homes, Acreage & Invest-
rmeni properties Cherokee
M,:,uniairi Realty 1285 West US
Hwy 64 Murphy,.NC 28906
www .' cherole m,:,juritarirealt,,.: o
m cpl

Break Out Of the City Lake-
front Home Waters Lake
Gilchrist County. 3/2 home,
4.8 acres. Ready to move in.
$256,000 MLS# 748626
Thompson Group, Broker
Carri-Anne Powell, Realtor
352-222-9590-
ttgcarri@aol.com opf

CABINS, LOTS, LAKEFRONT .
mountain views, Forest Service
frontage, Blue Ridge, GAthas it
all. Please call toll free... 1-
-8..-8.:12-4201 ., ID#0000,.
Mountain Investments of North
Georgia for recorded re-.ssage
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 cpl

Come To Trhe Beautiful Moun-
tains 01l Murprhy, I I C. Free
Brochure Investors Realty 1-.
800--197.333-1 Email. in.
eslorsrllitbrrmem,: nei [iJew
Log Cabins w/land From
$139,900. 1 Acre View Lots
W/all Utilities From $27,900








Section B-18


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


October 20, 2005


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/Boot.
Call Gary Akins@278-3322
$241,900


261654 Spacious 4/2 on well
manicured-corner 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 Harmon
@278-3319 $192,900


49973 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 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 w/landscaped
yard & room for a pool, tile entry
16x12 dining w/dental crown
moulding & chair rail, this 3/2
home is a must see! -
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 i-..,-T, l- ,]...
split- bedrooms, r..i-.,h l :. :.,
newer carpet, 42" cabinets, eat-in
i; h, e,, i'.',, i,I. .fireplace
S. l,.-.-,.d window in breakfast
room and F.--.:,h .i:. .:.. I ,-.n-,.l I;-
ing area.
Call.Nancy Wentz@278-3316
$324,900


. 260066 Heavily wood, highly
sought after lot the backs '.:. ie
1:.. ..T.. ..r, h : .m ust
-: a,- ,,jl l I. i -lI./l- nd dry*

Call Pebble Capes@278-3314
5160,000


264379 This home features .3/2,;
new roof, new siding,b '.
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
S5148,000


265218 b-.uil...l Oakleaf Home!
t-,: 4 .:.iTr leatures42" maple.

h,., ,, l.:.h :il .,. ,:i.:.rQ :."..

Q.rd..-,- p). e p r.. .. ,rd yr.-.:e y.rd
Call Karen Wentz@278-3325
315,000


264867 BP. ..i.,ul:L.V1.d- ..- ; .:.T,.
mi h.I...u ....ly I'epi li lh., r: | .r;
Sjd e..,pri .ore J ord ', .
glassed Florida room, paver patio,
,,3.,dter, ,,,J n .d:,L,, 'Li,-.l.
Call Nancy Wentz@278-3316
5349,900


4701 Hwy. 17 S. Suite. 107
Orange Park, FL 32003
269-9707
CLT-01194205


Vacation Renlals www.in-
vestorsrealtyinc.com cpf

ESCAPE BEAUTIFUL WEST-
ERN N.C. MOUNTAINS Free In-
formation & Color Brochure.
Mountain Properties Spectacular
Views Cabins, Homes, Creeks &
Investment Acreage Appalachi-
an Land Co. 1-800-213-7919
Murphy NC's Largest RE Firm
www.appalachianland.com cpf

FLAGLER ESTATES 1+ Acres
Builders Lots from $33,000. Call
954-588-1061 cpf

FORECLOSED HOMES $0 or
Low Down! HUD, VA, FHA. No
Credit OK! For Listings, 1-800-
446-6054 x0002 cpf

FORECLOSURES FROM
$199/MONTH.' 4% down, 30
years @ 5.5% APR. Stop Rent-
ing! For Listings Call 1-800-749-
8124, Ext. 5762 cpf

GEORGIA- BULLOCH COUN-
TY, 6.25 Acres to 32.5 Acre Lots
for sale. Larger Hunting Tracts
Available! Plantation Properties
& Land Investments.' 912-764-
4462 or 912-764-5263 www.ga-
landbrokers.com cpf

GEORGIA TAYLOR COUNTY
278 AC $1,639/AC Pond site,
hardwood bottom, Planted pines,
Big Deer! Will not divide! 404-
362-8244 St. Regis Paper Co.,
LLC cpf

GEORGIA 327 heavily wooded
acres with creek, in Houston
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 cpf

GOV'T HOMES! $0 Down! Tax
Repos & Foreclosures! No Cred-
it OK! $0/Low Down! Call For
Listings! 1-800-728-6781 Ext.
0005 cpf

HOMES FROM $7,000! Foreclo-
sures! HUDS! 1-3 Bedrooms
Available For Listings Call 1--
800-749-8124, Ext. 5577 cpf

HUNDREDS OF LOTS Port St.
Lucie, Indian Lakes, Vero, North
Port Charlotte, Ocala & Palm
Bay New Areas Tennessee &
Arkansas Prima Properties 561-
575-1440 Check our web site for
prices; sizes & maps. prima-
properties.com cpf

KENTUCKY Beautiful wooded
tracts! Incredible views, lakes, &
creeks. 2 acres $500 down,
$154/mo.. 5 acres $600 down,
$215/mo; 10 acres $1,000
down $325/mo. Selling Fast!
270-791-7725 www.YourLand--
Kinog.com cpf

KENTUCKY 200 acres, beautiful
rolling hills, breathtaking views,
large lake for fishing, barns, tim-


To inquire about placing an ad
in this section, call 269-2999.


AUTO
DONATIONS
DONATE YOUR
CAR...T: Tr,, -.:. .
STrH:.: j 75, C I'C.
T,,r,,,a .-,.:, T aH,
"o,. ,r ,, 'T .
u ".As35-

S1.000 GIFT
DONATE YOUR CAR
r. C, 5,. .iA .:-" .n

S-888 HUG-KIDS
S(484-5437) -


BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES
Typists Needed! Get
F ,,g ,J L',, 3 ,:.i, T r


ujll Tra rioQ Pru.1--,J
Immediate Openings
Now Available. Register
.Online Todayl
wvww HomeTypers cornm
$$EARN INSTANT
CASH$$
al.:.. O d,r.i i ,1,,1; E-
.:- '0. P, E..1 .
;ua i'. ,,-,l.i.' Ha',,r,cks!

0,n r,, .T .:. ,.r,
.vailablel. Partner Up
With Our Website-Make
swwn.RealCashProqram
s.com
Movie Extras, Actors,
Models!-
Make $100 $300/Day
No Exp. Req.,.FT/PT
All Looks Neededl
Call 1-800-799-6151
'*'-$5000.-$50,000++
FREE CASH GRANTS!
20051 NEVER REPAY!
Personal/Medical Bills,
School, Business/Homel
Approx. $49 billion left
unclaimed 20041 Live
Operators, CALL NOW!
1-800-681-5732
Extension 26

EMPLOYMENT
*"$500.-$100,000++
FREE CASH GRANTS!
20051 NEVER REPAY!
Personal/Medical Bills,
School, Business-Home!
Live Operators, Almost


-. C. L',D I jE ,
CALL NOW! 1-800-274-.
5086, Extension 24

FINANCIAL
****$5,000-
$500,000++FREE CASH
GRANTS 2005!
NEVER REPAY!
P. : I 4 1 i i.;ii

m :,i : ,, ; J ii. I-,:,
r" :.' .. rC LL I ':','


DROWNING IN DEBT?,
i- I,. I 'n Ec .. 'r,
Fi ..r > s i ar.,i.lly
l ir.: : i C iJ De

N >:|A T. l l.Fr ; 1.M ,r ,.


HOME
FURNISHING
GRANDFATHER CLOCK
Beautifully'Handcrafted
by Holland House. Solid
Wood. Stands over 7 feet
tall. New in box. With
warranty. Must sell.
Can deliver. $295
1-800-657-4.157

LOTTERIESI
MONEY TO LEND

-$$$Get your CASH
NOW$$
S,.- .T.,.. I,,jr hulu s.,
ments from lawsuits; ,
anhnuities, lotteries.
Call Prosperity
Partners to cash.in.
800-373-1353
.wDw ppicash.com


41A4: .,: www Ihelinan-
iasouon MISCELLANEOUS
INJURY LAWSUIT- $,000-
CASHI! Lawsuit $500,000+FREE CASH
Dragging? Need,$500- GRANTS! 20051 NEVER
$500,000 within REPAY!
S.:. Fu s- .F r.:,- .i'T.1 .j;,:I E il
credit check. Live Operators, Approx.
1. --. p ...,:.r .' l i' r .ji: i
www.uryadvaces.co -270-LL ,. iv. I.
www.injuryadvane 800-270-:1'3 Ei,-,..:,-o,


HELP WANTED
*MOVIE EXTRAS'

All .Looks/Types Needed.
I.. : .
*ie ".*l:,*.'**.1,,:.

Videos, commercials,
Film, Print. Call Toll Free
7 daysi 1-800-260-3949
Ext 3504

SECRET SHOPPERS
NEEDED
For Store Evaluations.
Get Paid to Shop. Local
Stores, Restaurants, &
Theaters. Training
Provided, Flexible Hours,
Email Required..
1-800-585-9024
ext. 6262
$$$$$ Weekly eBay
Resellers Needed.
Come Work With Us
Online. Use Your Home
Computer. No
Experience Required.
Call Online Supplier 1-
800-940-4943 Ext. 1889


-3 .
*VIAGRA"
:F i', ,:,,i:l,.:.r, ilr r.ln
ili .r, i ,,, "
(30 blue tabs '100mg
"$89.95)

FREE ru, .jr.,
1-888-527-0870 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
your cable today.
Call for Details
1-800-230-2564-
www.satellite-connec-
tion.com

SPAS/HOT TUBS
New 7 person spa,
loaded. $96/month
Thru Home Depot.
Cover, warranty.
-Can Deliver.
866-776-0999


ber. pasture and tarmground
Excellent deer / turkey hunting
$395,000. Also 3,500 acre farm,
may divide 270-556-3576 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
C588@Clayton.net 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.

MURPHY, NC: 2BR/2BA Chalets
starting at $139,900, also
2BR/2BA Single level log sided'
starting at $133,000. Pre-Con-
struction now taking reserva-
tions.. Century 21 (Foxfire Realty
Group), 1-877-387-6677, .
www.C21 Foxfire.com cpf

N.C. MOUNTAIN Fall Foliage
Land Sale Waterfalls,
Panoramic Views, Riverfront &
Great Location. Limited Avail-
ability. Call for details. 1-866-
930-5263 cpf

NC MOUNTAINS Log cabin
$89,900. New shell on secluded
site. Very scenic view. Cool
mountain temperatures.
Acreage available w/50 mile
lookouts. Free Info. Excellentfi-
nancinq ..1-828-256-1004
.(New Ad Copy) cpf

NC RIDGES. Mountaintop Com-
munities Extraordinary view.lots
in gated, golf, lake, equestrian
community. 2hrs from Atlanta!
Homesites $100K $300K.
Phase 1 closeout w/Developer
Incentives. Liniiled availability
Call for reservations 1-866-997-
0700 / visit www.Ridgeslifecom
cpf

NO RENT! $0 Down! No Cred-
it Ok! Government Foreclosed
Homes! SO/Low Down! Call
For Listings. 1-800-728-6753
Ext. 0003 cpf

NORTH CAROLINA LAND!!! 2
acres, well, septic, $19K. 16
acres, pond, $79K. 4 acres,-
$22K. Rolling farmland near.
Raleigh I Durham / Research


Triangle. N.C. Surveyed,
-perked, by owner. For pic-
tures:
owner@newbranch.com 919-
693-8984 cpf

NORTH GEORGIA.Imagine!
The Most Spectacular Views.
Lakes, golf, marina,iNantahala
Forest, Land/ Cabin kit packages
$99,900. Limited Availability. 1-
888-389-3504 ext. 306 cpf

PUTNAM COUNTY Inter-
lachen / Palatka / Satsuma /
Keystone Builders Lots from
$13,000. Call 954-588-1061 cpf

Serene Mountain Golf Home-
site $342/month., Breathtaking
views. Upscale golf communi-
ty set amid Dye designed 18
hole course in Carolina Moun-
tains. Near Asheville, NC. A
sanctioned Golf Digest Teach-
ing.Facility! Call toll-free 1-
866-334-3253 x 975.
www.cherokeevalleysc.com.
Price:.$69,900, 10% down, bal-
ance financed at 4.49% fixed,
24 month balloon, OAC. cpf

TENN. Mountain Acreage 5
Acres, Beautiful Mountain Top
building site Atop the Cumber-
land Plateau. w/ River Access.
Perfect Weekend Get-A-Way.
$24,900 Owner Financing.
Ask About Mini Vacation Call
800-763-0085 772-263-3775
cpf

TENNESSEE BEAUTIFUL LAKE
LOTS AND HOMES. Great lake-
front living! Starting at $49,900.
20,000 acre all sports lake.
Nearby golfing. Close to
Nashville. 1-888-292-5253
Greyhawk Properties. cpf

TIME SHARE RESALES Save
60%-80% Off Retail!! Best Re-
sorts & Seasons Call for Free
Catalog! 1-800-850-8783
www.Holidaygroup.com/fp 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
our today or build lcng term in-
come. You choose! Call us
today!!! 1-800-735-5181; 954-
448-5154 Angelo;.954-816-4363
Gene. Call us anytime. cpf

WESTERN NC MTNS New Log
Cabin, Custom built 1300 sq. ft.
cabin, Only $79,900. Includes'
acreage, EZ to finish, views, 3/4
loft, terms ** Owner/Broker -'
828-286-1666 *** cpf

Whitewater Living in The Ten-
nessee Smokies Gated Water-
front Community. Fall Foliage
Sale- Starting low as $46,900
(Limited Lots Available) River-


GOVERN MENT -NIAPG


CARS FOR SALE
$500!! POLICE IMPOUNDS!!
Hondas, Chevys, Jeeps, Toyotas,
Nissans & more. Cars/Trucks/SUVs
from $500. For Listings and
Information Call now 888-478-7465
ext.' C055


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


1-800-895-5492 Public Announcement
Reference # 4202
FEDERAL EMPLOYMENT-
$12-$48/hr
Paid Training, full benefits.
Call for information on current hiring
positions in Homeland Security,
Clerical and professional positions.
1-800-320-9353 x2200

DELIVERY MAIL POSITIONS!
Earn $12-$48 per hour/
No Experience
Full Benefits / Paid Training Now
Hiring! Call Now Toll Free 1-866-409-
2663 ext. 08

HOME
RENTALS
$0 DOWN HOMES NO RENT
NO CREDIT OKI GOVERNMENT
FORECLOSED HOMES! Low/$0
Down] Call C.R.N. Nowi
1-800-446-0873 ex0001


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-
446-5830 x0001 cpf







Transportation 0f



.94 MAZDA MX6
V6, AT, AC, PW, PL, Tlit, Cruise,
Leather, Alloys, AM/FM, CD,
Sunroof, XClean
$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

'93 CHEVY CAVALIER
5 Spd, Runs Strong, Gas Saver!!
$800 Cash Call 398-5525

'90 MITSUBISHI MIRAGE
AT, Cold AC, AM/FM, Low Miles
$1650 Cash Call 398-5525

'97 SATURN SL1
5 Spd, AC, Alloys, AM/FM, Cass
$2695 Cash Call 398-5525

'83 CHEVY K5 BLAZER
Must See To Appreciate!!
$2495 Cash Call 398-5525

'97 CHEVY CAVALIER
AT, AC, AM/FM, CD "
$2450 Cash Call 398-5525

'88 FORD F-150
V6
$1600 Cash Call 398-5525

'96 PLYMOUTH NEON
AT
$1485 Cash Call 398-5525

'90 FORD BRONCO II
.AT
$1250 Cash Call 398-5525

91 PONTIAC GRAND AM
AT, AC
$1125 Cash Call 398-5525

'91 FORD AEROSTAR
V6
$900 Cash Call 398-5525

'01 VOLVO S40
AT, Leather, Loaded, Like New,
#52724A -
$14,995 Call 888-215-7924

'02 JEEP LIBERTY LIMITED
AT, AC,1Leather, 4x4, #4666A
$13,995 Call 888-215-7924

'00 BUICK LESABRE
AT, Leather, Loaded, Custom
Wheels, #52749B
$10,995 Call 888-215-7924

'02 JEEP LIBERTY LIMITED
Loaded, Leather, #4666A
$13,995 Call 888-215-7924

'03 HONDA PILOT EX
Low Miles, Leather, #52642B
$24,995 Call 888-215-7924

'03 LEXUS LS 430
Low Miles, #52782A
Call 888-215-7924

'03 ACURA RSX
AT, Leather, Loaded, #52778A
$18,995 Call 888-215-7924

'05 TOYOTA RAV 4
Low Miles, Ready for the Road,
#52626A
$17,995 Call 888-215-7924

'02 MERCEDES MVIL-500
Like New, Low Miles, #52786A
$27,995 Call 888-215-7924

'04 LEXUS RX-330
Leather, Loaded,-#4686A







October 20. 2005


CLAY TODAY CLASSIFIEDS 904-269-2999 FAX#g 904-215-24565


Section B-19


$26,995 Call 888-215-7924

'03 MAZDA TRIBUTE LX
AT, V6, Loaded, #52730A
$16,995 Call 888-215-7924

'02 LEXUS GS 300.
Leather, Roof, Low miles,
#52738A
$24,995 Call 888-215-7924

'01 LEXUS IS300
Carbon Gray, Loaded, #52722A
$19,995 Call 888-215-7924

'02 HONDAACCORD
AT, Leather, Sunroof, V6,-
Loaded, #52790A
$16,995 Call 888-215-7924

'00 NISSAN MAXIMA GLE
Leather, Only 32k Mi, #4289A
$14,995 Call 888-215-7924

'01 HONDA CIVIC LX
AT, only 31k Mi, #52700A
Call 888-215-7924

'01 FORD EXPLORER
Extra Clean, Like New, #4628A
$8,995 Call 888-215-7924

'03 FORD EXPLORER
AT, AC, Loaded,#52794A.
$13,995 Call 888-215-7924

'01 TOYOTA CAMRY
Leather, Loaded; #4565A
$10.995 Call 888-215-7924

'01 HONDA CIVIC
AT, AC, All Power, 31k Mi,
#52700A
S12,995 Call 888-215-7924

'97 TOYOTA 4 RUNNER .-
Loaded! Clean, Nicesi In Jax!
: #4335B
$7,995 Call 888-215-7924

'04 FORD MUSTANG GT
40th Anniversary. Only 22k Mi.
- 4654B
: 18,995 Call 888-215-7924

" 05 JEEP WRANGLER 4X4
AT AC. #4767A
: 17,995 Call 888-215-7924

*03 FORD EXPEDITION XLT
3rd Seal. Dual AC, Low Miles
#4379A
$15,995 Call 888-215-7924

'02 TOYOTA SIENNA
Low Miles. Loaded., 4769A
$15,995 Call 888-215-7924

"02 CHEVY CAVALIER
AT. Clean. Low Miles. Ready To
Go
$8998 Call 269-2272

'03 CHEVY AVALANCHE
AT. 33k Mi. Loaded
$8998 Call 269-2272

: 00 DODGE NEON
AT, Clean, Great Starter. 65k Mi
S 6995 Call 269-2272

'04 FORD FOCUS
AT, 27k Mi, Gas Saver
$10,998 Call 269-2272

*05 HONDA CRV
AT. Only 5k Mi. Loaded
$19,998 Call 269-2272


'02 HONDA S2000
Low Miles, Ready to Roll
$23,998 Call 269-2272

'99 HONDA ODSSEY
AT, Low Miles, Perfect
Family Fun
$12,998 Call 269-2272

'03 KIA SPECTRA
AT, 4Dr
$5998 Call 269-2272

'02 DODGE NEON
78k Mi
$5495 Call 269-9991 or 813-
5706

'01 CHEVY CAVALIER
AC, PW, PL, Tilt, 81k Mi
$5495 Call 269-9991 or
813-5706
Boats



1992 Wellcraft Sportsman. 25
foot, twin 2000 150 Mercury oul-
boards Cuddy cabin, 2000 trail-
er. Ready to gc lisi-iing. Asking
$22,000. Located in the Ocala
area. Will consider trade..
352-347-4470 cpf


riu-opU|j nr Ka i = IJso
Has Been Used Very Little
and Has Been Very Well
Maintained. Lots ol Extras.
Fish. Temp & Deplh Finder
GPS, Marine Radio. Stainless
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 Penia
Inboard/Oulboard. 6 Cylinder
Garage Kept. Brand New
Condition. Low Hours. All Fi-
ter Glass & Carpet. AMiFM
Cassette, Bow Rider, Bimini
Top & Cover $10,900 OBO
904-886-0094/904-333-0938



S. m"n ir


UUZ K ey L.aroyL in.
Console Bay Boat, 21 Ft.,
115 HP Yamaha w/ Low
Hours. Always Kept Inside
: ry 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 $15,500


'04 HONDA SONATA
AT. 27k Mi
$12,998 Call 269-2272


'02 BMW 745
Black, AT, 36k Mi. Fully Loaded
Luxury
$47,998 Call 269-2272


'99 LEXUS ES300
AT, Only 65k Mi, Loaded
$13,998 Call 269-2272

-04 NISSAN ALTIMA
AT, 30k Mi, Loaded
$17,998 Call 269-2272

-04 NISSAN SENTRA GXE
. 4Dr, AT, Low Miles
$12,998 Call 269-2272

'- 01 TOYOTA CAMRY
4Dr, AT, 41k Mi
$12,998 Call 269-2272


Cruiser. Low Time, 454 Chevy
Engine, Recent Overhauled
out Drive with Soare Prop, 3
New Marine Batteries, New
Bilge, Pumps. New Head,
Slandup Shower, Refrigera-
tor, New Bimini Top, 25 Knots
@ High Cruise $13,500 Firm
.904-545-6497


Transotfation WfJ


1990 HONDA CRX Police Im-
pound! Only $375! Must Sell.
For Listings 1-800-749-8116, E)t.
5932 cpf

1993 HONDA ACCORD Police
Impound! Only $850 Must Sell
Now! For Listings call 1-800-
749-8116, Ext. 4880 cpf

1998 FORD EXPEDITION P-.
lice Impound' Only $895 For
Listings call 1-800-749-8116, Ext.
7169 cpf
Autos .
$2000-$5000 |


'88 Ford F-150 Lariat, 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

Auto
5000 $10,000

411V J!"&


PW, PL, Auto. Sunroof.
Leather, Alloys, CD, Pioneer
Sound. Carbon Fiber Hood,
,No Engine Moas. New Tires,
83k Miles, $6900 OBO -
904-687-5195,904-910-1367



.IC Ca o









J.
over $10,000

'94 Horse Trailer, New Tires
& Painl. 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 w/Every Option
Available. CD and Tape
Deck. White w/Beige
Leather. 12,500.
Call 904.864.0998

Auto .


AAA Raled Donation Donate
Your Car. IRS Deductible. Free
Pickup/Tow. Any Model/Conai-
tion. Help Underprivileged Chil-w
dren.
OUTREACHCENTER.ORG 1-
800-693-7911 cpf

DONATE YOUR VEHICLE to
the "Original!" 1-800-CHARITY
CARS! ** You May Receive
Full Fair Market Value Even
w/the New Tax Lawsl!** 100%
Charity Not a Commercial
Fundraiser www.800charity-
cars.org cpf


'93 Ford Thunderbird -
$600 OBO 904-215-8752 $500! POLICE IMPOUNDS!,
Hondas, Chevys, Jeeps, Toyotas,
1988 HONDA CIVIC Police Im- Nissans-& more' Cars/Trucks!/.
pound! Only $395! For Listings SUVs from. $500! For listings call
call 1-800-749-8116 Ext. C476. 800-749-8116,, Ext. 4854. cpf
-cp f *; -


CLAY TODAY -


Rack Locations

Stop by any of these locations and

S pick up a copy of the Clay Today!

LOCATION'ADDRESS CITY LOCATION/ADDRESS CITY -

1) JCP 3Grou0 Office 1560 Kingsley Ave. OP AJ Hessii#972i J66 Blanoing Blvd OP
2) WalgreeJn's 630 Blanding Blvd OP 51 Barnrnill s REt J75 Bl3famig Blva OP m
m- 3) Food Lion 700 1 Elanding Blvd OP 96) .ii Chamo ik510) 486 Blanding & .
m 4) Sprintni65I'9i 804 Blanoing & Cp Johnson OP Constitution OP
i 5) Puol i,?2Y'7i e68 B.Rnaing OP 97) Golden Corral -582 Blanding Blvd OP -
Sl 6i5snel .'Srcon 90e Blana.ng Rioger.rt OP .-931 Hessi '375i 609 Ban3ding Eliv OP
m 7) EcePro 906 Bianoing Blva OP 991 LiI Cnamp i#'3-lj 102 Suzanne Dr OP
S AlDertson n' iJ37i 950 Biandmin Blva OP 100i 2_) E.'res-' Amoco 115 Cllege Dr OP
'v Wr.ooy ; BB Rest 950 Bianding Blva OP 101) College Dr Poqt OfficE 225 COllege Dr OP 1
-m 10) McDonald's Rest.- 1083 Blanding Blvd OP, 1021 Snack 6. Cas 270 College Or OP m
11) Sprinct06295 1091 Biandiig & Jefferson-OP. 1051 Li Criamp i.26'l 33; Coll3cge l "
S12) EP Station 1102 Blanding & Jefferson OP Old inning OP .
m 131 Snell Station- 1201 Blanding & 104) Catrie ine s Fod Store 2590 CR 220 OP-
Tanglewood OP 0- 1i He.s 2225A CR 220 OP
14) Lii Cnimo o 1168' 1312 Blanding & Oak-OP. ii:i Foremost uLIOur' 1iI5,'_P 220DI-
15) Walgreen's -1320 Blanding Blvd OP 107) Wnrev y.. Fin Cmp- 2032 'P 220 DI
m 16f Winrn Doie 11 'i 1339 BEinoing OP 10) Food Lion 2570 SF 220 Di .
I l-l'heip Buts siis, -20 Knignt[ B. 109i Rich" sBBO Res[ 257.J SP 2:0 DI
Ste 101 OP 110) Sprint(#6042) 2594 SP 220 8 Coiiege Ol
S18) Citgo -1313Blanding & knight Boxx OP 1 llSnells nation 313 SP 220 MEGC -
19) Sprint(#6065) 389501ld Jennings 1121 Sprintit623J i 17 "PS 220 20
S -& Longbay MBG- Pusselli MBC .
20) BP'- 2449 Blanding Blvd MBG 113 1Winn-Di.ie 2351 Hernle evd MBG -
21) Middleburg P.O.- 2073 Palmetto St-MBG 11Ji Sorntil,1285i 216. Henie',, Fd LA
M 22) McDonald's Rest. 2485 Blanding(21) MBG 115) Penney Farms P.O. -4521 Lewis Ave PF i
23) Lii Cnarnoi ,11721 2468 Blanding(21) 116) Citgo -1963 Park Ave OP
I- Seeni'. MECG 117) Bond's BBQ- 1177-9 Park Ave OP .
24) Texaco/Sunshine Food 2-176 El3ndingi2l 1181 R3.:etraci2s'5- 151Park Ave OP
MBG 1191 Cracker Barrel J272 Eldriage LOp OP
M 25) Exxon(Flash Foods) 4000 Everett Ave MBG 120' Hohida' inn 100 Parc Ave(171 OP M-
26)1S.P. Jr. Beverage-2562 1iandingi21i MEG 1211 Cnevrpn 206 Park Ave & Eldrinag OPF
27)-Merita Bread Store 2563 Blanding(21) 1 221 Sneiii,1l061)-340 Park &Wells OP
i: -MBG 1231 McDonail -428 Park Ave.OP
-7 28) Publix 2640 Blanding(21) MBG 124) Star's Food Store -756 Park Ave OP -
- 29) Walgreen's- 2675 Blanding Blvd MBG 125) Hess(,;93811 -1346 Park Ave OP .
: 30) Eckerds 2672 Blanding(21) MBG 126i Snel Station -1408 Park Ave & Stiles OP
31) Sprinti(61221 -2682 Bi3noingi21i 218 1271 St Jonn s Seafood Rest. 1-164 P3rk Ave m
n MBG (1717OP
1 32) Hardee's Rest. 2730 Bi3ndingi2li MBG 128i1 Winn-Di..:ie J(.O 1900 Park Ave OP --
i 331 Winn-Dixie i#93) 2720 Blanding MBG 129 Eckero s 1952 Park Ave Kingslev OP W
S 34 Sorinti#626 4486 SR213W 8 Mimosa MEC 1201 P3tti S Cafe 2134 Park Ave OP
S551Kangarool#12971- 5105 SR218W & Mallard MBC 1311 H 8 H Discount Bev 310 Milwaukee Ave
361 Clay Hill Discount Bev 5134 SR 218W MBC & 17 OP" -
37) Country CainBBO 2216 S Mimosa 8 218 MBG 1321 Gate Food Post i11601 3210 Hwy 17 OP -
38) Lil Champ 1'11981- 2816 Blanoingi21l 1331 Dry Clean Ciry 3535-1 H*v 17 OP
& Peop MC 1331 Sprintip6079S J305 HWV 17 & Raggedy ,
S 391 Smoker s E.pressl,6290i 3123 Pt OP .
Bianoingi21i & 215 MBG 1551 Gate Petroleum Co i,119r) .-
S 40 Strinckand s Mart- 6023 Kingsley Lake Dr STk 5000 Hv 17 OP
411 Sprinti#65091 6835 SP 21 352 KS 136) Publi ,502I 5000-11 US 17S- Dl OP
-m 21 Keystone P 0 110 "E Commercial KS 137):S SIBP STORE 1595-Island Lane OP
1 43) City Hall/Police Station 555 s. 17,39iKoKo s Rest 1560 1 J Business Cntr or OP
S Lawrencel211 KS 19 -Vinevards Apts'Eagle Harbor .
S441 Nick Kwik Stop -8800 SR 21 KS 1717CR2200P
S '5i Melro, C3fe E39 SP21 MEL 140) Walgreen's 1565 CP 220 OP
m 461 iangarooi 1323 205 3P21 KS 141) Eckerd's- 1551 CR 220 OP -
S471 Ace Hdwe 251 E W31aKer & SR 100 KS 142) Winn-Diyie (#103) 1545 SP 220 Dl OP -
-m JS Post Office 7921 SR 100) LK Geneva KS. 1J31 Fleming is. P.O. 1380 East-West Pkwv OP m
491 HircncocKS Supermarket 7350 SR 100W KS 144) Snell 1531 CR 220 OP
S501 M'Donalad Rest 7370 SPI00 KS 145) Sprintiu650i' 6935 Hwy 17
51 Keystone Inn -SP 100W KS & Hibernia-GCS:
521 BP 242 SR 100 kS 14,i SorintLOui.k:Stooi, 1229i 3075 HWv 17
531 B 8 M Food Mart'eeverage 7J27 SR 21 KS & Mahama B GCS
S 5J410 P Post Office- 1535 KingsTle Ave OP 1471 Studeoa3er Citgo 32-43 Hwy 17 GCS,
55 0 P. Meald:31 Center 2001 Kingsley Ave OP 1.813 Hes 325-1 Hwi 17 GCS
561 Dunkin Donuts 373 planning Blvo OP 149) Winn-Dixie (#138) :3260 Hwy 17 GCS
571 Gate Fooa Post 1 I11-151-277 Bianoing OP 1501 island Foods.'Amocoi109 -.
m 58P Roadhouse Spore Bar 231 Bilaning Blvd OP 5JO HWy 17 GCS -
591 Sprintlo6198i- 6621 Argvile Forest Biva JA:. 151) Food Lion 3540 Hwy 17 GCS 11
601 Argyle Bakerv 6625 Argviye ForeLt Elv JAA' 152) Food Lion -.3540 Hwy 17- .
S 61 Winn-Dl1ilel# 1761-9560 Argyle Forest Blvd JAY INSIDE STORE GCS -
621 PuDli:. 9518 Argyle Forest Blvo JA\. 153) Split-nz hair salon 3287 hwy 17 GCS
1 63) Food Garden OP Mall -1910 Wells Rd OP 154) Lil Champ (#13) 3541 Hwy 17 &
m 6JI OlI Navy OP Mall- 1910 Wells Rd OP Governors Ck GCS -
65) Sprint i6100) 1690 Wells RdO Deoarrv OP 155) McDonald's Rest. 1165 N. Orange Ave GCS m
661 FOOd Lion 1670 103 Wells RO OP 156) Courthouse 825 Orange(17) GCS -
Em 67) Food Lion- 1670-103 Wells Rd OP 157) Administration Bldg.-400 Houston St -
- 68) Exxon -1576 Wells Rd OP & 17 GCS -
m 69) Annie K's 550 Wells Rd OP 158) Rich's BBQ Rest. 505 N Orange(17) GCS '
- 70) Loop Rest. 550 Wells RdOP 159) Valero Express Mart- 201 Orangeti 7 GCS -
m 711 Steak 8 Shake 1681 Wells Ro OP 160) H & H Discount Bev.--100 Orange Ave GCS m
. 721 Hessil9232i 7106 Bianding Blvd jAY 161) V & J Store 526 N Orange(17) GCS
- 73' Racetraci,"362i 7780 Blanaing Blvd JA 162) Huddle House Rest. 618 N Orange(17) GCS -
m 7J1 Eckerds 7790 Blanding Blva JAY 163) Eckerd(#3102) -.800 Orange Ave GCS -
- 75' Reo Roof inn 6099 i oungerman Cr JAX 164) Duval FieldsConsulting 428 Walnut St GCS -
- 76i Publifi 649i 6001 Argyle Forest Blvd JAX 165) Green Cove Spgs. P.O. 500 Palmer Ave GCS -
h 771 tangarooi,6299i1- 8496 Blanding Blvd JAX 166) Senior Citizens Cntr 604 Walnut St. GCS
- 78) Walgreen's 42 Blanding Blvd OP 167) Speedway -103 S Orange(17) & -
- 79) Sunny's Food Store -158 Blanding Blvd OP ldlewild(16) GCS .
_ 80) Cedar oods -190 Arora Blvd OP 168) Kindred Hospital -801 Oak St GCS _
- 81) FCE Shell 200 Blanding Blvd OP 169) Pon's Rest. -140 Hwy 17 GCS -
m 82) Krysta Rest. 208 Blanding Blvd OP 170) Hess.- 1010 SR 16 GCS -
- 83) Winn-Di>ie i#1451-248 Blanding OP 171) Jim's Disc. BevJShell 410 S Orange(17) GCS -
S8a4 Famous Amos Rest 342 Blanding Blvd OP 172) Cousins Cafe 206 S Orange(17) GCS -
m 85) Shell Station 364 Blanding Blvd OP 173) Mayhugh's Drug 204 S Orange(17) GCS m
- 861 McDonald s Rest. 372 Blanding Blvd OP 174) City Diner -1012 Idlewild Ave GCS -
87)Lil Champ (#16) -1890 Kingsley Ave OP 175) Lil Champ (#1170) -1300 Idlewlld(16)
88) Chamber of Commerce -1734 Kingsley ; 176) est 02) -1517 IdewCS -d(16)
Ave.OP 176) Sprintl#6502) -1517 ldlewlld(16)& -
89).Grumpy's Rest. 834 (ingsley Ave OP Oakridge.GCS .
= 901 Larry's Giant Subs 562 Kingsley Ave OP 177) island Foods/H. Howies -1604 Idlewild -
91) Walgreen's 609 Kingsley Ave OP Ave. GCS .
1! 92) 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 .

S Weekly Publication: New Issue every Thursday! S

S- Clay Today: 1560 Kingsley Ave. Suite 1, OP =
-m If you would like to sell copies of the Clay:Today at your place of business please call _
Leah Davis, Circulation Coordinator at the Clay Today Office, 264-3200 ext. 136. -
rI- U I l Uldgaaij ll i aIe
,-I II IIIi I Ili I! 1 1 I. i III !I i I I11I1I.


. -- ;








Section B-20


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


October i20, 2005


-Su


NOTICE OF ACTION"
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 Admin-
istrative Complaint against you, a copy of
which may be obtained by contacting J. Blake
Hunter, Assistant General Counsel, Prosecu-
-tion Services Unit, 4052 Bald Cypress Way,
Bin #C65, Tallahassee Florida 32399-3265,
(850) 414-8126.
If no contact has been made by you concern-
ing the above by November 3, 2005, the mat-
ter of the Administrative Complaint will be
presented at an ensuing meeting of the Board
of Medicine in an informal proceeding.
In accordance with the Americans with Dis-
abilities Act, persons needing a special ac-
commodation to participate in this proceeding
should contact the individual or agency send-
ing this notice not later than seven days prior
to Inme proceeing al Irie address g.ven on the
nocliC. Telepr,--iie 1850 114-.6126 1 -800-


soon as possible. telephone 1904) 529-1789,
or if heanng impaired. 1-800-955-8771 ITDD),
or 1-800-955-8.70 LV. Flonda 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
ATTORNEY FOR CWLS
.FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN .
AND FAMILIES
1726 Kingsley Ave., Suite 2
Jacksonville, Florida 32073
(904) 278-5644.
legal no.,7524 published Oct. 6,13,20 and
27, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


IN.THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTH JUDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY COUNTY,
FLORIDA, CASE NO: 05-DR-1953, DIV. E
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF: FREDERICK
BYRON POCOCK, Petitioner -
and
SHIRLEY DIANE 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 defens-
es, if any to it on Robert Andrew Heekin, Jr.,
Esquire, whose address is P.O. Box 477,.
Jacksonville, FL 3220i on- or before Novem-


Orange Park, FL 32073.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED ihai arn action ror Fore-
closure of Mortgage on ine lloioing de-
scribed property:
LOT 5, REPEAT 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 I 'cerve a Ccppy :-I your -vrnern cele'i -
es, if any, to it,, on Marshall C. Watson, P.A.,
Attorney for Plaintiff, whose addrec.';- i 1800
NW49th Street, Suite 120, Ft Laude*ida3le, FL
-'3309 wailhin hinrlv |301 day, arler ire lir,l
publicaiiuror,- ini lc-ice ErIrn e Clay To:iay.
and file i onrigiral wair ir. CIlGrl. 1 Irns c;.uni
S .' e r 5 :e.,rt i n Pilarn l-_ an,'-rr- e, -y :i"
imrr 'ie- diairev Irere.s er .:.Irinr,,r-e a delaull will
be snril ed agairni )0uu Il:'r ine rhIeli demrand-l
ed in the,complaint. .
rn acc::.orar.d:e .cin Ir. e Americans with Dis-
abilities Act of 1990 (ADA) disabled persons
who,, because of their disabilities need, special
accommodation to participate in this proceed-
ing should contact the ADA Coordinator at 825
SN. 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 me .e;al 01 Irns
Court on this 28th ca, -.I epile-,rner. ?2jOS
(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 .


9JQ-O,, I (I uLJ) or i "..,,-i .. 't., -u -v,-; v a --- .
Florida Relay Service. ber 19, 2005, and file the original awir, Ir.ie IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTH JUDI- .
legal no. 7488 published September 29, Clerk of Court at Clay County Courthouse, CIALCIRCUIT, IN AND FOR C LA COUNTY, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR CLAY COUN-
October 6, 13, 20, 2005 in Clay County's 825 North Orange Avenue, Green Cove FLORIDA, CIVILACTION TY, FLORIDA, PROBATE DIVISION, FILE.
Clay Today newspaper. Springs, FL32043, before service on-Petition- CASE NO: 05-CA-698, DIV. B NO: 05-CP-280
er or immediately thereafter. IFYOU FAILTO ROSA .1lAE POLLARD DAVIS, etal, Plaintiff's IN RE: ESTATE OF CORRINE MAY
S. DO SO, A DEFAULT MAY BE ENTERED vs. SCHNEIDER, deceased.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHE FOURTH AGAINST. YOU FOR THE RELIEF DE- The Estate.of CATHERINE WALKER, etal. NOTICE TO CREDITORS
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IIJ ANID FOR CLAY MANDED IN THE PETITION'. NOTICE FACTION The adm.nis:.raiiaon :,i ih .iale of COR-.
COUNTY, FLORIDA CASE NO 2005-1790- Pursuant to Florida Statute 49.08, the Peti- .-TO: DANTE POLLARD RiJE M.1AY SCHJEIDER deceae1., whose
DR, DIV. B '- tioner seeks for the Court to divide or-other- Last Known Address: 453 Bentwood Lane., dale :I deairn .vas. August 12. 20.:,5 and
In re: the marriage of wie a*ardJ an in.ireil i. inhe. f,iiin:, real and Apt. A whose o--cai .-ecunry number is 30826.-c-54e.
Julian L. Jones, III, Peiioner p ers:.nai prc..perry Orange Park, FL 32073 Fie Humber 05.CP-281:. i. pending r, ine C.r-
and LOT IZ HIBERIJIA OAKS UNIT TWO, AC- INGRID POLLARD. cuil Coun lor Clay Count Fiordra. Pr-b-ale
e .arn.di Jnes Re..-rpoder.n CORDING TO PLAT THEREOF AS Last Known address: Division bhe address ci wrfcn .i 825 i Or-
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR RECORDED IN FLAT EOOK 24 PAGES 53 1,800 Kngcley Ajeinui, #122 ange Avenue Green CGoe Springs FL 3.'.-l,'
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE AND 54 OF THE CuRREfNT PUBLIC Orange Park, FL32073 Tre names an adjlreSteS ci Irne per,.n,rral
TO: BRANDI JONES RECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA. Any and all Unkfown heirs of lineages,and represenlaliie an-d iri personal repiecenia-.
9980 Sandier Road .- ALL TANGIBLE AND INTANGIBLE PER- or"all urk.nr.n*r pan3-s --r persons claimrng any Iv ve anomey are sei Ionr-. elowv
Jacksonville FL 32222 SOr AL PROPERT e LIS:TED I1l PETITION r.gr.i ile 1 Sale. len ,r n.riirei.n ihe popier- All creditors of the decedent and other pef-
IOUARE lOTFEirFaiala riiOii:.e.l E iihi:.r ER'S FINAf.ICiAL AFFIDAVIT WHICH UACH .- ,ly ereinr. d.e-.:ribed yv ir.,rougri, under ..r sons, who have claims or demands against
r.a been filed saqrai l you ad ar. irao u are re- AFFIDAVIT WILL BE FILED I J THIS ACTIOf I airni me alorenernii.:.rio anrie as r:eir i odce-lenr.3 ehiale or, w .h a -..-, oi iri's nor
quired io ser-,e a c,-,p. or vc.ur atinner, id-er,'. C.op,--es -. all.:ouni O.Cumcrnii in Ihis ca-.e in. .iee gr i. r ie a-signee. hoor -re'diir tice has been served, iust file their claims
--'. if any I., ,-r,n ine peiii.r-rir Julian L .' ludrl g orders a.re at aiaoiDe ai ie Cler, ,ol IM trus:lee .-r :inrmi,,-. and whether'such un-: with this court ON OR BEFORE THE LATER
: Jorie. ill .whor, ,e addriE-: s r.'25 Elm Hursi Clrculil .'Oun z oi, ''.:u m.ac reve-u mar ietS inE kno pany derived .u.;r. claim ir, i :,ugr. OFTHE DATETHAT THREE E Or1 MO THS
Lane Ke;, e Heigr i- FL 32o6 : .-rr p,. d,cumenir up.,r reque:l under .r agairail a i.n.wri person awhi dead AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI-
'lore OciroDer 24 -'005. and Il, inir e rnginal Air, 'u mus-i .ep irhe Clerk Cir Ci urt C -r r.:.l rr owr- I,-, c.e ,, ad c-r ah..e CATIONI OF THIS. NJOTICE OR THIRT,' iOil,
Ihe clerKl OrIn COun ai Rorom i105 2'5 nChloedoi .dyur Ccurirern a-ldres Fulure paper. YOU ARE HEREBY [JOTIFIED lhal an ac- DAr' AFTER THE DATE OF SER,.'iCE OF A
Orange Ae Green Cuoe Sproing) FL 32043 r ins iAaui wll wIoe mailed I.-. Ine address Cr I.n 01 Pan.I .ri or. Ih le Ic.llic.Arg properly in COP OF THI': I lOTICE Oi THE!.
bel-ore s.erv'e ,-,n PeiloiCner r o mrn.'d.ally record al Ine Cleik.'. r,,e. C.lay, C.:unrt Fl,:rda All oiner credlirs; i Ireil i'cedeni andr Iner
inei'a:si: II vOU iail 10 do io. a dlau l may ie WARNI JG Rule 11 .:5 Floa dF.amil, La.i-' LL THOSE PORTIONS OF LOTS C, 7AND pers.unS, wo nai Clam .:-,rdim.andmad.agairil
red agairSl you lor ire ricl demanraedain RuleiS. r Pr.:.y-Ceure equ.res cen.r. aulmrnaI- 8 SECTION J ORA JGE PARK, ACCORD- ir ,aecedernI 5 E'lale muisl .ie ir.e.r claims
ire perlac.r : ,ic iure i:.1 documenri and iririTiair.:.r INIG TO PLAT BOOK 1 PAGE 23 LYING MIr Iis roun WITHIJI THREE 131 MONiTHS
CO-.piS 01 all ,.cour- ad.-currenr Ir,' ca.-e Failure I.:. Orpl; can result in ar:-rris in. !J, ORTHERL C' OF THE RIGHT OF WA' OF AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI-
.ncluding aerd are available 31 ie Clerk Ci o :lue.rg d'lng sciiTSal or sinri.nrg .:, pleadirng: THE SEABOARD COASTLIrJE RAILROAD. CATIOI OF TTHIS IJOTICE
Ihe C.iruil Coun '. orhice You may retic* ISEALI iAr.ES B j.ETT. CleIr .- iehc Crul EXCEPT THE FOLLOWING ALL CLAIMS. HOT FILED WITHIN THE
irese docurmenis upon requet- Ccun. tr H-llv, Hurlbon depurn, clerk PARCEL A: TIME PERIODS SET FORTH ilJ SECTIONl
oYu musl Keep ine Clerk uol ie C.rcui, Dalei Sepiermer 2- 2005 PART OF LOT r.. SECTION 4 ORANJGE 733 702 OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE
Counsr-.-.t.re nrowlie.3 your current riaress legal no.7531 published October 6.13. 20 PARK. ACCORDIfjG TO PLAT THEREOF WILL BE FORE .ER BARRED
(You may hieC.-lice Curreni Address. Fior,. and 27, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today REC ORDED IN PLAT-BOOK 1. PAGE 23. OF !JOTWITHSTAIJDIJiG THE TIME PERIOD
da Supreme Court Approved Family Law newspaper. THE PUBLIC RECORD: OF CLAi'COUIIFT'. SET FORTH ABOVE An,'. CLAIM FILED
Form 12915.j Future papers ,rn in, lawsul ll FLORIDA, MORE PARTICULARLY DE. TWO 1:1 YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
.- tn,e mailed o he address- on re.:ord al ine SCRIBED AS FOLLOWS DECEDErJT S DATE OF DEATH IS
clerk I ohfIce INJ THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH FOR POI IT IN THE BEGIfJrI JG BEGIn JAT BARRED
WARNING Rule 12 285. Fior3a Famrv Law JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ANID FOR CLAY THE POIJT WHERE THE EAS.TERL THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATIONr
Rules C Procedure. require .:nrtair auomarri- COUNT'(. FLORIDA CASE iO 2015-1-1. RIGHT-OF-WAY' LlJE OF HOOKER STREET OF THIS NOTICE IS Ocl,:.ber 13, 2005
S ,,i -lu,.Iup or d.,,cumenrs and iniormaIlnn DR DIV C If ITERSECTS THE .OUTHERL' RIGHT-OF Atl,.rse, ;,. Personal Represenialive:
Failure -o compVly an res.ull in sanci,:ni inr. IN RE Trie i-.arriage of AIMAf I .1 BASHIR WAY LINIE OF KIi[GSLEY AVENJUE AJIC' C H F'Persorn Ill
udrlag dsirriic.1 or snkrincg o pleadirgs Hus.arcnd Respoundeni 'RLiI THENICE SOuTHERL'r ALOUG THE 2-17 no.:nr. Wic:lrnam R-ad .
Dale-. September 19 2005. and EASTERL' LINE OF SAID HOOKER Me.ltourre Fl;r,ra 3:935.8- '
iSEALI JAMES B JETT Ci'erk of Ihe C,r.ui GLADYS IBARRA W.le. Peii1.ornr STREET LilNE OF SAID HOOKER STREET Florida Pa.r jo. 2-63834
SCourn. by Calhy Page.deputy clerk NOTICE OFACTION A DISTAtCE OF'9 FEET THEIICE TLiR I Telep-r,,rne 1321i25.9-601
legal no. 7502 published September 29. TO Ai.IAIjM BASHIR AT A RIGHT A[IGLE ANID RUJ INi AN EAST- Pers.:.nal RHpreserial.,e '
and October 6. 13, and 20 2005 in Clay Residernce UJK!,OW!,. BUT WHOSE LAST. ERLY DIRECTION lJ, A STRAIGHT LINE A Deborarn jo: crnirieer
County's Clay Today newspaper. KN-JOWN M.!AILINfG ADDRESS IS DISTANCE OF 153 6 FEET. THErJCE TUNI A 7306 Roswell Rd
9JB COMMERCE STREET RIGHT AIJGLE ArID RLj.I! rjORTHERLY Of] Sanad, 5prngs. Georgia 3?28
PERTHAMBO'i, NEW JERSEY 08861 A STRAIGHT LINE A DISTArJCE OF 7"9 LEGAL NO. 7546 Published October 13
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH YOUARE NOTIFIED ihal an aci.n.r iorDis- FEET TO THE SOUTHERLY SIDE OF and 20, 2005 in Clay County s Clay Today
: JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR CLAY sowlulion C Marnage nas been lied and y/u KINGSLEY AVErJUE THENCE TURN Al-ID newspaper.
COUNTY. FLORIDA. CASE NO- DP-2004- are required o :erves a copvc, our wrnen de- RUr I WESTERLY ALOr G THE r JORTHERLY
148. DIV. A fences. i. any 10 .i on Pelrieoner. whose name SIDE OF KIr JGSLE AvE! JUE A DISTANCE '
S. INr THE INTEREST OF AS iCrild', inilal and address is- GLADYS iBARRA, 3023 OF 152 6 FEET TO THE POiIT OF BEGI[- i ITHE CIRCUIT COURT I' AtiD FOR CLAY(
Only HICKORY GLEN DRIVE ORANGE PARK, llNG. AS PER MIAP OR PLAT RECORDED COUNrTY. FLORIDA. CASE rJO. 05-CA-446,
A CHILD FLORIDA 32065 on or belt-re November 7. IN PLAT BOOK 1. PAGE 23, PUBLIC DIV.E.
SUMMONSAND NOTICE FACTION 2005 and lie ihe ongnal wr, ine Clerk ol inis RECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY FLORIDA MIRIAM ZEID, TRUSTEE AS TO 36.36%
BYPUBLICATION Courlelinerbeloreseri[ceonpslirnerorim- TOGETHER WITH THAT PROPERTY TO AND BONNIE ABRAHAI.SOIl. TRUSTEE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA mediately merearier orierneiie a judgment will THE CEr.lTER OF HOOKER STREET RUN- AS TO 63.64%, Plaintiffs
TO. be lereahed r he relief demanded in Ine pe- NING ADJACENIT TO THE FOREGOING vs. -
MIGUEL SOTELO, Father In.on PROPERTr'. E, CEPTIr IG AN PART L'ING WAYNE.A. LUNCEFORD, etal, Defendants
Whereabouts Unknown WITNESS my rand and he seal 01 Ihs WITHIII THE RIGHT OF WAY OF KIN-JGSLEY NOTICE OF SALE
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Pet.- Court on September 26. 2005. AVENUE IS R 224li Noticeis hereby given that, pursuant to an
rnon has been hiled in the above-styled Coun iSEALI JAMES B JETT, Clerk. ol Ire Court. PARCEL B order or a final judgment of foreclosure en-.
by the FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF CHIL- by Cainy Parton. deputy clerk PART OF LOT.7, SECTIOr 4; ORANGE iered rn the aboove-caproried action I wilsell
DRENJ AND FAMILIES lor lerminalion ol legal no. 7537 published Oclober 6, 13, 20- PARK, ACCORDING TO PLAT THEREOF the property alualed in Clay County. Florida,
parental rngris and permanent commrrtmerni lor and 27. 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK PAGE 23. OF desc.nuea as
subsequent adopnon ol ihe above named newspaper. THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY, ALL THAT PART OF THE WEST 330.00
cn; io iao was born on September 1 2004 a FLORIDA, MORE PARTICULARLY DE- FEET OF THE EAST 2310.02 FEET LYING
Jacksonville, Florida. You are hereby com. SCRIBED AS FOLLOWS NORTH OF THE SOUTH 5232;0 FEET OF'
-- manaea to appear belc-re the Honorable ill THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JU- STARTING ATA POiIT 100 FEET WEST SECTION 25, TOWNSHIP 4 SOUTH,"
Judge William A Wilkes. atl he Clay County DICIAL CIRCUIT. I I AND FOR CLAY COUN- OF THE WEST SIDE OF HOOKER STREET RANGE 23 EAST, CLAYCOUNTY, FLORIDA.
Counrtouse. Courroom 4, 825 N Orange A-i- TY. FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION. CASE NO:. AT KiNGSLEY AVENUE, THEN RUNINJiIG SUBJECT TO AND TOGETHER WITH AN
enue Green Cove Spring. Florida at ire nour 2005.CA-874 PARALLEL TO HOOKER STREET 4836 FEET EASEMENT FOR INGRESS AND EGRESS
f 10:00 a m. o'clock on rIovember 2. 2005 THE BANK OF NEW YORK, AS TRUSTEE DUE SOUTH. THEIO RUNNING AT RIGHT COVERING THE NORTH 1192.00 FEET OF
A D You musl appear al ine hearing on ihe- FOR THE HOLDERS OF THE EOCC ASSET ANGLE DUE WEST 200 FEET. THEN RUn-- THE SOUTH 5232 FEET OF THE WEST 15
dale and lime p-ecified. BACKED CERTIFICATES SERIES 2001-2 -NING AT RIGHT ANGLE DUE !IORTH 438 FEETOFTHE EAST2160.02 FEETOF SAID
FAILURE TO PERSONALLY APPEAR AT A,K,'A THE BANK OF NEW YORK. TR U/A- FEET, THEN RUNr.JrirJG PARALLEL TO SECTION 25
THE THIS ADVISORY HEARING CONSTI. DTD 12/01 '2u00 1 EOCC TRUST 2001-2). KINGSLEY AVENUE.DUE EAST 200 FEET, al public sale. lo ine rIgne.. and besi boder
TUTES CONSENT TO THE TERMINATION Plainti TO THE STARTING POINT. EXCEPTING. lot cash, al ine i-orii sieps ic Iir. Cla., Country
OF PARENTAL RIGHTS TO THIS CHILD IF vs. ANY PART LYING WITH THE RIGHT OF' CoUrthouse in Green Cove Springs, Florida
YOU FAIL TO APPEAR ON THE DATE AND PATRICIA J. BOATWRIGHT. et al, Delen. WAY OF KINGSLEYAVENUE (S.R. 224). AT 10:00 A.M. ON THE 3RD DAY OF NO-
TIME SPECIFIED YOU MAY LOSE ALL dants. -ANDEXCEPTTHE FOLLOWING: (PROP- VEMBER, 2005.
LEGAL RIGHTS TO THE CHILD NAMED IN W NOTICE OF ACTION ERTY ONE- -, WITNESS rmy hand and seal of said Court on
THE PETITION ATTACHED TO THIS NO- TTO: DAMON LANCE BOATWRIGHTA/K/A THE EAST 100 FEET OF THE NORTH 441 October 6, 2005.
, TWICE DAMON BOATWRIGHT and UNKNOWN FEET. OF LOT 7, SECTION 4, ORANGE (SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk, Circuit Court,
Individuals wilh disabilities neeiing a rea- SPOUSE OF DAMON LANCE 'PARK, CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA, ACCORD- by; Brenda Bennett, deputy clerk.
- sonable accommodanon to panicipare in Ins -' BOATWRIGHT. -, ., ,N -. G TO. PLAT BOOK 1. PAGE 23.OF THE r SIDNEY E LBWIS. ESQUIRE y .: c
proceeding gsouldcontact Margarel Jones. as Last Known Address: 1568 Red Bud Court, PUBLIC RECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY Lewis & Bernard. PA.


FLORIDA
SAID PROPERTY DESCRIBED AS PART
OF LOT7 SECTION 4 BEGIIINING AT THE
NORTHEAST CORNER OF KINGSLEY AV-,
ENUE 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 ifj DEED
BOOK 36, PAGE 110, PUBLIC.RECORDS
OF CLAY COUriTY. FLORIDA. TOGETHER
WITH THAT PORTIOrN TO THE CENTER OF
HOOKER STREET RUNrlIIiG ADJACENT
TO SAID PROPERTY
I EXCEPTtIG 3idY PART LYING WITHIN
THE RIGHT OF WAY OF KINGSLEY AV- -
ENUE (S.R. 224). -
has been ilyi aair.-:i ,.'u and:you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your written defens-
es; if-any within 30 days after the first'
publication of this Notice of Action, on Luis
.Tous, Pairiin-t' ri-'r.:'rei- ...':c.e address is
6320 St: Augustine Road, Suite 11, Jack-
sonville, FL 32217 and file the original with this
.Court either before service on Plaintiffs' attor-
rn-y c.r irrime aiil,- hreailero ir c.i erw,ea j a da -
l lull viii be enlired a .airil ,,.ou l.-r Ihe reI l.
demanded in the-Complaint or Petition.
Th,' no-,I re rhall t. pulnried ncriC. ea-:r week
'or 4 con:~eurw e -seeks rrin re Cla, Tc..a',y.
newspaper
WITNIESS my r.anda ana Sal C-ir.I:, C.-un o.r,
Irli hI dav 01 SEpleTrir-er 21.110 .
ISEALi JA..1ES B JETT Cler, : Ir. Cicuii
Courin by Hllyv Hluritun l epuly .:lefi
legal no. 7542 published October 6. 13.20
and 27, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


.INTHE CIRCUIT COULRTFOR CLA COLI.. I
-TY,. FLORIDA, PROBATE DriISiOJ FILE
NO: 05-CP-245, DIV. B
IN RE: ESTATE OF MARK RICHARD.
WEEKS, SR., deceased:.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Trn.e d .rniira.lln o.l Inc e ia Ie l MARK ...
RICHARD WEEKS SR *e.:easerj Filet Iem-Tr
t.r 05'.CP-2J.5 C. Bc pendringin Ir.eCi.rcull
Coun ior Clay' C,:unry Florija Pr.bale D.ii-
i.orn Ire a'ce-s of .h-n i1 825 iJ Oranrge
Avirinue Grers Co-' spring FL 320-43 Trh
r.arrme ard add.lre. :e:- li inre p.-r.:or.al repre.
seriial.e ana irne prE.:nal rcprecnlai.e 3- al.
Iorrncy are -:ei lonh be,':
All creditcrs oi ihhe darecardi ard lhrer per-
sons, who -at&e clairris :or demands agarsi
decedents estate on whom a copy of this no-
tice has been served, must.file their claims
a. wiir.i. courl ON OR BEFORE THE:LATER
OFTHE DATETHAT IS THREE II .1.ONIJTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI-.
CATIOrN OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY (30)-
DArS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OFA
COPY OF THIS NOTICE Ot] THEM
All orier c: ieaii-r: .: ire acedeni ara 'other
persons wh.-. hate claims,.or de'marnds aga;nsi
ine lecedeni s eiaie music lie Iheir claims
w;lh i, : ,urun WITHI.I THREE I-l MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLIC
CATIOJNOF THIS NOTICE
SIN] NO EVEIT SHALL ANY CLAIM BE
FILED LATER THArN TWO YEARSAFTER
THE DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TON OF THIS NOTICE IS October 13,2005,
Tr e dale oI deal .I inc decdenri i; July 26,
2005. -
tlcinev 1:r Peisonai Representative:
SArJDRAW jOHIJSOII .
2110 Park Street
Jacksonville, Florida 32204
1904 I 388-9k8 ,
Florida Bar-No: 353884
Personal Representative:
DAWN M. WEEKS
.4959 Malmia Circle
Middleburg, Florida 32068
LEGAL NO. 7552 Published October 13
and 20, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today.
-newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JU- N
DICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR CLAY COUN-
TY, FLORIDA, CASE NO:
10-2005zCA-884-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 FACTION
TO: TEQUILA MURRAY and UNKNOWN
SPOUSE. if married, if alive, and/or dead his
(their) unknown heirs, devisees, legatees or
grantees and all persons or parties claiming
by, through, under or against him (them). Ad-
dresses unknown.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED thatan Action for fore-
closure of a mortgage on the following prop-
erty in Clay County, Florida:
LOT 29, SHANNON LAKE, ACCORDING
TO PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 19, PAGES 15, 16 AND 17, OF
THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY,,
FLORIDA.


attorney for Plainitf
300 W Adams Sireel
Suiie 300
Jac.ksonv%.le. Flonda 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
COUNT','. FLORIDA. CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO: 16 .2..,3.-.CA-DIV B
BRANCH BAIIKING AND TRUST COMPA-
NY, Plainti ,
VS.
ELIZABETH TEER POPALISKY, etal Dew.r,
dant(s)
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
rOTICE IS HEREB,' G'IcEJ purusni i,:- 5a
Firna Judgmeni l :I1 I.1'n.ri ag.'e Fore.-i:.:ure
daled Oci.:.r -r 0i: 115. an enr- red in L a.e
i l I -:i'r' .w -C. A -i ire C .ri:ui .cunr ,l ir.'e
F.:.urin Judiiia C.,r.uil ,n and.j lor Cla-, Courni
Fl.:.r-a .\.rerlrn BRANrCH B3,iJKIG AjiCO
TRUST COMPAI41'' .s Ir.e Pia.ri,n anr ELIZ-
ABETH TEER POPALISK,'. C ITIFI.IA-JtICIAL
EOUIT' SERVICES INC.. are ir. Deler,-
da r.ls I iil .ell ine r.igri;il anri ce, i i..dder
: .-r cash al Ir:.r ac-:-or ,:,1 Irne C lav Counry C -jur-
ir.oule Greent C.e pring: Florida AT 10:00
A.M. ON THE 3RD DAY OF NOVEMBER,
2005. the foil :.wr.g des..:r.red pro:perr,. as: 4
forth in said Final JudgicenrI
LOT 5 SUr..MERLEAF U]iT ?.,ACCORD-
ING TO THE PLAT THEREOF AS RECORD-.
ED3 II PLAT BOOK 2'0. AGES 43 AND 44,.
OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF- CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
a/k/a 1651 Ashwood C.r.:ie i.Addlet,.u FL
32068.
-WIT!JESS mrr hand arnd ihe seal or Ir.,s
Court or. Oc: icer 5. ",05.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JET- Clerk 01 Irfe Circuil
Coun., ,v Holly Huribunr depur, clerk
ECHEVARRIA CODILIS STAWIARSKI
P.O. Box25018 ..
Tampa, Florida 33622-5018
F03009867
Legal no. 7548 published October 13 and
20, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.







October 20, 2005


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


Section B-21


has been Iled against you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy ol your wntien delens-
es, if any, to it on SPEAR AND HOFFMAN,
P.A., attorneys, whose address is 708 South
.Dixie Highway, Coral Gables, Florida 33146
(305) 666-2299, within 30 days after the first
publication of the notice, and to file the origi-
nal with the Clerk of this Court either before
service on SPEAR AND HOFFMAN, P.A., at-
torneys or immediately thereafter, otherwise a
default will be entered against you for the re-
lief demanded in the Complaint or Petition.
WITNESS my hand and seal of this Court on
this 3rd day of October, 2005.
(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.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY COUN-
TY, FLORIDA, GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION, CASE NO. 04-CA-1096.
COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOANS, INC., Plain-
tiff
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 D.
-CONSTANT IF LIVING, AND. IF DEAD, THE
UNKNOWN SPOUSE, HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES,- LIENORS,
CREDITORS, TRUSTEES AND ALL OTHER
PARTIES CLAIMING AN INTEREST BY,
THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST SUSAN
D. CONSTANT; 'JOHN DOE AND JANE DOE
AS UNKI IOWr TEr jArjTS I1 1POSSESSiOrJ.
D lenrda-r.ias
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVElI pursuani 10 a
Summary Final Judgmenr ol Foreci.-.sure
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 County,
Green Cove Spr;ngE Florida. I ;ill sell to the
nignesi and besi bidder i.o.r cash ai the front
steps at the Clay County Courthouse located
al 825 NJorm Orange Avenue in Green Cove
Spnng-s Flcr.da AT10:00 A.M. ON THE 25TH
DAY OF OCTOBER. 2005 the huilow.ng ae
scribed property as sei lonh in said Summary
Final Judgmeni io-.ti
LOT 34, BEAR RUN, UNIT 1, ACCORDING
TO PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 17, PAGES 57 AN-D 5 OF THE"
CuRRENT PUBLIC RECORDS OF CLAY
COUNTY FLORIDA.
Daied ihis 271n day or Sepiemrer. 2005
ISEAL) JAMES 8 JETT. Clerk '.i Ire Circuit.
- Cour. y Holly Hurit-un. depurv:dliiK.
THE LAW OFFICES OF
DAVID J STERN. P.A.
SATTORIIEY FOR PLAINTIFF
801 S University Drive Suite 500i
Planiaricn FL 33324.
195,1 233-8000
04-34982 ICWF,
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERIC A IS
WITH DISABILITIES ACT. persons wlh d.s-
abililies needing a special accommodancin
should conlaci Court Adminisira.ion al the
Clay County Courdnouse 904-630-2564 1-
800-955-8771 ITDDi or 1-800-.955-8770. via
Flonda Relay Service.
legal no. 7554 published October 13 and
20, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


SIN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JU.
DICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR CLAY COUN-
TY. FLORIDA. CIVIL DIVISION. CASE NO:
04-951 -CA DIV B
U.S. BANK. N A.. Plantifll
vs.
SCOTT A. VANSLOOTEII. BANC ONE Fl-
. ANCIAL SERVICES. iNC; HOUSEHOLD
FINANCE CORPORATION ill: UNKNOWi
SPOUSE OF SCOTT A. VANSLOOTEN
JOHN DOE. JANE DOE AS UNKNOWN
TENANTISi IN POSSESSION OF THE SUB-
- JECT PROPERTY. Defendants
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a
.Final Judgmenti l Foreclosure dared the 301r.
cday ol September 2005. ano entered in Case
No. 04-951-CA-DIV B. ol ine Circu.1 Coun o01
Ihe 4tn Judic.al Circuir in and for Clay County.
Flonrida wheiein U S BANK. N A is Ine Plain-
lirl and SCOTT A. VANSLOOTEN: BANC
ONE FINANCIAL SERVICES. INC: HOUSE-
HOLD FINANCE CORPORATION III. UN-
KNOWN SPOUSE OF SCOTT A.
VANSLOOTEN- JOHN DOE. JANE DOE AS
UNKNOWN TENANtTI(S IN POSSESSIONt
OF THE SUBJECT PROPERTY are delen-
danIs. I wlII sell to Ihe highest and Desi bidder
S or cash at ine Iront steps of Clay County
Counnouse ai' re Clay Counry Counnouse. rin
Green Cove Springs, Flonda. AT 10:00 A.M.
ON THE 25TH DAY OF OCTOBER.,2005. he
following described property. as set forth in
said Final Judgmenr 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 wr, the Americans wan Dis-
abilities Acd of 1990. (ADA) disabled persons ,
'who, because ol tneir disabilities need special
accommodation to participate in this proceed-
ing should conlacl the ADA Coordinator ai 825
N Orange Avenue, Green Cove Springs, FL
32043 or telephone Voice/TDD 1904) 630-
2564 noi laier man live business days prior to
such proceeding.
Dated this 3rd day of October 2005.
(SEAL)' JAMES B. JETT.Cler-k of tae rcuil'_


Courl. by Holly Hurour, deputy clerl,
La* Onice ol Marshall C Walson
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 COUN-
TY, 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 OF ACTION
TO: JAMES ALLEN "
(Residence Unknown)
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for Fore-
closure of Mortgage on the following de-
scribed property:
LOT 2, BLOCK 75, JACKSONVILLE
SOUTH UNIT TWO, ACCORDING TO PLAT
THEREOF AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK
1 THROUGH 13, INCLUSIVE OF THE PUB-
LIC RECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY, FLORI-
DA, TOGETHER WITH A 1985 SUNS
"QOUBLEWIDE 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 defens-
es, if any, to it on Marshall C. Watson, P.A.,
attorney for Plaintiff, whose address is 1800
NW 49th Street, Suite 120, Ft. Lauderdale, FL
33309 on or-before October 31, 2005, a date
which is within thirty (30) days .anee irie itSi
pubi.cai.cr l tr.i 1 :, A l.i:c ,r, he ClaV Today a3nd
i e th- original -lhr Ire Clerk .:1 min Court ei-
ther before service on Plaintiffs attorney or im-
mediately thereafter; otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the relief demand-
ed in the complaint.
In accordance with the Americans with Dis-
abilities Act of 1990 (ADA), disabled persons
.who, because of their.disabilities need, special
accommodation to participate in this proceed-
rig sriouid n,.rTac i.rie ADA CGoorl-rai-r ati .
N. Oi anrQ Avenue. Green Cove Spnrngs. Flor,.
da 320-43 or relepr..:.ne Voice.'T D 19,0-11 6?0 -
25r.-t noc laier Ihan tie business day. pric.r to
:uch 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: Brerncia Berrnen, deputy ,cieri;
legal no. 7558 published October 13 and
20, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


I THE CIRCUIT COURT i\ AND FOR CLAY
COUNT.'. FLORIDA CASE NO 10-2005 CA-
657, DIV.B
VICTORY LA D COMPANY. IJC er:. Plain-

vs.
ROr ALD .I TACINELLI, ei ai. Deiendanrts
NOTICE OF JUDICIAL SALE PURSUANT
TO SECTION 45.031(1). FLORIDA
STATUTES
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
NOTICE is hereby given inat pursuant 10 the
Final Judgmern C.I Foreclosure entered on Oc-
tober 3. 2005 .n Case tNo. 2005-CA-657. c1I
ine Circuit Court. Clay County, Flornda n wchcn
Victory Land Company. Inc. is Plainhii and
Ronald Tacinelli. Linda S Tacinelli Wa-
chovia Nationai Bank and Sears. Roebuck &
Comapny are defendants. Ihe Clerk ol Inis
Court |i sell at public sale Ine lollo ing de-
scnbed real property:
LOT 33 BLOCK 78, JACKSONVILLE
SOUTH UIrlIT TWO ACCORDING TO PLAT
THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 11.
PAGES 1-13. INCLUSIVE. OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY FLORIDA.
Tne sale wll be neld on NOVEMBER 2.
2005 AT 10 00 A.M. to me highest ana oelr
bidder lor cash, at Ine Ironl steps of me Ciay
County Courthouse 825 N. Orange Ave ,
Green Cve Springs. Fiorida, in accordance
with Secldion 45.031 ol mte Florida Statutes
Daied tns 3rd day of October, 2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B JETT, Clerk of Said Court,
by: Debra M Beyerle, deputy clerk.
LANCE P. COHEN
1723 Blanding Blvd., Suite 102
Jackornvaile FL32210. -
(904) 388-6500
atlcorney lor piainiitl
legal no. 7559 published October 13 and
20, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper..


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTH JUDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY COUNTY,
FLORIDA, CASE NO: 04-CA-1080, DIV.:E
KEITH R ADAMS. Plainmtr
.vs
CLAUDE TOMPKINS. TAMMY LaPOINTE.
and STATE OF FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF
REVENUE, Delendants
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Inal pursuant
to the final summary judgment of foreclosure
entered on Septmber 29, 2005 the under-
signed Clerk will sell at public sale to the high-
est and best bidder for cash at the front door
of the Clay County Courthouse, 825 North Or--
ange Avenue, Green Cove Springs, FL 32053,
at 10:00A.M. ON OCTOBER 25, 2005 the fol-
lowing described property located in Clay
County, Florida.
LOT 17, BLOCK 144, BLACK CREEK
PARK, UNIT 1, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK
11, PAGES 21 THROUGH 33, OF THE PUB:
LIC RECORDS OF GCLAY COGUINY.-FLRI '


DA. iPARCEL ID 32-0524-006,698-364-00l))
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; persons needing special accom-
modation to participate in this proceeding
should contact the.individual or agency send-
ing notice not later than seven days prior to the
proceeding at the address 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, Fl,r,nda 32085.30u07
Legal no. 7560 published October 13 and
201, 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: 2005-720-CA, DIV. A
BANK OF AMERICA, N.A., Plaintiff
vs.
DEIRDRE LYNN STRICKLAND, etal, Defen-
dant(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 County,
Florida wherein BANK OF AMERICA N.A., is-
the Plaintiff-and DEIRDRE LYNN STRICK-
LAND; ANGELIA A. REYNOLDS; KEY FI-
NANCIAL SERVICES, INC.; STATE OF
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE;
NEW HORIZONS FINANCE COMPANY,
INC.; are the Defendants, I will sell to the high-
est 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 following de-
scribed property as set forth in said Final
Judgment:
LOT 6, BLOCK 6, TANGLEWOOD VILLAGE
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 Huriburt, deputy clerk.
ECHEVARRIA, CODILIS & STAWIARSKI,
P.O. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida 33622-5018
F05011340
legal no. 7561-published October 13 and
20, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


III THE CiRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH
.JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVILACTION -- 7 .. I
MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRA-
TION SYSTEMS. INC AS IIOMINEE FOR
WASHINGTON MUTUAL BANK. FA AND
WASHINGTOIN MUTUAL BANK FA
Plaintir.
CASE 1HO. 05-736-CA
vs. .
DIVISION
RONNIE J. BUNK. el al.
Delendanlis)
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant 10 a
Final Juagmeni of Mongage Foreclosure
daied Ociober 03, 2005 and entered in Case
NO. 05-736-CA ol Ihe Circuil Courn t iohe
FOURTH Judicial Circull in and lor CLAY
Country. Florida wherein MORTGAGE ELEC-
TRONIC REGISTRATION SYSTEMS. INC
AS NOMINEE FOR WASHINGTON MUTUAL
BANK. FA AND WASHINGTON MUTUAL
BANK, FA, is the Plaintiff and RONNIE J.
BUNK; COURTNEY N. GALLAGHER;
TENANT #1 NK.A JEREMY.GALLAGHER
are the Defendants, I will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash at FRONT DOOR
OF THE CLAY COUNTY COURTHOUSE,
GREEN COVE SPRINGS FLORIDA at
10:00AM, on the 3RD DAY OF NOVEMBER
2005. the following described property as set
forth in said Final Judgment: .
LOT 13, BLOCK 133,-BLACK CREEK PARK,
UNIT 1 ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THERE-
OF, AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 11,
PAGES 21 THROUGH 33, PUBLIC
RECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA,
TOGET-IER WITH THAT CERTAIN MOBILE
HOME LOCATED THEREONI DESCRIBED
AS A 2003 FLEETWOOD WITH ID NJUM-
BERS GAFL334A75982-4C21 AND
GAFL34B75982-4C21
A/K/A 2707 Primrose Circle, M;ddleturg. FL
32068
WITNESS MY HAND ahd the seal of this
Court on October 4. 2005
ISEAL) James B. Jell
Clerk of the Circuil Coun
By Holly Huilburt. Deputy Clerk
Ecnevarna, Codirs & Stamiarski
PO Box 25018
Tampa, Florida 33622-5018
F05011618
WMFIDELITY FHA R dnathan
Legal no. 7562 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 COUN-
TY FLORIDA; CIVIL' DIVISION, CASE NO:


10.04-CA-641-DiV B
MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRA-
TION SYSTEMS, INC., Plaintiff -
vs.
LEONrARD H HENLEY. JR.. CITIFIIAIlCIAL.
EOuiT'r SERVICES IlC JAtIE DOE JOHIJ
DOE, VICKIE VALERIE HE IJLEY A. KA ViCK.
IE V. HENLEY; JOHN DOE; JANE DOE AS
UNKNOWN TENANTS) IN POSSESSION
OF THE SUBJECT PROPERTY, Defendants.
RE-NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a
Motion and Order Resetting Foreclosure Sale
date daied the 3rd day ol October, 2005, and
entered in Case Nijo .0-.-CA-641 Div B, of
the Circuit Court or the 4ih Judrial Circuit in
and for Clay Counry, Fiordna, wherein MORT-
GAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION SYS-
TEMS, INC. is the Pai;riff and LEONARD H.
HENLEY, JR.; CITIFINANCIAL EQUITY SER-
VICES, IJC VICKIE VALERIE HENjLEY
A/K/AVICKIE v. HENILEY, JOHN DOE. JANE
DOE AS UNfKNOWN TEHANTiSi Ill POS-
SESSION OF THE SUBJECT PROPERTY
are defendants. I will sell 10 Ihe highest and.
best bidder for cash at the front steps of Clay,
County Counriou? al intr Clay County Cour-
thouse ,r. Green Corve Springs, Florida AT
10:00 A.M. ON THE 3RD DAY OF NOVEM-
BER 2005. the toliowing adescribed proi:perrv
as set lon.rh in sad Final Judgmenlt I. I .I
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, special
accommodation to participate int hsi proceed-
ing should contact the ADA Coordinator at 825
N. Orange Avenue, Green Cove Springs, FL.
32043 or Telephone Voice/TDD (904) 630-
,564 rnoi lailr ihan five busines-. day v- pri.-r i'
su:r. proceed.ng
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 OF THE FOURTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR CLAY
-COUNTY. FLORIDA CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO: 10-200?-CA-630-DIV A
WELLS FARGO BANK I A Plaintiff
vs.
M.tiCHAEL C RIDEOUT el ai. Defendanii.i
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
NiOTICE iS HEREBe GiVElt pursuant i) a
Final Jud.gmen i l'.I .lonrgag F.orecrciciure
aaiea Oct:.ber 0'3. 2005 anr entered in Case
No in.200oS-CA-61.0 .;l he Circuit Court of the
Founn Judicial C.rcui in and for Clay. County, -
Florida wherein WELLS FARGO BANK,
NA A v ir e Pianr.nti1 and Ir.iCHAEL C. RIDE-'
OUT; are the Defendants, I will sell to the high-
est and best bidder for cash at front door of the
'?i.a, Co:uniy Counnouse. Green Cove
springss Florida. at 10:00 A.M. ON THE 3RD
DAY OF NOVEMBER. 2005. the fol..:.n.q. ,e
.srbed properF/ a- seli tort r t n 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 lUMBER GAFLYO'A47561BB21
AND TITLE NUMBER 90952993 AND REAL
PROPERTY NUMBER 12198926.
a/k/a 4895 PEPPERGRASS STREET, MID--
DLEBuRG FLORIDA 32068
WITNESS my hand arda sea ol Ihis CCourtn or
Oclioer 4 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
F05010720
legal no..7564 published October 13 and
20, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper..


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JU-
DiCIAL CIRCUIT I AND FOR CLAY COUN-
TY, FLORIDA, CASE NO: 2005-770-CA-DIV.
A
. CHASE HOME FINANCE, LLC, successor by
merger to CHASE MANHATTAN MORT-
GAGE CORPORATION, Plaintiff
vs.
JESSE C. CARTER; et utx., et al., Defen-
dant(s) .
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to an
Order or Final Judgment Scheduling Foreclo-
sure Sale entered on October 11, 2005, in this
case -iow pending in said Coun,. the style of
which is indicated above.
I will sell to Ine highest and best Didder for
cash at the Clay County Courthouse, 825 N.
Orange Street, Green Cove Springs, Florida
32043, AT 10:00 A.M. ON THE 10TH DAY OF
NOVEMBER. 2005. the following described
property as set forth in said Order or 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 Ciay Counry, Flonda IhIs 11 in day .
01 October 2005.
iSEALi JAMES B JETT. Clerk of Circuit
Court. Clay County. Flonda by: Brenda Ben-
nen, deputy clerk
SPEAR & HOFFMAII PA
70t Soulh Die Higrnway '
C'.ra Gables Fiord.a 3Ia346
(305) 666-2299
legal no. 7567 published October 13'and
20, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


NOTICE OFAGENCY ACTION TAKEN BY
THE ST. JOHNS RIVER WATER MANAGE-
AMENT DISTRICT
rJolr-e .is gven final ine loiiowirig per"mi wa's
r:uea on Oc:lt..r 10 2005
CLAY CONTi' UTILITY AUTHORITY '. 31-6
Old Jennin.. Road. rMtiddlet-urg Flor.jda
32068 permrl 54-0.019-65850-31 Troe prolel
I o, locale, in Clay county Seihron 6 T.-.wnship
4S Souiri Range 25E East. The permit au-
thorizes A SURFACE WATER MANAGE-
-.ErIT SYSTEM ON 1.9I ACRES TO SERVE
Waier Treaiment Plant and Reclarned Waler
Pumpring SSalion Site known as Oat leal Plan.
Ialor, Water Treaimenti Plant The re.:e.iing
%atier body is L.nle Biack Creek
The ,iieisil coninainng mie appi,:.air,:'n lor ir e
abo0,e istied permit [5 available i ,r i nsp.chion
kMorijay tri.ough Friday e..cepl r:.r legal noi-
da s. 8 00 a r, .:. 5 00 F' m arl Ihe '1 Jor..
River Water Managrem-enl Disirict (District)
Headquarters. 4-049 Reid Streei Palatka, FL
321i8-1429 A person whose substantial in-
tere.is are anected oy the Disir.:i permrniring
decision mray pe,Iii',n for a admi.nisIr a e
hearing in acc:rdanr.:e ewmir, se:er.rns 10 9
arid 120:57, Florida Statutes, or may choose
to pursue mediation as an alternative remedy
.jner section 120 57-. Fhi-r.da Siarutes, be-
?,:-re ie adiirie ot iiiing a peiiiori Choosing
mediation will not a.dvereilv aiec:i e right o..
a rearing it med.ahi:,or does not rte-Suil in a zel-
riTiment Tre procedures for pursuing media-
tion are set forth in section 120.573, Florida
Siluiee .ana rules 28-106.111 and. 28-
106.401- 404 Fionrda Adm,.nsirar.ve Code Pe-
titions must c.:.rnpiy wiri 1-10 requirements or
Florida Administrative Co:,de Chapier 2A5. 16
.and. be filed with (received by) the District
Clerk located at District Headquarters, High-.
way 100 West, Pal tal FL 32177. Petitions.
for admin.riral,.e hearing on ine above appi.
catio'.nr.si music t ,ied ,ii. inr, rweenry-one i211
days of publication.of this notice-or within
twenty-six (26) days of the District depositing
nr .-ir- *,:i r. eni ri ir. e mail Icr ihr,o,.e per-
,:.ns 10 wnorm roI e Dsincl mails a.: ual nclice
Failure to 10 i a peliion r inin ins i.me perri.,o
snall consiluie a waiver ol any ri.'ili- sucri
personisi may nave 10 request an aramrinsra-
tive aeterminaliin iheanngi under ,:ecirons
120.569 and 120.57. F.S., concerning iIre iub-
lec permil Petlirins that are nor ile.a ir. ac-
cordance Wlmn inre above proi..r,ini are
subteci Iio dismissal.
Because the adminislfative rearing prc.:esi
is. designed to forulale finil agen,:.. action. ine
iing c.l a pelaiihon meansthal tre Ditr,:l'as lna
aion may be jirlerenltfromi tne p r.:.ri Iak.er,
by it in inis notice ol iment. Person whinose
substanrlal inieresls 1il)l be arte:ied Dy any
such rinal .decision ol thetfislnci on rtre appli.
cant nave the rigrh to petition 10 Decome a
party it the proceeding, In acco:.dance wih
the requiaemenLs set Iortl.above
legal no. 7570 published October 20. 2005
in Clay County's Clay W lday newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT CON_ OF THE 4TH JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT. INA *-.R CLAY COUN-
TY. FLORIDA. GENE i. JURISDICTION
DIVISION. CASE NO'Fi -500 DIV A
MORTGAGE ELECWN.C REGISTRA.
TION SYSTEMS, INC:.f
vs ;
RONALD L. JONES-IF LIVING AND IF
DEAD THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE. HEIRS.
DEVISEES. GRANTEES, ASSIGIEES.
LIE NORS. CREDITORS, TRUSTEES AND
ALL OTHER PARTIES CLAIMING AN IN-
TEREST BY. THROUGH. UNDER-OR
AGAII]-ST RONALD L JONES. UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF RONALD L. JONES, IF ANY;
JOHN DOE AND JANE DOE AS UNKNOWN
TENANTS IN POSSESSION, Defendants)
RE-NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE-IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to an
Order Granting the Motion to Reset Foreclo-
sure Sale dated October 6, 2005 entered in
Civil Case No. 05-CA-500-DIV A. of the Cir-
cuit Court of the 4thi Judicial Circuit in and for
Clay County, Green Cove Springs, Florida, I
.will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash
on the front steps of the Clay County Court-
house, 825 N. Orange Avenue of the-Clay
county Courthouse, Green Cove Springs,
Florida AT 10:00 A.M. ON THE 7TH DAY OF
NOVEMBER. 2005 the following described
property as set forth in said Summary Final
Judgment, to-wit: ,
LOT 11. BLOCK 67, JACKSONVILLE
SOUTH UNIT TWO. ACCORDING TO PLAT
THEREOF AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK
11. PAGES 1 THROUGH 13., INCLUSIVE. OF
THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
VIN it'S FLHML2F166926648A
FLHML2F166926648B.
Daied this 61h day of October. 2005
ISEAL) JAMES B JETT, Clerk ot the Circuit
Court, by: Debra M. Beyerle, deputy clerk.
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICANS
WITH DISABILITIES ACT, persons with dis-
abiilies needing a special accommodation
should contact Court Admrnistration at the
Clay County Courthouse at 904-630-2564, 1-
800-955-8771 (TDD) or 1-800-955-8770, via
Florida Relay Service.
DAVID J. STERN, P.A. .









801 S. University Drive Suite 500
Plantation, FL 33324
(954) 233-8000
legal no. 7576 published October 20 and
27, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


PUBLIC SALE
'90 BUICK
VIN# 1 G4CW54C3L1636256
'96 PLYMOUTH VAN
VIN# 1P4GP45R8TB497067
The auction will be held on November 2,2005,.
at 8:00 a.m. at 3222 Highway 17, Green Cove
Springs, FL. Vehicles may be viewed at this lo-
cation.
legal no. 7577 published October 20,2005
in Clay County's Clay Today newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUITCOURT FOR CLAY COUN-
TY, FLORIDA, CIVIL DIVISION, CASE NO:
2005-787-CA UCN:
102005CA0000787XXXXXX
MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC .REGISTRA-
TION SYSTEMS, INC. AS NOMINEE FOR
PGNF HOME LENDING CORP. MIN NO.
100128100000061328, Plaintiff
vs.
ROGER A. SINDLEY, et al., Defendants
NOTICE OF SALE
PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to an
Order or Summary Final Judgment of foreclo-
sure dated October 11, 2005, and entered in.
Case No. 2005-787-CA UCN:
102005CA0000787XXXXXX of the Circuit
Court in and for Clay County, Florida, where-
in Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems,
Inc. as Nominee for PGNF Home Lending
Corp. MIN NO. 100128100000061328 is
Plainim and ROGER A SINDLEY, BARBARA
A. SINDLEY UNKNOWN TENANT NO. 1,
UNKNOWN TENANT NO. 2; and ALL UN-
KNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING INTERESTS
BY. THROUGH. UNDER OR AGAIIIST A
NAMED DEFENDANT TO THIS ACTION. OR
HAVING OR CLAIMING TO HAVE ANY
RIGHT, TITLE ORINTEREST IN THE PROP-
ERTY HEREIN DESCRIBED. are Delen-
damns, I wil sell 0o me nighesi and besi bidder
for cash ai the lioni sieps of he Clay County
Courthouse, 825 North Orange Avenue.
Green-Cove Springs, Florida 32043, at Clay
County. Florida AT 10:00 A.M. ON THE 30TH
DAY OF NOVEMBER. 2005. Ine following ae-
scribed property-as set forth in said Order or
Final Judgment, to-wit :
A PARCEL OF LAND SITUATED IN GOV-
ERNMENT LOT 1. SECTION 18, TOWNSHIP
5 SOUTH, RANGE 25 EAST. CLAY COUNTY,
FLORIDA SAID PARCEL BEING MORE
PARTICULARLY. DESCRIBED AS FOL-
LOWS:
BEGIN AT THE NORTHWEST CORNER
OF LOT 1. BLOCK 1. LAKE ASBURY. UNIT:
6, ACCORDING TO PLAT BOOK 7. PAGES,
55 THROUGH 59 OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF SAID COUNTY, THENCE ON.
THE WEST LINE OF SAID GOVERNMENT
LOT 1 RUN NORTH 00 DEGREES 08 MIN-
UTES 24 SECONDS WEST 100 00 FEET.
THENCE SOUTH 89 DEGREES 30 MIN-
UTES 30 SECONDS EAST 824 55 FEET.
THENCE SOUTH 53 DEGREES 40 MIN-
UTES 30 SECONDS EAST 12 31 FEET TO
THE NORTHERLY LINE OF LAKE ASBURY
DRIVE ACCORDING TO PLAT BOOK 7,
PAGES 28 AND 29 OF SAID PUBLIC
RECORDS. THENCE ON LAST SAID LINE
AND ON THE ARC OF A CURVE CONCAVE
TO THE SOUTHEASTERLY AND HAVING A
RADIUS OF 215.81 FEET RUN A CHORD
DISTANCE OF 16262 FEET TO THE
NORTH LINE OF SAID LOT 1, THE BEAR-
ING OF SAID CHORD BEING SOUTH 55
DEGREES 42 MINuTES 23 SECONDS
WEST. THENCE ON LAST SAID LINE
NORTH 89 DEGREES 30 MINUTES 30 SEC-
ONDS WEST 699 85 FEET TO THE POINT
OF BEGINNING.
II you are a person w.ih a adisaily who
needs any accomrrmoalion in order 10 panrici
pale in hI.s proceeding you ale enliled. al no
cost 10 you lo Ihe provision o certain assis-
lance Please contaci ihe Coun at 904-284-
6363 ix 904-284-6390 Mnrir. two 121 working
days ol your receip[ of In.s Nolice. il you are
.. r. earng or voi:e impaired, call Florida Relay
: Service (8001 955-8770.
l Daled ai Green Cove Springs Florida on Oc-
lober 11. 2005
ISEALI JAMES B JETT Clerk Circuit Coun.
Dy. Brenda Bennet., deputy clerk.
SMITH. HIATT & DIAZ. P.A.
Attorneys lor Plainttff
P.O. Box 11438
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33339-1438 .
1954) 564-0071
legal no. 7578 published October 20 and
27, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUITCOURT FOR CLAY COUN-
TY FLORIDA, PROBATE DIVISION, FILE
NO: 05-CP-279. DIV A
IN RE: ESTATE OF JEAN CHANDLER
BOYER aik/a MARGARET JEAN BOYER.
deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tne admirislraihon ol Ihe eslale of JEAN
CHANDLER BOYER, .deceased. File Number
05-CP-279, Div. A. is pending in Ine Circuit
Court lor Clay County. Florida. Probate Divi-
- 1 s: son. te address ol which 1s 825 N Orange
S Avenue/Green Cove Springs, FL-32043. The
names and addresses oft ihe personal repre-
senrlahve and me personal representatives al-
S'.romey are sel lonh below
All creditors 0ol Irie decedent anrid orher per-
S' sons. wno have claims or demands against
aeceder.trs eslale on whom a copy o Ihis nro-
S lice ras beer, served music lie their claims


with this court ON OR BEFORE THE LATER
OFTHE DATE THAT IS THREE 131 MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI-
CATION OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY (30)
DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OFA
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
-All other creditors of the decedent andfothei
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 PUBLI-
CATION 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 20, 2005.
Attorney for Personal- Representative:
WILLIAM A. HAMILTON, III ESQ.,
Florida Bar No: 108052,
4729 Highway 17, Suite 203
Orange Park, FL 32003
(904) 278-3888.
Personal Representative:
Carol Ertel
2695 Margot Court
Green Cove Springs, FL 32043 ,
LEGAL-NO. 7579 Published October 20
and 27, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, CASE NO. 05-CA 689
DIV. A
PATRICK O'NEILL, Plaintiff
vs.
RAYMOND GIBBS, el al. Defendants
NOTICE FACTION
TO: RAYMOND GIBBS
Last Known Address
2152 Parental Homes Rd.
Jacksonville, FL32216
BOBBY SUE GIBBS
Last KnownAddress
2152 Parental Homes Rd.
Jacksonville, FL 32216
JOSEPH:DAGHER
Lasi Known Address
12969 Mandarin Point Lane
JacKsonville, FL 32223
YOU ARE N OTIFIED thal an action ro quite
title o ine loiicw*ing property in Clay County
Florida: .
TRACT 354 OF AN UNRECORDED PLAT
OF.OAK FOREST CLAY COUNTY. FLORI-
DA, MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED
ON WARRANTY DEED RECORDED IN
BOOK 1561, PAGE 636;PUBLIC RECORDS
OF CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA.
PARCEL NO: 15-08-24-00619-433-00 -
has been filed against you and you are re
quirea 10 serve a copy ol your writne delens
es iI any, 1o i1 or Lance Paul Conen. ine
Plainriti s attomey. whc.'e address is Coner. &
Thurslon, PA.. 1723 Blanding Boulevard
Suile 102. Jacson'.ille Florida 32210, wirini
inirty 1301 days Irom ine hrst dale ol public
lion on or before November 28 2005 ol hir
notice, and rile ire original with mine Clerk c
this Counrt einer before service or ine Plan
lift's atlomey or immeaiaiely Inereatler, oiher
wise a delault will be enierea against you lo
ihe relief demanded inml he complaint or peri
lion
DaTed on Inis 10th day or October, 2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B JETT. Clerk ol Ine Cour
Clay County. Florida. by Arne Henera. depuT
clerk
LANCE PAUL COHEN. ESQUIRE
COHEN & THURSTON P.A.
1723 Bland.ng Boulevard. Suiie 102
Jacksonville. Flonda 32210
19041 388-6500
legal no. 7581 published October 20. ani
27 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today news
paper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR CLA'
COUNTY, FLORIDA, CASE NO: 10-2005-CA
000967, DIV. A
PATRICK 01-IEILL Plaintiff
vs.
EAMUS AUGHEY. ei al. Delendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: SEAMUS AUGHEY
-ast Known Address
12914 East Banrion Road
Kevysione Poini FL 33181
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF SEAMUS AUGH
EY
Lasi Known Address-
12914 Easi Banyor, Road
Keyslone Point. FL 33181
YOU ARE NOTIFIED lhat an action i0 quit
title to the following property in Clay Countr
Florida "
LOT 22, BLOCK 6, BIG TREE LAKES, SEC
TION'B, AS MORE FULLY DESCRIBED II
DEED RECORDED IN BOOK 857, PAG
498, PUBLIC RECORDS OF CLAY COUNT
FLORIDA.
has been filed against you and you are re
quired to serve a copy of your written defense
es, if any, to it on Lance Paul Conen, th
Plaintiff's anorney wriose addaaress iS Cohen
Thurston, P.A., 1723 Blanding Boulevari
Suite 102, Jacksonville, Florida 32210, with
thirty (30) days from the first date of public
tion on or before November 11, 2005, of th
notice and file Ihe original wir, irie Clerk of tn
Coun either before service on Ihe Planlii's a
iorney or immediately Inereatler: olrerwise
default-will-be entered against you for the re
: Jief demanded in the complaint or petition.
Daled on Ihis 10th day of October, 2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Coul
Clay County, Florida, by: Brenda Bennel
deputy clerk.
Lance Paul Cohen, Esquire
COHEN & THURSTON, P.A.
1723 Blanding Boulevard, Suite 102 ;
Jacksonville, Florida 3221.0


in


(904) 388-6500 : .
legal no. 7582 published October 20 and
27, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.-,


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT,.IN AND FOR.CLAY COUN-
TY, FLORIDA, GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION, CASE No; 2005-745-CA
MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRA-
TION SYSTEMS, INC., Plaintiff
vs.
HECTOR VILLEGAS, 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 HECTOR VILLEGAS; UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF HECTOR VILLEGAS, IF ANY;
JOHN DOE AND JANE DOE AS UNKNOWN
TENANTS IN POSSESSION, Defendantss.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a
Summary' Final Judgment of Foreclosure
dated October 10, 2005 entered in Civil Case
No. 2005-745-CA of the Circuit Court of the
4th Judicial Circuit in and for Clay .County,
Green Cove Springs, Florida I will sell to the
richest and Dexi Dsdder lot cash al Ironi sleps
at ine Clay County Coiunnouse located al 425
Nonn Orange Avenue in Green Cove Spnngs
FL at 10:00 A.M. ON THE 9TH DAY OF NO-
VEMBER. 2005 the Iollowing descnoed prop-
erty as set forth in said Summary Final
Judgment, to-wit:.
LOT 13, BLOCK 5, BELLAIR, UNIT NO. 1,
ACCORDING. TO PLAT THEREOF AS
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 6, PAGES 26
AND 27, OF'THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Dated this 10th day of October, 2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Olerk of the Circuit
Court, by- Diane Pierce. deputy cierk.
THE LAW OFFICES OF DAVID J. STERN,
P.A.. Attorney lor Plaintiil
801 S. University Drive Suiie 500
Plantation, FL 33324
(954)233-8000
05-437901CWF
IN ACCORD JCE WITH THE AMERICANS
WITH DISABILITIES ACT. persons wiln dis-
abilities needing a special accommoaalion
should contact Court Administration, at the-
Clay County Courthouse at 904-630-2564, 1-
800-955-8771 (TDD) or 1.800-955-8770, via
Florida Relay Service.
legal no. 7583 published October 20 and
27, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JU.
DICIAL CIRCUIT IIN AND FOR CLAY COUN-
TY, FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION, CASE NO:
2004 CA. 1122
DLJ MORTGAGE CAPITAL INC.. PlantlK


. LAW QFFICE-OF MARSHALL C WATSONI
' 1800 NW 491ri reei., Sule 120-:
Fon Lauderdale Florida 33309 "
(954) 453-03.15
04-08473 -. '.."
legal no.' 7584 published October 20 and
27, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
.newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. OF THE 4TH JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AIND FOR CLAY COUN-
TY, FLORIDA GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION, CASE NO. 2i:0;i5-28-CA
MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRA-
TION SYSTEMS INC Pla.riii .
vs.
KEITH A. VERDI, IF LIVING, AND IF DEAD,-
THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF KEITH A.
VERDI, IF ANY; OLDE SUTTON OAKS
OWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC.; JOHN DOE
AND JANE DOE AS UNKNOWN TENANTS
IN POSSESSION; Defendants)
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a
Summary Final Judgment of Foreclosure
dated October 10,2005 entered in Civil Case
No. 2005-728-CA of the Circuit Court of the
4th Judicial Circuil ir, and lor Clay County,
Green Cove Springs. Florida I will sell to the
higreci and besl iOder Ior casri ai ioni sleps
ar ire Clay County Counriouse located ai 825
N. Orange Avenue in Green Cove Spring.
Flonda AT 10:00 A.M. ON THE 9TH DAY OF '
NOVEMBER, 2005 me Iollowing descriDed
property as setel lonh in said Summary Final
Judgmenil, o-wit:
LOT 36, OLDE SUTTON OAKS, ACCORD-
ING TO THE PLAT THEREOF AS RECORD-
ED IN PLAT BOOK 32, PAGES 52,-53,54,55,'
56 AND 57 OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Dated this 10th day of October, 2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Circuit
Court, by: Diane Pierce, deputy clerk
.LAW OFFICES OF DAVID J STERN, PA...
arlomey lor Plainliti
801 S. University Drive Suile 500
Plantation, FL 33324
1954) 233-8000
05-43582(GMAP)
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICAINS
WITH DISABILITIES ACT, persons with dis-
abilities needing a special accommodation
should contact Court Administration at the
Clay County Courthouse at 904-630-2564, 1-
800-955-8771 (TDD) or 1-800-955-8770, via
Florida Relay Service.
legal no. 7585 published October 20 and
27, 2005 in Clay County's .Clay Today
newspaper.


NOTICE OFAGENCYACTION TAKEN BY
THE ST. JOHNS RIVER WATER MANAGE-
MENT DISTRICT
Police is given thal ire lollow.ng permit was
issued on April 19 2005.
%/Al 11 T i1> F.qTrPC;/R TWO LiP 7220I F nn.


- v. VAULTI iiVEIlTO S IVVU i r iL cu ian-
s DAVID PICKETT et al. Delendants cial Way, Suile 400. Jacksonville, Florida
I NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE 32256, permit# 40.019-813.32.1 Theproject
I- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuani 1t a is located in Clay County, Section 35, Town-
- Final Judgment 01 Fore.i-soure dared the 11 h ship 4S South, Range 25E East. The permit
)r day ol October 2005. and entered in Case No aurnorized A SURFACE WATER MANAGE-
i. 10-2004-CA-1122 or the Circui Court of Ine MENT SYSTEM ON 17.98 ACRES. TO
4th Judicial Circuit in and tor Clay County. SERVE a commercial project known as
Florida. wherein DLJ MORTGAGE CAPITAL BRICKYARD MINI-WAREHOUSE & RETAIL
1. INC. is the Plainiih and DAVID PICKETT: DE- CENTER. The receiving water body is Doctors
y LORES PICKETT JOHN DOE. JANE DOE Lake!St. Johns River.
AS UNKNOWN TENANTISI IN POSSES- The [ilels) containing me application for the
SION OF THE SUBJECT PROPERTY. are above listed permit is available for inspection
defendants. I will sell to irie highest and best Monday Inrough Friday except for legal holi-
bidder lor cash at ire ironi sleps of Ihe Clay days 8 00 a m 10 5.001 p m al roe Sq Johns
County Counnouse at Ihe Clay County Cour. River Water Management Districi (Disiricl
irouse, ir Green Cove Springs Florida AT Headquanrers, 4049 Reid Street Palaika FL
d 10:00 A.M. ON THE 10TH DAY OF NOVEM- 32178142-12. A person wnoose subolanlbal .n.
s- BER 2005 Ine Iolionwrg described property leresis are affecilea ty Ihe Disrctl permirling
as sel ionn in said Final Judgmentl. Io wi decision mayv pelihon lor an adminisiralive
SCHEDULEA hearing rin accord.iance wi*h sections 120 569
A PARCEL OF LAIJD SITuATED IlI THE S arind 120.57. Flor.da Siauies. or may choose
Y- 1/2 OF THE E 1/2 OF THE SW 1/4 OF THE to pursue mediation as an alternative remedy
N- NW 1/4 OF SECTION 36, TOWNSHIP 8 under section 120.573, Florida Statutes; be-
SOUTH, RANGE 23 E AST. CLAY COUNTY, fore the deadline for filing a petition. Choosing
FLORIDA, SAID PARCEL BEING MORE mediation will not adversely atle:il Ire rightto
PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS FOL- a hearing if mediation does not result in a set-
LOWS:. tlement. The procedures for pursuing media-
BEGIN AT A COIICRETE MONUMEIIT AT tion are set forth in section 120.573, Florida
THE NW CORNER OF THE S 1,2 OF THE E Statutes, and rules 28-106.111 and 28-
1/2 OF THE SW 1/4 OF THE NW 1/4 OF 106.401-.404 Florida Administrative Code. Pe-
SAID SECTIONI 36 ArID RUN S 00 DE- titions must comply with the requirements of
GREES 06' 42" WEST ALONG THE WEST Florida Administrative Code Chapter 28-106
I- LINE OF SAID E 1/2, A DISTANCE OF 140.0 arnd be filed wiih i received bv' ihe District
FEETTOAN IRON ROD; THENCE RUNS 89 Clerk located at Dii.ir.-l Heaoquarters. High-
DEGREES 11'28" EAST, PARALLELTOTHE way 100 Wesi Palatka. FL 32177. Petitions'
NORTH.LINE OF SAID S.1 2 A DISTANCE for adminstrative nearing on ime above appli-
OF 4u1 0 FEET TO IRON ROD; THENCE cation(s) music De hiled wslhin wenty-one (21)
li RUN N 00 DEGREES 06'42' EAST PARAL- days of publicalior ofl his notice or within
y. LEL TO THE WEST LINE OF SAID S 1/2, A twenty-six (26) days of the District depositing
DISTANCE OF 140.0 FEET TO AN IRON notice of this intent in the mail for those per-
ROD ON THE NORTH LINE OF SAID S 1/2; sons to whom the District mails actual notice.
N THENCE RUN NORTH 89 DEGREES 11' 28" Failure to file a petition within this time period
E WEST, ALONG SAID NORTH LINE, 491.0 shall constitute a waiver of any rights) such
"Y, FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING persons) may have to request an administra-
SAID PARCEL CONTAINING 1.58 ACRES tive determination (hearing) under sections
e- MORE OR LESS 120.569 and 120.57, F.S., concerning the sub-
s- SUBJECT TO AND TOGETHER WITH AN ject permit. Petitions that are not filed in ac-
ie EASEMENT FORFUTILITIES AND GENERAL cordance with the above provisions are
& ROAD PURPOSES ACROSS THE WEST 30: subject to dismissal.
d, FEET OF THE ABOVE DESCRIBED LANDS Because the administrative hearing process
in TOGETHER WITH THAT CERTAIN 1986 is designed to forulate final.agency action, the
a- DOUBLEWIDE GREE MOBILE HOME WITH filing of a petition means thatthe District'sfinal
is ViJN S LFLGH2AG193208225 & action may be different from the position taken
is LFLGH2BG193208225 AND TITLE #'S by it in this.notice of intent. Persons whose
il- 4434170 & 44337416. substantial interests will be affected by any
a In accordance with the Americans with Dis-, such final decision of the District on the appli-
e- abilities Act of 1990 (ADA) disabled persons cant have the right to petition to become a
who, because of their disabilities need, special party to the proceeding,.in accordance with
accommodation to participate in this proceed-' the requirements set forth above.
rt, ing should contact the ADA Coordinator at legal no. 7587 published October 20,2005
tt, Telephone VoiceTDD (904) 630-2564 not later, in Clay County's Clay Today newspaper.
than five business days prior to such pro-
ceeding.
Dated this 11th day of October, 2005. PUBLIC SALE
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Circuit The following vehicles will be sold at public
,.Court, by:.Dian Rierce-deputy clerk.. -, auction 4or towig,and.storagacosts; *


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


caS:ion B-22


October 20, 2005.

1989 NISSANJ
IDfi 1N14GB21S5KC765149
1996 CHEVROLET
IDi 2G1WW12M-T93C'6310
S 1989 CHEVROLET
ID#1G1FP21E3K111714-
1988 FORD-.
ID# FABP55U&JA 107232
1989 FORD
ID# 1FABP54Y''7KA181-1 11 :
1993 FORD
IDn 1FALP524XPPA170141
1989 NiSSAN
S ID 1i4GB22S9KC725607
The auction wall be neld on rNovember 11 at
10:00 a.m. al 2909 Blannmg Blvd Middle-
burg, FL. Vehicles may oe viewed ai this lo.
cation.
Scott's Affordable Towing Inc.
2909 Blanding Blvd.
Middleburg, FL 32068
(904) 276-5597 '
legal no. 7588 published October 20. 2005
in Clay County's Clay Today newspaper.


THE ST. JOHNS RIVER WATER MANAGE-
MENT DISTRICT HAS RECEIVED THE AP-
PLICATION(S) FOR ENVIRONMENTAL
RESOURCE PERMITS) FROM:
VAULT INVESTORS TWO. L P. 695,0
Prillips Hwy Sure 6. Jacksonville. FL 32216
application 440-019-81 332-2. Trie project is
locale in Clay County Seclron 35, Township
04 South. Range 25 Easi. Tre ERP applica-
lion is lor construction of a surface waler man-
agement system lor a 17.98-acre, commercial
development known as Bnckyard Mini Ware-
nouse & Retail Center
The tile(s) containing each of the above-lisl-
ed applications) are available for inspection
Monday through Fnrday e.cepi for legal hol;-
days, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the St. Johns
River Water Managemenrl Dislnci Headquar-
tles or he appiopnate service center. Wntlen
objections to the application may be made. but
should De hiled wirn received byl Ine Disinct
Clerk. 4049 Reid Sr. Palaika Florida 32177-
1429 rno later irman 14 days irom Ihe ale 0ol
publication. Wrihen ot-leciions should identity
the objector by name and address, and tuily
describe the objection to the application Fil-
ing a wntien objection does not emidle you to
a Chapter 120, Florida Statutes, Administra-
tive Hearing. Only Inose persons whose sub-
stanlial interests are alleciecd by me
application and wno file a petition meeting the
equrrements ol Sections 120.596 and 120.57.
Flonda Siaatues. and Cnapler 28-106. Flonda
Administrative Code, may obtain an adminis-
trative neanng. Ail rimely killed wnnen obiec-
tions will be presented to ihe Board for
considerations in its delierations on applica-
lion prior to ir.e Board making action on the ap-
plicahion.
Gloria Lewis,.Director,
Division of Permit Data Services.
St Johns River Waler Maragernert District
legal no. 7589 published October 20, 2005
in Clay County's Clay Today newspaper.


PUBLIC NOTICE
The District Board of Trustees of St. Johns
River Community College will hold its regular-
ly scheduled monthly meeting on Wednesday,
November 16,,2005 at 5:00 p.m. at the St. Au-
gustine Campus. 2990 College Drive. St. Au-
gushne. FL The agenda may include. but is
nol limited lo. business atlars. personnel mat-
ters. lacilihes items, and academic and slu.
dent affairs.-
Authority.for the rules is found in Florida
Staiules, Seclions 1001 64 and 1004.65. If
any person wishes to appeal any decision
made Dy the Boeard of Trusiees ol Sf Johns
River Commun.iy College war. respect to any
maner considered at such meeting, ne or she
will need a record of the proceedings and
may need to ensure that a verbatim record of
the proceedings is made.
Estimated economic impact on all affected
persons cannot be determined. Copies of pro-
posed rules can be examined at the Adminis-
tration Building, St. Johns River Community
College, 5001 St. Johns Avenue, Palatka,
Florida, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and
5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. For dis-
ability accommodations call (386) 312-4106.
legal no. 7590 published October 20,2005
in Clay County's Clay Today newspaper.


PUBLICSALE
WE Stor of Middleburg will conduct a public
sale to the highest bidder for cash only on their
premises at 4404 CR 218, Middleburg, FL
32068, on November 4,2005; at 5:30 p.m. on
the following units: The company reserves the
right to reject any bid and withdraw any items
from the sale. #123 Rachel Brown, household
goods, #203 Carl Cole, living room furniture,
#116 Cynthia L. Dalager, household items,
clothes, #267Timothy M. Dexterhouse, 2 bed-
room suites, boxes, #170 Luke Edwards,
parts, #428 Amanda Hall, household goods,
#308 Lauren Harrell, household goods, #415
Beveriy L. Jackson, fumiture & boxes, #302
Shawn D. Leonard, drywall, scaffold, bike,
boxes, #134 Kimberly Malone, household
goods, #534 Robert R. Pate, household
goods, #276 Correna Pifer, household goods,
#253 Frances Register, fumiture, china, glass,
#618 Samantha Souvigny, furniture, #155
Sara Strickland, furniture, clothes, shoes,
#103 Randy Taliaferro, tools, holiday items,
#426 Jean E. White, furniture, household
goods, #225 Bridgett Whitener, household
goods, #274 Frederick Wilbanks, household
goods, #259 Christopher Wynn, household
goods. "
legal no. 7591 published October 20,and
27, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
-newspaper.








October 20, 2005


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


Section B-23


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH
JUDICIALCIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, CASE NO: 05-DR-1254
D IV B "
HOLRITCH RIVETTE, Petitioner
and ..
RENALDINE LABBE RIVETTE, Respondent
NOTICE FACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
TO: RENALDINE LABBE RIVETTE
70 Locust Wood Blvd., Elmont, NY 11003
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a notice of action
has been filed against you and that you are re-.
quired to serve a copy of your written defens-
es, if any, to it on RIVETTE HOLRITCH, 741
Park Ave #207, Orange Park FL 32073 on or
before November 28, 2005 and file the origi-
nal with the clerk of this Court at: Room 105,
825 N. Orange Ave., Green Cove Springs, FL.
32043, before service on Petitioner or imme-
diately thereafter. If you fail to do so, a default
may be entered against you for the relief de-
,manded in the petition.
Copies of all court documents in this case,
including orders, are available at the Clerk of
the Circuit Court's office. You may review
these documents upon request.
You 'must: keep the Clerk of the Circuit
..Court's office notified of your current address.
(' Ou mray ni I lliche oi C urrenr Address, Flori-
da Supreme Court Approved Family Law
Form 12.915.) Future papers'in this lawsuit will
be mailed to the address on record at the
clerk's office..
WARNING: Rule 12.285;;, Florida Family Law
Rules of Procedure,:requires certain automat-
ic disclosure of .documents and information.
Failure to comply can result in sanctions, in-
cluding dismissal or striking of pleadings.
Dated: October 14, 2005,
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Circuit
Court,byt Amanda L: Ellison, deputy clerk..
legal no. 7592 published October 20, 27
and: November 3 and 10, 1005 in Clay
County's Clay Today newspaper.


NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ncl.ice is hereby given final rhe underedirnea.
pursuani lo Ihe Fcihilious 1ame Siaiules
Crapier No 9-267 Laws 01 Fiorida Seciron
865.09 Fiorcia Srarules ail register iir. Ine-
Department of State, Division of Corporations,
upon receipt of prodf.oi publication ol ir,,. nr,.
lice. ihe fict;ii.:'u name lo wil:
KARELSON'S HOME INSPECTION. L.L.C.
Under wni,-n r 'weam'are engaged in tu.inei.
at:
529- THORNBERRY ROAD, ORANGE
PARK, FL 32073
That the party/parties interested in said busi-
ness enterprise is/are as follows: .
SERGEY KARELSON
LEGAL NO. 7593
Published October 20. 2005 in Clay Coun-
ty s Clay Today newspaper.


NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
r" c.:ie is rerer., giern irn e unrer.iqgnr
pursuanT I.:n inE Fci.hiousi. Name Sialulec
Criapier '1 9.-26 LaWs ,:'I Fi:.r,cia Se& liun
'C 039 Florida Sraiuie .li ,'eqi-i.er win ire
D: epSrnmenm ,i Stale Dj'.-r ,u Corp-jraiilns.
upon receipl ol proot ol publicairn :r, inis n.:..
lice, ire hl i|ri':us name 10 w*a
STOVER'S CUSTOM CAKES
Under ni.ch ti,*ae'rr.are erngagea in business
: at:., : .. .. .
P.O. BOX 65997, ORANGE PARK, FL.
: 32065 :
Thai ire parry.'parnes inileesied in said ODu's
nes errierprise is are as l'ollw. s:
MINDY STOVER & CAROL ENGLE
LEGAL NO. 7594
Published October 20. 2005 in Clay Coun-
ty s Clay Today newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY FLORIDA
CASE NO: 10-2005-CA-782-E

DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST COM.
PANY. AS TRUSTEE OF AMERIOUEST
MORTGAGE SECURITIES. INC ASSET
-BACKED PASS THROUGH CERTIFICATES
SERIES 2005-.R1, UNDER THE POOLING
AND SERVICING AGREEMENT DATED AS
OF
FEBRUARY 1,2005. WITHOUT RECOURSE
Plaint.itl.
i vs
CHARLA BAKER: UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
CHARLA BAKER: UNKtJOWN TENANT I.
UNKNOWN TENANT II. and any unknown
neirs. devisees. graniees. crealors and olher
S' unknown persons or urknown spouses claim.
S ng by through and under any of Ihe above-
named Deienaanis.
Delendanis
NOTICE OF,
FORECLOSURE SALE
'.. NOTICE is hereny given thai the
unaersigned Clerk oi the Circurt Coun of Clay
County, Florida-will on the 10TH DAY OF
NOVEMBER. day of 2005. at 10:00 o'clock
A.M al ihe Front steps oI me Clay Counry
Counhouse in Green Cove Springs ohfer lor
sale and sell al. public ouicry io Ihe hi.nesi andr
best bidder tor cash. the loilciwngadescnbed
prcperry siruale in Clay Courniv Florida
S Lo 6. Biock. 86 JACKSONVILLE SOUTH
SUtIT TWO 121 according 10o Ie map or plat
i thereo' as recoraea in Plal Book 11. Pagelsi
1. through 13. inclusive, of Ine Public Records
ol Clay Count' Flonda
Togelher wlh a Mobile Home silualed riere-

pursuant Io ihe Firai Judgmeni eniered in a
case pending rin said Courn, ihe snyle o whnch
is inaicaled above.

S WITNESS my hand and ohcital seal of sard
Court irrs 121h day 1 Ocilober 2005


" CASE NO: 10-2005-CA-782-E
In accordance with the Americans With Dis-
abilities Act, persons with disabilities needing
a special accommodation to participate in this
proceeding should contact Martha Butlei, Su-
pervisor, Circuit Civil, 825 N. Orange Avenue,
Green Cove Springs, Florida, telephone (904)
269-6349, not later than seven (7) days prior
to the proceeding. If hearing impaired, (TDD) -
1-800-955-8771; or Voice (V) 1-800-955-
8770,.via Florida Relay Service.
(SEAL). James B. Jett
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
SDebra M, Beyerle, Deputy Clerk
Attorney for Plaintiff:
Shawn L. Demers
Butler & Hosch, P.A.
3185 S. Conway Rd., Ste. E
Orlando, Florida 32812
legal no. 7595 published October 20 and
27, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY COUN-
TY, FLORIDA, CIVIL DIVISION, CASE NO:
10-2005-CA-887
COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOA.J'S. INC., Plain-
tiff
vs.
LIANNEK. SEEDORFA/K/ALIAr IJE K r.MAL-
ONE, et al, Defendants.
NOTICE FACTION
TO: UNKNOWN BENEFICIARIES OF THE
LIANNE K. MALONE FAMILY TRUST DATED
2/22/03 (Residence Unknown)
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for Fore-
closure of Mortgage on the following de-
scribed property:
LOT7, BLOCK B, LAKESIDE ESTATES
UNIT 7, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 9,
PAGES 49, 50 AND 51,'OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA.
has been filed against you and you are re-
.quired o .ern.ve a ,:.pvov 01 yvou arinen defrs.
e.i iI .)an l i. ,on MarirSal C. WV alie.r.. PA
An.:.rre, c.r Piainhet i wi '.se addresS i, 1800-
IJW J9ir Sirei Su.(I 12,0 FT Lauderaale FL
33309 orn or bE:,'.r. lo.e'errIber 28. 2-,05 a
l3Ei iasrr, r i rw ririrnrrVy 30l ,avs aner lhe
TIirl pu i.: ai' rn .-.I ir. I J.:i- ,n tre Clav To,3 ay
anrd ic Ir.e .:.igirrai m | sI il- l Cler, of Ih' Couri,
,.ihetr tbelor-e .er ,:e or, Plairiln's allrrrE/
rnmm-ed.aliv increari.er. oinerwj ,.s 5 delu.all Ahill
be entered agairil ou lor Ih I relrel aemend-
Ed in ire. c.rrmplaird
In ar, :cc ararce air. ir.e Ameri,:ar, wmin Die-
aLtilihe-. A.:I ol i 1990 I ADA ,ie.abilea pers:rs
wr,,:. e, aue:.Su -'e,: IrE .d, Oi..I'ie, ne'd -p ."ai '
S,:,:,mm.3al-. or, .:. parI, palr in Irs pr.:,.eed,3-
ing mncculd cc.rIaci r, ADA C.:ordrnaI,:rl 31 C5.
ti Or.arne Aernue Gree r,I C:. : prnn.?, FL
3-04? ,or lelepr.,rie 'is.:e TOD 1"_'41 630.il
.J ri,.-l la i .r I iar. II.i tu ii i .S a','- pro r I:.
.ucr, r... p ,.: ni.3-d,
WlIT iES: rr,. a d.d r iar,. lre i al .:..I ir ..
C, urln ir,," 1 i ,. i .:. 0.:. I:,t.,er _', S5


(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of theCourt,
by: Amie Herrera, deputy clerk. .
legal no. 7596 published October 20 and
27, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


.IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA, 'IN AND FOR CLAY COUNTY,
CIVIL DIVISION, CASE NO: 05-CA-668-E
CITIFINANCIAL MORTGAGEGE COl,.lPAI'',,
INC., Plaintiff
:vs. -
JUDITH DOWNES F/K/A JUDITH ANN
DOYLE; THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF JU-
DITH DOWNES F/K/A JUDITH ANN DOYLE;
WILLIAM 0.:DOWNES, JR.; THE UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF WILLIAM 0: DOWNES, JR.; IF
LIVING, INCLUDING. ANY UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF SAID DEFENDANTSS, IF RE-
MARRIED, AND IF DECEASED, THE.RE-
'SPECTIVE UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, CREDITORS,
LIENORS, AND TRUSTEES,. AND ALL
OTHER PERSONS CLAIMING; BY,,
THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAliIiST THE
NAMED DEFEIIDAITiS), WELL F.,RGO
FIIIAIICIAL FLORIDA IC F/K/A NOR-.
WES.T FI[AI.CIAL FLORIDA, IflC CLAY.
HILL REA OWIIJER3 ASSOCIATIOIl 11JC.;
A DISSOL.'ED CORPORATION GREEN
TREE SERVIGIIG LL(C F'K ACOrISECO FI-
NANCE SERVICING CORP. F/K/A GREEN
TREE ERV'iCidIG FIT IArNICIAL CORPORA-
T101O WHETHER DISSOLVED OR
PRESENTLY EXISTING, TOGETHER WITH-
ANY GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, CREDI-
TORS, LIENORS, OR TRUSTEES OF SAID
DEFENDANTS) AND ALL OTHER PER-
SONS CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER,
OR AGAINST DEFENDANTSS; UNKNOWN
TENANT #1; UNKNOWN TENANAT #2, De-
fendant(s).
NOTICE OF SALE
1Joiice is hereby qier i, hai pursuant to a
Final Summary Juldmern ci Fcremc.sure en-
tered in ihe a5 .,'p., ...ryle, c auJe in rhe Circuit
Court of Clay County, Florida, I will sell the.
property situated in C la,' Courry. Fi.:.rida de-
scribed as:
PARCEL 1O 19 OF GO'LDSBORO Ii SEC-
TION.5, TOWIISHIP- 5 SOUTH RAIiGE 24
EAST, CLAY COUNTY.
DESCRIPTION:
COMMENCE AT THE SOUTHEAST COR-
NER OF-SECTION 5, TOWNSHIP SOUTH,
RANGE24 EAST AND RUN SOUTH 89 DE-
GREES 26 MINUTES 45 SECONDS WEST
ALONG THE SOUTH LINE OF SAID SEC--
TION 650 FEET TO THE SOUTHWEST
CORNER. OF "MIMOSA WOODS", UN-:
RECORDED SUEDiVI SiIOl THEtCE COl..
TirnUE SOUTH 89 DEGREES 26 M111UTES
1c5 ECOlrd0, WEST ALOrIG SAID SOUTH
LINE 1520- 9 FEET TO THE FOIl.T OF BE',,
Gir1Jl IG THE iC E COr ITI NUE SOUTH 6
DEGREES .: 1,1IIUTES J15 SECOrINCS
WE=T SaLOrIG :SAILD OLITH LITE 2.0 r3


Notice Of Meeting Magnolia West
Community Development District
Tre r.ular menrr,,g rI ihe Board of Supervisors of-the Magnolia W est Comnmunity
De.elo.iprnernI D,.lrci r iil re reid j cn Welnre.sdav l.:vember 2 2005 a i 00 po al Iihe
Orange Pari. in Sl .lori R.:.oom 1.50 Park Avenue. Orange F anr Flord.a Tre meet-.
ring open i.:i ire public arnd irll be c'.rducie i;r, acco aaridace rin me pro.:.'i.,rlns of
FIlrida Law l':or Communiry Dervelupmeni Dilricle Tre melriinr. may ue c'cnl,rijeCto a
dale lime and place 130 io specihed .-.n ire ie.corL a inre meeirin
Tnere ma' ,e occasions when one or mor.:.e Superi.icr- aili pani.:ipale tr, tele-
phone At Ire a.boLe locallon ihere.Mll be* present a zpealker lelelpr..,ne so lhai any
inlresred person cran anerd I me meeting al the a.0.'e .: 3iuron ,an1rd be lully irnrmed3 rI
Ire da.'cu.- ons laKinr pla:e irner ,r, peie ,rson or by Iel-pr one communica: ion
Anry p.r.n requiring special acc'omm.odlhorri al I.:n meelinr, becau.o a dl isai I-
,ry or pr.ye.cal ,mpairmeri sr.o.uld ronlacti tre Deir,ci Otice al 1i5-11 753.030 9 AI lea il'
live calendar days pior 10 ithe meeting.
Eachn person who decides lu appeal an, decision made by Irne Board ail, respect
10 any manner coriidered a31 Ir merelrng is adeied lial person Will need a record of the
proceedings and final accordingly. Ire person may need io ernure thal a verbatim
record of ine proceedings is made including ine leslimony and evidence upon which
Such appeal is 1c De based.
'Severn Trent '
Managemernti Services
legal no. 7600 published October 20. 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today newspaper.



NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIVE
SPUBLICHEARING

THE PUBLIC IS HEREBY NOTIFIED thatl me Cla, Counr' Board of'
County Commissic.ners all hold an admirnisrail.'e public rearinng Tuesday,
November 8 2005. aT 3.30 p m or as soon iriereaier as c an be r.eara in tne Board
oi County Commissioners Meeling Room on ihe Founh FI-or of ihe Clay County
Admrnisiraihon Building 477 Hc.uiion Sueel. Green Cove Springs. Florida, for the
purpose 01 coniiderring an application lor irancnise auinoinrr conEenT to assignment
or transfer ofi c.rirol ol cable Teleevior, Iranchise I.ransfer oi Galaxy Cablevision
cable ileevison Iranchise to Florida Cable, Inc.)
All Inreresled pereons are invited o anend Ihe public hearing arid be head by the
Board on mariners penaining to the above-referenced proposed application for trans-
fer oi cable television Iranch;se agreement.
Pursuant to Section 286 0105. Florida Staluies a person deciding to
appeal any decision made Dy ihe Board win respect ro any master c:,nsiaered ati he
mee-ing ol fhe Board ai which the public hearing is neld or a any subsequent meel-
ing to wncn ine Board has continued iis deliDerallons is advised inai such person
will neea a record ol all proceedanga ana may need i' ensure Ihat a verbaiim record
or' all proceedings is made wnich mus ;include ire rei;rmony and evidence uponn
which Ire appeal is to be base
in acco.rddarce wir, ihe Amer.:ans Wih Dea.iliiies AcT any person need-
ing a special accommodalion lo participaTe in iis marnier should C.ontact Ire Clay
Counrv ADA Coordinator by iriail at Poi OHtce Boy 13Pi.. Green C.,e Springs,
Florida 320-1?,. or by lcelphore al number 19041 269-6376. ro Ilaer Iran three 13)
days piror to the rear.ng or proceeding Ifor wrich rihi notice na been gir, ven. Hearing
impaired persons can access In- iorego.ng leleplone number by .conacling the
Filoida Relay Service at 1-800-9558 6"7 IjVo.icel. or 1.800-955-87.1 TODDI

Board of Cnty commissioners
Clay County, Florida ..

legal no. 7569 published October 20 and November 3, 2005 in Clay County's
Clay Today newspaper.


FEET, THENCE RUN NORTH 11 DEGREES #45541377
33 MINUTES 21 SECONDS WEST ALONG 1988 SANTANA MOBILE HOME VIN
AL SOUTHERLY EXTENSION OFTHE CEN- KH4426D3FB9991GAB arid TITLE
TERLINE OF A 60 FOOT ACCESS ROAD, #45505048
200.00.FEET TO-A POINT ON A CUL-DE- .NA/K/A
SAC HAVING A RADIUS OF 50 FEET AND 2079 KrOTTIHGHAM PLACE- .
BEING CONCAVE TO THE NORTH, MIDDLEBURG FL :32068
THENCERUIN r.ORTHERLi ALONG THE at public sale AT 10:00 A.M. or as soon
ARC OF SAID CUL-DE-SAC AN ARC DIS- thereafter as same can be done, ic. ire r.ign.
TANCE OF 124 9c FEET ITHROUGHA CEI J- est bidder, or bidders, for cash, .or, ine Ir.:ri
TRAL ArJGLE OF 1-13 DEGREES ('17 steps of the Clav C,-urr,, Co:.unr.-,ije Gr.er,
".lltJUTES48SECONDSANDACHORD OF C. '-ce cpr.ng: Fl.r,-oa or, THE 6TH DAY OF
I NORTH 6 DEGREES 52 MINUTES 41 SEC- DECEMBER, 2005.
ONDS EAST-94.87FEET),TOA POINT ON Daio ir.i; 1 ',ir ,a. ol C'.:i.:.,t,,r. -i'i :
THE EAST RIGHT OF WAY OF SAID.60. SEALi .J.AMES e JETT, ClerkofAthe.Circuit
.FOOT ACCESS- ROAD, THENCE RUN Court ., ,rDebra r.1 B E.,ycle depur,, ,:j.rk
NORTH-78 DEGREES 26 MINUTES 39 Law Ortlce,: l Darniel C,:Con.u3
SECONDS EAST 225.25 FEET, THENCE 9204 King Palm Drive
RUN SOUTH 11 DEGREES 33 MINUTES 21 *Tampa, FL 33619-1328
SECONDS EAST 339.62. FEET TO THE Attorneys for Plaintiff
SOUTH LINE OF SECTION 5 AND THE' In accordance with theAmerican with Disabil-
POINT OF BEGINNING BEING AND LYING cities Act of 1990, persons needing a special
IN SECTION 5, TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH, a,-,:.:.mmrrdal.e:,r. :,lpani.:.pile ir.."p'roc.eed-
RANGE 24 EAST, CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA. ,r ng ri,:,uild .-.-.r,II ire ADA C.or.ir,inator nr,,
PARCEL NO. 20 OF GOLDSBORO IN I's. Irr -e..-r, i. ia,3" pr.:.r I.:.Ir.e procei-.
SECTION 5, TOWNSHIP 5.SOUTH, RANGE ,ng. II hear.n.g impa.re.. piea- :.ll -:I ",l
24 EAST, CLAY COUNTY. 955-9771 iTDDi or iOiOli. 95' 87-0 .,..i:e ....
DESCRIPTION: Fl:..ere Relay Ser.,..:e
CO.11.1E.EICE AT THE SOuLTHEAT COR legal no. 7597 published October 20'and
'NEROF SECTIO[N5 TOW1J-HIP5SOULTH 27. 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
RAl GE -4 EAST ATID RIilJ SOUTH O9 DE- newspaper.
AGREES 26 tllJIJTES -,5 SECONDS WEST
ALOI.IG THE SOUTH LIlrE OF SAID SEC
TION .650 FEET TO THE SOUTHWEST IN THE COUNTY:COURT -FOURTH JUDJ-
CORNER OF "MIMOSA WQODS", UN- CIALCIRCUIT, INAND FOR CLAY COUNTY,
RECORDEDiSUBDIVISION.THENCE CON- :LORIDA. CASE riC) 0-.-.'"CC719. Ci.' D
TINUE SOUTH 89 DEGREES 26 MINUTES -I. DAuGHT LANIDI G0 UNrIT 3 5 Fior,da cor-
45 SECONDS WEST ALONG SAID SOUTH p.r aiori. PIa.r.i.n
LINE 1782.95 FEET TO THE PO IJT OF BE- vs. -
GINNING, THENCE RUN NORTH 11 DE- "TONNIE R. NICELY, arnd BENEFICIAL
GREES 33 MINUTES 21 SECONDS WEST F..ORIDA, INC., Defendants.
ALONG A SOUTHERLY EXTENSION OF NOTICE OF SALE
THE CENTERLINE OFA60 FOOTACCESS I NOTICE IS HEREEr' GIVEN Irihal puriueri
ROAD, 200.00 FEETTOAPOINTONACUL- t1 hne Delaull Finai .iJugmerntl or F,:.re,losu,'e
DE-SAC HAVING A RADIUS OF 50 FEET entered in this cause, the undersigned Clerk
AND BEING CONCAVE TO THE :NORTH, will sell ire Iol.',r,; property r. Cla Cojrrv.
THENCE'RJr iNORTHERL' ALONG THE Florida.
ARC OF SAID CUL-DE-SAC AN ARC DIS- LOTi 00-1. RIDAUGIHT LANJDIJnG UNjIT 3.AS
TANCE OF 124 90 FEET THROUGH A RECORDED i i PLAT BOOK 25 PAGES_27
CETITRAL AIjGLE OF i-i, DEGREES :,7" 28. 29 3i 3I1 A[0' 32 OF THE OF PUBLIC
MIt.uTESJ& SECOtlDSArIDACHORDOF RECORDS OF CL4' COI.IJT'r FLORIDA
NORTH )29DEGREES 5M9IliJuTES 20SEC- ATlD .IORE SPECIFICALLY DESCRIBED
Of-IDS WEST 467 FEET TO A POIrnT Or AS ..15 CHIEF RIDAuGHT TRAIL MlD-
THE WEST RIGHT OF WAY OF SAID 60 DLEBURG, FL. 3206F
FOOT ACCESS ROAD, THENCE RUN .l public .ale i.: e r,,gre) blder ior casr,
SOuTrt78 DEGREES 2r.'..IllJUTES 39 SEC- al ihe iromi joor :.i iThe C la courir; Cujrl-
OIJDS WEST -12'' 01 FEET THEIJCE RUN: house, rn Gree-ri Cov,' Springs Filoria Trhe
SOUTH 11 DEGREES 01 MIrIUTES 21 SEC- : ale ill e held .r. Wednesday. November
ONDS EAST 200.41 FEET TO THE SOUTH 2. 2005 between the hours of 11:00 a.m.
LINE OF SECTION, THENCE RUN NORTH and 2:00 p.m.
89 DEGREES 26 MINUTES 45 SECONDS (SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk, by: Diane
-EAST ALONG SAID SOUTH LINE 469.5 Clayton, deputy clerk." .
FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. W THOMAS COPELAND, Esquire.
BEING AND LYITIG III SECTION 5, TOWN- 208 South Range Street
.SHIP 5 SOUTH RAfNGE 24 EAST,. CLAY Madison. FL. 32340:
COLUNT. FLOHID legal no. 7598 published October 20 and
T,..r,:iude a .27, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
1 98 SIITAtIA i.b.10LE HOME.; VIN newspaper.
SKH-4426D3FE99'":lCAA AND TITLE


LEGAL NOTICE

THE EMERG.ErC ,SERVICES AIjD HOMELESS COALITION OF JACKSONVILLE,
Ir'.al Bo.ar. Ic.r inie Emer.ernc Food and Sneller rlalirnal B'.oard Prog- r m req.jes
appli'alor'ri Ior Turjirg Ior.T, putbIr ,jr primali ri,.:..I.o r.pro .li .r'3argn.il',ii n-z -i.erviing ,
Du.'.al C':urnt', irnal po'i .a -e eneriren y IOi d r and seller meals Iodging ari. d iranri'.al
assililarce ic.'r rerni '.:.,n:.ag- and u iltl paymenrli in arrears:
Appl.,:ai.-.n are al:, .equesled io pro.:ide inr.ese emergency services through the
Grani.-n.Ai.d pr.gram rurnded t. ire Florda Department of Children and Familities,
ser.ing Duval Clay. Paker ancri lassau Courlies
Foan a.ran irlpl, ,," l .r .nrTai.n. cor.iaIvl Meiloda Biernrin al 904-744-5023, or at.
ir.e Emereq.-n.:., Service: and Homrrele=.1 Coaihlon '900 LIn..er.:rv Blvd.;,N. Suite 405,
Ja.:-ior.vilIe. FL 32. 11 DEADLIIJE 4 100 PM I o,,.emCr r 8, 2005.' '
legal no. 7586 published October 20. 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today news-.
paper.



REQUEST FOR BIDS

NJOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tir-a sealed bids will be received until 4:00 P.M.,
Monday. November 14. 2005, al me Finance Department, 4th Floor, Clay County
Administration-Building, 477 Houston Street, Green Cove Springs, -Florida, 32043, for
the following:

Bid No. 05/06-11, "CONSTRUCTION OF PAVILIONS AT FOXMEADOW PARK'"

Bids winl ie opened i 1 00 P M or as sn thereafteas thereafter s possible, on Tuesday,
November 15 2005 in Ine Board ol0 County Commissioners' Conference Room "B",
S 4th Floor Clav Counry Aaministration Buiiadng. 477 Houston Street, Green Cove
Springs, Florida 47043. n the presence 01 me Finance Office Staff, and/or the Clerk
or Deputy Clero ind anll oiher .lnreslea persons
The opened b.a wiii oe read aloud, examined for conformance to specifications,
iula.uiaia na one copy prier.ea r.n the custody ol ire Finance Department. The
Budget Finance arna Personnel Committee of the Board ill convene as soon there-
after as possible icllow.ng me November 22, 2005, Board of County Commissioners'
Mealing, and present its finding to the next regularly scheduled Board of County
Commiss.oners' MeIeting.
Bids will not be valid unless received by the bid deadline and in a sealed envelope
marked "Sealed Bid No. 05/06-11, CONSTRUCTION OF PAVILIONS AT FOXMEAD-'
OW PARK", "Tuesday;,November .15, 2005," and the name of company submitting the
bid to be received until 4:00 P.M., Monday, November 14, 2005.
Envelopes will be mailed, or delivered in person, to the above address.
Specifications may be obtained and questions answered at the office of the Parks &
Recreation Depanmer by Mr. Tom Price, Director, at (904) 284/269-6378.
Bids require a live 15) percent Did bond and may riot be withdrawn for a period of
thirty (30) days subsequent to the date of the bid opening,.
The County reserves ine righl to: waive formalities in any bid, .to reject any or all
bids with or without cause, including the lack of availability of adequate funds, and/or
to accept the bid that, in its judgment, will be in the best interest of the County of.Clay.
A person or affiliate Aho rna_ beer, placed on the convicted vendor list following a
conviction 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
entity for the construction 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
Sas a contractor, supplier, subcontractor,-or consultant under a contract with any pub-
lic entity, and may not transact business with any public entity in excess of the thresh-
old 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.

Richard J. O'Connell, Acting County Manager

legal no. 7606 published October 20,2005 in Clay-County's Clay Today newspaper.








CLAYTODAY.BIZ


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, CASE NO: 2005-1764-
DR, DIV. D
SARAH J. OLIGER, Petitioner
and .
MARCUS LEE OLIGER, Respondent
NOTICE FACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
TO: MARCUS LEE OLIGER
1597 S. Lane Ave. Apt. 12-G, Jacksonville, FL
32210-1550.,
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a notice of action
has been filed against you and that you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your written defens-
es, if any, to it on Sarah J. Oliger, whose.
address is 1688 Patricia Lane, Orange Park,
FL 32073 on or before November 21, 2005
and file the original with the clerk of this Court
at: Room 105, 825 N. Orange Ave., Green
Cove Springs, FL. 32043, before service on
Petitioner or immediately thereafter. If you fail
to do so, a default may be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the petition.'
Copies of all court documents in this case,
including orders, are available at the Clerk of
the Circuit Court's office. You may review
these documents upon request.
You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit
Court's office notified of your current address.
(You may file Notice of CurrentAddress, Flori-.
da Supreme Court Approved Family Law
Form 12.915.) Future papers in this lawsuit will
be mailed to the address on record at the
clerk's office. .
WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida Family Law
Rules of Procedure, requires certain-automat-
ic disclosure of documents and information.
Failure to comply can result in sanctions, in-
cluding dismissal or striking of pleadings.
Dated: October 17, 2005
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Circuit
Court, by: Wendy G. Rodriguez, deputy clerk.
legal no. 7601 published October 20, 27,
November 3 and 10, 2005, in Clay County's
- Clay Today newspaper.


IN THE COUNTY COURT. IN AND FOR
CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA, CASE NO: 05-
431CC, DIV. D
J.D. HOWELL, A/K/A DAVID HOWELL, Plain-
tiff
vs.
KARL W. WALMSLEY, an individual and THE
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF KARLW. WALMS-
LEY, Defendants
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Ihai. puisuari
to the Default Final Judgment of Foreclosure
entered inr Ie .above cap.r.ioried .acior I will
s~eil he properry suluaid ,in Clav County Flori-.
da ae,:nbed.as
LOT5; BLOCK, CROOKED BRANCHAC-
CORDING TO PLAT THEREOF AS
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 9. PAGES 32"
AND 33, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
C LAY COUr IT r' FLORIDA
COMMON' KNOWN AS- 22'3 STAUF-
iFER ROAD GREEN COvVE SPRINGS,
FLORIDA, 32'043 Clay Couniry I 1he Real
Property'); and-
1970 PARK AVENuE MOBILE HOME
ID#202-0, TITLE NUMBER 4217731'('THE
MOBILE HOME"), togelher. ,-. -
31a public sale o Ire riighest and best Didder
for cash, on the outside froni entrance sleps.


lo the Clay County Counnouse, U.S. Highway
17, Green Cove Springs, Florida AT 110:00
A.M. ON THE 9TH DAY OF NOVEMBER,
2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of Circuit
Court, by: Diane Clayton, deputy clerk.
GARY L WILKINSON, ESQUIRE
1301 Riverplace Boulevard
Suite 1818
Jacksonville, Florida 32207
(904) 398-1818.
legal no. 7602 published October 20 and
27, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today-
newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN THE FOURTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, CASE NO: 05-CA-196,
DIV. B
VANDERBILT MORTGAGE AND FINANCE,
INC., as successor in interest to CMH
HOMES, INC., d/b/a CLAYTON HOMES,
Plaintiff.
vs.
LIGIA DANIELA PREDA f/k/a LIGIA PREDA
MERCER a/f/k/a LIGIA MERCER; CHRISTO-
PHER ALAN MERCER a/k/a CHRISTOPHER
A. MERCER; THOMAS RANDALL JONES,
JR.; ORANGE PARK MEDICAL CENTER,
INC. do.'a ORANGE PARK MEDICAL CEN-
TER; and UNKNOWN TENANT IN POSSES-
SION, Defendants
NOTICE OFSALE
NOTICE is hereby given that, pursuant tot
he Order of Summary Judgment of Foreclo-
sure in this cause, in the Circuit Court of Clay
County, Florida, I will sell the property situated
in Clay County, Florida, described as:
PARCEL NO. 9 OF HUNTER HILL IN SEC-
TIONS 4 & 5-T5S-R24E, CLAY COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
DESCRIPTION:
COMMENCE AT NORTHEAST CORNER
OF THE SOUTH HALF OF THE NW 1/4 OF
SECTION 4-T5S-R24E AND RUN S352'34"!
E ALONG THE EAST LINE OF THE WEST
HALF OF SAID SECTION 1687.0' TO THE.
NORTHEAST CORNER OF "MIMOSA
CREEK ACRES" (UNRECORDED S/D),
THENCE RUN SOUTHWESTERLY ALONG
THE .NORTHERLY LINE OF MIMOSA
CREEK ACRES AND MIMOSA CREEKSIDE,
UNRECORDED S/D, THE FOLLOWING
BEARINGS AND DISTANCES:
S50230'45"W 516.36', S352'11"W 275.07',
S49227'06"W 357.21', S907'39" E 107.5',
S7040'58"W 451.55', N61 56'04"W 294.1',
N421'04'W 168.85' AND N3340'09"W 49.36'
TO A POINT ON THE NORTH LINE OF MI-
MOSA CREEKSIDE; THENCE RUN
N1457'49"W386.28', THENCE RUN
N1807'44"R 505.81' TO THE SOUTH R/W
OF AN 80' ACCESS ROAD, THENCE RUN
N7152'16"W ALONG SAID R/W 200' TO
T.HE POINT OF BEGINNING, THENCE CON-
-TINUE N7152'16"WALONG SAID R,W :00'
TO THE POJNT OF BEGINNING, THENCE
CONTINUE N7152'16"W ALONG R/W
109.75', THE HNCE RUr' S18'07 J-"W 378.31',
THENCEE RUN S4.-30 E 118 69. THEHCE.
RUN N18507'44"E 423.49'TOTHE POINT OF
BEGINNING. BEING AND -LYING IN
"HUNTER.HILL", IN SECTIONS 4 & 5-T5S-
R24E. CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA.
INCLUDING A 1999 60' CLAYTON MOBILE
HOME, SERIAL VnWiC00985:'3GAAB


REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
RFP # 05/06-10

PEST CONTROL SERVICE FOR
CLAY COUNTY BUILDINGS

NOTICE iS HEREBY GIVEN Irial seale proposals. four copies, Will be received until
4:00 p.m., Monday December 5. 2005. in the Board of County. Commissioner's
Finance Department. -4in Fioor. Clay County Administration Building, 477 Houston
Street Green Cove Springs, Florida 3204-13 lor peal control or specific builangs local-
ead thioughoul ihe county in the areas of Green Cove Springs. Orange Park Keyslone
Heignis, Miadleburg. and Penney Farms. "
Service required will be a combination of monthly and as needed chemical applica-
tions ior ihe pest control ai designated county buildings. As a pre-requisite for submit-.
Iing your proposal, an on-site visis ol every building be serviced is required and is a
condlian of mis RFP
An RFP package containing your insituclions ana specilicaions. along with" a list of
ire county buildings to be serviced, can te oolained atl he Board of County
Commissioners' Office, County Admin;isatic'n Building 4th Floor, 477 Houston Street;
Green Cove Springs. ,
Proposals will be opened ai 1.00 p.m or as soon iriere lIer as possiDie, oh the-next
asy. Tuesday. December 6. 2005. in ihe Board ol County Commissioners Conference
Room B". 4th Floor. Clay County Adminsltralon Building 477 HOuSlon Street, Green
Cove Springs. Florida 32043. in Ire presence or Finance Depanmentr Stal and.or he
Clerk or Deputy anrid all oiner inieresrea persons.
Tne opened proposals will be read aloud, examined for conformance to the
requests. Iabulaled. and one copy preserved in -the custody of the Finance
Depanmeni. The Budget Finance ana Personnel Committee of ire Board will convene
as soon Inereater as possible following [he December 13. 2005 Board of County
Commissioners' Meeling and present is i inning lo ihe nexi regularly scheduled Board
ol County Commissioners Meeling
-Envelopes will be-mailed or delivered in person to the addresses shown in
Paragraph 1 above. Questions may be answered by Tim Elswick, Director of Building
Maintenance, at (904) 284/269-6370. _
The county reserves the right to waive formalities in any proposal, to reject any or
all proposals with or without cause, and/or to accept the proposal thal, in its judgment,
will-be in the best interest of the County of Clay.
A person or affiliate who has been placed on the convicted vendor list following a
conviction 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
entity for the construction or, repair of a public building or public work, may not submit
bid on leases of real property 10o a public entity, may not be awarded or perform work
as a contractor, supplier, subconlracl, or consultant under a contract with any public
entity, and may not transact business with any public entity in excess of the threshold
amount provide in Secion 287 017, Florida Statutes, for CATEGORY TWO for a peri-
od of 36 months from the date of being placed on the convicted vendor list.

-Richard J. O'Connell,
'Acting County Manager and Human Resources Director.

legal rno. 7610;published October; O, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today newspaper.


aand wrJic p.postal addre-'ss is
4969 Bent Twig Road
Middleburg, Florida 32068
at public sale, to the highest bidder for cash,
at 10:00 A.M. ON THE 9TH DAY OF NO-
VEMBER, 2005 on the front steps of the Clay
County Courthouse, located at 825 North Or-
angeAvenue, Green Cove Springs,,Florida -
32043..
WITNESS my hand and the Seal of this
Court this 14th day of Oct., 2005..
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Circuit
Court, by: Ann Garrison, deputy clerk..
ROLFE & LOBELLO, P.A.
P.O. Box 40546
Jacksonville, Florida 32203
legal no. 7603 published October 20 and
27, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


F05018021
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH,
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, CIVIL ACTION, CASE
NO: 05-882-CA, DIV. B
WELLS FARGO BANK, NATIONALASSOCl-
ATION, AS TRUSTEE FOR MORGAN STAN-.
LEY CAPITAL 1 INC. TRUST 2004-OP1
MORTGAGE PASS-THROUGH CERTIFI-
CATES, SERIES 2004-OP1, Plaintiff :
vs.
CHRISTOPHER LEE SMITH, et al, Defen-
dant(s)
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: CHRISTOPHER LEE SMITH
Last Known Address:
4428 Eli Whithney Drive
Middleburg, Fl 32068
Currnet Address: UNKNOWN
I 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 action to fore-
close a mortgage on the following property in
Clay County, Florida:
LOT 37, TRAIL RIDGE, ACCORDING TO
THE PLAT THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 23, PAGES 25 AND 26, 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 defens-
es within 30 days after the first publication, if
any, on Echevarria, Codilis & Stawiarski, Plain-
ti t arn.:.rney, wr,.:.'e address is 9119 Corpo-
rate Lake Drive; Suite 300, Tampa, Florida
336-- arJ liie in oin .ri.inai w iir, rh. Coun r i
IIer 1celore servicee or, Piriiis 3artorn,.v or ir-
mediately thereafter; otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the relief demand-
ed ir, iih Compai;ri .:' r pEihiior.
Trs- nrc.ice rshall be p.ibliirid once each
week for two consecutive weeks in the Clay
Today newspaper.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of this
Court on this 14th day of October, 2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk'of the Court,
s,y Brernao Bierinen deputy clerk. -
Echevarr;a Codilis & Stawiarski
P.O. Box 5018 .
Tampa, Florida 33622-5018
legal no. 7604 published October 20 and
27, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND
FOR CLAY COUNTY, CASE NO; 05-798-CA
AMERICAN FINANCIAL NETWORK, INC.,
Plaintiff
vs.
ISRAEL S.-EDWARDS, 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 ISRAEL S.-EDWARDS; JENNIFER
EDWARDS IF LIVING AJO IF DEAD, THE
UrIKfOWN SPOUSE. HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, LIENORS,
CREDITORS, TRUSTEES AND ALL OTHER
PARTIES CLAIMING AN INTEREST BY,
THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST JEN-
NIFER J: EDWARDS; UNKNOWN TENANT,
Defendant.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY-GIVEN pursuant to a
Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated October
13, 2005, and entered in Case No. 05-798-
CA, of .the Circuit Court of the Fourth Judicial
Circuit in and for Clay County, Florida, where-
in AMERICAN FINANCIAL NETWORK, INC.,
is a Plaintiff and ISRAEL S. EDWARDS, IF
LIVING, AND IF DEAD, THE UNKNOWN
-SPOUSE, HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
ASSIGNEES, LIENORS, CREDITORS,
TRUSTEES AND ALL OTHER PARTIES
CLAIMING AN INTEREST BY, THROUGH,
UNDER OR AGAINST ISRAEL S. ED-
WARDS; JENNIFER J. EDWARDS, IF LIV-
ING, AND IF DEAD, THE UNKNOWN
SPOUSE HEIRS. DEVISEES. GRANTEES,'
ASSIGNEES LIENORS. CREDITORS,
TRUSTEES AND ALL OTHER PARTIES.,
CLAIMING AN INTEREST BY, THROUGH,;
UNDER OR AGAINST JENNIFER J. ED-
WARDS; UNKNOWN TENANT are the De-
fendants. 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 NOVEMBER 16,2005,
the following described property as set forth in
said Final Judgment, to wit: -
PARCEL NO. 1 OF GREENSBORO AND
PARCEL NO. 40 OF HUNTER HILL IN SEC-
TION 5, TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH, RANGE 24
EAST, CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA, BEING
SOLD AS ONE PARCEL.
DESCRIPTION:
COMMENCE AT THE NORTHEAST COR-
NER OF THE SOUTH HALF OF THE
NORTHWEST 1/4 OF SECTION 4, TOWN-
SHIP 5 SOUTH, RANGE 24 EAST AND RUN
SOUTH 3 DEGREES 52 MINUTES 34 SEC-
ONDS EAST ALONG THE EAST LINE OF
THE WEST HALF OF SAID SECTION
16870.0 FEET TO THE NORTHEAST COR-
NER OF "MIMOSA CREEK ACRES"' (UN-
RECORDED SUBDIVISION), THENCE RUN
SOUTHWESTERLY ALONG .THE
NORTHERLY LIllE OF M.IMOSA CREEK
ACRES AND MIMOSA CREEKSiDE UN-
RECORDED SUBDIVISION, THE FOLLOW-
ING BEARING AND DISTANCES:
SOUTH 50,DEGREES 30 MINUTES 45
SECONDS WEST, 516.36 FEET, SOUTH 3
DEGREES 52 MINUTES 11 SECONDS
WEST, 275 0i FEET SOUTH J9 DEGREES
27 MINUTES 06 SECONDS WEST, 357.21
FEET SOUTH 9 DEGREES 07 MINUTES 39
SECONDS EAST, 107.5 FEET, SOUTH 70.
DEGREES 40 MINUTES 58 SECONDS
WEST, 451.55 FEET, NORTH 61 DEGREES
5. MINrJUTES 04 SECONDS WEST, 294.1
FEET, IIORTH 4 DEGREES 21 MINUTES 04
SECONDS WEST, 168.85. FEET AND
NORTH 33 DEGREES 40 MINUTES 09 SEC-
ONDS WEST, 49.36 FEET TO A POINT ON
THE NORTH LINE OF MIMOSA CREEK-


REQUEST FOR BIDS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that sealed bids will be received until 4:00 P.M.,
Monday, November 14, 2005, at the Finance .Department, 4th Floor, Clay County
Administration Building, 477 Houston Street, Green Cove Springs, Florida, 32043, for
the following:

Bid No. 05/06-9, "CONSTRUCTION OF TENNIS COURTS AT
FOXMEADOW PARK"
Bids will be opened at 1:00 P.M., or as soon thereafter as possible, on Tuesday,
November 15, 2005, in the Board of County Commissioners' Conference Room "B", 4th
Floor, Clay County Administration Building, 477 Houston Street, Green Cove Springs,
Florida, 47043, in the presence of the Finance Office Staff,-and/or the Clerk or Deputy
Clerk and all other interested persons. .
The opened bid will be read aloud, examined for conformance to specifications,
tabulated, and one copy preserved in the custody of the Finance Department. The
Budget, Finance and Personnel Committee of the Board will convene as soon there-
after as possible following the November 22, 2005, Board of.County Commissioners'
Meeting, and present its. finding to the next regularly scheduled Board of County
Commissioners' Meeting.
Bids will not be valid unless received by the bid deadline and in a sealed envelope
marked "Sealed -Bid No. 05/06-9, CONSTRUCTION OF TENNIS COURTS AT
FOXMEADOW PARK", "Tuesday, November 15, 2005," and the name of company
submitting the bid to be received until 4:00 P.M.; Monday, November 14, 2005;
Envelopes will be mailed, or delivered, in person, to the above address.
Specifications may be obtained and questions answered at the office of the Parks &
Recreation Department, by Mr. Tom Price, Director, at (904k 284/269-6378.
Bids require a five (5) percent bid bond and may not be withdrawn for a period of
thirty (30) days subsequent to the date of the bid opening.
The County reserves the right to waive formalities in any bid, to reject any or all bids
with or without cause, including the lack of availability of adequate funds, and/or to
accept the bid that, in its judgment, will be in the best interest of the County of Clay.
A person or affiliate who has been placed on the convicted vendor list following a
conviction for a public entity crime may not submit a bid on a contract to provide any
goods or services to a publieentity, may not submit a bid on a contract with a public
entity for the construction 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, subcontractor, 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 peri-
od of 36 months from the date of being placed on the convicted vendor list.

Richard J. O'Connell, Acting County Manager

legal no. 7607 published October 20,2005 in Clay County's Clay Today newspaper.


DeCylun


PUBLIC SALE
On November 06, 2005 at.10:00 a.m. First
Coast Towing located at 2905 Blanding Blvd.,
Middleburg, FL 32068 will be auctioning off the
following vehicles for towing and storage
costs:
1994 SATURN
#1g8zh1570rz154318
1990 LINCOLN
#1 1nlm98461y623542
1988 BUICK
#1g4hr54c7jh45T798
1993 CHEVROLET
#1 gndu06dxptl40153
1992 CHEVROLET
#2gcdgl5zlp4106979
1988 HONDA
#1hged364xja089062
1986 VOLKSWAGEN
#wvwca0162gw238954
1992 TOYOTA
#jt2skl2e6n0085279
2000 DODGE
#1b3es46c2yd548743
1991 FORD
#1facp41m4mf200731
1990 FORD
#1ftcr10a51ub37577
1997 HONDA
#1 hgce6643va021911
First Coast Towing, Inc.
2905 Blanding Blvd.
Middleburg, FL 32068
.(904) 282-7770
. legal no. 7609 Published October20, 2005
in Clay County's Clay Today riewspaper.


4Sprein B-2.4


z


October 20, 2005

SIDE THENCE RUN SOUTH 89 DEGREES
40 MINUTES 13 SECONDS WEST, ALONG
SAID NORTH LINE AND THE NORTH LINE
OF MIMOSA WOODS 1501.24 FEET TO
THE POINT OF BEGINNING THENCE RUN-
NORTH 24 DEGREES 12 MINUTES 29 SEC-
ONDS WEST 580 56 FEET TOAPOINT ON
A CUL-DE-SAC HAVING A RADIUS OF 50
FEET AND BEING CONCAVE TO THE
NORTHEAST, THENCE RUN WESTERLY
ALONG THE ARC OF SAID CUL DE-SAC AN -
ARC DISTANCE OF *5.57 FEET (THROUGH
A CENTRAL ANIGLE OF 60 DEGREES 1. -
MINUTES 43 SECONDS AND A CHORD OF
NORTH 84 DEGREES 04 MINUTES 59 SEC-
ONDS WEST, 50.18 FEET), SAID POINT
LYING ON THE SOUTHERLY EXTENSION
OF THE CENTERLINE OF A 60 FEET AC-
CESS ROAD, THENCE RUN SOUTH 36 DE-
GREES 02 MINUTES 14 SECONDS WEST,
ALONG SAID SOUTHERLY EXTENSION,
211.57 FEET TO THE NORTH LINE OF
GREENSBORO (UNRECORDED SUBDIVI-
SIOrN THEIJCE RUI SOUTH 89 DEGREES
43 MINUTES 05 SECONDS WEST ALONG
SAID LINE 306.38 FEET, THENCE RUN
SOUTH :14 DEGREES 58 MINUTES 17
SECONjDS EAST 915.88 FEET TO A
NORTHERLY RIGHT-OF-WAYOFA60 FEET
ROAD, THENCE RUN NORTH 70 DE-
GREES 07 MINUTES, 59 SECONDS EAST,
ALONG SAID NORTHERLY ROAD RIGHT-
OF-WAY 122.24 FEET TO A POINT ON THE
ARC OF A CUL-DE-SAC AT THE END OF
SAID ROAD HAVING A RADIUS OF 50 FEET
AND BEING CONCAVE TO THE WEST,
THENCE RUN EASTERLYALONG THE-ARC
OF SAID CUL-DE-SAC AN ARC DISTANCE
OF 124.9 FEET, (THROUGH A CENTRAL
ANGLE OF 143 DEGREES 07 MINUTES .48
SECONDS AND A CHORD OF NORTH 88
DEGREES 34 MINUTES 14 SECONDS
EAST 94.87 FEET) TO A POINT ON-THE
NORTH RIGHT-OF-WAY OF SAID 60 FEET
ACCESS ROAD, THENCE RUN NORTH 70
DEGREES 07 MIiIJUTES 59 SECONDS
EAST, ALONG AN EASTERLY EXTENSION
OF THE CENTERLINE OF AFORESAID 60
-FEET ACCESS ROAD 25 FEET, THENCE
RUN NORTH 0 DEGREES 31 MINUTES 56
SECONDS WEST, ALONG A NORTHERLY
EX-'ENSION OF THE WEST LINE OF MI-
MOSA WOODS UNRECORDED SUBDIVI-
SION) 468.95 FEET, THENCE RUN NORTH
89 DEGREES 40 MINUTES 13 SECONDS
EAST, ALONG THE NORTH LINE OF SAID -
SUBDIVISION 253.21 FEET TO THE POINT -
-OF BEGINNING. BEING AND LYING IN*
SECTION 5 TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH, RANGE
24 EAST, CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA.
TOGETHER WITH 2004 SKYLINE OAK-
SPRIIJGS LIMITED 881u CTB 28 X 60 DOU-
BLEWlDE SER'-S G2.2-0-264-.4.B
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the
Court, by: Debra M. Beyerle, deputy clerk.
In accordance with the Americans with.Dis-
abilities Act, persons needing a reasonable ac-
conrr-.,dation 10 parn ipali in ihr. proceeding
snriulij no lai.-iei ir sr seven I. I ays prior. .:..n
tact the Clerk of the Court's disability coordi-
nator at 9042846349, 825'I Orariqg A.ernue
Green Cove Springs, FL '204 3 i0 near ng im.
paired, contact TDDi via Florida Relay Sys-
tem.
legal no. 7605 published October 20 and
27, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
-newspaper.


PUBLIC SALE
AMERICA'S BEST STORAGE OF MIDDLE-
BURG WILL CONDUCT PUBLIC SALE TO
THE HIGHEST BIDDER FOR CASH ONLY
ON THEIR PREMISES AT 5124 CR 218, MID-
DLEBURG, FL. 32068 ON SATURDAY, OC-
TOBER 29, 2005 AT 10:00 A.M. ON THE
FOLLOWING UNITS: THE COMPANY RE-
SERVES THE RIGHT TO REJECT ANY BID
AND WITHDRAW ANY ITEMS FROM THE
.SALE, #54 & 41 WENDY BENNETT, HOUSE-
HOLD ITEMS; #60 ROBERT NEWMAN,
HOUSEHOLD ITEMS #6 CHARLES
LEHIGH, HOUSEHOLD ITEMS. ,
legal no. 7608 published October 20 and
27, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.'







2006 CHEVROLET HHR LT SEDAN


* AUTOMATIC
* LOADED W/ OPTIONS
* 30 MPG
* SEVERAL IN STOCK
READY FOR IMMEDIATE
DELIVERY


A SPECIAL WEEKLY ADVERTISING SECTION OF CLAY TODAY


WTPCHEv=LET
CALL TODAY
(904) 964-7500
1-888-4-1-CHEVY ;
US Hi-y 301 North Starko FL
Vwisl our website at. -
www.starkechevroleL.com


OCTOBER 20-OCTOBER 26, 2005 EDITION


- I I


mOmRl







CRUISIN CLAY COUNTY


_N E ,lL '&rnuiuqU .II M,,... .I .
.7_ ,,K_-,AF,-I-IN-ILU0u"-.O.-:- ._.:..



C e in, Choose 2005 Jeep- or Chrysler. We- wil show'- yox the
invoice and add $1 00. That is your prce, additionally, all consumers
-tes cometo you. It is a wonderful time to buy'or lease.







W e al'- -- a a


l9*




-AP



r.












Bob Powlison and his Plymouth Baracuda 1970

ob Po~wlison from Middleburg shown here in Texas in 1970 with the 1970
Plymouth Baracuda he ordered from the factory in 1969. Originally he
wanted it with the Hemi, but the salesperson talked him out it due, the high
cost of insurance for a young fellow! So he ordered the car with
the lighter 340 4bbl, 4 speed and it was fast. In 1971 yoUrS "
he got married and they kept the car for another 11/2 years and S o Ua[dno
sold it. The replacement...A used 1972 Oldsmobile Vista send sa pOI o r st oUr ffin ce
Cruiser Station Wagon! or byrange
.at 150 Kemail IO mPpCOM
.: rl or a arl p
rantr e
CLT.1252ll 1a
CLT.012,-4205


Section C-2


2001 BMW 330 ci, AT. AC. PW, PL.
-Tilt. Cruise, Leather, Alloys, AM/FM. CD.
$26,983. Call Mike Shad Nissan of Or-
ange Park at 1-877-208-6635
2005 350z Roadster, AT. AC, PW, PL,
Tilt, Cruise, Leather, Cass. CD. Alloys,
$33,984. Call Mike Shad Nissan of Or-
ange Park at 1-877-208-6635
2002 Chrysler PT Cruiser TE,
Chrome Wheels. Sunroof, $10,995. Call
Ray Carter Kia at 771-6078
2005 Chevy Malibu. Silver, Got it all,
Steal at $ 11,495. Call Ray Carter Kia at
771-6078
2002 Chevy Monte Carlo SS, White,
Sporty & Looks Good $14,495. Call Ray
Carter Kia at 771-6078
2005 Chevy Cavalier, $10,423. Call
Garber Automall 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 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
2005 Chevy Malibu, $12,568. Call
Garber Automall at 264-2442
2004 Chevy Monte Carlo, $15,980.
Call Garber Automall at 264-2442
2003 Chrysler PT Cruiser Touring,
AC, PW, PL, tilt, cruise Iloaded, only 15k,
miles, $8,995. Call Frank Griffin at 269-
1033
2004 Dodge Neon, factory warranty.
save $$$. 4 cyl, auto. air, local trade in.
gas saver, easy to maintain,.$8,988. Ca11
Hart Green Motors, Wells Road, at
215-9500
2005 Dodge Neon SXT, spoiler, alloys
wheels, PW, PL, tilt, cruise, CD, loaded,
low miles $ [0,999. 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
2004 Ford Mustang Convertible, V6,
auto, air, PW, PL, cruise, alloys, spoiler,
sporty and economical, factory warranty
$14,888. 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
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 Grif-
fin at 269-1033
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

SEE MORE AUTOMOBILES ON PG. 4


Vincent Grassia, Gmroup Manager
Jon Cantrell, Publisher
Dwight Hume, Mark ttu, Peg Oddy, Susan Sawyer, Sales
Greg Walsh, Managing FAditor
Irisha Cormeny, Horace Davis, Bob Henderson,
Debbie Israel Messer, Staff Writer
Leah Davis, Circulation Coonfinator
Justin Freeman, Production Manager
Tate DeLoach, Publication Designer
Nakita Powell, Lisa Dellea, Eddie Hodges, Kathy Roy
Elizabeth Holderfield, Artur Nistra, Graphic Designers

ClayvToday
1560 Kingsley Ave. Suite 1, Orange Park, FL 32073
.. 904-264-3200
-'Ca't. Wli Your Community Auto Event


October 20, 2005




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 Griffin at 269-1033




Section C-3


October 20, 2005


SERVICE
MANAGER'S SPECIAL


RAY CARTER KIA |
in produces
DANNY GAVLI.NSKI Danny Gavlinsk
Danny brings 27 years of Auto Service'
to Ray Carter Kia


771-6078
Mon-Fri 7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
Sat 8 a.m.-3 p.m.


i &- TRANSMISSION
SERVICE

Change 9
$1995 .$ 69,095



.4 -CYLINDER ALS:IE
TIMING AND BELT
*SPECIAL *FR
1 9995 .


he
Nc'


Drivers wanted.


ASH TISDPI I RF
Expect Good Things To I happen
,w ., .vvashvw.com


'1481 WELLS ROAD ORANGE PARK
269-2603 OR 1-888-430-4957
Sales Hours: 8:30am 8:00pm M-F 9:00am 7:00pm Sat


*WAC, Tag not included Art for illustration purposes only.


- - -------- - - - -
EDJ&Itl


i


. I .. 1. ... . I 4 . . . I . - - - - - - - - -- .. A I -


CRUISIN CLAY COUNTY


UB [j-J', A '^ From October 15th through December 15th,
Buy or lease a new PT Cruiser Sedan and
1!? L I receive a Tailgate Tent at no extra charge.*-
Register to Win
2 pre-game field passes and 2 tickets to the Jaguars
vs. Colts game on Sunday. December 11, 2005. **
*Residentc Restrictions appl\. must take deli er \ b\ 12 15 05
**No purchase necessary. Entries must be recei ed b\ 11 30 05.
See Dealer for Ciomplete Rules.



Hours: Mon Fri 7-7 Sat 8-5
3340 Hwy 17 Green Cove Springs
264-2442


KAky g.;AkK I r-K
-000=mftmbh
QK!A






Section C-4 CRUISIN CLAY COUNTY October 20, 2005


2005 Ford Taurus SE, AT, AC, RW,
PL, tilt, cruise, CD, good miles! $11,999:.
Call Frank Griffin at 269-1033
2000 Ford F-150 Supercab, Over 20
trucks in stock, all serviced and ready for
immediate delivery. Starting as low as
$11,988. Call Hart Green Motors,
Wells Road, at 215-9500
2001 Ford Expedition XLT 4 Door,
V8, auto, front and rear air, 4x4, loaded
with options including leather interior,
$13,978. Call Hart Green Motors,
Wells Road, at 215-9500
1999 Honda CRV LX 4 Dr, much
sought after vehicle, very reliable and a
gas miser. Can you believe? Only $8,988.
Call Hart Green Motors, Wells Road,
at 215-9500
2005 Honda Civic LX, silver, loaded,
was $14,995 Now $13,995. Call Ray
Carter Kia at 771-6078
2002 Honda Accord EX V6, AT, AC,
PW, PL, Tilt, Cruise, Leather, Cass, CD,
Sunroof, $14,881. Call Mike Shad Nis-
san of Orange Park at 1-877-208-6635
2000 Honda Accord EX, AT, leather,
sunroof, low miles, fully loaded, $10,999.
Call Frank Griffin at 269-1033
1999 jeep Cherokee 2 Dr Sport, 6
cyl, 2 wheel drive, sporty and economical,
warranty. $4488. Call Hart Green Mo-.
tors, Wells Road, at 215-9500
2004 Kia Sedona LX Van, Factory war-
ranty, must see, loaded with equipment,
save $$$. $13,980. Call Hart Green Mo-
tors, Wells Road, at 215-9500
2004 Kia Rio Cinco, Good Miles, Super
Gas Saver $8,795. Call Ray Carter Kia
at 771-6078
2000 Lincoln Townrcar Signature Se-


01 Mitsubishi Galant
4 Dr. 4 C I ', P'.'
"- " -' $ 9 ..p-..."-" -

- $7,995


ries, fully loaded, pearl white, good miles,'
luxury at its best!, $8,999. Call Frank
Griffin at 269-1033
2003 Lincoln Town Car Signature
Series, AT, AC, PW, PL, Tilt, Cruise,
Leather, Cass, CD, Alloys, $18,982. Call
Mike Shad Nissan of Orange Park at
1-877-208-6635
2004 Mazda RX8, AT, AC, PW, PL, Tilt,
Cruise, CD, Alloys, $22,881 I. Call Mike
Shad Nissan of Orange Park at 1-877-
208-6635
1998 Mitsubishi Montero Sport XLS,
V6, automatic, air, very nice SUV, well
equipped and priced to sell. Serviced and
warranty. Hurry, won't last long at
$11,988. Call Hart Green Motors,
Wells Road, at 215-9500
2005 Nissan Sentra, AT, AC, PW, PL,
Cruise, CD, $12,481. Call Mike Shad Nis-
san of Orange Park at 1-877-208-6635.,
2004 Nissan Altima 2.5S, AT, AC,
PW, PL, cruise, CD, premium stereo,
alloy wheels $13,999. Call Frank Griffin
at 269-1033
2004 Nissan Sentra, AT, AC. PW. P.
Tilt, Cruise, CD, $10,994. Call Mike
Shad Nissan of Orange Park at 1-877-
208-6635
2004 Olds Alero GL, Spoiler, Wheels.
Toys $10,995. Call Ray Carter Kia at
771-6078
1999 Porsche Boxter Convertible, 5
speed, PW, PL, CD, low miles, excellent
cond., must see! $17,799. Call Frank
Griffin at 269-1033
2001 Pontiac Grand Am GT, white
beauty, V6, auto, air, sunroof, sporty, serv-
iced with warranty $8488. Call Hart
Green Motors, Wells Road, at 215-9500


2005 Pontiac Grand Prix, AT, AC,
PW, PL, tilt, cruise, spoiler, alloy wheels
$13,999. Call Frank Griffin at 269-1033
2001 Saturn L300, Loaded, Sunroof,
Toys $10,495. Call Ray Carter Kia at
771-6078
2003 Saturn L200, AT, AC, PW, PL,
Tilt, Cruise, CD, $10,984. Call Mike
Shad Nissan of Orange Park at 1-877-
208-6635
2002 Saturn Vue AWD, V6, automat-
ic, air, very nice SUV, well equipped and
priced to sell. Serviced and warranty.
Hurry, won't last long at $11,988. Call
Hart Green-Motors, Wells Road, at
215-9500
1998 Toyota Tacoma Ext Cab Pre-
runner, V6, automatic, air, well equipped.
This truck is in great condition and priced
to sell quickly. Don't let this one get
away! $5998. Call Hart Green Motors,
Wells Road, at 215-9500
2000 Toyota Avalon, AT, AC, PW, PL,
Tilt, Cruise, Leather, Cass, CD, $13,48 1.
Call Mike Shad Nissan of Orange Park
at 1-877-208-6635
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, sunroof,
leather, must see! $13,995. Call Frank
Griffin at 269-1033
2004 VW Beetle, AC, PW, PL, Tilt,
Cruise, Alloys, Sunroof, Cass, $14,982.
Call Mike Shad Nissan of Orange Park


00 Ford Expedition
4 Di '.* "ut, ,"4 PS P".' PL
T'.. CC CD -l::, LC5ithc-r
$9,995


96 Ford Ranger X-Cab 95 Chevrolet Astro Pass.Van 95 Cadillac Sedan DeVille
2 Dr, 4 Cyl., AC, 5 Speed, Alloys 4 Dr, V6, Auto, AC, PS, PW, PL, 4Dr,.V6, Auto, AC, PW,
$4 95TW, CC, Alloys PL, TW, CG, Cass, CD
$4,595 $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, Alloys TW, CC, CD, Alloys TW, PW, PL, CC, Leather, Alloys
$9,995 $9,395 $5,995

99 Pontiac.Sunfire 01 Ford Taurus 01 Oldsmobile Silhouette
2 Dr, 4 Cyl., Auto, AC, CD 4 Dr, V6, Auto, AC, 4 Dr, V6, Auto, AC, PW, PL,
95 PW, PL,TW, CC, CD TW, CD,-Alloys
$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
1 C(, CD, Leather,-A1oys $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, AllW, CTW, 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, 4 Cyl, Auto, AC, PW, PL, 2 Dr, 4 Cyl., 5 Spd., AC 4 Dr, V6, Auto, AC, TW,
TW,CC, Cass CC, Cass., Alloys
$7,995 $5,595 $7,995

ILY11p



I a ---- -- ---- -- ---- -- -- -


at 1-877-208-6635
2002 VW Jetta, Black Beauty, Gas Saver
$11,995. Call Ray Carter Kia at 771-
6078
2005 Buick Rendezvous, $18,183.
Call Garber Automall at 264-2442
2002 Chevy Blazer LS, Grey, Nice Ride,:
Loaded, $10,495. Call Ray Carter Kia at
771-6078
2002 Chevy Tahoe LT 4x4,-AT, AC,
PW, PL, Tilt, Cruise, CD, Alloys, Roof Air,
$16,484. Call Mike Shad Nissan of Or-
ange Park at 1-877-208-6635
2000 Chevy Tahoe LT, leather, alloy
wheels, barn doors, fully loaded, black, must
see $10,499. Call Frank Griffin at 269-1033
2005 Chevy Astro, $17,234. Call Gar-
ber Automall at 264-2442
2003 Chevy Avalanche, $22,189. Call
Garber Automall at 264-2442
2002 Chevy Avalanche 4X4, $21,43 I.
Call Garber Automall at 264-2442
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, $23,311.
Call Garber Automall at 264-2442
2002 Chevy Silverado 4X4, $22,312.
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
GarberAutomall 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 Automrnall at 264-2442
2002 Chevy Suburban, $19,987. Call
Garber Automall at 264-2442
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
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
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
2001 Ford F-150 X-Cab, AT, Extra
Clean, Bedliner, $10,991. Call Mike
Shad Nissan of Orange Park at 1-877-
208-6635
2004 Ford F-I50 XLT, AT, AC, PW,
.PL, Tilt,'GCus'CaTss.CD: Alloys, Bedlin-


October2O,2OO5


CRUISIN CLAY COUNTY


Section C-4






Section C-5


October 20, 2005 CRUISING CLAY COUNTY


er, $20,484. Call Mike Shad Nissan of
Orange Park at 1-877-208-6635
2004 Dodge Dakota, $12,897. Call
Garber Automall at 264-2442
2005 Dodge Dakota, $20,382. Call
Garber Automall at 264-2442
2001 Ford Excursion 4X4, $18,962.
Call Garber Automall at 264-2442
2004 Ford F-150 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-150 STX, $15,987. Call
Garber Automall at 264-2442
2002 Ford F 150 XLT, $17,386. Call
Garber Automall at 264-2442
2005 Ford F I50 XLT, $24,895. 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
2001 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 tar
$24,997, Call Frank Griffin at 269-1033
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
2002 GMC Savannah Explorer Con-
version Limited SE, AT, AC, PW. PL.
Tilt, Cruise, Leather. Cass. CD. 4 Captains
Chairs. $19,981. Call Mike Shad Nissan
of Orange Park at 1-877-208-6635
2000 GMC Sierra Quad Cab, V8, AT.
AC, 4WD, PW, PL. tilt, cruise, loaded,
clean $24,999. Call Frank Griffin at
269-1033


2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee DVD,
fully loaded, only 16k miles $19,999. Call
Frank Griffin at 269-1033
2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo,
AC, PW, PL, tilt, cruise, alloy wheels
$18,395. Call Frank Griffin at 269-
1033
2002 Jeep Liberty Limited Edition, al-
loys, 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.
33x12.50 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
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
2002 Mazda Tribute, AC, AT, PW, PL,
Tilt, Cruise, Cass, CD, Alloys, $11,881.
Call Mike Shad Nissan of Orange Park
at 1-877-208-6635
2002 Nissan Quest SE, AT, AC, PW.
PL. Tilt. Cruise, Cass. CD, 4 Captains
Chairs. Alloys. $14,881. Call Mike Shad
Nissan of Orange Park at 1-877-208-
6635
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, ult. alloy
wheels, roof rack, tow pkg.. side step. like
new $20,499. Call Frank Griffin at 269-
1033
2001 Toyota Highlander Limited,
AT, AC. PW, PL, Tilt. Cruise. Alloys,
AM/FM. Cass. CD. $17,881. Call Mike
Shad Nissan of Orange Park at I'-877-
208-6635
2001 Toyota Sequoia SR5, AT, AC,
PW. PL. Tilt, Cruise, Leacher, Alloys, CD,
Cass. Sunroof. $17,984. Call Mike Shad
Nissan of Orange Park at 1-877-208-
6635


J.D. Byrider has become
the nalton's largest used car
)7r.franchise by offering fast credit
approval arnd quality cars to
customer, that otherwise right
not be able to find a ,louod car at
an affordable co.st. The Good to
Go System at J.D Byrider blends the customer s need for a
quality car and ,affordable financing with programs thal
provide berner car care, peace ot n-ind arid the opportunity y
to rebuild credit


With the


J.D. Byrider offers
customers way more
than a car.
Belter cars. Affordable payments.-
Better car care. That 5 Ahial you "
get at J D. Bvinder Shop t:cida, and.
- cel a better car thlsis backed b/ a:
SCARFAX' Branded
Title Check cr request
S115- point inspection
SFa.t Approval Process
12 f. nrth/l 2C',. I r .t11ile
Li.miLed Warrara. : .-


J.D. Byrider

System You'll Be Good to Go!
.~~ ~ s te u _- :. :-. Y. :- ,.""' _",'".':'


Building relationships with
customers really has been the key
-1 c, success. Getting
the quality car they
neede, a financing
program that's
affordable and a
senrice protection
program to help guard against
major repair costs has produced
lh-i'usands of satisfied J D Bnder .
customers. "I really r:.iieve in .
JD B,ri der It's great crrpr.an.,
* ard Ihe,' re'll.' stand behind the.
prcI:JLi: ts Itre, -ell. .


Even with blemished or slow credit, J.D. Byrider's ec c l.i'i,,e
relationship with CNAC offers what no other -buy here/pay here franchise
carn do. match good. hard-working people with quaiity cars arind affordable |
payments, while building a relationship based on. trust. One customer
3 says, "The salespeople at J.D Byrider, they made Ii
me feel like they trusted me.. they made it possible ring a fast and eas
for me to get a car, ever, with my bad credit. Their By offering a fast and easy
payments fit my budget perfectly. I drove away that credit approval system, and
night in a pickup truck that I am using every day and same day drive away, J.D. Bynder.
it's fantastic." is helping customers all over North
rAmerica get solid transportation
while strengthening and rebuilding
their credit.

"I know what it takes to build a
winning team and J.D. Byrider's got it."
Tory Stewart Champion Race Driver


' 7739 Blanding Boulevardi Jacksonville,. FL 32244 904-908-446 ,
S ;( qinorth from 1-295) *.


I
R#*FfptiTay
B ~ ~ uomlv Crdi Ii i ^ ^ ^ ^ ^e -J


CRUISIN CLAY COUNTY


October 20, 2005


try -








Hard Bargains


2003 Mitsubish

By Neal White
_ f ., ,, :,., r. .i: "'., ,. ''...
Lately, "practical" and "afford-
able" are two words that often
come up in conversations about
purchasing a vehicle. While
everyone xouhld love to have a new
car, practical"and "afford able"
more often than not win out in
the age-old wants vs. needs ,de-
bate. That does not mean con-
sumers cannot have what the\ .w "
want. By doing a little bit of .-
homework. identi-f\ing needs and
budget, the kevs to that new vehi-
cle could be as close as the auto- -
motive section of this news"pa per,
For those in the market fo[r a
compact sedan that is both practi-
cal and affordable-- in addition to
having several of those "want to
have features" --one model ortth
considering isthe2003AMitsubishi
Galain frc;nt-wheel di-ie sedan.
For the 20(03 model-year, the


Galant Sedan

Galant w as produced in six trim
lines-- DE, ES. LS, ES V6. LS V6 and
;GTZ. The DS, ES and LS are pow-
eri ed by a 14-0hp 2.4-liter 14 engine.
It hlas an EPA fuel economy
rating of 21 mpg city 28 mpg
hlighway. The oitie'r ihree trim
lines are po1%ered by a 195 hp 3.0-
liter V'6 engine with an EPA fuel
economy rating of 20 mpg city 26
mnpg highway. The five-passenger
Galant is eqtiipped with a 16.3-gal-
SIon fuel tank. Both powerpla-ts
are miated to a four-speed
automatic transmission.
S DE models are equiipped with
standard air conditioning. power
windows and door locks, 14-0-watt
audio s\siem and 15-inch tires. ES
modelsadd premium cloth uphol-
stery, with titanium interior ac-
cents, integrated fog lamps, remote
kevless entry. cruise control, split
folding rear seat with trunk pass-
Mth rotgh, rear-window antenna and
power side mirrors. LS models add


IM


October 20" 2005


CRUISIN CLAY COUNTY


S Section C-6






October 20. 2005 CRUISIN CLAY COUNTY Section C-7


dual front side impact airbags,
ABS, leather-wrapped steering
wheel, allow wheels, power sunroof
and an Infinity audio system. LS
V6 models add heated mirrors and
traction control. GTZ adds leather
interior, sport tuned suspension,
color-keyed grille and rear deck-lid
spoiler and traction control. When
it comes to cargo, the 2003 Galant


has a 14 cubic feet trunk.
Published monthly in nine re-
gional editions across the count, \
the National Automobile Dealers
Assoc iation (NADA) Official Used
Car Guide is a handy reference
tool to determine an approximate
value for a vehicle depending on
the condition and mileage. The re-
tail price listed is the base value by


specific model and t inm level, with
average mileage, usually about
15,000 per \ear. C(onsumerscan ex-
pect t( pay more for models with
less than average mileage and/or
better than average condition.
Likewise, a model will be worth
less than guide value when a vehi-
cle has high mileage, extensive
wear, minor body damage or


needs mechanical attention.
The NADA Official Used Car
Guide bases mileage ranges on a%-
erages from in for iatioan received
from the automoti e marketplace.
The information used in this col-
umn was derived from the Sep-
tember 2005 Southivestern
Edition of the NADA Official
Used Car Guide. For 2003 models,
average mileage ranges from
40.001--45,)00I. The NADA guide
lists the a\ e age retail price for the
2003 Mitsubishi Galamn: DE.
$10,200: ES, $10,475: ES 'V6. $12.300:
LS. $11.650: LS \'6. $13.400: GTZ.
$14.225.
As with all pie-owned vehicles.
expect the average retail price to
increase if vehicless are equipped
with extra featurIes like alu-
minum alloy wheels* ($325). In-
finity audio system* ($300).
po wer sunroof*" ($625). power
seats* ($200), leather package**
($450). theft recover\ system
($100I Denotes standard on LS.
GTZ models. ** Denotes stan-
dard on GTZ model.
Most new vehicle dealers %\ill
check to see if a vehicle recei\ ed
in trade has any outstanding re-
call notices. Whether purchasing
from a dealership or private
party, always have a mechanic in-
spect the vehicle prior to
signing an agreement.


Section C-7


CRUISIN CLAN" COUNTY


October 20, 2005


I







gp~t~, (7-S CRUISIN CLAY COUNTY October 20, 2005


TOM BUSH MINI
9875 Atlantic Boulevard
Jacksonville, FL 32225
: (800) 542-1996
Open Monday Friday 9:00 a.m. 8:00 p.m. .
Saturday 9:00 a.m. 7:00 p.m.
C Sunday 12:30 5:30 p.m.

.. ........ ... ...... .... ,. ... M IN IU SA.CO M |






/ ., /',-'.:....
C : 0II.**.r'< j ** -








Over 150 Vehicles in Stock!









'00 FORD F-150 SUPERCAB '98 MITSUBISHI MONTERO
Over 20 Trs in tock SPORT XLS
All senoiced and ready for immediate delher 2 wheel dive, loaded with options,
Financing available including Leather and Sunroot Warranty






1 sl4,888

'01 FORD EXPEDITION XIT '1 04 FORD MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE
4 Door, V-8 Auto, Front and Rear Air, V-6, Auo. Air, PW Locks Cruise, Aloys,
Loaded iith options, include Spoiler, Sporty and Economical,
Leather intea I Factory Warrant
76 Point Inspection on Every Vehicle We Sell,
No Delivery Fees, Carfax on all Vehicles!


(904)215-9500
1577 WELLS ROAD ORANGE PARK, FL
S......... www.hartgreenmotors.com .


s a w e e m e a s u r
-


----------


October 2012005


CRUISIN CLAY COUNTY


Section C-8






October 20, 2005 CRUISIN CLAY COUNTY Section C-9


Daytrip to MOSH


is dinosaur-rific!


Clay Today staff
JACKSONVILLE. If you haven't had a
chance to visit the Musuem of Science
and History recently then you are missing
a great opportunity for family enjoyment.
What's new? There are 16 animatronic
dinosaurs that will continue to stomp
into the Museum of Science & History
until Oct. 23 as part of theReturn of the
Dinosaur. Be in awe of their enormity,
hear them roar, and see them come to life
right before your eyes!
On thisJurassic journey, visitors en-
counter a 21-foot long Tyrannosaurus
Rex, a soaring Pteranodon with a 23-foot
wingspan, and a Maiasaura mother car-
ing for her hatchlings. Other dinosaurs
on display in this 6,000-square-foot ex-
hibit include a Triceratops, Chas-
mosaurus, Dimetordon, Tenotosaurus,
Apatosaurus, andMosasaurus.


These prehistoric creatures are so re-
alistic visitors think they've been trans-
ported back in time! Kokoro of Los
Angeles handcrafted each model based
on fossil records to make their look a u-
thentic as possible. To make them even
more life-like, they are equipped with in-
ternal computers that make them move
and sound like the real thing. The models
are continually updated to reflect the lat-
est scientific evidence arid range in size
from full scale to 3/5 scale.
Visitors will get in touch with their
inner paleontologist at various hands-on
stations. They also get the chance to take
the reins of an Apatosaurus, controlling
its, every movement definitely the
coolest remote-controlled toy they will
ever play with!
And guests can complete their adven-
ture through prehistoric times by creating
souvenir fossil rubbings at two MOSH


PHOTOS. SPECIlL TO CL.A TOD A
There's also an area where kids and adults get a chance to see a number of live and
preserved animal displays. *


rubbing stations. .
Museum hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Monday through Fiida. 10 a.m. to 6p.m.
Saturday, and I to 6-p.m. SuLnda. Ad mis-
sion is $8 for adults $6.50 foir senior c iti-
zens and military, and $6 for children
ages 3 through 12. There is no admission
fee for children 2 and under or Museum
members.
Following is a calendar of MOSH
events:
Now Oct.23 Dinosaur Planetarium


Show "Dinosaurs" (2 p.m. Mon. Fri., 11
a.m. & 3 p.m. Sat., 3 p.m. S- n.' will take
guests onii aJuirassi jouirn of Earth as
it existed when giran reptiles roamed
the la nd. Learii how dinousa our's li ed
and examine possible reasons for their
extinction: .
Now Oct.23 Dinosaur Cosmic Con-
cert -"Piehistoric Rocks!" i14 p.m. Sai. &<
Sun.) pro% ides iockin' eneirtaininent tor
MOSH continued on pageC-i


Aut0m0 *v


Sevc Diecor A&gd


CLAY COUNTY'S CLEANEST AUTO SERVICE FACILITIES


* Complete Auto Repair & Service
* Brakes Tune-Up Diagnostics
* A/C Specialists R12 to R134 Conversions
* Jasper Engines & Transmissions


3035 BravCt, Orange Park



3035 Bravo Ct., Orange Park


mw F711r


On average, drivers who switched to
Allstate saved $338 a year. Call me today.
215-2121

Jane Diloreto
1405 KINGSLEY AVE
ORANGE PARK Allstate.
aO6B157@allstate.com o1, 5.Ill
- ...-. .Il ..-.7 i':..i- D -. 1 0 -, :i- I : :. r, .'r..'. .. .- ,i, I. A l l Customer Information Center. Actual savings iill vary.
Insurance offered only with select compables and subject to availability and qualifications. Allstate Insurance Company and Allstate Property and Casualty
Insurance Comrnany: Northbrook. IL 205 Allstate Insurance Comoany
g CO Quality Work at a fair price.
'. Understanding our customers needs and concerns
S* Impressing our customers
Common Courtesy
4 jif* Keeping our customer informed.
That is what the "QUICK" method means here at
0 ^ CLAY COUNTY TRANSMISSION
MIS 2485 County Road 220 2456 Blanding Blvd.
ORANGE PARK MIDDLEBURG Orange Park, FL 32068 Middleburg, FL 32068
: 264-2874 282-97"7.1. Phlorre:,'9.4294 t-287.4,. '.,Pone: 904-282-9771


Luxurious Customer

Waiting Lo nge


25 YEARS EXPERIENCE


Family Owned & Operated Since 1994
FULL SERVICE FACILITY
"We will beat any written estimate"
(904) 406-4895
1851 Blanding Blvd.
Middleburg,FL 32068
Hour M nc.a y Fr.a, y i ,
Salura:y B, App,.,'-irTe ,
ur., av S e you a1 M ,3,31e[-3ur-. .1 i l .lM 3lrn..osgI Cru.J'cr,


0

' -- --


(


Grand Opening
Specials


* A/C Check $9.95
* C.V Shafts -~ 99.95
Lifetime Warranty
*Oil Changes -S17.95
Everyday- While you wait...
* Using Napa Premiumn Oi & Filter

Is


GEICO IS RIGHT DOWN THE STREET.
Auto and cycle insurance.
Immediate coverage by pnone
Low down-payment
GE C 1Convenient payment plans
re: io G Round-ine-clocK claim service

FRANK BUTTERFIELD 264-1223
Ge CGBC Mne.,1 00 PA vypu, *Ge203205ge Par],


FM


Section C-9


CRUISIN CLAY COUNTY


October 20, 2005





5Opr'tInn C-iOCUSNCAYCUT cobr2,20


QFESStON4

AUTOMOTIVE

bRkECTOMp


Volkswagen
Service & PartS
Collision Center
ASH TISDELLE .
Expect Good Things To Happen
269-2603 i
1481 WELLS ROAD ORANGE PARK -


GOCRDWN
cHEvROLE ORANGEm PK

272-2200
1166 BLfrlDING BLVD.
5 MILES SOUTH OF THE ORfHGE PARK MRLL
CLT-0031-3905


Geer,- Co Spring
284-00281




Don't Fight the Traffic!
.. CALL TODAY!
(904) 964-7500
S 1-888-4-1-CHEVY
S US Hwy 301 Norh Slarke. FL
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'
save you MONEY!


* CRUISE INTO
HART GREEN MOTORS
Choose from Over 150
Fully ,
Serviced&
Inspected,
Quality, -
Pre-Owned : '
Vehicles!
21,5-9500
1577 Wells Rd Orange Park
www.hartgreenmotors.com


OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY
1515 Wells Rd., 278-2385


BEST PRICES
IN TOWN .
269 -1033 Willie Baildy Doug Hay


COLLISION REPAIR
SPECIAL SS
ALL MAKES AND MODELS .
269-9400 l

Mik Sado NissanL


Receive Up To $6,500
Towards Your Trade-In or
CASH In Your Pocket!
Cool Cars Cool Price Cool Warranty
@) 771-6078
6373 Blanding Blvd. www.raycarterkia.com


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
www.hartgreen motors.com


-~.-'CHEVROLET ORANGE PARK

#1 IN SERVICE

272-2200
1166 Blanding'Btd;(5Irfles So. of the OP Mall)


Used Cars & Trucks
p' VIj^fJf1STgiy' -MANUFACTURER RECALL CHECK
FAIR MARKET PRICING
V TITLE.CHECK,.' PROBLEM CHECK
V CONDITION CHECK 5 !..aii l it" S A |E
Mike Shad .Nissan
,of Orange Park i 269-, 9440, 0, i,


SHOP ONLINE AT
www.ashvw.com
Hundreds of Cars to Choose From!
Foreign & Domestic

ASH TSDELLE\
Expect Good Things To Happen
1481 WELLS ROAD ORANGE PARK


TONS IN STOCK!
Used Cars, Trucks,
SUV's & Vans Ready
for Immediate Delivery! |
,- .y


/%rH"I4JRO LET
AK F E 'F'OF


CALL TODAY!
(904) 964-7500
1-888-4-1-CHEVY
US Hwy 301 North Starke FL
Visit our webslte at: '/
yiW.Ns.tarlbchevrolet.comp' ..


Accessorize
Your Ride in Shtle
Mobile Entertainient .ent \ isors
Bug Deflector Rear Obsticle Sensors
Sunroof Leather Interior Custom
Exhaust Custom Dash Kits Remote
Start Wheels & Tires Towing Package Z
Spray in Bedliners Karen Zavatson
and much, much, MORE 264-2442
Garber AutoMall I
"In the Chevrolet Dealership"





Collision Center
MS Y Mrcsryt .-

S904-264-2442


I Got&


................. ........ .


%- I . . .. ..% .


October 20, 2005


. CRUISIN CLAY COUNTY .


Section C-10


. f 1'
.. <, .


. I N






October 20, 2005
MOSH from page C-9


the whole family with tunes from 77w
Flintstones,Jurassic Park, and more! This
laser show is an additional $3 per person.
Now Nov. 23 Planetarium Show -
'"What's Up?" (2 p.m. Sat. & Sun.) is a tour
of the current night sky.

OCTOBER
Oct. 21, & 22 Evening Cosmic Con-
certs -"Laser Fun 1" ($3 8 p.m. Fri. & Sat.);
'"Led Zeppelin" ($6 9 p.m. Fri. & Sat.);
"Metallica" ($6 -10 p.m. Fri. & Sat.)
Oct. 22 -Chemistry Explorathon- The.
Joy of Toys is the theme for this year's
ChemistryExplorathonJoinMOSH,local
businesses, and local high school students
for an in-depth look at chemistry The,
Chemistry Explorathon ill explode into
actionat9a.m.and will end at 1 p.m.
Oct. 23- Last day for Return of the Di-
nosaurs Don't miss your last chance to
see these giant reptiles before they are
once again extinct!
Oct. 24- Nov.23 Mars-Themed Plan-
etarium Show Begins "The Mai Show,"
(2 p.m. Mon. Fri., 11 a.m. & 3 p.m. Sat., 3
p.ll.Sui.) iihePlane. iim's feat ured pri o-
gra.111, Ill giv viewers an overview of the
red planet. Find out what conditions are
like on the planet's sui f.ae and which
space missions are exploring it, and learn
how to find it in the sky.
Oct.28 -29 Monster MOSH- Put on
your costumes and head to MOSH for a
Halloween bash that offers 'so inethlin,'
for everyone. Trick-or-treating, haunt-
ed tours, and costume contests are just a
few of the many ongoing activities.
Monster MOSH will run from 6:30 until
8:30 p.m. on-Friday and 10 a.m. until 2
p.m. on Saturday.
Oct.29-Nov.19-FallCosnlni- Conceit
Begins,-Joi n _Aesop the Owl and Socrates
the Mouse as they tell the ancient Greek
myth of Perseus and Andromeda using
b crli cih iimaes. This laser show is an
add it ional $3 perperson,
Oct. 29-30-Mars Obser action Don~t
miss die spectiaciular\ite of Mars as iigets
closer to Earth thdan it will be for another 13
Sears! See "The Mars Show" in th- Plane-
'ariu m, then head to rhe roof for a unique
telescopic \ viw of the red planet. This spe-
cial event \ illirun from 7 until 11 p.m. Ad-
missionto the eent i $4

NOVEMBER
Nov. 4 -5 Evening C-m- -Concet is -









Name: Jacksonville Museum of
Science and History
Why visit here: History is always
fun, and in this case, it's history
that directly impacts you and
your family. Plus there's lots of
hands-on things to do for kids of
all ages.
Tickets: Cost $8 for adults; $6.50
seniors lover 55) and active mili-
tary; and children 3-12 $3.
Hours: Monday Friday : 10
a.m.- 5p.m.; Saturday : 10 a.m -
6 p.m; and Sunday : 1 6 p.m.
Best family spot: All the exhibits
are worth getting to so give
yourself plenty of time go enjoy
the place.
Places to eat: Hey, if it's been a
while since you went to The
Jacksonville Landing give it a try.
Places to stay: This a real
daytrip. No need for overnight
stays.
Directions: The museum is locat-
ed next to the Prudential
Building at the intersection of
San Marco and Museum Circle.
It's adjacent to Friendship Park
and the River Walk on the South
Bank of the river.
Contact information:
Go to www.thefmahgio, or
(904) 396-,6674. ...


Section C-11


There's plenty of hands on activities for kids to check out at MOSH. Some of there are
hair-raising fun!


"Beatk-s" '($ S p.m. Fi i. & S:t.t': '"David
Bowie' ($6i- 9 p in. Fi j.& Sat.: "Pink Floyd's
WishYt \\c-re Here" ($8-10 p.im. Fii.& Sat.)
Nov.11,12,18.& 19 E' ening Cosmn. Con-
cert-'JimmyBufftet Pa rothead jam"ii 8
p.mn.F i &K Sat. I."C.lssi>. Rocdl"($,C1-9i pi. F i i.
& Sat.); "Eclectic '8 is" -10 p m. Fri.& Saut.
No..25 -T ai,siB,:-giniis-C G< \oiur fam-
.il' lhohidaila\ ,casonn ,icihe ritlirt tia -kwith
tli .-a n ialTrains! exhibition. This display
of model trains will also explore North -
eas( Floi idea's locohioutIehiiNt, i \.
Nov.25- Aniiual \W\icathi Auction Begins


-MOSH's annual icath t undaise, will flea-
ttfre u Ieaths dihat i ill add diat extra toiic of
hol lda\ un, pla:e ai hid on the' e-ath ',r ii r atils','of
your choice, andwell '.oiitac t ,uti oun Decem-
ber]l'. it \:t'ie the u inning bidd:eri.
Nov.25-26- E\ ening Co.miic Concerts
- "Laser Fun 11' '3 S p.m. Fri. & Sat.):
L"asci (..,ouiti t" p.m. Fri & at.i:
""'Gati i Broolks"l''L. 11. p.m. Fri. &Sat.)
Nov.25-Cosmic C:oncert-TheMOSH
Cosmic Corterit "H.'lida\ Li.lh," (Noon
&4pmn.Sat.,4p.m.Sun.) n ill liihi up \our'


li'lida\ as boi:th traditional and non-
traditional holiday nusiCk is set to lasers
and lights.
Nov.-25 Winter Planetariim Pro-
grams Begin '"'Star 1 Wo\nder" 2 p.m.
Mion..Wed..& Fri.:3 p.m. Sat. and Sun.)and
"Santa Snoi k Sates Christnas" (2 p.m.
Ti es.& TIni rs..11 a.m. Sati

DECEMBER
Dec. 2-3 Evening Cosmic Concerts -
"Laser Fun 117 $53 8 p.m. Fri. & Sat.);
"Laser CoLuntr \" ($6- 9p.m. Fri. & Sat.);
"Garth Brooks"'($6 -10 p.m. Fri. & Sat.)
Dec. 3 & 10 Breakfast With Santa -
Make reservations now for Breakfast
With Santa! Breakfast \%ill be served on
Decemnbei 3 and 10.
Dec. 4 & 11 Sundais With Santa -
Don't want to wait in long lines at the
mall? Bi inig ,\or kids to MOSH to P isit
Sitih 01' Saitu Nick at MNOSH on Deceiiim-
ber 4 and 11 between 2 and 4 p.m.
Dec. 9-10,16-17 E\ ening C i osmic Con-
certs '"Space Rocks!" i13 S p.m. Fri. &
Sat.); "Pink Flo\d's Dark Side of the
Moon" ($8 9 p.m Fri & Sat.); "Pink
Floyd's The \'a I"' ($8 -10 p.m. Fri. & Sat.)
Dec. 19- 30- Holida\ Camps The kid-
are out of school, but \ou still ha1. ,- shlip-
piug., i apping.decoi ating.and bal, iiiI to
tinishl! \Whi atlart' Lotu to*d:o'?Sel,: nd out clil-
drien ti M-OSI-H holdai camips.C(:amps \ ill
b:e held' ii Decei nber 19. 20i21.28 2. nand
i0. C-all 396-MO-)SH ext. 23i0i t ot \ .t-i
tions and details.


Me I I
a Mike Shad N1issanG


- -

,. '
. '""'-..,L_"' y
..: -, c .....;...+'- '


ALTIMIA aI TITAM I

AVI*U. 80


iIt *HIUIL H
THIS PRICE!!! F|i


Iapr


Mike Shada Nissan *,~ Mike Shada Nissan 4&

1810 Cassat Avenue 155 WllsRoa
1.:AI8M77.551.2489 "69."' 62Road MI wy
-0I.- ? U.,,'. 4 r- A ... A Nl"it nD n ffomA rA O *


l.., 'I iJ'MIL 0, il I r r-lfl M LPI i- I" IL -'r- 4..'' I 'L LI "'''M ''"l -ILL' ILIi % r' h.,.,' 7 I $ i'h ~ fl9'.4i ~~ n


CRUISIN CLAY COUNTY


Bottom Line

MODEL YEAR END CLEARANCE


. NJ ImMill




Section C-12 CRUlSIN CLAY COUNTY October 20, 2005


UP TO $6,500.00
TOWARDS YOUR
TRADE-IN
OR
CASH
IN YOUR
POCKET!
at
PAY




NO TRICKS...
ALL TREATS

OPTIMA*
*SORENTO*
SEDONA *
*AMANTI*
COOL CA
COOL PReC s
COOL WARRANTY
6373 Blanding Blvd.
2% miles north of 295 on the right
771-6078
*. .e .e .r .v
44. 4 r,' 'l@.I44SEi tOI9
, ", # ; ,- 4 ; : : : f ) # ," I @ @ I I ( '


^, ~ (904) 964.7500
I.. VRQL ET 1-8884It.CHEVY
,!^feyf Hy31Nrh tt)


CRUISIN CLAY COUNTY


Octobe'r',20, 29051


Section C-12