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Table of Contents
    Section A: Main
        A 1
        A 2
        A 3
    Section A: Opinion
        A 4
    Section A: Main Continued
        A 5
        A 6
        A 7
        A 8
        A 9
        A 10
        A 11
        A 12
        A 13
        A 14
        A 15
        A 16
        A 17
        A 18
        A 19
        A 20
        A 21
        A 22
        A 23
        A 24
    Section A: Fleming Island Today
        A 25
        A 26
        A 27
        A 28
        A 29
        A 30
        A 31
        A 32
    Section B: Clay Sports
        B 1
        B 2
        B 3
        B 4
        B 5
        B 6
        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
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& Clay County Crescent


NOVEMBER 3 NOVEMBER 9, 2005 EDITION It Pays To Know Your Community 50k Section A of three sections VOL. 35 NO. 44


Dozens ticketed

during ragnet
By Greg Walsh, Managing Editor
gwalsh@jcpgroup.com

ORANGE PARK- Staiidingc nex\[ [a tele-
phone polejustafew)iird- fIroi U.S. 17on
Fleming Island, Sgt. Chris Danger field
raised his radar gun to lise eand uiai ed.
Within minutes of ta ligcing tratfic
on thisClav County hig hlwas k noa jifu_
excessive speed, Da:iinicrfield had his
latest offender.
"Seventy-one," Dang-ei field \%elled [oa
deputysitting nearby in a mquad cai. "Thli
first big truck just coming over the bridge
there was going 71 (mph)."
It was a scene repeated over and over
last week b\ theCla\ Comtin\ Sheiiff' Of-
fice,. which 'atLii.ated the highiwai be-
teen Doitoi's Lake Brid(Ie and Bla(ck
Creek Biidge "%ith marked and un-


SIrAf PHOTO B) GREG WALSH
Sgt. Chris Dangerfield of the Clay County Sheriffs Office operates a laser speed gun
Friday, Oct. 28, along U.S. 17.


llark cl cr-and .Afl-lfll nrc% c Ite unit-;
()~er a [i~c-cla% periiii -0 ~ ii
\Wccl e-sda% ( k tile hcshe i itt 11Oit
11ior c m'trhan 21161 rickers. IoUI i(i


them for excessive speed in ani area
marked for 510 mph., said Sheirt's Office
GOTCHA contiw ad on 1,,,vA-7


patriotic lParade


PHOTO SPECIAL TO CLM TODAI
Members of Fleming Island High School's Navy JROTC march during the school's Homecoming .Parade Thursday, Oct. 27.
See related photographs on Page A-29 and in Sports.


Cops' "'chrome shop'


nets 28 drug arrests


7 3 544 60 00


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STAFF PHOTO BO GREG WALSH
Chrome Solutions at 920-7 Blanding
Blvd. was between an insurance agency
and a vacuum cleaner store.;


By Greg Walsh, Managing Editor
gwalsh@jcpgroup.com

ORANGE PARK -Jenny Cadell couldn't
believe her eyes.
Right in front of the Blanding Boule-
vard automobile insurance office she
works at there was a live version of the TV
show "COPS" playing out complete with
guns, screeching tires and tense moments.
And there were arrests, several of them,
with the suspects being led off in hand-
cuffs by police.


"We were going to stick our heads out
the windows and start singing (COPS'
theme) 'Bad boys, bad boys whatchagonna
do' but we decided not to," Cadell said with
a smile.
What she and other workers were wit-
nessing was the end result of a three-
month undercover Clay County Sheriffs
Office operation called Chrome Stopper
that set up a fake storefront at 920-7 Bland-
ing Blvd. When it ended Tuesday, Oct. 25,
CHROME SHOP continued on pageA-6


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Clay Today staff
GREEN COVE SPRINGS Nearly four-
dozen exotic birdsliving in what Clay
County police described as "really bad
conditions" were seized from a Stauffer
Road pasture and the o i net could face
an animal cruelty charge.
Two more exotic birds part of the
mix of macaws, parrots, amazons and
cockatoos on the site were found dead
in the cages, which had either no food
or water, or moldy food and algae-cov-
ered water, according to a Clay County
Sheriff's Office incident report.
. The owner, a 45-year-oldJacksonville
resident, had not been charged as of
Tuesday, Nov. 1. However, the State Attor-
ney's Office is reviewing the matter.
"We're setting up a hearing to gain cus-
tody of the birds,-so we haven't charged
her yet. But they told me I have enough to
charge her," said Annie Henderson, Clay
County animal cruelty investigator. "I am
supposed to meet with the State Attor-
ney's Office later this week."


,A neighbTor checked'on the animals'
living conditions in the 2300 block of
Stauffer Road and notified authorities
Oct. 21, the incident report states.
Henderson said the woman blamed
Tr aTs portait ion problems for stopping
her from getting to the Green Cove
Springs site.
"I was told she had raised them for
breeders and pet stores," Henderson
said. "She had been doing it for several
years."
A number of ducks, chickens and,
geese also were found roaming freely in
the pasture. None of the animals had a
water source, the report states.
"One goose was spotted attempting
to retrieve water from the condensation
on a water pump," the report states. "An-
other goose had an extreme growth or
tumor that danged from his right side
which appeared to give him difficulty
walk ing. Another goose appeared to
have a broken wing."
Bird bones also were found scattered
thilIughout the area, the report states.


Corrections
Darrell LeSage is the president of Vac-con in Green CoN e Spi ings. LeSage's
first inamie was eied out of an article in the Ot.L 27-Nov. 5 edhion.
Eightieen-\ear-old COrange Pai k High student Mason Baglev i'as ftaall\ in-
jured in a cash Oct. 21 in St. Augustine Beach. An iemin in the Oct. 27-Nov. 5 edi-
tion incorrect stated his age.
The newspaper regiets theerrors.


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CLAYTODAY.BIZ


November 3,2005


Section A-2











A IS NOW AT A NEW LOCATION!


POLICE BRIEFS

'Super heroes' lose battle with arresting officers


By Greg Walsh, Managing Editor
gwalsh@jcpgroup.com


ORANGE PARK Two Clay County sher-
iff's deputies had to battle a couple of in-
toxicated "super heroes" Sunday, Oct. 30,
at an Orange Park apartment complex
and this time the good guys won.
The two men were attending a Hal-
loween costume party at the Wells Road
complex when deputies arrived shortly
after 5 a.m. following a disturbance call,
according to a sheriffs office report.
. Police said 26-year-old William Grif-
fin's costume consisted of a navy blue
sweat suit, a belt made
completely out of beer
bottle tops paper-
clipped to his pants and
a Superman-style em-
blem on his chest that
read "BDM", which
stood for belligerent
drunk man. William Griffin
Joseph Gilliam, 37,
was dressed in black
pants and a green shirt
with a large "G" on it. "I
took that to meanhe was *, ,
the Green Goblin," said
Deputy Glenn Ward.
Ward said when he
and trainee partner
Donna Barker arrived Joseph Gilliam
in the 2000 block of
Wells Road they saw several people run-
ning across the parking lot to an apart-
ment patio where a fight involving at
least four people was under way.
But when the deputies tried to i each
the fight Gilliam stepped in front of
them and wouldn't let them closer, in-
cluding pushing one of the officers, the
iepor[ slate%.
()fficeis had to use pepper spray to con-
trol the man and place him under arrest.
Once officers gof to the fight everyone
except Griffin went inside, Ward said.
"BDM didn't want to quit," Ward said.
"He kept yelling. He's screaming,'yelling
profanities. We tried to tell himnto go in-
side and quiet dow n and he i e 1 l sed."
Ward, a full-time deputy since 1998, said
he was impressed by Griffin's costume.
"That is the most original costume I
have ever seen," Wardsaid.
As the handcuffed man was walked to
the squad car, Ward said he thanked the
officers.
"He said something to the effect that
this completed his belligerent drunk
man costume," Ward said.
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Griffin and Gilliam each was charged
with disorderly intoxication. Gilliam also
faces a count of battery on a law enforce-
ment officer, while Griffin is charged
with resisting arrest without violence.
Records show Griffin has been previ-
ously arrested nine times in Clay County
on drug possession, burglary and alco-
hol-related charges.
Sheriff suspends radar officer
GREEN COVE SPRINGS A Clay County
sheriff's deputy was suspended three days
without pay for not being authorized to
use a handheld laser deviceto issue speed-
ing tickets, the sheriff's office said.
Sheriff Rick Beseler notified deputy
Christopher Ruby Tuesday, Oct. 25, of his
punishment for using the laser Sept. 9 along
County Road 220; according to a sheriff's
office discipline letter issued to Ruby.
Beseler later withdrew five citations is-
sued by Ruby, 27, after he learned the of-
ficer improperly issued the tickets, the
document states. Ruby, who joined the
sheriff's office in 2003 and had no previ-
ous disciplinary issues, was state certified
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November 3,2005








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Surely, we all have something


for which to be thankful


bhecntersont~jcpg-roitp.coste


Now that the -
annual revel of --
Halloween is over,
perhaps we can
give some atten- O
tion to that other
great fall festival,
Thanksgiving.
Unfortunately, Bob Henderson
Thanksgiving, once STAFF WRITER
a truly great nation-
al holiday, seems to
be declining in prominence and public
consciousness. As Isee it, there are prob-
ably a couple of reasons for this.
One, of course, is that Thanksgiving
lacks the commercial appeal of Hal-
loween and Christmas excuse me, the
"politically correct" term, I believe, is
"mid-winter holiday"- ughL
Admittedly, there are Thanksgiving
cards available but the Postal Service
doesn't gear up for an annual deluge of
mailing like it does for Christmas.
When did you everhear of anyone
giving or receiving a "Thanksgiving
gift?" The offerings brought by people to.
collective family dinners might, I sup-
pose, be construed as gifts, but, with
American families scattered far and
, ide. even hlar pL a P tice X s ,waning
The second reason I would puIt foil h iSi
that thlIanksgi ing requires simneonc to
hr'HoIlm to ga~e thakiiis. That s-,meoine,
oriinall. i aind l thr-gl IIlhout the hlusto'\ of


Thanksgiving, has been God. But now
that God has been relegated to the level
of myth or, at best, been declared an "in-
telligent designer" or irrelevant, to whom
are we to give thanks?
Ahh, the heck with it! Bring on the
'turkey and cranberry sauce, tune in
Mac) '-paade, t u 111 on dihe football game
and let' pa, t) "
What do I have to give thanks for any-
way? A half-dozen maxed out credit
cards? Gas at $3 a gallon? A political sys-
tem in disarray? Kids driving me crazy -
grandma in a nursing home ajob that's
going nowhere? Give thanks? Get real- I
just want to forget it all.
My guess is, there's plenty in your life
to be thankful for. Sit down in a quiet
place with the TV turned off. Let your
mind wander back over the year now rap-
idly winding to its-close. Do you i call\
Shave nothing to be thankful for?
I am going to issue you a challenge.
I have asked the editorial staff at Clay
Today to write just a brief paragraph of
what they have to be thankful for this
past year. I now challenge you to do the
same.Just a brief letter a paragraph or
two in a letter to the editor will be fine.
We will publish excerpts from those let-
ters in the Thanksgiving edition of Clay
Today. If, together, they fill the entire
opimon ipa[ge, thainh itiell. \ill be a cause
tor thanks gi\ .Mg.
MNI gueCs I. if ou.) do this, N. in \ ill find
ihat N)ou. Yourself, %% ill hae a happier
ThLankS- iv i\ng


Advisory committee to meet
The Fleming Island Advisory Committee will meet at 7 p.m. Monday, Nov. 7,
in Conference Room B on the fourth floor of the Clay County Administration
Building, US 17 and Houston Sti eet Green Cove Springs. The meeting is open
and the public is in\ ited to attend.


Green Cove resident questions

need to city-owned electric utility


Dear Editor
For the past several months the main
focus of some Green Cove Springs City
Council members and the city manager
has been the sale of the electric utility
and opting out of the FMPA contract.
Experts retained by the council in-
formed them that it could cost millions
to opt out and who knows how much in
litigation fees. Nonetheless, some coun-
cil membersIand thecm 1 mnagel still in-
sisted on withdrawal from the contract.
The following information was ob-
tained from the financial report provid-
ed to the city council by the accounting
firm ofJ. Kennedy and Associates Inc.
and is the best estimate of the cost of
withdrawal and sale.
Cost estimates to withdraw: $35.6 mil-
lion all requirements project plus $8 mil-
lion from the St.Lucie Project. Total costs
equal $43.6 million
Sale of the electric department $17.3
million
Total debt after sale would be $26.3
million.
If the system is sold and we opt out.of
the FMPA contract, we must replace $1
million contributed annually to the gen-
eral fund in addition to paying the $26.3
million to the bondholders of FMPA.
If the city borrowed the $26.3 million
at 3.62% for a period of 30 years, our
yearly payment would be approximate-
I1 $1.4 million.
In order fin ihe'ity toiepa% this$1.4
million and the $1 million in lost rev-
enue from the sale of the electric de-
partment, some council members
proposed a 6% franchise fee added to
the monthly electric bill, which would
produce approximately $400,000 annu-
al income to the city. This still leaves a $2
million dollar deficit.
The only way to make up for the
deficit would be to raise the millage rate


ontheadvaloremntax.Currentih otu- aite
is 2.6110. Our new rate would ha\ c to be
i ra ised to appro ii nate1 6.0000.
On an appraised $30i 1.10) 1). proper[\. 11an
owner would realize an increase in prop-
erty tax of approximately $1,250 per year.
According to the property tax value map
at c it\ hall, there are very few properties
within ihe cit limitin this category. The
, ast majority of thebhu de to replace rhe
I0st iret-encle \ 1ould be placed pi imarila
on the Iesidenl- of Magnoha Point.prop-
eini\ onei,-r. a-lon'. thcl i\ er and the busi-
n'e -o ne-.r ti Gsven (C.. e Spr ing..
Had d-ie counct il \'[ed to opt ot[ and
sell [ c cle'i: dticp.ti tent and imple-
mented these taxes, where would our
growth and p Iperts alules be in a fr,
short years? T hank Go< c wc had a.t le.is
three council members with some sense
of IC sp, nssililit] rt atl d the c itl/c n. and
business owners of Green Cove.Springs.
Tl ic sr .-i 11 ii n m i c Il i ,.ii :ltc ,1 i 1 i n
with FMPA.
Although the matter of the FMPA
contract has been settled for now, the
issue of selling the electric departments
still alive and well Although it is not clear
at this point if the system can be sold,
some members of the council and the
city manager are looking at ways to ac-
complish this. Why are they so intent on
getting rid of'the system?
\W'ho' making the deals with whom
regal ding thc sale and it mianageenten
of otu c :lt inosi \ aluable and profitable
asets? Who lhasauithoi ized negotiaIuonC
with anyone for the sale or management
of the electric utility ?
Is someone in our government in vio-
lation of the City Charter or the Florida
Sunshine Law? Is it time for an election
recall or a grand jury investigation?
Some citizens think so.
Bill Gause
Green Cove Springs


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Clay County Legislative Delegation meets with constituents
By Bob Henderson and years and closer to the costs incurred by qualified teachers, said Carpenter, TomPlatt.a former candidate for Cla
Debbie Israel Messer, Staff the district. adding that like Clay County, new schools CoLHIun Commissioner. tolddelegatio0
bhenderson@jcpgroup.coinanddisraelmesser@jcpgroup.com Owens raised the issue of class size re- are opening with portables, and within 2 members that the new GlrowthManage


GREEN COVE SPRINGS First order of
business for the Clay County Legislative
Delegation Wednesday, Oct. 26, was elec-
tion of a chair and vice chair for the com-
ing year.
Rep. Aaron Bean (R-Dist 12), vice chair
for the year just concluding, was elected
chair to replace Rep.Jennifer Carroll (R-
Dist. 13). Rep. Bill Proctor (R-Dist. 20) was


duction, saying,'" It will destroy us."
He said the class size requirement en-
tails not only the construction of more
schools, but finding the teachers to teach
in those schools.
He warned legislators he was concerned
about the talk of capping impact fees.
"It is critical to putting roofs over chil-
dren's head," said Owens, adding that for
capital outlay the district hears from year


years, they are overcrowded.
Carroll said the legislature plans to ad-
dress growth issues by amending the
Growth Management Bill adopted in
May, and signed by Governor Bush and
urged Carpenter to take the issue back to
the people to overturn it.


y
e-


rent Bill has." too many back doors ,nith
no limit to amendments to ,a develop-
ment of i regional impact once the plan is
approved by the state.
Kravitz told Platn diat the place to start
to address those problems would be the
Regional Planning Council.


STAFF PHOTO BY BOB HENDERSON
John Kopelousos, member of the Board of Directors of CCAR, left, and Executive Di-
rector Nancy Keating beam as they accept the Point of Light Award from State Sen.
Evelyn Lynn at the Legislative Delegation meeting in Green Cove Springs Wednes-
day, Oct. 26.


elected vice chair.
In a departure from the usual type of
agenda, Sen. Evelyn D. Lynn (R-Dist 7),
stepped down from the dais to present the
Governor's Point of Light Award to CCAR.
CCAR Board Member John Kopelousos
and Executive Director Nancy Keating ac-
cepted the award.
The Point of Light Award is made
weekly to individual volunteers or to a,
community organization and its volun-,
teers for their ser; ices. Keating said-the
award recognizes exemplary service on
the part of staff and volunteers in mak-
ing sure programs for individuals with
disabilities are available and acceptable.
Keating said, "We have had a banner
year. At the end of 2004, we were named
Business Industry of the Year by the Clay
County Development Authority. In May,
our Board Chairman D. Glen Oakes was
named National Volunteer of the Year
from a field of more than 600 people in
similar positions. And now we have the
Point of Light;-we're still pinch i ing ou r-
selves to make sure we're not dreaming."
Speaking of the volunteers working
with her program, Keating said, "Clay
County is an executive director's dream."
The delegation had a full atcnda of
speakers who presented issues for their
consideration and ictio-n.
County Commission Chairman
Geoi ge Bush laid a fui-tr-part pri ograi nbe-
fore the delegation. He asked that emi-
nent domain laws be strengthened in
favor of the property owner. He asked
that counties receive a greater share of
doc stamp revenue. The Clay County
Outer Beltway must be moved forward he
said and named it-the number one prior-
ity of the Board of County Commission-
ers (BCC). And he noted BCC support of
the County School Board in pursuit of
growth management, a pursuit, he said, -
that must be undertaken by the coutint.
' Rep. Dick KravitzlR-Dist 191 told Bush,
"The protections we thought we had, we
don't. We're working-to come up with new
legislation."
Clay Cotunty Superintendent David
Oiens followed Bush's plea for assistance
%with his owl requests. After thankingthe
delegation for the past ) ear's efforts, he
asked them to continue their support for
adequate school funding
"Last \ear \ou did dthe impossible,"said
Owens who spoke of the multi-layered
school funding used by the state, includ-
ing district cost differential (DCD), and
the .5 and.2 mill tax revenue.
Thelegislati\e dcle-gatiton woi ked to
main a DCD Cihanwltnb e th'afi ~ior'


to year about their funding, not allowing.
them to plan to meet district needs.
Lynn said one possibility would be to ..
not throw it (class size reduction) totally out
the window but possibly limit it to grades
K-s or to consider district wide averages. ,
Rep. Pickens (R- Dist.21)notedthat If you shop around ior a home equir ,..ar, or lrle .i.DcreJi,. y,':u',lfind that
Rep. Pickens Dist.21) noted that at 1
Rep. tPickens (R-Dist.1) o a lot cf 1't.i ad..ertied rates don't locok a gc..,d vhen you reid the hne print At i',Star.
Sen. SteveWise (R-Dist.5) is workingona the mor ou read, the better it gets Tha, i because our rate i. not a teser rare just to
plan to equalize capital outlay. Pickens CIE you in [he d door and it do,"Esi go up based crn your credit There are n.. hidden costs,"
made a point of thanking Clay board annual tees- or pre.parrment penalties that ..hange the true cost of the loan t,. you ITn tact,
members for "haiiig faith in uSi. and ile die'll een pay your closing cost onr Ines of 10 000T r.', 125,1000 We adjust our best rate
in particular, youtold meto trust you and morhly tco keep .a half a percent below, the pr.rre rate as reported b the Wall Street
I did, aid I thank youforthat." Jo:" urnal c Money Rate sector, rd ,s current a f Otocber 7 2s0e50O ca'ur.e, there are'.
Proctor responded to the class size re- al..as imitators and restrictiors, such as basic credit approval, the appraised value of your
P home arid the amount of money you wrant to borrow But in the enrid you'll find that our
duction issue, saying a second option may rates just keep getntrg better, the more you knor., For e.,amnple. you car get our best rate on
be to stay with district averages. State law up to 80' :of the value of your home, less the first mortgage balance it io i our primary
now requires that in ugust of 2911.6 the residence Other loan to value rates are equally attracti.e and again, aren't encumbered by ,'-
class size reduction must be implement- hidden charge: and early payoff fee- Vi:st a branch or .:all us for details and learn why sse are
ed at the classroom level. the leader in home equic, loans and lnes ot credit
Sandy Carpenter, from St.Johns Citi-
zens for Sound Improvement, told the del-
egation they hae similar problems in St.
Johns Countyx iith class size reduction and (904) 777-6000 www.vystarcu.org 't I
askedfor the repeal of the requirement .. Credit Union
-"As the 9th fastest gr0r, ing district in ... .. ... We nc.r I'iorRget hi i -our money
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CHROME SHOP from page A-1
the sheriff's office said it had made 18
drug-related arrests and is actively looking
for six suspects.
All the defendants were directed to the
bogus tire and chrome rim store called
Chrome Solutions, either by informants or
undercover officers who developed their
own leads said Lt. Barry Abramowitz, who
headed the 10-person narcotics team that
developed the idea.
Detectives wired the store with eight
closed-circuit cameras and the undercov-
er officers portraying themselves as inter-
ested drug customers wore microphones,
Abramowitz said.
The result, he predicted, will be strong
criminal cases.
"When they see those tapes, they know
they are done," Abramowitz said. "They
don't go to trial. They are history. All the
cases that I have done since 1990 where we


have them on tape, there is a 100 percent,
conviction rate."-
The sting is the result of several months
of planning by narcotics detectives, who
were tasked by Beseler to "think outside the
box" to catch street-level dealers. But the
key was to do it in a safe environment as
possible, Abramowitz said.
A chrome wheel shop was chosen as the
setting because many drug dealers like to
spend their drug profits on shiny wheels,
which can cost $11,000 for a set of four.
"So we needed some way to get them to
do it where we wanted," said one undercov-
er officer involved in the operation, "and
with a custom wheel tire shop what that al-
lowed us to do really washelp get them into
our environments we could make abetter
video and audio tape evidence."
The officer said a majority of those ar-
rested were "completely surprised" by the
arrest because the informants had done a
goodjob assuring them everything was safe.


"The fact of the matter
is 90 percentof them, an in-
formant had told me this
guy is a drug dealer. I know
it because I bought drugs
from them. So we would.
call them and they would g
come (to the store). And his II II
intent on coming was to de-
liver drugs." -
But it took some con-
vincing for other suspects,
including three who were
arrested with firearms, the '
officer said.
"The middle of the day, V
coming into a business, is
just something they don't Standing in th
do," the undercover officer chrome shop C
said. "So I tried to talk to plains how un
them for a few minutes to es to alert other
try to make them more store and nea
comfortable, and that was
the whole purpose as a wheel shop. It
would be something they were interested
in that they could talk about or relax them
and get them back here to make the deal.".
Once the undercover officer gave the
word, five police officers would rush out of
aback area where television monitors were
located.
"The alnouni c f di ugs was not a large
amount." he said. "We were buying .$100 i
and $200f of crack ctocai ne at a time.but we
had 50 to 60 separate cases ol these $1110
and $200 buys. The actual weight of the
drugs was less than 100 grams."
The store's interior, while somewhat
sparse, had the look of a tire store. Car
posters on the wall were provided by
Goodye:u and tir es stacded as though thev
were for sale actually were old ones taken-
off police vehicles.
The rims bought from a legitimate
Jac:ksom% ille disitiibutioi i ill be returned
.ii n iu .tind. ti unldeicoeir officer said.
Abiamo~ itz %aid he and another. detec-
tive set up the video sc tem in the rented
store space. He declined to say how much
die sheriffs office p: id.
The operation ended., he %aid. because
,-ffiices ue,e coce ned lie wr had dgot-.
ilcil n don S[I CCt.
"If soncAodIN stats asing qest is
abut ~uhait \e'redoi ng .tnd the bad gu iv
knows v hat ue'it doini... Ith-nI e iceal-
1 wasting ot runime." he said.
The suspects. Abi a mon itz said. "didn't
know a tl ing. They surmised a few things
but they didn't know foir sure. But we had
goodcrew and the were el i quiet.Not
e en our own law enforcement people


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he back room of the sheriff's office's fake
Chrome Solutions, Lt. Barry Abramowitz ex-
dercover officers would use certain phras-
Lr officers in the back about suspects. Closed
ins allowed officers to monitor activity in the
r the front door.
knew what was going on."
One of those impressed by the opera-
tion was Alan Prather, who runs Orange
Park Vacuums Unlimited next door.
Prather said he didn't notice anything
until the arrests began Monday.
"I thliink dthe\ did it in arealpriofessional
manner." Prather said. "The customers
didn't notice a dtiing."
Charged in the sting operation were:
*JelUnueri -. n,2. ..po... ion o hidrocodone
*Phillip Bell:nnm, 25. u at ickiLrg in ,:icaine
Varden Blank, 20, sale and delivery of crack
cocaine
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cocaine
Christopher Daniels, 18, sale and deli eir of
crack cocaine ,
*AaronDidon,23,saleanddelivery of crack cocaine
Patrick Dixon, 34, sale and delivery of crack
cocaine
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*JohnathanJones, 23, conipi :,, di., il.'iui
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T: inille b :l.i,0 27 pi-sess,,r .f, a ,. ,:o-,: ile
Alonzo Phillips, 19, sale and delivery of crack
cocaine -
*James Toney, 33, sale and delivery of crack
cocaine
*C(.iel.a i\ii. 17. Ipos iono crack cocaine
*Sanl, l.i l. 2.po,.-vion,"f crackcocaine;
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K.,l Ii \\ i h ,ljini ipi.'-' 1ii of crackcocaine
Zacchaeus Williams, 18, no valid driver's license
Chi astoplher Smith, 28, trafficking metham-
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Ravines residents split over expansion plans


By Greg Walsh, Managing Editor
gwalsih@jcpgroup.com

GREEN COVE SPRINGS A proposal to
build more than 60 luxury homes along
Black Creek in The Ravines subdivision
is splitting the exclusive community into
two distinct camps.
Comments at a Clay County Planning
Commission meeting Tuesday, Nov. 1, re-
vealed residents either feel the plan
would further damage an aging subdivi-
sion already overburdened with too
many cars and people, or that the current
traffic isn't a problem and more homes
will increase property values.
Ultimately, Planning Commissionmem-
bers voted 5-0 to approve The Ravines'
owner Ken Debusk's request to alter the
property's future land use designation.
Their recommendation with the ad-
ditional requirement that Debusk pro-
vide a second entrance to The Ravines on
Green Road goes before Clay County
Commissioners Nov. 22.
Some residents, however, used the op-
tprtunity to criticize the condition of the
subdivision that Debusk bought about
two years ago.
Mike Beebe of 3770 Creek Hollow
Lane said he moved there in 1990 for "the,
premier amenities" including the 18-hole
golf course. But he's watched the condi-.
tions continue to decline and building,
more homes "will only compound it."
"I don't see the value to the residents,".
he said. "...The only value I see is to Mr.
Debusk when he sells (the homes)."
Most of the opposition focused on.
whether the Ravines main road could
handle additional traffic. One man said-
he was concerned for his children Walk-
ing to the school bus, and another person
said speeding is a persistent problem.
"I couldn't believe my ears when I
heard they wanted to expand," said Mil-
ton Stafford, of 2856 Ravines Road. He


GOTCHA from page A-1


spokesperson MaryJustino.
Among those arrested was. a 17-year-
old motorcycle rider clocked driving at
141 mph Sunday morning,Justino said..
The rider attempted to hide but was
caught by a deputy, she said.
Dangeifield said the need for traffic
e enforcement on die road is clear.
"We had the fatal and we've consis-
tently had a problem with speeding on
this highway," Dangerfield said while tak-
ing a moment from looking through the
laser speed gun. "We're doing anything .
we can do to prevent more accidents.
We're not trying to be mean to people by
giving them a ticket. We're-trying to say
'Hey, don't do this any more.' We're trying
to get them to change their behavior and
do things the right way.
"Everybody isin a hurry, but that's how
people get killed at intersections."
He noted the department is particu-
larly targeting drivers who run red lights.
The Oct. 7 fatal wreck on U.S. 17 was the
result of a driver running a red light, the,
Highway Patrol said.
He noted the state legislature recently
increased the fine for running a red light
to be higher than that for speeding.
Doing saturation patrols usually results
ina large number of tickets for a few days,
-Dangerfield said, but officers know that
won't permanently solve the problem.
"That will slow them down for a little
while,butthen they'll startto speedup again.
Sowellhave tocmebackhere anddomain-
teniance panoboer the next few ieeks,"he
said."Then in a few months we ima have to
come back and do the sanu'adion again."
On Wednesday, Ot. 26, and Thursday,
Oct. 27, traffic enforcement deputies
wrote 97 tickets. Over the weekend start-,
ing Friday, Oct. 28, deputies wrote an ad-f
ditional 101 tickets, 93 of which were for
speeding. These were mainly in the 50
Smph area between the Doctor's.Lake -
Bir @d-nd the FPace rslaind sTtbd 'isron. '


moved there in June.
Opponents also gave the Plannning
Commission copies of a petition signed
by more than 300 residents against the
expansion.
Beebe also noted the county's revised
comprehensive plan would no longer
allow subdivisions with more than 250
units to have just one entrance as The
Ravines does.
A similar proposal by Debusk to alter
the 435-acre subdivision that borders the
Ravines Conservation Area near Middle-
burg failed earlier this year when Coun-
ty Commissioners deadlocked 2-2 on a
motion to approve. Debusk's attorney,
Ken Millcri. idu1 Tiue ld:l the ne'r p ii,:,j'. -
al would affect a smaller area and in-
volves fewer potential homes.
The revised plan calls for using 43
acres as the sites of 64 hoines o-. "estate-
sized lots," Miller said.
"These homes would be along Black
Creek, so the potential is there for high'
priced homes," he said.
No timetable was given for.construc-
tion to begin.
But one casualty would be, at least
temporarily, the golf course. Several res-
idents addressing the Plan Commission
said Debusk told them.the new homes
would result in at least three golf holes
along the creek being destroyed.
But others said Debusk, who, was pres-
ent but didn't address the commission, in-
dicated the ine home sales would
provide income to upgrade the course,
swimming pool and tennis courts.
One man said the course repairs
couldn't come quick enough. Gordon Pe-
terson, who gave the commission pictures
of what he said were the "sad" conditions
at the course, was strongly against the
plan.
"Now he wants to chop it up and ruin
the integrity' of the co-u re." said Peterson,
2790 Ravine Road. I .


Since January, 486 traffic citations
were written onUS Highway 17 between
the bridges. The Sheriff's Office Traffic
Unit wrote 53 percent of these.
Among those were: 166 citations for
speeding; 57 citationsfor careless driving; 42
for obedience to traffic signals; and 37 for
driving % hileli(keise]uspeCnded oi re;,oked.
There were nine citations for DLUI ai id
175 citations for other violate ions.. :
The crackdown cones af teran Oct. 7
wreck on U.S. 17 at the Harbbr Island in-
tersection killed a pregnant O a nge Park
woman.Thex i eck remains under in es-
,tigationbvthe Florida High\\a) Patrol.


In other action, the board:
Denied a rezoning from urban core to
commercial for 2.8 acres on County Road
220 at Duck Creek Drive and bordered by
the seaboard Coastline Railroad tracks.
Several residents objected saying the
change would affect their property val-
ues. The owner,-however, said he only
wanted to improve the now-undeveloped
property's value.
Approved a rezoning request from
Orange Park Mall owner Simon Proper-


ty Group of Indianapolis. The request
will allow the mall to expand three exist-
ing stores -J.C. Penney, Belk and Dillard's
- and add a fourth anchor store, a Dick's
Sp1o iingGood.. A Simon ii:i :sci:a:iiN e
said construction of tie li \\ t**.'ie \,ild
begin in 2006,-but the other expansions
could be delayed until 2007.
When completed, the mall will actu-
ally gain about 800 parking spaces and
the "outer ring" driveway will have been
altered.


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GREEN COVE SPRINGS From 11 a.m.
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was awash with activity.
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Vender booths offered art, crafts of
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Columbo mystery comes to OP Theater


By Lydia Filzen, Correspondent
ORANGE PARK \Watc h closely and pay
attention as each clue unfolds! Orange
Park Community Theater is set to enter-
tain with a gripping tale of mystery,
Columbo style.
Dr. Roy Flemming, an
eminent psychologist,
has fallen for actress
Susan Hudson. He tells
her that his wife, Claire,
actually believes "until
death do us part" is a life-
long vow. He must hasten
her departure so he'll be
free to play house with
his new girl toy. Hudson
cooperates as he executes
a plan for the perfect
murder, complete with
an airtight alibi.
He returns to his
apartment, the scene of Cast members o
the crime, and discovers ney Schulwolf
that his brilliant scheme Annabelle How
has developed a few tar-
nish spots. First, Claire isn't quite as dead as
he thought. She's in a coma, out of reach in
a hospital, so he can't even finish the job.
Will she wake up and tell the authorities he
tried to do her in? That's bad enough, but
there's even worse news for the not-so-dot-
ing hubby: a certain Lieutenant Columbo
is on the case.
The cop is diffident, suspicious and per-
sistent as a bloodhound. He shows up at
awkward times and asks annoying ques-
tions in a disarming manner. It's enough to
drive a hotshot shrink around the bend.
Will the humble Columbo keep picking at
clues until the good doctor's story unravels?
Director Karla Hinton worked with a
wonderful cast to bring about this intrigu-
ing mystery.
Veteran OPCT actor Richard Haertel is
the perfect Scru'ff\. lumlb,-like-j-f:'o\
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mannerisms and delivery, he effectively
bumbles his way through the case. Robert
Pogachnik, a newcomer to OPCT, plays the
villainous psychologist with appropriate
bluster and arrogance. Courtney Schul-
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Orange Park Community Theater will
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3 p.m. Nov. 6 and 13.
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Union, county have magistrate to hear impasse


By Debbie Israel Messer, Staff
disraehnesser@jcpgroup.com

GREEN COVE SPRINGS -The negotiator.
for the Clay County Board of Commis-
sioners,John Dickinson, and the county
firefighter's union have chosen Anthony
R. Baldwin as the special magistrate to pre-
side over their impasse hearing.
The two sides started with a list of
seven special magistrates provided by the
state Public Employees Relations Com-
mission (PERC).
Through a process of each side elimi-
nating one person from the list, they chose
Baldwin, the last person on the list.
Formerly known as special masters, the
term special magistrate is now used based


on a change by the state legislature last year.,
PERC has tasked Baldwin, a full time
law professor at Mercer College in Geor-
gia, to conduct a "pre-hearing" meeting
with both sides to attempt to '"identify and
narrow the disputed issues requiring the
presentation of evidence."
There will be an attempt to reach stipu-
lations where there is agreement on sec-
tions and on what evidence is undisputed.
Baldwin must schedule the impasse
hearing itself within 20 days of October 27.'
After the conclusion of the'hearing,
Baldwin will have 15 calendar days to make
his decision.
Baldwin, a Harvard University gradu-
:tie, hs rendered decisions for PERC for
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der the decision in writing rather than
presenting it at the conclusion of the
hearing.
Baldwin's decision willbe transmitted to
.boih sidc, wlh: cm either accept or reject
the decision. The decision will thlengo to
the Board of County Commissioners to
vote on the decision.
Negotiations between the two sides
came to impasse when the county rejected
.the second pay plan and salary increase
proposed by the firefighters.
The second plan submitted by the fire-"
fighters )lrd -ed their salary proposal
from three years to one year and reduced
pay grade interval rates.
The firefighters' pay plan has steps
within each job title so increases can come
with increasing seniority.
Clu Wright, president of the firefight-
ers' association, says firefighters are con-
cerned about the loss of firefighters to


other counties because of lower pay in
Clay County.
"If the county c.a in.\ i tlir: lslikc
the Girl Scout camp, they should be able to
Help fuefig' i-t1 "said Wright.
The county has steadfastly opposed the
initiation of a pay plan schedule such as
tht ,t i ,Fp.posed by the firefighters, which
has a schedule of increases between tiers
related to-seniority.
The. c:' uml\'- p:\ proposal increased
to 2.75 pieL:cin f'.i entry-level fire-
fighters.
Of the 19 sections of the agreement for
\ which tl .ie ha ie.been proposal by either
sidi, a i-eci ci t hl s been reached on only
Sse en minoli Iecuton ..
Been tlio.iugh ithe impasse process has
started. thli coti .ni.\' has requested that the
firefighters continue negotiations.
The next negotiation session will be
held Moi ndi,, Nov. 21, at the county ad-
ministrative building inri Green Cove
Springs at 9a.m.


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Orange Park Council negotiates with new auditor


By Debbie Israel Messer, Staff
disrae1liesser@jcpgroup.com

ORANGE PARK Orange Park Council
members began the process to hire a new
auditor for the town at its meeting Tuesday,
Nov. 1.
Linda Dufresne of Dufresne and Asso-
ciates came before the council to start ne-
gotiations for an initial one-year contract.
Dufresne and Company was selected as
the best bid in October after the council
had solicited bids for new auditing services.
Council members agreed on a pro-
posed schedule of fees with a not to exceed
amount of $30,000 for an audit of the
2004/05 fiscal year with an option for re-.
newal of two additional years. For grant
funds, a separate audit will done and a dif-
ferent fee schedule used.
Defresne emphasized to the council her
firm specializes in governmental andnon-
profit accounting making the firm quali-
fied to complete the necessary audits in a
timelymanner.
Thecompanyrecentlyrenewedacontract
with NeptuneBeach, andhas performed au-
ditsforJacksonvilleandtheDuvalSchoolDis-
trict among other entities.
Council member Ti a' isCummings,
who reminded the council the last auditing
firm, Hubbard and Conner Accounting,


promised the 2003/04 audits in February,
confirmed the need for timely submittal
but the council received it in September.
The council will receive a proposed.
contract with the schedule of fees at the
next council meeting for approval.
In other action, the council approved
the 2005-06 inter-local agreement with the
county, approved annually.
The agreement provides for a cash con-
tribution of $1,076,847 from the county to
the town.
In addition to those funds, the town willre-
ceiveanadditional $80,000payableafterJan-
uary 2006 tobuyaladder-pumper fire truck
Services to be provided to the town by
the county in lieu of payment will include
the maintenance of dirt roads within the
town, including emergency grading after
a heavy rainfall for up to a maximum of
three times per year.
Town Manager Bowles noted that as the
public works paving projects continue that
effortwill decrease. "We are working our way
out of the dirt road business," said Bowles.
The county will continue to provide in-
spection building inspection services, and
maintenance services for air conditioners,
plumbing, heating and electrical items for
town buildings.
They will also provide traffic signal
maintenance and signage for the town.


There is a clause in the agreement per-
mitting the county to reduce the funds re-
ceived or services provided if the county
has to reduce its budget or if individual
departments receive budget cuts. .
One new item in the agreement allows
the town the option of not transferring
garbage, trash, rubbish and special waste to
the landfill designated by the county.
Council members approved a bid for
drainage improvements for Carnes Street
and Campbell Avenue, and storm water
pumping station on Wells Road. The bid
price totaled $ 167,732 with the projects to
be completed by the sole bidder, Grimes
Contracting, Inc. ,
Council members also reviewed the
first monthly project progress report pro-
vided by Town Engineer Gordon Smith._
The council had requested a monthly re-
.port be provided to keep the council ad-
vised of progress being made on public
works projects.
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does not connect through to the other side
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No decision was made on that question.
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not be made a through street and instead a
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Compassionate Friends organizes Clay chapter


By Trisha Cormeny, Staff
tcormeny@jcpgroup.com

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS One local
woman is on a mission to ease the pain of
parents suffering from the loss of a child.
"When you've lost a child, you never heal
and you're reaching out to anyone that can
help," said Alice Watts, who seeks to organize
alocalchapterof theCompassionateFriends,
a support group for parents. "The mission of
this program is to help assist parents. We just
hope we can help someone along the way."


The first meeting of hdie KeN sone Comn-
passionate Fiendsgroup. the first of its kind
in Clay C:)tiin according to ~\htts, is 7-9 p.m.
Monday No. 7. at Trinity Baptist C lu ch.
"There's so many people out there in
need of help," said Watts.
She stressed that the meetings are con-,
fidential and meant to support the family
seeking counseling. "Everybody has a dif-
ferent story. Every child died differently,"
she said.
Watts has another reason for trying to or-
ganize a local chapter. She lost a daughter


Jan. 29,1986, in an automobile accident and
spent years attending Compassionate
Friends meetings inJacksonville.
"'oiu just can't even imagine how any-
body feels until you go through this," said
Watts, who was asked by the pastor at Trin-
it if she would be interested in starting a
local chapter.
Ti init had threepai ishioners wholost
loved ones over the past few months and
needed support, she said. "If I canjust help
one person through this, that's my goal."
With the holidays coming up, Watts real-
ized the added importance of such a pro-
gram where grieving parents could notonly
find support, but also in some cases the will
to make it through the season, said Watts.
"Holidays are the worst time for some-
one who's lost a child," said Watts, adding


that for many years she and her husband
couldn't even bear to put up.decorations
without their daughter. "We just could not
bear to celebrate without her."
According to its website, www.thecom-
passionatefriends.com, The Compassion-
ate Friends is a national non-profit group
that "offers friendship, understanding,
and hope to bereaved parents, grandpar-
ents and siblings. There is no i elig ious af-
filiation and theie are no membership
dues or fees."
.The group seeks to help parents who
have lost children of all ages. regardless of
the circumstance.
For more infoi miation about Compas-
sionateFnendsor hie meeting Monda-;Nov.
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Clay County Chamber of Commerce

"FOCUS ON THE FUTURE"


2005/06 Installation of Officers


David Robertson thanks the members of the 2004/2005 Board of
Directors.


and Awards Dinner Highlights


Bob Krieger, Orange Park Medical Center; Jack Meyers, Reinhold
Corporation; and Mark Butterworth, BellSouth pose with David
Robertson, Reynolds. Smith & Hills. They are the winners of the
Chairman's Award for the Focus on the Future Initiative for Economic
Development.


David Robertson stands with the winners of the Chairman's Award
for the Clay County Super Celebration. They are (from left to right)
Ted McGowan, Reynolds Park Yacht Center; George Francisco,
Sports Tourism Development Association of Clay County; and Joe
Hapi, Reynolds Park Yacht Center.


Carol Taylor of Beacon Enterprises, Inc., is the winner of the
Ambassador of the Year Award for the second straight year.


David Robertson, Reynolds, Smith & Hills, administers the oath
of office to 2005/2006 Chairman Bob Krieger, Orange Park
Medical Center.


The 2005/2006 Board of Directors take the
Annual .Dinner.


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November 3, 2005 CLAYTODAY.BIZ Section A-15


Re-inactment honors fallen Clay County police officers


By Trisha Cormeny, Staff
trormeny@jcpgroup.com

ORANGE PARK The lights went out
and the curtain rose as the audience
watched with tear-filled eyes while
Ridgeview High students played out their
final~moments as Clay County sheriff's
deputies Thursday, Oct. 27.
Part of the neighborhood watch pro-
gram, Thursday's performance did not


Smyrna Beach Police Officer Roy L. Nel-
son Jr., vehicular assault; University of
Central Floriday Police Corporal Mario
Jenkins, gunfire; Ft. Lauderdale Police
PatrolmanJose Diaz, fal.
The following Clay Sheriff employees
lost their lives in the line of duty:
Deputy Wilson Walker died Dec. 17,
1994, as a result of medical complications
caused by materials used during his work
as an evidence technician.


Sgt. Richard Watkins, died on May 3,
1976, after responding to an attempted
suicide call. The fatal crash occurred
while following the ambulance en route
to the hospital.
Sheriff Theodore Cherry served from
1911 until his death onJuly 6,1913. He was
shot and killed by a suspect during an in-
terview.
Sheriff Charles Wilson served from
1905 until his death onJuly 10,1906. He
was shot and killed by a suspect during an


arrest attempt aboard a train.
SheriffJosephus Peeler served from
1889 until his death on May 10,1894. Peel-
er was shot while trying to stop an argu-
ment between two men at the train
station.
Auxiliary Deputy Arthur Caton died
on July 15,1979, as a result of a heart at-
tack suffered while working a traffic de-
tail in Orange Park.
Sgt. Kenneth "Eddie" Hayes died on
May 26, 2002, as a result of a heart attack.


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R idgeview Higl h Theatrical Department
portrayed the final moments of men
and women fallen in the line of duty-
during a joint program called "In the
Line of Duty."
"It was moving. I don't think there was
a dry eye in the place," said Clay County
Sheriff Rick Beseler after the hour-long Attend This Dynamic Sem n
presentation. 'We're really proud of the
students and the police department. We ALL S P E A
do this as a community service to raise 1____1_1 __ t
awareness." II
Lt. Jack Clanton, organizer of the : '" '
event, said this was the first time the Sher-
iff's Office has attempted such a pro- ..
gram.
"Itf wasjust an ideal conceived with my '
team," said Clanton, who praised the
Ridgeveiw students for the realistic per-
formance that included gunshots, a mo-
torcycle stop and a funeral scene. "The .
kids and the team worked very hard. A lot
of the public who heard about the pro-
gram afterwards are already asking when-
it will come again'." ZIG ZIGLAR RICK BELLUZZO
That, says Mary Justino, spokesperson Using Creativlly to Increase How to Manage,
for the Sheriff's Office, is what the de- & Maintain Motivation Lead and Succeed
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First grader collecting toys for fellow children


By Lisa Dail, Correspondent
MIDDLEBURG- Mikie Peterson, a first
grader, was motivated by pictures of Hur-
ricane Katrina to find a way to help the
children who have lost so much.
After watching the news images of the
destruction in the Gulf Coast due to the
hurricane, Peterson asked her mother,
"How will Santa Claus find the children
who lost their homes to give them their
presents?"
Peterson then told her mother and fa-
ther she wanted to do something to help
the children, especially with the holidays
coming up.
"Her father and I couldn't say no to
her, she wanted to help those children
and we k new that we had to help her," said


mother Suzanne.
The Peterson family made phone calls
to see what they could do to help the chil-
dren. Many organizations were so en-
gaged in meeting the immediate needs
of the victims, but said it was hard to plan
for the needs later on, like with the up-
coming holidays.
Mikie started at her school, Annunci-
ation Catholic School in Middleburg, to
help the children affected by Katrina by
collecting toys to give them for Christ-
mas. Annunciation Catholic School has
supported the toy drive and adopted itas
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A family friend told the Petersons
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since the hurricane have been sending
various relief needs to the church.
At that point, a partnership was
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drive and make sure that all donations
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Mikie has set the example by donating
her birthda\ money\ andallouancetogo
tobuy toys foir the drive.
"So far there have been thiee trips to
buy toys with Mikie's money, and each
trip we were able to buy 5 toys, for a total
of 15," said Suzanne.


The toy drive is accepting donations
of both new and used toi s for ch ildren of
any age.
Currently there has been a \ ide
rage of donations and the Petersons
are collecting anything from things for
newborns or board games and dolls.
said Suzanne.
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ORANGE PARK -The na ons largest \ol-
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"We prepare tax returns for the low and
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retired individuals to help out. We also
have hours available for the working pub-
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Rodon said 32,000 Americans volun-
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to help millions of low- and middle-in-
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"The more volunteers we have, the
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who also said that all training is provided
and weekday, weekend and evening hours
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dealing with people who might not have
another way of getting their taxes done."
Tax Aide help citizens get their tax re-
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November 3. 2005 CLAYTODAY.BIZ Section A-17


School District

hears from

communications

consultant

By Debbie Israel Messer, Staff
disraelmesser@jcpgroup.com

FLEMING ISLAND Clay School Board
members labored over district communi-
cation at a special meeting held Monday,
Oct. 31.
Consultant David Voss, who was hired
in May to prepare a communications plan
for the district, told the board: "You cannot
wait until you need support," to prepare
and implement a plan.
Voss completed a communications
audit" of the district of both internal and
external communications of the district as
his initial task for the district.
The audit provides for a "snapshot of
current practices, impressions and effec-
tiveness," said Voss.
Voss' audit included interviewing par-
ents, community members and district
staff, reviewing media clips, and holding
focus groups.
Voss reviewed with the board his con-
clusions and recommendations based on
the audit results, which came with some
good news and some not so good news.
While staff and community members
widely hold a good impression of the dis-
trict, it may be a case of being too positive.
"There is so much pride here that there
is a false sense of" we're really, really good,"
said Voss.
However, when looking at the district
on a national scale Voss said the district
may be "resting on your laurels," with im-
pro\%t meni needed.
Recommendations for improvement
from Voss included:
Piepatatin ,of a strategic plan that
i%: uld iicuirpoiate a\ isii-n fir the d isu ict
Ll-pg.: ing hdi rdh-nici ,ebsite ltoadc e,,
user needs including a better search engine,
functionality, and more visual content
A new phone notification system for
emergency, outreach and critical issue in-
volvement including board/ superinten-
dent communication
Creating a realtorr" package of infor-
mation about the district '
Reach out to retirees to sit on commit-
tees, academies, be mentors and speak
Designate "school a mbassad o i s" for
each school o be trained to get the good
news otIt about their school
Use ofa radio band vidi segmenLs for
eachschooltoreachouttocommuterparents
Customer service training to address
interactions with school staff.
*increasing face- to-face communica-
tionbetweenstaff/board/superintendent
Voss asked board members for direc-
tion as to which recommendations they
wanted to pursue and their priority.
Board member Wayne Bollajumped in
first with his top five priorities, a strategic
plan stressing parental involvement, the
phone system upgrade, a realtorr packet,"
increased use of retirees, and website im-
provement
A strategic plan for the district quickly
rose to the top of the list for all board mem-
bers who agreed nominally with the rest of
Bolla's list.
Voss said he will complete the commu-
nications plan with a timeline, a detailed
description of each project, responsibili-
7ties and estimates of funding needed as
well as complete the strategic plan for no
additional funds per his contract
The plan will describe staff, board and
superintendent involvement However, the
upgrades to the website and the telephone
system will cost additional funds, with the
phone system averaging $3 pet pupil.
Board member Carol Vallencourt told
the board she could not see how they could
fund a phone system change this fiscal
year and if they wanted to do .it, they
should plan for next year's budget Vallen-
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GCS Council

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By Bob Henderson, Staff
bhendersoni@jcpgroup.com
GREEN COVE SPRINGS Councilors,
staff and audience were all smiles Tuesday
evening, Nov. 1, as the Green Cove Springs
City Council opened with accolades for
everyone in the akeof the weekend Soul
Food Festival.
"I'm proud to be from Green Cove
Springs," said Councilman Matt Tinney.
Then he said thatthe third presentation of
this festival was so successful that the City
should consider bringing back the Augus-
ta Savage festival. Savage was a local artist
who achieved fame for her sculptures.
Mayor Bob Page noted, "This shows
that we have more than Spring Park, that
we continue to add to the City's assets."
Felicia Hampshire, producer-of the
Soul Food Festival, thanked everyone. She
particularly stressed the fact that everyone
was so willing to give of their time and tal-
ent "You were the bomb," she said.
Hampshire said it was, "...a rainbow of
folk and no animosity. We were all just
people." She said.
Turning to the business at hand, the
council approved support of the Chamber
of Commerce's newest attempt to gain a
Brownfields Assessment Grant.
Brownfields, if awarded, provides
funds to clean distressed properties of en-
vironmentally hazardous materials and
prepare them for redevelopment. The end
result is a return of productive property to
community tax rolls and potential eco-
nomic development
The will be a public hearing on the sub-
ject at 6 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 10, in the first
floor conference room of the Clay Coun-
i\ Administration Building atUS 17 and
Houston Sueet in Geen Coe Springs.
Among other areas in Clay County that
might benefit from a Brownfields Grant,
is the oldJM plant and property atUS 17
and SR 1EiEa.
Middleburg seaman
completes training
Special to Clay Today
Coast Guard Reserve Seaman Recruit
MichaelJ. Francisco, son of Susan M. and
Charles L. Francisco of Middleburg,
graduated from the U.S. Coast Guard Re-
cruit Training Center in Cape May, N.J.
During the eight-week training pro-
gram, Francisco trained in academics,
water safety and survival, military cus-
toms and courtesies, seamanship skills,
first aid, firefighting and marksman-
ship. An emphasis is also placed on phys-
ical fitness, health and wellness.
Francisco also received instruction on
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SJCDS students attend Canadian "EinsteinFest"


Special to Clay Today
ORANGE PARK Nine St.Johns Coun-
try Day School physics seniors traveled to
Cananda Oct. 8-11 for the annual Einste-
inFest.
Students Matt Dobbertien, Miles
Moody, Ryan Hudson, Cody Slaughter,
Stephen Creighton, Kalin Allen, Kate
Heller, Lucia Constantine, Emily Patter-
son, and their teacher Don Franklin at-
tended the fest, which was held to celebrate
the 100th anniversary of Albert Einstein's
"miracle year" when, at the age of 26, he
published several groundbreaking ideas
that led physics into the modern era.
Franklin and his students attended
three lectures during their stay: New
Technologies and Inventions of Space
and Time, Explorations to the Ends of
the Earth: Roald Amundsen, and From


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Mike Lazaridis, inventor of the Black-
Berry communication system, was the
lecturer on the age of wireless communi-
cation and was also instrumental in plan-
ning the "Fest."
Franklin, a member of the American
Association of Physics Teachers and-the
U.S. representative of the International
Young Physicists Tournament, is actively
recruiting international students for
Perimeter's International Summer
-School for Young Physicists.
Four St.Johns students attended the
school in the summer of 2004. Franklin is
also involved through the AAPT with es-
tablishing innovative ways of teaching
physics and training physics teachers.
In addition to attending the lectures
and viewing the displays and exhibitions,


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BRIEFS oiii pag A-3

to use a standard Doppler radar device for
traffic enforcement, the report states.
In his disciplinary letter, Beseler wrote
to Ruby: "... you knew you were not certi-
fied in the use of the laser speed measur-
ing device, had not been issued a laser for
your use, and did not have permission


from Iour super isors to use thie lasei de-
Sice to enforce ti affic speeding la s."
Ruby had an oppot unit) to appeal
the ruling at a Wednesday, Nov. 2, hearing.

OP cyclist killed

ORANGE PARK A 22-year-old motor-
cycle rider died early Sunday, Oct. 30,


w hen he lost control of his motorc\cleon
Blanding Boule'ard, the Florida High-
was Patrol said.
Ryan P. McDonald, of the 400 block of
Wynfield Circle, was traveling north-
bound 1.5 miles south of Orange Park
about 3:55 a.m. when he failed to make a
turn due to excessive speed, the Highway
Patrol report states.
The motorcycle struck a concrete
curb,went across a sidewalk and hii a tele-
phone pole, the report states.
McDonaldwas transported b\ Orange
Park Medical Center where he w as pro-
nounced dead, the report states.

Sex offender arrested

GREEN COVE SPR INGS- A 37-year-old
Oregon native was arrested Monday. Oct.
31, for failing to notify state authorities lie
v, as a convicted sex offender.
Jeffrey Allen Lockwood, of the 800
block of Ferris Street in
Green Cove Springs, -
was charged with fail-
ure of a sex ciffender to
register, according to a
Clay Count) Sheriiff's
Office arrest report.
Lockwood, who was
con' icted in OCiegonin
1998 of burglary with Jeffrey Allen
intent tocoimnit rape. Lockwood
was initially anIested for
driving with a revoked
di iver's license. He was hired by a Green
Cove Spri ngs fac to ry in August andgave
the company aJacksonville address, the
report states.
However, when ai rested he gave a
Green Cove Springs address and told po-:
licehe had li ed there foi se% eral months
but had not registered his current ad-,
dress with the Clay County Sheri off's Of-
fice or any state agency\ in Floi ida, the
report states.


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priman employers to the area. The pres-
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GREEN COVE-SPRINGS The Clay
County Sheriff's Office arrested one sus-
pect and obtained warrants on four oth-
ers in connection % ith a counterfeiting
scam that targeted the Cla\ Co un \ Jail
and otherjails in North-
east Florida.
Quoyadis ThomasJr.,
24, of Jacksonville is
charged with uttering a
forged or counterfeit
document, a sheriffsof-
fke arrest report states.
According to the re- --
port, Thomas was in the Quovadis-
Clay County Jail when Thomas Jr
he received a forged
check for $9.50i0 from another man Oct.
Sarid deposited the check iLi hisjail com-
missar\ account. Several people then
came to the sheriff's office at various
times during the month trying to with-
draw the moneo.but the funds weren't re-
leased because of confusion oer \\ho
had permission torecei\ e the money, the
report states.
Clay County authorities were alerted
to the check, written on a Tampa bank,
possibly being counted feit. The\ subse-
quentl\ discovered the bank routing
. code was actually fbi ajacksonville bank
and the Tampa bank's address listed a zip
code for jackson\ ille addresses, there-
port states.
Thomas was in jail on violation of pa-
role for unirelated fraud changes u lien lie
receive ed the check, the report states.
Jails in St.Joh ns and Dural counties
may ha% e been subject to similar scans.
and could have resulted in losses oif more
than $101(i ,0, Cla\ Coun(itN Slieri off's Of-
fice spokesperson Mar\ JustinoLsaid.
Nassau County disco ered a similar
scam in proui ess and did not lose money y.
he said.


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Highlighted by the world-famous


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festival featuring static display\ s of air-
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recruitment booths, and the Kiddy Hawk
Kids area where children of all ages have
an opportunity to make their awn dog
tags, pilot's wings, hats, T-shirt designs


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Section A-22 CLAYTODAY.BIZ November 3, 2005


OBITUARIES


JEANETTE E. FUCHS
Jeanette E. Fuchs, 89, passed away Sat-
urday, Oct. 22,2005. Born on May 7,1916
in Philadelphia, PA,-she was a homemak-
er. Survivors include her son, Theodore
"Ted" David Clark; stepchildren, Vicki F
Dubendorf, Lawrence K. Fuchs and
Gwen L. Koonce; 6 grandchildren and 2
great-grandchildren. Funeral services
were held Oct. 31, from the graveside at
Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery
San Antonio, TX. Arrangements are
under the care of Broadus-Raines & Pons
Family Funeral Home.

MARCEIL HARRIS COGDILL
Marceil Harris Cogdill, born April 27
1913, passed away Oct. 24, 2005, after a
long illness. Mrs. Cogdill graduated from
Chiefland High School in 1931 and
worked briefly as a Legislative Aid in Tal-
lahassee. She was married to the lateJohn
L. Cogdill, Sr., an attorney who also man-
aged the family construction business.
They lived in many areas in FL, finally
settling inJacksonville in 1945. She spent
her life loving and caring for her family.
She is survived by a brother,Jimmy Har-
.ris, Chiefland, FL; 2 sons:John L. Cogdill,
Jr. and J.B. "Jake" Cogdill; 3 grandchil-
dren: Michael,Jennifer and John James;
and 5 great ga ndchiildren. Funeritl serv-


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F.D. "BOB" WEATHERLY
I F.D. "Bob" Weatherly, 68, passed away
2 on Oct. 21,2005, in OP, FL. He was born in
s Mason City, IA, and moved in 1986 from
t Dubai, UAE to OP, FL; Bob's personal
, challenge with diabetes led him to the
development of a liquid nutritional'
s product that will continue to be manu-
factured in his state-of-the-art facility in
OP, FL to carry on his legacy to feed starv-.
ing children around the world. His ef-
, forts allowed tens of millions of life
. saving nutritional products to be deliv-
ered to children who so desperately
I needed them. Despite his time away, Bob's
happiest moments were spending time-
with his wife of 48 years, his family and
friends at home. Bob is survived by his
loving wife, Patsy Weatherly; son, Todd
7 and (Ligaya) Weathe i1); 2 daughters:
t Pamela and Kimberly Weatherly; sister,
WilmaJensen; grandchildren: Amy and
Derick Brumfield, Devin and Jordan,
, Weatherly, Lisa Bryant, Shannon and
Laurie Rivera; 6 great grandchildren and
several nieces and nephews. Memorial
services were held Oct. 28, at OP United
Methodist Church. In lieu of flowers, do-
nations may be made to The American
Diabetes Association, 4492 Southside
Blvd #101,Jacksonville, FL 32216.

EDWIN FLEETWOOD PERRY
Mr. Edwin Fleetwood Perry, 89, (Oct. 29,
1'il5iPenne\ Farns. passed a\.t\ Tuesda\,
Oct. 25.2i(15. at the Pa ilion For Health "
Care,Penne\ Fanrm Retirement Cuminu-
nii).Mr. Peti N wasa nati\eof Rak \igh. NC,
and was a Baptist Minister. Ed\ in ias the
son of Eddie Milton and Bessie Moore
Perr). He was preceded in death b\ a son,
Edwin E PerryJr. and is survived by his
wifeJuliePerr\.Peiire\ Farms; daughter,
Pamnela P.Hill.Cuillowhee.NC(:2 sons,Tim-
oth\ S. Pci r,. Atlanta. GA. and Carl B.
Per i \. M. Steiling. KY. 1 sister, Margie
Da isRaleigh .N-.: grandchildrenandl
great grrandchild. Nh. Pei i vwillbe laid to
Srest in the Ca.\ehill Cei neter\ in Loi is ille.
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HERMANN BAUER.
Hermann Bauer, 64, Middleburg, FL,
passed away Fr id a). Oct. 21,2005. Born on
May 29,1941, in Germany, he was an en-
gineering manager for the Bechtel Cor-
poration, where he influenced many of
the younger workers to succeed. Sur-
vivors include his loving wife of 15 years,
Elaine C. Bauer; son, Christian Bauer of
Germany; daughter, Yasmin Bauer of
LA; and grandchildren,JustinJoseph, II,
Jenna Marie, Jayden Marie, Tiffany
Rivera and Jennifer Salliotte. A memori-
al service was held Oct. 29, at the Chapel
of Broadus-Raines & Pons Family Fu-
neral Home with FatherJames R. Bod-
die,Jr. of St. Catherine's Catholic Church
officiating. Arrangements were under
the care of Broadus-Raines & Pons Fam-
ily Funeral Home.

DONALD RAY BROOKS
Donald Ray Brooks, 66,
Jacksonville, FL, passed away
Thursday, Oct. 27, 2005, at
his home. Born on July 4,
1939, inJacksonville, FL, he was a retired
ritaster machinist for Anheuser-Busch
and enjoyed spending his retirement tin-
kering with cars, being involved in stock
car racing and watching football. Mr.
Brooks served his country in The USMC
and will be deeply missed by his loving
family and friends. Survivors include his
loving wife of 44 years, Ursula T. Brooks;
sons, Donnie (Christina) Brooks, OP, FL,,
and John and Derek Brooks, GCS, FL;
brother, Kenneth (Susie) Brooks,Jack-
sonville; sisters, Lorraine (Elmo) Hart-
man, Goliad, TX, Earlene (Guy) Silver,
Doris (Glenn) McGregor and Jean Bell,
all. Jacksonville: and gi andchildren.
Dusin,. K\ndall, Kristen. De\ on anid Bret.
Funeral services were held Oct. 30, at the
Chapel of Bi roadiis-Raines &- Pons Fami-
h1 Funeral Home. In lieni of flowers, me-
ino irial contr ibutiolis in his name inavbe
minade to Dreams Comie Tiii,. Jack-
soni ille.FL. Arrangements are under the
care of Broadus-Raines & Pons Family
Funeral Hoine. .

WILLIAM "CLINT" CLINTON


Korean conflict in the Marine Corp, and
was a member of Riverside Masonic
Lodge. He attended Black Creek Church
of Christ on County Road 218, where serv-
ices.were held Nov. 1 Mr. Steve Atnip, min-
ister officiated and burial followed in
Holly Hill Memorial Park with Masonic.
Rites conferred. Survivors include his
wife of 26 years, Mary Cavender Register;
son, Matthew Clinton (Kelly) Register;
daughter, Mae Linda Rett; step-daugh-
ters: Renita (Levi) Boree, Debra (C:h. le-s
Barriger; 3 sisters: Clara Rose, Mildred
Lucas, and Gloria Wilkinson; 10 grand-
children and a number of nieces and
nephews All iring>menubs_\ Hull\ Hill
Funeral Home. The family requests me-
morialstobesenttoComnniii iiLt HospiPic.

HELEN MARIE WOODS
Mrs. Helen Marie Woods, 86, Green
Cove Springs, FL, passed away on Oct. 26,
2005, inOP. The daughter of Willi ain iid
Viola Corbitt, she married James Byron
Woods onJuly 19,1936. She was a home-
maker, a member of Eastern Star and of
the protestant faith; Mrs. Woods was
preceded in death by her husband. She
is survived by 2 sons;James Ca ri oi (R osc')
and William Ronald (Betty), GCS; 6
grandchildren and 14 great-grandchil-
dren. Services were held on Oct. 31,2005,
in Ft. Meade, FL. Interment followed at
Evergreen Cemeter. Arrangeimeints by
McLean Funeral Home.
RUTH MAE REY
Mrs. R. ith TMae Re., 87, (Oct. 10, 1918) a
resident of OP, passed away Friday, Oct.
28, at the MAooseha\ en Li fe Care Center.
From Atoka County, OK, she.came to
MoosehavenonOct. 20. 1998. She became
affiliated with the Loval Order of Moose
June 21,1967, whenrshe joined Monmrei.
CA Chapter #630.Mrs.Re\ is su revived b\
2 sons, Robert Rey, Hollister, CA and
Gene Rey Temple City, CA; Isistri, Irene
Copenbarger,Pawhuska, OK. Seir ices for
Mrs. Rey will be held at the Monterey
Peninsula Mortuary in Seaside, CA and
interment in the Mission Memorial Park
Cemetery in Seaside, CA. Local arrange-
ments by Helm Funeral Home.


William (Clint" Clinton ALFRED JAMES HARDIN
Register, 72, passed :awan at AlfredJames Har din. 77 ,
his home following-' a GCS, FL, passed away l
lengthy illness. Born and Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2005;..
raised inJacksonville, he was a resident Born on Sept. 24, 1928. in
of.Middlebtiig f(or41years. Mr.Register Topton, NC. he was an .automobile
re tired after 39 cal s of service with Bell-
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Noebr ,20 CATDY.I etinA2


OBITUARIES from page A-22
painter andjack-of-all trades, especial-
ly lawnmower repair. Mr. Hardin served
in the United States Navy during World
War II as a fireman, from 1945-1949.
Survivors include his loving wife,
Geraldine Hardin, married since Dec.-
-14, 1947; daughters: Carolyn (David)
Machaj, Beverly (Richard) Cauley, Terry
(Donald) Stroud, and Patricia Rice
(Billy Sewell); brother, Charles "Buzz"
Matheson; sisters: Margie Jordan and
Ramona; 11 grandchildren and 11 great-
grandchildren. A memorial service was
held Oct. 29, at the Spring Park in GCS,
FL. Arrangements were under the care
of Broadus-Raines & Pons Family Fu-
neral Home.
JOHN ROBERT MCGAUGHEY
Mr.John Robert McGaughey, 77, (Aug.
26,1928) a resident of GCS, passed away
Saturday, Oct. 29, 2005, at OP Medical
Center. Mr. McGaughey is a native of
Natchez, MS coming to GCS 48 years ago.
John was a sports fanatic who loved to
play golf and watch any kind of sport. He
taught at GCS Elementary and Middle
Schools before retiring.John also worked
for many years as a starter at Cattail Golf
Course in GCS. Mr. McGaughey was a
member or the Orange Ave. Baptist
Church in GCS. John was preceded in
death by 1 brother,' Earl Conrad Mc-
Gaughey and is survived by his wife,
Marie McGaughey, GCS; 1 son,John H.
McGaughey, GCS; 1 brother, Albert Mc-
Gaughey, Orlando; 3 sisters, Grace Kelly
and Laura McGaughey, Natchez, MS and
Gloria Ashe,Jackson, MS., and 1 Grand-
son. Services for Mr. McGAughey were
held at the Orange Ave. Baptist Church,
GCS. Interment followed at Holly Hills
Cemetery, Middleburg. Arrangements
by Helm Funeral Home, GCS.
MARION A. JACOBS
Marion A.Jacobs passed
away Oct. 26, 2005, in GCS,
FL, at the age of 74 .1afi L-i -
lon -manLid [fllnlife.He was born on'Oct. 1,
'.ijl in I-lHiler. N(C to Elizabeth Roscoe
Jacobs and William Dewey Jacobs. He
served in the United States Air Force for
21 yearsand was a veteran of the Korean
and Vietnam wars. He was a Fire Chief in
the Air Force and later-worked at the
Kennedy Space Center during the Apol-
lo Space Shuttle programs as a Fire Train-
ing Officer and Commander of the
Astronaut Rescue Team. He was a kind,
generous, loving man who is deeply
missed by his friends and family. A me-
morial service was held at 6 p.m. Saturday,
Oct. 29,2005, in the Chapel of Broadus-
Raines & Pons Family Funeral Home.
JOHN MOSLEY
John Mosley, 86, passed
away Oct. 30, 2005. Mr.
Mosley was a lifelong resi-
dent of Clay County and re-
tired from the Jacksonville shipyards. He
served his country in the Army during
WWII. Survivors include his wife of 53
years, Doris Osteen Mosley; 2 sons: Ricky
(Phyllis) Mosley, and James 'Mosley; 2
grandchildren, Charity (Nick). Geor-
giades andJustin (Kelly) Mosley; 2 great-
grandchildren, Eleni .and Emily
Georgiades. Funeral service will be held
2 p.m. Nov. 3, at the graveside in Bell
Cemetery, Middleburg, FL. All arrange-
ments made by Holly Hill Funeral Home.
ELIZABETH BETTYY MAC" JANE
MCGEARY
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friends. He enjoyed many hobbies espe-
cially a shared love of motorcycling with
his father. He enthusiastically supported,
the Pittsburgh Steelers, was a talented.
sketch and clay artist and was a member of
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sister, Caitlin McDonald, Orlando, FL;
grandmother, Doris K. Sweitzer, Gulfport,
MS; uncleJohn L (Michele) Sweitzer, Gulf-
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ORANGE PARK Sailboats on the St.
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right here in their own backyard."
The couple purchased the Fernan-
dina Beach-based sailing business
earlier this year. It previously had a
connection to the Doctor's Lake but
the Jones are making a renewed effort
to tell Clay County residents about
sailing opportunities in their own
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"We are very excited about the op-
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"This way they cin ger it taken care of
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fuel consumption.
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Froehlich said student ages' range
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Local businessman and Cub Scout
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why he chose to take action.
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ricane Katrina.
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Friend's memory drives student to help fight ALS


By Amy Dimmock, Correspondent
FLEMING ISLAND At an age where
most kids have never heard of the disease
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis also
known as ALS and Lou Gehrig's Disease -
Jason Metcalfe has already spent years
educating people about it and has raised
$20,000 to fight it.
Metcalfe, who will be 13 on Nov. 16, is
a sixth grader at Thunderbolt Elemen-
tary. However, his story begins five
years ago when he was a first.grader at
Tynes Elementary.
Back then a friend won an auction
sponsored by the Tynes PFA for a tea
party. Sharon Chapman, who was Tynes'
Principal at the time, held the tea party at
her house. When his friend invited him,


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"He saved me froni all the girls," said
Metcalfe. "He was nice."
Metcalfe's mother, Carmen, was active
in the Tynes PFA, often attending meet-
ings and bringing her son with her.
George Chapman was frequently
there too. He and Metcalfe talked often
and became friends. Metcalfe learned
George had a disease called ALS, and
knew doctors could not make him better.,
Whenever they met, they discussed
lots of things, sometimes ALS but fre-
quently other things like sports.
"He would listen to you when you
talked," said Metcalfe.
As time passed, Metcalfe learned a lot
about ALS. He learned it is a progressive
neuromuscular disease that breaks down
the body's ability to walk, talk, swallow
and even breathe. He learned the life ex-
pectancy for someone with ALS is two to
five years from the time of diagnosis.
Metcalfe also learned a lot about George.
"He was a very nice person: He didn't
say 'Why me?' but he made other patients'
lives better by making innovations," said
Metcalfe, describing things George did to
help others, such as designing a breath-
ing tube ALS patients could use in the
shower. "I decided I can do-something
now to help this disease. I saw him help-
ing other people and decided I can make
a difference even though I was only 11."
Using his allowance, he purchased candy
bars from a fundraising company.
He printed informational flyers about
ALS on his computer and distributed
them in front of the Fleming Island Pub-
lix while selling the candy bars to raise
money for the ALS Association.
Metcalfe received local press attention
and was written about on his church's
website.
An employee from Hershey's Coipa-
ny in Pennsylvania heard about Met-
calfe's efforts and sent several cases of
chocolate bars to help him raise more
money, which Metcalfe did. His candy bar
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George was amazed byMetcalfe's efforts.
Sadly, George ChapmandiedFeb. 1, 2004.
Metcalfe keeps George's memory alive
with continuous efforts to educate peo-
ple about ALS and by raising funds to
help those who suffer from it and to help
find a cure. He believes educating people
about ALS is as important as fundraising.
He has twice attended the ALSAssoci-
ation's annual Advocacy Day- Public Pol-
Sicy Conference in Washington, D.C.,
where in May 2005 he spoke at a ca nd re-
light vigil on the steps of the Jefferson
Memorial as one of three keynote speak-
ers. He wrote his five-minute speech and
said he wasn't nervous because the bright
lights kept him from seeing anyone in the
audience of about 2000.
He has met with Florida Sen. Bill Nel-
son,who even congratulated Metcalfe on
the Senate Floor.
Metcalfe was invited to the White
House in 2005 and hopes to meetPresident
or Mrs. Bush when Metcalfe and his moth-
er return to Washington, D.C. in 2006.
He recently met with Rep. Cliff
Stearns, and is also lobbying for legisla-
tion to benefit people with ALS with
things like a national registry for ALS,
which would help research efforts.
He's been interviewed.on ESPN radio
and a local television station.
In addition to selling candy bars, Met-
calfe spearheaded other' fundraisers,
from selling peanuts in front of Publix to
selling items and distributing informa-
tion on ALS outside aJacksonville Suns
game on Lou Gehrig night.
In April of this year, Metcalfe organ-
ized a "Break A Board A Thon" at Karate.
America on Blanding Boulevard where
he takes taekwondo. Taekwondo students
obtained sponsors who paid for them to
break boards during a demonstration in
the Albertson's parking lot outside of the
martial arts school.
-All belt levels participated and Mfet-
calfe's mother even broke a board herself
for the cause. The event raised about
$1000 for the ALS Association and Met-
- calfe hopes to do it again soon.
Recently Metcalfe wanted to do an-
other fundraiser, this time at Thunder-
bolt Elementary.
When he was a student at Tynes Ele-
mentary, Metcalfe met Nancy Sirmons
who worked at Tynes at that time. Sir-
mons is now a PE teacher at Thunderbolt
Elementary, and Metcalfe approached
her in September with his idea.
With the ALS Walk coming up, he
thought it would be appropriate to sell
paper feet, and since Sirmons was in-
volved with PE and the run/walk club, she
seemed the perfect fundraising partner.
She obtained school approval and it
was decided: they would sell paper feet
for $0.25 each from Oct. 3 thru Oct. 6,
with the proceeds going to the ALS Asso-
ciation.
Metcalfe's mother ran off copies of the
feet on paper donated by the PE Depart-
ment. His brother Michael, Sirmons and
another PE teacher at Thunderbolt cut
out the feet.
"I thought if we made $500, we'd be
doing-great," said Carmen. When Sir-
mons called her at 8:30 a.m. the first
morning and told her they were out of
feet, "I thought she was joking."
They had sold 1000 feet in 30 minutes.
"It was mind blowing," she said.
In those four days, Thunderbolt stu-
dents bought 8,144 feet, which raised $2036.
As Sirmons put it, '"That's a lot of feet"
"The purpose of all of this was to raise
awareness of this terrible disease and do
something about it," said Sirmons. "It
wouldn't matter if ithadbeeri$100, it would
be worth it to have an active part in it."
Thus far, Metcalfe has raised $20,000.
By age 16 he hopes to raise $25,000, and by
age 20 he hopes to raise $100,000.
Those wishing to help Metcalfe fight
ALS should send a contribution to:
Jason Metcalfe, 1150 Silver Spur Ct.,
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Clay County Sheriff's Office Most Wanted
As of Monday, Oct.31


*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.


Peter Bermann, 55,
violation of parole,
grand theft


Ronald Bischof, 40,
violation of parole,
lewd and lascivious


Jesse Cherry, 52, Lemuel Crowder, 25,
felony worthless check aggravated battery


Christopher Cunning-
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Melody Mobley, 24, Beverly Osteen, 18,
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ARRESTS


The following were arrested Oct.24-31.
For more information, contact the Clay
County Sheriffs Office at284-7575.
Acker, Danny 32: driving while license is
suspended or revoked-
Acton,Jennifer 22: poss of hydrocarbon
Ager,Kimberly25:no valid drivers license
Andrae, Ian 28: domestic battery
Battles, Aquanda 27: worthless
check/draft/debit card make
Beard,Daniel28:writofbodilyattachment
Beauchamp, George 19: grand theft val-
ued at $300 -$4,999
Bell, Dane 20: disorderly intoxication
Bellamy,Phillip 25: trafficking in cocaine
Bienvenu, Robert 34: contempt of court
for child support
Blank, Varden 20: sale of crack cocaine
Booker, Barry 26: dui
Bradley, Clinton 19: sale/delivery of
crack cocaine
Bradley, James 41: attached tag not as-
signed
Brown, Charles 22: fraudulent use of a
personal ID, grand theft
Bryan,Jeffrey 20: fugitive from justice
Bryant, Subrina 31: uttering
Bryant, Subrina 31: uttering forged
-checks
Buddenhagen,Karen 35: domestic battery
Burns,James 21: domestic battery
Campbell,Jason: 24: dui
Cantwell, Jacob 26: indirect criminal,
contempt, driving while license is suspend-
edor revoked -
Caseja,David21:indirectcriminalcontempt
ChampionJoshua 22: dui
Chailes.Rouie. 30: w i i[ofaittaiunen[ x2
C.hauince, TeIn N28: domuiestitc baern


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disorderly intoxication
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toxication
Ciavattone,Neil45:violationof injunction
Coppen, Walter 53: poss of firearm by a
convicted felon, forgery
Daniels, Christopher 18: sale and deliv-
ery crack cocaine
Daniels, David 21: dui
Dasilva, Robert 32: driving while license
is suspended or revoked
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cocaine
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Gee, Brenda 43: wioridhless~hleck
Gill,Joseph 51: inlation of inljunclionl

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Donna Seaman, 32,
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HURRICANE from page A-25
the boys and a mission with the church. I
truly felt the Lord'ut it on my heart this
was something I needed to do."
At the time it was unknown what tasks
were needed,just that volunteers would as-
sist in cleaning up the devastation Hurri-
cane Katrina left behind.
So on Sept. 26, the 12 men and 3 women
loaded up their church van and headed
west with a truck, trailer and 2 smallJohn
Deere front-end loaders. Chain saws, lad-
ders and ropes were already in the trailer,
part of the Black Creek Baptist Relief As-
sociation's disaster relief trailer that is al-
ways ready for just such a mission.
After 10 hours on the road, the group
reachedBayou ViewBaptistChurchin Gulf-
port, Miss., their home away from home.
That evening they planned and organ-
ized what they would be doing while there.
The Youth Minister for Bayou View knew
of people that needed assistance removing
large trees from homes. The Red Cross also
issued assignments.
"We did priority 1 tree removal," said
Watters. "If a tree was on your house or in
danger of falling on the house and you
were physically unable to move it, we
would come in and move trees."
Watters' relief team was one of only a
few teams with equipment like the front-
end loaders.
"Two jobs had more than 35 trees in dan-
ger to the house," said Watters. He talked of
removing trees that were 300 years old and
seeing root systems so large they stood
three feet above the house when uprooted..
Team members were responsible for
different tasks one was a mechanic and
kept the equipment working, two worked
the front-end loaders, some moved debris,
some directed traffic. Watters was given a
chain saw.
Though he had some limited use with a
chain saw in the past, after six days operat-
ing one.he is eC\p ie ncednow.
"1 picked up.i alo of skills," he said, speak-
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to one's advantage when cutting it down.
: The devastation was, at times, traumat-
ic. Piles of debris 12 feethigh ran for miles
along the sides of roads. Semi-truck after
semi-truck hauled it away. "Everywhere
you look, you see garbage," he said.
He spoke of an area in Biloxi they wit-
nessed.
"It was two miles wide and 14 miles long;
they are just going to bulldoze it all," said
Watters. "Homeowners can't even be given
a chance to search for any remaining be-
longings. There is nothing left.
"That night I didn't sleep. I wept proba-
bly three times from seeing the devastation.
I've been in the military, seen a lot of stuff.
But down there it was worse than anything
I'd ever seen-in my life... there were mo-
ments of just a heavy, heavy heart."
They witnessed the bizarre as well. For
example, before the hurricane, Tyson
Foods had $500,000 worth of frozen chick-
en in shipping containers waiting to be
sent to Russia. The chicken didn't get on
the ship before the hurricane, and, after
the hurricane, the containers ruptured, re-
sulting into square miles of frozen chick-
en hanging from trees.
They ate mealsprovided by the RedCross.
The command center served 18,000 meals
each day to civilians and relief workers.
"People tried to get up and give you a
table because they knew what you were
doing," said Watters.
At times the wait could be an hour and
one time the food ran out.
"We hiked to a buffet, waited two hours
to get food and had to stand to eat," he
said, not complaining but discussing it in
a factual way.
Accommodations for workers were wel-
come but far from luxurious. The area
they were working in hadjust gotten power
and running water back. Showers were
taken outside in a makeshift plywood stall
using a garden hose and ice-cold water.
"It was so hot outside with. massive hu-
midity that it wasn't bad," said Watters.
Up at 5 a.m., they worked each day
until dark.


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EVENTS
MEMBERS OF MARINE COMPANY
B (-) 4TH ASSAULT AMPHBIAN Bn.
The "Iron Gators" will hold a reunion dur-
ing the Marine Corps' Birthday Ball Nov.19.
Visit www.irongators.com/mcball.html or
call 542-1751.
SOUTHERN HEART GROUP &
LUTHERAN SOCIAL SERVICES will
send supplies to animal and human storm
victims in Louisiana and Mississippi. Drop
donations at the Dogpound Grill, 700
Blanding Blvd., on Mondays. Call 298-1553.
PATTERSON ELEMENTARY STU-
DENTS will sell turkey feathers to deter-
mine who the biggest turkey teachers are.
The student council family social dance will
be 5-7 p.m. and 7:30-9:30 p.m. Friday, Dec. 2.
THE ORANGE PARK WOMEN'S
CLUB will meet 10 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 3, at
130 Kingsley Ave. Guest speaker will be Mike
Mickey of Travel International.
THE CLAY COUNTY CHARTER
REVIEW COMMISSION will meet 7 p.m.
Thursday, Nov. 3, in the Tax Collector's
Meeting Room, Administration Building,
477 Houston Street, Green Cove Springs.
THE G ARDEN CLUB OF MIDDLE-
/BURG will meet 9:30 a.m. Fi ida\. Nov. 4, at
/2002 Palmetto Street
FIRST COAST DOULAS will host
Read for Bii LihOpen Housel p.m. Sat iirda.,
Nov. 5, at the Karpeles Manuscript Library
Museum,101 WestFirst Street. Call 389-3433.
THE NORTH FLORIDA/SOUTH
GEORGIA RESTLESS LEGS SYN-
DROME EDUCATIONAL SUPPORT
GROUP will meet 2-4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 5,
in the Mason Room, 2nd Flocr, Tower I,
Shands Hospital.Jacksonm ifle. Topic "The
Value of Medicine." Call 904-573-8686 or
visit www.rlsgroups.org/Jacksonville.
THE TWIN HILLS CIVIC CENTER
ASSOC, CRAFT SHOW will be 9 a.m.-3
p.m. Satiuda\. Nov. 5, at 6743 Waloma Driive,
Jacksonvil le. Call904-771-3977.
BECK CHRYSLER DODGEJEEP &
THE KLAASKIDS FOUNDATION will
host a free KlaasKids Prini-A-Thon to


promote and educate families about child
safety and fingerprint and photograph
children 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 5, at
their store in Palatka. Call 800-382-3692.
AN AARP DRIVER SAFETY CLASS
will hbe aug ht 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 5&
12, atSt. Catherine's Church, 1649 Kingsley
Avenue. A $10 registration fee will be re-
ceived on the first Saturday. Call 298-2766.
A PUBLIC MEETING to discuss the
new Manatee Protection Plan will be 1:30
p.m., Monday, Nov.7, in Conference Room
'A', Fourth Floor, Administration Building
in Green CoveSprings.
BUSINESS WOMEN FOR CHRIST
will hold its monthly luncheon 11:30 a.m.
Tuesday,No. 8, at Sarumoni's. Costis $11 at the
door. RSVP509-1128.All ladies are welcome!
THE BUDGET, FINANCE AND PER-
SONNEL COMMITTEE will meet 2:30
p.m.ThI.u %da\.No%. 10, in the BCC Meeting
Room, Administration Building, 477 Hous-
ton Street, Green Cove Springs.
THE TRANSPORTATION COM-
NMITTEE will meet lp.m. Wednesday, Nov.
9, in the Board of Clay County Commis-
sioners Meeting Room, 4th Floor, Clay
Count\ Adminisu atin Building.
THE REAL ESTATE GALLERY, 2569
Cotun Road 220,.Suite 201,willhostashow-
ing b\ the Orange Park Arts Guild 5-7 p.m.
Thursday. No:v. 11. Call(90 l4 276-99900I.
THESOUTHERN GENEALOGISTS
EXCHANGE SOCIETY will meet 10 am.
Saturday, Nov. 12. at its libr ary/headquar-
ters, 6215 Sauter neDr.,Jacksonville, Don
Berry will speak about "The First Real
Thanksgiviiig ini Anieic a-theHuguenots
at Fort Caroline." This will also be the an-
nual business meeting ith elecon of offi-
cers. \ isi hnrp: sgejax.uripod.comi or call
904-778-1000.
THE HISTORICALSOCIETY OF OR-
ANGE PARK will meet 6:30 p.m.. Monday ,
Nov. 14.at the Clarke House, 1047 Kingsley
A\e.. Karrie assie will make presentation
on the histoi \ of Cli.ibC ntinental."
THE JACKSONVILLE MUSIC
TEACH ERS ASSOCIATION will host a


multi-piano duet concert with 18 pianos
and 200 student participants 7:30 p.m. Sat-
urday, Nov: 19, at Lazarra Hall, Fine Arts
Center, University of North Florida, 4567 St.
Johns Bluff Rd. General admission $5 for
ages 5and up.
THE FIRST ANNUAL OUTDOOR
SPORTSMAN EXPO will be 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Saturday, Feb. 18, at the Clay County Agri-
cultural Fairgrounds. Call 386-328-8875.
CLAY COUNTY PUBLIC SAFETY
COMMITTEE will meet at 1 p.m. Thurs-
day, Nov. 10, in the County Administra-
tion Building, 477 Houston St., Green
Cove Springs.
RELIGION
HICKORY GROVE BAPTIST
CHURCH will have a Mission Celebration
10:55 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 13, at 310 South
Oakridge Ave. Call 24-ll3311.
ORANGE AVENUE BAPTIST
CHURCH will have a "Country Store" 9
a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, Nov.19. There will be
homemade items including crafts, Christ-
mas items and baked goods. All proceeds
will go towards purchasing textbooks and
materials for our English as a Second Lan--
guage Ministry that will begin inJanuary.
MIDDLEBURG UNITED
METHODIST CHURCH will host a pan-
cake supper 5:30-7:30 p.m. Friday, Nov.18, in
the Family Life Center. Cost is $5.
ST. LUKE'S CATHOLIC YOUTH
MINISTRY will hold a fall craft and rum-
mage sale 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 19. Call
282-0439 to rent a space.
MT. PLEASANT MISSIONARY
BAPTIST CHURCH will host its 6th
annual Fall Festival 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Nov. 5,-
at 1300 Martin Luther King, Jr. blvd:,
Green Cove Springs. Games, prizes,
homemade ice ci eari,.hotdogs, spaghet-
ti, fish, and chicken wings ii ill be a\ ail-
able. Callf284-9-431.
ST. CATHERINE'S 14TH ANNUAL
CR A FT-A-FAIRE will be 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
Saturday, Nov. 12, at 1649 Kingsle) Ave.
More than 60 crafters will be selling


handmade items, clothing,jewelry, holi-
day and quihing items.
THE. LAKEWOOD UNITED
METHODIST WOMEN will sponsor its
20th Annual Craft Extravaganza 9 a.m.-3
p.m. Saturday, Nov.12, with mone than 75 ire-
gional crafters participating. All proceeds
will benefit mission projects around the
world. The church islocated at 6133 SanJose
Boulevard, just south of 11 ni ersit\ Bolile-
vard West. Call 733-8477.
FLEMING ISLAND PRESBYTER-
IAN CHURCH is selling its keepsake ook-
book lconainin'18 ll local treipes for $15 at
1743 CR 220. All proceeds go toward the
building fund. Call 269-2412.

ONGOING EVENTS
THE ORANGE PARK WOMEN'S
CLUB'S THRIFT SHOP is open 10a.m.-1
p.m. every Wedneisda) and Saturday at 130
Kingsley Ave. Proceeds given as scholar-
ships to graduating high school seniors.
GRACE EPISCOPAL CHURCH will
offer its GriefShare Pi og im 6:30-8:30- p.m.
Nov. 8-Jan. 31at 245 Kingsley Avenue, Con-
ference Room B.A $25 fee for materials will
be imposed aid scholarships are a\ :ailable.
Call(904) 264-99S1.
THE FRIDAY NIGHT DANCECLUB
at the Orange Park Lion Club, 423 McIn-
tosh Ave. Ac ti e ad 111 s. m triedd or si ngle a ire
invited to attend. Snacks, set-ups. door
prizes and a smoke free atmosphere are
.there for the attendee. Non me mbers $8
members. Call:463-14449 -
SHEPHERD'S CENTER OF OR-
ANGE PARK will present Adventures in
Learning Mondays, Oct. 3-Nov. 21, at the
Family Life Center of the Ora nge Park
Lnited Methodist Church. Cost for thie
eight-week session is $20. Lunch follows
programs. Call 269-5315. '

Editors note: A llsubmissions to the Coin-
munity Calendar must be received by theFri-
day prior to publication and will be placed
on a space available basis. Emailsubmnis-
sions to Greg I alsh. guwa.,alsijcpgroup.com


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The 6th Annual "Score Against Violence" Golf Tournament
To Benefit Quigle) House
October 20. 2005 The Country Club of Orange Park.
We Wish to Thank All of Our Wonderful Sponsors and Donors
The Event Raised Over $15,100 to Help Support Quiglei House Programs
The Underwriters Group -Presenting Sponsor
Garber Auto NlUall Hole-In-One Sponsor
Julington Creek Yacht Sales Shootout Sponsor
International Bonding and Construction Services Beverage Cart Sponsor


Birdie Sponsors
ADT Security Services
Air-Max Heating
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BellSouth
C&C Powerline, Inc.
Clay Today
EWP Construction
SGar) N. Miller
Orange Park Medical Center
Pinewood
Presbyterian Church, PCA
SunTrust Bank .

Par Sponsors
FirLs Nanonai Bank

Closest to the Pin Sponsor
Bill Courtney Merrill Lynch

Longest Drive Sponsor
Advanced Insurance
Underwriters


Hole/Hazard Sponsors
Ash Tisdelle, Inc.
Dynamic Corporate
Solutions, Inc.
Ironstone Bank
Dr. 0. Lee Jeter and Family
Kindred Hospital North Florida
Momentum Trarisporla.i.r.n
USA, Inc. (Independent Agency
for Landstar Logistics, Inc.)

Donors
Affordable Framing
Auto Buffs Car Wash
Barks-A-Lot Pet Grooming
Beau Monde Salon
BIOFREEZE
(Performance Health, Inc.)
Cat Bowden
Clay County Sheriff's Office
Country Club of Orange Park
Culligan Water
Design Elements


Fast Frame
Florida Reps, Inc.
Gate Petroleum
DavidGates Golf
Ironstone Bank
Jacksonville Hair and Sp.,
J.C. Penney of Orange Park
Jacksonville Jaguars
Dr. Ronald Levin, DDS
Masterfit Golf, Ltd.
Mr. Speedy Car Wash
North Florida Off Road
Orange Park Medical Center
Outback Steakhouse
Outland Cigars & Cutlery
PGATour Producuon c
The Plaiter. Champ];naship
Rolling Sound
Starbucks Coffee
SunTrustBank
Viani Communications
Village Gallery and Framing
Edwin Watts Golf


Holiday Happenings


GREEN COV ESPR I NGSJR. HIGH
.started a special project to provide shoes
for students at junior highs or middle
school in thea re a destroyed bv Hurricane
Katrina. .
To participate, local residents should
purchase a new pair of shoes(thesame size
and ;\t le brand \oui child wears.) Stu-
dents may write a letter to the child who
will receive the shoes, but only include
their first name.
All items are to be placed in the shoe-
box before it arrives at the school. Collec-
tions last until Dec. 1. -
Call(904) 529-2140 for more information.

CHARLES E. BENNETT ELEMEN-
TARY will present "A Christmas Carol" on
Dec. 8-9. Tickets may be purchased
through the PFA. For more information,
call the school at (904) 529-2126.

THE ORANGE PARK MALL will be
hosting several holiday events. Santa will.


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and photos can be taken withJolly Ole' St.
Nick through December. Simon Day of
G iving w ill be Nov. 20. Simon Kidgits Hol-
ida\ Celebration will take place 8:30-10:30
a.m. Dec. 3. For more information, visit
www.simon.com.

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS HIGH
SCHOOL will host "An Evening of the
Arts" 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 3, in the
school's cafeteria after the Keystone
Heights Christmas Parade. It includes a
student art exhibit, one-act play, dance
performance, music and singing.
Email rallen@mail.clay.kl2.fl.us or
call (352)473-1441.

GREEN COVE SPRINGSJUNIOR
HIGH'S Choral Department will hold its
annual Holiday Concert at 7:30 p.m. Friday,
Dec. 9,in the cafetorium. The eventisfree
and open to the public. Call (904) 529-2140
ext. 2312.

A HOLIDAY CRAFT FAIR will take
place 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 5, at
Spencer's Farm. Proceeds benefit teens &
tots.Call.(904) 291-3852.

Editors note:.41 I s bmisn sions to the Holiday
Happenings mn ust be recei 'ed by the Friday
prior to publication and will be placed on a
space available basis. Emailsubmissions to Tr-
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November 3. 2005 CLAYTQDAY.BIZ Section A-31


ARRESTS from page A-27


Gilliam,Joseph 37: battery on leo, disor-
derly intoxication
Givens,James 25: driving while license is
suspended or revoked, resisting without vi-
olence
Griffin, Timothy 22: indirect criminal
contempt
Griffin, William 26: disorderly violation,
resisting officer without violence
Grimes, Nancy 35: no valid drivers license
Harold, Anita 46: indirect criminal con-
tempt
Hartley, Latoya 25: grand theft
Hawk, Daniel 47: dui with penalties
Henley, Leonard 35: domestic battery
Henslee, Adam 21: dui
Herron,Jay 27: retailtheft
Hewett, William 40: poss of crack cocaine
Hohnstein,Gregory37:worthlesschecksx2
Hopkins, Pamela 39: uttering
Hopkins, Pamela 39: uttering altered
checks, conspiracy to uttering x2, uttering
forged checks
Hughes, Melissa 37: domestic battery
Ingram, Maurice 23: poss of marijuana
Ingram, Michael 25: false imprisonment,
battery
Jenkins, Anthony 40: violation of proba-
tion for community control
Jenkins, Bobby 29: contempt of court*
Jimenez, Eliseo 20: no drivers license.
Jonesjonathan 23: conspiracy todistribute
Juarez, Armando 25: dui with penalties,
no valid driver's license
Kelley, Lanar 21: armed robbery, aggra-
vated assault, battery
Kelly, Carletha 44: retail theft
Kersey, Pamela 22: driving while license
is suspended or revoked
Killough, Marvin 18: simple battery
King, Rebecca24: domestic battery
Kirby, Robert 49: dui
Lockwood,Jeffery 37: driving while li-
cense is suspended or revoked
LukeJr,Jerry 22: driving while license is
suspended or revoked
Lyon. Anthony 22: driving while license
is suspended or revoked
Major, Tennille 27: poss of crack cocaine
Malson, Vanessa 33: writ of bodily at-
tachment
Marshal, Prescott 25: knowingly driving
while license is suspended or revoked
McLee, Carlotta 19: petit theft
Mendez, Iveliz 26:knowingly driving
while license is suspended or revoked
Merritt, Christopher 31: dui
Miner, Douglas 38: controlled substance
of pills, drug paraphernalia, knowingly
driving while license is suspended or re-t
voked


Moody, Adam 27: driving while license is
suspended or revoked
Moore, Charlie 29: controlled substance
sale and delivery
Nava, Alvaro Ernesto 24: driving while li-
'cense is suspended or revoked
Nelson,Jonathan 20: grand theft
Odom, Lonnie 44: driving while license
is suspended or revoked
Padgett, Christopher 27: driving while li-
cense suspended or revoked, criminal use of
id, tampering with evidence, criminal mis-
chief, poss of paraphernalia
Paquetie, Shane 27: driving while license.
is suspended or revoked
Parker, William 45: worthless check
Parrott, Cindy 27:dui
Pearl, Michael 29: indirect criminal con-
tempt
Peters, Alton 37: battery
Phillips, Alonzo 19: sale/delivery of
crack cocaine, poss of marijuana,
Prince, Phoebe 27: worthless check x3
Rapoza, Brian 22: dui, poss of marijuana
less than 20 grams
Reedy, Thomas 39: dui
Reynolds, David 52: indirect criminal
contempt of court
Rogers, Bruce 51: aggravated assault
Rogers, Bruce 51: dui
Roley,John 50: dui
Roman, Rick 51: dui
Root, Thomas 30: driving while license is
suspended or revoked
Royal, Michael 23: petit theft
Scott,David26:utteringforgedinstrumnent
Scriven, John 40: drinking alcohol or
poss of open container in public
Sellers,Jessica 19: shoplifting
Sharp, Victoria 37: worthless
check/draft/debit card make
Sheppard, Phillip 27: worthless check
Simcox, Timothy 43: worthless checks x5
Skinner, Dena 22: contempt of court for,
child support
Smith, Christopher 28: trafficking am-
phetamines
Spankle,Justin 18: battery on leo
Swearingen, Daniel 38: dui
Tarrant,Jerry. 5:driii
Ten filo. P n iini ,32: criminal contempt,
criminal mischiefresisting officer without
violence
Terrero, Luis 30: dui
Thomas, Quovadis 24: scheme to de-
fraud, uttering forged check
Thompson, Mark 32: domestic aggravat-
ed assault
Thompson, Tracy 27: attached tag not as-
signed
Toney, James 33: sale/delivery of con-
ti rolled substancesle 'delivery of crack co-
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Convenient Drive Thru $1.77/pack .
$15.88/carton ,
-., 1-Iqs. U4,..Mon,-Sat 10Oam 2am Sun 2pm Midnight ci..m-s4


Turner, Deann 35: warrant
Turner, Latanya 31: contempt of court
Turner, Marquis 24: contempt of court
Turpak, Rachel 27:battery~resisting with-
out violence
Urban, David 34: warrant-extradition
Walkez, Sanford 25: poss of crack co-
caine, carrying a concealed weapon
Walters, Mitchell, 18: dui -
Walther, Michael 37: aggravated child
abuse, aggravated battery on a pregnant.
victim
. Ward, Shane 26: violation of injunction
for protection against domestic violence
Ware,Michaell9-possofconcealedfirearnm,
poss of crack cocaine,poss of marijuana
Warfield, Reginald 48: engaging in


contractor business without certification
Watford, William 28: contempt of court
forno valid drivers license
Weider, Lisa 38: nuisance dog
Wieneke,Dallas36:failuretoappearonbail,
driving while license is suspended of revoked
Williams, Kalvin 20: poss of cocaine
Williams, Kemnneth 24:attached tag unas-
signed to vehicle
Williams, Laquandra 18: poss of new leg-
end drug
i\\ Ilisi.tr Z:lachael lS 1 : LoniitenmIt of
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contempt
Wood, Russell 21: poss of alcohol under 21
Ynez.Juan 23: no valid driver's license


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DYE-CLAY FAMILY YMCA 10 AM -2 -PM
BARCO-NEWTON FAMILY YMCA 3-6 PM


SDye-Clay Family YMCA
.. On Moody Road invites you to
:. enjoy the following:.
Honey Baked Ham Petting Zoo
* Sports Challenge (from Space Works of Orange Park)
* Face Painting *-Pony Rides Maggie Moos Ice Cream
Arts and Crafts Shake's Frozen Custard Crispers
272-4304 3322 Moody Road


Barco-Newton Family YMCA
In Fleming Island wants you to stop by and
enjoy a day of fun!
Hippo Bouncy House
Face Painting
Crafts DJ
STurkey Shoot
Fun, Games and Food for all!!
278-9622
2075 Town Center Blvd.

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Section A-31


November 3, 2005


CLAYTQDAY.BIZ


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THRASHER-HORNE CENTER FOR THE ARTS
at
St. Johns River Community College




.. )- Grammy Award Winner
5b JUICE NEWTON

STHE AMERICAN GIRL TOUR

Hear QUEEN OF HEARTS,
ii SWEETEST THING,
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Friday, November 4, 2005
7:30 PM
E .A. i..w Tickets $38.00, $32.00 & $27.00
LTickets On Sale Now
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1ay oday RECORDER

Donna Wi&in9ger
Flutist Donna Wissinger invites audiences into the wonderful world of imagination and insight
by combining music and art by Winslow Homer, John Stuart Curry Mary Cassaft and Robert
Henri to engage ears, eyes and heart.
Tuesday, November 22, 2005, 7:30 PM
Tickets $12.00 l80
Call the Box Office (904)276-6750
Order online at www.thcenter.org
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR TONY WALSH
THRASHER-HORNE CENTER FOR THE ARTS
283 College Drive* Orange Park
FREE PARKING


November 37 2005


CLAYTODAYBIZ


Section A-32






iWrill the St Johns Lady
Spartans have enough
firepower to defend
-4their state title? Are
the Ridgeview Lady
Panthers the strongest
team in the county or
is it the Fleming Island
Lady Eagles? See our
soccer preview on
Page 8.


NOVEMBER 3-NOVEMBER 9.2005 EDITION.


A PS.U CLASSIFIED PA

NEWSPAPER LISTINGS 13


CLAY COUNTY'S #1 /EMPLOYMENT /PRIVATE PARTY
M A R K E T P A C E /SERVICE GUIDE /GARAGE SALES






Sorts .


Section B of three sections VOL. 35


Youth Basketball for Boys & Girls ages 4-17
L +,LAST WEEK TO REGISTER!! "it
Season: January 6th-February 25th. MNEED VOLUNTEER COACHES!!!
*@ 2 Locations to play: Dye-Clay Family YMCA (Orange Park) 272-4304 ages 4-17
YMCA Barco-Hewton Family YMCA (Fleming Island) 278-9622 ages 4-11 YMCA


Ridgeview Panthers are playoff bound


By Vance McCullough, Correspondent
ORANGE PARK -"They're the all-time
-\ imn ingestI piot "i. n in this ta le'- hito-
Iv." said Ridge'\ie hev ad coaci Tom
Macpheti 'on of the i C-olumbia Tigei s %% hi
c.ame topi.1\ inaImatcih up than1t -ouhldde-


added Macpherson.
What the Panthers did was come in
and. dominate the Tigers 23-7, holding
them to 145 yards of total offense, record
six sacks; forces 5 fumbles (2 recovered)
and turn an interception into the final
touchdown of the night.


ST\FF PHOTOS BN HORACE DA%.IS
Ridgeview quarterback Joe Everett (5) searches for an opening on his 1-yard touch-
down run to put the game out of reach. -


termine which team would make the
playoffs as the d it tr ic t 5-4 A runner-up,
and which team would only play 10
games this season. .
"This is a big win for this program,
we've only been around seven years and
to take out Columbia with the storied his-
tory they have, it says a lot about this
group of kids a nd what we've tried to do",



EI Milaill:


"Defensively it was unbelievable, our
offense typically makes plays but tonight
it was the defense, the\ c rIe- huge. If the
defense doesn't play they way they did
then we are not in this game", added
Macpherson.
Both teams entered the game coming
off a district loss to Tim Tebow and the
Nease Panthers, Ridgeview was dominat-


The celebration began for coach Macpherson and the Panthers soon after the 23-7
defeat of Columbia.' .


ed by Nease losing 49-0 and Columlbia.
fell behind 21-0 in the first quar tt .and
lost 49-27, so how would both teams ir'-
spond to that loss?
"It definitely was a concern bi 1ui lIese
kids have responded all season lohin s I
did not expect anything less". said
Macpherson.
Columbia head coach Dann (i Gren
said, "We fell behind eai 1 against Nease
]Lbut LlourdefenseI lespondeI d ani d Ik ,pit u11 i
the game so I was proud of that. but
l tonight 'e justgot bet tb a ti\e\ confti-
deln team".
It ,a:s a slo\\ betLini ini, f'oi the Pan-
the .and ilie tiildoltI whI th[lie Ti',rs
arte almond the most iepertLetd ppto-
nents in this region and wh\ th\l
hai\'t i missed lthe playoffs in tel\e
\eall until noW.
Soilhnmbiria' R an Jackson intend -epted
an Everett pass attempt on the f first pla\
iofri: sr i i nage and the Tigierst oko e c
in Panther territory.
Ridgeview's John Lake and Sain
Collins led the defense in solid ril stop-
page early, but on third and ten. Col u im-
bia quarterback Lewis Sharp found
Blaize Neeley open on the right-side
hash marks. A measurement r c:ealed
that the Tigers had gained a fiist don ii
by the nose of the ball deep into
Ridgeview territory.
Running back Rene Perry capped (ift
the drive by powering off-tackle into the
end zone to give Columbia the 7-I I lead
before three minutes had ticked from thie
clock and it looked as though tIe Pan -
thers were in for an old-fashionv. hiippi g
at the hands of the infamous Tiger t r min
Lake City.
Ridgeview Would again take posses-
sion in the heart of their territory.
Aaron Kuchinka ran like a freight train
(as he would do all night) for 8 yards.
The passing game was not yet on track,
though, and the Panthers punted it
back to the Tigers who were, at that
point; winning the field position battle,
as well as the offensive and defensive
phases of the game.
Cory Donaldson followed a strong push
from the Tigers' offensive line, gaining
some traction, but the Panther defense
swarmed the backfield and tackledJacquez
Maconifor a big loss, forcing a punt. And so
it nI t fit i a while The two teams sparred
for field position. Columbia's Donaldson
and Macon ran well enough to move the
chains consistently, joined occasionally by
teammate, Willie Collins.
The Panthers' Brett Troutman and
Zack McGee got excellent penetration
and blew' up a couple of runs before
thdie began. Lake andJohnPittman com-
S.. PANTHERS co'iiihiMd on page B-3


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Section B-2


CLAYTODAY.BIZ


November 3, 2005


Elks hosting hoop shoot contest
Lodge #2605 is holding registration
for boys and girls ages 8 to 13 in an indi-
vidual free throw shooting contest.
Interested participants should register
at 5920 Collins RD. on Saturday, Novem-
ber 12 from 10am to 2pm and Sunday
12pm to 3pm.
There is no cost to participate and the
contest will be held on Sunday, Novem-
ber 20 at Orange Park Junior High at,
12:30pm..
Trophies will be awarded for 1st, 2nd
and 3rd place finishers. For more infor-
mation call Dan Musielak 269-2085.


SPORTS BRIEFS


and possible )June.
Players cannot turn 13 before May 1,
2006; Previous travel ball experience is
*preferred. For more information call
(904)759-6016.

NFL Flag Football opens reg.
Winter Leagues are forming for NFL
Flag Football 2006 at Orange Park's Clay
County Soccer Club in Eagle Harbor for
kid's ages 6-14.
' The deadline to register is December
10th. For more information, locations, dates,
and to register, visit www.i9sports.com or call
(904) 992-4263.


OP team seeks baseball players Wrestling Club to host tourney
Orange Park 12-year-old Boys Baseball Green Cove Springs Wrestling Club is
Travel Team is currently seeking players hosting their 7th AnnualFall Open on Sat-
for tryouts. Practices will start in De- urday, November 5 at Clay High School.
cember and season will last through May The event will be co-hosted by the


Li i\cesil) of Florida \\'iestling Team
and-will have the ever-popular (b) Fresh
Meat division for freshmen and junior
varsity level ie tilei Coaches will also
compete for the (b) Tough Coach Award
and prizes (there will. be no entry fee for
coaches whINbrint I r i estilc s'). Weigh-ins
, ill take place ft (:im Sam-9: 30 a.m. with
ac li n(ic sta iing IAt in:15 a.m. the wrestling
tourney will start at 10:30 a.m. Co(t is i 12
per wrestler and no card is required. In
addition $1 frorri each entry will go to,
the "Turtle" Wendell Scholarship fund.
Age groups will consist of elementary
wrestlers who will be pooled by age and
weight, middle: school, freshman (9th
graders and other JV- level 1lst, year
wrestlei s'il high L1111ol (10-12th graders)
and a open d-i\ isIuo/i post high school)
For more information, contact Amy Er-
ickson- at (904) -382-6543 or,


la\ Ih25imon', ivahoo.c,om

Youth basketball reg. at YMCA
The NMCA iCs accept inig \o,)ith basket-
ball i eg is ai ion tfo bo\ sand girll ages 4-
I11 it the Batico-Ne\,ton Faiil\ YMICA
aind 14-1at the Dve-Cla Faniih \YMCA.
Registrationis on-going and ends on
November 10. For more information con-
tact the YM NICA( at 272'-4304.

Bel-Med registration
BMAA isholding registration 6-8 p.m.
Tuesday and Th ursdaI s and 10 a.m.-
2p.n. Sat iLrdai s foi T-Ball ($60), baseball
(i5':'i. softball l $85i. sr. baseball ($115i.
cheerleading ($200), foo ,ill i.$- I 13) In
addition fi.6r the 2H I")-football season,
BMAA will offer "Tiny N I ies" footballfor
children a.4cs5 and 6 Fo ,r mlIe in:i i nma-
tion call 2 4i--191i.


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Bobby Baker
671 Decoy Rd.
284-5223 .
DEFENDER'S MINISTRY
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FAMTH B.PTIST TEMPLE
Re% Hinri Bae.
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FIRST AFRICAN BA.LST CHURCH
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FIRSI B.PIIST CHURCH
615 Walnut St.
284-9231
Pastor Anselmo Castano
FIRST HAITIAN CHURCH
14 -l. .11 1 ,1

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Rev. Robert L. Wright
4 1300 MLK Blvd. -
284-9431
NI.M ZION ..M E CHURCH
v0.4'Sij .T...I.. ..
ONE VETERANS CRUSADE FOR CHRIST
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RUSSELL BAPTIST
.2299 Sandridge Rd., GCS
Lake Asbury 284-3951 -
S:15 am 11 00am & 6:00 pm Sunday Service
ST. JOSEPH BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. Embrv Bradley
PO 8.:., H-- 2 ,-
ST. MARGARET'S EPISCOPAL
Father Ken Herzog
Old Church Rd.,Hibemia .
284-3030

ST. MARY'S EPISCOPAL
,Rev. Chris Martin .
-400 St. Johns Ave. .
284-5434
SHARON SOUTHERN BAPTIST CHURCH
5584 Sharon Rd.
284-0046.


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Deacon Bruce Butler
P.O. Box 534
BEULAH BAPTIST
Rev. Wescoat Holloway
4579 SR-21
Sun. Sch. 9:45a.m.Church 11:00 anm.
529-9530
SHILOH BAPTIST CHURCH


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42 "
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I~': HT 17 S.

SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH
David Swinyer, Pastor
I', Ii 17S.

FLEMING ISLAND
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
SDr. Jim Weldon Jr., Pastor


KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
CHRIST EVANGELICAL
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8 11 h.n. Hr P. R ,J,, 1'1 I.i,
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8:15& 11:00 Traditional
9:30 Contemporary .
352-473-3829 ..
MIDDLEBlUG
ABUNDANT LIFE
CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP
Pastor ScottuBecker
5040CR 2181W.
282-3060 .
Sunday Worship 11am & 6pm
Sunday School 9:45am
Wed. 7:30pm
APOSTOLIC LIGHTHOUSE
OFMIDDLEBURG
Pastor M. David Goodman
.4182.CR 218 Suite 6 .. ,


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Charles McGuckin
1651 Russell Rd.
Comer of CR 220 & 209.
Sun. School 10:00 a.m.


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Pastor Edward L. Weinberg

Everelt Avenue,


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Ron Stephans
S'lI *, .. 114l -f :: .1
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4459 U.S. Hwy. 17"S.
BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH
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4 159 .S. Hwy,. 17 S. .



BIBLE BELIEVERS
Christian Fellowship
Pastor Curtis A.Beckeles Sr.
2106 Park Avenue
269- 2423 .


KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST CHURCH U- IICKMAN BRIDGE
DanHughest Pastor HUUNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST SOCIETY
6289 Mary DotLane ht-P://wwwvbbvtlls.org
Starke, FL32091 : P. Bo r844 32 -
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,, i 7 p.m 276- 739
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LItI NG TrERS OF % DDLE BURG, Pastor Lamar Jacks
an. 5118 CountyRoad 218 West
291-704 CLARUN1TEDMEHODISTiCHURCH-
IMADEIRA BLPTIST i'l .J,,,, .i
r,-ll Blat, -, l,,J!.i ,. ,- t .t . "2724 210 .
CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH
LA\\IlL[E ASS[EMIBL1 OFGOD '9420ak Lane
IF., Lrit,, .I .hr, Pastor Johnny Thomas 276-9099
.41 i., ,Ii 1)-9727 CHRISTIAN FAITH CENTER
...MIDDLEBURG CHURCH OF GOD 922B Landing Blvd.
." 2728 Howard Rd. .. rt IA MhJ M.'.,ILM'it t ii ,.-
URCH 282-2957 130
MiIDDL EBURG PRESBYTERRIAN
.:, lat t.ri. lj,.,, CHRISTIANLIFE CENTER
4t, R. ..4:,a,, Si Meets Sunday at 2:00 at Wilson Inn on
"2.1.,: in 'Collins Road
MIIDDLEBULRG LNTtD MIEHODIrs FAITH COMMUNITY) CHURCH OF GOD
URf 'H 3825 MainSt. J \ D ,.,r, P.1,
C 282-5589 264-7540
MORNINGSTAR FAMILY CHURCH. P
Pastor Tom Croft FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
3900 Main st. OF ORANGE PARK -
282-3393 David Tarkington, Pastor
NEW INDEPENDENT CHURCH OF GOD 1140 Kingsley Ave,
4360 Longmire Rd.. 264-2351
OAK GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH FIRST CHRISTIAN
Rev. Delton Kilpatrick CHURCHOFORANGEPARK
CR 215, Middle'burg Dr. Bob Bole, Pastor
282-2984. 2876 Moody Rd.
272-1250
SALVAI1ONARAf '
C279iR22n11I GOODSAMARITANEPISCOPALCHURCH
276-6677 i 1146 Blanding-BlIvd.
272-3111
-SOUTH MIDDLEBURGBATIST CHURCH GRCE EPISCOPAL CHURC
Calvin Childers; Pastor GRACE EPISCOPAL CHURCH
4565AIligatorBlvd ... ,. Rev Samuel C. Pascoe -
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L I'LNiG H\ORD tO- MMlUNIT CHURCH

Pastor Eric Jaffe
www.lwcconline.org .
lo0.SEH_\EN CHAPEL

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ORANGE PARK UNITED
METHODIST CHURCH
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'I 11:00
152 Slowe Avec.
264-2241
ORANGE PARK ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Allan Wiins, Pastor .
Services 1:30 a.m. & 6 p.m.
,1324 Kingsley Ave.
264-5961 .
ORANGE PARK CHURCH
OF THE NAZARENE
3212 Moody Rd.
269-5623
'ORANGE COVE SEVENTH-DAY
ADVENTIST CHURCH
Dave Swinyar, Pastor
269-2607

ORANGE PARK PRESBYTERIAN
Rev. Tim'Roberts-
Sunday School 9:30a.m and I1 l:00am
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November 3, 2005

PANTHERS from page B-1
bined to give good support against the
Tigers' relentless running game.
When the Tigers did drop back to
throw, Collins sacked Sharp, then Kevin
Dubose shut them down on third and
long to bring about a Tiger punt.
The Panthers'defense was baskingin
the glow of the stadium lights, but with
6:30 to go until halftime, the offense de-
cided it was time to shine as well.
Everett completed a pass toJerrod
Longmire for a first down on the Tiger
side of the 50-yard line. The Panthers
got help from the Tigers in the form of
a pass interference penalty. Then Long-
mire picked up 27 yards on a reverse and
Everett put the Panthers on the board
with a 2-yard keeperbut the Panthers
still trailed by a point as the PAT was
missed (to the disbelief of many in the.
home crowd).. ,
The Ridgeview defense continued to
play tough and forced the Tigers to punt
and it was a beauty placing the ball in-
side the-9-yard line.
Now deep in their end of the field
again, Everett scrambled for 20 yards,
followed by a swing pass to Longmire
who ran it out to midfield, giving the
Panthers another first down. A penalty
on Ridgeview and a pair of incomplete
passes including an attempted throw-
back from Longmire to Everett meant
the Panthers would punt just before the


Keystone


qualifies


for playoffs

By Horace Davis, Staff
hdavis@jcpgroup.com

JACKSONVILLE -Just a few weeks ago
things, looked bleak for the Keystone*
Heights Indians, they had just lost 6-3 in a
nail bitter to district 3-2A rival the Brad-
ford Tornadoes on a last second field goal
that was blocked bN Nick Salsber\ but re-
Rnimed for a touchdown in abizarre turn of
events.
The loss left Ke stone with a l-2district
record and the\ trailed \'Vest Nassau and
Bradfoi rd for the seconded s be hind Bolles
for the final playoff spot in thedi-strict.
However, in another bizarre twist of
events Keistone' tort iUnes were changed
\\hen West Nassau'L district win o\er In-
terlachen was turned into a 1-0 forfeit
loss because of a n ineligible player who
had been previciush ejected b an offi-
cial retu ned to thaO t sale game and %\as
caught on tape thus nulli\ ing W\est Nas-
sau's win.
"We can't control what happens in
other games we justhave to take care of,
our business and see idhat happens", said
' Ke stone coach Ch tick Dickinson.
Keystone took care of their end of the
bargain with a 19-3 % in over the Ribatilt
Trojans Friday, October 28 as running
back Greg Taylor caught a 6-yard touch-
down pass from Blake Lott and heclosed
Sthe scoring with a 13-yard fourth quarter
Srun that was sandwiched between two
Michael McLeod field goals to seal the win.
The Indians fortunes got even better
when Bradford lost to West Nassau 34-30 to
clinch the playoff berth for Keystone who
had not seen the post-season since 1998.
S "TThis is a great ending to the season
for these kids, they've worked hard all
year and after that Bradford lost they
could have easily folded the tents and
packed it in. Btut they stayed with it and
things turned outt ell", addedDickinson.
.T he 6-3 3-2) Indiahns.will now close
the regular season when they host
Hawthorne tomorrb v night on home-
coming, they then will prepare for their
playoff game at South Sumter Higlh
School on Noveniber 11.


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end of the half.
In the third quarter the Panther de-
fense came outrock solid again and on the
Tigers second possession of the half,
Ridgeview forced afumble and the Pan-
thers took over a mere 14 yards from the
goalline.
Kuchinka ranfrom the "Power I" for-
Smation behind determined blocking
from ris line. including tight end,Evan
Nadeau. The Tigers stacked the middle
of the field with defenders to stop the
run and foi ced tlie Panthers to settle on
a 22-yard field goal by David Hon. But
now Ridgeview had the lead at 9-7 mid-
way through the third quarter.
The Panther defense continued their
relentless pursuit of the Tigers, they'
forced and recovered another fumble -
this time handing the offense the ball at
the Tiger 41-yard line.
Everett and the offense went to work
Sinunediatel. he connected u ith David


Silver for .i minich-ne--leded 20-pls \j rl
on tii d d n. A ti er .Ai n Iotli-r fusit dic 1 n
by Kuchinka, Everett kept the ball and
ran for another touchdown and the Pan-
thers had opened up a 16-7 lead.
Now the Panthers had the lead and
the confidence exuded on the side-
lines as well as the field. The defense
continued to pursue, sideline to side-
line. The Tigers were now without
their feature back Macon who had left
the game with a knee-injuri :and,
Ridge% ice\ smelled victory.
After both teams exchanged fum-
bles, Columbia had the ball at the
Ridgeview 17- yard line, before Lake
recorded another sack, followed by a
fourth down incompletion.
With less than 4:00 to play and time
running out on the Tigers. the\ faced a
fourth-and-15 from their 20-.ard line.
The pass attempt was... intercepted
by Everett who ran it down to the 1-\ arid


Section B-3
line. FOu'i i pci s l:tuc-rheran totheright
andfoundanopei line to tlhe eid zone
to give the Panther) the 23-7 lead and
the ticket to the playoffs.:
Columbia head coach Danny Green
said, "Ridgeview was very physical, I saw
them earlier in the year and could not
believe how physical the)\ ere, but I
know now that the\ .-I e that phivical".
Ridgeview now has one more re' u -
uiri ,eason g.ime left t0moi:rrow night
against St. Augustine be fore moving on
the pLaoftfs on No~iember 11 at
Gainesville Eastside.
But they will have this victory to
savor, after allowing Columbia a touch-
down with 9:02 left in the first quarter
the Ridgeview defense decided to allow
no more Tiger points and the offense
found it's grove, putting up 23 unan-
swered points on one of the most solid
high school football programs in the
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Blue Devils post shutout win in season finale'


By Horace Davis. Staff
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GREEN COVE SPRINGS It was senior
night on Fi ida\. October 28 for lthe Cla-i
Blue De\ ils and tilhe posted a 41-0 win
over the lMenendez Falcons to end the
season at 5-5. this followed a disappoint-
ing 27-21 last minute loss against Palatka
that knocked them out of post-season
contention.
Senior quarterback Dainon Pifer pla\ -
ing in his final high school game ended


his season with. 2 touchdown, n passes and I
itinning rouchdo\\ n toclose a career as.a
three-Nea starter and the first not plain -
ing il the postt-eason.
Pilfe opened the scoring for the Blue
De\ ils with a 1-\ard touchdown pass in
tihe left corner of the end zone to recei\ -
er Jake Dunrning, the pair hooked up
again in the second quarter with a 68-
\ at db omb to gi\ e Cla\ an cail l14-0 lead
before half iime.
Kicke Eric Buchanan followed with a
29-Naid field goal before halftime and


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i'::' ." *withia25-\ard kick and die atckdstopa\ dirt and Pifer added his 46-
Blue Del ils enjoyed a 20- \aI d si aimble folli,\ed b a 2- aid run b
The Green Cove and Lake Asbury Junior High bands joined the Clay band during the halftime leadagaisbtdlhel-9Falios. senior riinning back Gat i Battle toclose
festivities. -Jnior running back the scoring for the night.


Middlebur g falls to Tebow-less Nease


By Tonya Davie. Correspondent ..

PONTE ATDRA WTien head coach Rob
Justino and hi-; Middleburg Broncos
looked at the schedule for Friday, October
2S dihe' kne w it would be a tall task.as daieh
had to na\ el to Ponte \ia o face die 5-4 A
District Champions in thdie Nease Pandiers..
"Weknewirt would be a toiigh lask. dthe
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caught a break when the highly touted
Neasequar teriback T i Tebho sa out dithe
game w ih a sprained ankle suffered in
last week's game. So the mantle '%as
pissed to Tebowh's bac ku p, sophoimoi re
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Well it turned out that Staihitas did lis
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cos "i) i inning for 1 4 ouchdoi-ns and
passing for 2 in the Nease 70-21 victory
over the Broncos. ..
.As iths been foi most opponents of
the Panthers this-year, they got.up early
and coiaste-d the rest of the na\.
On their fitst poss:eion riunting back
Daunte Owens sprinited 5- aids past the


Bi oncodefeiise for dieio[peunng toi ichdown.
After a Bronco punt, things began to
look better fori Middleb[irg when Jelmar
Andeison intercepted a pass and re-
turned it to the Nease 19-\aid line. But
that momtientum nI as lost when tour pla
later, ith a 4th do\ i and 16 \ yards to go.
Middleburg could not advance and
N,:as: took over.on downs.
Stachlias then marched Nease down
the field and capped off the drive with a
13-Nard strike to R\ an Ellisto give Nease
ihe eai h 14-il lead.
However, the Broncos battled back
Shen A-ndeit on streaked past thePanthier
deft-ense foi an 80- arid run on .1 quai tet -
back keeper .t(A.nderson had 2 Ltot iithdow n


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14-6 after the PAT was blocked.
It looked liked this would bea game
after all but Nease dispelled that notion
when they scored five straight touch-
downs over the next fifteen minutes to
open a 49-6 lead before halftime.
Middleburg's Anderson ended the
touchdown run of Nease when he took an-
other keeper 80-saids before die half ended
and EgritsJefferson ran in the two-point
conversion to end the half trailing 49-14.
The Broncos added their final score
of the-night when Trae Stephenson'
plunged.2-yards for his first touchdown
of the season to end the scoring at 70-21.
The 4-5 Broncos will try to end their
season at .500 when they host West Nas-
i sau tomorrow night on homecoming. .


Raiders get -


first district -


win, beat


Parker 233-179*
By Horace Davis, Staff
---

J ACKSONVILLE-The 4-5 Orange Park
Raiders used two short runs by senior
running back Terrence Pollack to get
their first district 2-5A win when they
nipped the Terir Parker Braves 23-19 on
TIhursda. ()ctober 27.
The Raiders entered the game with a
hauntedd ruiiiiingii attack that features
Pollack,junior Brian Sumlar and sopho-
niore Marc us Pulliam. But on this night it
woulTd be Pol lack who got the lion share
of work, he carried the ball 25 times for a
total of 173 including l and 7-yard touch-
down runs, the second gave the Raiders a
23-13 lead in the fourth quarter to seal
the victory.
Sumlar added 74-yards on 13 carries
and opened the scoring with a 4-yard
first quarter run to give Orange Park the
lead at 7-0. .
Although the Raiders have gained
many yards on the ground throughout
the season, their defense has given up
just as many arid the trend held true on
this night too as the Braves gained 333-
yards on the ground but the difference
was Orange Park's defense stiffened
when it counted and kept Terry Parker
out of the end zone for the most part.
With less than two minutes left in the
game and Orange Park holding on to a
four-point lead, defensive back Terry
Young stepped up to stop Braves run-
ning back Carlton Johnson on fourth
and one from the 4-yard line to end the
threat and seal the win for the Raiders.
Raider linebacker Stephen Cutler
added two tackles for losses and Ed
Doughty andJon Garcia each had sacks
for the Raider defense.
Orange Park now has a chance to end
their season with a 5-5 mark if they can
go into Fleming Island tomorrow night
and win the county rival game against
the Golden Eagles. .


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Ridgeview boys capture district title


By TL Cochran, Correspondent

ORANGE PARK The Ridgeview Boys
Cross Country team came into the dis-
trict 2-3A tournament as the favorites
and they showed why when they edged
Wolfson for the win and district title on
Saturday, October 29 at Ridgeview.
"Overall it was a very good race, the
course was dry so it made for a fast race,
we have plenty of veteran runners on
the team", said cross-country coach Al-
bert Nesi.
Ridgeview's Evan Clay who finished
third in the 5k run said, "that kid from
Lee that won (Jonathan Esteban), was
phenomenal. He came out of nowhere
arid took over in the second mile, he was
flying, it was the strongest performance
I've seen in a while"'.
Along with Ridgeview, Fleming Island
and Middleburg will advance to the re-
gional that will be held this Saturday
again at Ridgeview.
Fleming Islandboy's coach Greg Hen-
derson talked about his teams finish, "We
expected to be strong but we were sur-
prised a little by Wolfson. They ran well
and we didn't run as well as wecould have.
But we'll be back next week it will be fun".
Nease notched a one-two finish by
Stephanie Bray and Brigid Bryne to win
the girls district title by ten points over
Flemihg Island.
"My girls did real well,we were all pret-
ty even and most had personal records
today, we also had four runners in the top
15", said Fleming Island coach Jennifer
Hollingsworth.
Camilla Christensen was the top run-
ner for the Lady Eagles finishing in
fourth just ahead of Ridgeview's Heather
Lundin in fifth.
'The girls area littler younger than my
boy's" said Ridgeview coach Nesi. Howev-
er, they ran very good and Heather
Liu ndin,Danii Judd. Kaitlin Yaracson, all
had personal records tioda\. wre'ie peerkiin
at the r ight lime", he added.
The Ridgeview and Fleming Island
girls' also advanced to the regional next
week, while the Columbia Tigers edged
out Middleburg,
In Region 1A action The St Johns
Country Day boy's and girl's teams ad-
vanced to the Regional tournament that
will be held in Tallahassee on Saturday.
Led by Chris Holstein's 16:12 finish, the
St Johns boys placed third while the girls'
placed fourth to advance.
Localteam scores Boys
1-Ridgeview 52 points, 3-Fleming Is-
land 70 poin ts. 6-Middlebur l 5 poiit
Top indii iduals- Bo) -s
3- an Cl-a) (R) 17:07,4-Stephen Wac--
cholz ,FIi 17:13.5 Thomas Fosa FI 1l7:33,
S -Andrew Maedel (R) 17:51, 15 Kevin
Singleton (FI) 18:23
Local team scores-Girls .
2-Fle- ning Island 53 points. 4-Ridgeliev
86 points,7-Middlebu rg 205 poinLts
Top individuals-Girls
4-Camilla Christensen (FI) 20:45,
Heather Lu nd in (R) 20:41,.Kaitlin Yarcas
(R) 20:45, Chelsea Metzgar (FI):21:07, Tey-
lar Garcia (FI) 21:30, ColleenrPool (FI) 22:04


CORRESPONDENT PHOTO BM TL COCHRAN
The Ridgeview team show their district championship trophy.


72313d tet


Camilla Christensen of Fleming Island
and Heather Lundin from Ridgeview
were the top local finishers.


NEFSH hosts tourney


Special to Clay Today

ORANGE -PARK The Friends of
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Awareness Charity Golf Tournament Oct.-
13 at the Country Club of Orange Park.
This year's winners were: first-place
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Jerry Dean.
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Bears rain on Golden Eagle homecoming parade


By Horace Davis, Staff
hdavis@jcpgroulp.con

FLEMING ISLAND The Golden Eagles
of Fleming Island went into a non-dis-
trict match-up against the 2-5A District
Champion Bartram Trail Bears on Friday,
October 28 that coincided with their
homecoming festivities.
The 3-6 Golden Eagles were coming
off a resounding 34-28 overtime district
5-4A win over county rival Middleburg
last week and they looked t6keep the fes-
tive celebration going against the Bears.
When all was said and done Bartram
Trail's duo of quarterback Kyle Parker
and running backJoel Raggins were too
much for the Golden Eagles as the pair


combined to score five touchdowns to
lead them to a 42-7 victory over Fleming
Island.
Bartram Trail took a 14-0 first half
lead when Parker scampered 45-yards
for the opening touchdown and Rag-
gins returned a punt 57-yards in the sec-
ond quarter and the Bears never looked
back.
Fleming Island got their lone score off
the night after defensive lineman
RashaunJ,' h i ison ,_c kr .: Parker for a 20-
yard loss ,i:I thiuvd v iin in the second
quarter to end a drive.
Golden Eagles quarterback Joel
Fletcher then found speedsterJohn Gad-
son open for a 17-yard touchdown strike
to close the half trailing 14-7.


CORRESPONDENT PHOTOS BY TL COCHRAN
Homecoming king Chad Bennett and queen Lauren Nichols graced the crowd at halftime.


Fleming Island receiver John Gadson goes up tor the 17-yard touchdown grab.


Golaen Eagie aerenuers KU
quarterback Kyle Parker.


aun Johnson (76) and John Stevens (74) go after Bears


Lady Eagles fall to Lincoln in four


By Alan Nicotra, Correspondent

FLEMING ISLAND Fleming Island
coachJoy Dailey knew it would be tough
for her Lady Eagles as they made a run to
reach volleyball's state championship in
Lakeland next week and the run ended on
Saturday, October 29 as they fell to the
Lady Trojans of Tallahassee Lincoln High
School in the Region 1-5A semifinals.
Lincoln, although unranked came in
as the favorites and they took advantage
of Fleming Island's defense, especially in
the middle, defeating the Lady Eagles
25 -22,10-25,19-25,22-25.


"They found our weakness in the middle
and once they exploited itwe could not stop
them", said Dailey.""However, I'm so proud
of my team for their great season this year."
In the first game, Fleming Island got
up early on Lincoln, the Trojans not being
able to establish any kind of offense, re-
sulted in a Lady Eagle victory. But in the
second game of the match, Lincoln made
some offensive adjustments, which threw
Fleming Island off their game. The Tro-
jans handled the Eagles from the start of
the game and won easily, 25-10, behind
eight kills in the game from Paige Prid-
geon, who had 15 kills altogether in the


CORRESPONDENT PHOTOS BY ALAN NICOTRA
Fleming Island's Ashley Nettles and Amanda Youell attempt to save this volley.


match to lead all
plaI\es.
"Pidg eon. i.
0111 o Ktopla er,
she is our power
and spark plug
on the court",
said Lincoln
coach Angie
Strickland.
Pridgeon con-
tinuously hit h
spike after spike,
forcing the Gold-
en Eagles to keep
-three players on
the back line to
defend the Senior setter Amanda'
spikes. That career.
opened up a
wide-open hole in the middle of the
court, which Lincoln took advantage of,
tipping numerous balls in the defense-
less area.
With the match tied at one game
apiece, the third game would ultimately
be the deciding game. The score was close
early, as both teams traded points with
neither team taking a clear advantage.
That would change though,; s Lincoln
pulled away at the end, eventually win-
ning the game 25-19.
In the fTou th and final game of the
match, the score was again close almost
the entire way, but in the end the Trojans


Youell places her final set of her high school


were too overpowering for the Golden
Eagles defense, winning the game 25-22,
clinching the victory for Lincoln.
Although Fleming Island's season
came to an end, their accomplishments
this year should not be forgotten. The Ea-
gles posted their best record in school his-
tory, losing only 2 matches all season,
taking home district and conference
championships, as well as advancing far-
ther in the state playoffs than they had
ever done before. '
"We did really well this season, I think
much better than anyone thought we could
do," said Fleming Island coadhijoy Dailey,


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Lady Spartans down 2-0, rally to win in five


By Horace Davis, Staff ,
hdavi.@jcpgroup.co -

ORANGE PARk TheSt Johns Lady
Spartans saw their seaIon scoiming to an
end v heli het-\ dropped the opening two
games in the Region 2-2A semifinals
against host Tallahassee Maclay on Sat-
urday, October 29. -
Buit something happened during the
latter stages of game tuo %\ which StJohns
eventually lost 19-25. "I n tially I believe
we were playing well in both of those
games", said St Johns coach Traci Liv-
ingston. "However; at the end of the sec-
ond game ,e \,-ere trailing 23-16 and I


decided to adjust our middle blockers to.
of fket thie hlntig game they had. the ad-
jItlsnIient assinallbutit proved to bethe
(ltfferti-ce. EBen though we lost that
gameit seemed that we grabbed themo-.
Imentimni at tile end and it carried over
into the final three games of t ie natc I".,
she added.
Tallahassee Maclay entered the game
as the #10 ranked team in the state while
the Lady Spartans failed to b-reak the
state polls this year but at ter the ( from behind victory and i t liev ca n bea t
Gainesville Oak Hall tonight in the re-
gional finals the state Ina) take n1-ouce.
Over the final three games agai n it


Senior Katie Longo led St Johns on the defensive end with several key digs.


STAFF PHOTO', BN HORACE D.AI'
Jennifer Brown led the Lady Spartans with 17 kills in the win over Tallahassee Maclay.


Maclay, StJohns ,e pped up their play
and intensity. Emihil Garica's 17 service
points and 36 assists led the team, while
Jennifer Brown recorded a game high
l7kills, Leanna Ray alko chipped in with
12 kills.
DefensiveI senior defersi\ e specia:l-
ist Katie Longi iiiadelsvei ial outstanding
digs to keep ille\s ali\e. while fellow ,
senior Sara Growcock came onil t o add 5
service points during a criticall juncture
of the imatich.
"Theseg ii lshlae sli:', nthlelie hartnad
deire all \eA, -ibut it especially\ cameine0t
dli~ing this match. All season lonw' tlie\
hale played that %,a\ but tonigflut ,e


turned the corne, I kn not the) don't want
the season to end, we want to keep on
playing", added Livingston..
With a win over Oak Hall the Lads
Spartans ill qualif\ for their fir i t final
four ber th since 2i1(). but it % ill be a tall
order as they los t juice tllis season to[cak
Hall whciwon their disuict.
"This is the first time in five years that
we have rnot \on our district hut this is die
furthest we have gone simce that \ear and
I as told the girls, we hat: tco take care of
It:,%% Ie pla\ and make adjilsttiier ts as
nleelded, let's have fun ani d pla\ iard (nlrd
eteri thiiiig else will take care of itself"
said Li\ ingstin.


Defending champs end Lady Indians season


By Horace Davis, Staff

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-TheLady Indi--
an ofl K\ stone Heiglts eIltered the Re-
gion 2-3A semifinals as the #6 ranked
team in the siate. the\ had %\on the most
games in school history (27), and were
looking to make it to the elite eight for
first time since 2001 and 2002. But in


i -:der toI reach ile elite eight the defend-
ing class 3A state chlampis O)rlando Lake
Highland Prep who swept their wa to1
lastyear's title stioodi: in the wax.
When the match went final the
Highlanders from Lake Highlland Prep
marched on to the elite eight and Kel -
stone's season came to a halt as the de-
fending champs used a varied attack to
sweep the Lad) Indians 25-17. 25-101

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The Lady Indians Brenda Ward (6) and Lori Albritton did their best to defend the net.
against the Highlanders.


and 25-12.
"Our'I goal is to defend our state title".
said Lake Highland coach Charlene Cox.
"I think ue hit a rhi thini to\\aids the end
of game onie and once i e do that the girls
are hard to beat". Cox added.
The rhythm thit Cox talked about
came with the scored tied at 9. Keystone's
one-nvo punh of outside hitter Mallory
\Wasik and senior setterJessica Ford had
just combitied on four kills to knot the
game but Lake H-igl land's varied attack
that included 2 kills b) senior middle
blocker Brittany Roderick and a ace by.
Kaley Visla pushed the lead to 18-12 and
Lake Highland never looked back. Katie
Gallagher.Erini Fleming and Mackenzie
Osher also picked up the pace for Lake
Highland and they took a 23-13 lead.
Ford and senior middle blockerJessi-
ca Whit field a led to help the Lady Indi-
ans make a late, run but after a Ford
dump cut the lead to 24-17 that would be
as close as Keystone got.
In games two and three the High-
landers built leads and held the Lady In-
dians attack at bay, junior Wasik who has
been dominate at times during the sea-
son was held to just 9 -kills during the
match and setter Ford who had recorded
39 assists in the previous 'ratch was held
to just 12 assists.


STAFF PHOTOS BY HORACE DAVIS
Keystone's Mallory Wasik watches as
the ball sails outside the line.
"What can we say they were the better
team", said Keystone coach Scott Con-
kling. However, I am very proud of my
team, I told them to walk out with their
heads held high, they had a very good
season, we had the most wins in any sport
in Keystone history, we just ran into a bet-
ter team today", he added.


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Girl's soccer opens winter sports schedule


By Horace Davis, Staff
tlulais@jcpgrmop.com n

ORANGE PARK A slight change in the
weather reminds us that not only is the
cooler weather coming but it also signi-
fies the start of the winter schedules for
high school sports..
As we move into the football playoffs,
the regional tournament in volleyball
and district play in all the other fall sports
it reminds us that girl's soccer is on the
horizon followed by the boy's and all the
other winter sports.
To open winter spti t season w e have a ,
brief preview of the upcominggirl's soccer
season that saw St Johns Country Day'
School win the 2A state title in 2005, we will
see if they can repeating 2006 and take a
look at all the schools around the county.
RidgeviewLady Panthers Coach
Angie Adamson
District 4-3A -Middleburg, Santa Fe,
Suwannee, and Bradford..
Key players -lost High scoring for-:
ward Lyndsi Stricklen, defenders Mandy
McCabe andJessica Schwab, outside mid-
fielder Ashley Chase.
Key returning players seniors Brit-
tany Wilkinson, Meghan Powell,Jessica
Gibson, Delta Pannell, Kelly Belobraydic.
Also returning are juniors Lianne
Stricklen, Kathy Roll andJessi Shafer. :
New additions- Abbey Myers, Caitlin
Brown. Ki ista Mathis..Katri na
Conklin. Laurel Be-rgin. andRachel
Ferfecki.
Outlook-The LadyPanthers maybe the
classof this district with Middleburghoping
to challenge them or grab the second spot.
"I want my players to be competitive'
with every opponent faced, in addition I
want them to play every game with pas-
sioi. lihai:d work and dediici.ati,'n i
\\th all of those componc-nts woi k-


ing, we will see what road we will travel
this season", said Adamson..
Orange Park Lady Raiders Coach
Eric Andrew
District l-6A Fletcher, Sandalwood,
Mandarin, Buchholz
Key players we lost Gretchen Wilson,
Stephanie Paterson and Jesse Hall
Key returning players Cristine Damit,
Stephanie Chatfield, Caitlyn Sullivan
and Kim Rochester.
New additions Samantha Warr and
Tabitha Pa:ld|ce Outli,,k Orange Park will have a
_\Oung tea m bbut coach Andrew is h,,ping
for a quick ia.'turation process from his
team thi ar. ..
"e \\ae sill a \ei \on tea im. iowevr-
eri, e had a ireat off -season and the ,ukls
are undcet standing our s\stell betret
Ceir\ (la and are excited. 1'm expecitin.g a
comlpetiu\e ,easson wll the hlopersit c- 1'1m-
petin. loi a dlisu id L chLtlipioInship".
CoaxichI Arndlew w' ill look to W)ils-P,-I, P-
rer,,son anId Hall foi lcIadcilship While
Wa1r iand Pa-dlCt w ill add depth.
srcl'ngtll aind speed.
O_ ange Pa1,k 'ill get an 'ath\ ,it
when they face cointy rival Fleming Is-
land tonight.
Fleming Island Lady Eagles Coach
DarrellIvey
District 4-5A Bar r i m Trail, Terry
Parker, Englewpod,:Ed White, Lee, First
Coast, Wolfson .
Ke\ pl\ i s lost Abby Buzzell, Melis-
saJiminez, HollyHaines, Gillian Frey and
Lauren Cochran.
Key returning players'-Jane Buzzell,
Morgan Holesko, Stephanie Patrylo and
Chelsea Heath.
New additions -Joy Rosano, Rebecca
Salsmani, Ka met on Still well. -
Ot, alo.k Coach Ivev and theLahdvEa--
,Yles should be uip fi, an',Ither l1un at the


district title, however they will have to
make up for the loss of high-scoring strik-
er Abby Buzzell.
"We are looking, forward to another
tough season, las! '-[.u ie rdeid up 16-3-3-
and lost in the semi-finals of the districts,.
hopefully .this year we can go further".
Ivey -will look to Hofesko, Patrylo,
Heath and Buzzell to lead the team..
Fleming Island also landed help with
some transfers from New York andNevada.
St.Johns Country Day Coach Mike
Pickett
District 7-2A Providence, Bish:li, p
Si\ dc" :
kl. plaNcrs lost- An na Martorana,
Michdlle La%\ ine.ChristeJoiies
Ke\ rernt ninc plveris -Ainnda Mar-
ioriana, Georgia Liberi, Moll) R ichi rd-
son and;Jacquielh n Vi mstriongi .i
New addition s-J uistine Quick, Kara:
Moore -
Out loc)k .Xfterlosingl Iading score in .
and All-St ate player Anna Martorana
SUAB wlio led the ligli-sci:0ini_ Lady,
Spartatns i their s.atk title ri n along with
MN helle La i ine(JU) whojoinedher as a
All-,Sa te pla\ei aind Clriistic Jones, St
Johns will field a el\ \,e ,Nuno team.
Ho'we\er,althoiigh Iic\ w, ill beyoung
the\ still will ha c the talent iith theplay-
ers they are returning.-
CanCoachPickeit atnd rhle Lady Spar-
tansreturi n todefeId theii state title?
"Wex ill hIea t\ 0111 rU team ut I third,
the talent is still there, if we can stay
healthy, I believe we have a good chance
to hopefully make another deep run into
the playoffs".
Middleburg Lady Broncos Coach
Carlos Celis
-District 4-3A Santa Fe, Suwannee,
Ridgeview and Bradford
Key players lost Tiffany Allen, Katri-
na Avels and Kavie Sturch


kl<\ Iretuiinil plai\ers IJenn\ Ln'ims,
K,-nzie Sko,-'._4 and Kelli Bioi.li~haim
New, additions C.i ri int F i-hei. Ailii-
da Dross
Ouillo' c After a su-5?00 .easoi lasi
yearMiddlebur g played well in the disi i, tis
before losing in the s,-nill .,nas to 'he si xith
ranked Paxon Eagles in a tough district.
Now that the Lady Broncos have
moved into a new district Coach Celis
feels they may be able to finish no lower
than second place.
"We will continue to work hard to sur-
pass iht .S'.i mark iaind %' ith thenew dis-
trict I believe it is possible; Rid.;le% it-i'
it ppciar sto be tops in-the district after that
we should be able to get into second and
hopcfull) each regional pla".-
Cla -Lady Devils Coach Ernie
Speed
- District 3-4A Nease. St. AuL~istintl.
PortOrange.l Menendez and Palatka
-Key players lost -Jessica Mattox
Kev re-turning pla \e s-Case\ Sintlp-
son. C(art ie Green. Sain Held. Aii.nda
Mco plhi. iand keiie Liebert
Ne, Additioins- nAmber Ty)ie -
Oultlookl Coach Speed will count 011
hle i-t .irr of.goalkeepe' Sa.in Held arind
the health of Carrie CGreen_. Last \eat the
LadyDe il, Iu offered seci ctal late season' n in-
juries that ptit a d oper on their season n.
"\Ve hpe ito stall health\ and be ven\
ci ompetiuve this \edar". said Speed. Hioiur- -
erour depth ila\ be 0111r downfaIll_. b itf
we sita\ he.lth\l I belitc\e we c an cliallenge
. otl at least se'o'nd in the district behind
Nea te who appears to be tops in the dis-
trict".
The challenge for Clay will be adding
pieces to-the roster and the\ %, ill loo:k ii,
peak at season's end.
Keystone Heights Lady Indians -
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Gator Club continues rapid growth

Special from Wayne Spivey Gator Club President Ron Coleman-
member of the UF Hall of Fame said
The Clay Couniit Gator Club continues that he is proud of all of the work that
to expand since rejoining the University. went into the reunion with ihe Alumni
of Florida Alumni Association.Growthis Association andpromisesto continuethe
exciting and the fall attendance at the "upbeat, informative and fun meetings
HilltopRestau ranit has been ot errflowing. you and your family will always enjoy."
,- standing room only. The Gator Club meetings are held be-
One of the reasons: The last three fore each home football game at the Hill-
guest speakers have been well known top Restauraif,2030 WeLs Road in Orange
radio and television sports personalities: Park., beginning at 6:30 pm. The busy fall
Sam Kovaris, Dan Hicken and David scheduleincludesThursdayeveningmeet-
Lamm. Entertaining the Gator fans and ings on November 3rd and 22nd.
answering those hard questions about The tradition of "Gator Night at the
the Gators new head football coach, Dogs," Casino Cruise trips, International
Urban MeNer, has been the fall focus. Gator Day, and Scholarship Golf Tour-
Another reason: UF's Gator cheer- naments will also be a fun part of the
:leaders, lead by Senior Captain Aaron Gator Club's winner and spring activities.
Kaufman a Clay High graduate Alleventscontinue the tradition ofsup-
brought cheers to the crowd since the be- porting scholarships for local students to
ginning of football season. attend the University of Florida.
Meetings always include a good old- Views the meeting photos and learn
fashioned orange and blue pep rally, with more about upcoming fall events and the-
favorite cheers, music, skits, local sports benefits of GatorClub membership at
vendors and wonderful Hilltop Resta u- the club'sweb site www.clavgators.com.or
rantfood;justafewnmoregoodreasons to by contacting the UF Alumni Associa-
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Ground broken for OakLeaf Village Center


Special to Clay Today

JACKSONVILLE Jacksonville-
based developer, The Hutson Com-
panies, announced that ground has
broken on the newest addition to
OakLeaf Plantation, the OakLeaf-Vil-
lage Center. Situated on the border
of Duval and Clay Counties; OakLeaf
Plantation is a 6,400-acre, master-
planned community, which has be-
come one of the fastest-growing,
fastest-selling developments in the
northeast Florida region.
Located in the heart of OakLeaf
Plantation, the new 25-acre OakLeaf
Village Center is planned as a tradi-
tional neighborhood development or
TND, and will feature atdiverse num-
ber of elements, each serving as a.
complement to the others. Within
the OakLeaf Village Center, a seam-
less blend of retail, office and resi-
dential opportunities will -come
together to create a live, work and
play experience in the Greater Jack-
sonville area. Anticipated to become
the nucleus of OakLeaf, the Village Cen-
ter will offer residents: the convenience of
shopping, dining and must-have services,
without ever leaving the community.
A portion of the OakLeaf Village Cen-
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Seven warning signs when buying a home


Special to Clay Today enough water through to do thousands of
dollars of damage over time.
(NAPSI)-Most homebuyers pride them-
selves on knowing how to spot a solid 2. Improper wiring. This includes
home or one that needs serious work. such situations as amateur wiring, un-
Aside from the obvious warning signs- grounded receptacles, lack of ground fault
such as damp spots on walls or missing circuit interrupters in wet locations, over-
roof shingles-many homebuyers may re- loaded breakers;, etc. The homebuyer will
main unaware of serious yet hard-to-spot be informed of the presence of aluminum
problems such as foundation damage, wiring which was common in houses
What should'you, look for? Dan Stew- built in-the 1960s and 1970s. These in-
ard, president of national home inspection stallations could be problematic and
service provider, Pillar to Post (www.pil- should be fully evaluated before closing.
lartopost. com) offers seven warning signs -the sale.
to heed when buying a home:
3. Attic issues. Home buyers almost
1. Water damage. Porous grout and never look in attics but inspectors always
cracks less than one sixteenth of an inch do, paying special attention to signs of
in a ceramic tiled shower can allow roof leaks, missing support trusses. pest


infestation;, illegal venting, illegal electri-
cal wiring, inadequate insulation, etc.

4. Chugging drains. Drains that
"chug" like an upturned soda bottle or toi-
lets that don't flush correctly could be
signs that the plumbing system isn't ade-
quately vented.

5. Roof damage. Eighty percent of new
construction litigation is said to involve
the roof. If the roof is bad, the rest of the
house is in danger of damage too.

6. Heating and cooling systems dan-
ger. Gas-fired furnaces have the potential
to introduce deadly carbon monoxade gas
into the living area. If the gas company
decides your furnace is unsafe prior to


vour move-in, they may lock it out'and
require replacement before turning onthe
gas to your new home.

7. Foundation problems. Flowerbeds
planted too close to exterior walls could
draw too much water to the home's foun-
dation, .causing damage. A damp base-
ment might also be an indication that the
foundation needs work-its one of the
most expensive home repairs around.
Before you buy, be sure that you are
not going to be in-the market for expen-
sive home repairs down the road. The
best way to be safe is to get a complete
home inspection from a reputable and es-
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Natural materials offer earth-friendly insulation choices


By Dan Chiras
Mother Earth News

In bone-chilling winters, insulation helps
hold heat inside our homes. During sul-
try summers, it helps our buildings keep
their cool.
Fiberglass, cellulose and rigid foam
are the most common types of insula-
tion, but using natural materials like cot-
ton, wool, stra'. and straw-clay can be
an environmentally friendly way to insu-
late your home.
Cotton.
Available in loose-fill and bats, cotton
insulation has the same R-value per inch
as cellulose insulation. Cotton insulation
is relatively harmless to the installer and
home occupants Safe to handle. it won't
shed fibers like fiberglass or rock wool in-
sulation. Most conton insulation is treated-
with a flame retardant. but is manufac-
tured without formaldehyde binders. On
a batt-tor-ban basis, cotton insulation can
beatt least twice as expensive as fiber-.
glass, although the price fluctuates de-:
pending on who's doing the installation.
While cotton insulation is a natural prod-
uct and safe from a human health stand-
point, cotton is one of the most
chemically intensive crops grown in the
United States
\Two major cotton insulation manufac-


turers,Inno-Therm and Bonded Logic, use.
recycled cotton fiber trimmings in their
products UltraTouch cotton insulation is
made wi-h 85 percent post-industrial re-
cycled content fiber and 15 percent plas-
tic fiber. The cotton is treated with borate
for fire and insect resistance.
Wool.
SheeP's wool is a superb insulator,
having.a slightly higher R-value than stan-
dard fiberglass One of wool's greatest
benefits is that it insulates when wet, a
claim, that can't be made about many
other forms of insulation. Wool is natu-.
rally flame resistant, too. Although wool
can be damaged by moths, it contains
lanolin, a:naturally occurring oil that pro-
tects it from these insects. To further safe--
guard wool insulation, some individuals
add cedar shavings.
Wool insulation is common in New
Zealand. where sheep outnumber people
' bv a wide margin. In North America. you
may be able to purchase wool insulation
baits from green building suppliers such
as Planetary Solutions /wwwv.plan-
'etearth.coml in Boulder. Colorado. and
Eco Wise Iwww.ecowise.coml in Austin,
Texas. New Zealand-based Woolhouse
International produces a product called
Thermofleece Natural \Vool insulation.
which is sold in the United States. Ther-
mofleece contains boric acid as a flame


retardant. -
Straw. .
Some natural builders install straw
bales- or loose straw in their ceilings to
provide high levels of insulation. Straw
bales are inexpensive and readily avail-
able. Loose straw is lighter than bales and
reduces the need to fortify roof framing.
To reduce fire potential, straw can be
treated with natural flame retardants such
as boric acid or clay slip, a watery solu-
tion of clay and dirt.
If you're building a new house, using
straw bales as insulation and in-fill for the
walls can result in an estimated total R-
value of 42 for a wall made of 18-inch-
wide bales.


Straw-clay.
Another natural insulation is a materi-
al called straw-cla,, made by mixing:loose
straw and a clay slip. Packed into wall
forms or ceilings and left to dry, straw-
clay creates a thick, insulated wall that is-
naturally fire resistant and mold-and-
mildew repellent. Its R-value is estimated
to be between R-2 to R-3 per inch.
Many states and municipal utilities
offer rebates and other financial incentives
for retrofitting homes with insulation. To
find out, call your local utility or state en-
ergy conservation office. You also can ob-
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30 Year Fi>ed 6 500 0 +t 0
30 Year Fioe 6 500 0 +- 0


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Property LISTINGS


NEARLY NEW! 4/2.5 concrete block on
a preserve lot. Dramatic 2 story foyer,
large eat in kitchen w/work island,
12x 18 florida room, wood deck, large
master, formal living and dining.
$235,000.

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

LARGE MOBILE on a pretty lot with
paved road. Large great room, formal
dining, eat in kitchen w/ fridge, large
utility room w/ washer & dryer. Fenced
yard, barn shed w/ power and storage
shed. $115,500. Call the AK Team 237-
8421.

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

WATERMILL Like New, One year old
and GORGEOUS! 3/2 with almost 1800
sqft. One of a kind floor plan, and it
won't last. Swimming pool, take, tennis
and more! Calltoday! Only $224,900.
Wendy Hendricks Broker-Associate
(904)838-3977 KW First Coast Realty-

JUST LISTED! 3/1.5 -only $1 3K Clay:
County Great location anhd convenient-
to schools and shopping. Freshly pajnt-
ed and .ready to-move ii. Well m--ain:
tairned. Call today Wendy -HeAdndicks-
Brdker'Associae (904)838-397-7 :
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HORSELOVER&Jusisted3acres-,3/2
DWM H q ke new. fenced pastures
ready fo hortsets and orily$9.000.
CALL Wendy Hedricks Brker-Asso-
cate 904)838-3977 KW First Coast Re-
alty-

ORANGEPARK SOUTH 3/2 wit
bonus rrn Al bnrck tiome with over
2t 6Osqft NWe windows, fresh paint.
updates- throughout. $189,900 Call
today, WehdyeHendricksBroker-Associ-
ate (904)838-3977 KW First Coast Re-
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20ACRE FARMONLY $295K- 3/2wiih
1 790 sqft -5-stallbniar-_pornd, allfenced,
arid ready for your hbrse.Call today for


all the info. This property is Gorgeous!!!
Call for all the info. Wendy Hendricks
Broker-Associate (904)838-3977 KW
First Coast Realty

FIRST TIME BUYERS FREE Services,
FHA/VA Relocation Experts. No money
down to qualified Buyers. We are the
relocation experts. Call with all your
questions, we can help. Wendy Hen-
dricks Broker-Associate (904)838-3977
KW First Coast Realty

SELLING YOUR HOME? Call for a
FREE consultation & a great marketing
program. We sell homes throughout
Jacksonville & Orange Park. Call for our
customized listing package to fit your
needs. Wendy Hendricks Broker-Asso-
ciate k904)838-3977 KW First Coast Re-
alty

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

247651 ALL BRICK HOME on cul-de-
sac. This 4/2 features large family room.
eat-in kitchen W/cook Island, screened
porch over looking a spacious fenced
yard, call now for appointment. Patricia
Sherman@278-3332 $184,847 COLD-
WELL BANKER WALTER WILLIAMS

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

251028 GREAT INVESTMENT home,
-:this home features laminate- wood
flooring, indoor audry, oak cabinets
:2 bedrooms-converted into one large
master, handicapp accessible shower
and covered patio. Roof only 4 years
old.- Call -Karen Wentz@278-3 325
$75,000. COLDWEtL BANKERMWAL-
TER WILLIAMS


-250244 STEP INSLDEsandi be surprised
-This: home hasit al, extra large rooms, -
v-autted-ceilings, beautiful stone fire .-
- place, eat-in kitchen -screened porch
alarm system and the appliances stay.
-iCa-llMichele .Adams@278 333 1
-41,000 COLDWELL BANKER WAL-
TER-WiAMS -I


1249973 BEAUTIFUL ALL BRICK on al-
mnost Y/2 acre on-Fleming Island. Large
backyard big enough for apo'o0, or just
-for entertaining. A one owner, lovingly
maintained-home. Call Patricia Sher-
man@278-3332-- $:2f9,847. COLD-
WELL BANKER WALTER WILLIAMS


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

252232 ALL BRICK POOL home in the
heart of Orange Park! This immaculate
home features a separate living & dining
room, family room with fireplace, and a
garden master bath. The breakfast nook
overlooks the sparkling pool on a private
1/3 acre lot. Call Karen Wentz@278-
3325 $242,000 COLDWELL BANKER
WALTER WILLIAMS

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

NEAR YULEE, ALMOST NEW on al-
most I acre. 4/2 Double Wide with
deluxe master, fully equipt kitchen with.
island. $114,900. Call The AK Team
237-7503.

INVESTORS! We have a number of
REO investment opportunities ranging
in price from $49.900 to $150.000. Call
The AK Team for more information.
237-7503 or 237-8421.

3/2 IN SANDY HOLLOW offers new
carpet throughout. fully equipped &
tiled Kitchen w/ nook, tiled traffic areas,
inside laundry room, garage w/ built in-
work bench, fenced back yard.
$149.900. Call The AK Team for more
information. 237-7503 or 237-8421.


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

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

261654 SPACIOUS 4/2 on well mani-
cured corner lot. Large family room
w/tiled wood burning fireplace that can
be converted to gas, large bonus or 4th
bedroom upstairs, large fenced back
yard. Call Maureen Harmon@278-3319
$192,900 COLDWELL BANKER WAL-
TER WILLIAMS

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

252390 GREAT HOME on large lot!
This 4 bedroom 2 bath home is well
maintained, engery efficient. 1399 sq.
ft., split bedrooms and all appliances


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SET UP LOT
Nice set up lot, a total of 1.03 acres, partially fenced and
ready for your new home, or mobile home. MLS# 266630
$53,000.
GREAT DEAL
2/2 singlewide mobile home on 1 acre, completely fenced
-with screened porch and jacuzzi. New pump and tank on
well, new roof coating, 2 car carport-shed, appliances
including washer and dryer. MLS# 268087 $67,500.
ACREAGE
Home only lots- there are two set up lots with power pole,
well and septic tanks each one has 5.10 acres and is listed
for-$125,0(0 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 andheat unit This is a great
buy and I know this one wo ast long. MLS# 261968 $69,900
INA COMMERCIAL AREA ON CR. 220
3/2 mobile home. 2002 model split plan-tile fireplace with man-
tie, family room, living room, dining room combo. Kitchen has
center wnrk island, washer and dryer will stay with the home.
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COMMERCIAL
This is the perfect location for a professional building or ware-
house. County Road. Very busy area and growing fast. MLS#
258876 $85,000.
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

COUNTRY LIVING AT ITS BEST
2,436 sq ft. 1992 Double Wide on 1.20 acres, appliances
including washer and dryer. Fenced, shed, separate'dining
room, walk in closets. Plenty of room to roam.
MLS#268063 $103,000.

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.

Waterfront 4.40 Acres RD(KE D $61,000 I
Waterfront 3.34 Acres REDUCED $51,000
Paved Road2.10 Acres $47.000 |


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stay. Call Coldwell Banker Walter
Williams@269-9707 $140,000

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 16x 12 din-
ing w/dental crown moulding & chair
rail, this 3/2 home is a must see!! Call
Karen Wentz@278-3325 $194,900
COLDWELL BANKER WALTER
WILLIAMS

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

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

259597 GREAT starter home! Features
3 bedrooms 2 baths, split plan, fireplace,
tray and vaulted ceilings, glass top stove
and built in microwave, fenced yard and
detached shed. Call Karen Wentz@278-
3325 $127,900 COLDWELL BANKER
WALTER WILLIAMS


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

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

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

253815 THIS 4/2 HOME features a
courtyard 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 loca-
tions. Call for all the info. Wendy Hen-
dricks Broker-Associate(904)838-3977
KW First Coast Realty

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

SELLING YOUR HOME? I KNOW
CLAY COUNTY! Call for a FREE 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
Coast Realty (904)838-3977

249337 GORGEOUS OAKLEAF
HOME with beautiful ceramic tile lead-
ing into the greatroom which boasts a
built-in entertainment center, tile fire-
place. crown moulding enhances the
volume ceilings, plantation shutters, up-
graded kitchen cabinets, and much
more. Call Michele Adams @278-3331
$284,500 COLDWELL BANKER WAL-
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 COLDWELL BANKER
WALTER WILLIAMS



239477 EAGLE HARBOR BEAUTY!!
This 5BR 3BA home has it all. Located
on a large lot w/golf course view. Flori-
da room, bonus room, extensive mould-
ing, granit counter, island, wood floors,
upgrades 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

JUST LISTED! 32 ACRES OF PARADISE
- Beautiful high & dry property, 1700
sqft home, guest quarters. 2500 sqft of


deck, above ground pool. 6 stall stable,
clay arena, warm-up pen & so much
more!! 3400 sqft commercial steel
building with 3-phase electric, you don't
want to miss this one. Call Today! Of-
fered at $545K Wendy Hendricks Bro-
ker-Associate KW First Coast Realty
(904)838-3977

15 ACRES HIGH & DRY property,
1700 sqft home with hot tub, above
ground pool and. 2500 sqft of deck.
Guest quarters or bonus room. New
clay riding arena, 6 stall stables and new
fencing. A horse lovers paradise. A must
see at only $295K. Wendy Hendricks
Broker-Associate KW First Coast Realty
(904)838-3977

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

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


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We are looking for
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caring to fill the
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Home Health Aides
Sitter/Comp/
Homeworkers
Apply in person M-Th
9arn-Noon & 2-4pm at
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Jax FL 32207
call 904-306-9729,
ext: 2302
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Meal Site Aide For Orange
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3 year" Applicants Mfust Pass DOT .
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MILLER'S ALE HOUSE
JACKSON1VLLE'S FAVORITE RESTAURANT AND BAR!!!
WE'RE ADDING OUR 4TH LOCATION IN JAX- ORANGE PARK!!
"....REALLY HAVE FUN AT WORK!" NOW HIRING:
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Bus/Dish Expeditors/Bartenders
".. i : .:: ':. : M': APPLYAT: .
S.The construcnon trailer on the sie. Our new location is:
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Between Oakes Rd and Orange Park Mall (next to Carrabba's)
ON-THE-SPOT INTERVIEWS NOW MON-FRI 9am-6pm
To find out more about the miller's Ale House or questions:. -
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4 A few good
Menand
Women...
S-..who want to make a
posi e dit ernce in our .
communn.' The Clai
a rimv is no kingg
J applications for seasonal
Sbell-ringers Pay is $6.006
pt.r hour All interested apph-
cants ma\ call 276-6677 This
is seasonal work going
through December 24, 2005.


0-"... ; "--:.. --
Apt Mgr/Maint Tech
Needed for local apt complex.
Benefits include rent-free apt.
,paid sic. sick time & holida'.s.
V Will consider rto person team
or indi\ idual. NMgr needs office
skills. Nlaint Tech should be
familiar with all phases of apt
turn and mnaint. Mail restune
or Irr of interest to 7865
Southside Bl\d. JIackson\ille.
I FL 32256. or fax to
(904) 642-0972 I
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Aailable No%% FT & PT
CONSTRUCTION WORKERS
Needed for Small Construction
Jobs. Work May inc. chimney
repair/removal. Must be
dependable with own
transportation. Valid drivers
license & drug screening
required. Benefits available.
starting pay t(10 hour
904-282-2409



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$550/mo + $500/dep
715 Alvin St 904-284-1500
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249973 Beautiful oll brick on
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Large backyard big enough for a
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Call Patricia Sherman@
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262336 Doctors Lake Area!!! This
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Kitchen has refinished cabinets and
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$148,000

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Call Karen Wentz@278-3325
315,000

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home, meticulously kept! Nature
lovers paradise-private backyard
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Call Nancy Wentz@278-3316
$349,900

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Boats


1992 Wellcraft Sportsman.
25 foot, twin 2000 150 Mercury
outboards. Cuddy cabin, 2000
trailer. Ready to go fishing.
Asking $22,000. Located in the
Ocala area. Will consider trade.
352-347-4470 cpf
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Has Been Used Very Little
and Has Been Very Well
Maintained. Lots of Extras,
Fish, Temp & Depth 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 $32,900
Sandy or Kathy 904-282-7643

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2002 Key Largo Center
Console Bay Boat, 21 Ft.,
115 HP Yamaha wlLow
Hours. Always Kept Inside
Dry Rack Storage. Like
New. Bow Mounted
Minnkota Rip Tide Trolling
Motor, Depth Finder/ Fish
Finder, Aerated Live Well,
New Stainless Steel Prop.
Extra Rod Holders.
Call 904-910-1367
Asking $15,500


Cruiser, Low Time, 454 Chevy
Engine, Recent Overhauled
out Drive with Soare Prop, 3
New Marine Batteries, New
Bilge, Pumps, New Head,'
Standup Shower, Refrigera-
tor, New Bimini Top, 25 Knots
@ High Cruise $13,500 Firm-
904-545-6497


'88 Ford F-150 Lariai, 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


'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

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Leather. 12,500.
Call 904.864.0998

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- 13) Shell Station -1201 Blanding & 104) Catherine's Food Store 2590 CR 220 OP -
Tanglewood OP 105) Hess 2225A CR 220 OP
14) Lil Champ (#1168) -1312 Blanding & Oak OP 106) Foremost Liquors -2015 CR 220 DI
15) Walgreen's 1320 Blanding Blvd OP 107) Whitey's Fish Camp 2032 SR 220 DI -
16) Winn-Dixie (#8) -1339 Blanding OP 108) Food Lion 2570 SR 220 DI .
17) Cheap Butts & Suds 20 Knight Boxx 109) Rich's BBQ Rest. 2574 SR 220 DI -
-" Ste 101-OP 110) Sprint(#6042) 2584 SR 220 & College DI -
m 18) Citgo -1313 Blanding & Knight Boxx OP 111) Shell Station- 3138 SR 220 MBG -
19) Sprint(#6065) 3895 Old Jennings 112) sprint(#6234) 3137 SR 220 & 209
& Longbay MBG (Russell) MBG ,
20) BP 2449 Blanding Blvd MBG 113) Winn-Dixie 2851 Henley Rd MBG -
m 21) Middleburg P.O. 2073 Palmetto St MBG 114) Sprint(#1285) 2816 Henley Rd LA -
= 22) McDonald's Rest. 2485 Blanding(21) MBG 115) Penney Farms P:0. 4521 Lewis Ave PF.
i 23) Lil Champ(#1172) 2468 Blanding(21) 116) Citgo -1963 Park Ave OP .
M & Scenic MBG 117) Bono's BBQ 1177-9 Park Ave OP -
24) Texaco/Sunshine Food 2476 Blanding(21) 118) Racetrac(#233) -151 Park Ave OP -
MBG 119) Cracker Barrel- 4272 Eldridge Loop OP -
25) Exxon(Flasti Foods) 4000 Everett Ave MBG 120) Holiday Inn- 100 Park Ave(17) OP -
26) S.P. Jr. Beverage 2562 Blanding(21) MBG 121) Chevron 206 Park Ave & Eldridge OP -
27) Merita Bread Store 2568 Blanding(21) 122) Shelli(#10611- 340 Park & Wells OP
MBG 123) McDonald's- 428 Park Ave OP -
28) Publix 2640 Blanding(21) MBG 124) Star's Food Store -756 Park Ave OP -
29) Walgreen's 2675 Blanding Blvd MBG 1251 Hes59 9' 11 -1346 Park Ave OP
30) Eckerds 2672 Blanding(21) MBG 126) Shell Station -1408 Park Ave & Stiles OP
31) Sprint(#6122) 2682 Blanding(21) & 218 127) St. John's Seafood Rest. -1464 Park Ave. -
MBG (17) OP .
32) Hardee's Rest.- 2730 Blanding(21) MBG '28 WVinn-Di-,e J-40i -1900 Park Ave OP
33) Winn-Dixie (#93)- 2720 Blanding MBG 129) Eckerd's- 1952 Park Ave/Kingsley OP -
34) Sprint(#6286) 4486 SR218W & Mimosa MBG 130) Patti's Cafe- 2134 Park Ave OP -
m 35) Kangaroo(#1297)- 5105 SR218.W & Mallard MBG 131) H & H Discount Bev. 310 Milwaukee Ave.
36) Clay Hill Discount Bev. -5134 SR 218W MBG & 17 OP'
37) Country Cabin BBQ- 2216 S Mimosa & 218 MBG 132) Gate Food Post (#1160) 3210 Hwy 17 OP.
38) Lil Champ (#1198) 2816 Blanding(21) 133) Dry Clean City 3535-1 Hwy 17 OP
& Pepp MBG 134) Sprint(#6078) 4305 Hwy 17 & Raggedy
m 39) Smoker's Express(#6290) 3128 Pt. OP -
m Blanding(21) & 215 MBG 1351 cte PetrOlieum CO (#1198) -
= 40) Strickland's Mart- 6023 Kingsley Lake Dr STK 5000 H *,.- O' -
41) Sprint(#6508) 6835 SR 21 & 352 KS 136) Publix (#502) 5000-11 US 17S DI OP
42) Keystone P.O. 110 NE Commercial KS 137) S & S(BP) STORE -1595 Island Lane OP -
43) City Hall/Police Station- 555 S. 138) KOKO'S Rest- 1560-14 Business Cntr Dr op
Lawrence(21) KS 139) Vineyards Apts/Eagle Harbor -
44) Nick's Kwilk Stop- 8800 SR 21 KS 1717 CR 220 OP .
45) Melrose Cafe 888 SR21 MEL 140)-Walgreen's 1565 CR 220 OP -
46) Kangaroo(#1323) 205 SR21 KS 141) Eckerd's -1551 CR 220 OP
S- 47) Ace-Hdwe.- 251 E Walker & SR 100 KS 142) Winn-Dixie (#103) 15J5SFP 220 DI OP
S-48) Post Office 7921 SR 100 Lk Geneva KS 143) Fleming Is. P.O. 1880 East-West Pkwy OP -
49) Hitchcock's Supermarket 7380 SR 100W KS 144) Shell- 1531 CR 220 OP "
m 50)-McDohald's Rest. -7370 SR100 KS 145) Sprint(#6501)- 6935 Hwy 17 -
51) Keystone Inn SR 100W.KS & Hibernia GCS -
52) BP -242 SR 100 KS 1 61.6 SrinQL'OuirK Sto# 12221 3075 Hwy 17
53) 8 & M Food Mart/Beverage 7427 SR 21 KS & Mahama B GCS '
54) 0. P. Post Office- 1335 Kingsley Ave OP 147).Studebaker's Citgo 3248 Hwy 17 GCS '
55) O.P. Medical Center 2001 Kingsley Ave OP 148) Hess 3254.Hwy 17'GCS -
56) Dunkin Donuts 373 Blanding Blvd. OP- 149) Winn-Dixie (#138) 326'fHwy 17 GCS
m 57) Gate Food Post (#1145)- 277 Blanding OP 150) Island Foods/Amoco(#109) -
m 58) Roadhouse Sports Bar 231 Blanding Blvd OP 3540 Hwy 17 GCS -
59) Sprint(#6198) 6621 Argyle Forest Blvd JAX 151) Food Lion 3540 Hwy 17 GCS -
= 60) Argyle Bakery -6625 Argyle Forest Blvd JAX 152) Food Lion- 3540 Hwy 17-
61) Winn-Dixie(#176) 8560 Argyle Forest Blvd JAX INSIDE STORE GCS -
62) Publix 9518 Argyle Forest Blvd JAX 153) Spllt-nz hair salon 3287 hwy 17 GCS -
63) Food Garden OP Mall- 1910 Wells Rd OP 154) Lil Champ (#13)- 3541 HWY 17 & -
64) Old Navy OP Mall -1910 Wells Rd OP Governors Ck GCS ,
65) Sprint(#6100) -1690 Wells Rd & Debarry OP 155) McDonald's Rest. 1165 N. Orange Ave GCS -
66) Food Lion 1670-103 Wells Rd OP 156) Courthouse- 825 Orange(17) GCS "
= 67) Food Lion 1670-103 Wells Rd OP 157) Administration 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 Rd OP 159) Valero Express Mart 201 Orangell7) GCS
71) Steak & Shake -1681 Wells Rd OP 16601H & H Discount Bev. 100 orange Ave GCS -
72) Hess(#92321 -7106 Blanding Blvd JAX 161) V & J Store 526 N Orange(17) GCS -
73) Racetrac(#362) 7780 Blanding Blvd JAX 162) Huddle House Rest. 618 N Orange(17) GCS
74) Eckerds -7790 Blanding Blvd JAX 163) Eckerd(#3102) 800 Orange Ave GCS
75) Red Roof inn 6099 Youngerman Cir JAX 164) Duval Fields Consulting 428 Walnut St GCS -
76) Publix(#649) 6001 Argyle Forest Blvd JAX 165) Green Cove Spgs. P.O. 500 Palmer Ave GCS -
77) Kangaroo(#6299) 8496- Blanding Blvd JAX 166) Senior Citizens Cntr 604 Walnut St. GCS -
78) Walgreen's 42 Blanding Blvd OP 167) Speedway -103 S Orange(17) & -
79) Sunny's Food Store -158 Blanding Blvd OP Idlewild(16)GCS -
80) Cedar Foods 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) Krystal Rest. 208 Blanding Blvd OP 170) Hess 1010 SR 16 GCS -
83) Winn-Dixie (#145) 248 Blanding OP 171) Jim's Disc. BevJShell- 410 S Orange(17) GCS *
84) Famous Amos Rest. 342 Blanding Blvd OP 172) Cousins Cafe 206 S Orange(17) GCS
85) Shell Station 364 Blanding Blvd OP 173) Mayhugh's Drug 204 S Orange(17) GCS -
86) 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 Idlewlid(16)
88) Chamber of Commerce -1734 Kingsley & West GCS -
Ave. OP 176) Sprint(#6502) -1517 ldlewild(16) &
89) Grumpy's Rest. 834 Kingsley Ave OP Oakridge GCS -
90) Larry's Giant Subs 562 Kingsley Ave OP 177) Island Foods/H. Howies -1604 Idlewild
S 91) Walgreen's 609 Kingsley Ave OP Ave. GCS
92) Lil Champ (#548) 695 Kingsley & Dr. 178) Sprint(#6019) 2000 SR 16 & Randall GCS
m Lake OP 179) Mack's Grocery 6072 SR 17 S GCS -
93) Publix (#668).- 410 Blandirg Blvd OP '

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Section B-20


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, CASE NO: 05-DR-
.1254 DIV. 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 ac-
tion has been filed against you and that you
are required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to it on RIVETTE HOL-
RITCH, 741 Park Ave #207, Orange Park FL
32073 on or before November 28,.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 Peti-
tioner.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 ad-
dress. (You may file Notice of Current Ad-
dress, Florida Supreme Court Approved
Family Law Form 12.91.5.) Future papers in
this lawsuit will be mailed to the address on
record at the clerk's office. -
WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida Family
Law Rules of Procedure, requires certain au-
tomatic disclosure of documents and infor-
mation. Failure to comply can result in
sanctions, including dismissal or striking of
pleadings.
Dated: October 14, 2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Circuit
Court, by: 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.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHE 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. L'ane Ave. Apt. 12-G, Jacksonville,
FL 32210-1550.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a notice of ac-
tion has been filed against you and that you
are required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to it on Sarah J. Oliger,
whose address is 1688 Patricia Lane, Or-
ange Park, FL 32073 on or before Noverm-
ber 21, 2005 and file the original with the
clerk of this Court at: Room 105, 825 N. Or-
ange Ave., Green Cove Springs, FL. 32043,
before service on Petitioner or immediately
thereafter. If you fail to do so, a default may
be entered against you for the relief de-
manded in the petition.
Copies of all court documents in this case,
including orders, are available at the Clerk of
the Circuit Court's office. You may review
these documents upon request.
You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit
Court's office notified of your current ad-
dress. (You may file Notice of Current Ad-
dress, Florida Supreme Court Approved
Family Law Form 12.915.) Future papers in
this lawsuit will be mailed to the address on
record at the clerk's office.
WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida Family
Law Rules of Procedure, requires certain au-
tomatic disclosure of documents and infor-
mation. Failure to comply can result in
sanctions, including dismissal or striking of
pleadings.
Dated: 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 Coun-
ty's Clay Today newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, CASE NO: 2005-DR


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHE FOURTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR CLAY COUNTY,
CIVIL ACTION, CASE NO: 05-CA-854-A
GREEN TREE SERVICING, LLC, Plaintiff
vs..
DELORIS M. WILLIAMS; THE UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF DELORIS M. WILLIAMS;
CROSS COUNTRY BANK; CHRYSLER
CREDIT CORPORATION; JOHN DOE and
JANE DOE, unknown- Tenant(s), Defen-
dant(s)
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: Deldris M: Williams-
2729 Primrose Circle
Middleburg, FL 32068
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a complaint and
first amended corhplaint for Mortgage Fore-
closure, Damages and to Reestablish Lost
or Destroyed Documents has been filed
aairiiI ,you aroi you are required to serve a
:op) 0o y'our ar.len oeiene-.. if any, to:
SEAN V. DONNELLY, ESQ .
3708 W. Euclid Avenue-
Tampa, FL 33629
.:.n or .elr.r; 30 da,' r. ir e ri fi l idale ,:f
puli,,ai'rion anrd hii I lh ori.griial wir, inrieClefl.
,:, irt,, Couunri eiri Derlo're servicee or Plain:
I. li aric .rrne or immern .,iale Irerearler. oth-
-,eri,.ie a delaull ail be erelred .3,-agairn.t you
for the relief demanded-in the complaint or
petition. .
The property proceeded against is de-
-.-rtic, aS i.:.lows
LOT 17. ELOCK-133, ACCORDING TO-
THE PLAT OF BLACK CREEK PARK. Ur uiT
1, AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 11;
PAGES 21 TO 33, INCLUSIVE OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY,
FLORIDA. '
TOGETHER WITH that certain manufac-
tured hrnme more specil.icaIlt d;.IcrijerJ a
2000, Cr.hm.rr, e 132 56.1
with Setnail iumt-er COl110AGA eEGAA
WITNESS my hand and seal of this Court
on October 19, 2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Court,
by: A. Garrison, deputy clerk.
Sean V. Donnelly, Esquire
legal no. 7614 published October 27 and
November 3,2005 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 ACTION, CASE NO: 05-CA-854-A
GREEII TREE SERVICING, LLC, Plaintiff
vs. ,, -
DELORIS M. WILLIAMS; THE UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF DELORIS M. WILLIAMS;
CROSS COUNTRY BANK. CHRYSLER
CREDIT CORPORATION. JOHN DOE and
JANE DOE, .jnKncr. Tenanlls). Deler-.
.dant(s) .
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: The Unkno*n Sr'ouse of Deloris M.
Williams
tOU ARE NOTIFIED that a complaint and
first amended complaint for Mortgage Fore-
closure, Damages and to Reestablish Lost
or Destroyed Documenis has been filed
againil you and you are required Io serve a
copy ol your wrinen defenses, if any, to:
SEAN V DONNELLY. ESQ.
3708 W. Euclid Avenue
Tampa, FL 33629
on or before 30 days from the first date of
publicationand file the original with theClerk
of this Court either before service on Plain-
tiff(s) attorney or immediately thereafter; oth-
erwise a default will be'entered against you
for the relief demanded in the complaint or
petition.
The property proceeded against is de--
scribed as follows:
- LOT 17 BLOCK 133 ACCORDING.TO-
x,; THE PLfrtOF-BLACk C "EEKPARKj-UtiIT-


MARIAN BUEUR, Petitioner
and .
CARMEN POPA BUEUR, Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
TO: CARMEN POPA BUEUR
5001 W. OAKLAND PARK, 109 LAUDER-
HILL, FL 33313
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a notice of ac-
tion has been filed against you and that you
are required to serve a copy of your written
,defenses, if any, to it on MARIAN BUEUR.
whose address is 3925 Section Street, Mid-
dleburg, FL 32068 on or before December 5,.
2005, and file the original with the clerk of
this Court at: Room 105, 825 N. Orange
Ave., Green Cove Springs, FL. 32043, be-
fore service on Petitioner or immediately
thereafter. If you fail to do so, a default may
be entered against you for the relief de-
. handed 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 Circlit
Court's office notified of your current ad-
dress. (You may file Notice of Current Ad--
dress, Florida Supreme Court Approved
Family Law Form 12.915.) Future papers in
this lawsuit will be mailed to the address on
record at the clerk's office.
WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida Family-
Law Rules of Procedure, requires certain au-
tomatic disclosure of documents and infor-
mation. Failure to comply ,:an reull in
sanctions, including dismissal or Irk,.ng of
pleadings.
Dated: October 21, 2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Circuit
Court, by: Diane Pierce, deputy clerk.
legal no. 7613 published October 27, No-
vember 3, 10 and 17, 2005 in Clay Coun-
ty's Clay Today newspaper.


November 3, 2005


1, AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 11,
PAGES 21 TO 33, INCLUSIVE, OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
TOGETHER WITH that certain manufac-
tured home more specifically described as:
2000, Craftmade (32 x 56)
with Serial Number C01140AGA & BGA.
WITNESS my hand and seal of this Court
on October 19, 2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Court,
by: A. Garrison, deputy clerk.'.
Sean V. Donnelly, Esquire
legal no. 7615 published October 27 and
November 3, 2005 in Clay County's Clay
Today newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR CLAY COUN-
TY, FLORIDA, PROBATE DIVISION, FILE
NO: 052CP-302, DIV. E
IN RE: ESTATE OF MINA M. GRADY, de-
ceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate .Il MF.11IA
M. GRADY, deceased, File Number 05-CP-
302, is pending in the Circuit Court for Clay
County, Florida, Probate Division; the ad-
dress of which is P.O. Box 698, Green Cove
Springs, FL 32043. The names and ad-
dresses: :.f Fire pers.onil rF.preieniai;.e arnd
the pers.'.onal represeni alive ar [orriey are
set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and other per-
sons, who have claims or demands against
decedent's estate on whom a copy of this
notice has been served, must file their.claims
with this court ON OR BEFORE THE LATER
OF THE DATE THAT IS THREE (3)
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE
* FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR
THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY'OF THIS NOTICE
ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and
other persons who have claims or demands
against the decedent's estate must file their
claims with this court WITHIN THREE (3)
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE
CODE WILL BE FOREVER BARRED
NOTWITH ,TAhjDING THETIME PERIOD,
SET NORTHH AEOVE. ANY CLAIIM' FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE.
DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH 'IS
BARRED,
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-'
TION OF THIS NOTICE IS: October 27,
2005.
Attorney for Petitioners:
JAMES P. STEVENS,ESQ:,
Florida Bar No: 352421
Anderson & Stevens, P.A. Suite 2640
1301 Riverplace Boulevard,
Jacksonville, FL 32207
(904) 399-8000.
Co-Personal Representatives:
SunTrust Bank
by: Chuck N. Castiglione, Vice President &
Personal Trust Officer
SunTrust Trust Office
76 South Laura Street; 20th Floor
Jacksonville, FL 32202
KENNTH G ANDERSON
13,1 Rierpla,:e Eiul-ear.d Suite 2640
Jacki.-riO lle FL 3220-"
PHILIP J. MANASSA, SR.
4921 Ortega Farms Blvd.
Jacksonville, FL 32210
LEGAL NO. 7617 Published October 27
and November 3, 2005 in Clay County's
Clay Today newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR CLAY CIVIL DIVISION, CASE NO: 2005-961-CA-
COUNTY, FLORIDA, PROBATE DIVISION, A
FILE NO:05-CP-297, DIV.AA GREEN TREE SERVICING LLC.F/K/A
IN RE: ESTATE OF WILLIAM J. MIZELL, CONSECO FINANCE SERVICING CORP.,
SR., deceased. Plaintiff
NOTICE TO CREDITORS vs.
S The administration of the estate of RICHARD E. ZEIGLER A/K/A RICHARD
WILLIA.M J MIZELL, SR., deceased, whose ZEIGLER; THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
date of death was, July 9, 1997 is pending in RICHARD E. ZEIGLER A/K/A RICHARD-'
the Circuit Court for Clay County, Florida, ZEIGLER; IF LIVING, INCLUDING ANY UN-
Probate Division; the address of which is KNOWN SPOUSE OF- SAID DEFEN--
P.O. BOX 698 Green Cove Springs, FL DANT(S), IF REMARRIED, AND IF
32043. The names and addresses of the DECEASED, THE RESPECTIVE UN- -
personal representative and the personal KNOWN HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
representative's attorney are set forth below. ASSIGNEES, CREDITORS, LIENORS,
All creditors of the decedent and other per- AND TRUSTEES, AND ALL OTHER PER-
sons, who have claims or demands against SONS CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER
decedent's estate on whom a copy of this OR AGAINST THE NAMED DEFEN-
notice has been served, must file their claims DANT(S); UNKNOWN TENANT #1; UN-
with this court ON OR BEFORE THE LATER KNOWN TENANT #2, Defendants)
OF THE DATE THAT IS THREE (3) NOTICE FACTION
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE TO: RICHARD E. ZEIGLER A/K/A RICHARD
FIRST PUBLICATION OFTHIS NOTICE OR ZEIGLER; THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF RICHARD E. ZEIGLER A/K/A RICHARD
SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ZEIGLER; IF LIVING, INCLUDING ANY UN-
ON THEM. KNOWN SPOUSE OF SAID DEFEN-
All other creditors of the decedent and DANT(S), IF REMARRIED,A ND IF
other persons who have claims or demands DECEASED, THE RESPECTIVE UN-
against the decedent's estate must file their KNOWN HEIRS, DEVESEES, GRANTEES,
claims with this court WITHIN THREE (3) ASSIGNEES, CREDITORS, LIENORS,
MONTHS-AFTER THE DATE OF THE AND TRUSTEES, AND ALL OTHER PER-
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. SONS CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE OR AGAINST THE NAMED DEFEN-
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION DANT(S);
733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE whose residence arb/is unknown.
CODE WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. YOU ARE HEREBY required to file your
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIOD answer or written defenses, if any, in the
SET FORTH ABOVE; ANY CLAIM FILED above proceeding with the Clerk of-this
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE Court, and to serve a copy thereof upon the
DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. plaintiff's attomey; whose name and address
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION appears hereori, on or before November 29,
OF THIS NOTICE IS: October 27,2005. 2005, the nature of this proceeding being a
Attorney for Personal'Representative: suit for foreclosureof mortgage against the
ROBERT M. MORGAN; ESQ., following described property; to wit:
Attorney for Jacqueline Mooneyham LOTS 18 AND 19, BLOCK 53, JACK-
Florida Bar No: 0511160, SONVILLE SOUTH, UNIT ONE, ACCORD-
- Ford, Bowlus, Duss, Morgan, Kenney, Safer ING -TO THE -PLAT-THEREOF, -AS
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NEER


10110 San Jose Blvd.,7
Jacksonville, Florida 32257
(904) 268-7227
Personal Representative:
Jacqueline M. Mooneyham
233 Chestnut Court
Orange Park, FL 32073
Josephine M. Linehan.
9404 Wrought Iron Court
Fairfax, VA 22032.
LEGAL NO. 7618 Published October 27
and November 3. 2005 in Clay County's
Clay Today newspaper.


NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION
Pursuant to Sec 4 and/or 7 of F.S. 328.17,-
LIn,.e Arm er-icr, Lien & Recovery as agent-
w/power of attorney will sell the following
yessel(s) to the'highest bidder above 50% of
the fair market and subject to prior recorded
liens.
Inspect 1 week prior @ marina; cash or
cashier check; 15% buyer prem; all auctions
are held w/reserve; any persons interested
ph 954-563-1999.
* Sale Date November 18, 2005 @ 10:00
a.m. 3411 NW 9th ave #707 Ft. Lauderdale, -
FL 33309
V10420 1976 PEA1 FL1140DR hull id#:,
PEA46388M76L inboard pleasure diesel
white iboergdiai L 26 ft. r/o'Richard Frank
Canrizzaro li;eror: geren c:',e :pringr mari-
na-851 bulirre ad ri qgeen c.e -.p'gs fl.
V10421 1982 Helmr FLS'792ER null id#:
JAH007600M82KH24 r.'.: mrr.ar ann Edwards
5028 z.r,.:,p.,re pi .l ack ':'r,.ile II Ilenor, .
green c,:ove spring.; mrriana 85 1 Ct.uirieadc rd
green cove spgs-fl.
Licensed & Bonded Auctioneers & Survey-
ors FLAB422 FLAU765 & 1911.
legal no. 7619 published October 27 and
November 3, 2005 in Clay County's Clay
Today newspaper.


PUBLIC SALE
In accordance with the provisions of State
Law, there being due and unpaid charges for
which the undersigned is entitled to satisfy-
an owner's lien or the goods hereinafter de-
scribed and stored ai Uncle Bot.' SelI Sio'r-
age located at: Storve ,67 913 Planring
Blvd., Orange Park, FL 3206.5 i ,0-1 272-
3705 and, due notice having been given, to
the owner of said property and all parties
Pri'own i.o claim an nirereS Irierer, ar, a ire
ime :peF:.nl.e n n .: r, rno ce lor pa ri er.I .:,
such having expired, the g:oo:'is .,ii -e sold
at public auction at the 3ab:'.. e iai re ad ies
to the highest bidder or otherwise disposed
of on Monday, November 14, 2005 3a 1.00
p.m.
TERRY ASPDEN, furniture
KAREN LAWSON, household goods, furni-
ture, boxes, appliances, tv's or stereo equip.,
computers.
ANGELAMCLAREN, hougeibld'go'dsd,T:dr`".'
niture, boxes, tv's or stereo equip.
LEVESTER SPEARMAN, household goods,
furniture, boxes, tv's or stereo equip. '
MELISSA HILL, household goods, furniture,
boxes, appliances,.tv's or stereo equip.
RHONDA MILLER, household goods, furni-
ture, boxes.
PATRICIA JORDAN, household goods, fur-.
niture, boxes.
AUCTIONEER: JERRY DUNCAN Florida Li-
cense# AU527.
legal no. 7623 published October 27 and
November 3, 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,







November 3, 2005


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


Section B-21


THROUGH 45, OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA.
to include a:
1999 PALM TRAILERS MOBILE HOME;
VIN MP1809179 AND TITLE #81817761
a/k/a
61 BITTEROOT AVENUE
MIDDLEBURG, FL 32068
If you fail to file your answer or written de-
fenses in the above proceeding, on plaintiff's
attorney, a default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded in the Complaint
or Petition. .
Dated at Clay County, this 17th day of Octo-
ber, 2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Circuit
Court, by: Amie Herrera, deputy clerk.
In accordance with the Americans with Dis-
abilities Act of 1990, persons needing a spe-
cial accommodation to participate int his
proceeding should contact the ASA Coordi-
nator no later than seven (7) days prior to the
proceedings. If hearing impaired, please call
(800) 955-8771 (TDD) or (800) 955-8770,
voice, via Florida Relay Service.
Law Offices of Daniel C. Consuegra
9204 King Palm Drive
Tampa, FL 33619-1328
attorney for Plaintiff
legal no. 7624 published October 27 and
November 3, 2005 in Clay County's Clay
Today newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, CIVIL DIVISION,
CASE NO: 05-674-CA-DIV. E
MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRA-
TION SYSTEMS, INC., Plaintiff
vs.
ELIZABETH ANN HATCHER; UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF ELIZABETH ANN HATCHER;
TRANSAMERICA FINANCIAL SERVICES;
JOHN DOE; JANE DOE AS UNKNOWN
TENANTS) IN POSSESSION OF THE
SUBJECT PROPERTY, Defendants.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a
Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated theb
17th day of October, 2005, and entered in
Case No. 05-674-CA-DIV E, of the Circuit
Court of the 4th Judicial Circuit in and for
Clay County, Florida, wherein MORTGAGE
ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION SYSTEMS
INC is the P'aiti;ff and ELIZABETH ANN
HATCHER; TRAI.SAMERICA FIIJAIJCIAL
SERVICES; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF ELIZ-
ABETH ANN HATCHER; JOHN DOE; JANE
DOES UNKNJOWI TErAIjTiS) I. POS.
SESSION OF THE SUBJECT PROPERTY
are defendants. I Will-sell to the highest and
e Ui It'dder [or cash at the Ironi slepI. of ihe
Clay country Courlri.-.ue al ihe Clay Courr9
Counnouniue in Green Cove Springis Floidaa
AT 10:00 A.M. ON THE 17TH DAY OF NO-
VEMBER, 2005 the following described
property as. i lo dr, r., Final Judgment, to
wit: .-
EXHIBIT "B"
PARCEL NO. 3-A OF A SUBDIVISION OF
PARCEL HCO. 3 OF DuCr.,WATER WOODS
AN UNRECORDED SUBDIVISION IN SEC-
-IO 6.T5S-Pr-IE CLAY COUNTY; FLORI-
DA.. .
COMMENCE AT A POINT ONJ THE CEN-.
TERLIIfE OF NOLAN ROAD R60' R Wi
LYING 1350.3' SOUTH OF THE NORTH.
WEST CORNER OF SECTION 6-T5S-
R24E, BEING ON- A WESTERLY
EXTENSION OF THE SOUTH R/W OF A 60' .
ACCESS ROAD, THENCE RUN N 89 47'
17" E ALONG SAID SOUTH R/W AND
WESTERLY EXTENSION 636.36' TO THE
EASTERLY R/W OF A 20' ACCESS ROAD
AND THE-POINT OF BEGINNING THENCE
RUN S 349 52'23" E ALOIJG SAID-EAST-
_ERLY R/W 363.37', THENCE RUN N 67 55'
02" E126'TO THE EAST LINE OF PARCEL
S3 OF DUCKWATER WOODS, (AN UN-
RECORDED SUBDiviSiONi. THECE RUN
r1 34. 52 13" W ALONG SAID EAST LINE.
283.66',.TO THE SOUTH R.W OF SAID 60'
ACCESS ROAD, THENICE RUJ S. 89- 47'
1"' W ALONG SAID R'W 208 66 TO THE
POINT OF BEGIl.iN.ING BEING ANID L' itNG
IN SECTION 6-T5S-R24E CLAY COUNTY,
FLORIDA
- PARCEL NO. 3-B OF A SUBDIVISION OF
PARCEL NO 3 OF DUCKWATER WOODS
AN;UNRECORDED SUBDIVISION IN SEC-
TION 6-T5S-R24E.CLA' COUNJlTY, FLORI-
.DA BEING, MORE PARTICULARLY'"
DESCRIBED AS IN ATTACHED EXHIBIT
"A" -
COMMENCE ATA POINT ON THE CEN-
STERLfNE OF NOLAN ROAD (60 FOOT
R/W) LYING 1350.3' SOUTH OF THE
NORTHWEST CORNER OF SECTION 6-
T5S-R24E BEING ON A WESTERLY EX-
TENSION OF THE SOUTH R'W OF A 60'
ACCESS ROAD. THENCE RUN N 891 47'
17" E ALONG SAID SOUTH R/W AND
WESTERLY EXTENSION 636.36' TO THE.
EASTERLY. RW OF A 20' ACCESS ROAD,
THENCE RUN S 342 52'13" E ALONG SAID

EASTERLY R/W 363.37', TO THE POINT
OF BEGINNING THENCE CONTINUE S
34' 52' 13" E ALONG SAID R/W 283.66'TO
THE SOUTHERLY BOUNDARY OF PAR-
CEL NO. 3 OF DUCKWATER WOODS. AN
UNRECORDED SUBDIVISION. THENCE
RUN N 67' 55' 02" E ALONG SAID LINE
176' TO THE EAST LINE OF SAID PARCEL
3 OF DUCKWATER WOODS, THENCE
RUN N 342 52' 13" W ALONG SAID EAST
S. LINE 283.66', THENCE RUN S 67- 55' 02"
W 176.00'TO.THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
BEING AND LYING IN SECTION 6-T5S-
SR24E CLAY COUNTY FLORIDA.
PARCEL NO. 3-C OFA SUBDIVISION OF
PARCEL NO.3 OF DUCKWATER WOODS,
AN UNRECORDED SUBDIVISION IN SEC-
TION 6-T5S-R24E, CLAY COUNTY, FLORI-
DA. .BEING MORE -'PARTICULARLY.-


DESCRIBED AS IN ATTACHED EXHIBIT
"A".
COMMENCE AT.A POINT ON THE CEN-
TERLINE OF NOLAN ROAD (60' R/W)
LYING 1350.3' SOUTH OF THE NORTH-
WEST CORNER OF SECTION 6-T5S-R24E
BEING ON A WESTERLY EXTENSION OF
THE SOUTH R/W OF A 60' ACCESS ROAD,
THENCE RUN N 89! 47'17" ALONG SAID.
SOUTH R/W AND WESTERLY EXTEN-
SION 612.65'TO THE WESTERLY R/W OF
A 20'ACCESS ROAD THENCE RUN S 340?
52' 13" E ALONG SAID WESTERLY R/W
411.08', TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING,
THENCE CONTINUE S 349 52' 13" E
ALONG SAID R/W 245.0' TO THE
SOUTHERLY BOUNDARY OF PARCEL
NO. 3 OF DUCKWATER WOODS, AN UN-
RECORDED SUBDIVISION, THENCE RUN
S 67 55' 02" W ALONG SAID LINE 204'TO
THE EAST LINE OF PARK PLACE, AN UN-
RECORDED SUBDIVISION, THENCE RUN
N 342 52' 13" W ALONG SAID EAST LINE
243.00', THENCE RUN N 67- 55' 02" E
204.00' TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
BEING AND LYING IN SECTION 6-T5S-
R24E, CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA.
PARCEL NO. 3-D OF A SUBDIVISION OF
PARCEL NO. 3 OF DUCKWATER WOODS,,
AN UNRECORDED SUBDIVISION IN SEC-
TION 6-T5S-R24E; CLAY COUNTY, FLORI-
DA, BEING MORE. PARTICULARLY
DESCRIBED AS IN ATTACHED EXHIBIT
"A".
COMMENCE AT A POINT ON THE CEN-
TERLINE OF NOLAN ROAD (60' R/W).
LYING 1350.3' SOUTH OF THE NORTH-
WEST CORNER OF SECTION 6-T5S-
R24E, BEING ON A WESTERLY
EXTErSIOil OFTHE SOUTH R/WOFA60'
ACCESS ROAD, THENCE RUN N 899 47'
17" E ALONG SAID SOUTH R/W AND
WESTERLY EXTENSION 612.65' TO THE
-WESTERLY R/W OF A 20' ACCESS ROAD,
'THENiCE RUJN 3-342 52' 13" E ALONG
SAID WESTERLY R/W 175.08' TO THE
POINT OF BEGINNING, THENCE CON-
TINUE S 342 52' 13" E ALONG SAID R/W
236.0', THENCE RUN S 67 55' 08" W 204'
TO THE EAST LINE OF PARK PLACE, AN
UNRECORDED SUBDIVISION, THENCE
RUN N 34g 52' 13" W ALONG SAID EAST
LINE 236.00', THENCE RUN N 67 55' 02"
E 204.00' TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
BEING AND LYING IN SECTION 6-T5S-
R24E CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA.'
TOGETHER WITH A 1992 DOUBLEWIDE
MOBILE HOME WITH VIN#.'S
PSHGA11885A, PSHGA11885B AND TITLE
#'S 006320017Z 00352001'17 A ID DECAL
#'S 12186525, 12186526:.
In accordance with the Americans With
D;saboiiiJes Aci of ',', (ADAi disabled per.
?ons whr,:,. 1'eiause o1 ineir disaCiie n rie ed.
special .:accommodiion 10 panicipaite in rin".
proceeding should contact the ADA Coordi--
nalur i 8251 N Orange Avenue Green Coves
Sprir.g. FL 3204 3 cor Teleiphonre .oice.rrDD
19041 .30-25" r, no laler rarn Ive Luisiness
days prior to such proceeding
WITNESS my rand arn I ,eal of this
Co.in Ih.,s 1-TH DA' OF OCTOBER, 2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Court,
ty. Diane Pierce, depury clrI. :
Marshall. C Warl.on. P.A.
1800 NW 49th Street, Suite 120
Fon Lauderdale, FL 33309
-(954) 453-0365
legal no. 7625 published October 27 and
November 3, 2005 in Clay County's Clay
Today newspaper.-


IN THE CIRCUIT COIRT FOR CLA' COUN-
TY, FLORIDA, PROBATE DIVISION; FILE
NO: 05-CP-296, DIV. E
IN RE: ESTATE OF CYNTHIA LYNNE
. CABLE-JOHISEIJ. da:,3eae, .: '
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tne adminislraicrn .cl ie estate-of
C'r -THIA LrNI E CABLE -JOHNSEN, de-
ceased, File.Number 16-2005-CP-296, Div.
CV-E is pending in Ihe Cir':uii Court.for Clay;
Courly Fl)ria. ProDale D,..,,orn; the ad-
dress of wi-,;ch iI' 825 N Orange Avenue,
Green Cove Sprng: FL 32043. The names
and addresses of the personal representa-
ki;e and irhe personal representative's attor-
ney are set forth below. "
All interested persons are required to file
with this Court, WITHIN THREE MONTHS
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE Il all cla,m. againsttr.e Estate,
and (2) any ob.jeciir. Dy an interested per-
son to whom notice was mailed that chal-
lenges the validity of the will, the
qualiihcalorns ol ine Personal Repreerniativ'e
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 OFTHE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE IS: October 27,
2005.
Artorney lor Personal Representalive
RICHARD C PEPER. JR.. ESO..
Florida Bar No. 230928
8833 Perimeter Park Blvd., Suite 602
JacIksonville, Florida 32216
(904) 646-2600
Personal.Representative:
Michael Kames .
8290 Cleary Blvd., #2916
Plantation, FL 33324
LEGAL NO. 7626 Published October 27
and Nov. 3, 2005 in Clay County's Clay
Today newspaper..


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR
CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA. CASE NO: 10-
2005-CA-000995, DIV. E
PATRICK O'NEILL, Plaintiff
R vs. ,- -
RONALD B. STAGINA, Defendant.. -


NOTICE FACTION.
TO: RONALD B. STAGINA-
Last Known Address
P.O. Box 422
Satsuma, FL 32189
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to fore-
close a mortgage- ornthe following property
in Clay County, Florida:.-
LOT 5, BLOCK 35 OF BIG TREE LAKES
SUBDIVISION, SECTION A, A SUBDIVI-
SION, AS PER THE PLATTHEREOF FILED
AT PLAT BOOK 11, PAGES 54-61, OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
PARCEL NO. 14-08-23-001437-271 -00
has been filed against you and you are re-
quired to'serve a copy of your written de-
fenses, if any, to it on Lance Paul Cohen, the.
Plaintiff's attorney, whose-address is Cohen
& Thurston, P.A. 1723, Blanding Boulevard,
Suite 102, Jacksonville,'Fl:-di a 32210. ailh.
in thirty (30) days from the first date of pub-
lication of this notice, and file the original with
the Clerk of this Court either before service
on Plaintiff's attorney or immediately there-
after; otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded in the
complaint or petition.
Dated on this 17th day of October, 2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Circuit
Cpurt,Clay County, by: Debra M. Beyerle,
deputy clerk.
Lance Paul Cohen, Esquire
COHEN & THURSTON, PA.
1723 Blanding Boulevard Suite 102
-Jacksonville, FL. 32210 (904) 388-6500
legal no. 7627 published October 27 and
November 3, 2005 in Clay County's Clay
Today newspaper.


IN THE COUNTY COURT, FOURTH JUDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY COUN-
TY, FLORIDA, CASE NO: 03-177-CC, DIV.
C
ERNEST L. SESSIONS, Plaintiff
vs.
SHAHZAD SAEED, Defendant
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: SHAHZAD SAEED
70 BELLMONT BOULEVARD
ORANGE PARK, FLORIDA 32073-5848
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to en-
force alien on the following property in Clay
County, Florida:
LOTS 12, RIDGEWOOD DIVISION PART
OF.LOT 8, SECTIOr 22 ORAIjGE PARK,
AS RECORDED IN OFFICIAL RECORDS
BOOK 1976, PAGE 253, ACCORDING TO
THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF CLAY COUN-
.TY, FLORIDA. FRE# 02 0809-000-0.
MORE COMMONLY KNOWN AS 534
MADISON AVENUE, ORANGE PARK,
FLORIDA 32065.
has been filed against you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your written de-
lenres., arn,. io ii on G Everenr Burgharal
W iII ,rr., I Ire pl,.r.,.n i an-,rre,r :.ho e a-.
dress is PSrl Orlice Bo. 10293.' Jack :.r.;ille
-Florida 32247-0293, within thirty (30) days
after the first publication of this notice, and
i1.e ire original aiin Ihe ,cerk ot irns ,.cour, e-
il-er relore "er.h'e o':n ine plainiin'.: anorrney/-
or immediately thereafter; otherwise a de-
fault will be ernlered agaih i', ou for the relief
demanded ,r. mie comrriplari or petition.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of this
court on this 15th day of July, 2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of Circuit and
County Courts, by: Linda C. Dix, deputy
clerk. -
legal no. 7628 published October 27 and
November 3, 2005 in Clay County's Clay
Today newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, GENERAL JURISDIC-
TION DIVISION, CASE NO: 10-2003-CA-
1237' '
MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRA-
TION SYSTEMS, INC., Plaintiff
vs.
WALTER MCKillGHT. IF LIVilG.,A [ID IF
DEAD. THE UNIKNJOWN SPOUSE,
HEIRS,D EVISEES. GRANTEES, AS-
SIGNEES, LIENORS, CREDITORS,
TRUSTEES AND ALL OTHER PARTIES
CLAIMING AN INTEREST BY, THROUGH,
UNDER OR AGAINST- WALTER MCK-
NIGHT Ur]KNOWII SPOUSE OF WALTER
MCKf lIGHT, IF ANY,; ..OHr DOE AtiD JArNE
DOE AS UNKNOWN TENANTS IN POS-
SESSION, Defendant(s)
RE-NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to
an Order Granting the Motion to Reset Fore-
closure Sale dated October 17, 2005 en-
tered in Civil Case No. 10-2003-CA-1237 of
Ine Cicui Court of the 4th Judicial Circuit in
and lor Clay County, Green Cove Springs,
Florida. I wiel sell io ihe highest and besi bid-
der for cash at Front Steps :.t Ire Clay Coun-
ty Courthouse, 825 N. Orange Avenue
Green Cove Springs. Florida AT 10:00 A.M.
ON THE 17TH DAY OF NOVEMBER. 2005.
Ihe following described property as sel ionh
itn said Summary Final Judgment, to-wit
LOT 6, BLOCK 1, BLUE KNOLL, AC-
CORDING TO PLAT THEREOF, AS
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 20, PAGE(S)
54, -55, 56 AND 57, OF THE PUBLIC.
RECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA.
TOGETHER WITH A 1980 TIFFIN MOTOR
HOME VIN# TMGA7304TA.
Dated rhis 19th aay ol October. 2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Circuit
Court, by: A. Garrison, deputy clerk.
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICANS
WITH DISABILITIES ACT. persons with dis-
atbillies needing a special accommodation
should contact Court Acministration at tne
- 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
03-21454(FNMA) INL
legal no. 7629 published October 27 and
November 3, 2005-in Clay County's Clay
Today newspaper.


F05013446
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRA-
S1011O SYSTEMS. IIIC.,
Plannirti.
CASE NO. 10-2004-CA-000915
vs.

DIVISION
GLADYS PUCCINI, et al,
Defendantss.

NOTICE OF RESCHEDULED
FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVErI
pursu.anl Io .n Oriaei Rescriedulng ForeClr..-
sure Sale dated October 17, 2005 and en-
tered in Case NO. 10-2004-CA 0009.15 o,
the Circuit Court of-the FOURTH Judicial Cir-
cuit in anr lor CLAi' County, Florida where-
in MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC,
REGISTRATION SYSTEMS; INC., is the
Plaintiff and GLADYS PUCCINI; SEAN P.
TORRES; are the Defendants, I will sellto
.the highest and best bidder for cash at
FRONT DOOR OF THE CLAY COUNTY
COURTHOUSE, GREEN COVE SPRINGS,
FLORIDA at 10:00 A M. on the 17th day
of November. 2005. ihe toilow.ng described
pr''per1r a.s 6r lonrir saiir Final .luaIqmenr
SLOT 177, SOUTHHAMPTON UNIT THREE,
ACCORDING TO PLAT THEREOF AS
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 33, PAGES 11
THROUGH 15 OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS
OF CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA.

A/K/A 2032 Frogmore Drive,
Middleburg, FL 32068

WITNESS MY HAND and the
,seal of this Court on October 18, 2005.
(SEAL) James B. Jettf
Clera, ,-I Irme CircuI C..,un j
By: A. Garrison,Deputy Clerk
Echevarria; Codilis & Stawiarski


P.O. Box 25018 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTH JUDI-
Tampa, Florida 33622-5018 CIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY COUN-
F05013446 TY. FLORIDA, CASE NO. 0J.-CA-217, DIV.
AURORA- CONV B sfarrell B
legal no. 7630 published-October 27 and VERNON RUSH ROCKETT, ll Pia.rni
November 3, 2005 in Clay County's.Clay vs
Today newspaper. SCOTT SMiTH Defendarni
NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT
TO CHAPTER 45
INTHECIRCUITCOURTFORCLAYCOUN- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVErN pur-.uantto
TY, FLORIDA, PROBATE DIVISION, FILE, an Order or Final Judgment of Foreclosure
NO: 10-2005-CP-000099 daled June 7 2004 .and entered ;rin Case N
IN RE: ESTATE OF ROBERTSHAWN MCK-. 04.CA-217, ir, e Circuit Cuun Cl Ine Forunr
IBBINS aecease.- Judcial Crcui ,rn and ior Clry Cc'uri Firr-
NOTICE TO CREDITORS da wherein VERNON RUSH ROCKET, III
The administration of the estate of .sIne Plrarilih and SCOTT SMITH. ine ie-.
ROBERT SHAWN MCKIBBINS, deceased, lenanl ara inar. I wil sellI.:. iriie ri.a-El ard .
whose date of death was, March 20, 2005, rbesal bi.aer lor cash on ilhe counrouue
is pending in the Circuit Court for Clay Coun- steps, front entrance of the Clay County
r', Florida Prot., ai Di;.,;;.;rr, ihe i addre-s of Courthouse, 825 N. Orange Avenue, Green
r.:r..; 82. Oran-e 4"..enue Green.er C ve C:.'e Sprrng-: Florida 320-13 on the 14TH
Sprinrgs FL 3-:i41 Tre namen-, and aa DAY OF NOVEMBER. 2005 AT 10:00 A.M.
dresses of the personal representative and ire ii'-winng daescribea propei-y as -ve; ionri
me periorna representative's attorney are-, in said Order or Final Judgment, to wit:
s.r l.:.rth elow. EXHIBIT "A"
All creadlors ot ine i:ecedeni a.-, in,:,er per- A PARCEL OF LAND SITUATED IN CLAY
sorns. who rna,. c. :aim- or dernar.is against COUNTY, FLORIDA AND BEING A PART
d ecedaerl 5 sale .:rn .Ahoim a '-.cOpv i,;s OF THE SOUTH 800 FEET OF GOVERN-
ri'.i.ce ras meern served. muril ile Iirer clams MENT LOT 2. SECTION 35, TOWNSHIP 4"
-awIh Irhii,:un OuN OR BEFORE THE LATER .SOUTH, .RANGE 25 EAST, AND BEING
OF THE. DATE THAT IS THREE '(3) MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS
MCCONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE. FOLLOWS:
FIRST PUBLICATIOrN OFTHIS NOTICE OR COMMENCE AT -THE NORTHWEST
THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF CORNER OF-SAID SOUTH-800 FEET OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE SAID LOT 2; THENCE ON THE NORTH
-ON THEM. LINE OF SAID SOUTH 800 FEET RUN
All other creditors of the decedent and NORTH 89 DEGREES 00 MINUTES EAST
other persons who have claims or demands 916.2 FEET; THENCE ON THE EASTERLY
against the decedent's estate must file their LINE OF THE SEABOARD COASTLINE
claims with this court WITHIN THREE (3) 'RAILROAD RUN SOUTH 14 DEGREES 20
MONTHS AFTER-THE DATE OF THE MINUTES WEST 31.11 FEET; THENCE ON
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. THE SOUTH LINE OF A COUNTY ROAD
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE AS DESCRIBED IN THE PUBLIC
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IlN SECTION RECORDS OF SAID COUNTY IN DEED
733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE BOOK 110, PAGE 318, RUN NORTH 89
CODE WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. DEGREES 00 MINUTES EAST .581.26
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIOD FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING;
SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED THENCE CONTINUE ON LAST SAID LINE
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE NORTH 89 DEGREES 00 MINUTES EAST
DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS 256.87 FEET; THENCE ON THE ARC OF A
BARRED. CURVE CONCAVE TO THE SOUTHWEST-
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA- ERLY AND HAVING A RADIUS OF 40.0
TION OF THIS NOTICE IS: October 27, FEET RUNACHORD DISTANCE OF56.57
2005. FEET, THE BEARING OF SAID CHORD
Attorney for Co-Personal Representative: BEING SOUTH 46 DEGREES 00 MINUTES
JONATHAN H. GOODMAN, ESQ., EAST: THENCE ON THE WEST LINE OF A
Fiornda Bar No- 293407 COUNTY ROAD AS DESCRIBED IN THE
1377 Cassal Avenue PUBLIC RECORDS OF SAID COUNTY IN
Jacksonv;iie Fiorida 32205 DEED BOOK 110, PAGE 318. RUN SOUTH
l9041 389-1346 01 DEGREES 00 MINUTES EAST 235 0
Co-Personal Represental.ves: FEET; THENCE SOUTH 89 DEGREES 00
Donna Lynn Gay MINUTES WEST 190.0 FEET: THENCE
7842 Holiday Road South SOUTH 01 DEGREES 00 MINUTES EAST
Jacksonville. Florida 32216 20 0 FEET: THENCE SOUTH 89 DEGREES
Mishawn Waller. 00 MINUTES WEST-106;87 FEET; THENCE
4307 East Palm Springs Drive NORTH 01 DEGREES 00 MINUTES WEST
East Point; Georgia 30344 295.0 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGIN-
LEGAL NO. 7633 Published October 27 NING. .
and November 3, 2005 In Clay County's LESS AND EXCEPT.
Clay Today newspaper. A PARCEL OF LAND SITUATED IN CLAY
COUNTY. FLORIDA AND BEING A PART
OF THE SOUTH 800 FEET OF GOVERN-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOFTHE FOURTH MENT LOT 2, SECTION 35, TOWNSHIP 4
.JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR CLAY SOUTH, RANGE-25 EAST, AND BEING
bCObNTY, FLORIDA, CASE NO: 2005-DR- MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS
;'00378.PIV. C -. ,. FOLLOWS.. .. -. ..


CARL JAMES HOWELL, Husband
and
BEATRICE JOCZIK Wile
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
TO: C arl James Howeli
Last Known Address:
Box 22 RR1
Bronaugh, MO 64728
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an ac-
tion for dissolution of marriage has been
|ile. .anda ,,u are required to Siere a :opy o01
vour wrneneri alerine, I any. lo il n wile s
anornry, an':'e name anr adJress is Daniel
P. Delve Ariornev al Law. 1406 Kingsley
Avenue Suile E Orange Park. Florida
32073. on or Celore NOVEMBER 1t1 20(5.
and .iie Ire orignai a*ir, rhe clerk ol Ir,,s
Coun earner ,elore service on iSle i .aln:ir-
riey or mmerrialely iherearter olner*,Fe a
aelaull awil be eorcre1 again. i y.:.u lor ihe re-
ilet demanded in rie rpeliiorc
WITrNESS my hand and -a.1 ol ihs Cuun
on October 3, 2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT,tClerk of Court, by:
Amie Herrera, deputy clerk.
legal no. 7637 published October 27. No-
vember 3, 10 and 17. 2005 in Clay Coun-
ty's Clay Today newspaper.


NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
C apicl Sell Si.:,rage 501 aisr'ing to avail
itself of the provisions of applicable laws of
This State Civil Code Sections 83.801-
83.80) r,ere'.v .gee no:lic- of sale under
said law I.:, wia
On 11 21 05 al Capihol Sell Siorage#501,
3585 Higrway 17, Orange Park, FL 32003
(904) 215-2125,-at 10:00 a.m. of that day,
Capitol Self Storage 501 ,in co'nauc:i a puio-
lic sale to ire r.igh.esi r iaer. :for r.a r, .:.
property coniaine1 in mIre iiclliowing Urnil ni
Name: Uri,, Conienis.
Michael G. Krohn, A058, -c.userild
Constance Rivera, A037, household -
Debbie Leonard, E122, household .
Lorrie Shine, E229, household
Alyssa Strangis, E354, household
Felesia A. Sharp, F023, household.
Owner reser.'ie ire riri, 0 ibid ana 'eijse or
reje.:l an anrd all oiaj Tre .ale is berng'
made to satisfy and owner's lien. The public
is invited to attend.
legal no. 7638 published October 27 and
November 3, 2005 in Clay County's Clay
Today'newspaper.






Section B-22


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


November 3, 2005


COMMENCE AT THE NORTHWEST
CORNER OF SAID SOUTH-800 FEET OF
SAID LOT 2; THENCE ON THE NORTH
LINE OF SAID SOUTH 800 FEET RUN
NORTH 89 DEGREES 00 MINUTES EAST
946.2 FEET; THENCE ON THE EASTERLY
LINE OF THE CSX TRANSPORTATION
RAILROAD RUN SOUTH 14 DEGREES 20,
MINUTES WEST 31.11 FEET; THENCE ON
THE SOUTH LINE OF BRICKYARD ROAD
AS DESCRIBED IN THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF SAID COUNTY IN DEED
BOOK 110; PAGE 318, RUN NORTH 89
DEGREES 00 MINUTES EAST 581.26
FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING;
THENCE CONTINUE ON SAID SOUTH
LINE NORTH 89 DEGREES 00 MINUTES
00 SECONDS EAST, 176.51. FEET;.
THENCE SOUTH 01 DEGREES 00 MIN-
UTES 00 SECONDS EAST 136.47 FEET;
THENCE SOUTH 42 DEGREES 46 MIN-
UTES 26 SECONDS WEST, 100.66 FEET;.-
THENCE SOUTH 01 DEGREES 00. MIN-
.UTES 00 SECONDS WEST, 85.85 FEET;
THENCE SOUTH'89 DEGREES 00 MIN-
UTES 00 SECONDS WEST, 106.87 FEET;
THENCE NORTH 01 DEGREES 00 MIN-
UTES 00 SECONDS WEST, 295.00 FEET
TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. ,
PARCEL.IDENTIFICATION NUMBER: 35-
04-25-008241-000-00
NK/A 250 BRICKYARD ROAD, MIDDLE-
BURG, FLORIDA32068 :
Dated at Green Cove Springs, Clay County,
Florida this October 17, 2005-
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Circuit
Court, by: Amanda L. Ellison, deputy clerk.
THOMAS C. SANTORO. ESQUIRE
Florida Bar No 0784915
1700 Wells Road, Suite 5
Orange Park, FL 32073 -
(904) 278-8713 -
LEGAL NO. 7639 published October 27
and November 3, 2005 in Clay County's
Clay Today newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR
CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO: 10-2005-CA-993-B
DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST
COMPANY, AS TRUSTEE FOR VENDEE
MORTGAGE TRUST 2002-03
Plaintiff,
. vs. .
LAZIERIA SHIELDS; MAURICE MERVIN;
UNKNOWN TENANT I; UNKNOWN.TEN--
ANT II; LAUREL GROVE PLANTATION
OWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC., and any
. unknown heirs, aevisees. granitess, ciedi-
tors, and other unknown persons or un-
known spouses claiming by irrougn and
under angry ot irn saove-named Delendanis
Delendan .


NOTICE FACTION


TO:
MAURICE MERVIN
1789 W 5TH STREET
JACKSONVILLE, FL 32209
OR
1263 CREPE MYRTLE COURT
ORANGE PARK, FL 32073.

UNKNOWN TENANT
1263 CREPE MYRTLE COURT
ORANGE PARK, FL 32073

UNKNOWN TENANTII -
1263 CREPE MYRTLE COURT
ORANGE PARK, FL 32073

LAST KNOWN ADDRESS STATED; CUR-
RENT RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
And any unknown heirs, devisees,-
grantees, creditors and other unknown per-
sons or unknown spouses claiming by,_
through and under the above-named Defen-
dant(s), if deceased or whose last known
addresses are unknown.' .
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action to foreclose Mortgage cover-
ing the following real and personal property
described as follows,.to-wit:
Lot 1, LAUREL GROVE PLAN-
TATION AT ORANGE PARK. according ro
Ine plat iriereol. as recorded in plat Boo' 30.
Pages 45 through 55. inclusive. mine Pub-
lic Records ol Clay County. Florida
has been filed against you and you are re--
quired to serve a copy ol your wrillen de-
fenses, if any, to it. on Shawn L. Demers,
Butler & Hosch, P.A., 3185 South Conway
Road. Suile E, Orlando, Florida 32812 and
file Ine original wlh Ine Clerk of the above-
styled Court on or before 30 days from the
Insi publication, otherwise a Judgment may
De entered against you lor the relief de-
manded in the Complaint.
WITNESS my hand and seal of
sa.d Court on the 21si day ol October. 2005.
In accordance win ire Americans With
Disabhilies Act. persons wir, dasabilites
needing a special accommoJdaiorn to panic-
ipate in this proceeding should contact
Martha Butler, Supervisor, Circuit Civil, 825
N; Orange Avenue, Green Cove Springs,
Florida. telephone (904J1269-6349, not later
than seven 17) days prior to the proceeding.
II hearing impaired, (TDD) 1-800-955-8771,
or Voice (V) 1-800-955-8770, via Florida
Relay Service.
(SEAL) James B. Jett
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By Amie Herrera,
Deputy Clerk -
legal no. 7640 published October 27 and
November 3, 2005 in Clay County's Clay,
Today newspaper.


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING


AMENDING FY 2005-2006 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT

PROJECTS FUND BUDGET

The Board ol Counry Commissioners of Clay Counry, Florida, will hold a public hearing Tuesday. November 8, 2005. at 5:10
p.m. or as soon thereafter as can be heard in the Board ot County Commiss;oners Meeting Room on The Fourth Floor ol Ine
Clay County Administration Building 477 Houston Street. Green Cove Springs. Florida 10 consider AN AMENDMENT TO THE
CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS FUND BUDGET FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 2005-2006

Section 129 06(2)ti of nhe Florida Slalules stipulates that if an amerrdmeni to a budget i;s required ot a purpose not specilical-
v authorizedd in Section 129.06iai-ile unless oinerwise prohibiedA by law ihe amendment may be authorized by resolution or
ordinance oi ihe Board of County Commissioners adopted lollowing a public hearing and -

The Clay County Board ci Counrv Commissioners recognizes an ,increase in ihe carry Ic.rward estimate in the Capital.
Improvement Projects Fund. whicri is above ire adopted FY 2005-2006 esuimale. The Capital Improvement Projects Fund will
necessailv experience a revenue increase. Various expenditures will accordingly increase in Ihis Fund.

Pursuani 10 Section 129 06i211n of ire Florida Stalute. its proposed that me following amenmenis ,increasing the Capital
" Improvement Projects luna budget for fiscal year 2005-2006 to $39,435 132 be adopted. .


REVENUES
Prior Year Carry Forward
305-399002
TOTAL REVENUES


EXPENDITURES
Electronic Balloi Tabulalion Sysiem
305-61-564100

Road Construction-Public WorKs Improvementsr
305-24-563000

Lakeshore Property
305-48-563000

Moccasin Sdliugh
305-95-563000 .


TOTAL EXPENDITURES


INCREASE.
276,052 -

$276,052

INCREASE
$40,464


$142,223


$72,690

$20,675



$276.052


All interested persons are invited to attend thne public heanng and be heard by Ine Board on matters pertaining to the proposed budg-
et amendment. -
Pursuant to Section 286.0105, Flonda Statutes. a person deciding to appeal any decision made Dy the Board wih respect lo any mal.
ler considered at ine meebng of the Board at which the public hearing is held or al any subsequent meeting lo which the Board has con-
linued ais deliberations is advised thaI such person will need a record ol all proceedings and may need to ensure final a verbaiim record
.of all proceedings is made. which must include the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based. A copy ol the pro-
posed ordinance may be inspected by members of the public in Ihe office ol Ine Clay County Budget Director. Fourth Floor of said
Administration Building, between the hours ol 8-00 a m. and 4.30 p.m Monday through Friday. excluding legal holidays
In accordance with the Amencans With Disablities Act any person needing a spec ial accommodation o10 participate in this matter should
contact the Clay County ADA Coordinator by mail ai PosI Office Box 1366. Green Cove Spnngs. Florida 32043 or by telephone at nurm-'
Ber (904) 269-6376, no later lhan three (3) days pnor ro the hearing or proceeding for wnich in.s notice has beer g.ven. Hearing impaired
'persons can access the foregoing telephone number by contaclng the Florida Relay Service at 1-800-955-8770 (Voice),. or 1-800-955-
8771 (TDD)

Board olCounry Commissioners, -
SClay Cournty. Florda : '


SLegal no. 7645 published Nov. 3, 2005 in Clqpy.ty's ,Cla Today newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR
CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE NO: 10-2003-CA-1181-E
DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST
COMPANY, AS TRUSTEE
Plaintiff,
vs. -
KELLY J. SLEDGE; WENDY L. SLEDGE,
and any unknown heirs, devisees, grantees,
creditors, and other unknown persons or un-
known sp,:,ui'es claiming or t' hrougr .and
under any-of the above-named Defendants,
Defendants..
AMENDED NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE
-NOTICE is hereby givern hal the
undersigned Clerk ol Ine Circul Courtun o
Clay County,, Florida,,will on the 21st day of
November 2005, at 10:00 o'clock A.M at
the Front door of the Clay County Court-
house, in Green.Cove Springs, offer for sale
and sell at public outcry to the highest and
best bidder for cash, the following-described
property situate in Clay County, Florida:
Lot 6, Block 4, BELLAIR UNIT
NO. 8, according to the plat thereof as
recorded in Plat Book 14, Pages 61 and 62,
of the public records of Clay County Florida.
pursuant to the Amended Final Judgment
-entered in a case pending in said Court, the
style of which .s indicated abooe
WITNESS my hand and crucial
seal of said Court mis 20th day ol Octooer
2005.
In accordance with the Americans With
DisabDilines Act. persons wIn disaOliiles
needing a special accommodation to panic-
,pate in this proceeding should contact
Marnna Buller. Supervisor, Cicull Civil 825'
N. Orange Avenue, Green Cove Springs,;
Florida. telephone (9041 269-6349, not later
than seven 171 days prior to the proceeding
II nearing impaired. (TDDI 1-800-955-8771.
or Voice (V) 1-800-955-8770, via Florida
Relay Service..
(SEAL) James B. Jett
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
Amie Herrera, Deputy Clerk
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF
Shawn L. Demers
Butler& Hqsch, P.A.
3185 S. Conway Rd., Ste. E
Orlando. Fiordaa 32812
(407) 381-5200
legal no. 7642 published October 27 and
November 3, 2005 in Clay County's Clay
Today newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR
CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA, CASE NO: 05-
CA-950
JOSEPH BARRESI JR. AND PRISCILLA
BARRESI, Plaintiffs
vs. -


NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
On December 01, 2005, at 10:00 a.m.,


CURTIS J. FURMAN, et al., Defendants,
NOTICE OFACTION-
TO: CURTIS.J. FURMAN .
Last Kr, ..,'n A4d:re ..
4854 Darodeli,.r. Sireie
Middleburg, Florida 32068
YOU ARE IJOTIFIED ih-al r acl,,ri.n i. i :,re.
close a rn.-ngage on ire iollowingr prc.per-
in Clay County, Florida: .
LOT 8, BLOCK 93 JACKSONIVILLE
SOUTH, UNIT TWO. ACCORDING TO THE
PLAT TH-EREOF RECORDED irn PLAT
BOOK 11 PAGES 1.13, INCLUSIvE. OF-
THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF CLAY COUN-
TY, FLORIDA. .
has been liled against you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your written de-
lense. ,I any. O1 ii c.n Lance Paul Conen, the.
Plairirt ahiorney, wrose address is Conen
& Thurston. P.A. 1723 Bland.ng Boulevard.
Suite 102. Jacksonville. Florida 32210 w-in-
in inirry 1301 days from the firsl dale of pub-
licanon on or before DECEMBER 5. 2005 of
this police and lile ihe ,original win Ine Clerk
ol Inms Court eilner before service on Ine
Plainiitl s anorney or immediately thereafter.
oiherwse a delaull will be entered against
you for the reliel demanded in Ihe complaiinl
or petition.
DATED on this 26in day oil OcloDer. 2005
(SEAL JAMES B JETT Clerk of tIhe Circuit
Coun. Clay County, Fiorida, Dy: Amie Her-
rera, deputy clerk
LANCE PAUL COHEN, ESQUIRE .
COHEN &THURSTON, P.A. :
1723 Blanding Boulevard, Suite 102
Jacksonville, Florida 32210
(904) 388-6500
legal no. 7643 published November 3 and
10, 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 10-2005-
CA-986
DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST
COMPANY. AS TRUSTEE. OF
AMERIOUEST MORTGAGE SECURITIES.
INC., ASSET BACKED PASS THROUGH
CERTIFICATES, SERIES 2004-R9, UNDER
THE POOLING AND SERVICING AGREE-
MENT DATED AS OF SEPTEMBER 1,
2004, WITHOUT RECOURSE, Plaintiff
vs.
TAMELA M INTRIERI. et al. Defendant
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: PETER INTRIERI
Last Known Address: 1001 HIBERNIA FOR-
EST DRIVE, GREEN COVE SPRINGS. FL,
32043
If alive, and if dead, all parties claiming in-
leresi by. ihrojugh, under or against PETER
IIITRIERI and all panes raving cor claiming
to nave any r.ght. itle or irneresi in the prop-
erty described herein
YOU ARE NOTIFIED Thai ar. aci..on Ior
Foreclosure ol Mortgage on the loilowing oe-
'scriDec property:
THE LAND REFERRED TO IN THIS EX-
HIBIT IS LOCATED INJ THE COUNTY OF
CLAY AND THE STATE OF FLORIDA IN
DEED BOOK 1799 AT PAGE 578 AND DE-
SCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: LOT 25, HIBER-
NIA FOREST, UNIT 2, ACCORDING TO
PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 5. PAGE 48, OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY FLORIDA
has been filed against you anr you are re-
quired to serve a copy :,1 your wrinen de-
lenses. It any, to it on Lisa M. Rogers
Anorney lot Pianih wr,-ose address is 951
N.E 1671h Sireei. Suite 204. Nortr, Miami
'Beach, FL. 33162 wMir.in 30 da,, after he
11H.,l publcal...n 1I inis nsn.:.ce and file ne olrg-
rdnal win Ine Clerk cI irus Ccoun either before
service on Plaintiff's artorrney or immediale-
ly treieatler. otherwise a delaull will De en-
tered against you for the relief demanded in
the Complaint.
WITNESS my hand anda Ire seal of this
Court this 25th day of October, 2005.
(SEAL) JAMESBB. JETT, Clerk of the Court,
by: A. Garrison, deputy clerk.
A copy of this Notice of Action, Complaint
and Lis Peridens were sent to irie detendani
anrd address named above.
In accordance with the Americans with Dis-
abilities Act, persons needing a reasonable
accommodation to participate in irns pro-
ceed.ng should. no later than, seven (71 days
prior, contact the.Clerk of the Court's dis-
ability coordinator at (904) 284-6349,825 N.
Orange Avenue. Green Cove Springs. FL
32043. II hearing impaired, contact (TDD) via
Florida Relay System.
Ben-Ezra & Katz, P.A.
96.1 N. E 1671hn Street. Suite 204
North Miami Beach, FL 33162
legal no. 7644 published November 3 and
10, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


STATE ATTORNEY NO. 05CA 059056
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, CASE NO 05-CA-526,
DIV. CV-A : :
IN RE FORFEITURE OF THE FOLLOW-
ING DESCRIBED PROPERTY.
1994 Honda Accord
VIN# 1 HGCD5651RA042607 "
Rick-Beseler, as SnerNtlf l Clay County-
vs..-
JULIO A. RODRIGUEZ-MARTINEZ
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE COMPLAINT
TO: ALL PERSONS CLAIMING A SECURI-
TY OR OTHER INTEREST IN THEABOVE-
DESCRIBED PROPERTY.
The above-described property was seized
pursuant to the provisions of the Florida
Contraband Forfeiture Act, Florida Statutes
932.701-707, by the Clay County Sheriff's
Office on 05-02-05, at or in the vicinity of 349
Gano Avenue, Orange Park, Clay County,
Florida. The Clay Cqunty Sheriff's Office is
currently in possession of said property and
has filed a Complaint for the purpose of for-
leilure of said property in the Circuit Court of
the Fourth Judicial Circuit of Florida. In order
to proleci your ngnts you must file an Answer
to the Complaint with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court, Clay County Courthouse, Green Cove
Springs, Florida, within twenty (20)-days of
this publication. You must also serve a copy
of your Answer on Complainant's Counsel,
'David Young, Assistant State Attorney, State


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legal no. 7646 published November 3,
2005 in Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR CLAY COUN-
TY, FLORIDA, PROBATE DIVISION, FILE
NO: CP-05-299. DIV A
IN RE: ESTATE OF MERILYN DOWLING
BROWN, deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tne admanislraion ofl me estate ol MERI-
LYN DOWLING BROWN, deceased. whose
dare or dean was Augusl 7, 2005. is pend-
ing in the Circui Court lor Clay County. Flori-
da Probale Division: Ihe address of whicr is
825 N1.1 Orange Avenue. Green Cove,
Springs. FL 32043 The names and ad-
dresses 01 the personal representative and
the personal represenlalive's anorney are
setfornn below.
All credilors ol the decedent and other per-
sons who have claims or demands against
decedenl s estate on whom a copy of Ihis
notice has been served, rrust ile ineir claims
wilh Iris court ON1 OR BEFORE THE LATER
OF THE DATE THAT IS THREE (3)
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR
THIRTY 130i DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF'
SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE
ON THEM.
-All other creditors of the decedent and
other persons who have claims or demands
against ire decedent s estate must ile their
claims will his couun WITHIN THREE 13l
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH INl SECTION
733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE
CODE WILL BE FOREVER BARRED
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIOD
SET FORTH ABOVE. ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO 121 YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT S DATE OF DEATH IS
BARRED.- '. .. '':- -
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE IS. No.vermer 3,
2005.
Anorney for Persorial Representaiive
RICHARD W COBB, ESO.
Florida Bar IJo 0107477
431 Stowe Avenue ....
Orang-e Park FL 32073
(904) 269-5800 ..
Personal Representative
Stephanie Williams
289 Sparrow Branch Circle.
Jacksonville FL 32259
LEGAL NO. 7647 Published November 3
and 10, 2005 in Clay Counrty's Clay Today
newspaper.








November 3, 2005


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


Section B-23


Attorney's Office, Fourth Floor, Clay County
Courthouse, Green Cove Springs, Florida..
Failure to do so may result in the entry of a
default against you and a Final Order of For-
feiture of the above-described property.
Detective Theresa Dampier
Clay County Sheriff's Office.
legal no. 7648 published November 3 and
10, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


STATE ATTORNEY-NO: 05CA 083477
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOUR'
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CL
COUNTY, FLORIDA, CASE NO: 05-CA-7
DIV. CV-E
IN RE: FORFEITURE OF THE FOLLO
ING DESCRIBED PROPERTY:
1995 Dodge Van
VIN# 2B4G1145R1SR283522
Rick Beseler, as Sheriff of Clay County
vs.
PAUL R.BARRY
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE COMPLAIN
TO: ALL PERSONS CLAIMING A SECU
TY OR OTHER INTEREST IN THEABOV
DESCRIBED PROPERTY.
The above-described property was seize
pursuant to the provisions of the Flori
Contraband' Forfeiture Act, Florida Statua
932.701 707, by the Clay County Sheri
Office on 06-04 .j acr r ir, ie .i;c;init Ci 2
S. Orange Avenue Gern Co:.e- Sprin
Clay County, Fo.ri.-a Tre Clay C:unr', Sr.
iff's Office is currently in possession of si
property and'has filed a Complaint for t
purpose of forneri e ,ci .-aid pr:pe-rrc t inr
Circuit Cour *i Irie F.:.unr. Judc ,i al Cair-:ul
-i'.rja in i r i:r prco eci your rights y
T i.u.I.I e an An- .er ic. nr, C:mpianir air. i
Clerk' Tr me Cir.:uit Court, Clay County Co
those, Green C-.:..'E Sprinr Fl:orida wvil
twenty (201 oa-, .:.t ir-is put.:.icai,-r. n
TriiJuI aiu. .: r.e a cop, -jr vjur Arn.ier
C.:omplain anr C:-un'el CDy,.. iourng.
,iriani Sl ae Alnorne., S laie Anrrney Ori,
Fo..unr Fl,:.lr Clai' Courni, Courin.ru.
S Green Cc..,e Sprinrci Fi.:,ida. Failure to
S. so may rinuii;r in c eni-r, c.: a def3ui a.ga,
you and a Final Order '.- F.:.rleiiure- i
anco.ede:cr'd prrpen,. ,
S- Dece:-le Thre-i a Damper
'Cla Cc.unr, Sririin' Cinice
legal no. 7649 published November 3 a
10, 2005 'in Clay County's Clay Tod
newspaper. .-


INTHECIRCi.iITCOLURTFOR CLAY COU
TY, FLORIDA, PROBATE DIVISION, FI
tIC' 05 -CP.-0 DIV E-
ll- RE ESTATE OF FRAN, .J [.1ORu -i
c "'' ceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To,' a" T e nira i.:, r. e e'.ale cI FRIt
: ORAt i. .eaie d Wr .-iai i de
; a-. .jul, 11 -005 ,per.n in r. Inr, Cir:
C.-unJ I.r Cla, C',ounr,, Fliio a Pro-.ale- C
: on Irne address: .-I whcr,, i: 825 Orar
Atenue G'-eno C',- Sprinra FL 320d.
Tr,. nramer and ad res. .:.1 m-i pi er;r-
Srpresenliai..e and ite pe ai-nal repre-. en
S r.e anorne, are e1 Ic'nn tel,.A
All n rctr. r-- .:i In: e ic..-. denln ao ,,Cn-r p
.nr,. who ria Cilaime .r .demand: agail
d e,:edeni 5 *-al 1 ,On uhr.m a COp,' .1l II
a- noice r.a': r. served,. Imu l il Ineir clai
w u lhmire, c.:u-ilON OR BEFORE THE LATi
OF THE DATE THAT iS THREE
I. MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF Tt
FIRST PUBLiCATIOINOF THIS fiOTCE
S H. I THIRT' j130 DA'i'S AFTER THE DATE I
SERVICE OF A COPY OF THiS NOTi:
S I. THEtM
All .:,ir.,er cre.dii 'r- .:.l he- decc.jenl a
: rer person" Aro ,ria.e Claim: ,:.r ,.j rr.arn
aar I Inrc d. ce.e rni e-lae rTusi ,l ie inr
Clams iir. ini :couri WITHINt THREE I
..OrJTHS AFTER THE DATE OF Ti
FIRST PUBLICATIONS OF THIS NOTICE
ALL CLAiMlS rIOT FILED WITHINi Tt
; TIME PERIODS SET FORTH III -ECTI(
3302 OF THE FLORIDA PROBA
CODE WILL PE FOREVER BARRED


NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIOD
SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS
BARRED.
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TIONOF THIS NOTICE IS: November 3,
2005. .
Attorney for Personal Representative:
JOHN F. TOLSON, JR. ESQ.,
Florida Bar No: 158761
462 Kingsley Avenue
Orange Park, FL 32073
(904) 269-0050
Personal Representative:.
Nicole Moran Proulx
2319 Sterling Way
Orange Park, FL 32003 "
LEGAL NO. 7650 Published November 3
and 10, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.-


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR CLAY COUN-
IT TY, FLORIDA, PROBATE DIVISION, FILE
RI- NO: 05-CP-281, DIV. B
'E- IN RE: ESTATE OF DARREN M.
ARMENTROUT, deceased: .
zed NOTICE TO CREDITORS
da The administration of the estate of DAR-
tes REN M. ARMENTROUT, deceased, whose
off's date of death was, September'13,-2005, File
_0J Number 05-CP-281 is pending in the Circuit
1sa Court ior Cila., c.uni., Fic.-ija, Probate Divi-
er- sion; tnre ad-e,:- m' rich 825 N. Orange.
aid Avenue, Green Cove 'Springs, FL 32043.
the Tre name and odlre-es : in e persrna1
rn "pre:er.e l..c a rd ei pe-riC, r.nal rpresenira-
-I I: e ran.rr.:r-, are .'er iir- btelc:.*
ou All creditors of the decedent and other per-
irn. E:.r. A -. ha,.e claims or demands against
ur- oc :e.enr iai.re on whomfa copy of this
hiin licr e rh1a ,el:e.r s ,e-, mTiuil ii. Ine. Clayin-
-ou .m ir, t ct.un i O OR BEFORE THE LATER
,:.r, OF THE DATE THAT IS THREE (3)
A-. MONTHS AFTEP THE DATE OF THE
- FIRST PUBLIC ATIOlI OF THIS NOTICE OR
Ce THIRTY 03m;1 DAYS FTEF. THE DATE OF
do SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS-NOTICE
nir -ON THEM,. .
r.e Alln olir r :redil. .: f inre de.:ed.rtl and
other persons who have claims or demands
ada.ni here dec-deni z eslale must file their-
'l.aI wr,i iri cc. un WITHINr THREE (3)
nd t.MOIiTHS AFTER THE L-ATE OF THE
ay FIRST PUBLIC ATIOt OF THIS NOTICE.--
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION'
733 702 OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE
IN- CODE WILL BE FOREVER BARRED
LE rJO TWITHSTAtlDINIG THE TIME PERIOD
SET FORTH ABOV'.E Anl'Y CLAIM FILED,
a. TWO i2 'r'EARS OR IORE AFTER THE
DECEDEIiTS DATE OF DEATH IS
E4RREL' :'- '
JK THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
lin TiOrl OF THI-iS iOTICE IS ri.:..emrrc.r 3
uir 2.3005
A Anc ,rr. e, i-r Per.-ral Repre-'Ceila .e
.C JOHr T SEFTOii ESO
13 FlOj Bar I1 18 I- 'T5[ J
nal Fole,, ; Larjner LLP
la- One irOdepen.-eril Dr-.e Suile 1 ,00
.i ,: c.riOn,,ne Flori a o, :.i'i;
er. 1-1, 359-8 16
n'i PFer.ronal Rlepr:eri a.l .e
ri,; D.ar.- Renir,.
ri, 148-184 Gladolu Ace nue
ER Orar.nge PaTi Finrla 3'2073
3' LEGAL NO. 7652 Published November 3
HE and 10. 2005 in Clay County s Clay Today
OR newspaper.
OF
CE
itd THE CIRCUIT COURT OF r.IADISC r
rid COuNT'i' ALAB"t.1A CASE i CF D C5-
i,1 12:'11
e.r l RE THE .1ARRiACr.E OF CHARLES
1' DAVID BAKER Plan,r.i
-HE %-.
KARI LY'1 II BAKER Oelrcnani
H E NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
Ori Kar. L,nn Bale.r. : C.-e wrhereat.:uli.: are
TE ur.-.nc-.o. r muil ansr wer Cr.iiles Da.,i.
Bal-.r ., CCormpla.inl I.ir Di..,rce ana ulr er


NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIVE

PUBLIC HEARING

THE PUBLIC IS HEREB'r NOTIFIED iral mIne Cla Count, Board l .
Counr.v Corrimrssioneri wll .:.old an admirnsaiiali.ie public : nearlri. Tuesda,
INov'ember 8 2005. at 3:30 p.m O as anor increartir a canr, e reward in ire Board
oI County Commi.so5nern Meeling Roo'm rn ine Founn Fliori orthe Clay Country
Admimsiallion Building 477 HOuaion Streel Green Ccve Spingq, Florida lIr he
purpose or considering an appl:aion lor irancrise aurnortrv consent 10 assignment
or rani Ier ol control i cable leleviison rancrhiie tirandler .2-i Galaxy Cabilevi..on
cable television Irancnise o10 Florida Catie. Inc i
All i.neresled persons are invited I. anlend ite public hearing and lCe neard l5,y the
Board on matters perdaining to ine above-relerenced proposed applicanlon for Iran:-
for ol cable leievision Iranchse agreement.
Pursuanti o Section 286.0105 Florida Staiules, a person deciding to
appeal any decision made Dy me Board warn expect o10 any mailer considered at the
meeting ol the Board at which the public nearing is held or at any subsequent meel-
ing to which the Board nas continued its deliberations is advised that such person
will need a record of all proceedings and may need to ensure Inat a verbatim record
of all proceedings is made, whicri must include the testimony and evidence upon
wnich Mte appeal is to be based.
In accordance with ine Americans With Disabilihes Act, any person need-
ing a special accommodation to participate in in;s matter should contact the..Glay
County ADA Coordinator by mail at Post Office Box 1366. Green Cove Springs.
Florida 32043. or by telephone at number (904) 269-6376. no later than three (3)
days pnor to the nearing or proceeding for which this notice nas been given. Healing
impaired persons carr access the foregoing telephone number by contacting the
Flonaa Relay Service at 1-800-955-8770 (Voice), or 1-800-955-8771 (TDD).

Board of County Commissioners
Clay County, Flonda. .

legal no. 7569 published October 20 and November 3, 2005 In Clay County's
Clay Today newspaper.
-- - -.


relief by Decembrer 26 2005 or iriereraner a
judgment by default may be rendered.
against her in case Number DR 05-1311.'
Done this 31st day oc OctoDer 2005
JANE SMITH, Circuit Clerk
Madison County Courthouse
100 Northside Square
Huntsville, AL 35802
legal no. 7654 published November 3, 10,
17 and 23, 2005 in Clay County's Clay
Today newspaper.


STATE OFFLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION'
PUBLIC NOTICE OF INTENT TO ISSUE
CONSTRUCTION PERMIT
The Department of Environmental Protec-
[iO:r.' i. =; r li.:. .:.l iiJ ; ii ni-ni to issue a per-
rr,,i i, ie tGC.C c: iwr...:n has a mailing
address of 2001 Rexford Road, Charlotte,
North Carolina 28211. This project is for the
classification of the mixer-receiving vessel
(existing) as an emission point of Emissions
Unit 008sConcrete Batching Operation. The
facility (New NGC, Irnc.-Unifix USA) is locat-
ed at'1767 Wildwood Road, Green Cove
Springs, Clay County, Flofida. The Depart-
Tier, r.a-. ai iiqried fi.l number 01 .u005i .
,0'7.AC Ii. 1r. pr.-. e:i. ..
The Department will accept written com-
Tef-ni' ..,r ncrninrg l, pr.:.p,:.i .ed perm.-i
uiar..:r- Ciir, for a period i 1t 1I I I.:,uneerin
day,sir.:,, ir,e ,aie ui pub.li.al:.ri ,,i PUBLIC
UiOTiCE OF IriTEnT TO liSUE COlt.
STRUCTiOii PERMIT W.irier, .:.:.mmer, .i
,-houl. d p.iC.',ded i.:. ire Fl:.ri..-r D, eparn-
.ment of Environmental Protection, Northeast
[, irici C, i ;e 78 ',: Ba. ,mead,-w; W'a,
Suite B200 Jc:i .:n. iIle F.lorcia 3?2256
7590. Arn, wrqri c.orinmerri liled -haill '
mad- a,. ilarle for'putl.ic .iripecii.:.n II ar.-i
er. c.:.mnmriier rec.:eied r-e ,ui ir a -;irni:r -ni
cr.nge .,nin r pr.:-p.i, .3 ay .en,:,, a .r r.e
ODpanneni, ehall re .i irie Ipriopu. pe-rmni
ar.d require it .pp.h:'ri:le ar,.:ir.er PubliL ri.-
tice.
A person whose-substantial interests are
an e o.3 I:,,' i- pr.op'.. i permniring ,ei..-.i:i
m5,' preilrI.n Ilr ar .adrri sir ~i..' pr:ociee -
ing (hearing) under.Sections 120.569 and
.120.57 of the Flor'.da Sialute' iFS.i The pe-
tition mujl c:.-ri. Irie .ni.,rmai.nh ci i r.
below arnd Tji ,I e i.-l ire.:ei..ed ,ri Ire Ot-
iic e -i General Counsel of the Department at
6900 Co .rnm r.n aiiri e .:.uile..-r.a It1.i1 la-
ncrn Taliarl a,:_ee Ficnria 2' -'3:- ,,
Peiir.:.r,.i bl d b, ire i p rri appl ic a or ran.,
.:.1 Ire p-anne: h-_ie, el,., m,j i .lIe hlil, A, irh.
ir, I: u.l e r, da, r eT.-ipi r.:, Ir.ni- : i- i.31
lentl P lotionn:, hled ,v an, person: .ri Ier
ir.,an ir..:.,e r-niied i:-. rllir, nr.ice under
Ser.-.'.r 1 'ri:i01i F Urriu .i e C i'i; w Iriir
"Cun r.,li ,, -, I.:. p.i j li.- 1|i.:.r ', l irne publtii r .
i.:e ,r alhrn i..ij -reen .a a c.i rcepi -.i ir.i;
r,: I,,: ,,I iie ri. iur,.:re.,er ,...:ur-: i r. Ur,. ;r
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n ar, r .e 1 ir..a C'.E-panrl ri i r ri.:.T.ce T :i
aygric, ac,-i'r.i i- Iv ie a peli c.nr Aitra .ir.ur.
l.en a,. :.i riecepl ..rI iral noi.: e. rcqardless
Ol ir, ail .: 1 piili:.a.:i, r.n p lil.:.ri r ,raii
rial a3 ccpvi :. irin petl litcrn I,., I ai.- ,pplican, al
Ire ,dce :,ri.ic ile. C.e al inc i rie h in e : Ii l-
rin. g iri- failure ,:i, ar, per.,.rn I :. ii a p hi|.:rl
air'r, hie appr:.pri~le im- per.:nc3 r.all .:.:.rn
liiule i wa .er ,:,i iri.. pers,.on i nghrl Ic. r. -
que:r an a3.jny ir, ii. r ..e .iier iT,,na,.:n
rir rnni:i ur:o'er S,-.:.:.r 120 .569 ar'.d
1 i: 7 F S., r i. irnlre.nre in r prc:.r.ee.-
.ing and pa'-.:.pale a- a parn, 10 ii Anr -m.U
:equenl irier-niir.,n .vII ic ,only at inr,
appr.-, 1 :.- tire pr i.c.ing .ir,--i upr' ire lii.-



NOTICE OF MEETING

The 2005-2006 Clay County
Charter Review Commission
will hold a meeting on Monday,
November 21, 2005, 7:00 p.m.,
at the Orange Park Town Hall,
Orange Park, Florida, 32073.
All interested persons are invit-
ed to atlend.
In accordance with .the
Americans Wilh Disabilities-Act,
any person needing a special
accommodation to participate in
this matter should contact the
Clay County ADA Coordinator
by mail at Pcst Office Box 1366,
Green Cove Springs, .Florida
32043, or by telephone at num-
ber (904)269-6376, no later
than three (3) days prior to the-
meeting for which: this notice
has been given. Hearing
impaired persons can access
the foregoing telephone num-
ber by contacting the Florida
Relay Service at 1-800-955-
8770 (Voice) or 1-800-955-
8771 (TDD) ".

Charter Review Commission
Clay County, Florida

legal no. 7651 published November
3, 2005 In Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper. .
"', 'CL.T 4405


ing oi a motion in compliance wirn Rule '26
106 2l0S .i the Florida Amr,.ir.ir.e COde
(F.A.C.).
A petition that disputes the material facts
c-rn .whnr, irhe Depanrrrienr s aclon 's taeod
:TiJ;I -,'.rn aiin Ire iIIoll ,,.ng inlormaiiln,
A Tne rnmr- .and addreS:. I eaCch agency
artcied and c rcr ag.cr: t -. lie Ci icra3e l.Ca.
i. crni rnjmTber.r i no.'n
".B. The name, address, and telephone.
rnurrum r oi ii-,e piiiiiri.oner TIie n ane .addrea s
an r ieieprr.:.ri rnurumer o..i irn pe-iioner'
iepre.-.nr ai.e I nan., y r...:r. r.:all c ire i ad-
ore-- i.:.r w:r.ice purp:.-es during inec.OurSe
C.1 ir-e proceed.jng lan n e -.plarialor, oil rhwc
S Ir,- peio rr i : ,uJ l;ani.iil tiiereSi1s ll ti
arlicl Lr, the g,- n.:. ,jr irlrn an i..n
.- A sialer ni ..T n.:,... r an rien peiiiioner
ne.e.-. r.C.:b,- .I Ie r. aqein.:., acii.on or pro-.
Spo.ed j i,.:-.r,
D. A statement of all disputed issues of ma--
Srenal Iart i itrere a'e ri,:.nr ine peiiiCn rm niu
S-_',' :,ale
E ,:,*.r.:',eqlraiylmerni :of lheuiiim.,ie lari
aii.le-ed in.:iij r, 3 in- i p .:. n laci: ir.e piel,
inner .:c.ril-id ,yrrarni re.eri:al orI mo -dii-
ca.lr .:.I ire ager-,:,' propo.-ed action
F. A Ialemerni l lr.,e ipe:il..: ruJle, or
* statutes ine pcil-,n-:r c:i:Oleni require re-
versal or m,.jli.::.r, ,:1 Ire age nc,'- piro
p-.:.ed a,:l.:n ana.
G A :iaicrlT enl .'i inr. rei.el sr.ugrni ty ire
peilorric l Si Iling p,.n-_':.l, ime a.: lir. p h-.
ii-oner Aw'ri.i re .i a n: u10 laVe' wii re p e.:i
: Irre agency: prop.:.ised acicr.
A peiic:.n nmal ,,e- rn.:.i ipul in.e maler-.
.1 Ia,.:T upn wrni.:r Irne Deparnneinri : a"y:.rin
D; ..i-e- lnail *l.iie iral r,:. -uc i.:i are .ri
dispute arnd .o:I, ,ii,'e shall .:.:.niir. Ire
same information.as set forth above, as re-
luir-.d C., Rule ri.1' 16 : 1 FA ,
Beu -aue tie i drr mirii :ral,. hearing
c:e'.s -: i -s;gned i:, fi'ormiTuialc inali
agenci- ac tlrn irn Ih wilngii .l a pilio rn rnmean-
trial, e Depanm rnenl S inrl :aci:nrmaynv Il.- i-
f-refni lr.om inre p.:. l r. Ial,en pt, .1 n ir.i r.n..
"tin Fer n.:,nr. v oi a- : iup-lanial ,r.le-re/it .'11
S e .eallie:ljd E. ar'i uC:rl iinal dei .:,rii .:.t Ih-i
Depaninien .:.n ine appi.':caiir. r a. l irn rin
ic. peiili. I.:. b te :.icme .a par, i: ihie pIrc.:eeid-
,n, in acC.i dery,: .,in ine requir-rernis -eli
l.:.nr. a ,:..e
Tne appli:, aiiron i, available f.:.r puti..: n-
p-.:Ii':.r ,iin._ r..jrl al pu,irimi I,.ij-u cE 00
a M T .:. i00l p rr, r.l:.rday ir.:-ugr, Fro.i-',
except legal rc.ii a, i the Department bf
.Enr..'ro iri niaie l Prol-: :-lir., t .:.-inie li D irlci
Cin.c. .5'5 B6,read.y.; Wa-, Sule B,2":,
Jac.t i.on.1-. Floriaj i 322'5r..5 .
legal no. 7655 published November 3,
2005 in Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper.


Il[ THE CIRCUIT C OI-IRT OF THE FOULITH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE :TATE OF
FLORIDA Ii AIND FOR CLA,' COLUNlT,'
CIVIL ,CTIOrl CASE iJO 5.1 7. A'-.
GREEti TREE SER...CIIi. LLC PFlainirl

ROBERT K OGL..'IE iVALERiE D
OGILV.IE, CLAY HILL AREA OWtERS AS-.
SOCiATIOtI. IJC CiC'Hll DOE t4iD _AriE
DOE Ur1K JiOWNI TEr JAITiSi D-eendanir
NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT
TO F.S. CHAPTER 45
NrOTICE I- GivEri Inai puruanr I'vi ar,
Ordjer ReS.:rne.ulinq F.or-.:.:urIe S:ale Dail
daied- Oct:-ber 27. 2,10i5 rn ine api:.ve-Tyiel-
cau.e. I wI *il l : I6 Ii re r,,..ire -l anrd pe-l bi.a
dri r a:. in in l a' n ir. anl c --i: in.? C I.a,
C.,unit CunnouwS-e t25r I1. Orarnge A.eiiue


Green Cove Springs. Fl:r.ja AT 10:00 A.M.
. ON THE 28TH DAY OF NOVEMBER. 2005
Irn oiCjiOwng ,dci:ritea re al ana personr.al
propec-T,
- EXHIBIT A .
PARCEL NUMBER 4;,OF HOLLY OAKS IN
SECTIONS 5 AilD 6.. TOW SHIP 5
SOUTH RANGE ;-I EAST, SAID PROPER
T'. BEING MORE PARTICULARLY ( DE-
SCRIBED AS FOLLOWS
CGOIMEICE AT THE SE CORNER OF.
THE JE 1 -4 OF OF THE tIE 1 4 OF SEC-
TlO r.. TOWIISHIP SOUTH RANGE 24
EAST iBEIri-G THE SW CORtiER OF THE
HORTH HALF OF THE NORTH HALF OF
SECTIONS 5) AND RUN NORTH P9 DE-
GREES-41 MINUTES 29 SECONDS EAST'
4LOfGII THE SOUTH LINE OF SiD
NORTH HALF OF THE NORTH HALF OF
SAID SECTION 5, A DISTANCE OF1525.00
FEET, THENCE RUN SOUTH 00 DE-
GREES 28 r.litrJTESE 28tSECOlD10 EaST
469,5.6 FEET TO THE NORTH RIGHT OF,
WAY OF AN 80 FOOT ACCESS ROAD
THEN-,CE RUN SOUTH 89 DEGREES 41
MINUTES 29 SECONDS EAST ALONG
_THE NORTH RIGHT OF WAY OF SAID' 80-
FOCOT ACCESS ROAD 5.'0 Q06 FEET TO
THE POINT OF BEGINNING, THENICE
CGOiTINUE SOUTH 89 DEGREES 41 MIN-
UTES 29 SECOtrDS WE ST ALOIJG SAID'
RIGHT OF WA'i 17 00 FEET, THENCE
RULti IrORTH 29 DEGREES 24 .1iiJUTES
12" SECOIIDS WEST '.3T 36 FEET,
THEN CE RUN tlORTH _9 DEGREES 41
blI]UTES 9 SECONrDS EAST -129-'-
,.FEET THENCE RUN SOUTH ,00 DE--
GREES 23 .liUt TES : SECOND EAST
1 6 .,. FEET TO- THE POIIiT OF eEGII-
rn ir.G BEIlG AtrID L''II III SECE TI'OrI
TOWIISHIP ", SOuTH, RarNIGE 24 EAST
CLA.' COUNT', FLORIDA
TOGETHER WITH THAT ERTAtIr MA..
SUFACTLIREEi HOME IM.1RE EPECIFICAL-
L'. DESCRIBED AS 19,f HOtMlES OF
MERIT AERIT FATHER 128 60ui WITH SEFIAL
iur.iBER FLHr.1BFP114342I2-i1A BE
Datedi r..: 'i r. da, : 0.:lOc:.Cter ,l5
.SEALi JAtMES E. JETT Cle, *:*, ':c:on D
Ga Gai.mi-r. depu', cIerr.
Do'.nr.ill, Rus,'.. P.A
3 7, j W Eucl.j: A.6
Tampa FL 3:',-29
161 6 .979,
legal no. 7656 published November 3 and
10. 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.





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REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS

NOTICE IS HEREBY Ci. E irOia sealed proposals will be received until 4:00 P.M.,
,:,,da, D -e.-:emb r 19 2005 af the Clay County -.imnniyiiie :.-n -Building, Finance
Depa mri -.r I ir 4 10i r 477 H ur.:.,u i Slice', C'e-n C(--e Springs, Florida 32043, for the


RFPNfO.: 05/06-8, Debris Management and Disaster Related Services.
Clay County,.Florida.

Pr...., '.; will be opened at 1:00 PM., or as soon thereafter as possible, on Tuesday,
Detc.iT.be 20 n, ;n ,the Cla, County Administration Building, Co.r-iiee.:e. F.XToom B i.urinn
fino.r 477 HCu.ii.on -ire;i OGteen Cove Springs, Florida, in the presence of the Finance
epailnrenl asf an. i.r t, Clerk or Deputy Clei' .and all c.lii .r iirer-ed pi rs..r.
Tre .pe r.i rCr.p.i-aI.a-. .-iim be read aloud, examined for cohformance to specifications,
ia3ulicd an r, j p.r-r.c-j inrthe custody ofthe Finance Department. The Budget and
Finance Corr nilree iof the Bo.-ard ,.'iii pre.-rni its recommendations to the Board of
County C..rimrni, ionei's at is mnieeing of January 24, 2006 or as soon thereafter as pos-

Prpospl:i o.a-ii nr:.i be valid unless received by the proposal-deadline and in a sealed
.envelope marked "Sealed Proposal, RFP NO. 05/06-8, Debris Management and
ci.aler Reiaire Ser. ce; Clay County, Florida", to be received untirf4:00 P.M., Monday,
DeCmrner 19. 2005
Envelopes will be mailed or delivered in person to the above address. Questions may
be answered at the office of the Clay County Environmental Services, 3545 Rosemary
Hill Road, Green Cove Springs, Florida 32043, at (904) 269-6374. The contact person
shall be Mr. Alan Altman, Solid Waste Deputy Director.
The County reserves the right to waive formalities in any proposal, to reject any or all
proposals with or'without cause, including the lack of availability of. adequate funds, reg-
ulatory agency requiremenis and/or to accept the proposal that, in its judgment, will be
in ihe besi inieresi of the County of Clay. .
Proposals require a five (5%) percent proposalibid bond and may not be withdrawn
afler ire scheduled opening lime for a penod of thirty 130) aays
A person or affiliale who nas been placed on the convicted vendor isi following a con-
,clion for a public entity crime may not submit a bid on a contract to provide any goods
or services to a public enlity may not submit a bid on a contract w;th a public entity for
ine construction or repair ol a public building or public work. may nol submit bids on leas-
es of real property to a public entity. may not be awarded or perform work. as a conirac-
lor, supplier, subcontractor, or consultant under a contract with any public eptiry, and may
not transact business with any public entity in excess of the threshold amount provided
in Section 287.017, Florida Statutes, for CATEGORY TWO for a period of 36 months
from the date of being placed on the convicted vendor list.

Richard J. O'Connell
Acting County Manager
legal no. 7653 published November 3 and 10, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper. ... C.' 'S
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Bill Adams Chevrolet has


great car selection

By Clay Today staff
STARKE- A shoiirtd\e(ctinla\nt egl(:ae-at it-
wards. Yni i, nt ha\c to light \ A
traffic c i ing lhi, iI.i-hli the (itunltl\ side Ow AP
past!Middlk-ebuirg iand C(amp Blanding. In MOW
ashort20 minultes),:oi'll find ioutl.h\ i so1
many are making Lheli wa\ a to Bill Adams iI
Chevrolet in Sta ke.
From Savannah,_a.i. t St Auigustine. "
knowiin "is the Jack-ton\ille Zone. this .
dlealeirship h.ls ranked nunbel itoMtincLus-
tomer satisfac tion. Q. A -i
All of the service technicians are 02
General Motors certified and the sales ..
consultants. adhere to a strict code of
ethics developed b\ the National Auto
Dealer. Association. N;-tin--l
+ a recipient of the 201U3 Gentral Mo-
ui'. ors Nnk ot Ex:ellk-ncu Award for
Exceeding Sales Objectiv.es and
Custom' Siatisfaction Le\ els. tli dealer-
' ship has set !ev hiih goals for tihe ii.iure.
\With a hisrors in the indu-trr of .t
more lh;an 34 Nea s. \da-ni' last 17 \t1.Ai s
\eIeu1 pent in St. AXAIi IsItine a, general
manager for the Cadillac OldIsnIobile
N issanr dealership. I ., h, k 1, I E I I. He -,,, : r :I .. I ,F. l II ll :,l 1 D
Adamsisa memlero t tlieBoa i :e of LD i- ci .... r : c a i rc
rectOi stor the Bi.,lloi d(l Couni\ tEduca-
tional Foundation where he, in Adams is looking tL the future. He
conji.lCiCiiion vith theC (he\ roleti Motorcar plans to build a new Chhei rolct dealer-
Divisiron. has pru\ided academic ship in Starke The business is earning.
scholarshipss to area students. In i.tdtition, an excellent reputation as the dealer-
lie isa ba aij d member for the Rotat \ Club. ship togo to tor a great deal. Take Shane
a sponsoo oft the local Pop arner football Matthews. for instance. Matthew'.
team. and is intol ed w ith the Uni\ersii\ knows the importance of tru Lst. As the
of Florida Athletic Associaton. foi irmer quarter back for the Ini\ ersit


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of Florida Gatois and current NFL
football player for the Buffalo Bills, ,
Matthets .wanted that trnist as well as
lie beit price when lie purchased his
ne\ Che\ 'Tahoe from Che rolet of
Starke. That buying experience
impressed him. and no% Matthlews is
the spokespersonn for the dealership.


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2001 Audi A6 2.7 Quattro,
black with beige leather, tip-
tronic, low miles only $19,689.
Call Ash Tisdelle at 269-2603
2001 Audi A8L, 4.2L auto,
navigation, sunroof, 42k miles,
available for $26,985. Call Ash
Tisdelle at 269-2603
1997 Buick Lesabre Limit-
ed, luxury at it's best, fully serv-
iced and ready for a new owner,
warranty, cant beat this at
$5,995. Call Hart Green Mo-
tors, Wells Road, at 215-9500
2005 Buick Century Custom,
CC, PL, PM, PW. $12,900. Call
Gordon Chevrolet at 272-2200
2002 BMW 330i, gray with
beige leather, 41 k miles, the ulti-
mate driving machine for only
$26,975. Call Ash Tisdelle at
269-2603


1999 BMW 740 il, silver, gray
leather, sunroof, AT, BMW flag-
ship for only $18,795. Call Ash
Tisdelle at 269-2603
2001 BMW 525i, silver with
gray leather, sunroof, CD, auto,
low miles, only $24,965. Call
Ash Tisdelle at 269-2603
2000 Cadillac Deville, one,
owner, low miles, 39k miles.,
$13,988. Call Frank Griffin at
269-1033
1997 Cadillac 4 Door Deville,
bet you can't believe this one
when you see it, only 59,000
miles, first come, first served on
this beauty. $8950. Call Hart
Green Motors, Wells Road, at
215-9500
2005 Chevy Uplander LS,
PW, PL, CC, PM, Heated.
$19,900. Call Gordon Chevro-
let at 272-2200
2005 Chevy Cavalier,
$ I 1,132. Call Garber Automa-


2005 Chevy Impala, $14,968.
Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442
2005 Chevy Malibu Classic,
$12,899. Call Garber Automa-
II at 264-2442
2005 Chevy Malibu Classic,
$12,898. Call Garber Automa-
II at 264-2442
2005 Chevy Malibu, $14,188,
Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442
2005 Chevy Malibu LS Maxx,
CC, PL, PM, PW, CD. $16,400.
Call Gordon Chevrolet at 272-
2200
2002 Chevy Monte Carlo,
$12,989, Call Garber Au-
tomall at 264-2442
2004 Chevy Monte Carlo LS,
PL, PM, PW, CD. $13,400. Call
Gordon Chevrolet at 272-2200
2005 Chrysler PT Cruiser,
$21,995. Call Garber Automa-
II at 264-2442


2001 BMW 325 cic, only 34k II at 264-2442 2005 Chrysler PT Cruiser,
miles, auto, CD, the right time to 2005 Chevy Cavalier, $12,888. Call Garber Automa-
drive a convertible $26,975. $11,698. Call GarberAutoma- II at 264-2442
Call Ash Tisdelle at 269-2603 II at 264-2442 2002 Chevy Monte Carlo S/S,
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white, was $14,995, Now
$13,995. Call Ray Carter Kia
at 771-6078
2002 Chrysler PT Cruiser
Touring Edition, burgundy ex-
terior with chrome wheels,
sharp, very economical and fun
to drive, financing available, only
$9,888. Call Hart Green Mo-
tors, Wells Road, at 215-9500
2004 Dodge Stratus, dark
blue, was $1 1,495, Now
$10,495. Call Ray Carter Kia
at 771-6078
2002 Dodge Intrepid SE, 4
door sporty and economical
serviced with warranty, where
else at $6288. Stk #5097. Call
Hart Green Motors, Wells
Road, at 215-9500
2004 Dodge Intrepid,
$10,023. Call Garber Automa-
II at 264-2442
2002 Dodge Stratus, 50k
miles, ready to roll, $7995. Call
Call Frank Griffin at 269-1033
2001 Dodge Stratus, $5988.
Call Call Frank Griffin at 269-
1033
2004 Ford Mustang Convert-
ible, V-6, auto, air, cd, pw, alloy
wheels, spoiler, sporty and eco-
nomical, factory warranty,
$5,995. Call Hart Green Mo-
tors, Wells Road, at 215-9500
2004 Ford Taurus, $12,291.
Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442
2004 Ford Mustang, $14,892.
Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442
2004 Ford Mustang, $16,903.
Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442
2005 Ford Mustang Deluxe,
$27,999. Call Garber Automa-
II at 264-2442
2004 Ford Taurus, Loaded,
$ I 1,996. Call Call Frank Grif-
fin at 269-1033
2003 Ford Mustang, convert-
ible, red, maxxed out, $13,985.
Call Call Frank Griffin at 269-
1033
2004 Ford Focus S/S, maroon,
was $11,495, Now $10,995.
Call Ray Carter Kia at 771-
6078
2004 Ford Focus 2x3, yellow,


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Call Ray Carter Kia at 771-
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2003 Ford Mustang GT, Sil-
ver, must see, $14,988. Call
Call Frank Griffin at 269-1033
2002 Ford Taurus, ac, pw, pi,
payments as low as $59. Call
Rightway Automotive Credit
at 284-0028.
2002 Ford Crown Vic LS, 4.6
liter V8, AT, PW, CD, great road
car $9,685. Call Ash Tisdelle at
269-2603
2004 Hyundai Elantra, gold,
was $ 12,995, Now $ I 1,995:.


Call Ray Carter Kia at 771-
6078
2003 Isuzu Axiom, PW, PM,
PL. $15,500. Call Gordon
Chevrolet at 272-2200
2005 Kia Rio, blue, was
$1 1,495, Now $10,995. Call
Ray Carter Kia at 771-6078
2000 Lincoln Town Car,
Leather, Well Equipped, $7988.
Call Call Frank Griffin at 269-
1033
2001 Mazda Protege, pay-
ments as low as $59. Call Right-
way Automotive Credit at
284-0028.


2001 Mazda Millennia, 4 door,
all the toys, low miles, warranty
$11,988. Call Hart Green Mo-
tors, Wells Road, at 215-9500
1999 Mercedes Benz E320,
black with parchment leather,
sunroof, 68k miles, only
$1 7,965. Call Ash Tisdelle at
269-2603
2000 Mercedes Benz E430,
sport wheels, sunroof, CD, low
miles, well maintained, only,
$23,785. Call Ash Tisdelle at
269-2603


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sunroof, beautiful family car for
only $24,965. Call Ash Tisdelle
at 269-2603
1999 Mercedes Benz SLK
230, white with beige leather,
auto, clean, retractable hard top
$19,565. CallAsh Tisdelle at
269-2603
2003 Mercury Grand Mar-
quis, PW, PM, PL, PS. $12,900.
Call Gordon Chevrolet at 272-
2200
2005 Mercury Mariner 4x4,
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2003 Mitsubishi Lancer, black,
was $11,995, Now $10,995.
Call Ray Carter Kia at 771-
6078
1999 Nissan Maxima GE,
Leather, Like New, $7,988. Call
Call Frank Griffin at 269-1033
2004 Pontiac Grand Am GT,
4 door, all the goodies including
warranty, just traded in, serviced
and ready to go. Financing avail-
able with $0 down with approved
credit. How's this? $12,888.
Call Hart Green Motors, Wells
Road, at 215-9500
2002 Pontiac Grand Prix SE,
4 Door, PS, PW, PM, PL. $6,900.
Call Gordon Chevrolet at 272-
2200
2003 Pontiac Grand Prix,
Extra Clean, $10,988. Call Call
Frank Griffin at 269-1033
2005 Pontiac Grand AM, V6,
auto, AC, PL, PL, payments as
low as $59. Call Rightway Au-


tomotive Credit at 284-0028.
2002 Pontiac Sunfire, 4 door,
only 27k miles, payments as, low
as $59. Call Rightway Automo-
tive Credit at 284-0028.
2001 Pontiac Grand AM GT,
4 door, loaded with options, V6,
auto, air, sunroof, fully serviced
.with a warranty $7,988. Call
Hart Green Motors, Wells
Road, at 215-9500
2004 Saab 9-5 Arc Edition,
sporty European luxury, AT, only
5k, $23,965. Call Ash Tisdelle
at 269-2603,
2004 Toyota Echo 4 Door,
factory warranty,4 cyl, auto, air,
only 13,000 miles, great gas
mileage, financing available, under
$200 month financing with ap-
proved credit. Call Hart Green
Motors, Wells Road, at 2 15-
9500
2003 VW Jetta GLS Turbo,
Leather, Sunroof, $ i3,988. Call
Call Frank Griffin at 269-1033.


1999 VW Beetle, red with
black cloth, auto, low miles,
$9965. Call Ash Tisdelle at
269-2603
2002 VW Cabriolet, blue with
beige, blue top, auto, 42k miles,
now only $1 5,965. Call Ash Tis-
delle at 269-2603







2005 Buick Rendezvous CX,
$18,183. Call Garber Automa-
II at 264-2442
2005 Chevy Astro, $17,234.
Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442
2005 Chevy Avalanche 4x4,
$21,432. Call Garber Automa-
II at 264-2442
2002 Chevy Silverado,
$18,284. Call Garber Automa-
II at 264-2442


01 Mitsubishi Galant ES 01 Ford Escort ZX2 01 Jeep Grand Cherokee
4 Dr,4 Cyl., ACG, PW, 2 Dr;, 4 Cyl, Auto, 4 Dr, V8, Auto, AC, PS, PW, PL,
PL W,CC AC, Alloys TW, CC, CD, Leather
$7,995 $6,995 $12,595

00 Chrysler Cirrus 95 Chevrolet Astro Pass.Van 00 Mercury Sable LS
4 Dr, 4 Cyl, Auto, AC PW,- PL 4 Dr, V6, Auto, AC, PS, PW, PL, 4 Dr, V6, Auto, AC, PS,
TW CC, CD TW, CC, A: ', ;.. PW, PL, TW, CC, CD, Leather, Alloys
$7,995 $5,995 $8,995

00 Mercury Mountaineer 00 Dodge Durango SLT 00 Oldsmobile Alero
4Dr,-V8,/-uto AC,;PS, PW, PL, TW, 4 Dr,V8, Auto, AC P, P'L Dr, 4Cyl,.Auto, AC
CC, CD, Lathcr .- TW, CC, CD, /ic.,s 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., -u. AC, CD 4 Dr, 16, Auto, AC, 4 Dr. V6; Auto, AC, PW, PL,
p, PL,TW, CC, CD -W, CD, Alloys
$4,995 $8,595 $9,595

99 Lincoln Town Car 97 Chevrolet Silverado 01 Ford Windstar
Presidential Stepside 4 Dr, V6, Auto,AC,PW PL, .
4 Dr8 utoC, PS, P, PL, 2 Dr, V8; 5 Spd, AC,P, PL, TWCC TW, CC, CD, Alloys
T'-*, C, CD, leather, 'Alloys D SpdC $6,99
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99 Ford Taurus SE 98 Lincoln Towncar 95 Nissan Quest
S 4Dr, V6, Auto, AC 4Dr,V8,uro, AC,S, PW,PL, 4Dr, V6, Auto, AC, PS, PW, PL, TW
PW, PL; TW, CC, CD, Alloys T1, CC, CD, Leather, Al o, CC, CD; Leather, Allovs
$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

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4 4Dr,4 C, Auto, AC, PW, PL 4 Dr, 4 Cyl, Auto, ." C PW PL 2 Dr, V6, 5Spd, AC,.
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2004 Chevy Silverado 4x4,
$20,489. Call Garber Automa-
II at 264-2442
2005 Chevy Silverado 4x4,
$24,412. Call Garber Automa-
II at 264-2442
2004 Chevy Silverado,
$20,91 7. Call GarberAutoma-
II at264-2442
2005 Chevy Silverado,
$22,854. Call Garber Automa-
II at 264-2442
2004 Chevy Silverado 4x4,
$25,989. Call Garber Automa-
II at 264-2442
2002 Chevy Silverado.
$20,182. Call Garber Automa-
II at 264-2442.
2002 Chevy Silverado 4x4,
$22,312. Call Garber Automa-
II at 264-2442.
2002 Chevy Blazer LS, was
$11 ,995, now $ 10,995. Call
Ray Carter Kia at 771-6078
2003 Chevy S-IO Pickup, was
$10,995, Now $9995. Call Ray
Carter Kia at 771-6078
2004 Chevy Silverado 4x4,
reg cab, loaded. $18,900. Call
Gordon Chevrolet at 272-2200
2005 Chevy Trailblazer 4
WD, PW, PL, Pwr Moonroof,
CC. $19,900. Call Gordon
Chevrolet at 272-2200
2005 Chevy Equinox LS, all
wheefldrive, PW, PM, PL, CD.
$19,500. Call Gordon Chevro-
let at 272-2200
2004 Chevy Conversion Van,
Low Top, TV, DVD, loaded.
$27,900. Call Gordon Chevro-
let at 272-2200
2002 Chevy Suburban LT, PS,
PL, PW, PM, CC, CD. $19,900.
Call Gordon Chevrolet at 272-
2200
2005 Chevy Silverado Cl 500,
XCab, PL, PW, PM. $22,400.
Call Gordon Chevrolet at 272-
2200
2004 Chevy Tahoe, leather,
power seats, PW, PL. $28,900.
Call Gordon Chevrolet at 272-
2200
2002 Chevy Silverado C 1500,
Crew Cab, CC, PW, PM.
$16,900. Call Gordon Chevro-
let at 272-2200
2003 Chevy Silverado C 1500,
XCab, PW, PL, PM, CD.
$15,9-00. Call Gordon Chevro-
let at 272-2200
2005 Chevy Trailblazer, 4
WD, PS, PL, PM, PW, CD.
$18,900. Call Gordon Chevro-
let at 272-2200
2000 Chevy Suburban, 80k
miles, ready to go, $12,988, Call
Frank Griffin at 269-1033
2004 Chevy Tahoe, $22,818.
Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442


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Section C-4


2002 Chevy


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November 3, 2005 CRUISIN' CLAY COUNTY Section C-5


$12,289. Call Garber Automa-
II at 264-2442
2005 Chevy Trailblazer,
$19,953. Call Garber Automa-
II at 264-2442
2005 Chevy Trailblazer,
$19,470. Call Garber Automa-
II at 264-2442
2005 Chevy Trailblazer 4x4,
$22,39 I. Call Garber Automa-
II at 264-2442
2005 Chevy Uplander,
$19,995. Call Garber Automa-
II at 264-2442
2000 Chevy S-10, Clean,
must see! Rightway Automo-
tive Credit at 284-0028 Pay-
ments as low as $59.
2005 Chevy Trailblazer, low
miles, loaded, payments as low as
$59, Rightway Automotive
Credit at 284-0028.
2005 Dodge Ram Quad Cab
1500, Alloy Wheels, Loaded,
$19,995. Call Frank Griffin at
269-1033
2002 Dodge Dakota,
$10,588. Call Garber Automa-
II at 264-2442
2005 Dodge Dakota,
$20,382.Call Garber Automat
at 264-2442
2004 Dodge Dakota, $17,897.
Call Garber Automalldt 264-
2442. /
1999 Dodge 'Durango,
$10,331. Call Gober Automa-
II at 264-2442
2002 Dodgf Durango SLT,
new tires, I1c miles, immaculate
inside, nic- sports utility vehicle
for $14,65. Call Ash Tisdelle
at 2692603
199r Dodge 1500 Laramie
SLt Quad Cab, with only
7T,000 miles, V8, AT, AC, leather
and all the goodies, local trade in,
act fast. $9688. Call Hart
Green Motors, Wells Road, at
215-9500
1996 Dodge Caravan SE, 5
door, local trade in, fully
equipped including 3rd row seat.
7 passenger. $3988. Call Hart


Green Motors at 215-9500
1999 Dodge Laramie SLT
1500 Quad Cab 4x4, Just trad-
ed in, serviced and ready to go,
where else at our price? $9988.
Call Hart Green Motors at
215-9500
2003 Dodge Durango,
$14,128. Call Garber Automa-
II at 264-2442
2005 Dodge Grand Caravan,
$15,692. Call Garber Automa-
II at 264-2442
2005 Dodge Grand Caravan,
$15,898. Call Garber Automa-
II at 264-2442
2005 Dodge Ram 1500,
$23,789. Call Garber Automa-
II at 264-2442
2002 Dodge Ram 1500,
$18,621. Call Garber Automa-
II at 264-2442
2005 Dodge Ram, $20,074.
Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442
2005 Dodge Ram, $17,787.
Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442.
00I Dodge Durango SLT,
was $14,995, Now $13,995.
Call Ray Carter Kia at 771-
6078
1996 Dodge Ram Lariat
1500, V8, Like Brand New, Pay-
ments as low as $59, Rightway
Automotive Credit .at 284-
0028.
2002 Ford Explorer XLS,
was $13,995, now $12,995.
Call Ray Carter Kia at 771-
6078
2002 Ford Ranger X-Cab
Pickup, was $12,995, Now
$12,495. Call Ray Carter Kia
at 771-6078
2002 Ford Windstar SE, was
$ I $11,495, now $10,495. Call
Ray Carter Kia at 771-6078
2004 Ford Escape, $ 19,489.
Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442.
2005 Ford Explorer Eddie
Bauer, Leather, Loaded,
$23,495. Call Frank Griffin at


269-1033
2001 Ford Expedition,
$13,684. Call Garber Automa-
II at 264-2442
2002 Ford Expedition,
$17,188. Call Garber Automa-
II at 264-2442
2002 Ford Explorer 4x4,
$19,277. Call Garber Automa-
II at 264-2442
2003 Ford Explorer, $15,988.
Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442
2005 Ford Explorer, $20,198.
Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442
2002 Ford FI50, $17,386.


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Onl) 59 miles.
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Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442
2004 Ford F-I150, $18,710,
Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442
1995 Ford F-150 4x4, $9988.
Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442.
2002 Ford F-250 4x4,
$22,842. Call Garber Automa-
II at 264-2442.
2005 Ford Econoline Van,
6000k miles, Ready To Go,
$17,988. Call Frank Griffin at
269-1033

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By Ken Chester, Jr.
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Already recognized as a value-
leader in the entry-level segment,Kia
introduced the all-new Rio sedan for
2006. Featuring distinctive styling with
a longer wheelbase, wider track and
more horsepower than the previous
model, the new Kia sedan also delivers
better handling, a smoother ride and
improved performance.
The all-new Rio's exterior design re-
finements provide a more athletic stance
and a more significant, yet modern ap-
pearance to the vehicle. Changes to the
front of the Rio include an aggressively
styled black mesh grille, swept-back
headlamps and.bumpers with black in-
serts.
Available in Base and LX trim, the
front-drive Rio sedan is powered by a
new 1.6L four-cylinder engine which


2006 Kia Rio Sedan
incorporates continuously vari-
able valve timing (CVVT) and
mated to the standard five-speed
manual gearbox. An electroni-
cally controlled four-speedau-
tomatic transmission is an
available option.
The Kia Rio sedan features a
generous list of standard fea-
tures which includes front seat
side and full-length side curtain
airbags, eight-way manually-
adjustable driver's seat, rear win-
dow defroster, variable intermit-
tent windshield wipers, dual
body-color outside mirrors and
black bodyside molding. The
upscale LX model adds full
wheel covers, air conditioning,
AM/FM/CD audio system with
four speakers, 60/40 split fold-
ing rear setback, power steering


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and a height-adjustable steering column.
A Power Package -- only available on
the LX model -- adds the following
features: power windows, power door
locks, remote keyless
entry, power heated -
outside mirrors,front r
door-mounted a,
tweeter speakers, and ".
dual map lamps with -
sunglasses holder.
For those who desire
a more sporty appear-
ance, Kia also offers an
optional Sport Package.
Exclusive to the LX trim,
the package includes 15-
inch alloy wheels with
195/55R15 tires, four-
wheel disc brakes, fog
lights, a rear spoiler,
metal grain trim, metal
pedals and a leather-
wrapped steering wheel
and shift knob. A vi-
brant exterior color --
Sunset Orange will be
exclusively available
with this package.
On the road, the Rio
sedan is peppy and re-
sp.,uisI\ eat speed W\idh handling and con-
urol that is quite nimble, die Kia Rio sedan
is very easy to drive in daily dispatch. Sus-
pension hardware foi dihesmiiiall Kia sedan
consists of independent MacPherson.



*'; (^ ,al t"V l AlS-raSy


struts, coil springs and stabilizer bar in the
front and a semi-independent torsion
beam axle, coil springs and a stabilizer bar
in the rear.


Inside the cabin, the automaker
I.ISS ro lIunded c lon with comfort
- thle them. Displat s and Iontirob are
Itd Ii hi tfor wa ~. ca.N\ to read and
use. 'eating is comfortable front and


rear, with room for two adults for
short trips. The rear windows go
all the way down and the LX model
adds a 60/40 split fold down rear


seat that adds versatility to the
passenger cabin.

Quick vehicle stats
Wheelbase: 98.4; overall length:


166.9; width: 66.7; height: 57.9 --
measurements in inches.
Engine: 1.6L four-cylinder --110 hp
at 6,000 rpm and 107 lbs-ft of torque at
4,500 rpm.
Transmission: five-speed manual,
four-speed i.on11lzliC.
EPA fuel economy: 32 city/35 hwy.,
(manual); 29 city/ 3s h lt (automatic).
Cargo capacity: 11.9 cu. ft.


Safety features
Dual front airbags, dual front seat-
mounted side-impact airbags, full-
length side curtain airbags and
side-impact door beams. Optional safe-
ty features include remote keyless entry,
power door locks and four-wheel disc
brakes with anti-lock.


Warranty
Basic: 5-year/60,000 mile.
Powertrain: 10-year/100,000 mile.
Corrosion: 5-year/100,000 mile.
Roadside assistance: 5-year/60,000
mile, 24-hour.


Pricing
The base Manufacturer's Suggested
Retail Price (MSRP) for the 2006 Kia
Rio sedan starts from $1ji,570 for the
Base and $13,295 for the LX. Destina-
tiin charges add $540.


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Section C-8 CRUISIN' CLAY COUNTY November 3, 2005


Jacksonville Zoo


an exotic daytrip

Special to Clay Today


JACKSONVILLE TheJacksonville
Zoo and Gardens opened in the
Springfield section of Jacksonville on
May 12,1914, with the donation of one
red deerfawn.
Several domestic animals were
added later and a "monkey island" was
established. On July 19, 1925, the
Municipal Zoo, as it was then known, re-
located to its present site bordering on
the Trout River.
Starting with 37.5 acres, the Zoo con-
tinued to grow, reaching about 89 acres
when an 11-acre tract of land adjoining
the Zoo to the east was acquired in Jan-
uary 1992. On Oct. 20,1993, the Zoo
name was officially changed to the
Jacksonville Zoological Park to the
Jacksonville Zoological Gardens.
.The first major animal purchase of
the Zoo was a female Asian elephant
bought in 1926 with money raised by
local school children. By the end of the
1960s, the Zoo is reputed to have had the
largest collection of exotic animals
in the Southeast, but it had fallen on
hard times and a great deal of money
was 'needed 'to save the Zoo.
Commimity leaders, under the direc-
tion of Mayor Hans Tiantki.apponiutd


-Visitors can see an ostrich at the Jacksonville Zoo
and Gardens.
a seven-member committee to search
for an alternative to closing the Zoo.
The Jacksonville Zoological Society
subsequently came into being in iAp il
1971, having grown from the seven-
mIcnhl )i cominrittee'to 85 of the city's
nio.r inl lui inial leaders. The Society
began managing the Zoo onJune 21,1971.

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ZOO from page C-8
The city ofJacksonville contracts with
the Society to manage all phases of the op-
eration of the Zoo. All property, including


East Africa.
The also project of the 1992 Master
Plan, .a Florida wetlands attraction,
"Wild Florida," opened in March 2001.
-


Adventure, and construction for the
next major attraction, Range of the
Jaguar, the Zoo's award winning pre-
mier attraction, opened in March 2004.


TheJacksonville Zoo is an accredited
institution with the American Zoo and
Aquarium Association.
In recent news, the Zoo announced


~~'W ZOOF


animals and equipment, and all improve-
ments, belong to the city, which in turn
contributes an annual subsidy to offset
some of the Zoo's operating expenses.
All other Zoo expenses are paid
through revenues earned from admis-
sion and concession sales, membership
and adoption, and group sales. The Jack-
sonville Zoo serves a two-state area with-
in a 100-mile radius of the facility.
A major redevelopment of the Jack-
sonville Zoo began in 1992. Through a
combination of River City Renaissance
funds and donations from the private
se C1r0 1, 22. r, million was raised to com-
plete Phase One of the LNastci Plan. Pri,:-
jects completed include a new front entry
gate and parking lot, the Main Camp Sa-
fari Lodge, Birds of the Rift Valley Aviary,
Great Apes of the World, an expanded
train ride, an elephant and breeding
complex, RiverBrafich Foundation Ani-
mal Medical Center, the PepsiCo Foun-
dation Education Campus and
redevelopment of the 11-acre Plains of










Name: Jacksonville Zoo and
Gardens
Why visit here?: What a
great way to spend time with
the family, seeing and touch-
ing exotic animals from
around the world.
Best family spot: The Range
of the Jaguar is terrific.
Places to eat: If plan to
spend the day then definitely
consider the several restau-
rants on the zoo property.
Tickets: $11 adults; $6.50,
children 3-12; $9.50 seniors.
Children under 3 get in free.
Directions: From Interstate
95 take exit 358A to Zoo
Parkway/Heckscher Drive
and follow the signs.
Contact information: Call
the zoo at (904) 757-4463
or checkout its website at
www.acksonvU jazQo.org.:_-


Redevelopment is ongoing, and future
emphasis will be placed on fundraising
for and completion of major exhibits.
In March2002, the Zoo opened the Out-
back Steakhouse Australian


(N-SS-.',


The latest addition to the Jack-
sonville Zoo and Gardens is the Kids
Zone, set to open in the summer of
2006. The Kids Zone will be an excit-
ing environment providing children
learning opportunities.


that it was honored with the American
Zoo and Aquarium Association Exhib-
it Award for "Range of thejaguar." Den-
nis Pate, zoo executive director,
accepted the prestigious award at the
AZAs annual conference in Chicago.


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