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JANUARY 5-JANUARY 11, 2006 EDITION It Pays To Know Your Community 50 Section A of three sections VOL. 36 NO. 1
3s etions


Weekly
Crossword is
back in the paper!
See page B-7


SPORTS

I Clay standouts

back for bowl
Page B-1


Bob's

moved!

Page A-2


ATV crash

kills woman,

hurts child
Clay Today staff.
ORANGE PARK An Orange Park
woman was killed and her 2-year-old
i laughkt i i (riticall) injured New Yi- ii s
: Day when rie all-tern ain vehicle she was
driving crashed near County Road 220,
the Clay County Sheriff's Office said.
Sheila W. Coleman, of the 700 block of
Washington Avenue, was declared dead
of massive head injuries at ShandsJack-
sonville following the 1 p.m., crash near
Long Bay Road, according to a Sheriff's
Office accident report.
Her daughter, Kara Wray Coleman,
also was taken to ShandsJacksonville
suffering from cuts and internal bleed-
ing following the crash, the report says.
POLICE BRIEFS continued on pageA-12


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New county manager puts staff,


commissioners on notice about change


By Bob Henderson, Staff

FLEM ING ISLAND "Not only does my
staff have to change the way they do
things, the Board of County Commis-
sioners has to change, too," said County
Manager Fritz Behring at the Fleming Is-
land Republican Club's monthly meeting
Monday,Jan. 2.
Behring left little doubt in his audi-
ence's minds that the months ahead are
going ones of change for Clay County, its
staff, its management, elected officials
and citizenry.


"Clay County is
growing faster
than it was ten,
years ago," Behring
said. Of Florida's 67
counties, Clay is the
26th most popu-
lous, tenth fastest
growing, has the
second youngest
Fritz Behring population and
smallest elderly
population. It is densely populated and
can no longer be considered rural. And
all this, Behring says, has a definite affect


on the way it is governed.
Of Florida's 67 counties, 19, including
Clay, have charter governments; 75 per-
cent of Florida's citizens live in charter
counties. Counties without charters,
Behring noted, are still operating as they
did in 1845.
"As a matter-of-fact," he said, "they op-
erate much as they did in Colonial times,
in the 1600s."
Behring said that, after one month on
the job, he has a pretty good handle on
where the strengths and weaknesses are
COUNTY continued on page A-17


By Greg Walsh, Managing Editor
gwash@jcpgroup.com
ORANGE PARK There were two days
in 1993 when Bill Henry says God spoke
to him as he was driving home from his
job at CSX.
"It was as clear as if he was talking on
the cell phone or on the radio," Henry said.
What Henry of Orange Park has taken
from that message has blossomed into a
humanitarian ministry that literally
.reaches around the world to help poor
countries or disaster victims, and often
into places even the United Nations will
not tread.
Called America's Heart, it's a low-key
effort based out of a North Jacksonville
warehouse and assisted by several Clay
County volunteers where hundreds of
tons of food, clothing, medicine and even
sophisticated hospital equipment roll
through each year on their way to help-
ing the world's needy.
Its materials have helped victims of
the 2004 tsunami, earthquake survivors
in Pakistan, African nations battling
famine, Zambian orphanages for HIV-in-
fected infants and thousands of hurri-
cane victims in the United States.
But unlike other non-profit groups
that make public pleas for donations,
America's Heart intentionally "flies
below the radar," Henry says, trying to
avoid the media spotlight.
But that anonymity actually has a ben-
eficial side-affect, especially in nations
where religious factions or entire govern-
ments are very suspicious of U.S. organi-
zations, even non-profits, Henry said.
"We've been involved in these parts of
the world for more than 30 years," Henry
said during an interview in his warehouse
office. "If you are a no nonsense, no


STAFF PHOTO BY GREG WALSH
Bill Henry, left, founder of America's Heart, and Russ Griggs of World Outreach Now
in Columbia, S.C., walk through Henry's jam-packed warehouse in Jacksonville.
shenanigans type of guy and they believe boxes of new clothes donated by a de-
that you have integrity and they believe apartment store, again for hurricane vic-
you are genuine in your desire, they will times; thousands of pill packs that
leave you alone." volunteers will break open so the medi-
cine can be repackaged in plastic bags and
A stuffed warehouse shipped cheaper; hospital equipment,
A walk through the 36,000-square-foot ranging from a $300,000 mobile diagnos-
NorthJacksonville warehouse near Mar- tic vehicle, complete with operating
tin Luther KingJr. Boulevard reveals an room, to pediatric dialysis equipment;
amazing collection of items: 500-pound and boxes of small metal pails containing
boxes of potato flakes that volunteers will a long-burnijig candle that earthquake
scoop into smaller bags for shipping to
Hurricane Katrina victims; dozens of HEART continued on pageA-13


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What's so happy about New Year's anyway?


bhenderson@jcpgroup.com From wherelsit

Well, folks, hereI I'
am writing from
where I sit The only
thing is, I'm not sit-
ting where I usedto;
now I'm sitting a lit-
tle closer to the
front on page A-2.
Makes me easier to Bob Henderson
find for what that's STAFF WRITER
worth -just flip one
page and there I am.
Whoopee!
Now, haven't I told you that New Year's
is not my favorite holiday, that Itry to avoid
its observance as much as I can? This year
was no different; I was in bed well before
midnight, hoping not to wake up until the
next year. And I suppose I accomplished
-this goal the explosions from the fire-
works down the street didn't get me awake
until a second or two after midnight. By
then here it was 2006..
But what afarce! Do we really think that
the new year arrived the world around at
the precise moment that fool ball hit the
bottom in Times Square, New York, New
York, USA? The year 2006 AD had arrived
hours before halfway 'round the globe.
Oh well, I guess time is what we make
of it.
For many, New Year's is a time for review
of the year past; I'd like to go a little farther
back, about 15 or 20 years, and resurrect a


"C:hl isunl.-s fiasco that happened at my
church over in Seminole. Iknow it's old but
it still brings me a chuckle and I hope it
Helps to start your year with a smile.
As Midnight Masses are, the one at
Blessed Sacrament church was crowded. A
woman and two small children came in
and they were seatedright on the center
aisle. Sometime before Mass started the
woman was distracted and, right at that
moment, an usher, seeking to seat two eld-
erly people, took the children to the back
of the church.
You can, undoubtedly, imagine the
woman's surprise and consternation when
she turned and found that her children
had aged by about 60 years. She leaped to
her feet.
"Where are my children?" she
screamed.
An usher hurried down the aisle to pla-
cate her.
"How dare you take my children," she
screamed and slapped him hard- across
the face.
Eventually the children and peace -
were restored.
It was so crowded that evening that the
choir was used for overflow seating. Mak-
ing one's way to and from Communion was
only for the hardiest of souls.
However, one woman of rather sub-
stantial build risked it. She made it to the
altar alright, but whenshe attempted to re-
sume her seat, she mll judged the location
of her ample behind and sat, instead, on


the piano, the base end at that.
"Bwaaang," went the piano.
"Screee," went a violin.
And the priest nearly dropped i I Iii : 11h -
ice he had just rinsed. :
And that, dear hearts, was a most mem-
orable Midnight Mass at Blessed Sacra-
ment, Seminole.
Another look backward, this time a lit-
tle closer to the present.
For altogether too many, 2005 was not a
good year.
Devastating hurricanes ripped the Gulf
Coast and South Florida.
An earthquake of epic proportion
killed thousands in Asia and left thousands
more homeless. They remain so to this day.
Terrorists still threaten much of the
world and an embattled American Presi-
dent is condemnedby far too many for his
action to neutralize them. And, ungrateful
wretches that they are, some of those crit-
ics are the beneficiaries of the President's
actions.
Not only people had a rough time in
2005. Even my peace lily had a struggle.
On Sept 11, 2001, was home recuperat-
ing from a strained back. My office sent me
a beautiful peace lily. Wonder of wonders,
I didn't kill it
However, when we were having a "min-
isters' fair" at church this past summer, I
took it in to decorate our booth. Somehow
or other, a burning candle came in contact
with some of the leaves. To add insult to in-
jury, when I took it home, it was a blistering
summer day and I left it in the car while I


went into a store. A. bunch more leaves
shriveled up and died.
I was sure the plant was on its last legs,
but I babied it and talked to it (it works, you
know) and marvel of marvels the plant
is now fresh and green and it has put out a
new blossom.
I sure hope 2006 is a better year for it
Poor little Angus that's my half-breed
cat had a rough year, too.
Sometime during the summer, I took
him to the vet for his annual. I planned to
pick him up that evening but, in the after-
noon, the vet called and told me Angus had
some bad teeth andrequired dental surgery.
I hemmed and hawed but finally said to
go ahead and do it.
The upshot of it was that, when I picked
him up, my expected bill had gone from
$100 to nearly $500. and fully half of
Angus' teeth were gone.
And this for a half-breed cat that came
to my door looking for a new home when
his former humans had abandoned him.
It's also customary to make a few pre-
dictions for the coming year.I'm not going
to do that, though. I made some predic-
tions a few years ago, mostly tongue-in-
cheek, and was amazed when a couple of
them actually happened. I was disappoint-
ed, though, when my anticipated extrater-
restrial contact didn't happen.
And that's why I don't make New Years
predictions.
The only New Year's resolution I make
is not to make New Year's resolutions. I've
never broken that one.


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The scammers call residents, greeting
them by name and identifying them-
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Rescue Capt. Bernita Bush.
Residentsaje d[len asked i tie\ -ill I:,-
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Bush said a resident who asked about
how the funds would be used was told the
money would go to assist burn victims in
the jarea. Bush said. Ho\\e\ er. lihen the
cal lc \\%as asked for a call back nmillbei he
said he would call back another dav and
hung up.
The calls were apparently originating
from an 800 number, Bush said.
Any resident receiving a solicitation
of this nature, or who may have unwit-
tingly agreed to donate funds should
contact the Clay County Sheriffs Office,
(904) 264-6512.
Residents are cautioned against giv-
ing out sensitive bank or credit card in-
formation when receiving unsolicited
calls, Bush said.

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By Bob Henderson, Staff
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GREEN COVE SPRINGS A vision is
only as good as its implementation. One
of the challenges Chairman Gordon
Smith laid before the Green Cove Springs
Visioning Committee as it began its work
many months ago was to, "...come up with
a vision report that wouldn't lay on a shelf
somewhere gathering dust."
The committee's work is done for
now, the report has been written and de-
livered to the City Council and Tuesday,
Jan. 3, the Council began the daunting
task of implementation.
One of the first tasks facing the Council
was prioritization of the many proposals
the committee came up with to improve all
facets of life in Green Cove Springs.
Councilman Matthew Tinney got
down to specifics immediately. He
strongly urged the acquisition and devel-
opment of the old CCAR complex on


Clay Today staff
ORANGE PARK -The Clay County
Sheriff's Office says its special patrols
along Wells Road during the holidays
had a major impact on crime, resulting in
no felonies being committed in the area.
Operation Christmas Lights Blitz,
which started Nov. 25, was run by the de-
partment's Street Crimes Unit and fo-
cused on the business corridor that
included the Orange Park Mall.
As'a result of the 26-day operation, the
department says, there were 31 reported
crimes thisyear versus 37 for the same pe-
riod and area last year. The department
also made 44 arrests, issued 108 citations


and 38 warnings while making the patrols.
Sheriff Rick Beseler said the statistics
show the department's special efforts had
an impact on crime.
"Ibelieve this operation serves as a prime


CCSO continued on page A-11


STAFF PHOTO BY BOB HENDERSON
Eagle Scout Frank Schreffler was recognized by the Green Cove Springs City Council
at its regular meeting Tuesday, Jan. 3. After he had been presented with a resolution
of recognition and congratulation, Schreffler, holding the award, was joined by his
parents, brothers and sisters and the City Council.


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"We need to tackle the complex as a
whole," he said, adding it should be de-
veloped as both community center and
civic center.
"There are lots of possibilities there,"
Tinney continued. He noted that the PAL
has been there for a long time and their
departure would create a serious void in
the community. Also on the site are the
Food Pantry and the Episcopal Children's
Services. The YMCA has been consider-
ing expanding into Green Cove Springs
and using the facilities available there.
Mayor Bob Page set the tone of the
special meeting, "I'd certainly like to do
them all at once, but we will have to pick
and choose." He listed several priorities
for consideration:
Develop an historic preservation
ordinance;


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Changes bring Weekly Crossword back, new columnist


Dear Readers: By anchoring Bob's column on Page
From where I sit, I can see Bob Hen- A-2 starting today we're making room for
derson. a couple of important and exciting
And he's OK! He's only moving a cou- changes to Clay Today. First, my column
pie of pages and it's closer to the will begin appearing on Page A-4, offer-
FRONT of the newspaper, ing another voice to Clay Today readers
Those of you who've read Bob's Page on events and people that make our
A-4 column "From Where I Sit" know his county a great place to live.
wit and wisdom have provided entertain- Also note the Weekly Crossword puz-
ment for Clay Today readers for many zle is returning to Clay Today! Look on
years. Bob has opined about a variety of Page B-7 for this always-popular feature
Clay County people, organizations and many readers will be glad to see.
events and brought many insightful In addition, we want to give you our
looks at those subjects. readers a greater chance to comment
We at Clay Today hope Bob continues on the many issues facing Clay County
writing the column for many years to come. today. Whether it's the continuing traffic



It's time for a road



summit in Clay Co.


Let the record show my first Clay
Today column on topics of reader interest
was about what else? Clay County traffic!
Mind-numbing, maddening, out of
control TRAFFIC!
How in the world could planners -
past or present, local or state, or whomev-
er let our roads get so congested and
gridlocked as they are now?
Was there ever any point in decades
past where someone could have shown
enough foresight and leadership to an-
ticipate what is now a roaring mess?
Didn't the same folks who approved the
planning permits for new homes and big.
subdivisions in say 1997, think about the
number of cars that came with each home?
My guess they were more interested in
the idea of growth than they were con-
trolling it.
The problem is I'm preaching to the
choir even in the halls of government
where those decisions were made be-
cause they have to sit in the same park-
ing lot at Blanding and Wells as
everybody else.
They, like everyone else, know if the
traffic is bad under perfectly blue skies
what would happen if God forbid there
Was an emergency forcing a mass evacu-
ation.
Hurricanes, like stuff, happen all-too
frequently in Florida.
Just watch an ambulance try to thread
its way through three lanes of bumper to
bumper vehicles and you realize if we
can't get out of the way for someone in
medical distress, many of us might be sit-
ting on Blanding or U.S. 17 when hurri-
cane force winds arrive.
But enough with the rant. Now it's
time to find a solution.
It's way past time to not only think out
of this box. We need to think out of the
room, the house and the yard.
Here are some suggestions:
Approve the Beltway project. Don't
give away the farm, and try to displace as
few families as possible in both Clay and


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St.Johns counties, but Clay County Com-
missioners should do whatever's neces-
sary to make this happen.
Yes, some businesses and property
owners will benefit from it more than
others, but they should. Was anybody
complaining years ago when those busi-
nesses were paying taxes on the same
property that was then considered dis-
posable "timberland?"
Fast-track the Cleveland Connector,
putting someone in charge of getting it
through the bureaucratic quagmire and
looking for whatever funding sources are
available to make it happen.
Support the Chamber's efforts to
create'good-payingjobs in Clay County.
A majority of residents now drive to
Duval County to work. Imagine if half
that number only had to drive a few
miles from home to their employer.
*Keep an open mind to new ideas like
rail service or water taxes toJacksonville.
No, it's not something that can happen
overnight, but solutions begin with ideas
that spark debate and, hopefully, con-
census.
Hold a transportation forum that
would bring town and county govern-
ment officials together to discuss the
issue. Put aside politics and petty differ-
ences and focus on THE PROBLEM.
Let's Git 'r done, as the man says, so we
can all get home to our families earlier
and remember why we chose Clay Coun-
ty as the best place to live in Northeast
Florida.


problems, actions by town or county gov-
ernment; crime orjust someone you want
to praise in public, we would like to see
your letters to the editor.
As always you can mail a typed letter to
our Orange Park office, 1560 Kingsley
Ave., Suite 1, or fax it to my attention at
(904)269-6958.
We've also made it easier to submit a
letter online. Readers can now go to
www.claytoday.biz and click on the "letter
to the editor" button in the upper left-
hand corner of the page, which will pro-
vide a letter format. Once completed, the
form is forwarded to the editorial de-
partment.


We reserve the right to edit letters' con-
tent and length, and to reject letters we
determine are unfair or libelous. Howev-
er, the majority of letters are accepted
and published.
Clay Today/The Clay County Cres-
cent really is YOUR newspaper. As the
county's oldest active publication, we
continue to cover the events and people
that are taking this Northeast Florida
county from a place "nearJacksonville"
to a prosperous, growing county that
stands on its own.


GREG WALSH,
MANAGING EDITOR


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LETTERS TO

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Do something about the litter

Dear Editor:
Out of desperation I am writ-
ing to you. Maybe you are not
the person, if not please forward
this e-mail to the correct depart-
ment. I feel that as a citizen of
Clay County. I need to have a
voice in the beautification of our
county. I have written to road d t
maintenance and to the commis-
sioner (Middleburg) but this is a
total Clay county problem.
I have already complained .. c
about the lack of upkeep of our t .r
unpaved roads (specifically '
Whim and Spearmint). Now I
need to add the lack of mainte- .
nance of all roads shoulders. :o' " i.a
It appears that the citizens of PHOTO SPECIAL TO CLAY TODAY
Clay County feel that the roads Gil submitted this photo as an example of the litter.
are an open air garbage contain-
er. I have never seen such disaster of up- Who is responsible for picking up the
keep. leftovers thrown out of pick up trucks
Do we not have people cleaning our and cars in our roadways?
shoulders? I have enclosed several pic- How about heavy fines, etc.? The pic-
tures takenJan. 1, 2006, to illustrate the tures are only a very small portion of the
problem. I have to go out in front of my actual problem.
property at least once a week and mow Sam Gil
and pick up trash. Middleburg

Crowe deserves bonus for commuting ideas


Dear Editor:
Clay County Planning Director Thad
Crowe deserves a bonus and our thanks
for stating the obvious solution for Clay's
traffic and commuting nightmare de-
velop businesses to employ many of
those 60 percent who endure the long
haul out of the county to go to work.
(Residents should) put traveling brain
cells to work on the next long drive and
figure out how to make yourself ajob in
your home county.


Jacksonville is always happy to an-
nounce the development of each new
housing opportunity downtown. Why?
Because people like to live near their
work and social events. Wejust need to re-
verse that in Clay we have the houses
and the population we need the busi-
nesses.
Mr. Crowe, you have fulfilled your
professional title. You ARE a planner!
Candace Bridgewater,
Orange Park


Sheriff cites 2005 accomplishments


GREEN COVE SPRINGS- Sheriff Rick Be-
seler has announced the following accom-
plishments during his first year in office.
$1 million in unspent funds returned
to County in first budget year
0 percent increase in operating budget
Reduced fleet by 50 cars. Replaced 50
old cars with newer ones.
Formed new units: Special Victims
Unit, Street Crimes Unit, White Collar
Crimes Unit, Forfeiture/Police Legal Unit,
Drug Interdiction Unit, Public Service
Aides, expanded K-9 Unit, and Animal
Abuse Investigations.
Created DART (Drug Abatement Re-
sistance Team) Program
Cost Savings Initiatives:
Reduced civilian positions by five
through attrition
Eliminated expensive and unneces-
sary off-site storage rentals
Re-bid car insurance and jail food
service contracts, saving $245,000
SStoppedoutof county take-homecaruse
Stopped personal cell phone use.as
prohibited by law and reduced number of
cellphones, saving $6,000 per month
Eliminated donating surplus equip-
ment and property to charity and began
selling at auction and returning money to
the taxpayers
Implemented Employee Cost Cutter
Incentive Program
Stopped the use of inmate labor for
non-government functions
Teleserve Program initiated
Increased forfeiture proceeds from
$30,000 in 2004 to $400,000 in 2005
SEliminated costly and unnecessary
programs (LEADS, CALEA Accreditation)

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Implemented direct deposit for pay-
roll checks
Began bidding out contracts for in-
mate health care, testing and lab services
Employee Program changes:
Implemented performance-based
evaluations and salary increase plan
Initiated EPIC (Employee Participa-
tion Incentive Committee) Program for
employee involvement and ownership in
decision-making process
SBegan an employee wellness program
Implementing yearly health physical
for officers
Opened two new exercise facilities for
deputies and revamped the physical abilities
course which each officer must pass yearly
Issued shotguns with additional
firearms training time
Required private employers to com-
ply with Florida statutes regarding work-
ers comp insurance to cover off-duty
deputies they employ
3.5 percent salary increase for officers
Revamped the promotional process to
make it more fair and equitable
Increased traffic enforcement over
20,000 citations issued in 2005
SReorganized PAL Program and began
fundraising drive from private donations
to improve activities
*Implemented electronic booking pro-
cedure
Adopted new Taser Policy that is now
the state standard
SBegan using off-duty deputies for fu-
neral escorts to allow for more traffic en-
forcement
Received re-accreditation from the
Florida Accreditation Commission for Law
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The What Not Spot


opens in Middleburg


By Tonya Davie, Correspondent
MIDDLEBURG For those who didn't
receive everything they wanted last
Christmas, there is a place in Middleburg
where one can find that desired item -
The What Not Spot.
Located at 4443 CR 218 suite #104, The
What Not Spot has a variety of reason-
ably priced items, including small trin-
kets for the younger crowd and Marine
styled swords for the older crowd. There
are Chinese dragons, incense burners
and wind chimes of all styles.
There are pocketknives from $1.50 to
approximately $20. The store also carries
statues, clocks, pictures, wind chimes and
other items.
Most of the items are priced below
$30. The most expensive item in house is
a sword for $99. The design includes a
building from Washington D.C. on the
handle and the blade is stamped with the
design of the Washington Monument.
Owner Fred Mallory said he needed to
start selling items to support his hobby.


"I started collecting things and it got
out of hand," said Mallory.
Mallory had been looking for a store-
front on 218 for awhile. So, when this lo-
cation became available, he saw his
chance and opened the store in the last
week of October.
Julie Mallory, Fred's wife, is an owner of
Kid's World Child Care Center in Clay Hill
and is the driving force behind The What
Not Spot. Fred givesJulie the credit for "the
way the store is stocked and decorated."
Mallory enjoys meeting new people
and helping customers. While there are a
variety of items in the store, if you can't
find what you are looking for, ask for
help. If it's not in the store, Mallory will
find the item for you.
While checking out the numerous
items in stock, there will be a pot of cof-
fee in case customers get thirsty and
chocolates to nibble on for those who are
hungry. "Come in the store and you'll
find something you like," says Mallory.
The store hours are Monday Satur-
day 10am 6:30pm.


DriveTime comes to Blanding


Special to Clay Today
ORANGE PARK- Dri\eTime. hie
laIresi integirate sdcic i-ar alcsandi fi-
nancl( companyIII) inl the counri t\. I Cex-
pand in. t once again in Florida.
The conipam \iill oi pen its IT7th
Flco ida-ba-ed dealership .on 220
Blandcingi B ld.Dec. 1. lDr i\cTime pent
$35(>0i00ii in building costs and site i1-
pI) o\ enie lcn.lfo the new lci ai ion.
"()Iur e\p.insion into cJckon\ille i.l

- We' I had ,iera( sc ce in Oirlando
.:id Tarl pa and Me e\pe tLo ([ i te
.atil e liett injJacksn\ ile."
Dri' eTiie (C-ii' etl l\ emploisc mol e
than 3Y7 peopjlep in FIkl ida.. include th[lie
ompin\ 's n 1 ie dea le ships iii O Ia ndo
anid se\ en in TI- nii., Lh i addiionn 1o the ne\\
Stnlcl x lin Blandhi; Bli d. Di I wTiile plans
Lt open tl>I wnore dealei ships and an iin-
si)ecfion c-enll inJaclksonx ille ne \ear.
"DriveTinme expects. to Ig-enelrate
neai 1\ $I52.5 million n i annual .1ales ta\
in Jacksion\ ille attlir the additional
stlrcsiare open," Ehlilnger said. 'And \ve
lohi;k fo1 1\\ai Ii to (ontiluiing to gr'O
and posititclv effect thie economy',
across the ista ."
Di i \c'Tine ai nd iisal iliatedcocnlipa-
nI DT .cceprance Coi p.. boi li head-
quiarteied in Phoenix, Aiz.,; is the
largest inlegi.tied Ised c.l r salesand fi-


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The Drive Time sign now stands at a
Blanding Boulevard location.
na1nce coilpani in the cotiiln with is-
sets tI-Italin 1, 'S1 lbillioin.
Thecompanli\ pl iin.urih I er esi is-
[omels \itlh credit problems. Dri ve-
Tiunl, tle Go-o-GIt s for Cars and
(Cl edit, sell -ind fiianes niore than
51t.1i. li\ ehiclts pei r ea in Sclealehrships
acro-s jeigli states. Foi inclor e in cinforlia-
tion lo otlO W-\,w.DrivieTime.c:oml


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lubrication specialist designation


Special to Clay Today


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Moody '' gets new floor
Children and adults ready to begin new volleyball and basketball seasons will
be playing their competitions on the newly refurbished floor at the Moody Av-
enue YMCA. The project, completed in October, cost about $10,000 paid for
through the YMCA of Florida's First Coast, said YMCA Director Dorothy Barrell.
The project involved sanding down the existing floor, which had been in use five
years, repainting it and then putting a shiny new coating on top. "It gets a lot of
use," Barrell said.



'Cell phones for Soldiers' event Jan. 7


Special to Clay Today

MIDDLEBURG Wondering what to do
with that functional but not so fancy cell
phone?
Liberty Tax Service, 2620 Blanding
Blvd., is hosting a Cell Phones for Soldiers
collection event Saturday,Jan. 7, from 11
a.m. to 3 p.m.
Liberty is a National Premier Part-
ner, and its offices are collection points
for used cell phones for Cell Phones for
Soldiers.
This organization is dedicated to help-
ing soldiers stationed in Iraq and over-
seas afford to call loved ones. Every


donated phone can buy a calling card up
to 100 minutes.
The concept was the brainstorm of 13-
year old Brittany Bergquist and her 12-
year-old brother Robbie of Norwell,
Mass. They were disturbed after hearing
a news story about an American soldier
in Iraq with a staggering phone bill.
They started Cell Phones For Soldiers
(www.cellphonesforsoldiers.com) with
snack money, and have recruited spon-
sors and cell phone companies to help.
Liberty Tax Service has more than 1,800
offices operating in the United States
and Canada in 2004. The company web
site is www.libertytax.com.


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Florida Silver Rose-Run carries symbol from Mexico to Orange Park


Special to Clay Today by Arturo Serrano
The First Annual Running of the Sil-
ver Rose in Clay County took place Sun-
day, Dec. 11.
The Silver Rose was commissioned
by Fr. EdwardJ. Masse Assembly 2564 of
Middleburg and crafted by the Mon-
toya brothers of Monterrey, Mexico,
Council 2312.
The Rose was introduced at the Sacred
Heart Church in Green Cove Springs
Spanish Mass honoring the Our Lady of
Guadalupe on Saturday, Dec. 10, at 6:30
p.m. On Sunday mni, ning. the Rose was
presented at the 8 a.m. Mass at Sacred
Heart Church on Fleming Island.
From there the Rose was run to St.


Luke's Church in Middleburg, a dis-
tance of 12 miles, for presentation at the
11 a.m. Mass.
In the afternoon, the Rose was run to
St. Catherine of Siena Church in Orange
Park, a distance of eight miles. At St.
Catherine's the Rose was presented at
the 5 p.m. Mass and following that at the
6:30 p.m. Spanish Mass in honor of Our
Lady of Guadalupe. Prior to the Span-
ish Mass at St. Catherine's, the Rose par-
ticipated in a candle light procession
from the Education Center to the
Church. The procession included a
Mexican flag, the celebrant, icons of
Our Lady of Guadalupe, several hun-
dred parishioners, and a Mariachi band.
Members of the Fr. Masse Assembly


Color Corps escorted the Rose at each
of the Church presentations.
A total of 20 runners participated in
the relay's 20 one-mile segments. Eleven
of the runners were members of the
Columbian Squires representing Circle
#4719, Orange Park; Circle #4847,Jack-
sonville; and Circle #4951, Green Cove
Springs. There were three girl runners.
The remaining runners were parish-
ioners representing the three partici-
pating parishes.
STAFF PHOTO BY BOB HENDERSON
Sir Knight Michael Scarborough, Fr. Ed-
ward MasseAssembly, St. Luke's Church,
Middleburg, receives the Silver Rose
from Joe Davis, Columbian Squires Cir-
cle, St. Catherine's, Orange Park.


OP Community Theater celebrating 35th year in 2006


By Lydia Filzen, Correspondent
ORANGE PARK- The Orange Park
Community Theater is celebrating its
35th season of offering entertainment
with 18 years at its present location, 2900
Moody Road.
The theater kicks off the year with a
comedy, Accommodations, written by
Nick Hall. As the story begins, a woman
leaves her husband and moves in with
two roommates named Tracy and Pat.
The rental agency was vague about
their gender, and she is in for a surprise.


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Along comes her husband, who wants
her to come home. When he meets the
roommates, it's his turn for a surprise.
The fun and misdirection continue until
the satisfying ending.
Accommodations features roommates
Brennan Papke as Tracy and Lindsey Ki-
nard as Pat with Andi Ciccotelli as Lee.
Her husband, Bob, is portrayed by
MichaelSmithgall.
Directed by Susan Carcaba, Accommo-
dations will playJan. 6,7,13,14,20,21,26,
27 and 28 at 8 p.m. with Sunday Matinees
Jan. 15 and 22 at 3 p.m. Ticket prices are


$ 25,000


Keystone Area Residents

The Clay County Property Appraiser's Office will be-
accepting 2006 Homestead Applications at 275 South
Lawrence Blvd., Keystone Heights, FL (within the Tax
Collector & Clerk of Court's Office) on the following
dates:

.Homestead 2006 Schedule

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Dates Time
January 03, 2006 9:00 AM 4:00 PM
January 05, 2006 9:00 AM 4:00 PM
January 10, 2006 9:00 AM 4:00 PM
January 12, 2006 9:00 AM 4:00 PM
January 17, 2006 9:00 AM 4:00 PM
January 29,2006 9:00 AM 4:00 PM
January 24, 2006 9:00 AM 4:00 PM
January 26, 2006 9:00 AM 4:00 PM
January 31, 2006 9:00 AM 4:00 PM

Dates Time
S, February 02, 2006 9:00 AM 4:00 PM
February 07,2006 9:00 AM 4:00 PM
February 09, 2006 9:00 AM 4:00 PM
February 14, 2006 9:00 AM 4:00 PM
February 16,2006 9:00 AM 4:00 PM
February 21, 2006 9:00 AM 4:00 PM
February 23, 2006 9:00 AM 4:00 PM
February 28, 2006 9:00 AM 4:00 PM

legal no. 7854 published January 5, 2006 In Clay County's Clay Today newspaper.


$15, with a discounted rate of $13 for sen-
iors, students and military. Make reserva-
tions by calling (904) 276-2599, or by
logging onto www.opct.org
Mark your calendar so you will be sure
to catch the rest of the season:
Look Who's Laughing, a comedy by
John Randall and directed by Barbara
Wells, will play during March. This is the
story of a man whose temper is leg-
endary.
On a bet, he must go for one whole
week without losing it, no matter what
the provocation. The wager begins when
a man idolized by the crank challenges
him to be pleasant for that week.
Naturally, everything that-would make
a saint swear happens. Can he hold out
and win the bet? Come and see!
Season finale A Funny Thing Hap-
pened on the Way to the Forum will be pre-
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by Stephen Sondheim. Direc ted by Stan
Mesnick, the story is about a craft) slave
who struggles io win the hand of a beau-
tiful but slow-witted woman for his mas-
ter in exchange for his freedom.
This nonstop musical laugh-fest takes
comedy back to its roots, combining situ-
ations from imne-tested. 2.000-\eai-old
comedies ot Roiman play riglh Plauitu
with the energy of classic vaudeville.
In addition to the regular season of-
ferings, two Reader's.Theater produc-
tions are also scheduled. Reader's
Theatre strives to emulate the radio
drama atmosphere with the actors read'-
irig from their scripts. Minimal stage set-
ting and movement nakes it possbl)- ti.
produce a play in stu ea mli ned fa hiiin.
Admission is also streamlined,.at only $5
per ticket.
SNo Time for TermitesbyJohn M. Goff,
Jr. will play Feb. 10,11 and 12. If you en-
joyed Forgotten Precinct; you will be de-
lighted to see the hilariously jaded
detectives at it again. Auditions will be
held Jan. 14 at 2 p.m. andJan. 15 at 7 p.m.
Call director Shelly Hayes at (904) 375-
1518 for details.

A Night of One-Acts: TheAugu~stJinx;
Welcome to Florida; Who's Margaret? by
Linda Escalera Baggs will play April 7,8
and 9. Auditions for these comedies will
be held April 1 and 2 at 1 p.m. Call Mari-
anne LeSeur at (904) 269-2342 for details.

According to Barbara Wells, OPCT
president, the theater is looking forward
to continuing the Summer Youth Work-
shop as in years past. She noted the pro-
gram has been a positive force for
youngsters by encouraging their artistic
bent and helping them find their place in
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Startup Reliable Rail fixes train cars in Reynolds Park


By Leo King, Correspondent

GREEN COVE SPRINGS Rick Padgett
over at Reynolds Industrial Park, has a
recipe to fix freight cars. He's the president
of Reliable Rail Services, a startup venture
that began last August.
The rail facilities were already in place,
so all he had to do was write the recipe to
bring in business from railroads and car
users.
"We repair cars for Seminole Coal and
their Palatka, Fla. generating plant," Pad-
gett said. They see cars from Conrad Yelv-
ington, too.
They also repair cars lots of cars for
CSX Transportation, including boxcars,
insulated boxcars, 90-foot auto racks and
hopper cars for coal and rocks.
Dan Greer at Watco, Inc., now ofJack-
sonville, said his firm, headquartered in
Coffeyville, Kans., gave up its lease on the
Reynolds Park property last summer, so
they had to find another site in Northeast
Florida. They moved toJacksonville still
making car and engine repairs.
About a year ago, Watco was making
many, many repairs to CSX and ex-Chessie
System locomotives. Guess who the gener-
al manager-was? Yup. Rick Padgett.


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CORRESPONDENT PHOTOS BY LEO KING
Trainman Joe Mays, who is a conductor and car checker among other things, goes over the list of things that were repaired on
insulated box CSXT 199557. "The insulation is foam and wood," he said.


Rick Padgett, president of Reliable Rail
Services, LLC, prepares to enter his eight-
car shop in Green Cove Springs.

"Those were all remote-controls," he
said, and all were in the shop for major
modifications.
In the field, after the engines were


returned to their home yards, when the
crews tried to use them, if the brake shoes
were locked on a set of wheels so the wheels
couldn't turn, they were dragged along,'
building up flat spots, and when they did
release, they often lurched, causing dam-
age and the possibility of injury to crews.
Now, with the fixes done, the engines in-
dicate to the engineer if there is a problem.
The engines are scattered across CSX's sys-
tem, which stretches from itsJacksonville
headquarters to Miami, out to New Orleans,
up to Chicago, and northward to Boston.
Padgett says his company still works on
engines, and recently bid to bring some rel-
atively new high-horsepower locomotives
into his shop. He should know by January
3 if he got the bid or not.
Meanwhile, his 18-person, non-union
shop is growing.
"I think we'll have to add some people,'
he said, especially now that a 44-car pro-
gram to rebuild 50-foot boxcars into 40-
foot sugar cane carriers. That work started
yesterday (Wednesday 12/14).


Hewon'tdiscussspecificnumbers,though.
"I'm not getting rich," he said.
He has "been thinking about becoming
a member of the Clay County Chamber of
Commerce."
Padgett and his firm have employees
out on the road as well.
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Review By Lydia Filzen, Correspondent
ORANGE PARK Special Agent Kendal
Smart's latest crime-cracking assignment
takes her deep into the rough and tumble
world of professional wrestling.
To fit into the gaudy subculture, she
wears skintight clothes and toe-torturing
stilettos heels and takes on the job of a pro
wrestler's physical trainer. She must proj-
ect an image that is alien to her true na-
ture and boss around Python, a tattooed
mountain of male flesh double her size.
Wrestling champ Python can't figure
out why he's attracted to the trainer who
cuts him no slack as he prepares for his
comeback. Kendall is challenging and in-
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Python has his own inner demons to
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now it's up to him to conquer his fears and
muscle up for the next big match.
As she noses about the bizarre
wrestling circuit, where the women are as
aggressive as their chest-pounding male
counterparts, Kendal's sleuthing uncovers
more than a drug ring. Lives are in dan-
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bubbling under than the surface than her
assignment suggested. There's also more
to Python than she suspected. Could there
be a good-hearted and thoughtful man
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Special to Clay Today
ORANGE PARK The 2006 Florida
State Table-Soccer Championships
will be heldJan. 13-15 at Players Grille
and Sports Bar located at 1605 Coun-
ty Road 220.
"We are extremely excited to bring
one of our BonziniM U.S.A. Foosball
Tour stops back to the Orange Park
area," said Cribbs Inc. president Alan
Cribbs. "Last year's football tour was
fortunate enough to raise over
$35,000.00 for local charities along
each tour stop. We want to continue
building this tour stop into an annu-
al event for the Quigley House."
Some of the best football players
on the East Coast will be competing
for trophies and cash as part of the
2006 Bonzini U.S.A. Foosball Tour,
Cribbs said.
Sharon -unge Innan. executive.
director of Quigley House, said the
event is highly anticipated and the
money is much needed due to recent
funding cuts.
"We continue to be ever so grateful
for the efforts of the tournament of-
ficials, sponsors and supporters," she
said.
Tornello Enterprises is a local
sponsor.
"The combined efforts of Bonzini
USA, Players Grille and Tornello En-
terprises have served to heighten
awareness of domestic violence in
our community and offer a way to get
involved. Play football, have fun and
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Many local business sponsors and
theJacksonville Table-Soccer Players
Association of Orange Park, FL, are
supporting this event, Tornello said.
Tornello said the tournament
room at the Players Grille will offer
maximum viewing advantages to all
spectators.
Any company or organization
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example of what can be accomplished
when adequate manpower is focused on a
community problem," Beseler said.
Sheriff's Office spokesperson Mary
Justino said attention to nuisance crimes
made all the difference. Officers had a zero
tolerance in regards to people committing
misdemeanor offenses and traffic viola-


tions that have made previous holiday
shopping seasons in that area unpleasant
and sometimes unsafe, she said.
The department's statistics show a
forcible rape was reported in the Wells
Road, but the attack occurred elsewhere,
Justino said. Also, another report origi-
nally thought to be a stolen auto was
"negated" during further investigation,
she said.


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A total of.260 manhours went into the
patrols, the department said. -
One deputy making a vehicle stop
for a noise violation ended up making
an arrest for drugs and "during the
search of the vehicle a.22 cal pistol and
ski mask were recovered," the depart-
ment said.
In another instance, a deputy working
off duty was contacted about an armed


man who was threatening someone. The
deputy used his radio to issue a bulletin
and "because of the high police presence,
the Street Crimes Unit was able to locate
the suspect vehicle immediately," the de-
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POLICE BRIEFS from page A-1


Neither was wearing a helmet
The toddler was listed in critical condi-
tion, hospital officials said.
Sheila Coleman was following two
other ATVs going westbound about 15-20
mph on CR 220 when the three vehicles
slowed as they approached Long Bay Road.
The report says that for some unknown
reason Sheila Coleman steered her Honda
ATV to the left, causing the vehicle to
rollover and both riders to be thrown off.
Police are continuing to investigate the
accident and the final report is pending re-
sults of blood-alcohol tests on Coleman's
blood, the report says.
The accident comes three years after
Coleman's husband, 28-year-old Danny
Coleman, died of head injuries after he fell
off a garbage truck while working in Mid-
dleburg, the Sheriffs Office said.

Road rage arrest made
ORANGE PARK -Police have charged
a 24-year-old Orange Park man with ag-
gravated assault with a vehicle following a
TuesdayJan. 3, road rage incident on Park
Avenue where one vehicle intentionally
struck another one.
According to an arrest report, Kenneth
Wayne Howell, of the 300 block of Tangle-
wood Boulevard, became upset with an-
other driver shortly after 2 p.m. in Orange
Park. He is accused of following the other
vehicle very closely and throwing a hand-


ful of change at the other vehicle because
no one inside would look at him.
He then rammed the other vehicle con-
taining three people, causing about $1,000
in damage, the report says.
Howell initially became upset after the
other driver made a hand gesture at him,
the report says.
After the accident, which forced the vic-
tim's vehicle into the median, Howell drove
off and contacted an attorney. No one was
injured in either vehicle, the report says.

Most Wanted gets caught
ORANGEPARK-Aman who appeared
in Clay Today recently as Clay's Most Wanted
turned himself in to police Tuesdayjan 3.
Shawn D. Brock, 18, of Green Cove
Springs surrendered at the Orange Park
Police Department, according to a Sheriffs
Office arrest report. Brock was wanted on
an arrest warrant for robbery and home in-
vasion, the report says.
HewastransportedtotheClayCountyJail.

Cycle rider busted
GREEN COVE SPRINGS Attempting
to outrun a Clay County sheriff's deputy
got a Middleburg motorcyclist in serious
trouble after he allegedly reached speeds
of 120 mph.
Hilario SilvaJr., 45, is charged with
fleeing and attempting to elude police
and resisting arrest following a Tuesday,
Jan. 3, incident on County Road 209, ac-
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Silva's Kawasaki was traveling nearly
90 mph when it passed the deputy, who
was operating a radar unit about 5 p.m.
near the Hidden Waters subdivision.
The report says Silva sped up to an es-
timated 120 mph and passed several cars
when the officer tried to stop him. He
then tried to hide near a bridge on Byron
Road but the officer found him.
Silva had to be physically removed
from the motorcycle and handcuffed
when he refused the officer's instructions
to do so, the report says.

Mother helps in dispute
MIDDLEBURG His mother was able
to take the knife away, but a Middleburg
man-still nearly ended up under the tires
of his girlfriend's car, the Clay County
Sheri f's Office said.
Deputies responding to a disturbance
call shortly before midnight Wednesday,
Jan. 4, at the Hunter's Run Apartments
arrested a 23-year-old woman for aggra-
vated assault charge, according to a Sher-
iff's Office arrest report.
Lorrie Karcher Bailey, of the 1500
block of Blanding Boulevard, is accused
of chasing her, boyfriend, Alton Peters,
around their apartment with a knife and
threatening to kill him, the report says.
Peters called his mother, who lives in
the same apartment complex, for help
and she managed to get the knife from
Bailey when she arrived, the report says.
Peters left, but Bailey is accused of fol-
lowing him to his mother's apartment
and trying to run over him as he got out
of his car.
He was not injured.
The two began arguing after Peters
accused Bailey of sleeping with her ex-
husband, the report says. Bailey also is
charged with criminal mischief.

Blaze burns mobile home
MIDDLEBURG A fire early New
Year's Day destroyed a singlewide mobile
home on Mimosa Avenue,fire officials said.
At 12:22 p.m., neighbors called 911 to re-
port the home was on fire. Units arriving
several minutes later reported the home
was "fully involved in flames," said Capt.
Bernita Bush of Clay County Fire Rescue.
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responded to cut power to the home, and
the Clay County Sheriffs Office also as-
sisted at the scene.
Putting out the fire was made more
difficult by a built over roof, which cov-
ered the initial mobile home metal roof-
ing. The home also had added on porches
on both sides.
No one was home at the time and no
owner information is available, Bush said.
A cause has not been determined,
Bush said. The state Fire Marshal's Office
has been contacted.
Two fire crews responding to the call
had just cleared a bathroom fire inside a
home at 3158 Twilight Court and fire-
fighters in the McRae district had also re-
sponded to a reported home fire at 5650
Vandelier St.

Burglars net one quarter
ORANGE PARK Two Clay County
men determined to get into a gas station's
vaccum cleaner change box apparently
didn't consider the noise they were making.
A resident who called police said he
could hear the two n cii bea ri ig on the de-
vice at a College Drive gas station "all the
way down the street," according to a Clay
County Sheriff's Office arrest report.
When police arrived, they found the
two men in a car with burglary tools "in
plain sight," the report says.
The two men had managed to get a
quarter out of the change box before
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of Penney Farms and Worthen T Amer-
son, 21, of Green Cove Springs,just before
2 a.m. Friday, Dec. 30. Both are charged
with burglary and possession of burgla-
ry tools, the report says.

Gun found in car
ORANGE PARK Police making a ve-
hicle stop for speeding found a loaded
.45 caliber handgun in a car with a con-
victed felon.
The arrests of James Felton Braxton,
20, and Antonio M. White, 21, happened
Thursday, Dec. 29, on
Ridgecrest Avenue
when their vehicle
was going 38mph in a
25-mph zone, a Clay
County Sheriff's Of-
fice arrest report says.
Police also found
plastic bags contain-
ing substances that Antonio M. White
tested positive for co-
caine and marijuana, the report says.
Both men were charged with posses-
sion of each drug, while Braxton was
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JLmnIILy 2C TScn


HEART from page A-1

victims in Pakistan could use to cook food.
Outside the facility are several semi-
trailer-sized containers that the materials
are loaded onto for shipment.
One of those working on the potato
flakes is volunteer Linda Grabowski of
Middleburg. A retired junior high
teacher, Grabowski said she and her hus-
band began working at the warehouse in
2002 after Henry, who attends Evangel
Temple Assembly of God inJacksonville,
came to their church to talk about Amer-
ica's Heart.
They would drive to the warehouse


ical supplies and he just wanted to call and
thank everybody here and said'Ijust want
to let you all know that you're efforts are
not in vain. Children are no longer dying
in our country because of your efforts.'
"We sent them a lot of baby aspirin in
that container and because of that I keep
a little bottle of that baby aspirin in my
purse all the time. And if I ever get tired
or ever think'Why am I doing this?' Ijust
look at that little bottle of baby aspirin."
She said some of the items, such as do-
nated medical supplies, they get may not
be perfect, but they clean it up, make sure
it's in good shape and then send it to those
in need.


year-old Henry was adopted "by railroad-
ers" at age 5 and earned a college degree
as transportation engineer.
Married in 1974, Henry and his wife,
Linda, began volunteering with the
American Red Cross and the Brethren
Disaster Service. They moved to Jack-
sonville from North Carolina in 1989
when Henry was transferred here by CSX.
Although they started America's
Heart in 1993, the organization was based
out of a North Carolina church untiljust
two years ago.
"It got to the point where those six and
seven hour commutes one way were just
too much," he said, "and we had to move
it down here."
Henry said he realized early on that
many humanitarian organizations knew
little about how to effectively ship materi-
als so they wouldn't be damaged or spoiled
before those in need could use them.
After leaving CSX in 1993, Henry
started Santa Fe, Suwannee & Tampa Bay
Inc. that he runs out of his Eagle Bay
Drive home. Through the company,
Henry said he started off helping other


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during school nights to work and then
spend all day Saturday and Sunday after
church services.
"Then one day I was standing in front
of the kids and I decided,'Wow, my heart
is just not here anymore'. I had been a
teacher for 20 years and I loved it, but my
mind was really here," Grabowski said.
"All I could think about was 'Gosh, I'll be
glad when school is out so I can change
clothes and get back down here (to the
warehouse.)"
It's hearing the stories about how a
shipment of medical supplies or food
made a difference in people's lives that
keeps her coming back, Grabowski said.
"What laid on my heart was we were
here at Christmas time one year and we
got a call from a doctor in the Solomon Is-
lands where we sent a container of med-


"When you have people making hos-
pital exam tables out of whatever wood
they can find, it really makes a difference
what we send," she said.
Grabowski said she tells others who
come to volunteer to look beyond the
hundreds of ceiling-high stacks of boxes.
"You may see boxes, but when I walk in
I see the miracles in those boxes," she said.

Born in Ohio
Orphaned as an infant when his
mother left him in a bus terminal, the 53-


ORANGE PARK Food for' T.iO. Fed
theChildren. obuth with a Mission and
theCompassionate Alliance are among
theorganizanons Amenerica Her:ut reg-
L. larly partners %ith.
SMuch of the materials atr. donated.
with Anlerica's Heuart at: tingas a sui t.
of middleman that ships directly to
the need.
Organizations like ACTS Ministries
in Navai re. Fla;. know rthe can count,
on Her v Ytodd hi\ y. said .\CTS Direc-
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Johnson said."and we're inn an area hit
very hard by Hurricane Ivan (in 200-1).
We called Bill anil the \ery next daN
brought suppliestotus. He has com iniu-
oushi bIlessed us with his ouueach."
Kara Jones, whose organization
Spirit Warriors deals with the Lumbue


Indians ,of North C.jr )lina, said Anmei -
ica'He.artcould be co:mued on- 1 indhing
the dai-ro-da.j personal care irems
other organization% -_ouldn't get.
"He'S been very helpful resource."
Jones ai.d. "When.we needed wheel-
chai a and canes and alcoholl 1wipcs
and food and milk pi oducts, Ameri-
ca's Heart found them. It must be a
God thing."
Not c ervthing is free. however, re-
quiring Henr to spend nLi'nle fr tnom
his lIbsinews hito Ami-rn ia's Heart
\\hlle lie won't say how much, he ac-
knowledges his own money is often
spCIent overiing the costs fo)r shipping,
packaging an.d to bui equipment .ner-
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humanitarian organizations ship their
items "because there is very little expert-
ise" among those organizations.
He proudly points out he's shipped
more than 35 million metric tons without
a lost or damaged load, receiving recom-
mendations from even Lloyds of London
for those wanting to protect difficult-to-
ship loads.
He's also patented a packaging
method to keep shipments fresh and safe.
Russell Griggs, executive director of
World Outreach Now in Columbia, S.C.,
said he turned to Henry to help get two
shipments of desperately needed drugs
to Haiti.
"It's one of the most effective of all the
organizations that I work with, and I work
with a lot of them," said Griggs, a former
director of Feed the Children Canada.
Griggs said Henry's "grassroots con-
nections" go beyond where governments
can go, reaching down into neighbor-
hoods and church congregations that can
put food and medicine into people's

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OBITUARIES


RITA LORRAINE NEUMANN
Mrs. Rita Lorraine Neumann, 66, passed
away Tuesday, Dec. 13,2005, in Orange Park,
FL. Born in Bronx, NY, she is survived by her
2 sons: Albert "Al" (Carol) C. Neumann,Jr.
andJames A. Friel; 2 daughters: Lori Ann
Neumann and Alison C. Gallo; sister, Rose
(Robert) Russo; and 1 grandson, Isaiah Gar-
cia. Funeral services were held Saturday,
Dec. 31, at Holly Hill Funeral Home with Fa-
Sther Anthony Sebra officiating. Burial fol-
lowed at Holly Hill Memorial Park. In lieu
of flowers family request donations be
made to the family in care of Albert Neu-
mann,Jr., 950 Park Ave, OP, FL 32073.

EDGAR L. "DUTCH" BRADDOCK
Mr. Edgar L. "Dutch" Brad-
dock, 90, passed away Monday,
Dec. 26, 2005. Born in Jack-
S sonville, FL. Dutch served in the
US Navy and was 1 of 13 children of which 7
served during WWII. He was predeceased
by his wife of 56 years, Gladys and stepson,
Hugh Smith. Survivors include his stepson,
Wilson (Joanne) Smith; 4 brothers: Marvin,
Albert, Everett and C.A. Braddock; 2 sisters:
May Belle Whitehead and Sina Long; 6
grandchildren and 15 great grandchildren.
Graveside services were held Thursday, Dec.
29, atJacksonville Memory Gardens with
military honors. Memorial Donations may
be made in Dutch's name to the Alzheimer's
Association; 2131 Mango PlaceJacksonville,
FL 32207.

RICHARD DANIEL MCKENNA, JR.
Mr. Richard Daniel McKenna, Jr., 38,
passed away quietly in.his sleep on Thurs-
day, Dec 22,2005. Proceeded in death by his
father,Richard Daniel McKenna, Sr.; Uncle
Ronald McKenna, Sr.; and cousin, Ronald
McKenna, II. He left behind a loving fami-
ly, his wife of 21 years, AngelaJ. McKenna;
three children: Christy R. McKenna (20)
(Bryan Walker), Christopher S. McKenna
(18) and Cheryl A. McKenna (16); sister,
Emily McKenna; nieces: Alicia N. and
Amanda N. Smith; brother-in-law, Ollie S.
SmithJr.; sister, Karen West; nieces: Saman-
tha, Tabitha, Elizabeth, Destony, Chantilly
and Tiffany West; his mother and father-in-
law: Betty and Ray Harris; Aunt Marie
McKenna; cousins: Michelle Crews (Joshua
and Tiffany), Kimberly Gluhak (John)
Brandi, Katie,John Jr., Katherine Parker
(Randy) Ben, William, Marie, Randy, Robert
Adams (Bubba and Kenneth) and Archie
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other family and friends. An avid hunter,
fisherman and was a member of the NA
Hunting Assoc. Services were held Wednes-
day, Dec. 28, in the Chapel of Broadus-
Raines & Pons Family Funeral Home.

HELEN VIRGINIA KINDER
Mrs. Helen Virginia Kinder, 88, (Jan. 25,
1918) resident of Orange Park, passed away
Friday Dec. 23,2005, at the Moosehaven Life
Care Center. She-was a native of Big Hamp-
ton, NY coming to Moosehaven in 1999.
The daughter of August and Maude (Mc-
Caritt) Friig, she met and later married,
Clyde Kinder, March 12,1938. She became
affiliated with the Loyal Order of Moose
when her husband Clyde joined Roseburg,
OR Lodge #1037 on Oct. 13,1960. She was a
homemaker of the Protestant Faith. Helen
was preceded in death by her husband,
Clyde Sept. 9,1999, and is survived by two
daughters: Viginia Wirick, Howe, IN, Gracie
Nosseett, Frankston, TX; son,Jack Kinder,
Myrtle Creek, OR. Mrs. Kinder will be laid
to rest in the Moosehaven Mausoleum.
Arrangements by Helm Funeral Home.

MARTHA ANN MAGUIRE JENNINGS
Mrs. Martha Ann MaguireJennings, 80,
OP FL, passed away Tuesday, Dec. 27,2005, at
home. Born Sept 3,1925, to the late Ruth Mc-
Cullough Maguire and Raymer E Maguire,
she lived in Orlando until 1969, moved to OP
and graduated from ES.C.W (FSU) as mem-
ber of Pi Beta Phi sorority. She was a mem-
ber of the Rosalind Club and past president
of theJunior League of Orlando, member
of the PV Club and the FL Yacht Club and a
member of the Cardinal Garden Club of
OP. She was very active in her book club and
enjoyed playing bridge with her two bridge
groups and was a member of the alterguild
and on the vestry of Grace Episcopal
Church of OP and later attended St. Francis
in the field. Survived by her husband,-S.
BryanJenningsJr., 4 daughters: Terry Hooks
(Ken), Birmingham, Rebecca Pantelis, St.
Augustine, Bonnie Home, Ponte Vedra and
Jennifer Brower (Darby), Ponte Vedra, sister,
Jane Abrams, Atlanta, 11 grandchildren, 4
great grandchildren. She is predeceased by
a brother, Raymer E MaguireJr. Services
were held on Friday, Dec. 30, at her home. In
lieu of flowers, the family requests that do-
nations be made to the Salvation Army of
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BILLIE C. TURPIN-MAY
Mrs. Billie C. Turpin-May, 75, passed away
Tuesday, Dec. 27,2005. She was born in Har-
riman, TN and moved to Orange Park in
August 2005 to be close to her family Ms.
May was predeceased by her son, Gregory
Turpin on Dec. 13,2005. Survivors include
her 2 sons: Tony Cannon and Timothy
(Tanya) Turpin; 2 daughters: Claris (Randy)
Davis and Holly (Bill) Cody; 8 grandchil-
dren and 2greatgrandchildren; and anum-
ber of nieces and nephews. Memorial
services were held Friday, Dec. 30, at Lake-
wood United Methodist Church with Rev.
Bill Sherman officiating. Memorial dona-
tions may be made to a charity of ones
choice. Arrangements by Hardage-Gid-
dens Rivermead Funeral Home.

ROBERT WILLIAM HANKEL
After a courageous battle
with cancer, retired Chief Petty
Officer Robert William Hankel,
86, passed away early Christmas
morning at the Allegro Retirement Center.
He was preceded in death by his son,James
Hankel. Survived by his wife of 65 years,
Doris; his sonJohnny (Carolyn) Hankel, Or-
ange Park; daughter, Barbara (Bill) King,
Gunnison, CO; brother, John (Imogene)
Hankel, Tacoma, WA; 6 grandchildren and
7 great-grandchildren' The family would
like to thank Haven Hospice for their care
and kindness during Bob's illness. In lieu of
flowers, donations may be made to Haven
Hospice ofJacksonville, 8301 Cypress Plaza
Dr. Suite 119, Jacksonville, FL 32256.
Arrangements by Hardage-Giddens River-
mead Funeral Home.

JETTIE HUDDLESTON
Mrs.Jettie Huddleston, 81, passed away
Wednesday, Dec. 28,2005, in Orange Park,
FL. Born in Wayne County, MS, she resided
in the Jacksonville area since 1962. Mrs.
Huddleston was a retired sales manager
from Sears (Orange Park) and was a mem-
ber of Lake Shore Presbyterian Church.
Survivors include her husband, Eugene
Franklin "Frank" Huddleston; son,James
"Barry" Huddleston; daughter, Terry E.
Humphrey and her husband, Robert "Bob"
Humphrey; 2 sisters: Earline Windham and
Maude Spach; and a grandson, Morgan
Humphrey. Graveside services were held
Saturday, Dec. 31,2005, at Riverside Memo-
rial Park. Arrangements under Hardage-
Giddens Rivermead Funeral Home.

ELIZABETH FRANCES NORRIS
Mrs.Elizabeth Frances Norris, 89, Aug. 1,
1916, GCS and a life long resident of GCS,
passed away Friday, Dec. 30, 2005, at the


Heartland Health Care Center in Jack-
sonville. The daughter of James Thomas
and Maude Leila Dillaberry Conway Sr., she
was the owner and operator of Norris Ac-
counting Services in GCS and Member of
the DevelopmentAuthority GCS and many
other civic organizations. She enjoyed cook-
ing, sewing and being a member of Hicko-
ry Grove Baptist Church. She was preceded
in death by her husband, Harold W Norris;
daughters: Annette and Margaret Norris.
Frances is survived by four sons: Harold W.
NorrisJr.,Jacksonville, NC, WilliamJames
Norris (Becky), Keystone Heights, Donald
Harvey Norris (Patti), and Gary Milton Nor-
ris (Omah Leah) both of Ft. Myers; 5 daugh-
ters: Shirley Frances Mohr (Maurice),
Balsem, NC, Patricia Ann Wingate (Ray),
Keystone Heights, Sandra Faye McCann, St.
Augustine, Marian N. Rice (Fred) Jack-
sonville, Linda Elizabeth Welch, Ft. Myers;
23 grandchildren, 34 great grandchildren
and one great great-grandchild. Services
were held Tuesday,Jan. 3, at Helm Funeral
Home with BrotherJim Prose First Baptist
Church, Keystone Heights and Rev.Jack
Wingate, Kinsey Baptist Church, Kinsey, AL
officiating. Burial followed in Hickory
Grove Cemetery. Arrangements by Helm
Funeral Home.

BETTY GOODROE PHILLIPS
Mrs. Betty Goodroe Phillips, 78,;passed
away Saturday, Dec. 31,2005, in GCS, FL.
Born in Buena Vista, GA, she moved toJack-
sonville in 1955 and then Middleburg in
1990. Survivors include her son, Allen (Gail)
Phillips; brother, Grady Goodroe; sister,
Jean Perry; granddaughter, Amy Regina
Phillips. Graveside services will be held 10
a.m. Thursday,Jan. 5, at Greenlawn Ceme-
tery, 4300 Beach Blvd., Jacksonville, FL.
Family request memorial donations be
made to the Clay County Council of Aging.

THOMAS CLARK WILLIAMS
Mr. Thomas Clark Williams,,
89, Green Cove Springs, FL, -
passed away SundayJan. 1,2006.
Born Dec. 8,1916, in Eastman,
GA, he owned Williams Gas Service for 30
years. Mr. Williams moved to this area in
1949 from Crescent City, FL and was amem-
ber of Hickory Grove Baptist Church. He
served his country in the US Marine Corps
and was a member of the VFW Post 1988 in
GCS, FL. Survivors include his sons: Wayne
Hart, Orange Park, FL, V Pascal Nelson,
Greensboro, NC and Paul L. Nelson, Irmo,
SC; daughter, Gayle Boltez, St. Augustine,
FL; brother, Walt Williams, Palatka, FL;
grandchildren; Michael (Debbie) Williams,
Jonathan Boltez, TabithaR. Nelson, Reuben
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One year gone.....Bolla ready for next three


By Debbie Israel Messer, Staff
disraehlebsser@jcpgroup.comi

ORANGE PARK School board member
Wayne Bolla says he's having fun.
Bolla, elected last year is ending his first
full year as a board member for the Clay
County School District.
This year has found Bolla on the oppo-
site sides of other board members usually
dealing with issues having to do with grap-
pling with the results of growth.
Bolla, who spent much of the year ask-
ing questions, said he spends a lot of time
doing his work as aboard member, "but
I'm sure I could spend more".
Bolla, an engineer by training, is a for-
mer CSX employee who says he spent
much of his career answering questions,
performing property mediationand plan-
ning for CSX.
"We have a big budget, $350 million,
and with the impacts of growth we need to
wrestle with the growth as well as balancing
the capital budget," said Bolla. "We are still
$250 million short of funding our long
term budget."
Bolla added that the impact fee ap-
proved in May by the county commis-
sion will not come fast enough to meet
those needs.
Bolla stressed that he is not interested in
stopping growth but making sure "that we
have a school room and a seat in that
room" when subdivisions have houses
built in them.
The district is racing time in Oakleaf
putting the Oakleaf K-8 school.on a fast
track schedule, asking Barton and Malow,
construction manager at-risk to complete
the school in a year.
The school is scheduled for opening
in August 2006 but Superintendent
David Owens says the school may open
without a gym.
Bolla, a member of an informal group
that included County Commissioner
Harold Rutledge, spent time during the
year discussing the establishment of a vi-
sion for Clay County.
Bolla says citizens here are getting more
involved in growth, citing recent actions by
Bear Run subdivision property owners.
Those property owners fought the re-
zoning of property, adjacent to their sub-
division, to allow for apartments.
Bolla, and fellow school board mem-
ber Charles Van Zant were in the minori-
ty in December when the board voted to
end a communications contract with
David R. Voss.
Bolla, who has championed citizen


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P. Nelson and Christopher Nelson; and
great-grandchild, Corey Williams. Services
were held Wednesday, Jan. 4, at Hickory


participation and
inclusion, said he
liked many of the
projects proposed
by Voss, in particu-
lar, the creation of a
new realtor pack-
age to get accurate
information to new
residents and the
re-vamp of the dis-
trict's website. Wayne Bolla
Looking back,
Bolla says he sees positive actions on the
part of the board with the board having
had more open discussion during the year.
"Now we are having an extra board
meeting each month with the workshop on
the first Thursday of the month," said
Bolla.
Bolla said he looks forwardto the board
setting its own agenda for the workshop
meeting, adding it will give the board time
to talk to each other as well as to include cit-
izen input
Citizen input is an area stressed by Bolla
all year long.
"I'm in favor of getting more parents in-
volved," said Bolla, saying that School Ad-
visory Committees or SACs at each school
could be given more to do.
Improving the website is one of those
ways Bolla hopes parents will become in-
volved as well as getting more informa-
tion on an interactive basis from the
school district.
Using trained volunteers in the class-
room is appealing to Bolla, whose wife is an
elementary teacher.
"Teachers need time to teach and vol-
unteers could free teachers up," he said.
One of Bolla's ideas hit the skids earlier this
year when he suggested the use of the vir-
tual classroom. Bolla raised the idea when
talking about alternatives to the district's
race to construct more classrooms
"It would allow our students to be able
to take more challenging classes, said
Bolla.
Bolla said when he attended the Florida
School Board Association's annual confer-
ence there were school districts talking
about re-vamping how curriculum is de-
livered.
He said some districts may have stu-
dents in high school taking only electives
the first couple years of school to "get them
hooked on school" and then leaving the
tougher classes until later in high school.
Next year Bolla hopes to convince the
other board members to take another look
at the "Martinez Plan".


Grove Baptist Church with Rev. Bill
Williams officiating. Interment followed in
Hickory Grove Cemetery. Arrangements
are under the care of Broadus-Raines &
Pons Family Funeral Home.


"The growth management legislation
that passed will not take effect for some
years, so it's not a viable option for us,"
said Bolla.
The Martinez Plan was initiated by Sen-
ator Mel Martinez when he was chairman
of the Orange County Commission.
The plan would require the school dis-
trict to work with the county commission
because if affected schools were seriously
overcrowded and their condition aggra-
vated by new rezoning orland use amend-
ments those requests would be denied.
The district wouldhave to have a capacity


plan and an objective assessment of each
school's capacity.
Bolla sees many challenges ahead in the
new year. Besides growth, Bolla said he
thinks the district will be looking at con-
tinued improvement in student progress.
"We have two struggling high schools
with challenges ahead, "said Bolla
For future board members Bollasays his
experience this year has been enjoyable and
is looking forward to the next three years so
he would recommend running for office.
"It's a tremendous opportunity to serve.
your community," said Bolla.


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ORANGE PARK A project that began
with the desire to share one's faith has
turned into a 22-foot wide mural at Good
Samaritan Episcopal Church.
"The original idea was to do some-
Sthing for the youth group," said 16-year-
old Joni Wildman, one of the artists
behind the mural. "It was the best thing to
sacrifice your time for."
The 9-foot high mural, which stands
tall in the church's youth room, utilizes
the cross,Jerusalem, Golgotha and the
River ofJordan to bring to life the teach-
ings of the Bible.
"It's been a community effort," said
local artist and former county teacher
Jeanne Pellegrino.
Pellegrino volunteered to create the
mural and enlisted Wildman as her co-
designer. "The community needs to
know that the teenagers have been hard
at work on this project. We got so into it
and so many things have changed."
Orginally, the idea was to portray a
Biblical scene that incorporated bringing
light into darkness.
However, says Pellegrino, things began
to takeoff when she started discussing
the project with youth pastor Tom Morris.
Morris and his 16 teens.wanted some-
thing that represented what they had
been learning in Genesis. At that time,
Morris asked Pellegrino to create a mural
with a sunset.
"This is more than I expected," said
Morris while admiring the work. "We've
had as many as 10 people working in here
at a time."
According to Pellegrino, the six Satur-
days were not possible without the help of
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Sixteen-year-old Joni Wildman puts the finishing touches on a 22-foot mural Wild-
man designed for Good Samaritan Episcopal Church's youth room.


"When we first decided to do this,
everybody agreed to help," said Pellegri-
no. "We wanted it to not be a realistic rep-
resentation ofJesus on the cross. Instead,
it's a happy,jubilant expression."
Huter, who helped wash brushes, mix
paint and added some shrubbery to the
mural, was anxiously waiting for his turn at
the canvas. He was to add the finishing
touch of a school of fish, representing each
member of the youth group by name.
"It's nice," Huter said while adding
some shrubbery to the scene. "There
were a lot of kids helping out. If it has to
go around the whole room, that'll be OK."
Funding for the mural came from the
church and a $50 gift card donation.from


Home Depot, says Pellegrino.
"When you put your name-on some-
thing it has to be right," she said.
The mural is not the only project Mor-
ris has in mind for his group.
"We're revamping the youth room,"
said Morris. "Our next project will be to
take a designJeanne had done with the


Special to Clay Today
MIDDLEBURG Bishop Barry Coun-
cil, Knights of Columbus at St. Luke's
Church, Middleburg, will sponsor the
local level 2006 Knights of Columbus
Free Throw Championship,Jan. 21 at
10 a.m. at Annunciation Catholic
School, Blanding Boulevard and Old
Jennings Road.
The Knights of Columbus Free
Throw Championship is sponsored an-
nually, with winners progressing
through local, district, and state compe-
titions. International champions are


American flag and put it in the middle of
a collage of thing our country was found-
ed on as a reminder of what our founders
fought for."
The unveiling of the finished mural
and a dedication ceremony will take
place later this month, says Morris.
'This is totally unique," said Pellegrino.
"You won't find this anywhere. This will
last I'll be gone before the mural will."





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Orange Park teacher Jeanne Pellegrino
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announced by the K of C international
headquarters based on scores from the
state level competitions. Both boys and
girls 10 to 14 years old are eligible to par-
ticipate and will compete in their re-
spective age divisions. Last year more
than 179,000 sharpshooters participated
in more than 3,000 local competitions.
All contestants on the local level are
recognized for their participation in
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COUNTY from page A-1


in the county's government. "Manage-
ment in Clay County has been decentral-
ized," he said. "Good government cannot
operate that way."
Behring said that charter government
in Clay never came to be. It has never had
strong management and this, he insisted,
is the cause of the problems the county
now faces. '
Citing lack of internal controls,
Behring said he was amazed when, at his
firstBudget, Finance andPersonnel (BFP)
Committee meeting, there were proposals
for departure from established policy.
"There is a lack of a true financial plan
for the future," he said. Departures from
the budget in the first few weeks of the
fiscal year is, he said, an indication that
there are issues.
Citizens want good services and a re-
sponsible use of their money, Behring
said. If they have these, they are, in
general, willing to pay for their servic-

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Phillip Lamouieux at 276-2991.
The Knsightsof Colh ubus is an in-
ternantinal Caiholic family t .iei nal
service organization %%ith near\ 1.7
milbon 1memb1er in moe thaun 12.500
local councils. Last v\.ea. Knights do-
nated 60 million ol imteer hotiisand
$130 million to charitable and bene\v-
olent causes, spon.so ing projects. to
benefit their church, cou ncils, coim-
munities. fainilies and N south.


es, they simply want to know they are
getting their money's worth. Behring
cited growth and transportation as ob-
vious issues. The issues, though, must
be approached by plan. Every service
has a cost tied to expense, he said. The
days are over when a citizen can call his
favorite commissioner and get some-
thing done that has not been sched-
uled according to plan.
The'manager said thl-i e will be many
changes over the next few years. The Com-
mission is going tro have to develop and di-
rect policy issues, possibly meeting with the
public in the process. There will be quality
of life issues and school issues, among oth-
ers. And, he said, the board will provide
oversight and direction to the manager.
"That is their job," he said. "It is not
their job to manage my staff."
Behring was critical of the structure of
operations he had inherited.
"They still do things a certain way and
I don't know why," he said.
Referring to "important names and
families," he said, "I don't know who those
peopleare and I don't care."
Behring voiced his displeasure that, at
the BFP meeting, items were brought
forward that were not on the agenda and
that he knew nothing about. Individual
commissioners were aware of them how-
ever, which suggested to the manager
that he had been bypassed. In the future,
he said, there will be nothing on the
agenda from his staff that he knows
nothing about.
Addressing a question regarding the
county's current public works problem,
Behring said that he could assure his au-
dience that there isn't a county in the state


Perkins case against

Orange Park continues


By Debbie Israel Messer, Staff -
disraeltmesser@jcpgroup.com

ORANGE PARK Roger and Patricia
Perkins'lawsuit against the Town of Or-
ange Park is moving but with no decision
in sight
The Perkins' attorney Gary Luke filed
a brief with the Clay County Circuit Court
onT1hl.ursd.i\, Dc. 9.
The initial paperwork for the lawsuit
was filed on Oct. 6, but Luke filed several
motions with the Lo:u rt lo ex tend the pe ri-
odtofileabriefO ni.illiiiig th1>- Perkiin-s'iase
against the town;
The Perkins, who are real estate agents
with Keller Williams First Coast Realty in
Orange Park, are located on Highway 17.
At issue with the town was their use, and
placement, of a moving truck that was
parked within 100 feet of Highway 17.
The town contends that the use of the
truck, and its placement, violated portions
of the town's zoning ordinance.
In particular, the portion of the ordi-
nance regulating signage was a concern to
the town.
According to the town, the truck, and
the signage (more than ten square feet) on
the side of the truck, constituted a "rolling
billboard", not permitted by the code.
The placement of the truck within
100 feet of the road was also considered
a violation.


that hasn't buried "stuff" in a pit. But laws
change, he said. The problem is that Clay
County did not change with them.
Responding to a question from the au-
dience as to whether it is appropriate for
individual commissioners to chair the
various committees, Behring indicated
that that did not bother him, but that he


The Perkins came before the Orange
Park Code Enforcement Board on Sept.
7, which denied the appeal on a unani-
mous vote.
When the board denied the appeal it al-
lowed Perkins 15 days to comply with the
zoning ordinance before being charged
with a fine.
Perkins, who during the hearing said if
he lost he would comply, said after the
hearing he thought he would move the
truck ever hour and 59 minutes, to meet
the ordinance requirement that a vehicle
such as his could not be parked for longer
than two hours in one place.
Since that time Perkins says he has
parked the truck in the back of his build-
ing, between parking it for less than the two
hours specified by the ordinance; men-
tioning that there has been frequent use of
the truck by his clients.
Town Attorney Rob Bradley said attor-
ney Bob Brinton, who represented the
town council before the code enforcement
board, will be responding on behalf of the
council. Florida state law indicates the
town will have 20 days to respond to the
brief but may also ask for extensions in the
same manner as the Perkins' attorney.
Additionally, each side can ask to re-
spond to the others' briefs, extending the
period for a decision.
Judge Crenshaw of the Circuit Court
has been assigned to decide the case.


questioned the use of committees at all.
Presumably items coming before the
committees are planned and funded, he
said, and he did not see the point in du-
plicating the, effort of running it all
through committee and before the BCC.
Behring summed up; "This is the
-biggest challenge of my career."


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Women's Club donates books
Dianne Lyons, chairperson of The Federated Republican Women of Clay County
as Chairmen of the Maime Eisenhower Literary Program, presents books to Mid-
dleburg High School librarian Louise Gentry. Books were also presented to Or-
ange Park High School librarian Evalyne Eckles. The organization donates books
every year to public or school libraries; this year the books are given in memo-
ry of four pioneers of the organization: Marilouse Farshing; Pat Kangus; the
late Dorothy Holt; and Chance Irwin.


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Catholic Charities ranked


second largest network


Special to Clay Today
JACKSONVILLE The Catholic Chari-
ties network in which Catholic Charities
of the Diocese of Saint Augustine in-
cl i idi ng Clay County is a part has been
ranked as the second largest nonprofit
organization in the country, according to
The NonProfit Times, which publishes
the oldest annual ranking'of charities in
the country.
To be included in the "NPT 100," non-
profits must raise at least 10 percent of
their total revenue from public sources,
such as individual donors and founda-
tions.
This year, the Catholic Charities net-
work also has been ranked tenth among
the nation's largest fundraising organi-
zations in the country by The Chronicle
Of Philanthropy. The Chronicle's Philan-
thropy 400 ranks the nation's largest non-
profit groups by how much money they
raise from private sources. In 2004,
Catholic Charities agencies across the na-
tion received more than $580 million


from the private sector.
Catholic Charities agencies provide a
myriad of vital services in their commu-
nities, ranging from day care and coun-
seling to food and housing. In 2004, local
Catholic Charities agencies provided
help and created hope for more than 7
million people in need, regardless of
their religious, social or economic back-
grounds.
Locally, Catholic Charities of the Dio-
cese of Saint Augustine in 2004 received
$6,515,956 in support. Its IRS 990 shows
that 87.3 percent of these funds was allo-
cated for programs, 10.6 percent for
management and 2.1 percent for
fundraising efforts.
Catholic Charities, through its dioce-
san regional offices, provides a number
of services to the needy of our commu-
nity, including: Emergency assistance,
mental health, substance abuse and mar-
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Clay County Sheriff's Office Most Wanted
As of Monday,Jan. 2


Teagen Carney, 20, Leslie Chaney, 32,
violation of parole- felony worthless check
fleeing & eluding


Rafael Perez, 33, fail- Patricia Simmons, 30,
ure to appear, DUI felony worthless check
w/serious injury


Anthony Fox, 30, sex Christopher Jenkins,
offender 25, violation of parole-
felony child abuse


Marion Sims, 41,
felony worthless check


Lance Tippins, 24,
felony worthless check


James Green, 24, Christopher Johnson,
felony animal cruelty 20, failure to appear,
theft/possess cont. subs.

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William Todd, 50,
felony worthless check


Reginald Young, 24,
felony domestic battery


Milton Padgett, 27,
burglary


*EDITOR'S
NOTE:
The Clay County
Sheriff's Office
provides photo-
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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.


ARRESTS


Thefollowing were arrested Dec. 27-Jan. 3.
For more information, contact the Clay County
Sheriffs Office at 284- 7575
Albury,Bryan, 29:battery, poss of less than
20 grams of cannabis,possof controlled sub-
stance, poss of drug paraphernalia
Amerson, Worthen, 21: burglary, poss of
burglary tools
Armington, Benjamin, 25: fleeing/ at-
tempting to elude
Arnett,James, 41: worthless check
Atkins, Antwan, 18: resisting without vi-.
olence
Baird, Michael, 18: simple battery
Ball, Zackory, 28: affray
Bina, Gregory, 55: dui
Boyle, Daryl, 26: disorderly intoxication,
affray
Brown, Barry, 42: contempt of court
Brown, Thomas, 18: leaving the scene
with property damage
Bullington, Robert, 19: driving while li-
cense is suspended or revoked
Burge, Debbie, 39: worthless check
Butler, Christopher, 33: violation of pro-
bation for community control
Byars,Jeffrey, 20: poss of less than 20
grams of cannabis
Byrd, Gregory, 44: contempt of court
Byrd, Ryan, 19: leaving the scene of
crash
Chisholm, Lloyd, 39: disorderly intoxi-
cation, resisting officer without violence
Coleman, Daphne, 30: domestic battery
Conaway, Ricky, 22: driving while license
is suspended or revoked, poss of marijuana
Conners, Louis, 42: dui
Courtney, Curtis, 37: worthless check/
draft/debit card
Crockett, Mark, 51: grand theft


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Cuiksa, Richard, 27: aggravates battery
Davis, Constantia, 43: contempt of court
De Souza,Jose, 37: knowingly driving
while license is suspended or revoked
DenglerI, Li\ nni i, iniidicti -,rim inIiii _, I n- I
tempt
Dixon, Danielle, 26: worthless check
Drakeford, Michael, 40: poss of drug
paraphernalia
Dube, Terri, 18: grand theft
Duncan, Jason, 21: carry concealed
firearm
Eason, Terry, 37: petit theft, trespassing
after warning, poss of paraphernalia
Edney, Nichole, 18: open house party
Felton,James, 19: giving false name of
false id
Ferris, Roland, 45: grand theft of prop-
erty valued
Flannery,Jennifer, 27: driving while li-
cense is suspended or revoked
Flint, Catherine, 35: worthless check
ForehandJoann, 64: doctor shopping
Frazier,Evelyn, 22disorderlyintoxication
Fuson, Tina, 26: violation of probation
for community control
Galligher,Joshua, 24: domestic battery
Gilchrist, lan, 36: grand theft auto
Gressel, Andrew, 18: aggravates battery
Griffin, Rustin, 54: dui
Grubb, David, 39: driving while license
is suspended or revoked x5, attached tag
not assigned
Grubb, David, 39: expired tag more
than 4 months
Handy, Christopher, 22 contemptof court
Heasley,Joseph, 20: poss of more than


- CAY'S MOST WANTED -)


Reginald Young
Address: Jacksonville, FL DOB: N/A
Eyes: Brown Race: Black
Case#: 05af 159798 Sex: Male
Bond Amount: $75,003.00 Ht: 6'0"


Wt: 145 Ibs


.Hair: Black


WB Wanted for.
___ Felony Domestic Battery
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20 grams of cannabis
Henry, Gerald, 32: driving while license
is suspended or revoked, altered tag
HuffmanJerrold, 36: indirect criminal
contempt
Inscoe, David, 24: poss of controlled
substance, poss of less than 20 grams of
cannabis
Jackson, Quneshia, 22: disorderly intox-
ication


James, Felton, 20: poss of firearm, poss
of cocaine, poss of marijuana
Jefferson, Wayne, 23: petit theft
Johns, Lucas, 22: burglary to motor ve-
hicle, burglary to dwelling to unoccupied
Johnson, Clarence, 49: domestic battery
Johnson, John, 26: domestic assault,
criminal mischief
Jones, William, 35: worthless check
Kelley, Shannon, 26: worthless check
Koerner, Richard, 43: domestic battery
Korey, Gary, 24: criminal mischief

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IRS answers common tax questions


Special to Clay Today

Tax season is upon us and the Internal
Revenue Service offered the following an-
swers to common questions they receive
each year.
I'll be scrambling to file my 2005
federal tax return. What can I do now
to make things easier at tax filing time?
If you don't already have a record keep-
ing system, start one now. It can be as sim-
ple as file folders or a shoebox. Go through
all records and put everything that relates
to your 2005 taxes in one place. You can
avoid headaches at tax time by keeping
track of your receipts and other records
throughout the year.
There's no substitute for good records.
Having everything in one place will enable
you to quickly see if you're missing impor-
tant information and help make preparing
your tax return faster and easier.
Keep a copy of your 2004 tax return
with your 2004 tax records and make sure
you have easy access to your 2004 return.
You may need it when filing your 2005 re-
turn. For example, when e-filing your
2005 tax return, you can choose to file a
totally paperless tax return by electroni-
cally signing your return using a PIN
along with information from your 2004
tax return.


What are some tax changes for the
2005 tax year?
One big change relates to the standard
mileage rates. In September 2005, the IRS
increased standard mileage rates for all
miles driven between Sept. 1 and Dec. 31,
2005. While gasoline is a major factor in the
mileage figure, other items enter into the
calculation of mileage rates.
The rates for miles driven between Sept.
1 and Dec. 31, 2005 are:
48.5 cents a mile for business mileage
(up from 40.5 cents per mile for the first 8
months of 2005).
22 cents a mile for medical or moving
expenses (up from 15 cents per mile for the
first 8 months of 2005).
S14 cents per mile for providing services
for charitable organizations. This amount is
set by statute, not the IRS, and remains the
same as the first 8 months of 2005.
Beginning Jan. 1, 2006, the standard
mileage rates for the use of a car (including
vans, pickups or panel trucks).will be:
44.5 cents per mile for business miles
driven;
S18 cents per mile driven for medical or
moving purposes; and
*14 cents per mile driven in service of
charitable organizations, other than activ-
ities related to Hurricane Katrina relief.
More than ever, good record keeping is


key to ensuring that you can deduct the
mileage expenses you are entitled to..
Another issue is the change to one def-
inition of a "qualified child" for the de-
pendency exemption, head of household
filing status, Earned Income Tax Credit
(EITC), Child Tax Credit and Child and De-
pendent Care Credit.
Taxpayers will have to meet four tests
(relationship, residency, age and support
tests) to claim a qualifying child. Addition-
al information will be available in 2005 tax
forms and publications as well as on the
IRS Web site at irs.gov.
You can find the IRS Free File program
at irs.gov. E-file is fast, accurate and safe.
With direct deposit, you can get your re-
fund in 10 to 14 days.
People from-presidentially declared
disaster areas in Alabama, -Florida,
Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas who have
been granted additional time to file their
tax returns due to damage caused by Hur-
ricanes Katrina and Rita have until Feb.
28, 2006, to file their 2004 tax returns.
Many affected by these hurricanes have
relocated to areas throughout the country
- including Florida.
I've heard about a special program
.where individuals can donate leave
(which is turned into cash) for chari-
ties assisting with Hurricane Katrina


efforts. How does this work?
The Leave-Donation Program offers an
avenue for businesses and their employees
to work together to help those affected by
Hurricane Katrina. Employees donate an-
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cane Katrina relief and assistance.
Those interested in participating
should check with employers to see if they
have a Leave-Donation Program in place
or.are planning to establish one.
Tax information, forms and publica-
tions are available through the IRS Web
site 24 hours a day at www.irs.gov.

If you don't have access to the Internet
or want to speak with an IRS representa-
tive, call the IRS toll-free at 1-800-829-1040.
To order forms or publications, call 1-800-
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ARRESTS from page A-19


Krieger, Gary, 26: worthless check, driv-
ing while license is suspended or revoked
Lee, Thomas, 22: worthless check
Libby, Benjamin, 64: dui
Maloy, Donald, 52: domestic battery
Mann, Gene, 47: domestic battery
Mann, Meggy, 19: grand retail theft
Marquez, Lenin, 21: no valid driver's li-
cense, leaving the scene of accident
Marseille, Alix, 27: poss of cannabis less
than 20 grams
Martin, Richard, 33: worthless check x3
Mason, Windy, 30: worthless check
Mcbride,James, 44: worthless check/
draft/debit card x2
McClain, Eugene, 56: burglary, poss of.
burglary tools, poss of drug paraphernalia
McDonald, Anthony, 25: affray, disor-
derly intoxication
McSwain,William,51:worthless check x12
Michael,John, 18: carrying concealed
weapon
Miller, Aaron, 24: worthless check x4


Miller, Oakley, 40: worthless check x2
Milligan, Daniel, 41: ignition interlocks
devices requiring
Mims, Bernard, 19: no valid drivers li-
cense, attached tag not assigned
Mixon, Clyde, 54: worthless check,
worthless check/draft/ debit card x2
Moreau, Michael, 39: driving while li-
cense is suspended or revoked, attached tag
not assigned
Morgan, Ronald, 24: affray
Moritz, Sean, 18: aggravates battery,
open house party
Moss, Robin, 37: attempt to obtain con-
trolled substances
Oneil, Cleath, 42: burglary, petit theft
Pardee, Amanda, 23: worthless check x4
Parker, Debra, 35: indirect criminal con-
tempt of court
Pickard, Edward, 24: poss/use of drug
paraphernalia, dui
PierceJoseph, 40: contempt of court for
child support
Plumley, Kenneth, 54: dealing in stolen
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Powers, Eugene, 49: domestic battery
Powers, Ryan, 23: driving while license is
suspended or revoked, no motorcycle en-
forcement, giving false name or id
Preedin, Scott, 36: worthless check,
knowingly driving while license is sus-
pended or revoked
Pusey, Lovette, 22: grand theft
Renau, Sheila, 45: dui
Reyes, Adrian, 23: driving while license
is suspended or revoked, accident involv-
ing damage
Roberts, Christeene, 61: worker's comp
fraud
Roberts, Kirk, 24: failure to appear on bail
Roberts, William, 52: driving while li-
cense is suspended or revoked, attached tag
unassigned
Roberts-Galan,Mary,34: domestic battery
Rodriguez, David, 39: driving while li-
cense is suspended or revoked
Rogillio, Robyn, 39: expired tag more
than 6 months
Rosenbaum, Harold, 37: false 911 calls,
battery on leo
Rupert, Benjamin, 24: driving while li-
cense is suspended or revoked
Sasser, Rebecca, 33: worthless check
SaulnierJames, 31: domestic violence
Schmitt, Andrew, 22: trespassing on
property
Scott, Deandre, 20: robbery firearm,
petit theft
Sales, Ricardo, 18: aggravated assault
SerranoJowie, 28: burglary to occupied
dwelling
Shaw, Harlan, 43: indirect criminal con-
tempt
-Shelley, Karen, 36: forged check, forgery
Shelton, Chadwick, 28: driving while


license is suspended or revoked
Shepherd, Matthew, 20: dui with prop-
erty damage
Smiley, Michael, 25: battery
Smith, Christina, 27: dui with property
damage
Smith, Lewis, 53:poss cannabis less than
20 grams, poss of drug paraphernalia
Smith, William, 18: poss of cocaine, poss
of marijuana, poss of scheduleI ii
Southerland, Kacey, 22: grand theft
Stubbe, Mary, 40: driving while license
is suspended or revoked :
-Sukovich, Matthew, 23: driving while li-
cense is suspended or revoked ,
Swanson, Richard, 41: fraudulent use of
credit card, grand theft, exploitation of
elderly/disabled
Tarpley, Grayleri, 21: domestic battery
Taylor,Jessica, 24: burglary
Taylor,Jessica, 24: criminal use of per-
sonal identification
Taylor, Mark, 40: battery
Thomas, Lee, 25: poss of marijuana re-
sist/obstruct/ oppose of officer :
Thompson, Tracy, 27: battery, trespass-
ing after warning
Trumbley, Carol, 44: expired drivers
license -
Vanburen, Martin, 38: uttering forged
checks x8
Wagner, Niklas, 28: domestic battery
Walls, Toni, 35: violation of probation
for community control x2
White, Antonio, 21: no valid drivers li-
cense, concealed weapon/electric weapon
White,Jimmy, 33: indirect criminal con-
tempt of court
Whitson, Kristi, 19: retail theft
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STAFF PHOTO BY GREG WALSH
America's Heart volunteer Linda Grabowski of Middleburg works on pouring potato flakes from a huge container into small plas-
tic bags. Grabowski says its gratifying to know the organization helps people in need around the world.


HEART from page A-1


hands quickly.
Within daysof Hurricane Katrina, Brig-
gs said America's Heart was getting ship-
ments to Gulf Coast victims.
"Bill was in areas before FEMA had got-
ten there, before the Red Cross had gotten
there. It's not minimizing what they are
doing ... but you have people within 24
hours who need help, the sick and desper-
ate. Billwas in those areas," Griggs said.
In all, the organization sent more than
360 truckloads to Katrina victims. Much of
it was in Mississippi, where America's Heart
was named the disaster relief coordinator
for six counties. Still more shipments were
sent to South Florida counties in 2005 fol-
lowing Hurricane Wilma.
"In 2005, we sent over 500 trucks from
Belle Glade, Fla., to Orange, Texas,"
Henry said.
The sheer volume of materials the or-
ganization sends is staggering. In 2004,
America's Heart sent more than 4,000 con-
tainers to 198 countries and had represen-
tatives in 154 countries, Henry said.
Just one planeload of materials sent to
Pakistan in October to help earthquake
victims was worth $21 million, he said.
A specialproject
One of the projects Henry is most
proud of is furnishing a tiny Alabama
town, Bayou La Batre, with it own ambu-
lance. Henry said he purchased the ambu-
lance in Pennsylvania, and then with the
help of theJacksonville Fire Rescue De-
partment, completely refurbished it
"When we do it, we do it from the tires
up and the front bumper back," he said.
"We don't ship junk to people."


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PHOTO SPECIAL TO CLAY TODAY
A group of Bayou La Batre, Ala., children gave Bill Henry of America's Heart a hug after
he delivered donated Beanie Babies to their school following Hurricane Katrina.


Town officials told him the ambulance
- first given to a local church, which in
turn donated it to the town would save
lives by cutting transport times by more
than half.
But it was during a visit to Bayou La
Batre to deliver the ambulance-and aload
of 456 Beanie Babies collected by a Massa-
chusetts girl to help Hurricane Katrina vic-
tims that Henry says he got some direct
feedback
Henry said a young girl who attends
Alba Elementary School where they took
the stuffed animals told him the gift would
make a bad situation a little better.
"She came up and gave me a big hug
and said'Today is my birthday but I wasn't
going to get anything because we are
sleeping in the front yard.' They didn't
even have a FEMA trailer yet. I got a little


How to volunteer
To get information on how to volun-
teer for America's Heart, contact Linda
Grabowski at (904) 477-1975 or (904)
282-2779.

sugar that day."
Despite trying to fly under the radar,
Henry's efforts also have been recognized
by others. He's received accolades from sev-
eral organizations and been honored with
presidential commendation awards, in-
cluding the Ronald Reagan Award and the
Gold Medal Achievement Award.
But he points to another power when
asked what motivates him:"I don't have the
courage to tell God I can't do what I was
called to do."


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North Korean

connection
By Greg Walsh. Managing Editor

OR AN(-E P\RK Lffi rt' t tr', t. u11 mc
foreign off icials Ain-eiic tl ..' Hea.it is
helpirn, pleplh- aini nuot piomtin',T




bieen qlluietl building <, 'lt:iilifi>iliip
\\i i hthieDo rtlIi.r ibo P topkls Rpublic
Oif Korea.or DPRK.
"Tierc is uan agrceeintl tlht i
being finalized t ht u ill manlke uLi ti.-
e- ILLusi\ t p-1' Mide l andl ianacr,:r :c'l
K,_,ea.'" Heni \ :iid.
H-- tentamelv pla.s to travel to
Not til KhreaI's Lapilol. Puorigliantg. in
Marchi where lie will meet with g, v-
ernment of ticialss.itii lhidintg Piresident
Kim u11 Sung.
In a sir.iine twist,tihe dei asration
bi rouiht bi Hut:i ricit-e Kaurina Aug..29
:iaci.la lhelp rd Heni\ con ince No(nh
Koiean oiticialt i trust him.
A ismill dele:I:riton ol DPRK'Ii- ')od
reliabilitalion protg 'ran qi. iel dippedd
intoJa: ksoni ille': er Lab'.,r D.\ t eek-
end to hold talks withl se ci al faithi-basdl
organizations, inc luding Anieric:'s
Heaj nrt er hoowiis a argo man-
aelleni it comipan.i, .iid hle ot U.S. go'v-
erneiciu appi oval for the 1isit and paid
to ha e the delegation iloW i here ftiuin
North Korea fir the talks. which we t-
planid monds in advance.
Arriviigjiist davs matter the hurri-
cane struck the gulf coars, the six-
member North Korean delegiadon
acu tall\ got a chance to ee Ainerica's
Heart and other non-pIoflit ot gaiuza-
tions in action when tlel ni' .eltd to
Gulf port' liss.
"Thev came heIe to meet ith us,
but while they were here they vo'lu n-
teered theii time and we drove all the
way over tri Gulf port and back in one
da\ so they could iJacli theirflilght out
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GCS from page A-3
*Develop an"overlay" for use in devel-
opment zones to permit, under specific
conditions, departure from zoning re-
quirements;
Review the redevelopment of the
SR16 and US17 corridors;
Revisit the redevelopment manual
of three or four years ago;
Develop a streetscape plan, and
Begin planning for a wireless city.
Tinney, at that point, said he had been
approached by a man that would be will-
ing to come before thecouncil with a
brief presentation on wireless cities. The
proposal was met with general approval.
Page returned to his list:
Pedestrian access to the St. Johns
River;
Public/private partnerships to devel-
op affordable housing, possibly through
a community land trust;
A workshop with the Clay County
Chamber of Commerce to make certain
that Green Cove Springs is "written into"
their economic development plans;
Clean up campaigns;
Expand the Neighborhood Watch
program, and
Pursue the development-of the Outer
Beltway.
Vice-mayor Debbie Ricks said that, in
addition, she c,0 Ii !d 1i kc to look at build-
ing height restrictions in certain zoning
categories.
Councilman Mike Kelter cautioned
the council that all the proposals will
carry a cost. Even development of ordi-
nances will incur staff time costs. He said
he would like for the City to be successful
in three or four things immediately and
suggested that the Council focus initially
on rule making.
Pl11 nri nig ConsultantJanis Fleet sug-
gested the Council give particular atten-
tion to the State Road 16 and U.S. 17
corridors where development pressure is
the greatest.
Develop overlays, Fleet suggested.
"Doin' doa.ai\ 1\ ithanything, give thede-
veloper a choice a give/take situation."
Councilman John Buchanan ques-
tioned as to why the City should give de-
velopers anything.
Fleet explained it would not be a give-
away but a trade-off. If a developer want-
.ed a variance to height restrictions along
the US17 corridor, for instance, he might
have to supply additional landscaping or
some other amenity in return.


After serving 15 years as Green Cove Springs chief of police, Gail Russell is turning
in his badge and getting ready to gp fishing. Mayor Bob Page read a length letter of
commendation for Russell reviewing his service all the way back to the police de-
partment at Fernandina Beach.


STAFF PHOTOS BY BOB HENDERSON
The Green Cove Springs City-Council adopted a resolution Tuesday, Jan. 3, honoring
the Glennie Martin for their contributions to the community, the latest of which was the
provision of new lighted Christmas displays along US17 and Walnut Street. Here, rep-
resentative Joe Hapi listens intently as Mayor Bob Page reads the resolution. Sur-
rounding them are City Manager Don Bowles, left, Councilmen Mike Kelter and John
Buchanan, Hapi and Page, Vice-mayor Debbie Ricks and Councilman Matthew Tinney.


Kelter repeated that he r.ouldl like to
see a couple of "quick victory projects."
These would serve as assurances to the
Visioning Committee and the public that
the Council is taking the report seriously
with full intention to implement it.
In partial response to a question, Fleet
told the Council thatJacksonville Beach
had adopted, by reference, the Interna-
tional Property Maintenance Code. The
Southern Standard Housing Code,


adopted sometime ago by the City, was
very specific on how buildings should be
built but said little about how they should
be maintained. The maintenance code
would supply that need. Later in the
meeting, City Attorney Jim Arnold was
instructed the put the code into the City's
format and bring it back for Council con-
sideration.
In the past, the City has declared
"amnesty days" in which residents could


put out solid waste, except building de-
bris, for pick up. Tinney suggested that
this should be done quarterly. Public
Works Director Bob Gamble said that
they were doing that on a regular basis
but that there is not much publicity about
it so residents don't know what they can
place at the curbside.
Cars pose a special problem, City Man-
ager Don Bowles said. Most people are
not aware that they can call the Police De-
partment or City Hall and have them
hauled off with no charge. He also sug-
gested that a slogan be developed to
bring clean up alive in residents' minds..
Fleetalso suggested that various groups
be encouraged to "adopt" a street, not only
for clean up, but for streetscape as well.
Returning to the CCAR property,
Page wondered if Challenge Enterprises
would be willing to give title for a mort-
gage assumption.
Arnold told the council that a mort-
gage assumption would be unlikely but
that the City has plenty of resources to
borrow the $600,000 necessary to acquire
the property.
Bowles informed the Council that he
is in the process of preparing an applica-
tion for a "legislative grant" and that this
would consume most of his time for the
next few weeks.
Arnold suggested the City approach
Challenge Enterprises and ask about ob-
taining an option to buy so as to secure ac-
quisition against offers from other parties.
Page summed up the tasks now before
them:
Develop standards for overlay districts;
*Receive presentationonthe wireless city;
Create clean up publicity campaign;
Develop an adopt-a-street program;
Continue pursuit of acquisition of
CCAR property from Challenge Enter-
prises, and
*Pursue aCR3l15b) pa ssai n ind rl ie cit\
To this Bowles suggested expansion of
Neighborhood Watch.
At their regular meeting, the council
heard a presentation fromJim King, di-
rector of the St.Johns Ri' ci Cain llnmu i \
Action Partnership, in \ hii:h li pli,.-
posed a new "partnership" of his agency
with the City. He sa id h is a:ge n\ u1 -, ld
provide a quarter-time person to receive
applications for assistance if the City
would provide space in City Hall. Two
programs are of particular interest to the
City, the Weatherization Program and
electric bill assistance. Council approved
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charged with possession of a firearm by
a convicted felon. Records show he was
convicted in March 2005 of possession of
cocaine, the report says.
White was charged with possession of
a concealed firearm and no valid driver's
license, the report says.
Both men denied knowing the hand-
gun was hidden under the front seat, the
report says.

Man uses bat
GREEN COVE SPRINGS An 18-
year-old man was accused of hosting an
open house party for minors early New
Year's Day and striking a man with a base-
ball bat.
Police were called to the home in the
2100 block of Black Creek Terracejust be-
fore 2 a.m. Jan. 1 and arrested Sean
Patrick Moritz, according to a Clay Coun-
ty Sheriff's Office report.
Moritz was charged with aggravated


battery for striking the man with the bat.
Information on the victim's condition
was not available.
The report says several minors were
drinking at the home with Mortiz's per-
mission.

Stun gun found
ORANGE PARK An 18-year-old Or-
ange Park man is charged with carrying a
concealed weapon after police found he
was carrying an operational "stun gun."
The Clay County Sheriff's Office
chargedJohn Allen Michael, of the 400
block of Taylor Avenue, after it received
several complaints from residents in the
Tanglewood neighborhood about a man
in a black Cadillac "brandishing a stun
gun," according to an arrest report.
Officers later found the vehicle about
3 a.m. Sunday, Jan. 1, and searched the
man, who told them he had the weapon
in his pocket, the report says.
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man may have threatened residents.


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Navy Seaman Apprentice Seth A.
Lowry, a 2002 graduate of First Coast Acad-
emy, completed U.S. Navy basic training at
Recruit Training Command, GreatLakes,Ill.
During the eght-week program, Lowry
trained in classroom study, naval customs,
first aid, firefighting, water safety and sur-
vival, 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 the warrior attributes
of sacrifice, dedication, teamwork and en-
durance through the practical application
of basic Navy skills and the core values of
honor, courage and commitment. Its
"Navy" flavor was designed to take into ac-
count what it means to be a Sailor.

Air Force Airman Travis D. Dubberly
graduated from basic military training at
Lackland Air ForceBase, San Antonio, Texas.
During the six weeks of training, the air-
man studied the Air Force mission, organi-
zation, and military customs and courtesies;
performed drill and ceremony marches,
and received physical training, rifle marks-
manship, field training exercises, and spe-
cial training in human relations.
In addition, airmen who complete basic
training earn credits toward an associate de-
gree through the Community College of
the Air Force.
The son of Bonnie and Dennis Dubber-
ly of Orange Park, Dubberly is a 2001 grad-
uate of Ridgeview High School.

Navy Chief Warrant Officer Kimber-
ly Tolbert, niece of VivianJ. Sharp ofJack-
sonville, deployed in support of the Global
War on Terrorism while assigned to the am-
phibious assault ship USS Nassau home-
ported Norfolk, Va.
Prior to deploying, Tolbert and more


than 2, 000 of her fellow shipmates of the
USS Nassau Expeditionary Strike Group
successfully completed a Composite Train-
ing Unit Exercise and aJoint Task Force Ex-
ercise (JTFEX).
Tolbert is a 1980 graduate of Charles
Henderson High School of Troy, Ala. and
joined the Navy in October 1985. She is a
1999 graduate of Troy State University -
Montgomery, Montgomery, Ala. with a MS
degree and a 1992 graduate of Southern Illi-
nois University, Carbondale, Carbondale,
Ill. with a BS degree.

Air National Guard Airman Marcus
W. Holling VI graduated from basic mili-
tary training at Lackland Air Force Base,
San Antonio, Texas.
During the six weeks of training, the air-
man studied the Air Force mission, organi-
zation, andmilitary customs and courtesies;
performed drill and ceremony marches,
and received physical training, rifle marks-
manship, field training exercises, and spe-
cial training in human relations.
In addition, airmen who complete basic
training earn credits toward an associate de-
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The son of Larae H. Hendrix of Orange
Park, the airman is a 2001 graduate of Bish-
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Navy Seaman Apprentice Sean M.
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By Horace Davis, Staff
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JACKSONVILLE When the Toyota
Gator Bowl selection committee an-
nounced that the Louisville Cardinals
would play the Virginia Tech Hokies in the
Gator Bowl that meant two former Clay


County student athletes would return to
play at Alltel Stadium onJanuary 2.
Sophomore tight end Gary Barnidge,
a former Middleburg Bronco who grad-
uated in 2004 and sophomore strong
safety Terrence Butler a former Clay Blue
Devil who also graduated in 2004 made
the trip home to play in front of many


Former Middleburg star and current Louisville tight end Gary Barnidge celebrated
his return trip home with this 29-yard touchdown catch in the third quarter.


CORRESPONDENT PHOTOS BY TL COCHRAN

family and friends.
The 6 foot 3, 230-pound Barnidge
scored the Cardinals final touchdown of
the day on a 29-yard reception, which
gave Louisville a 24-13 third quarter lead
said,
"A tight end doesn't get a chance to
make a play like that very often. However,
we could have played better today but
we'll be back and better the next time".
Barnidge, who assumed the starting
tight end position this year and has 17 re-
ceptions for 250-yards and two touch-
downs also played in all 12 games as a
freshman and caught seven passes for 85
yards and five touchdowns including a
25-yard touchdown pass against Texas
Christian University.
His former high school coach Allan
Powers at Middleburg was just as proud
to see Barnidge play said, "I knew Gai'y
would be a success, you could not ask for
a better kid, he worked hard on and off
the field and is ajoy to be around. "What-
ever path he takes whether that is a career
in the NFL or other I know he will be suc-
cessful, the thing I remember most is that
he always had a smile on his face and this
could not happen to a better kid".
The 6 foot 3, 217-pound Butler who
GATOR BOWL continued on page B-3








Section B-2


CLAYTODAY.BIZ


January 5, 2006


SPORTS BRIEFS


Clay PAL offering winter sports
The Clay County PAL is accepting
signups for boys and girls winter basket-
ball and baseball.
Both sports are $60 to register and.the
majority of games and practices will be
held in the Lake Asbury area.
The PAL is also we are accepting appli-
cations for coaches and assistant coaches.
For more information or registration
forms go to www.claycountyflpal.com or
call Deputy Sheriff Rod Houldson at
(904) 284-8032.
Field day sign ups will be held at Lake
Asbury Junior High on Saturday Feb 14
from 9am to 2pm. However, all are encour-
age to sign up early as registrations are


handled on a first come first serve basis.

GCSA baseball/softball reg.
The Green Cove Springs Athletic As-
sociation will be having sign ups for base-
ball/softball on Tuesday's from 6pm to
8pm and on Saturdays from 10am to 2pm
during the month ofJanuary.
The registration cost is $85 and that
covers the trophy, shirt, hat, and socks.
To register, go to gcsaa.baberuthnet-
work.com and download an application

Take Stock in Children soccer


on Feb. 25 at the Dennis Viollet Soccer
Complex (Eagle Harbor). The registra-
tion fee is $125 and the deadline to reg-
ister is Feb.14. Teams with TSIC scholars
will be offered a discounted rate.
For more information contact Helen
Quinn at (904) 272-8144 or email
hquinn@mail.clay.kl2.fl.us
Proceeds from this tournament will
benefit Take Stock in Children, an organi-
zation that provides scholarships and men-
tors to deserving Clay County students!
Applications available online at
www.claycountysoccer.com


Shootout
Kick off the spring season with Take Want to try something Twisted?
Stock in Children 3v3 soccer shootout Grab your buddies and enter the


Twisted 4v4 soccer competition offered
by Clay County Sports, Inc:
Twisted soccer combines the exhilara-
tion of team soccer with the thrills of play
behind the net hockey.
In addition to the fun you will receive
a limited edition Twisted Soccer shirt
plus winners will take home a special
winners trophy.
Sign your team up by phone at (904)
278-1001 or www.TwistedSoccer.com

Ten Star Basketball Camp ac-
cepting applications
Applications are now being evaluated


BRIEFS continued on page B-8


Clay County, Florida




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ARGYLE BAPTIST
"Dr. Ken Dyal
8165 Argyle Forest Blvd.
GOOD SHEPHERD EVANGELICAL
LUTHERAN CHURCH
Jonathan Kuske, Pastor
6551 Argyle Forest
10:30 a.m. Worship Service
9 a.m. Sunday School
778-1491
KIRKWOOD PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Pastor Bill Hoff
8701 Argyle Forest Blvd
Sunday Worship 10am
Sunday School 8:45am
Wed. Bible Study 6:45pm
vwww.kirkwoodchurch.org
CLAYlHIULL
CLAY HILL BAPTIST
6054 CR-218. Maxvillc 289-9292
LAKE ASBURY
BAPTIST CHURCH
Pastor Skipper Smith
Lake Asbury Comm. Center
DOCTORS INLET
DOCTORS INLET CHURCH OF GOD
Chris Oliver.
144 Old Jennings Rd.
272-0919
FELLOWSHIP BIBLE CHURCH
Rev. Gary Shilling
2827 CR 220
RIVERS OF LIFE MINISTRIES
Skip & Sheilah Ryan
P.O. Box 324 D.I. 32030
272-5433
LAKESIDE COMMUNITY CHURCH
Pastor Craig Bowen
564 Tara Farms Dr. (across from Doctors Inlet
Elementary near College Dr & CR 220)
272-3302
FAITH WESLEYAN CHURCH
582 Plantation Dr.
(College Dr. extended south from CR 220)
272-1754
Rev. Stephen Valliere, Pastor
9:30 Sunday School, 10:45 Worship and
6 p.m. Wed. 7 p.m..
FLEMING ISLAND
FLEMING ISLAND
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH-
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FLEMING ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH
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HIBERNIA BAPTIST CHURCH
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215-2488 or0704-5965
HERITAGE BAPTIST
. 4325 Hwy. 17 S: 269-2405
'k PATHWAY CHURCH
H t i ... nl a, j ,. .. O, F
.Teachin Pastor: Russell Franklin
541,0092
SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH
David Swinyer, Pastor .
4501 U.S. 17 S.
269-2607
SACRED HEART CATHOLIC CHURCH
Fr. Donal, Pastor
lullHl. 17 S.

GREEN COVE SPRINGS
ABUNDANT LIFE
CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP
.Pastor Scott Becker
91 Branscomb Rd, Green Cove Springs
FL, 32043 -282-3060
SSunday Worship 10:30am & 6pm
at Lake Asbury Jr. High
SWed. Family Prayer 7:00pm at 91 BranscrombRd.
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which conit such thingss.


CELEBRATION FELLOWSHIP CHURCH
806 Oak St. 284-1570
CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP CHURCH
Paul Salazar, Pastor
506 So. Highland Ave.
284-5936
CHURCH OF CHRIST
Glenn Logston & Claude McEldowney
479 Houston St.
284-1858
CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST
703 Middleburg Ave.
CONGREGATION HOLINESS CHURCH
Rev. Ronnie Surrencv
Hwy. 16-Home-294-5913 -
CROSSROAD LUTHERAN MEETS AT
THUNDERBOLT ELEMENTARY
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264-6575
DECOY BAPTIST CHURCH
Bobby Baker
671 Decoy Rd.
284-5223
DEFENDER'S MINISTRY
Rev. Dave Talbot'
FAITH BAPTIST TEMPLE
Rev. Henry Bowen
4330 CR- 5A
FIRST AFRICAN BAPTIST CHURCH
433 Palmetto Ave. 284-5490
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
615 Walnut St.
284-9231
Pastor Anselmo Castano
FIRST HAITIAN CHURCH
Rev Fritzner Jean
1489 Russell Rd.
FIRST UNITED PENTECOSTAL
Rev. D.A. Dodge, Pastor
5945 Hwv 17 S.
Green Cove Springs. FL 32043
Sun. @ 2p.m.; Thurs. @ 7 p.m.
1-888-356-6991 for more info.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Rev. W. Hunter Camp, II
Gum St:at U.S. 17
284-9261
FIRST UNITED METHODIST
Richard Shannonhouse
500 Walnut St.
284-9700
FLEMING ISLAND UNITED
METHODIST CHURCH
Rev. Brian Fowler
7170 Highway 17
284-3366
GRACE MISSIONARY BAPTIST
.4411 Springbank Rd.. GCS
Brother Spurgeon Hayes Pastor'
Sun. School 11 a.m:
Worship Service I1 Noon
Sunday Eve. 6 p.m. 7:30 p.m.
Wed. Eve. 6:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m.
Thursday Eve. 6:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m.
GREEN COVE SPRINGS CHURCH OF GOD
3218 U.S. 17 N. -284-6916
HARBOR BAPTIST CHURCH
Samuel Jewell, Pastor
1120 Clay St. at lHwy 17
Green Cove Springs
529-5229
HICKORY GROVE BAPTIST
i' i .-..11 iI
KINGDOM OF GOD IN CHRIST
Elder Scott
1205 Houston St.
LAKE ASBURY BAPTIST CHURCH
Tioy Grant
2674 Henley Rd. 282-7079
LIVING WATERS WORSHIP CENTER
1104 Idlewild Ave.
MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. Johnny Bryant
1315 East St.


MT. PLEASANT BAPTIST
Rev. Robert L. Wright
1300 MLK Blvd.
284-9431
MT. ZION A.M.E. CHURCH
549 Palmetto Ave.
ONE VETERANS CRUSADE FOR CHRIST
Rev. Darcey Moser, Jr.
2001 Deel Rd.
ORANGE AVE. BAPTIST
Dr. H. Mark Niclolson
1106 N. Orange Ave.
284-3937
RUSSELL BAPTIST
2299 Sandridge Rd., GCS
Lake Asbury 284-3951
8:15 am, 11:00 am & 6:00 pm Sunday Service
ST. JOSEPH BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. Embry Bradley
P.O. Box 1042
ST. MARGARET'S EPISCOPAL
Father Ken Hlerzog
Old Church Rd., Hibernia
284-3030
ST. MARY'S EPISCOPAL
Rev. Chris Martin
400 St. Johns Ave.
284-5434
SHARON SOUTHERN BAPTIST CHURCH
5584 Sharon Rd. 284-0046
TRINITY BAPTIST CHURCH
Deacon Brace Butler
P.O. Box 534
BEULAH BAPTIST
Rev. Wescoat Holloway
4579 SR-21
Sun. Sch. 9:45a.m./Chulrcl 11:00 a.m.
529-9530
SHILOH BAPTIST CHURCH
Pastor Keith Stewart
CR 226-*284-9044
FIRST BLACK CREEK BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. Bobby Register 3904 Hwy. 16 W.
529-9084
PENNEY COMMUNITY CHURCH
"Interdenominational"
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SUNRISE BAPTIST CHURCH
1015 Idlcwild Ave., Green Cove Springs
SundaI Sch 9:30 a.m., Worship 10:30 a.m..
Wed. 7 p.m.
SACRED HEART CATHOLIC CHURCH
Father Donal Sullivan
7190 Hwy 17. Green Cove Springs
Sunday Services
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
CHRIST EVANGELICAL
LUTHERAN CHURCH
Rev. Todd Engel, Pastor
3760 SR 21, KH
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. Lloyd Greene, Pastor
1155 Orchid Avenue
(Corner Hwy. 21 & Orchid Ave.)
Keystone Heights, FL 32656
352-473-2713
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Hwy. 21 *.473-0602
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD
SR 100 High Ridge Estates
KEYSTONE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Jeff Kantz, Pastor
H'.Hw. 21 S.
8:15 & 11:00 Traditional 9:30 Contemporary
352-473-3829
MIDDLEBURG
APOSTOLIC LIGHTHOUSE
OF MIDDLEBURG


Pastor M. David Goodman
4182 CR 218 Suite 6 SALVATION ARMY
* ,!i..i. ii,- F ,i.- 2795 CR220
S.r,...ri ..r l.,,p I ii ... i ti l r i ...t 276-6677
(904) 298-1443 or (904) 945-9663
BLACK CREEK CHURCH OF CHRIST SOUTiHMIDDLEBURG BAPTIST CHURCH
3216 State Rd. 218 282-4033 Calvin Childers, Pastor
4565 Alligator Blvd.
BLACK POND.BAPTIST CHURCH 282-9134
Rev. Charlie Hunt, Senior Pastor
Rev. Russell Hall, Associate Pastor ST. LUKE'S CATHOLIC CHURCH
3644 Old Jennings Rd., Middleburg FL 32068 1606 Blanding Blvd.
282-5718 282-0439-
BRANAN FIELD BAPTIST CHURCH ST. PETER'S LUTHERAN
Pastor Jack Lee 1614 BlandingBlvd.
908 Brannanfield Rd.' 282-8876
282-7970
VINEYARD CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP


CALVARY BAPTIST
Pastor Ken Pledger
1532 Longbay Rd.
282-0407
CINNAMON STREET BAPTIST CHURCH
Dr. Lee Roy Dalrvmple
20 Cinnamon St."
282-0881
CHURCH OF THE BRETHREN
Charles McGuckin
1651 Russell Rd.
Comer of CR 220 & 209
Sun. School 10:00 a.m.
Sunday Service ll:00a.m.
282-5048
FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Charles Clark, Pastor
3167County Rd. 215
Sun. School 9:45 a.m.
Sunday Worship 10:45 a.m.
Sunday Evening Praise 6:30 pim
Wednesday Bible Study 7:00 pm
282-1466"
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Dr. C. Alan Floyd Jr.
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FIRST CHURCH OF GOD
Rev. Jesse McLain
3965 Old Jennings Rd.
282-1810
GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH
Pastor Edward L. Weinberge
Everett Avenue,
Middleburg
282-7777
Pastor Melvin Register
KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST CHURCH

Starke, FL 32091
..li, , ...",,,.hT II a.m. & 7 p.m.
Wednesday Prayer Service 7 p.m.
LIVING WATERS OF MIDDLEBURG
Dennis Mills, Pastor
5118 Counly Road 218 West'
291-0704
MADEIRA.BAPTIST
Dr. Jerry Robinson, Pastor
1..'; ll 1l, ,1i i ii II,, ..1.1 .I.t., r ,

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
Rev. Bob Wannall
3825 Main St.
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, Middlehurg
282-2984.


Ron Stephans
P.O. Box 862 or 3114 CR 220
904-282-0310


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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)
Orange Park
Sunday Worship 9:45 am / Prayer Fellowship
10:30 am / Worship 11:00 am

ISLAND VIEW BAPTIST CHURCH
Dr. WM. Scott Conner
900 Hwy. 17
264-6411
LAKESIDE CHURCH OF CHRIST
m"a' .. t, .. I i.' : "
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ORANGE PARK 264-2463
ABUNDANTJOYCHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP LIVING WORD COMMUNITY CHURCH
999 Blanding Blvd. 512 Kingsley Ave. 10:30 a.m. service
213-0048 904-264-8133
Pastor Rev. Donald F. Tylor Pastor Eric Jaffe
ADVENT LUTHERAN CHURCH ww.lwcconline.org
2156 Loch Rane Blvd. wwwcconl
Pastors: Robert Hale MOOSEHAVEN CHAPEL
272-6370 278-1210
ASBURY UNITED METHODIST NEW HORIZONS ORANGE PARK
CHURCH OF ORANGE PARK Terry Muntain, Pastor
Rev. Linda Standifer Meets at OP HS Cafeteria
16 College Dr Sunda 9 am.
27-0116' Sunday 9am.
272-0110 Bible tudy 10:30 am.
4
BAHA'I- 800-22-UNITE OAK LEAF BAPTIST CHURCH
Pastor Robert Ball
BE READY MIISTRIES 1980 Wells Road (near Toys R Us).
First Christian-Jewish Fellowship 213-9894
Spirit and Truth Worship Center
Across From Grove Park Elem on ORANGE PARK CHURCHOF CHRIST
Miller & Gano. Terrace Rhoden, Preacher
264-6791, 778-1869, 800-445-9955 1365 k.,...i. -.... FL ::,L .7
BEREAN BAPTIST CHURCH P.O. B .2. :,.A I-
Dr. Tom Neal ORANGE PARK UNITED
4459 U.S. Hwy. 17 S. METHODIST CHURCH
Lee Ann Inman. Pastor
BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH Worship 8:15, 9:15, 9:30, 11:00
Dr. Paul Fowler. Pastor 152 Stowe Ave.
3060 Moody Rd. 264-2241
BIBLE BELIEVERS ORANGE PARK ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Christian Fellowship Allan '.;:.; .. r., ....
Pastor Curtis A.Beceles Sr. Servi'. i'
2106 Park Avenue 1324 Kingsley Ave.
269-2423 264-5961
BUCKMAN BRIDGE 264-
UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST SOCIETY ORANGE PARK CHURCH
hlit:/ .bbuus.or, OF THE NAZARENE
Orane Pa8k, FL 32067 3212 Moody Rd. 269-5623
276-4739 ORANGE COVE SEVENTH-DAY
ADVENTIST CHURCH
CALVARYASSEMBLY OF GOD , i,.r
Pastor Lanar Jacks i I ...ith
.1. P. r. 269-2607
CALVARY UITE METH ST C ORANGE PARK PRESBYTERIAN
CALVARY UNIT ED METHODIST CHURCH Re, Titm Roberts
112 Blanding Blvd. Sunday School 9:30a.m and II:00am i" i
Rev. Roy Haris -272-4210 Worsllp 9:15a.n. & Ilaim. -
CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH '.,,".,,,
942 Oak Lane
Pastor Jolnny Thomas 276-9099 r ,' ..... u
RIDGEWOOD BAPTIST
CHRISTIAN FAITH CENTER Dr. IHa Fle0chPer
922B Blanding Blvd. 939 Blanding Blvd.
Wendell A. Shaw, Minister Mark Sellers, Minister 272-3791
276-0130
CHRISTIAN LIFE CEN TER ST. CATHERINE'S CATHOLIC CHURCH
Meets Sunday at 2:00 at Wilson Inn on 1649 Kingsley Ave. 264-0577
Collins Road ST. GILES PRESBYTERIAN
FAITH COMMUNITY CHURCH OF GOD. Tro Leeis. PasDtor
J.A. Jones, Pastor 112-1244
DeBarry & Gano 264-7540
ST BAPTIST cHST. JAMES AME CHURCH
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Alesin Scott-Ford, Pastor
OF ORANGE PARK 504 Mchtosh Ave.
David Tarkington, Pastor 278-7037
1140 Kigsley Ave. Sunday Service 11 a.m.
264-2351
FIRST CHRISTNEW BEGINS CHRISTIAN
FIRST CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP
CHURCH OF ORANGE PARK Pastor Jerry Larkford
Dr. Bob Bole, Pastor 1134 Blaiditig Blvd. 272-1017
2876 Moody Rd.
272-1250 VINEYARD CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP
GOOD SAMARITAN EPISCOPAL CHURCH OF ORANGE PARK '
109 Indnsriat Iop:N.
1146 Blanding Blvd. Orange PatkFl. 32073 8
272-3111 276-7642


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Ridgeview Coach continues to get the most out of his kids


By Horace Davis, Staff my assistant coach EugeneJenkins is very
davis@jcpgroup.com to me also".


ORANGE PARK When Ridgeview's
head basketball coach Rob Feltner ar-
rived on campus in 1998 as an assistant
coach to Mike Horan and head junior
varsity coach he knew he wanted to build
and be part of something special.
"That has been our slogan over the
past couple of years, be a part of some-
thing special", he said.
Feltner, who is originally from Hud-
sonville, Michigan andhad a modest high
school career at Hudsonville High School
before going on to Grand Valley State Uni-
versity prior to completing his bachelor's
degree here atJacksonville University. But
before migrating to the First Coast, Feltner
got his first coaching gig at Comstack Park
High School in Michigan and the assign-
ment lit a fire in his bones that has not left.
After finishing his master's degree at
Saint Leo University he found himself as
an assistant to Rex Morgan at the storied
program of Arlington Country Day School
(ACD), this was when ACD only went to 8th
grade and before they became a national
powerhouse, following that stretch he
found himself at First Coast Christian and
a assistant to Dale Richardson.
"I guess those stints were in prepara-
tion for the current time", said Feltner
during a recent phone interview.
Currently, Feltner owns an 88-66 over-
all record as head coach of the Panthers,
that includes an 11-1 record this year and
he has guided Ridgeview to their 100th
school win earlier this year in a victory
over Palatka.
"My philosophy is to get as much as
you can from the kids you have and that
changes from year to year as the talent
level changes. I have been very fortunate
not only to have a great bunch of talent-
ed kids from year to year but the help of


The Panthers just returned from a
Christmas Tournament that took them to
Niceville, FL.just outside of Tallahassee
where they faced some of the top teams
from Florida and Georgia.


PHOTO SPECIAL TO CLAY TODAY
Ridgeview basketball head coach Rob
Feltner has his team looking for a third
straight district title after an 11-1 start.
"It was a great experience for the kids,
they got a chance to play against some
state ranked teams with some of the top
area talents. There were several college
scouts on hand to watch other kids and our
guys played very well and turned some
heads, they really rose to the challenge and
as always played as hard as they can".
Ridgeview may have entered the tour-
nament as an underdog but when they
left, theyshowed many observers they be-
longed and they would be a force to be
reckoned with. They beat Class 1A pow-
erhouse Malone who has double-digit
state titles under their belt and they blew


past tournament host and 5A competitor
Niceville before losing in the champi-
onship game against Georgia power-
house Thomasville 48-42.
Prior to this school year Feltner served
as athletic director after taking over for
longtime A.D. Bob Cozart but Feltner re- "
ceived a promotion and is now assistant
principal to Toni McCabe.
With the move to assistant principal
some wondered how would it affect his
coaching, "the time management is
somewhat different but everything
comes down to practice time, all of the
game preparation comes at practice and
I enjoy being around the kids so practice
time is the most enjoyable time for me".
Feltner has seen some special players
come through his gymnasium like Re-
naldo Maxwell who currently is a senior
on the team for Lincoln Memorial Uni-
versity, Roger Harewood, Curtis Phillips,
Tyler Wood and recent graduate Andy
Rhodenjust to name.a few.
"I really enjoy coaching and I think it
is has always been a part of me, I try to
teach the kids to play hard and give it
their best at all times".
If one were to attend a home game for
JRidgeview, you would find a packed gym-
nasium because the Panther style of play
generates excitement, they will get up and
down the floor and press the opposing team
throughout the game taking a page from
former Arkansas Razorback head coach
Nolan Richardson's forty-minutes of hell.
The packed gymnasium is a testament
not only to the players on Ridgeview but
to their coach as well, very rarely a kid
does not play, he will use his full bench
and shows confidence in all the kids.
One area coach recently said after a
game against Ridgeview, "Feltner does a
greatjob with his kids and they really buy
into his system".
At times for a coach it can be difficult


Blue Devils return trophy in Holiday Tournament win


By Horace Davis, Staff
hdavis@jcpgroup.comn

GREEN COVE SPRINGS The Clay
High Blue Devils looked to return their
trophy back to rightful owner after
watching the Fleming Island Golden Ea-
gles take the trophy last year when they
won the Clay Holiday Tournament.
This year they would have none of
that as they trounced the St.Johns Coun-
try Day Spartans 57-21 in the opening


game, then followed that up by bouncing
the Middleburg Broncos 61-31 before
holding off the Golden Eagles 48-42 in
the championship game.
"We wanted to bring the trophy back
home", said Clay head coach Gary Gartin.
I think each team wanted this game,
Fleming Island did a great job and coach
Gunder does a very good job with his
team. However, I think our ability to get
the ball inside was the difference. The
guys did a great job of swinging the ball


and not settling for the perimeter shot
helped as well. To be 9-3 at thisjuncture is
a good place to be", he added.
Fleming Island fell behind 24-17 at the
half as senior forward Damon Pifer led
the Blue Devils with 8 first half points
and Marcel Huggins and CJJackson com-
bined to chip in six points apiece.
However, the Eagles came storming
back to open the third quarter, Bretton
Woods and Will Frey hit 3-point shots to
close the lead to 24-23 with 6:15 remain-


ing in the period but the Blue Devils re-
sponded with a 8-0 run to push the lead
back to 34-23.
In spite of the run by Clay, Fleming Is-
land would not go away as they closed the
half with a three-point shot by senior
guard Aaron Woods and a basket at the
buzzer by 6 foot 7 centerJustin Stokes to
pull within 34-28.
In a strange fourth quarter of play, the

BLUE DEVILS continued on page B-6


GATOR BOWL from page B-1
starred for Clay High coachJim Reape
as linebacker has had to transition his
game after being moved to the strong
safety position was also happy to be
home.
"It was great to return home and play
in front of a bunch of family and


friends", he said.
Butler, who is a key player on special
teams for the Cardinals has appeared in
twenty games and has recorded 26 tack-
les. He made his first collegiate start
against Cincinnati in 2005 and made a
career-best four tackles against Florida
Atlantic. He came on strong to record
three more tackles against state rival


Kentucky.
In the stands cheering for Butler
were not only his parents but also his for-
mer coach and former teammates.
"We took a group of twenty-kids from
the school that also included his former
teammates Clifford Avril (Purdue),Joe
McDaniel (Georgia Military Academy)
and Curtis Francis (Central Florida) and


it was great to see one of the guys play-
ing on that stage", said Reape.
"Terrence has always been a great kid
and he was a real presence on the field
when I coached him, he was a playmak-
er who was named the teams' Defensive
MVP I believe the next two years should
be big playing years for him", added
Reape.


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getting young men on any level to buy
into your system but somehow Feltner
has found a way to get it done.
One reason may be that every player is
given the green light to shoot the ball and
they all do with confidence, not having to
worry about his fury because he exhorts
them to playto the best of their ability.
When fans come to Ridgeview they
know they will see their friends play and
will always see their athletic ability dis-
played, which usually includes slam dunks
from seu e ial of the Panther players.
One can also hear Feltner yelling at-
tack, attack. Offensively to attack the bas-
ket and defensively to attack the
opponent and pounce on them like a
Panther would do in the wild.
"On any given night it could be a dif-
ferent player that makes the difference so
our kids know they must be ready and pre-
pared. I have always believed in playing
everyone if possible, this keeps them men-
tally prepared and you never know when
they may need to step in out of necessity".
Ridgeview entered this season looking
for their third consecutive district title
and they finished ranked tenth in class 4A
after losing their regional playoff game
against AndrewJackson High School.
"Currently we are ranked #7 and this is
our highest ranking ever, however, our
goal is to not only win another district
title but to also get that first elusive win in
the regional tournament".
If the schedule that Feltner has the
Panthers playing is any indicator, they will
be ready for regional play this year, not
only did they play in the Christmas Tour-
nament but on Friday,Jan. 20 they play un-
defeated Class 4A # 1 ranked Miami
Monsignor Pace and the following day
they face Class 5A # 8 ranked Auburndale.
If Coach Feltner has his way with this
current Ridgeview team,
They will "Be part of something special".






Section B-4 CLAYTODAY.BIZ January 5, 2006


The Middleburg Broncos took a 7-0-
halftime lead over the Clay Blue Devils
and coasted to a 10-2 win.
Brent O'Keefe and Zech Townsend
scored two goals each while Devin Tully,
Michael Gibbs, Michael McDonald


Michael Bross, David Shields andJake
Giannini added single tallies for the
Broncos.
Clay junior Eric Buchanan scored
both goals in the second half to avoid the
shut out.


CORRESPONDENT PHOTOS BY TL COCHRAN
Clay forward Charles Snyder uses his arms and legs as he dribbles past Broncos
Stephen Joyce (13).


Clay's Stephen Bruer (12) grabs Middleburg's Stephen Bruer (13) as teammate Fred-
dy Cruz Cruz (7) closes in.


GIRLS SOCCER


Tiffany Tepley's goal in the 77th
minute gave the Lady Blue Devils a 2-2 tie
against the Menendez Lady Falcons.
Clay out shot Menendez 25-8 in the
match but still trailed before Tepley's


goal on an assist from Amanda
Stevens.
Kerrie Liebert tied the game at one in
the 32nd minute on a cross from Tepley
in the first half.


BoYs BASKETBALL


The Clay Blue Devils held off a late
fourth quarter charge by the Menendez
Falcons to win 45-40 and improve to 10-3
(4-1) in a key district 3-3A match up on
Tuesday,Jan 3.
Senior forward Damon Pifer led all
scorers with-18 points and staked Clay to
a 31-22 lead entering the final period of
play.
Menendez outscored the Blue Devils
18-14 over the final eight minutes but a
late turnover sealed the win for Clay.



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It is my desire to make you feel welcome
and to acquaint you with Clay County.
If you are new in the area, a phone call will
bring a prompt visit from me.
I have brochures, civic information, and to help
with your shopping needs, cards of introduction
and free gifts from local merchants.
Local merchants are also encouraged to inquire
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Call Carol Studdard
264-9649


.Aaron Wilson's 25 points was not
enough for the Fleming Island Golden
Eagles who lost 55-47 to the Lee Generals
in the tough district 3-5A.
Wilson drilled 4-three point shots as
the Eagles trailed 28-23 at the half but
Alonzo McQueen's 12 points and Steve
Johnson's 29 were too much for the Ea-
gles who fell to 3-9 this season.

An eight-point second quarter was too
much for the Middleburg Broncos to
overcome in a 73-66 loss to Live Oak
Suwannee in district 5-4A.
Amp Bellamy's 19 and Dalton Atkins
16 points were not enough for the Bron-
cos who scored 22 points in the opening
quarter but could not recover from the
tough second quarter.

For More
Information
on Clay
County

BOY SCOUTS
Call Gary Stasco
388-0591 ext. 134
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Lady Devils roll 46-33 over Lady Falcons


SPORTS ROUNDUP


BoYs SOCCER


By Horace Davis, Staff
hdaivis@jcpgrooup.com

GREEN COVE SPRINGS The Clay
Lady Devils hosted the Menendez Lady
Falcons on Tuesday, Jan 3. The game
marked the return of junior guard
Kaitlin Kenney who was on the mend
with a broken wrist but the Lady Devils
was also down a man as their leader in
head coachJared Moses sat out the first
of a two-game suspension.
However, with boy's assistant coach
Chris Jackson at the helm and Thyra
Masalin's 16-point effort the Lady Devils
avenged an earlier nine-point loss to the
Lady Falcons at Menendez with a solid
effort on both ends of the court.
In the previous game Falcons' leading
scorer Marissa Burrier scorched the Dev-
ils for 20 points but this time around Ken-
ney played the roll as defensive stopper
and held Burrier scoreless.
In her return Kenney was relentless on
the defensive end and solid on the offen-
sive side scoring six points while deliver-
ing two assists to Masalin on beautiful
curl plays and grabbed two rebounds.
While Kenney played defensive stop-
per, Thyra Masalin led the way offensive-


STAFF PHOTOS BY HORACE DAVIS
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twojumpers came from beyond the arc as
she led Clay to a 17-4 lead after one.
Following a scoring shortage in the sec-
ond quarter where the Devils scored just
four points that allowed the Falcons back
into the game at the half at 21-16, Masalin
went back to work scoring four points in
each of the final two quarters to lead the
Devils to their 11th win against 5 defeats.
They also improved to 4-2 in district play.
Courtney Hampshire was solid on the
boards grabbing eight rebounds and
Tenise Haynes made her presence known
on the defensive end with four steals.

Scoring
1 2 3 4 F
MEN
4 12 5 12 33
CL
17 4 13 12 46
Clay T.Masalin 16, Haynes 7,
M.Masalin 6, Kenney 6, Hampshire 5,
Schuran 2, Fleming 2, Simmons 2
Menendez Owens 13, Evans 6, Valdez
5, Kelly 4, Piagno 3, Rowland 2
Three-pointers Clay 3 (Haynes, T
Masalin 2) Menendez 3 (Owens 2,
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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.
MINUTEMEN FLORIDA CORPS, a
grassroots group supporting immigra-
tion control and border security, will
meet 2-4 p.m. Thursday,Jan. 5, at Denny's
Restaurant, 8409 Blanding Blvd, Orange
Park. Additional dates are7-9 p.m.Jan. 12,
19, and 26.Topics will include how to con-
tact legislators, strategies, and planning
for upcoming events. All interested are
welcome to atenid. Call 904-399-4115.
THE JOINT OCCUPATIONAL
SAFETY AND HEALTH COMMIT-
TEE will meet 9 a.m. Thursday,Jan. 5, in
the Conference Room at the Department
of Public Safety, 1 Doctors Drive, Green
Cove Springs.
THE 2005-2006 CLAY COUNTY
CHARTER REVIEW COMMISSION
will meet 7 p.m. Thursday,Jan. 5, at the
Keystone Heights City Hall, Keystone
Heights. All interested persons are invit-
ed to attend.
THE GARDEN CLUB OF MIDDLE-
BURG, EF.G.C. will meet 9:30 a.m.Jan. 6,
at the Middleburg Civic Center, 2002 Pal-
metto Street. Visitors welcome.
THE 2006 CFA CAT SHOW willbe 10
a.m.-4 p.m.Jan. 7 and 8 at the Morocco
Shrine Auditorium. Call 269-5871.
BEN ANDJERRY'S of Orange Park
presents "Give a Pint get a Pint" along
with the Florida Georgia BloodAlliance
5-9 p.m.Jan. 7. Call at 904-541-0200 to re-
serve a spot.
THE JACKSONVILLE MASTER-
WORKS CHORALE, INC. will hold au-
ditio.ins for its 20 -6concer set ies Moi':l \.,
Ja n. 9. at Hendr icks. A\ e. B:ptist C:hlu (. h.
4001 Hendricks Ave.
THE TRANSPORTATION COM-
MITTEE will meet 2 p.m. Wednesday,
Jan. 11, in the Board of County Commis-
sioners Meeting Room, 4th Floor, Clay
County Administration Building.
SJRCC will hold registration for its
Continuing Education courses 9:30 am.-1
p.m. and 2-4 p.m. ThursdayJan. 12. The col-
lege will also hold GED exam registration
8:30 am.-4:30 p.m.Monday-FridayJan.9-13.
It will also hold Nursing Assistant registra-
tion 9 am.-1 p.m.Jan. 12. Call 276-6800.
THE SOUTHERN GENEALO-
GIST'S EXCHANGE SOCIETY will
meet 10 am. Saturday,Jan. 14, at the SGES
library, 6215 Sauterne Drive,Jacksonville.
The speaker will be Mr. Mueller,an author
and Lecturer on Steamboat History and
Research. His program will be a slide pres-
entation about StJohns River Steamboats
and how he sometimes has used genealo-
gy in his research. Visit http://sgesjax.tri-
pod.com, or call 904-778-1000,
THE SIERRA CLUB GUANA DAY
HIKE will be Saturday,Jan. 14, along the
Timucuan and South Point Loop trails.
Bring lunch and water. Meet at west end
of dam inside Guana Tolomato Matanzas
Estuarine Reserve at 10 a.m. There is a $3
entrance fee. Call (904) 855-1266.
COMMUNITY HOSPICE ,OF
NORTHEAST FLORIDA will offer vol-
unteer training 9 am.-3:30 p.m. Wednesday,
Jan. 18 and Thursdayan. 19, at its Orange
Park office, 728 Blanding Blvd. Ste. 1. Call
268-2280 ext. 7064 to register byJan. 16.
DOUGLAS ANDERSON SCHOOL
OF THE ARTS will present Metamor-
phoses 7:3.0 p.m.Jan. 18-20 and 7 and 9
p.m. Jan. 21 in the Douglas Anderson
School of the Arts Black Box Theatre,
2445 San Diego RoadJacksonville. Tick-


Publix


ets are $10. Call 346-5620 ext. 122
57TH ANNUAL PILOT CLUB OF
JACKSONVILLE CHARITIES AN-
TIQUE SHOW AND SALE will be
Jan.20-22 at the Prime Osborn Convention
Center. Admission is $6.50. Call 421-7530.
CLAY COUNTY'S ELEMENTARY
ALL-COUNTY HONORS CHORUS will
hold a free concert 7 p.m. Saturday,Jan. 28,
at Clay High School. Call 278-5707 ext. 2238.
.THE BUDGET, FINANCE AND
PERSONNEL COMMITTEE will meet
2 p.m. Tuesday,Jan. 17 and Monday,Jan.
30, in the BCC Meeting Room, Adminis-
tration Building, 477 Houston Street,
Green Cove Springs.
THE FIRST ANNUAL OUTDOOR
SPORTSMAN EXPO will be 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Saturday, Feb. 18, at the Clay County Agri-
cultural Fairgrounds. Call 386-328-8875.

RELIGION
PASTOR KEVIN HARRIS OF-
SHILOH BAPTIST CHURCH invites
all on Wednesday nights, at 7 p.m. tojour-
ney with Christ during his last few hours
on Earth to the cross and the resurrection.
Shiloh is located five miles south of
Green Cove Springs on route 17just left
on route 226. Call 904 284-9044
THE WOMEN ADORING YAH-
WEH will meet 9:30-11:30 a.m.Jan. 13, to
study "Solomon's Wisdom" from the books
of Proverbs, Ecclesiates, and Song of Songs
at the Barco Newton Family YMCA, 2075
Town Center Blvd., inFleming Island Plan-
tation. Youdo not have to be a member of
the Y to attend. Call 529-9796. .
WHERE EAGLES GATHER MIN-
ISTRY" COTTAGE BIBLE
STUDY/PRAYER will be 9:30 a.m. every
Tuesday in the home of Mrs. Lee Keeler.
Call 213-1722 for driving directions.
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 Holi-
ness Church will present a missionary pro-
gram 10 a.m.-1 p.m.the third Saturday of
the month in the parking lot at Clay The-
ater. All meetings include gospel singing
and preaching. Clothing and meals of-
fered to those with needs. Call 284-5089.

ONGOING EVENTS
COMMUNITY HOSPICE OF
NORTHEAST FLORIDA will hold a
Bereavement Support Group meeting
6:30-8 p.m. Thursday, Feb 2-March 9 at
its Orange Park office, 728 Blanding
Blvd., Suite 1.
THE QUIGLEY HOUSE offers free
services for victims of sexul assault and
abuse, including counseling, advocacy
and information. Call the confidential
24-hour hotline: 1-800-339-5017.
THE ORANGE PARK WOMEN'S
CLUB THRIFT SHOP is open 10 a.m.-1
p.m. every Wednesday and Saturday at
130 Kingsley Ave. The proceeds are given
in scholarships to high school seniors.
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Baptist Church, 3716 SE State Road 21.
The organization is non-denominational
and welcomes parents, siblings., grand-
parents, and family members to its meet-
ings. Call Alice Watts at (352) 473-7261 or
visit www.thecomgassionatefriends.org.
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 scholar-
ships are available. Call (904) 264-9981.
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 meibe irs, $. Call: 463-4449
SHEPHERD'S CENTER OF OR-
ANGE PARK will present Adventures in
Learning Mondays, Oct. 3-Nov. 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, Orange Park, 6 p.m. on
the first Saturday of every month. All
Volkswagens and people who have an in-.
terest in VWs invited. Call 272-5244
RECOVERY, INC., a support group for
those suffering from stress, tension, anxi-
ety, panic, depression, fatigue, sleep prob-
lems, worry, anger, fear, helplessness or
hopelessness, will meet 1 p.m. each Wednes-
day at Advent Lutheran Church, 2156 Loch
Rane Blvd., Orange Park. Call 264-2315.
THE SOUTHERN GENEALO-
GIST'S EXCHANGE SOCIETY will
meet 10 a.m. the second Saturday of the
month at 6215 Sauterne Drive, Jack-
sonville. Call 272-3870.
IMPROVEJACKSONVILLE COM-
EDY THEATRE will host a wine tasting
6 p.m. the second and fourth Friday of
the month. Cost is $10. Call 49-FUNNY.
ORANGE PARK MEDICAL CEN-
TER'S WELLNESS WEDNESDAYS, a
free health information and screening
event, will take place 7-10 a.m. the last
Wednesday of each month in the hospital's
Registration Lobby on Kingsley Ave. Visit
www.opmedical.com or call 904-213-2601.
ART GUILD OF ORANGE PARK,
INC. meets 7 p.m. the first Tuesday of
each month September-May in the Or-
ange Park Library. Call 904-215-9177 or
visit www.orangeparkart.com
BARREL RACING will be 7 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 Ham Jam site. Call (904) 291-3852.
THE CLAY COUNTY COUPON
CLUB meets 10 am. every third Wednesday
at the Orange Park Library. Call 284-2937.
THE GREEN COVE SPRINGS LI-
BRARY will offer preschool story hour
10:30 a.m. every Friday for children 3-6
years old. Call 269-6315.


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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 ofJacksonville, 8130 Ba\ miead-
ows Way West, Suite 101. Call SII 00816-
0596 or (866) 733-9818.
FIND, a networking group for busi-
nesses, meets 7:30-9:30 a.m. T I isd-ay- ati
the Eagle Harbor Golf (.li b. T he $10 fee
includes breakfast. Call -213-.'-54.
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 on the third Wednesday of
every month. Call-213-0701.
NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS meets
8 p.m. Thursday at St. Mary's Episcopal
Church in 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
month at the Orange Park Public Li-
brary. Call 276-9415.
THE ROCKIN' REDHATLAND
CHAPTER OF THE RED HAT SOCI-
ETY will meet 6:30 p.m. every third Tues-
day. Call 284-0455.
THE GEN. ROY S. GEIGER DE-
TACHMENT OF THE MARINE
CORPS LEAGUE meets 7 p.m. the third
Monday of the month at the Middleburg
VFW Call 272-5013.
THE GREEN COVE SPRINGS/PEN-
NEY FARMS LIONS CLUB meets noon
on the second and fourth Wednesday of
the month at Ronnie's Wings, Oysters and
More Restaurant in Green Cove Springs.
Call 904-868-9683.
MOMS CLUB@ OF ORANGE
PARK / WESTSIDE will meet 10 am. the
second Thursday of the month at Cal-
vary United Methodist Church, 112
Blanding Blvd., across from the Orange-
Park Mall. Call 688-0077 or visit mom-
sclubopw@yahoo.com.
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.
DISABLED AMERICAN VETER-
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each month at 470 MaderaDrn,Orange Park



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Section B-6 CLAYTODAYBIZ January 5, 2006


BLUE DEVILS from page B-3
Blue Devils had to fight off the Eagles
who closed the lead to 35-33 and 38-37 but
could never tie the game or take the lead.
Even without scoring a basket until a
Huggins driving lay up with 2:10 to play
in the game, Clay was able to fend off the
Eagles for the victory.
Huggins basket was the only field goal
Clay scored in the fourth quarter as they
shot 21 free throws making 12 to seal the win.
"We had our chances but I don't think
we matched their intensity", said Flem-
ing head coach Ivin Gunder.
"This was a hard fought game but
they wanted it more, we are still young
and learning. I guess we'll chalk this up


to the learning process", he added.
In the third place game Interlachen's
Adam Branch's 15 points were too much
for the Middleburg Broncos who fell be-
hind 33-25 at the half and could never
climb back into the game.
Dalton Atkins, Alex Whipple and
Amp Bellamy each scored 8 points to
lead the Broncos.
In the fifth-place game the Bishop
Snyder Cardinals built a 37-28 lead after
three quarters of play but had to survive
a late comeback by the Baldwin Indians
before holding on for the 45-44 win.
Matt Barilla led the Cardinals with 16
points and Shawn Mayberry added 10
points with 9 of them coming from beyond
the arc as he drilled three 3-point shots.


Lady Raiders settle for



third at Hardwood Classic


By Horace Davis, Staff
hdavis@jcpgroup.conm

ORANGE PARK With less then two
minutes left in the game and a six point
lead it appeared that the Orange Park
Lady Raiders were on their way to host
the championship game at their second
annual Hardwood Classic but a dramatic


because of poor shooting in their open-
ing game against Savannah High.
They shot 10 of 41 from the field and
committed 11 first half turnovers and
never recovered.
The Lady Eagles also fell behind the
Lady Raiders as they struggled from the
field again.
While they were struggling to just 16


STAFF PHOTOS BY HORACE DAVIS
Clay's Damon Pifer led all scorers with 15 points in the championship game.


Bishop Snyder's Ryan Fitzpatrick (3) fights with Middleburg's JC Alexander (32) for a
rebound.


Fleming Island's Bretton Woods (5) looks to drive past Clay's CJ Jackson (22).


STAFF PHOTOS BY HORACE DAVIS
Orange Park senior Christine Williams lets one of her six-three pointers fly.


Lady Raiders guard Rodnay Ricks applies the pressure on Fleming Island's Emily Walton.


comeback by visiting Camden County
forced the Lady Raiders to settle for a
third place finish.
Then in the third place game against
Fleming Island the Lady Raiders faced
the same scenario, after building a ten-
point lead on the shooting of senior
shooting guard Christine Williams who
drilled six-3 pointers with two coming in
the final quarter they led 42-32 but this
time they were able to hold off the Lady
Eagles and improve to 7-9 on the season.
"We would have much rather been
playing in the championship game but
we let one slip away, however, I'm happy to
get this win", said Orange Park head
coach Amanda Burden.
"Anytime you play a county team it al-
ways is a tough battle but we held on this
time. I think our defensive effort was
much better this game and Christine shot
the ball really well, hopefully we can turn
the corner and pick up some big districts
wins. I think I have a better gauge of the
team and my starting unit so we should
see more stability as we move into the sec-
ond half of the season", she added.'
Fleming Island was forced into the
. consolation game against Orange Park


firsthalfpo'i, Lt. th( Ra i,-i i WilliIns as
heating things up, she nailed three 3-
point shots in the second qiia ic r1 t give
Orange Park a 22-16 lead at the break.
Fleming Island trailed 36-24 to begin
the final quarter of play but post player
Brittany Lewis caught fire and drilled
four straight baskets to pull the Eagles to
36-32 but that was as close as they got.
Williams nailed her final three-point-
ers of the game and the Raiders hit 7 of 9
free throws down the stretch to hold off
the Eagles for the 53-39 win.

Scoring
1' 2 3 4 F
FI
11 5 8 15 39
OP
9 13 14 17 53
Orange Park Chr. Williams 22, Ricks
12, K. Grover 8, Che. Williams 5 Defeo
4, N. Grover 2
Fleming Island Lewis 17, Drew 7,
Songcuan 5, Walton 4, Worthy 2,
Grogan 3, Roebuck 1
Three-pointers Fleming Island 2
(Walton, Drew), Orange Park 8
(Chr. Williams 6, Ricks, Che. Williams)


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ORANGE PARK Most NFL observers
and sports pundits are not giving the
JacksonvilleJaguars any chance of beat-
ing reigning two-time Super Bowl
champs the New England Patriots this
weekend in the Wild Card playoff game
and it makes sense.
The reason it make sense is because the
Patriots are the champs, they have head
coach Bill Belichick, who most call a coach-
ing genius. They also have quarterback
Tom Brady who sports a 15-0 record in the
postseason and they the have the weather
on their side. The forecast for the 8pm
kickoff is cold, colder and colder and who
knows if there will be any precipitation.
New England had been mired in medi-
ocrity earlier this season as they struggled
out of the gates to a 4-4 record and most
thought this would be the demise of the
Pats and they would not make the playoffs.
However, through many injuries to key
starting players that decimated their lineup
and had it changing from game to game,
they finished 6-2 over the second half of
the season to win the AFC east division.


the pass, yielding 231-yards per game.
We all know Coach Del Rio likes to play
it close to the vest and establish the run-
ning game, which is great.
In the playoffs, the team that controls the
line of scrimmage and wins the turnover
battle often times win, however theJags will
have to make some plays in the passing at-
tack which brings us to the next point
Backup quarterback David Garrard
filled the void left by starter Byron Left-
wich who went down with a broken ankle
against Arizona, Garrard stepped in and
won four of five games and led theJags
into the postseason.
Even though Garrard led the offense
to 38 points against the Texans and 40
points in a combined effort with Quinn
Gray over the.Titans, he is still a backup
and the veteran Patriot defense along

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Coach Jack Del Rio will have to be at his
best, as he will match wits against Pa-
triots head coach Bill Belichick.


A healthy Greg Jones and Fred Taylor will help take the pressure off Byron Leftwich.


Here comes theJags who will make
their first visit to the playoffs since 1999
and posted their best record of 12-4 since
the magical 1996 season, however, respect
for this team still has not arrived.
Many have said theJaguars played the
lower-tier teams throughout the second
half when they won 8 of 10 games includ-
ing five straight against the likes of Hous-
ton and Tennessee twice, Baltimore,
Arizona and San Francisco.
Still you must beat the teams you
shouldand theJags did.
They also point to the fact that theJags
only went 3-3 against playoff teams, with
wins over Pittsburgh, Seattle and Cincin-
nati while losing to Denver and Indy
twice.
But that can change with a win on Sat-
urday night.
Can theJags win?
Well, sure in today's NFL of team pari-
ty any team can win especially in the sec-
ond season.
Will theJags win?


That depends on which team shows up.
Will it be the one that held the high-
powered Indianapolis Colts to ten points
in a 10-3 loss earlier this season? Or will it
be the team that squeaked by the lowly
San Francisco 49ers 10-9just recently.
One thing is certain; head coachJack
Del Rio must do a masterfuljob in match-
ing wits against Belichick and the defense
must play as it did earlier this season, like
in the game against the Colts.
They must keep the game close enter-
ing the fourth quarter and who knows
anything can happen.
In addition to the defense, the offense
must turn this game into an old-time
slugfest, Fred Taylor and a healthy Greg
Jones must run the ball effectively.
If Taylor can hit the magical 100-yard
rushing mark and theJags can pound the
ball, which is very feasible since the Pa-
triots defense ranked 26th in the league.
They gave up an average of 98-yards per
game in rushing defense that ranked them
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with Belichick will give him different
looks to confuse him.
Is Byron Leftwich healthy enough to
return on a healing ankle?
Remember he was never fleet of foot
with two healthy ankles and you can bet
the house the Pats will find out early if he
is healthy?
If Leftwich plays which is almost cer-
tain, he must get rid of the ball quickly
and try to burn the defense with a short
passing attack and if and when the Pats do
blitz he must hit the hot receiver and limit
the crunching blows he tends to absorb.
One other thing theJags have on their
side, in the 1998 Wild Card playoffgame the
Jags beat the Patriots 25-10 thus becoming
the last team that beat them in the playoffs.
I know, you say those were two totally
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Anywhere Else?


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

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

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for the Ten Star All Star Summer Bas-
ketball Camp.
The camp is by invitation only for
boys and girls ages 10-19 with college
basketball scholarships possible for play-
ers selected to the All-American team.
For a free brochure call (704) 373-0873.
Raiders annual Baseball Camp
Join the Orange Park Raiders for
their third annual winter baseball camp
onJan. 14 at Orange Park-High School.
The camp is for ages 6-14 and will run
from 9am to noon and the cost is $25.
For more information contact Coach.
MichaelJohns at (904) 415-5739.
OP team seeks baseball players
Orange Park 12-year-old Boys Base-
ball Travel Team is currently seeking
players for tryouts. Practices will start
in December and season will last
through May and possiblyJune.
Players cannot turn 13 before May 1,
2006; Previous travel ball experience is
preferred. For more information call
(904) 759-6016.
Girls on the Run Spring Reg.
Registration is now open for Girls on
the Run of N.E. Florida, an after-school
program for 3rd-6th grade girls that com-
bines running and training for a 5K (3.1
mile) run/walk, with healthy living edu-
cation and life lessons. Spring programs
begin in February and will be held at var-
iouslocationsincluding OrangePark, the
P>(dle>, M:iid.'iliii : dJa slon ilk;
For more information, visit
www.GOTRneflorida.org or call (904)-
321-4315. The deadline to register is
January 27, but team sizes-are limited so
register earl\h t[ IE L. anitei asp- on.ii thi
teamofyoui i:hiKe. Co(iciin.,:)pp,:l-
tunities are j Iso a\ ailablt and tpplk.-
tionsare now beir-, ac cpiedpl.
Women's marathon training
S Local nonpi A: ii. Giirl ion l'he Run ol
N.E. Florida, is building a team of local
women who want to train for a
marathon/half-marathon and make a
difference in the lives of young girls
throughout our community.
Women of all running and walking
abilities fromJacksonville, Orange Park,
Ponte Vedra and Fernandina Beach will
come together to train for the Miami
Marathon or H;alf Mai rath.i onJanuary
29,2006 while raising money ($262 min-
imum) to b iifi [ thr girls at Girls on
the Run, after-school program that
helps young girls build self-esteem and
healthy lifestyles while also training for
their first 5K (3.1 mile) race.
SParticipants will receive a coached
program just for women, group train-
ing runs, training clinics, performance
shirts, fun socials, camaraderie with
other women, and .1 n oppoir t. nity to
inspire girlsinour .Imnin!' .)
This program is open to all women.
For moredetails, visithttp://www.gotrne-
florida.org/ or call904-321-4315.
Bel-Med registration
BMAA is holding registration 6-8
p.m. Tuesday and Thursdays and 10
a.m.- 2p.m. Saturday for T-Ball ($60),
baseball ($85), softball ($85), sr. baseball
($115), cheerleading ($200), football
($135). In addition for the 2005 football
season, BMAA will offer "Tiny Mites"
football for children ages 5 and 6. For
more information call 264-1910.
Homerun club meeting
Baseball homerun club meetings
will be held at Ridgeview High School
on the second Monday of every month
at 7 p.m. For more information callJack-
ie Simpkins at 251-5102.

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Cordele Builders offers country club charm at Magnolia Point


Special to Clay Today
GREEN COVE SPRINGS Cordele Builders
is offering homebuyers more than a dozen
floorplans on 44 Phase I homesites at
Magnolia Point Golf and Country Club.
The builder has an additional 45 Phase
II homesites reserved.
Designs from Cordele Builders are
priced to starting the high-$200's and
range from the 2,108-square-foot Went-
worth model to the 3,589 square-foot
Wakefield model.
Homes from Cordele Builders will fea-
ture three to four bedrooms, two to four
bathrooms, two-car attached garages,
covered entries and lanais, fully sodded
and irrigated yards, and one- or two-story


elevations.
Among the features that Cordele
Builders offers in these homes are ceram-
ic tile foyers; knockdown texture ceilings;
three-step crown molding in formal areas;
a chair rail in the dining room; and ce-
ramic tile floors in kitchens, baths, foyers,
and laundry rooms.
Family rooms will have a 36" wood-
burning fireplace with decorative tile sur-
rounds and mantle and a 52" builder
grade ceiling fan.
Designer kitchens will feature 42"
upper cabinetry, Wilsonart countertops,
and GE or Whirlpool brand appliances.
.Finally, master bathrooms provide
homeowners with a Roman tub,. cul-
tured marble duel vanity, and glass


This family room awaits the hustle and bustle of everyday life.


shower enclosure.
Cordele Builders' model home in Mag-
nolia Point is a 2,988-square-foot, four-
bedroom, four-bath Wilshire design that
demonstrates the builder's unrivaled qual-
ity. The home greets visitors with a court-
yard entry garage, stucco exterior with
stone accents, and a landscaping package.
The front door has decorative glass
panels and ushers guests into the home's
open living area.


The formal living room and dining
room offer single trey ceilings, crown
molding, and arched entryways.
In addition to a decorative chair rail
and wainscoting, the dining room has
hardwood flooring that extends to the
foyer, living room, family room, and
breakfast nook.
The family room boasts a gas fireplace
MAGNOLIA continued on page B-10


PHOTOS SPECIAL TO CLAY TODAY
Homes in Magnolia Point Golf and Country Club are filling up fast as Cordele Builders prepares more than
a dozen floorplans for homesites.


sophisticated decor and knockdown texture ceilings are just a few things potential homeowners will find
inside the living rooms of Cordele models.


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investors or first time buyers. Call Patricia .;.' ,,.. '" i.2'
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Widt solar protected window tint, formal living & dining, large eat-in
kitchen wiceramic tile. 42 in, cabinets, built-in microwave, master has
walk-in closet, garden tub, sop. shower and marble vanities, all on a icl-
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With panoramic view of Doctors Lake, : :.r.I, I1.. 1 i:.i .
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This corporate owned pool home has 5 bedrooms, 4 baths,
very neutral decor, lots of upgrades, new carpet. 42 in. cabinets
gas fireplace, heated pool and spa. Call Krista Cameron@278
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How to stick to housekeeping resolutions


Special to Clay Today

(NUI) Each January, many people make
New Year's resolutions to clean up their
messy homes or free themselves of the
clutter that tends to pile up, but by Feb-
ruary they're back where they started.
This year, use these tips to help you
stay on track:


Tackle your closet. "Out of sight, out
of mind" seems to be the mantra for some
when it comes to keeping closets organ-
ized. De-clutter this space by getting rid of
any clothing, shoes or purses that haven't
been worn or used in the past year. Donate
unwanted items to a local charity or add
them to your garage sale pile.
Use the Web. One person's trash is


another person's treasure. For items that
you don't need or haven't used in a while,
get rid of them. If you want to sell any-
thing, take advantage of online auction
Web sites. It's an easy and fun way to
make some extra money.
Have a plan. Throughout the year,
set aside time to de-junk your home. Use
this time to walk through your house,


throwing away anything you don't need
or want. By scheduling specific times to
get rid of unwanted items, you'll be more
motivated to get the task done.
Get help. Sometimes you simply do
not have the time to keep your home as
tidy as you'd like. If cleaning from top to
bottom every other week is too much to
ask, consider calling in outside help.


MAGNOLIA from page B-9

with a wood mantle and decorative tile
surround, high vaulted ceilings, and
views of the covered porch and pool area.
The gourmet kitchen features a con-
venient center island with a gas cook-
top and silestone countertops, 42"
maple upper cabinets with decorative
rope molding, and stainless steel appli-
ances.
The sleeping quarters include two chil-
dren's rooms decorated in pirate and tea
party themes. These secondary bedrooms
also feature large closets for storage.
Guest bathrooms in the Wilshire have
cultured marble vanities, ceramic tile
flooring, and shower / tub units with tile
surrounds.
However, the pool bath in the model
features a unique wood vanity with a dec-
orative brass sink and fixtures for extra
character. The upstairs bonus room has
been converted into a billiard room; com-


plete with pool inspired fabrics and wall
decorations.
The Wilshire features a master suite
with hardwood floors and an inverted hip
vault ceiling, which adds to the openness
of the room, while the large-walk-in clos-
et provides ample storage space.
The master bath has been designed
with comfort and luxury in mind with cul-
tured marble vanities and garden tub, pri-
vate water closet, glass shower enclosure,
and tile floor.
Situated just off US 17, five miles
south of CR 220, Magnolia Point Golf and
Country Club is a 1,000-acre master
planned golf community nestled in the
Live Oak forests of Northeast Florida. The
neighborhood of traditional and contem-
porary styled homes features seven light-
ed clay tennis courts, a swimming pool,
and a clubhouse.
Magnolia Point's centerpiece is a 27-
hole championship golf course designed
by PGA Tour standout Mark McCumber.


The 6,904-yard course has a mix of chal-
lenges and breaks, with tight fairways,
long and short par-4's, a variety of par-3
holes, and a few "grip-and-rip" holes. Al-
though Magnolia Point's golf course is
part of a 1,000-acre plus community, it is
easy to forget one is playing in a residen-
tial neighborhood as very few homes are
visible from the fairways.
Residents of Magnolia Point Golf and
Country Club enjoy quiet, natural sur-
roundings with the convenience of near-
by metropolitan Jacksonville. Nestled in
the heart of the country, but so close to all
the essentials of city life, Magnolia Point
Golf and Country Club is removed from
the congestion of CR 220 and only 15
miles from the Orange Park Mall.
Magnolia Point Golf and Country Club
is developed by Montgomery Land Com-
pany, one of the premier real estate de-
velopment companies in Northeast
Florida. Founded in 1976 as Montgomery
Homes, Inc., it was acknowledged as one


of the superior builders in the custom
home market until the late 1980's. In
1986 it became Montgomery Land Com-
pany and continued.development of res-
idential communities for Northeast
Florida's leading builders.
Based in St. Augustine, Cordele
Builders is one of the Northeast Florida's
fastest growing new and custom home-
builders. .
For more information regarding
Cordele Builders, contact (904) 940-1600
or visit www.cordelebuilders.com.
I Directions: From Jacksonville, travel
south on US 17 into Clay County and
across the Black Creek Bridge. Approxi-
mately three miles south of the Black
Creek Bridge is Harbor Road. Turn right
and follow Harbor Road to the entrance of
Magnolia Point Golf and Country Club.
Turn right into Magnolia Point and pro-
ceed to the community's guardhouse
where homebuyers will be directed to-
ward the builder models.


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Finding the perfect loan


Special to Clay Today

In today's society, the American dream
of homeownership has become a reality
for many consumer throughout Florida
For the most part, homeownership
has been positive for individuals and
families experiencing the sense ot pride
that owning a home provides.
However., or some Florida consumers
becoming a homeowner has only been
made possible by obtaining financing
using an unuadional or creanve loan pro-
gram. An untraditional loan program is
detinitelv the right choice for some home-
owners and undoubtedly wrong for others.
The non-profit Florida Association
of Mortgage Brokers (FAMB) otters an
explanation of some of the most popu-
lar untraditional loan programs out on
the market
-Interest Only Borrowers pay inter-
est but no principal in the beginning
years of the loan.
Piggy Back The loan combines a
traditional first mortgage with a home-
equity loan or line of credit to avoid pri-
vate mortgage insurance (P.MIJ.
Payment Option Borrowers have
Iour payment options each month.
SMiss-A-Pamnent Borrowers are al-
lowed to skip up to two mortgage pa'y-
ments a 'ear and up to 10 payments over
the life of the loan without affecting their


credit rating
2.228 or 3/27 Adjustable Rate
Mortgage (ARM) A 30-year mortgage
where borrowers start with a low fixed
rate for two-three years, then the rate ad-
iusts annually for the next 27-28 years.
These new options have in some
cases led to consumers taking on a loan
amount that is too large for them based
on their income \liule these consumers
qualify lor the loan on paper, it car ex-
tend their monthly financial situation to
the point where they., are spending close
to 50 percent of their monthly income on
housing, instead of the suggested stan-
dard of 30 percent.
For some consumers, these untradi-
tional loan programs are a viable op-
tion, while for other consumers; a
standard 30-year fixed rate or an ARM
wilh a longer fixed period would be the
best option or them.
Members of the FAMB recommend
that consumers meet with an experi-
enced mortgage professional to deter-
mine which loan program option makes
the most sense for their individual cir-
cumstances.

For free consumer information on loan
program options or to find a mortgage
broker who is a member of the FAMB,
i';szt the consumer irtfo'rmLItirn page on
the F.AAB it'eb site at iti'itu.tamb org.


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Property LISTINGS


NEW HOMES in Clay County from the
$190K's and up. Several locations. Call
for all the info. Wendy Hendricks Bro-
ker-Associate(904)838-3977 KW First
Coast Realty

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

240596 Don't miss this spacious home in
Argyle Forest! This 3/2 has ceramic tile,
carpet & hardwood floors, 2-story shed
w/ lights and water, fenced back yard.
Call Dreme Stubbs@278-3329
$162,000 COLDWELL BANKERWAL-
TER 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 Sher-
man@278-3332 $184,847 COLD-
WELL BANKER WALTER WILLIAMS

248015 Shows like a model. Immaculate
7 months old, lush landscaping, upgrad-
ed tile, separate living and dining rooms,
tile fireplace! A Must See!!- Call Karen
Wentz@278-3325 $244,500 COLD-
WELL BANKER WALTER WILLIAMS

25 1028 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
Wentzi@278-3325 $75,000 COLD-
WELL BANKER WALTER WILLIAMS

250244 Step inside and be surprised. This
home has it all, extra large rooms, vault-
ed ceilings, beautiful stone fireplace, eat-
in kitchen, screened porch, alarm system
and the appliances stay. Call Michele
Adams@278-3331 $141,000 COLD-
WELL BANKER WALTER WILLIAMS

249973 Beautiful all brick on almost 12.
acre on Fleming Island. Large backyard
big enough for a pool, or just for enter-
taining. A one owner, lovingly main-
tained home.Call Patricia Sherman
@278-3332 $219,847 COLDWELL
BANKER WALTER WILLIAMS

248064 Concrete block home w/stucco,
tile entry, living/dining-combo w/plant
shelves, eat-in kitchen w/breakfast bar,
family room w/sliders to patio, fenced
yard, garden master bath, walk-in show-
er & huge walk-in closets. Call Karen
Wentz@278-3325 $173,000 COLD-
WELL BANKER WALTER WILLIAMS

252232 All brick pool home in the heart
of Orange Park! This immaculate home
features a separate living & dining room,
family room with fireplace, and a garden


master bath. The breakfast nook over-
looks the sparkling pool on a private 1/3
acre lot. Call Karen Wentz@278-3325
$242,000 COLDWELL BANKERWAL-
TER WILLIAMS

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

259236 Well maintained home, immac-
ulately kept yard! This 3/2 home fea-
tures, brick front & vinyl siding, ceramic
tile in bathrooms & foyer, back porch
enclosed, hurricane shutter on all win-
dows. Call Darlene Rapoza@278-3334
$155,000 COLDWELL BANKERWAL-
TER WILLIMS

261654 Spacious 4/2 on well manicured
corner lot. Large family room w/tiled
wood burning fireplace that can be con-
verted to gas, large bonus or 4th bed-
room upstairs, large fenced back yard.
Call Maureen Harmon@278-3319
$192,900 COLDWELL BANKERWAL-
TER WILLIAMS

252390 Great home on large lot! This 4
bedroom 2 bath home is well main-
tained, 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 16x12 dining
w/dental crown moulding & chair rail,
this 3/2 home is a must see!! Call Karen
Wentz@278-3325 $194,900 COLD-
WELL BANKER WALTER WILLIAMS

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

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

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

ACERAGE! 5 acre estate home site-
bring your builder or use ours, plenty of
house plans to choose from-homes
only-close to Jennings Forest-zoned for
horses. MLS# 263891 $125,000. Call
Realty Masters@282-0810


5.04 ACRES IN THE COUNTRY-
homes only, this is the perfect location
for horses-let the kids roam-bring your
builder or use ours, we have plenty of
house plans to choose from. MLS#
263899 $125,000. Call Realty Mas-
ters@282-08 10

GREAT DEAL! 2/2 Singlewide mobile
home on I acre completely fenced with
screen porch and jacuzzi. New pump
and tank on well, new roof coating, 2 car
carport, shed, appliances including wash-
er and dryer. MLS# 268087 $67,500.
Call Realty Masters@282-0810

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-break-
fast bar,. laundry room. New dish-
washer, hot water heater and A/C and
heat unit. This is a great buy and I
know this one won't last long. MLS#
26 698 $69,900. Call Realty Mas-
ters@282-0810

IN A COMMERCIAL AREA ON CR.
220. 3/2 mobile home. 2002 model
split plan-tile fireplace with mantle,
family room, living room, dining room
combo. Kitchen has center work is-
land, 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 con-
vey. This is a perfect location for a small
business. MLS# 261981 $160,000.
Call Realty Masters@282-0810

UNDER CONSTRUCTION. Not too
late to pick colors, home will be com-
pleted by May 2006. This home will sit
on 1.38 acres, 3/2 with a total of 1,403
sq. ft. heated and cooled with a two car
garage. Many upgrades including knock-
down ceilings-ceiling fans in every room,
wood burning fireplace, home will in-
clude a builders warranty. MLS#
270754 $181,900. Call Realty Mas-
ters@282-0810

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 $85,900. Call Realty
Masters@282-0810

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 ap-
pliances. 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. 14x 16 shed.
MLS# 244760 $147,900. Call Realty
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.253815 This 4/2 home features a court-
yard entry, formal living & dining, kitchen
overlooks family room with gas fireplace,
screened lanai overlooks lagoon. Call
Linda Story@278-3337 $289,900
COLDWELL BANKER WALTER
WILLIAMS

249337 GORGEOUS OAKLEAF home
with beautiful ceramic tile leading into
the greatroom which boasts a built-in
entertainment center, tile fireplace,
crown moulding enhances the volume
ceilings, plantation shutters, upgraded
kitchen cabinets, and much more. Call
Michele Adams @278-3331 $284,500
COLDWELL BANKER WALTER
WILLIAMS

259777 WONDERFUL HOME in
Eagle Harbor! Home is ready for you
to move in. This 4/3 home features;
split bedrooms, neutral colors, newer
carpet, 42" cabinets, eat-in kitchen
large master, tile fireplace
w/tile,mitered window in breakfast
room and French door to formal liv-
ing area. Call Nancy Wentz@278-.
3316 $324,900 COLDWELL BANKER
WALTER WILLIAMS




239477 Eagle Harbor Beauty!! This
5BR 3BA home has it all. Located on a
large lot w/golf course view, Florida
room, bonus room, extensive mould-
ing, granit counter, island, wood floors,
upgrades galore, plus 3 care garage.
Call Pebbles Capes@278-3314
$432,500 COLDWELL BANKER
WALTER WILLIAMS

COMMERCIAL POTENTIAL. This is
the perfect location for a central office,
daycare, or store. Building has 4 bed-
rooms which can be offices and two
baths. The building has a total of 1, 152
sq. ft. Owner will pay and take care of
having the property rezoned. MLS#
271122 $380,000. Call Realty Mas-
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ACERAGE
5.04 acres in the country-homes only, this is the perfect
location for horses-let the kids roam-bring your builder or
use ours, we have plenty of house plans to choose from.
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with screen porch and jacuzzi. New pump and tank on
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including washer and dryer.
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LAKEFRONT IN ORANGE PARK
3/2 1,720 s.f. split plan with huge rooms-the master bed is 15x24-
walk in closet, stone fireplace in formal living room-19xl2 great
room with tile floors and French doors leading out to the deck.
Enjoy the KOI pond and the fish from your backyard. Fenced in
-the rear for privacy. Seller is offering a carpet allowance, call for
details. MLS# 276751 $157,900

IN A COMMERCIAL AREA ON CR. 220
3/2 mobile home. 2002 model split plan-tile fireplace with mantle,.
family room, living room, dining room combo. Kitchen has center
work island, washer and dryerwill 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.


UNDER CONSTRUCTION
Not too late to pick colors, home will be completed by May
2006. This home will sit on 1.38 acres, 3/2 with a total of
1,403 sq. ft. heated and cooled with a two car garage. Many
upgrades including knockdown ceilings-ceiling fans in
every room, wood burning fireplace, home will include a
builders warranty. MLS# 270754 $181,900.
COMMERCIAL POTENTIAL
This is the perfect location fora central office, daycare, or store.
Building has 4 bedrooms which can be offices and two baths.
The building has a total of 1,152 sq. ft. Owner will pay and take
care of having the property rezoned. MLS# 271122 $380,000.
COUNTRY LIVING AT ITS BEST
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 $85,900.
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.
BEAUTIFUL 1.14 ACRE LOT IN GREAT
HOMES ONLY NEIGHBORHOOD
Lot has already been surveyed. MLS#269594 $45,000


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CLAY COUNTY REAL ESTATE


aJ nuar 5 2006










Centex delivers surprise gifts after home renovations


Special to Clay Today

JIACKSON\ ILLE After completing an
array of complimentary home renovations
for a Vilano Beach family whose home had
been devastated by Hurricane Frances in
2004, Centex Homes' North Florida Divi-
sion surprised the family once again by pro-
, diriC Christmas gif~l as they moved back
into their home during the holiday season.
The Yee family, going through home
renovations due to major hurricane dam-
age, needed support.
Mr. Yee, a middle school teacher at
Providence School of Jacksonville, had re-
cently received surgery to alleviate major
back pain. As he was recovering, an unfor-
tunate car accident left him in more pain.


That left Laura Yee, now eight-months preg-
nant with their third child, trying to take
care of her husband, home-school their 10-
year-old daughter, Kiara, and 6-year-old son,
Nathan, and manage all renovations.
After 15 months of failed attempts
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tex Homes' North Florida Division joined
the renovation efforts by providing and in-
stalling kitchen cabinets, base boards, dry
wall, carpet, tile and knockdown ceilings.
"It's amazing how the Yee family and
their situation came to our attention,"
said Carl Holman, operational marketing
manager for Centex Homes North Florida
Division. "Kelly Ray, the 16-year-old niece
of one of our employees and one of Mr.
Yee's former students, heard about what


happened to him and wanted to help. So,
she put together a brochure with photos
of the damage and outlined the Yees'
home repair needs, showed it to her
uncle; David Ray."
Once the brochure made its way into
the hands of Jim Riley, president of Cen-
tex Homes North Florida Division, he im-
mediately decided to offer assistance.
Contractors were called in to begin the
renovations and Andy Burton, a recruiting
and development manger for Centex
Homes was assigned to oversee the proj-
ect. Among those vendors who helped
were Grainger Lumber, Carpet Gallery,
Ram DryWall, and Precision Woodwork
and Design, and Kitchen World, Inc.
"Without Centex Homes and Kelly Ray,


we wouldn't have been home for the hol-
idays. Renovations would've taken an ad-
ditional five months and the insurance
money would've run out for the rental
home we were staying in," said Laura Yee.
"There have been many tears throughout
this whole experience, but now they are
tears of joy. This is a gift that we'll be en-
joying for years to come."
Gifts provided to the family included
dishware and beverage glasses to fill the
new kitchen cabinets, an infant car seat
and many diapers for the arrival of their
new little one, a remote control car and
many board games including Clue, Mo-
nopoly, Mouse Trap and Operation and a
scientific telescope to enhance their
home-school experience.


The Yee family got a surprise for Christmas, a newly renovated home and Christmas presents to boot.


Young Nathan Yee unwraps a gift while his sister looks on.


The entire family helped unwrap baby gifts for their unborn addition during the Christmas party.


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- 15) Walgreen's -1320 Blanding Blvd OP 107) Whitey's Fish Camp 2032 SR 220 DI n
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S30)Eckerds 2672 Blanding(211iMBG 126) Shell Station -1408 Park Ave & Stiles OP
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m 51) Keystone Inn SR 100W KS & Hibernia GCS -
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- 65) Sprint(#6100) -1690 Wells Rd & Debarry OP 155) McDonald's Rest. -1165 N. orange Ave GCS
- 66) Food Lion -1670-103 Wells Rd OP 156) Courthouse 825 Orange(17) GCS
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m 68) Exxon -1576 Wells Rd OP & 17 GCS
m 69) Annie K's 550 Wells Rd OP 158) Rich's BBQ Rest. 505 N Orange(17) GCS
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For Rent, South of GCS, off
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$650mo/$400dep 284-2333
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Black Creek Park, 3/2,Split
Br Plan, New Carpet &
Kitchen, Set up for Horses on
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Acre Lot, Newly Renovated,
Fenced w/ Drive Thru Gate,
1600 Sq. Ft., $188,900
904-412-7231

Magnolia Point
Country Club Living
Security Gated Community
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Bring Your Horse
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5 Acres
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REDUCED
259777 Wonderful home in Eagle
Harbor! Home is ready for you to
move in. This 4/3 home features; split
bedrooms, neutral colors, newer car-
pet, 42" cabinets, eat-in kitchen large
master, tile fireplace w/tile,mitered
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Call Nancy Wentz@278-3316
$315,900

264867 Beautiful cul-de-sac home,
meticulously kept! Nature lovers para-
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Florida room, paver patio, garden
and fountains.
Call Nancy Wentz@278-3316
$349,900

266446 This is a '10' for great coun-
try living! 2.86 wooded acres, access
to Bull Creek, fully fenced yard, why go
anywhere else. Kitchen has been total-
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floor, Florida room overlook decking
and landscaped back yard, oversized
garage, 2 bonus rooms, formal living
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$445,847

REDUCED
267400 Eagle Harbor !! This won-
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golf course view, watch the ducks and
golfers from your fully fenced, large
enough for pool backyard. Fourth
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Call Pebbles Capes@278-3314
$379,900

268674 Waterford Landing in Eagle
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golf course. Home features 42' cabi-
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Call Nancy Wentz@278-3316
$450,000

268809 Built in 05, this gorgeous
home features 18" ceramic tile in all
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ite countertops, master suite boasts a 2
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Call Karen Wentz@278-3325
$405,000

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Call Karen Wentz@278-3325
$289,900

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Call Pebbles Capes@278-3314
$179,900,

271883 Solid built home w/solar.
protected window tint, formal living &
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vanities, all on a cul-de-sac lot!
Michele Adams@278-3331
$259,900

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150' dock, 150' bulkhead, inground
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803-473-7125 cpf

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front porch. Needs TLC. New
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ILLE
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Leather, Alloys, AM/FM, Cass
$4250 Cash Call 398-5525

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Finder, Aerated Live Well,
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Section B-20


NOTICE FACTION
BEFORE THE BOARD OF NURSING
IN RE: The license to practice nursing of

SHANNON FARVER-CALLAHAN, R.N.
1120 Silver Spur Court
Middleburg, Florida 320684
case no: 2005-53516
License No. RN 2618702
The Department of Health has filed an Ad-
ministrative Complaint against you, a copy of
which may be obtained by contacting, Philip
Monte, Assistant General Counsel, Prose-
cution Services Unit, 4052 Bald Cypress
Way, Bin #C65, Tallahassee Florida 32399-
3265, (850) 245-4640.
If no contact has been made by you con-
cerning the above by February 2, 2006, the
matter of the Administrative Complaint will be
presented at an ensuing meeting of the
Board of Nursing in-an informal proceeding.
In accordance with the Americans with
Disabilities Act, persons heeding a special
accommodation to participate in this pro-
ceeding should contact the individual or
agency sending this notice not later than
seven days prior to the proceeding at the.ad-
dress given on the notice. Telephone: (850)
245-4640; 1-800-955-8771 (TDD) or 1-800-
955-8770 (V) via Florida Relay Service.
legal no. 7809 published Dec. 29, 2005
and January 5, 12 and.19, 2006 in Clay
County's Clay Today newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY-
COUNTY, FLORIDA, CASE NO: 2005-2492-
DR, DIV. D
JAMES R. JOHN, III, Petitioner
and


RACHELLE L. JOHN, Respondent-
NOTICE FACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
TO: RACHELLE L. JOHN
Lot 3, Nix Boatyard Rd.
St. Augustine, FL. 32086
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 James R. Johns Ill,
whose address is: 366 Sonora Dr. Orange
Park, FL. 32073 on or before January 16,
2006 and file the original with the clerk of this
Court at: Room 105, 825 N. Orange Ave.,
Green Cove Springs, FL. 32043, before
service on Petitioner or immediately there-
after. If you-fail to do so, a default may be en-
tered 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: December 13, 2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk.of the Circuit
Court, by: Wendy Rodriguez, deputy clerk.
legal no. 7816 published December 22,
29, 2005 and January 5 and 12, 2006 in.
Clay County's Clay Today newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTH JUDI-
ICAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY COUN-
TY, FLORIDA, CASE NO: 03-767-CA
RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY, AS


TRUSTEE OF THE BEREAN BAPTIST
CHURCH OF ORANGE PARK, INC.,
$6,100,000.00 FIRST MORTGAGE SERIAL
SINKING FUND BONDS, DATED JUNE 20,
2001, AND $900,000.00 FIRST MORT-
GAGE SERIAL SINKING FUND BONDS,
DATED JANUARY 20, 2002, Plaintiff
vs.
BEREAN BAPTIST CHURCH OF ORANGE
PARK, INC., a Florida corporation, Defen-
dant.
RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY, AS
TRUSTEE, etc., Crossclaim Plaintiff
vs.
THE INDIVIDUAL HOLDERS OF THE
BEREAN BAPTIST CHURCH OF ORANGE
PARK, INC., $6,1000,000.00 FIRST MORT-
GAGE SERIAL SINKING FUND BONDS,
DATED JUNE 20, 2001, AND $900,000.00
FIRST MORTGAGE SERIAL SINKING
FUND BONDS, DATED JANUARY 20,
2002, AND BEREAN BAPTIST CHURCH
OF ORANGE PARK, INC., a Florida corpo-
ration, Crossclaim Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: The Individual Holders of the Berean
Baptist Church of Orange Park, Inc.,
$6,1000,000.00 First Mortgage Serial Sink-
ing Fund Bonds, Dated June 20, 2001, and
$900,000.00 First Mortgage Serial Sinking
Fund Bonds, dated January 20, 2002, issued
by Berean Baptist Church of Orange Park,
Inc., a Florida corporation (collectively the
"Bonds")
(as listed on the attached Exhibit "A" and "A-1")
EXHIBIT A AND A-1


BRIANDABBEY& ROLINDA RABBEYJTTEN

HUNDLEYACUFFJR TTEE
U/A DTD 10/3/91
HUNDLEY ACUFF JR, REVOCABLE
TRUST


COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
.GREGORYADAMS IRA

HAROLD S & ETHEL JADAMS CO-TTEES
U/A DTD 5/5/2000
THE ADAMS FAMILY TRUST

HERRING NATIONAL BANK CUST FBO
HAROLD S ADAMS IRA

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
TIMOTHY D ADMIRE IRA

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
ROBERT M AFFLITTO IRA

DENZEL L & WEDA ALEXANDER TTEES
DENZEL L & WEDA 0 ALEXANDER REV
TR
U/A/D 01/12/93.

KATIE D ALLEN CUST
MEGAN EALLEN

GEORGE A ALLISON &
MARY GENEALLISON JTWROS

GARRY D ALLRED &
PATRICIA ALLRED JTTEN

HERRING NATIONAL BANK CUST FBO
MARIAN RALSMAN IRA

ROBERT H ANDERSON &
A LUCILLE ANDERSON TTEES
U/A DTD 03/06/1991
ANDERSON TRUST

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
DEBRA ANDREW ROTH IRA

DEBRA OWEN ANDREW &
WILLIAM E ANDREW JT TEN

RICHARD CANDREW

WILLIAM EANDREW

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
WILLIAM EANDREW IRA

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
RANDYANSEL ROTH IRA

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
ROLAND ARMSTRONG IRA

VALENTINE WARNOLD &
V GERALDINE ARNOLD TTEES
VALENTINE W & VALENTINE G ARNOLD
TR
U/A DTD 06/02/92.

PAMELA S BAILEY

GLENN H BAKER &
OLA M BAKER JT TEN

BANKDAN
C/O CENTRAL KENTUCKY TRUST CO

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
SPENCER B BARKER IRA

EUGENE A BARRE TTEE
UAD 02/07/97
EUGENEA. BARRE REVOCABLE TRUST

SARAH J BARRE TTEE
U/A DTD 2/7/97
SARAH J BARRE REV TRUST

VIRGINIA L BASS
TOD ELAINE JONES SHARROCK
SUBJ TO STA TOD RULES

JOAN M BENSEN '

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY.CUST FBO


KURT BENSEN ROTH IRA

BEREAN BAPTIST CHURCH
COLLATERALLYASSIGNED TO
FOUNDATION CAPITAL RESOURCES INC

BEREAN BAPT CHURCH ORANGE PARK,
INC

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
SANDRA A BEYER IRA

LOUIS A BILLODEAU &
JEAN L BILLODEAU JT TEN

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
RANDALL BLACK !RA

FLOYD M BLACKWELL

RENEE D BLAIR

CATHERYN M BLASINGAME

JOSEPH BONOMO &
LUCYBONOMO JTTEN

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
CAROL E BOWER IRA

VIOLA M HOWELL TRUSTEE
FBO BRAILLE BIBLE FOUNDATION INC

CHARLES C BRAND &
RUTH BRAND JT TEN

CHARLES L BRAUCHER &
SARA K BRAUCHER'JTWROS

ERLE BRIDGEWATER TTEE
UAD 11/08/96
ERLE BRIDGEWATER LIV TRUST

VIRGINIA A BRIDGEWATER TTEE
U/A/D 11/08/96
VIRGINIA A. BRIDGEWATER LIVING
TRUST

BRONX BUILDING BAPTIST CHURCH,
INC

DIANA J BUCKTON
TOD THOMAS H BUCKTON
SUBJECT TO STA TOD RULES

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
THOMAS BUCKTON IRA

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
STEPHEN F BUEKER IRA

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
GARVIN BURRIS (IRA)

GEOFFREY R BUTLER &
SHARALYN W BROWN JT TEN

MICHAEL P BYRD &
NANCY LBYRD JTTEN .

NANCY P BYRD

ROBYN TBYRD

ANAH CCAIN &
FRED CAIN TTEES
U/A/D 12/01/98
ANAH C CAIN TRUST

LINDA D CALEY-STEINER TOD
RANDALL C CALEY CUST
HANNAH C CALEY
UNDER NY UNIF TRANS MIN ACT

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
CHARLOTTE A CAMPBELL IRA

ORESTE CANAL &
IDA CANAL JTTEN

ROCKWELL B CARLSON &
ELAINE M CARCSON JT TEN

ROBERT H CARPENTER &
SUSAN F CARPENTER JT TEN

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
JAMES W CARROLL IRA

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
OLIVIA S. CARSON IRA

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
RICHARD T CARSON IRA

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
TINA T CASH

COLONIAL.TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
TINA T CASH IRA

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
HAYLI CAVALLARO IRA

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
VICKI ANN CAVALLARO IRA

CEDE & CO
DEPOSITORY TRUST COMPANY

WILLIAM A & LOVINA CHAPMAN TTEES
U/A DTD
CHAPMAN FAMILY REV. LIVING TRUST

ANDREW-L CHERRY

WILLIAM S CHRISTMAN &
BLANCHE W CHRISTMAN JT TEN

MICHAEL K COBB SR

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
JAMES A COOPER IRA

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY.CUSTFBO


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


January 5, 2006
ADRIAN CORTES IRA

LEONIDAS CORTES

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
BARBARA ANN CORUZZI IRA

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
ROBERT CORUZZI IRA

ILA S CORZINE

MARK C COWART

HENRY F CRAWFORD &
JUDYA THOMAS JT TEN

IRMA M & CARL C CROFTON TTEES
U/A/D 05/25/93
CARL C & IRMA M CROFTON REV TRUST

KIM C CROSSLEY
TOD HE CHA MURNIN
SUBJECT TO STA TOD RULES

CLARENCE H DANIELS
TOD ANN P DANIELS
SUBJECT TO STA TOD RULES

DOUGLAS DANIELSON

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
EVELYN F DAVIS IRA

EVELYN F DAVIS

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
J C DAVIS IRA

COLONIAL TRUSTCO CUSTFBO
LYVONNE H DAVIS IRA

EDWARD P DAYKIN &
GEORGIA DAYKIN JT TEN

CARMEN JDEJOY&
MARDETTE DEJOY JTTEN

JEFFREY R DELAY CUST
ADAM DELAY
UNDER MI UNIF TRANS MIN ACT

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FRO
JEFFREY R DELAY IRA

JEFFREY R DELAY &
NANCY K DELAY J.TTEN

JEFFREY R DELAY CUST
JEREMY DELAY
UNDER MI UNIF TRANS MIN ACT

JEFFREY R DELAY CUST
JORDAN DELAY
UNDER MI UNIF TRANS MIN ACT

JEFFREY R DELAY CUST
LUCAS DELAY
UNDER MI UNIF TRANS MIN ACT

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
MARY B. DEMPSEY IRA

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
ARLENE DENDY IRA

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
ROBERT DENDY IRA

ROBERT H DENDY &
ARLENE K DENDYJT TEN

MARYEDEPUE&
WARREN A DEPUE&
PENNY JO REDIGER JT TEN

DORIS D DIETZ

DONALD C DOBB &
MARYA DOBB TTEES
U/A DTD 06/12/1991
DONALD CAND MARYA. DOBB TRUST

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY TTEE
FBO BRUCE C DODGE IRA

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
JULIE B DOUGLAS IRA

ANNE WHITE DOWNING
TOD JULIA D MCINNIS
SUBJ TO STA TOD RULES

CLAUDE L DOWNS &
-MARJORIE L DOWNS JT TEN

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
CLAUDE LOCKLAN DOWNS IRA

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
D GALE DOWNS IRA

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
FELICIA DOWNS IRA

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
JOI M DOWNS SEP IRA

MARK L DUBOIS CUST
AMANDA C DUBOIS
UNDER FL UNIF TRANS MIN ACT

JONATHAN A DUBOIS CUST
HALEY B DUBOIS
UNDER FL UNIF TRANS MIN ACT

JONATHAN A DUBOIS CUST
JARED R DUBOIS
UNDER FL UNIF TRANS MIN ACT

JASON DUBOIS &
MARK L DUBOIS JT TEN

EDWARD FDUDA TTEE
U/A DTD 5/11/00


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DUDA REVOCABLE LIVING TRUST

ROSE M DUE TTEE
U/A DTD 05/14/03
ROSE DUE REVOCABLE LIVING TRUST

HAROLD DUNCAN CUST
KRISTINA DUNCAN
UNDER CA UNIF TRANS MIN ACT
*TRANSFER AFTER AGE 25 *

LORRAINE E DUNCAN TTEE
U/A DTD 8/31/00-
LORRAINE ELIZABETH DUNCAN TRUST

HENRY C DYKSTRA &
DOROTHY P DYKSTRA JTTEN

EVELYN JOAN EDDY
TOD GARRY K BEASINGER
SUBJECT TO STA TOD RULES

FRANCES W EDINGER

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
JOHN EICKENROTH IRA

DANIEL E ELDER &
TINA M ELDER JTTEN

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
ELIAS B. ELLISON IRA

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
RUTH K. ELLISON IRA

AURORA L ESTEP
TOD KIMBERLY MCCLAIN
SUBJECT TO STA TOD RULES

AURORA L ESTEP
TOD JEFFREY ESTEP
SUBJECT TO STA TOD RULES

AURORA L ESTEP"
TOD ADAM ESTEP
SUBJECT TO STA TOD RULES

AURORA L ESTEP
TOD AIMEE MCCLAIN
SUBJECT TO STA TOD RULES

AURORA L ESTEP
-TOD JENNIFER MCCLAIN
SUBJECT TO STA TOD RULES

AURORA L ESTEP
TOD KYLE ESTEP
SUBJECT TO STA TOO RULES

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
FREDERICA EVANS IRA

HELEN N EZELL TTEE
U/A DTD 05/06/2003
THE HELEN N EZELL REV TRUST

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
LINDA B FABRE ROTH IRA

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
RUDOLPH F FABRE ROTH IRA

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
GARY FALLIS IRA

JAMES S FARBER &
LORNA K FARBER JT TEN

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
JAMES S FARBER IRA

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
LORNA K FARBER IRA

RICHARD H & VIRGINIA L FARBER JT TEN

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
KENYTH B FAUSZ IRA

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
BENJAMIN B FIELDS JR IRA

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
CHARLES D FILMAN IRA

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
LINDA FILMAN IRA

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
GLENN R FORD IRA

HAROLD 0 FORESTER &
HELEN M FORESTER JT TEN

COLONIAL TRUST CO FBO
STEVEN FORREST IRA

JACQUELYN H FOSTER &
DORIS B HOLLIS JT TEN

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
CHRISTOPHER FOX ROTH IRA

CLARENCE H FOX &
THAN H FOX JTTEN

DAVID FRAUENHOFER CUST
DANIEL FRAUENHOFER
UNDER CT UNIF TRANS MIN ACT

DAVID FRAUENHOFER

DAVID FRAUENHOFER CUST
STEPHEN FRAUENHOFER
UNDER CT UNIF TRANS MIN ACT

RONALD D FRENCH CUST


KYLE J FRENCH
UNDER FL UNIF TRANS MIN ACT

RONALD D FRENCH CUST
RYAN D FRENCH
UNDER FL UNIF TRANS MIN ACT

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
KENNETH A FROMENT IRA

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
TRACY FROMENT IRA

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
DENNIS F FRYMAN IRA

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
FUSAE MEDLOCK IRA

DONNA B GABRANSKI
TOD JOYCE A BOORE
SUBJECT TO STA TOD RULES

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
LINDA A AGAIN IRA

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
RICHARD G GAGNON IRA

KEVIN GANUS

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
MARGARET M GARY IRA

ANNABELLE GEORGE TTEE
U/A DATED 01-22-96
ANNABELLE GEORGE REVOCABLE
TRUST

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
CARL J GERLACH IRA

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
OGEE A. GIFFORD IRA

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
SHAWN M GIHL IRA

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
RICHARD GILL IRA

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
CAROLYN GIOIA IRA

JAMES G GOETHE

WILBUR T GRAGG &
EDITH A GRAGG JTWROS

YVONNE GRANT JOHNSON CUST
TROI ASHLEY GRANT
UNDER FL UNIF TRANS MIN ACT

YVONNE GRANT JOHNSON CUST
TYLER JOI GRANT
UNDER FL UNIF TRANS MIN ACT

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
KATHERINE G GREENE IRA
PO BOX 48449

RONALYNNA GUSTAFSON
TOD DORIS GUSTAFSO1N
SUBJECT TO STA TOD RULES

DORIS E GUSTAFSON &
RONALYNN GUSTAFSON TTEES
U/A 6/3/85
GUSTAFSON TRUST

JAMES W HACKNEY &
MARJORIE G HACKNEY JT TEN

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
PAUL HAGAN IRA

STANLEY J HAIKO &
MARY HAIKO JT TEN

JACQUELINEA HALCOMB

RICHARD W HALL &
ELEANOR HALL JT TEN

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
ROBERT K HALL IRA

HERBERT L HALLADAY &
CAROL L HALLADAY JT TEN

ROBERT F HAMILTON JR &
NANCY H HAMILTON JT TEN

GERALD F HARDCASTLE &
MARIETTA S HARDCASTLE JT TEN

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
PATRICIA HARMON ROTH IRA

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
VERNON HARMON IRA

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
GERALD L HARRINGTON IRA

CHARLES E HAUGH &
WILMA J HAUGH JTWROS

RAYMOND L HECKETHORN
TOD MARILYN D TIPTON
SUBJ TO STA TOD RULES

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
ELEANOR K. HELVERSON IRA

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST
FBO FREDERICK HERKENHOFF ROTH
IRA


RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
VIRGINIA B HERKENHOFF ROTH IRA

ROBERT L HIGGINS &
CAROLYN HIGGINS JT TEN

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
GRACE W. HILLMAN IRA

CHING-YI CHANG CUST
JACQUELINE S HO
UNDER NY UNIF TRANS MIN ACT

ELAINE B HOLDEN &
JOE A HOLDEN JT TEN

WILLIAM N HOLLIS &
DORIS B HOLLIS JTWROS

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
WILLIAM G HOSTETLER

COLONIAL TRUST CO CUST FBO
DENNIS W HOUDE IRA

JAMES L HOWELL SR &
MADGE E HOWELL JTWROS

ROBERT L HUSSEYJR

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
MICHAEL G ICENOGLE ROTH IRA

HARRY INSKO &
SALLY W INSKO JT TEN

TED P JEFFREY
TOD ANNE L JEFFREY
SUBJECT TO STA TOD RULES

COLONIAL TRUST CO CUST FBO
PAULETTE F JENKINS IRA

HAROLD R JOHNSON &
MARYANN JOHNSON JTTEN

EDWARD JONES JR

EDWARD R JONES TTEES
U/A DTD 1/1/88
JANE K JONES TRUST

E. R. JONES MANAGEMENT/INC

EDWARD R JONES TTEES
U/A DTD 11/1/88
EDWARD R JONES TRUST

SHARON L KAMPES
TOD JAMES S FRANCIS JR
SUBJECT TO STA TOD RULES

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
LARRY R KEGG IRA

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
ROBERT W KENNEY IRA

AUSTIN E KERBY &
ANNIE E KERBY JT TEN

MICHELLE E KERR ,

MONTGOMERY S KERR

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
JUDITH CROOM KING IRA

ROBERT R KITCHEN &
BEVERLY S KITCHEN JT TEN

HARVEY W KLAVER &.
VERLA B KLAVER JT TEN

AMERICAN CHURCH TRUST CO CUST
FBO
HARVEY W KLAVER IRA

AMERICAN CHURCH TRUST CO CUST
FBO
VERLA B KLAVER IRA

ROBERT KNOEDLER &
THERESA KNOEDLER JTTEN

THERESA KNOEDLER &
ROBERT KNOEDLER JT TEN

GOLDSTAR TRUST COMPANY TTEE FBO
MARGARET KOECHIG IRA

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
PETER KOLUBINSKYJ SEP IRA

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
HELEN KUNZ IRA

WAYNE K LANE &
GENEVA F LANE TTEES
U/A/D 02/03/97
WAYNE K & GENEVA F LANE REV LIV
TRST

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
ELIZABETH J. LANG IRA

BRIAN LANIER TTEE
U/A DTD 10/16/97
JAMES & NELLIE LANIER IRREVOCABLE
TR

HERRING NATIONAL BANK TTEE FBO
JAMES LANIER IRA

CARLEN G LAPPIN &
NIAL LAPPIN JTWROS

VIRGINIA LAUGHLIN CUST


INDIA LAUGHLIN
UNDER NC UNIF TRANS MIN ACT

JOHN & MIRIAM LAY CO-TTEES
U/A DTD 7/16/98
LAY FAMILY TRUST

AMERICAN CHURCH TRUST CO CUST
FBO
J MERVIN LEAMAN IRA #3488

LORNE C LEEDS &
MACIL M LEEDS JT TEN

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
JOEL E.'Le MAIRE IRA

COLONIAL. TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
DENNIS L LINN IRA

DEREK P LOGAN &
CAROL B LOGAN JT TEN

DEREK P LOGAN CUST
JEREMY M LOGAN
UNDER FL UNIF TRANS MIN ACT

DEREK P LOGAN CUST
JONATHAN D LOGAN
UNDER FL UNIF TRANS MIN ACT

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
LINDA LORRAINE IRA

IRENE D LUCIGNANI TTEE
U/A DTD 9-20-95
LUCIGNANI LIVING TRUST

THELMA L MAISENHOLDER &
WAYNE E MAISENHOLDER JT TEN

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
WAYNE E MAISENHOLDER IRA

LEE ROBERT MANN SR &
MARY I MANN JT TEN

MARY MANN
LEE MANN SR JT TEN

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
THOMAS R MATTERNESS IRA

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
JAMES MAYFIELD IRA

THE HERRING NATIONAL BANK CUST
FBO
MITCHELL R MCCUTCHEN IRA

COLONIAL TRUST CO CUST FBO
HUGH M MCDONALD IRA

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
JOHN M MCLAREN IRA

WILLIAM H MCNEAL &
BARBARA R MCNEAL JT TEN

DENNIS MEDLOCK &
FUSAE MEDLOCK JT TEN

KURT F MELANGE &
PETRA E MELANGE JTTEN

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
FRANTISEK MIKES IRA

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
GERALDINE E MIKES IRA

ALINE J MILLER
TOD SUSAN DENISE EVANS
SUBJECT TO STA TOD RULES

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
ERIC MILLER IRA

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
KENNETH PAUL MILLER IRA

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
ROBERT C MILLER IRA

ROBERT D MILLER &
GLORIA S MILLER TTEES
U/A/D 04/18/91
ROBERT D & GLORIA S MILLER TRUST

LUTHER R MILLS
TOD SUSAN NICOLE PINNER
SUBJECT TO STA TOD RULES

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
PATSY MODAWELL IRA

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
GRACE MORRIS IRA

MT CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH

HE CHA MURNIN &
JAMES P MURNIN JTTEN

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
JAMES R. MURPHY IRA

JAMES R MURPHY &
LOIS M MURPHY JTTEN

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
LOIS MURPHY (IRA)

LAURIE R MURRAY &
DELORES L MURRAY TTEES
U/A DTD 04/13/1994
LAURIE R & DELORES L MURRAY TRUST


RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
SILVIA E. MURRAY IRA

CAROL MUSCENTE TTEE
U/A DTD 6/28/01.
CAROL MUSCENTE LIVING TRUST

JULIE M NELSON

KRISTI D NELSON

HERSCHEL F NICHOLS &
MARGUERITE A NICHOLS JT TEN

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
CARMEN NIEVES (R) IRA

JOAN A NOLL

OWEN D OLBRICHT .
C/O GLENN C OLBRICHT

OWEN D OLBRICHT

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
TIMOTHY C OLDNER IRA

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
GAY D OTTAWAY IRA

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
THOMAS E OTTAWAY IRA

HERRING NATIONAL BANK CUST FBO
JEFFREY D OUS ROTH IRA

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
DAVID S PAGE IRA

NELSON D PALACIOS CUST
ESMERALDA PALACIOS
UNDER FL UNIF TRANS MIN ACT

NELSON D PALACIOS CUST
LIZETH E PALACIOS
UNDER FL UNIF TRANS MIN ACT

MICHAEL K COBB SR, TTEE
U/A DTD 08-15-86
KATHLEENE M PALGUT REVOC TR

GLADYS K PALM &
WAYNE B PALM TTEES
U/A DTD 6/25/1986
WAYNE B & GLADYS K PALM TRUST

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
JANICE PARKS (IRA)

EDWIN F PATTERSON &
MILDRED S PATTERSON JTWROS

EDWIN PATTERSON CUST
KATILYN K PATTERSON
UNDER FL UNIF TRANS MIN ACT,

PATRICIA PAYNE &
PHILIP PAYNE JT TEN

LOIS PEACHEY

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
HELEN E. PELTIER IRA

HELEN E PELTIER &
ROGER T PELTIER TTEES
U/A DTD 05/29/2002
HELEN PELTIER TRUST

CHARLOTTE M PEMBROKE &
CAROLYN P JONES JT TEN

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
ANTHONY PERRICONE IRA

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
ROSE A. PERRICONE IRA

ROSE A PERRICONE &
ANTHONY PERRICONE JTTEN

CAROL V PERRY &
JOSEPH J VARGA JT TEN ,

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
CONNIE S PERSLEY IRA

WARREN A PETERSON &
GRACE D PETERSON TTEES
U/A DATED 06-21-95
PETERSON LIVING TRUST

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
YVONNE PINCHBECK IRA

LESTER G PINKLEY &
SARAH H PINKLEY TTEES
U/A 9/2/85
LESTER & SARAH PINKLEY LIVING
TRUST

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
JOHN H. PLUME IRA

DAVID S POWELL &
REBECCA L POWELL JT TEN

DEANE W PRINGLE &
PATTRICIA L PRINGLE JT TEN

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
RICHARD S. PROCA IRA

JAMES F PROCTOR &
PEGGYA PROCTOR JT TEN

ROBERT RADZlCKI &
PATRICIA RADZICKI TTEES


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UAD 12/21/99
RADZICKI LIVING TRUST.

DONALD H RAU &
ROSEMARY RAU JT TEN

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
VELMA RAVEN IRA

WILLIAM P REED &
SANDRA D REED JT TEN

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
WILLIAM P REED IRA

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CORPO-
RATE
REGISTRATION ACCOUNT

JAMES RHOADS &
SHARON K RHOADS JT TEN
TOD ROBIN WEST
SUBJECT TO STA TOD RULES

JAMES RHOADS &
SHARON K RHOADS JT TEN
TOD RICK WIRZ JR
SUBJECT TO STA TOD RULES

WARDEN J RICE &
JOANNE RICE JTTEN

DIANE L RICHARD
TOD JOYCE A BOORE
SUBJECT TO STA TOD RULES

EMMITT & JULIA A RIGSBY TTEES
U/A DTD 8/15/00
RIGSBY LIVING TRUST

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
-DEAN A ROGERS IRA

RAYMOND L ROGERS SR &.
GLORIA P ROGERS TTEES
UAD 04/28/98
RAYMOND L & GLORIA P ROGERS REV
TR

WILLIE ROGERS

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
E. DOLORES ROHRBACH IRA

PHILLIP C ROMANZI &
KATHLEEN ROMANZI JT TEN -

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
DAVID ROSEMAN IRA

ETHEL F ROSS &
WILLIAM F LIEBER JT TEN

ETHEL F ROSS &
VIVIAN KNIGHT JT TEN

ETHEL F ROSS &
MAXINE DAVIS JT TEN

GOLDSTAR TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
SCOTT N RUDDY IRA,

JOHN M RYMAN &
MARIEA RYMAN TTEES
UAD 1/31/95
THE JMR REV LIV TR

FAYE H SCARBROUGH TTEE
U/A DTD 01/30/2001 -
EUGENE SCARBROUGH FAMILY TRUST

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
BRIAN S SCHNEIDER IRA

LAURA SCHNEIDER

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
LAURA SCHNEIDER IRA

JAMES H SHAWVER

VELMA I SHERERTZ,
TOD PAULA JEANNE LYONS
SUBJECT TO STA TOD RULES

JAMES A SHILLINGS &
MARY L SHILLINGS JT TEN

STEPHEN J SIEGL JR &
JOHN H SIEGL JT TEN

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
BARBARA SIMPSON IRA

GREGORY SKELTON & -
LISA SKELTON JT TEN

BERTHA I SMITH TTEE
U/A 3-15-94
BERTHA I SMITH LIVING TRUST

WILLIAM E EURE CUST
DEVINE EDWARD ALAN SMITH
UNDER TX UNIF TRANS MINACT

EVELYN JEANETTE SMITH &
CYNTHIA R CHAMBLISS &
LISA SMITH SETTLE JTTEN

MYRTLE R SMITH

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
DEBORAH SNELL IRA

JOHN E SNYDER

SWS SECURITIES INC
1201 ELM STREET SUITE 3700
ATTN: REORGANIZATION

DAVID SPEIGHTS CUST FBO
JASMINE SPEIGHTS
UNDER SC UNIF TRANS MIN ACT

MARY ELLEN SPIVEY CUST


ASHLEY.N SPIVEY : .
UNDER NC UNIF TRAN MIN ACT

MARY ELLEN SPIVEY CUST
CHRISTI D SPIVEY
UNDER NC UNIF TRAN MIN ACT

MARY ELLEN SPIVEY

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
WAYNE SPIVEY IRA

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
PHILIP SPULER IRA

LINDA D CALEY-STEINER
TOD RANDALL C CALEY CUST
SARAH A CALEY
UNDER NY UNIF TRANS MIN ACT

DEBORAH A STEPPE
TOD JOYCEA BOORE
SUBJECT TO STA TOD RULES

HERRING NATIONAL BANK CUST FBO
JOHN STEVENS IRA

JOHN M STEVENS TTEE
UAD 9/11/89
JOHN M STEVENS TRUST

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
THOMAS STEVENSON IRA

HERRING NATIONAL BANK CUST FBO
JOSEPH STEVERSON IRA

FLORENE STEVERSON TTEE
U/A DTD 8/31/00
FLORENE STEVERSON REVOCABLE
TRUST

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
LOUIE STEWART IRA -

OPAL STEWART

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
GEORGE STILL IRA

CECIL C STOUT

MARY E STOUT

MOLLY C STRICKLAND
TOD TERRY P STRICKLAND
SUBJECT TO STA TOD RULES

RICHARD E STRICKLAND &
NORMA J STRICKLAND JTTEN

GOLDSTAR TRUST COMPANY TTEE
FBO JON L STROM IRA

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
PATRICIA A. STROM IRA

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
BENI W STURCKEN IRA

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY TTEE FBO
ESTHER JIWON SUE IRA

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
ROGER D. SUHR IRA

JAMIE LEE SWANK CUST
JEANETTE LEIGH SWANK "
UNDER MD UNIF TRANS MIN ACT

'THELMAA SWING TTEE
U/A DTD 08/25/1992
SWING FAMILY REVOCABLE TRUST

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
DAVID L TAPLIN IRA

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
JUNE E TAPLIN IRA

LOUISE TAYLOR TTEE
U/A DTD 10/22/97
TAYLOR TRUST

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
WILLIAM M TEMPLETON IRA

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
JOHN F THOMAS IRA

ROY TOBIN&
MURIEL J TOBIN JT TEN TOD
WENDYJ HENRY
SUBJECT TO STA TOD RULES

ROY TOBIN &
MURIEL J TOBIN JT TEN TOD
MARIA ANN TOBIN
SUBJECT TO STA TOD RULES

LEONARD E TOOKE &
BARBARA B TOOKE TTEES
U/A DTD 3-8-93
LEONARD E & BARBARA B TOOKE TR

DONALD J TORRENT &
MARY E TORRENT JT TEN

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
JOHN TOWKAN IRA-

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
MARIA TOWKAN IRA

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
BRUCE E TURNER IRA

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
REVA TURNER IRA .

ROYR TUTTLE&
.ESTHER RTUTTLE TTEES -
U/A DTD 04/01/1997 ,
TUTTLE FAMILY TRUST


.MARVIN & VIOLA VAN ESSEN TTEES
U/A DTD 11/13/91
MARVIN & VIOLA VAN ESSEN FAM
TRUST

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
MADELINE VAN FLEET IRA

FRANK VARGA SR


RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
JERRY L VAUX IRA

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
ROMAN VEROSTKO IRA

JEANETTE VERSTER
TOD MARTYN VERSTER
SUBJECT TO STA TOD RULES

WILLIAM N VIENT &
YOLANDE P VIENT JTTEN

RANDY P VIRKUS &
BRENDA J VIRKUS JT TEN

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
DONALD J. WALDBILLIG IRA

DONALD J WALDBILLIG JR

JUNE M WALKER

JAMES P WALLER &
PEGGIE C WALLER JT TEN

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
JAMES P WALLER IRA

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
JAMES P WALLER ROTH IRA

PEGGIE C WALLER &
JAMES P WALLER JT TEN

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
PEGGIE C WALLER ROTH IRA

KATHYJ WALLS CUST
JARED T WALLS
UNDER FLUNIF TRANS MIN ACT

KATHYJ WALLS CUST
REBEKAH L WALLS
UNDER FL UNIF TRANS MIN ACT

BETTY C WALTHALL TTEE
UAD 4/19/94
BETTY C WALTHALL REVOCABLE TRUST

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
GERALD WAMACK IRA

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
BRADLEY M WEIDENHAMMER
ACT# T461784229

DAVID M WEIDENHAMMER

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
MARK A WEIDENHAMMER
ACCT # T605627949

STEPHEN E WEIDENHAMMER

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
TIMOTHY WEIDENHAMMER
ACCT #T967024149

ALVIN A WENNER &
AGNES R WENNER TTEES
UAD 5/7/92
ALVIN A & AGNES R WENNER TRUST

NED & LORAINE WERYJT TEN

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
DOROTHY H. WESTBURG IRA

BILLY S WESTMORELAND TOD
SUE QUINLIN
SUBJECT TO STA TOD RULES

GOLDSTAR TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
ALICE F WHITE IRA

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
GARY D WHITE IRA

DONALD G WIDHALM &
DORIS E WIDHALM JT TEN

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
NELL WIJNAENDTS IRA

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
CHARLES WILSON IRA

DUANE WIMPFHEIMER &
DEAN WIMPFHEIMER JT TEN

GEORGE R & ALICE M WOLHUTER
TTEES
U/A DTD 6/11/91
GEORGE R & ALICE M WOLHUTER
TRUST

GRADY L WOOD &
JUANITA W WOOD JT TEN

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
BARBARA WOODALL IRA

WE WOODEN TTEE
U/A/D 07/01/92
W E WOODEN TRUST

RUTH WRIGHT
TOD LESTER STEPHEN WRIGHT
SUBJECT TO STA TOD RULES

RUTH WRIGHT . :
TOD DONNA WRIGHT THOMPSON
SUBJECT TO STA TOD RULES


RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
GEORGE YACCARINO IRA

WILHELMINA J YACCARINO
TOD GEORGE T YACCARINO
SUBJECT TO STA TOD RULES

THERESA KNOEDLER CUST
WILLIAM JOSEPH YANCER
UNDER PA UNIF TRANS MIN ACT

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
SANDRA YANNESSA IRA

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
BRONWYN CHANEY YORK IRA.

HUNDLEYACUFFJR TTEE
U/A DTD 10/3/91
HUNDLEY ACUFF JR REVOCABLE
TRUST

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
HUNDLEY ACUFF IRA

* ALBIN FAMILY TRUST
JOHN & FAYALBIN TTEES
DTD 11/27/01

GLENN H BAKER &
OLA M BAKER JT TEN

RELIANCE TRUST CO CUST FBO
RUBY L BARRON IRA

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
RUTH E BELL IRA

WINFRED L BENSON &
SARA J BENSON JTWROS

RELIANCE TRUST CO FBO
CHARLES E BOGAN (IRA)

RELIANCE TRUST CO CUST FBO
GLORIA Y BOGAN IRA

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
JOHN H BOMGARDNER IRA

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY TTEE
FBO SUSAN M BOSHART IRA

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
SUSAN A BOWEN IRA

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
CAROL E BOWER ROTH IRA

ROY CAMP JR &
MARTHA E CAMP JT TEN

LINDA DALE CARPENTER

ROBERT D CARSON &
GENNIE L CARSON JT TEN

JANICE J CRADIT ,
TOD PAUL D CREDIT
SUBJECT TO STA TOD RULES


RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
GEORGE E. CRAWFORD IRA

JAMES E CURTAIN &
MARY L CURTIN JTWROS

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
BARBARA J DANIELS IRA

LYVONNE H DAVIS &
TERRY L SMITH JTTEN

COLONIAL TRUST CO CUST FBO
LYVONNE H DAVIS IRA

MAXINE L DAVIS

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
JEAN L DOBB ROTH IRA

ANNE WHITE DOWNING
TOD JULIA D MCINNIS
SUBJ TO STA TOD RULES

CLAUDE L DOWNS &
MARJORIE L DOWNS JT TEN

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
CLAUDE LOCKLAN DOWNS IRA .

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
MARJORIE L. DOWNS IRA

ED AND HAZEL SEITZ COMPANY

LINDA J ENOS
JOEL B DAVIS JTTEN

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
V SUSAN FERRANS IRA

BIRNETT GEE &
RUTH M GEE JTTEN

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
J B GLASS ROTH-IRA

RELIANCE TRUST CO CUSTD FBO
JANIE GRANTHAM

TERRI SUE HOENSTINE CUST
JAMES ALBERT GRIFFIN
UNDER FL UNIF TRANS MIN ACT .

J BENNETT GROCOCK CUST
RACHEL M GROCOCK
UNDER FL UNIF TRANS MIN ACT

J BENNETT GROCOCK CUST
SARAH C GROCOCK
UNDER FL UNIF TRANS MIN ACT

TP HARGARTEN


V F HARGARTEN JT TEN

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
DANIEL J. HARTMAN IRA

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST
FBO FREDERICK HERKENHOFF ROTH
IRA

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
VIRGINIA B HERKENHOFF ROTH IRA

JAMES H HIGGINBOTHAM SR

GEORGE HOOPER

ROYCE C HUGGINS
PEGGY L HUGGINS
CLINTON S HUGGINS &
ROBERT N HUGGINS TEN COM

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
MARIA HUTCHESON ROTH IRA

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
WILLIAM HUTCHESON ROTH IRA

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
DALENE JOHNSON IRA

GEORGE M JOHNSON

E. R. JONES MANAGEMENTINC

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
GARY JUREWICZ IRA

LEONARD J KIRKWOOD &
CAROL J KIRKWOOD JTTEN

SALLY Z KITSON

HERRING NATIONAL BANK CUST FBO
HENRIETTA KOCH IRA

HERRING NATIONAL BANK CUST FBO
VIRGIL & HENRIETTA KOCH HMA #5006

STEPHEN Z LAMIELL &
TAMMY S LAMIELL JTTEN

MARY LOYED'

THOMAS H LOYED &
MARY LOYED JTTEN

GARYA LUND &
LOUISE M LUND JTWROS

DONALD J MACK &
DOROTHYMAE J MACK JTWROS

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY TTEE
FBO PATRICIA MADISON IRA

MICHAEL WMALOY

CARL P MATHENY &
BETTY L MATHENY JTWROS

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
SARAH H MCGINNIS ROTH IRA

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
STUART G MCGINNIS'ROTH IRA:

JAY FMICK
BURDEN P MICK JT TEN

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
WILLIAM J MOBLEY IRA

HERRING NATIONAL BANK CUST FBO
STEVEN M NALEPKA IRA

JAKIE NEACE &
CONNIE NEACE JT TEN

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
CANDACE NELSON IRA

HERRING NATIONAL BANK CUST FBO
MICHAEL W NELSON ROTH IRA

CHARLES W NEWELL &
ELIZABETH H NEWELL JTWROS

COLONIAL TRUST CO CUST FBO
RICHARD G OTLEY IRA

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
YVONNE PINCHBECK IRA

RELIANCE TRUST CO CUST FBO "
CECIL A PITTMAN ROTH IRA

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
CECIL A PITTMAN IRA

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
FAITH LADONNE PRAVE IRA

PHILLIP FREEDOM CUST
JENNIFER LEAH FREEDOM
UNDER FL UNIF TRANS MIN ACT

JAMES PRUDEN

LEONARD L PRUDEN &
JEAN PRUDEN JTTEN

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CORPO-
RATE
REGISTRATION ACCOUNT

COLONIAL TRUST CO TTEE FBO
JANNICE L RIDDICK IRA

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY TRUSTEE
FBO JAMES L RODDY

ETHEL F ROSS &
WILLIAM F LIEBER JT TEN

ETHEL FROSS &









aJ nuar 5 2006


VIVIAN KNIGHT JT TEN

ETHEL F ROSS &
MAXINE DAVIS JT TEN

ANNEM RUNYAN
TOD WILLIAM R RUNYAN
SUBJ TO STA TOD RULES

ROBERTA SCHMICKER &
MARJORIE A SCHMICKER JTWROS

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
DALE K SMITH IRA

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
EVELYN JEANETTE SMITH IRA

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY TTEE
FBO DENISE R SPURLOCK IRA

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
BRIDGETT M STEPHENS ROTH IRA

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
LOUIE STEWART IRA

WILSON M STEWART TTEE
U/A DTD 09/11/2000
W MONROE STEWART LIVING TRUST

FREDRIC R STILE &
JUANITA K'STILE JT TEN

CECIL C STOUT

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
LONIE S TAYLOR IRA

JESSIE M VAN HEUKELEM TTEE
U/A DTD 4/10/93
JESSIE M VAN HEUKELEM TRUST

RELIANCE TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
BETTE E. VETVICK IRA

WAYNE B WHEELER SR &
LOUISE F WHEELER JT TEN

SHIRLEYA WILBERDING TTEE
U/A DTD 12/13/1999
SHIRLEYA WILBERDING TRUST

GRADYL WOOD &
JUANITA W WOOD JT TEN

COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY CUST FBO
TIMOTHY L WOODS IRA


LAWRENCE YOUNG &
MAXINE YOUNG TTEES
U/A DTD 03/29/1990
YOUNG LIVING REV TRUST


YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a Crossclaim
has been filed against you in the above-
styled action by Reliance Trust Company, as
Trustee, which is in the nature of an action
for a declaratory judgment under which the
Trustee is seeking the approval of the Court
authorizing the Trustee to perform that cer-
tain Restructuring Agreement, dated as of
November 1', 2005, under which the Inden-
tures for the-Bonds will be amended and
modified for the purpose of restructuring the
obligations of Berean Baptist Church of Or-
ange Park, Inc., for payment of the Bonds,
upon the terms-set forth in the Restructuring
Agreement, and you are required to serve a
copy of your written defenses to the Cross-
claim, if any, on John B. Macdonald, Esq.,
Suite 2500, 50 North Laura Street, Jack-.
sonville, Florida 32202, the attorney for the
Trustee, on or before January 20, 2006, and
to file the original of your written defenses
with the Clerk of this Court either before
service on the Trustee's attorney or immedi-
ately thereafter; otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief demanded
in the Trustee's Crossclaim.
Dated Decembdr 16, 2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT
As Clerk of the Court, by: Amie Herrera,
deputy clerk. .'
legal no. 7823 published December 22,
29, 2005, January 5 and 12, 2006 in Clay
County's Clay Today newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, CASE NO: 2005-CA-
1013, DIV. B
FRANK MIRACK, Plaintiff
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: 1) C&A FINANCIAL CORP., C/O JACK
ADLER; 2) C & A FINANCIAL CORP., 3)
NEW YORK FINANCIAL, INC., C/O AARON
L. GOLDMAN; 4) JACK ADLER PRES., C &
A FINANCIAL CORP; 5) AARON GOLD-
MAN; 6) STARBURST PROPERTIES INC.,
Respondent's last known address-1) 922 NE
199th St., N. Miami Beach, FL 33162; 2)
12550 Biscane Blvd., North Miami, FL
33181; 3) 1123 71st Street, Miami FL 33140;
4) 2453 E. Sunrise Blvd., Ste. 1011, Ft.
Lauderdale, FL 33304; 5) 5255 Colins Ave.,
Miami FL 33140; 6) 775 Creighton Road, Or-
ange Park, FL 32073.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action has
been filed against you and that you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your written de-
fernses, if any, to it on Frank Mirack, whose
address is 6432 River Point Dr., Green Cove
Springs, FL 32043 on or before 1-30-06, and
file the original with the clerk of this Court at
825 N. Orange Ave., Green Cove Springs,
FL 32043 before service on Plaintiff or im-
mediately thereafter. If you fail to do so, a de-
fault 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.
Dated December 15, 2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Circuit
Court, by: Diane Pierce, deputy clerk.
legal no. 7829 published December 22,.
29, 2005 and January 5 and 12, 2006 in
Clay County's Clay Today newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF THE FOURTH
'JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, CASE NO: 2005-2520-
DR, DIV. E ,
SABRINA GILL, Petitioner
and
JERRY R. GILL, Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
TO: JERRY R. GILL
441 Bristol Road Hayesville, NC 28904
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 Sabrina Gill, whose
address is 6371 Collins Road #1009, Jack-
sonville, FL 32244 on or before October 6,
2003 on or before January 23, 2006, and file
the original with the clerk of this Court at:
Room 105, 825 N. OrangeAve., 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: December 16, 2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Circuit
Court, by: Wendy G. Rodriguez, deputy
clerk.
legal no. 7836 published December 22,
29, 2005 January 5 and 12, 2006 in Clay
County's Clay Today newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, CIVILACTION, CASE
NO: 2005-667-CA, DIV. A
FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE ASSO-
CIATION, Plaintiff
vs.
RETA M. STEWART, et al, Defendant(s)
NOTICE OF
RESCHEDULED
FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to
an Order Rescheduling Foreclosure Sale
dated December 14, 2005 and entered in
Case No. 2005-667-CA of the Circuit Court
of the Fourth Judicial Circuit in and for Clay
County, Florida wherein FEDERAL NA-
TIONAL MORTGAGE ASSOCIATION, is the
Plaintiff and RETA M. STEWART; HOUSE-
HOLD FINANCE CORPORATION ltI; SA-
VANNAH GLEN HOMEOWNERS'
ASSOCIATION, INC.; TENANT #1 N/K/A
LARRY BROTHERS are the Defendants, I
will sell to the highest and best bidder for
cash at Front Door of the Clay County Cour-
thouse, Green Cove Springs, Florida AT
10:00 A.M. ON THE 17TH DAY OF JANU-
ARY. 2006. the following described property
as set forth in said Final Judgment:
LOT 72, SAVANNAH GLEN, UNIT SIX,
ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF, AS
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 33, PAGES 67
THROUGH 70, OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA.
a/k/a 643 Morning Mist Way, Orange Park,
FL 32073.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of this
Court on December 16, 2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Circuit
Court, by: Amie Herrera, deputy clerk.
ECHEVARRIA, CODILIS & STAWIARSKI
P.O. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida 33622-5018
F05011125
legal no. 7844 published December 29
and January 5, 2006 in Clay County's
Clay Today newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTH JUDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY COUN-
TY, FLORIDA, CASE NO: 05-CA-1256, DIV.
A
DAVID W. FLEMING, Plaintiff
vs.
MICHAEL W. ANDERSON and MICHELLE,
E. ANDERSON, Defendants
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: Last Known Address
MICHAEL W. ANDERSON AND MICHELLE
E. ANDERSON
4743 Calendula Avenue
Middleburg, Florida 32068
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to
Quiet Title the real property as legally de-
scribed as:
LOT 53, BLOCK 102, JACKSONVILLE
SOUTH, UNIT TWO, ACCORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 11, PAGES 1,2, 3,4, 5, 6,7,8, 9,10,
11, 12 AND 13 OF THEUBLIC 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 THOMAS C.
SANTORO, ESQUIRE, Plaintiffs' attorney,
whose address is 1700 Wells Road, Ste. 5,
Orange Park, Florida 32073, on or before
February 10, 2006 and file the original with
the clerk of this court either before service on
plaintiffs' attorney or immediately thereafter;
otherwise a default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded in the complaint
or petition.
Dated on December 21, 2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Circuit
Court, by: Debra M. Beyerle, deputy clerk.
legal no. 7845 published December 29,
2005 and January 5, 12 and 19, 2006 in
Clay Coynty's Clay Today newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, GENERAL JURISDIC-
TION DIVISION, CASE NO: 05-920-CA
COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOANS, INC.,
Plaintiff
vs.
SHERRY G. MOODY, IF LIVING, AND IF
DEAD, THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE, HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES,
LIENORS, CREDITORS, TRUSTEES AND
ALL OTHER PARTIES CLAIMING AN IN-
TEREST BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR
AGAINST SHERRY G. MOODY; JAY
MOODY; UNITED STATES OF AMERICA;
JOHN DOE AND JANE DOE AS UN-
KNOWN TENANTS IN POSSESSION, De-
fendant(s)
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a
Summary Final Judgment of Foreclosure
dated December 19, 2005 entered in Civil
Case No. 05-920-CA of the Circuit Court of
the 4th Judicial Circuit in and for Clay Coun-
ty, Green Cove Springs, Florida, I will sell to
the highest and best bidder for cash at the
front steps at the Clay County Courthouse
located at 825 North Orange Avenue in
Green Cove Springs, Florida at 10:00 A.M.
ON THE 19TH DAY OF JANUARY, 2006,
the following described property as set forth
in said Summary Final Judgment, to-wit:
LOT 4, BLOCK 34, JACKSONVILLE
SOUTH, UNIT 1, ACCORDING TO PLAT
THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 10,
PAGE 36 THROUGH'45, OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Dated this 20th day of December, 2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Circuit
Court, by: Tammy Rosenbaum, deputy clerk.
THE LAW OFFICES OF DAVID J. STERN,
P.A. attorney for Plaintiff
801 S. University Drive Suite 500
Plantation, FL 33324
(954) 233-8000
05-45565(CWF)
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICANS
WITH DISABILITIES ACT, persons with dis-
abilities needing a special accommodation
should contact Court Administration at the
Clay County Courthouse at 904-630-2564,
1-800-955-8771 (TDD) or 1-800-955-8770,
via Florida Relay Service.
legal no. 7846 published December 29,
2005 and January 5, 2006 in Clay Coun-
ty's Clay Today newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, GENERAL JURISDIC-
TION, CASE NO: 05-918-CA
NATIONAL CITY MORTGAGE, INC. F/K/A
NATIONAL CITY MORTGAGE CO., Plaintiff
vs.
CHARLES M. DILLEY IF LIVING, AND IF
DEAD, THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE, HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES,
LIENORS, CREDITORS, TRUSTEES AND
ALL OTHER PARTIES CLAIMING AN IN-
TEREST BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR
AGAINST CHARLES M. DILLEY; CELESTE
R. DILLEY IF LIVING, AND IF DEAD, THE
UNKNOWN SPOUSE, HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, LIENORS,
CREDITORS, TRUSTEES AND ALL
OTHER PARTIES CLAIMING AN INTER-
EST BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST
CELESTE R. DILLEY; BAXLEY HIDEAWAY
HOMEOWNERS' ASSOCIATION, INC.;
MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRA-
TION SYSTEMS, INC. AS NOMINEE FOR
123 LOAN, LLC; JOHN DOE AND JANE
DOE AS UNKNOWN TENANTS IN POS-
SESSION, Defendant(s)
NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a
Summary Final Judgment of Foreclosure
dated December 19, 2005 entered in Civil
Case No. 05-918-CA of the Circuit Court of
the 4th Judicial Circuit in and for Clay Coun-
ty, Green Cove Springs, Florida, I will sell to
the highest and best bidder for cash on the
front steps at the Clay County Courthouse
located at 825 North Orange Avenue in
Green Cove Springs, Florida at 10:00 A.M.
ON THE 19TH DAY OF JANUARY. 2006 the
following described property as set forth in
said Summary Final Judgment, to-wit:
LOT 71 OF BAXLEY HIDEAWAY, AC-
CORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF AS
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 37, PAGE(S)
25 THROUGH 29, OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Dated this 20th day-of December 2005. ,
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Circuit
Court, by: Tammy Rosenbaum, deputy clerk.
THE LAW OFFICES OF DAVID J. STERN,
P.A., ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF
801 S. University Drive Suite 500
Plantation, EL 33324
(954) 233-8000
05-45475(FNMA) NCM
IN ACCORDANC WITH THE AMERICANS


WITH DISABILITIES ACT, persons with dis-
abilities needing a special accommodation
should contact Court Administration at the
Clay County Courthouse at 904-630-2564,
1-800-955-8771 (TDD) or 1-800-955-8770,
via Florida Relay Service.
legal no. 7847 published December 29,
2005 and January 5, 2006 in Clay Coun-
ty's Clay Today newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR CLAY COUN-
TY, FLORIDA, PROBATE DIVISION, FILE
NO: CP-05-169, DIV. A
IN RE: ESTATE OF JAMES TERRY
SPEAKE, deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of JAMES
TERRY SPEAKE, deceased, whose date of
death was, January 11, 2005, is pending in
the Circuit Court for Clay County, Florida,
Probate Division; the address of which is 825
N. Orange Avenue, Green Cove Springs, FL
32043. The names and addresses of the
personal representative and the personal
representative's attorney are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and other per-
sons, who have claims or demands against
decedent's estate on whom a copy of this
notice has been served, must file their claims
with this court ON OR BEFORE THE LATER
OF THE DATE THAT IS THREE (3)
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR
THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE
ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and
other persons who have claims or demands
against the decedent's estate must file their
claims with this court WITHIN THREE (3)
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE
CODE WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
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: December 29,
2005
Attorney for Personal Representative:
RICHARD W. COBB ESQ.,
Florida Bar No: 0107477
431 Stowe Avenue
Orange Park, Florida 32073
(904) 269-5800
Personal Representative:
TERRI FULLARD
685 Satilla Trail
Blackshear, GA 31516
LEGAL NO. 7848 Published December
29, 2005 and January 5, 2006 in Clay
County's Clay Today newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAYC
COUNTY, FLORIDA, CIVIL DIVISION, CASE
NO: 2001 720 CA A
BANKERS TRUST COMPANY OF, CALI-
FORNIA, N.A., AS CUSTODIAN OR
TRUSTEE, Plaintiff'
vs.
MIRIAM M. TRIMBLE; UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF MIRIAM M. TRIMBLE; JOHN
DOE; JANE DOE AS UNKNOWN TEN-
ANT(S) IN POSSESSION OF THE SUB-
JECT PROPERTY, Defendants.
RE-NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a
Motiona nd Order Resetting Foreclosure
Sale Date dated the 15th day of December,
2005, and entered in Case No. 2001-720-CA
A, of the Circuit Court of the 4th Judicial Cir-
cuit in and for Clay County, Florida, wherein
BANKERS TRUST COMPANY OF CALI-
FORNIA, N.A., AS CUSTODIAN OR
TRUSTEE is the Plaintiff and MIRIAM M.
TRIMBLE; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF MIRI-
AM M. TRIMBLE; JOHN DOE; JANE DOE
AS UNKNOWN TENANTS) IN POSSES-
SION 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 17TH DAY OF JANU-
ARY, 2006, the following described property'
as set forth in said Final Judgment, to wit:
EXHIBIT
A PORTION OF LOT 6, FOXRIDGE UNIT
7, CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA, ACCORDING.
TO PLAT BOOK 16, PAGES 48, 49, 50 AND
51 OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF SAID
COUNTY. SAID PORTION BEING MORE
PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS FOL-
LOWS:
BEGIN ATTHE SE CORNER OF SAID LOT
6, THENCE ON THE SOUTHERLY LINE
THEREOF, W74937'48" W 142.96 FEET,
THENCE N 629 35' 41" N96.60 FEET TO
THE NORTHERLY LINE OF SAID LOT;
THENCE LAST SAID LINE SOUTH 70 00'
30" NORTH 183.49 FEET TO THE NORTH-
WESTERLY LINE OF BOTTOMRIDGE
DRIVE; THENCE ON LAST SAID LINEAND
ON THE ARC OF A CURVE CONCAVE TO
THE SOUTHEASTERLY AND HAVING A
RADIUS OF 100.6 FEET; AND A CHORD
DISTANCE OF 10.97 FEET. THE BEARING
OF SAID CHORD BEING SOUTH 10 DE-
GREES 14 MINUTES 45 SECONDS WEST;
THENCE CONTINUE ON 1ST SAID LINE
SOUTH 06 DEGREES 30 MINUTES 00
SECONDS WEST 93.0 FEET TO THE
POINT OF BEGINNING.
In accordance with the Americans with Dis-
abilities Act of 1990 (ADA), disabled persons
who, because of their disabilities need, spe-
cial accommodation to participate in this pro-


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


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTH JUDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY COUN-
TY, FLORIDA, CIVIL ACTION, CASE NO:
05-698A
ROSA MAE POLLARD DAVIS, et al, Plain-
tiffs,
vs.
The Estate of CATHERINE WALKER, et al
THIRD NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: Henry Floyd III
Last Known Address:
Unknown
Dottie Hogans
Last Known Address:
Unknown
Sharon Howard
Last Known Address:
Unknown
Eleanor Evans
Last Known Address:
Unknown
Any and all unknown heirs of lineages
And or all unknown parties or persons claim-
ing any right title, estate, lien, or interest in
the property herein described, by through,
under or against the aforementioned parties
as heir, devisee, grantee, assignee, lienor,
creditor, trustee or otherwise, and whether
such unknown party derives such claim
through, under or against a known person
who is dead or not known to be dead or
alive.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an ac-
tion of Partition on the following property in
Clay County, Florida:
ALL THOSE PORTIONS OF LOTS 6, 7
AND 8, SECTION 4, ORANGE PARK, AC-
CORDING TO PLAT BOOK 1 PAGE 23,
LYING NORTHERLY OF THE RIGHT OF
WAY OF THE SEABOARD COASTLINE
RAILROAD, EXCEPT THE FOLLOWING:
PARCEL A:
PART OF LOT 6, SECTION 4, ORANGE
PARK, ACCORDING TO PLAT THEREOF
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 1 PAGE 23,
OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, MORE PARTICULAR-
LY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
FOR POINT IN THE BEGINNING BEGIN
AT THE POINT WHERE THE EASTERLY
RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF HOOKER
STREET. INTERSECTS THE SOUTHERLY
RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF KINGSLEY AV-
ENUE AND RUN THENCE SOUTHERLY
ALONG THE EASTERLY LINE OF SAID
HOOKER STREET LINE OF SAID HOOK-
ER STREET A DISTANCE OF 279'FEET;
THENCE TURN AT A RIGHT ANGLE AND
RUN IN AN EASTERLY DIRECTION IN A
STRAIGHT LINE A DISTANCE OF 153.6
FEET; THENCE TURN A RIGHT ANGLE
AND RUN NORTHERLY ON A STRAIGHT
LINE A DISTANCE OF 279 FEET TO THE
SOUTHERLY SIDE OF KINGSLEY AV-
ENUE; THENCE TURN AND RUN WEST-
. ERLY ALONG THE NORTHERLY SIDE OF
KINGSLEY AVENUE A DISTANCE OF 152.6
FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING; AS
PER MAP OR PLAT RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 1, PAGE 23, PUBLIC RECORDS OF
CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA, TOGETHER
WITH THAT PROPERTY TO THE CENTER
OF HOOKER STREET RUNNING ADJA-
CENT TO THE FOREGOING PROPERTY,
EXCEPTING ANY PART LYING WITHIN
THE RIGHT OF WAY OF KINGSLEY AV-
ENUE (S.R. 224).
PARCEL B:
.PART OF LOT 7, SECTION 4; ORANGE
PARK, ACCORDING TO PLAT THEREOF
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK, PAGE 23, OF
THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF CLAY COUN-
TY, FLORIDA, MORE PARTICULAR DE-
SCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
STARTING AT A POINT 100 FEET WEST
OF THE WEST SIDE OF HOOKER
STREET AT KINGSLEY AVENUE; THEN
RUNNING PARALLEL TO HOOKER
STREET 438 FEET DUE SOUTH; THEN
RUNNING AT RIGHT ANGLE DUE WEST
200 FEET, TO THE STARTING POINT. EX-
CEPTING ANY PART LYING WITHIN THE
RIGHT OF WAY OF KINGSLEY AVENUE
(S.R.224).
AND EXCEPT THE FOLLOWING: (PROP-
ERTY ONE)
THE EAST 100 FEET OF THE NORTH
441 FEET OF LOT 7, SECTION 4, OR-
ANGE PARK, CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA,
ACCORDING TO PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE 23
OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
SAID PROPERTY DESCRIBED AS PART
OF LOT 7, SECTION 4; BEGINNING AT
THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF KINGS-
LEY AVENUE AND HOOKER STREET,
RUNNING NORTH 441 FEET; THENCE 100
FEET WEST, THENCE 441 FEET SOUTH;
THENCE 100 FEET EAST TO THE PLACE
OF BEGINNING, RECORDED IN DEED
BOOK 36, PAGE 110, PUBLIC RECORDS
OF CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA, TOGETHER
WITH THAT PORTION TO THE CENTER
OF HOOKER STREET RUNNING ADJA-
CENT TO SAID PROPERTY.
EXCEPTING ANY PART LYING WITHIN
THE RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF KINGSLEY
AVENUE (S.R. 224).


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Section B-23

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 16th day of December, 2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT- Clerk of the Circuit
Court, by: Amie Herrera, deputy clerk.,
Law Office of Marshall C. Watson
1800 NW 49th Street, Suite 120
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33309
(954) 453-0365
legal no. 7851 published January 5, and
12, 2006 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.










Section B-24

has been filed against you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your written de-
fenses, if any within 30 days after the first
publication of this Notice of Action, on Luis
Tous, Plaintiff's attorney, whose address is
6320 St. Augustine Road, Suite 11, Jack-
sonville, FL 32217 and file the original with
this Court either before service on Plaintiffs'
attorney or immediately thereafter; otherwise
a default will be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the Complaint or Petition.
This notice shall be published once each
week for 4 consecutive weeks in Clay Today.


CLAYTODAY.BIZ


WITNESS my hand and the seal of this
Court on this 19th day of December, 2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Circuit
Court, by: Amie Herrera, deputy clerk.
legal no. 7852 published December 29,
2005 and January 5, 2006 in Clay Coun-
ty's Clay Today newspaper.


PUBLIC SALE
On January 25, 2006 at 10:00 a.m., First
Coast Towing located at 2905 Blanding
Blvd., Middleburg, FL. 32068 will be auc-


NOTICE OF PROPOSED MERGER OF STATE BANKS
AND NATIONAL BANKING ASSOCIATION

Pursuant to Section 7-1-532 of the Financial Institutions Code of Georgia, notice is here-
by given that Articles of Merger which will effect the merger of The First Bank of
Brunswick, a Georgia state-chartered bank, and First National Bank, Orange Park,
Florida, a national banking association, with and into American Banking Company, a
Georgia state-chartered bank, have been filed with the Georgia Department of Banking
and Finance. The name of the surviving bank after such merger will be American
Banking Company.

A copy of the Articles of Merger may be examined during normal bank hours at the prin-
cipal office of American Banking Company d/b/a Ameris, located at 225 South Main
Street, Moultrie, Georgia 31768.
legal no. 7858 published January,5 and 12, 2006 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper. CLT-0035.0106


NOTICE OF PROPOSED MERGER OF STATE BANKS
AND NATIONAL BANKING ASSOCIATION

Notice is hereby given that Ameiican Banking Company, Moultrie, Georgia, has made
application to the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation for its written consent to
acquire The First Bank of Brunswick, Brunswick, Georgia, and First National Bank,
Orange Park, Florida, pursuant to a merger transaction between the banks. It is con-
templated that all offices of the foregoing institutions will continue to be operated.

This notice is published pursuant to Section 18(c) of the Federal Deposit Insurance Act.

Any person wishing to comment on this application may file his or her comments, in writ-
ing, with the Regional Director (DOS) of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation at
its Regional Office located at 10 Tenth Street, NE, Suite 800, Atlanta, Georgia 30309-
3906, not later than 30 days after the first publication of the notice. The non-confiden-
tial portions of the application are on file in the Regional Office and are available for pub-
lic inspection during regular business hours. Photocopies of the non-confidential por-
tion of the application file will be made available upon request.
legal no. 7859 published January 5, 12, and 19, 2006 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.
CLTOw33.0106


STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
NOTICE OF PROPOSED AGENCYACTION

The Department of Environmental Protection gives Notice of its Intent to
Republic Services of Florida, Limited Partnership, to continue to operate and maintain
the Clay County Construction and Demolition Debris (C&DD) Transfer Station facility.
The facility is located.at 3545 Rosemary Hill Road.

The Department's file on this matter is available for public inspection during normal busi-
ness hours, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, except legal holidays, at
7825 Baymeadows Way, Suite 200B, Jacksonville, Florida.

A person whose substantial interests are affected by the above proposed
agency action may petition for an administrative determination (hearing) under sections
120.569 and 120.57 of the Florida Statutes. The petition must contain the information
set forth below and must be filed (received) in the Department's Office of General
Counsel, Marjory Stoneman Douglas Building, 3900 Commonwealth Boulevard, Mail
Station 35, Tallahassee, Florida 32399-3000. Petitions filed by any persons other than
those entitled to written notice under section 120.60(3) of the Florida Statutes must be
filed within 14 days of publication of this notice or receipt of the written notice, whichev-
er occurs first. The petitioner shall mail a copy of the petition to the applicant at the
address indicated above at the time of filing. The failure of any person to file a petition
within the appropriate time period shall constitute a waiver of that person's right to
request an administrative determination (hearing) under sections 120.569 and 120.57 of
the Florida Statutes, or to intervene inthis proceeding and participate as a party to it.
Any subsequent intervention (in a proceeding initiated by another party) will be only at
the discretion of the presiding officer upon the filing of a motion in compliance with rule
28-106.205 of the Florida Administrative Code.
A petition that disputes the material facts on which -the Department's action is based
must contain the following information:

(a) The name, address, and telephone number of each petitioner, the appli-
cant's name and address, the Department File Number (0170658-002) 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 substantial interests are affected by
the Department's action or proposed action;

(d) A statement of all material facts disputed by petitioner or a statement that
there are no disputed facts;

(e) A statement of facts, which the petitioner contends warrant reversal or
modification of the Department's action or proposed action;
(f) A statement'of which rules or statutes the petitioner contends require
reversal or modification of the Department's action or proposed action; and

(g) A statement of the relief sought by the petitioner, 'stating precisely the
action the petitioner wants the Department to take with respect to the Department's
action or proposed action.

A petition that does not dispute the material facts on which the Department's action is
based shall state that no such facts are in dispute and.otherwise shall contain the same
information as set forth above, as required by rule 28-106.301 of the Florida
Administrative Code.

Because the administrative hearing process is designed to formulate final agency action,
the filing of a petition means that 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 such final decision of the Department have the right to petition to become a party to
the proceeding, in accordance with the requirements set forth above.

In accordance with Section 120.573, F.S., the Department advises that mediation is not
available in this case as an alternative to filing a petition for an administrative determine.
tion.
legal no. 7860 published January 5, 2006 in Clay County's Clay Today newspaper.
CLT-0b034.0106


tioning off the following vehicles for towing
and storage costs:
2001 HONDA
VIN 1hgem225411054210
1992 DODGE
VIN 1 b7f23x5ns621980
1997 TOYOTA
VIN 4tawm72n9vz247757
1997 JAGUAR
VIN sajhx1245vc803026
1981 ISUZU
VINjaac114nOc0700967
1988 CADILLAC
VIN 1g6e11150ju615805
1991 DODGE
VIN jb7fl24d6hp042024
2001 GMC
VIN 1gdfg15r011242880
1997 OLDSMOBILE
VIN 1g3hy54c9kh311623
legal no. 7856 published January 5, 2006
in Clay County's Clay Today newspaper.


NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned,
pursuant to the "Fictitious Name Statutes,"
Chapter No. 9-267, Laws of Florida, Section
865.09, Florida Statutes, will register with the
Department of State, Division of Corpora-
tions, upon receipt of proof of publication of
this notice, the fictitious name, to wit:
A NEW YOU REVOLUTION!
Under which I/we/am/are engaged in busi-
ness at:
868 BLENDING BLVD., #104
ORANGE PARK, FL. 32065
That the party/parties interested in said busi-
ness enterprise is/are as follows:
JAMES A. SMILEY
LEGAL NO. 7857
Published January 5, 2006 in Clay Coun-
ty's Clay Today newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT OF THE 4TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, CASE NO: 05-1133-CA, DIV. B
CHASE MANHATTAN BANK, AS INDEN-
TURE TRUSTEE FOR THE IMC HOME EQ-


UITY LOAN OWNER TRUST 1998-7, Plain-
tiff
vs.
CHRISTOPHER NOTO; ET AL., Defen-
dant(s)
NOTICE OF ACTION
FORECLOSURE
PROCEEDINGS-PROPERTY
TO: Christopher Noto; Maria Mahn; Un-
known Parties in Possession.#1; Unknown
Parties in Possession #2, WHOSE RESI-
DENCE IS: 542 LEWIS MORRIS STREET,
ORANGE PARK, FLORIDA 32073
If living, including any unknown spouse of
said Defendants if any have remarried and if
any or all of said Defendants are dead, their
respective unknown heirs, devisees,
grantees, assignees, creditors, lienors, and
trustees, and all other persons claiming, by,
through, under or against the named Defen-
dants; and the aforementioned named De-
fendants and such of the aforementioned
unknown Defendants and such of the afore-
mentioned unknown Defendants as may be
infants, incompetents or otherwise not sui
juris.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an ac-
tion has been commenced to foreclose a
mortgage on the following real property, lying
and being and situated in Clay County, Flori-
da, more particularly described as follows:
LOT 41, BLOCK 3, HERITAGE HILLS,
UNIT FOUR, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK
17, PAGES 67 THROUGH 72, OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
more commonly known as 542 LEWIS
MORRIS STREET, ORANGE PARK, FL.
32073.
This action has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of your writ-
ten defense, if any, upon SHAPIRO & FISH-
MAN, Attorneys for Plaintiff, whose address
is2424 North Federal Highway, Suite 360,
Boca Raton, FL 33431, within thirty (30) days
after the first publication of this notice on
January 5, 2006, and file the original with the
Clerk of this court either before service on
Plaintiff's attorney or immediately thereafter;
otherwise a default will be entered against


NOTICE OF INTENT TO USE UNIFORM METHOD OF
COLLECTING NON-AD VALOREM ASSESSMENTS
The Lake Asbury Municipal Service Benefit District (LAMSBD) hereby provided notice,
pursuant to section 197.3632(3)(a), Florida Statutes, of its intent to use the uniform
method of collecting non-ad valorem special assessments to be levied within the bound-
aries of LAMSBD, for the cost of providing certain improvements to the lake areas with-
in the district boundaries for the Fiscal Year beginning on October 1, 2005 and beyond,
LAMSBD will consider the adoption of a resolution electing to use the uniform method of
collecting such assessments authorized by section 197.3632, Florida Statutes, at a pub-
lic hearing to be held at 6:30 p.m. on February 6, 2006 at 282 Branscomb Rd., Green
Cove Springs, Florida. All interested persons are invited to attend.
In the event any person decides to appeal any decision by LAMSBD with respect to
any matter relating to the consideration of the resolution at the above-referenced public
hearing, a record of the proceeding may be needed and in such an event, such person
may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the public hearing is made, which record
included the testimony and evidence on which the appeal is to be based. In accordance
with the Americans with Disabilities Act, persons needing a special accommodation or
an interpreter to participate in this proceeding should contact the District Secretary at
904-282-4353, three.(3) days prior to the date of the hearing.
Dated this 27th day of December, 2005.
by order of:
Larry Pitts, Chairman of the Board of District Trustees
Lake Asbury Municipal Service Benefit District.
legal no. 7866 published January 5,12,19,26,2006 in Clay County's Clay Today newspaper.



REQUEST FOR BIDS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Clay County S.H.I.P. Program will receive sealed
bids until 4:00 P.M., Monday, February 6, 2006, at the Finance Department, 4th Floor,
Clay County Administration Building, 477 Houston Street, Green Cove Springs,
Florida 32043, for the following:

BID #05/06-29: Renovation Project # 95
Renovation of Residence located at:

A. 1314 Martin Luther King Blvd., Green Cove Springs, FL
B. 883 Branscomb Rd., Green Cove Springs, FL
C. 1438 Pawnee Street, Orange Park, FL
D. 390 Gano Ave., Orange Park, FL
A mandatory walkthrough is a prerequisite to a valid bid. All interested bidders will
meet at 9:00am Friday, January 20, 2006 in the Clay County SHIP Office, 2471 State
Road 16 West, Green Cove Springs, FL.
Bids will be opened at 1:00 P.M., or as soon thereafter as possible, Tuesday, February
7, 2006, in the Board of County Commissioners Conference Room "B", 4th Floor, Clay
County Administration Building, 477 Houston Street, Green Cove Springs, Florida,
32043, in the presence of Finance Department staff, and/or the Clerk or Deputy Clerk
and all other interested persons.

The opened bids will be read aloud, examined for conformance to specifications, tab-
ulated, and one copy preserved in the custody of the Finance Department.

Bids will not be valid unless received by the bid deadline and in a sealed envelope
marked "Sealed Bid", Bid No./Bid Title (marked with the appropriate Bid No./Bid Title),
to be received until 4:00 P.M., Monday, February 6, 2006.

Envelopes will be mailed or delivered in person to the above address. Specifications
may be obtained and questions answered at the office of the SHIP Coordinator at
(904) 278-4700.

The County reserves the right to waive formalities in any bid, to reject any or all bids
with or without cause, 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 leases or real property to a public entity, may not be awarded or perform work
as a contractor, supplier, subcontractor, or consultant under a contract with any pub-
lic entity, and may not transact business with any public entity in excess of the thresh-
old amount provided in Section 287.017, Florida Statues, for CATEGORY TWO for a
period of 36 months from the date of being placed on the convicted vendor list.
Fritz A. Behring
County Manager
legal no. 7855 published January 5,2006 in Clay County's Clay Today newspaper.


January 5, 2006


you for the relief demanded in the Complaint.
WITNESS my hand and seal of this Court
on the 27th day of December, 2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of Circuit and
County Courts, by: Debra M. Beyerle, deputy
clerk.
legal no. 7861 published January 5 and
12, 2006 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


PUBLIC SALE
In accordance with the provisions of State
law, there being due and.unpaid charges for
which the undersigned is entitled to satisfy
an owner's lien of the goods hereinafter de-
scribed and stored at Uncle Bob's Self-Stor-
age located at:
Store #67, 918 Blanding Blvd., Orange Park,
FL 32065 (904) 272-3705 and due notice
having been given, to the owner of said prop-
erty and all parties known to claim an inter-
est therein, and the time specified in such
notice for payment of such having expired,
the goods will be sold at public auction at the
above state address to the highest bidder or
otherwise disposed of on MONDAY. JANU-
ARY 23. 2006 AT 11:30 A.M.
SMARCO T. VANN, household goods, boxes,
sporting goods, tools, appliances.
SCOTT LEWIS, sporting goods, tools
KAREN LAWSON,, household goods, furni-
ture, boxes, appliances, tv's or stereo equip,
computers.
JUDI FLOYD, household goods, furniture.
STEVE SMITH, household goods, furniture,
boxes, sporting goods, tools, appliances, tv's
or stereo equip.
CASEY BROWN, household goods, furni-
ture.
CHRISTINA PACK, household goods.
AUCTIONEER: JERRY DUNCAN Florida Li-
cense #AU527.
legal no. 7862 published January 5 and
12,2006 in Clay County's Today newspa-
per.


PUBLIC NOTICE
SThe Board of Supervisors of the Clay
County Utility Authority will meet at 2:00 P.M.
on Tuesday, January 17, 2006, in the Board
Room at the Clay County Utility Authority,
3176 Old Jennings Road, Middleburg, Flori-
da.
In accordance with the Americans With
Disabilities Act, any person needing a spe-
cial accommodation to participate in this
matter, should contact the Clay County Util-
ity Authority by mail at 3176 Old Jennings
Road, Middleburg, Florida 32068 or by tele-
phone at (904) 213-2464, no later
than 7 days prior to the hearing or proceed-
ing for which this notice has been given.
Hearing impaired persons can access the
foregoing telephone number by contacting
the Florida Relay Service 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
proceedings. All interested persons are in-
vited to attend.
For further information, call 213-2464.
legal no.7863 published January 5, 2006
in Clay County's Clay Today newspaper.


NOTICE OF SALE

TENNANT NAME UNIT NUMBER

Jaclyn McNabb 102
Tammy Prater C-18
TS & J C-34
Donnie Granger Jr. C-39
Sara Mineart D-18
Stephen Teal E-25
Robert Hill H-3
Michael Anderzejewski J-9
In accordance with state statues 83.806 to
83.807 the above units will be sold or dis-
posed of on Thursday January 19th 2006
at 10:00 A.M. to satisfy lien for past due rent,
late fees and penalties. All units contain
items used in'or around the home or busi-
ness. All goods are sold "As Is". Terms of
sale are CASH ONLYI Seller reserves the
right to withdraw any item from the sale for
any reason. Best Little Storehouse in Clay,
996 Blanding Blvd., Orange Park, FL 32065
(904) 272-9622
legal no. 7865 published January 5, 2006
and January 12, 2006 in Clay County's
Clay Today newspaper.


NOTICE OF
PUBLIC MEETING
First Coast Technical Institute Board of Di-
rectors Meeting will be held January 4, 11,
18 & 25, 2006 at 8:30 a.m. at FCTI, -Putnam
Co. Center at 820 Reid Street, Ste. D, Palat-
ka, FL. The meeting is open to public. If a
person decides to appeal any decision made
by the FCTI Board of Directors with respect
to any matter considered at such meeting or
hearing, he or she will need a record of the
proceedings, 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. 7867 published January 5, 2006
in Clay County's Clay Today newspaper.


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of Orange Park*269-9400

A SPECIAL WEEKLY ADVERTISING SECTION OF CLAY TODAY JANUARY 5-JANUARY 11, 2006 EDITION


Dream Car

of the Week


RightWay
of Green Cove Springs
presents this week's Dream Car

2003 JEEP

LIBERTY
5 Speed
4 Door




610 N. Orange Ave.
Green Cove Springs, FL 32043
W904-284-0028
www.rightwaytogo.com


RightWay moving to two locations


By Clay Today staff
GREEN COVE SPRINGS RightWay is
closing its Green Cove Springs store and
opening in Palatka and Jacksonville.
The move is intended to provide even
better service to the Northeast Florida
com munity. The quality of Rig1ht\\Wa\
service will not change, says General
Manager Doug Burnett.
The two new locations are:
2310 Reid St., Palatka
8220 Atlantic Blvd.,Jacksonville.
"We can finance just about anybody,"
Burnett says, "those with less than per-
fect credit as well as those whose cred-
it'is excellent." Burnett says that
RightWay is working with nine.
lenders at the present time but is con-
stantly adding others.
"Our forte is helping people reestab-
lish their credit," Burnett says. "We put
them in a good carand then help them
to upgrade."
Burnett pointed out that it is harder to get
autocir! ir tha n a ho ie Il1(,I g.ige.T!hr is
bcau Ose \ou can i't de a i e oaf.
In addition to automotive lending,
RightWay deals in late model used cars
"We have all makes and models includ-
ing trucks, both imports and domestic,"
Burnett says. "If we don't have what the
customer wants in stock, we will find it."
RightWay buys its cars from other deal-
ers and from auto auction all over
Florida and Georgia.
RightWay's used autos carry a six
month, 6,000 mile warranty on the
power train, Burnett says. In aldditt ion.
customers will 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."


...

Doug Burnett.opened Florida's first RightWay in Green Cove Springs. Now, to -r.:., de n .r, ben- .ir ,.:e
to an expanding area, the Green Cove Springs store is splitting and opening in Palatka and Jacksonville.
The Green Cove site will be closed.


Burnett "pretty much grew up inJack-
sonville." His father was in the automo-
tive business and Burnett, one of several
brothers, went to work with him at an
early age. He says that his father wanted
him to really learn the business so he put
him to work initially in the lowest jobs
available and made him work his way up.
The lessons were well learned, Burnett
says, and he has remained in the automo-
tive field ever since.
Burnett graduated from Sandalwood
High School inJacksonville and went on
to Florida Southern College in Lakeland.
After college he worked for a number of


auto dealers in theJacksonville area and
in Daytona. Most recently, he spent three
years as Finance Director for Garber. He
left there to open RightWay.
Well established with nine locations
throughout Michigan, RightWay Auto-
motive Credit opened its first Florida
outlet in Green Cove Springs.
RightWay first opened in Michigan ap-
proximately eight years ago and has
grown steadily ever since, adding, in ad-
dition to its nine Michigan locations, an-
other in Chicago,
"I'm really lucky," Burnett says,
"Ilove what I do."






Section C-2




2004 Acura RSX, must see, sun-
roof, auto, 17k miles $17,999.
Call Frank Griffin at 269-1033
\ 2004 Acura TSX, at, ac, pw, pi,
tilt, cc, leather, cd, alloys, sunroof,
$23,481. Call Mike Shad Nissan
of Orange Park at 1-877-208-
6635
2004 Acura TSX, navigation,
$24,628. Call Garber Automall
at 264-2442
2005 Buick Century, gold, 28k,
ac, auto, toys, $13,495. Call Ray
Carter Kia at 771-6078
1997 Buick Park Avenue, auto-
matic, ac, $6900. Call Gordon
Chevrolet at 272-2200
2001 Buick LeSabre Custom,
leather, pw, pl; pm, pw, $10,900.
Call Gordon Chevrolet at 272-
2200
1997 Buick Park Avenue
Ultra, leather, nice, $6,900. Call
Gordon Chevrolet at 272-2200
1999 Buick Century Custom,
leather, ac, am/fm, $5,400. Call
Gordon Chevrolet at 272-2200
S1999 BMW 528i, 5 spd, ac, pw,
pl, tilt, cc, cass, alloys, sunroof,
$15,282. Call Mike Shad Nissan
of Orange Park at 1-877-208-


CRUISIN' CLAY COUNTY


6635
2000 BMW, $18,995. Call Gar-
ber Automall at 264-2442
1999 Cadillac Sedan Deville, 4
door; v8, at, ac, ps, pw, pl, tw, cc,
leather, alloys $9995. Call Na-
tional Motorcars at 908-8801
1990 Cadillac Seville, 76,000
miles, 4 door, v8, at, ac, ps, pw, pl,
tw, cc, leather, alloys, $1800
Cash. Call National Motorcars
at 908-8801
2002 Chevy Malibu, cd, ac, au-
tomatic, $6,900. Call Gordon
Chevrolet at 272-2200


2005 Chevy Aveo, auto, pw, pl,1
$11,900. Call Gordon Chevrolet at
272-2200
1996 Chevy Caprice Classic,
auto, pl, pm, cc, pw, $4900. Call
Gordon Chevrolet at 272-2200
2002 Chevy Cavalier, $8,892.
Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442
2003 Chevy Cavalier, $8,998.
Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442
2004 Chevy Cavalier, $10,876.
Call Garber Automall at 264-


Janizary 5, 2006
2442
2000 Chevrolet Malibu, 4 door,
v6, at, ac, tw, cc, alloys, $6995.
Call National Motorcars at 908-
8801


2442
2005 Chevy Cavalier, $1 1,183.
Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442
2005 Chevy Aveo, white, 16k
miles, ac, auto, 4dr, $1 1,495. Call
Ray Carter Kia at 771-6078
2004 Chevy Cavalier, white,
371 miles, loaded, $10,995. Call
Ray Carter Kia at 771-6078
2002 Chevy Camero Z28, at,
ac, pw, pl, tilt, cc, t-top, alloys, cd,
$ 16,98 1. Call Mike Shad Nissan
of Orange Park at 1-877-208-
6635
2005 Chevy Monte Carlo LS,
sunroof, ps, pw, pl, pm, $14,900.
Call Gordon Chevrolet at 272-
2200
2005 Chevy Cobalt LS, leather,
spoiler, $18,600. Call Gordon
Chevrolet at 272-2200
2005 Chevy Impala, pw, pl, pm,
cc, leather, $17,900. Call Gordon
Chevrolet at 272-2200
2002 Chevy Malibu, $7,588.
Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442
2002 Chevrolet Malibu LS, 4
door, v6, at, ac, ps, pw, pi, tw, cc,
cass, cd, sr, leather, alloys, $8,995.
Call National Motorcars at 908-
8801
2004 Chevy Malibu, $13,689.
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12005 Chevy Impala, $15,892. Call
Garber Automall at 264-2442
2000 Chevy Monte Carlo,
$8,429. Call Garber Automall at
264-2442
2002 Chevy Monte Carlo,
$1 1,892. Call Garber Automall
at 264-2442
2001 Chrysler Concorde, with
power package, 32k miles! $8,900.
Call Frank Griffin at 269-1033
2002 Chrysler Concorde LXi,
loaded, mint condition, must see
$1 1,495. Call Frank Griffin at
269-1033
2003 Chrysler PT Cruiser, at,
ac, pw, pl, tilt, cc, leather, cd, al-
loys, sunroof, $14,381. Call Mike
Shad Nissan of Orange Park at
1-877-208-6635
2005 Chrysler PT Cruiser
Touring, 181 miles, pw, pl, tilt, cc
$ 12,988. Call Frank Griffin at
269-1033
2005 Chrysler PT Cruiser
Touring, pw, pl, tilt, cruise
$13,900. Call Frank Griffin at
269-1033
2005 Chrysler PT LTD, loaded,
12k miles, white $15,900. Call
Frank Griffin at 269-1033
2005 Chrysler PT Cruiser
Touring Convertible, pw, pi,
tilt, cc $16,988. Call Frank Grif-
fin at 269-1033
2005 Chrysler 300, loaded, with
rims $24,995. Call Frank Griffin
at 269-1033
2005 Chrysler 300C, loaded,
midnight blue $29,995. Call
Frank Griffin at 269-1033
2000 Chrysler Cirrus, 4 door, 4
cyl, at, ac, pw, pl, tw, cc, cd $7995.
Call National Motorcars at 908-
8801
2003. Chrysler Seabring,
$9,957. Call Garber Automall at
264-2442
2005 Chrysler Seabring,
$ 13,78 1. Call Garber Automall
at 264-2442
2001 Chrysler Sebring Con-
vertable, at, ac, pw, pl, tilt, cc,
leather, cd, alloys, $12,881. Call
Mike Shad Nissan of Orange
Park at 1-877-208-6635
2002 Chrysler Town & Coun-


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try, at,ac, pw, pl, tilt, cc, cd, cass,
alloys, $ 1,38 I. Call Mike Shad
Nissan of Orange Park at 1-877-
208-6635
2002 Dodge Neon, at, ac, pw, pl,
tilt, cc, cd, alloys, $7,28 1. Call
Mike Shad Nissan of Orange
Park at 1-877-208-6635
2004 Dodge Neon SXT, blue,
29k miles, auto, ac, loaded, power
sunroof, $11,695. Call Ray
Carter Kia at 771-6078_
2004 Dodge Neon SXT, silver,
12k miles, auto, ac, loaded,
$11,695. Call Ray Carter Kia at
771-6078-
2005 Ford Escape, $18,784.
Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442


01 Ford Escort ZX2, 2 door, 4
cyl, at, ac, alloys, $6995. Call Na-
tional Motorcars at 908-8801
2000 Ford Focus, at, ac, am/fm,
cass, $6,493. Call Mike Shad
Nissan of Orange Park at 1-877-
208-6635
2002 Ford Focus, $8,568. Call
Garber Automall at 264-2442
2003 Ford Focus, $9,988. Call
Garber Automall at 264-2442
2004 Ford Mustang, $14,685.
Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442
2005 Ford Mustang, $19,995.
Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442
2002 Ford Taurus, ac, pw, pl,
payments as low as $59. Call


Rightway Automotive Credit at
284-0028.
2005 Ford Taurus, $14,787.
Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442
2006 Ford Taurus, $16,129.
Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442
2006 Ford Taurus, $16,698.
Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442
2006 Ford Focus, $15,821. Call
Garber Automall at 264-2442
2006 Ford Focus, $16,823. Call
Garber Automall at 264-2442
1997 Ford Crown Vic, pl, pw,
pm, cc, ps, $4988. Call Gordon
Chevrolet at 272-2200
2004 Ford Mustang Cobra, 6


spd, pw, pm, pl, ps, leather,
$27,900. Call Gordon Chevrolet
at 272-2200


1999 Lincoln Town Car Presidential,
4 door, v8, at, ac, ps, pw, pi, tw, cc, cd,
leather, alloys $8595. Call National
Motorcars at 908-8801
2004 Ford Focus ZX3, 2dr,
yello, 16k miles, nice & looks
good!, $10,995. Call Ray Carter
Kia at 771-6078
2001 Ford Taurus, 4 door, v6,
at, ac, pw, pl, tw, cc, cd $8,595.


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Call National Motorcars at 908-
8801
2003 Ford Mustang Convert-
ible, loaded, 39k miles, red/black
top $13,490. Call Frank Griffin
at 269-1033
2003 Ford Mustang GT, silver,
leather, upgraded sound system,
$14,400. Call Frank Griffin at
269-1033
2004 Honda Civic, ac, pw, pl, tilt,
cc, cd, mp3 player, $13,381. Call
Mike Shad Nissan of Orange
Park at 1-877-208-6635
2004 Honda Civic LX, auto,
4x4, red, 1,000k miles, $14,900.
Call Frank Griffin at 269-1033
2004 Kia Optima, at, ac, pw, pl,
tilt, cc, cd, alloys, sunroof,
$ 11,381. Call Mike Shad Nissan
of Orange Park at 1-877-208-
6635
1998 Kia Sephia, only 56k miles,
payments as low as $59. Call
Rightway Automotive Credit at
284-0028.
1999 Lincoln Continental, 4
door, v8, at, ac, ps, pw, pl, tw, cc,
cd, leather, alloys, $7995. Call
National Motorcars at 908-
8801


2000 Mazda 626, at, ac, pw, pl,
tilt, cc, cd, sunroof, alloys, $7,981.
Call Mike Shad Nissan of Or-
ange Park at 1-877-208-6635
1998 Mazda Protoge LX, at, ac,
pw, pl, tilt, cc, cd, sunroof, $3,881.
Call Mike Shad Nissan of Or-
ange Park at 1-877-208-6635
2001 "Mazda Protege, payments
as low as $59. Call Rightway Au-
tomotive Credit at 284-0028.
2002 Mercury Villager, at, ac,
pw, pl, tilt, cc, cd, $10,982. Call
Mike Shad Nissan of Orange
Park at 1-877-208-6635
2001 Mitsubishi Galant, 4 door,
4 cyl, at, ac, pw, pl, tw, cc, cd, al-
loys, $7995. Call National Mo-
torcars at 908-8801
2003 Mitsubishi Eclipse, power
package, at, silver, 20k miles
$12,999. Call Frank Griffin at
269-1033
1998 Nissan Altima GXE, at,
ac, pw, pl, tilt, cc, cass, cd, $3,881.
Call Mike Shad Nissan of Or-
ange Park at 1-877-208-6635
2002 Nissan Altima, at, ac, pw,
pl, tilt, cc, cd, $5,881. Call Mike
Shad Nissan of Orange Park at
1-877-208-6635


2003 Nissan Altima, ac, at, pw,
pl, tilt, cc, cd, $14,381. Call Mike
Shad Nissan of Orange Park at
1-877-208-6635
2002 Nissan Maxima, v6, at, ac,
pw, pl, tilt, cc, cd, alloys, $13,999.
Call Mike Shad Nissan of Or-
ange Park at 1-877-208-6635
2004 Nissan Maxima, v6, at, ac,
pw, pl, tilt, cc, leather, cd, alloys,
sunroof, $23,483. Call Mike
Shad Nissan of Orange Park at
1-877-208-6635
2003 Nissan Sentra, at, ac, pw,
pl, title, cc, cd, $8,382. Call Mike
Shad Nissan of Orange Park at
1-877-208-6635
2001 Nissan Quest, at, ac, pw,
pl, tilt, cc, cass, cd, tv, home link,
$10,483. Call Mike Shad Nissan
of Orange Park at 1-877-208-
6635
2001 Oldsmobile Alero, 4
door, v6, at, ac, pw, pl, tw, cc, cd
$7995. Call National Motorcars
at 908-8801
2001 Oldsmobile Silhouette, 4
door, v6, at, ac, pw, pl, tw, cd, al-
loys, $9595. Call National Mo-
torcars at 908-8801
1999 Oldsmobile Intrigue, v6,


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98 Chevrolet Tahoe
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88 Chevrolet Astro
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98 Ford Windstar Van
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at, ac, pl, pw, payments as low as
$59. Call Rightway Automotive
Credit at 284-0028.
2005 Pontiac Grand Am, v6, at,
ac, pw, pl, payments as low as $59.
Call Rightway Automotive Cred-
it at 284-0028.
2002 Pontiac Sunfire, 4 door,
only 27k miles, payments as low as
$59. Call Rightway Automotive
Credit at 284-0028.
2001 Pontiac Sunfire SE, a6to,
pi, cc, cd, $4,900. Call Gordon
Chevrolet at 272-2200






2003 Pontiac Vibe, green, 10k miles,
sporty, loaded $12,995. Call Ray
Carter Kia at 771-6078

2005 Pontiac Grand Prix GT,
pw, pm, cc, ps, $14,900. Call
Gordon Chevrolet at 272-2200
2003 Pontiac Vibe, cc, pl, pm,
pw, moonroof, $13,900. Call
Gordon Chevrolet at 272-2200
1996 Saturn SLI, ac, cd, extra
clean, $2,981. Call Mike Shad
Nissan of Orange Park at 1-877-
208-6635
2001 Saturn SC2, at, ac, pw, pi,
tilt, cc, alloys, am/fm, cd,'$6,482.
Call Mike Shad Nissan of Or-
ange Park at 1-877-208-6635
1999 Saturn SL2, nice car, pay-
ments as low as $59. Call Right-
way Automotive Credit at
284-0028.
1999 Toyota Camry, 4 door, 4
cyl, at, ac, pw, pl, tw, cc, cd,
$9995. Call National Motorcars
at 908-8801
2004 Toyota Corolla, at, ac, pw,
pi, tilt, cc, cd, cass, $11,683. Call
Mike Shad Nissan of Orange
Park at 1-877-208-6635
2004 Toyota Corolla LE, pw,
pl, tilt, cruise $13,590. Call Frank
Griffin at 269-1033
2005 Toyota Scion XB, at, ac,
pw, pl, tilt, cc, cd, alloys, $15,283.
Call Mike Shad Nissan of Or-
ange Park at 1-877-208-6635
2000 VW Cabriolet, ac, cd, al-
loys, pw, pl, tilt, cruise, leather
$6,99 1. Call Mike Shad Nissan
of Orange Park at 1-877-208-
6635
2001 VW Bug GLS Turbo, 35k
miles, 5 spd, leather, pw, pl!
$10,900. Call Frank Griffin at
269-1033
2002 Volkswagen New Beetle
GL Turbo Diesel, auto, burns no
gas! $14,778. Call Ash Tisdelle at
269-2603
2003 Volkswagen New Beetle
" Turbo S, 6 speed, only 13k miles,
fastest Beetle built! $18,325. Call
Ash Tisdelle at 269-2603
2001 VW Jetta, 5 speed, ac, pw,
pl, tilt, cc, alloys, am/fm, cd,
$9,983. Call Mike Shad Nissan
of Orange Park at 1-8771208-
6635
2002 VW Jetta GLS, auto, pw,
pm, pl, cc, cd, $1 1,500. Call Gor-
don Chevrolet at 272-2200
2003 Volkswagen Passat
Wagon GLS, red with beige
cloth, sunroof, only 37k miles,
more economical SUV $18,195.


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Call Ash Tisdelle at 269-2603
2003 Volkwagen New Beetle
GL, auto, only 21k miles, great
Christmas present, put it under
the tree for only $14,695. Call
Ash Tisdelle at 269-2603
2002 VW jetta GLS, auto, pw,
pm, ppl, cc, cd, $11,500. Call
Gordon Chevrolet at 272-2200







2003 Chevy 1500 4x4, $20,988.
Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442
1988 Chevrolet Astro Con-
version Van, 4 door, v6, at, ac,
$1600 cash. Call National Mo-
torcars at 908-8801
2000 Chevy Blazer, 4dr, pw, pl,
pm, cc, $9,400. Call Gordon
Chevrolet at 272-2200
1998 Chevrolet Blazer LS, 4
door, v6, at, ac. pw, pl, tw, cc, cd,
alloys, $7,595. Call National
Motorcars at 908-8801
2000 Chevy Blazer, 2 door, v6,
at, ac, pw, pl, tw, cc, cd, alloys,
$7,595. Call National Motor-
cars at 908-8801
2005 Chevy Colorado Z71
4x4, 22,385. Call Garber Au-
tomall at 264-2442
2000 Chevy S10, clean, must
see, payments as low as $59. Call
Rightway Automotive Credit at
284-0028






2005 Chevy Trailblazer, low miles,
loaded, payments as low as $59. Call
Rightway Automotive Credit at 284-
0028
2003 Chevy S10, $1 1,897. Call
Garber Automall at 264-2442
2003 Chevy Silverado 1500
HD, leather, ps, pi, pm, pw,
$20,900. Call Gordon Chevrolet
at 272-2200
2004 Chevy Silverado C1500,
cc, pl, pm, pw, $18,900. Call Gor-
don Chevrolet at 272-2200
2004 Chevy Silverado 1500
LS, $20,388. Call Garber Au-
tomall at 264-2442


2005 Chevy Silverado 2500
HD, $28,782. Call Garber Au-
tomall at 264-2442
2004 Chevy 2500 HD Diesel
4x4, $35,671. Call Garber Au-
tomall at 264-2442
2005 Chevy Silverado C 1500,
reg cab, ac, cc, $16,900. Call Gor-
don Chevrolet at 272-2200
2004 Chevy Silverado 1500,
reg cab, z-71, loaded, $17,950.
Call Gordon Chevrolet at 272-
2200
2005 Chevy SSR, leather, cc, pl,
pm, pw, $34,500, Call Gordon
Chevrolet at 272-2200
2006 Chevy SSR, leather, pw,
prn, pl-6 speed $41,900. Call
Gordon Chevrolet at 272-2200
2004 Chevy Suburban K1500,
leather, pw, pl, pm cd, $25,400.
Call Gordon Chevrolet at 272-
2200
1993 Chevy Suburban, 4 dr, V8,
ac, auto, ps, pw, pl, tw, cass, alloys,
$5,995. Call National Motor-
cars at 908-8801
2003 Chevy Tahoe, leather, pw,
pm, pl, cd, $21,900. Call Gordon
Chevrolet at 272-2200
1998 Chevrolet Tahoe, 4 door,
v8, at, ac, ps, pw, pl, tw, cc, cd,
$9,995. Call National Motor-
cars at 908-8801
2003 Chevy Trailblazer,
$15,988. Call Garber Automall
at 264-2442
2005 Chevy Trailblazer,
$19,788. Call Garber Automall
at 264-2442
2003 Chevy Trailblazer LTZ,
mnfr loaded, $17,400. Call Gor-
don Chevrolet at 272-2200
2005 Chevy Trailblazer, cc, pl,
pm, pw, cd, $20,400. Call Gor-
don Chevrolet at 272-2200
2002 Chrysler Concorde LXI,
loaded, mint cond, must see
$11,495. Call Frank Griffin at
269-1033
2005 Chrysler Town & Coun-
try LX, dual ac, quad seating, key-
less entry, $18,995. Call Frank
Griffin at 269-1033
2005 Chrysler Town & Coun-
try, pw, pl, spoiler, dvd, $15,900.
Call Frank Griffin at 269-1033
2003 Chrysler Town & Coun-
try, $15,323. Call Garber Au-
tomall at 264-2442
2005 Chevy Town & Country,
$ 19,866. Call Garber Automall
at 264-2442


2003 Dodge Caravan, $13,689.
Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442
2005 Dodge Caravan, $17,823.
Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442-
2005 Dodge Dakota Club Cab
SLT, Black, 5k, V8, auto, toys
$20,495. Call Ray Carter Kia at
771-6078
2001 Dodge Dakota, 4 door, v6,
at, ac, tw, cc, cd, alloys, bedliner,
$9,995. Call National Motor-
cars at 908-8801
2005 Dodge Durango SLT, 2
WD, 16k miles, white, $19,900.'
Call Frank Griffin at 269-1033
1999 Dodge Durango, $9,134.
Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442
2005 Dodge Grand Caravan
SXT, quad seating, pw, pl, cd, dual
ac, $18,988. Call Frank Griffin at
269-1033
2005 Dodge Ram SLT Quad
Cab, loaded, 20" rims, pw, pi, tilt,
ac, $12,988. Call Frank Griffin at
269-1033


2002 Dodge Durango SLT, great fam-
ily SUV, ton of room, fresh tires, low
miles, $14,945. Call Ash' Tisdelle at
269-2603
1996 Dodge Ram Lariat 1500,
V8, like brand new, payments as
low as $59. Call Rightway Auto-
motive Credit at 284-0028
1998 Dodge Ram 1500, 2 door,
v8, at, ac, pw, pl, tw, cc, cd, alloys,
$6,595. Call National Motor-
cars at 908-8801
2005 Dodge Ram 1500, 2 wd,
quad cab, 25k miles, $18,998. Call
Frank Griffin at 269-1033
2002 Ford Econoline 350,
$16,182. Call Garber Automall
at 264-2442
2003 Ford Expedition,
$19,874. Call Garber Automall
at 264-2442
2003 Ford Expedition,
$20,854. Call Garber Automall
at 264-2442
2005 Ford Expedition,
$23,187. Call Garber Automall
at 264-2442
2003 Ford Explorer Sport
Track, pw. p, pm, cd, 2wd,


$15,900. Call Gordon Chevrolet
at 272-2200
2005 Ford Explorer, $21,988.
Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442
2005 Ford F150 Crew Cab,
$21,984. Call Garber Automall
at 264-2442





2002 Ford Sport Trac, at, ac, pw, pl,
tilt, cc, cass, cd, alloys,-bedliner,
$I 1,982. Call Mike Shad Nissan of
Orange Park at 1-877-208-6635
2003 Ford F250 4x4, $22,599.
Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442
2003 Ford F250, $27,889. Call
Garber Automall at 264-2442
2002 Ford F250 diesel, power
equipment, $19,900. Call Frank
Griffin at 269-1033
2000 Ford F250 diesel XL, 5
speed, ac, 50k miles, $13,900.
Call Frank Griffin at 269-1033
2003 Ford Ranger, $14,256.
Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442
1998 Ford Windstar Van, 4
door, v6, ac, at, pw, pl, tw, cc, cd,
$5,595. Call National Motor-
cars at 908-8801'
2005 GMC Canyon, $18,592.
Call Garber Automall at 264-
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2002 GMC Envoy, at, ac, pw, pl,
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type stabilizer bar and gas-charged,
self-leveling shock absorbers.
Inside the cabin, the driver enjoys
SUV-like command-of-road seating,
while passengers experience plenty
of leg, hip and head room in each
row. Chrysler-specific steering wheel
controls use both sides of the steer-
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January 5, 2006
controls for ease of use. All
Pacificas are equipped with
electrolucent displays, easy
to use controls and wide
entry/exit access.
Touring and limited mod-
els feature three row 2+2+2
six-passenger seating, while
the entry-level model fea-
tures two row, five-passenger
seating. As befitting a
Chrysler-brand vehicle, the
Pacifica is loaded to the gills
with creature comforts to sur- j '.
prise and delight driver and
passengers alike.
.For versatility, second and
third row seats conveniently
fold flat. A continuous, full- i :
length center console features
first and second row dual cup
holders, storage area and ad-
justable air outlets.

Quick vehicle stats
Wheelbase: 116.3; overall
length: 198.9; width: 79.3;
height: 66.5 measurements
in inches.
Engine: 3.5L V6 -- 250 hp at
6,400 rpm and 250 lbs-ft of tortiqu at
4,000 rpm.
Transmission: Four-speed automatic
transaxle with AutoStick.
EPA fuel economy: 17 city/23 hwy.,
(FWD); 17 city/22 hwy., (AWD).
Cargo capacity: 92.2 cu. ft.


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Pa load capaici[t: 1.166 ll.i. ilmmi:lntiiz. ToI:,uing iadlds gai ge door
Towing capacity: 3,500 lbs. opener. Limited adds power adjustable
pedals, fog lamps, automatic headlamp
Safety features control, rear parking sensors, front and
Dual front airbags, battery saver, four rear side-impact airbags and tire
wheel disc brakes with anti-lock, remote pressure monitor.
keyless entry, security alarm and engine Optional safety equipment includes


Section C-7
S high intensity headlamps (HID),
low-speed traction control, nav-
igation system and full-sized
spare tire.

Warranty
Basic: 3-year/36,000 mile,
bumper-to-bumper.
Corrosion: 5-year/unlimited.
Roadside assistance: 3-
year/36,000 mile, 24-hour.

SPricing
The base Manufacturer's
Suggested Retail Price (MSRP)
for the 2006 Chrysler Pacifica
wagon starts from $25,165 for
the base FWD model up to
$36,685 for the Limited. Desti-
nation charges add $730.

As tested

2006 Chrysler Pacifica
wagon
Exterior color: Linen Gold
Pearlcoat
Interior color: Light Taupe
Tire make/model: BF
Goodrich Traction T/A
Tue size: P235/65R17

Base price $25,165
Destination charges$ 730
Special exterior paint $150

Total as tested $26,045







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January 5, 2006


CRUISING' CLAY COUNTY
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A daytrip into history awaits in Brooksville


By Lydia Filzen, Correspondent

BROOKSVILLE -- Every January, the
Florida west coast above Tampa hosts an
annual living history event commemo-
rating an 1864 Civil War incident. This
year's Brooksville Raid will be heldJan 20-
22 at the Sand Hill Boy Scout Reservation.
Sponsored by the Hernando Histori-
cal Museum Association and the North
Pinellas County Scout Sertoma Club,
the event is one of the largest Civil War
reenactments held in Florida.
According toJan Knowles, president
of the-historical museum, about 2,000
living historians camped among the
fields of the reservation at last year's
event. Thousands of spectators from the
heavily populated surrounding areas
enjoyed the program, which included a
period baseball game, medical demon-
strations, a Saturday night ball, and Sat-
urday and Sunday afternoon battle
reenactments.
This year's event will feature authen-
tic campsites populated by uniformed
soldiers in blue and in gray. During the
daytime the camps will be open to spec-
tators w ho can mingle with the re-enac-
tors. Of course a respectful distance will
separate the opposing camps, saving the
conflict for the battles. "Sutlers" will pro-
vide period-appropriate clothing,
weaponry, food and books for sale.
Florida is not the first state to pop to
mind when the Civil War is mentioned.
However, the state was strongly seces-
sionist, the third to secede from the


Members of First Clay Artillery will travel from Green Cove Springs to participate in the .:...:.1: 11 Raid. Shown are, from left, Bill Dean, John Lee, Tommy
Spradlev and Dean Travlor.


The Union actively recruited freed slaves in Florida to tight against their former masters.


Union and made a proportionately
large commitment in manpower to the
Confederate military.
Although sparsely populated and
lightly defended by the Confederacy,
Florida was important to the South's war
effort.Just as in modern times, the sub-
tropical state produced critically need-
ed supplies, such as salt extracted from
seawater, cane sugar, scurvy preventing
citrus fruit, a wide range of other pro-
duce, and cattle. As the war ground on,
the Union army made a policy of trying
to break up the production and trans-
portation of commodities from Florida
to the rest of the Confederacy.
InJuly of 1964, the Union sent four
ships carrying troops and horses from
Ft. Myers north up the Gulf coast to fer-
tile Hernando County, above Tampa
Bay. The ships passed Anclote Key and
unloaded the ships near Bayport.
A force of 240 men from the 2nd
SFlorid Ca ialir'(Uiiib ) aid thie 2nd


U. S. Colored Infantry disembarked
from the ships. The Confederate
home guards stationed nearby, seeing
that they were seriously outnumbered
and outgunned, fled inland and
spread the alarm.
Although the state was largely Con-
federate in sentiment, many residents
maintained their allegiance to the
Union. Some of the Union men, both
black and white, were natives of the
area and familiar with the terrain. They
raided their Secessionist neighbors,
burning and plundering a swath six
miles wide. They confiscated food-
stuffs, cotton, livestock, and took pris-
oners as they headed north along the
path of the Anclote River toward Con-
federate-held Brooksville.
The Confederates consisted of a few
old men, boys, and members of the Cow
Cavalry, who were regular army men
SBROOKSVILLE continued on pageC-11




















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Q. I drive a 1996 Saab. My mechanic
says to fill the gas tank with good gas of
the highest octane available. To him
good gas is Shell, Amoco and BP Bad gas
is Super America, Gas N Splash,
Marathon, etc. My car calls for 87-octane
or higher. I have been burning BP's 90 or
92-octane. The 90-octane seems to give
better mileage. Are BP and others better
than Super America? -- S.S., e-mail.
A: Your car will show which brand of
gas is best for it. Quality of gasoline is a
hot topic. It varies from day to day and
from gas station to gas station. One day
gasoline at one station is excellent and
the next day the gas from the same dis-
penser may not be as good. The supply
can change at the refinery, at the distri-
bution point, in the delivery truck or
even in the gasoline station storage
tanks.
Usually all the gas from one area
comes from the same pipeline. The
pipelines transport a variety of products
such as crude oil, antifreeze and gaso-
line. One hour it might have antifreeze
flowing through it and a couple hours
later it may contain gasoline. Gasoline is
sent via the pipeline to a distribution
point where tanker trucks take on a load
to deliver it to a gas station. Then a truck
pulls up to a dispenser where a special
brew of additives is added to the gaso-
line to distinguish it from other brands.
The additives really are what make the
gasoline different and not the actual
gasoline.
To help decide which gas is best, keep
a fuel economy log. I like to call it a fuel
consumption ilog because ehere4s no


such thing as fuel economy these days.
This is to determine how much fuel a
car is burning, How efficiently the car
burns the fuel it is fed is a great way to
determine which gasoline to purchase.
However, one important thing to re-
member is if the carmaker recommends
a certain octane gas such as 87, burn 87-
octane. The car is designed to run effi-
ciently on the octane gasoline the
carmaker recommends so purchasing
92-octane can be a big waste of money.
For the car to tell which gas it likes
best, make sure it is in top shape. Fresh
clean engine oil, clean air filter, proper-
ly inflated tires and a well tuned engine
are necessary. With the car in good
order,jot down the mileage in a log and
fill the gas tank with the factory recom-
mended octane. Do this with at least
three tanks of gas from the same gas sta-
tion. Travel normally to do errands, go
to sporting events, employment and
weekend trips. When the tank is low, fill
it andjot down the miles driven since the
last fill-up.
To determine fuel consumption, di-
vide the number of miles traveled by the
number of gallons of gas that filled the
tank. Do this with each tank of gas and
with each brand of gas purchased. After
trying the gas from three or so gas sta-
tions, compare fuel consumption of all
three brands. The gasoline that offers
the best fuel economy or least con-
sumption is the brand of gasoline to
purchase.
Also, owners know better than any-
one else how their car performs so they
should pay.attention to changes in per-
formance from one brand of gas to an-
other. It might be that with each tank of
gasoline the, ca pierfqrms better-and .


uses less fuel or it might be that with\
each tank performance drops and fuel
consumption is higher..Depending on
the results, decide which gasoline is best.
Q: Three years ago I purchased a 1998
Toyota Corolla with 5,000 miles. It now
has 33,000 miles on it. The air condition-
er and weather strips have started emit-
ting a moldy odor. Also, the brakes make
loud squealing sounds when the weath-
er is humid.. What can I do about these
problems? -- C.D., e-mail.
A: The trouble with the air condi-
tioner might be the result of mold grow-
ing in the heater core. A chemical
treatment using factory recommended
chemicals and procedures might stop
the odor and cure the cause. If not, it
might be necessary to replace the heater
core.
Also, consider applying a thin layer
of automotive grade silicone to the
weather strips. This will help curb the
odor and help prolong the life of the
weather strips. If this does not work, it
might be necessary to spend hundreds
of dollars to replace all the strips.
As for the brakes, squeaks are com-
mon; Since the car was not driven much
before your purchase, it is likely that the
brakes did not receive a proper break-in.
To cure the trouble might mean replac-
ing the brakes.
Q: The transmission shift lever in my
1997 Buick LeSabre with an automatic
transmission often will'not move from
'park' to 'drive'. The first time trip to a car
dealer was a bust. They found nothing
wrong.
The second time the problem oc-
curred right in the reception area when
a dealer mechanic tried to drive the car
so he saw wha:u was iappening..A wi:'li.' .


nician replaced a shift actuator and
shifter bowl. The transmission shifted
without a problem until the next day
when the problem resurfaced. Can this
be corrected? -- VZ., e-mail.
A: Sure it can be corrected. Since a
technician replaced the shift bowl and
actuator; it is possible that the shift cable
has a fault or perhaps there is a fault in
the brake switch at the brake pedal. It is
also possible there is a malfunction in
the shift valve in the transmission but
before a tech niciian teai s into the trans-
mission he should consider checking
the cable and switch.
Since rills problem sec- ii to occur
during initial usI t. thIe big inning of
the day, consider leaving' -he t.a, at a I e-
pair shop the night before a scheduled
appointment so a technician can expe-
rience the trouble first thing in the
morning. This will aid in diagnosing the
problem, which hopefully will lead to a
quick and lasting repair.
Q: The rear lift gate on my 1998 Lin-
coln Navigator will not unlock. Is there
a way to get to the lock from the license
plate? If so, how? -- B., e-mail.
A: To remove the actuator assembly
that unlocks the latch, remove the lift
gate interior trim panel. It is possible to
get to the latch from the license plate
but sheet metal would need to be cut.
That is not a good idea as it would prob-
ably cost a $1,000 to repair the damage.
Disconnect the negative battery
cable. Remove the interior trim. Drill
out the retaining rivets that secure the
actuator. Remove the actuator rod to the
latch. Disconnect the wiring. Remove
the actuator and install a new one if this
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BROOKSVILLE from page C-8

assigned to the region to gather cattle and
drive them to the railhead at Live Oak.
Despite the chaos, the defenders made
a stand and the clash resulted in five Con-
federates and three Union men killed.
The Federals reversed course, plunder-
.s a5 is K-7-a -S,' .-


ing plantations along the way. Eventually
they retreated to their boats and steamed
back to Ft. Myers with their boot)'.
The Sand Hill Scout Reservation is
located on State Road 50. To find the
site, drive west on Highway 16 to Starke.
At 301, go south.Just before Ocala, take
County Road 326 right and it will inter-








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sect with 1-75. Go south on 1-75 toward
Tampa. Take the S. R. 50 exit to the right
and continue west for about 25 miles.
Signs will designate the reenactment
site on the left.
Less warlike attractions are avail-
able in the area as well. Hernando
County is located on the Gulf coast,
and beaches are close at hand. For


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A re-enactfr portraying a Union cavalryman participates in a previous Brooksville Raid re-enactment.


Members of First Clay Artillery will travel from Green Cove Springs to participate in the Brooksville Raid.
Shown are, from left, Bill Dean, John Lee, Tommy Spradley and Dean Traylor.


Name: Brooksville Raid
Why visit here: Take the kids for a
living history lesson. While in the
area, you can visit the nearby Gulf
beaches and attractions.
Best family spot: Weeki Wachee
Springs offers animal and mermaid
shows scuba diving boating, and
other water-related activities.
Places to eat: The area offers a
variety' of restaurants both chain
and locally,' olned.
Places to sta-,: Mdotel accomnimoda-
Tioni are plitifu.l both along 1-75
arid in the Spring Hill WVeel.i-
\V ar..-_-. area ear the ccasi:
Places to pla',: Einlo, beaches.
clear ..atr- spri. i:rgs n.in ',' parl.S
..'Ith at[Lire tr illiS anI golf courses.
Directions: Take 1-75 soLith fromir
Ocala toward Tampa. At State
Road 50. take a right, or vvest.
Continue on SR 50 as it forks to
the left for about 20 miles. The
reenactment is well marked on
the left.
Contact information: For informa-
tion about the Civil War reenact-
ment, contact Brooksville Raid,
352-799-0129 or http:,,,www.her-
nandoheritagemuseum.comni/Raid.ht
il. For a listing of other Civil War
reenactments in the state, log onto
www.floridareenactorsonline.com.
For complete information about
area attractions and accommoda-
tions, contact Hernando County
Tourist Development at (352)
754-4405 or http:.,'www.co.her-
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those who enjoy water parks, Weeki
Wachee Springs is a few miles west of
the reenactment location. Nature
Coast Botanical Gardens, located at
nearby Spring Hill, offers:tours of var-
ious botanical venues. A short drive
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DR. GIZMO from page C-9
is what failed. Good luck with the repair!
Q: Three years ago I purchased a 1998
Lincoln Town car with 45,000 miles. I am
very disappointed in the ride. My other
car is a Buick Park Avenue and I am very
satisfied with the way it rides.
I took my Lincoln to my dealer and
described the ride as traveling in a lum-
ber wagon. They said the ride is sup-
posed to be sporty. Not satisfied with
the response I went to two more repair
shops where technicians could not
offer an explanation as to why my car
rides so rough.
It is my understanding that the rear
suspension has air bags. Can these wear
out and cause a rough ride? Am I ex-
pecting too much from my Lincoln? --
K.S., e-mail.
A: The ride of the Park Avenue is
squishy compared to the Lincoln's firm
ride. Yes, the rear suspension of the Lin-
coln does have air bags and they do wear
out. When this happens they do not hold
air. Then the rear of the vehicle sags
down. This can cause a rough ride, so
have the air bags inspected.
If the air bags no longer hold air,
many shops modify the suspension. The
air bags are removed and shock ab-
sorbers and new springs are installed in-
stead.This modification iu11i p!ioduice
betterridei:qualir~.
Cni-id:r taking the car to a repair
shop and ask if a kit is available for this
model car. Also, ask what changes inride
will occur to make sure it will be more
suitable before spending big bucks on
modifications.
Phil Arendt is a columnist, consultant
and A.S.E. Certified Master Technician.
Readers may send questions to Dr.
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at 272-2200
2002 Mazda Tribute ES, 4
door, v6, at, ac, pw, pi, tw, cc, cass,
cd, leather, alloys, $1 1,995. Call
National Motorcars at 908-8801
2001 Mercury Sable, 4 door, v6,
at, ac, ps, pw, pl, tw, cc, cd, leather,
alloys,, $9,595. Call National
Motorcars at 908-8801
2000 Mercury Sable LS, 4 door,
v6, at, ac, ps, pw, pl, tw, cc, cd,
leather, alloys, $8,995. Call Na-
tional Motorcars at 908-8801
2005 Mercury Mariner 4x4, cc,
pl, pm, pw, auto, 2k, $20,400. Call
Gordon Chevrolet at 272-2200
2003 Nissan Frontier SE, at, ac,
pw, pl, cc, tilt, cd, $16,381. Call
Mike Shad Nissan of Orange
Park at 1-877-208-6635
2003 Nissan Murano, at, ac, pw,
pl, tilt, cc, cass, cd, alloys, $ 19,881.
Call Mike Shad Nissan of Or-
ange Park at 1-877-208-6635
1999 Nissan Pathfinder, at,ac,
pw, pl, tilt, cc, cass, cd, alloys,
$9,982. Call Mike Shad Nissan
of Orange Park at 1-877-208-
6635
2001 Nissan Pathfinder, at, ac,
pw, pl, tilt, cc, alloys, cd, cass,
$14,88 1. Call Mike Shad Nissan
of Orange Park at 1-877-208-
6635


2001 Nissan Xterra, v6, ac, cd,
alloys, $9,682. Call Mike Shad
Nissan of Orange Park at 1-877-
208-6635
2001 Nissan Xterra, ac, cd, al-
loys, $9,982. Call Mike Shad
Nissan of Orange Park at 1-877-
208-6635
2002 Nissan Xterra 2 WD,
loaded, 57k miles, $12,495. Call
Frank Griffin at 269-1033
2001 Pontiac Aztec, black,
sharp, payments as low as $59.
Call Rightway Automotive Cred-
it at 284-0028
2003 Toyota 4 Runner, v6, ac,
at, pw, pi, cc, leather cd, alloys,
$ 18,88 I. Call Mike Shad Nissan
of Orange Park at 1-877-208-
6635
2002 Toyota Tacomma, at, ac,
pw,pl, tilt, cc, cass, cd, alloys, bed-
liner, $15,983. Call Mike Shad
Nissan of Orange Park at 1-877-
208-6635
2004 Toyota Tundra LTD, 4dr,
pw, pl, pm, auto, $22,900. Call
Gordon Chevrolet at 272-2200
2005 Toyota Tundra SR5, rcab,
cc, auto. $17,900. Call Gordon
Chevrolet at 272-2200
2002 Volkswagen Eurovan
GLS, certified, low miles, dvd
player, $19,165. Call Ash Tisdelle
at 269-2603
2004 Volkswagen Touareg, V6,
beige with beige leather, sunroof,
stout off roader, $30,475. Call
Ash Tisdelle at 269-2603


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