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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
    Section A: Clay Business
        A 12
        A 13
    Section A: Clay Features
        A 14
        A 15
        A 16
        A 17
        A 18
        A 19
    Section A: School's In
        A 20
        A 21
    Section A: Main Continued
        A 22
    Section A: Clay Military
        A 23
        A 24
    Section A: Main Continued
        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
    Links
        Page 1
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        Page 3
        Page 4
        Page 5
        Page 6
        Page 7
        Page 8
        Page 9
        Page 10
        Page 11
        Page 12
    Section C: Cruisin' Clay County
        C 1
        C 2
        C 3
        C 4
        C 5
        C 6
        C 7
        C 8
        C 9
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& Clay County Crescent


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NOVEMBER 10-NOVEMBER 16, 2005 EDITION It Pays To Know Your Community 50 Section A of three sections VOL. 35 NOL45


A bugler's story


OP man played 'Taps'at 800funerals, including3presidents


I-:d 4rig bust
stRtd in Clay
-S^, Page A-31
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F nds compete in
lam Jam contest


Story, photos Page A-18-19

US 'crack house'
gts demolished
Story, photos Page A-2

tkeview, Keystone
Ii playoff action
-4

2i pNews:
'WI.t- rl.ights' cancelled, A-3
-.1t ,Peck hurts 2, Page A-3
_S'st, t Ta Room departs,
Pctpe iBA- j


By Greg Walsh, Managing Editor
gwalsh@jcpgroup.com

ORANGE PARK Many people have
cried listening to Army Sgt. Maj. Patrick
Mastroleo's exquisitely played musical
notes.
While die Orange Park resident played
thousands of upbeat and patriotic songs
duringa32-\ceiu militat i :nieer in TheU.S.,
Arim Band "Pe rsin 's i \' n,". t \\as his
IIIIe a.s dihepi incipal b.uglr of the United
SLiate p1a\ iIing 'Taps' that defines him.
Beuire Ireti ing in 19091. NMastroleo per-
fi-r ml edI i the mI(:Ai .in rf -rlest iiclod\ dir-
ing-the funerals of presidents and other
national fi'it ns.at cmiii-.iinual relincl-
brian:es .iat the Tomb of the Unknowns in
Ai ling'hi-ii Nationiial Cemieryatid d( 1111ng
nioic ihanll ,i'fn luihld bIV iils'.
Toidat he and his \\ ife. eutt. Frencih
I ti ie. live quietly in an Orange Park
neighil :ti l.oiI'd nea -Doctor's Lake Road.


Mastroleo remains humble when he re-
members those times.
"I just went there to work," said the 74-
year-old, first-generation Italian-Ameri-
can who was raised in upstate New York.
"What youhave to do, you do."
When the country's lips quivered at the
loss of three presidents, Mastroleo's playing
had ri: remain Stu ong. And it did.
He per fo i ilped Taps at Ei-nhw fu-
nei al in April I69 ii IKansas, in Missouri in
December 1972 for Truman and a month
later in Texas for Johnson. He also per-
formedatthefuneralsof VicePresidentHu-
bert H. Humphrey and Gen. Omar Bradley.
Each time he performed he used a spe-
ciall% maIltk.g' ld-plated bugle used only for
dite el Cilo nie- of national significance.
"State funerals for presidents, top
melibi ,usof Co'ingl eiiand topinilital po-
,itions u iuld I bc %a! iT anted w ith the same'


. ,


PHOTO SPECIAL TO CLAY TODAY
As the principal bugler of the United
States Army, Master Sgt. Maj. Patrick
resi-


Marching bands get graded STAFF
Marching bands at Clay County's high schools had to be on their toes Saturday, Nov. 5, when they came to Fleming Island
High School for the annual the Florida Bandmasters Associqtion Marching and Music Performance Assessment. A story about
the event, and each high school's overall grade, appears on page A-31.


DOT officials make case for Beltway


By Greg Walsh, Managing Editor
gwalsh@jcpgroup.com

GREEN COVE. SPRINGS State Depart-
ment of Transportation officials are leav-
ing little doubt they strongly favor
building an "Outer Beltway" through
Clay and St.Johns counties.
Public meetings hosted last week in
both counties featured, among other
things, a 22-minute DOT powerpoint
presentation that stressed the many rea-
sons why the four-lane, limited access
highway formally called the St. Johns
River Crossing Project should be built.
Project Manager Imran Ghani said his
staff and private consultants worked more


than five months to prepare the huge aer-
ial maps, many posters and multi-color,
handouts for the public meetings.
"At the last meetings we held (in 2004)
we consistently heard from people who
said 'Why do we need this beltway,"'
Ghani said. "This time we deliberately
showed them the need. The point we are
trying to make is this area definitely
needs more (highway) capacity."
The presentation watched by 350
Clay County residents Thursday, Nov. 4,
according to the DOT cited near triple-
digit population growth projections over
the net\ L '24. years, major residential de-
velopment already under way and al-
ready strained bridges being unable to


handle many more vehicles, especially
during hurricane evacuations.
Current cost estimates set the entire
project between $1.2 and $1.6 billion, de-
pending on which of four proposed
routes is chosen. All would connect to
Branan Field-Chaffee Road, with three
running more southerly before turning
east to a new bridge built near the current
Shands Bridge.
A fourth route would turn easterly
quicker and cross the river at Popo Point
about four miles north of Green Cove
Springs.
Transportation officials also have met
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Reputed 'crack house' comes down


By Bob Henderson, Staff County for some time.
bhenderson@jcpgroup.conm Beseler described how he had dis-
cussed a DART program with Green
GREEN COVE SPRINGS Promptly at Cove Springs' Police Chief Gail Russell
10 a.m. Monday, Nov.7,Sheriff Rick Besel- while still a member of the State Attor-,
er climbed into the cab of a waiting front- ney's Office in Jacksonville. He said that
end loader, moved it -- '
forward slightly and
pulled a lever that sent the Y. '.
bucket up under and '
through the porch roof of f.
a condemned building on
Lemon Street.
The sheriff then raised
the bucket over the roof
and brought it down -
hard. The roof was no !
match for the behemoth "* i*
-and it collapsed amid '
crashing timbers and fly-
ing debris. "; P
The building had been -
condemned by code en-
forcement and building
officials several weeks ago
as unfit for human habi-
tation. In addition, the
building, reputed to be a k
"crack house," was direct-
ly across the street from
the Police Athletic
League (PAL) wherehun-
dreds of kids congregate
every day.
"This is an auspicious
occasion," Beseler told as-
sembled officials and
spectators as he prepared
to make the first move
against Green Cove'
Springs' first DART con-
demned building. DART
is an acronym for DriuL Sheriff Rick Beseler climbs into the cab of the front-end
Abatement Response Team loader that he used to take down the porch roof of a
and has been active in Duv.l condemned building on Lemon Street.


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Green Cove Springs asked for help anid
then-Mayor Matthew Tinney was very
supportive. He also said Mayor Bob Page
has strongly supported the program.
Beseler i-iiiplimicni.,d Sheriff Lt.
Abramowitz and his narcotics team and
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1g 7 \ea\ er.
S The (_.li\ (.Coni\ Habi.ua lori
Hum.,nit\ iC.CHHil:>ou=gliltherrno
is i. Ithe building ,I at,:,g pls,>l, .a'not[l,-
Slot belihilnd it anI p)ln ii'i uliili I
[hirelii'e' nI1\, home,.s n ithci E.Iarlici,
Billie Lombardo.ex_-c uri\e dii,.-
tOr i.f the( C.-HH told Beseler
Habii.a 1plAi n h, io m e "'n :lC-:i
Ifanlies" inti their ne Iiomes. L-\ nd
\<'ii'le xab 'it toi \i[ne rl:_the iI l:l<-al
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ut,;f .n oithil 1 buildin oii Mat tn
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Special to Clay Today
Clay County's finest are gearing up to
"Fill The Boot" for Muscular Dystrophy
over the Veterans Day weekend. Begin-
ning Friday, Nov. 11, through Sunday,
Nov. 13, Clay County firefighters will
collect at the following locations:
Blanding at Wells Road, Orange
Park;
Blanding at 218, Middleburg and
Blanding at 100, Keystone Heights.
Collections willbegin at9 am. and con-
tinue until 5:30 p.m. each day. Proceeds
from the collection will be given to the


That building, the old Muldrow Hotel,
also had been condemned for its dilapi-
dated condition. -nliLethe home on
Lemon Street, this building, if destroyed,
will attract a crowd of mourners.
In its heyday, the Muldrow was host to
a nuliib-r of will-kn own Ipeople includ-
in14, if local hi::iind is >or lect, IMiarin
Ltlthei KinI.J'. 1h mlins..el L.AXU ,- S -'lA uSe.
.I GCi'VeII(. o\e Spi i n_'llI.. laUI\ ndn la LiII-
all\ rioted s.l.ilptr-ess. also was a gulest
the.re. Ainothihe Flo:ri I igi. e. wriher
Zora Neale Humston, s-penit lire at the
Muhldioii.aus c-ll.
Tlie iitelalaboi had .aclo eassoc iatinon ilh
D)Lnbair High SchIiol. ini.'wv lihoie Lo le PkL.
Present o\, nTsI l the building % ill be
_gi\ >i nii/ti op|:,:ort'tu iit\ to c ll! lh li it. If
thIis i ni t Ifi : lble.i it i; likel- th:n it. 1i 0.
, ill pass in t ii: l ito i.) \N.
Cotint\ Histoi iaiiC laiide Bas,; l-as su'i^-
'g:,teld th.-It rl e bui ili iin._ I,1 rlU> t- A o tt d. f
pi,_, l>c, ir 1 i:on l, Inct %%ion \, ilihe t- est.-. a-
tiOan- ol Diibal Hihli


Muscular Dystrophy Association, which
serves more than 50 Clay County residents
stricken with Muscular Dystrophy.
Firefighters around the world have
supported the collection efforts of
MDA for more than 50 years. Clay
County firefighters have collected
more than $125,000 in the last decade
from the county's citizens to support
services and research for MDA.
Residents unable to make donations
at the boot drive locations may mail a
donation to: MDA, c/o Clay County
Fire Rescue Professionsl Local 3362,
P.O. Box 817, Orange Park, 32067-0817.


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STAFF PHOTOS BY BOB HENDERSON
The rear of the old Muldrow Hotel shows where deteriorating timbers and piles of
trash compete for the attention of code enforcement inspectors.


Clay County MDA boot drive

set for Veterans Day weekend


Secti on A-2


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Winter Lights display called off for 2005


Special to Clay Today
GREEN COVE SPRINGS-Plans toturnmthe
Reynolds Park Yacht Club into winter won-
derland complete with an ice skating rink
have been putonholdfor this year, the event
coordinator announced Tuesday, Nov. 8.
"We need another year to do itright. We
just couldn'tmakeithappen this year the way
we wanted,"JoeHapi said. "Thisis afirst-class
event and with a short window to put it to-
gether and logistical problems due to the re-
cent storms in the Gulf Coast, we just can't
make it work the way it should be done."
Residents will still get a taste of what is


to come, however. Reynolds Park prom-
ised the City of Green Cove Springs earlier
that it would provide its street lighting for
this holiday season and the Merchant's As-
sociation was promised a large display as
part of their "Christmas inThe Park" event.
Reynolds Park will honor those com-
mitments and wants the community to see
a sample of what will happen in 2006, ac-
cording to a press release.
Green Cove Springs was going to be one
of only a few cities in the country to host a
major holiday light festival. The holiday
event was going to be designed to draw the
same interest from area residents as the


Lake Asbury plan hits blockade


By Greg Walsh, Managing Editor
gwalsh@jcppgromp.com


GREEN COVE SPRINGS Clay County
officials are trying to remain publicly pos-
itive about implementing the again de-
layed Lake Asbury Master Plan, but their
actions said otherwise last week. .
After hearing about multiple chal-.
lenges to the Master Plan that will require
a district law judge to referee, Planning
Commissioner members questioned why


to continue the moratorium on new re-
zoning requests until May 2006.
"I'm wondering if six months is going to
be enough," Planning Commission Presi-
dent James Smith said at the Thursday,
Nov. 3, meeting.
Reaching an agreement through the fa-
cilitator doesn't mean the plan also could-
n't face a court challenge that would
further delay its implementation, Chief
LAKE ASBURY continued on page A-24


"Shrimp Festival" and the "Opening of the
Beaches."
The First Coast Winter Lights was to be
held'at Reynolds Park Yacht starting Dec.
9. Visitors would have driven though a two-
mile stretch of 112 lighted holiday scenes
on their way to an ice-skating rink and an
outdoor movie theater, ginger bread house
and a marshmallow roast
Visitors could rent skates and watch a
movie from their car or sit on their blanket
or lawn chair. A 50-foot lighted tree would


have adorned the center of the First Coast
Winter Lights.
"We were looking forward to another
family oriented event at Reynolds Park.
Needless to say, we are very excited about
having it next year and now we can add a
Halloween event as well Now \ e ha % e a full
year to prepare," Hapi said.
Individuals and organizations with
questions or interest in sponsorships at the
2006 lights display can contact Hapi at
(9i0 4) 284-4667.


POLICE BRIEFS


Two on cycle hurt
Clay Today staff
ORANGE PARK Two people were criti-
cally injured Monday, Nov. 7, when a pick-
uptruck pulled into their path on Kingsley
Avenue, the Florida Highway Patrol said.
Jotliua Coiiklin, 18, andJudith Fries,
both ofJacksonville, had to be airlifted to
Sliand>Jac k.o nilIe fi ollo iiI.g the 6:10. p.m.
crash one-h.luf lnile east of Blanding. Boule-
1. jd.said FHP spokemin Lt. Bill e ipeti.
Thi 200I(i( Ka\\ai:iki %; o:'tbun- n
Iv.lcn trlipt- pkiip aueii mpi-d lpiil out of a
conem-niencie store parking lot into the
ne' stboiindla ii-c,. Lce: sai a. The ic.kup
driver, Antihon Daw, 51, of Green Cove
Spings. ,; n,:,1 iiji ,'ed.
Conklin and Fries were both thrown
from the motorcycle.
Police dogs to get vests
Special to Clay Today
GREEN COVE SPRINGS An Orange
Park organization is donating -$2,000 to
the Clay County.Sheriff's Office to keep
police dogs safe.
The .donation by VFW Post 5958's
Ladies Auxiliary will purchase bullet-


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Orange Park
St. John's Bluff
West Side Jacksonville


proof vests for the department's two cur-
rent dogs. The group is also starting an
effort to buy the vests for two additional
dogs the department plans to add this fis-.
cal year, said department spokesperson
Maryjustino.
K-9 Units regularlybecomeinvolved in
very dangerous crime scenes and criminal
searches.Justino said customized K-9 vests
protect the dogs from criminals who
would shoot or stab them in order to es-
cape arrest.
The check was presented Wednes-
day, No\. 9, at the post on Arora Boule-
vard in Orange Park. Afterwards, the
police dogs and their deputy/handlers
put on a demonstration of VFW and
auxiliary members.

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Every year produces more veterans honor them


From wherelsit


The Treaty of
Versailles, signed
Nov. 11, 1918, ended '
World War I (or the
first "half of the
Great War, depend-
ing on how you lookA
at it). It also set the Bob Henderson
date for Armistice STAFF WRITER
Day and ushered in
an era of relative peace.
The peace didn't last long less than 10
years then an unemployed paperhanger
surrounded himself with bunch of thugs,
took over Germany, declared war on the
world and set the planet aflame.
When that conflict ended in 1945,
Armistice Day became Veterans' Day be-
cause now we had a new generation of vet-
erans to honor and memorialize.
Peace didn't last long however. Before


the echo of the last shot died out, the Cold
War was on and, as Winston Churchill said,
'An iron curtain descended over Europe."
It was less than five years from the sign-
ing of the surrender documents in Tokyo
Bay to the incursion of North Korea into
South Korea and the Korean "police ac-
tion" was on.
The United States had not disentangled
itself from that conflict when we sent our
first "observers" to VietNam and usheredin
one of the most shameful periods in our na-
tional history. I can think of no war or
armed conflict thathas had the unanimous
support of the American public. But itis one
thing to refuse support to American actions,
it is quite another to vilify the young men
and women who fight, are maimed or lose
their lives. Young Americans went through
hell in Viet Nam and came home to catch
more hell from the very people they had a
right to expect would hail them as heroes. It
was disgraceful, it was shameful and some


of the victims of their countrymen's scorn
carry the scars with them to this day.
From Viet Nam on, the United States
has found itself under attack around the
world; in border skirmishes, in outright at-
tacks on embassies and military establish-
ments, in terrorist attacks.
On Sept. 11,2001, terroristsbrought their
obscene assault to our sovereign shores.
The war against terror is not a popular
one in Americabut, as County Veterans' Ser-
vices Officer Fred Van Leeuwen told the
Board of County Commissioners Tuesday,
thank God peoplearen'tvilifying thisgener-
ationof soldiers, sailors, marines and airmen.
Whether or not you agree with the con-
flict, our armed service people fought and
are fighting to protect the liberties and
safety of the one nation that has ever exist-.
ed in which its people enjoy so great a lati-
tude of freedom.
Withhold support from the current
conflict if you will, but uphold our sons


and daughters, our brothers and sisters, fa-
thers, mothers, aunts and uncles. Support
your neighbors' kids and all theyoung peo-
ple whose lives will be forever changed in
these opening days of the 21st Century.
. Peace has been a scarce commodity
since 1918. ma\ we somieda\ find it.
EDITOR'S NOTE: Do,',l "J igl tto send us
your letters for our Thanksgiving edition. We
would like to have them no later than Wednes-
day, Nov.16.


Advisory panel to meet

The Fleiming Island Advis-_r_
( onmittee will meet i 7 p.m. Tlhurs-
da\. Ni \. 17. in Conferencte Rom:,i B
on the fol i th floo'l fli theC1i Cla -iun -
i.\ Aditiniktlra i on Building, US 17
andi HciUtinL Sneet. G_,ict:n (A,\Af
Spi ns-.Tlihe in-eting IsopeIn)tid thi
pu.tblh is iVIted t L attend.


Teenage Republicans face adversity


Dear Editor:
The newly revamped Middleburg
Teenage Republican Club has gotten off
to a great start. Less than one year ago this"
club was not meeting and did not have
any active members. Now they are look-
ing at a membership that could easily
surpass 50 students by Christmas.
Success, however, did not come easy;
the club has faced many t trials and tribu-
lations since rebirth. The club got a check-
ing account that was in debt; they were
promised that the trip to see the Governor
would be counted as a field trip, and
more. In addition, the adult sponsor,
Ridge Atrews, was told that he would not
have to pay anything out of his own pock-
et. He now has the responsibility for the
entire bill of the trip to Tallahassee.
Over the last month the teens we have
beenkeptbusy andinvolved in the local com-
munity, having their first organizational


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meeting at Cedar River in Middleburg the
last part of September then assisting with
Tom Gallagher's visit to Clay County and, of
course, the most recent meeting with Gover-
norJeb Bush in Tallahassee.
Prior to meeting with Governor Bush
the kids were shown around the Republi-
can Headquarters, and the Capitol Build-
ing. The favorite area was the top floor at
the Capitol Building where it is nothing
but windows. The view is just breathtak-
ing from there.
After taking pictures for a few min-
utes they went down for their meeting
with the Governor. One could sense that
everyone was getting nervous while they
were waiting. When they called the group
back to his office,Jeb Bush sat down and
started interac t i ng is i th the kids as soon
as he walked in.

TEENAGE continued on page A-5


!CLy County


What's the best area of Clay County to live in?


Dennis Pries, Orange Park
"Orange Park. It's laid out nicely and
doesn't have the big town theme yet."


Michael Riggins, 45, Orange Park
"Orange Park. I've been through all the
towns (in Clay County) and I like it the
best, mainly for the mall and the restau-
rants. Everything is close by. I feel like
this area is more racially tolerant and
relaxed about race issues, too."


Ted Boyer, 72, Middleburg
"Right where I live on Apache Court between
Seminole Village and Lake Asbury. It's one
of the quieter places in civilized Clay County.
We're a couple of miles from shopping areas
in Middleburg. And we're adjacent to the
Ravines Conservation area."


Charlotte DeLong, Orange Park
"Green Cove Springs, there is too much
traffic and development really every-
where in the county. When I moved here
it was because I wanted to live out
where there weren't many people."


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TEENAGE from page A-4
The teens had been planning all the
way to Tallassee what to ask him. Michael
Roberts asked the Governor the question
everyone wanted an answer to, "Are you
going to run for President in 2008?" With a
shocked look on his face, he said that, when
his term is up, he will go back to Miami and
rest but will not retire from politics.
After all the conversation had died
down and we had all taken our pictures
with the Governor, he took us on a tour of
his working office where he wrote the


Republican Club an official get-out-of-
school note, which was, needless to say, a
big hit with the teens.
After that meeting, we proceeded to
Tom Gallagher's office. We went in and
were able to ask questions and take pic-
tures with him. When Gallagher found
out about the note from the Governor, he
wrote one to second the Governor's.
Thanks to Gov.Jeb Bush and Chief Fi-
nancial Officer Tom Gallagher for being
kind enough to take time out of their sched-
ules to meet with the leaders of tomorrow.
I have learned a lot from these


teenagers. The President of the, Club
Drew Marsh, told me "We reallyappreciate
whatBreida and you have done for us, itis
really a great opportunity for us to be able
to meet with the Governor. I know there
were some who said if we our parents don't-
care enough about driving us there, we
don't need to go. But a lot of parents work
and are not able to take us. Thank you."
That makes it all worthwhile to me.
It is critical that we take time to spend
with our up and coming generations be-
cause they will be the ones we will depend
on later in life. I would like to say "Thank


you" to all the teenager'swho helped
make this trip possible., Dre Mai sh, pres-
ident; Ashlea Eucker, P.LO: Michael
Roberts. secretary: Zach Head, vice pres-
ident: Birett Turcott, treasurer: Alex, ind
to mi adult ice sponsor. BrendaRuiz.
Iwill bekeeping the teens busy. Keep
an eye out because our first annual
fundraiser will be coming up in the
spring of next year. Anyone interested in
joining or helping with the club may con-
tact me at (904) 509-7547.
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By Bob Henderson, Staff
bhenderson@jcpgroup.com

GREEN COVE SPRINGS Glenn Las-
siter, who took the reins Tuesday, Nov. 8,
as Clay County Commission chairman,
also announced he will not seek reelec-
tion to his commission seat.
The meeting also featured two office-
holders, Clerk of CourtJamesJett and
Sheriff Rick Beseler, presenting the com-
mission with a total of more than $2 mil-
lion in unspent county funds.
"When I ran for the commission, it
was never my intention to seek a career,"
Lassiter said. 'After much soul-searching
and prayer, I have decided to go into full-
time children's ministry. I will not seek re-,
election."
Lassiter later told Clay Today that he
had accepted the position of director of
ranch and farming operations for Sea-
mark Ranch, a home for abused and
homeless children near Green Cove
Springs.
Lassiter has been associated with Sea-
mark since 2003. He describes Seamark
as "a privately funded Christian min-
istry." At present, it has one building, the
boys' home, complete and is waiting for
permits to construct a companion home
for girls.
Lassiter's seat will not go begging. Al-
ready five persons have announced their
intention to seek the position: Stephen P.
Allain, Keystone Heights; Richard E Be-
bout, Keystone Heights; Lyndle M. Hale,
Keystone Heights; David L. Noakes, Key-
stone Heights; and Charles R. "Scotty"
TaylorJr. Middleburg.
The five have until September 2006
to qualify. Election will be in Novem-
ber 2006.
Earlier in the meeting Clerk of Court
JamesJett, followed by Sheriff Rick Be-


FILE PHOTO FILE PHOTO
Harold Rutledge Glenn Lassiter


seler, approached the podium.
Jett presented a check for $1,444,185 to
the commission. The funds are the un-
spent budgeted revenues received by the
clerk's office.
In making the presentation,Jett said,
"Statutorily, the clerk's office could utilize
these funds. However, we have been very
pro-active in our objective to spend only
what we need to provide our citizens with
the best services possible."
Jett listed employee commitment, ef-
ficiency and cooperation with thejudici-
ary as some of the reasons for why he
could return the funds.
Beseler also came armed with a
"big check."
"Today I am here to report that my
original estimate of $500,000 reversion
was incorrect," Beseler said. '"As a result of
money-saving efforts, some generated by
employee generated cost saving initia-
tives, we have increased the amount of
cash to be reverted to the citizens from
the 2004/2005 budget."
Beseler then unfolded an oversized


mock check made
out for $1,009,190.
In other action,
the commission:
Heard Veterans'
Service Officer Fred
Van Leeuwen make a
presentation regard-
ing Veterans Day. As
part of the presenta-
tion, his. assistant
Madelyn Procter,
whose husband was
killed in Vietnam,
presented the fami-
ly's view. "Give all you
can," she said. "I gave
a man."


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the meeting of the Clay Board of County Commissioners Tuesday, Nov. 8.


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outline progress being made in the case
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county is in the process of negotiating
some six consent orders. He also fended
off suggestions that the BCC was not
being kept informed. He said that action
so far was a staff function and that the
commission is informed prior to any-
thing going to Tallahassee.
Listened as Commissioner Pat Mc-
Govern told them-that he was discontin-
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the Na\) 's intention regarding Cecil
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November 10, 2005 CLAYTODAYBIZ Section A-7


PHOTO SPEC oL TO CtL. TOD
Clay County Commission District 2 candidate Doug Conkey, right, files paperwork with
Scott Miller of the Clay County Supervisor of Elections Office.


Conkey files for 2006


County Commission race


(Editors note: The following information
was provided by the candidate and has not
been independently verified. Clay Today en-
courages all candidates in the 2006 Clay
County primary and general elections to sub-
mit information about themselves and their
views. The newspaper reserves the right to edit
submissionsfor grammar, clarity and length.)

Special to Clay Today

ORANGE PARK After serving 21 years
to our country, a former U.S. Navy.pilot
seeks to continue public service as a Clay
County Commissioner.
Dcoug Conkey of Orange Park filed a
letter of intent with the Clay County Su-
pervisor of Elections to run for the Dis-
trict Two seat on the Clay County Board
of Commissioners. Commissioner Pat
McGovern currently holds the District
2 seat.
Conkey, who has lived in the communi-
ty for 20 years, is running because he wants
to restore leadership and credibility to the
county so citizens can move successfully
into the future.
'"The citizens have to believe the Board
of County Commissioners is truly working
in the best interests of the county," Conkey
said. 'Attention to detail, cooperation, ac-
countability -and simple common sense
would have gone a long way in preventing
-some of the past and current issues plagu-
ing the county."
Conkey, who graduated with merit from
the U.S. Naval Academy, has years of lead-
ership experience will play a key role in


shaping the future for Clay County citi-
zens. Conkey said strong leadership is
needed to manage some of the tough is-
sues Clay County will face in the coming
years, such as growth, transportation, and
economic development.
"It is essential we develop a county mas-
ter plan that encompasses such key areas as
education, transportation, professional
services, and economic development,"
Conkey said. "We have a lot of talented and
experienced people living here... who
could play valuable roles in helping shape
our future."
Conkey entered the race afterbeing en-
couraged by friends and family. However,
Conkey is not a political novice having
grown up watching both his parents serve
on the School Committee in his native city
of Foxboro, Mass. After retiring in Massa-
chusetts, his father moved to. Briny
Breezes, Fla., where he served two terms as
mayor until his death in 2000.
"I am very proud of my parents accom-
plishments and dedication to serving the cit-
ize>,:-.nsofi, d u o: ni [-iii C." CoI]le' sa.id."I
I:in deavor 1o uphold Idieu l\ Utlusard hope.-
f all\ uitdll diose inct \:ldues n mi\ chdkre n."
Conkey, an avid amateur golfer, has rep-
resented the U.S. Navy six times in his
Navy career at the Interservice Golf
Championships arid has been a member
of the amateur team of the Underwood
Cup matches three times.
A lifelong Republican, Conkey and his
wife have two daughters who attend Clay
County pIublic sc hols .md are members
of St. Catherine's Catholic Church.


Transportation C:ommittee explores


publiciprivate funding partnership
By Debbie Israel Messer, Staff private/public partnerships to occur. The
. ........ .... ....... partnerships'can develop from a solicita-
tion from a public agency or a private com-
ORANGE PARK Clay County's Trans- 1.un11\ ,IIl% p|i--'ses, ,1,.1-hiiap:.tn- A'hip. ald.
portation Advisory Committee (TAC) is .1 pi irioje. 'i public ino
looking into ways to fund the Quter Belt- sl'; lin dci l-d i- i met h, I ns:
way under discussion -') the Florida De- used to pursue public works projects: the
apartment of Transportation and Clay traditional method, the design/build
County. method and the public private partner-
At their meeting,Wednesday, Nov. 2, ship method.
committee members heard from William The traditional (bid/build) method of
Shelor, regional manager for business de- pursuing a project starts with a public
velopment, of APAC, Inc, a subsidiary of agency identifying a need and then coor-
AshlandPaving and Construt:i.tin about dinatiiig hic& planrfinii'..g uid designof the
the potential for public / private partner- prioj.(c _. C-,nl A l1 ion Ithe occI: is through
ships for funding road projects. Shelor abid p Xocess I[I ai a conu u.i -t This is the


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OP native to sing in Mobile.


Special to Clay Today
MOBILE, ALA.- PhilipJewell of Orange
Park will perform in 'Amahl and the
Night Visitors," a presentation of the
University of Mobile Opera Workshop.
Jewell will be part of the chorus of
shepherds and villagers in'Amahl." He is
also a member of UM's new Chamber
Singers.
The 2001 graduate of First Coast
Christian School is the son of Samuel and
PatsyJewell of Orange Park. He is a mem-
ber of Harbor Baptist Church.
Jewell is a freshman majoring in church


music with a minor in worship leadership.
In addition to his other activities, he is also
part of UM's University Singers.
"Amahl and the Night Visitors" is an
opera in one act by Gian Carlo Menotti
that will be directed by Melba Brown. It,
will be presented Friday, Dec. 2 at 7 p.m.
and Saturday, Dec. 3, at 2 p.m. at Govern-
ment Street Baptist Church in Mobile.
For reservations, call 251-442-2420 or
251-442-2322.
The UM Chamber Singers is a 16-voice
choral ensemble that performs sacred
and secular material in classic and tradi-
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Funding approved for


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By Bob Henderson, Staff
bhenderson@jcpgroup.com

ORANGE PARK State funds totaling
more than $33 million that will pay to
widen the Doctors Lake Bridge on U.S.
17 have been approved, Clay County
officials learned last week.
Clay County Commissioners and
the First Coast Metropolitan Planning
Organization learned on F idaN\.No\.
4, that the funding would be available
for the 2006-2007 fiscal year, which


beginsJuly 1.
"This is a big plumb for Clay Coun-
ty," said George Bush, commission
president.
The six-laning project is considered
vital for Northeast Florida, according
to the state Department of Trans-
portation.
"This will complete U.S. 17 as a six-
lane facility tot suipplt i pi dI
County and jobs in thellJ: k. n ilie
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BELTWAY from page A-1


with other regulatory agencies that have
a stake in the project and found them sup-
portive, said William Henderson, district
planning and environmental manager.
"We have just started to get into talking
to them," Henderson said. "They know
about the study and we've talked about it
to them, and they are going to be cooper-
ating agencies.
"It's still early. Those minefields are
still out there, but at least from the Corps
and Coast Guard and the (St. Johns)
Water Management District we haven't
heard of anything. They think it's a
doable project."
There are some concerns, however, in-
cluding extensive wetlands that would be
impacted by the proposed highway, Hen-
derson said.
"We have a lot of stakeholders, the en-
vironmental agencies, the county per-
sonnel, the landowners large and small,
elected officials; it's all something we are
going to work with everybody. Hopeful-
ly when we are done with this process we
will have something that's going to feed
this need."
Henderson said DOT researched
another Clay-St. Johns county bridge


FDOT study cites project growth for Clay/St. Johns
GREEN COVE SPRINGS -The Florida Department of Transportation study
predicts:
*The impacted areas of Clay and St.Johns counties will have 62,000 more
dwellings, 225,000 more people and 50,000 more daily vehicle trips by 2025.
But the u end will continue for a majority of both counties' residents to drive
to Duval County daily for their jobs.
The Shands Bridge has alieadN exceeded its maximum capacity and the
Buckman Bridge is presently at 89 percent capacity.
A stu vey conducted duin ig the last public meetings found the public even-
h split atr S percent over whether to build the new bridge atPopo Poincotr next
to the- existing Shandh Bridge.


connection in the 1980s, only to dismiss it
when it appeared Northeast Florida pop-
ulation trends were slowing down.
"Now, not only do we think there is a
need for a new bridge, but also feel like it
needs to be a limited access, interstate-
type road," he said.
Still, any possible construction on the
highway is at least 10 years away, Hender-
son said. And completion of the entire
project could take up to 30 years,
depending on funding availability and
delays from unexpected issues.
"The example I give is, you know the
big interchange they just completed for
Florida 9A inJacksonville?' They did the


PD&E (planning, design and engineer-
ing) on that in 1975.1 was in high school.
These are big tickets. They have to com-
pete with other big-ticket projects
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statewide and nationwide for funding."
People attending could look at huge
aerial maps laid over several banquet-
length tables that showed the proposed
routes. More than a dozen DOT repre-
sentatives were on hand to answer
questions.
Addressing concerns over when the
meeting started and adequate access, the
DOT also scheduled hourly showings of
the same 22-minute powerpoint presen-
tation starting at 4 p.m.
Afterwards, residents were encour-
aged to review the maps and give formal
comments to court reporters. Residents
were also encouraged to contact DOT
with comments or follow up on "rumors"
about the project.
The website is www.sjrbridge.com


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Sarah-Crane, right, who lives in a subdivision along County Road 209, gives a state-
ment to court reporter Beth Masters Thursday, Nov. 3, during a state Department of
Transportation hearing on the proposed St. Johns River Crossing project.


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Sisters say goodbye to tea room


By Trisha Cormeny, Staff
kormteny@jcpgroup.conm

ORANGE PARK One local icon closed its
doors indefinitely Saturday, Oct 29,buthave
no fear, The Sisters Tea Room will return.
"We appreciate all of our customers
and friends through the years and will
miss them terribly. We've had a lot of great
friends that have come in here," said
Gwen Chojnacki.
Along with sister Bobbie Jo Robbins,


Chojnacki started the little tea cottage at
906 Park Ave. 33 years ago and never
thought she'd see the day when she'd be
serving pie for the last time.
"I'm happy and sad at the same time,"
said Chojnacki teary-eyed. "I thought it was
justgoingtoend,butI'mjustso thrilled that
Rose and Kelley will be going on with it."
Three weeks before The Sisters Tea
Room greeted customers for the last time,
Rose Comn and Kellh-v Moore came by to


have a quick lunch. Once they realized The
Sisters was up for sale, the two best friends
sprang into action.
"I've been coming here since it opened,"
said Conry, a 1980 Miss Clay County. "We
want to keep the core values of integrity
thatSistershasbeenbuilton.Withoutkeep-.
ing that alive, it's not going to be Sisters."
And so, the two entrepreneurs hashed
out a plan where they, along with two silent
partners, would take over ownership of


The Sisters Tea Room and hope to reopen
the establishment in another location in
the county by the end ofJanuary.
"We believe that The Sisters have given
of themselves and that's wh\ we love com-
ing here," said Moore. "They've built abusi-
ness here. We want to keep it as close to
their hearts as we can."
According to Moore and Conry, who
also own Employment Resources and So-
lutions inJacksonville, those who visit-The
Sisters Tea Room at its new loca-
S ion will not find many differ-
Senices from the original
I establishment, including Bobbie
S jo, w howillremainasheadcook.
"We hope to build it to be
1 when pcople-, walk in the door
they feel. the same sense of
1 i- home," said Moore. "We want to
ina ke sure we keep the momen-
tu m going. Bobbie Jo wants to
c ont inue working and we're de-
'i oht:-d atIl e-herwithus.After
all. she is one of The Sisters."
S' Ac iiig tMoore, the prop-
SI 1.t\ 1i1 1nPa,_i k A. c.Jias I)(-en ii ,
S 1to a doctor. The new ownersof Sis-
r' r[s TeaRoom are currentlylook-
inic for a new location in the
SOiange Park area and promise
diat the Clay County icon will re-
t ur n. pie a.d all.
"We are totally 100 pe c nt
excitedd" said :Moore. "I've
worked in all types of restati-
rants. We're j iust going to keep
thie tradition as it has been -
that's exactly what we love.".


STAFF PHOTO BY TRISHA CORMENY
Sealing it with pie. A friendly tea toast and slice of pumpkin pie sealed the deal be-
tween the former Sisters owners and new entrepreneurs. Gwen Chojnacki, left, Kelley
Moore, Bobbie Jo Robbins, and Rose Conry recently agreed to continue the tradition of
the Sisters Tea Room.


JCP's Grassia receives


publishing award


I Subscribe te Clay Tolay call 264-3200.136


Special to Clay Today

ORLANDO -Vincent Gras-
sia of Journal Community
Publishing Inc. (JCP) was re-
cently honored with their
Community Papers of Flori-
da's Presidential Award.
PresidentJ.W. Owens said '
Grassia was instrumental in
working with PaperChain; a
committee of representa-
tives of the national, region-
al and state free paper Vincent G
associations working to
brand the free paper industry.
Grassia, a CPF member since 1998,
headed CPF's PaperChain committee
and led.the efforts to get the committee
involved with the March of Dimes,
Owens said.
"(Grassia's) efforts have led to a rela-
tionship with the March of Dimes that
will benefit this association," Owens said
at the CPF fall conference last week.
"Through his efforts the free paper in-
dustry donated space for the March of
Dimes WalkAmerica and Prematurity
Awareness campaigns. Tear sheets were
provided. Impressed, the March of Dimes
posted a write-up on free papers on their .
Internet site."
Grassia said he was very appreciative
for the award.
"In my 30 plus years in this business,
my work with March of Dimes has been
the most fulfilling thing I've ever experi-
enced," he said.
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agreed to provide $500,000 in
donated advertising space to
March of Dimes in 2005. In
return, the PaperChain logo
will be displayed on their
Web site and on the brochure
that goes to the numerous
volunteers and corporate
leaders, along with an article
*,- of who and what PaperChain
represents. PaperChain's logo
is prominently placed on
their brochure, together with
3rassia the logos of the corporate gi-
ants of America.
"The success of this program will be
used to market PaperChain and its goals
of branding tle industry," said Owens.
Grassia is North Florida group man-
ager for Waupaca, Wis.-basedJCP. The
company publishes Clay Today, the Pdnte
Vedra Recorder, the St.Johns Recorder,
Car Connection and Argyle Today.
He is also a member of the CPF board
6f directors and a member of the Associ-
ation of Free Community Papers.
Grassia moved to Florida in 1998 when
he assumed the role of general manager
of the Jacksonville Shopping Guide be-
fore being promoted to group publisher.
His prior experience includes being em-
ployed at The Advisor in Middletown,
NJ.; ad director of the Greater Media
weekly publications in Brunswick, N.J.,
and general manger of The Marketeer in
Staten Island, N.Y.
A Rutgers University graduate, Gras-
sia and his wife, Holly, live in Ponte Vedra
with thei r two .hildren.-,- -.': ,.:


November 10, 2005


CLAYTODAYBIZ


Section A-12









'Simon Day of Giving' shopping


event set for Nov. 20


Special to Clay Today
ORANGE PARK- Orange Park Mall
and invites shoppers to combine a head
start on holiday shopping with charita-
ble giving at this year's Simon Day of
GivingSM on Sunday, Nov. 20 from 12- 6
p.m. The annual charity event will fea-
ture family entertainment, retailer sav-
ings and giveaways.
Simon Day of Giving offers shoppers
the opportunity to enjoy an afternoon of
holiday shopping and entertainment
while supporting local and regional char-
ities. Participating charities will include
Central Civitan Club, Florida Depart-
ment of Children and Families, Child,
Guidance Center, Knights of Columbus,
Boy Scouts of America, Black Creek Dis-
trict and Take Stock in Children.


Tickets for Simon Day of Giving are $8,
with proceeds benefiting the participat-
ing charities including the Simon Youth
Foundation, a nonprofit educational or-
ganization established by Simon Proper-
ty Group. While the mall will be open to
the public during Simon Day of Giving,
only those shoppers who purchase tickets
in advance or at the door will participate
in the charitable giving and receive ex-
clusive discounts and offers from partici-
pating tenants. Tickets are available for
purchase now through the participating
charities or through Simon Guest Ser-
vices at Orange Park Mall.
Last year's Simon Evening of Giving,
held at 63 other Simon Malls nation-
wide, raised more than $1.9 million for
more than 2,500 local, regional and na-
tional charities.


CLAY TODAY STAFF PHOTO

Ham Jam winner announced
Shannon Bean of Green Cove Springs was the lucky'winner of the Ham Jam tick-
et giveaway sponsored by Clay Today. Bean received four tickets to the event,
held last week at Reynold's Park Yacht Center featuring country singers Tracy
Lawrence and Lorrie Morgan.


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November 10, 2005


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Finding a home for Hobo


By Diane E. Shepard, Correspondent

LAKE ASBURY Whoever believes that
animals do not have feelings, has obvious-
ly never met Hobo.
"Hobo" is a seven-month old female
Rottweiler pup with a strong "Mama" in-
stinct, who fed three five-month old kittens
the only way she knew how-by regurgitat-
ing her own food.
Rick Kirchner said he was surprised one
day recently to see a dog sitting inhis drive-
way. He could tell right away that she was
friendly and affectionate.After looking
around and not seeing any sign of an
owner, he decided to feed the dog.
Over the next few days, the Kirchners
said they posted notices and checked with
neighbors, but no one claimed her, and
Rick, his wife Katie, and daughter Autumn,-
continued to feed and play with the dog.
Oddly, though, Rick said every time the
dog finished eating, she would head to the
woods next to their home. His curiosity was
piqued, and after observing this for a few
days, he follow her.
What he saw next, he said, really
"floored" him.
"There she was, with the kittens around
her, throwing up her food for them to eat,"
he said. "I guess she just wanted to make
sure we were okay before she let us know
about the kittens."
When they discovered the three kittens,
they said they knewvexactly what to do. They
called their friend and neighbor,Jeanne
Dixon, a registered "people" nurse with a
passion for animal rescue, who runs Animal
Rescue Movement, a no-kill, non-pl ofit or-
ganization/home for dogs and cats.
While they waited for Dixon to arrive,
the Kirchners put the kittens in a cage and
were impressed to see the dog laying next
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Dixon, who has more than 13 years of
animal rescue experience with dogs and
cats, said it is highly unusual for a dog as
young as she is-especially a "Rottie"-to do
something like this and to have such a
strong maternal instinct and bond with cats.
Dixon took the kittens to her home to
take care of them and-have them tested be-
fore taking them to the Animal Rescue
Movement home.
To ease Hobo's anxiety at being sepa-
rated from the kittens, they rubbed each
kitten's scent on a stuffed animal and gave
them to her.
Both Dixon and the Kirchners suspect
that the dog and the three kittens had come
from the same place, and-were most likely
dropped off together near the Kirchner's
Lake Asbury home onBlack Creek.
Dixon said it is-a crime-both literally
and figuratively-to abandon animals.
"This kind of thing happens way too
often," Dixon said. "People need to realize
that dogs and cats can't just survive on their
own.Theyneedus.However you endup with
an animal you have a responsibility to that
animal-to feed it, and care for it, and keep it
safe-and notjust drop it off somewhere."
Animal abandonment is against the law,
and according to www.animallaw.info,
Florida law states it isa first-degree misde-
meanor, and is punishable by possible im-
prisonment and a fine up to $5,000.
"We live in a disposable society," Dixon.
said, "but people have to realize that ani-
mals are not disposable."
.Rick said that once Hobo was sure the kit-
tens were being fed, she went back to eating
noir nal.ls,bit. that ii did iulc hl:i a f,:_ di, s.
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Hobo is shown with with his friends Autumn Kirchner, 16, and kittens Katie, Autumn
and Chester.


In the days since, the Kirchners decided
to make the dog a permanent member of
their family.
Rick sayshe could not resist naming the
pupHobo.
ThoughHobohas found ahome,her kit-
tenbuddies arestillinneedof one. While the
Kirchner family is touched by the affinity
Hobo has for the kittens, there is one mem-
ber of the Kirchner clan who does not share
that affinity for cats, and he has feathers.
"We already have a parrot in the house,".
Katie said, "and Ijust don't think they will
coexist peacefully together."
Thekittensareblackandwhite "tuxedos,"
as they are called, and now live-at least tem-


porarily-at Dixon's Animal Rescue home.
She calls them Katie, Autumn and Chester.
According to Dixon, they are sweet and
pla\ fil Shel aid her vcti:-ri inaiih hasgicn
, the ma clean bill of. health. ind thei aMr
ready for adoption to good homes.
Hobo has taken to her new family just
fine. Katie said her husband has found a
wonderful companion in Hobo, and she
said thaL except for a few holes Hobo has
been digging in'the yard, she is a terrific dog.
For more informationon adopting these
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Middleburg Relay for Life set


By Lisa Dail. Correspondent
Illu ine ,iht i i wi uI '[ldl b[e lil it th[ e
nrlxt *1ien1ialion I f children lived in aI
cancer ti\a-" That is the goal for people like
Ton\a MLIcha.soe-oine who I'cItrIIrentIl
filh6in ,iancer.I.
MIt i(_-Il-a,.( )tIhcI r 11ir% i\ "L%.: 1 ra l \ %.I Ih I tn -els
aie(:iitrcnl\ Ill [li process'-A,: i ..ot1 onizinL
the illlth l alnnial .ilirican (lnCier .b" oci-
et'% O( )i :t.- Park Reli\ for Life c\e'r.
D[)iingi Relav for Lif. an 1s-liour \alk
to aise aIione \ fo .ianceri etai (, le iami
bI 8-15 people are organized to walk-
around a track after getting sponsorships.
Last year, 4,400 Relay for Life events
took place throughout the United States,
with 251 events in Florida. There were sim-
ilar Relay for Life events in 16 countries
around the world.
According to the American Cancer So-
ciety, in 20051.3 million Americans were
diagnosed with cancer, 96,000 of which
wereFloridians.
Lastyear'seventsraised$364millionworld-
wide,with$173millionraisedinFlorida.
"During the event there will be activities
and entertainment for the other team
members and community members that
are there to support us," said Anita Sulli-
van, community representative for the Or-'
ange Park area.
The goal for next year's event is to have
30 teams and raise $35,000 to support the
American Cancer Society. Orange Park
Medical Center and Clay Electric have al-
ready promised to be sponsors for the up-
coming event.
The theme for the 2006 relays for life is


part\ with a pIurpIose. Each Ie'iii \ ill ha\Il
a s-.ipa' ilat part\ th l II-I e l []Ilelr I.ea'tIl.
One teair, ha dei.e1lt,_I d tlhaI t[ifII r lItillt
for Ithis \ear' iace Isa Ipaja.I- p-.1I[t\.eacl-h
mernbct of the Iteam i ill be in th_- pij.-
mas fi %[he eill heaid 'llio an.
1113', f II tOw l \I t ll'.t:Ij "lllhmdil .
The 2201711 Rcl:\ fi:)r Life n ill take place
on 1April i, '2- t911 _"1i. rand ill bc ,';in r
p.nl. The el' -ie t r ill he :li eld foi tIe firii
tinneal RMt ei Hilh.School.
"Di ite t[o di c t-lang ijt h_,(.iucioritiC_,[ o [ i 1 -
mittee ini(.hale (of ti[sk\ear'silel\ \ Inl' tc
niakeselithedIMiddlebiil-citizeisae-stil
a hi_ part of this e\e nt." said Sullit an
.Atete- iela\.diefh\st \.dkol theeenti,
alh\a)-'dorine by canjcei stu \ioriswhich can
be a very emotional to watch, said Sullivan.
Every year during the relay there is a lu-
niihnari celemiionm to honorpeople.who
are currently fighting or people who have
lost their fight with cancer. An individual
can pay for their relative or friend's name
to be placed in the ceremony, which con-
sists of lighting candles to commemorate,
loved ones.
"Unfortunately, last year during the
relay the luminary ceremony couldn't be
held due to bad weather," said Sullivan.
"This year in the planning events leading
up to the rely, I have prepared the lumi-
nary candle bags to have at events to honor
the people who were supposed to be in last
year's ceremony."
The Relay for Life committee is cur-
rently looking for teams to participate in
next year's race. The committee is also look-
ing for more volunteers is planning the
event and also to be on hand for the race.
To register a team to be in the upcoming
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Empty bowls to be filled at luncheon


By Trisha Cormeny, Staff
trormeny@jcpgroup.comn

ORANGE PARK Empty bowls will be-


come full of life Tuesday, Nov. 15, when
the fourth annual Empty Bowls Lun-
cheon takes place at Orange Park United
Methodist Church'.


"It's a very nice community event," said
Jan Partridge about the Salvation Army
Women's Auxiliary of Clay County-
sponsored event. "The monies we collect
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even though it's hard for them to give the
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them," said Orange Park High art teacher
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148 bowls for the project. "It's a way for
them to give back to their society."
For Orange Park High senior Elise
Lorendana, making a clay bowl repre-
senting a Mexican bird was only part of
the fun.
"It was a really cool project,: said
Lorendana, who said the project involved
conducting research about countries suf-
fering from hunger issues. "I learned
about the Aztecs. We put our talents to-
ward helping others. It's a great idea."
Those who cannot make it to the
luncheon can still buy bowls to help the
project, says Partridge, who said they will
be on display at the Fleming Island
Headquarters Library until Monday,
Nov. 14, when they will be moved to Or-
ange Park United Methodist Church for
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Charles E. Bennett salutes veterans
Fourth-grade students at Charles E. Bennett Elementary in Orange Park salute
during a Veterans Day ceremony Tuesday, Nov. 8, at the school. Veterans from
each department of the military were there, including Navy, Air Force, Army and
Marines. The students sang patriotic songs and played kazoos.




Orange Park Church of the


Nazarene to celebrate 30th


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Special to Clay Today

ORANGE PARK- The Or-
ange Park Church of thel
Nazarene %, ill celebrate 30l
)ears otf ministn in (-.la
County on Stinda\. N(o. 13.
The chl i rc h as organ-
ized in 1975 and tMr-
shipped at O ange Park
High School. Later the\
movedt.)S.Bri aJcnningsI
Elementary. uhch was a
new scliool at that rime.
In 1977, popl)ert ',as
purchased :at 3912 Mood\N
Road and a house r astecnlo-
vated and served as the first
building of \,oi ship.


Two phases of construc-
tion have been done in the past 30 years
and a thih d .ill be finished this year before
Christrns. This laltr .iddiion will provide
classrooms and a youth center. Atleast two
more construction projects are planned
for the future and they include a Family
Life Center and larger Sanctuary.
The Church of the Nazarene is associ-
ated with the International Church of the
Nazarene and this local congregation
helps support missionaries in 150 coun-
tries and a liberal arts university in
Nashville. Nazarenes are Wesleyan in doc-
trine and the local church, serving all of
Clay County, worships in a blended style
and is currently expanding it's music min-
istry as well as Sunday school for children,
youth and adults.
They have an active men's ministry that
meets the second Saturday of each month
and a number of the ladies are attending
"Women of Faith" in Orlando this month.
The speaker for the morning service on
the 13th is the Rev. Lonnie Grant Jr., a 1979
graduate of Orange Park High School
who was a part of the church youth group
in the late 1970s and early 80s.
Grant is also a graduate of Nazarene
Bible College in Colorado Springs, Col.
He currently pastors the Church of the
Nazarene in Bainbridge, Ga., and also
serves the Georgia District of the
Nazarene Church as the District Youth
Ministries Director.
The Rev. Stan Wade was the second pas-
tor for the Orange Park church, coming
here in 1977.
Wade and his family served the church
to 1985 and then moved to central Florida
area where he helped build two other
churches.
In 1994; the pastor W:lo'&epWacedade1 '-


PHOTO SPECIAL TO CLAY TODAY
The Rev. Stan Wade


in Orange Park in
1985 retired, and the
church called the
Wades back to serve a
second time. Since his
return, the churchhas
remodeled and added
on as well as hired an
architectural engi-
neer to plan future ex-,;
pansion on the
property.
The 30th anniver-
sary celebration will
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gospl singers. "Holy
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BBQ contest pits friend against friend


By Greg Walsh, Managing Editor
gwalsli@jcpg)oup.comn

GREEN COVE SPRINGS- Charlie Hamil-
ton looked around the back lot of Ham
Jam as he explained to a visitor what it's like
to compete in the annual barbequing com-
petition.
"That's my friend and that's my friend
and that's my friend," Hamilton said of sev-


eral nearby competitors. "If he needs some
ribs or he needs some charcoal or he needs
anything else then we'll help them out. It's
a friendly competition."
It's all about being friendly and relaxed
during the Florida Barbeque Association-
sanctioned event that's been a part of Ham
Jam since its early days in Clay County.
Adult beverages aren't uncommon,
there's plenty of laughter and, well, did we


mention there's adult beverages.
\id it ,s ,i t s:] n,-pl.,i for the easily of-
fended.
For example the winning booth, Rebels
Cook Team of Clay Hill, had a pair of men's
underwear hanging at their entrance with
the words "Hillbilly brief case" written on


St. Lucie County firefighter David Carter
[a 'i, di \ iI'..i ou nd' 11' A i.t111 l I \it%-c:, to anoth-
er Flot id. BBQcompetition.
"We did it four straight weeks earlier
this year," said Carter, whose cook team
member is his brother. "There's just.some-
thing about it that gets into your blood."


'STAFF PHOTO BN C.REG 1h L.SH
There were plenty of spinning rides at Ham Jam, which ended Sunday, Nov. 6, at
Reynolds Park Yacht Center.


.T\xfF PHOTO B\ GREG V.AL.H
A group gathers outside The Cannibals
tent in the barbequing area of Ham Jam.
The trophies were won at previous "mini
Ham Jam" events held in Clay County.


STAFF PHOTO BY GREG WALSH
This outhouse was on display at the Ham
Jam.


STAFF PHO
Winning isn't everything, said Charlie Har
his chief cook, Dave Mulligan, both of Gree


it. A full-sized outhouse
with a dummy's legs
sticking under the door
also was prominently dis-
played
Visitors who can look
Mat thsc and laui.h feel
Srihi.n t home back here.
Rebels' team cook
Dee. Roy said she loves
the camaraderie and
v light atmosphere.
S"Soe of the briskets
can take up to 12 hours,"
she said. "We're up all
night cooking' and
drinking. "
But if you think it's
just a group of folks get-
ting together with their
backyard smoker and a
six-pack, then you
haven't been following
barbequing:
Many of the competi-
I tors sptnd:housands of
dollars on0 top of the line
smoker units thatcanhan-
dle large portions of ribs,
F. chicken and pork brisket.
Then over a period
that can take 12 hours or
more they closely moni-
tor the temperature
while adding various
kinds of charcoaled
wood (not the stuff typi-
TO BY GREG WALSH call found in the gro-
milton, left, and cery store) to give their
*n Cove Springs. offerings the best possi-
ble flavor.
The meat alone can run well above $500
for one competition, not to mention the
many extra costs, travel expenses and
entry fees.
But that doesn't stop people like retired


Competitors have their choice of four
categories: chicken, ribs, pork and brisket.
Each one requires competitors turn in
eight.identifiable portions.
The blind judge grades entries on taste,
tenderness and presentation. Judges'
scores are then put into a computer algo-
rithm that ives an oierdIl ,l,,re.. n a'er-
age- ore is a 7.5.1 ith 10 being excellent.L
Toin Holbriook. FBA top judge at Ham Jam, said sle was im-
pressed by many entries.
'\\'e had a lot of 10s out there today,"
Holb)rook said. "I opened one lunch box
enrir and wasjust stunned at how beauti-
ful it was. These guys really work hard at
making their presentation the best."
Trophies and prize money was handed
out to the top three finishers in each cate-
gory, plus the grand and reserve champi-
ons. The top booth also receives a trophy.
Hamilton, a Green Cove Springs resi-
dent whose team The Cannibals didn't get
a trophy, said he wouldn't blame his fellow
competitors.
"It's not against him or him or him,"
Hamilton said. "It's against the judges.
These people around here are my friends.
It's like a big family out here."
Here are the results of the Ham Jam
competitionfeaturing 21 teams. Results are
posted on the FBAs website, www.flbbq.org:

Grand Champion Woodhouse Grill -
737.40002
Reserve Champion Hogoholics -
735.48332

[Overall]
3. Munchees Smokehouse- 733.68336; 4.
Papa G's Porkers 728.13333; 5. Prime Time
Smokers 722.85001; 6. The Cannibals -
710.36667; 7. HomeBBQcom 703.31668; 8.
Wild Turkeys 700.23334; 9. Poky Smokey

.HAM JAM continued on page A-19


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CORRESPONDENT PHOTO BY STEVE JANOWICZ
With the St. Johns River in the background, Ham Jam's carnival and ferris wheel filled what was an empty field at Reynolds Park
Yacht Center last weekend.

Ham Jam: Something to


grow on for the future'


STAFF PHOTO BY GREG WALSH
Motorcycle riders participating in a Ham Jam-related ride helped raised funds for the
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By Bob Henderson, Staff
bhenderson@jcpgroup.com

GREEN COVE SPRINGS "Every-
thing went very well," said Ronnie
Munsey on Tuesday, Nov. 8, two days
after the closing of the 18th annual
HamJam. 'Attendance was not what we
expected, but anytime you move an
event from one location another you
experience a drop off in attendance. It
is certainly something to grow on for
the future."
The Ham Jam returned to Clay
County this year after a three-\ ear ab-
sence and set up in a highly visible lo-
cation at Reynolds Yacht Center on
SR16 East.
"The. tacilii) t.is gorgeous."Munsey
said. "It has a lot of potential."
- Asked about the HamJam, Green
Cove Springs Police Chief Gail Russell'
said, "There were no incidents, and for
that, we are grateful."
Munsey said that, in economic


terms, the event about broke even. "But
it will get bigger and better," he said.
This yea r's Ha m Jm in drew people
from as far .away as Georgia and
Gainesville, Munsey said.
"It's a pretty good deal," said Gus
Schage fo Fleming Island while wait-'
in:g foi hischildren to finkih :i ideSat-
inda) night. "I like it be,:ause it's not
crowded. The kids are getting quality
time with the rides."
Munsey said that there had been
some complaints about costs but "we're
working on that. We're already in dis-
cussions of how to make it more af-
fordable for working families. We're
trying to fine-tune it to make more
people happy."
"We're already planning for next
year," Munsey said.
That's something that Orange Park
resident Dennis Pries is happy to hear.
"That's been the Clay County thing,"
said Pries, who attended the HamJam
in the past, "having the HamJam here."


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PTK inducts new members at ceremony


Special to Clay Today
ORANGE PARK St.Johns River Com-
munity College's Alpha Epsilon Lambda
Chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa (PTK)
Honor Society held its induction ceremo-
ny Oct. 21.
"This is a formal ceremony and a very
special occasion," said Dr. Chris Beverly,
PTK faculty advisor. "I am very proud of
the officers and of everyone being induct-
ed. This is a very difficult thing to do, and
this is an amazing accomplishment."
Members must have 12 credit hours at
a two-year institution and hold a 3.5 GPA.
The Phi Theta Kappa Alpha Epsilon
Lambda new chapter members are: Ben-
jamin Baggett, Steven Bates, Rebecca
Billups, Ayme Brannen, Michelle Coxx,
Sarah Freitag,Jessica Fryer, Stacy Green,
LynetteJohnson, Sarah KaczorowskiJohn-
son Lamb, Claire Laster, Lori Llewellyn,
Lindsey Mason, Merlin Poter, Reynaldo
Regulation, Holli Schultz, Mindy Smith,
Heather Tipton, Michelle Waltonjennifer
Webb, Chantell Williams, ChadWilson and
Deniece Woodson.,
The officers are: Christi Manuel, presi-
dent; Laraine Pollard, vice president;


Nathaniel De La Cruz, vice president of
scholarships;-LeahEburne, secretary; Holli
Schultz, treasurer; and Benjamin Baggett,
fellowship coordinator.
Beverly pointed out this international
honors society designation remains on


each member's transcript forever as long as
each student maintains a high GPA, and the
organization also promotes scholarships.:
The new members lit candles and recit-
ed their oath in front of family and friends
at the Thrasher-Horne Conference Center


in Orange Park.
Dr. William Simmons, SJRCC Orange
Park campus provost, was the guest speaker.
To learn more about the Phi Theta
Kappa Honor Society and to see SJRCC
members listed, visit www.ptk.org.


PHOTO SPECi XL TO CL \ TODAY,
New Phi Theta Kappa members inducted Oct. 21 are, from left, front: Chris Beverly, Deniece Woodson, Lindsey Mason, Jen-
nifer Webb, Mindy Smith, Lori Llewellyn, Sarah Kaczorowski, Stacy Green; and back;: Holly Schultz, Reynaldo Regulacion,
Chantell Williams, Johnson Lamb, Lynette Johnson, Jessica Fryer, Sarah Freitag, Michelle C6xx, Ayme Brannen, Ben Baggett
and Steven Bates.


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Grove Park Elementary:
KayleeDavid,CorinaRidenhour,Alexan-.
dria McCalamant, Taylor Crawford, Donnell
Langford, Brittany B.ua ir F-tef i1a Flores,
KirkM h ai.u so.Benii-dn iC,.Cli ana Gci, r-.
Daniela Aquado, Danielle Dewald, Steven
Matos-Torres, Tiffany Howell, Briona Lewis,
Thomas Ceparano, Torri Elie, Lance Bowler,
Shelby Duncan, Dillon McDonough, Abel
Villarreal,MarkLanguido,KeneciaJefferson,
Kimberly CampoJaeYeonYi.

Fleming Island Elementary:
3rd Grade Gunnar Carlson, Christopher
Jayaprasanna,LoniPurvis,Elizabeth,Stephen-
son, Denise Larson, Kayla Racine, Kristen
Shaw,DimitryWilladsen,GabriellePayne,Sa-
vannah Nelson, Brian McKenzie, Derrick


Larson, SydneyJunkin, Zachary Czekanski,
Peyton McCool, Naomi. Rose, Angela
Tavolieri, Katherine Bohn,Jennifer Breast,
Ka ila Bi u d. A Lri k L c ILs. Hald, v Peguillan,JJ.
N BI: ih-l au I- e n (I Is.en.J :I-i, r .S ,-Lan. Sco I[
BrackinJamesMasalin,Sabrina Wolfe
4th Grade Maddie Hughes, Audrey
Johnson, Arryn Munn, Turner Musgrove,.
Wade Nelms, Mitchell Webb, Anna Brown,
Janese Quick, Robert Raske, Ashley Shepps,
Amy GaropoloJacob Laird, Megan Rogers,
Tiffany Roland, Sidney Rouse, Samantha
Slankard, Mitchell Tellman, Vanessa Collazo,
Christian Colvard, Alexander Franzoni,
Connor Hogari, SamanthaRios,Jessica Wear,
Ha\ le\ \\ illns..,hrina. Aindi:.rsen,Taylor
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BrendanJohnson, Hayden McPhee, Lauren
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6th Grade Kerryn Melville, Abby Monk,
Leslie Morgan, Melissa Andrews, Cameron
ColvardJamie Ehllen,Emily Hubbard,Emily
Kamm, Cassidy Laird, Stephen Morton,
Charlotte Smith, Anthony Bifulco, Eric
Brown, Emma Garcia, Rachel Philips, Hay-
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Becky Perron, Alexa Collazo, William Ed-
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Austin Miller, Charlie Newton, Hannah
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son, Emily Harry, EmilyJohnsonjhordan
Munn, Daniel Winslow, Dale Davis, Macey
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Braden Wilkes, Ashley Hale, Kelsey Locus,
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Arnold, Tanner Bankston, Yuri Bellok, Kira


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Hense, Tlrenon Jcnnei, Conn'r Joln.son,
Daniel Knight, Matthew Knight, Rachel
LaManna, Madison Legge, Erik Lim, Alexa
Mahla, Brittney Maxwell, Grace McRae, Ben
Milano, Tylor Miller, Jenna Mi itch ell.1Philli p
Newbern, CJRepper. A_ riana Rkc ha ds-n.
Lee Robinson, Alexis.Romanoski, Valerie
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Harnah Bl:-i- .inn. Mih1iclle Brock,
Alexandria._,-i rse.Eliilzaethl Da\ is.Jill Fos-
ter, Megan Greene, Alex Horrell; Keaton
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Daniel Tarkington, Caleigh Thykadavil,
Adam Wickes, Adam Wojnar.
5th Grade- Michelle Acker, Grant Barker,
Austin Bartel, Melanie Brodsky, Alexa Bur-
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Chipps, Marc Cohen, Christopher Cooksey,
Daniel Cooksey,Jacob Dautel,Jessica Eckardt,
Sarah Holley, Shannan Jackson, Michaela
Kotziers,MargaretLorenz,NicholasLunsford,
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6th Grade- Jordan Barbaro, Madison
BartelJacob Bernhardt, Craig Brodsky, Abri-
ana Ciavattone, Ashley Faulk, LaurenFlesh-
er, Audrey Ford, Cody Helms,Jacob Irwin,
MatthewJackson, DylanJohnson, Erin Kel-
ley,Jordan King, Ryan Kujala, Melissa Kurtz,
Dana Lambert, Adriana Mendez, Lauren
Papay, Danielle Paternoster, Sarah Sloane,
Esperanza Torres, David Voller,Josh Walker,
Madison Wheat.


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Wellness lab opens for staff at Lakeside Elementary School


By Debbie Israel Messer, Staff
disraelnesser@jcpgroup.com

ORANGE PARK Two weeks after she
started the project to open a wellness lab
at Lakeside Elementary School (LES),
physical education teacher Kim Tracan-
na held an in-service for staff to learn
how to use the exercise equipment in the
new lab.
Tracanna, who says she was inspired by
the success of the district's health fair
held in October, went to her principal,
Julie Badger, and assistant principal,John
Schlicktman, after the fair to make her
pitch for the lab.
"They told me if I could get the equip-
ment they would find the space," said
Tracanna.


Tracanna took on the challenge to get
the equipment and came back
with$10,500 worth of equipment now
housed in a former mechanical room at
the school.
The Orange Park Wal-Mart started
the ball rolling with a $1,000 gift card to
purchase items. Lowe's, Home Depot, K-
Mart helped with equipment Dr. George
Thompson and theJacksonvilleJaguars
gave equipment as well.
George Palacios of Olympic Paints
donated paint for the walls and Carpet
N'Drapes provided flooring
At the in-service Tracanna told teach-
ers to not overdo it, but to try out the ma-
chines for five minutes and move on. The
room not only has a variety of machines,
from a treadmill to a cycle to free weights,


SIAFIF rIIUoU DlY ELBIbIilKAELMEbbhK
The Wellness Lab at Lakeside Elementary School is open for business. GlennAnn
Valero, an ISS assistant and Donna Potts, the record secretary try out a few of the
lab's donated pieces of equipment.


Pilates exercise balls and cords. Even
music is provided via a boom box.
Staff members will be able to work out
before or after work, or during breaks.
"We have got to take better care of our-
selves and if you feel.better about yourself,
then that will show, up in the classroom.
with the students," said Tracanna.
She gave her husband, Christopher


By Debbie Israel Messer, Staff
disraelmesser@jcpgroup.com

ORANGE PARK American Idol is
coming to Lakeside Elementary
School, the staff's version of it anyway.
Staff members are holding an Amer-
ican Idol contest to "raise the roof" for a
covered physical education area.
For a ticket price of $ 5, you will get
spaghetti dinner and a show.
Staff members, in a whole range of
attire, including Sonny (Kim Tracan-
na- Breault) and Cher" (Aaron Pozel),
will be displaying their many talents.
With twelve acts, there will be non-
stop laughter.
Since last year, staff members have
raised $29,350 towards their goal. Cov-
ered physical education areas in the
district have ranged in price from
$50,000 to $150,000 depending upon
whether they have had restrooms in-
cluded with the area.
This is a project apart from the ac-
tivities from their Parent Faculty Asso-
ciation (PFA) activities.
Students have joined in the
fundraising by donating everything
from allowance money to operating
lemonade stands.
Physical education teachers are now
without a classroom, a classroom that
was moved to Lake Asbury last year.
"When we had a classroom, if it


Breault, president of CompositeJoists,
Inc, the credit for doing a marathon of 72
hours during which he cleaned, prepped,
painted, put in floor covering, and in-
stalled carpet.
"I am so lucky to have a husband who
supports me in every endeavor. I could
not have done this without him," said
Tracanna.


rained we could take students into the
classroom which was open but now we
take a cart from room to room to teach
physical education. Regular: class-
rooms with desks and the other furni-
ture just do not work well with teaching
RE.," said Tracanna.
While newer schools constructed in
the district, with the exception of Argyle
Elementary, have had covered areas con-
structed for them as part of the school,
older schools have gone without them.
The staff and parents of older
schools are going through the process
of raising funds to erect the structures.
Last month school board members
heard from both Lakeside and Pater-
son elementary representatives asking
for matching funds.
One concern representatives have
had involve the heat index. With school
starting in August now, and teachers
saying it is hotter than in prior years,
they are concerned about the health of
their student. Tracanna says it is neces-
sary to take into account obese stu-"
dents, students with diabetes and other
health concerns.
School board members sat through
the presentations but did not respond
to the requests. Director of Facilities
Planning and ConstructionJim Con-
nell told board members staff were in-
vestigating less expensive methods of
construction for permanent structures.


CORRESPONDENT PHOTO BY KELLY J. STIGLIANO
The girls from the OPCA fourth grade honored their teacher, Mrs. Knight at the
Sister's Tea Room.


OPCA 4th graders honor teacher

ORANGE PARK-On Saturday, Oct. 22, the fourth grade girls from Orange Park
Christian Academy met with their mothers to honor their teacher, Mrs. Knight.
A Mother/Daughter Luncheon/Tea seemed like the perfect way to mark this
halfway mark in the school year.
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Organ recipients talk about experience


By Kelly J. Stigliano, Correspondent
ORANGE PARK- Three organ recipients
came to Orange Park Medical Center to
help alleviate fears of future patients and
provide first-hand accounts of their
organ transplant stories.
Duffy McCoy spoke of the time lead-
ing up to her liver transplant and of her
life since the transplant two and a half
years ago. She has to take medicine every
day to keep her body from rejecting the
new liver.
"I take vitamins every day, too. It's no
big deal," she said. McCoy was on the wait-
ing list for four and a half weeks before
going to the Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville
to receive her new liver. She wanted a nor-
mal life and set out to find ways to make it
normal. After having to wear a mask and
gloves for the first year, she is back to her
regular life's activities.
Steven Binder received his sister's kid-
ney about 11 years ago. Three years ago he
received a kidney and liver transplant. He
is an active member of TRIO of North-
east Florida; a non-profit international
organization committed to improving
the quality of lives touched by transplan-
tation through support, advocacyseduca-
tion and awareness.
J.T. Rhodes, a kidney recipient, is the
current president of TRIO. He received
his kidney 13 years ago. Two years after
his transplant he needed a tissue trans-
plant. Rhodes had a bone graft in his left
hip and an artificial hip replacement in
his right hip.
"I have more trouble with the artificial
hip than I do with the bone graft in my
left hip," said Rhodes, who has traveled
around the globe participating in the
World Transplant Games.
McCoy, Binder and Rhodes each want
to give back for all they've received.
"My family and I feel blessed because
of the donors," said Rhodes.


CORRESPONDENT PHOTO BY KELLY J. STIGLIANO
Organ recipients J.T. Rhodes, left, Steven Binder and Duffy McCoy came to Orange Park Medical Center to answer questions about
the organ donor program.


Each acknowledges their deep grati-
tude and respect for their donors and
their families. They also faced the choice
after the transplant to either lay around
sick or to get up and live a productive life
of gratitude.
- The three agree the kindest thing a
person can do for their families is to fill
out a donor card while they are healthy.
They agree that adding the stress of mak-
ing organ donation decisions after a
tragedy is unnecessary.


OPMC nurses also did their part to
promote education at the hospital, set-
ting up an information booth for visitors
and staff.
Organ procurement professionals
from LifeQuestOrgan Recovery Services
and Southeast Tissue Alliance also were


on hand to provide information and an-
swer questions.
For more organ transplant informa-
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(904) 858-3370, LifeQuest Organ Recovery
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Physicians offer gift of


sight for the Holidays


Special to Clay Today
JACKSONVILLE Baptist Medical
Center and local ophthalmologists are
joining together again this holiday sea-
son to give the gift of sight to patients in
need. For the 15th year, the hospital and
these physicians will offer complimen-
tary cataract surgery to approximately
15 medically indigent people.
Screenings for the surgery will take
place from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Thurs-
day, Nov. 17, and will be performed in


theJacksonville office of ophthalmol-
ogistJeffrey Levenson, MD, 751 Oak St,
Suite 200.
Interested parties may call (904)
366.3781 to make an appointment.
All potential participants must be
screened for eligibility. Screenings will
be done by appointment only and space
is limited. Participants must be clinical-
ly needy and medically indigent in
order to qualify for surgery. The sur-
geries will take place during the month
of December.


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challenge involving about 70 Sheriff's Office employees. No tax dollars are being
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Knights of Columbus 'retire' tattered and soiled flagsar


Knights of Columbus "retire' tattered and soiled flags


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STAFF PHOTO BY BOB HENDER
Roger Sparks drops a flag into the flames as Knights Arturo Serrano, left, Ray K
ney and Fred Drajna stand at present arms.


By Bob Henderson, Staff
bhenderson@jcpgroup.com

MIDDLEBURG The U. S. Flag Code di-
rects, "The flag, when it is in such a condi-
tion that it is no longer a fitting emblem
for display, should be destroyed in a dig-
-, unified way, preferably by burning."
Saturday morning, Nov. 5, knights
of Assembly 2564, Knights of Colum-
-.' bus, St. Luke's Church, Middledburg,
conducted a cligrificdl ceremony in
which flags submitted by individuals
were retired.
Standing honor guard over the retire-
ment were Sir Knights Arturo Serrano,
Ray Kenney and Fred Drajna.
:. ^ Readers John Allen and Bob Ray-
.. mond alternated reading of the history
,of the American flag, the pledge and
other facts gleaned from its 200-year life.
They described the meanings of the var-
ious elements of the flag; its colors,
stripes and stars. They listed all 50 states
^SON in the order of their admission.
(en- As preliminaries ended, the service
songs of all branches rang out over the


area and spectators, one-by-one stepped
forward to pick up a flag from a table and
consign it to the flames. When all were
burned, the music changed to taps and
the ceremony ended with the pledge of
allegiance.
But, an under riding theme for the en-
tire ceremony was a salute to veterans of
all branches and all conflicts:
It is the veteran, not the preacher, who
has given freedom of religion;
It is the veteran, not thereporter, who
has given us freedom of the press;
It is the veteran, not the poet, who has
given us freedom of speech;
It is the veteran, not the campus or-
ganizer, who has given us freedom to as-
semble;
It is the veteran, not the lawyer, who
has given us the right to a fair trial;
It is the veteran, not the politician, who
has given us the right to vote;
It is the veteran who-salutes the flag,
who serves under the flag.
"Remember those lost and harmed
while serving their country, and also those
presently serving in the Armed Forces."


Acclaimed Army Field Band at THCA Nov. 14


Special to Clay Today

ORANGE PARK The internationally
acclaimed United States Army Field
Band of Washington, D.C., will continue
its long history of presenting free public
performances when it appears at the
Thrasher-H'iinC.cmn.i fc:oi th( Am: kit St.
Johns River Community College on
Monday, Nov. 14,7:30 p.m.I
The one-nightperformance is sold out,
but the THCA Box Office will start a wait-
ing list for any available seats at 5:30 p.m. the
night of the performance. You must come
in person at that time to place your name on


this list. For more information please call
the THCA Box Office at (904) 276-6750.
As the premier touring musical repre-
sentative for the United States Army, the
Field Band travels thousands of miles
each year throughout the nation and
abroad, keeping the will of the American
people behind the members of .the
armed forces and supporting diplomatic
efforts around the world. Since its forma-
tion in 1946, the Field Band has appeared
in all 50 states and in more than 30 coun-
tries on four continents.
Along with the Soldiers' Chorus,
which was founded in 1957, this 65-mem-


ber Concert Band presents a powerful
and diverse program of marches, over-
tures, popular music, patriotic selections,
and instrumental and vocal solos. A
music critic for the Boston Globe called a
Field Band performance "a cause to stand
up and cheer."
Past performance highlights include
World War II 50th anniversary com-
memorations in the United States and
Europe, Presidential Inaugural Parades,
the rededication of the Statue of Liber-
ty, nationally televised broadcasts on
Memorial Day and the Fourth of July,
and the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt



Lake City.Joint concerts with many of
the nation's leading orchestras, includ-
ing the Boston Pops; Detroit Symphony
Orchestra, and Cincinnati Pops, have re-
ceived rave reviews.
The Field Band's members, selected by
highly competitive .11, id.io, represent
some of the finest mini.si talent in
America. More than five decades as the
-military's most traveled musicians have
earned them the title, "The Musical Am-
bassadors of the Army."
, The-Clay Today is sponsoring the Field
Band's concert in Northeast Florida.


MILITARY NEWS


Navy Seaman Recruit Scott McCaw,
son of Themia and Cordell E McCaw of
Hampton, Fla., completed U.S. Navy basic
training at Recruit Training Command,
Great Lakes, Ill.
During the eight-week program,
McCaw trained in classroom study, naval
customs, first aid, firefighting, water safe-
ty and survival, and shipboard and aircraft'
safety. An emphasis was also placed on
physical fitness.
The capstone event of boot camp, "Bat-
tle Stations", gives recruits skills and confi-
dence and galvanizes attributes of sacrifice,
dedication, teamwork and endurance
through the application of Navy skills and
values of honor, courage and commitment
Its "Navy" flavor was designed to take into
account what it means to be a Sailor,
McCaw is a 2005 graduate of Bradford
High School of Starke.

Air Force Airman Bianca A. Roman
graduated from basic military training at
Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio,
Texas.
During the six weeks of training, the
airman studied the Air Force mission, or-
ganization, and military customs and
courtesies; performed drill and ceremo-
ny marches, and received physical train-
ing, rifle marksmanship, field training
exercises and special training in human
relations.
In addition, airmen who complete basic
training earn credits toward an associate
degreethrough the Community College of
the Air Force.
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Middleburg andJose T RomanJr. of Fayet-
teville, N.G, the airman is a 2004 graduate of
Ridgeview High School.

Army Sgt. Jon E. McCoy returned
to Fort Drum, Watertown, N.Y, after being
deployed to Iraq in support of Operations
Iraqi Freedom.
The redeployed soldier, along with oth-
ers from companies within the 2nd Battal-
ion, 15th Field Artillery Regiment, are
members of the 2nd Brigade Combat
Team, 10th Mountain Division (Light In-
fantry) at Fort Drum. All soldiers were
awarded the Global War on Terrorism
Medal, the Global War on Terrorism Expe-
ditionary Medal and the National Defense
Service Medal for their participation in Op-
eration Iraqi Freedom.
Soldiers of the 10th Mountain Division
(LI) helped the Iraqi government be self
governing, conducted defensive and of-
fensive operations and infrastructure re-
inforcement, and trained Iraqi national
guard battalion members. By the end of
their deployment, the soldiers were re-
sponsible for military operations for al-
most half of Baghdad.
McCoy, a team leader, has served in the
military for four years.
He is the son of MarthaJ. McCoy of
Pataskala, Ohio, and Ira McCoy of Mid-
dleburg.
The sergeant is a 1998 graduate of
Watkins Memorial High School, Pataskala.

Marine Corps Reserve Pfc.Jordan
M. Sares, son of Mike S. arid Kathy L.
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training at Marine Corps Recruit Depot,
Parris Island, S.C., and was promoted to
his current rank.
Sares completed 12 weeks of training de-
signed to challenge Marine recruits physi-
cally and mentally.
Sares and fellow recruits began training
at 5 a. m. by running three miles and per-
forming calisthenics. In addition, Sares
learned first aid, uniform regulations, com-
bat water survival, marksmanship, hand-to-
hand combat and assorted weapons
training. He performed close order drill
and operated as part of a small infantry unit
during field training.
Sares also received instruction on the
Marine Corps' core values honor, courage
and commitment. He ended the training
phase with The Crucible, a 54-hour team
effort, problem-solving evolution in which
he was presented the Marine Corps Em-
blem, and was addressed as a "Marine" for
the first time since boot camp began.
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Jason Young in a double ring cer-
emony on November 5, 2005
held at The Church at Argyle with
Pastor Ken Dyal officiating.
The bride is the daughter of
Gary and Karen Carlin of
Middleburg. The bridesmaids
were: Amanda McKown, Alison
Hickman, Tanya Monts, Alissa
Ulbricht-Beyer, and Katherine
Hussey.
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most common method used.
The Design/Build methods used when
an agency contracts with a single contrac-
tor to perform both design and construc-
tion activities. According to Shelor, this
method is gaining acceptance.
The third method, the public/private
partnership, goes further than the first two
methods in involving private contractors.
Shelor told the committee the intent in
using the partnership is to use the
strengths of each party to.leverage re-
sources and to reduce timeframes.
Strengths of the public side of the part-
nership include legal authority, the ability
to balance public goals, personnel, pro-
curement policies, capital resources and-
underutilized assets.
Private side strengths were described as
efficiency in die \oi kpla-ce.cash lt.w man-
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stated the pi i'.ate side had access to newer
technologiesand embracedinnovation.He
included the acceptance of risk as another
strength.
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LAKE ASBURY from page A-3

Planner Holly Parrish told the commission.
County Attorney Mark Scruby warned
Planning Commission members about
overextending the moratorium, saying it
would send "the wrong message" to devel-
opers wanting to begin building in the
h1igh-grio th alea. .
"If we don't keep the wi lndo tigh t,we
are undermining our good faith efforts,"
he said. "We don't want to make it say, a two-
year moratorium."
A total of six third-party challenges
have been filed against the plan, an ex-
tensive document that lays out where
and how much commercial, residential
and industrial development would be al-
lowed in the 36.000-acre area bordered
by Peters Creek on the east, Black Creek
to the north and west, and State Road 16
to the south.
State officials initiallyrejected the plan,
citing among other things that it reflected
a possible route for the proposed Outer
Beltway going through the Ravines Con-
servation Area.


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from publicly Iwned with 100 percent fi-
na nced goer nimental puIrpose tae exempt
bonds to pri\ atelh o\ned project l,10 per-
cent financed with equit) contributions.
For construction of the beltway, Shelor
said three possibilities existed, all with pros
and cons attached: Florida's Turnpike En--
terprise, a Toll Authority, and a concession.
All three methods result in tolls.
The concession results in long term
leasing of the road to a private party or
"concessionaire" for operation.
All three methods require regional co-
operation and significant negotiation to
provide a win-win situation.
This meeting was part of a process the
committee is following to assess a trans-
portation authority. A subcommittee of
the TAC, chaired by Barry Fuller, is devel-
oping the answers to a series of questions
concerning the public/private partner-
ship method of finance.
IntAugust, the committee.heard from
John Beck of the law firm Beck. Bar rI,_s,
Malaney & Henderson based in Tallahas-
see, who gave a presentation on the pros
and cons of pursuing local or regional
Transportation Authorities.
Beck's firm has been involved in many
of the efforts to study and form trans-
portation and toll authorities throughout
Florida. Beck was most recently involved in,
the formation of the bi-county Trans-
portationi( Authority in Lee and Collier
Counties.
Ashland Paving and Construction is the
third largest transportation contractor in
the country with 9500 employees and $2.5
billion in revenue last year. The company's
business occurs in 14 Southeastern states
of the US.
It is the largest highway contractor in
Florida. Shelor, a residentof Orange Park,
told the committee the company is cur-
rently working for the county on a paving
contract for CR218.
Besides paving contracts, the company
contracts to construct bridges, roads and
highways and has been involved in public
private partnerships.


Criteria for Public/Private
Partnership success
Enabling legislation is in place
Genuine pressing need does the
public really need the project?
Project is financially feasible (public
funds, user fees. etc.)
Reasonable development timeframe
Risks are manageable and shared
High level of political support
Fits into public sector procurement
path
No significant emironmiental pitfalls
Solid partnership philosophy by
stakeholders
AND
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come together
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November 10, 2005
But commissioners later revised the
plan and it was approved in October. onl
to be immediately challenged.
But Scruby's explanation of the process
the county must now go through made it
sound daunting at best.
Among the dissenters is the Florida
Wildlife Federation and twooppolInenitS of
a hiigh\a coi ridor through the consent a-
tion area, Da% \ n Boxer and SuzanLne L da.
Negotiations with the district law judge,
or facilitator, should begin shortly after a
Nov. 30 deadline for documents to be filed
haspassed.
"When we sit down with the facilitator
we may find the final issues are finite or we
may find out they are enormous. We don't
know," Scruby said.
Scruby noted Lake Asbury landowners,
including Reinhold Corp., which owns
thousands of acres inside the plan area,
supports the county's plan. DCA docu-
ments also show PCCD, LLC, Peters Creek
Investments, LLP, Ray-Com Investments,
Co., Black Creek Development, LLC and
AY Ventures Inc., have filed as interveners
onbehalf of die count).


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Clay County Sheriff's Office Most Wanted
As of Monday, Nov. 7


Hector Manuel Cruz, Sherryne Desravines,
36, dom. battery, 21, felony worthless
false imprisonment check


Richard Green, 41, Marcus Griffin, 29,
felony worthless litter law violation
check


*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.


Johnathan Olofsson, Dalina Phillips, 25,
21,forgery felony worthless
check


Mystry Scott, 20, Christopher Williams,
failure to appear- 21, felony worthless
forgery check, forgery


ARRESTS


Thefollowing were arrested Nov. 1-7. For
more information, contact the Clay County
Sheriffs Office at284-7575.
Abernathy, Sherry 35: dui, giving false
name
Allen, Mark 36: fugitive fromjustice -
Alstad, Orlin 21: poss of marijuana more
than 20 grams ,
Anderson, Michael 19: worthless
check/draft/debit card make
Armington, Charles 32: purchasing a
controlled substance
Austin,John 31: dui
Ayers, Deborah 46: aggravated assault
with a motor vehicle, reckless driving
Bailes, Brandon 19: dui
Baker, Brittany 19: leaving the scene with
property damage greater than $50
Blanton, Brian 24: knowing driving
while license is suspended or revoked
Blount, Monserate 19: aggravated battery
Bono, Rebecca 38: worthless check
Boyette, Gary 49: aggravated assault
Bridgeman,Maria24:disorderlyconduct
Brooks, Yolanda 41: petit theft
Brown, Latasha 28: worthless check
Brown, Michael 38: unlawful sex with a
minor
Bunker, Ryan 23: domestic battery
Burns,Jason 27: no driver's license
Caldwell, Kristen 19: petit theft
Calley, Raymond 18: habitual traffic of-
fender for driving on a suspended /revoked
license, poss of less than 20 grams of
cannabis, poss of controlled substance
Campbell, Christopher 43: disorderly in-
toxication


Carpenter,James 27: disorderly intoxi-
cation
,Carroll, Talmage 29: dui
Chastain, Christopher 20: worthless
check x7
Clark, George 33: driving while license is
suspended or revoked
Conner, Cynthia 36: worthless check
/draft/debit card make, worthless check x2
Corsaut, David 30: disorderly intoxica-
tion, resist/obstruct/oppose of officer
without violence
Crosby,James 18: grand theft
Daly, Ryan 21: poss of cannabis more
than 20 grams

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OBITUARIES


OLIVIA COX .
Olivia Cox, 78, of
Penney Farms, FL,
passed away on Sat- .
urday, Oct. 29,2005.
Born on April 23,
1927, in Demopolis, in
AL,shewasahome-
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Baptist Church. Mrs. F
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Brown, Atlanta, GA. Memorial service
was held Nov. 10, at Penney Memorial
Church with Rev. Gene Madeira officiat-,
.ing. Graveside services will be held Nov. 11,
at Florala Greenwood Memorial Ceme-
tery in Florala, AL. Arrangements are
under the care of Broadus-Raines & Pons
Family Funeral Home.
BERNICE LEE CHESTER CHURCH
Bernice Lee "Chester" Church, 88,
went home to be with the Lord on Tues-
day, Oct. 25,2005. Born in Attapulgus, GA,
onJan. 1,1917, and a resident of OP, she
was an active member of the OP United
Methodist Church, ;the Methodist
Women, and an active member of the OP
Garden Club. Bernice and Randy, hus-
band of 67 years, spent many wonderful
summers at their home in Cashiers, NC.
She will be i c u i inu-be i ed for her totalde-
votion to her family, wonderful sense of
humor and her excellent cooking. She
was preceded in death by her father and
mother, James D. Chester and Mary Eliz-
abeth Chester, her beloved brothers:J.D.,
Elbert, Louie and her beloved sisters:
Effie, Allie Mae, Clyde and Sarah Francis.
She is survived by her loving husband
Randolph E. Church, son, David R.
Church (Anita), daughter, Mary C.
"Cathy" Church, brothers: A.B. Chester
(Lillian) and TJ. Chester (Ruth), 2 grand-
children Matthew and Beth Church, and
many nieces and nephews and their fam-
ilies. A celebration of her life and a me-
morial service was held Nov. 5, at OP
United Methodist Church. Arrange-
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JAMES F. PHILLIPS
James E Phillips, 67, of GCS, FL, passed
away Saturday, Oct. 29,2005. Born on May
27, 193Is,iin Ritiitel.KVl.h-1wasarooferand
Siij clude his l.ite, Ellieni \mVX In:ia;i: a.ii broth-
ers: RayP]-illips.. Shlct idl n., IN nd Robert
Phillips, Ky. Arrangements are under the
care of Broadus-Raines & Pons Family
Funeral Home.
MAXINE DELP GRIFFIS
IMrs. Maxine Delp Griffis, 84, passed
away Oct. 15,2005, fill, i i ig \. le I n_ thi ill-
ness. Born in Ingram Branch, W V, she
moved to Clay County in 1959 and was a
member of Maxville Baptist Church. Sur-
vivors include her 3 sons: Ronald (Nancy)
Delp, Ray (Sherry) Delp, Tom (Suzanne)
Delp; 3 daughters: Elois Gay, June
(Bubba) Morgan, andJan Delp; a brother,
Gene Delp; 2 sisters: Dana Blankenship
andJeanette Clyburn; 6 grandchildren, 11
great-grandchildren and a number of
nieces and nephews. Memorial services
were held Monday at the chapel of Holly
Hill Funeral Home. Her-pastor, Rev. Mike
Hamm officiated. The family requests in
lieu of flowers memorials be sent to
Community Hospice.
ELLEN VERRENE EAGLE
Ellen Verrene Eagle passed away Mon-
day, Oct. 31,2005, in the Pavilion Nursing
Home, Penney Farms, FL. She was born
in Chebanse, IL on March 8,1913. Ellen is
survived by her husband John Wesley
Eagle; son Robert W. (Sue) Eagle, Ore-
gon, WI; grandchildren: John (Erin)
Eagle, Mountain View, CA and Kristin
(Jeff) Sherry, Milwaukee, WI. Ellen and
Wesley moved to Penney Farms Retire-
ment Community in 1992 where they
ha\e enjoyed a neC. ioniilitlih\l of many
friend. In l1996 Ellen oi ganized thePen-'
ney Farms' Sunshine Band with musi-
cian residents entertaining the
community at many gatherings and spe-
cial occasions. Ellen will be greatly"
missed by family and friends. We take
comfort in her deep and abiding faith.
Those who knew her were inspired by
her rich Spirit and tireless caring for oth-
ers. Memorials may be given to the Sun-
shine Band at Penney Retirement


Community in lieu of flowers. A Memo-
rial Service was held at Penney Memori-
al Chapel Nov. 4. Arrangements are
under the care of Broadus-Raines &
Pons Family Funeral Home.
LILLIAN I. TEFFT
Lillian I. Tefft, 86, OP, FL, passed away
Wednesday, Nov. 2,2005. Born on Dec. 1,
1918, in Jackson, MI, she was a homemak-
er and attended St.. Giles Presbyterian
Church in OP, FL. Mrs. Tefft played the vi-
olin and was the recipient of a "Compos-
er of the Year" award. She also enjoyed
reading and writing poetry. Survivors in-
clude her son,Jon W Teffi. Middlebli iIg.
andel i ) \V. (Carol) Tefft, Las Vegas, NV;
daughters, Marylynn Tefft,Jackson, MS
and Diana (Mike) Antonelli, N i o I lk, VA;
13 grandchildren and several great-
grandchildren. Arrangements were
under the care of Broadus-Raines & Pons
Family Funeral Home.
WESLEY BOYETT.
Wesley Boyett, 96, Pensacola, passed
away Nov. 2,2005, in Jacksonville, FL. He
was preceded in death by his loving wife
of 69 years, the former Iris Edwards and
is survived by his sons: Dave (Loretta)
Middleburg, FL, Robert (Judy), Miami,
FL, Randy (Marcy) Peachtree City, GA
and daughter, Beverly (Charlie) Cobb,
Cincinnati, OH; 11 grandchildren; 23
g ire "-i andhild ren and 1 great-great-
giindm.n. \\esle), and Iris griliuaited
from Pensacola High School Class of
1930 and .attended the First United
Methodist Church. For more than 50
years, Wesley worked for newspapers in
Pensacola, Ft. Walton Beach and Talla-
hassee. He started his ine wspapti career
at 9 years of age delivering newspapers
for the Pensacola News-Journal. He com-
pleted his newspaper career at the Palm
Beach Pos; -Times, retiring in 1975 as ad-
vertising director. \\esile) ill be greatly
missed by his loving friends anid family.
Funeral services were held Nov. 4, at
Fleming Island United Methodist
Church with Rev. Brian Fowler officiat-
ing. Interment followed in Bayview
Memorial Park, Pensacola, FL.-Arrange-
ments were under the care of Broadus-
Raines & Pons Family Funeral Home.

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BUGLER Po,,,,ge A-1 _. ___._ __._1_ J __f__


COuIes\ arid ia:ts ri ti ei entil Itse dtil ing
mIy career ..." aastoleo \rot.ie iT htisi aiIto-
biogiaph\.
MA tIroleo,. di i \ ,ni Il.t ,cs[if se\ ei I oh-
ersin a taIaiiii f I children.enitred the
military in 1956. Music %'as .1 big piartof
theil upblpi 11ibi'n, lli said. with lui mother
and se-rcal siblings pli\ tie musical in-
struments.
i: IITng Pat bei..nitc intel e steed in pla\ ing
trurpet in hiigh scol, and fund I, \,as
.goodclenoi'h tClr icfii ntU:hii Aitliis 111 hli
schoo,.l ha nd
\\ \U.tildIle:a_ l111 _is-.1 ll,,: inli ll11, II
enj1o\ 11u1 i.1.i." Ii sJ i "I sii tc tl pa\A 1i1'4
trunm pet i, hIlh sl 1,ch l 1 .in>.l I e c> lial a.
chainc t, oplai\ taps. \\C- li-I,-d ii ni il Mi-
lage anrid iJIl e v, asili' ,d\ lc it 'e I' t."
Allet I: l i-t trianinrl -, lite %% '-hi\s n
SOrre linillted op ti .piuillo11 b iit'-i lie i\. I [r-
ed to sc -.
"InI a ni: nci oIl S:) ceakinigth,[ :-\ sairl d ii

pen available." hlie iil
Tiht- ml siic i,i_,ek d:l in.i- in ll ii
Arm cli o i irti,:t Fori M\e-Ir ni u\ ._ hiiia, ilI.
SiX 1111111ix n1011li 1i I lie ti; es illes i \ ai.idli-
tionred fi'i a spot inAll thekc n Banlld's LIu ii-
petseiinoii H,: gradiu.dilv wi, ko ihis ea\
thro.ich ilie hatis. e\ ent uall\ landir tie1
first c hau
W\ 1hat ollo ed \\ti,- \L-caI I -. 'f'l i-'..itla i
conceI i[s both in X\ashiniton. D.C..
throui.rhot Icr the- United f te.St-'.sand. c-a-
sionali.at SFe,.ic ial e iteel is -eas \\I hIrei
thefull .Aimv Bind pec-formied. Thegroiup
also iiatchlie lin iet enr.jltIhot[li asiiaIller
group ia. tihe primal \ m.u clin'g iunit.
Then in Ft-bi uai1\ 1,i t. N'ii oh-'lIo ,l-oas
named d mLilt- B pi In>. BipiInc Ipl li;tei.
With thaI jir-ine ie:-.,ilir dltrid-S ait ilir Tromii:
of the Ulinkiio\i nISoldier .ii\ t[iIe tilhe prr-
ci ,tiLheil nalii inalolticial or digmtarih:
fromrforeign contMitica'I calie .
to lionoi AiX i ii'ca.iar ead .. I .
'" until he retired in 1991.i ,.
Mastroleo was ie,-tiulailh I ".:
shown on Amerk.in i ,,--
sions playing taps.;
"Of course,when dithose bia :
jobs came along he as\ '. TV. ,
Yvette Mastroleo sid. il.e .
every Veteran'sDayai 11LIIL' .-- A
lington Ccinweleti. P:,t ,ay
there. (T I \,i.'ild iPjtii[t]i Salc, I
]l<:>itnf tips)ondllrlcbra.:lieC
they.have notime to pit tic ie i

He also was in deliand
from other counu ies. Ier- a
forming several times ti \\x.,li-
ington's National Catliedrl ai at
the request of Australia andli -.
New Zealand embassies He *
performed the "Last Posi,"
which is similar to Taps. at
those countries' AN ZAC Da\ a
remembrance of fallen \ci Id
War I soldiers.
In addition to the c lio us,
Mastroleo was connected i\ c tll
nearly every component of
the band, according to a ne:, s-
paperaccountofhis; are,:I. Ar -
onetimehewasintheceiciiio-
nial and concert bands. Ar'I c
Blues, and the U.S.Ajinm Biass I.
Quintet. He was alshu a 11 in-
peter in the originalU.S.Army This unda
Herald Trumpets. Patrick Ma
Because the Army is the more than
first service in military.pro-
tocol, Mastroleo was also considered the
principal bugler of the United States.
"When you are playing bugle you only
have 24 notes to play 'Taps' and there does-.
n't seem to be any excuse to miss a note," he
told the Fort Myers military newspaper,
The Pentagram, in 1991. "You have to have
trumpeters who not only consistently play
every note perfectly but there isalso a style
thatislookedfor.Nothing too emodonal or
nothing too su'aighif. but something that's
tasteful and to the point. Every military
bugling situation is pretty much the same.
It's always solemn affair to play taps, so the
interpretation has to be a solemninterpre-
tation and niot filled with any extremes."
His bugling expertise led the Army to
haveMastroleo make an audiotape, which


PHOTOGRAPHS COULRTETT OF P;TRjCK M \sTTROLEO
Army Sgt. Maj. Patrick Mastroleo performed many times at The Tomb of the Unknowns at Arlington National Cemetery, includ-
ing this May 1982 ceremony where President Ronald. Reagan was present.


Retired Army Sgt. Maj. Patrick Mastroleo, now an Orange Park resident, spent 35
years in The U.S. Army Band "Pershing's Own."


ted photograph shows Army Sgt. Maj.
stroleo performing Taps. He performed at
800 funerals, including three presidents.

was distributed to military bases worldwide
for use when a bugler was not available.
He told the newspaper his time in the
band was very satisfying. .
"The one thing that doesn't change in
the organization is the great deal of pro-
fessionalism that is always displayed here,"
he said. "There is a great deal of cama-
raderie and healthy attitude on what our
job is all about Also the musicianship here
has always been excellent. These musicians.
have the ability to embody the spirit of the
music that was intended rather thanjust
give out a half-hearted effort..."
In what was probably the greatest com--
pliment to Mastroleo's skills, his com-
manding officer petitioned the Army -
widt Mastroleo'I. consent -to havehis time_
- -


i ili ii litLari extended b\ lN Ie ,\e:u s. N -
Inil, tihe milaximum someonlll e l an sii \e is
: i \ I ca ls.i'esaid.
He aind Ilis wife lia\e been mail led 41
\ea s, lia\ ing Ilut in 'iP1964 ii France t hclie-
Malisi leo t aIs taIiioClled while- hei- tcIk a1
rhiiee-ai respite ti omn the labi id. Tli-\
h.i cm lu- child .
Siincc- .-miii. Hto Noithelic-a Finlida, lie
IIas played itrI niel at liiitrchi e\e'll s, at
weddings and with the St. Johns River


Band, but le hIasn't played recent be-
t auseo- illness.
And hie hasn't played a bugler's taps
sirlc least iirl Tlie U.S. Am iii\ Band
"F oi me it i ,'t" ihe said when asked t tile
bnl le uas difficult i iplai\ "For an\ ie d\
that plNla s irim npet it noti dir dii iIcult."
He pniield hisi lips and showed he still
has c\-_ellcnt lip antid tbreathi colitol to
make tihoe eloqienti and hauinuig 24
notes that made so many cry.


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Davis, Constantia 42: disorderly conduct
De Arman, April 30: uttering forged in-
strument
Deese, Michael 41: retail'theft
Drain, Chad 25: poss of marijuana,
poss/use of drug paraphernalia
Drakeford, Michael 40: contemptof court
Dukes, Austin 18: domestic battery .
Elder, Robert 43: poss of controlled sub-
stance, poss of 30 grams of marijuana, poss
of drug paraphernalia
Estrada, Pedro 25: dui
Fernandez,Julio 23: disorderly intoxi-
cation
Finney,Julius 18: petit theft
Fleming, Stefanie 20: worthless check/
draft/debit card make, worthless check
Gallina, Guy 42: simple battery
Gasper, Michael 26: domestic battery
Glessner, Mark 48: domestic battery


Godbold, Kenneth 42: dui
Goodman, Kawana 25: disorderly
conduct .
Hamel,William 27: shoplifting.
HarnageJennie 25: worthless check
Harris, Matthew 22: petit theft retail
Hay, Theodore 35: poss of marijuana
less than 20 grams, poss of narcotic para-
phernalia
Hayes, Mark 45: dui, resisting without vi-
olence
Holliday,Lakeshal9: worthless check x2
Horton, Mitzi 34: worthless check/.
,draft/debit card make
Jackson, Henry 37: poss/use of coun-
terfeit
Kittle, Robert 29: driving while license is
suspended or revoked, damage to personal
property, dui, leaving the scene of an acci-
dentwith property\ damage
Krug, Ronald 57: dui. driving while
license is suspended or revoked .


Lakes, Steven28: dui
Landa, German 21: no valid drivers li-
cense, poss of marijuana more than 2.0
grams, poss 'use ofdruig paraphernalia
Langdon, Rosezenia 37: contempt of
court
Lashle\,Biandie 32: sexual battery
Leconte, Robert 40: writ of bodily at-
tachment
Lee,Gordon -19: dui,exploit of elderly
Lewis, likhelle 19: robber)
Lockwood,Jeffery 37: failu re of sex of-
fender to register
Loiacono,Joseph 19: no valid dr i V -. li-
cense
Loiacono,Joseph 19: poss of marijuana
of more than 20 grams, drug paraphernalia
Mack,Jesse 38: writ of attachment
Malagon, Marcos 19: expired drivers li-
cense less than 4 months .
Mann, Gene 47: civil infra.
Martin, Shawn 33: worthless check.
McKie, Jarred 21: indirect criminal
contempt
Miller,Jason 34: dui
Monroe, Debra 43: dui
Newsom, Charles 44: driving while li-
cense is suspended or revoked
I Osteen, Beverly 18: child abuse, escape,
criminal mischief, resisting without vio-
lence, contempt of court ,
Parker, Debra 35: worthless check
Perry, Anthoney 27: vop
Philbin, Robert 51: dui
Pippin, Mark 21: poss/use of drug para-
phernalia, poss of marijuana more than 20
grams, writ of bodily attachment
Powell, Lawrence 21: fugitive from jus-
tice
Ramirez,Juan 32: domestic battery
Ramos, Victor 30: contempt of court
Rhiles, Eddie 55: driving while license is
suspended or revoked
. Rigby, Robert 19: indirect criminal con-
tempt of court for driving while license is
suspended or revoked
Rivera, Alexander 24: conspiracy to
traffic in cocaine conspiracy to traffic in
marijuana
Robinsoin. Aiiian 21: uesp.sin- after
\wat niig i e_,isi ing l i-hout t io[-l hnci .
Rodrigtez, Daniel 3.: bn rglar),; detldn ig
in stolen pi ope r, t "
Rollins. Elh in 2"_-. ri\ ing u while license is
suspended or revoked


, Rosario,Irma 61: worthless check/draft/
debit card make
Ross, Travis 36: writ of bodily attach-
ment
Sanders, Larry 34: domestic battery
.Santos, Miguel 30: fleeing and elud-
ing, resist w 'o violence, driving without
license
Schwindlingjeremy22: obtaining prop-
erty with worthless checks.
Seemiann,Donna32:grand dieftauto
Shelmandine, William 27: driving while
license is suspended or revoked
Shelton, Chad \ ic k 27: poss /use of drug
.paraphernalia
Sherwood, Trejen 18: retail theft, provid-
ing false name, robbery y
Simon, Christopher 39: dui, driving
while license is suspended of revoked
knowingly
Smitlh, Da id 24: driving \hile license is
suspended or revoked
SmiiL.Debi a 39:disoideilvintoxication
Siirih,Joniiahalin 26: kno ingly driving
while license is suspended or revoked
Snyder.Jaime26:dui i
Sdro-Escobal..FIincisco34:dui .
Stai(:\.( rles il'.poss, uiseof drugpara-
phernalia
Stephens, Vernon 26: driving while li-
cense is suspended or revoked
Stith, Christopher 38: contempt of court
for battery
Strand, Shawn 21: lewd and lascivious,
failure of sexual offender to report address
change x2
Stubbs, Zachary 23: grand theft auto,
driving while license is suspended or
revoked
Suggs, Kesha 34: writ of attachment x2
Vavrek, Ki le -41: r: i\ of attachment, re-
sisting without violence
Vincent, Kimberly 39: worthless
check/draft/debit card make x5
Walter, Brandon 22: indirect criminal
contempt x2.
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controlled sb.iibtnce, pu s se, i;.l di i.g
paraphernalia.
Wilson, Robin 38: domestic battery
Wi igli[, Dclma 35: b\ in w hlik-le license
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EVENTS
SOUTHERN HEART GROUP &
LUTHERAN SOCIAL SERVICES will
send supplies to animal and human
storm victims in Louisiana and Mississip-
pi. Drop donations at the Dogpound
Grill, 700 Blanding Blvd., on Mondays.
Call 298-1553.
THE REAL ESTATE GALLERY, 2569
County Road 220, Suite 201, will host a
showing by the Orange Park Arts Guild 5-
7p.m. Thursday,Nov. 10. Call (904)276-9990.
THE BUDGET, FINANCE AND
PERSONNEL COMMITTEE will meet
2:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 10, in the BCC
Meeting Room, Administration Build-
ing, 477 Houstonri Street, Green Cove
Springs.
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.
FIRST ANNUAL HISPANIC FES-
TIVAL will be held 12 to 7 p.m., Saturday,
Nov. 12 at Orange Park Town Hall. There
will be a live band, folkloric dancers, a
clown for kids and domino games. A pig
roast and caribbean food will be avail-
able. Sponsors are the Ramirez Restau-
rant, Rincon Espanol Restaurant,
Sarzoni's Restaurant and Patterson
Home Improvement
AARP DRIVER SAFETY CLASS
will be taught 9 a.m.- p.m. Saturday, Nov.
12, at St. Catherine's Church, 1649 Kings-
ley Avenue. A $10 registration fee is re-
quired. Call 298-2766.
SOUTHERN GENEALOGISTS
EXCHANGE SOCIETY will meet 10
... -a.m. Saturday, Nov. 12, at its library/head-
quarters, 6215 Sautei ne Di..Jacksomi ille.
Don Berry will speak about "The First
Real Thanksgiving in America the
Huguenots atFort Caroline." This w ill
alsobe thlie annual busiiiess meeting with
election ot oft iceirs. Visit Ih p: sges-
jax.u ipod.conmor call 904-77S-100)_.
HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF OR-
ANGE PARK will meet 6:30 p.m., Mon-
da\, Nov. 14, at the Clarke House, 1047
-Kin gsle A% e.. Karrie Massie will make a
presentation on the history of Club Con-
tinental."
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
call542-1751.
JACKSONVILLE MUSIC TEACH-
ERS ASSOCIATION will host a multi-
piano duet concert with 18 pianos and
200 student participants 7:30 p.m. Satur-
day, Nov. 19, at Lazarra.Hall, Fine Arts
Center, University of North Florida, 4567
St.Johns Bluff Rd. General admission $5
for ages 5 and up:
PATTERSON ELEMENTARY STU-
DENTS will sell turkey feathers to deter-
mine who the biggest turkey teachers are.
The student council family social dance.
-iillbe 5-7 p.m. and 7:30-9:30 p.m. Friday,
Dec. 2.
THE FIRST ANNUAL OUTDOOR
SPORTSMANEXPOwillmbe10a.m.-5p.m.
: satida\. Feb.18, at the Clay Couity Agri-
cultural Fairgrounds. Call 386-328-8875.

RELIGION
HICKORY GROVE BAPTIST
CHURCH will have a Mission Celebra-
tion 10:55 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 13, at 310
South Oakridge Ave. Call 284-3311. .
ORANGE AVENUE BAPTIST
CHURCH %w ill hale a "Country Store" 9
a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday. Nov.19. There will
be homemade items including crafts,


Christmas items and baked goods. All
proceeds will go towards purchasing text-
books and materials for our English as a
Second Language Ministry that will
begin in January.
MIDDLEBURG UNITED
METHODIST CHURCH will hostapan-
cake supper 5:30-7:30 p.m. FridaN No%. IS,
in the Family Life Center. Cost is $5.-
ST. LUKE'S CATHOLIC YOUTH
MINISTRY will hold a fall craft and
rummage sale 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, Nov.
19. Call 282-0439 to rent a space.
ST. CATHERINE'S 14TH ANNUAL
CRAFT-A-FAIRE will be 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
Saturday, Nov. 12, at 1649 Kingsley Ave.
More than 60 crafters will be selling
handmade items, clothing, jewelry, holi-
day and quilting items.
THE LAKEWOOD UNITED
METHODIST WOMEN will hold its
20th Annual Craft Extravaganza 9 a.m.-3
p.m. Saturday, Nov.12, with more than 75
regional crafters participating. All pro-
ceeds will benefit mission projects. The
church is located at 6133 San Jose Boule-
vard. Call 733-8477.
FLEMING ISLAND PRESBYTER-
IAN CHURCH is selling its keepsake
cookbook containing 181 local recipes for
$15 at 1743 CR 220. All proceeds go to-
ward the building fund. Call 269-2412.
THE EVANGELISM AND HOME
MISSIONS DEPARTMENT of the
Green Cove Springs Congregational Ho-
liness Church will present a missionary
program 10 a.m.-lp.m. the third Saturday
of the month in the parking lot at Clay
Theater. All meetings include gospel
singing and preaching. Clot hinig and
meals offered to those ith needs.-Call
284-5089.

ONGOING EVENTS
THE ORANGE PARK WOMEN'S
CLU B'S THR IFT SHOP is open 10 a.m.-
1p.m. every Wednesday and Sa tu rd vat
130Kirngsl\-_e Ae Pr oceeds given as schol-
arships to graduating high school seniors.
GRACE EPISCOPAL CHURCH will
offer its GriefShare Program 6:30-8:30
p.m. Nov. 8-Jan. 31 at 245 Kingsley Av-
enue, Conference Room B. A $25 fee for
materials will be imposed and scholair-
ships are a\ ailable. Call 0-l': 1 'i64-9981.
THE FRIDAY NIGHT DANCE
CLUB at the Orange Park Lion Club, 423
McIntosh Ave. Active adults, married or
single are invited to attend. Snacks, set-ups,
door prizes and a smoke free atmosphere
are there for the attendee. Nonmembers
'$8 members $6. Call: 463-4449 -
SHEPHERD'S CENTER OF OR-
ANGE PARK will present Adventures in
Learning Mondays, Oct. 3-N.\i. 21, at the
Family Life Center of the Orange Park
United Methodist Church. Cost for the
-eight-week session is $20. Lunch follows
programs. Call 269-5315.
THE SOUTH EAST VOLKSWA-
GEN CLUB gathers at the Sonic Drive-
In, 1711 Wells Rd, OrangePark, 6 p.m. on
the first Saturday of every month. All
Volkswagens and people who have an in-
terestin VWs invited. Call 272-5244
RECOVERY, INC., a support group
for those suffering from stress, tension,
anxiety, panic, depression, fatigue, sleep
problems, worr, :anger., fear. helplessness
or hopelessness, will mee 1 p.m. each
Wednesday at Advent Lutheran Church,
2156 Loch Rane Blvd., Orange Park. Call
264-2315. -
THE SOUTHERN GENEALO-
G IST'S EXCHANGE SOCIETY will
meet 10 a.m. the second Saturday of the
month at 6215 Sauterne Drive, Jack-
sonville. Call 272-3870.


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EDY THEATRE will host a wine tasting
6 p.m. the second a nd fourth h Friday of
the month. Cost is $10'Call 49-FUNNY.
ORANGE PARK M EDICAL.CEN-.
TER'S WELLNESS WEDNESDAYS, a
free health information and screening
event, will take place 7-10 a.m. the last
Wednesday of each month in the hospital's
Registration Lobbyon Kingsley Ave. Visit
www.opmedical.com or call 904-213-2601.
ART GUILD OF ORANGE PARK,
INC. meets 7 p.m. the first Tuesday of
each month September-May in the Or-
ange Park Library. Call 904-215-9177 or
visit www.orangeparkart.com
BARREL RACING will be7 p.m. every
Saturday at 308 Tanglewood Blvd. Cost is
$3 for members and $5 for non-members.
Spectators get in free. Call 282-1631.
THE OLDE FARM INC. distributes
free food 3:30-5:30 p.m. every Friday. Take
County Road 218 west to Carter Spencer
Road, then south approximately two
miles to the Carter Spencer farm, the for-
mer HamJam site. Call (904) 291-3852.
THE CLAY COUNTY COUPON
CLUB meets 10 a.m. every third Wednes-
day at the Orange Park Library. Call 284-
2937.
THE GREEN COVE SPRINGS LI-
BRARY will offer a preschool story hour
10:30 a.m. every Friday for children 3-6
years old. Call 269-6315.
CAREGIVER/ALZEHEIMER
SUPPORT GROUP meets 6:30-7:45 p.m.
the third Tuesday of the month at the Or-
ange Park Senior Center. Call 264- 5977.
BOOK DISCUSSION GROUP of
The Orange Park Library meets 7 p.m.
the second Tuesday of the month at the li-
brary. Call 278-4750..
CAREGIVER SUPPORT GROUP
meets 3:45-5:15 p.m. the third Wednesday
of the month at Hospice of the Lakes,
6400 St.Johns Ave., Palatka and 11 a.m.-12
p:m. the first Monday of the month at
Hospice of Jacksonville, 8130 Baymead-
owss Wa\ Wet, Suite 101. Call (800) 816-
(1.5916 oir 866 733-9818. "
\ FIND, a networking group for busi-.
resses, meets 7:30-9:30 a.m. Thursday at
the Eagle Harbor Golf Club. T he $10 fee
includes breakfast. Call 213-8564.
JACKSONVILLE PIPES AND
DRUMS meets 5:45-9 p.m. Wednesday at
Mandarin High School. Call 264-2173 or
visitjaxpipes.tripod.com.
LOOKIN GOOD, A self-help group
for people with Multiple Sclerosis, meets
11 a.m..the second Saturday of the month.
Call 278-8060.
MILITARY OFFICERS ASSOCIA-
TION meets onh the third Wednesday of
every month. Call 213-0701.
NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS meets
8 p.m. Thursday at St. Mary's Episcopal
Church ih Green Cove Springs.
CHRISTIAN MOTORCYCLIST
ASSOCIATION Clay County Chapter
meets 6-8 p.m. Friday at Zaxby's at Bland-
ing and Kingsley in Orange Park and
again 5-6 p.m. the fourth Saturday of the
month at Orange Ave. Baptist Church,
Green Cove Springs, with optional Bible
study from 6-7 p.m. Visit cmausa.org.
RETIRED FEDERAL EMPLOYEES
meets 1 p.m. the second Tuesday of the

Notice
The Trustees of the Lake Asbury Municipal
Service Benefit District will meet on Tuesday,
November 22, 2005 at 6:30 p.m. at the Lake
Asbury Community Building. Agenda will be lim-
ited to updates on dredging project and associat-
ed items.
legal #7677 published November, 10, 2005 in
Clay County's Clay Today newspaper.


month at the Orange Park Public Li-
brary. Call 276-9415.
THE ROCKING' REDHATLAND
CHAPTER OF THE RED HAT SOCI-
ETY will meet 6:31 p.m. evei third Tues-
day. Call 284-0455.
THE GEN. ROY S. GEIGER DE-
TACHMENT OF THE MARINE
CORPS LEAGUE rieets 7 p.m. the third
Monday of the month at the Middleburg
VFW.Call 272-5013.
THE GREEN COVE SPRINGS/
PENNEY FARMS LIONS CLUB meets
noon on the second and fourth Wednes-
day of the month at Ronnie's Wings, Oys-
ters and More Restaurant in Green Cove
Springs. Call 904-868-9683.
MOMS CLUB OFJACKSONVILLE
- ORANGE PARK / WESTSIDE will
meet 10 a.m. the second Thursday of the
month at Calvary United Methodist
Church, 112 Blanding Blvd., across from the
Orange Park Mall. Call 771-9573 or visit
momsclubopw@yahoo.conm.
THE VFW. POST. 8255 AND
LADIES AUXILIARY meets 7:30 p.m.
the third Wednesday of each month at
the Post Home,- .2296 Astor Ave. Men's
Auxiliary meets 7:30 p.m. the second
Tuesday of each month and Bingo is held
6 p.m. every Thursday.

HEALTH
HOSPICE OF JACKSONVILLE is
searching for volunteers. Call 733-9818.
SPANISH FOR HEALTHCARE
PROFESSIONALS, a 10 week course,
will meet 6-8 p.m. Monday at the Orange
Park Medical Center Banquet Area: .The
cost is $50 and includes a textbook. Call
482-0189.
THE KINDRED HOSPITAL
NORTHFLORIDA will host American
Lung Association Better Breathers Club
Support Group2 p.m. the fourth Tuesday
of the month. Call 904-284-9230 ext 4085.
THE CLAY COUNTY VOLUN-
TEERMEDICAL CLINIC will host free
medical care for individuals with inade-
quate or no health insurance at the Clay
County Health Clinic, 3229 Bear Run
Blvd. Call 282-0439.
LA LECHE LEAGUE OF ORANGE
PARK/. WEST JACKSONVILLE, a
breastfeeding support group, meets the
second Tuesday of the month at Orange
Park United Methodist Church's Family
Life Center. Call 284-0785 or visit
www.lalecheleague.org.
LYMPHEDEMA AWARENESS
FOUNDATION SUPPORT GROUP
meets 7 p.m. the fourth Monday o f the
month at the Orange Park Cancer Cen-
ter. Call 269-9113.
REHABILITATION DEPART-
MENT OF ORANGE PARK offers a
free seminar 4-5 p.m. the first Wednesday
of the month. Call 276-7170.
UNITED OSTOMY ASSOCIATION
Jacksonville Chapter meets 3p.m. the
third Sunday of the month at Baptist
Medical Center. Call904- 744-4082.

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Section A-30 CLAYTODAY.BIZ November 10, 2005


OBITUARIES from page A-26

EILEEN V. ANDERSON
Eileen V. Anderson, 83,
Middleburg, FL, passed away
on Nov. 1, 2005. She was a
member of OP Presbyterian Church and
a former member of North Lake Presby-
terian Church, Lady Lake, FL. Eileen was
born in N. Canton, OH, April 18,1922. Her
husband Virgil preceded her in death.
She was a U.S. Navy veteran from World
War II. Eileen is survived by her children
Cheryl Blair, Fl, Gerald Anderson, CT,
and Connie Wolfe,.FL. She is also sur-
vived by 3 sisters, 5 grandchildren and 7
great grandchildren. Graveside services
will be held Nov. 18,1:30 p.m. at the Flori-
da National Cemetery, Bushnell, Fl.
Arrangements by Hardage-Giddens
Rivermead Funeral Home.

KENNETH LEE ANDERSON
Kenneth Lee Anderson,
52, passed away Nov. 1,2005.
Born in OH, he was a long-
time resident of Clay County
and co-owned Big Daddy's Automotive
Shop in OP. Mr. Anderson was an Army
Veteran and very active in theJacksonville
Rods and Customs Car Club. He was pre-
ceded in death by their daughter, Tracy
Loudenslager who passed away June 26,
2000. Survivors include his wife of 33
years, Joanne; I son, Scotty; his grand-
daughter, Morgan LeeLoudenslager; 4
brothers: Dennis, Keith, Ricky Anderson
andjosephus Boggs; 5 sisters: Darlene Pot-
ter, Martha Smalley, Tonya Ray, Sandra
Hyatt andJoyce Gallagher; and a number
of aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews. Ken
was well loved and respected by so many
and will be greatly missed by his wife, son,
and granddaughter. A memorial service
was held Nov. 5, at the Church of The
Brethren with Pastor Charles McGuckin
officiating. Arrangements by Holly Hill
Funeral Home.

DAVID DURAND KENNETT-
Mr. David Durand Ken-
nett, 84, (July 25,1921) a resi-
dent of GCS, passed away
Thursday, Nov. 3,2005, atOP
Medical Center. Mr. Kennett was a native
of Coronado, CA, and the son of Luther
Martin and Isabelle Smith Kennett. He
came to GCS in 1946 after discharge from
the Navy in CA. David was a member of.
.the Elks and the PG.A. He enjoyed bowl-
ing and golfing. He was a Golf Pro and
worked at Reynolds Park. Mr. Kennett
was Episcopalian and a member of St.
Mary's in GCS. Mr. Kennett was preceded
in death by his first wife, Elizabeth Roen-
bush Kennett; 1 brother, Luther Martin
Kennett IV 1 sister, Mildred Cooley. He is,
survived by his wife, Elsie Kennett, GCS;


4 sons, David Durand KennettJr. (Jane),
Seffner, Richard Kennett (Cheryl) OP,
John Kennett (Pam),Jacksonville, Marty
Kennett (Diane), St. Augustine; 2 daugh-
ters, Katheen Kirill (Pete),Jacksonville,
and Lori Garcia (Rick), OP. 14 grandchil-
dren and 5 great grandchildren. A
Memorial Service was held Nov. 6, at the
Helm Funeral Home, GCS. Arrange-
ments by Helm Funeral Home.

JOHN JOHNNYY" WflLUAM PREVIlT
John '"Johnny" William Prevatt, 58,
Middleburg, FL, passed away Saturday,
Nov. 5,2005. Born on May 7,1947, inJack-
sonville, he was a truck driver and a log-
ger, having worked for M.H. Logging for
the past 15 years.Johnny enjoyed building
and watching racecars as well as fishing
and spending time with his grandchil-
dren. He was of the Baptist faith and is
survived by his wife, Shirley Prevatt, Mid-
dleburg; daughters, Cindy Prevatt, Mid-
dleburg and Brandy Prevatt, Orange
Park; grandchildren, Katelyn, Zachary
and Kyle Prevatt; brothers, Henry and
Charlie Prevatt, CA, Benny Prevatt,
Boston, MA, Bobby Prevatt Charleston, SC
and Jimmy Prevatt of MD; several nieces,
nephews, and loving family and friends.
Funeral services were held Nov. 9, at-the
Chapel of Broadus-Raines & Pons Family
Funeral Home. Interment followed in
Peoria Cemetery, OP, FL. Arrangements
are under the care of Broadus-Raines &
Pons Family Funeral Home.

HILLIE JUNIORR" LINCOLN
Hillie '"Junior" Lincoln, 69, of Middle-
burg, FL, passed away on Friday, Nov. 4,
2005. Born on Sept.7,1936, in Nashville,TN,
he was a truck driver of the Pentecostal
faith. Survivors include his loving wife of 49
years, Barbara Lincoln; son, Melvin Brad-
ford, Brooksville, FL; daughters, Lillian
Brown, GCS, FL and Becky (Hank)Jackson,
Middleburg, FL; stepmother, Mary Lee
Lincoln, Fairview, TN; 8 grandchildren; nu-
merous great-grandchildren and great-
gl.cat- .ia :ndchildi en. Funeral services were
held No-'\. ar the Chapel of Broadus-
Raines & Pons Family Funeral Home with
Rev. David Goodman and Pastor Ronnie
King officiating. Interment followedin
Hickory Grove Cemetery. Arrangements
were under the direction of Broadus-
Raines & Pons Family Funeral Home.

JAMES J. PALLADINO
James J. Palladino, 62,
passed awayNov. 3,2005, this
home in Middleburg follow-
ing a lengthy illness. Born in
Chelsea, MA, he moved to Middleburg
three years ago from El Paso, TX, following
his retirement from the El Paso County
Sheriff's Office. Before becoming a
Deputy Sheriff, Mr. Palladino served his


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sons: Cody Silver and Dayle Neely; brothers:
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and nephews.Funeral services withfull mil-
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graveside at Holly Hill Memorial Park with
Father Edward Rooney, officiating. The
family requests memorials are sent to Com-
munity Hospice of Northeast Florida.

FLAVIE C. HATCHER
Flavie C.Hatcher passed away peaceful-
ly Nov. 7,2005.Born in France, she came to
the US at the age of 15 and was very proud
to be a US citizen. Because she loved chil-
dren, she worked at E.H. Miller School in
Palatka as a teacher's aide for the emotion-
ally disturbed, retiring in 1993.After retire-
ment, she worked in the children's nursery
atCrescent Beach Baptist Church inSt. Au-
gustine.Flavie was full of life; if you met her
once, you would never forget her. She never
met a stranger. If you needed anything, she
would be there for you. She is preceded in
death by her loving husband of 40 years,
Kenneth. She will be deeply missed by her
daughters, Claudine (Rich) Owen and
Jacqueline; her 3 grandsons, Nicholas (Tr-
isha) Klepar, Perry and Garrett Owen; her
sister, Dina (Gino) Barbacci, and so many
wonderful and loving family members and
dear friends. The family will celebrate her
life 11 a-m. Nov. 12, atBroadus-Raines &Pons
Family Funeral Home. In lieu of flowers,
memorials maybe made in her memory to
First Coast No More Homeless Pets, P.O.
Box 50696,Jacksonville, FL 32240.

MARY ELIZABETH JONES
Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Jones, 86, (March


19,1919), GCS passed away Tuesday Nov. 8,
2005.,at the Dr. Lake Health Care Center in
OP. rh s.Jones was a nait i e of Jacksonville
coming to GCS in 1992. She was the daugh-
ter of William Puckett and Olivia Bell
Hicks Harrell. She had worked for Maxwell
House in Retail Beverage Sales. Mary was a
member of the Ward's Creek Baptist
Church. She was preceded in death by her
husband, Bishop Mallie Jones; daughter,
Carol Jones and granddaughter, Sheila
Hinson. Mrs.Jones is survived by a daugh-
ter, Libby Miller, GCS; son Marvin Jones,
Kennesaw, GA; granddaughter, Elizabeth
Bradley, GCS; grandson Jay Gurr Jack-
sonville and ahost of other g ia ndch ild re n.
nieces and nephews. Sei% ices i% ill be held
Nov. 11, at the Helm Funeral Home.
Arrangements by Helm Funeral Home.


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Monday the week of publication.


Holiday Happenings


GREEN COVE SPRINGS JR.
-HIGH will provide shoes for students
at junior highs or middle school in the
areas destroyed by Hurricane Katrina.
To participate, residents should pur-
chase a new pair of shoes (the same size
and style/brand your child wears.) Stu-
dents may write a letter to the child,
who will receive the shoes, but only in-
clude their first name. All items are to
be placed in the shoebox before it ar-
rives at the school. Collections last
until Dec. 1. Call (904) 529-2140.

CHARLES E. BENNETT ELE-
MENTARY will present "A Christmas
Carol" on Dec. 8-9. Tickets may be pur-
chased through the PFA. For more infor-
mation, call the school at (904) 529-2126.

THE ORANGE PARK MALL will
host several holiday events. Santa will ar-
rive 7 p.m. Nov. 11, in the JC Penney
Court, and photos can be taken with
Jolly Ole' St. Nick through December.
Simon Day of Giving will be Nov. 20.
Simon Kidgits Holiday Celebration will
take place 8:30-10:30 am. 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 SPRINGS JU-
NIOR HIGH'S Choral Department
will hold its annual Holiday Concert at
7:30 p.m. Friday, Dec. 9, in the cafetori-
um. The event is free and open to the
public. Call (904) 529-2140 ext. 2312.

THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
OF ORANGE PARK will provide
Thanksgiving Dinner at the church
noon-2 p.m. Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 24,
to the homeless and families in need
throughout the community. Delivery
of meals will be 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m. Volun-
teers and food donations are needed.
Call 298-3439.

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November 10 2005


Clay County arrest key to large drug bust, police say


Clay Today staff
JACKSONVILLE A drug bust in
Clay .County last spring is being
credited with leading to the dis-
mantling of an Orlando-based drug
operation that was importing large
amounts of marijuana and cocaine
from Mexico.
Authorities on Tuesday, Nov. 8,
announced the arrests of 17 people
as a result of Operation Poppyseed, J0
which involved the Clay County
Sheriff's Office and nine other law
enforcement agencies including the FBI.
Two other suspects remain at large.
Police said the operation netted 1,925
pounds of marijuana, with a street value
of $1.9 million; 127 pounds of powder co-
caine, with a street value of $1.1 million;
more than $68,000 in cash; five vehicles;
three motorcycles; and three firearm.
All the arrests and seizures occurred in
Kissimmee on Nov. 1 and Nov. 3, authori-
ties said.
The operation began in[ April Clay
and Duval county-authorities used a con-
fidential informant to buy three kilos of
cocaine and two pounds of marijuana.
Three people were arrested as a result.
It's notknown how long members of the
.organization had been living in the Or-
ange Park area and selling drugs in the
area, said Lt. Barry Abramowitz of the Clay


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Alexander Rivera


County Sheriff's Office narcotics division.
He said investigators began working
to following the.supply chain back as far
as possible.
"We went all the way to the top. The
only person left would have to be the
farmer (growing the drugs)," he said.
"Knocking the little guy off the corner
is not going to take care of it any more,",
he said. "You have to trace it all the way
back. It's very expensive and it's very time
consuming. But you get the whole thing;
you get everybody selling the stuff, the
guy in between and the little guy. You get
everything."
There could be more arrests in Clay
County related to the operation,
Abramowitz said, as those arrested begin
to provide more details.
Four men with Clay and Jacksonville


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arrested in the operation Juan and Jose
Aleman, Michael Trusel and Alexander
Rivera.
The Florida Department of Law En-
forcement and FBI joined the investiga-
tion when it led to two Kissimmee men
who they suspected in trafficking more
than 500 pounds of marijuana and multi-
kilograms of cocaine.
Early in the investigation, a shooting
happened in Orange Park that was


Hickory Grove Baptist


Church calls new pastor


Special to Clay Today
GREEN COVE SPRINGS Hickory
Grove Baptist Church has called Rev.
Michael Madaris as pastor.
Madaris began his ministry Sunday;
Nov. 6. He was senior pastor at Cordova
Baptist Church in Cordova, N.C., prior to
receiving the present call. His education-
al background includes Southeastern


Baptist Theological Seminary, Wake For-
est, N.C.; Liberty University, Lynchburg,
Va. and North Greenville College in
Tigerville, S.C.
The congregation will welcome Rev.
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Area marching bands face judges


Clay Today Staff and Amy Dimmock,
Correspondent
FLEMING ISLAND Thirteen high
school marching bands from Clay, Put-
nam, St.Johns and Flagler counties per-
formed Saturday, Nov. 5, before judges
doing the Florida Bandmasters Associa-
tion Marching and Music Performance
Assessment.
Each band in the association's District
21 was evaluated on music, marching
and maneuvering, general effect, per-
cussion and auxiliary. Bands received
ratings of superior, excellent, good, fair
or poor.
Final ratings for Clay County schools
were: Clay High, superior; Keystone


Heights, excellent; Middleburg, excel-
lent; Orange Park, excellent; and
Ridgeview, superior.
Though not part of District 21, Bay-
side High School from Palm Bay in Bre-
vard County also performed because
their district's assessment was cancelled
due to Hurricane Wilma.
'Eachband's performance had to last
between five and 10 minutes. Six judges
rate each school's performance. There
are two music judges, one percussion
judge, one marching and maneuvering
judge, one general effect judge and one
auxiliary (color guard) judge..
Results will also be posted at theFlori-
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www.flmusiced.org/fba.


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related to the case, police said. The
suspect,Juan Mercado, is currently
in custody in Clay County, charged
with attempted murder and false
imprisonment, police said.
Other agencies participating in
the investigation and arrests include:
The Osceola Sheriff's Office, the
State Attorney's Office, Immigra-
tion and Customs Enforcement, the
U.S. Department of Justice's Drug
Enforcement Agency and its Tri
County Task Force.
The Florida National Guard's
County Drug Operation also contributed
to the investigation and provided lan-
guage services, police said.
Jacksonville Sheriff John Rutherford
described the multi-agency operation as
"the Super Bowl of drug trafficking op-
erations."
"It took the help, resources and part-
nership of all these agencies and pro-
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Season: January 6th-February 25th. NEED VOLUNTEER COACHES!!!
2@ 2 Locations to. play: Dye-Clay Family YMCA (Orange Park) 272-4304 ages 4-17 I
YMCA Barco-Newton Family YMCA (Fleming Island) 278-9622 ages 4-11 YMCA

Raiders finish on high note, drill Eagles 35-8


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Raider running back Terrance Pollack led Orange Park to the victory by burning Fleming Island for three touchdowns.


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By Alan Nicotra, Correspondent


FLEMING ISLAND The Orange Park
Raiders made thecross count) tipto Flem-
ing Island t( take on the Golden Eagles on
Friday, November 4, in what was the final
game for both teams in the 2005 season.
Orange Park and Fleming Island were
hoping to end what were disappointing
seasons on a high note. and the Raiders
did just that, as the\ handled the Golden
Eagles with ease, defeating them 35-8,-
tha nks in large part to the running game.
Senior running back Terrance Pollock
capped of his high school career by rush-
ing 16 tu nes for over 120 yards and three
touchdowns.
The Raiders began the game aggres-
sively and set the tone earl on their first
possession of the game, they faced a
fo tir th d,-, n a nd i e set to0 punt. Howev-
er, punter Nigel Heal took the snap but
instead of punting he ran 12yards for the
first down. The fake kept the drive alive
for the Raiders, setting up a 17-yard
touchdown run from Brian Sumlar with
7:35 remaining in the first quarter, giving
Orange Park an earl% 7-0 lead.
"We wanted to be aggressive and end
the season well, the running game was
verN good tonight". said Raider head
coach Ted Leasor.
Later in the quarter with the Golden
Eagles driving, running backJohn Gad-
son fumbled on a sweep outside, which
,%v was recovered by Orange Park's Terrance


Pollock. But the Raiders returned the on track the entire game. Their quarter- CA
favor, after what would have been a Pol- back Fletcher managed to complete
lack touchdown run was called back be- only 9 passes in the game for a total of 54 I
cause of holding, Fleming Island's Tyler yards and their lone score the came with
Baugh intercepted Orange Park's quar- just thirty-seven seconds left on a 5-yard A l.
terbac k Bobbie Hill's first pass of the touchdown run from Kurt Vosburgh.
game on the next play. Inspite of the great "The defense did a great job tonight,
field position Fleming Island's offense they kept Gadson in check. I believe the
was unable to convert on the turnover and guys were familiar with his moves and
punted right back to Orange Park. what he likes to do", added Leasor.
The turning point in the game came With the loss, Fleming Island finished
with four minutes left in the first half, the season with a 3-7 record, while Orange
After a 32-yard pass from Hill to Pollock Park ended its season with a 5-5 record.
got theRaiders down to the (.one aird lIine,.
Pollock scored once again,] pushing inthe Scoring
end zone from 1-yard out, increasing the 1 2 3 4 F
Raiders' lead to 14-0. OP
OrangeParkincreasedthatleadandba- 7 .14 14 0 35
sically put the game away with 1:49 left in FI
the half. Jamal Carr received a shoi t pass 0 0 0 8 8
from Hill and took it the rest of the way OP Sumlar 17 run 6:03 (1)
downthesideline55yardsforatouchdown. OP Pollack 1 run 4:00 (2)
The Raiders defense then stifled OP Carr 55 pass from Hill 1:49 (2)
Fleming Island again on their next pos- OP Pollack 51 run 10:37 (3)
session, they had put together a drive into OP- Pollack 7 run 3:47 (3)
Orange Park's red zone on two conmple- FI Vosburgh 5 run 0:37 (4)
tions to Gadson but on quarterbackJoel Individual Leaders -
Fletcher next attempt he was intercepted Rushing -
by defensive end John Garcia to keep the OP Pollock 16-122.
Raiders 21-0 halftime lead in tact. FI Gadson 8-44; Brown 5-29.
While Orange Park's-offense ran up Passing-
and down the field led by Pol lack, who OP-Hill 4-6 -117 yards
added two more touchdowns in the FI -Fletcher 9-16-54 yards
third quarter, including a 51- a rd touch- Receiving-
down run to put the game out of reach, OP Pollock 2-55, Carr 1-55
Fleming Island's offense couldAJ T(g.t < Fl-,Gadson 3-20. Hendershor-, -1'.. ..


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S SPORTS BRIEFS


Elks hosting hoop shoot contest
Lodge #2605 is holding registration
for boys'andgii lskagesS to l3 in anindi-
vidual free throw shooting contest .
Interested participants shoui register,
ati 520 (Collins RD. on Satir day. Notem-
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..


cember and season w ill last through Ma
and possiblvJune.
Players cannot [tUrn13 before Mav 1.
2006; Previous trat el ball expe e nce is
prefe i ed. For more information ctIall
(904) 759-6016.


NFL Flag Football opens reg
Winter L.eag une.s Ire fo rming for NFL
Flag Foot ba 1 2"00. at Ora nge Park's Clay.
County Soccer Cl b in Eag le 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.


UP team seeKS nasenall players
Orange Park 12-year-old Boys Baseball LFF sponsors Walk-A-Thon
Travel Team is currently seeking players Lifestyles Family Fitness Centers are
for tryouts. Practices will start in De- sponsoring a Hurricane Relief Walk-A-


Thon on Satiurda\. (October 29 from iii
a.m. to Noon.
There will bea $10enti\ fee %ith all
participants will receive a free Lifestyle
Family Fitness T-shirt and all pi roceedis
will go to the American Red Cross Hurri-
ca ie Relief Effior t.
For the nearest Lifestyles Fitness Cen-
ter call 1-800-LIFESTEP or visit,
www.lff.com.
To find out more about the American
Red Cross Hurricane Relief Effort logon
to http://katrina.redcross.org/.

Youth basketball reg at YMCA
The YMCA is accepting youth basket-
ball registration for boys and girls ages 4-
11 at the Barco-Newton Family YMCA
and 4-17 at the Dye-Clay Family YMCA.
Registration is on-going and ends on


N\ ember 10. For more information con-
tact the YNICA at 272-43014.

Women's marathon training
L.rcal nonprofit, Girls on the Run of
N.E. Florida, is build ig a team of local
women who want to train for a
marathon/half-marathon and make a
difference in the lives of young girls
throughout our community.
Women of all running and walking
abilities from Jacksonville, Orange
Park, Ponte Vedra and Fernandina
Beach will come together to train for
the Miami Marathon or Half Marathon
on January 29, 2006 while raising
mnones ($262 minimum) to benefit the
girls at Girls on the Run, after-school


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615 Walnut St.
284-9231

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1489 Russell Rd.
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LIVING WATERS WORSHIP CENTER
1104ldlewildAve.
KINGDOM OF GOD IN CHRIST
Elder Scott
1205 Houston St.
MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH
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1315,East. .
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549YPalmetto Ave.
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Rev, Darce Moser, Jr.
2; 01. Deel Rd. .
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8:15 a, 1'0m1 :00 pm Sunday Service
ST. JOSEPH BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev.-Embry Bradley
P.O. Box 1042
ST. MARGARET'S EPISCOPAL
-Father KerrHerzog
Old Church Rd., Hibemia
284-3030


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Deacon Bruce Butler
P.O. Box 534
BEULAH BAPTIST
Rev. Wescoat Holloway
4579 SR-21
Sun. Sch. 9:45a.m/Church11:00 a.m.
529-9530
SHILOH B\i'ISICH.RLCH
CR 226 284-9044
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SACRED HEART CATHOLIC CHURCH
Father Donal Sullivari -.
.7190 Hwy 17, GreenCove Springs .
Sunday services
FLEMING ISLAND
PATHWAY CHURCH
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HIBERNIA BAPTIST CHURCH
SMees at Paterson Elementary School
Scott Yirka, Pastor.
215-2488 or 704-5965.
HERITAGE BAPTIST
4325 Hwy; 17 S.
269-2405 .
SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH
".111 1I i I" "
269-2607
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CHRIST EVANGELICAL
LUTHERAN CHURCH
F, T..ij- t r ,,1
.Sunday worship 9:15 a.m., Worship 10:30 a.m.
Wed. Bible hour 6:30
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH.
OF KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
Hwy. 100
FRIENDSHIP BIBLE CHURCH
Rev.-Llyd Greene, Pastor
S1155 Orchid Avenue
(Comer Hwy. 21 & Orchid Ave.)
Kestone Heights, FL 32656
.352473-2713 .
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Hwy. 21.
473-0602
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD
SSR 100 High Ridge Estates
[STO IT LiNTE[Dliilioil)lTt Hl.i.ilH
Hwy.21 S.
8:15 & 11:00 Traditional
9:30 Contemporary
352-473-3829
S : MIIDLEBURG
\BLUND.II LIFE
CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP
Pastor Scott Becker
- 5040 CR 218 W.
282-3060
Sunday Worship.llam & 6pm
Sunday Schhdl 9:45am'
Wed. 7:3.0pm ,: .


433 Palmetto Ave. 284-5490 ; SHARON SOUTHERN BAPTIST CHURCH : APOSTOLIC LIGHTHOUSE
S 5584 Sharon Rd. OF MIDDLEBURG
284-0046 Pastor M. David Goodman
4182 CR 218 Suite 6
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Sunday W 1o1hipll:00am/Wed.7:00pm
S(904)2981443 or (904) 945-9663
BLACK CREEK CHURCH OF CHRIST
3216 State Rd. 218, 282-4033
BRANAN FIELD BAPTIST CHURCH
Pastor Jack Lee
908 Brannanfield Rd.
282-7970
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Charles McGuckin
1651 Russell Rd.
Coner of CR 220 & 209
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Sunday Whrship 11 alm. & 7 p.m.
Wednesday Prayer Service 7 p.m.
LIVING WATERS OF MIDDLEBURG
D3ennis Mills, Pastor
5118 County Road 218 West
S 291-0704
MADEIRA BAPTIST
Dr. Jerry Robinson, Pastor
1650 Blanding Middleburg
291-1880
MAXVILLE ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Rev. Linda Adkins
9140 Hwy. 301, Mxvl 289-9727
MIDDLEBURG CHURCH OF GOD
2728 Howard Rd.
282-2957-
MIDDLEBURG PRESBYTERIAN
Rev. John Nicolson
4564 Rosemary St.
282-0130
MIDDLEBURG UNITED METHODIST

282-5589
MORNING STAR FAMILY CHURCH
Pastor Tom Croft
3900 Main St.
282-3393
NEW INDEPENDENT CHURCH OF GOD
4360 Longmire Rd.
OAK GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. Delton Kilpatrick
CR 215, Middleurgn
282-2984.
SALVATION ARMY
2795 CR220
276-6677
S< SOUTH MIDDLEBURG BAPTIST CHURCH
Calvin Childers, Pastor
4565 Alligator Blvd.
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282-9134
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Pastors; Robert Hale
272-6370
ASBURY UNITED METHODIST.
CHURCH OF ORANGE PARK
Rev. Linda Standifer
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BEREAN BAPTIST CHURCH
Dr. Tom Neal
4459 U.S. Hwy. 17S.
BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH
Dr. Paul Fowler, Pastor
3060 Moody Rd.
BIBLE BELIEVERS
Christian Fellowship -
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269-2423
BUCKMAN BRIDGE
UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST SOCIETY.
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CALVARY ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Pastor, Lamar Jacks
F E ".i.B, B a.. f

CALVARY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
112 Blanding Blvd.
Rev. Roy Harris
272-4210
CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH -
942 Oak Lane
Pastor Johnny Thomas 276-9099
CHRISTIAN FAITH CENTER
922B Blanding Blvd.
Wendell A. Shaw, Minister Mark Sellers,
Minister
276-0130
CHRISTIAN LIFE CENTER
Meets Sunday at 2:00 at Wilson Inn on
Collins Road
FAITH COMMUNITY CHURCH OF GOD-
J.A. Jones, Pastor
DeBarry & Gano
264-7540 .
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
OF ORANGE PARK
David Tarkington, Pastor
S 1140 Kingsley Ave
264-2351
FIRST CHRISTIAN
CHURCH OF ORANGE PARK
Dr. Bob Bole, Pastor
2876 Moody Rd.
272-1250 i
GOOD SAMARITAN EPISCOPAL CHURCH
1146 Blanding Blvd.
272-3111
GRACE EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Rev. Samuel C. Pascoe


245 Kingsley Ave.
264-9981
INTERNATIONAL
BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH
Pastor Romeo Cerico
2001 Belhaven Drive (off College Drive)
F ,,,t-1. 1.
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10:30 am/0Worship I F 1111 ,

ISLAND VIEW BAPTIST CHURCH
Dr WM SRntl Cnner .
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LI\ INC,G \ORD COMMUNITY lHi.RCH
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www.lwcconline.org
MOOSEHAVEN CHAPEL
278-1210
NEW HORIZONS ORANGE PARK
T.:rr, M uri n .. ": F-..
11 ,.'11. 'V ,I e Fr.
Sunday 9am.
Bible Study 10:30 am.
OAK LEAF BAPTIST CHURCH
PF ',i.., Fr:,...i B 8il
213-9894:
ORANGE PARK CHURCHOF CHRIST
Terrace Rhoden, Preacher
1365 Kingsley Ave. OP, FL 32067
P.O. Box 23 264-4833
ORANGE PARK UNITED
METHODIST CHURCH
Lee Ann Inman, Pastor '
Worship 8:15,9:15,9:30, 11:00
152 Stowe Ave.
264-2241
ORANGE PARK ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Allan 'Wiggins, Pastor
Services 10:30 a.m. & 6p.m.
1324 Kingsley Ave.
264-5961
ORANGE PARK CHURCH
OF THE NAZARENE
3212 Moody Rd.
269-5623
ORANGE COVE SEVENTH-DAY
ADVENTIST CHURCH
Dave Swinvar, Pastor
4501 US Hwy 17 South
269-2607
ORANGE PARK PRESBYTERIAN
Rev. Tim Roberts
Sunday School 9:30a.m and Il:00am
Worship 9:15a;m. & lla.m.
1905 Park Avenue
264-0536 -
www.oppresby.com .
RIDGEWOOD BAPTIST
Dr. Hal Fletcher
939 Blanding Blvd.
272-3791
ST. CATHERINE'S CATHOLIC CHURCH
1649 Kingsley Ave.
264-0577 .
ST. GILES PRESBYTERIAN
Troy Lewis, Pastor


ST. JAMES AME CHURCH
Alesia Scoti-Ford, Pastor
504 McImosh Ave.
278-7037
Sunday Service I11 a.m.
NEW BEGINNINGS CHRISTIAN
FELLOWSHIP -
Pastor Jerry Larkford
1134 Blanding Blvd. 272-1017
VINEYARD CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP
OF ORANGE PARK
109 Industrial Loop. N
Orange Park, Fl. 32073
276-7642, -


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November 10, 2005 CLAYT


Broncos' season ends


in 23-22 nail biter


TODAY.BIZ


By Vance McCullough, Correspondent
MIDDLEBUi RG Two tea ms w ith rough-
N as man\ w inls as losses, twvo teams that
, ill not make tlie plavoffsand i\o )teams
Sixth seemingly nothing to pla\ for ex-
cept pride. Pride goes a long wa% when
the seniors on each team realize this will.
be the last time the\ e\er suit up to pla\
high school football.
NMiddleburg and West Nassau locked
up in a battle of wills. A game that wasn't
over until it was over and even when it
was over. it wasn't oier vet.
The Broncos welcomed the West Nas-
sauWaririors to "senior night"and "home-
coming" on a cool evening in Middleburg.
After ~an on-side kick to begin the
game with prime field position, the
Broncos failed to score and turned the
ball over on downs to the Warriors.
However, after West Nassau's Derek
Bradleyranfor31)ardsarid a pass inter-
ference call against the Broncos moved
the ball to the Bronco fifteenjemar An-
derson came through for the Bronco de-
fense and intercepted a pass at the two.
Now backed to their end zone and
forced to pu n t M idd lebu rg's Zechariah
Townseniid as unable to get the kick off
and West Nassau's Bubba Pickett blocked
it and Townsend fell on the ball for a safe-
ty but avoided the quick touchdown.
The first quarter score ended, sound-
ing much like a baseball score with the
X.VWrriors holding the 2-0 ad\ antage, but
as the second quarter began the Broncos
lined tip for an apparent 51-vard field
goal attempt. It turned out to be a quick
kick punt that was fu trbled by the War-
riors and recovered by a hustling Antho-
n% Bellamy at the 2'yard line BUT-
another "holding" penalty against the.
Broncos nullified the brilliantly con-
ceived, and excellently executed play.
The Broncos then lined up in punt for-
mation and the.Warriors took over at
their own 28-Nard line.
Defensively. Travis McLaughlin gave
good pressure off the corner to force an
incomplete pass, and, eventuallU a pu nt.
Offensively, Cameron Warner con-
tributed greatly on the Broncos first scor-
ing drive of the game. After running his
team to third-and-inches, he gained 18
vards.MenmphisHerring then moved the
ball across midfield. Quarterback
Michael Clifton then dumped a short
pass to 1Warner in the flat %where lie
proved to be too much cf a load tor some
of the Warriors and showed too much
speed to be caught by the others as he
raced to the end zone for the Broncos
opening touc hdow n. Clifton added the
two-point conversion and Middleburg
led 8-2.electrLfv ing the home crowd.
However. the Warriors reclaimed the
lead in less than two-minutes w hen quar-
terback AustinJanneN delivered a strike
to Derek Anderson on deep post pat-
ternfor a touchdown n and West Nassau
held the 9-8 halfrinme lead.
Following a scoreless third quarter of
play, West Nassau began a twelve-play.
drive that consumed over five minutes
off the game dock. Running back Mar-
cellus Nelson pounded the ball at the
Broncos and then sliced through Middle-
burg defensive line to score another War-
riors' touchdown to make the score 16-8.

SE.T/AILIlED 1942L



Sunday Service 5pm
Guest Apeaker, November 13
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W\es Nassau reco-ered an onside kick
but the Broncos defense stood tall. Egrits
jefferson andjaison Sanchez led the de-
fense in making a couple of important
stops. Then Brandon Burke snuffed out
an under neath reverse to force punt.
Begiming fi om inside their went the
Broncos'offense \ent to work. Warner got
cranked back Lp.Jemar Anderson mo' ed
to receiver fromithequarterback spotand
caught a pass that no\ed the chains.Jef-
fterson ran for a first cdlo n, and Anderson
caught a pass for anotherat midfield.
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Middleburg's Chase Weiskopf looks for running room in the first quarter during the
season finale'.


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BRONCOS from page B-3
Herring ran to the right, breaking
tackles and picking up 10 yards.Jeffer-
son read his teammates' blocks well,
showed nifty footwork and took theball


After recovering a fumble on the en-
suing kickoff, Middleburg took the lead
when Anderson took the handoff.start-
ed right, cut back left, ran around the
end and into the end zone to pay dirt,
but the extra point try was blocked.


CORRESPONDENT PHOTO B\ TONI % DAVME
Last year's homecoming queen Amanda Green (right), crowns Amber Workman during
halftime of the game. King Chris Massey was crowned the following night at the dance.


to the one yard line bringing the crowd
to it's feet. The Broncos lined up with
double tight ends to help block. Warner
plowed up dhe gut for a touchdown.
Needing two points,Jemar Anderson
took the ball and scampered to the right
pvylonand across the goal line to tie the
game at 16 with 3:47 left to play.


However the Broncos now had the lead
22-16 with 2:32 left in the game.
Working against a short clock; the
Warriors wasted nro time asJanney's long
pass moved them to the Middleburg 38-
yard line. Nelson maintained the
ground assault. Another Janney air
strike hit Derek Anderson who made it-


to within seven yards of the goal line be-
fore being tackled.
The whole stadium knewthe ballwas
going to Nelson. On two consecutive
plays he ground out the five yards that
stood between his Warriors and a win-
ning season. He hit pay. dirt with 32 sec-
onds left in the game and the season.
With the score now tied, everything
hinged on the PAT kick. It was good. The
Warriors clung to a 23-22 lead.
Following a squib kick the Broncos
were 53 yards away from a dramatic
comeback.Jemar Anderson completed
a pass to Jefferson whoended up at the
19-yard line with 17 ticks left on the clock.
The Broncos lost 10 yards on the next
play, and appeared to nio be out of the
field goal range of most high school
kickers, but with 6 seconds left, they
lined up in field goal for mation.Jemar
Anderson was set to hold. He picked the
ballup and ran with it... right at first,
when the defense closed on him he re-
versed field and ran wide to the left side
- no daylight to be found, he spun back.
around, raced to the right end again
and, this time got the corner andwasn't
touched until he was pulled downby the,
facemask at the 5 yard line.
The clock showed 0:00, but a game
cannot end on a defensive penalty in
this case a "facemask". The refs ex-
plained that there was also "holding" on
the Broncos, which offset the facemask
call against the Warriors. Translation: ue-
pla) the dco.w n back at the oi iginl'al line
of scrim mage the 29- ard line.
This time the Broncos kicked... it was
a little w ide of the upright and the \\ai -
riors won a dogfight 23-22.
Despite the loss, Middleburg Coach
RobbieJustino praised the efforts of his
Broncos, as well as those of the Warriors,


"Coach Hicken had his guys ready to
play tonight. What a tough, hard fought
football game. I am proud of the way
our kids kept fighting back. They. could
have just laid down when (West Nassau)
started giving the ball to Nelson, but
the\ just kept coming back." -
He put the season in perspective, "We
had a rough season last year but I think
our kids have turned it around this year
and our program is on the right track."
Senior quarterback Michael Clifton
said, "We were 0-10 last year. We won four
games this year; five if) ou count a pre-
season win over First Coast. We have
turned it around and I take a lot of pride
in that. Our young guys have a lot to
look forward to they're very talented."

Scoring
1 2 3 4 F
WN
2. 7 0 14 23
MB
0 8 0 14 22
WN- sa fe t \, blocked punt
MB \\'arner 44 pass-from Clifton
WN- Anderscn 40 pass fromJanney
WN- Nelson I run.
MI- Warner 1 run
MI- Anderson 10 run
WN Nelson 4 run
Individual Leaders
Rushing:
WN- Nelson 17-85; Bradley 8-78
MB-Jefferson 14-95; Wahrner 10-66;
Herring 10-60
Passing:
WN -Janney 5-17 -124 yards
MI -Clifton 6-12 -100 yards
Receiving:
WN Anderson 4-92
MI-Warner l-44,Jefferson 1-30,
Weiskopf 1-15


Keystone tunes up for playoffs with 22-6 homecoming win


By Horace Davis, Staff
hdavis@jcpgroup.com

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS The Indians
of Kei stone Heiglus ended their regu-
lar season with a 22-6 win over
Hawthorne. The victory came on Key-
stone's homecoming night and marked
the return of senior running back Wil
Breton who scored on touchdowns
runs of 14 and 25 yards to open the
scoring for the 7-3 Indians who will
make their first visit to the state play-
offs since 1998 tomorrow against South
Sumter High School.
Kesione's defense which has been
stellar for most of the season, held
Hawthorne to 9 yards rushing in the first
half and only 58 for the game. In addition
they had not yielded a touchdown in over

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"Our defense has played well the lat-
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on a couple of loiur th down plays early
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of the game", said head coach Chuck
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The Indians racked-up 282-yard
rushing as a team with senior Michael
Williams leading the wi\ with 104-
yaidls on juL- eight carries. He closed
the scoring for Keystone with a 2-yard
run that gave them a 22-0 fourth quar-
ter lead.
Breton added 93-yards and sophomore
Greg Taylor added 71-yards on 10 rushes.
"The running game was key tonight,
we ran the ball well and pretty much con-
trolled the line of scrimmage", added
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for Ridgeview and Keystone


By Horace Davis, Staff
hdavis@jcpgroup.comn

ORANGE PARK The Ridgeview Pan-
thers and Keystone Heights Indians enter
the state playoffs tomorrow night at 7:30
p.m. Ridgeview, the district runner up to
Nease in district 6-4A and Keystone, run-
ner up to Bolles in district 3-2A will both
go on the road looking for wins. The 7-3
Panthers will travel to Gainesville and face


the (8-2) Eastside Rams at Citizens Field,
while Keystone pays a visit to Bushnell to
face the (9-1) South Sumter Raiders.
As with any game there are keys to get-
ting the victory but once the playoffs
begin, the answer is win and move on or
lose and go home. Here are just a few keys
for Ridgeview and Keystone in getting
the win in round 1.

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PLAYOFFS hrom pagc B-4 -

The PaiIntheris % ill face a team that is
\ l' \\ he1i ta s 1 the m l: East side i ll use
R i. 1,.4k-, it:%,. [l i.. H .-'e\<--i, ihe R.im s v, ill
al.t, -Ol: i d [i t- th.tll %\% [In: \\in.2-T._ full
h, .t : .i I nc-ba._k Net1 alid their ,-fret,
is pl e, i tt- Ol es, blish i.the I t !lll'lh
2illle, xi\ teia as[i e Pariltici se-e alh set
uip [he Irill [1Il u [lth passing game.
Fit -, and fLremost [lihe Parthliers m iist
stop tie Rams r i iiiing attack anid fti ce
them to throw the ball, the\ like torn the
ball so the\ ulist take a\\, what the\ like
to (I do.
Coach Mac phierson i mst find somile-
one to fill in for run stopper John
Pitt man ii ho had done in ad inii able job
on the interior t he the defense e line but
x\as hu rt during the wvin o\er Columbia.
Brett Trouiman and the linebackers
Ii muLst come up to support tile front four
in stopping Ithe run. if [lithe Panthers can
stop the ruin and force Eastside into pass-
ing [lien Sam Collins, Ke% in Dubose and
thle front fou r must get pi essureionii Rams
qual teri back lhiicqueljohnson.
Altho uLghi, Eastsidc likes to run the
ball the\ can pass as |e|ll and the
Rid_',-e\ iew defense e backs inust liiit
tIle bi2g plain capability of the Rals.
On rlie ol teisiie side of tili ball.
Macpherilrs calls an ag essi e 'aie
arid Im sLre ie \n't chaie i,-I. Btt as
% ith all\ playoff ame. tuirnio\ei s atnd
pelialties Caln change rionieiltti nl oi stall
di i\es.so the Panrliei s niliust stall a.tXa
fl"' ll [til l:,\el sa11nd pelaltles % liie still
bein4 .tiressi\e.
Al \-ear the senior laden Panthers
have looked to playmakersJoe Everett,
Charles Gilbert andJerrod Longmire to
make plays and they will need to.
Eastside has speed on their defensive
unit, which may offset the speed that
Ridgeview has but good play calling and
no turnovers can make the difference.
Running back Chris Hawkins is hurt
and %% ill not pla\, Aaron Kuchiinka isa lit-
ile nicked up but will plaN and he must pick
upt first downs in the r inning game when
Macpherson decides to run the ball.But we
all know Everett is the X-factor in the run-
-ninggame from the quarterback position.
Finally and most imipoitanth, inr
RidgeN iew's wins over Clay and Colum-.
bia they plated very aggressive, very
phi sical and er v confident. If theydo
those three things they canget the win.-
The Indians may have a tougher road
to go thi c, ugh when facing South Sumter'
who has only missed the playoffs twice in
the last fifteen years.
They have a senior dominated of-
ferise that starts with quar terbackJared
Fleming who asselected All-State class
3A last ear and has amassed 5.(1 0i ;arids
passing in his high school career. Not
only can lie pass but he can run also and
his coach Inman Sher man called him
"tliet'est he's e\ ei had".
The answer is simple for Keystone,
they must find a way to control the ball
with time-consuming drives and limit
Fleming's touches on offense.
Did I saN simple? Really Keystone
. must play their best game of the year to-..
morrow night by not turning the ball
over and no penalties if at all possible.
Penalties and turnovers have been a con-
cern for Keystone coach Chuck Dickin-
son and he knows that can't happen
against South Sumter.'
The Indians running game w ith W\il
Breton, Michael Williams and Greg Tay-
lor must be methodical and try to pick up
first down after first down to keep the
clock moving thus shortening the game.
More importantly, the offensive line
must open holes for them, which may be
a huge task against the bigger Raiders.
Keystone's defense has played very
well over the latter stages of the season
and will need to again if they are to have
a chance. They will need to make a big
play or two, turn this game into a dog-
fight and bend but not break. In addition,
if .at all possible make Fleming and the
Raiders go the distance fof scores by not al-
lowing any quick strikes.
Good Luck to both schools.


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Ridgeview's Andrew and Nicholas Maedel helped the team finish sixth in the Regional, which qualified them for the state meet on Saturday.

Ridgeview boys qualify for state OP Cyclones post another


By TL Cochran, Correspondent

ORANGE PARK "I'll be the first to
admit we did not run our best race but it
was good enough to move on", said
Ridgeview's first year coach Paul Grybb.
"These guys have worked very hard, they
have had three different coaches in the
last four years but this is what hard work
will do. I'm sure we'll have some fun at the
state meet next week", he added.
Ridgeview grabbed the sixth and final
qualifying spot in the Region 1-3A finals
held at Ridgeview on Saturday, Novem-
ber 5 and will move on to the FHSSA
State Meet to be held on Saturday at Lit-
tle Everglades Ranch in Dade County.
I'm sure this will be very exciting for the
seniors %ho (tl1bL r lininigL theirfinalrace
and it wil be at tie State Meet. I don't care
if they run their be st -r worse time,just go
out there and have some fun, they've
earned it and I'm sure theysurprised a
bu nch ol lea nis. Buti again hat' ai u iit IC


all the hard work they put in", said Grybb.
"It's time to have fun", said Ridgeview's
top runner, Evan Clay who is nursing a,
sore ankle. His teammate Andrew
Maedel added, "The weather was nice
which made for a good running day but.
biking before a race was not a good idea".
Other area qualifiers were Fleming Is-
land's Stephen Wachholz and Tom Fossa.
"The race today was pretty good, I felt
good and strong", said Wachholz.
Fossa added," I did pretty well, I was
proud of what I did. I've been working
hard all year, their were some tough guys
our there today'.
On the girl's side, the lone qualifier
was Ridgeview freshman Stephanie
Yaracs, who finished fourteenth and will
accLnmpan\ the boys' team to state.
Tallahassee Chiles High School swept
the boys and girls titles and will be a fa-
vorite at the championship, while the
teams from Flem ing Ila ndi just missed
there (u as both team fi isi-ied centh..


shutout to advance in Regional


By Horace Davis, Staff
hdavis@jcpgroup.com

GREEN COVE SPRINGS The Orange
Park Junior Midget Cyclones advanced to
the second round of the Southeast Region
with a 32-0 win over the Santa Fe Raiders on
Saturday, November 5 at Clay High School
to improve their record to 11-0 this season.
The victory overSanta Fe came on the
heels of a 22-0 win over Jacksonville


Beach last week to win the First Coast
Championship and was their third play-
off shutout.
The defense, which has been stellar all
season, recorded their ninth shutout
while only given up 14 points all season
and on offense they are averaging over 28
points per game.
The Cyclones will play the Southside
Seahawks at 3:00pm Saturday at Ocala
Forest High School.


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SPECIAL TO CLAY TODAY
The Orange Park Cyclones celebrate their win over Jacksonville Beach.


Ridgeview freshman Stephanie Yaracs finished just ahead of Chiles High senior Erin
Obernier..


STAFF PHOTO BY BOB HENDERSON
This Cyclones running back drags a defender for extra yardage.


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Lady Spartans fall to Oak Hall at Regional Finals


By Horace Davis, Staff
idavis@jcpgroup.com

GAINESVILLE The Lady Spartans of
St Johns and coach Traci Livingston's
hopes to make it to Lakeland and the
final four of the volleyball championship
ended on Thursday, November 3 at Oak
Hall in Gainesville, losing in three games
25-15,25-19 and 25-12.
St Johns had hoped the fourth time
would be the charm as they had faced the
Lady Eagles of Oak Hall three times this
year and lost.
"We knew it would be tough, they have
several key hitters but we tried our best to
offset that with Rachel orJennifer Brown
up front but they were too much tonight",
said Livingston. "We lost to the better
team tonight, but we'll be back. We'll lose
four seniors this year (one that starts) so
our future looks promising, however, I
am saddened that those seniors did not-
get a chance to play in Lakeland", she
added.
Initially, it looked as though St Johns
had Oak Hall's number, in game one trail-
ing 14-8,Jennifer Brown drilled an ace
and kill, followed by 2 kills and a dump by
Le'Anna Ray that cut the lead to 14-12 and
forced Eagles coach Cari Martin to call
timeout.
Oak Hall responded after the timeout
by scoring nine of the next ten points to
take a 21-13 lead, they were led by sopho-


OAK HALL SCHO
. -" -- .


Lady Spartans outside hitter Jennifer
Brown goes up for one of her 11 kills.
more outside hitter Katie Robinson and
Ronnie Fleming.
St Johns tried to make a late run but
two service errors stalled any hopes for a
comeback and they dropped the open-
ing game.
"We wanted to be aggressive in our
serving so I cannot fall the girl's on that.
We did not want to give them anything
easy because they have a strong attack


Johns and Le'Anna Ray could not dig themselves out of


game, so we took chances on our serves
and sometimes that is the end result", said
Livingston.
The Lady Spartans again hung
tough in the second game, not wanting
to go down 2-0 they battled to take a 10-
9 lead on Jennifer Brown's kill and an
ace by Emily Garcia. However, a net vi-
olation call by the official negated a
point that would have given St Johns a
13-11, but the momentum swung with


the call.
With the score tied at 17 Oak Hall went
on a four-point run and senior Jessica
Whitney scored six straight service
points to boost the lead and Oak Hall
never looked back.
The Lady Spartans season ended one
game short of Lakeland and juniorJen-
nifer Brown led them with 11 kills, 6 serv-
ice points and one ace. Emily Garcia
added 16 assists.


Lady Eagles down Lady Raiders 3-0 in opener,


Lady Broncos drop season opener 2-1


By TL Cochran, Correspondent

ORANGE PARK The Fleming Island
Lady Eagles kicked off their soccer sea-
son with a 3-0 win over county rival Or-.
ange Park on Thursday, November 3.
Eagles coach Darrel Ivey, who is hop-
ing for a deeper run in the playoffs said,
"Our lostei is not yet set, we've got so me
girls coming from the cross country team
that look real good. So to get off to a good
stariis ver\ promising".
Veri promise ng f)or Ivey and the Ea-
gles as freshman Katl in Baile) scored


CORRESPONDENT PHOTO BY TL C
Fleming Island's Kameron Stillwell battles (
Park's Kendall Lowery for possession.


three-goals for the 'hat trick' in her very
first varsity game.
It didn't take long for Fleming Island
and Bailey to get started, seventy-seconds
into the match the freshman forward
took a pass from Jane Buzzell and scored
on a high.shot from thirty-yards out to
take the 1-0 lead.
The host Raiders was controlled ciadyry
in the match by an aggressive Eagle of-
fense and backed up by an experienced
defense that held them to their end of the
field for the first twenty minutes of the
match. ThenBaile) and Buzzell teamed
up for another i core to give
Fleming Island the 2-0 lead at the
half.
Bailey then finished off the
scoring for the night when she
*stunned the Orange Park team
and crowd early in the final pe-
riod; After Eagle fresh man
Kameron Still well %hot a routine
ball on goal that slipped through
the knees of Raider keeper
Alessandro Araujo. An alert Bai-
ley rushed toward the goal and
popped the ball into the back of
the net for her third goal.
After building the 3-0 lead
Fleming Island kept the Raider s
off balance the rest of the game.
With Bailey's offensive-output,:
and the defense led by senior
Morgan Holesko. junior
Stephanie Patrylo and a corn-
) .bined effort in goal by juniors
Sara Federschniidt and Caitlin
ocHRAN Rauckhorst the) kept Orange
Orange Park off the scoreboard in the
shutout opener. .


By Tonya Davie, Correspondent

HASTINGS The Middleburg Lady
Broncos opened their season at Pedro
Menendez on Thursday, November 3
and lost 2-1 in a hard fought battle.
Middleburg fell behind 2-0 by half-
time although, keeper Kayla Lundy
made good ,aves to keep the game close.
T he Lad\ Broncos used a second half


spurt and almost tied the game after
Jenny Loomis scored a goal on an assist
from Kelli Brougham to cut the lead to 2-
1. However, Middleburg could not get the
game-tying goal although they had eight
shot attempts.
Middleburg will look for their first
win.of the season when the\ pla Orange
Park on Wednesday and Santa Fe at
home tonight.


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CORRESPONDENT PHOTO BY TONYA DAVIE
Middleburg's Jenny Loomis drives toward the net for the lone Bronco score.


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2005-06 boys' soccer preview


'NINE-YEAR OLD BAGS A TEN-POINT"


By Horace Davis, Staff
hdavis@jcpgroup.com

ORANGE PARK The boy's soccer sea-
son officially begins this week and we
wanted to give you a quick glimpse of
each team and their outlook for the up-
coming season.

Fleming Island Golden Eagles.-
Coach Frank Pontore
The Golden Eagles lost 13 seniors
from last year's team that included 9
starters, most notably .Greg Eckhardt
who is playing with the National team. In
addition to Eckhardt, keeper Paul Smith,
Jacob Thomas, Aaron Locke, Nick Curtis
and John Haizlip graduated also.
However, Fleming Island returns
sweeperJosh Andone and center-mid-
fielder Ryan Locke who will provide'
much needed experience along with sen-
iors KevinJensen, Michael Lozano and
Drew Hamel. Matt Urbano will take over
at the keeper position for Paul Smith..
Pontore believes his team will be fine,
"We will competitive, yes we lost a lot of
guys from ltst year but we will road and
not rebuild. Our goal is to build an upper
echelon program and reloading rather
than ebuildingisrequired".
With the new district clasification
Fikmni, Island willnow play a 5Asched-
ule rather than 4A and their lack of size
and experience may be a concern, howev-.
er they have added more depth to the
team this year. ...

ClayBlue Devils -Coach Steve Connors
Clay's soccer program has gone
through tranisition-s over the last few
years. coach Connors is the fourth coach
in-four years and he is going to try to add
some stability to the-group..
"We willneed to 1ave good team unity
this year for it to be successful, I feel we
can be competitive in our district and
look to get better as the year.progresses".
The Blue Devils are returning attack-
ing forward Daniel Rooney, speedster
Freddie Cruz, Eric Buchanan and Watson
Cime. Connors will look to [iha-t ig roup to.
lead the team.
Coach Connors was also encouraged
by the turnout during tryouts and be-
lieves he has added depth to the [eam..
"We ha\ e onh to sophoimores to go ,ith
alljuniors and seniors but our depth will
bebetter", liesaid. ..

Ridgeview Panthers -Coach Frarnk
Cacia
Although the Pa n others losttheir keep-
.er from last ear.ihev return thee top


goal scorers including, Ryan Guess, Nick
Fogarty, Shane Hagen and seniors Ben
Wilkening andJason Link.
"We should have good offense and our
team chemistry is great", said Cacia.
"However we lost our keeper from last
year and will start a sophomore but we
will be very competitive". Team depth
will be the key for the Panthers.

Keystone Heights Indians Coach
Trevor Waters
First year coach TrevorWaters will take
over a team that lost to Bolles in the Re-
gional last year. The Indians lost leaders in
Chad Hapner, Derek Tornwall and Kenny
Turner but Waters believes his team can
make a deep run again this year.
V.'e will have a young team comprised
of only three seniors but I believe we can
win the district although Pierson-Taylor
will be tough".
The Indians return keeper Michael
McLeod who will also see action in the
field,-sweeper Brad Gober, Brandon Wa-
ter'. Haden Rodel, Austin Bennett and
Dustin H\ re.
Keystone added more depth but lack
expert incc, "A good start to the season
will be key for us, although some players
lack high school experience they have.
played plenty\ of club ball".he added.

Nliddleburg Broncos Coac h Adami
:Goodwin-.
M-iddlebuirg ma\ be the most experi-
enced [ea'inl the cunt;i tihe\ return
eleven eniolrs including .Ieeper Michael
Gibbs. forward Zecherialh Toniiend and
midfielders Michael MN:Donald and
Michael Bioss. -
The Bionco finished :ln distri t i ri-
ner up to Flenming Island last year and
Goodwin feels this must the year wi i i s
senior laden te[am.
"We are looking forward to a very .g'oo)d
year, we added depth with two broithei
w'1 io transfinl red fiomnViirgirnia in Hectior
and NIMai in E-.sihLiIl and 1higi. 1 L)up hals
been together for a few years, we are a \ e -
eran team and expect to make snie


Orange Park Raiders Coach Paul
Toimaro
The Raid iers lost itwel\e senior fi onim
last \ea including,. All-State player
G-arr Leis(StJohns Uniersit[ i. cap-
lain Sean Noonan.Josenair C.Lastante
and hosi of othiers.. This ;ear ma\ be a
rebuilding Near for the Raiders but
coach Tomaro \will look toCesar Gomnez,
Jota Mulnoz and Andirew Ca nno-in to lead
his long group.


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Miami, St Johns Country Day School will
be hosting the boy's fall soccer final four,
beginning tomorrow night and ending
on Saturday.
The Spartans of St Johns will play
Montverde in semifinals beginning at 7
p.m. on Friday and with a victory they
will host the winner of t lie Ti in it Chris-
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Quigley House first place winners at the Charity Golf Tournament are from
left, Rick Justino, Don Mueller, Gene Wood and Jack Justino. (Children are
Don and Joe Justino).


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COUNTY SOFTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP


PHOTO SPECIAL TO CLAY TODAY
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sarae Jolley, Kami Reinecke. Second row (1-r) Victoria McDaniel, Brittany Debo-
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Section B-8


November 10, 2005






Section B-9


Novemer_1,-20--LA OUNYRAL


Magnolia Point getting clubhouse update


Clay Today staff

GREEN COVE SPRINGS Magnolia Point
Golf and Country Club is making changes
it feels will greatly enhance the property,
managing partner Joe Wyzkoski Jr. said.
Planned to begin in the next six
months are renovations totaling more
than $50,000, including an enlarged
pro shop, upgraded men's and
women's locker rooms, improved din-
ing facilities downstairs and additional
meeting space.
"We're looking at finishing by the
spring or summer at the latest," said
Wyzkoski, who bought the property just
over a year ago.
Parts of the renovations are already
obvious to anyone playing golf at the
27-hole facility. The old pro shop was
closed and moved into temporary facil-
ities between the putting green and No.
1 tee.
Also effective Nov-. 1 was a new golf
membership structure that Wyzkoski said
is one of the most.unique in the area. A
junior executive membership will cost
$2,000 and can be paid over 24 months at
no interest. Family dues will be $200
while individual dues are $175. Cart fees
will be $10 per round.
Also, food minimums will be the

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Joe Wyzkoski Jr., managing partner of Magnolia Point Golf and Country Club, stands next to clubhouse restaurant worker Carla Sparks in the upstairs dining area.


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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
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WATERMILL Like New, One year old
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HORSE LOVERS! Just listed, 3 acres, 3/2
DWMH like new. Fenced pastures ready
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ORANGE PARK SOUTH 3/2 with
bonus room. All brick home with over
2100 sqft. New windows, fresh paint, up-
dates throughout. $189,900 Call today,
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20 ACRE FARM ONLY $295K 3/2 with
1790 sqft. 5 stall barn, pond, all fenced
Great 3rd floor condo. Close to UNF,
Southpoint, shopping and Beaches! Vault-
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pool, clubhouse and more. $128,900.

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home in Argyle Forest! This 3/2 has ce-
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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 BANKER WAL-
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251028 Great investment home, this
home features laminate wood flooring,
indoor laundry, oak cabinets. 2 bed-
rooms converted into one large master,
handicap accessible shower and covered
patio. Roof only 4 years old. Call Karen
Wentz@278-3325 $75,000 COLD-
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250244 STEP INSIDE and be surprised.
This home has it all, extra large rooms,


vaulted ceilings, beautiful stone fire-
place, eat-in kitchen, screened porch,
alarm system and the appliances stay.
Call Michele Adams@278-3331
$141,000 COLDWELL BANKER WAL-
TER WILLIAMS

249973 BEAUTIFUL ALL BRICK on al-
most V2 acre on Fleming Island. Large
backyard big enough for a pool, or just
for entertaining. A one owner, lovingly
maintained home. Call Patricia Sher-
man@278-3332 $219,847 COLD-
WELL BANKER WALTER WILLIAMS

248064 CONCRETE BLOCK HOME
w/stucco, tile entry, living/dining combo
w/plant shelves, eat-in kitchen w/breakfast
bar, family room w/sliders to patio, fenced
yard, garden master bath, walk-in shower
& huge walk-in closets. Call Karen
Wentz@278-3325 $173,000 COLD-
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252232 ALL BRICK POOL HOME in
the heart of Orange Park! This immac-
ulate home features a separate living &
dining room, family room with fireplace,
and a garden master bath. The breakfast
nook overlooks the sparkling pool on a
private 1/3 acre lot. Call Karen
Wentz@278-3325 $242,000 COLD-
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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
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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


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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-
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259236 WELL MAINTAINED HOME,
immaculately kept yard! This 3/2 home
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windows. Call Darlene Rapoza@278-
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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
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249973 BEAUTIFUL ALL BRICK on al-
most '/2 acre on Fleming Island. Large
backyard big enough for a pool. or just
for entertaining. A one owner, lovingly
maintained home Call Patricia Sher-
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252390 GREAT HOME ON large lot!
This 4 bedroom 2 bath home is well
maintained, engery efficient, 1399 sq.
ft., split bedrooms and all appliances
stay. Call Coldwell Banker Walter
Williams@269-9707 $140.000

256513 FORMER BUILDER'S model
w/great curb appeal, 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-
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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
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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-
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259597 GREAT STARTER HOME! Fea-
tures 3 bedrooms 2 baths, split plan,
fireplace, tray and vaulted ceilings, glass
top stove and built in microwave,
fenced yard and detached shed. Call
Karen Wentz@278-3325 $127.900
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a preserve lot. Dramatic 2 story foyer,
large eat in kitchen w/work island,
12x 18 florida room, wood deck, large
master, formal -iving and dining,
$235,000. Call The AK Team for more
information. 237-7503 or 237-8421.

PRETTY CORNER 1.18 acre Lot! Well
maintained 4/2, 1800+. sf mobile home.
Huge great room, -formal dining, fully
equipt eat-in kitchen, large utility room_
w/ washer & dryer, shed w/ power. Re-
duced to $115,500. Call Today! The AK
Team for more information. 237-7503-
or 237-842:

RIVERSIDE. @ Julington Creek Town-
home. Nearly new; end unit w/lagoon
view. Upgrades throughout.. Appli-
ances 'included.- $182,000 The AK
Team for more information. 237-7503
or 237-8421 --

COUNTRY LIVINGAT IT'S BEST: This,
3/2 located on an acre of land is a 2000
doublewide that has been gone though
completely.-New carpet, fresh paint and -
blinds. $69,900 MLS#260718 ColdwellF
Banker, Tatum Wittiams& Associates-
291-2243

BEAUTIFUL HOME to be completed in.
November. Large oversized tot zoned
for horses. Cathedral & trey ceilings, Ar-
chitectural shingles, 2 car over-sized
garage &. much more. $209,900
MLS#266884 Coldwell Banker, Tatuim
Williams& Associates 291-2243

UNDER CONSTRUCTION! 3BR/2BA
home with open floor plan. Located on cut
de sac lot. Still time to chooseyour colors.
$239,800 MLS#263854 Coldwell Banker,
Tatum Williams& Associates 291-2243

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ALL BRICK IMMACULATEk 4/3! Cutdesac.
Conservation lot, Neutral decor, Large.
kitchen.open to family room. Formal liv-
ing dird dining, Deluixe master$262,500.
Call-TheAK Team for more information.


237-7503 or 237-8421.

EAGLE HARBOR LAGOON VIEW!
Wonderful 3 way split floorplan, this
4/3 offers Formal living rm w/french
doors, formal dining,. Large family rm
with FP 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
poof w/-ight 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. Calf The AK
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253815 THIS 4/2 HOME features a
courtyard entry, formal. living & dining,
kitchen overlooks family room with gas
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Homes from -" :
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SETUP LOUT
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 lot, set up 5.10 acres with well, septic tank and
power pole. Bring the horses arid the kids.
MLS# 263886 $125,000. .
NEEDS A LITTLE TLC
This 3/2 with covered front porch and back deck is very cute on
one acre. Fenced rear yard. The home looks bigger than what it is,
total of 1,680 sq. ft. has new vinyl in kitchen and dining room.
Brick wood burning fireplace-breakfast bar, laundry room. New
dishwasher, hot water heater and A/C and heat unit. This is a great
buy and I know this one won't last long. MLS# 261968 $69,900
IN A COMMERCIAL AREA ON CR. 220
3/2 mobile home. 2002 model split plan-tile fireplace with man-
tle, family room, living room, dining room combo. Kitchen has
center work island, washer and dryer will stay with the home.
Breakfast bar, garden tub with sep. shower in master bath, walk-
in closets. There is a steel building in rear-trade fixture inside will
not convey. This is a perfect location for a small business. MLS#
261981 $160,000.


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.
IWaterfront 4.40 Acres REDUCED $61,000 i
Waterfront 3.34 Acres REDUCED $51,000
Paved Road 2.1OAcres RDUCED $47,000


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(904)838-3977

15 ACRES HIGH & DRY property,
1700 sqft home with hot tub, above
ground, pool and 2-500 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
- t904)838-3977

EAGLE HARBOR 5BR/4BA w/exterid-
ed screened lania overlooking a
sparkling lagoon, Upgrades galore
hictuding bonus room, 42"' maple
cabinets,. smooth" top- range, built-in
micro:and recessed fighting in kitchen.,
central vac and luxury master suite.
Call Call Kat Wetmorez (904) 705-
6023 or Judy Fieldst 904) 534-5839
w/Pru dental Network Realty.
$359,900. : -

WATERFRONT ON D RS. 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.

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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.






Section B-12 CLAY COUNTY REAL ESTATE November 10, 2005


MAGNOLIA i0ompae; B-9
same as other golf members at $150
per quarter.
W\zkoski also stressed that Magno-
lia Point residents do not need discount
cards to play the course at the rate of
$35 per round, seven da\s a week.
Afternoon rates starting at 12-38
p.m. are also $35 a round, seven days
a week Seniors, military, law enforce-
ment and firefighters pav $30
The course also has a corporate
membership available. At the mini-
mum number of three participants, a
corporation would pay a $4.000 initia-
tion fee compared to $6,000 for a reg-
ular initiation. Monthly dues are $235
per corporate family member, with
members receiving full golf, tennis and
pool privileges for themselves and
family members.
Current regular monthly dues are
$270 per family, lie said.


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Van Royal, left, and Dr. Thomas Schad get warmed up on the driving range before playing a round. Schad is the former
Magnolia Point Golf and Country Club owner and Royal was his operations manager for 18 years.


In addition, Wyzkoski is stressing
the club's annual merchandise plan,
which sells all pro shop merchandise to
participants at cost plus 15 percent. To
join, residents must pay a $100 fee by
Dec. 1, he said.
Two new programs will start in Jan-
uary, he said. One will offer members
a 10 percent discount on all carryout,
snack bar and pro shop items and in
the new dining area of the renovated
pro shop.
Members who pay the full annual
membership amount by Jan. 15, 2006,
will receive a 4 percent savings and get
four golf guest fee passes, he said.
Wyzkoski encourages residents to
email their comments to him at
ioe@magnoliapointgolfclub.com.
Since taking over ownership;
Wyzkoski said he's sent out more
than 220 email newsletters informing
members about changes and various
programs.


Realty office offers free pet photos


Kids fest Nov. 19 in Middleburg


Special to Clay Today
ORANGE PARK Realtor Joyce E.
Smith of Watson Realty's office at 155
Blanding Boulevard is offering free pet
photos with Santa on Saturday, Nov. 19,
from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Spencer for Hire Photography will pro-


vide photography and donations will be ac-
cepted to benefit the Safe Animal Shelter
on County Road 220 and Knightboxx Road.
Smith is a long-time supporter of the
Shelter, and this will be the fourth year
she has sponsored this event.
For further information; please call
(904) 458-1264.


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event is Party Pantry of Middleburg.
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and balloons.
In addition, the local fire department
will be present as well as the entertaining
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800-654-1816 Financial Security
Specialists cpf


$$$$ NEED CASH?!?! LAW-
SUIT PENDING??? Cash Ad-
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NEED HELP BUYING A HOME
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our guaranteed loar program.
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CarePlus Financial 800-467-
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Stated Income 590 credit. Quick
Refinancing A-F Credit. Prior
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www.aamortgage.us
MBB#0506339 1-866-758-5949
cpf
***$500-$50,000++ FREE
CASH GRANTS! 2005!
***Never Repay! Personal/Med-
ical Bills, School,
Business/Home. Almost Every-
one Qualifies! First Come First
Serve! Live Operators! 1-800-
681-5732, Extension 07 cpf
Financial
Mortgages VJ
ATTENTION SENIOR CITI- '
ZENS! Homeowner? Call about
Reverse Mortgage w/no monthly
payments. Continue to own
home No credit / income qualifi-
cations Federally approved &
insured. Dave Dowling, Senior
Reverse Mortgage Specialist.
800-853-2106, x304. cpf

** ZERO DOWN ** Good/Bad
Credit *Approve Almost Any-
one. No-I Low Fico Scores
Okay. Home Mortgage of
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100% HOME FINANCING! Re-
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considered Purchase / Refi-
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Apply on-line at WestshoreMort-
gage.com, 813-854-2300, ext. 12
cpf

Don't Hesitate Call
Today to Advertise in
the Employment
Spotlight.

269-2999

Tele- 5 V I
communications V |
HOME PHONE DISCONNECT-
ED? Get Reconnected Fast! Or
Call Before Disconnection. From
$29.99/mo. No Deposit, No
Credit Check, Guaranteed Ap-
proval. 1-866-447-2489, Ameri-
can DialTone, Connecting
Customers Since 1999! Se
Habla Espanol cpf

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

EXPRESS LONG DISTANCE -
Moving to New York, New Eng-
land, & all states between. Cus-
tomer rated A:+. Free estimates
& friendly service. Credit cards
Accepted. Relocation Special- _
ists. (Lic. #MC299938) 1-800-
941-3767 cpf
Cleaning


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

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

Honest Christian &
Dependable House Cleaning
Any Occasion. Weekly /
Bi-Weekly. Free Est. Ref Avail
904864-7774/904-406-5646
House Cleaning, Honest &
Dependable. Reasonable
Rates. Weekly or Bi-Weekly
904-259-7369/904-477-1096

Child/Elderly 7
Care

Daycare in Home, Oakleaf
Plantation. Clean, Safe, Fun &
Experienced! M-F 7a-6p, F/P
Limited Openings
904-291-0819-


ChidldEl y ...... Business \ Business
Care V I Opportunities Opportunities

Working or Need a Break? FEDERAL POSTAL JOBS! Earn $2000 WEEKLY! Mailing 400
24hr Child Care Avail. In My $12-$48 per hour / No Experi- brochures! Free supplies &
Home! Playrooms, Game Sys, ence Full Benefits / Paid Train-. postage! Start immediately. 1-
Crafts & More! Overnight, ing 1-866-297-7126 ext. 24 800-926-9954. Call now for free
Evenings & Weekends Also! Now Hiring!! cpf information! cpf
Debbie 276-3125


General


AIRLINE MECHANIC Rapid
training for high paying Aviation
Career. FAA predicts severe.
shortage. Financial aid if qualify
- Job placement assistance. Call
AIM 888-349-5387 cpf


Opportunities j
ALL CASH CANDY ROUTE Do
You Earn $800 in a Day? 30
Machines and Free Candy All
for $9,995. Call 1-800-814-6077
AIN#BO2000033 Call Us: We
Will Not Be Undersold! cpf

$920 Weekly Salary!! Mailing
Promotional letters from home.
Genuine Opportunity. Free info!
CallNow! 1-800-930-3217 24
*hrs. cpf

ASSEMBLE MAGNETS &
CRAFTS FROM HOME! Year-
round Work! Excellent Pay!
No Experience! Top US Com-
pany!- Glue Gun, Painting,
Jewelry & More! Toll Free 1 -
866-844-5091 Code 4 cpf

ATTN: SHOPPERS needed to
work at retail stores. No experi-
ence required, training provided.
Up To $15/Hour. Immediate
openings. Full & part-time. 1 -
800-601-5705 cpf

Cash Daily!!! Work From Any-
where Set Your Own Hours We
Can Help. Just Call 1-800-603-
0207 Ext. 8171 cpf

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

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

DRIVERS LCT WANTS YOU!..
OTR drivers, solos or teams. 3
months experience & CDL-A/.
HAZ required. Full benefits
package. 2003-2005 Equipment.
Call 1-800-362-0159 LCTrans-
portation.com cpf


MOVIE EXTRAS, ACTORS &
MODELS! Make $75-$250/day.
All ages and faces wanted! No
exp. Required. -FT/PT! 1-800-
851-6131 cpf

Now Hiring for 2005 Postal Posi-
tions $18.50-$59.00+/hr. Full
Benefits/Paid Training and Vaca-
tions No Experience Necessary
1-800-584-1775 Public An-
nouncement Reference #9601
cpf

SEARS HOME IMPROVEMENT
has positions available promoling
our products inside Sears stores.
Seniors welcome. Earn up to
$13/hour base/bonus. Call 1-
800-379-8310 EOE/DFWP cpf

UP TO $4,000 WEEKLY!! Excit-
ing Weekly Paycheck! Written
Guarantee! 11 Year Nationwide
Company Now Hiring! Easy
Work, Sending Out Our Simple
One Page BrochureF Free
Postage, Supplies! Awesome
Bonuses!! Free Information, Call
Now!! 1-800-242-0363 Ext. 3400
cpf

****$500-$500,000++ FREE
CASH GRANTS 2005! ***Never
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Bills, School, New Home / Busi-
ness. Almost everyone quali-
fies! Avoid deadlines! Live
Operators 1-800-270-1213, Ext.
09 cpf

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

$1325 Weekly Possible!! Earn
Cash Daily!' Stay Home! Mailing
our brochures. Real Opportunity.
Free info! Call now! 1-800-681-
6202 24hrs cpf

$1,380 WEEKLY -Stuffing En-
velopes No Exp. Necessary!
$50 Cash Hiring Bonus!! Guar-
anteed in Writing!!! Call 1-877-
894-4716 cpf

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

$1750 WEEKLY INCOME!! Na-
tionwide Company Now Hiring
Envelope Stuffers! Easy Work
From Home! Exciting Bonuses!
Written Guarantee! Free Infor-
mation! Call Now! 1-800-242-
0363 x4216 -cpf- -


SIN INVERSION! Comienza Tu
Propio Negocio. Gana 48% y
Mas. Pide Catalogo Gratis. 1-
877-426-2627 www.Colchasln-
tima.com cpf
Pets For Sale


FOUND-5 Kittens & Mother
Free-Looking for a
Good Home!
Please Call 904-641-1256
Free to a Good Home
Rescued Dogs to Forever
Homes, Pures & Mixed
Breeds, Medium / Large,
Stipulations Apply.
386-326-0311

Free to Good Home, 10
Month Old, Black & White,
Needs Chest Surgery, Good
Dog, House Trained 333-6405

Lab Mix, Approx 1 Year Old,
Black & White Face, White
Chest &'Paws, House Trained
w/ a Few Tricks, Good Guard
Dog, Approx 45 Lbs.
272-6428






Appliances


Fridge, Stove, Dishwasher,
Washer & Dryer & Water
Heater All $25-$150 Each
Delivery Avail. 904-695-1412
Gas Stove (Amana) Good
Condition, Big Self Cleaning
Oven, Needs Door Glass
$95 CASH 282-8851

Sporting Goods J


Sparton Sports Elliptical
Machine, 8 Mo. Old, Less
than 10 Miles Use, Tension
Control, Time, Speed, Calorie
Distant Monitor. Paid $250,
Asking $200 904-994-7984

Household GoodsV


Bed: King Size
Mattress Set, New in Plastic
Must Sell $175
904-484-6177
Bed, Memory Foam w/ Ten
Year Warranty, Listed @
$1200. Will Sacrifice $340
904-398-5200


Black, 3 Piece Plush Living
Room Set $600, Sun Beam
Bread Maker $25,
904-291-2359
Brand Name Queen Setw/
Factory Warranty. New in'
Plastic $129:.Can Deliver
904-391-0015
LIKE NEW! Whirlpool
Washer/Dryer $350, Queen
Sz Oak bdrm set, good cond.,
hide-a-way compartments.
284-2972

Middleburg Factory Direct
Twin Set $89, Queen $169,
Full Set $139, King Set $199-
Call A Mattress 904-282-1200
New Full Size Mattress Set
In Plastic w/ Full Factory
Warranty $109. Can Deliver
904-391-0015
Queen Size
Mattress Set
Still in Original Plastic
Must Sell 904-484-6177

Miscellaneous


An Estate Bedding Sale
Twin $39, Full $59, Queen
$89, King $99. Middleburg
Call A Mattress 904-282-1200
Firewood, Large Stack, Cut
For Fire Place, Nice & Dry.
Stack is Q2x60 All or Part,
Make Offer! 269-4151
Mattress Sets
Brand New in Plastic,
Queen $125, King $150
Memory Foam $340 484-6177
Sparton Sports Elliptical .
Machine, 8 Mo. Old, Less
than 10 Miles Use, Tension
Control, Time, Speed, Calorie
Distant Monitor. Paid $250,
Asking $200 904-994-7984

A+ POOL HEATERS FACTO-
RY DIRECT: Solar, Heat Pump
or Gas. Complete do-it-yourself
pool heater kits. Phone quotes,
installation available in most
areas. 1-800-796-0951
www.TheEnergySuperMarket.co
m Lic #CWC029795, Insured.
Dealer inquiries welcome. cpf

Garages, Barns, Carports. Car-.
ports starting $595 (12'x21')
Galvanized steel. 2 Styles, 13
Colors to choose from. Free in-
stallation. Call for free quote on
any size. Florida Certified
10year warranty available. 386-
736-0398 jcscarport-
sandgarages.com cpf

GIGANTIC MIRRORS Whole-
sale jobsite leftovers.
48"x100"x1/4" (15), $125/each.
72"x100"x1/4" (11), $185/each.
84"x60"x1/4" w/1" bevel,
$125/each. 72"x50"x1/4" w/1"
bevel, $110/each. Free delivery.
(Anywhere) Install available.
800-473-0619 cpf


CLAY TODAY CLASSIFIEDS 904-269-2999 0 FA)C# 004-215-2456


Section B-14







November 10, 2005 CLAY TODAY CLASSIFIEDS 904-269-2999 FAXr 904-215-2456 Section B-iS


EMP LO'YMEt POTldhTITI


Top Pay For Local Help!
WORK LOCALLY IN CLAY CO.!

CARPTTERS

7) CARPENTERS
HELPERS
D.S. Riley Construction
591-3165
591-3165CES-0019-2604

Sales Associates and
Tour Train Drivers


Now Hiring
Part-Time Day and
Evening Team Members

Like the outdoors?
You'll love being a
Conductor for
The Red Trains! Sales
Associates with Smiles-
are always welcome!
Apply at
170 San Marco Ave.
or fax your resume to
904-829-1790
DFWP


Southern Trim, Inc
WANTED:
Experienced Interior
Trim Carpenters
Top pay, paid holidays,
:vacation, gas allowance.:
Must have own tools
and transportation.
: Call Dale: :
904-545-4014 |

ADMIN-FULL-TIME
M-F, 8:30-5:00,,
Mandarin. Strong multi-
,tasking skills inc. Word
processing, phone &
knowledge of Jax area.
Real Estate and/or
Military knowledge
helpful. Fax Ipg resume.
904-645-7808 by
.11/28/05




Company &
Owner Operators
TOP EARNINGS!!
CDL-A w/Hazmat
800-362-0159
www.LCTransportation.com
CES-0003-4505


Convergys Corporation delivers outsourced business solutions t.-
the world's leading companies. We're a member of tre S&P 500
and a Fortune Most Admired Company. Join the global leader in
customer care, human resources and billing services today! -
* Days, evenings, weekends & holidays available
* Strong keyboard skills (Microsoft office applications)
* Excellent customer service, interpersonal relations &
communication skills
. Attention to detail & multi-tasking
I* Healthcare/Insurance and Credit Card experience a plus!
Call our recruiters at:
1-888-484-4473, ext: C2TJAB7
Or apply online at: .
www.convergys.greatjob.net
Media Code: C2T Job Code: JAB7 ..
CONVERGYS
c go Outlhinking Outdbing
Background screen, credit check, employee verification '
& drug screening required. Convergys is an EOE M/F/D/V.-
S- C6S-GO05-4505


PUBLICATION
DELIVERY DRIVERS
Must have minivan or
covered pickup truck
& cell phone. Monday
& Friday Delivery.
Good Pay
Call Julie 737-7327
P'ES-0015-4005





Carpet Cleaning Technician
Needed!-Good Driving Record
a Must!! Carpet Repair
Experience a Plus.
Guaranteed Weekly Minimum
Salary! Call 272-2182
CES-0002-4505








salo Shop @ Johns Creeks
904-406-4026
S................... ....... .. .


Local outpatient sub-
stance abuse treatment
provider is currently
hiring. PT position with
flexible hours. Fax CV
to Nina Simpson at:
904-346-0837 I








9&d uowur dJVm job!

Look every week for new
employment ads!


Teachers / Child Care Openings
Episcopal Children's Sermices, a private NJon-Profit Child Care and Social
ServicesqAgency is seeking professionals to work in one of our multiple locations:
'Teachers Positions located in Macclenny, Middleburg, JeKystoneJlIeights, and
StarkeJ-ead Start programs. Previous childcare experience and CTJ[f or,[I degree
preferred.
We offer an excellent compensations and benefits package, including:
Competitive starting salaries commen- retirement Plan 403(b).
surate with experience and credentials. Paid Tuition for Continuing education.
*J-Ialth. ental and ife Insurance. Paid Time Ojf

fll Interested applications should apply to -CS 100 &ell Tel Way Suite 100
Jacksonville, i-'8,32216. Resumes ma.y be faxed to (904) 726-1520 or mailed to
sdayton@ecs4kids.org. SCS is an FO'. 'Drug $ree Employer. CES0008505


Available Now FT & PT
CONSTRUCTION WORKERS
Needed for Small Construction
Jobs. Work May inc. chimney
repair'rerhoval. Must be
dependable with own
transportation. Valid drivers
license & drug screening
.required. Benefits available.
starting pay $10/hour
904-282-2409



Jobs Available

Granger Lumber

Job Line

CES-0006-3305


Maintenance Tech
Needed
100 Joey Cir W in G.C.S.
Partor Full Time. Must-
Have Own Tools
& Transportation.
Weekends & Holidays_
if Needed While on Call.
Apply in Person
Mon-Fri 9am-1 pm

i Director -36BO eA
Icong-term care management
experience necessary.
P'enneny Retirement
Community
Contact tJnisDyke o
904-284-8582
Drug Free Wore (face & EOE
-. -.- -





: i Gen i l i. I lrji 'pui n n
Multiple Positions. Must Have'
Current CDL or Class'D License.
No Moving Violations within
3 years. Applicants Must Pass DOT
Physical/Eye/Exam?Drug Test
Requirements. Please
Apply at Clay County Council on
Aging, Inc. 604 Walnut Street, Green
Cove Springs, FL 32043 EOE/ADA






A few good
Men and
Women...
...who want tomake a
positive difference in our
community. The Clay.
County Salvation
S Army is now taking
applications for seasonal
-bell-ringers. Pay is $6.00
per hour. All interested appli-
cants may call 276-6677. This
is seasonal work going
through December 24, 2005.
CES-MO14405


Cl.s A oTR
tDri ers Neeed
New. Pay. Pack.kae
Wej Gradl'rate o elcot e
ToRiion R2eitborseemerr
No NYC, Great benefi-t
Please Call
8oo-864-34o4

SUB CREWS
FRAMERS PUNCHOUT
WAL BOARD
CARPENTERS 'HELPERS
Needed immediately
for Orange Park and Argyle
area. Call days or e\enings.
904-298-1222 or
904-591-5593

Managers/Stylists
Guaranteed base
$9 & up, paid benefits
+ commission
Orange Park at Kingsley
and Blanding. (FT/PT)
233-3226
SportClips.com i
For Men & Boys

DUTIP TRUCK
DRIVER NEEDED
Class A or B CDL
Required. Must
Have No Points
on License ,
Apply in Person at
5476 Hwy 17 S.,
G.C.S. Or Call:
904-669-1773
904-529-2436



Part time teachers needed for
reading, writing math. algebra,
SAT Prep and study skills
Excellent teaching
environment, no planning
required. Be part of the team
that dramatically improves
student's academic skills.
K -12 Certification required.
Daytime, after school and
Saturday hours available.
Call 269-2000.

SYLVAN
LEARNING CENTER'

HEAVY EQUIPMENT
OPERATOR
TRAINING FOR EMPLOYMENT




Bulldozer, Backhoes, Loaders,
Dump Trucks, Graders,
Scrapers, Excavators
Next Class; Nov. 141
-National Certification
-Financial Assistance
-Job Placement
-Train in Flordia
800-383-7364
Associated Training Services
www.atsn-schpools.com


Section B-15


CLAY TODAY CLASSIFIEDS 904r269,2999 FAXV 904-215-2456


Nove.mber 10, 2005








Section B-16 CLAY TODAY CLASSIFIEDS 904-269-2999 FAX# 904-215-2456 November 10, 2005


36" Wide Ribbed Panels
Various Colors
Custom Cut To Any Length

Delivery Available

Great for:
Homes, Barns & Carports

Keystone Heights 352-473-7417
Toll Free 1-800-881-3001
Your Local Wood Truss and Metal Roof Manufacturer


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


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


Re-Roofs & New Roofs
10% Off All Labor
CALL BRIAN Cell: 904-910-5960 Uc#CCCI 2655SSS/Stae Certified


Tractor & Busi";
Hog Service- v*
i .'.l.d', ,i.wI' T l ll i
F, k :. i ,h I1 .: ,,, 1


291-1763
HOME
838-8203|'
MOBILE 9


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


GARAGE DOOR

PROBLEMS?
BRoKEN SPRI~
,PANEL REPLACEMENT
S0OPENERLS INSTULED
AND REPRED
FREiEs77ttlSAND
SAFETY' NSPE(TONS
24 HouR
EMERGENCY SERVICE
NEW iNSTMlATIONS
Pi ICLIZING IN OUR NEIGHBORHOOD
THE HAPPY
GARAGE
DOOR MAN. INC. -
c ui: 705-1738


Exec-U-Clean
C H it i; Sn li,
Zurc Thi,,

*Bi-I\khjkl

904-718-0024
inued&Bonded


To Advertise On This Page,



Call 904-269-2999


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

MEMORY FOAM "All Visco New.
Orthopedic NASA Mattresses,


Warranty. Cost $1995, sell, $399,
Queen; $499. King. All sizes.
available. Free Delivery! Tempur-
Pedic Authorized Dealer. Guaran-
teed Best Pricel Electric
Adjustables .for Less! 1-866-476-
0289, 813-493-1222,727-733--
9334 www.mattressdr.com cpf

METAL ROOFING: Save $$$
Buy Direct from Manufacturer.
Twenty (20) colors with all ac-
cessories in stock. Quick
Turnaround. Delivery avail-
able. Call Toll Free. 1-888-
393-0335 cpl


$$ WE BUY TIMBER $$
Logs and Pulpwood 1 acre or larger

DIAMOND TIMBER, INC.
"For a Quality Cut"

Call: Kent Williams

904-282-5552 |


Ie ME NAI AD ROGAM


HELP WANTED
Now Hiring for 2005 Postal
Positions
$18.50 $59.00 +/hr.
Full Benefits/Paid Training and
'Vacations No. Experience Necessary
1-800-584-1775 Public Announcement
Reference # 4201
Government Jobs-S12-S48/hr
Paid Training, full benefits. Call for infor-
mation on current ninrng ,r1.1ions in
HomreLand SecurTy WiMide, Clerncal and
professional 1-800-320-9353 x2100


- DELIVERY MAIL POSITIONS!
Earn $12-$48 per hour / No
Experience Full Benefits / Paid
Training Now Hiring! Call Now Toll
Free 1-866-409-2663 ext. 08

HOME
RENTALS
$0 DOWN HOMES! NO RENT!
NO CREDIT OKI GOVERNMENT
FORECLOSED HOMES Low/$0
Down! Call C.R.N. Now!.
1-800-446-0873,ex0001


I


POOL TABLE PRO SERIES 8'
'Excalibur Solidwood '"Harvard"
Collection, All Still Crated, 1"
Slate, Leather Pockets, All Ac-
cessories + Marble Balls, Can
Deliver & Install! Cost $7K, Sac-
rifice $1250, Matching Dining
Top $495, www.excaliburbil-
liards.com Anthony: 954-309-
4479, 8&13-273-8701 cpf

STEEL BUILDINGS 5 Only
25x30, 30x40, 45x80, 50x100
Must Move Now! Will Sell For
Balance Owed. 1-800-32.1-0174
ext 63 cpf

YES MARTHA-There Is A Solu-
tion To the high costs and dan-
gers of operating a gas generators
Portable Basically "Plug and Play"
APSI Power Pal & Power Plant.
One unit for Home Emergencles -
Camping and Fishing Power
Tools & Tailgate Parties! 1-866-
WATTS ON cpf

#1 STEEL BUILDING SOURCE
SINCE 1980! Call for Honesty
and Integrity! All Sizes! 1-888-
425-7755 cpf.





Painting \
Pressure Washing .
WANTED: 20 HOMES To Show
Off Our New Lifetime .Exterior
Paint. Call Now to See if Your
Home Qualifies 1-800-518-
5532, (Lic #CBC010111) cpf


J.& R Overhead
Metal Roof Sale
36" Wide Ribbed Panels
Various Colors
Custom Cut to any Length
Great For
Homes, Barnms & Carports
-. Delivery Available
Keystone Hgls 352-473-7417
800-881-3001
Your LocP Wood Truss& Metal Rool Manufacturer

Let us help you
ADVERTISE
YOUR SERVICES
in the Classifieds!
Call 269-2999...




BOB'S
STUMp GRINDING
AND TREE SERVICE
Tree Removal, Tree Trimming, Etc.
FREE ESTIMATES
Call 904.955.3074
Licensed & Insured.
Indudes Worinan's Compensation.
USNRETIRED
MARSHALL HATCHER
LOGGING
WE BUY PINE,
CYPRESS & HARD WOOD
(904) 282-2034 OR-
(877) 272-0623


Residential/Commercial
FREE ESTIMATES
13 years experience
All Work Guaranteed *
References, Insured
WALLPAPERING
904-282-4943
CLT-005B-205
Miscellaneous


Happy Garage Door Man
Your Garage Door Needs
Broken Springs, Panel
Replacements, Openers
Installed & Repaired,
24 Hour Emergency Service,
New Installations
904-705-1738
BATHTUB REFINISHING ...
Renew / Change Color. Tub,
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SectioA 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 ParkAve #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 12.915.) 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 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 OF THE FOURTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FL3RIDA, CASE NO: 2005-1764-
DR, DIV. D
SARAH J. OLIGER, Petitioner
and
MARCUS LEE OLIGER, Respondent
NOTICE FACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
TO: MARCUS LEE.OLIGER
1597 S. Lane Ave: Apt. 12-G, Jacksonville,
FL 32210-1550.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a notice of 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- Novem-
ber 21, 2005 and i.e ir,-1 or.,,,r,a with-the
clerk of this Court at: Room 105. 925 i Or.
angeAve., Green.Cc..e Srir,.n FL 32;04-?
before service on Pei.ionrr or n.mrne.iaiei
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 -ra. 11- tri:.ce of CurrentAd-
dress, Floida 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-I
mation. Failure to comply can result in
sanctions, ,r,.:Iud3ir.g .hrr,,_m .al or striking of
pleadings.
Dated: October 17, 2005
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Circuit
.Court, by: Wend, G Rc:.dr;igu ;. deputy i..l-rk
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-
2089
MARIAN BUCUR, Petitioner
.and
CARMEN POPA BUCUR, Respondent


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, CASE NO: 2005-DR-
001378 DIV. C
CARL JAMES HOWELL, Husband
-and
BEATRICE JOCZIK, Wife-
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
TO: Carl James Howell
Last Known Address:
Box 22 RR1
Bronaugh, MO 64728
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an ac-
tion, for dissolution 6f marriage has been
filed, and you are required to serve a copy. of
your written defenses, if any, to it on wife's
attorney, whose name and address is Daniel
P. Delves, Attorney at Law, 1406 Kingsley.
Avenue, Suite E, Orange Park, Florida
32073, on or before NOVEMBER 14, 2005,
and file the original with the clerk of this
Co'uri eirir toelre s2 r c,.-,C n r, ,,le 5 r--
rne, .:r ,,rrnmed,aal ir,.ei,' irer oirerwt;e a
dCielultl vI C. enic-re.1 agairn y.:'u 1,r me re-.
lief demanded in the petition.
WITNESS my hand and seal of this Court
oh October 3, 2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk 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.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR
CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA, CASE NO: 05-
CA-950
JOSEPH BARRESi JR. AND PRISCILLA
BARRESI, Plaintiffs
vs.
CURTIS J. FuR AAi -iI -i.'ern3arti. I
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: CURTIS J. FURMAN
Last Known Address -
4854 Dandelion Street
Middleburg; Florida 32068
YOU ARE I ICT FIED that an action to fore-
close a mortgage on the following property
in Clay County, Florida:
LOT 8, BLOCK 9-: JAC,.:.KOiC'l.'ILLE
SOUTH, UNIT TWO, -CCCOR'tIlC-. TO THE
PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 11, PAGES 1-13, INCLUSIVE, OF
THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF CLAY COUN-
TY, FLORIDA.
has been filed against you and you are re-
Quired to serve a copy:, r ,:,,jr .nrie, de-
fenses, if any, to I o:n L fan.. Paul C.-r,rn ire
Plaintiff's attorney, -whose address is Cohen
& Thurston, P.A., 1723 Blanding Boulevard,-
Suite 102, Jacksonville, Florida 32210, with-.
in thirty (30) days from the first date of pub-
lication on or before DECEMBER 5, 2005 of
this notice, and file the original with the Clerk
of this Court either before service on the
Plainr,,rn' anorrne.,' r T.medialcel' nmerei her.
olr.r'.i ee.e a celaull v.t11 Di erlereJd again .


NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
TO: CARMEN POPA BUCUR
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 BUCUR
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-
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-
mationi. Failure to comply can result in
sanctions, including dismissal or striking 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, and November 10 and 17, and
December 1, 2005 in Clay County's Clay
Today newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND
FOR CLAY COUNTY, CASE NO: 10-2005-
,CA-986
IDEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST
COMPANY, AS TRUSTEE, OF-
AMERIQUEST 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, el al Del,-r.iar,
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: PETER INTRIERI
Last Known Address: 1,001 HIBERNIA FOR-
EST DRIVE, GREEN COVE SPRINGS, FL.
32043
If alive, and if dead, all parties claiming in-
terest by, through, under or against PETER
INTRIERI and all parties having or claiming
to have any right, title or interest in the prop-
erty described herein,
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for
Foreclosure of Mortgage on the following de-
scribed property:
THE LAND REFERRED TO IN THIS EX-
HIBIT IS LOCATED IN 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 and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your written de-
fenses, if any, to it on Lisa M. Rogers,
Attorney for Plaintiff, whose address is 951
N.E. 167th Street, Suite 204, North Miami
Beach, FL. 33162 within 30 days after the
first publication of this notice and file the orig-
inal with the Clerk of this Court either before
service on Plaintiff's attorney or immediate-
ly thereafter; otherwise a default will be en-
tered against you for the relief demanded in
the complaint. -
WITNESS my hand and the seal of this
Court this 25th day of October, 2005.
.SEAL) JAMES. B. JETT, Clerk of the Court,
by: A. Garrison, deputy-cldrk.
A copy of this Notice of Action, Complaint.
and Lis Pendens were sent to the defendant
and address named above.
In accordance war. ir.e Americans with Dis-
abilities Act, eror,.-n reenrang a reasonable
accommodaor .:'. parii.cpae ,r, trris pro.
ceeding should, no later than seven1(7) days
prior, contact the Cilrk oi Ihe Couri S di3s-
abili,. coordinaior ai (904 284-4.6349 '825 N.
Orange A,ernue Green Cove Springs. FL
320-3. Ii nearing .mpaired. cenlacti TDDi via
: Florida Relay Systiem
Ben-Ezra & Katz, P.A.
961 N. E. 167th Street, Suite 204
North Miami Beach, FL 33162
legal no. 7644.published November 3 and
10, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FCOR CLA', COUrt.
TY, FLORIDA, PROBATE DIVISIOl FILE
NO: CP-05-299, 'DIV. A
IN RE: .ESTATE OF .1ERIL'iJ ,DOOWLIING
BROWN, deceased. .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of MERI-
LYN DOWLING BROWN, deceased, whose-
date of death was,.August 7, 2005, is pend-
ing in the Circuit Court for Clay County, Flori-
da, Probate Division; the address of which is
825 N. Orange Avenue, .Green Cove
Springs, FL 32043. The names and .ad-
d're.'e= of Tre cer.'.rna repire.-enlai,e arnd
Ire per:rinal represenial., ; all:,rrn'e,' are
set lonr, pei.:.lw
",t11 crelor: :i Ine i e, : e enr arnd otrer 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 OFTHMIS NOTICE OR


STATE ATTORIJE'.' NO 4,CA 083477 ..
IN THE CIRCuIT COURT OF THE FOURTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Ill ArD FOR CLAY
COuliNT' FLORIDA CA E rJO C05-CA-717,
DiV CV-E
IN RE: FORFEITURE OF THE FOLLOW-
ING DESCRIBED PROPERTY:
1995 Dodge Van
V.I vi 28jS4i 145R1SR283522
R,:; Be-..-ier. as Sheriff of Clay County
vs. .
PAUL FR. BARRY
NOTICE OF
FORFEITURE COMPLAINT
TO: ALL PERSONS CLAIMING A SECURI-
TY OR OTHER INTEREST IN THE ABOVE-
DESCRIBED PROPERTY.
The above-described property was seized
pursuant to the provisions of the Florida
Contraband Forfeiture-Act, Florida Statutes
93.2' "01 .O' ., .,' he i la', CC ,unri, Srer.ni's
On ce or 06-04-05, al ,.r r ir e .,,.:,nry cl 20-1
S. Orange Avenue, Green: Cove Springs,
Clay County, Florida. The Clay County Sher-
iff's Office is currently in possession'of said
property and has filed a Complaint for the
purpose of forfeiture of said property in the
Circuit Court of the Fourth Judicial Circuit of
Florida. In order to protect your rights you
must file an Answer to the Complaint with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court, Clay County Cour-
thouse, 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, As-
sistant StateAttorney, State 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 Forfeiture of the
above-described property.
Detective Theresa Dampier
Clay County Sheriff's Office.
legal no. 7649 published November 3 and
10, 2005 In Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR CLAY COUN-
TY, FLORIDA, PROBATE DIVISION, FILE
NO: 05-CP-270, DIV. E
IN RE: ESTATE OF FRANK J. MORAN, de-
ceased:'" :


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


you for the relief demanded in the complaint
or petition.
DATED on this 26th day of October, 2005.
-(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT Clerk of the Circuit
-Court, Clay County, Florida, by: 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.


If you would like to sell copies of

the Clay Today at your place of

business please call Leah Davis,

Circulation Coordinator at

the Clay Today Office,

264-3200 ext. 136.


THIRTY ','30) DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY :3F THIS NOTICE
ONTHEM..
All other creditors of the decedent arid
other persons who ha .oli rn- .:,r 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. -
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIOD
SET.FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS
BARRED.
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE IS: November 3,
2005.
Attorney for Personal Representative:
RICHARD W. COBB, ESQ.,
Florida Bar No: 0107477
431 Stowe Avenue
Orange 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 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, CAE O10 05-CA-526,
DIV. CV-A
.IN RE: FORFEITURE OF THE FOLLOW-
ING DESCRIBED PROPERTY:
1994 Honda Accord
VIN# 1HGCD5651RA042607.
Rick Beseler, as Sheriff of Clay County
vs.
JULIO A. RODRIGUEZ-MARTINEZ
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE COMPLAINT-
TO: ALL PERSONS CLAIMING A SECURI-
TY OR OTHER INTEREST IN THE ABOVE-
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 County Sheriff's Office is
currently in possession of said property and
has filed a Complaint for the purpose of for-
feiture of said property in the Circuit Court of
the Fourth Judicial Circuit of Florida. Inrorder
to protect your rights 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. ',ou rru-' i -er.e a cop,'
,of your Answer orn Corrpiariarir' Couri.el,
David Young, Assistant State Attomey, State
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 arid a Final Order of For-
feiture of the above-described property.
SDeleClv.'e Trhere.a Darrper
Clay Co'unrv Srerhi s Or,cE
legal no. 7648 published November 3 and-
10, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, PROBATE DIVISION,
FILE NO: 05-CP-281, DIV. B
IN RE: ESTATE OF D",RREfl I..
ARMENTROUT ,je.-'.ead
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of DAR-
REN M. ARMENTROUT, deceased, whose
date of death was, Sep:rror 1 32005.. Fie
-Number 05-CP-281 is pen.r.ng .n ire Cr.':ui
Court for Clay County, Florida, Probate Divi-
sion; the address of which is 825 N. Orange
".r, nue Green Co.e Spring-. FL 32043
The rna .,e and ar, resz es I Ir., per...:.r.al
rpresrilar,.E. andr, ire per',onal represerla-
tive's attorney are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and other per-
sons, wvho have claims or demands against
.,: i ci e rlale ,.on hm rra copy of this no-
.Ice rai. been ser., nmuCl dile their claims
with this court ON OR BEFORE THE LATER
OF THE DATE THAT IS THREE 1311 MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FiRST PUBLI-
CATION OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY (30)
DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OFA
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and
other persons who have claims or demands
against the decedent's estate must file their
claims with this-court WITHIN THREE (3)
MOUTHSUTS AFTER THE DATE OF .THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS ,IOT FILED WITHIN THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE
CODE WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIOD
SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER.THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE IS:. November 3, 2005.
Attorney for Personal Representative:
JOHN T. SEFTON ESQ.,
Florida Bar No: 184055
Foley & Lardner LLP
One Independent Drive, Suite 1300
Jacksonville, Florida 32202
(904) 359-8716
Personal Representative:
Dian Renfro
1484 Gladiolus Avenue
Orange Park, Florida 32073
LEGAL NO. 7652 Published November 3
and 10, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF MADISON
COUNTY, ALABAMA, CASE NO: DR 05-
1311
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF CHARLES
DAVID BAKER, Plaintiff
vs.
KARl LYNN BAKER, Defendant
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
Kari Lynn Baker, whose whereabouts are
unknown, must answer Charles David
Baker's Complaint for Divorce and other re-
lief by December 26, 2005,.or thereafter, a
judgment by default may be rendered
against her in case Number DR 05-1311.
Done this 31st day of October, 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.


November 10, 2005
NOTICE TO CREATORS.
TI. anr,,ii trair, .:.r tr, e e& e :,l FRANK
J r 1Oirfl jle:ea ,:' ,,.e ,I le 3 i death
wa-_ Juh "i 20.'.i p nr,.3,r,. r, inre. Circuit
C:.ui1 I., l ,.:luri,. FI:.ra. P t,'l:ae Divi-
sion; the address of which is 825.N. Orange
Avenue, Green Cove Springs, FL 32043.
Th-Ie ,-,nt, a e" j.r ;:i, a ,, ee o iTe p r ,onal
Trep, '-,risr.e an, ir., eri.' .al reprsr:..ra.
ti\.- an.:.,'nre, ar,- :- I.:.r.r, .el,'1.,'
.Ill .'l# a, -r, .:! ,.1 r ,e ,e.:'e rr-,- ,fl ,.3 ,: :Irer per.
Sor, %,'..: ', ,#` ,:Ia iT .z .-. r agaia n:1. ., a r'
d e .: .3 r i z l a Te .' :. r, L .] I .: .:. ,, .:. ir .:
nc r,,: r,5: [. ,, I .e,'.. T i U I 1- ir ,, r .' i.,Im 5
wir. irn,,, ..:.un OfJ OR BEFORE THE L. TER
OF THE DE-TE THAT I'- THREE I,)
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
-3 "J2 OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE
CODE WILL BE FOREVER BARRED
JC'OTWITH TArlDIrNG THE TIr.1E PERIOD
SET FORTH ABO.JE Al C'LAir.10 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: 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.








November 10. 2005


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


Section B-21


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR CLAY COUNTY,
CIVIL ACTION, CASE NO: 05-172-CA-A
GREEN TREE SERVICING, LLC., Plaintiff
vs.
ROBERT K. OGILVIE, VALERIE D.
OGILVIE; CLAY HILL AREA OWNERS AS-
SOCIATION, INC.; JOHN DOE AND JANE
DOE, UNKNOWN TENANTSS, Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT
TOF.S. CHAPTER 45
NOTICE IS GIVEN that pursuant to an
Order Rescheduling Foreclosure Sale Date,
dated October 27, 2005 in the above-styled
cause, I will sell to the highest and best bid-
der for cash in the front entrance of the Clay
County Courthouse, 825 N. Orange Avenue,
Green Cove*Springs, Florida AT 10:00 A.M.
ON THE 28TH DAY OF NOVEMBER. 2005.
the following described real and personal
property:
EXHIBIT "A"
PARCEL NUMBER 4, OF HOLLY OAKS IN
SECTIONS 5 AND. 6, TOWNSHIP 5
SOUTH, RANGE 24 EAST SAID PROPER-
TY BEING MORE PARTICULARLY DE-
SCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: .
COMMENCE AT THE SE CORNER OF
THE NE 1/4 OF OF THE NE 1/4 OF SEC-
TION 6, TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH, RANGE 24
EAST (BEING THE SW CORNER OF THE
NORTH HALF OF THE NORTH HALF OF
SECTION 5) AND RUN NORTH, 89 DE-
GREES 41 MINUTES 29 SECONDS EAST
ALONG THE SOUTH LINE OF SAID-
NORTH HALF OF THE NORTH HALF OF
SAID SECTION 5, A DISTANCE OF 1525.00
FEET, THENCE RUN SOUTH 00 DE-
GREES 28 MINUTES 28 SECONDS EAST
469.56 FEET TO THE NORTH RIGHT OF,
WAY OF AN 80 FOOT ACCESS ROAD
THENCE RUN SOUTH 89 DEGREES 41
MINUTES 29 SECONDS EAST ALONG
THE NORTH RIGHT OF WAY OF SAID 80
FOOT ACCESS ROAD 520.06 FEET TO
THE POINT OF BEGINNING, THENCE
CONTINUE SOUTH 89 DEGREES 41- MIN-
UTES 29 SECONDS WEST ALONG SAID
RIGHT OF WAY 170.00 FEET, THENCE,
RUN NORTH 29 DEGREES .24 MINUTES
12 SECONDS WEST 537.36. FEET,
THENCE RUN NORTH 89 DEGREES 41
MINUTES 29 SECONDS EAST 429.94
FEET, THENCE RUN SOUTH 00 DE-
GREES 28 MINUTES 28 SECONDS EAST
469.56 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGIN-
NING, BEING AND LYING IN SECTION 5,
TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH, RANGE 24 EAST,
CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA.
TOGETHER WITH THAT CERTAIN MAN-
.UFACTURED HOME MORE SPECIFICAL-
L' DESCRIBED AS 1998 HOMES OF
MERIT PANTHER 128 ,: 60| WITH SERIAL
SlUMBER FLHBFFP1J34J202J A&B
DaO ld ir,.i 283r, day of Orct.b.r .2005
(SEAL) JAMES B.'JETT, Clerk of Court, by:
A. Garrison, deputy clerk.. .. .
Donnelly & Russo, P.A.
3708 W. Euclid Ave.
Tampa, FL 33629
.813_1 83129'90
legal no. 7656 published November 3 and
10, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper. .


IN THE CIRCUIT.COURT FOR CLAY COUN-'
TY, FLORIDA, PROBATE DIVISION, FILE
NO: 05-CP-311',DIV.A
IN RE:'ESTATE OF:
KELLY CANNON DEMING, deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of KELLY.
CANNON DEMING, deceased, whose date
of death was, April 3 2005 penr,:ing in the
Circuit Court for Clay County, Florida, Pro-
bate Division; the address of which is 825 N.-
Orange Avenue, Green Cove Springs, FL
.32043. The names and addresses of the
personal representative and the personal
representative's attorney are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and other per-
sons, who have clair or d imar-d ; agir, i
decedent's ae..Ir or, r..nor- a corv :, irn no-.
tice has been *.er'.e. mrusI til.e rier :Ia,.m;
with this court ON OR BEFORE THE LATER
OFTHE DATE-HAT IS THREE 3 i JMOCTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI-
CATION OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY (30)
DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OFA .
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent 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.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIOD
SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE .OF DEATH IS
BARRED.
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE IS: November 10
and 17, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.
Attorney for Personal Representative:-
-JOY N-OWENBY ESO. '
Florida Bar No 0551791
550 Water Street, Suite 1355
Jacksnville Florida 32202
t904) ?'59-515 -
Fersoral Represertal've: -
Lawrence.A. Cannon
222 Campbell Place .
Jacksonville; North Carolina 28546.
LEGAL NO. 7657 Published November 10
and f7,2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


PUBLIC NOTICE .
The Board of Supervisors of the Clay
County Utility Authority will meet at 2:00 p.m.
on Tuesday, November 15, 2005 in the
Board Room at the Clay County Utility Au-
thority, 3176 Old Jennings Road, Middle-
burg, Florida.
In accordance with the Americans with Dis-
abilities Act, any person needing a special
accommodation to participate in this matter,
should contact the Clay County Utility Au-
thoirty by mail at 3176 Old Jennings Road,
Middleburg, Florida 32068 or by telephone
at (904) 213-2464, no later than 7 days prior
to the hearing or proceeding for which this,
notice has been given:-Hearing impaired
persons can access the foregoing telephone
number by contacting the Florida Relay Ser-
vice at 1-800-955-8770 (Voice) or 1-800-
955-8771 (TDD).
If any person intends to appeal any deci-
sion related to this action, such person will
need to provide a court reporter at such per-
son's own expense for a transcript of the pro-
ceedings. All interested persons are invited
to attend.
For further information call 213-2464.
legal no. 7659 published November 10,


2005 in Clay County's Clay Toda
paper. .

IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF THE I
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE ST
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR CLAY C
CIVIL DIVISION, CASE NO: 2005-
GREEN TREE SERVICING LL
CONSECO FINANCE SERVICING
Plaintiff
vs.
WILLIAM H. JOHNSON; THE UN
SPOUSE OF WILLIAM.H. JOHN
LIVING, INCLUDING ANY UN
SPOUSE OF SAID DEFENDANTS
MARRIED, AND IF DECEASED, -
SPECTIVE UNKNOWN HEIRS, DE
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, CREEK
LIENORS, AND TRUSTEES A
OTHER PERSONS CLAIMING
-THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAIN
NAMED DEFENDANTSS; UN
TENANT #1; UNKNOWN TENANT
fendant(s)
NOTICE OF SALE.
Notice is hereby given that, pusi
Final Summary Judgment of Forecl
tered in the above-styled cause, ir
cuit court of Clay County, Florida,
the property, slua in CIy,' County
described as:
A PARCEL OF LAND SITUATED
NORTHEAST 1/1 OF SECTION 1
SHIP .6 SOUTH, RArIGE 2-1 EAS
COUNTY, FLORIDA, SAID PARCE
-MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRI
FOLLOWS:
COMMENCE AT THE NORTHEAc
IJER OF SAID SECTION 1 AN
NORTH 89 38' 15" WEST, ALO
NORTH LINE OF SAID SECTION
TANCE OF 55 c60 FEET TO A
PIPE; THENCE RULN SOUTH 00O
EAST, 351.37 FEE- TO Art IROI I P
THE POINT OF BEGINNING;.T
CONTINUE SOUTH 00': 06 '00
346.47 FEET TOT HE CEIJTERLIT
60 F DOT EASEt.IErIT FOR UTILITY
GENERAL ROAD PURPOSES T
RUN SOUTH -' )7 f16" WEST
SAID CENTERLINIE 249 :-
THEIICE RUfI NORTH 00:- 6 08
:351 88 FEETTO AN IRON PIPE;
RUiJN SOUTH 892 38'" 15" EAST
FEET TO THE POINT OF BEG
SUBJECT TO-AN EASEMENT FO
TIES AND GENERAL ROAD PUR
ACROSS THE SOUTH 30 FEET
AIOVE DESCRIBED LANDS.
To include a:
2000 PALM TRAILER.MOBILE HO
PH233108AAND TITLE #8110301,
2000 PALM TRAILER MOBILE HO
PH233108BAND TITLE #8110333
a/k/a
3?98 I[IGLEWOOD DRIE
11IDDLEBURG,. FL 3?06e
at public sale, at 10:00 o'clock a
soon thereafter as same can be don
highest bidder,-or r.,o.?aer. .-:.r casi
front steps of the Clay County Cou
Green Cove Springs, Florida, on T
DAY OF DECEMBER, 2005.
Dai ir.Is n r, 3 .3a1, OIl ., mt.er. 2
ISEALI JA.1ES B JETT Cler;-O
Court, by:.Debra M. Beyerle, depub
.This- instrument prepared by:
LAW OFFICES OF DANIEL C. CC
GRA
9204 King Palm Drive
Tampa, FL 33619-1328
attorneys for Plaintiff
IN ACCORDANCE with the Amer
Disabilities Act of 1990, persons n
special accommodation to participa
proceeding should contact the ASA
nator no later than seven (7) days pr
proceeding should contact the AS/
nator no later than seven (7) days pr
proceedings. If hearing impaired, pi
(800) 955-8771 -(TDD) or (800) 9
(voice) via Florida Relay Service.
legal no. 7660 published Novel
and 17,2005 in Clay County's Cla
newspaper.

NOTICE OF
PUBLIC MEETING
First Coast Technical Institute Boa
rectors Meeting will be held Thurs
vember 17, 2005 at, 10:30 a.m.
2980 Collins Ave., St. Augustine,
meeting is open to public. If a pe
cides to appeal any decision mad
FCTI Board of Directors with respe


matter considered at such meeting or hear-
ing, he or she will need a record of the pro-
ceedings, and that, for such purpose, he or
she may need to ensure that a verbatim
record of the proceedings is made, which
record includes the testimony and, evidence
upon which record includes the testimony
and evidence upon which the appeal is to be
based. Any person requiring special accom-
modations at this meeting because of a dis-
ability or physical impairment should contact
FCTI (904) 829-1011 at least five calendar
days prior to the meeting..
Christine Cothron
President
legal no. 7661 published November 10,
2005 In Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR
CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA,, CASE NO: 10-
2005-CA-00677, DIV. B
STAGE COACH ENTERPRISES, INC., a
Texas corporation, Plaintiff
vs.
KENNETH LEE FINK, JR., et al., Defen-
dants


ay news- NOTICE OF JUDICIAL SALE
PURSUANTTO SECTION 45.031(1),
FLORIDA STATUTES
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
FOURTH Notice is hereby given that pursuant to the
FATE OF Final Judgment of Forecl,.ure r, iered n.,r
;OUNTY, October 31, 2005, in Case l.:,. 0.2005-.CA.
CA-836 00677, of the Circuit Court, Clay County,
C F/K/A Florida, in which Stage Coach Enterprises,
3 CORP., Inc., is the Plaintiff and Kenneth Lee Fink, Jr.
John William Bevan, Carolyn June Bevan'
and Wachovia National Bank are defen-
KNOWN dants, the Clerk of this Court will sell at pub-
SON; IF lic sale the following described real property:
KNOWN EXHIBIT A
S), IF RE- DESCRIPTION PARCEL 1
THE RE- A PARCEL OF LAND LYING IN THE E 1/2
VISEES, OF SECTION 8, TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH,
EDITORS, RANGE 24 EAST, CLAY COUNTY, FLORI-
ND ALL DA; SAID PARCEL BEING MORE PARTIC-
IG BY, ULARLY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
ST THE COMf..ENCE AT THE SOUTHEAST COR-
KNOWN tNE- OF SAID SECTION 8"AND RUN
T#2, De- NORTH 02 DEGREES 59.MINUTES 06
SECONDS EAST, ALONG THE EASTERLY
BOUNDARY THEREOF, 3990.70 FEET
uant to a FOR THE POINT OF BEGINNING. FROM
sure en- POINT OF BEGINNING THUS DE-
nthe Cir- SCRIBED, RUN SOUTH 89 DEGREES 27
I will-sell MINUTES 29 SECONDS WEST, 2004.09
, Florida, FEET; THENCE NORTH 02 DEGREES 59
MINUTES06 SECONDS EAST, PARALLEL
)INTHE WITH SAID EASTERLY BOUNDARY,
. TOWN. 108.89 FEET THENCE NORTH 39 DE-
T CLA',' AGREES 27 ,lIILITES 29 SECONiDS EAST,
L BEI r]G 2004.09 FEET TO AN- INTERSECTION
BED AS WITH SAID EASTERLY BOUNDARY;
THENCE SOUTH 02 DEGREES 59 MIN-
STCOR- UTES 06 SECONDS-WEST, ALONG SAID,
D. RUN EASTERLY BOUNDARY, 108.89 FEET TO
NG THE THE POINT OF BEGINNING.-
1 A DIS- COijTT.AfilrllG 0' ACRES, MOREOR
N IRON LESS.
06' 00" ABOVE DESCRIBED PROPERTY BEING
IPEAND .SUBJECT- TO .AN EASEMENT FOR
THENCE INGRESS,- EGRESS,- DRAINAGE AND
EA T UTILITIES OVER THE EASTERLY 60.00,
IE OFA FEETTHEREOF.
IES Ar.Lj ALSO, ABOVE DESCRIBED PROPERTY
THEtJCE BEING CONVEYED WITH AN EASEMENT
ALONiG FOR INGRESS, EGRESS, DR-ilN-GE
FEET AND UTILITIES OVER THE EASTERN'
WE ST, 60.00 FEETOF THE SOUTHERLY 3990.70
THENCE FEET OF SAID SECTION 8.
243952 CESCRIPTION PARCEL '
INltiGr. .4 PARCEL OF LAND LYING IN THE E 1/2
R UTILI- OF SECTION 8, TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH,
POSES RANGE 24 EAST, CLAY COUNTY, FLORI-
OF THE DA; SAID PARCEL BEING MORE PARTIC-
ULARLY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
COMMENCE AT THE SOUTHEAST COR-
)ME; VIN NER OF SAID SECTION 8 AND RUN
2 NORTH 02 DEGREES 59 MINUTES 06
IME; VIN SECONDS EAST, ALONG THE EASTERLY
7. BOUNDARY THEREOF, 3881.81 FEET
FOR THE POINT OF BEGINNING.'FROM
POINT.OFBEGINNING THUS DESCRIBED
RUN SOUTH 89 DEGREES 27 MINUTES.
m:. or as 29 SECONDS WEST 2004.09 FEET;
ne, to the THENCE NORTH 02 DEGREES 59 MIN-
h, on the 'UTES 06 SECONDS EAST, PARALLEL
urthouse, WITH SAID EASTERLY BOUNDARY,
THE 1ST -108.89 FEET; THENCE NORTH 89 DE-
GREES 27 MINUTES 29 SECONDS EAST,
005. 2004.09 FEET TO AN ITER ECTitON,
if Circuit "-WITH AN .EASTERLY BOUNDARY;
y clerk._ THENCE SOUTH 02 DEGREES 59 MIN-
UTES 06 SECONDS WEST, ALONG SAID
ONSUE- EASTERN', BOUNDARY, 108.89 FEET TO
THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
CONTAINING 5.00 ACRES, MORE OR
LESS.
ABOVE DESCRIBED PROPERTY BEING
rcan with SUBJECT ;TO AN EASEMENT FOR
feeding a, INGRESS, EGRESS, DRAINAGE,.AND
ate in this UTILITIES OVER THE EASTERLY 60.00
A Coordi- FEET OF THE SOUTHERLY 3881.81 FEET
rior to the OF SECTION 8.:
A Coordi- The sale will be held on NOVEMBER 30.
rior to the 2005 AT 10:00 A.M. to the highest and best.
ease call rcdder ior casn, at the front steps of the Clay
55-8770 County Courthouse, 825 N. Orange Ave.,
Green Cove Springs, Florida in accordance
mber 10 with Section 45.031 of the. Florida Statutes'
ay Today Dated this 1st day of November, 2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of Said Court,
by: Amanda L. Ellison, deputy clerk. -
LANCE P. COHEN
1723 BlIanding Blvd., Suite 102
Jacksonville, FL 32210
ird of Di- (904) 388-6500
sday, No- attorney for Plaintiff
at FCTI, legal no. 7662: published November 10
FL. The and 17, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
rson de- newspaper.
Ie by the
Ntipl pp


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, CIVILACTION, CASE
NO: 05-603-CA, DIV. E
UNION PLANTERS BANK, N.A., Plaintiff
vs..
MANOLIN SANTIAGO RIVERA, et al., De-
fendant(s)
NOTICE OF SALE,
Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to a_
Final Judgment of Foreclosure or Order
dated November 1, 2005, entered in Civil
Case Number 05-603-CA-DIV E, in the Cir-
cuit Court for Clay County, Florida wherein
UNION PLANTERS BANK, N.A., is the Plain-
tiff, and MANOLIN SANTIAGO RIVERA, et
al., are the Defendants, I will sell the proper-
ty situated in Clay, Florida, described as:
FOR A POINT OF BEGINNING, COM-
MENCE ATTHE INTERSECTION OF PARK
AVENUE AND KINGSLEY AVENUE AND
PROCEED NORTHERLY ALONG THE
EASTERLY RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF PARK
AVENUE, A DISTANCE OF 213.75 FEET
TO A POINT; THENCE PROCEED EAST-
ERLY AND PARALLELTO THE NORTHER-
LY RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF KINGSLEY
AVENUE, A DISTANCE EOF 129.16_.FEET
TO A POINT;- THENCE PROCEED
SOUTHERLY AND PARALLEL TO THE
EASTERLY RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF PARK
AVENUE, A DISTANCE OF 213.75 FEET
TO A POINT ON KINGSLEY AVENUE;
THENCE PROCEED WESTERLY ALONG
SAID RIGHT OF WAY LINE, A DISTANCE
OF 129.16 FEET TO THE POINT OF BE-
GINNING; THIS LAND BEING A PART OF
LOTS 13 AND 14, BLOCK 7, SECTION 19
OF RIDGEWOOD SUBDIVISION, "AS
RECORDED IN DEED BOOK Q, PAGE 663,
OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
at public sale, to the highest and best bid-
der, for cash, atthe Clay County Courthouse
.in Clay County Courthouse, front door, 825


..lI


.1


Norin Orange Avenue Green Cove Springs
FL 32043 at 10:00 A.M. ON THE 1ST DAY
OF DECEMBER. 2005.
Dated November 1, 2005.
iSEALi JAMES B JETT. Clerk 01 The Circuit
Coun by Debra ,.1 Beverle., depury clerk
In accordance ,iih irne Americans Wain Dis-
ac3llies Act. persons .n nree.d of a special ac-
commodation to participate i;r ihs
pr.ocee.lri. srall triinr sei.en 171i ,da/i prior
Ic. arv proc.'eedirg conitacl Ile Admirn,sirai,.e
Officeoftne Coun, Clay CounJry Counhouse
825 Nonnr, Orange Avenrue, 6851-920, (TDD)
1-800 955-8771 o.r 1-800.-55- 770 va Flori-
da Relay Service.
GOLSON LAW FIRM
1230 South Myrtle Avenue, Suite 105
Clea.rwater, Florida 335F.-3.144.
legal no. 7663 published November 10
and 17. 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.

IN THE CIRCUIT.COURT OF THE 4TH JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND
FOR CLAY COuNT', CASE #: 2003-CA-
828, DIV B
WASHINGTON MUTUAL BANK, F.A., SUC-
7CESSOR BY MERGER TO BAr8IK UNITED,
Plaintiff
vs..
LAWRENCE W. ROOD AND BRENDA J,
ROOD HIS WIFE .UNKNOWN PARTIES IN
DOSSESSIOrl 1i; IF LI'VlJ,. AND' ALL OUJ-
THROUGH, UNDER-AND AGAINST THE
ABOVE NAMED DEFEriDArITIS WHO
ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR
ALIVE, WHETHER SAID UNKNOWN PAR-
TIES MAY. CLAIM AN INTEREST AS
SPOUSES, HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES. OR OTHER CLAIMANTS, De-
fendant(s).
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to


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Section B-22


an Order of Final Judgment of Foreclosure
dated October 31,' 2005, entered in Civil
Case No, 2003-CA-828 of the Circuit Court
of the 4th Judicial Circuit in and for Clay
County, Florida, wherein WASHINGTON
MUTUAL BANK, F.A., SUCCESSOR BY
MERGER TO BANK UNITED, Plaintiff and
LAWERENCE W. ROOD AND BRENDA.J.
ROOD, HIS WIFE are defendantss, I will sell
to the highest and best bidder for cash, at
the front door of the Clay .County Court-
house, located at 825 North Orange Avenue,
Green Cove Springs, Clay County, Florida at
10:00 A.M. NOVEMBER 30, 2005, the fol-
lowing described property as set forth in said
Final Judgment, to-wit:
LOT 1, BLOCK 3, COPPERAGE, UNIT
ONE, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THERE-
OF RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 20,
PAGES 45, 46, 47 AND 48, OF THE PUB-
LIC RECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY, FLORI-
DA.
If you are a person with a disability who
needs any accommodation in order to par-
ticipate in this proceeding, you are entitled,
at no cost to you, to the provision of certain.
assistance. Please contact Clay County
Courthouse, 825 North Orange Avenue,
Green Cove Springs, FL 32043 within 2
working days of your receipt of this notice of
sale: if you are hearing impaired call: 1-800-
955-8771; if you are voice impaired call: 1-
800-955-8770.
Dated at Green Cove Springs, Florida this
31st day of October, 2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT Clerk of the Circuit
Court, Clay County, Florida.
by: A. Garrison, deputy clerk.


ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF -
SHAPIRO & FISHMAN, LLP
Woodland Corporate Center '
4505 Woodland Corp. Blvd. Suite 100
Tampa, Florida 33614
(813) 880-8888
03-60417T
legal no. 7665 published November 10
and 17,2005 In Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND
FOR CLAY COUNTY, CASE NO: 05-CA-
852-A
MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRA-.
TION SYSTEMS, INC., Plaintiff
vs.
TIMOTHY D. HOLLINS; CLAY COUNTY;
UNKNOWN PARTIES IN POSSESSION #1;
UNKNOWN PARTIES IN POSSESSION #2;
IF LIVING, AND ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER AND
AGAINST THE ABOVE NAMED DEFEN-
DANT(S) WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE
DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID UN-
KNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN INTER-
EST AS SPOUSES, HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, OR OTHER CLAIMANTS, De-
fendant(s)
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to
an Order' of Final Judgment of Foreclosure
dated November 3, 2005, entered in Civil
Case No. 05-CA 852 A of'the Circuit Court of
the 4th Judicial Circuit in and for Clay Coun-
ty, Florida, wherein MORTGAGE ELEC-


REQUEST FOR BIDS

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that sealed bids will be received until 4:00 PM IMonday
December 5, 2005, at the Finance Department, 4th Floor, Clay County Admin.stialton
Building, 477 Houston Street, Green Cove Springs, Florida, 32043, for the following:
Bid No. 05/06-14, "FENCING ON BASEBALL FIELD AT FOXMEADOW PARK"
Bids will be opened at 1:00 P.M., or as .con ihereafer as possible, on Tuesday,
December 6, 2005, in the Board of County Commissioners' Conference Room "B", 4th
Floor, Clay County Administration Building, 477 Houston Street, Green Cove Springs,
Florida, 47043, in the presence of the Finance Office Staff,, and/or the Clerk or Deputy,
Clerk and all other interested persons.
The'opened bid will be read aloud, examined for conformance to specifications, tabu-'
lated, and one copy preserved in the custody of the Finance Department. The Budget,
Finance and Personnel Committee of the Board will meet on December 15 and present
its finding i, the ne/x regular scheduled Board of County Commissioners' Meeting.
-Bid: *ili noi be valid unless received by ine bid deadline and in a sealed envelope
mared Sealea Bid No 05/06-14, FENCING ON BASEBALL FIELD AT FOXMEADOW
PARK", "TJesday, December 6 2005." and the name of company submiirling the bid to
be received until 4.00 PM Monday. December 5. 2005
Envelopes will be mailed. or delivered in person., c The above address Specifications
-may be obtained and questions answered at Ihe office of Irie Parks & Recreation
Department, by Mr. Tom Pnce. Director, at (904) 284-1269-6378
Bids require a rive (5) percent bid bond and may not be withdrawn for a period of
thirty (30s days subsequent to Ine date of Ihe bid opening
TrThe County reserves the right to waive formalities in any bid. to reject any or all bids
with or without cause, including the lack of availability or adequate funis, andlor to
accept the bid that, in its judgment, ,ill be ;n the best interest of the Counry of Clay.
A person or affiliate who has been placed on the convicted vendor list following a
conviction for a public entity crime may nol submit a bid on a contract to provide any
goods or services to a public enlity, may not submit a bid on a contract wni a public enti-
ty for the construction or repair of a public building or public work. may not submit bids
on leases of real property to a public enihty. may not be awarded or perform world, as a
contractor. supplier subcontractor. or consultant under a corlract wilh any public entity.
and may not transact business with any public entity in excess of Ire thresnold amount
provided in Section 287 017. Fionda Stalutes for CATEGORY TWO for a period of 36
months form the date of being placed on tme convicted vendor list

Richard J O'Connell. Acting County Manager
legal no. 7658 published November 10, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today newspaper.


REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that sealed prop..sai-: eli be rece,.C.e unii J 0110 P.M.,
Mc.nda./ December 19, 2005 -at the Clay Courni, Arniriiraliior, Buii,-i,,q F-inance
Department, 4th floor, 477 Houston Street, Green Coi.e Springs Fi.ri.a i.;2,"4 s. for the
following:

RFP NO.: 05/06-8, Debris Management and Disaster Related Services.
Clay County. Florida.

Proposals will be opened at 1:00 P.M., or as goon thereafter as possible, on Tuesday,,
December 20, 2005 in.the Clay County Administration Building, Conference Room "B", fourth
floor, 477 Houston Street, Green Cove Springs, Florida; in the presence of the Finance
Department.staff, and/or the Clerk cr Deputy Clerk and all other interested persons.
The opened proposals will be read aloud, examined for conformance to specifications,
tabulated, and preserved in the custody of the Finance Department. The Budget and
Finance Committee of the Board will present its recomme-.datiion, to the Board of
County Commissioners at its meeting of January 24, 2006 or as soon thereafter as pos-
sible.
Proposals will not be valid unless received by the proposal deadline and in a sealed
envelope marked "Sealed Proposal, RFP. NO. 05/06-8, Debris Management and
Disaster Related Services Clay County, Florida ", to be received until 4:00 P.M., Monday,
December 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 Coe Springs Florida 32043, at 19041 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 requirements, and/or to accept the proposal that, in its judgment, will be
in the best interest of the County of Clay..
Proposals require a five (5%) percent proposal/bid bond and may not be withdrawn
after the scheduled opening time for a period of thirty (30) days.
A person or affiliate who has.been placed on the convicted vendor list following a con-
viction for a public entity crime may not submit a bid on a contract to provide any goods
or services to a public entity, may not submit a bid on a contract with a public entity for
the construction or repair of a public building or public work, may not submit bids on leas-
es of real property to a public entity, may not.be awarded or perform work as a contrac-
tor, supplier, subcontractor, or consultant under a contract with any public entity, and may
not transact business with any public entity in excess of the threshold amount provided
in Section 287.017, Florida Statutes, for CATEGORY TWO for a 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. .....


TRONIC REGISTRATION SYSTEMS; INC.,
Plaintiff and TIMOTHY D. HOLLINS are de-
fendant(s), I will sell to the highest and best
bidder for cash, AT THE FRONT DOOR OF
THE CLAY COUNTY COURTHOUSE, lo-
cated at 825 North Orange Avenue, Green
Cove Springs, Clay County, Florida, AT
10:00 A.M. ON DECEMBER 12, 2005 the
following described property as set forth in
said Final Judgment, to-wit:
:'THE EAST 39 FEET OF LOT 6 AND THE
WEST 34 FEET OF.LOT 8, BLOCK KX,
SHANDS PLAT, ACCORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 2, PAGE 1, OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH A DIS-
ABILITY WHO NEEDS ANY ACOMMODA-
TION IN ORDER TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS
PROCEEDING, YOU ARE ENTITLED, AT
NO COST TO YOU, TO THE PROVISION
OF CERTAIN ASSISTANCE. PLEASE CON-
TACT CLAY COUNTY COURTHOUSE, 825
N RANGE AVENUE, GREEN COVE
SPRINGS, FL. 32043 WITHIN 2 WORKING
DAYS OF YOUR RECEIPT OF THIS NO-
TICE OF SALE: IF YOU ARE HEARING IM-
PAIRED CALL: 1-800-955-8771; IF YOU
ARE VOICE IMPAIRED CALL: 1-800-955-
8770;
Dated at Green Cove Springs, Florida, this
4th day of November, 2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Circuit
Court, Clay County, Florida, by: Amie Her-
rera; deputy clerk.
Attorney for Plaintiff
Shapiro & Fishman, LLP
777 Yamato Road
Suite 200
Boca.Raton, Florida 33431
(561) 998-6700.
legal no. 7670 published November 10
and 17,2005 In Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.

IN THE CIRCUIT-COURT OF THE 4TH


JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, CIVIL DIVISION,.
CASE NO: 2005-810-CA-B
CITIMORTGAGE, INC.'SUCCESSOR BY
MERGER TO FIRST NATIONWIDE MORT-
GAGE CORPORATION, Plaintiff
vs.
PHEOBE K. MCAVOY A/K/A PHEOBE K.B.
MCAVOY; KATHRYN K. HYERS; UN-
KNOWN- SPOUSE OF KATHBYN K.
HYERS; UNKNOWN 'SPOUSE OF
PHOEBE K. .ICAvO'' K A PHOEBE K.B.
MCAVOY; JOHN DOE; JANE DOE AS UN-
KNOWN TENANTS) IN POSSESSION OF
-THE SUBJECT PROPERTY, Defendants.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE :
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a
Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated the 3rd
day of November, 2005, and entered in Case
No. 2005-810-CA.B, of the Circuit Court of'
the 4th Judicial Circuit in and for Clay Coun-
ty, Florida, wherein CITIMORTGAGE, -INC.
SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO FIRST NA-
TIONWIDE MORTGAGE CORPORATION
is the Plaintiff and PHEOBE K. MCAVOY
A/K/A PHEOBE K.B. MCAVOY; KATHRYN
K: HYERS; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
KATHRYN _K. HYERS; UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF PHOEBE K. MCAVOY A/K/A
PHOEBE K.B. MCAVOY; JOHN DOE; JANE
DOE AS UNKNOWN TENANTS) IN POS-
SESSION OF THE SUBJECT PROPERTY
are defendants. I will sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash at the front steps of Clay
County Courthouse at the Clay County Cour-
thouse, in Green Cove Springs, Florida AT
10:00 A.M. ON THE 5TH DAY OF DECEM-
BER. 2005. the following described proper-
ty as set forth in said Final Judgment, to wit:
LOT 50, SUNRISE PARK, ADDITION
FOUR, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK
7 PAGE 6 OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
CLAYCOUNITY', FLORIDA.
TOGETHER WITH AN UNDIVIDED 1/500
INTEREST IN AND TO THE FOLLOWING:.
LOT 6-B, BLOCK 32, TOWN OF KEY-


REQUEST FOR BIDS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GiVEN Ihat sealed bids will be received until 4:00 PM Monday
December 5, 2005, ai ime Finance Department, 4th =ioor, Clay County Adminirstraliori
Building, 477 HcusLion Street Green Cove Springs, Florida, 32013. for me following
Bid No. 05/06-15, "INSTALLATION OF SEPTIC SYSTEM AT TWIN LAKES PARK"
Bids will be opened at 1 00 PM or as soon thereafter as possible, on Tuesday.
December 6. 2005 n ir.ie Board of Count./ Commissioners' Conference Room "B", 4th,
.Floor, Clay County Aaminisiralior, Building 477 Houslon Streel. Green Cove Springs,
Florida. 32043. in Ihe presernre of the Frnance Office Staff, anador the Clerk or Depury
Clerk and all olher .nierested persons
The opened od. will be read aloud, examined for conformance to specifications tabu-
lated, and one copy preserved in Ir.e cuslody of the Finance Department The Budget
Finance and Personnel Committlee of the Board will meel on December 15 and present
its finding to the next regularly scheduled. Board of County Commissioners' Meeting.
Bids will not be valid unless received by the bid deadline and in- a sealed envelope
marked 'Sealed Bid No 05/06-15. INSTALLATION OF SEPTIC SYSTEM AT TWIN
LAKES PARK". Tuesday. December 6. 2005," and the name of company submitting ine
bid to be received untI 4-00 PM Monday, December 5, 2005.
Envelopes will. be mailed, or delivered in person, to the above address Specifications
may be obtained and questions answered at Ihe office of the Parks & Recreation
Department, by'Mr Tom Pnce. Director at t904i 284/269-6378 -
Bids require a five (5) percent bid bond and may not be withdrawn for a period of
tnirty 1301 days subsequent to the dale of Ihe bid opening..
Trre County reserves ine rigrt to waive formalities in any bid to reject, any or all-bids
with or without cause, including Ihe lack of availability of adequate funds, 'and/or to
acceo3t Inh bid thal. in ,is judgment, will be in the best interest of the County of Clay.*
A person or affiliate who has been placed on the convicted vendor list following a con-
yviction fora public entity crime may not submit a bid on a contract to provide any goods
or services to a public enliy may not submit a bid on a contract with a public entity for
the conritruciion or repair of a public building or public work may not submit bids on leas-
es of real property to a public entliy may not be awarded or perform work as a conirac-
tor. supplier, Subconiraciororr d.i:.onullani under a coniracI wil any public eniity, and may
not transact bus.nes.s wilh arr,, public erity in' excess of In Inrehoid arrmouni provided
in Section 267 017 Florida Stalutes. for CATEGORY TWO ior a period of 36 ronint
from the date of being placed on the convicted vendor list -
Jeri Hurtt 'clrn.'Cou'ni t Managr, er '
legal no. 7669 published November 10, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today newspaper.
S ." '.' 'cLr-000 7.450v


REQUEST FOR BIDS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that sealed bids will be received until 4:00 P.M., Monday,
December 5, 2005, at the Finance Department, 4th Floor, Clay County Administration
Building, 477 Houston Street, Green Cove Springs, Florida, 32043, for the following:,
Bid No. 05/06-15, "INSTALLATION OF SEPTIC SYSTEM AT TWIN LAKES PARK"
Bids will be opened at 1:00 P.M., or as soon thereafter as possible, on Tuesday,
December 6,; 2005, in the Board of County Commissioners' Conference Room "B", 4th
Floor, Clay County Administration Building, 77 Ho.utorn Slreet, Green Cove Springs,
Florida, 32043, in the presence of the Finance Office Staff, and/or the Clerk or Deputy
Clerk and all other interested persons.
The opened bid will be read aloud, examined for conformance to specifications, tabu-
lated, and one copy preserved in the custody of the Finance Department. The Budget,
Finance and Personnel Committee of the Board will meet on December 15 and present
its finding to the next regularly scheduled Board of County Commissioners' Meeting.
Bids' will not be valid unless received by the bid deadline and, in a sealed envelope
marked "Sealed Bid No. 05/06-15, INSTALLATION OF SEPTIC SYSTEM AT TWIN
LAKES PARK", "Tuesday, December 6, 2005," and the name of company submitting the
bid to be received until 4:00 P.M., Monday; December 5, 2005.
Envelopes will be mailed, or delivered in person, to the above address. Specifications
may be obtained and questions answered at the office of the Parks & Recreation
Department, by Mr. Tom Price, Director, at (904) 284/269-6378.
Bids require a f, e (5) percent bid bond and may not be withdrawn for a period of thir-
ty (30) days subsequent to the date of the bid openiflg.
The County reserves the right to waive formalities in any bid, to reject any or all bids
with or without cause, including the lack of availability of adequatefunds, and/or to
accept the bid that, in its judgment, will be In the best interest of the County of Clay.
A person or affiliate who has been placed on the convicted vendor list following a con-
viction for a public entity crime may not submit a bid on a contract to provide.any goods
or services to a public entity, may not submit a bid on a contract with a public entity for
the construction or repair of a public building or public work, may not submit bids on leas-
es of real property to a'publfc entity, may not be awarded or perform work as a contrac-
tor, supplier, subcontractor, or consultant under a contract with any public entity, and may
not transact business with any public entity in excess of the threshold amount provided
in Section 287.017, Florida Statutes, for CATEGORY TWO for a period of 36 months
from the date of being placed on the convicted vendor list.
*Jeri Hurtt; Acting County Manager
legal no. 7667 published November 10, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today newspaper.
S.... . . . . . ,


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November 10, 2005
STONE HEIGHTS, AS' PERPLAT THERE-
OF, RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 2 PAGE
40;'AND SUNRISE- PARK COt..LUIilT'i
BEACH, AS' PER PL"AT THEREOF
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 6 PAGE -14
ALL OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF CLAY.
COLiIT',' FLORIDA
TOGETHER V.WITH THAT CERTAIN 1984
SEViLLE DOLiBLEWIDE MOBILE HOME
PEARItIG FLORIDA IDEiNTiFiCATION
IUrt.BERS FDGAs5GX-1920 AND.
FDG-.GLIU-920: AND FLORIDA TITLE
NUMBERS 41027210 AND 41030014 SIT-
UATE THEREON.
In accordance with the Americans with Dis-
abilities Act of 1990 (ADA); disabled persons
who. Oec.auSe of their disabilities need, spe-
cial accommodation to participate in this pro-
ceeding should contact the ADA Coordinator
at 825 N. Orange Avenue, Green Cove
Springs, FL. 32043 or Telephone Voice/TDD
(904) 630-2564 not later than five business
days prior to such proceeding.
Dated this 4th day of November, 2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Circuit
Court, by: Debra M. Beyerle, deputy clerk.
Law Office of Marshall C. Watson
1800 NW 49th Street, Suite 120
Fort Lauderdale Florida 33309
19541 453-0365
05-04760
legal no. 7671 published November 11
and 17,2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, CIVIL DIVISION,
CASE NO: 04-CA-969 B
CHASE MANHATTAN MORTGAGE COR-
PORATION, Plaintiff
vs.
KIMBERLY M. MILLER; U.S. BANK NA-
TiONAL ASSOCIATION F/K/A FIRSTAR
BANK, N.A.; KEITH A. MILLER; UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF KIMBERLY M. MILLER; JOHN.-
DOE; JANE DOE AS UNKNOWN TEN-
ANT Si IN POSSESSION OF THE SUB-
JECT PROPERTY Delendants.
NOTICE OF -
FORECLOSURE SALE
,NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuanr ico a
Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated the 3rd '
daybl fN.vember 2005. and entered ,n Case
No. 04-CA-969 B. of ine Circuit Court ol ir.e
4th Judicial Circuit in and for Clay County,
Florida, wherein CHASE MANHATTANj
MORTGAGE CORPORATION .s the Pian-
lit and KIMBERLY M. MILLER U S BANK
NATIONAL ASSOCIATiON F'K'A FIRSTAR
BANK NA KEITH A MILLER. UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF KIMBERLY M MILLER- JOHN
DOE. JANE DOE AS UNKNOWN TEN-
ANT(SI IN POSSESSION OF THE SUB-
JECT PROPERTY are defendants. I will sell
Io me highest and best ODdder for cash al Tre
Iront steps ol the Clay Counry Counnouse at
the Clay County Courthouse in Green Cove
Springs. Florida AT 10:00 A.M. ON THE
14TH DAY OF DECEMBER. 2005 lhe6 ol-
lowing described property as setr onn in said
Final Judgment. to wil"
LOT 23, FOXRIDGE UNIT 8, ACCORD-
ING TO THE PLATTHEREOF, RECORDED
IN PLAT BOOK 17 PAGES 73 THROUGH
75, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
In accordance with ihe Americans with Dis-
Satihiies Act o 11990 iADAI disabled persons
who because 01 ineo r disabilities need. spe-
cial accommodation to participate in this pro-
ceeding should contact the ADA Coordinalor
at 825 N. Orange Avenue, Green Cove
Springs. FL 32043 or Telephone Voice/TDD
(904) 630-2564 not later iman lie business.
days prior to such proceeding.
Dated this 4th day'of November, 2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Circuit
Court, by: Debra'M. Beyerle, deputy clerk.
Law Office of Marshall C. Watson
1800 NW 49th Street, Suite 120
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33309
(954) 453-0365
04-07509
legal no. 7672 published November 10
and 17,2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper. -


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FLORIDA, IN AND FOR CLAY COUNTY,
CIVIL DIVISION, CASE NO: 2005-CA-1023
21ST MORTGAGE CORPORATION F/K/A
21ST CENTURY HOME MORTGAGE COR-
PORATION, Plaintiff
vs.
JAMES F. STARK; THE UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF JAMES F. STARK; SALLY J.
STARK; THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
SALLY J. STARK; IF LIVING, INCLUDING
ANY UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF SAID DE-
FENDANT(S), IF REMARRIED, AND IF DE-
CEASED, THE RESPECTIVE UNKNOWN
HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, AS-
SIGNEES, CREDITORS, LIENORS, AND
TRUSTEES AND ALL OTHER PERSONS
CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR
AGAINST THE NAMED DEFENDANTSS;
CASTLE CREDIT CORPORATION;
WHETHER DISSOLVED OR PRESENTLY .
.EXISTING, TOGETHER WITH ANY
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, CREDITORS,
LIENORS, OR TRUSTEES OF SAID DE-
FENDANT(S) AND ALL OTHER PERSONS
CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER, OR
AGAINST DEFENDANTSS; UNKNOWN
TENANT #1; UNKNOWN TENANT #2, De-
fendant(s)
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: JAMES F. STARK; THE UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF JAMES F. STARK; SALLY J.
STARK; .THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
SALLY J. STARK; IF LIVING, INCLUDING
ANY UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF SAID DE-
FENDANT(S), IF REMARRIED, AND IF DE-
CEASED, THE RESPECTIVE UNKNOWN
HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, AS-
SIGNEES, CREDITORS, LIENORS, AND
TRUSTEES, AND ALL OTHER PERSONS'
CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR
AGAINST THE NAMED DEFENDANTSS;
Whose residence are/is unknown.
YOU ARE HEREBY required to file your
answer or written defenses, if any, in the
above proceeding with the Clerk of this
Court, and to serve a copy thereof upon the.
plaintiff's attorney, whose name and address
appears hereon, on or before December 16,
2005 the nature of this proceeding being a.
suit for foreclosure of mortgage against the
following described property, to wit:
LOT 33, BLOCK 79, JACKSONVILLE
SOUTH UNIT TWO, ACCORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 11, PAGES 1 THROUGH 13, OF
THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF CLAY COUN-
TY, FLORIDA..
To include a:
1998 REGENCY MOBILE HOME; VIN
SI-:'- A JD TITLE #75502995
1998 REGENCY MOBILE HOME; VIN'
N17323B AND TITLE #75502994
a/k/a
2365 INDIGO 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 4th day of No-
vember, 2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Circuit
Court, by: Amie Herrera,, deputy clerk.
.In accordance with the American with. Dis-
abilities Act of 1990, persons needing a spe-
cial accommodation to participate in this
proceeding should contact the ASA Coordi-
nator no later than seven (7) days prior to the
proceedings. If hearing impaired, please call
(800) 955-9771 (TDD) or (800) 955-8770
(voice), via Florida Relay Service.
Law Offices of Daniel C. Consuegra
9204 King Palm Drive
Tampa, FL 33619-1328
(813) 915-8660
legal no. 7673 published November 10
and 17,2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL
PROTECTION NOTICE OF PROPOSED ,
AGENCY ACTION
The Department of Environmental Protec-
tion gives notice of its intent to issue a For-
mal Determination of the Landward Extent of
Wetlands and Other Surface Waters of the
State (File No. FD-10-0247789-001) to Mr. &
Ms. David Tomlinson, 3711 NW 23rd Place
Gainesville, Florida 32065, for a 4.4-acre
tract located in Section 28, Township 4
South, Range 25 East, Clay.County. The De-
partment's file.on this matter is available for
public inspection during normal business
hours, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday
through Friday, except legal holidays, at the
Department of Environmental Protection,
Wetlands Evaluation and Delineation Sec-
tion, Mail Station 2500, Room 530, Twin Tow-
ers Office Building, 2600 Blair Stone Road,
Tallahassee, Florida 32399-2400.
Persons whose substantial interests are af-
fected by the above proposed agency action
have a right pursuant to Section 120.57,
Florida Statutes, to petition for an adminis-
trative determination (hearing).oh the pro-
posed action. The petition must contain the
information set forth below and must be filed
(received) in the Department's Office of Gen-
eral Counsel, 3900 Commonwealth Boule-
vard, Talleahassee; Florida 32399-2400,
within 21- days of publication.of this notice. A
copy of the petition must also be mailed at
the time of filing to the formal determination
petitioner at the address indicated. Failure'to
file a petition within the 21 days constitutes
a waiver of any right such person has to an
administrative determination (hearing) pur-


suant to Section 120.57, F.S.
The petition shall contain the following in-,
formation:
(a) The name and address, and telephone
number of each petitioner, the petitioner's
name and address, the Department's File.
Number and the County in which the project
is proposed; (b) A statement of how and
when each petitioner received notice of the
Department's action or proposed-action; (c)
A statement of how each petitioner's sub-
stantial interests are affected by the Depart-
ment's action or. proposed action; (d) A
statement of material facts disputed by peti-
tioner, if,any; (e) A statement of facts which
petitioner contends warrant reversal or mod-
ification of the Department's action or pro-
posed action; (f) A statement of which rules
or statutes petitioner contends require re-
versal or modification of the Department's
action.or proposed action; and (g) A state-
ment of the relief sought by petitioner, stat-
ing precisely the action petitioner wants the
Department to take with respect to the De-
partment's action or proposed action.
If a petition is filed, the administrative hear-
ing process is designed to formulate agency
action. Accordingly, the Department's final
action may be different from the position
taken by it in this Notice. Persons whose
substantial interests will be affected by any
decision of the Department with regard to the
formal determination have the right to peti-
tion to become a party to the proceeding.
.The petition must conform to the require-
ments specified above and be filed (re-
ceived) within 21 days of publication of this
Notice in the Office of General Counsel at
the above address of the Department. Fail-
ure to petition within the allowed time frame
constitutes a waiver of any right such person
has to request a hearing under Section
120.57, F.S., and to participate as a party to
this proceeidng. Any subsequent interven-
tion will only be at the approval of the pre-
siding officer upon motion filed pursuant to
Rule 28-5.207, F.A.C.-
legal no. 7674 published November 10,
2005 in Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper.


NOTICE OF SALE.

Customer Unit
WAYNE BAKER K92
JESSICA ROWLAND K132
SARAH LISKA K155
possessory lien on all of the goods stored in-
the prospective units above. All these items
of personal property are being sold pursuant
to the assertion of the lien on November 26,
2005 at 10:00 a.m. in order to collect the
amounts due from you. The sale will take
place in front of each uit starting at 1053 SE


Hwy. 100, Keystone Heights, FL 32656.
legal no. 7675 published November.10,
2005 in Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper.


PUBLIC SALE
The following vehicles will be sold at public
auction for towing and storage costs:


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REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS

.NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that sealed proposals will be received until 4:00 P.M.,
-Monday, December 19, 2005 at the Clay County Administration Building, Finance
Department, 4th floor, 477 Houston Street, Green Cove Springs; Florida 32043, for the
following:

RFP NO.: 05/06-8, Debris Management and Disaster Related Services,
Clay County, Florida.

Proposals will be opened at 1:00 P.M., or as soon thereafter as possible, on Tuesday,
December 20, 2005 in the Clay County Administration Building, Conference Room "B", fourth
floor, 477 Houston Street; Green Cove Springs, Florida, in the presence of the Finance
Department staff, and/or the Clerk or Deputy Clerk and all other interested persons.
The opened proposals will be read aloud, examined for conformance to specifications,
tabulated, and preserved in the custody of the Finance Department. The Budget and
Finance Committee of the Boardc will- present its recommendations to the Board of
County Commissioners at its meeting of January 24, 2006 or as soon thereafter as pos-
sible.
Proposals will not-be valid unless received by the proposal deadline and in a sealed
envelope marked "Sealed Proposal, RFP NO. 05/06-8, Debris Management and
Disaster Related Services Clay County, Florida ", to be received until 4:00 P.M., Monday,
December 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 requirements, and/or to accept the proposal that, in its judgment, will be
in the best interest of the County of Clay.
Proposals require a five '- .. i p.r.:ern proposal/bid bond and may not be withdrawn
after the scheduled opening time for a period of thirty (30) days.
A person or affiliate who has been placed on the convicted vendor list following a con-
viction for a public entity crime may not submit a bid on a contract to provide any goods
or services to a public entity, may not submit a bid on a contract with a public entity for
the construction or repair of a public building or public work, may not submit bids on leas-
es of .real property to a public entity, may not be awarded or perform.work as a contrac-
tor, supplier, subcontractor, or consultant under a contract with any public entity, and may
not transact business with any public entity in excess of the threshold a-m.:.unjrT p,.:,... d
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. LT00674405


.- ST. JOHNS RIVER WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT
NOTICE OF INTENT TO AMEND/ADOPT RULES

The St. Johns River Water Management District (District gives notice of its
intent to amend or adopt rules addressing the following:
WATER CONSERVATION/LANDSCAPE IRRIGATION
The District proposes to amend Chapter 40C-2, F.A.C. to revise the existing General
Permit By Rule for small irrigation uses.which are below the thresholds established in
40C-2.04(1), F.A.C. requiring a standard general or individual consumptive use permit.
The District currently implements its existing General Permit by Rule for water conserva-
tionrlimiting landscape irrigation from occurring between the hours of 10 a.m. to 4:00 p.m
with a few exceptions. (Rule 40C-2.042, F.A.C.) This applies to all sources of water with
a few exceptions. The proposed amendments further limit the use of water for landscape
-irrigation to no more than two days per week. The permit by rule (40C-2.042(2)(b),
F.A.C.) includes special provisions for the irrigation of new landscape during the estab-
lishment phase and exemptions from the two day per week limitation for certain sources
of water such as reclaimed water, micro-irrigation systems and the use of recycled water
from wet detention ponds if the ponds are not augmented with ground or surface water.
The proposed rule-also contains provisions authorizing local governments that wish to
enforce the District's landscape irritation limitations rule to do so by adopting an ordi-
nance incorporating the rule provisions. If a local government wishes to identify specif-
ic days that irrigation may occur, a schedule is established within the rule for their use.
The proposed amendments also repeal two exemptions regarding landscape irrigation
and convert these to permits by rule as well.
In certain limited circumstances, irrigation of landscape to two days a week may not
be sufficient. In order to address these circumstances, the District proposes a new appli-
cation form for a Standard General Permit for Landscape Irrigation Three Days Per
Week. An applicant must submit this form providing information demonstrating the need
for the additional day of irrigation-arid the current fee for a standard general permit ($50)
to the District for evaluation and determination of issuance or denial. -
Other amendments are proposed to Chapter 40C-2, F.A.C., and .the Applicant's
Handbook for the Consumptive Uses of Water,. that are related to and support the pro-
posed landscape irrigation rule. These include: 1) a definition of "landscape irrigation";
2) the requirement that all available water conservation measures be implemented by a
CUP applicant including those proposed in Rule 40C-2.042(1) or (2) as applicable, as
part of the-demonstration that a proposed use of water is reasonable-beneficial; and 3)
the requirement that public supply utilities provide water conservation information to cus-
tomers regarding landscape irrigation, including the requirement contained with Rule
40C-2.042, F.A.C.
The.above listed rules will be adopted (filed with the Department of State) no.sooner
than 14 days following publication of this notice and will be effective 20 days after filing.
This notice is only a summary of the foregoing rules; a copy of the complete text of the
rules may be obtained by writing: Norma Messer, Rules Coordinator, St. Johns River
Water Management District, 4049 Reid 'Street, Palatka, Florida 32177-2529, email
nmesser@sjrwmd.com, or by visiting the District's website at www.sjrwmd.com.
legal no. 7664 published November 10, and December 2, 2005 in Clay County's
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Fiscal Years Beginning July 1, 2006 June 30, 2011

The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), District Two, announces a public
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June 30, 2011) to -which all persons are invited to attend and be heard. Assistance
for disabled persons may be arranged by contacting Mr. Bill Henderson, District
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counties.

DATE AND TIME: Monday, December 5, 2005, at 5:30 p.m.
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The proposed improvements have been developed in accordance with the Civil Rights
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United States Civil Rights Act any persons) or beneficiary who believes they have been
subjected to discrimination because of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin,
disability or familial status may file a written complaint to the Florida Department of
Transportation's Equal Opportunity Office in Tallahassee or contact the District's Title
VI and Title VIII Coordinator in Lake City.

Central Office: Florida Department of Transportation;, Equal Opportunity Office,
605 Suwannee Street MS 65, Tallahassee, FL 32399-0450

District Office: Florida Department of Transportation, District Two, Title VI &
Title VIII Coordinator, 1109 South Marion Avenue MS 2016, Lake City, FL 32025-
5874

This Public Hearing is being conducted pursuant to Section 339.135(4)(c), Florida
Statutes, to consider the Department's Tentative Work Program for the period 2006-07
through 2010-11, and to consider the necessity of making any changes to the Program.

Written comments from the Commissions and other interested parties will be received
by the:Department at the Public Hearing and within ten days thereafter. Comments
should be addressed to:


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Additionally, a ses-
sion was taped to air
on the public access.
Channel 29, to help
continue spreading
the word out into the
community. Our im-
mediate goal is mov-
ing forward to gain
approval of the plan
by the. beginning of
2006.
We've talked about
why this long-range
plan is so important
to Clay County. WilliamFruth, Pol
Today we're provid- abouttheeconoi
ing highlights of the economic develop
plan itself. The actu-
al components of "Focus on the Fu-
ture" are broken down into "tasks"
to be accomplished within the next
one to five years. Some ofthe tasks,
in essence, enhance the programs


licom, speaks with elected officials and the public
mic state of Clay County and the strategic plan for
ipment.
we already have in place. Great em-
phasis is placed on establishing
additional programs that address
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CHRISTMAS ON WALNUT STREET
December 2 & 3, 2005
Green Cove Springs
Friday: 5:30-10:00 p.m.
Saturday: 9:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m.
Friday events: Lighting of the city
Christmas Tree. lighting of the Parade
of Trees in Spring Park. music,
entertainment, rood and beverages,.
children's games, honoring students
J.rom area schools for essays, poetry
& art work and honoring the men and
women of our armed forces who %will
not be home for Christmas
GREEN COVE SPRINGS
CHRISTILAS PARADE
December 3, 2005
Green Cove Springs
2:00 p.m.
For details, call 529-2200
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS LIGHTED
CHRISTMAS PARADE
December 3, 2005
Keystone Heights
6:00 p.m.
Starts at the Lions Club, proceeds
east on Peach Street, then north
on Lawrence through the city
to Fleming Street
For information, call (352)473-5051
FIRST COAST WINTER LIGHTS
December 9, 2005 January 1, 2006
Reynolds Park Yacht Center
Drive through wondrous light
displays, listen to Christmas music
on your radio and watch the big
screen while you wait and end with ice
skating in Florida!
Food & beverages available
Visit ww.firstcoastwinterlights.com
for more info or call 904-284-4667
LIGHTED MIDDLEBURG
CHRISTMAS PARADE
December 10, 2005
Sta: ts at Middleburg
Baptist Church
6:00 p.m.
Call 838-5567 for more information
If you have an event you
would like to get on our
community calendar,
email the information to
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November 14, 2005
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7:30 p.m.
Free tickets available to the
general public. Call the box office
at 276-6750 for tickets
CLAY COUNTY CHAMBER OF
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OPPORTUNITIES MIXER
November 16,2005
Buzzy's Incredible Edibles & Cafe
5:00 7:00 p.m.
Complimentary hors d'eouvres,
cash bar, networking & door prizes
Chamber Bucks will be $600
(Must be present to win)
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November 25-27, 2005
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Remarks By Bob Krieger


Chairman of the Board 2005/2006


Annual Dinner


- October 27,2005


I would once
again like to thank ,
David Robertson,
and the 2004-2005
Board of Directors,
as well as all the
other. volunteers,
for the time and
talent they donat-
ed to the Clay Coun- Bo1Krieer
ty Chamber this past year. I also
want to thank the Chamber Mem-
bers who invested time on the
Strategic Plan for Economic Devel-
opment and on the Capital Cam-
paign for Economic Development. I
believe all these people devote their
time to the Chamber because they
believe in its mission and want to
see its vision fulfilled. -
As you may already know, the
Chamber's vision is quite simple,
"To be recognized as the premier
community partner in promoting a
prosperous business community."
Let us remember the reason for the
Chamber is to do whatever is nec-
essary to keep this area's economic
condition such that people will be
willing to risk their resources here in
the hope of making a profit.
In the coming year, the Board of
Directors is going to continue to
focus on the future by continuing
the great work that has already
begun and by working toward sev-
eral goals to help the Chamber rec-
ognize its vision.
At our last Board meeting, based
on the information from the Board


Retreat and the input from the Ad-
visory Councils, we agreed to focus
on fewer, defined goals. We will also
use a tracking schedule to keep us
focused and prevent add on proj-
ects or events. This does not mean
that we will not be flexible, but it
does acknowledge that we have lim-
ited resources and we don't want to
get too spread out.
There are six goals that the 2005-
2006 Board plans to tackle this year.
They include:
1. Implementation of our Eco-
nomic Development Plan
2. Enhancing perception of
Chamber as an influential leader in
the business community
3. Increase membership en-
hancements
4. Take a stance on the Outer
Beltway
5. Well County Initiative
6. Tourism and Film Developmerit
First is the implementation of
our Economic Development. Plan.
The plan will target high wage, high
skilled jobs to our county over the
next 20 years. Under the leadership
of Matt Welch, Chairman of the
Economic Development Advisory
Board, we have the leadership for
successful implementation.
Second is enhancing the percep-
tion of the Chamber as an influen-
tial leader in the business
community. These efforts will in-
clude a new branding campaign,
obtaining certification for the
Chamber through the FL Associa-


CLAY COUNTY.

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE STAFF

Kellie Jo Kilberg, President 264-2651
Maria Aselage Director of Communications &
Membership 264-0718
Danita Andrews. Director of Economic Development 264-1005
Eve Szymanski, Director of Tourism Development
Division 394-7401
Greg Voss, Butsiness Development Manager 264-7503
Kimberly Bashant, Administrative Assistant 264-2651
Maria Goodwin, Grants & Research Coordinator 264-7373
Betty Hicks, Office Manager 394-7198
Margaret Jolmson, Investor & Events Coordinator 264-7373


OFFICIALS
CHAIRMAN
Robert Krieger
CHAIRMAN ELECT
Ted McGowan
CHAIR FINANCE
Tim Coleman


DIRECTORS


George A. Bush
Mark Butterworth
Barbara Coleman
Diane Hutchings
Marge Hutton
Greg Moorehead
Bobbi Nagle
David Phillips


David Robertson
Van Royal
Lee Sackett
Jerry Scally
Theresa Smith
Brian Sponaugle
Matt Welch


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

Next Issue: Dec. 8 News Deadline: Nov. 16
Ad Deadline: Nov. 29


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tion of Chamber Professionals, as a
perquisite to accreditation by the
US Chamber. :
Third is providing -increased
membership enhancements. Under
Greg Moorehead, Chair of Members
and Investor Relations, this will be
a two-year process to. complete.
The objective is to get feedback
from our members regarding a4
tiered dues structure that is tied
into'a cafeteria style selection of
services. A member who simply
wants to attend mixers would have
lower dues than a member that
wants to participate or sponsor
scheduled events. This process will
require good communication with
our members and some tweaking
before an end product can be im-
plemented. Our recruitment efforts
will focus on quality rather than
quantity of members. Membership
drives will not entail arm twisting
but rather target business owners
who want to get involved and work
towards our mission. Membership
is truly an investment and the ben-
efits are the opportunities.present-
ed to sell one's services: and
themselves. And it should be rec-
ognized that the Chamber may not:
.be for everyone. But we do hope to
see membership revenues increase
by over 30% and retention to be
maintained at 85%. Other enhance-
ments include making the Chamber
website more user friendly, updat-
ing the Economic .Development.
website, developing a quarterly
newsletter that will gauge and re-
port economic trends within' the
county, moving our membership di-
rectory in-house and improving the
contents of the monthly newsletter.
Fourth is developing and pro-
moting a position on Outer Beltway.
The Chamber is at a point where in
2006 it \ill have to take a stand with
regards to which of the proposed
routes under consideration it will


support. The outer beltway is vital
for our strategic plan and we believe
the Chamber must be a loud and
persistent voice in the community
as the debate continues over the
final route. We want to build a
strong relationship with St. Johns
County Commission and continue
strengthening ties with our own
-Board of County Commissioners
SFifth is working on the Well
County Initiative. This involves cre-
ating a healthy work place for all
businesses in Clay County. As you
know, the better an employee feels,-
the more productive he or she will
be. As part Of the Well County Ini-.,
tiative, we will be implementing on-
line registration for the upcoming
Health Screening program.: With
registration being as easy as a click-
of-the-mouse,.I believe we will have
a record year for this annual event,
Sixth is continuing the efforts-of
the Tourism and Film Development
Division. That advisory board has
recently created three task forces.
Their goal is to cluster events so
that visitors will have a reason to
stay overnight in Clay County; thus
increasing the number of heads in
beds. Brian Sponaugle is our new
leader as Chair of the Tourism and
Film Development Advisory Board.
As we focus on the coming year,
the.Board sees great potential. We
must all stay focused, Whenever a
new program is proposed in the fu-
ture, 5.key questions will be dis-
cussed before the program will be
considered. Going through the
process of answering these ques-
tions will guarantee quality pro-
grams that will aid in the Chambers
long-term viability. We have every
confidence that our plans for the
next twelve months will not only be
challenging and fun but also contin-
ue the efforts of the last 2 years in
consolidating and building a
stronger Chamber of Commerce.


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Reception Celebrates the Capital


Campaign for Economic Development


By Danita Andrews, Director of Economic
Development
A reception celebrating the
Chamber of Commerce's Focus on
the Future milestones was held on
Thursday, October 13 at Club Con-
tinentalin Orange Park. Guests in-
cluded current investors, new
investors in the economic develop-
ment initiative and the Chamber of
Commerce boards.
The evening included a presenta-
tion by Matt Welch, Chair of the
Economic Development Advisory
Board. He provided an overview of
the 2004-2005 program accomplish-
ments including highlights of activ-
ities. Additionally, all in attendance
celebrated the advancement of the
countywide strategic plan for eco-
nomic development and the capital


campaign, which is well on the way
to achieving a stretch goal of $1.4.
million. These programs combined
effectively raise the bar and ensure
continued economic development
success for Clay County.


Mantt weic, nair 01 oe Economic Dueeiopment AdUISOrv noaro, gives
a status report on the capital campaign.


Dozens of investors in the Economic Development capital campaign
attended the Focus on the Future celebration.


DEVELOPMENT, FROM PAGE I


shortcomings that exist within our
community today. The intent is to
take advantage of the opportuni-
ties, turn around the negatives and
make our county more competitive
to business attraction and
retention.
.1. Expand the existing industry
program to help our primary em-
ployers grow.
2. Expand the economic develop--
ment marketing outreach program
to site consultants, enhance the.
website to include IEDC data stan-
dards and continue to maintain the
Cornerstone regional relationship.
3. Plan and establish a "Start-Up"
program and establish educational
relationships for technical assis-
tance.
4. Identify a dedicated source of
funding for an expanded aggressive
economic development program.
5.Establish criteria that deter-
mine the conditions under which a
primary employer will receive an in-
centive to expand in or locate to
Clay County and explore develop-
ment of a more comprehensive
business incentive program.


6. Identify sites and develop one
or two multi-use "Enterprise
Parks," between 200 and 500 acres
because having readily available ap-
proved improved sites are critical to
future job growth.
7. Develop a comprehensive
worker training system which has
the ability to create and fund cus-
tomized training programs for qual-
ified primary businesses.
8. Pursue the construction of a
limited access highway, traveling
from the north through the central
part of the county then turning east
to St. Johns County.
9. Join in a partnership with the
St. Johns River Community College
to create long term programs be-
cause institutions of higher educa-
tion can be a catalyst for economic
growth.
10. Work with our local govern-
ment and municipalities to review
the "Business Climate": or regula-
tions to determine if negative im-
pacts exist and explore expedited
permitting for projects involving
qualified primary employers.
11. The success of the economic
development plan depends upon
the support of the community so an


outreach program will be estab-,
lished regarding the need for and
the content of the plan. In addition,
the community will be invited to
participate in an annual gathering
to discuss the status of the Focus
on the Future plan implementation.
Keep in mind the overall goal
from 2005 2024 is to create 10,000
more primary industry jobs in Clay
County to lessen our dependence
on Duval County, to raise the aver-
age wage levels and grow the quali-
ty of Clay County's tax base. There
is no quick-fix; instead we're looking
at an aggressive long
term-steady focused
job growth initiative.
Different committees
or task forces within
the Economic Devel-
opment Division are
and will be assigned
to work on real es-
tate, workforce,
transportation, utili-
ties, education, local
government rela-
tions, community de-
mographics and
community assets as Members of the ci
the foundation for at- needs to be done t


training quality job growth goals for
our community. There is a tremen-
dous amount of opportunity within
our community for achieving these
goals. Moreover, we have a tremen-
dous support base within the lead-
ership of the Economic
Development Advisory Board and
the Chamber of Commerce that are
committed to the plan and laying
the groundwork for success. We'd
like to count on your support as well
and look forward to working with
you.


community listen to William Fruth talk about what
to improve the Clay County economy.


Community Partners Program
As a way of saying THANKS FOR-YOUR SUPPORT, the Clay County Fair
Association, Inc., is proud to announce a program for Clay County
Businesses and Service Club Members. The program allows your group to
purchase Advance Tickets for the 2006 Blue Ribbon CLAY COUNTY
AGRICULTURAL FAIR at a discounted price. This offer-is for a limited
time only!
Plan: The above groups can support our Award Winning Fair by
purchasing advance tickets for your employees, family and friends.
Price: The price is only $4 each with a minimum of 25 ($100) plus
shipping and handling ($3.00 per order). Gate price is $7 at fair time.
How: just call the Fair Office at 904-284-1 615, or email us at
clayfair@bellsouth.net
Support the 2006 Clay County Agricultural Fair by
purchasing advance tickets at the discounted price!





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The Chamber of Com-
merce welcomes Fritz
Behring to Clay County!
Mr. Behring is the new
county manager and be-
gins his job on Dec. 2nd.
The Chamber hosted a
reception for all the


county manager candi-
dates on November 7th.
Pictured here are (from
left to right) Matt Welch,
Elkins Constructors;
Theresa Smith, CGS
Consulting Engineers
and Fritz Behring.


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Eve Szvmanski


(From The Clay County Tourism Bug)


October was like New Years! It
was the beginning of a new fiscal'
year and we had a chance to gather
all the numbers and look at our
milestones for the 2004-2005 year in
the Tourism Department. The 4th
quarter (July through September)
was the highest 4th quarter we have
ever had with $93,098 collected in
bed taxes. Our bed tax collections
for the year surpassed our best
number ever with $383,814 (we
reached $383,480 in 2000). Super
Bowl helped. February is usually a
strong month in the North Florida
area. We have averaged $31,177 in
February taxes for the past five
years. Super Bowl in February 2005
brought iln an additional $15,000.
We are up a total of $33,000 from last
year. We attribute this to addition-
al rooms from hurricane displace-
ments even though we did not.have
the number of hurricanes we did
last year. Additionally, we had some
wonderful events, better exposure
through the website, more promo-
tions and better partnering. We
have had, almost four times the
number of inquiries from last year.
We have booked less leads, but they
are for larger groups. We average
31,500 hits- on our- www.clay-


tourism.com website per month. It
makes sense that if people are look-
ing at us, some of them must be
coming our way!
Speaking of great events we
attended the 3rd (our first) Annual
Soul Food Festival on Halloween
weekend. There was a parade, ven-
dors, entertainment and of course,
great southern soul food cooking.
By lunchtime, folks were lined up
for ribs, chicken, greens, gumbo,
cornbread, cotton candy, candy ap-
ples and sweet potato pie! There
were softball games, football games,
a playground, car show, a pie eating
contest and more! I can't wait until
next year!
We were also at the 1-75 Welcome
Center for the Fall Festival and to
welcome visitors to Florida.
By the time this goes .to press, we
will have already celebrated the First
Coast Ham Jam being back in Clay
County. Welcome Home Ham Jam!
Get ready for the famous First
Coast Winter Lights coming to
Reynolds Park Yacht Center on
Dec. 2 4, Dec. 9 11, and then start-
ing on Dec. 14 January 1. Drive
through two miles of fabulous light-
ed Christmas displays in the com-
fort of your car and then strap on


Here are some high steppers --
getting into the mood for the
Soul Food Festival.


some ice skates to get you
into the Christmas spirit! Ice skat- of many Clay County events. Go to
ing in Florida! (Is that an oxy- www.clavtourism.com, www.clay-
moron?) Go to chamber.org or call
www.firstcoastwinterlights.com for (904) 394-7401 or email eszymans-
information and sponsorships. ki()claychamber.com for more
See the calendar below for dates information.

The Great Clay County Bug

Out has a Winner!


Diana Robbins from First Na-
tional Bank was the $100 Savings
Bond winner of the Great Clay
County Bug Out contest at the
October 18th Networking Oppor-
tunities Mixer at Thrasher-Horne
Center for the Arts. She spotted
the Tourism Bug at. First Nation-

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Eve Szymanski con-
gratulates Diana
Robbins as the Octo-
her winner of the
Great Clay County
Bug Out Contest.


al Bank on Blanding Boulevard.
The Great Clay County Bug
Out is brought to you by none
other than Bug Out Service, Inc.
Good news for us bad news for
bugs! The Clay County Tourism
Bug is made possible by Ash Tis-
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November-December Calendar of Events:


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11/19-20
11/26

12/2-4
12/3/05
12/2-3
12/3
12/3
12/9-11
12/9-11
12/10
12/10
12/11
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FL Equestrian Celebration 2005
1st Cst Hunter Jumper Assoc Hrse
ofYr.
First Coast Winter Lights
Keystone Hts. Lighted Christmas Prde
Christmas on Walnut Street
GCS Christmas Parade
Dixie Plantation So. Stallion Shwcse
First Coast Winter Lights
Charles Dickens A Christmas Carol
4H Club Winter Series Horse Show
Middleburg Lighted Christmas Prde
1st Coast Hunter Jumper Hrse Show
First Coast Winter Lights


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Keystone Hts.
GCS iGreen Cove Springs)
GCS
Jax Equest. Cntr
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Middleburg
CCFG
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NEW OFFICER, FROM PAGE I
Scally (Aaron Group), At-Large;
and George A. Bush, County Com-
missioner Representative.
The Chamber also honored sev-
eral members at the Annual Dinner.
Jon Cantrell (Journal Publishing
Group Clay Today) received the
"Business Person of the Year"
Award. Carol Taylor (Beacon En-
terprises, Inc.) received the award
for Ambassador of the Year. Addi-
tionally, outgoing Chairman David
Robertson gave the Chairman's
Award to six individuals who over-
saw two extraordinary projects over
the past year. The first Chairman's


Award was given to Ted McGowan,
Joe Hapi (Reynolds Park Yacht
Center) and George Francisco
(Sports Tourism Development As-
sociation of Clay County) for organ-
izing Clay County's Super
Celebration. The second Chair-
man's Award was given to Bob
Krieger, Mark Butterworth and
Jack Myers (Reinhold Corporation)
for overseeing the "Focus on the Fu-
ture" Capital Campaign for Eco-
nomic Development.
Additionally, the Chamber pre-
sented a slide show highlighting
2004/2005 while the new Chairman
of the Board informed the group of
his vision for the upcoming year.


Members of the 2005/2006 Board of Directors take the oath of office at the Annual Dinner.


Bob Krieger, Orange Park Medical Center; lack Myers, Reinhold Corporation; and Mark Butterworth, The 2004/2005 Board of Directors receive their plaques at the Annual Dinner.
BellSouth pose with David Robertson. They are the winners of the Chairman's Award for the Focus
on the Future Initiative for Economic Development.


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


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.


Priority Care


Major Attention for Minor Emergencies


o one looks forward to a trip to the Emergency
Department, but if you are like most people you may
need to make that trip at some point in your life -
whether for yourself or f6r someone you love.
Have you ever wondered exactly what is an emer-
gency? A medical emergency is any condition that
needs medical treatment immediately and can 't wait
for a routine doctor i visit. Emergencies, how% ever,
come in all shapes and sizes.
A medical emergency can cover a wide \ variety of
medical problems from a bee sting to a heart attack.
The professionals at Orange Park Medical Center


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recognized the need to ensure fast, appropriate care
for all medical emergencies. To help meet this need,
the hospital expanded and relocated its Priority
Care, which has its own emergency physician and
nursing staff to exclusively treat patients with minor
emergencies.
.Priority Care's philosophy is to provide immedi-
ate attention to patients with minor emergencies.
Priority Care patients are not vying for attention
with the more serious emergencies. The goal of the
program is to reduce wait times for all patients visit-
ing either the Emergency Department or Priority


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The Chamber Welcomes

New Members


The Chamber hosted its quarter-
ly New Member Orientation on Oc-
tober 18 at the Thrasher-Home
Conference Center. More than a
dozen new members attended the
event where they learned more






New members lis-
ten and learn
aboutallthe
Chamber has to
offer their busi-
ness.


about the Chamber, how to get in-
volved in the various committees
and how the organization can help
grow their business.
The next new member orientation
is scheduled for January.


Thrasher-Horne Hosts

Networking Mixer


The Thrasher-Horne Center for
the Arts hosted the October Net-
working Opportunities Mixer. In
addition to enjoying drinks and
appetizers, those
at the event got .
the chance to take
advantage of spe-
cial ticket prices
for upcoming
shows at the
Thrasher-Horne.
Close to 100 people
attended the
event:. I


Join us for the next mixer on
November 16 from 5:00 7:00 p.m.
at Buzzy's Incredible Edibles and
Caf6 located on CR 220.


Greg Moorehead of First
National Bank, Bill Aselage
of Cruiselne of Fleming Is-
land and Mail Justice of
Reliant Advisors of Florida
talk at the Networking
Mixer.



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Tony Walsh, of the Thrasher-Home Center for the Arts laughs with
Bobby Ingram of Molly Hatchet.


Chamber Officials

Meet with Clay County

Legislative Delegation


On Wednesday, October 26, Gov-
ernment Affairs Chairperson, Marge
Hutton (Jacksonville Orthopaedic
Institute) presented the Chamber's
Business Advocacy Agenda to the
Clay County Legislative Delegation
meeting at the County Administra-
tion Building in Green Cove
Springs. The Delegation, which
consists of Rep. Jennifer Carroll,
Rep. Aaron Bean, Rep. Joe Pickens,
Rep. Dick Kravitz, Rep. Bill Proctor,
Senator Steve Wise and Senator
Evelyn Lynn, lis-
tened to several is-
sues of concern to
Clay County. In-
cluded in the agen-
da are
transportation and
the need for an
outer-beltway. ef-_
forts to lower the
high cost of health
care for employers
and employees, as
well as economic
initiatives, which
improve and facili- Representative Bill
tate state and local tionl.Commissionei
government part- County Delegation r


nerships to attract and/or retain
employers in Florida. "Our delega-
tion is a very cohesive group," said
Marge Hutton, "and we are deter-
mined to keep Clay County issues
on the front burner."
Following the meeting, the
Chamber hosted a reception for the
delegation at Magnolia Point Golf
and Country Club. It was attended
by several members of the delega-
tion as well as approximately 50
members of the Chamber.


Proctor talks with Jack Myers (Reinhold Corpora-
r Harold Rutledge and his wile, Heather at the Clay
exception.


"Chamber Bucks"

Walter Wilgong of City College in Gainesville could have WON the
Chamber's $200 jackpot, but he had to be present at October's
Chamber Connection to win. Don't let. this be you next. month! Be
sure to mark your calendars for Wednesday. November 16th for the
next Networking Opportunities Mixer.
The jackpot will roll over to $600 and we will draw names until
someone walks away with the cash! Be sure to join us at Buzzy's In-
credible Edibles & Cafe from 5:00 7:00 p.m. Perhaps you'll be $600
richer by the end of the evening.
This program is sponsored every month

AniSouth Bank
BB&T/Branch Banking & Trust Co.
Community First Credit Union
Compass Bank
First Florida Credit Union
First National Bank
Heritage Bank of North Florida
Prosperity Bank
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Small Business of


the Month

Carme DM


Area Beautification


Business of the Month

Gordon Chevrolet


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CONGRATULATIONS to adver-
tising agency, Carpe DM for being
selected as November's Small Busi-
ness of the Month.
Carpe DM, a full service advertis-
ing agency, was established in 1997
to help businesses find and keep
profitable customers. The market-
ing communication firm offers
strategic planning, research, design,
copywriting, illustration, media
planning, and
printing/mailing/broadcast produc-


tion services.With an average of 18
years of advertising experience,
Carpe DM's specialists can help any
firm solve their marketing chal-
lenges.
To encourage marketers to ex-
plore how Carpe DM can solve their
marketing challenges, the agency
offers a free, Opportunity Assess-
ment, which provides strategic
guidance, creative evaluation, and
targeting recommendations. The
offer can be redeemed by mailing
the agency at offer(acarpedm.info
or contacting Lee Sackett at
877/4CARPEDM. For more informa-
tion on Carpe DM, check out their
website at www.carpedm.info.


Congratulations to Gordon
Chevrolet as the Area Beautifica-
tion Business of the Month.
Gordon Chevrolet is located at
1166 Blanding Boulevard in Orange
Park and has proudly been part of
the Clay County business commu-
nity and a Chamber member for,
over fourteen years. They are the
only dealership in North East Flori-
da that pre-discounts all of their
new and used ve-
hicles in order to ] H
make your shop- 7 -
ping experience as s
enjoyable as possi- j
ble. They call it
"One Price Sell-
ing." You need
not be a skilled ne-
gotiator to get a .
greatdeal at Gor-
don because it's -
already on the or-
ange tag hanging
in the window of
each vehicle. ,


That, combined with great service,
is why over two thousand people a
year purchase their vehicles from
-Gordon. Gordon Chevrolet, New
and Used Vehicles, Service, Parts
and Collision Center, on South
Blanding in Orange Park.
Gordon Chevrolet can be con-
tacted by phone at 272-2200 or
visit their website at
www.gordonchevy.com.


Donna Ricciardelli is
the Clay County Cham-
ber of Commerce's Am-
bassador of the Month!
Donna and her hus-
band. Joe own and oper-
ate the Sign-A-Rama sign
store located at 14 Bland-
ing Boulevard. She has
been an active member of
the Chamber since they
opened their business in
July of 2004 and recently
became a gold Ambas-
sador. Donna feels that
the many events the
Chamber sponsors each
month have been key to
the success of their store
because of all the net-
working opportunities and
friendships fostered there.
-There are numerous opportu-
nities to share "war stories' with
other business owners which
are invaluable to a new busi-
ness owner. The support is in-
credible. Also. the Chamber
offers a number of ways to give
back to the community
through its targeted annual


BUSINESS COUNCIL

MEETINGS


events."
With over 700 locations,
Sign-A-Rama is the largest full-
service sign company in the
world. What Joe and Donna
can't. make in their shop, they
can have made through their
extensive Sign-A-Rama re-
sources. Drop by for a visit
anytime. Donna says, "Our
signs mean business!"


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NORTH AREA BUSINESS
COUNCIL LUNCHEON
November 16, 2005
11:30 a.m.
Country Club of Orange Park
Program: Toys for Tots
Foundation with presenter
Joseph Lopez, Sergeant USMC
Please bring a new, unwrapped
-toy or make check payable to:
Toys for Tots Foundation
If you cannot make the meeting,
there will be a drop box at the
Chamber
Cost: $10.00
Please RSVP by noon on
November 15th to 264-2651
SOUTHEAST AREA


BUSINESS COUNCIL
LUNCHEON
November 17,2005-
11:30 a.m.
Buzzy's Incredible Edibles & Cafe
Program: Networking Social
Cost: $10.00
Please RSVP by noon on
November 16th to 264-2651
ALL AREA BUSINESS
COUNCIL CHRISTMAS
LUNCHEON
December 7, 2005
11:30 a.m.
The Hilltop Club
Cost: $15.00
Please RSVP by noon on
December 6th to 264-2651


Committee Calendar


November 14 4:04 p.m.
Networking Opportunities
Committee Meeting

November 16 8:00 a.m.
Government Affairs Conunittee
Meeting
(NOTE: Date Change)

November 17 4:00 p.m.
Chamber's Board of Directors
Meeting

November 24 Chamber
Closed
Thanksgiving Day

November 25 Chamber
Closed
Thanksgiving Holiday

December 1 3:00 p.m.
Membership Committee Meeting

December 1 3:30 p.m.
Business Council Chairman's


Meeting

December 1 4:00 p.m.
Business Development
Advisory Board Meeting

December 2 8:00 a.m.
Business Education Partnership
Committee Meeting

December 7 8:00 a.im.
Ambassador Committee
Meeting

December 12 4:04 p.m.
Networking Opportunities
Committee Meeting

December 13 8.00 a.m.
Economic Development
Advisory Board Meeting

December 14 9:00 a.m.
Tourism Development
Advisory Board Meeting
(Reynolds Park)


Ambassador of


the Month


Donna Ricciardelli


Novembef -:,2005


COMMITTEES.


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LEADERSHIP
CLAY


The class receives a tour ol the Clay County Courthouse.


Class Takes an Inside

Look at "Law & Order"


nications Officer and where they
were briefed on what happens when
a call comes into the Sheriff's Office.
The afternoon concluded with a dis-
cussion on weapons and safety, and
a demonstration from the SWAT


team and the K-9 Unit.
Are you interested in participat-
ing in Leadership Clay 2006? If so,
contact Greg Voss at. gvoss@clay-
chamber.com to learn more about
the program.


October was "Justice and Law En-
forcement Day" for Leadership Clay.
The class spent the day getting an in-
side look at the court and criminal
system in Clay County. Special
thanks to John Tabor at AmSouth
for arranging the day.
The class spent the morning at the
Clay County Courthouse listening to
presentations from Jimmy Jett,
Clerk of the Court; Dan Skinner,
Chief Assistant State's Attorney for
Clay County; Ted Helmuth, Chief As-
sistant Public Defender for Clay
County; and the Honorable Judge
William A. Wilkes, Administrative
Judge. The speakers discussed how
the justice system works in Clay


County. Additionally, the class re-
ceived a tour of the courthouse.
After a busy morning,, the class got
the chance to relax at noontime.
Thank you to Ronnie's Wings, Oys-
ters and More in Green Cove Springs
for hosting lunch for the class.
The afternoon centered on law
enforcement in Clay County. Sheriff
Rick Beseler gave the class an
overview of the Sheriff's office, then
the class made its way to the jail.
Detention officers guided the class
through an extensive tour of the jail.
They got the chance to see where
the general population is housed,
along with the confinement area.
Next, the class toured the Commu-


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The class sits in a courtroom and learns more about the justice system in Clay County.


Leadership Clay 2006: Why You Should


Consider Joining the Class
ono n : r---


BV Lois Shaw. Affordable Marketing
President. Class f 2005
When I first heard about Leader-
ship Clay in the Chamber newslet-
ter, I was interested, though I didn't
know much about it. After receiv-
ing an invitation from the Chamber
which explained it in more detail, I
knew I had to be in it.
The fee seemed steep, but I dug
until I found the funding because I
wanted to be involved.
My parents raised me to be a car-
ing citizen: always vote; let your
voice be heard for inequities and
stand up for what you believe in. I
am a leader in my homeowner's as-
sociation, Boy Scouts & Cub Scouts,
and'other local organizations.
. As I filled out the application for
Leadership Clay 2005, I listed the is-
sues I would like to work on after
completing the course: Transporta-
tion; Economic Development and
Local Government-with more resi-
dent participation. Those issues
are still high on my list. One year
'ago I had simplistic ideals of how I
could make a difference in these
areas. After attending the classes I
now know there is nothing- simplis-
tic about making change happen.
But I still strongly believe changes
can and will be made.
As a Clay County resident, prop-
erty owner and.business owner, I
have an emotional, economic and
almost spiritual belief in our coun-
ty. Leadership Clay has only made
these feelings stronger.
Being in Leadership Clay has
been a great experience. I, have
learned so much about the county,
state and other agencies that make
up our community. The curriculum


was well planned and gave me a
wonderful insight into how our part
of the world works. The other peo-
ple in Leadership Clay 2005 are no
longer my classmates, they are my
friends..
My favorite session was the Local
& State Government and the trip
to Tallahassee. What a wonderful
experience to watch our legislators
in action.
The event that made the biggest
impact on me is the Class Project.
We helped Quigley House prepare
retail space for their new Thrift
Store. The first couple weeks were
daunting because I didn't know
what to do or what I could.do. After
Sharon Youngerman (Quigley
House Executive Director and
Leadership Clay 2004 graduate)
called for help, I charged in with all
the enthusiasm and energy I had. I
learned how to tear down drywall
and many other things. Personally
I put in many hours at the shop.
Even.my boys helped! The trans-
formation from four shops to one
large retail space was incredible.
The grand opening gave me goose
bumps. Working with Sharon
Youngerman, her staff and.their
Board of Directors was inspiring
and something I will remember and
treasure the rest of my life.
To anyone considering.being in
Leadership Clay, I strongly urge you
find the time, the money and sup-
port from your .family, friends and
business. It will change your life!
Applications for Leadership Clay
2006 are now being accepted. For
more information, contact Greg.
Voss at 264-7503 or at gvoss@clay-
chamber.com.


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Chamber's 2005


Business Person of the Year

Jon Cantrell


Orange Park Area Business Council


Congratulations to the Chamber's
2005 Business Person of the Year, Jon
Cantrell of Journal Community Pub-
lishing Group Clay Today.
Jon has held the title of Publish-
er and General Manager for the
Clay Today for seven years. Clay
Today has locations in Orange Park,
Ponte Vedra, and Julington Creek.
The Clay Today is a newspaper
which offers news and information
on the local community as well as
offering advertising and marketing
space for businesses. In addition to
the newspaper, Clay Today also
publishes other publication includ-
ing Argyle Today, Florida's First
Coast Real Estate Magazine and
the Clay County Chamber of Coim-
merce's monthly LINKS newsletter.
Jon's approach to business is
geared toward personal relation-
ships, being honest, following upL
with customers and helping others
achieve their goals. When it comes,
to business, Jon believes the best ap-
proach is to take the high road and
go the extra mile to do the job right.
. Jon's involvement with the
Chamber includes sitting on the
Ambassadors Committee, Tourism
and Film Development Advisory


He is the 2004/2005 Business Person of the Year.


Board. Golf Tour-
nament. Commit-
tee. and Area
Beaut ifi cation
Committee. Addi-
tionally, he has,
chaired the Market,-
ing Committee. He
is a member of t he
Florida Press Asso-
ciation. Community
Papers of Florida,
and Southern.
Newspaper Associ-
ation and an award
winner for each of
those organiza-
tions. Additionally,
Jon has donated
time to other or-
ganizations such as
the Orange Park
Rotary, Orange
Park Assembly of
God Church,
YMCA where he is
a board member,;as
well as co-chairing
the annual
fundraiser for the
Black Creek Boy
Scouts.


Area Councils Name Their


2004/2005 Business Person of the Year


Each year, the Area Councils name
a Business Person of the Year. After
receiving nominations, the council
leadership chooses the person they
believe was extraordinary in their
business practices, Chamber mem-
bership and community involve-
ment. The Area Council Chairmen
voted Jon Cantrell from the Orange
Park Area Business Council as Busi-
ness Person of the Year. Here are the
winners from the three other Area
Councils for the 2004/2005 fiscal year.


ment of Financial Services. She
worked in the marketing department
at Beacon Enterprises, Inc. from
1992-1995. From 1995-1996 she was
with Humana Health Care Plans in
Jacksonville. From 1997 through 2002
she was a Senior Benefit Analyst with
Plan Analysts. Inc of Jacksonville.
Since 2002, she has served as the
Group Benefits Director for Beacon
Enterprises, .inc. in Orange Park, FL.
Carol attributes her success as a
Group Benefits Director to building
strong relationships with clients,
prospects, key vendors, and business
colleagues. Carol views giving back
t.o the community as a business re-
sponsibility. Her participation with
organizations such as United Benefit
Advisors reflects that commit ment.
Carol Taylor has been an active
member of the Chamber for three
years and is currently serving on sev-
eral committees including the Am-
bassadors Committee and the
Military Appreciation Luncheon
Committee. She is currently the
chairperson of the Blood Screening
Committee. In the past, she served


Carol Taylor, on the Golf TournamentCommittee
Beacon Enterprises, Inc. (2003) and the Networking Oppor-
Blanding Area Business Council tunities Committee (2003-2004).
Carol brings a strong set of busi-
ness skills and experience in a career
that has ranged from accounting to
marketingto health care. After re-
ceiving her Bachelor of Science De-
gree in Business Administration from
the University of Central Florida, she
stailted her career in 1989 as a staffac-
count at Leisure Bay in Orlando,
Florida. There, she moved on to hold'
the title of Chief Accountant for the
Florida Automotive Wholesalers As-
sociation in Orlando. From 1990-
1992, she worked with Printing
Association of Florida where she was
responsible for premium billing,
claims auditing, and monthly report-
.ing to the 6tate of-Florida. Depart.-, -Bobbi7Nagle, Unicorn Web -


Development, Inc.
Middleburg Area Business Council-
Bobbi Nagle has been the owner
and president of Unicorn Web De-
velopment. Inc. in lMiddleburg,
Florida for the past six years. _She
offers a variety of customer options
such as web development, hosting,
and maintenance. Bobbi believes
many factors have contributed to
her success. Those include her abil-
ity and willingness to look at "road-
blocks" as opportunities, treating
customers and clients with respect,
and going the extra mile. Addition-
ally, she views her competition as a
positive aspect of growing and im-
proving her business.
Bobbi's involvement with the
Chamber of Commerce has included
a stint as Middleburg Council Pres-
ident from 2001-2003, Chairperson of.
Chamber Connections in 2004 and.
Chairperson of the New Teacher
Welcome Breakfast in 2004. In addi-
tion she has been a part of the Busi-
ness Development Advisory Board
from 2003 to the present. She took
over as Chairman of that Board in
October 2005.
Bobbi has been
a Board Member
for the Clay
Women in Busi-
ness from 2003-
2005, is part of the
International
Writers Guild and .
is a member of
the HTML Writ -
ers Guild. -
Bobbi is a mem-
ber of St. Luke's
Catholic Church.
Denise Buzzy, Buzzy's
Incredible Edibles & Cafe
Southeast Area Business Council
Denise Buzzy has been the owner
of Buzzy's Caf6 in Middleburg for
five years. Beginning in 2000 with-


the opening of Buzzy's Incredible
Edibles, Denise Buzzy has grown
and diversified her business to in-
clude a full service restaurant, retail
store, and bakery as well as offering
a cooking school, an in-house truffle
room, and full catering. She em-
ploys 28 people.
Buzzy's helps local businesses
market themselves with specialty
chocolates molded in the shapes of
company logos and with gift baskets
for clients. Additionally, the cafe of-
fers companies the opportunity to
enhance their staff by offering team
building through cooking classes.-
Denise attributes her business
success to her willingness to grow
incrementally over time. She
started in her home kitchen.
From there she opened a restau-
rant, and hopes to open another
location in Clay County within the
next three years.
Denise is a charter member of
both Clay Women in Business as
well as a member of Women Busi-
ness Owners. She has been hon-
ored with the Clay County
Chamber of
A Commerce's
Small Business
of the Month
Award and the
Chamber's In-
S dustry :of the
Year Entrepre-
Sneur. Addition-
ally, Jacksonville
Magazine hon-
ored Btizzy's for
having the best
cookies in the
area. Denise
supports local sporting teams
and various charities such as
Lighthouse Learning Center, the
American Heart Association,
Quigley House and the Multiple
Sclerosis Society.


November -'2005


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Ribbon Cuttings,


Grand Opening and


Ground Breakings


Authorized Title & Escrow
Authorized Title & Escrow locat-
ed at 7412 State Road 21 in Key-
stone Heights held its ribbon
cutting ceremony on Tuesday, Oc-
tober 4th. Authorized Title & Es-
crow, which is lead by Executive
Director Lily Flanagan, is a full-
service title and escrow company
committed to quality service. With


Cell Phone Central
Cell Phone Central, located at
1670 Wells Road in Orange Park
held its ribbon-cutting ceremony
on Wednesday, October 19. Cell
Phone Central offers a wide array of
cell phone choices and is an au-
thorized carrier of Cingular Wire-


Howard Has-
ten, surround-
ed by hisstaff,
cut the ribbon
at Cell Phone
Central.


more than 20 years of combined ex-
perience in the industry, the staff
takes pride in providing customers
with title services and escrow clos-
ings that are efficient, quick and ac-
curate. Authorized Title welcomes
the opportunity to show you how
the company enjoys taking care of
its customers. They can be reached
at (352) 478-2165.



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ribbon at Authorized
Tile & Escrow in Key-
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less products. Cell Phone Central
opened their doors in July of 2005
and has been a member of the
Chamber of Commerce since April
of 2005. Lead by owners Howard
Haisten and Anthony Bellomo, Cell
Phone Central can be reached at
541-4141.


Advanced Technology &
Software Solutions
5506 Silkwood Lane
Orange Park. FL 32003
Paul Frendahl, 509-6650
Consulting- Business
Bankers Life &
Casualty/Jayne Waldridge
1660 A Vineland Circle
Orange Park. FL 32003
269-0143
Insurance-General
Haught Financial Group, Inc.
8833 Perimeter Park Blvd.,
Ste. 703
Jacksonville, FL 32216
W. Travis Cummings, 642-5350
Insurance-Employee Benefits
& Retirement Planning
Miller Street Neighborhood
Renewal, Inc.
1331 Miller Street
Orange Park, FL 32073
William H. Randall, 215-3305
Clubs, Organizations &
Associations


Oregano's
1490 Park Avenue
Orange Park. FL 32073
Brett Miller. 338-9876
Restaurants
Senior Security Financial
Advisors, Inc.
4841 SR 13
Jacksonville, FL 32259
Jim Weiss, 284-0010
Financial Planning &
Consultants
Watson Realty Corp -
Commercial Investment
9471 Baymeadows Rd., Ste.
207
Jacksonville. FL 32256-7935
Ron Meade, 421-7424
Real Estate-Commercial &
Industrial
Wilson's Accounting & Tax
Service, Inc.
1101 Blanding Blvd., Ste. 114
Orange Park. FL 32065
Roy Wilson, 272-7244
Accounting & Bookkeeping


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News About Our


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


Bill Pipes, President of Brecken-
ridge Pipes & Co. -and Managing
Member of Breckenridge Business
Consultants, LLC has been ap-
proved by the Business Brokerage
Press as an Industry Expert. The
Business Brokerage Press is an es-
tablished leader in business broker
publications. Bill has contributed
information from his years of experi-
ence concerning the value and sale
of Accounting Practices for the edu-
cation of BBP .clients and cus-
tomers. His contribution will also be
published in the 2006 Business Ref-
erence Guide available in January.
Governor Jeb Bush recently
awarded CCAR Services, Inc. the
Points of Light Award for their ex-
emplary service to the community.
CCAR Services provides meaning-
ful program opportunities for peo-
ple with a wide variety of physical
and intellectual challenges. .
The Board of Directors of Her-
itage Bank of North Florida an-


nounced the appointment of Ran-
dolph L. (Randy) Knepper, as Pres-
ident and CEO. Randy replaces
Donald M. Pitts who died unex-
pectedly on May 30, 2005.
WorkSource was the recipient of
the third annual George Kirk-
patrick award' at the Florida Work-
force Summit in Orlando on
October 11. The award recognizes
the regional workforce board that
"has provided services or activities
that best exemplify the creative
spirit of one of Florida's most dy-
namic and energetic authors and
leaders of Florida's remarkable
workforce system." A $50,000 cash
award accompanies the honor.
Bill and Joan Aselage, CruiseOne
of Fleming Island, recently attend-
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on the Carnival Conquest. While on
board, the couple won the award for
the "Best Internet Marketing Cam-
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lIolunteers Needed

The Clay County Salvation Army is currently look-
ing for local businesses to assist with this year's
Holiday Bell Ringing Campaign.

We greatly appreciate the hours of volunteer
help received in last year's kettle drive. You help
make the holiday better for countless families.


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Please call to volunteer at any
of our Clay County locations.
Call 276-6677 Monday-Friday
9am-3pm.



God Bless America '
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Membership Renewals

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Ladies Workout Express
Martinez Communications
Nationwide Insurance, Inc.
Party Pantry, Inc.
R-G Crown Bank-Eagle Harbor
Ravines Musical Revue
Sam's Club
Stone, Joca, Mahoney Consulting Engineers
Unicorn Web Development, Inc.
Wayne Bolla & Associates, Inc.

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By Staff
GREEN COVE SPRINGS- A Michi,-gan
firm that specializes in selling used
vehicles has opened its first Florida
location in Clay County.
RightWa\ Automotie
Credit, which is well
established \ ith nine loca-
Lions throughout Michi-
gan.opened itsoutlet Aug.
19 on Orange Avenue in -...
Green Cove Springs.
RightWav first opened
in Michiganapproximatelh -
eight years ago and has
giro n steadily evei since.
adding, in addition to tus
nine Michigan locations.
another in Chicago. "We
will open in Palatka soon,"
Burnett says. "and we are
looking at a couple of
location, injacksomnille."
"We can finance just
about anmbodv." owner
Doug Burnett saN s. "those
with lessthan perfect cred- Doug Purne, t
it as well as those whose


credit is excellent."
Burnett says that Right Wa' is work-
ing with nine lendersat the present time
but is constantIl adding others.
"Our forte is helping people
reestablish their credit," Burnett sas.
"We put them in a good car and then
help them to upgrade."
Bui nett pointed out that it is harder to


get auto credit than a home mortgage.
That isbecauseL io canI'tdriveahomeoff.
In addition to automotive lending,
Righr\\)a deals in late model used cars.


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"We have all makes and models from
trucks,. both imports and domestic."
Burnett sa\ s. "If we don't have what the
customer wants in stock, we will find it."
Right Wav bus its cars from other
dealers and from auto auctions all over
Florida and Georgia.
RightWav's used auto. can r\ a six
month. 6.)110 mile warrants on the


potwe train. Burnett sa s In addition.
customers wiIll receive free oil changes
for two years.
"We want our customers to be in a
good car," Burnett says.."We
want them to receive good
service and to return. We
want repeat customers; we
want them to return".
Burnett"picti Mnuch grew,
up inJacksonillUe"His father
was in the atitomoti\e
business and Burnett, oneof
several brothers, went to work
with him at an earl' age.
He sa s that his tatherwanted
him to ieall\ learn the
businessoheput hLbnitowork
initial\ in the lowest job,
aailal)leand made him work
lhis waN up. The lessons were
well learned, Burnettsa% s,and
lie has remained inm the autio-
motive field ever since.
Burnettgraduated from
.inr,'t PhotoL Sandalwood High School
rings. in Jacksonville and went
on to Florida Southern
College in Lakeland.
After college he worked for a number
ot auto dealers in theJacksonville area
and in Da\ tona. Most recently. he spent
dhee eai s asFinance Director forGarber.
He left diere toopen Rightwa\.
But nett now lives in Orange Park.
"I'm really luck\." Burnett sa\s.
"1 lo\ e hat I hdo."







5pctinn C-2 CRUISIN' CLAY COUNTY November 10, 2005


2000 BMW Z3, white with
beige leather, automatic, low
miles, clean, sporty convertible,
now $19,850. Call Ash Tisdelle
at 269-2603
2001 BMW 3251, automatic,
5 I k, beige with beige leather,
available at $22,985. Call Ash
Tisdelle at 269-2603
2005 Buick Century Custom,
cc, pl, pm, pw $12,900. Call
Gordon Chevrolet at 272-2200
2002 Cadillac Catera,
$10,728. Call Garber Automa-
II at 264-2442
2004 Chevrolet Aveo LS,
auto, ac, cc, pw $10,900. Call
Gordon Chevrolet at 272-2200
2004 Chevrolet Cavalier LS,
white, 33k, all the toys $11,495.
Call Ray Carter Kia at 771-
6078
2005 Chevy Cavalier,
$11,132. Call Garber Automa-
II at 264-2442
2005 Chevy Cavalier,
$1 1,698. Call Garber Automa-
II at 264-2442
2005 Chevrolet Cavalier, pw,
pm, cc, keyless entry $10,900.
Call Gordon Chevrolet at 272-
2200
2005 Chevrolet Cobalt LS, cc,
pl, pm, pw $13,900. Call Gor-


don Chevrolet at 272-2200
1997 Cadillac Deville, only
59,000 miles, looks like a show-
room car, it's had TLC. see this
one and you'll buy _it $8,950
Call Hart Green Motors, Wells
Road, at 215-9500
2000 Cadillac Deville, I
owner, low miles, 39k $13,988.
Call Frank Griffin at 269-1033
2005 Chevy Impala, ps, pw, pl,
pm $14,900. Call Gordon
Chevrolet at 272-2200
2005 Chevy Impala, $14,576.
Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442
2005 Chevrolet Malibu LS
Maxx, cc, pl, pm, pw, cd
$16,400. Call Gordon Chevro-
let at 272-2200
2005 Chevy Malibu Classic,
$12,898. Call Garber Automa-
II at 264-2442
2005 Chevy Malibu Classic,
$12,899. Call Garber Automa-
II at 264-2442
2005 Chevy Malibu LS,
$14,188. Call Garber Automa-
II at 264-2442
2002 Chevrolet Monte Carlo
SS, white, 37k, sunroof, loaded
$13,995. Call Ray Carter Kia
at 771-6078
2003 Chevrolet Monte Carlo,
pi, pm, pw, cd $13,400. Call.
Gordon Chevrolet at 272-2200
2005 Chevy Monte Carlo,
$12,989. Call Garber Automa-


II at 264-2442


2005 Crysler 300, $22,689.
Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442
2002 Chrysler PT Cruiser
Limited Edition, showroom
condition, serviced and comes
with a warranty $10,988. Call
Hart Green Motors, Wells
Road, at 215-9500
2005 Chrysler PT Cruiser
Convertable, $21,995. Call
Garber Automall at 264-2442
2005 Chrysler PT Cruiser
Touring, p/w, very low miles!
$13,988. Call Frank Griffin at
269-1033
2004 Dodge Intrepid,
$ I 1,552. Call Garber Automa-
II at 264-2442
2004 Dodge Neon SXT, 22k,
silver, spoiler, toys $1 1,495. Call
Ray Carter Kia at 771-6078
2001 Dodge Stratus, I owner!
$5,988.. Call Frank Griffin at
269-1033
2002 Dodge Stratus, 50k,
ready to roll $7,995. Call Frank
Griffin at 269-1033
2004 Dodge Stratus, dk blue,
20k, v6, loaded $1.1,495. Call
Ray Carter Kia at 771-6078
2003 Ford Mustang, con-
vertable, red, maxed out.
$13,985. Call Frank Griffin at
269-1033
2003 Ford Mustang GT, silver,
must see! $14,988. Call Frank


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Griffin at 269-1033
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
Edition, $28,982. Call Garber
Automall at 264-2442
2004 Ford Mustang, blue, 24k,
auto, loaded $13,995. Call Ray
Carter Kia at 771-6078
2004 Ford Mustang Conv.,
37k, loaded, auto $17,995. Call
Ray Carter Kia at 771-6078
2000 Ford Taurus SE, 4 door,
fully equipped, low miles, serviced
and it comes with a warranty, we
take trades, financing available
$6,988. Call Hart Green Mo-
tors, Wells Road, at 215-9500
2002 Ford Taurus, ac, pw, pl,
payments as low as $59. Call
Rightway Automotive Credit at
284-0028.
2002 Ford Taurus S/E., 46k,
tan, loaded with toys $9,995.
Call Ray Carter Kia at 771-
6078
2005 Ford Taurus, loaded
$1 I ,995. Call Frank Griffin at
269-1033
2004 Hyundai XG350L,
loaded, affordable luxury, only
20k, .compare at $17,988. Call
Ash Tisdelle at 269-2603
2003 Isuzu Axiom, pw, pm, pl,
$15,500. Call Gordon Chevro-
let at 272-2200
2000 Lincoln Town Car,
leather, well equipped $7,988.
Call Frank Griffin at 269-1033
1,996 Mazda 626, economical,
4cyl, auto, a/c, just serviced and
ready to go $3,995 Each. Call
Hart Green Motors, Wells
Road, at 2.15-9500
2005 Mazda 6, $16,573. Call
Garber Automall at 264-2442
2005 Mazda 6, $17,284. Call
Garber Automall at 264-2442
1999 Mazda Miata, leather,
auto, cd, pl, pw $8,900. Call
Gordon Chevrolet at 272-2200
2001 Mazda Protege, pay-
ments as low as $59. Call Right-
way Automotive Credit at
284-0028,.
2003 Mercedes Benz E320,
black with anthracite leather,
loaded, only 23k!!!, available for
$39,965. Call Ash Tisdelle at
269-2603
2002 Mercedes Benz ML320,
beige with beige leather, sunroof,
37k, luxury sport ute for
$26,975. Call Ash Tisdelle at
269-2603
2002 Mercedes Benz C320,
white with beige leather, sunroof,
automatic, 46 k, $24,965. Call
Ash Tisdelle at 269-2603
2001 Mercury Cougar, only


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CRUISIN,' CLAY COUNTY





November 10, 2005


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Section C-4 CRUISIN' CLAY COUNTY November 10, 2O05~


45,000 miles, loaded, comes with
a warranty, showroom condition
$10,888 Each. Call Hart
Green Motors, Wells Road, at
215-9500
2003 Mercury Grand Mar-
quis, pw, pm, pl, ps, $12,900..
Call Gordon Chevrolet at 272-
2200
2003 Mercury Grand Marquis
GS, pw, pm, pl, $14,900. Call
Gordon Chevrolet at 272-2200
2003 Mini Cooper, loaded, au-
tomatic, park assist., sunroof,
white with camel leather, only
$18,965. Call Ash Tisdelle at
269-2603
2005 Mitsubishi Gallant,
$17,242. Call Garber Automa-
II at 264-2442
1999 Nissan Altima, $7,298.
Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442
2005 Nissan Altima, $17,890.
Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442
1999 Nissan Maxima GLE,
leather, like new $7,988. Call
Frank Griffin at 269-1033
1999 Olds Intrigue, real nice,
payments as low as $59. Call
Dean at Rightway Automotive
Credit at 284-0028.
2005 Pontiac Grand AM, V6,


auto, AC, PL, PL, payments as
low as $59. Call Rightway Au-
tomotive Credit at 284-0028.
2003 Pontiac Grand Prix,
extra clean, Must See! $10,988.
Call Frank Griffin at 269-1033
2002 Pontiac PR Prix SE, 4dr,
ps, pw, pm, pl $6,900. Call Gor-
don Chevrolet at 272-2200
2002 Pontiac Sunfire, 4 door,
only 27k miles, payments as low
as $59. Call Rightway Automo-
tive Credit at 284-0028.
1999 Saturn SL-2, nice car,
payments as low as $59. Call
Dean at Rightway Automotive
Credit at 284-0028.
2002 Volkswagen New Bee-
tIe GLS Turbo, diesel, auto-
matic, 40+ miles to the gallon,
$15,965. Call Ash Tisdelle at
269-2603
2003 Volkswagen Golf GLS,
auto, 4 dr., only 34k, only
$14,965. Call Ash Tisdelle at
269-2603
2003 Volkswagen New Bee-,
tIe Turbo S, one owner, low
miles, monster beetle $17,965.
Call Ash Tisdelle at 269-2603
2002 Volkswagen Jetta GLS,
auto, sunroof, toys $13,995.
Call Ray Carter Kia at 771-
6078


2004 Volkswagen jetta
Wagon, only I 3k, automatic, sil-,
ver with gray cloth, only
$18,455. Call Ash Tisdelle at
269-2603.
2004 Volkswagen Passat
GLS, white, automatic, 31k, VW
certified, 2yr or 24k warranty for
only $20,965. Call Ash Tisdelle
at 269-2603







2005 Chevy Astro, $1 7,234.
Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442
2002 Chevy Avalanche,
$21,431. Call Garber Automa-
II at 264-2442
2000 Chevy Blazer LS, 4 door,
low miles, 4x4, serviced with
warranty, nice suv, we take
trades, financing available $7,988.
Call Hart Green Motors, Wells
Road, at 215-9500
2002 Chevy Blazer, 4dr, p/w,
p/i, .cc $1 0,900. Call Gordon
Chevrolet at 272-2200
1992 Chevy C 1500 Reg Cab,,


01 Mitsubishi Galant ES 01 Ford Escort ZX2 01 Jeep Grand Cherokee
4 Dr, 4.Cyl.,AC. P.'. 2 Dr, 4 Cyl, Auto, 4 Dr \VS ,uto; AC, PS Pwv. PL,
S---PL-T C -- C, CD, Leather
$7,995 $6,995 $12,595

00 ChryslerCinrrus 95 Chevrolet Astro Pass.Van 00 Mercury Sable LS,
4 Dr,4 Cyl, Auto, AC, PW, PL 4 Dr,V6, Auto, AC, PS P.-. PL,* 4Dr, V6, Auto, AC, PS,
TW, CC, CD TW, CC, Alloys PW, PL, TW, CC, CD, Leather, Alloys
$7,995 $5,995 $8,995

00 Mercury Mountaineer 00 Dodge Durango SLT 00 Oldsmobile Alero
4 Dr,.V8, Auto,.AC, PS, PW, PL, TW, 4 Dr, V8, Auto, AC, PW, PL 4 Dr, 4Cyl, Auto, AC -
CC, CD, Leather, Alloys TW, CC, CD, Alloys TW, PW, PL, CC, Leather, Alloys
$9,995 $9,395 $5,995

04 Mitsubishi Endeavor 01 Ford Taurus 01 Oldsmobile Silhouette
4 Dr, V6, Auto, AC, PW, PL 4 Dr, V6, Auto, AC, 4 Dr, V6, Auto, AC, PW, PL,
TW, CC, CD, Alloys PW, PL,TW, CC, CD .W V, CD, Alloys .
$15,595 $8,595 $9,595

99 Lincoln Town Car 97 Chevrolet Silverado 01 Ford Windstar
Presidential Stepside 4 Dr,;V6,Auto, AC, PW, PL,
4 VD uC PASe, W, PL, 2 Dr, V8, 5 Spd,AC,PW,PL, TW,CC W, CC, CD Alloys
$8,595S $5,595 $6,995
93 Chrysler LeBaron Conv. 95 Cadillac Sedan DeVille 95 Nissan Quest
2 Dr, V6, Auto, AC, PW, 4 Dr, V8, Auto, AC, PS, PW, PL, 4 Dr, V6, Auto, AC, PS, PW, PL, TW
PL, TW, CC, Cass TW, CC, Cass, CD, Leather, Alloys CC, CD, Leather, Alloys
$3,595 $6,595 $4,995

01 Mercury Sable 98 Dodge Ram 1500 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 W, CC, Alloys-
$9,595 $6,595 ... $6,995

00 Chrysler Cirrus LX 00 Kia Sportage 88 Nissan 300 ZX
4 Dr, 4 Cyl, Auto, AC, PW, PL, -4 Dr, 4 CyI, Auto, AC PW, PL, 2 Dr, M6, 5 Spd, AC,
TWCC, Cass TW, CC, Alloys T-Top, Alloys
$7,995 $6,995 :$1,900 CASH!


5 sp,. ac, $15,500. Call Gordon
Chevrolet at 272-2200
2004 Chevy Conversion Van,
low, top, tv, dvd, loaded
$27,900. Call Gordon Chevro-
let at 272-2200
2005 Chevy Equinox LS, awd,
p/w, pm, p/I, cd $19,500. Call
Gordon Chevrolet at 272-2200
2003 Chevrolet S-10, maroon,
4 Ik, a/c, auto $10,995. Call Ray
Carter Kia at 771-6078
2002 Chevy Silverado 4x4,
$20,489. Call Garber Automa-
II at 264-2442
2002 Chevy Silverado LT
4x4, $22,312. Call Garber Au-
tomall at 264-2442
2004 Chevy Silverado LS,
$20,917. Call Garber Automa-
II at 264-2442
2005 Chevy Silverado LS,
$22,854. Call Garber Automa-
II at 264-2442
2002 Chevy Silverado C 1500
Crew Cab, cc, p/w, pm, ps
$16,900. Call Gordon Chevro-
let at 272-2200
2003 Chevy Silverado C 1500
Xcab, p/w, p/l, pm, cd $15,900.
Call Gordon Chevrolet at 272-
2200
2005 Chevy Silverado C 1500,
xcab, p/11 p/w, pm $22,400. Call
Gordon Chevrolet at 272-2200
2000 Chevy Suburban, 80k,
ready to go $12,988. Call Frank
Griffin at 269-1033
2002 Chevy Suburban LT, p/s,
p/l, p/w, pm, $20,400. Call Gor-
don Chevrolet at 272-2200
2002 Chevy Suburban' LT,
leather, p/s, p/I, p/w, pm, cc, cd
$19,900. Call Gordon Chevro-
let at 272-2200
2000 Chevy S-10, Clean, must
see!, Payments as low as $59.
Call Dean at Rightway Auto-
motive Credit at 284-0028
2005 Chevy SSR, leather,
loaded $36,900. Call Gordon
Chevrolet at 272-2200
2002 Chevy-Silverado, p/s, pm,
p/w, cd, cc $20,900. Call Gor-
don Chevrolet at 272-2200
2003 Chevy Silverado, 4x4,
leather, p/s, p/w, p/i, cc $21,900.
Call Gordon Chevrolet at 272-
2200
2003 Chevy Silverado Xcab, 6
cyl $14,900. Call Gordon
Chevrolet at 272-2200
2004 Chevy Silverado 4x4, reg
cab, loaded $1 8,900. Call Gor-
don Chevrolet at 272-2200


1999 Chevy Tahoe, 4wd, pm,
p/w, p/1, cc $10,900. Call Gor-
don Chevrolet at 272-2200
2001 Chevrolet Tahoe LS,
leather, 2wd, good tires, a lot of
truck for the money $17,965.
Call Ash Tisdelle at 269-2603
2002 Chevy Tahoe, leather,
p/w, p/l, pm, p/s, cd $19,400.
Call Gordon Chevrolet at 272-
2200
2004 Chevy Tahoe, leather, p
seat, p/w, p/l $28,900. Call Gor-
don Chevrolet at 272-2200
2004 Chevy Tahoe, mrfr.
leather, cc, p/w, p/I, pm $21,900.
Call Gordon Chevrolet at 272-
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2005 Chevy Tahoe, leather,
p/s, p/l, pm, p/w, cd $27,900.
Call Gordon Chevrolet at 272-
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2002 Chevy Tracker,
$12,289. Call Garber Automa-
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2005 Chevy Trailblazer Ext,
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4x4, $20,989. Call Garber Au-
tomall at 264-2442
2005 Chevy Trailblazer LS
4x4, $22,389. Call Garber Au-
tomall at 264-2442
2005 Chevy Trailblazer, 4wd,
p/s, p/I, pm, p/w, cd $18,900.
Call Gordon Chevrolet at 272-
2200
2005 Chevy Trailblazer, p/w,
p/I, pm, mnrf., cc $19,900. Call
Gordon Chevrolet at 272-2200
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miles, loaded, payments as low as
$59, Rightway Automotive
Credit at 284-0028.
2005 Chevy Uplander LS, p/w,
p/l, cc, pm, heated $19,990. Call
Gordon Chevrolet at 272-2200
2001 Dodge Dakota Sport
Quad Cab, v-6, auto, air, local
trade-in, serviced and ready to
for new owner, sharp truck,
below market value at $9,995.
Call Hart Green Motors, Wells
Road, at 215-9500
2002 Dodge Dakota, $10,588.
Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442
2005 Dodge Dakota, $20,382.
Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442
2002 Dodge Dakota 4x4,
4dr., white, 69k, loaded, auto
$14,995. Call Ray Carter Kia at
771-6078
2003 Dodge Durango,
$14,9128. Call Garber Automall
at 264-2442
1996 Dodge Grand Caravan
SE, loaded, including 3rd row
seating, act quick or this one will
be gone, $3,988. Call Hart
Green Motors, Wells Road, at
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2005 Dodge Ram, $13,288.
Call Garber Automqll at 264-
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2005 Dodge Ram Quad Cab
1 500, alloy wheels, loaded
$19,995. Call Frank Griffin at
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1996 Dodge Ram Lariat 1500,
V8, Like Brand New, Payments as
low as $59, Rightway Automo-
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2005 Ford Econoline Van,
6000k, ready to go $17,988. Call
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2001 Ford Escape XLT, 4x4,
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$12,995. Call Ray Carter Kia at
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2004 Ford Escape, $19,489.
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2002 Ford Expedition,
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2003 Ford Expedition 4x4,
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By Ken Chester, Jr.
Motor News Media Corporation
It is a name from the American muscle
car past selected for an all-new sedan of-
fering from Dodge. Coupe styling meets
four-door functionality with the all-new
2006 Dodge Charger sedan. Flaunting
bold, provocative exterior styling and
substance, the newest addition to the
Dodge family is available in SE, SXT and
R/T trim levels and is built.at the au-
tomaker's Brampton, Ontario, Canada,
assembly complex.
Introduced in early 2005 as an 2006
model, the rear-drive Charger sedan is
powered by a high-output 3.5L W0-de-
gree V6 engine while the lethal R/T is
pi opelled by Chrysler's 5.7L HEMI V8
prime mover. Torque for both engines
is communicated to the pavement
through a fully-automatic W5A580


responsive:


2006 Dodge Charger sedan


five-speed automatic transmission
with AutoStick.
Styling cues for the new Dodge
Charger include a bold front end. long
hood short deck and fastback that pays
homage to Charger models of the
muscle car era. The Dodge Charger
j .


shares its under-
o)ifI niVg.I with the
Chliys)t'r 300sedan,
O(i the road',
t he Charger SXT
.. .......h -output 6
a tI -s i1ie mo er is anb
fbrimier. Responsive,
smooth and bal-
iancred -- it makes
road manners boasting world cladesswhy a
peddling on oud control i do reallyed
want temee extra
power of the HEMI V8. The most in tm-
pressive thing about the Charger sedan is
that the base car is so good- impeccable
road manners boasting world clss har-
dling and control --that it does not ueed
-any performance enhancements added
to enjoy the ride. A few miles in this


Dod(]e sedaiin \\ill \in ico ii.inimeso ei.
The Clhargei r rides on .a riobtit steel1
lchas'.sis that 'serie-.s a thie fotllndil ionl
.fo i Ihle per lfoman(Ice-tuned. four-
% heel independent suspension s\ stem.
ContrIol lia (hl\ are up front featiures.
Shorii-and L[onig-Arin ISLA i ,uspen-
'.ion %, ith hiigih upper A' arJm, lateral
and diiaonal lo:eir links % ith dual ball
joint front knuckle, coil spring o\er-
gas-charged shock absorbers and
revised stabilizer bar lower 'A' arm. At
the rear, a five-link suspension works
with coil springs, gas-charged shock
absorbers, isolated suspension cradle
and a revised -tabilizer bar.
TheR/T model adds 18-inch touring
tires and. wheels (17-inch tires are
standard), and specially tuned dampers
forspirited rideand handling with a per-
formance exhaust. Motorists desiring
more kick from their Charger can opt


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November 10, 2005


Section C-6







November 1C NCt,


for the Road/Track Performance Group
which is tuned specifically for firm
steering and handling, resultingin
aglued-to-the-road feeling best suited
for the passionate driving enthusiast.
Available on the HEMI-equipped
R/T, it includes 18-inch Michelin


MXM4 all-season performance tires, 9-
land performance steering gear and
Nivomat self-leveling shock absorbers.
A specially tuned performance ex-
haust and induction system adds 10
horses to the HEMI V8 and is included
in the package. The optional Daytona
R/T package also offers specially
tuned chassis components. Michelin,
MXM4 alFseason performance tires, 9-
land steering gear, Nivomat self-level-


ing shock absorbers and the specifical-
ly tuned induction and exhaust system.
In addition, the Daytona R/T fea-
tures the following: flat-black exterior
graphics and decals; high-impact exte-
rior Go Man Go! or Top Banana paint;
rear decklid and front chin ispoi lei ied


heritage R T hbdging; eight-was
power pas-engei seat; bod -color
accent stitch ing on front and rear seat;,:
body-color accent stitching on leather-
wrapped steering wheel; "Daytona L
limited Edition" display on the
electronic cluster; embroidered
"Daytona' logos on front headrests;
matching body-colored center stack
and shifter bezel; performance front
seats, heated with suede inserts; power


adjustable pedals: and sequentially,
numbered "Daytona Limted Edmi ,on"
badge on instrument panel.
Inside the cabin, the Dodge Charg-
er sports a driver-oriented cockpit
designed wiiih pei foi r nl ini mindset.
The coci kpii h.i:attii r .t I -cl k instru-
ment panel with \Viper-inspired
gauges highlighted with white faces
and siler-(.oloied a- ent i ing.. The
instr i mernt cluster's elect ioliiinmue,-
cent display is ea.s\ -to-read in all li'4ght-
ing conditions.
The spacious interior and a raised
command-of-the-road seating posi-
tion offer passengers an extremely
c1ifori tablic and ei esatile seating
arrangement. The Dodge C(haigeri las
ample seating for ti\e adults with
plenty of storage thi uighlo it the pas-
senger cabin.
The caveirnus real seating area
features a 60 40 split told-doi\ n rear
seai. ri fturtihe increase the sedan's
cargo hauling capabilities. A center
at rmr i-.st with d ual cIu pholdei,- add to
the pleasant accom modations. Addi-
tionall, the rear windows go all the
wav down.

Quick vehicle stats-
Wheelbase: 120.0; overall length-
200.1; widih: 74.5; height: 58.2 --
measurements in inches.
Engine: 3.5L V\6 -- 250 hp at 6,400
rpm and 250 lbs-ft of torque at 3,800
rpm; 5.7L HEMI V8 -- 340 hp at 5,000


rpm and 390 lbs-ft of torque at 4,000
rpm. Tiiansmission: five-speed fully
automatic with AutoStick.
EPA fuel economy: 3.5L V6 -
19 city/27-- hwy.; 5.7L .HEMI V8 --
17 city/25 hwy.
Cargo capacity: 16.2 cu. ft.

Safety features
Dual front airbags, .,,ur-wheel
disc brakes with anti-lock, all-speed
traction control, electronic stability
control, brake assist, battery saver,-
.power speed-sensitive door locks,
engine imnunobilizer, tire pressure
iomtnitorini u.-a ning lamp and
remote keyless entry. SXT adds
fog Lunps.
Optlionril aict) features include
power adjustable pedals, front/rear
sid--curitain airbiag. security
alarm, remote vehicle start, dash-
mounted navigation system
and self -sealing tire%.

Warranty
. Basic: 3-year/36,000 mile, bumper-
to-bumper.
Corrosion:5 -year 100,000 mi le.

Pricing
Thebase Manufacturer's Suggested
Retail Price (NM'RP) for the 2006
Dodge Charger sedan starts from
$22,320 for SE, $25.520 for SXT,-
and $29,520 for R/T. Destination
charges add $675.


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2003 Ford Explorer Sport
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2005 Ford Explorer Eddie
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1995 Ford FI50 4x4, $9,988.
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1999 jeep Cherokee Classic,
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2004 Jeep. Grand Laredo
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TREE HILL from page C-8
use of natural compost, and a humming-
bird garden designed to attract the ruby
throated humming bird Florida's only
native hummingbird.
There is also a butterfly garden,
planted to attract specific species of
butterflies that have particular plants on
which they feed.
Save a spot on your calendar for April
when the centercelebrates the hatching
of butterflies in Florida having an
annual Butterfly Festival.
A 45 minute guided tour is available.
Led by a staff naturalist, specific topics
can be covered if you call ahead. With a
minimum of 15 people, you can attend a
workshop on topics such as
"The Imperiled Bears of Florida",
" What's Watt" which covers electricity,
conservation and energy, "Forest Ecolo-
gy", and Project and Aquatic WILD, two
educational programs.
Animal exhibits that include owls and
tortoises can be viewed from a.path
through the property and for some tours
are part of the discussion after the tour.
Other exhibits are located in the
pyramid museum and include energy,
natural history, and native wildlife
exhibits. There is an interactive exhibit
on solar energy provided by the
Jacksonville Electric Authority (JEA).
One particular exhibit stresses the
connection between habitat destruction
and the decline in the population of the
Florida black bear. Florida, which once
had 12,000 black bears, now hasan
estimated population of between
1 and 3,000 bears.











Name: Tree Hill Resource Center
Why visit here?: You can spend
a few hours or the whole day
here depending upon your inter-
est and stamina. The paths are
easy to navigate and you'll learn
a lot from the exhibits while
relaxing in a pleasant setting.
Best family spot: Tucked away
in an urban setting the center
will provide family fun.
Places to eat: Lots of fast food
plus the Arlington Plaza is on
the way to the center on
Arlington Road if you want to
pick up picnic food at Food Lion.
Places to stay: This is so close
there is no need to stay over night.
Directions: 1-295 north to 1-10,
east towards Jacksonville, take
the 1-95 north turnoff.
Take Union Street exit off 95,
then stay on Union to Matthews
Bridge, then take Arlington Road
exit, follow the service road to
Arlington Road, and turn left.
Follow road about .6 miles to
Lone Star Road and turn right,
going about another .5 mile.
Memorial Cemetery is on your
left and Tree Hill sign is on your
right, at 7152 Lone Star Road.
Contact information: The web-
site is full of information at
www. treehill. org and you call
(904) 724-4646 or email them
at treehill @comcast.net.......


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GARBER AUTOMALL helps North Florida Buyers Rebuild Credit


When people with damaged cred-
it think about buying a car, usual-
ly they think about a small used
car dealer with a Buy Here Pay
Here sign over the door. They
don't usually think about the
largest Automobile Dealer in the'
county, but they should.

Garber Automall has been helping
people with credit problems for
decades. If you have damaged
credit, not only can you buy a
good quality car at Garber, you
can also rebuild your credit in the
process.






Unlike most Buy Here Pay Here
lots, Garber Automall deals with
major lenders to secure special
financing deals for people who'
have credit issues to overcome.
These lenders report to all three
major credit_ bureaus, so as you
pay r yNou purchased at
G 1 rebuildd your credit.
score.

Dana Lambert, Garber's Special
Finance Director says that by
helping repair the customers's
credit, Garber is insuring their
own future. "We look at a 24


month cycle. Most customers
come back within 2 years, and
with their improved credit score
we can help them buy their next
car and secure top tier financing.

Lambert has been with Garber for
two years. Wheni he started,
Garber was still located near
downtown Green Cove Springs,
in the area once known as "Little
Detroit." Back then Lambert's
department helped an average of
14 to 15 customers per month
break out of the Buy here Pay,
here trap and start rebuilding their
credit.

Garber's Special Finance
Department is now located in the
Used Car building at the huge
Garber Automall facility on Hwy
17. Since their move in
December, Lambert and his team
have helped over 500 people get
into good quality cars and start
rebuilding their credit.

"Our goal is to continue to grow
until we are selling 100 cars and
trucks a month through Special
Finance," said Lambert. "We
have a real advantage over the lit-
tle used car lots. Not only do our
lenders report to the credit
bureaus, but we can even help
some people get into a NEW car."
Garber has 8 different franchises;
Chevrolet, Pontiac. GMC- Buick,


Ford, Mercury, and Chrysler
(including Dodge Trucks).

Lambert says the process is exact-
ly the same for people with ,credit
problems as it is for people with
perfect credit. "People really like
doing business with us. We treat
everyone with respect, and we
know you can buy a car any-
where. Our policy is to have a no-
pressure, relaxed environment.
The average transaction takes less
than two hours.





"We help customers from all over
North Florida. Palatka, St.
Augustine, Orange Park... last
Saturday I helped a \roman from
Palm Coast get into a super nice


used car," Lambert said.





All of Garber's used cars go
through a thorough safety and
quality inspection before they are
allowed onto the lot for sale.
Some cars that are purchased at
auction get put back on a truck:
and sent back to the auction
because they aren't up to Garber's
rigorous standards. Lambert says,
"We want to help people, and put-
ting them, into a car they can't
depend on doesn't help anyone.
We want- our Special Finance
Customers to become Garber
Customers for Life.

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