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Title: Clay today
Alternate Title: Today
Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 36 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Clay Today
Place of Publication: Orange Park FL
Creation Date: February 9, 2006
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Bus driver

had alcohol

in system
Special to Clay Today
GREEN COVE SPRINGS- Tests confirm
a now former Clay County school bus
driver had alcohol in her system when
she was stopped while driving her Clay
Hill Elementary route in January, School
officials said.
Jackolyn Drury had a blood-alcohol
level of .061 when she was first tested at 3:27
p.m. dn FridayJan. 13, and a.044 when test-
ed about 15 minutes later, said Darlene
Mahla, school board spokesperson.
Both test results are above the state's
legal limit of .04 for individuals operat-
ing under a commercial driver's license.
The school system has a zero-tolerancy
POLICE BRIEFS continued on pageA-28


7 31544 601001


STAFF PHOTO BY GREG WALSH
Tim Smith of Orange Park stands next to the demolished remains of his pickup
vi'tck now sitting at a Middleburg towing service. Police say Smith followed a man
who stole his truck and tackled him when he tried to run.

Orange Park man chases,

captures thief who took his truck


By Greg Walsh, Managing Editor
gualsh@jcpgroup.com
ORANGE PARK - Tim Smith says he's
learned a valuable lesson from chasing
and later capturing the man who po-
lice say stole his vehicle Saturday, Feb. 6.
"I'm never going to leave my keys in
my truck again," Smith said with a laugh.
What started out as a routine work-
day ended up Smith's truck demol-
ished, another family vehicle heavily
damaged and an Orange Park man in


jail on grand theft charges.
But not before Smith, a self-em-
ployed landscape contractor, wrestled
the alleged thief to the ground and
held him there until police officers ar-
rived and took the man into custody.
Kenneth A. McDougal, 20, of Or-
ange Park is charged with'grand theft
auto, leaving the scene of an accident
with property damage and reckless
driving, the report says.
STOLEN TRUCK continued on page A-31


CRC to ask

voters if two

commission

seats needed
Clay Today staff
ORANGE PARK - Should Clay County
add two Board of County Commission
(BCC) seats that would be elected at-large?
That question will likely appear on the
November ballot.
Meeting-Thursday, Feb. 2, the 15-mem-
ber commission voted unanimously to ap-
prove the question. Commission Chairman
Travis Cumming said he's heard positive
comments about adding two at-large seats,
especially after voters in 2004 approved a
change that elects commissioners from sin-
gle-member districts instead of at-large.
He said the only criticism he's heard
about the proposal is the additional cost of
having two commissioners, initially about
$200,000.
"But the cost is not as important as the
value to the county," he said.
Commission member Ralph Puck-
haber said he felt it's time for the proposal
to go before the voters.
"Most people think we need it," he said.
Another commission member, Roy
Lyons, said Clay County's form of govern-
ment was created in the 1950s.
"We have grown, our county has grown
to the point where we need this," he said.
CHARTER continued on pageA-31


State grant

derails PAL

center plan

By Greg Walsh, Managing Editor
galssh@jcpgroiup.com
GREEN COVESPRINGS-Thedisappoint-
ment injudy Van Zant's eyes was evident.
She had just heard Clay County offi-
cials say the Lake Asbury park named
after her late husband, Ronnie Van Zant,
who founded the rock band Lynryd
Skynyrd, could not be used for a new Po-
lice Activities League facility.
"Yes I am," she said when asked if she
was surprised.
She wasn't the only one.
PAL officials, including Executive Di-
rector Sgt. Darin Lee, said he didn't know
until late last week of any issues with put-
ting a sports facility there.
But county Parks Director Tom Price


PAL continued on page A-31


FEBRUARY 9-FEBRUARY 15, 2006 EDITION It Pays To Know Your Community 50t Section A of three sections * VOL. 36 NO. 6

SPORTS
Eagle Scouts Two Clay soccer teams

j earn honors
Pagearn2 & 4 1 , play their way to state
* Page A-12 & 13 " Story, Page B-1


STAFF PHOTO BY TRISHA CORMENY
'Get out, no way?'
W.E. Cherry Elementary teacher Lindsay Henderson covers her mouth in shock
after School Superintendent David Owens calls her name as the 2006-07 Teacher
of the Year. See complete story on A-14.


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Section A-2 CLAYTODAY.BIZ February 9, 2006


City to investigate paying


for sewer backup damages

By Bob Henderson, Staff claim. The insurance has the right and
bhenderson@fjctigroiom the obligation to defend us. There is
nothing you can do to the insurance
GREEN COVE SPRINGS - Three times company; you have no right to sue. You
in 2004, the city's sanitary sewer backed are in no position -to do anything and
up in the 1000 block of St.Johns Avenue. have no legal recourse."
On one of these occasions a guesthouse Arnold said that he was in no way
on the property of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Free- faulting the city manager and added that
man was severely damaged, he should be commended for his aggres-
At its regular meeting Tuesday, Feb. 7, siveness in trying to protect the city.
the City Council reviewed the history of The council discussed the situation at
these events and the City's attempts to set- length and concluded on a five-pronged
tie a claim with its insurance carrier, St. approach.
Paul Travelers. What is the safest way to hook up a sys-
When the Freeman guesthouse was tem where the house is lower than the
flooded, Green Cove Springs City Man- nearby catch basin?
ager Don Bowles ordered immediate ac- Contract with an independent adjus-
tion to limit the damage and prevent tor to determine the remainder of the
proliferation of mold. City's liability.
The City hired Process Master to re- Seek the council of the City's auditor
move all damaged contents and walls, as to whether the City may make a direct
cabinets and doors that were damaged as payment to the damaged citizen.
well as decontaminating the house and Develop a policy as to how to handle
any furniture that could be salvaged, these situations in the future.
Cost to the City was $7,271. Bring all of the above back to the
In August 2004, a claim was submitted Council for action.
to St. Paul. The claim was denied on the In other business, the City Council:
premise that the City was not at fault since Adopted a resolution calling for a
aliftstation that serviced the area had been southerly route for the proposed beltway
repaired only two days before the event. and a river crossing in the vicinity of
Several attempts were made to get St. Shands Bridge;
Paul to change its decision, but all were Adopted a resolution opposing adop-
denied. tion of U. S. Senate Bill 1504, the Broad-
In addition, St. Paul took the position band and Consumer Choice Act, which
that, because the city had paid for dam- would eliminate local franchising and
age control, it had settled the claim itself local control of cable television. In addi-
and the insurance company had no fur- tion it would eliminate cable television'
their responsibility, obligation to provide services to schools
At Tuesday's meeting Bowles asked and governments;
City Attorney Jim Arnold if the city Heard the first readings of two an-
could take legal action against St. Paul. nexation ordinances;


Arnold replied that, "... we have no
right to defend ourselves or to adjust a


GCS continued on pageA-9


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the nation buried Coretta Scott King. It
was a funeral attended by, among others,
four Presidents. Across the nation flags
were lowered to half-staff.Before her fu-
neral, she lay in state in Georgia's capitol.
Thousands who couldn't attend the fu-
neral watched it on television.
We've come so far.
When Mrs. King was born, Black peo-
ple were consigned to the back of the
bus. They lived in "their own" neighbor-
hoods and went to "their own" schools. A
Black person could not eat with one of
paler complexion. Black people could
not use "White" restrooms, drink from
"White" water fountains or attend
"White" colleges.
In a single lifetime all of that has
changed. Go back now and re-read the
first paragraph of this section.
Black people now occupy some of the
highest offices in our states and nation.
They live where they please, eat where
they please and send their kids to some
of the best schools.
There's still a way to go before the last
vestiges of racism are banished from our
nation, but we're getting there.
Congratulate yourselves, Americans,
it's a great achievement for a single gen-
eration.
THC pigeons have new home -
Kathryn Wills of the Thrasher-Home
Center for the Arts called the other day
to tell me that the pigeons that had taken
up residence over the box office have a
new home.
In case you don't remember, several
weeks ago a pair of pigeons showed up at
T-H one day and proceeded to bpild a
nest. Shortly thereafter, the neoi had
some little eggs in it but, alas, the fringe
winds that this area got from Wilma de-
stroyed nest and eggs. The bereft parents
built a new nest in a more protected area
and the T-H staff settled down to worry-
ing about them.
Wills said that a few days ago "a man,"
having read about the pigeons in one of
my columns, showed up to have a look.
It turns out that these are rather valu-
able birds; they are showbirds. These
fowl have been trained from the nest to
perform aerial acrobatics. The blue tag
one of them was wearing is a sign of the
bird's proficiency.
I suppose the birds took refuge at the


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Thrasher-Horne because they felt more
comfortable with the kindred spirits of
fellow performers.
Anyway, the two pigeons are billing
and cooing now in a new love nest and,
as Shakespeare would say, all's well that
ends well.
Not all reader response is upbeat -
You may recall that a few weeks ago I.
wrote a column about affordable hous-
ing. Reader response to that was mixed,
to say the least
The day the column ran, I came back
to the office after lunch and found a
rather lengthy message on my voice
mail. It was not at all complimentary.
The caller - unidentified of course -
started out all right. In rather civil terms
and a calm voice he expressed his dis-
agreement with my opinion. No prob-
lem there; he had a perfect right to
disagree with me and I was glad that I
had gotten his attention.
It wasn't long, however, before his voice
began to rise and civility fled the scene.
He suggested that I didn't know what I
was talkingaboutandaccused meof notre-
searchingbeforeIwroteit.This,heclaimed,
was typical of a "liberal newsman."
Some of the other terms he used were
not as agreeable nor were they printable
in a family newspaper.
Somewhere along the line he sug-
gested that I am a rich bleeding heart out
of touch with the common person. If he
could have proven the "rich" part, I
would gladly have pled guilty to the rest.
This terrible blow to my somewhat
lofty ego was ameliorated by two other re-
spohders, both of them complimentary.
Billie Lombardo, executive director
of the Clay County Habitat for Human-
ity, sent an email in which she said she
was happy to see the community waking
up to the need for affordable housing.
Habitat volunteer Phyllis Vancas
made a point of telling me in person that
she appreciated the column.
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Father wants late son's stolen sign back


Clay Today staff
ORANGE PARK -John Nelson is flat
mad.
Somebody has stolen a hand-carved
sign his late son built more than 30 years
ago and put in front of his 700 Nelson
Drive property.
"Some smart aleck came along and
took it to their house or put it up on their
property," said the 85-year-old Nelson.
"We want it back."
Sam Nelson was killed in 1980 while
assisting a motorist near St. Augustine.
He father said the family left the sign,
which says "Moon Rain Island," as a re-
minder of him.
"He just loved the place," said Nelson,
a 55-year Orange Park resident who lives
next door on the property that borders
Doctors Lake. "He felt like it was out of
this world and that's how he came up with
the moon part of it."
The 10-inch high, 12-foot long sign
had its letters painted black. The thieves
left the part of the sign that showed the
address.
Nelson has contacted the Orange Park
police about the theft.
No one had ever bothered the sign but
it had begun to tip over and needed to be
repaired, said Nelson. On the day when
family members were going to repair it,
someone stole it, he said.
"We were across the road cutting brush
and we decided we'd get to it (the sign)
after dinner," Nelson said. "But wlien we
came back it was gone."
Sam Nelson was a Vietnam veteran
and Eagle Scout. He was operating a
house remodeling business when he
was killed.
"He was a good boy," his father said.
Orange Park police officer AE. Nelson


STAFF PHOTO BY GREG WALSH
John Nelson stands at the spot where his
late son's sign was located until someone
stole it.
said John Nelson (no relation) was pretty
broken up by the theft.
"It has no monetary value. It's just a sen-
timental thing that he wants back," the of-
ficer said. "We've put the word out to our
department to keep an eye out for it."
Anyone with information about the
theft should call the Orange Park Police
Department at (904) 264-5555.

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Correction


Orange Park High School originat-
ed a male pageant program that it
called Mr. OPHS more than 20 years
ago. A story in the Jan. 26 edition in-
correctly stated that Ridgeview High
School had originated the male pag-
eant in Clay County.
-------------------------------------------
David Grindstaff was arrested for
violation of parole due to an armed
burglary conviction. Information in
the Jan. 26 edition's arrest column in-


correctly stated why he was arrested.
Clay Today regrets the errors.

Corrections policy
Clav Todav wa nuLS to correct errors
in articles it publishes. If vou find an
en or, please contact the editorial de-
partment at (90)4 26-4-321)0 or send an
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February 9, 2006


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Irony bubbles up at meeting


of Clay Charter Commission


Irony can be difficult to spot, some-
times taking years to reveal itself.
Other times, however, itjumps right up
in plain view and bops you on the nose,
screaming 'I'm here!'
The latter was definitely the case Thurs-
day, Feb. 2, at the Clay County Charter Re-
view Commission, a well-intentioned and
intelligent group of people who take their
roles very seriously.
The irony came bubbling up in the
meeting when the 15-member panel, which
is expected to recommend several substan-
tive changes to the county Home Rule
Charter, began discussing whether it might
be a good idea to hire an outside counsel.
The discussion came shortly before a
lengthy portion of the meeting involving
County Attorney Mark Scruby sharing
his concerns about one of the proposed
charter amendments. The amendment,
if approved by voters, would plainly spell
out limits County Commissioners could
operate within when dealing with coun-
ty employees.
Scruby, who appears to be equally well
intentioned, made what appeared to be
valid points about the amendment. Some
wording was incorrect, he felt.
He also jousted, ever so lightly, with a
few of the charter members over whether
the wording on the amendment was
tough enough. All stuff the body's coun-
sel should do.
The only problem is it shouldn't be
Scruby doing it.
Scruby could be the best constitutional
attorney in the nation but he still has a con-
flict of interest: He is employed by the Clay
County Commissioners, who have a clear
stake in what the Charter Amendment
Commission recommends. Scruby, to his
credit, encouraged the commission to con-
sider outside counsel.
I'm not implying Scruby intentionally
misled the commission. Everyone on the
commission seems to agree he's gone
above and beyond his duties, including
coming to the commission meetings at no
extra charge (sacrilege for an attorney!)


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and seems to have Clay County's best in-
terest at heart.
But even the appearance of a conflict is
a bad thing, especially in light of the illegal
dumping scandal that's gripped County
Commissioners for more than a year.
Charter Commission members need to
know legal recommendations they receive
are completely untainted. Clay County res-
idents also should feel 10( percent certain
the commission did its best to make fair
and impartial decisions resulting in un-
blemished ballot questions.
Several Florida attorneys, like Allen
Watts of Columbia County, are experts in
charter review commissions and could
walk any group through the many mine-
fields they have to avoid. Everyone agreed
having outside counsel was a good idea.
And, to the Clay County group's credit,
it recommended that outside counsel be
hired - when the next commission meets
in four years!
This time, Commission Chairman
Travis Cummings said, it was definitely too
late. The process was too far along - public
hearings on the commission's recom-
mended amendments begin next month -
and even Watts has indicated he wouldn't
want to join now, Cummings said.
Cummings pointed out at the Feb. 2
meeting that Watts made a presentation to
Clay's commission. But one visit, enlight-
ening as it might be, isn't enough.
There's no doubt everyone on the com-
mission realizes the gravity of their duties
and have the best intentions. Unfortunate-
ly, this well-intentioned group missed an
important opportunity and now will have
to see how Clay County voters respond.


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Does Clay County


need a second mall?


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Gordon Fair, 71, Orange Park:
"It would be a good idea. The way
the city has grown to the south it's
something that's needed."


Betty Gorsuch, 63,
Fleming Island:
"I don't think we need another
mall. I think It will bring to much
traffic. We have enough as Is."


Sherri Friduss, Heritage Hills, 41
"Yes, but in the part going out
towards Middleburg. Argyle's so
congested and nobody wants to
deal with the traffic."


Valerie Lindstrom, 63,
Lake Asbury:
"I'm all for it. All those houses
are going up over there and those
people need someplace to shop."


Dear Editor:
I am a member of the Pace Island
Homeowners' Association on Fleming Is-
land. Like most homeowners' associa-
tions, the association has an elected
Board of Directors (BOD) made up of
elected association members. I have re-
cently become alarmed at the blatant dis-
regard of association member rights by
the Pace Island BOD.


On Dec. 15,2005,1 Isubmitted a written
request to Pace Island Association to ob-
tain copies of official association finan-
cial records. I received a letter from the
association general manager (a paid em-
ployee) requesting that I set up an ap-
pointment to stop by the association
office to copy the requested records.


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PACE from page A-4

When I went to the office she handed
me a notebook containing financial re-
ports for the 2005 calendar year. I imme-
diately noticed that the financial report
for November was absent.
When I asked the general manager
why the report was not present, she stated
that the treasurer had not provided the
report. I then requested to make copies of
the employment contract for the position
of association general manager. She told
me that there was no employment con-
tract for the general manager position or
for any other employee of Pace Island
Association. This struck me as odd, since
the normal association yearly total for
salaries and wages exceeds $100,000. I
then amended my original letter re-
questing records to include lines of ver-
biage stating that the requested contracts
did not exist and the financial records for
November 2005 had not been provided
by the treasurer. I then asked the general
manager to sign the document with the
amended verbiage. She flatly refused.
The event at the general manager's of-
fice seemed extremely suspicious. My ap-
pointment date of Dec. 30, 2005, was
exactly 10 business days after I submitted
my written request for official records. Ac-
cording to state statute, if an association
does not provide official records within 10
business days.of receiving a written re-
quest, then the association is liable to pay
the requesting association member $50
per day in damages for up to 10 calendar
days after request. I wondered why the
general manager would allow the associa-
tion to assume this liability?
On Jan. 16 I attended the next BOD
meeting. Prior to the meeting being
called to order, I presented the BOD pres-
ident with a written request to add 3 items
to the agenda:
1) Association member rights to speak
during all association meetings
2) Association member access to offi-
cial records


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3) Legal obligation of BOD to disclose
official records
I also provided a copy of the state
Statute giving association members the
right to speak for a minimum 3 minutes
on each agenda item, provided that the
request is written and presented prior to
the meeting. The BOD president refused
to let me speak on these items. He became
very agitated, and instructed a BOD
member to call the Clay County Sheriff.
A deputy arrived and conferred with
the BOD members for several minutes.
The deputy stated that no criminal acts
had occurred (obviously), but that if I
"disrupted" the meeting again that I
could be cited for disturbing the peace.
The entire incident also was videotaped.
In order to prevent me from speaking for
9 minutes regarding my requested items, the
BOD president chose to call the sheriff and
delay the meeting for over an hour.
As equal shareholders in a not-for-
profit corporation, it is a homeowners' as-
sociation member's right to hold an
association BOD accountable for all fi-
nancial transactions and obligations.
The association members collectively
supervise the BOD. When a BOD, or asso-
ciation employee who handles associa-
tion funds, does not properly document
and report on those funds, the door
swings wide open for financial impropri-
eties to take place.
John Tarmas
jctarmas@comcast.net


Trott announces run for


Commission District 4


By James Trott,
District4Commission candidate

GREEN COVE SPRINGS - Another
Clay County resident is seeking to be-
come the Clay County Commissioner
representing District 4.
James G. '"Jim" Trott, currently a
Wilkinson Junior High teacher, de-
scribes himself as a veteran, teacher, cit-
izen and leader.
"My vision is for the development of
the entire community," Trott said.
"Homes, businesses, schools, fire/rescue,
police, sanitation, roads/bridges and en-
vironmental concerns, must all be con-
sidered with the growth, welfare, safety,
and future of the entire community.
"We must strive to live within our
budget and spend wisely for the future.
The need for a comprehensive county-
wide plan is apparent and we must all
cooperate to be successful."
. Trott's resume' includes military
service in two branches - U.S. Marine,
1968-1973 and U.S. Army, 1973-1994.
Other qualifications he cites are: first


James G. "Jim" Trott


sergeant retired U.S. Army Corps of
Engineers; military decorations include
Bronze Star, Meritorious Service Medal
and 22 other awards and decorations;

TROTT continued on pageA-7


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Garbage and traffic dominate Clay Hill meeting


By Debbie Israel Messer, Staff
disraehliiiesser@jcpgroup).com

CLAY HILL - Last year when the Clay Hill
Community Association (CHCA) met with
Sheriff Rick Beseler, Clay Hill residents
were upset about the level of litter and
garbage in their community and along the
roadsides and asked the sheriff to do some-
thing about the problems.
Much of the association meeting held
Monday, February 6, was devoted to the
same topic.
CHCA president Bill Garrison wel-
comed the audience to the Clay Hill Ele-
mentary cafeteria before starting a long
night of speakers from county depart-
ments, County Manager Fritz Behring and
a parade of candidates for the office of
commissioner
Four speakers from the county ad-
dressed concerns having to do with trash,
garbage, dumping and burning.
Tanya Rivers from county code en-
forcement gave the audience a complete
handout addressing burning, borrow pits,
land clearing, parking commercial vehi-
cles and junk vehicles.
Jamey Wilkes from environmental serv-
ices spoke about recycling and household
hazardous waste reminding everyone the
Rosemary Hill site can always take such waste.
Residents questioned Clay Count)' De-
tective Gary Winterstein who specializes in
environmental crimes such as illegal
dumping.
Winterstein told the crowd by law loads
being carried to the dump must be covered.
He said signs have been placed at every
ECC (Environmental Convenience Cen-
ters) stating the law and to remind anyone
transporting garbage that a load must be
securely covered.
He said he has spent time parked across
from ECC(s) awaiting those breaking the
law and then issuing tickets.
One resident asked if the practice of pil-
ing garbage into a hole in the backyard and
then burning it is legal to which Winter-
stein said no.


Clay Hill Community Association Director Rindetta Stewart questions Clay County De-
tective Gary Winterstein about ticketing of offenders who dump garbage illegally.


The burning of construction material is
permitted under a permit issued through
the county's agriculture department
Audience members questioned when a
felony versus a misdemeanor or civil in-
fraction is being committed.
Winterstein explained felonies are pri-
marily reserved for large amounts of ma-
terial being dumped, willful of repeated
violations and violations that involve haz-
ardous waste.
He said there are spots around the
county used regularly by commercial
haulers and others for illegal dumping.
He declined to name those locations
saying he waits for the offenders so he can
ticket them. He said that if the locations
were publicized offenders wouldjust move
to other locations in the county.
Residents heard from TaniaJolley from
environmental services about the advent
of universal garbage collection.
She said it should take care of much of
the litter and dumping of loads outside of
collection centers when they are closed.
She said she understood residents'
concern that when the center is full it


sometimes must close before the opera-
tional hours posted.
Local commissioner Glenn Lassiter
voted against universal collection when it
was approved June 28,2005 (a 3-2 vote).
Jolley said the 84 dollars paid by prop-
erty owners on their county property tax
bill is for disposal of the waste only, and
does not include a fee for collection.
County household waste is trucked to
Nassau County and construction and
other hazardous waste is hauled to St,
John's County.
The fee for collection will be estab-
lished once the county has gone out to bid
for the collection services.
Jolley said prior to imposition of a col-
lection fee, county commissioners would
hold public hearings to receive comments.


She said it would likely be the 2007/08
fiscal year before the fee is collected.
Universal collection prompted discus-
sion of the condition of the roads in the
community.
Audience members said many roads
couldn't handle emergency vehicles due to
their condition.
There was also confusion about the use
of county taxes to pay for the improvement
of county roads.
County Manager Fritz Behring who at-
tended as a speaker was clear." There is a state
law which prohibits me from using public
funds on private roads," said Behring.
Behring repeated what he has been
telling other community groups, that the
county needs to have an accurate, trans-
parent, budget.
He sees the budget as necessary to help
formulate a capital improvement plan
(CIP) that addresses not just new construc-
tion but provides for a maintenance sched-
ule for existing county owned roads.
With regard to new roads, Behring said
newly constructed roads need to meet
county standards.
"If roads are not well built then they be-
come a burden on the taxpayers, " said
Behring.
Behring said he expects the county's
new public works director, scheduled to
start Monday, February 13 to get involved
in the revised capital improvement plan.
President Bill Garrison noted that the
trips on CR218 per day now number more
than 15,000 per day a number that rivals
the traffic on College Drive.
The Clay Hill Community Association
regularly meets at the Clay Hill Baptist
Church on the first Monday of each month
at 7 p.m.


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Law enforcement officers Leo Tharp of the state Fish and Wildlife Division and
Deputy Chris Castelli, head of Clay County Sheriff's Office marine patrol, talk
with two Clay County boaters about marine sanitation devices (MSDs). Several
law enforcement agencies were part of a contingent that inspected boats earli-
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BDI announces

new medical

office complex
Special to Clay Today
ORANGE PARK - Orange Park Medical
Center and Brady Development. Inc.
(BDI) have announced the opening of
Orange Park Medical Plaza Four, a
17,000-square-foot medical office build-
ing located on the campus of Orange
Park Medical Center.
This $2.7 million project is a single-
story, multi-tenant medical office facility
in stucco over concrete block construction.
"Orange Park Medical Plaza Four is
the ideal facility for a busy medical spe-
cialist, particularly surgeons; it simply of-
fers the most efficiency when it comes to
running a busy medical practice," said
Robert Krieger, chief executive officer
at Orange Park Medical Center.
The new medical facility marks the
beginning of a new phase of develop-
ment and growth for the facility. BDI is
the first development company in Clay
County to offer long-term leases on cus-
tom designed medical suites.


TROTT from page A-5

bachelor of science in legal assisting;
and certified Economics teacher.
Trott has been married 38 years.
He and his wife have four children,
including 18-year-old son serving
in the U.S. Army in Baghdad, Iraq.
Trott cites his experience in plan-
ning, construction, engineering eco-
nomics and the law as his
qualifications.
"I also intend to use the 'com-
mon sense factor' in this office," he
said. "I want to be part of the devel-
opment of the county where I in-
tend to live and remain actively
involved. I want a community
where our children can raise their
children in safety and comfort."
He also says the county needs to
modernize the county school system.
"I want 'A' schools with modern
facilities (BCC does not deal direct-
ly with schools but should consider
them when approving building per-
mits). I want jobs for our citizens
and places for our families to go like
a YMCA and playgrounds. I want
safe roads that can handle the enor-
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engineering contracts


By Debbie Israel Messer, Staff
(disraelmc',i)ne "s')' iuhtown

ORANGE PARK - Orange Park has three
engineering fh'ms on board.
The council, at their meeting Tuesdav,
February 7 approved contracts for CGS
Consulting Engineers, Legacy Civil Engi-
neers and Stone,Joca and Mahoney.
CGS Engineering Services has provid-
ed the majority of the engineering serv-
ices since 1993.
Gordon Smith, principal for CGS,
thanked the council for the contract ap-
provals.
Completing a process that began last
fall when the council decided they want-
ed engineering projects to move faster,
the contracts don't specify which projects
the firms will pursue.
Instead, the contracts only provide for
a process by which the town may request
services from each of the firms.
The process will involve the issuance
of a "task order" to a firm, which outlines
the scope of a project, the time for per-
formance, and the compensation for
each order.
The engineering firms are not obli-
gated to take on a task nor is the town ob-
ligated to assign a particular task.
Council member Pete Morgan ques-
tioned Town Attorney Rob Bradley
about how routine activities would be
handled, such as site plan and planning
project reviews.
"It seems that to be efficient in the
daily review of projects it would be good
to have only one person doing the re-
views," said Morgan.
Morgan said it would be important to
keep one engineer on the projects to es-
tablish an engineer of record.
"I am not the one who will administer
these contracts," said Bradley who then
said Town Manager John Bowles would
administer the contracts.


Bradley agreed with Morgan that
maintaining consistency would be good
practice. He deferred any determination
of the particular engineer to Bowles, who
missed the meeting as he was in Wash-
ington D.C.
The contracts approved by the council
all have hourly rates attached. The rates
vary across the board with Stone,Joca
and Mahoney charging a principal rate


I OP MEETING contintied on pageA-11


CCSO dress down adds up


Special to Clay Today

GREEN COVE SPRINGS- The Clay
County), Sheriff's Office raised $1,500
for local charities just by changing its
Friday dress code.
Every Friday, CCSO employees pay
$1 and wear blue jeans (or other casual
cloths) to work for Dress Down Day.
In 2005, $1,500 was raised by the
Dress Down group, $500'of that went to
the Fraternal Order of Police over in
the Gulf Coast areas hit by Hurricane


Katrina, $500 to Angel Aid (serves ter-
minally ill children), and $500 to the
Safe Animal Shelter.
Sheriff Rick Beseler and his staff
presented checks to Angel Aid and
Safe Animal Shelter recently. The
money for the FOP for Hurricane Ka-
trina was given to CCSO Deputy Don
Sutherland back in December.
The CCSO Dress Down Day contin-
ues now into 2006 and the participants
will vote again at the end of the year
for new charities to receive the funds.


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Florida/IFAS, and the USDA Forest Service.


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meeting dates change
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in March. The council usually meets
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Park Avenue Heart & Vascular Center to open county's


only freestanding outpatient cardiac catheterization lab


Special to Clay Today
ORANGE PARK- Clay County ),
patients will no longer have to trav-
el toJacksonville for top-notch out-
patient heart care.
The heart and vascular physi-
cians of Diagnostic Cardiology As-
sociates, in partnership with St.
Vincent's, are now available at the
Park Avenue Heart & Vascular
Center in Orange Park.
The Center opens Feb. 9 and is
located at the St. Vincent's Health
Center, 2300 Park Ave.just south of
Kingsley Ave. in Orange Park.
"We're dedicated to the preven-
tion of heart attack, strokes and
sudden cardiac death. That is what
Park Avenue Heart & Vascular
Center is really all about," said Car-
diologist Carlos A. Leon, MD. Dr.
Leon is Medical Director of Park
Avenue Heart & Vascular Center. Cardi
The physicians and staff at Park hours
Avenue Heart & Vascular Center Feb.5
will offer a variety of outpatient di-
agnostic cardiovascular services, includ-
ing Diagnostic Cardiac Catheterizations,
Pre-op Cardiac Risk Assessment, Nuclear
Stress Testing, Echocardiograms, Carotid
Studies and other diagnostic studies.
"The nationally-recognized level of
heart care that we have been delivering at
St. Vincent's inJacksonville is now available
to the people of Clay County," Leon said.
"Opening the Park Avenue Heart & Vascu-
lar Center means easier access to cardiac
care that will improve the quality of lives in
Clay County and will help save lives."


biologist Carlos A. Leon discusses test results with a patient. He will begin holding office
s at St. Vincent's new medical facility, Park Avenue Heart & Vascular Center Thursday,
9.


The Park Avenue Heart & Vascular
Center combines the expertise of the
physicians of Diagnostic Cardiology As-
sociates with St. Vincent's cardiovascular
program, which was recently rated
among the Top 50 in the nation, accord-
ing to U.S.News & World Report maga-
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nation according toHealthGrades. Diag-
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information about DCA is available online
at www.parkavenueheart.com.
St. Vincent's is home to the largest car-
diovascular program between Atlanta
and Orlando and performs more than
20,000 cardiovascular procedures every
year. With mortality and complication
rates well below regional and national av-
erages, the quality of St. Vincent's Heart
& Vascular program is recognized by
U.S.News & World Report as among the
Top 50 in the nation.
HealthGrades 2006 ratings recognize
St. Vincent's with a 5-star rating for heart
surgery, coronary bypass surgery, treat-
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atrial fibrillation. In addition, Health-
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Carmarda opens

new offices
Special to Clay Today

ORANGE PARK - Camarda Financial
Advisors announced its plans to expand
by establishing a local presence in the
Amelia Island and Ponte Vedra markets.
A Camarda family affiliate has con-
tracted to purchase an office building at
166 AIA in Ponte Vedra for $1.25 million,
with occupancy expected mid-year.
Camarda Financial has also associat-
ed itself with David Gottlieb, a seasoned
financial services professional and resi-
dent of Amelia Island.
Gottlieb will begin servicing the Fer-
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Popular pastime becomes more affordable


By Lisa Dail, Correspondent
ORANGE PARK- If the number of scuba
diving stickers on Clay County cars are any
indication, more people are getting in-
volved in the underwater sport.
"Scuba diving is becoming more acces-
sible to more people due to the decrease in
the cost of the equipment," said Fred
Schultz, owner of the Scuba Shack. "The
old cycle of supply and demand is at work
within the scuba industry, the more rea-
sonably priced something is, the more de-
mand there is for it in an area."
Schultz become scuba certified in 2001
with his daughter and completed his in-
structor certification on early in Decem-
ber of 2005. The Schultzs decided to open
a scuba shop in the Orange Park area after
selling equipment online for four years.
Through scuba shops, divers can meet
others in the area and take trips to various
dive locations.
Since openings its doors on April 1, the
Scuba Shack has taken divers on trips to the
Bahamas, the Florida Keys, Ginnie Springs,
and in the tanks at Marineland in St. Au-
gustine.
"Diving out of the Jacksonville area is
reserved for more advanced divers since it
requires a person to dive between 60 to 110
feet," said Schultz.
The hurricanes of the past two years
have affected diving up and down the coast
by reducing visibility, said Schultz.
Joey Rodriguez, a master diver, agreed
that the past two hurricanes seasons have
had in impact in the local diving industry.


r .Schltz is constantly takin customs o dii tis a t, -.
Fred Schultz is constantly taking customers on diving trips around the .state.


"The hurricanes have caused the
wrecks in the ocean to shift locations, but
despite the moving, the wrecks still make
good diving," said Rodriguez.
Despite the new locations of the reefs,
there is still good spear fishing to be done
while diving off of the north Florida coast,
said Rodriguez.
Another reason for the rise in certified
scuba divers is due to the minimum age for
certification being changed to age 10 and
up to 35 feet, making diving something
families can do together, said Schultz.
According to Schultz scuba diving has
become a much safer hobby due to the in-
dustry policing itself and the increase in
technology of the equipment.


"All of the agencies that hand out scuba
certifications have the same minimum
standards for the certification process,"


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Some of the minimum standards for
certification require divers to have a sec-
ondary air source, dive with a buddy, and to
update the Doppler tables, which tell a
diver the time limit to stay per depth of
dive and amount of air supply.
In addition to industry guidelines for
divers, Schultz would also recommend that
divers take refresher courses to stay famil-
iar with safety precautions.
Nathan Thibodeauz became scuba cer-
tified in April of 2005. Thibodeauz has
been diving in the fresh water areas south
of Gainesville, mainly in Genie Springs
and Blue Grotto.
"I thought that scuba diving would be
interesting and a good opportunity to
meet people from the local area," said Thi-
bodeauz.
Clay County residents can find local
divers or learn about the sport by calling
the Scuba Shack at 298-1116 or visiting
Schultz at 795 Blanding Blvd.


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Special to Clay Today
ORANGE PARK - Orange Park Com-
munity Theater, 2900 Moody Road, will
offer three performances of No Time for
Termites, a Reader's Theater production
next weekend.
Reader's Theatre strives to emulate
the radio drama atmosphere with the ac-
tors reading from scripts. Minimal stage
setting and movement makes it possible
to produce a play in streamlined fashion.
The jaded detectives of The Forgotten
Precinct are back with more laughs and
fun. Robert Holland playsJim Bob and
Larry Filzen isJack.
Directed by Annabelle Howard and
Karla Hinton, this comedy will play Feb.
10-11 at 8p.m. and. Feb. 12 at 3 p.m. Tickets
will cost $5 for general admission.

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service area and
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utility.





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Hamilton bringing Opry sounds to Clay Co. church


By Trisha Cormeny, Staff
cormteny@ijcpgroup.rom

ORANGE PARK- The halls of
the Church of the Nazarene
will come alive Thursday, Feb.
16, when the International
Ambassador of Country
Music takes to the stage for a
free concert.
Grand Ole Opry artist
George Hamilton IV will
make a pit stop while touring
Northern Florida, says event
organizer Bill Hogg.
"For some reason in this
part of Florida, nobody knows
him that well," said Hogg, who
met Hamilton in England.
"I've known him fro about 15-
16 years. If you get the oppor-
tunity to come and hear him,
you should."
Hamilton, born in Winston-
Salem, N.C., didn't start out
with country aspirations. Tour-
ing with the likes of Buddy
Holly, Patsy Kline, Pat Boone
and the Everly Brothers,
Hamilton's career consists of 57 albums,
most of which made it to the top 10. Hits
such as "'A Rose and a Baby Ruth", "Before


ever International Festival of Country
Music at Wimbley, England, in 1969.
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YMCA kicks off 2005


'Share the Y' campaign


By Bob Henderson, Staff
bheniderson@jcpgroup.com

GREEN COVE SPRINGS - The YMCA
reaches out to its communities in many
ways. Clay County is servedby the Bob Dye
YMCA in Orange Park and the Barco
Newman YMCA on Fleming Island.
While the "Y" is a membership or-
ganization, it provides scholarships and
other assistance so that their services can
be made available to those who simply
cannot afford them. It relies on commu-
nity support to provide funds for the
scholarships.
On Thursday, Feb. 2, the two "Ys"
launched their 2005 "Share the Y" cam-
paign at a reception aboard theJP II
docked at Reynolds Yacht Center in
Green Cove Springs.
Featured speaker for the event was
Helen Hammond who, as she said, has
experienced Share the Y from both sides.
A year ago Hammond began a battle
with cancer - a battle that she eventually
won. Unable to continue working, she
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Literacy Coalition honors tutors, students at annual meeting


By Lydia Filzen, Correspondent

ORANGE PARK - The Clay
County Literacy Coalition met
Jan. 31 at the Orange Park Library
for its sixth annual awards dinner.
Attending were tutors and
their students, most of whom are
recent immigrants to the United
States.
"We train potential tutors to
teach English as a second language
and to teach people how to read,
write and speak English," Tutor
Coordinator Mary de Kunffy said.
"We match tutors and students to
work together for an hour or so
once or twice a week. A majority of
our students are foreign."
Founded 11 years ago, the or-
ganization trains tutors who vol-
unteer to teach English to adults.
According to de Kunffy, CCLC is
a non-profit organization funded
by grants from such businesses as Clay C
WalMart, Target and Reinhold stands
Corporation. banqu
Speaker Steven Richardson,
Legislative Assistant for State Sen.
Stephen R Wise, addressed the group, ex-
plaining Florida's legislative process. He
mentioned bills that Wise is working on,
including legislation for the assistance of


CORRESPONDENT PI
County Literacy Coalition Tutor of the Year M
s with her student, Fanta Cissokho, at the orgc
let Jan. 31.

disabled persons, education reform, and
the education of incarcerated juveniles
so they are better equipped for employ-
ment after serving their terms.
Coalition president Virginia Hash


then presented the
awards.
Student of the Year
LuzChona Callahan, a
native of.the Phillip-
ines, learned English
during a challenging
period of her life. She
was taking care of her
critically ill uncle and
other relatives besides
her own three chil-
dren. Her husband is
stationed with the
military in South Car-
olina. An inspiring
success and now flu-
ent in English, she
works at the NAS
Jacksonville BX and is
studying for her Unit-
ed States citizenship.
Tutor of the Year
HOTO BY LYDIA FILZEN Michelle Hord was
ichelle Hard, left, nominatedbystudent
anization's annual Fanta Cissokho. The
Senegal native moved
o to Orange Park when
her husband'sjob brought them here. In
advanced pregnancy and understanding
only a few words of English, Cissokho was
unprepared for life in the United States.
Hord began by taking her grocery


shopping as a learning tool then cooked
with her to help her understand recipe
directions and measurements. Hord also
helped her find necessary items for the
expected baby and in other ways helped
the newcomer adapt. Like Callahan, with
the help of her tutor, Cissokho has mas-
tered English well enough to function in
U. S. society.
Other honorees were: Volunteer of the
year Barbara Shipp; Business Partner of
the Year Pete Grey of Texas Roadhouse;
and Organizational Partner of the Year
Reinhold Foundation.
The Special Recognition awards went
to Gwen Sharp, whose efforts were in-
strumental in founding CCLC, and to
William Smith, Director of Adult Edu-
cation for Clay County, who has provid-
ed an office at Orange Park High School
for CCLC.
I According to President Virginia Hash,
during 2005 more than 100 volunteers
contributed more than 10,000 hours
teaching about 100 students.
All activity is coordinated by one part-
time worker. She said that the next tutor
class will be held Feb. 18 and 25. Materials
are furnished, and there is no charge.
For more information, contact the of-
fice at Room 17, Wing B, Orange Park
High School, or call 272-8154 or email
clayliteracy@aol.com.


OP MEETING from page A-7


of 135 per hour, CGS charging 110, and
Legacy charging 100.
Last month engineers from Stone,
Joca and Mahoney argued that their
principal would rarely be involved and
other engineers in the firm would be
used more frequently, lowering their
effective rate.
With the "task order" process, Bowles
will ask firms to provide fixed prices for
the work to be-complete with changes
in price accommodated through a
change order process.
In other business, council members
received the monthly update of the
Master Project Schedule from Smith.
The spring and summer in Orange
Park will be full of construction proj-
ects.
Smith said the town would be receiv-
ing bids for a number of projects on
Feb. 16, including roadwork on Clarke
Court, North River Road, Allen Mac
Court, and the Holly Leaf Turnaround.
There will also be a bid opening for
the Ash Street storm water baffle box.


The costs for those projects are ex-
pected to total close to a million dollars.
The following week, on Feb. 23, there
will be a bid opening for the realigning
of the intersection of Gano and DeBarry.
The work will include asphalt
paving, curbing, sidewalks, traffic con-
trol and an upgrade of the water main,
with an estimated cost in the range of
$650,000.
March will be another active month
with bids expected for road/water/
sewer/drainage work for Solomon
Street from Gano to Kingsley.
There will also be a bid for similar
work on Mound Street, north of Macin-
tosh Street.
Those two projects alone will total
more than $700,000.
Council member Bob Standifer said
he was concerned about the status of se-
curity personnel proposed as part of
the new ordinance allowing the con-
sumption of alcohol in parking lots.
Standifer said he had reviewed stan-
dards for such officers and would be
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New Eagles honored


By Bob Henderson, Staff
bhidenrson@jcpgroup.com

ORANGE PARK - Twenty-three new
Eagle Scouts were honored at the Black
Creek District Eagle Scout Recognition
Dinner Saturday, Feb. 4. The 24th annual
dinner was held in the Family Life Center
of Orange Park United Methodist Church.
The new Eagles, each of them achieved


their rantin 2005, are membersof a truly elite
group; only about two percent of the boys
that begin in Boy Scouts ever gain Scouting's
highest rank. Those that do frequently are
great successes in life. Among Eagles of high
achievement are astronauts, generals and
even one president, Gerald Ford.
As in past year's, the featured speaker
for the event was, himself, an Eagle.Jerry
LinderJr. achieved the flagship rank in


STAFF PHOTO BY BOB HENDERSON
Jerry Linder Jr., left, holds one of a pair of eagle bookends while MC Jeff Rose pulls
another from a bag. Linder's father, Dr. Jerry Linder Sr. made the presentation.


Alex McCord Troop 300


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Tim Sopolski Troop 217


Christopher Akel Troop 653


Andy McCord Troop 300


Justin Will Troop 300


Edward Scoggins Troop 25


1982 and was among the honorees at the
first Black Creek event.
Linder told his audience,'Achieving the
rank of Eagle requires character, persist-
ence, integrity and planning."
"I don't think there's a higher honor for
a young man than to earn the rank of
Eagle Scout," Linder said.
Linder reminisced about his own scout-
ing years. He thoroughly enjoyed his
monthly camping trips, summer camp and


Michael Forde Troop 482


Charles Butler Troop 300
Charles Butler Troop 300


mountain climbing.
But it was the Order of the Arrow week-
ends, he said, where he really learned how
to serve. It was on those weekends he
learned to cook, too.
Linder was part of the first summer
aquatics camp at Camp Echokotee and
later was named to the national aquatics
staff at Camp Hill, Va.
SCOUTS continued on page A-13


Brandon Smith Troop 361


Breton Radwanski Troop 650


Erich Pontow Troop 482


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SCOUTS from page A-12


He recalled his trip to Philmont Boy
Scout Ranch in New Mexico and climb to
the top of Mt. Baldy.
But, Linder said, "Some of the times in
Scouting were the opportunity to spend
time with my dad."
"Scouting," Linder said, "has turned
boys into men." He praised the dedication
of the leaders that work with these ybung
people.
Addressing the new Eagles directly, he
told them, "The Scout Law will help you
stay on the path that is so straight.
Remember your motto, 'Be prepared.'"
The rank of Eagle, Linder said, will re-
main with the young men throughout
their lives and open many doors for them.
"Yourjourney does not end tonight,"Lin-
der said, "it sets the course for the future."
Following is a list of the scouts receiving
Eagle badges and their projects:
*John Alexander McCord - landscap-
ing the front yard at ALCO House inJack-
sonville.
*James Andrew McCord - poured con-
crete slabs, constructed benches and land-
scaped around Charles E. Bennett
Elementary in Green Cove Springs and the
ALCO House.
* Edward Arthur Scoggins - construct-
ed and installed a computer cabinet for
Lighthouse Learning Center.
* Christopher Daniel Akel - designed
and constructed a prayer garden for the
Church of the Good Samaritan.


* Justin Andrew Will - restored the
Green Cove Springs community tennis
courts by removing mildew, repainting, in-
stalling nets and trimming vegetation.
* Timothy Brian Sopalski - developed
emergency egress plans for the Church of
Christ of Latter Day Saints Church.
* Brenton Michael Radwanski - de-
signed and installed an automatic irriga-
tion system and planted 14 pallets of sod at
the First Coast Methodist Church of Green
Cove Springs.
* Erich Wyan Pontow - constructed and
installed six benches at the outdoor chapel
of the Lake Asbury Retreat Center.
* Brandon Michael Smith - constructed
two overhangs and a picnic bench for the
Tanglewood Athletic Association.
* Timothy Drose Tyree - constructed
two bookshelves for classrooms at the Or-
ange Park Presbyterian Preschool.
* Charles Christian Lamar Butler - reju-
venated a basketball court in Green Cove
Springs.
* William Douglas Richards - Repaired
the nature trail at Charles E. Bennett Ele-
mentary School.
* Michael Norman Forde - constructed
and installed a double-sided information
kiosk on the future horse trail at Gold
Head State Park.
* Harlea Edward Wheeless - re-
mortared a brick walkway at Good Samar-
itan Episcopal Church and removed dead
trees near the parking lot.
*James Warren Baxley - cleaned the
grounds of the Clay County Fire/Rescue


William Richards Troop 482 Justin Soszynski Troop 418


Harlea Wheeless Troop 425


Ben Holmes Troop 33


Frank Schreffler Troop 577


Station 23 by clearing brush and replanti-
ng flowers.
* Mitchell Thomas Hiers - Built six
benches around a fire pit and installed a
water line to the fire pit for safety.
* Frank Schreffler - painted benches
for the Clay County Parks and Recreation
Department.
* Benjamin Charles Holmes - Installed
concrete and iron fire rings in two camp-
sites.
*Justin Thomas Soszynski -- replaced
signs on the main road and road leading to
Camp Immokalee for the YMCA.
* Michael Patrick Tanner - constructed
a mediation area at St. Margaret's Episcopal
Church, consisting of a 10-foot cross, altar
and two benches.
*Jacob Ammon Willis - poured a con-
crete slab and built an aluminum pavilion
for the YMCA.
* Paul Isaac Buchman - cleaned the en-
trance at YMCA's Camp Immokalee, in-
cluding removing an old planter and
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Paul Buchman Troop 217


Jacob Willis Troop 33


replacing it and trimming trees.
* Thomas Albert Brauer - restored and
painted fences and walls at Peoria Ceme-
tery Association.


Mitchell Hiers Troop 650


Michael Tanner Troop 650


Tommy Brauer Troop 20

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W.E. Cherry's Henderson is n'Teacher of the Year'


W.E. Cherry's Henderson is 'Teacher of the Year'


By Trisha Cormeny, Staff
Ico, menY�j@ijpgroiip.co/ i

FLEMING ISLAND-It was a night of jubi-
lation Tuesday, Feb. 7, as Superintendent
David Owens stepped to the Fleming Is-
land High podium to announce the 2007
Clay County Teacher of the Year.
W.E. Cherry Elementary teacher Lind-
say Henderson's hands covered her mouth
in surprise as Owens called her name while
her motherjumped out of her seat shout-
ing withjoy.
"I thought, 'Get out, no way," said Hen-
derson about her accomplishment. "It's so
awesome how God uses ordinary people."
But Henderson, says Owens, is not an or-
dinary person.
"It's wonderful. She's a great teacher,
there's no doubt about it," said Owens.
"She's very deserving."
The Title 1 coordinator for W.E. Cherry,
Henderson's profile is unique. According


to the program pamphlet, she initiated a
Parent Resource room, helped with the
School Improvement Plan and organized
FCAT nights.
"I believe teachers need to continually
improve themselves," said Henderson in
the brochure. "I also believe that a class-
room should be a nurturing, inviting envi-
ronment where children feel welcome."
But Henderson's trek in the spotlight
has been taken before. According to
Owens, she has sat in the finalist's seat and
heard motivational speeches in the past
but this is the first time she's taken home
the prize.
"There is no perfect method of choosing
the teacher of the year," said Neil G. Sanders,
Director of Instructional Personnel Ser-
vices during the ceremony."It is really an in-
spiring event. The greatest compliment I
have is the reputation of our schools en-
gendered by the quality of our teachers."
From beginning to end, program


STAFF PHO
Lindsay Henderson shows off her plaque a
ment.
speakers thanked all of Clay County's nom-
inees by offering gift certificates and even
a bonus in the nominee's paychecks.
"This is a special occasion," said Owens.
"We have outstanding teachers in the school
system. Sometimes people don't realize.. and
recognize teachers as much as they should.
You're shaping and developing the lives of
kids. Only the test of time will tell what type
of impact you'll have on the kids."
As part of the program, several local
businessmen and women stepped to the
podium and presented the finalists and the
winner with several gifts. The Clay Count)'
Education Foundation gave Henderson
$500 and The Clay County Chamber of


Commerce followed
suit, presenting Hen-
derson with $2,000.
"You represent a
quality of teaching
in the county," said
Sharon Younger-
man, representative
of the chamber and
Quigley House be-
afore presenting the
check. 'A school is
just a building. It is
the teachers inside
that change lives."
Orange Park
Medical Center took
the check presenta-
tions a little further
by presenting all
four finalists with
$100 and Henderson
with $500. Then,
YMCA representa-
tive Sharon Crosby
stepped to the mike
and announced the
winner would also
receive a one-year
family membership
to YMCA.
Holly Fulton of
Head, Moss, Fulton
and Noble, PA,
rounded out the busi-
ness presentations.
TO BY TRISHA CORMENY "We are the win-
after the announce- ners...becauseofyour
dedication," said Ful-
ton before presenting
$500 to the winner and $125 to therumners up.
2006 Teachei of the YearJanet Shaw
also had a few words to say.
"It has been the greatest honor of nmy
life to serve the teachers as Clay County
teacher of theyear," said Shaw "Becauseof
the dedication of teachers, young people
are able to reach higher"
A reception followed.
In related news,just before the Teacher
of the Year festivities began a school etn-
ployee fell from the stage while helping
put finishing touches on the event. She was
taken to Orange Park Medical Center and
released with a dislocated shoulder and
minor bruises, says Owens.


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Special to Clay Today

LAKE ASBURY - Crossing Guard Blanche
Schnapp began her career in March 1968
with the Suffolk County Police, New York.
She retired from Suffolk County Police
in 1989 and moved to Florida for retire-
ment. It wasn't long after arriving in Clay
County that she returned to the profession
and was one of the original Clay County
Sheriffs Office crossing guards when the
Sheriff's Office took the program over
from the school board in August of 1989.
She spent most of her career crossing chil-
dren at the Lakeside Elementary andJu-
nior high schools. In the most recent years
she crossed children attending Fleming Is-
land Elementary School.


Schnapp, like all Crossing Guards, made
it her business to get kids to and from
school safely.
On Friday, Feb. 3, Schnapp and fellow
crossing guards were honored at a morn-
ing reception at Lake Asbury Junior High
School. In addition to Schnapp, honored
guards were Ronald Frank Baron, Wilma
Jean Belangia, Willie Mae Black, Donald
Doty Brammer,Janice Kay Brantley, Wes-
ley Royce Bumpers, Deborah Lynn Bur-
dette, Dinah J. Castleberry, Charlie Lee
Coleman, Mary Jane Coleman, Frederick
Shields Costley, BillieJ. Elder, Eileen Kay
Elster, Diana Lee Goshorn, Concetta R.
Graham, Vickie Lynn Greene, Kenneth E
Gflnter, Rosemary A. Haehnel, Cassandra
D. Hall, Richard M. Helmev, Constance E.


Horton, Deborah C. Marcus,
Linda A. Masterson, and Robert
Leon Mathena.
Also John McNamara, Eva
Joy Morey, Kathryn L. Nelson,
Salvatore P Pernaci, DonnaJ.
Rahm, Billie L. Reinert, Alberta
E. Richardson, Evelyn Thomas
Scheer, MarlyssJ. Schull,John
W. Shatto, Isabel E Shiver,Job
Harvev,Julia Eugenia Spillman,
Carol Stevens, Donna Sweat, De-
lores Ann Sweeney, Mary
Louise Thomas, Rebecca Lynn
Trammell, Catherine Waldron,
Robert Michael Wells, Dorothy
D. White, Tracee Lee White,
and Robert Thomas Wood.


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ing guard.


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Orange Park High School Annex
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Spanish is not complicated!
Spanish is fun to learn!
Spanish is profitable!
Thurs. - 03/02-04/27/2006
6:00-8:00 pm
$30 fee
Instructor: Maria Orduiia
Orange Park High School Annex
B-Wing, Room 5


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Wednesday * 04/05 - 05/024/2006
8 sessions - 12 hours instruction
6:30-8:00 pm
$36 fee
Instructor: Joyce Harvey
Building 3 at Room 320
Ridgeview High School


CONVERSATIONAL
SPANISH LEVEL 2
Basic Spanish for Adults
Introduce yourself to the richness
of a second language and the
opportunity to benefit through
communication. Our Spanish class
is design to focus on everyday
essential expressions and more.
Thursday * 03/02 - 04/27/2006
8 sessions
7:00-8:15 pm
$30 fee
Instructor: Maria Orduiia
Orange Park High School Annex,
B-Wing, Room B-5
(No Class on March 30, Due to Spring Break)


PHOTOGRAPHY I

Beginners wishing to get
an understanding of basic
photography. It will cover
cameras, film and digital,
lighting and composition.
Bring your own camera
equipment and learn.


Monday
04/03- 05/08/2006

6:30-8:00 pm
6 sessions
9 hours instruction
$27 fee
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Orange Park

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Clay High drum major 'epitome' of high school student


By Trisha Cormeny, Staff
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GREEN COVE SPRINGS- Sixteen-year-
old Ashley Martin loves Friday nights.
As Clay High band's drum major, Mar-
tin says she loves the excitement band
competitions and football games bring.
"You spend so much time with others
in the band," said Martin. "You form a
friendship .you don't get in other places."
Martin started her band career learn-
ing the clarinet as a freshman. A year
later, she climbed up the ranks to become
band secretary before taking on the role
of drum major this year.
"It was so different to be in a leader-
ship position over my peers trying to earn
their respect,"-said Martin. "Mr. Frankin is
definitely a very good role model. He
makes you do your best. Average isn't
good enough anymore."


Ashley Martin

But the 4.6 grade point average (on 4.0
scale) student isn't content with just
spending her time directing a high


school band. Mairin also involves herself
with the Beta Club, National Honor Soci-
ety and Miss Clay High School in March.
"She epitomizes just what a high
school student is all about," said Clay
High Principal Pete McCabe. "She loves
her school. Every day she'sjust a pleasure
to be around."
Martin's involvement doesn't end at
school, either. Thisjunior has high hopes
for her community as well and is doing all
she can to put a smile on handicapped
children's faces as a director of "Smile
Camp," a yearly girl scout event where
handicapped children can spend a. week
in a day camp getting "the opportunity to
experience camp like children without
handicaps do."
"I love just getting out in the commu-
nity and letting people know that teens
aren'tjust a stereotype. There's more to
them thanjust shopping and having par-
ties," said Martin.
At Smile Camp, Martin says the best


part is seeing her campers' happy faces.
"I fell in love with the kid's' smiles.
When they learn your name, you just get
so excited. The campers look at the world
and they're not prejudiced," said Martin.
"Their lives are so much simpler than
ours. When they smile, they'rejust happy.
There's nothing behind it,just happiness."
Martin names Advanced Placement
American History teacher Rita Peterson
as her biggest influence.
"I see a lot of myself in Ashley," said Pe-
terson. "She's always looking for the biggest
challenge. She has very high aspirations.
She's just a dedicated student. Everything
she does, she does to perfection."
Her high school experience has
helped Martin determine what she wants
to do with her life.
"I've always wanted to work with med-
icine," said Martin. "Trauma just fits me
more because it's fast paced and sponta-
neous. It's not the same thing every day
like specialty practices tend to be."


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MIDDLEBURG - OnJan. 30, Wilkin-
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Jeff Umbaugh had no idea his da . "
would include saving the school's - .." -
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though the gate was still locked," said
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fdSchool employees work to rescue two
until we heard sounds of the goats in trapped goats.
distress. It seemed to'echo' throughout
the bus loop." of the pipe," said Umbaugh. School offi-
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dian, began following the cries, and Services workers Randall Pharis, Equip-
made her way to the grassy area in the ment Operator and Gene Coon came to
middle of the bus loop. the rescue.
"There, under agrate, werebothgoats Following their rescue, Pharis and
looking up at her! T.he goats had appar- Coon put a grate down over the pipes in
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tention pond, and then followed the pipe ly keep the goats from getting into trou-
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By JO1 Mike England
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JACKSONVILLE- NASJacksonville an-
nounced SHI(SW/AW) Derrek Robinson
as its 2005 Sailor of the Year Friday, Feb. 3,
during a luncheon held at The Zone.
"This is just so overwhelming. There
will be many responsibilities with this
honor. I'm really looking forward to the
challenge," said Robinson shortly after
learning he had earned the honor.
Many people up and down the chain of
command have supported him through-
out his naval career.
"I want to thank everyone at my com-
mand for their support, without them none
of this could have been possible," he said.
As the NASJacksonville Sailor of the
Year, Robinson will compete in the Com-
mander, Navy Region Southeast Sailor of
the Year competition in mid-February.
"I have some butterflies, but I'm look-
ing forward to it. This is all something
new and different," he said.
A native of Manhattan, N.Y, Robinson
joined the Navy in 1989 and graduated
from basic training before successfully
completing Ships Serviceman "C" school
in 1991. His tours include USS Nimitz
(CVN-68), USS Waterford (ARD-5), USS



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received instruction on the Coast
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and devotion to du[t - and how io
apply them in their military. perform-
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USS Dwight D. Eisen- .
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Robinson is current-
ly assigned to the NAS 4
Jax Supply Department
Combined Bachelor
Quarters where he
serves as the leading
petty officer.
According to NAS
Jacksonville Assistant
Supply Officer Lt. Steve
Osborne, Robinson is
the go to guy in Supply
Department.
"Any time we need Derrek Robinso
something important sailors. Robinson
done we look to our
jack of all trades, SHI Robinson. He ag-
gressively tackles every assignment he's
given with enthusiasm," Osborne said.
In his off-duty time, Robinson is a sin-
gle parent taking care of two children, 10-
year-old Destiny Johnson and 18-year-old
Derrek RobinsonJr. He also spends a lot of
time working on his bachelor's degree in
addition to studying for the chief's exam.
"I'm pretty busy. I'm currently work-


n, center, was congratulated as NAS Jacksonville's 2005 Sailor of the Year by fellow
n is leading petty officer for the Supply Dept. Combined Bachelor Quarters.


ing on my bachelor's degree and plan to
graduate before I rotate back to sea duty,"
Robinson said. "Luckily, I have a great
command and I'm able to take the time I
need to take care of my kids. It's really
great when you have a chain of com-
mand that supports and backs you up."
In the future, Robinson plans to pur-
sue his goal of becoming a chief and
making the most of his naval career.


"Between school and the chief's test I
think I'll be spending a lot of my time
with my face buried in a book," he said.
For now, Robinson plans to enjoy his
new status as the NASJacksonville 2005
Sailor of the Year and all the obligations
that go along with honor.
"I'm really looking forward to doing
something new everyday and meeting a
lot of new people," he said.


Lovelace graduates with Wings of Gold


Special to Clay Today
NAS CORPUS CHRISTI,
TX- For ENS Stephen
Lovelace, assigned to Train-
ing Squadron Thirty-One
(VT-31), the 'Wise Owl's,' the
long road to becoming a
Naval Aviator was completed
when he pinned on the
Wings of GoldJan. 13.
For Lovelace, who began
his military training at
Moody Air Force Base in Val-
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more than 50 weeks of
pilot training that in-
cluded aircraft famil-
iarization, basic
instruments, precision
aerobatics, formation
flying, night familiar-
ization and radio in-
struments.
VT-31 is one of four
aviation training
squadrons attached to
Training Air Wing
Four and is one of two
advanced multi-en-


gine training squadrons in the Navy. Ad-
vanced Maritime Training in the T-44 Pe-
gasus emphasizes crew coordination,
multiengine aircraft operations and in-
strument training in a variety of day and
night conditions.
VT-31 carries a staff composed of ap-
proximately 69 officers and 19 enlisted
personnel whose primary mission contin-
ues to be training the finest Military Avia-
tors in the world.
Lovelace's next duty station is Patrol
Squadron 30 (VP-30), located in Jack-
sonville, where he will fly the P-3C Orion
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Hubbard Street Dance Chicago performs new work at THCA


Special to Clay Today
ORANGE PARK- Hubbard
Street Dance Chicago (HSDC),
Chicago's internationally ac-
claimed contemporary dance
company, will perform Saturday,
Feb. 11, at the Thrasher-Horne
Center for the Arts (THCA).
Tickets for the 7:30 p.m. per-
formance are $22, $18 and $15.
Additionally, with ticket pur-
chase, patrons are invited to at-
tend a pre-performance talk,
featuring the expert dancers of
HSDC. Seating for the 6:30 p.m.
pre-performance talk is limited
and available on a first come
basis. All military and educators
can receive 50 percent off their
ticket purchase with proper iden-
tification, this performance only. Member
The THCA program fea- Arts on S
tures the return of Ohad Na-
harin's Minus 16 and a new work by
Marguerite Donlon titled Strokes Through
the Tail, which premiered in December
2005 with the Chicago Symphony Orches-
tra.
Israeli choreographer Ohad Naharin's
Minus 16, one of the most popular works in
HSDC's recent repertoire, breaks down the


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saturday, Feb. 11.


barrier between audience and performer.
Mixing an eclectic score, ranging from
the stylings of Dean Martin to retro Latin
beats, from techno-pop to traditional Is-
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dancers to express themselves through
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2005 goal

Special to Clay Today
JACKSONVILLE -United Way of North-
east Florida soared past its goal, raising
more than $24 million in 2005, a 5.2 per-
cent increase over the 2004 campaign.
The grand total was announced Tues-
day, Feb. 7, at theJacksonville Veterans
Memorial Arena. With more than 700
guests in attendance, United Way of
Northeast Florida paid tribute to hun-
dreds of volunteers and business partners
who helped make 2005 a success.
.... .The.top22companieswho give to Unit-
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growing their giving 7.2 percent These or-
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24,065,783 raised in 2005. ' '
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new chair in 2006. Hugh Greene, president
and CEO of Baptist Health Systems, is tak-
ing the helm.
United Way of Northeast Florida works
in partnership with businesses, volunteers,
community organizations, and leaders to
tackle critical issues facing children, youth
and families.
United Way helps people in Baker, Clay,
Duval, Nassau and northern St. Johns
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OBITUARIES


PAUL BAXLEY
Mr. Paul Baxley, 83, of Middleburg, FL,
passed away Tuesday,Jan. 31, 2006. Born,
March 10,1922, in Middleburg, he was a
mechanic for Clay County and retired as
shop superintendent. Mr. Baxley was a
member and Deacon at Church of the
Brethren, where he wag very active and
taught Sunday School. Survivors include
his loving wife, Betty Baxley; daughters:
Frances Votino, Carolyn McGuckin and
Jean Manning; stepdaughter, Carolyn
Ratliff; four sisters; grandsons: Byron and
Barry Jones, Chad and Matthew Browder;
Shane and Shannon McGuckin; grand-
daughter, Shawn Warren; and nine great-
grandchildren. Funeral services were
held Friday, Feb. 3, at Church of the
Brethren with Rev. Charles McGuckin of-
ficiating. Interment followed in the Mid-
dleburg United Methodist Church
Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial
contributions in his name may be made
to the Gideons International. Arrange-
ments are under the care of Broadus-
Raines & Pons Family Funeral Home.

KENNETH "KEN" LAWRENCE
BROKER
Mr. Kenneth "Ken" Lawrence Brooker,
49, passed away on Saturdayjan. 29,2006.
Born, May 03,1956, inJacksonville, FL, he
was a graduate of Bishop Kenny High
School in 1974 and a graduate from FCCJ.
Ken worked with the Mayo Clinic at the
St. Luke's facility as a Lab Supervisor. He
is survived by his wife, DeborahJ. Brook-
er of 25 years; parents: Lawrence and Vi-
vian Brooker; sister, Elaine Barry
(Jimmy), nephew, Dwayne Barry (Becki);
great nieces: Kayli and Kendall; many
cousins, friends, and other family mem-
bers. Ken's graveside funeral service was
held on Thursday, Feb. 2, at Evergreen
Cemetery with Rev. Chester Plank offici-
ating. In lieu of flowers you may send me-
morials to Safe Animal Shelter of Clay
County (P.O. Box 1386) Orange Park, FL.
32067 in the memory of Kenneth "Ken"
Lawrence Brooker. Arrangements by
Hardage-Giddens Rivermead Funeral
Home.

JUANITA P. EDENFIELD
Mrs.Juanita P. Edenfield, 75, of Jack-
sonville, passed from death into life on
Jan. 28, 2006, after a brief illness. She is


lovingly remembered by her children,
Linda Gaadegard and her husband,
John, Dell Edenfield and his wife Sharon,
Steve Edenfield and his wife Sue, and
Laura King; her grandchildren, Melanie,
Marlyss, Jamie, Duke, Cynthia, Chris,
Nikki, and Max; and great-grandchil-
dren, Sadie, Aidan, Hayden and Angeli-
na.Juanita was born on May 21,1930, in St.
Paul, MN, where she met the love of her
life, Emory 0. Edenfield from Grand
Ridge, FL. They moved to Jacksonville
where they resided for the rest of their
lives. She was very active in the lives of her
children and grandchildren and their
friends, and will be remembered fondly
and greatly missed by all who knew her.
Funeral services were held Thursday,
Feb. 2, at Holly Hill Funeral Home, with
interment following at Holly Hill Memo-
rial Park, adjacent to the funeral home.

JEAN LUFTER
Mrs.Jean Lufter, 75, Middleburg, FL,
passed away Thursday, Feb. 2,2006, at her
residence. Mrs. Lufter was a long time res-
ident of Palm Beach County, FL. Her two
daughters and one son survive her, Deb-
bie Horwath, Karen Kiddy, Kurt Lufter, 5
grandchildren and 8 great grandchildren.
In lieu of flowers kindly remit donations
to Community Hospice, 4266 Sunbeam
Rd,Jacksonville, FL 32257. The family will
be holding a private memorial.

ROBERT DUDLEY GRIME
Life is short, love is eter-
nal, we will always love you
Dad. On Feb. 3, 2006, the
angels came for Robert
Dudley Grimes, our
beloved dad, brother,
grandpa, uncle and friend. "BOB" was an
active member of the United States
Armed Forces during the Korean War
and was employed with Sears for more
than 30 years prior to his retirement in
1995. Bob was predeceased by his wife,
Kay Grimes. Survivors include his sister,
Nell Carroll; 7 children:Judy King, Ron
Grimes, Roberta Connell (Leonard),
Teresa Knight, Karen Thatcher (Steve),
Wendy Wilson (Richard) and John Dees
(Maria) 12 grandchildren, 9 great-grand-
children many nieces and nephews. Fu-
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nursing staff of 4 South.

JAMES H. LEWIS, SR.
Mr.James H. Lewis, Sr., 70, of Orange
Park, FL, passed away Friday, Feb. 3,2006,
after a brave battle with emphysema.
Born, Feb. 6,1935, in Annapolis, MD, he
was retired from sales with Warner-Lam-
bert and was employed by UNE Mr. Lewis
served his country in the United States
Army during the Korean War. He was a
Jacksonville University alumnus, in Phi
Delta Pheta and was on the JU tennis
team. He was a coach for many years in
the Arlington Little League and was a
member of Sacred Heart Catholic
Church. Survivors include his loving wife
of 43 years, Marie Lewis; sonJim (Stacey)
LewisJr.,Jacksonville, FL; daughters, Lisa
Ann (Ralph) Matsko, Orange Park, FL
and Lynn (Kevin) Koski, Jacksonville, FL;
sister, Terry Mohling, NC and nine grand-
children. Arrangements are under the
care of Broadus-Raines & Pons Family
Funeral Home.

FRED ANDREW NUSS
Mr. Fred Andrew Nuss, 60, passed away
Feb. 1, 2006, in Gainesville, FL. He was
born in Brooklyn, NY and resided in Or-
ange Park since 1989. Mr. Nuss survived
23 years with a heart transplant, making
him the sixth longest survivor. Survivors
include his 2 daughters: Faith Nuss and
Dawn Nuss; brother, John A. Nuss; 2 sis-
ters: Barbara Ansbach and Virginia Nuss;
and 7 grandchildren. Funeral services
were held on Saturday, Feb. 4, at Hardage-
Giddens Rivermead Funeral Home.

ROSE JOSEPHINE PUHL
Mrs. Rose Josephine Puhl, 90, born
Oct. 31,1915, a resident of Green Cove
Springs passed away Wednesday, Feb. 1,
2006,. at Orange Park Medical Center.
Mrs. Puhl was the daughter of Thomas
and Anna E. (Schell) Krammer born in
Los Animas, CO. She came to Green Cove
Springs in 1955 from Wellby, Co. She and
her husband Peter Joseph Puhl owned
and operated a restaurant in Green Cove
for many years and later Mrs. Puhl went


and worked in the school cafeterias. Rose
was a member of Sacred Heart Catholic
Church in Green Cove Springs and was
very active with the church. Mrs. Puhl was
preceded in death by her husband, Peter
and is survived by six sons: Raymond H.
Puhl, Green Cove Springs, Stephen P.
Puhl, Rosedale, CA,Joseph Puhl, Middle-
burg, Edward Puhl, Sterling Heights, MI,
William Puhl, Clarksville, TN, and Vin-
cent J. Puhl, Seabrook, TX; daughter,
Rosemarie King, Suffolk, VA; half sister,
Barbara Kramer, Los Angles, CA; fifteen
grandchildren and fifteen great grand-
children. Services were held on Monday,
Feb. 6, at the Sacred Heart Catholic
Church. Interment followed in the Hick-
ory Grove Cemetery, Green Cove Springs.
Arrangements by Helm Funeral Home,
Green Cove Springs.

SOPHIA EVELYN HARRINGTON
Mrs. Sophia "Sug" Evelyn Harrington,
84, passed away Feb. 3, 2006, at Orange
Park Medical Center. Born in Wildwood,
FL and a longtime resident of Orange
Park, She was preceded in death by her
husband, Frank "Red" Harrington in
1986 and her son, Ronald E Harrington in
2001. Mrs. Harrington was Baptist by
faith and attended Maderia Baptist
Church for many years. Survivors in-
clude her daughter and son-in-law
Rachel (Ed) Dempsey; brother, Clarence
Harsey; grandson, Fred Barnhart,Jr.; 3
great-grandsons: Randy, Christopher and
Aron; a number of nieces and nephews.
Services were held Wednesday, Feb. 8, in
the chapel of Hardage-Giddens River-
mead Funeral Home. Burial followed in
Jacksonville Memory Gardens.

WALTER "BUD" W. KUTZ
Mr. Walter W. "Bud"
Kutz, 88, born Feb. 8,1917,
passed away on a beautiful
Wednesday afternoon, Feb.
1,2006, at Malcolm Randall
VA Medical Center. "Bud"
as he is most affectionately known is sur-
vived by his adoring wife, Karin, Middle-
burg, where the couple has resided for
the past 11 years; 3 children: Sally "Chic"
Shaw (Richard), PA, Susan Capone (An-
drew), PA and Walter, "Bud"Jr. (Nancy),
. PA; 3 stepchildren, Thomas,JulieJacobs
(Mark) and Dan Gunther (Susan); 8
grandchildren; 3 great-grandchildren;
friends, Kathy & Okey McVaney, who
were as close as family; a multitude of
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ThefollowingwerearrestedJan. 30-Feb.
6. For more. information, contact the Clay
County Sheriffs Office at 284-7575.

Alexander,James, 21: simple battery
Ambrose, Melissa, 28: attached unas-
signed tag, driving while license is suspend-
ed or revoked
Anderson, Robert, 26: leaving the scene
of accident
Arabie,John,21: driving while license is
suspended or revoked
Arthur, Dwight, 43: domestic battery
Aultman, Lezlee, 19: no valid driver's li-
cense
Austin,John, 31: dui, indirect criminal
contempt
Baker, Kellie, 30: driving while license is
suspended or revoked
Baswell, Christopher, 29: false police re-
port
Baswell, Scott, 20: aggravated battery,
false statement
Baysinger, David, 23: worthless checks,
no valid driver's license*
Biernacki, Michelle, 21: poss of con-
trolled substance, poss with intent to sell,
poss of drug paraphernalia
Biondo, Robert, 51: dui
Bjerke, Sven, 27: driving while license is
suspended to revoked
Blanton, Brian, 24: driving while license
is suspended or revoked x2
Boush, Tommy, 34: dui
Breiva,John, 32- tag attached unassigned
Bronner, Mack, 21: armed robbery
Brooke, Sherri, 41: obtaining controlled
substance
Brown, Danny, 20: criminal mischief
Bullard, Tyan, 22: no valid driver's
license
Butler, Tonya, 26: battery


OBITUARIES from page A-22


simply will never forget him. He was as
unique an individual as anyone would
ever know. His life spanned a world of ex-
citing changes in both our country and
our world. Through his life with the Mer-
chant Marines during WW II, enduring
t the Great Depression, moving through in-
novations with sounds, sights, technology
and knowledge, the stories he told of ad-
venture and intrigue held captivation to
anyone within ear shot. He watched as
man first stepped on the moon then re-
belled against the computer age still typ-
ing his own letters and checks to pay bills.
He moved through these changes with
grace, humor and his unique twinkling
charm, traveling through his life with a
great zest for adventure, experience and
wisdom. A gentle man and a gentleman,
deeply loved by anyone who met him, he
will be greatly missed in heart, mind and
spirit. We would like to thank the staff at
Malcolm Randall VA Med. Ctr for their
kind and gentle treatment. Services will be
10 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 11, at Black Creek
Baptist Church, 3904 Hwy 16 W. Penney
Farms. In lieu of flowers please make do-
nations the CC Council on Aging, Inc.
Transportation in celebration of Bud's life.


JACK WIGGINS ..





Memorial serv-
ices forJack Wig-
gins, 77, Palm
CoastFL, a former Jack Wiggins
33 year resident of
OrangeiPark, will be 11:30 a.m. Friday,
Feb. 10,2006, at First Baptist Church of
Orange Park, 1140 Kingsley Ave., with a
reception to follow in the social hall of
the church. The US Navy Honor Guard
will reflder military'honors. Mr. Wig-
gins passed away Jan. 30, 2006, at his
home with, his family. Born in Green-
woods* A lK. Ma\ 15. 1928, he was the son
.of thG Ite Roone\ and FayeKehoe Wig-


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Callaway, Charles, 18: loitering or prowling
Carlson, David, 24: operating motor ve-
hicle with canceled license, poss of
cannabis, poss/use of drug paraphernalia
Cartwright,Jonathan, 22: petit theft, sim-
ple battery
Chadsey, Thomas, 51: writ of attachment
Chillingworth, Sean, 32: incest
Coleman, Carleathea, 26: grand theft of
property value
Conaway, Charles, 44: worthless check/
draft/debit card
Connor, Jesse, 22: domestic battery
Darby, Kevin, 39: writ of attachment
Dautel,James, 23: violation of game and
fish rules
Davis, Matthew, 22: disorderly intoxica-
tion, poss of less than 20 grams of cannabis,
poss/use of drug paraphernalia
Deltoro, Ronald, 18:grand theft auto
Dexterhouse, Timothy, 55: dui
Dickinson, Robert, 41: child abuse
Dinzley, Norman, 48: petit theft
Dover, Teresa, 40: fugitive from justice
Durham, Timothy, 20: burglary
Elkins, Douglas, 42: aggravated assault
Elmasian,Justin, 30: retail theft
Emsley, Richard, 25: resist/obstructer to
officer
Farkas, Michael, 48: worthless check
Finlay, Ryan, 21: domestic violence of
simple battery, disorderly intoxication
Fitschen, Randy, 23: no valid driver's li-
cense
Frew, Doug, 26: disorderly intoxication,
resisting office with violence
Fuqua, Edward, 25: driving while license
is suspended or revoked


years, retiring in 1971 as a Lt. Comman-
der, was director of transportation for
CC Schools from 1971. to 1979, worked
for PI.E. Nationwide as the maintenance
system manager, retiring in 1990 and
worked for Winn Dixie in his spare time.
He was a master mason in the Masonic
lodge, a member of the Shrine, and an"
ordained Baptist Deacon in Millington
TN. He was known for his gardening tal-
ents and willingness to help others. A
loving husband and father, he is sur-
vived by his wife, Kay, a son Bill Wiggins,
Orange Park, FL, 3 daughters: Sharon
Rogers, Tampa, Karen "Susie" Wiggins,
Atlanta and Kathy Doucette, Flagler
Beach; 8 grandchildren and one great
grandchild. The family suggests con-
tributions to the charity of one's choice.
Arrangements under Craig-Flagler
Palms Funeral Home.


Gill, Gary, 24: child abuse
Grey, Andre, 48: aggravated assault, ex-
posure of sexual organs
Griffin,John, 35: dui
Grist, Anna, 42: retail theft
GrubbsJohn,42: no valid driver's license
Haney, Stacy, 20: grand theft, resistingre-
tail merchant
Harcourt, Nathan, 26: dui
Hartung,Jeffery, 28: writ of attachment
Hayes, Morrell, 20: dui
Hendricks, Steven, 25: burglary to
dwelling
Herrera,Joyce, 28: murder


Herring,Jammie, 34: sale/delivery of
crack cocaine
Hines, Tracy, 31: criminal mischief
Hoffman, Dustin, 23: disorderly intoxi-
cation, trespassing after warning
Hogg, Matthew, 19: petit theft
Horne, Daniel, 35: shoplifting, carrying
concealed weapon
Hutchinson, Gregory, 29: uttering
Jackson, Lamar, 27: improper tag
James, Martha, 55: insurance fraud,
grand theft
Jarvis, David, 44: breach of peace, resist-
ing without violence
Jeffreys, Amanda, 27: grand theft auto
Jensen, Melissa, 24: parent failure to

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Clay County Sheriff's Office Most Wanted
As of Monday, Feb. 6


Anthony Conino, 39,
failure to appear-
prescription fraud


Kenneth Copeland,
45, burglary to auto


Timothy Enright, 60,
failure to appear-
burglary


John Graham, 43,
fraud


Zachary Guetherman,
19, attempted armed
robbery


Tyrone Kirksey, 41, Joseph Madrid, 42,
felony driving while felony worthless
license revoked/sus- check
pended


Melissa Manning, 24,
violation of parole-
felony DUI


Joe Marshall, 28, sale
& delivery crack
cocaine


Sanchez Mims, 28,
sexual preditor


Antonio Tobler, 19,
violation of parole-
burglary


'EDITOR'S NOTE:
The Clay County
Sheriff's Office
provides photo-
graphs and related
information about
suspects appearing
in Clay Today's
Most Wanted
section. Anyone
with information
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require school
Johns, Brenda, 42: driving while license
is suspended or revoked
Johnson, Iola, 29: public assistance in
fraud
Jones, Richard, 40. failure sexual predator
Justice, Awldie, 21: poss of cocaine
Justice, David, 40: indirect criminal con-
tempt of court
Klucina, Kenneth, 20: disorderly intoxi-
cation
Koch, Francis, 25: driving while license is
suspended, tag altered
LessackJoshua, 23: dui
Lethco, Curtis, 28: contempt of court
Lethco, Curtis, 28: domestic battery, sim-
ple battery
Lethco, Mindy, 27: assault, resisting with-
out violence


Lowe, Anthony, 31: driving while license
is suspended or revoked
Lynch, Robert, 27: driving while license
is suspended or revoked
� Mabrey-Super, Lisa, 35: petit theft, utter-
ing a forged check
Mallard, Alana, 21: resisting with vio-
lence
Martin, Allison, 20: false report of crime
Martin, Stephanie, 23: retail theft
Mastin, Chelsea, 18: affray
Mattson, Bobby, 23: flee/attempting to
elude
McDade,Jerri, 48: trespassing
McDougal, Kenneth, 20: grand theft
auto, reckless driving, leaving the scene
with property damage
Mclnarnay, Tammy, 32: indirect criminal
contempt
Mears, Billy, 27: simple battery, criminal
mischief


Meeks, Benjamin, 28: driving while li-
cense is suspended or revoked
Menefee,James, 52: aggravated stalking
Millard, Ernest, 37: poss of cannabis
Miller, Gary, 21: dui
Miller, Tammy, 30: attempting to obtain
controlled substance
Moore, Rhonda, 38: retail petit theft
Moss, Christopher, 25: issue worthless
checks
Mulkey, Lamar, 25: violation of Florida
litter law, violation of Florida rules
Needham, Douglas, 28: domestic battery
Palagyi, Crissy, 23: domestic battery
Parker, Terrence, 35: discharge firearm
in public, poss of firearm
Parrish, Brandon, 25: domestic battery,
violation of domestic violence injunction
Phillips, Curtis, 22: domestic battery
Pierce,Danny,41:obsceneharassmentcalls
Qualls, Tasherra, 19. defraud innkeeper
Quiroz, Octavio, 22: no driver's license
Rach, Todd, 40: dui
Ranney, Scott, 49: disorderly intoxication
Rasado, Fausto, 45: contempt of court
for trespassing on occupied
Ring, George, 22: simple assault, resisting
without violence
Rodriguez, Luis, 38: violation of fish and
game rules
Rodriguez, Rafael, 44: poss of drug para-
phernalia
RoweJody, 35: domestic battery
Rybarczyk, Walter, 24: disorderly intoxi-
cation, trespassing after warning
Scrape, Terance, 35: contempt of court
Shamel, Anthony, 23: driving while li-
cense is suspended or revoked
Shearer,Kenneth, 23:burglary,grand theft
SlocumJohnny, 22: driving while license
is suspended or revoked, worthless check
Snell, Sherman, 28: robbery),
Snipes, Charles, 20: poss of more than 20
grams
Sonday, Henry, 20: driving while license
is suspended or revoked
Sonnenberg, Christopher, 37: obtaining


a controlled substance
Sparks, Brandon, 20: trespassing after
warning
Spencer, Mark, 44: aggravated assault
Stevens, Frederick, 33: domestic battery
Stricklin, Sean, 34: warrant out of state
Sturgis, Donna, 57: grand theft
Sturgis,Julie, 41: grand theft
Tanner, Toni, 22: operating while drivers
license is suspended
Tapley, Thomas, 45: indirect criminal
contempt
Taylor,Jimmy, 47: driving while license is
suspended or revoked with knowledge, poss
of marijuana under 20, poss of narcotic
paraphernalia
Thomas, Phillip, 19: attached tag unas-
signed
Thomas, Tony, 38: indirect contempt for
attached tag, indirect contempt for no valid
driver's license
Travis, Robin, 37: writ of attachment for
child support
Tucker, Chase, 22: driving while license is
suspended or revoked
Vitrano, Christine, 28: petit theft, fraud-
ulent use of credit card
Wagner,Jared, 30: grand theft
Waring, Anna, 35: poss and/or use of
narcotic
Watkins, Tavaras, 20: poss of cocaine with
intent to sell, poss of marijuana with intent
to sell, poss of marijuana
Webb, Ivan, 22: poss of cocaine, poss of
controlled substance, driving while license
is suspended or revoked
Webb, Tracy, 35: theft of services
Wells, Harry, 52: worthless check
Westbrook, Mick, 26: domestic battery
White, Wesley, 36: worthless check -
Williams, Danny, 24: dealing in stolen
property
Winton, Mary, 23: permit unauthorized
operator, poss of cannabis, poss/use of
drug paraphernalia
Wolfe, Stephen 34: attached tag not as-
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By Amy Dimmock, Correspondent
FLEMING ISLAND- Barco-Newton
YMCA, open since August 2004, is ex-
panding to add approximately 4,000
square feet to the wellness area within
five weeks.
"It's more of everything we have. More
cardio, more free weights, more area to
work with specific populations," said Well-
ness Director Alisa Blanchard about the
$600,000 expansion.
High usage is the reason for the addition.
"We have the highest usage of the 21
Y's in the Jacksonville area, about 1400 -
1500 use it everyday... Classes are sold
out," said Blanchard of many of their 75
classes per week.
Executive Director Greg Coop agrees.
"We were at a point where our facility
wasn't able to keep up with the growth in
membership. It's about serving our mem-
bers," said Coop.
Blanchard is pleased that members of


CORRESPONDENT PHOTO BY AMY DIMMOCK
The Barco-Newton YMCA's wellness section expansion is expected to be completed in early March.


Combination bakery - caf6 opens


By Amy Dimmock, Correspondent
FLEMING ISLAND- After baking cakes
and desserts for 15 years, Laura McCow-
an took advice she had heard through the
years and opened her own bakery and
caf6Jan. 12.
Piece-a-Cake Caf6 opened in the Vil-
lage Square across from Fleming Island
High School.
"I've been baking cakes - I like fanci-
er creative desserts - for about 15 years
in various places we've lived," said Mc-
Cowan. "I worked in so many restau-
rants all my life. I enjoy serving people,
meeting people. If you don't get to be
around people, it's like you're missing
family."
Piece-a-Cake Caf6 offers customers
homemade baked goods as well as a com-
plete menu, including soups - four each
day - sandwiches and more.
"It's a nicer, elegant place; it's quiet,"
said McCowan.
When her husband suggested she
open her own bakery, McCowan decided
she'd like to have more than just a bakery.


"We're really four businesses," said Mc-
Cowan. In addition to the bakery and caf6,
she offers outside catering for events, in-
cluding weddings. And after a planned
expansion is completed in March, they
will book private parties after hours.
"We'll have a full dinner menu, notjust
soups and sandwiches," she said.
Readying the kitchen was a new ex-
perience for McCowan. She bought
the commercial grade appliances her-
self and set up the kitchen with the
help of her close friend Marcus, who is
a chef himself.
"He helped me," she said. "He came
over, made sure the kitchen and food
were done the right way."
Quality and exceptional customer
service are important to McCowan.
"I want it to be the best it can be, like I
would want to be served. I take pride in
what I do, big time. It's about pleasing
people," said McGowan, telling of a cus-
tomer who requested a dressing that was
not on the menu. The next day McCowan
BAKERY-CAFE continued on page A-26


CORRESPONDENT PHOTO BY AMY DIMMOCK
Piece-a-Cake Caf6's owner Laura McCowan enjoys talking about the menu with Jason
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BAKERY-CAFE from page A-25
stocked the dressing for that customer
and others who mightrequest it. "We like
for people to come in and get what they
want how they want it."
Currently the Cafe employs eight. Mc-
Cowan hires based on attitude, personal-
ity and respect.
"I didn't have experience; I just
learned," she said. She believes one can
teach people how to waitress or cook, but
it's hard to teach someone a good attitude
if they don't have one.
Jen Husk was one of McCowan's early
hires, though she didn't have extensive
waitressing experience, McCowan said.
"Her smile lit up the room," said Mc-
Cowan. "I just knew she was going to be
awesome."
McCowan's family and friends help
with the business. In addition to her
husband's help, daughter Erica works
there periodically and son Bobby is a
chef and baker. Sarah, a freshman at the
high school, also helps, as does 11-year-
old Keri.
"Keri is a very good baker too," said
McCowan. "For the last two years I've had
to shoo her out of the kitchen."
In March McCowan will expand to in-
clude a separate area that will seat about
40 for parties and catered events. She is
looking forward to that addition.
"It's self-rewarding in many ways and
you can reach more people," she said.
"And I like to decorate. I don't use fake
stuff. I offer healthier choices too; we
have 100 percent natural juice not from
concentrate with no sugars added and
100 percent vitamin C."
She offers flavors such as blue rasp-
berry ice and apple-mango-papaya-
peach, which she said the kids have been
choosing over soda. Her fruits are fresh
each day and she makes her own soups
and, of course, desserts.
Customer favorites include the carrot
cake and the chocolate curly cake. Cus-
tomers may order by the piece from what
is available each day or assortment trays
may be ordered in advance.
"There are 40 items to choose from.
They can pick and choose," she said. She
requests three days advance notice to pre-
pare the custom trays.


CORRESPONDENT PHOTO BY AMY DIMMOCK
Owner Laura McCowan discusses her carrot cake with customer Maddy Tavares at the newly opened Piece-a-Cake Caf6.


McCowan is pleased with her Village
Square location.
"We've got a great deal to offer in this
place," she said of the variety of restau-
rants and businesses that are her business
neighbors.
Piece-a-Cake Caf6, located at 2245
Plantation Center Drive, is open 6:30
a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday - Friday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Saturday and 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Sunday. For
more information or to custom order,
call 269-0206.


YMCA from page A-25

all ages are using Fleming Island's YMCA.
"Programs are designed according to
research that are appropriate at each level,"
said Blanchard.
Young children can attend KidZone or
visit PrYme Time, which is held daily be-
fore and after school.
- Children nine and older can work out
on the various machines. Blanchard said


currently about 1500 kids work out at the
Fleming Island facility.
Offerings for active older adults, such as
dance, stretching and pump weight train-
ing, have been filling up too.
"It's a warm environment. We're blessed
with good people," said Blanchard.
For more information, visit the YMCA
at 2075 Town Center Boulevard, across
from Thunderbolt Elementary, or call
278-YMCA.


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birthday Friday, Jan. 20.
The daughter of Wakene
Williams and Natasha
Shaw, Ny'ene celebrated
her birthday with grand-
mothers Shelryn and
Bertha as well as friends.


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the new sign in front of Fleming Is-
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"What you see now isjust basically the
skeletal structure," said Assistant Princi-
pal Dan Finley. "There's a lot more to it,
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negotiated price," said Finley of the
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The sign is expected to be finished
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Art Guild gets 'Thank You"
Integrated Community Oncology Network recently sponsored an evening of art at the
Orange Park Cancer Center. Among those attending were, from left, Carolyn Ann Day,
Art Guild of Orange Park'president; Dr. Linda S. Sylvester; and Virginia McCampbell,
a volunteer who comes in on Fridays to do ac craft with the patients receiving
chemotherapy. The event was ICON's way of saying "thank you" to the Art Guild for
its continued support and artwork that hangs on the walls at the cancer center.


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drug policy involving school personnel
and students, Mahla said/
Drury was immediately suspended
with pay and resigned less than two
weeks later.
A school system employee believed
they smelled alcohol shortly before
Drury left the elementary school to begin
her route. She was on County Road 218
when a school system transportation offi-
cial stopped the bus and gave her a
breathalyzer test.
Mahla said administrators responded
immediately by pulling Drury from her
route and then escorted her to a local lab


for DUI testing."
The Clay County Sheriff's Office said
the school system handled the investiga-
tion and that Drury is not charged with
any violations.

Shots fired, man arrested

ORANGE PARK - Discharging a
firearm in public got aJacksonville man
arrested Thursday, Feb. 2, the Clay Coun-
ty Sheriff's Office said.
An additional charge of possession of
a firearm by a convicted felon also was
filed against Terrence Maurice Parker, 35,
after police found a 9 mm handgun in his
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nesses told off-duty police officers nearby
that Parker fired the handgun in a Wells
Road parking lot.
The report says
Parker fled the
area in his vehicle
but an officer spot-
ted it nearbyand
made a traffic stop.
.The di ivtr told
police Parker had
fired the weapon.
While checking Terrence Maurice
the man for Parker
weapons, an offi-
cer found a 9 mm magazine loaded with
10 bullets, the report says. Police also
found shell casings in the parking lot and
inside the vehicle.
The man refused to talk to police. A
motive for firing the shots was not given
in the report.

Illegal dumping charged

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS- Charges of
illegal dumping and littering have been
filed against a Keystone Heights man.
Walker L. Mulkey, 25, is free on $2,500
bond following his Wednesday, Feb. 1, ar-
rest by the Clay County Sheriff's Office,
according to an ar-
rest report.
Mulkey is ac-
cused of taking a
load of residential
debris that includ-
ed wood molding,
lumber, insulation,
household garbage
and other debris
and unloading it in
the 6200 block of Walker L. Mulkey
Oglethorpe Av-
enue, the report says.
Investigators tracked the debris, which
was dumped in December, to a Keystone
Heights home. The owner, Theron
Hunter, told police Mulkey had been
hired to.haulthe trash to the county land-
fill for $50, the report says.
When confronted, Mulkey said, "I'm
not going to lie to you, I dumped it," the


report says.
Mulkey later cleaned up the dumped
material and took it to the landfill, the re-
port says.

Suspect turns himself i'.-

GREEN COVE SPRINGS - The Clay
County Sheriff's Office sa s >'KeN stone
Heights man being
sought for not reg-
istering as a sex of-
fender has turned
himself in.
Richard Milo '*
Jones, 40, who was
convicted in 1995 in
Clay County of
capital sexual bat- Rm
tery on a victim Richard Milo Jones
under 12 years old,
appeared Wednesday, Feb. 1, at the Sher-
iff's Office Orange Park Operations Cen-
ter, an arrest report says.
Jones was evicted from his Keystone
Heights home in early January and made
no attempt to contact authorities about
where he is living now, the Sheriff's Of-
fice said.

RHS student charged

ORANGE PARK - An 18-year-old
Ridgeview High School student was ar-
rested Wednesday, Feb. 1, following a high
school basketball game.
. Chelsea Mastin, of the 1700 block of
Dartmouth Drive in Middleburg, is
charged with one count of affray, a Clay
County Sheriffs Office arrest report states.
According to the
report, the girl was
seen kicking another
student that was on
the ground during a
fight that involved -
several students in
the high school -
parking lot. .
The fight hap-
pened about 9:15 p.m. Chelsea Mastin
in the school's park-
ing lot after a boys basketball game with
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Heights as part of the National Child Pas-
senger Safety Week, Feb. 12-19.
The event will be held at Nature Park,
across from City Hall on State Road 21. It
will run from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
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Children less than 12 months old and
20 lbs should always face the rear of the
vehicle.
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EVENTS
CLAY COUNTY C.E.R.T. will host a
free hurricane readiness class 7-10 p.m.
Thursday, Feb. 2-March 23 at the Clay
County Public Safety Office, 1 Doctors Dr.,
Green Cove Springs. Call 284-7703.
FREE TAX ASSISTANCE for middle
to low income taxpayers is available
through April 12 from AARP Tax Aide. To
schedule appointments, call The Green
Cove Springs Senior Center: 284-5977; Mid-
dleburg Weigel Senior Center: 291-3520; or
the Orange Park Senior Center: 269-4731.
THE CONCERT ON THE GREEN
COMMITTEE will hold its annual poster
contest through March 1. Applicants must
be Clay Count), residents in grades K-12
under 19 years of age. Poster specifications
and a printable application link can be
found at www.concertonthegreen.com.
POPEYES CHICKEN & BISCUITS'
Appetite for a Cure takes place through
March 15. The coupon book, purchased
for a $1 donation to the Muscular Dystro-
phy Association, offers more than $20
worth of coupons.
THE FIRST COAST QUILT GUILD
will meet 6:45 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 9, at the
Orange Park Library, 2054 Plainfield Ave.
Member-made quilts will be presented to
Nemours Children'sHospital. Call 269-0969.
THE CLAY COUNTY HISTORI-
CAL COMMISSION will meet 7 p.m.
Thursday, Feb. 9, in the Middleburg Civic
Center, 2102 Palmetto St.
THE ORANGE PARK SKATE PARK
will host a demonstration noon Saturday,
Feb. 11, at the city-owned facility on
Fromhart Street next to The Clothes Clos-
et A group of park regulars will put on the
free demonstration.
FIRST COAST WIND ENSEMBLE
will present Rhapsody in Blue 3 p.m. Sun-
day, Feb. 12, at St.Johns Country Day School,
3100 Doctors Lake Dr. Admission is free.
AARP will meet 11:30 a.m. Feb. 14, in
Middleburg Civic Center. A covered dish
lunch is provided. Call 272-3870.
THE GREEN COVE SPRINGS MER-
CHANTS ASSOCIATION will meet 6 p.m.
Tuesday Feb. 14, at Ronnie Wings& Oysters,
323 Walnut St. This month's featured speak-
er will be Eddie Douglas of Douglas, Dou-
glas, and Farnsworth, his program willbe
easing our 'Terror of the 1040".
THE TRANSPORTATION COM-
MITTEE will meet 2 p.m. Wednesday, Feb.
15, in the BCC Meeting Room, 4th Floor,
Clay County Administration Building.
THE BUDGET, FINANCE AND
PERSONNEL COMMITTEE will meet 2
p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 21, in the BCC Meeting
Room, Administration Building, 477
Houston Street, Green Cove Springs.
THE JACKSONVILLE GE-
NEALOGICAL SOCIETY will present
the 2006 Spring Genealogical Seminar 9
a.m.-4 p.m. Feb. 18, at St. Paul's Church Hall,
2609 Park St,Jacksonville. Pamela Cooper,
genealogy instructor and lecturer at local,
state, and national levels, will speak. Lunch
is included. Visit http://jaxgen.home.com-
cast.net/seminar6.htm
JUNIOR LEAGUE OF JACK-
SONVILLE will hold its annual Whale of
a Sale 8:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 25,
at the Greater Jacksonville Fair & Expo
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day, Feb. 24, includes entertainment, food,
drinks, a preview of sale items and a silent
auction. Preview Party tickets are $30 per
person and must be purchased in advance
by visiting wwwjuniorleagueofjax.org or
calling 387.9927.
IHOP will hold Pankcake Day 7 a.m.-8
p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 28, at both Clay County
locations. Pancake Day, held annually to
benefit children's charities, offers a chance
for guest to receive a free short stack of
pancakes. They can then offer a donation
to Children's Home Society.
AMERICA'S COVER MISS AND
COVER BOY, USA competition will be
2:30 p.m. March 11, at the Orange Park Mall.
There will be 8 age divisions for girls and
boys competing in this event.
THE SOUTHERN GENEALO-
GIST'S EXCHANGE SOCIETY, Inc,
Jacksonville, will hold its' Spring Seminar
on Saturday, March 11, at Park Lane Baptist
Church, 1480 Lake Shore Blvd,Jacksonville.
Speaker: Brent Holcomb, Editor of the
South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Re-
search. Registration fee: SGES Member
$45; Non-member $49. Price includes
lunch. Visit http://sgesjax.tripod.com.
THE GARDEN CLUB OF MIDDLE-
BURG & CC EXTENSION OFFICE will
present a Spring Seminar 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Sat-
urday, March 4, at the Clay County Agri-
cultural Center, 2463 SR 16 West Cost is $17
and includes lunch. Call 282-9143.
ORANGE PARK ATHLETIC ASSO-
CIATION will host a local Pepsi Pitch, Hit,
and Run competition March 25. This com-
petition is free to boys and girls ages 7-14. It
consists of four levels with the top one held
at the Major league baseball All Star game.
Visit www.opaa.us.

RELIGION
BIBLE BELIEVERS CHRISTIAN
FELLOWSHIP CHURCH will host a Re-
vival Crusade 7 p.m. Monday and Tuesday,
Feb. 20-21 at 2106 Park Ave. Call 269-2423.
WHERE EAGLES GATHER MIN-
ISTRY". COTTAGE BIBLE STUDY/
PRAYER will be 9:30 am. every Tuesday in
the home of Lee Keeler. Call 213-1722.
FLEMING ISLAND PRESBYTER-
IAN CHURCH is selling a cookbook con-
taining 181 local recipes for $15 at 1743 CR
220. All proceeds go toward the building
fund. Call 269-2412.
THE EVANGELISM AND HOME
MISSIONS DEPARTMENT of the Green
Cove Springs Congregational Holiness
Church will present missionary programs
10 a.m.-1 p.m. the third Saturday of the
month in the parking lot at Clay Theater.
Meetings include gospel singing and
preaching. Call 284-5089.

HEALTH '
HOSPICE OF JACKSONVILLE is
searching for volunteers. Call 733-9818.
LA LECHE LEAGUE OF ORANGE
PARK/ WEST JACKSONVILLE, a
breastfeeding support group, meets the
second Tuesday of the month at Orange
Park United Methodist Church's Family
Life Center. Call 284-0785 or visit
www.lalecheleague.org.
LYMPHEDEMA AWARENESS
FOUNDATION SUPPORT GROUP
meets 7 p.m. the fourth Monday o f the
month at the Orange Park Cancer Center.
Call 269-9113.
MY LAST DIET PLAN: A free weight
loss support group, will meet 7 p.m. bi-
weekly on Fridays. Call 588-6409.
REHABILITATION DEPARTMENT
OF ORANGE PARK offers a free seminar
4-5 p.m. the first Wednesday of the month.


Call 276-7170.
SPANISH FOR HEALTHCARE
PROFESSIONALS, a 10 week course, will
meet 6-8 p.m. Monday at the Orange Park
Medical Center Banquet Area. The cost is
$50 and includes a textbook. Call 482-0189.
THE CLAY COUNTY VOLUN-
TEER MEDICAL CLINIC will host free
medical care for individuals with inade-
quate or no health insurance at the Clay
County Health Clinic, 3229 Bear Run Blvd.
Call 282-0439.
THE KINDRED HOSPITAL
NORTH FLORIDA will host American
Lung Association Better Breathers Club
Support Group 2 p.m. the fourth Tuesday
of the month. Call 904-284-9230 ext 4085.
UNITED OSTOMY ASSOCIATION
Jacksonville Chapter meets 3p.m. the third
Sunday of the month at Baptist Medical
Center. Call904- 744-4082.

ONGOING EVENTS
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.
BOOK DISCUSSION GROUP of The
Orange Park Library meets 7 p.m. the sec-
ond Tuesday of the month at the library.
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,Palitka and 11 a.m.-12p.m. the first
Monday of the month at Hospice of Jack-
sonville, 8130 Baymeadows Way West, Suite
101. Call (800) 816-0596 or (866) 733-9818.
CAREGIVER/ALZEHEIMER SUP-
PORT GROUP meets 6:30-7:45 p.m. the
third Tuesday of the month at the Orange
Park Senior Center. Call 264- 5977.
CHRISTIAN MOTORCYCLIST AS-
SOCIATION Clay County Chapter meets
6-8 p.m. Friday at Zaxby's at Blanding and
Kingsley and again 5-6 p.m. the fourth Sat-
urday of the month at Orange Ave. Baptist
Church, Green Cove Springs,.with optional
Bible study from 6-7 p.m. Visit cmausa.org.
COMMUNITY HOSPICE OF
NORTHEAST FLORIDA will hold Be-
reavement Support Group meeting 6:30-8
p.m. Thursday, Feb 2-March 9 at 728
Blanding Blvd., Suite 1.
COMPASSIONATE FRIENDS, a non-
profit self-help bereavement support or-
ganization for families, will meet the first
Monday of every month at Trinity Baptist
Church, 3716 SE State Road 21. The non-
denominational organization welcomes
parents, siblings., grandparents, and fami-
ly members. Call (352) 473-7261 or visit
www.thecomgassionatefriends.org.
DISABLED AMERICAN VETER-
ANS 38 meets 7 p.m. the second Tuesday of
each month at 470 Madera Dr., Orange Park.
FIND, a networking group for busi-
nesses, meets 7:30-9:30 a.m. Thursday at
the Eagle Harbor Golf Club. The $10 fee
includes breakfast. Call 213-8564.
GRACE EPISCOPAL CHURCH will
offer its Grief Share Program 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Nov. 8-Jan. 31 at 245 Kingsley Ave., Confer-
ence Room B. A $25 fee for materials will
be imposed and scholarships are available.
Call (904) 264-9981.
IMPROVEJACKSONVILLE COME-
DY THEATRE will host a wine tasting 6
p.m. the second and fourth Friday of the
month. Cost is $10. Call 49-FUNNY.
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
ever), month. Call 213-0701.
MOMS CLUB OF ORANGE PARK /
WESTSIDE will meet 10 a.m. the second
Thursday of the month at Calvary United
Methodist Church, 112 Blanding Blvd.. Call
688-0077 orvisitmomsclubopw@yahoo.comn.
NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS meets
8 p.m. Thursday at St. Mary's Episcopal
Church in Green Cove Springs.
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 the month in the hospital's
Registration Lobby on Kingsley Ave. Visit
www.opmedical.com or call 904-213-2601.
THE ORANGE PARK WOMEN'S
CLUB THRIFT SHOP is open 10 a.m.-1
p.m. Wednesday and Saturdays. Funds
from sales will go for scholarships.
RECOVERY, INC., 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.
RETIRED FEDERAL EMPLOYEES
meets 1 p.m. the second Tuesday of the
month at the Orange Park Public Library.
Call 276-9415.
THE CLAY COUNTY COUPON
CLUB meets 10 a.m. every third Wednes-
day at the Orange Park Library. Call 284-
2937.
THE FRIDAY NIGHT DANCE
CLUB at the Orange Park Lion Club, 423
McIntosh Ave. Active adults, married or
single are invited to attend. Nonmembers
$8 members $6. Call: 463-4449.
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 LI-
BRARY will offer a preschool story hour
10:30 a.m. every Friday for children 3-6
years old. Call 269-6315.
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.
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 former
HamJam site. Call (904) 291-3852.
THE ORANGE PARK WOMEN'S
CLUB THRIFT SHOP is open 10 a.m.-l
p.m. every Wednesday and Saturday at 130
Kingsley Ave. The proceeds are given in
scholarships to high school seniors.
THE QUIGLEY HOUSE offers free
services for victims of sexual assault and
abuse, including counseling, advocacy and
information. Call the confidential 24-hour
hotline: 1-800-339-5017.
THE ROCKIN' REDHATLAND
CHAPTER OF THE RED HAT SOCI-
ETY will meet 6:30 p.m. every third Tues-
day. Call 284-0455.

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PAL from page A-1

told members of the Parks and Recreation
Committee a state grant used to help buy
the 90-acre park in Lake Asbury restricted
its use.
"The state has informed us it would not
be in compliance for what they want to use
it for," Price said.
Price said when he found out about Van
Zant Park he asked county staff to begin
looking for other parcels of at least 20
acres. There's a possible alternative located
on Green Cove Springs' far west side, a 26-
acre site at the end of Sunset Boulevard
that was deeded to the county in 1998 for
use as a park.
There are questions, however, about ac-
cess to the site that would have to be ad-
dressed, he said.
Other county parcels, including two in
Fleming Island, while big enough are land-
locked and not available, he said.
The $38,000 state Green Ways and
Trails grant required county matching
funds and helped purchase the 90 acre
Ronnie Van Zant Park. County officials
said documents signed at the time only
allow the county to use the park for its orig-
inal intended purpose, which is primarily
for recreational trails, a fishing pond and
bike and horseback riding. A softball field
and picnic area was also permitted.
The agreement, signed in 1998, sets a 25-
year restriction on changes that could only
be done with state approval.
Lee said he group would continue to
seek a solution to the problem. He said
Commissioner Harold Rutledge told them
he would look into the matter to find ways
to sidestep the grant restrictions.
The PAL is currently looking for a new
home after the lease on its Green Cove
Springs facility was ended. Sheriff Rick
Beseler said the city initially didn't renew
the leasebecause it appeared a developer
was interested in the property where the


STOLEN TRUCK from page A-1

Smith said when word of the incident
got out in his neighborhood
the response and support was
overwhelming.
"I just want to say thank you
to the people ofJacksonville
and Orange Park, they've
been wonderful," he said.
"When people who live near .
us found out what happened I
literally had people throwing
their keys to me and offering
the use of the vehicle." Kenne
Smith said he was at home McDo
shortly after noon.in the 2500
block of River Place Lane when he looked
out the window and saw his Dodge Ram
3500 being driven away.
"I said,'That ain't right because I'm not
in it'," he said,
Muddy and wet from working as a con-
tract landscaper, Smith said he had
stripped down to his underwear and was
taking his last bite of sandwich when he
saw the truck pull away.
"I grabbed the keys to my wife's mini-
van and my pants and ran out the door,"
he said. "I was literally putting my pants
on as I was starting to drive."
Smith said he left the keys under the
floor mat - a habit he got into several


PAL is located.
When that land deal didn't materialize,
the city of Green Cove Springs offered to
renew the lease. But Beseler said the PAL
wants to find a better location because the
building needs major repairs, including
the restrooms and air conditioning unit,
and because the site is too small to allow for
expansion.
Lee estimated the project's construc-
tion costs would run between $1 million
and $2 million. The organization is asking
the county to donate the land to avoid
buying property and that's why Ronnie
Van Zant Park was considered an attrac-
tive spot, he said.
Lee, who is supervisor of the sheriff's
officejuvenile crime unit, said a civic cen-
ter would give bored teenagers an alterna-
tive to destructive behavior some get
involved in.
"This is why we need a community cen-
ter," Lee said after a recent break-in at Doc-
tors Inlet Elementary where vandals
caused thousands of dollars in damage.
"Kids have too much idle time. They are
very influenced by video games and TV.
Those are bad role models. They need
good role models."
Beseler added the PAL facility would
offer more than sports. It would offer chil-
dren's classes in topics like computers,
home economics and good nutrition.
The PAL provides free sports and life-
skill programs for county children. It cur-
rently has about 300 participants, but
Beseler said he would like to grow that
amount to 3,000.
A critical part of that process, he said, is
finding a centralized location such as the
Lake Asbury area for a 22-acre Civic Cen-
ter complex that would provide both in-
door and outdoor activities such as
basketball, soccer, baseball and boxing.
The sheriff's office has tentatively ap-
proached some businesses about support-
ing the proposal with donations.


years ago when he was working in his
home state of Pennsylvania and lost his
keys on ajob site.
"(The thief) must have gotten
in there and had a couple of
minutes to rummage around
. and find the keys," he said. "It was
S. just enough time to find them."
Driving behind the truck,
Smith said he noticed a small car
was trying to block him from
:. catching up with his vehicle. He
later learned the car was the one
that dropped off the man.
h A. During the chase the stolen
gal pickup was driven through the
parking lotof a Park Avenue car-
wash, which the report says was "full of
employees and customers at the time." No
one was injured and the chase continued.
Smith followed the truck down Stiles
Avenue to Orange Circle South. When the
truck suddenly came to a stop Smith
thought the driver allegedly threw the
truck into reverse and smashed the 14-
foot trailer into the front of Smith's van,
striking it hard enough that it ran into a
parked car.
Able to continue, Smith putrsed the
truck "throughout the city of Orange
Park." The report says at one point the
driver of the stolen vehicle went south-
bound in the northbound lanes of U.S. 17


CHARTER .from page A-1

Member Rob Bradley seemed to speak
ftor ,eeral members when lie said the at-
Iu ge seal coimmissioners could "think
gluball\" i aher than being concerned
abouton i theii o011n disirict-.
If ihe amnirdmenit weri approved,
the seat, wouidd not be up fhi cle:ticni
intil -11118. To staggei the tci m I , onee
seal would iniiall be tor onl\ \ .o
\ea, , llhile thlcothei IIouIl bi for (I ItL.
Concerned their two at-larige men-
beis night li'e liear each oihler. the
-,ilumnlissiolln's aniendcliielnt would ic-
(l tir e ' i-\ co le trom l l e(-l(ial I)It sepa-
i atuc disiI its. Dra\. InIg uI) the ,Jlis i iV
hit llndaries c Iiould be l-t11. t:' ((co iltt\
(c 1iilissionl-eris.iundelr' he ailn 1ndniIc-i.
Bktae\ en as & Iheli- ,n ni niia)N \j ka\ tal ik-
in abom p uinig a second question 1:,i
thie Novembi r 2(100 ballot. anotiher-
qucstiion ii appro ed Iwa.' bein-rg l, ca ked.
Count\ alt,:rnc\ Maik St.:i ub\ told
thie panel its quest ion oln \\ lhcfh a
non-imerfereni e clIause should be
.idded to the Charter should he re-
SiceCd.
"'m li' h iing aditt icult ti le traitlnilg
the ballot question." Sci ub\ said.
ScrLnb\- said he understood the com-
mission's intent - to keep Loni is ion-
ers from meddling in the counln's
da\ -to-da\ operations - but he felt the
wording %wasn't clear.
Commission member Bill Garrison
said six Florida counties have non-in-
terference clauses that sav county om-
missioners are expressi ' for bidden"
from handling dav-to-dav operations, a
role handled b'v the countiV manager.
But Scrubs said he had a question
about that wording as well.
The group later agreed to re0 ie\ tLhe
ballot question at its Feb. 16 meeting.
Stirub\' also said the commnlission
could reword its proposed amend-
ments even alter the public hearing
press. Heat ings are ect for 7 p m
NM., i I 21 ..inI Api 6 a.nd. 17 ai IIc
:ilun i\ .dminiisuti atlun building
C la\ (.o-oiimtv'sihomenirle charter.ap-
pl,., ed in 1991. nequiresd a et iei\ co % n-
nussionbeemp:inellede\er\ four \eJars.


in an attempt to get away.
Smith followed the truck to a residen-
tial area and was following from a dis-
tance when he saw the truck crash into a
large oak tree on Morgan Circle.
The impact was great enough it sent
the trailer flying into a nearby power pole.
"At soine point (before driving it) he
had disconnected the brake line and the
hitch," Smith said. "When he went to stop
there was no way that trailer was going to
stop. It was filled with like 3,000 pounds of
rock and sand and dirt, so when he hit that
pole the trailer shot like 15 feet into the air.
"You know in the movies when a car hits
a power pole and it all explodes into sparks?
Well that's really how it looked," he said.
Thinking the driver was badly injured,
or worse, Smith said he pulled up near the
driver's side door. But then he saw the man
slowly crawling from the crumpled cab,
using the front end of the minivan to
hoist himself out.
Then he took off running.
"I ran him down and caught him and


Cu mmings also reminded com mis-
sion members their \oreon the amend-
ments made it likelL the questions 5 would
appear)on thie No ember 200)6 balloL
Culinmings said that while the Cla\
Couti\ (.Comllmisioners must ' ote to
accept the proposed questions to ap-
pear oni the ballot, theii \ote is onl\ a
i-rmalit."
"It'sa er\ song lkelhhood what L-
er \,ou approve will be on thle ballot lin
No eimnber ." ht said.
In other business, the commission
* fabled discOusioni iiiil its Feb 16
meeting oltn w hcthei tol ask )Ltets it
( la\ CoU,,it\ should ha\e mne of theC
coinniis .io,; n sc:mas cleciLd as a "ih.tii -
13anolf [e b,:a;ud"or "inaa\0o."
'.' eral memihe s opposed the ]dea.
But (..LonuiinilMn melmb,:rs R-_Iob
Bradhl\ and Ro\ L\ons appeal ed to
_aw\ seie- al othieri when the' a.g ned
C.lI,' C ulints lackss,.nimeone , h1o \,i id
be a consistent leader. ins tead of ha' ing
coinniifissionLrs take one-sear term as,
hai111man11
Howe\e i. thee weie q'estiois al)oit
whe tle all C mmissio i'l nicii ers
could run for this seat or just two at-
large seats-assuming otherr sagreedl t1,
amend the charter to add them.
Approved member LUna Cornelits's
motion to econimend the CoulntV re-
quire new employees be trained on the
count\ charter. The commission plans
to make several non-binding recom-
mendations to count' commissioners.
Agreed to recommend future Char-
ter Review Commissions consider
using outside counsel instead of the
count\ attorney. Commission member
Karen Lake of Ke\ stone Heights said
she wasn't criticizing Scrub\ with the
reconunmendation but saw it as an "e'o-
lutionat s piocess."
Scrub\ agreed ani outside counsel
would eliiiinaIte the appearance of
conflict o.'t interest and keep the com-
nmi,_ijon copipletcl\ separate fronmCla
(_ , l \ ', ., U - IIIll t l
But thie panel ejected Disut ic 3 Irp-
resentatie M ar\ Cooperman's propos-
al ct hire charter tie iew attorney Allen
\Wattsf ... Columbia Count\.


he was screaming like a little girl," Smith
said. "It took maybe 10 seconds and I was
on top of him. I took him and threw him
to the ground and just drove him into the
pavement and held his arms behind him."
When police arrived Smith said he got
off the man and took a submission posi-
tion, thinking officers might arrest him
for following the man. Instead they con-
gratulated him.
"They came up and told me I was a
hero," he said.
After the incident electricity was
knocked out to several homes. Neighbors
who had come out to see what happened
began to cheer and clap when they saw
Smith holding the man on the ground.
The Clay County Sheriff's Office said
it continues to investigate the incident.
Smith said he wasn't as much scared, as
he was angry when he began the chase.
"Should I have followed him? No," he
said answering his own question. "But I
wanted him to pay for stealing my truck,
the only one I have and my lifeblood."


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FEBRUARY 9-FEBRUARY 15, 2006 EDITION


Section B of three sections * VOL. 36


ATTENTIONM!! BOYS AND GIRLS AGES 4-17
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L\ Three locationsBarco-Mewton Family YMCA (Fleming Island) 278-9622
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State Finals Bound
Fleming Island and St. Johns advance to state finals


By TL Cochran. Correspondent


FLEMINIG ISLAND - "\\tie . 'iii t0 the"
finals.". claimed Flemiiir, iWland head
coach Da icll I\e as his linlug Eagles,
downmied lthe Fi t \Va lton Btachl Lads
(_.rY ti ai.lls ." I2 10 ,I ll I h il ",ir t I 'e�_'le^ alI
title and ta trip to the tinial t irii at L,-ck-
l.iat il iadiuim in Fort Lauderdale that
began \\ednesda\.Feb.S.
The Lad\ Eaglescontr lied theganime
fr 11 .-la tl 1, I ini [hi .I [I. th \ tL 0nllllllt.,ll* pie.�.'urerd hict Lad% C.otiit'i . '-o i cu.u ic bitn
%(ereonll able to score oneil slit half goal
Shiclh rei.ilted in a 1-1 tie ait the half.
With the earl\ pressure applied b%
the Eagles. Forit \\altoni, coach iiecot-L
iized that his t[ean was in trouble and
decided io dciop a tornward hack to sup-
poi i his inidfielders.
In spite of the extra de fensi-_e help.
Fleniing Island freshnian Kaitlin Bai-
l\ put thlie Eagles on [he score-ioaid
fiist il[h 23:2. left in the- opening half,


shi cauJ I Iht a I:all
I on hliel I ht
.I It( t(d Ionce.. Ihen
shoit a bullet into
[lthe back ot the net
lii, the _,l_-O lie.
Hmci\el,. Foi
\Val lon (a.ine bat k
and'BrezN\ Hupp
(sco0edl, i hicakal\va.i\
gl II [ h-ill ,a [ e1 11.

As[ the second
half began, o did
[lthe rain and rmind.
Butall iicfalnlin at-
tendance %%ere not
scared a%%a,: the\
hung in there to
< h -er their tcalnl,
(in and at [lthe 3i:2"
in1a ik it the 5ci.ond
halt, La.d\ Ck u ar


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CORRESPONDENT PHOTO BY TONYA DAVIE
Annie Bobbitt (center), Kaili Torres, left, Molly Richardson and Hayley Flynn celebrate
following the win.


CURRKL[,'iONDULN I 'HOlI ' I L LiOL I-I MN
Jane Buzzell (4) and the Lady Eagles are
all smiles after her game-winning goal.

fol .wa id l sala Ltegel s_ upi is.-d Eagles
oalktpetl .saia Facdcisc:hmit h\ h .o i -
ing on .1 fit e kick t.i, the 2 -1 lead.
T(- nns- moimnt tollocwed kih thlie LIad\
EaLglesas tlie\ trailed 2-1 aind thrci fiinal-
fo II i ,plirat lin slsic l\ I -ke.d a. a\.
HoB \ \ e i, i ihU \.' " ti ft I ll tll- [ilt:
altti a Lad E.ile plaiei was kniockted
down within the goal box that resulted in
a penalty kick.
Fleming Island'sJane Buzzell who had
been double teamed all night stepped up
for the penalty kick and with everything
on the line she shook off the pressure and
slipped the ball into the lower right cor-
ner for the score to again tie the game at
two and that's how it ended after eighty-
minutes of regulation play.
After an evenly and scoreless first
overtime period, things began to heat up
in the second extra frame.
The Lady Cougars pressured the
Fleming Island net and with six minutes
left, the Cougars tried an all out assault
on goalkeeper Federschmidt who made
a spectacular save to keep the game tied.
Federschmidt then punted past midfield
and Buzzell was there to field it, she dribbled
past two Cougar players and drilled a shot
FINAL FOUR continued on page B-4


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socks). T-ball ages 4-6 $65.00 baseball/
softball ages 7-12 $90.00 and times are
Tuesday & Thursday 6pm to 8pm and
Saturday 9am to 2pm.
For more information call 264-1910
or visit www.bel-med.comn

MAM registration
Middleburg Athletic Association
(MAA) is looking for spirited girls and boys
in the age range of 5-15 to come and play
baseball/softball for the spring 2005 sea-
son. We offer children the opportunity to
learn baseball skills, teamwork and sports-
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Registration dates are Saturdays,
Jan.14, 21 and 28 from 9am - 1pm and
Tucsdays,Jan. 17 and 24 from 6:30pmn- 8
pm for a fee of $100.
Late registration dates are TuesdayJan.
31, and Friday, Feb. 3 from 6:30 pm - 8pmr
and again on Saturday Feb. 4th from 9am
- 1pm. Late registration fee is $110.
Registrations may be taken after Feb.
4th depending on availability with a fee
of $120. There is a $5 discount for addi-
tional children.
Registration fee covers complete uni-
form, insurance and JUA umpire fees.
Bring copy of birth certificate.
You can also visit online at www.mid-
dleburgathleticassociation.com for


park happenings and registration.
. Take advantage of the online regis-
tration for spring 2005 baseball and soft-
ball and pay only $95.00. Coaches'
applications are due Jan. 21st and are
subject to background check.

Bandits' softball tryouts
The Jacksonville Bandits fast pitch
softball team will be having tryouts.for
their U14 travel team on Mondays and
Thursday beginning Feb. 2.
Practices will be held at the Equestri-
an Center Softball Fields (Field 1) at 13611
Normandy Blvd. From 6:30pm to 8pm


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P.O. Box 324 D.I. 32030
272-5433
LAKESIDE COMMUNITY CHURCH
Pastor Craig Bowen
564 Tara Farms Dr. (across front 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. Steplhen Valliere, Pastor
9:30 Sunday School, 10:45 Worship and
6 p.m. Wed. 7 p.m.
FLEMING ISLAND
CHRIST CHURCH FLEMING ISLAND
Meeting Day: Saturdays
Meeting Time: 6:00 p.m.
Meeting a:Fleming Island United Meth. Church,
7170 17 South
886-3961
FLEMING ISLAND
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Dr. Jim Weldon Jr., Pastor
1743 CR 220, Orange Park
553-8493
FLEMING ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH
Brother Timothy, Pastor
1871 CR 220 * 264-4370
HIBERNIA BAPTIST CHURCH
Meets at Paterson Elementary School
Scott Yirka, Pastor
215-2488 or 704-5965
HERITAGE BAPTIST
4325 Hwy. 17S. * 269-2405
PATHWAY CHURCH
F.I. Elementary, Lakeshore Dr. E.
10 a.m. Sunday
Teaching Pastor: Russell Franklin
541-009
SEVENTH DAYADVENTIST CHURCH
David Swinyer. Pastor
4501 U.S. 17 S.
269-2607
SACRED HEART CATHOLIC CHURCH
Fr. Donal, Pastor
7190 Hwy 17 S.
284-38 11 "
GREEN COVE SPRINGS
ABUNDANT LIFE
CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP
Pastor Scott Becker '
91 Branscomb Rd. Green Core Springt
FL. 32043 * 282-3060
Sunday Worship 10:30am & 6prn
at Lake Asburv Jr High


Wed. Family Prayer 7:00pim at 91 Branscromb Rd.
"Romans, Charpter II- But ie aire snre that the
judgment ofGod i.s accoaning to tmath against them
wihicdi connit snch things ".
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 - Hoi)me 2-1-5913
CROSSROAD LUTHERAN MEETS AT
THUNDERBOLT ELEMENTARY
2020 Thunderbolt Dr.,
Fleming Island Plantation
Rev. James Graeser
264-6575 .
DECOY BAPTIST CHURCH
Bobby Baker
671 Decoy Rd.
284-5223 '
DEFENDER'S MINISTRY
Rev. Dave Talbot
FAITH BAPTIST TEMPLE
Rev. Henrv Bowsen
4330 CR- I5A
FIRST AFRICAN BAPTIST CHURCH
433 Palmetto Ave. 284-5490
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
615 Walnut St.
284-9231
Pastor Anselino Castano
FIRST HAITIAN CHURCH
Rev. Fritzner Jean
1489 Russell Rd.
FIRST UNITED PENTECOSTAL
' l It , I �
Green Cove Springs, FL 32043
Sun. @ 2 p.m.; Thurs. @ 7 p.m.
1-888-356-6991 for more mln.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Rev. W. Hunter Camtp, 11
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 Haves - Pastor
Sun. School 10- 11 a.m.
Worship Service II - Noon
Sunday Eve. 6 p.mn. - 7:30 pm.
Wed. Eve. 6:3 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 Hwy 17
Green Cove Springs
529-5229
HICKORY GROVE BAPTIST
Pastor Michael Madans
310 South Oakridge Ave.
Green Cove Springs
284-3311
KINGDOM OF GOD IN CHRIST
Elder Scott
1205 Houston Si.
LAKE ASBURY BAPTIST CHURCH
Tro, Grant
2674 Henlev 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. Darcev Moser. Jr.
2001 Deel Rd.
ORANGE AVE. BAPTIST
Dr. H. Mark Nicholson
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 Herzoo
Old Church Rd., Riibemia
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 Bruce Butler
P.O. Box 534
BEULAH BAPTIST
Rev. Wescoat Holloway
4579 SR-21
Sun. Sch. 9:45a.m./Chun:h 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"
i i.. _. Caroline Blvd.

.SUNRISE BAPTIST CHURCH
1015 IdlewildAve.,C. :.iC, r .i. :
Sunday Sch9:30a.m ...., it .. ,
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 Eneel. Pastor
3760 SR 21. IH
., ,, . ... , . am., Worship 10:30 a .m.

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
OF KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
Hwy. 100
FRIENDSHIP BIBLE CHURCH
Rev. Lloyd Greenc, Pastor
1155 Orchid Avenuec
(Comer Hwy. 21 & Orchid Ave.)
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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Hwy. 21 * 473-0602
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD
SR 100 High Ridge Estates
KEYSTONE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Jell Katlz. Pastor
IhI v. 21 S.
8: & I i:00 Traditional * 9:30 Contemnporary
352-473-3829


MIDDLEBURG
APOSTOLIC LIGHTHOUSE
OF MIDDLEBURG
Pastor M. David Goodman
4182 CR 218 Suite 6
Middleburg. Fl 32068
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BLACK CREEK CHURCH OF CHRIST
3216 State Rd. 218 * 282-4033
BLACK POND BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. Charlie Hunt, Senior Pastor
Rev. Russell Hall, Associate Pastor
3644 Old Jennings Rd., Middleburg FL 32068
282-5718
BRANAN FIELD BAPTIST CHURCH
Pastor Jack Lee
908 Brannanfield Rd.
282-7970
CALVARY BAPTIST
Pastor Ken Pledger
1532 Longbay Rd.
282-0407 "
CINNAMON STREET BAPTIST CHURCH
Dr. Lee Roy Dalrymple
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
: , . I r . I ' - ....
Sunday Worship 10:45 a.nm.

282-1466
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Dr. C. Alan Floyd Jr.
2645 Blandina Blvd.
282-5289 -
FIRST CHURCH OF GOD
Rev. Jesse McLain
", , 1.1 i, ,,, ,. r 1


GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH
Pastor Edward L. Weinberg
Everett Avenue,
Middleburg
282-7777
Pastor Melvin Register
KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST CHURCH
_In H|rIt-ho P'io,'r
Starke, PF 320991
Sunday School 9:45
Sunday Worship 11 a.m. & 7 p.m.
Wednesday Prayer Service 7 p.m.
LIVING WATERS OF MIDDLEBURG
Dennis Mills, Pastor
5118 County Road 218 West
291-0704
MADEIRA BAPTIST
Dr. Jerry Robinson, Pastor
1650 Blanding. Middleburg
291-1880 -
MAXVILLE ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Rev. Linda Adkins
9140 Hwy. 301, Mxvl 289-9727
MIDDLEBURG CHURCH OF GOD
2728 Howard Rd.
282-2957
MIDDLEBURG PRESBYTERIAN
Rev. John Nicolson
4564 Rosemary St.
282-0130
MIDDLEBURG UNITED METHODIST
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


SALVATION ARMY
2795 CR220
' 276-6677
SOUTH MIDDLEBURG BAPTIST CHURCH
Calvin Childers, Pastor
4565 Alligator Blvd.
282-9134
ST. LUKE'S CATHOLIC CHURCH
1606 Blandine Blvd.
282-0439
ST. PETER'S LUTHERAN
1614 Blandint Blvd.
282-8876
VINEYARD CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP
Ron Stephans
R.O. Bo\ 862 or 3114 CR 220
904-282-0310
ORANGE PARK
ABUNDANTJOYCHRISTAN FELLOWSHIP
999 Blanding Blvd.
213-0048 -
Pastor Rev. Donald P. Taylor
.ADVENT LUTHERAN CHURCH
2156 Loch Rane Blvd.
Pastors: Robert Hale
272-6370
ASBURY UNITED METHODIST
CHURCH OF ORANGE PARK
Re\. Linda Standiter
16 College Dr.
272-0110
BAHA'I - 800-22-UNITE
BE READY MINISTRIES
First Christian-Jewish Fellowship
Spirit and Truth Worship Center
Across From Grove Park Elentm on
Miller & Gano.
264-6791, 778-1869, 800-445-9955
BEREAN BAPTIST CHURCH
Dr. Tom Neal
4459 U.S. Hwy. 17 S.
BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH
Dr. Paul Fowler, Pastor
3060 Moody Rd.
BIBLE BELIEVERS
Christian Fellowship
Pastor Cnrtis A.Beekeles Sr.
2106 Park Avenue
269-2423
BUCKMAN BRIDGE
UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST SOCIETY
, .'T " H.....I
Orantc Park, FL 32067
276-4739
CALVARY ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Pastor Lamar Jacks
9 Knieht Boxx Rd.
272-5"74
CALVARY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
112 Blanding Blvd.
Ret. Roy Harris -272-4210
CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH
942 Oak Lane
Pastor Johnny Thomas 276-9099
CHRISTIAN FAITH CENTER
922B Blandino Blvd.
Wendell A. Shbi. Minister Mark Sellers.
Minister
276-01310
CHRISTIAN LIFE CENTER
Meets Sunda) at 2:00 at Wilson Inn on
Collins Road
FAITH COMMUNITY CHURCH OF GOD
J.A. Jones, Pastor
DeBarry & Gano - 264-7540
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
OF ORANGE PARK
Da\ id Tarkington. Pastor
1140 Kinaslev A\e
264-2351' '
FIRST CHRISTIAN
CHURCH OF ORANGE PARK
Dr. Bob Bole. Pastor
2876 Mo\Ii Rd
2'2 iali


GOOD SAMARITAN EPISCOPAL CHURCH
1146 Blanding Blvd.
272-3111
GRACE EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Rev. Samuel C. Pascoe
)a . I- ,.. I. Ave.

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 I11:00 am

ISLAND VIEW BAPTIST CHURCH
Dr. WM. Scott Conner
900 Hwy. 17
264-6411
LAKESIDE CHURCH OF CHRIST
Mike Kino. Mitnier
2539 Moody Rd.
264-2463
LIVING WORD COMMUNITY CHURCH
512 Kinisley Ave. 10:30 a.m. service
904-264-8133
Pastor Eric Jaffe
Sww.hlwcconline.org
MOOSEHAVEN CHAPEL
278-1210
NEW HORIZONS ORANGE PARK
-.,I i sl.' I ,
Sunday 9 am.
Bible Study 10:30 am.
OAK LEAF BAPTIST CHURCH
Pastor Robert Ball .
1980 Wells Road (near Toys R Us).
213-9894
ORANGE PARK CHURCHOF CHRIST
Terrace Rfioden, Preacher
1365 Kinosley Ave. OP, FL 32067
P.O. Box53 - 264-4833
ORANGE PARK UNITED
METHODIST CHURCH
Lee Ann Inman, Pastor
Worship 8:15, 9:15, 9:30. 11:00
152 Stowe Ave..
264-2241
ORANGE PARK ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Allan Wi .ns, Pastor
Services '1030"a.m. & 6 p.m.
1324 Kinzslev Ave.
264-5961"
ORANGE PARK CHURCH
OF THE NAZARENE
3212 Moody Rd. * 269-5623
ORANGE COVE SEVENTH-DAY
ADVENTIST CHURCH
Da\e Swinvar. Pastor
4501 US Hwy 17 South
269-2607
ORANGE PARK PRESBYTERIAN
Reo. Tim Roberts
Sunday School 9:30a.m and I 1:00)am
Worship 9:15a.m. & I la.m.
1905 Park Avenue
264-0536
www.oppresby.com
RIDGEWOOD BAPTIST
Dr. Hal Fletcher


ST. CATHERINE'S CATHOLIC CHURCH
1649 Kingsley Ave. * 264-0577
ST. GILES PRESBYTERIAN
Troy Lewis. Pastor


ST. JAMES AME CHURCH
Alesia Scott-Ford, Pastor
504 Mclntosh Ale.
278-7037
Sunday Sern ice I a.m.
NEW BEGINNINGS CHRISTIAN
FELLOWSHIP
Pastor Jeerr Larkford
1134 Blanidl Blid -272-1017
VINEYARD CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP
OF ORANGE PARK
109 Industrial Loop N
Oran, e Ptrkt' Fl. 3273
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Three Clay High athletes



moving on to next level


By Horace Davis, Staff
hdavis@jcpgroupxcoun

GREEN COVE SPRINGS - Three Clay
High athletes signed their names on na-
tional signing day Wednesday, Feb 1 to
continue their athletic endeavors at the
college level.


portunity for Damon and we are very
proud of him, even if he ends his football
career he will have a very nice future
setup for him. I am retired Navy and I
know the great opportunities the military
presents," said Edward.
Offensive tackle DJ Scott who provided
protection for Pifer over the last two sea-


STAFF PHOTOS BY HORACE DAVIS
Joining Samantha are from left, her mother Cindy, Clay soccer coach Ernie Speed, sis-
ter Mackenzie and father Zeke.


Parents Edward and Jeannie join Damon during national signing day.


soccer team Armstrong Atlantic State
University in Savannah, GA and willjoin
former club teammate and county rival
from Ridgeview Lyndsi Stricklen who
currently plays for the Lady Pirates.
Held, who has been the glue of the
Lady Devils defense over the past several
seasons was very excited about the offer
from Armstrong Atlantic stating, "I had
other offers but Armstrong offered a full
scholarship and it is not too far away.from
home and I know a couple of players on


the team. However, I know there will be
great competition up there because they
have two other goalies on the roster."
Held's parents Francis (Zeke) and
Cindy joined her at the signing and said,
"This truly is a blessing, initially some re-
ports were out that she had verbally com-
mitted somewhere else which was not
true but Armstrong head coach Eric
Faulkner saw Samantha at a tournament
in Miami and they talked, from there
everything fell into place," said Cindy.


Parents Lisa and Arthur join DJ during his signing with ECU.


Quarterback Damon Pifer who ended
a stellar career as a three-year starter with
the Blue Devils signed a Division 1-A
scholarship with the Air Force Academy
and will enter the Academy in Colorado
Springs this August with hopes of vying
for a starting position his sophomore year.
"I am very excited about the opportu-
nity," said Pifer.
"My first year will be spent at the Prep
School and as long as I keep my grades up
I will be play in my sophomore year,
hopefully as a starter. Currently there is a
senior who is starting but after that the
competition will be open," he added.
Joining Pifer at the signing were his
parents Edward andjeannie Pifer who
were just as excited, "This is a great op-


sons signed a letter with Division 1-A East
Carolina University in Greenville, NC.
The 6-foot-6, 310-pound Scott fell in love
with the East Carolina and verbally com-
mitted to the school before his senior year
began said,"I am looking forward to getting
there this year and hope to start as a fresh-
man, they lost seven seniors on the offensive
line and I believe I can step right in," he said.
Scott's parents Lisa and Arthur joined
him for thejoyous occasion and said,"Just
as DJ fell in love with the campus at East
Carolina we did as well, we know he will
get a great education and will excel play-
ing football," said his mother Lisa.
In addition to the football players that
signed, Lady Blue Devil soccer goalkeep-
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St. Johns victory leads to another final four visit


By Charlie Rector, Correspondent

ORANGE PARK - The St.Johns Country
Day Lady Spartans held off a late threat
by the Lady Eagles of Gainesville Oak
Hall to win 3-2 and advance to the state
soccer final four in Fort Lauderdale be-
ginning tomorrow night when they play
Orangewood Christian in the Class 2A
semi-final round.
When the finals begin it will not be
un-chartered waters for St.Johns, this will
be their third consecutive visit to the state
finals, after losing 1-0 in 2004 to Ameri-
can Heritage they rebounded last year to
beat them 2-1 for the state title during
penalty kick play.
"This is a awesome feeling," said St.
Johns head coach Mike Pickett.
"Especially with this young group, as
Said before they are so young and they
just play the game and have fun doing
it," he added.
The first half belonged to the
youthful group of Lady Spartans as 8th
grader Kara Moore produced the first
goal with a long outside shot that Oak
Hall goalkeeper Morgan Johnson
could not handle, then 7th grader

FINAL FOUR from page B-1

fromjust beyond the reach of thegoalkeep-
er for the winning overtime goal to send the
LadyEaglesto theirfirststatefinalsappear-
ance in the school's three-year history.
"This is awesome, I can't believe we're
going to the final four," said Buzzell mo-
ments after delivering the game-tying
and game-winning goals.
"All of us wanted this badly, we played


. Haley Flynn banked in a shot off the
right goal post for the 2-0 lead before
the half ended.
Eric Standish posted the third and
final goal for St.John's shortly into the sec-
ond half and this goal proved to be vital as
the Lady Spartans held on for the 3-2 win.
Although Oak Hall had just four shots
in the game, they were able to climb back
into it when Emily Shore beat Brooke
Chancy at the 15-minute mark of the sec-
ond half to pull within 3-1.
Then just minutes later Samantha
Bleiweis pulled Oak Hall to just a one-
goal deficit when she converted a shot
but that would be as close as they got
because the Spartans defense buckled
down to cash in a return trip to the
final four.
"We really played well as a team," said
Pickett.
"Those late goals added some excite-
ment but Oak Hall has been our long-
time rival, we've ended each others
seasons many times before," he added.
Now the stage is set for StJohns and
American Heritage to renew their state
finals rivalry if both teams can get one
more win in the state semi-finals.

a very good game tonight and I'm glad I
was able to finish those kicks. It's unbe-
lievable," she added.
Goalkeeper Sara Federschmidt added,
"Our team practices are great, they keep
me really focused with all the hard shots
and that really helps my reaction time."
An amazed Coach Ivey said, "This
game came down to who wanted it more
and I know my girls wanted it bad. Even
when were losing 2-11 told the girl's just
give us five minutes and there it was."


CORRESPONDENT PHOTOS BY TL COCHRAN
St. Johns Erin Standish (14) battles an Oak Hall player for possession. Standish would
score the game winner.


The Lady Eagles realize they are headed to Lakeland for the soccer state finals.


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Lady Spartans Jacquelyn Armstrong steals the ball from an Oak Hall player.


Penalty kick leads Keystone in Region 2 finals


Special from Cliff Smelley

KESYTONE HEIGHTS - Brad Gober
scored his team's lone goal in regulation,
and then had the clinching goal in a
penalty kick period, propelling the Key-
stone Heights boys' soccer team to a 2-1
win over visiting Winter Park Trinity
Prep in a Region 2-Class 3A semifinal
match Tuesday, Feb. 7.
The Indians, who improved to 11-9-6,
advanced to the regional finals for the
second straight year and will play host to
Trinity Catholic tomorrow at 7p.m.


The teams had to resort to penalty
kicks to settle the outcome after regula-
tioni ended in a 1-1 tie and two sudden-
death periods resulted in no goals.
Michael McLeod and Branden Waters
were successful on their penalty kick at-
tempts before Gober's match winner.
"He's our sophomore captain," Key-
stone head coach Trevor Waters said of
Gober. "The reason he's captain is be-
cause of the way he plays. He goes out
there every game and plays hard."
Gober kept his teams' season alive
when he scored a goal with approximate-


ly ten minutes left in regulation.
Meanwhile, Keystone's defense rose to
the challenge after allowing a goal, which
was taken at point-blank range in the 14th
minute.
Waters could not say enough about
the effort against a team that had defeat-
ed a district opponent of Keystone's, Cres-
cent City by scores of 5-0 and 7-0 this
season.
"Our defensive performance was ex-
cellent," Waters said.
"To hold that team like that to one goal
is amazing."


St. Johns to begin football program next season


By Horace Davis, Staff
hdavis@jcpgroup.com

ORANGE PARK - Add one more football
program to the area as SLJohns Country Day
School's Board of Directors approved the
vote to add football to their sports program.
"Everyone is very excited here," said
Carol Gay, Alumni Relations and Publi-
cations Director.
"With football coming to the school
boy's soccer will now move to the winter


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


season in Class 2A and that had been a
topic of discussion over the last few
years," she added.
St.Johns has a student population of
only 760 students butjust 235 of those are
in the upper school, this year's senior class
has 63 students while next year will be
somewhere in the range of 55.
With football season less than six
months away headmaster Greg Foster and
his staff are searching for a head coach.
"The first thing on the table is to find


a head coach," said Foster.
"Following the head coaching search
will be scheduling some opponents."
The Spartans will play a limited
schedule that will include independent
schools around the state and the with
the success of Potter's House Christian
Academy in Jacksonville who is a small
school but reached the Region IA fi-
nals before losing to Warner Christian,
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Broncos stampede continues


By Tonya Davie, Correspondent

MIDDLEBURG .- It's going on two
months since the last time the Middle-
burg Broncos boys soccer team last tasted
defeat and at this juncture of the season
they hope they won't anymore.
The Broncos, winners of 18 of
their last 20 games are now just one-
game shy of the final four after de-
feating Pensacola Washington 3-2


Goodwin.
Prior to the win over Tallahassee Leon,
Middleburg dominated Fernandina
Beach from start to finish to get their
first regional victory in over twenty-years
and forward Zech Townsend got things
started with an early goal and. added
three assists.
Townsend put the Broncos in front
with just six minutes of the game clock
in the opening half; he took a pass from


CORRESPONDENT PHOTOS BY TONYA DAVIE
Middleburg's Michael Gibbs, from left facing camera, and Michael McDonald share
smiles with teammates after their dominating wins over Fernandina.


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Middleburg's Michael McDonald (9) heads the. ball away from Fernandina's Winston
Overton (8).


Tuesday night.
Middleburg will now host Bishop
Kenny tomorrow night at 7 p.m.
The last time Middleburg made itto
the state finals, Coach Goodwin's stepfa-
ther was part of the team in 1984.
"These guys are in un-chartered terri-
tory now", said Bronco head coach Adam


forward Michael McDonald who had
split two defenders before finding a
wide-open Townsend who only had to
tap the ball past Pirates goalkeeper
Mike Wilson.
That was all the offense Middleburg
goalkeeper Michael Gibbs would need
tonight, every offensive advancement


Fernandina tried, Gibbs was there. On
one save he dove to the left of the net to
catch the ball in mid-air to keep the Pi-
rates off the scoreboard. He had six saves
in the contest.
Midway into the first half the Broncos
added to their lead when Townsend re-
paid McDonald for the first goal. This
time McDonald was on the receiving end
of a pass and beat Pirate keeper Wilson
with a shot just inside the left goal post
and the Broncos led 2-0 as the home
crowd went wild.
Middleburg added two-second half
goals as they out shot the Pirates 16-9 and
Devin Tully and Cody Spanbauer both
scored on headers for the insurance goals
Middleburg needed.
"This is a great season we have going'."
said senior Michael McDonald.
"I've been at this school for four years


and this is the first year we've made it past
the quarterfinals. I hope we can keep
playing this good and keep it going," he
added.
"It was great to see all of our fans out
here tonight," said Zech Townsend.
"Our fans are a big supporters of us
and it is a great feeling to get the win for
them," he added.
Fourth year head coach Goodwin
added, "This is their first real big achieve-
ment and hopefully not the last."
Meanwhile the Golden Eagles sea-
son ended with a 3-2 loss to Tallahassee
Leon last night.
Fleming Island had advanced to
meet Leon after shutting out Ocala
Forest 2-0 last week on goals by Ryan
Iocke and Zack Papuga.
Fleming Island ends their first sea-"
son in 5A with an 15-7-6 record.


Boys district tourney gets underway


By Horace Davis, Staff
hdavis@jcpgroup.com

ORANGE PARK - An exciting regular
season of boys basketball ended here in
Clay County with Orange Park edging
Ridgeview and Clay for the top spot in the
newly created St. Johns River Athletic
Conference.
Now all the teams will shift their focus
to the district tournament that begins this
week at several sites around the city and
here is a brief look at what each team will
need to do to survive the district tourna-
ment and enter regional play.
District 1-6A at Mandarin - The Or-
ange Park Raiders ended the season on
high note; they blasted the Clay Blue Dev-
ils at home and then went on the road to
defeat the Ridgeview Panthers in front of
what may have been the largest crowd in
school history.
Although the Raiders lost to Nease in
the conference championship game 53-
48 head coach Darrel Lauderdale hopes
they are peaking at the right time.
Orange Park will open district play on
Friday at 6 p.m. against Gainesville Buch-
holz whom they split with this season.
Senior Mark Marlar has been a force
for the Raiders and will need to con-
tinue to assert himself on both ends of
the court, while junior Mike Speicher-
Harris a threat from anywhere on the
floor will need to continue to stroke
the ball.
However, the Raiders must control the
defensive backboards with Sencoa Craw-
ford and Tristan Choo-Quan if they look
to advance.
Also sophomore point guard Jerome
Clyburn will need to control the tempo
of the game and continue to play as well
as he has as of late.


District 3-5A at Wolfson - The young
Golden Eagles and Coach Ivin Gunder
will be hard pressed to come out one of the
toughest districts in the city that includes
the likes of First Coast, Wolfson and Lee.
However, with a late season 73-57 vic-
tory over county rival Ridgeview, Gunder
hopes they can build momentum on that
kind of win.
Senior Aaron Wilson will have to lead
the way while 6-foot-7-inch center Justin
Stokes will have to be a force inside for
the Eagles to have any chance to survive.
Sophomore guards Will Frey and
Bretton Woods will have to grow up
quickly and handle full-court pressure
much of the way and Chris Kynord will
have to come off the bench with some
much needed scoring help.
The Eagles opened play last night
against top-seed First Coast.
District 5-4A at Menendez - In spite
of winning the district and going 18-6
the Blue Devils have gone into a tailspin
to end the season and lost 2 of their
final 3 contests.
Senior center Blake Elrod has played
big at times throughout the season and
senior Damon Pifer remains the teams'
first scoring option while averaging just
over 12 points this season.
However, Clay lost perimeter shooter
Marcel Huggins who could open the
floor up for the inside play of Elrod and
Wannick Cime and backup point guard
Trey Davis who would give starter CJ
Jackson a breather, so now they must rely
more heavily on the scoring of Pifer.
Sophomore point guard Jackson will
have to carry the load against teams that
press and that has given Clay problems
much off the season.
Clarence Hampshire has been a
breath of fresh air off the bench for head


coach Gary Gartin but with the loss of
Huggins, Craig Williams will need to
come on and nail some perimeter shots.
Clay will play either St. Augustine or
Palatka on Friday at 7:30 p.m. with both
they've split.
- Even though Clay won the district it
may be tough for them to come out alive,
with the losses of Huggins and Davis it re-
quires Gartin to move Pifer to the point
thus meaning he loses Pifer's scoring
punch from the wing.
District 3-4A at Starke Bradfoid -
Middleburg lost to Baker County on
Tuesday to end their season with a 6-20
record while Ridgeview will be in action
Friday night against Suwannee or tour-
nament host Bradford at 7:30 p.m.
The Panthers began the season with 11
straight wins but have gone just 7-7 over
the final 14 games.
However, some of those loses came
against the likes of Miami Monsignor


Pace and a one-point loss to top-seed
Alachua Santa Fe whom they very well
could meet in the championship game
Saturday night for the rematch.
Ridgeview head coach Rob Feltner
scheduled tough teams this season and
pulled an upset over 5A Auburndale to
get ready for districts and regional play.
The Panthers rely heavily on their
perimeter shooting provided by seniors
* Joe Everett, Charles Gilbert, Jamal
Godette and Jerred Longmire, while
sophomore Evan Reece comes off the
bench.
The Panthers can shoot with anybody,
however, Ridgeview lacks size and strong
inside play. Teams with a strong inside
presence or big bodies in the low-post can
pose problems for the Panthers.
But look for the Panthers to move
past the districts and we'll see if they
can get that elusive first win in region-
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Girl's 2006 softball preview


By Horace Davis, Staff
hdavis@jcpgroup.com

ORANGE PARK - As the 2006 softball
season begins we would like to take a brief
look at what should be an interesting sea-
son that has a few story lines to accompa-
ny them.
First we had the off-season move by the
Florida High School Athletic Association
(FHSAA) to place the pitching rubber
back three feet from 40 to 43-feet, how
will this affect pitchers and hitters alike.
Second we had three schools naming
new coaches, Middleburg actually
named two, first Suzie Hermes Davis who
is pregnant but now they switched to
Janiece Bollmer.
Then to add fuel to a county rivalry,
Orange Park and Fleming Island named
a father and daughter to take over their
respective programs.
Veteran coachJohn Schlictman took
over at Orange Park, while pitching sen-
sation Heather Schlictman took over the
reins at Fleming Island and they began
battle Tuesday night with Orange Park
defeating Fleming Island 10-0 at home..
Orange Park Lady Raiders - The Lady),
Raiders and Coach Schlictman should be
in good shape this year, even though they
lost the most dominant pitcher over the last
three years in the area in Ryan Rogge, they),
return the core group of players, including
senior centerfielder Ashley Howard and
senior catcher Kym Collins that gives them
strength on defense up the middle.
Coach Schlictman believes in sound
fundamental ball and stresses good de-
fense and sound pitching.
"Good pitching, sound defense and
doing the little things like taking the
extra base and moving runners over will
make the difference," he said.
This year Orange Park will have to
play sound defense, in the last three years
with Rogge on the mound she struck out
as many 300 batters a year thus limiting
defensive chances.
Brandy Davis will get the nod on the
mound and Christina Regula will also get
the ball when not playing second base..
Junior Miranda Eaton and solid soph-
omore Brittany Kirk also return to lead
the Lady Raiders.
Clay Lady Devils - Coach Matt Lewis
lost seniors Vanessa Suarez,Jesse Woods,
Jesse Hunt,Jennifer Todd and Kezia Snell


from this year's team and will be going
with a youthful lineup that will include
two freshmen as starters.
Returning junior Kaitlin Kenney and
sophomore Crystal Chesser will have to
lead the young Devils, however, Lewis
landed a major coup when scrappy catch-
er Katherine Cameron transferred from
Fleming Island.
Clay may take some lumps early but
Lewis hopes the team will peak toward
seasons end. "We have a young team but I
believe they can play, our goal is to get to
17 wins even with the tough schedule we
have. I'm hoping by the time districts
begin will we be hitting on all cylinders."
With a roster only ten deep, Lewis will
need to do a masterful job this year and
stay away from injuries.
Middleburg Lady Broncos - First
year head coachJaniece Bollmer appears
to have walked into a good situation, al-
though Middleburg lost leader Tiffany
Allen who was a terrific hitter and solid
behind the plate, they have returned
everyone else.
During the early stages of last season
the Lady Broncos were at the top of sev-
eral hitting categories and swung there
way to the regional playoffs, now with a
few tweaks on the defensive side Middle-
burg should have a good season.
They have three seniors in pitcher
Lindsy Dallas and outfielders Celise
Sines and Megan Steadman who will lead
the way while hard-hitting junior Holly
Giles returns.
"I realize we have a good hitting team
and I'm really excited about that but I
want the girl's to focus on situational
strategies and playing sound defense,"
said Bollmer.
Freshman pitcher Hannah Thomas
will give Dallas a breather and sopho-
more catcher Christina Chavarin will
start behind the plate.
Fleming Island Lady Eagles- Where
her father went into a good situation at
Orange Park first year coach Heather
Schlictman may have a tougher job, she
has only one returning senior in Heather
Wortham and four incoming freshmen
who will see significant playing time.
"We have a young team, however, of-
fensively I think we will hit the ball but
defense is the question mark right now."
Junior pitcher Aschelle Morgan will
get the nod on the mound, with the help


STAFF PHOTO BY HORACE DAVIS
First baseman Heather Wortham and Fleming Island got of to a tough start losing 10-
0 to Orange Park Tuesday night.


of Schlictman she should have a good
year but the loss of Katherine Cameron
to Clay may prove to be very big.
"I like the chemistry the girl's have
shown and the never give up attitude, but
we've already had some early season in-
juries so we'll need to get healthy and stay
healthy," she added.
Ridgeview Lady Panthers - Ridgeview
head coach Tom Frawley returns for his
eighth season and it appears that he will re-
turn a somewhat battled tested or veteran
team although only one senior is among
them in Caitlyn Shaughnessy.
Frawley lost leaderJessica Rockwell
and freshman sensation Morgan Acker
from last year's team however he returns
solid juniors in Kacie Reynolds, Becky
Siprelle,Jessica Moreland, Natalie Beach
and Valerie Baez who will lead the team.
"I believe we can and will compete this
year, we are pretty solid from one to seven
but we must fill a couple of holes. As always
sound pitching, solid defense and timely.
hitting will carry us this year," said Frawley.
Frawley will also add another fresh-
man inJessica Bobango who will get the


start at first base but the veteran coach is
still searching for a right fielder to step to
the forefront.
Ridgeview began the season with a 7-0
win over Paxon as shortstop Beach had a
double and triple in the win.
Keystone Lady Indians - Coach Kathy
Smith is excited about this softball season
and why shouldn't she be, returning are sen-
iors pitchers Maryann McCall and Casey
Fagan, catcher Karlynn Reddish, Donna
Wheeler, Dani Suit and Kellie Spaulding.
"I am expecting a good year," said
Smith.
"Last year we could have went deeper in
the playoffs but injuries beset our run as we
lost both our starting pitchers," she added.
Although the Lady Indians lost Cher-
ish Beck, Nikki Houser and Nikki Baxter
Smith believes they are still solid on both
sides of the ball.
"We hit the ball pretty well last year
and that was our strength but I think our
defense is a bit stronger this year, howev-
er, we must stay away from injuries." With
seven seniors returning Coach Smith is
looking for a run at the final four.


Lady Indians win district, move on to regional play

By Horace Davis, Staff 26-point halftime deficit as they fell
i-davis@jcpgroup.com to Bradford County for the third
time this season 67-55 to end their
ORANGE PARK-The Keystone Lady -'-'season at home.
Indiansrouted Interlachen65-18in the Sophomores Brenda McKellar
semifinals of District 3-2A then fol- and Tomika Story 19 and 16 points re-
lowed with a 65-45 win over Union ---. . spectively were not enough for
County to capture their first district ' _ Ridgeview although they closed the
title since 1998-1999. - lead within 12 points late in the game.
Keystone led by first year coach - - District 3-5A at Wolfson - The
Jessica Marquart will now host Dixie - . - . Lady Eagles got off to a slow start
County in the first round of regional - only scoring two first quarter points
action beginning tonight at 7pm as - ' to fall behind 9-2 after one and they
they look to move past a point where - never recovered in the loss to host
their season ended last year against Wolfson 44-37.
Clay High. M Emilv , Walton led the Eagles with
Senior point guard Karlyn Red- 17 points and 5-three pointers but
dish controls the tempo from the 110 _no one else reached double figures
point, she scored 15 and 12 points for the 16-9 Lady Eagles.
during the run to the district title . ...._ -.District5-4AatMenendez-The
and senior low-post player Jessica 16-11 Lad Devils fell to #1 seed Port
Whitfield 23 points totally dominat- Orange Atlantic in the semifinals
ed Union County in the champi- 54-46 ending their season well short
onship game. of the clite eight team of last year.
While the Lady Indians were ad- Senior Kavla Schiran had 14
vancing to regionalpla'y,OrangePairk, points and 9 rebounds to pace the
Fleming Island, Ridgeview and Clay Lady Devils who went into the half
all bit the dust as their seasons came to tied at 27.
a grinding halt. However, a five-point third quar-
In District 1-6A at Orange Park .. ter was too much to overcome for
Christine Williams scored 22 points on -. Clay as Port Orange outscored them
6-three pointers In her final high 14-5in thie quarter and they never re-
school game but it was not enough as covered.
the Lady Raiders fell to #1 seed San- Seniors Tenise Havynes and
dalwood in the semifinals. _ .Thyra Masalin scored 11 anrid 8
District 3-4A at Ridgeview- The STAFF PHOTO BYHORACE DAVIS points in their final high school
Lady Panthers were unable to erase a Keystone's Jessica Whitfield (34) needs to continue her strong play in the post for the Lady Indians. games.


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Feury 9.20 LYOA.I eto -


Blue Devils


win district,


look towards


regional title



Fleming Island 3rd,

Ridgeview 4th,

Middleburg and

Orange Park

finish 5th


By Horace Davis, Staff
hdavis@jcpgroup.com

ORANGE PARK - With the state finals
in Lakeland on the horizon (Feb 16-18)
the Clay Blue Devils took the first step
at qualifying their team for the trip by
taking the District 1-4A title on Satur-
day, February 4. as all 13 of their
wrestlers qualified for the.regional
that begins tomorrow at the Bolles
School.
Blue Devil wrestlers again dominated
the lower weight classes with district title
wins from the 103-pound to the 152-
pound divisions.
Garrett Soileau (103) got things start-
ed with a pin over University Christians
Ariel Bosque at the 5:34 mark to increase
his record to 29-5, however, last year state


STAFF PHOTOS BY HORACE DAVIS
The Blue Devils continued their winning
ways by winning their district now they
look towards a regional title.

while Ridgeview (122) and Middleburg
(120) finished 4th and 5th.
Fleming Island's Louis Demott (130),
Adam Taylor (140),Jon Toalson (152) and
Mike Snavely (160) all claimed district ti-
tles for the Golden Eagles.
For Ridgeview Stephon Cohens
(125), Mike DiPaul (171) and heavy-
weight Juan Kelly were district title
winners for the Panthers.
Although Middleburg failed to grab
any district titles Lee Rupert (112),
Logan Wasdin (119), Dustin Ford (130),
Travis Rogers (135), Jared Podhany
(145), Caleb Frisbee (160), Logan Regis-
ter (171) andJJ Steichen (215) finished in
the top four of their classes to move on
to the regional that begins tomorrow at
Lincoln in Tallahassee.
Other qualifiers from Ridgeview and


WEEKLY CROSS WORD
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20 22 23


The Blue Devils will look to stay on top off the competition at Bolles this weekend dur-
ing the regional.


qualifier Jesse Velasco (112) was pinned
by Bolles Lance Day.
Following that pin Clay ran off a
streak of seven straight wins that began
with StevenJoseph (119) 11-5 win, Travis
Hartzog (125) pin at the 3:51 mark over
David Calhoun.
Two-time state champ Cory Bau-
dendistel raised his season mark to 32-1
with a pin in the 130-pound division.
Then Sean Wetherill (135), Andy Mil-
burn (140), Larry Carnes (145) and Zack
Neyer (152) all disposed of their oppo-
nents to claim district titles in their re-
spective weight classes.
Freshman Erick Minich (160), Daniel
Underwood (189), Robert McDaniel
(215) and Stoney Raymond (heavy-
weight) all placed third in their respec-
tive classes but will qualify as the top
four finishers move on.
District 2-2A in Lake City - The
Golden Eagles 151 points were not
enough as they finished thirty-five
points behind district favorite Lincoln
from Tallahassee to claim 3rd place,


Fleming Island include, Fleming Island's
Ryan Morgan (112), Daniel Cash (135),
Grant Taylor (145), David Matthews (189),
William Connors (215) and heavyweight
Zack Pierce.
Ridgeview's are AustinJohnson (112),
Adam Minard (119), Edwin Blackledge
(152), Matt Skipper (189) and Larry
Williams (215).
In District 1-3A at Sandalwood - The
Orange Park Raiders finished 5th after
battling 3rd and 4th place finishers San-
dalwood and Bartram Trail most of the
day for third place.
Niceville won the district, however,
the Raiders Jacob Willis (215) pinned
his way through the tournament to win
a district title.
Five other Raiders along with
Willis qualified for the regional that
will start tomorrow at Winter Springs
High School.
Those qualifiers were Jason Malta
(103),Josh Namwises (125), Delano Sud-
dith (135), Anthony Owens (130), and
David Burch (171).


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Clay County Anglers Cash-In at Super Celebration Tourney


"We ran from
here to past Lake
Woodruff," said
Orange Park's
Bryan Hudgins
after he and part-
ner Jason Cald-
well weighed
24.79 pounds of
bass at the second
annual Super
Celebration Bass
Tournament 'in
Palatka on Feb-
ruary 4th.
The long run
produced a limit
of fish that was
second only to
that of the Ocala


team of Dale Jackson and Kelly Borgh,
who brought 27.03 pounds to the scales,
including the biggest bass of the tourna-

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The team won last year's event. On this
years second place finish Hudgins said, "It
doesn't feel as good as last year. We were hop-
ing to win it all again. All week it's been warm
and I thought it would take more weight
than this to win. We got beat by a couple of
good fishermen. Hats off to them."
While Hudgins and Caldwell were out
fished by only one of the 152 participating
teams, only one other - Lee StalveyJr. of
Green Cove Springs, who fished with
James Nobels of Jacksonville, may have
outrun them. When asked where they
fished, Stalvey replied, "Near the 1-4 Bridge
in Sanford." The team caught their fish, lit-
erally, down the road from Orlando.
A run of that distance cuts out much
precious fishing time, but the gamble
nearly paid off with an outright win. "I
had one on that was 5 or 6 pounds, but I
lost it," shared Stalvey from the stage as he
accepted the third-place check and
plaque. The additional weight of that big


CORRESPONDENT PHOTOS BY VANCE MCCULLOUGH
Lee Stalvey Jr. of Green Cove Springs shows two big bass he caught during the super
celebration.


ment at 8.46 pounds.
Hudgins said he and Caldwell caught
their 7-fish limit, by 10:00 AM and eventIu-
ally culled through 15 or 20 bass before
their day was over. He said they found a
couple on beds, but most were staging in
nearby cover.


fish would have likely pushed their 23.52-
pound limit to the top of the leader board.
They had their limit by 12:30 but only
had time to catch a couple more fish in
hopes of culling to a higher weight. They
caught their bass on tube baits in shallow
water, which indicates that they were


Orange Park's Brian Hudgins, right, and Jason Caldwell hold up their winning catch.


sight fishing - a technique at which
Stalvey is arguably unsurpassed, even by
most touring bass professionals.
The overall champions,Jackson and
Borgh have won their share of money on
the river, in past years. On Saturday, they
added $12,500 to that total. Riding a hot
streak that included a victory the previous
week in another tournament, the Marion
County team fished Rodman Reservoir
where Jackson plucked the big bass from
a bed on a craw worm at about 11:00 AM.
The rest of their stringer came from
beneath floating mats of vegetation
where the anglers flipped small craw
worms on heavy weights and heavy line
to pull bass through the thick stuff. "We
just found one here, and one there and
got lucky to get the bites we did," said
Jackson. "We went out Friday and (today)
every thing we found Friday was gone,
except the one big fish on the bed."
That one big fish not only put the team
over the top in terms of total weight, but it
also earned them a S2,500 bonus as the big
bass of the event. Since second place paid
less than $2,000, it could be said that the
fish was actually a $10,500 bass.
The event was held under the auspices


. of the NFLPA Retired Players, Jack-
sonville Chapter and president of the as-
sociation, and former Jacksonville
Jaguar, Eugene Chung participated. "It
was rough this morning. I did a little
worm fishing and didn't catch much," he
said, adding, "Did you see the weights
these guys brought in? They are some
good fishermen and this is good place to
fish." When asked if he'd rather be on the
football field he smiled, "At this point in
my life I'd rather be fishing."
Larry and Linda Starling ran the tour-
nament, as they do the Wolfson Chil-
dren's Hospital Tournament each May.
This year the largest bass tournament
this side the Mississippi river will take place
at the Palatka City Docks on Saturday, May
20th. Participation is open to any two-an-
gler team. Weigh-in begins at 3:00 p.m.
For further information, contact the
Starlings at (904) 291-0833 or go to
www.wchjax.com/bass.
Mrs. Starling said that next year's
Super Celebration Tournament would
likely take place at the end of February or
early March.
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The Kayla model boasts two-stories and 3,567 sq. feet of living space. It is just one of five available in Cade's Cove


Special to Clay Today
ORANGE PARK- Recently, realtors filled the
model center at Cade's Cove to get a sneak
peek of Mercedes Homes' newest single-
family home community in Orange Park.
At the event, Mercedes unveiled the
Kayla, a two-story model home, and
shared five additional home plans being
offered in the community.
"We're excited to share Cade's Cove's
charm and diversity with the realtor commu-
nity," said Heather Forshee, marketing direc-
tor for Mercedes Homes' Jacksonville division.
Throughout the lunch hour, realtors
met with the on-site sales team to discuss
the community amenities, home plan op-
tions and to tour the Kayla model while
enjoying a catered lunch. Two realtors also
won door prizes to nearby restaurants.
The community at Cade's Cove offers
home sites featuring Mercedes Homes'
French Country and Craftsmen-style
homes, with many of the home sites lo-
cated on the community's three cul-de-
sacs. Lake view home sites are available.
The Kayla model home boasts 3,567
square feet of living space and includes
four bedrooms, two-and-half baths, an at-
tached two-car garage and a study that
can be used as an additional bedroom.
The two-story home features unique
cutouts and arches leading from room to


room. The main floor features formal en-
tertaining areas and living spaces. Up-
stairs, a private master suite provides
his-and hers walk-in closets, dual sinks, a
walk-in shower stall and sunken tub.
Three guest bedrooms, a large loft and
game room complete the second floor.
The other one- and two-story plans
available at Cade's Cove include up to five
bedrooms and three bathrooms. Many de-
signs feature amenities such as game rooms
or lofts and covered porches or sunrooms.
Cade's Cove is located off Blanding
Boulevard in Orange Park. From Blanding
Boulevard, turn left onto College Drive
and left onto Peoria Road. The communi-
ty will be on the left hand side.
For more information on Cade's Cove,
contact Tanja Boothe or Stacey Birkholz at
(904) 269-2681. The Cade's Cove model
center is open Monday through Thursday
and Saturday from 10 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. and
Friday and Saturday from noon - 5:30 p.m.
Founded in 1984, Mercedes Homes is
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homes. Mercedes Homes' Jacksonville di-
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counties with home prices starting in the
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Pros offer spring painting tips to spruce up home


Say goodbye to gray winter doldrums and
bring the beauty of spring into a home
with a coat of paint chosen from the al-
most endless color palette available.
Nothing changes the feel of a room
faster and sets off one's belongings better
than a bright new coat of paint. Best of
all, painting is the least expensive way to
transform the rooms you live in. And with
these handy tips, you can do it yourself
and get professional results:
Choose the color at your house, not in
the store. Bring home color chips from the
paint store. Hold the colors you like up to
each wall of the room- the color will look
slightly different on each wall because of
light differences.
The time of day also affects the hue. A
yellow may look buttery at noon and al-
most creamy or tan in the evening.
Before buying several gallons of the
color you like, invest in a quart of it and
paint a swatch on each wall to see how it
will look. Live with it for a few days. If you
still love it, then buy enough to do the job.
Prep the room first. Move all the furni-
ture out of the room or to the middle and
cover it with plastic.
Protect the carpet with drop cloths. Avoid
the 'paint around' that can lead to odd cir-
cles, streaks, or drips by removing switch
plates, outlets, knobs and hinges and bag
each with its screws - you will be glad you
did when you're ready to put them back.
Use painter's tape to protect wood trim.
One of the most important steps to a
great result is preparing the walls to a
clean, smooth finish.
After removing all decorations, use a
general all-purpose cleaner to lightly wash
the dust and grime from the walls. Rinse
with clean water and a sponge to make


sure you've removed any soapy residue.
Then fill all holes and cracks with spack-
ling compound.

SECRETS OF SPACKLING SUCCESS
Use the right product. Traditionally,
spackling has been done using a can of
spackling material and up to two putty
knives. The frustrating experience of
many non-professionals is that the putty-
has dried out since their last job and the
putty knife is nowhere to be found.
Also, juggling a spackling can while
applying the putty is awkward and messy.
Many traditional spackling products
shrink as they dry, leaving a noticeable
crater effect that will distract from the
smooth, professional result you want.
However, one product has taken the
hassle out of spackling by engineering the
putty knife right into the container.
Painter's" Nail Hole Filler comes in a tube
with an angled sponge-tip applicator that
evens out and finishes a smooth or textured
surface - no scraping or sanding required.
Unlike other spackling compounds, no
tools or mixing are involved; you simply
shake and knead the tube before opening
and then squeeze it to bring the spackling
material to the tip of the applicator.
The applicator tip guides the filler into
cracks, holes and nail heads and rubs the
patch to a clean, smooth finish. This filler
won't dry out in the tube and never shrinks
or discolors paint or wallpaper. Painter's"
Nail Hole Filler is designed to work on
wood, stucco, wallboard and even plaster
wall textures. Most normal size holes are
dry and ready to paint inl2 to 15 minutes.
Whatever product you choose, clean up
the hole before filling. Brush or wipe away
any plaster flakes around the hole or debris in


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By following professional painting advice, such as prepping walls with an easy-to-use spackling product,
you can transform the look of a room.


the hole so that you have a smooth surface.
Layer the larger, deeper holes. When
filling deeper or wider holes than the nor-
mal nail holes or small cracks, fill partial-
ly and allow the filler to set up and dry a
little before adding more filler.
Depending on how deep the hole, you
may want to apply several layers of spackle
until the hole is entirely filled. Then smooth
and texture the final layer and allow the fill
to completely dry before painting.
Once the prep is done, it's time to
paint. Here's a neat trick. Put the paint
can or roller tray in a child's wagon along


with brushes, rags and other tools you
might need. As you move around the
room, you can just pull everything with
you.
With the array of paint colors and ap-
plication techniques available for today's
do-it-yourself decorator, you can create a
beautiful room with the perfect ambiance
for you and your family.
Most home-improvement stores carry a
variety of spackling products. For more in-
formation, contact Eclectic Products, Inc. at
(800) 767-4667 or visit www.eclecticprod-
ucts.com for more tips and techniques.


Creating appeal at the curb: how to sell a first impression


Special to Clay Today by Krista Werbil
Prudential Network Realty .

The old saying about making a good first
impression couldn't be truer than when
you are selling your home. That first im-
pression has to create interest from the
moment a buyer pulls into the drive.
Curb appeal is that subjective, intan-
gible quality that entices buyers to think
emotionally rather than logically. Per-
haps it's the way the home sits on the
property, or the mix of clapboard and
fieldstone. It may be the expanse of grass
carpeting, the stately columns, or the
boisterous symphony of greenery and
brilliantly colored flowers. In any case,
it's love at first sight.
How can you tell where your home


registers on the curb appeal scale? One
way to find out is to take pictures of your
property from various angles.
Show them to friends, family, col-
leagues, anyone known for providing
painfully objective feedback.
Find out what's appealing about the
home and grounds, and what needs im-
provement. Take the photos to a nursery
for a professional landscaper's opinion.
Even more important, consult a real es-
tate professional who has experience sell-
ing homes in your area. Ask the agent to
walk around the property with you and
view it from across the street.
Develop a "to do" list to bring your
home up to show condition, then brain-
storm easy, cost-effective solutions.
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Historic Springfield duplex-multi-family, total of 6 bedrooms
and 2 baths. Perfect for the investor. Home needs work and
being sold as is. MLS# 278930 $70,000.

CLOSE TO SCHOOLS AND
JENNINGS FOREST
Homes .pnly, country living at its best. Great for the horse
lovers. There is a total of over 17 acres avail. There are two 5
parcel that are listed for $100,000 each. Call for additional
information.
LOOKING FOR LAND?
THEN HERE IT IS!
1.65 acres in Middleburg, county maintained road, build that
dream home that you have always wanted or bring your mobile
home and enjoy the peace and quiet of country living at it's best.
Beautiful wooded lot over 400 ft. deep, backs up to large con-
servation acreage. MLS#274604 $28,900.

SHOWS LIKE A MODEL HOME
3/2 2,244 sq. ft. plus 14x40 sunroom with stone flooring on
almost 2 acres. Lot is partially wooded for that extra privacy.
This home is absolutely beautiful with tile and wood floors
throughout. Spacious family room with open split bedroom
floor plan. Knock down ceilings, covered front porch (perfect
for rockers), 2-car garage/shed with electric and RV hook-up.
Too many amenities to mention. MLS# 281282 $290,000.
COUNTRY ROAD 220
In the activity center, .36 acres designated as BFPUD-Bring
your multi-family home, light industrial, light commercial,
recreation plan. 3/2 2002 model mobile already in place with


well. septic and power already in use. There is a steel building
in thc rear of tle property, trade fixture doesn't convey, Perfect
location for a small business. MLS# 261981 $160,000.

ACREAGE
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 plans to choose from. MLS# 263899 $100,000.

COMMERCIAL POTENTIAL
This is the perfect location for a central office, daycarc, 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 $280,000.

COUNTRY LIVING AT ITS FINEST
New construction home with several floor plans ot choose from
ranging from 1403 to 1786 sq. ft. and prices starting at
$179,000. Minutes away from shopping and excellent schools.
Located in Middleburg on 1+ acre parcel. Construction has not
begun yet, so hurry and pick out your own colors.
MLS#280686 $179,000.

COMMERCIAL LOCATION
This is the perfect location for a professional building or ware-
house. County road, very busy area and growing fast. Lot next
to it is available for sale, each lot is 1.03 acres and is zoned BA-
2. MLS# 258876 & 258733 each one is listed for $85,000.

ACREAGE
5 acre estate homesite-bring your builder or use ours, plenty of
house plans to choose from - homes only - close to Jennings
Forest - zoned for horses. MLS# 263891 $100,000.


can make a big difference. Building on
your home's curb appeal might be as easy
as replacing a broken screen and planting
a few flowers near the front door.
Here are some ideas to get you going.
* Paint and polish. A fresh coat of
paint breathes new life into a tired-look-
ing home. If your home looks dull or suf-
fers from peeling, cracked or chipped
surfaces, a paint job is a great investment.
Many real estate professionals suggest
using neutral colors such-as white or gray.
Whether or not you paint, you'll want
to polish the doorknocker and mail slot
on the front door, as well as any light fix-
tures by the entry.
* Go over the grounds. Mow and edge
the grass, and trim the trees and bushes.
Also, clear away dead leaves and flowers,
and mulch and weed the beds.
Check to see that tree branches are not
touching the home's roof or outer walls.
You can spruce up the property by hang-
ing flowering baskets and placing planters
of flowers in strategic spots.
Don't forget the side and back yards. Add
some flowering plants to the back as well.
* Make needed repairs. See if any-
thing is unhinged, loose or just an eye-
sore. Fix everything including broken
fencing, windows and screens.
Try the doorbell. Check stairs and railings.


Test doors for squeaks and rusted,
hinges. Don't forget to take a critical look
at the property at night. Make sure the
lights work, and replace dim and burned-
out bulbs.
* Unclutter. Tidy up the deck, patio
and back yard. Rearrange the outdoor fur-
niture to look inviting. Put away garden-
ing tools. Clean up the barbecue area.
Eliminate any "evidence" of Fido, and
restrict him to the back yard when show-
ing the home. Move extra vehicles from
the view of passersby.
* Clean. You want buyers to think the
home has been well maintained. To make
a bright impression, clean the windows,
inside and out, wash down the walks and
driveway, and hose down the siding.
Clean outdoor furniture and cushions.
Check for oil spots on cement surfaces,
especially the garage floor.
Remember, a sale can be made or lost
as a direct result of your home's curb ap-
peal. Exert a little elbow grease now and
you'll captivate buyers at the curb. It's a
sure way to a quicker sale.
Krista Werbil can be reached at (904)
673-9169. Prudential Network Realty is an
independently owned and operated mem-
ber of Prudential Real Estate Affiliates,
Inc., a Prudential Financial company.
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Property LISTINGS


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

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FHA/VA Relocation Experts. No money
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$190K's-and up. Several locations. Call
for all the info. Wendy Hendricks Bro-
ker-Associate(904)838-3977 KW First
Coast Realty

280814 Large Heritage Hills Beauty!! This
3 bedroom 2 bath home features loft
bonus room, porcelain tile and wood lami-
nent floors, all on large corner lot! Don't
Miss This One! Call Dreme Stubbs@278-
3329 COLDWELL BANKER WALTER
WILLIAMS $242,000

282219 Five Oaks Beauty! This 4 bed-
room 2 bath home features 1954 sq ft.,
split floor plan, family room, dining room,
fireplace, 42" maple cabinets, knock
down ceilings, garden master bath, on cul
de sac lot. Call Karen Wentz@278-3325
COLDWELL BANKER - WALTER
WILLIAMS $225,000

INVESTORS SPECIAL in Jacksonville
Historic Springfield duplex-multi-family,
total of 6 bedrooms and 2 baths. Perfect
for the investor. Home needs work and
being sold as is. MLS# 278930 $70,000.
Galt Realty Masters at 282-0810.

CLOSE TO SCHOOLS and Jennings
Forest Homes only, country living at its
best. Great for the horse lovers. There
is total of over 17 acresavail. There are
two 5 parcel thatare listed for $ 100,000
each. Ca for additional information. Call
ReatyMasters at 282-0810.

LOOKING FORLAND? Then here it is!
1.65 acres in Middleburg, county-main-
tained road, build that dream home that
you have always wanted or bring your
mobile home and enjoy the peace and
quiet of country living at it's best.- Beau-
tiful wooded lot over 400 ft. deep, backs
up to large conservation acreage.


MLS#274604 $28,900. Call Realty Mas-
ters at 282-0810.

COUNTY ROAD 220 In the activity
center, 36 acres designated as BFPUD-
Bring your multi-family home, light in-
dustrial, light commercial, recreation
plan. 3/2 2002 model mobile already in
place with well, septic and power al-
ready in use. There is a steel building in
the rear of the property, trade fixture
doesn't convey. Perfect location for a
small business. MLS#261981 $160,000.
Call Realty Masters at 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 Masters
at 282-0810.

COUNTRY LIVING AT ITS FINEST
New construction home with several
floor plans ot choose from ranging
from 1403 to 1786 sq. ft. and prices
starting at $179,000. Minutes away
from shopping and excellent schools.
Located in Middleburg on I + acre par-
cel. Construction has not begun yet, so
hurry and pick out your own colors.
MLS#280686 $179,000. Call Realty
Masters at 282-0810.

COMMERCIAL LOCATION This is
the perfect location for a professional
building or warehouse. County road,
very busy area and growing fast. Lot
next to it is available for sale, each. lot
is 1.03 acres and is zoned BA-2. MLS#
258876 & 258733 each one is listed
for $85.000. Call Realty Masters at
282-0810

NEW CONSTRUCTION (Middleburg)
3/2 1,403:sq. ft. Country living on over
an acre, close to schools and shopping.
Construction has not begun yet so hurry
to pick your own colors. Brick front and
vinyl sides. Fireplace and 2-car garage.
MLS# 280712 $185,000. Call Realty
Masters at 282-0810.



270282 GREAT FAMILY FLOOR PLAN!
This 4 bedroom 3.5 bath home offers
2nd floor bonus room with full bath, has
all the space your family needs at an af-


fordable price. Hurry before this one's
gone! Call Pebbles Capes.'@278-3314
COLDWELL BANKER WALTER
WILLIAMS $279,900

279588 THIS 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH,
immaculate home shows like a model.
featuring a bright and open floor plan,
double crown moulding, new carpet,
neutral color, separate office, garden
master bath, extended patio & fenced
yard. Call Karen Wentz@278-3325
COLDWELL BANKER WALTER
WILLIAMS $279,900

SHOWS LIKE A MODEL HOME 3/2
2,244 sq. ft. plus 14x40 sunroom with
stone flooring on almost 2 acres. Lot is
partially wooded for that extra privacy.


THIS HOME IS absolutely beautiful with
tile and wood floors throughout. Spa-
cious family room with open split bed-
room floor plan. Knock down ceilings,
covered front porch (perfect for rock-
ers.1, 2-car garage/shed with electric and
RV hook-up. Too many amenities to
mention. MLS# 281282 $290,000.

REDUCED! COMMERCIAL POTEN-
TIAL This is the perfect location for a
central office, daycare. or store. Build-
ing 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 $280,000

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Davis receives NEFAR's Presidential Lifetime Service Award


StLLIAL IU LLAY IUUAY
Wendell D. Davis received the NEFAR Presidential Lifetime Ser-
vice Award recently.


Special to Clay Today

Wendell D. Davis, Regional Vice
President of Property Manage-
ment, Watson Realty Corp., was
recipient of the Northeast Asso-
ciation of Florida Realtors�
(NEFAR) Presidential Lifetime
Service Award presented at its
yearly awards luncheon earlier
this month.
The Presidential Lifetime Ser-
vice Award is given to a past
president of NEFAR who, for
many years, has been actively in-
volved in the association. The
recipient must have "given un-
selfishly to the Association and
the community and exemplify
the standards established by the
Realtors� Code of Ethics."
In addition to serving in every
officer position available, at
NEFAR, Davis became the first
association president after a suc-
cessful four-association merger in
1996 while also playing a key
leadership role in the merger ac-
tivities. He has been an active
participant of virtually every
committee and/or task force
within the association, contribut-


ing to all areas of the organization-from
legislative and political action efforts to
budget and finance to strategic planning.
Davis has also taught educational
courses for the association and has been
NEFAR's key contact for a Florida Speak-
er of the House and is a frequent media
spokesperson for the association on prop-
erty management trends and issues.
At the state level, he served the Flori-
da Association of Realtors� (FAR) on nu-
merous committees, task forces and
positions, including FAR Director from
1993 to present and serving as the 2005
FAR Secretary.
At the national level, Davis has been
a National Association of Realtors�
(NAR) Director from 2001 through the
present. He has been a member of NAR's
State and Local Fiscal Affairs Committee
from 2004 to the present. He was also a
founding member of the local chapter of
the Florida Association of Residential
Property Managers (FARPM) and has
been a FARPM director, vice president
and president. He is also active in the
National Association of Residential Prop-
erty Managers, having served as both
treasurer and director.
He has earned CRB, GRI, PPM, MPM
and RMP designations-earning top
ranked professional designations in both


the real estate sales field and the real es-
tate property management arena.
Davis is also very active in govern-
ment affairs, having served for years on
the Clay County Chamber of Com-
merce. In 1999, he received a Presiden-
tial Award from the chamber for the
numerous volunteer hours he gave to
organize chamber events and activities.
In 2000, he served as the chamber's
president.
An active member of his church,
Davis has also been active in his com-
munity including a Committee of 100
member; former notary public; past
member of the Florida Coaches Assn.
and National Coaches Assn.; Elks Club;
honorary member of Optimist Club and
Sheriff's Auxiliary; and in 1998 Clay
County Realtor Chairman for the March
of Dimes. He also served for three years
on the Board of Directors for a retire-
ment/assisted living center.
Davis joined Watson Realty Corp. in
1991 and, in December 1995, was pro-
moted to Regional Vice President of its
Property Management Division where
he supervises 21 property management
office sites and approximately 4,000
properties located from the Kissim-
mee/Orlando area in Central Florida to
St. Marys in South Georgia.


Centex Homes announces biggest sale of the year


Special to Clay Today

GREEN COVE SPRINGS- With their fiscal
year ending March 31, Centex Homes re-
cently announced it is selling the last six
remaining homes in Magnolia Point.
This sale is exclusive to customers who
have placed themselves, or have been
placed on our interest list.

CURRENT RATES
Origination Discount
Fee Points
Conventional 30 Year Fixed 6.500 0 + 0
5/1 ARM 6.500 0 + 0
3/1 ARM 6.375 1/4 + 0


Interest Only 5/1 ARM
ARMs 3/1 ARM


Jumbo


6.625 0 + 0
6.375 3/4 + 0


30 Year Fixed 6.625 0 + 0
30 Year Fixed. 6.250 0 + 0
30 Year Fixed 6.375 0 + 0


All rates are based on owner occupied
property. Fixed rates are for a 60 day lock
and ARMs are for a 50 day lock. Rates are
current as of February 07, 2006 and are
subject to change. Please call for current rates.
Non Comforming Wholesale loans are also available
Call
Guy Lynch at

269-7170
Cell: 904-449-1479*Fax: 904-269-4122
Email: glynch@resourcemtg.com
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Magnolia Point is located, away from
the crowded Jacksonville streets, behind
the security of a manned guard gate in-
side the Magnolia Golf and Country Club.
Centex will pay the initial membership
to the club for its homeowners, and then
customers can decide what membership
and what price, if any, suits their needs.
This neighborhood utilizes excellent


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IJanuary 2006 Excellence Award winners at Coldwell
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Clay County Schools: Thunderbolt Ele-
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Centex offers two floorplans: the
Springfield and the Riverside.
The 2-story Springfield boasts 2971
square feet, 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and
a 2-car garage starting in the $330's.
The 2-story Riverside with 3197 square


feet, 4 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms and 2-car
garage starts in the $350's.
Those who use Centex Homes pre-
ferred lender, CTX Mortgage, and close at
Commerce Title, could save more than
$20,000 off the listed price.
For detailed information about the last
six available homes at Magnolia Point
contact Centex Homes at 332-5241.


Tips to prepare for sizzling summer temperatures


Special to Clay Today

1.Seal leaks and gaps. Check the
caulking and weather stripping around
windows and exterior door jams. Leaky
windows can cause the majority of cool-
ing loss. Spending a little money replac-
ing caulk and weather stripping can
save money on energy bills.
2.Service the AC. Keep your air con-
ditioning unit running properly by serv-
icing the unit at least once a year. Clear
debris from the outdoor unit and check
the base pan for debris. Change indoor
air filters once a month and clean the in-
door coil once a year.
Clean vents and the AC fan enclosure
area with a broom or vacuum.
Avoid more than four degree swings
in temperature by using a digital pro-
grammable thermostat to maximize effi-
ciency of the system; allow no more
than a 10 percent difference between
outside and inside temperatures.
Don't plant trees, shrubs or other plants


LISTINGS from page B-11




266446 This is a '10' for great country
living! 2.86 wooded acres, access to Bull
Creek, fully fenced yard, why go any-
where else. Kitchen has been totally re-
modeled, tile thru-out the first floor,
Florida room overlook decking and
landscaped back yard, oversized garage,
2 bonus rooms, formal living & dining
round out this ONE OF A KIND
HOME! Call Patricia Sherman@278-
3332 COLDWELL BANKER WALTER
WILLIAMS $445,847

REDUCED! 267400 Eagle Harbor !!
This wonderful 4/3 has a spectacular la-
goon to golf course view, watch the
ducks and golfers from your fully
fenced, large enough for pool backyard.
Fourth bedroom is oversized bonus


near the unit, as shedding may cause ad-
ditional debris and growth into the unit.
3.Pay close attention to your
lawn. Both over watering and under
watering can be detrimental to the
health of grass.
Warm-season grasses tend to be more
resilient during times of drought, but
other types of grasses need more water
to maintain their root systems.
Your lawn needs water if walking
across it leaves footprints behind, or if it
is starting to turn a bluish purple color.
To combat this, water the lawn early in
the morning every three to four days to
maintain proper saturation.
When using a sprinkler system,
check for overlap and be sure you are
not watering the sidewalk or your house
4.Replace damaged windows.
Check windows to ensure there are no
cracks. If needed, replace them with en-
ergy efficient storm windows. Spending
the extra money now may save money
on the utility bill for years to come.


room on 2nd floor with picture win-
dow. Too may other upgrades to list.
Call Pebbles Capes@278-3314 COLD-
WELL BANKER WALTER WILLIAMS
$379,900

268674 Waterford Landing in Eagle Har-
bor!! This 5 bedroom, 4 bath , 2856 SF
home has view of water and golf course.
Home features 42' cabinets, solid surface
countertops, stainless steel appliances,
custom blinds, screened lanai, large
bonus upstairs.Call Nancy Wentz@278-
3316 COLDWELL BANKER WALTER
WILLIAMS $450,000

281393 Elegant Eagle Harbor Home!
This 5 bedroom 3 bath home features
spectacular lagoon view, crown mould-
ing, upgraded lighting fixtures, 42"
maple cabinets and large screened
lanai.Call Donna Schilkofski@278-3360
COLDWELL BANKER WALTER
WILLIAMS $495,000


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at 904-529-5693 or
Fax resumes: 904-529-5695


Truss Repair
Crew Needed
Immediately
Granger Lu mber
Must Have Clean
Drivers License.
Experience in Truss
Building and Roofing
904-284-1110






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

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EXPERIENCED
COOK
Breakfast/Lunch
30-35 Hours Week
Restaurant in
Orange Park
904-388-6883
Lv. Msg

Admin. Assistant
Needed For Busy
Green Cove Office.
Excel, Word &
Accounting Experience
Preferred. Must be
Computer Literate. Full
Time/Flexible hrs. Fax
Resume to
904-284-2969


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WALLBOARD Concrete
CARPENTERS* HELPERS I
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904-591-5593


Equipment
Operator
Needed For
Utility Site Work
Contractors
Job Currently In
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DELIVERY DRIVERS
Must have minivan or
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& cell phone. Monday
& Friday Delivery.
Good Pay
Call Julie 737-7327
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Jobs Available

Grang tr Lumber

Job Line

904-44'.-224S
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OPERATOR
TRAINING FOR EMPLOYMENT




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Train in Florida
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WORK LOCALLY IN CLAY CO.!

SCARPETERS

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HELPERS

D.S. Riley Construction
591-3165001960




H.R. Coor. Salary $35,540+ex. bene-
fits. Req. AA deg., 5 years HR exp.
Valid FDL. A comp amt rel educ, trng,
exp may be sub. for min qualifications.
FAX RESUME: (904) 278-3616-Apps
available at H.R. Dept. Admin Bldg.,
4th Fl. Green Cove Springs, FL. NO
PHONE CALLS EEO/DFWP.
legal no. 7980 published in February
9, 2006 issue of Clay County's Clay
Today newspaper. CLT-00S20606


Experienced Trim
Carpenter Wanted
Tools & Transportation
Required. Benefits/Gas
Allowance.

Please call Dale @
904-545-4014
CES-0007-0606


Looking for A + Master
Certified Automotive
Technician
Top pay for Top Tech.
Mon-Fri. Call Skip
904-278-5252


BE PART OF
OUR FAMILY-LIKE TEAM
AT WINDSOR MANOR
Positions available for
CNAs/Dietary Assistant &
Housekeeping Assistant
on all three shifts.
Also, there is one position
available for a nurse,
RN or LPN on 11-7 shift.
Apply in person at
602 E. Laura St. Starke or
Call J.Richardson
Staff Development, at:
904-964-3383
EOE/DFWP


Trainees

Learn to Teach Swing,

Salsa, Ballroom h
Others. Call Rick

7112-8330 i


20 POSITIONS
AVAILABLE
1st & 2nd Shifts
Granger Truss
Call - 904-284-1110
or Apply in Person
1005 Bunker Ave, GCS
Reynolds
Industrial Park


WAREHOUSE

O Full Time and Part
time Mon-Frid Fork
Lift Experience.
Pulling & Palletizing
Orders in Green
Cove Springs.
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Environment

SFAX RESUMES TO
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ADVERTISING
CAREER OPPORTUNITY
Join a staff of newspaper professionals at Clay Today. The candidate for this retail
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communication skills. Newspaper or other media sales experience a plus, but not
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is also helpful. Our office is located in Orange Park. Benefits for this job include:
* FULL TIME * SALARY * INSURANCE * 401k * VACATION
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Please send resume and cover letter to:

Clay.Today
Attn: Jon Cantrell
1560-1 Kingsley Avenue * Orange Park, Florida 32073
E.O.E. CES-0013-0506


BUDGET/ADMIN
SERVICES DIRECTOR
Clay County, FL seeks Budget & Admin
Services Director. MA in accounting,
economics or public/business admin.
CPA required 7 yrs exp. pub/priv finan-
cial admin. Exp mgte IT sys preferred.
Salary DOQ.
Ref: www.claycountygov.com
EEO/DFWP.
legal no. 7984 published February 9,
2006 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper. CLT-0054-o060


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Call Missy:
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* Comp paid Life Insurance policies totaling $80K.
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Preferred Applicants shall have:
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* 25 years of age or older.
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Interested applicants, please forward your resume via fax to:
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February 9, 2006






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Must Sell $175
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February 9, 2006


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


Section B-17


Household Goods Landscaping Apartments HomesForRent Waterfront
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Queen $125, King $150
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Wanted To Buy VI


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* Various Colors
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� Great For
Homes, Barns & Carports
* Delivery Available
Keystone Hgts 352-473-7417
800-881-3001
Your Local Wood Truss & Metal Rool Manufacturer

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Starting price $2650/acre. Call
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Commerce
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MITSUBISHI '95 3000 GT SL
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CHEVY '97 CAVALIER
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PLYMOUTH '95 NEON
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$2,995 Call 888-215-7924


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Steel Disk Brakes on Trailer,
Just to Name a Few.
Boat New With Out
Extras Cost $54K,
Buy it Today for $32,900
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2002 Key Largo Center
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Engine, Recent Overhauled
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Section B-20


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


February 9, 2006


BRIAN ANTHONY LASICHAK AND/OR
AMBER LYNNE LASICHAK
CALL 904-403-2856
legal no. 7899 published Jan. 19, 26, Feb.
2, 9, 16, 23, Mar 2, 9,16,23, 30 and Apr. 6,
2006 in Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTH JUDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY COUN-
TY, FLORIDA, CASE NO: 2005-DR-2294,
DIV. D
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF PATRICK
STEVEN ECHOLS, Husband
and
BRANDI NICOLE ECHOLS, Wife
NOTICE FACTION
TO: Brandi Nicole Echols
You are notified that an action for a Petition
for Dissolution of Marriage has been filed
against you and you are required to serve a
copy of your written defenses, if any, to it on
the Petitioner's attorney, Barry W. Kaufman,
Esq., whose address is 8810 Goodby's Ex-
ecutive Drive, Suite C, Jacksonville, Florida
32217, on or before the 2nd day of March,
2006, and file the original with the Clerk of
this Court either before service on Petition-
er's attorney or immediately thereafter; oth-
erwise a default will be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the petition.
Dated on January 13, 2006.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Court,
by: Tammy Rosenbaum, deputy clerk.
legal no. 7940 published January 26, Feb-
ruary 2, 9, and 16, 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 property and all parties
known to claim an interest 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, February 20, 2006 at 11:30
a.m.
VINCENT G. ORLOWSKI, business sup-
plies.
CHARLOTTE COBB, household goods, fur-
niture, boxes, sporting goods, tools, tv's or
stereo equip.
RICHARD CREAMER, household goods.
ASHLEY BOWERS, household goods, fur-
niture, boxes, sporting goods, appliances,
tv's or stereo equip.
JUDI FLOYD, household goods, furniture,
boxes, sporting goods, tools, appliances, tv's
or stereo equip., office equip., landscaping
equip.
Auctioneer JERRY DUNCAN Florida Li-
cense #AU527.
legal no. 7964 published February 2 and
9, 2006 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, GENERAL JURISDIC-
TION DIVISION, CASE NO: CA-05-1231
TERWIN ADVISORS, LLC, Plaintiff
vs.
WALTER CUTHBERTSON, et al., Defen-
dant(s)
NOTICE FACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
TO: Jason Chatman and Unknown Spouse
of Jason Chatman
whose residence is unknown if he/she/they
be living; and if he/she/they be dead, the un-
known defendants who may be spouses,
heirs, devisees, grantees, assignees,
lienors, creditors, trustees and all parties
claiming an interest by, through, under or
against the Defendants, who are not known
to be dead or alive, and all parties having or
claiming to have any right, title or interest in
the property described in the mortgage being
foreclosed herein.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an ac-


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tion to foreclose a mortgage on the following
property:
LOT 45 OF CANNONS POINT AT OAK-
LEAF PLANTATION, PHASE 2, ACCORD-
ING TO THE PLAT THEREOF AS
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 44, PAGE(S) 1
THROUGH 13, OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA.
has been filed against you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your written de-
fenses, it any, to it on DAVID J. STERN,
ESQ., Plalintiff's attorney, whose address is
801 S. University Drive #500, Plantation, FL
33324, on or before MARCH 7, 2006 ( no
later than 30 days from the date of the first
publication of this notice of action) and file
the original with the clerk of this court either
before service on Plaintiff's attorney or im-
mediately thereafter; otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the relief de-
manded in the complaint or petition filed
herein.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of this
Court at Clay County, Florida this 23rd day
of January, 2006.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, CLERK OF THE
COURT, by: Amie Herrera, deputy clerk.
LAW OFFICES OF DAVID J. STERN
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF
801 S. UNIVERSITY DRIVE SUITE 500
PLANTATION, FL. 33324
05-48199-SLS
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. 7969 published February 2 and
9, 2006 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR
CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA, CASE NO: 10-
2005-CA-1048, DIV. A
PATRICK O'NEILL, Plaintiff
vs.
LLOYD S. CLARK, JR., et al., Defendant.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: Lloyd S. Clark, Jr.
Last Known Address
6097 Townsend Road, Lot 18
Jacksonville, FL 32244
Lloyd S. Clark, Jr.
Last Known Address
8747 Vinning Road
Jacksonville, FL 32210
Lakeside Hills, Inc.
Last Known Address
60 Timberlake Lane
Ormond Beach, FL 32174
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to quiet
title to the following property in Clay County,
Florida:
LOT 11, BLOCK 2, LAKESIDE TERRACE
SECTION ONE. ACCORDING TO PLAT
THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 6,
PAGE 63 OF THE CURRENT PUBLIC
RECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA.
has been filed against you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your written de-
fenses, if any, to it on Lance Paul Cohen, the
Plaintiff's attorney, whose address is Cohen
& Thurston, P.A., 1723 Blanding Boulevard,
Suite 102, Jacksonville, Florida 32210, with-
in thirty (30) days from the first date of pub-
lication on or before March 13, 2006 of this
notice, and file the original with the Clerk of
this Court either before service on the Plain-
tiff's attorney or immediately thereafter; oth-
erwise a default will be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the complaint or
petition.
Dated on this 24th day of January, 2006.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT
Clerk of the Court, Clay County, Florida, by:
Tammy Rosenbaum, deputy clerk.
Lance Paul Cohen, Esquire.
COHEN & THURSTON, P.A.
1723 Blanding Boulevard, Suite 102
Jacksonville, Florida 32210
(904) 388-6500
attorney for plaintiff
legal no. 7970 published February 2 and
9, 2006 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
DEUSTCHE .BANK NATIONAL TRUST
COMPANY,
Plaintiff,
CASE NO. 05-1145-CA

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vs.
DIVISION B

DORA S. CLARY, et al,Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Final Judgment of Mortgage
Foreclosure dated January 19, 2006 and en-
tered in Case NO. 05-1145-CA of the Circuit
Court of the FOURTH Judicial Circuit in and
for CLAY County, Florida wherein
DEUSTCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST
COMPANY, is the Plaintiff and DORA S.
CLARY; TENANT #1 N/K/A MARITA
CLARY are the Defendants, I will sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash at FRONT
DOOR OF THE CLAY COUNTY COURT-
HOUSE, GREEN COVE SPRINGS, FLORI-
DA at 10:00 AM. on the 13th day of
March 2006, the following described prop-
erty as set forth in said Final Judgment:

LOT 7, BLOCK 174, BLACK CREEK PARK,
UNIT ONE, ACCORDING TO PLATTHERE-
OF AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 11,
PAGES 21 THROUGH 33 INCLUSIVE, OF
THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF CLAY COUN-
TY, FLORIDA.
A/K/A 4656 Hedgehog Street,
Middleburg, FL 32068-6454
WITNESS MY HAND and the
seal of this Court on January 23, 2006.
(SEAL) James B. Jett
Clerk of the Circuit Court, by: Holly Hurlburt,
deputy clerk.
Echevarria, Codilis & Stawiarski
P.O. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida 33622-5018
F05021593
ADVANTA - CONV - B - dbandy
legal no. 7971 published February 2 and
9, 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: 2006-79-
CA, DIV. B
CLEVELAND SMITH, Plaintiff
vs.
ERNEST L. WASHINGTON, an individual, if
living, and if deceased, the Onknown spous-
es, heirs, devisees, grantees, creditors, and
all other persons or entities claiming by,
through or under said named Defendant,
and EMMA WASHINGTON, an individual, if
living, and if deceased, the unknown splous-
es, heirs, devisees, grantees, creditors and
all other persons or entities claiming by,
through or under said named Defendant, De-
fendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: ERNEST L. WASHINGTON, an individ-
ual, if living, and if deceased, the unknown
spouses, heirs, devisees, grantees, creditors
and all other persons or entities claiming by,
through or under said named Defendant.
and EMMA WASHINGTON, an individual, if
living, and if deceased, the unknown spous-
es, heirs, devisees, grantees, creditor and all
other persons or entities claiming by, through
or under said named Defendant, and all un-
known parties claiming by, through under or
against the above named Defendant, or any
parties claiming any right title or interest in
the property herein.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an ac-
tion to Quiet Title to real property in the Cir-
cuit Court in Green Cove Springs, Clay
County, Florida styled as Case no: 10-2006-
CA-79, Cleveland Smith v. Ernest L. Wash-
ington, et al., to the property described as:
A LOT 50' BY 100' IN THE EAST 100 FEET
OF LOT 1, BLOCK 29, NORTH SUBURB,
GREEN COVE SPRINGS, FLORIDA,
MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS
FOLLOWS: COMMENCE AT THE SOUTH-
EASTERLY CORNER OF LOT 1, BLOCK
29, NORTH SUBURB, AND RUN THENCE
NORTHERLY ALONG THE WESTERLY
SIDE OF CYPRESS AVENUE A DISTANCE
OF 100 FEET TO A POINT, THE POINT
BEING THE LAND HEREBY DESCRIBED;
THENCE RUN WESTERLY PARALLEL TO
MIDDLEBURG AVENUE A DISTANCE OF
100 FEET TO A POINT; THENCE TURN
AND RUN NORTHERLY PARALLEL TO CY-
PRESS AVENUE A DISTANCE OF 50 FEET
TO A POINT; THENCE TURN AND RUN
EASTERLY PARALLEL TO MIDDLEBURG
AVENUE A DISTANCE OF 100 FEET TO
- THE WESTERLY SIDE OF CYPRESS AV-
ENUE; THENCE TURN AND RUN
SOUTHERLY ALONG THE WESTERLY
SIDE OF CYPRESS AVENUE A DISTANCE
OF 50 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGIN-
NING.

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THE ABOVE DESCRIBED LAND BEING
SITUATED IN CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA.
has been filed by Cleveland Smith, Plain-
tiff and you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it on William
S. Frazier, 1919-8 Blandin boulevard, Jack-
sonville, Florida 32210, 904-384-1441 on or
before March 6, 2006 and file the original
with the Clerk of this Court either before
service on said Plaintiff or immediately
thereafter; otherwise a judgment will be en-
tered against you for the relief demanded in
the Petition.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of this
Court on this 24th day of January, 2006.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Court,
by: Cathy Patton, deputy clerk.
legal no. 7972 published February 2 and
9, 2006 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


NOTICE OF SALE
TENANT NAME UNIT NUMBER
RTS CONVERTERS 106
JORENA LENINGER D-26
RICHARD SCAGGS F-14
CHRIS COVEY G-18
BRAND HARRIS G-49
JEREMY SCHWINDLING J-18
ARTIE SAPP J-38
In accordance with state statutes 83.806 to
83.807 the above units will be sold or dis-
posed of on Thursday February 16, 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 hoTne or busi-
ness. All goods are sold "As Is". Terms of
sale are CASH ONLY! Seller reserves the
right to withdraw any item from the sale for
any reason.
The Best Little Storehouse in Clay
996 Blanding Blvd.
Orange Park, FL 32065
(904) 272-9622
legal no. 7973 published February 2 and
9, 2006 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, CIVIL DIVISION,
CASE NO: 10-2005-CA-1277-DIV. E
WASHINGTON MUTUAL BANK, FA, Plain-
tiff
vs.
LARRY D. BURTON, JR., et al., Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: LA'TRESSAA. BURTON
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: 1959 APOPKA
DR., MIDDLEBURG, FL. 32068
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for
Foreclosure of Mortgage on the following de-
scribed property:
LOT 22, ORANGE PARK SOUTH UNIT 3,
ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF AS
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 24, PAGES 31.
32 AND 33, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS
OF CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA.
has been filed against you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your written de-
fenses, if any, to it on Marshall C. Watson,
P.A., Attorney for Plaintiff whose address is
1800 NW 49th Street, Suite 120, Ft. Laud-
erdale, FL 33309, within thirty (30) days after
the first publication of this Notice in the Clay
Today and file the original with the Clerk of
this Court either before service on Plaintiff's
attorney or immediately thereafter; otherwise
a default will be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the complaint.
In accordance with the Americans With
Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA), disabled per-
sons who, because of their disabilities need,
special accommodation to participate in this
proceeding should contact the ADA Coordi-
nator at 825 N. Orange Avenue, Green Cove
Springs, FL 32043 or Telephone Voice TDD
(904) 630-2564 not later than five business
days prior to such proceeding.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of this
Court this 27th day of January, 2006.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Court,
by: Ann L. Garrison, deputy clerk.
legal no. 7974 published February 2 and
9, 2006 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND
FOR CLAY COUNTY, CASE NO: 03-CA-312
MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRA-
TION SYSTEMS, INC., Plaintiff
vs.
SIDNEY H. ODOM AND MELNEE ODOM,
HIS WIFE,-Defendant(s)
AMENDED NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to
an Order rescheduling foreclosure sale
dated January 25, 2006 entered in Civil
Case No. 03-CA-312 of the Circuit Court of
the 4th Judicial Circuit in and for Clay Coun-
ty, Florida, wherein MORTGAGE ELEC-
TRONIC REGISTRATION SYSTEMS, INC.,
Plaintiff and SIDNEY H. ODOM AND MEL-
NEE ODOM, HIS WIFE are defendantss, I
will sell to the highest and best bidder for
cash at the front door of the Clay County
Courthouse, located at 825 North Orange
Avenue, Green Cove Springs, Clay County,
Florida, AT 10:00 A.M. FEBRUARY 17,
2006 the following described property as set
forth in said Final Judgment, to-wit:
LOT 65, GLENHAVEN, ACCORDING TO
THE PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 35, PAGES 16 THROUGH 21,
OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF CLAY.
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Dated at Green Cove Springs, Florida this
26th day of January, 2006.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Circuit
Court, Clay County, Florida, by: Amanda L.
Ellison, deputy clerk.


ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF
SHAPIRO & FISHMAN
Woodland Corporate Center
4505 Woodland Corporate Blvd., Suite 100
Tampa, Florida 33614
(813) 880-8888
03-58418T
legal no. 7975 published February 2 and
9, 2006 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


F06000097
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
BANK OF AMERICA, N.A.,
Plaintiff,
CASE NO.: 2006-20-CA
vs.
DIVISION: E

TRACEY L SMITH A/K/A TRACEY L HET-
HERINGTON, et al,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO:
ROSE LARSEN AS TRUSTEE OF REVO-
CABLE TRUST
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: 1800 NORWAY
DRIVE
ORANGE PARK, FL 32003

CURRENT ADDRESS: UNKNOWN

ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER, AND
AGAINST THE HEREIN NAMED INDIVID-
UAL DEFENDANTS) WHO ARE NOT
KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR ALIVE,
WHETHER SAID UNKNOWN PARTIES
MAY CLAIM AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES,
HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, OR
OTHER CLAIMANTS

LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: UNKNOWN
CURRENT ADDRESS: UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac-
tion to foreclose a mortgage on the following
property in CLAY County, Florida:
LOT 11 OF OAK CREEK UNIT
FOUR, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK
25, PAGES 24, 25 AND 26, OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA.
has been filed against you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your written de-
fenses within 30 days after the first
publication, if any, on Echevarria, Codilis &
Stawiarski, Plaintiff's attorney, whose ad-
dress is 9119 Corporate Lake Drive, Suite
300, Tampa, Florida 33634, and file the orig-
inal with this Court either before service on
Plaintiff's attorney or immediately thereafter;
otherwise a default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded in the Complaint
or petition.
This notice shall be published
once each week for two consecutive weeks
in the Clay Today.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of this Court on this 26th day of January,
2006.
(SEAL) James B. Jeftt
Clerk of the Court
Amie Herrera, As Deputy Clerk
Echevarria, Codilis & StawiarskiP.O. Box
25018Tampa, Florida 33622-5018
F06000097
NBNY - FNMA - R - elewis
LEGAL NO. 7976 published February 2
and 9, 2006 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


NOTICE OF TEMPORARY SUSPENSION
CASE NO: 82754-05-AG
TO: Theresa K. Huffman
A-1 American Bail Bonds
Keystone, FL.
A NOTICE OF TEMPORARY SUSPEN-
SION to suspend your licenses) and eligi-
bility for licensure and appointment has been
filed against you. You have the right to re-
quest a hearing pursuant to Sections
120.569 and 120.57(1). and (2), Florida
Statutes, by mailing a request for same to
the Department of Financial Services, Divi-
sion of Legal Services, 200 E. Gaines St.,
Tallahassee, Florida 32399-0333. If a re-
quest for hearing is not received by March
16, 2006, the right to a hearing in this matter
will be waived and the Chief Financial Offi-
cer will dispose of this cause in accordance
with law.
legal no. 7977 published February 2, 9,16
and 23,2006 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: 2004-SC-702-C
WILLIAM PAUL COSTELLO, Plaintiff(s)
vs.
JOHN E. CURLES, Defendant(s)
NOTICE OF SALE
(pursuant to FS. Chapter 45.041)
NOTICE IS GIVEN that pursuant to a Final
Judgment and Order of Sale dated January
26, 2006 in the above styled cause, I will sell
to the highest and best bidder for casf'or
cashier's check in the front entrance of the
Clay County Courthouse; 825 N. Orange
Ave., Green Cove Springs, FL 32043 on the
1ST DAY OF MARCH, 2006 between 9:30
a.m. and 10:00 a.m. the following described
real and personal property.
1982 21 FT. Catalina Salboat
Serial Number: CTYH131M82K
Dated this 26th day of January, 2006.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT







February 9, 2006


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Clerk of the Circuit Court, by: Michelle Hal-
comb, deputy clerk.
legal no. 7978 published February 2 and
9, 2006 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


NOTICE OFAGENCYACTION
TAKEN BY THE ST. JOHNS RIVER
WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT
Notice is given that the following permit
was issued on JANUARY 25, 2006: MR.
JOHN HODGES, President H2004 INC.,
2050 62nd Ave N, St. Petersburg, FL 33702,
permit # 42-019-102742-1. The project is lo-
cated in Clay County, Section 72, Township
8 South, Range 23 East. The permit author-
- izes a surface water management system on
23.9 acres to serve a single family subdivi-
sion known as Casa Grande. The receiving
water body is groundwater.
The file(s) containing the application for the
above listed permit is available for inspection
Monday through Friday except for legal holi-
days, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the St. Johns
PIiver Water Management District (District)
Headquarters, 4049 Reid Street Palatka, FL
32178-1429. A person whose substantial in-
terests are affected by the District permitting
decision may petition for an administrative
hearing in accordance with sections 120.569
and 120.57, Florida Statutes, or may choose
to pursue mediation as an alternative reme-
dy under section 120.573, Florida Statutes,
before the deadline for filing a petition.
Choosing mediation will not adversely affect
the right to a hearing if mediation does not re-
sult in a settlement. The procedures for pur-
suing mediation are set forth in section
120.573, Florida Statutes, and rules 28-
106.111 and 28-106.401-.404 Florida Admin-
istrative Code. Petitions must comply with the
requirements of Florida Administrative Code
Chapter 28-106 and be filed with (received
by) the District Clerk located at District Head-
quarters, Highway 100 West, Palatka, FL
32177. Petitions for administrative hearing on
the above applications) must be filed within
twenty-one (21) days of publication of this no-
tice or within twenty-six (26) days of the Dis-
trict depositing notice of this intent in the mail
for those persons to whom the District mails
actual notice. Failure to file a petition within
this time period shall constitute a waiver of
any rights) such persons) may have.to re-
quest an administrative determination (hear-
ing) under sections 120.569 and 120.57, F.S.,
concerning the subject permit. Petitions that
are not filed in accordance with the above
provisions are subject to dismissal.
Because'the administrative hearing process
is designed to forulate final agency action, the
filing of a petition means that the District's final
action may be different from the position taken
by it in this notice of intent. Persons whose
substantial interests will be affected by any
such final decision of the District on the appli-
cant have the right to petition to become a
party to the proceeding, in accordance with
the requirements set forth above.
legal no. 7979 published February 6,
2006 in Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper.


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:
LYNRON DISTRIBUTING
Under which I/we/am/are engaged in busi-
ness at:
670 WELLS LANDING DRIVE
ORANGE PARK, FL. 32073
That the party/parties interested in said busi-
ness enterprise is/are as follows:
RONALD L. TEACHEY
LEGAL NO. 7982
Published February 9,2006 in Clay Coun-
ty's Clay Today newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR CLAY COUN-
TY, FLORIDA, PROBATE DIVISION, FILE
NO: 06-CP-9.
IN RE: ESTATE OF STANLEY WAYNE
MCLEOD A/K/A STANLEY WAYNE
MCLEOD, deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of STAN-
LEY WAYNE MCLEOD, a/k/a STANLEY
WAYNE MCLEOD, , deceased, whose date
of death was, December 4, 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: February 9,
2006.
Attorney for Personal Representative:
ROBERT D. HINES ESQ.,
Florida Bar No: 0413550
Hines Norman Hines, P.L.
315 South Hyde Park Avenue
Tampa, Florida 33606
(813) 251-8659
Personal Representative:
Elizabeth D. McLeod
5614 Overlook Drive E.
Keystone Heights, Florida 32656
LEGAL NO. 7983 Published February 9
and 16,2006 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


NOTICE OFAGENCYACTION
TAKEN BY THE ST JOHNS RIVER
WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT
Notice is given that the following permit
was issued on July 16, 2003: VAULT IN-
VESTORS TWO, L.P., 7220 FINANCIAL
WAY, SUITE 400, JACKSONVILLE, FLORI-
DA 32256, permit #40-019-81332-2. The
project is located in Clay County, Section 35,
Township 4S South, Range 25E East. The
permit authorized a surface water manage-
ment system on 17.98 acres to serve a com-
mercial development known as Brickyard
Mini Warehouse & Retail Center. The re-
ceiving water body is Doctors Lake.
The file(s) containing the application for the
above listed permit is available for inspection
Monday through Friday except for legal hol-
idays, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the St. Johns
River Water Management District (District)
Headquarters, 4049 Reid Street Palatka, FL
32178-1429. A person whose substantial in-
terests are affected by the District permitting
decision may petition for an administrative
hearing in accordance with sections 120.569
and 120.57, Florida Statutes, or may choose
to pursue mediation as an alternative reme-
dy under section 120.573, Florida Statutes,
before the deadline for filing a petition.
Choosing mediation will not adversely affect
the right to a hearing if mediation does not
result in a settlement. The procedures for
pursuing mediation are set forth in section
120.573, Florida Statutes, and rules 28-
106.111 and 28-106.401-.404 Florida Ad-
ministrative Code. Petitions must comply
with the requirements of Florida Administra-
tive Code Chapter 28-106 and be filed with
(received by) the District Clerk located at
District Headquarters, Highway 100 West,
Palatka, FL 32177. Petitions for administra-
tive hearing on the above applications) must
be filed within twenty-one (21) days of pub-
lication of this notice or within twenty-six (26)
days of the District depositing notice of this
intent in the mail for those persons to whom
the District mails actual notice. Failure to file
a petition within this time period shall consti-
tute a waiver of any rights) such persons)
may have to request an administrative de-
termination (hearing) under sections
120.569 and 120.57, F.S., concerning the
subject permit. Petitions that are not filed in
accordance with the above provisions are
subject to dismissal.
Because the administrative hearing
process is designed to forulate final agency
action, the filing of a petition means that the
District's final action may be different from
the position taken by it in this notice of intent.
Persons whose substantial interests will be
affected by any such final decision of the
District on the applicant have the right to pe-
tition to become a party to the proceeding, in
accordance with the requirements set forth
above.
legal no. 7985 published February 9,2006
in Clay County's Clay Today newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION CASE
NO: 05-417-CA-DIV E
MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRA-


TION SYSTEMS, INC. AS NOMINEE FOR
TAYLOR, BEAN & WHITAKER MORTGAGE
CORPORATION, PLAINTIFF
vs.
BRETTA. MOORE, et al, Defendants
RE-NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a
Motion and Order Resetting Foreclosure
Sale Date dated the 1st day of February,
2006 and entering in Case No. 05-417-CA-
Div E, of the Circuit Court of the 4th Judicial
Circuit in and for Clay County, Florida,
wherein Mortgage Electronic Registration
Systemrs Inc. as nominee for Taylor, Bean
and Whitaker Mortgage Corporation is the
Plaintiff and Brett A. Moore; Mortgage Elec-
tronic Registration Systems, Inc. as nomi-
nee for Irwin Union Bank and Trust
Company; unknown spouse of Brett A.
Moore; John Doe; Jane Doe as unknown
tenant (s) in possession of the subject prop-
erty 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
Courthouse, in Green Cove Springs, Florida,
at 10:00 a.m. on the 2nd day of March, 2006,
the following described property as set forth
in said Final Judgment, to wit:
Lot 15, Block 2, Grove Park Unit 3, accord-
ing to the plat thereof as recorded in Plat
Book 7, page 68, of the Public Records of
Clay County, Florida.
In accordance with the Americans with Dis-
abilities Act of 1990 (ADA), disabled per-
sons who, because of their disabilities need
special accommodation to participate in this
proceeding should contact the ADA Coordi-
nator 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 2nd day of February, 2006.
(s) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Circuit
Court by Tammy Rosenbaum, Deputy Clerk
Submitted by Law Office of Marshall C. Wat-
son, 1800 NW 49th St., Suite 120, Ft. Laud-
erdale, FL 33309. Telephone (954)
453-0365, facsimile (954) 771-6052.
LEGAL No. 7988 published February 9
and 16, 2006 In Clay County's ClayToday
newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT OF THE 4TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Case #: 2004-CA-000112, Division E
MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRA-
TION SYSTEMS, INC. PLAINTIFF
vs.
DANY A. AVELINO AND ODETTE AVELI-
NO, HIS WIFE, et al, Defendants


NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to
an Order of Final Judgment of Foreclosure
dated January 30, 2006, entered in Civil
Case No. 2004-CA-000112 of the Circuit
Court of the 4th Judicial Circuit in and for
Clay County, Florida, wherein MORTGAGE
ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION SYSTEMS,
INC., Plaintiff and DANY A. AVELINO and
ODETTE AVELINO, his wife, are defen-
dant(s), I will sell to the highest and best bid-
der for cash, at the front door of the Clay
County Courthouse, located at 825 N. Or-
ange Avenue, Green Cove Springs, Clay
County, Florida, at 10:00 a.m. on March 30,
2006, the following described property as set
forth in said Final Judgment, to-wit:
Lot 1, Block 4, Heritage Farms Unit 1, ac-
cording to the Plat thereof as recorded in
Plat Book 13, pages 49 through 53, inclusive
of the public records of Clay County, Florida.
If you are a persons with a disability who
needs any accommodation in order to par-
ticipate in this proceeding, you are entitled,
at no cost to you, to the provision of certain
assistance. Please contact Clay County
Courthouse, 825 North Orange Avenue,
Green Cove Springs, FL 32043 within two
working days of your receipt of this notice of
sale: if you are hearing impaired call 1-800-
955-8771; if you are voice impaired call: 1-
800-955-8770.
Dated at Green Cove Springs, Florida this
31st day of January, 2006.
(s) James B. Jett, Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Clay County, Florida by Deborah M. Beyer-
le, Deputy Clerk
LEGAL No. 7989 published February 9
and 16,2006 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


LEGAL NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that pursuant to a
petition filed by Highland First Baptist Church
to close that portion of unnamed right of way,
described as: A PORTION OF A 40 FOOT
PLATTED ROADWAY LYING BETWEEN
BLOCKS 1 AND 3 OF THE J.A. KNOX PLAT
OF HIGHLAND IN SECTION 31 TOWN-
SHIP 4 SOUTH, RANGE 23 EAST, AS PER
PLAT RECORDED IN DEED BOOK R,
PAGE 133, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA, AND BEING
MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS
FOLLOWS:
COMMENCE AT AN INTERSECTION OF
THE SOUTHERLY BOUNDARY OF THE
RIGHT OF WAY OF SAID 40 FOOT
STREET (ALSO BEING THE NORTHERLY
BOUNDARY OF BLOCK 1) WITH THE
EASTERLY BOUNDARY OF THE RIGHT


OF WAY OF STATE ROAD 200 (US 301)
FOR THE POINT OF BEGINNING AND
RUN NORTH 19 DEGREES 46 MINUTES
20 SECONDS EAST, ALONG SAID EAST-
ERLY BOUNDARY 40.00 FEET TO THE
NORTHERLY BOUNDARY OF SAID
STREET (ALSO BEING THE SOUTHERLY
BOUNDARY OF BLOCK 3); THENCE
SOUTH 70 DEGREES 56 MINUTES 17
MINUTES EAST, ALONG SAID NORTHER-
LY BOUNDARY, 326.30 FEET; THENCE
SOUTH 19 DEGREES 10 MINUTES 00
SECONDS WEST, 200.00 FEETTO AN IN-
TERSECTION WITH THE NORTHERLY
BOUNDARY OF A PLATTED 40 FOOT
STREET LYING BETWEEN BLOCKS 2
AND 3; THENCE NORTH 70 DEGREES 56
MINUTES 77 SECONDS WEST, ALONG
LAST SAID NORTHERLY BOUNDARY
40.00 FEET; THENCE NORTH 19 DE-
GREES 10 MINUTES 00 SECONDS EAST
160.00 FEET TO THE NORTHEAST COR-
NER OF SAID BLOCK 1, THENCE NORTH
70 DEGREES 56 MINUTES 17 SECONDS
WEST, ALONG THE NORTHERLY BOUND-
ARY OF BLOCK 1, A DISTANCE OF 286.73
FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
CONTAINING 19,450 SQUARE FEET OR
0.447 OF AN ACRE MORE OR LESS.
The Board of County Commissioners, Clay
County, Florida held a public hearing on said
petition on Tuesday, January 24, 2006 at
3:45 p.m. and adopted a resolution dated
January 24, 2006 closing the above de-
scribed road.
legal no. 7990 published February 9,2006
in Clay County's Clay Today newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA GENERAL JURISDIC-
TION DIVISION CASE NO: 10-2003-CA-352
DIVISION A
CITIMORTGAGE, INC., SUCCESSOR BY
MERGER TO FIRST NATIONWIDE MORT-
GAGE CORPORATION, INC.
PLAINTIFF
VS.
RANDY W. DALRYMPLE 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 RANDY W. DALRYMPLE IF ANY;
CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA; JOHN DOE
AND JANE DOE AS UNKNOWN TENANTS
IN POSSESSION
DEFENDANTS)
RE-NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to an


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Order Granting the Motion to Reset Foreclo-
sure Sale dated January 27, 2006 entered in
Civil Case No. 10-2003-CA-352 DIVISION A
of the Circuit court of the 4TH Judicial Circuit
in and for CLAY County, GREEN COVE
SPRINGS, Florida, I will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash at FRONT STEPS
of the CLAY County Courthouse, 825 N OR-
ANGE AVENUE, GREEN COVE SPRINGS,
Florida, at 10:00 a.m. on the 27 day of Feb-
ruary. 2006 the following described proper-
ty as set forth in said Summary Final
Judgment, to-wit:
A PORTION OF THE EAST 1/2 OF SEC-
TION 13, TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH, RANGE,
23 EAST, CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA,
BEING MORE PARTICULARLY DE-
SCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: FOR POINT OF
REFERENCE, COMMENCE AT A "FOUND"
CONCRETE MONUMENTATTHE SOUTH-
EAST CORNER OF SAID SECTION 13,
RUN THENCE SOUTH 899 25' 11" WEST,
ALONG THE SOUTHERLY LINE OF SAID
SECTION 13, A DISTANCE OF 883.26
FEET; THENCE CONTINUE SOUTH 899 25'
11"WESTALONG SAID SOUTHERLY LINE
OF SECTION 13, A DISTANCE OF 1.783.03
FEET; RUN THENCE NORTH 002 27' 57"
WEST, A DISTANCE OF 2,400.00 FEET;
THENCE NORTH 899 32' 93" EAST, DIS-
TANCE OF 335.00 FEET; THENCE NORTH
60- 37' 40" EAST, A DISTANCE OF 270.00
FEETTO THE POINT OF BEGINNING FOR
THIS DESCRIPTION.
FROM THE POINT OF BEGINNING THUS
DESCRIBED, CONTINUE NORTH 602
37'40" EAST, A DISTANCE OF 340.00


FEET; RUN THENCE NORTH 22� 40' 50"
WEST, A DISTANCE OF 457.66 FEET TO A
POINT IN THE SOUTHEASTERLY RIGHT
OF WAY LINE OF A 60 FOOT ROADWAY
KNOWN AS OTTER LANE, RUN THENCE
SOUTH 560 05' 25" WEST, ALONG SAID
SOUTHEASTERLY RIGHT OF WAY LINE,
A DISTANCE OF 195.00 FEET TO AN
ANGLE POINT THEREIN; RUN THENCE
SOUTH 330 54' 35" EAST, ALONG THE
RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF SAID OTTER
LANE, A DISTANCE OF 20.00 FEETTO AN
ANGLE POINT THEREIN; DEPARTING
FROM SAID RIGHT OF WAY LINE, RUN
THENCE SOUTH 032 48' 26" EAST, A DIS-
TANCE OF 464.67 FEET TO THE POINT
OF BEGINNING TOGETHER WITH A 1986
PIED MOBILE HOME, VIN #5363683792
AND 5363683792B
Dated this 30 day of January, 2006.
(SEAL) James B. Jett, Clerk of the Circuit
Court by: Amanda L. Ellisen, Deputy Clerk
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICANS
WITH DISABILITIES ACT, persons with dis-
abilities needing a special accommodation
should contact COURT ADMINISTRATION,
at the CLAY County Courthouse at 904-630-
2564, 1800-955-8771 (TDD) or 1-800-955-
8770, via Florida Relay Service.
DAVID J. STERN, P.A.
801 S. UNIVERSITY DRIVE SUITE 500
PLANTATION, FL 33324
(904) 233-8000
legal no. 7991 published February 9 and
16, 2006 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA GENERAL JURISDIC-
TION DIVISION CASE NO: 05-CA-1090
LASALLE BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION
AS TRUSTEE FOR CERTIFICATE HOLD-
ERS OF BEAR STEARN ASSET BACKED
SECURITIES I LLC ASSET BACKED CER-
TIFICATES, SERIES 2004-2 PLAINTIFF
VS.
DONALD LUBRANO 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 DONALD LUBRANO IF ANY;
APRIL STEPHENS F/K/A APRIL LUBRANO
IF LIVING, AND IF DEAD, THE UNKNOWN
SPOUSE, HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
ASSIGNEES, LIENORS, CREDITORS,
TRUSTEES AND ALL OTHER PARTIES
CLAIMING AND INTEREST BY, THROUGH,
UNDER OR AGAINST APRIL STEPHENS
F/K/A APRIL LUBRANO; UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF APRIL STEPHENS F/K/A
APRIL LUBRANO; JOHN DOE AND JANE
DOE AS UNKNOWN TENANTS IN POS-
SESSION DEFENDANTS)
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Summary Final Judgment of
Foreclosure dated JANUARY 30, 2006 en-
tered in Civil Case NO. 05-CA-1090 of the
Circuit court of the 4TH Judicial Circuit in and
for CLAY County, GREEN COVE SPRINGS,
Florida, I will sell to the highest and best bid-
der for cash at 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 28 day of FEBRUARY. 2006 the follow-
ing described property as set forth in said
Summary Final Judgement, to-wit:
CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA VIS: A PARCEL
OF LAND SITUATED IN SECTION 32,
TOWNSHIP 8 SOUTH, RANGE 23 EAST,
MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS
FOLLOWS: COMMENCE AT A CON-
CRETE MONUMENTATTHE SOUTHEAST
CORNER OF SAID SECTION 32 AND RUN
NORTH ALONG THE EAST LINE OF SAID
SECTION 32 A DISTANCE OF 1644.9 FEET
TO A CONFRETE MONUMENT ON THE
SOUTHERLY RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF A
COUNTY ROAD; THENCE RUNSOUTH 77
DEGREES 30 MINUTES 06 SECONDS
WEST, ALONG SAID SOUTHERLY RIGHT
OF WAYLINE 1758.00 FEET TO AN IRON
PIPE AND THE POINT OF BEGINNING;
THENCE CONTINUE SOUTH 77 DE-
GREES 30 MINUTES 06 SECONDS WEST,
ALONG SAIND SOUTHERLY RIGHT OF
WAY LINE, 100.00 FEET TO AN IRON
PIPE; THENCE RUN SOUTH 04 DEGREES
58 MINUTES 48 SECONDS EAST,110.41
FEET TO AN IRON PIPE; THENCE CON-
TINUE SOUTH 04 DEGREES 58 MINUTES
48 SECONDS EAST, 89.59 FEET TO AN
IRON PIPE; THENCE CONTINUE SOUTH
04 DEGREES 58 MINUTES 48 SECONDS
EAST, 47.00 FEET MORE OR LESS TO
THE WATERS OF LAKE HUTCHINSON;
THENCE RUN NORTH 70 DEGREES 16
MINUTES 45 SECONDS EAST, ALONG
THE WATERS OF SAID LAKE, 102.51
FEET; THENCE RUN NORTH 04 DE-
GREES 58 MINUTES 48 SECONDS WEST,
34 FEET MORE OR LESS TO AN IRON
PIPE; THENCE CONTINUE NORTH 04 DE-
GREES 58 MINUTES 48 SECONDS WEST,
89.88 FEET TO AN IRON PIPE; THENCE
CONTINUE NORTH 04 DEGREES 58 MIN-
UTES 48 SECONDS WEST, 110.12 FEET
TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. RE-
SERVING AN EASEMENT OF 10.00 FEET
WIDE ALONG THE NORTH LINE OF SAID
PARCEL FOR A UTILITIES EASEMENT.
TOGETHER WITH ALL RIPARIAN AND LIT-
TORAL RIGHTS THEREUNTO APPER-
TAINING TO LAKE HUTCHINSON.
dated this 30 day of JANUARY, 2006.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT
Clerk of the Circuit Court, By: Debra M. Bey-
erie, 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
05-47014 EMC
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. 7992 published on February 9
and 16, 2006 in the Clay County's Clay
Today newspaper.


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON
ADOPTION OF ORDINANCE
The Board of County Commissioners of
Clay County, Florida, will hold a public hear-
ing Tuesday, February 14, 2006 at 5:05 p.m.
or as soon thereafter as can be heard, in the
Board of County Commissioners Meeting
Room on the Fourth Floor of the Clay Coun-
ty Administration Building, 477 Houston
Street, Green Cove Springs, Florida, to con-
sider the adoption of AN ORDINANCE OF
THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSION-
ERS AMENDING ORDINANCE 93-21,
WHICH ADOPTED CERTAIN TABLES
WHICH COMPRISE PART OF THE DATA


AND ANALYSIS SUPPORTING THE FIVE
YEAR SCHEDULE OF CAPITAL IM-
PROVEMENTS OF THE CLAY COUNTY
2015 COMPREHENSIVE PLAN ADOPTED
PURSUANT TO CLAY COUNTY ORDI-
NANCE 92-03, AS AMENDED; PROVIDING
AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
All interested persons are invited to attend
the public hearing and be heard by the
Board on matters pertaining to this ordi-
nance. Pursuant to Section 286.0105, Flori-
da Statutes, a person deciding to appeal any
decision made by the Board with respect to
any matter considered at the meeting of the
Board at which the public hearing is held or
at any subsequent meeting to which the
Board has continued its deliberations is ad-
vised that such person will need a record of
all proceedings and may need to ensure that
a verbatim record of all proceedings is made,
which must include the testimony and evi-
derice upon which the appeal is to be based.
A copy of the proposed ordinance may be in-
spected by members of the public in the of-
fice of the Clay County Finance Director,
Fourth Floor of said Administration Building,
between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:30
p.m., Monday through Friday, excluding legal
holidays.
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 ADA
Coordinator by mail at Post Office Box 1366,
Green Cove springs, Florida 32043, or by
telephone number (904) 269-6376, Green
Cove springs, Florida 32043, or by tele-
phone at (904) 269-6376, no later than three
(3) days prior to the hearing or proceeding
for which this notice has been given. Hear-
ing impaired persons can access the fore-
going telephone number by contacting the
Florida Relay Service at 1-800-955-8770
(Voice) or 1-800-955-8771 (TDD).
Board of County Commissioners
Clay County, Florida.
legal no. 7993 published February 9,2006
in Clay County's Clay Today newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION CASE
NO: 10-2005-CA-1254
WASHINGTON MUTUAL BANK, F.A.,
Plaintiff,
vs.
CYNTHIA F. WINN A/K/A CYNTHIA FAYE
WINN, et al,
Defendants.
NOTICE FACTION
TO:
CYNTHIA F. WINN A/K/A CYNTHIA FAYE
WINN (current Residence) 3449 FALLON
COURT, MIDDLEBURG, FL 32068
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF CYNTHIA F. WILL
A/K/A CYNTHIA FAYE WINN (Current Resi-
dence) 3449 FALLON COURT, MIDDLE-
BURG, FL 32068
JOHN DOE AS UNKNOWN TENANT IN
POSSESSION OF SUBJECT PROPERTY
(Current Residence) 3449 FALLON COURT,
MIDDLEBURG, FL 32068
JANE DOE AS UNKNOWN TENANT IN
POSSESSION OF SUBJECT PROPER-
TY(Current Residence) 3449 FALLON
COURT, MIDDLEBURG, FL 32068
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for Fore-
closure of Mortgage on the following de-
scribed property:
LOT 39, RIDEOUT HIDEAWAY, ACCORD-
ING TO THE PLATTHEREOF, RECORDED
IN PLAT BOOK 38, PAGE 60, OF THE PUB-
LIC RECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY, FLORI-
DA.
has been filed against you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your written de-
fenses, if any, to it, on Marshall C. Watson,
P.A., Attorney for Plaintiff, whose address is
1800 NW 49TH STREET, SUITE 120, FT.
LAUDERDALE FL 33309, date which is
within thirty (30) days after the first publica-
tion of this Notice in the CLAY TODAY and
file the original with the Clerk of this court ei-
ther before service on Plaintiff's attorney or
immediately thereafter; otherwise a default
will be entered against you for the relief de-
manded in the complaint.
In accordance with the Americans with Dis-
abilities Act of 1990 (ADA), disabled persons
who, because of their disabilities need, spe-
cial accommodation to participate in this pro-
ceeding should contact the ADA Coordinator
at 825 N. ORANGE AVENUE, GREEN
COVE SPRINGS, FL 32043 or Telephone
Voice/TDD (904) 630-2564 not later than five
business days prior to such proceeding.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of this court
this 30 day of JANUARY, 2006.
05-06067
(SEAL) James B. Jett, As Clerk of the Court,
by: Debra M. Beyerle, Deputy Clerk
legal no. 7994 published February 9 and
16, 2006 in the Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


PUBLIC SALE
Coastal Self Storage, pursuant to the Flori-
da provision of the Self Storage Act (83-806)
will conduct a public sale to the highest bid-
der for cash only on their Premises at 2000
Wells Road, Orange Park, FL 32073 on Feb-
ruary 18th, 2006 at 9:00 a.m. on the follow-
ing units. The company reserves the right to
reject any Bid and withdraw any items from
the sale.
10% Buyers Premium


Unit 235
Richard Clemmons
Household
Unit 338
David Wheeler
Household
Unit 202
David Zember
Household
Legal no. 7995 published February 9 and
16, 2006 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING
First Coast Technical Institute Board of Di-
rectors Meeting will be held February 10, at
8:30 a.m. at Putnam County Chamber, 1100
Reid Street, Palatka, Fla.
The meeting is open to the 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 verbatinT
record of the proceedings is made, which
record includes the testimony and evidence
upon which the appeal is to be based. Any
person requiring special accommodations at
this meeting because of a disability or phys-
ical impairment should contact FCTI (904)
829-1011 at least five calendar days prior to
the.meeting.
Christine Cothron, President
Legal No. 7996 published February 9,
2006 in Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper.


ST. JOHNS RIVER WATER
MANAGEMENT DISTRICT GIVES
WRITTEN NOTICE OF INTENDED
DISTRICT DECISION
The District gives notice of its intent to
issue a Formal Wetland Determination for
the following properties:
Peters Creek Investments, LLC, Petitioner,
18454 Town Center Blvd., Suite 105, Orange
Park, FL 32003, File No. 16-019-98131-1.
The property is located in Clay County, Sec-
tion(s) 32; Township 5 South; Range 26 East
and includes 220.150 acres. The current
owner is Peters Creek Investments, LLC.
The file(s) containing the application for the
above listed Formal Wetland Determinations
are available for inspection Monday through
Friday except for legal holidays, 8:00 a.m. to
5:00 p.m. at the St. Johns River Water Man-
agement District (District) Headquarters, or
the appropriate Service Center. The District
will take action on each permit application
listed above unless a petition for an admin-
istrative proceeding (hearing) is filed pur-
suant to the provisions of Section 120.569
and 120.57, Florida Statutes Chapter 28-106
and 40C-1.1007, Florida Administrative
Code (F.A.C.). A person whose substantial
interests are affected by any of the Districts
proposed permitting decisions identified
above may petition for an administrative
hearing in accordance with Sections
120.569 and 120.57 or all parties may reach
a written agreement on mediation as an al-
ternative remedy under Section 120.573.
Choosing mediation will not adversely affect
the right to a hearing if mediation does not
result in a settlement. The procedures for
pursuing mediation are set forth in Section
120.573, F.S., and Rules 28-106.111 and
28.106.401-405 F.A.C. Petitions must com-
ply with the requirements of Florida Admin-
istrative Code, Chapter 28-106 and be filed
with (received by) the District Clerk, located
at District Headquarters, 4049 Reid St.,
Palatka, FL 32177. Petitions for administra-
tive hearing on the above applications) must
be filed within twenty-one (21) days of pub-
lication of this notice or within twenty-six (26)
days of the District depositing notice of this
intent in the mail for those persons to whom
the District mails actual notice. Failure to file
a petition within this time period shall consti-
tute a waiver of any rights) such persons)
may have to request an administrative de-
termination (hearing) under sections
120.569 and 120.57, F.S., concerning the
subject permit. Petitions that are not filed in
accordance with the above provisions are
subject to dismissal.
Because the administrative hearing process
is designed to formulate final agency action,
the filing of a petition means that the Dis-
trict's final action may be different from the
position taken by it in this notice of intent.
Persons whose substantial interests will be
affected by any such final decision of the
District on the applicant have the right to pe-
tition to become a party to the proceeding, in
accordance with the requirements set forth
above.
Legal no. 7997 published February 9, 2006,
Clay County's Clay Today newspaper.


THE ST. JOHNS RIVER WATER MAN-
AGEMENT DISTRICT HAS RECEIVED
THE APPLICATIONS) FOR ENVIRON-
MENTAL RESOURCE PERMITS) FROM:
The St. Johns River Water Management
District has received the applications) for
Environmental Resource Permit(s) from:
Doctors Inlet RV & Boat Storage, LLC, P.O.
Box 65727, Orange Park, FL 32065, appli-
cation #40-019-103443-1. The project is lo-
cated in Clay County, Section 35, Township
04 South, Range 25 East. The ERP appli-
cation is for construction of a surface water


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management system for a 3.6-acre devel-
opment known as Doctors Lake RV and
Boat Storage.
The file(s) containing each of the above-
listed applications) are available for inspec-
tion Monday through Friday except for legal
holidays, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the St.
Johns River Water Management District
Headquarters or the appropriate service cen-
ter. Written objections to the application may
be made, but should be filed with (received
by) the District Clerk, 4049 Reid St., Palatka,
Florida 32177-1429, no later than 14 days
from the date of publication. Written objec-
tions should identify the objector by name
and address, and fully describe the objection
to the application. Filing a written objection
does not entitle you to a Chapter 120, Flori-
da Statutes, Administrative Hearing. Only
those persons whose substantial interests
are affected by the application and who file
a petition meeting the requirements of Sec-
tions 120.596 and 120.57, Florida Statutes,
and Chapter 28-106, Florida Administrative
Code, may obtain an administrative hearing.
All timely filed written objections will be pre-
sented to the Board for consideration in its
deliberations on application prior to the
Board taking action on the application.
Gloria Lewis, Director,
Division of Permit Data Services.
St. Johns River Water Management District.
legal no. 7998 published February 09,
2006 in Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper.


PUBLIC NOTICE
Trustees of the Lake Asbury Municipal Ser-
vice Benefit District will meet at 3pm on
February 20 at the Lake Asbury Communi-
ty Building to select a contractor to remove
trees from areas scheduled for dredging.
legal no. 7999 published February 9,
2006 in the Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, GENERAL JURISDIC-
TION DIVISION.
CASE NO: 2005-1039-CA
GMAC MORTGAGE CORPORATION,
Plaintiff, vs.
EDWARD DOGAN, 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 EDWARD DOGAN; LAWANDA
DOGAN, 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
LAWANDA DOGAN; OLDE SUTTON OAKS
OWNERS ASSOCIATION,INC; JOHN DOE
AND JANE DOE AS UNKNOWN TENANTS
IN POSSESSION, Defendant(s)
RE-NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to
an Order Granting the Moti6n to Reset Fore-
closure Sale dated February 2, 2006, en-
tered in Civil Case No. 2005-1039-CA of the
Circuit Court of the 4th Judicial Circuit in and
for CLAY County, GREEN COVE
SPRINGS, Florida, I will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash at FRONT STEPS
of the CLAY County Courthouse, 330 East
Bay St., Jacksonville, Florida at 10:00 a.m.
on the 3rd day of April, 2006, the following
described property as set forth in said Sum-
mary Final Judgment, to wit:
Lot 76, Olde Sutton Oaks, according to the
plat thereof, as recorded in plat book 32,
pages 52, 53, 54, 55, 56 and 57 of the Pub-
lic Records of Clay County, Florida.
Dated this 3rd day of February, 2006.
(s) James B. Jett, Clerk of the Court
by Ann Garrison, Deputy Clerk
In accordance with the Americans with Dis-
abilities Act of 1990 (ADA), persons with dis-
abilities needing a special accommodation
should contact the COURT ADMINISTRA-
TION at the Clay County Courthouse at
(904) 630-2564, 1-800-955-8771 (TDD) or 1-
800-955-8770, via Florida Relay Service.
(s) James B. Jett, as Clerk of the Court
by Amie Herrera, as Deputy Clerk
David J. Stern, P.A.
801 S. University Dr. Suite 500
Plantation, FL 33324
(954) 233-8000
LEGAL NO. 8000 published February 9
and 16, 2006 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, CIVIL DIVISION.
CASE NO: 2005-1218-CA
HSBC MORTGAGE SERVICES, INC. Plain-
tiff, vs.



PUBLIC NOTICE
STRATEGIC PLANNING WORKSHOP
on Wednesday, March 1, 2006, begin-
ning at 9:00 a.m. in Suites C & D at the
Thrasher-Home Convention Center
located at 283 College Drive, Orange
Park, Florida.
The meeting is open to the public.

legal no. 7987 published February 9,
16, and 23, 2006 in Clay County's
Clay Today newspaper.
CLT 0056-606


JEROME K. BENWELL, a/k/a JEROME
BENWELL; SUSAN M. BENWELL, a/k/a
SUSAN BENWELL; JOHN DOE; JANE
DOE AS UNKNOWN TENANTS) IN POS-
SESSION OF THE SUBJECT PROPERTY,
Defendants
NOTICE OF ACTION
To: Jerome K. Benwell, a/k/a/ Jerome Ben-
well (residence unknown): (Last known ad-
dress: 1780 Irish Spring Court, Middleburg,
Florida, 32068.) (Attempted addresses: 1721
Anniston Road, #515, Jacksonville, Florida,
32246)
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for
Foreclosure of Mortgage on the following de-
scribed property:
LOT 41, ORANGE PARK SOUTH UNIT 4,
ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF AS
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 21, PAGE 25,
26, 27AND 28, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS
OF CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA
has been filed against you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your written de-
fenses, if any, to it, on Marshall C. Watson,
P.A., Attorney for Plaintiff, whose address in
1800 NW 49th Street, Suite 120, Ft. Laud-
erdale, FL 33309 on or before March 16,
2006, a date which is within thirty (30) days
after the first publication of this Notice in the
Clay Today and file the original with the Clerk
of this Court either before service on Plain-
tiff's attorney or immediately thereafter; oth-
erwise a default will be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the complaint.
In accordance with the Americans with Dis-
abilities Act of 1990 (ADA), disabled persons
who, because of their disabilities need spe-
cial accommodation to participate in this pro-
ceeding should contact the ADA Coordinator
at 825 N. Orange Avenue, Green Cove
Springs, FL 32043, or telephone voice/TDD
(904) 630-2564 not later than five business
days prior to such proceeding. Witness my
hand and the seal of this court this 3rd day
of February, 2006.
(s) James B. Jett, as Clerk of the Court
by Amie Herrera, as Deputy Clerk
LEGAL NO. 8001 published February 9
and 16,2006 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING
First Coast Technical Institute Board of Di-
rectors Workshops will be held February 8,
15, 22, March 1, 8, 15, 22, 29, 2006 at 8:30
a.m. at FCTI-Putnam Co. Center, 820 Reid
Street, Suite D, Palatka, Fla.
The meeting is open to the 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 the appeal is to be based. Any
person requiring special accommodations at
this meeting because of a disability or phys-
ical impairment should contact FCTI (904)
829-1011 at least five calendar days prior to
the meeting.


Christine Cothron, President
Legal no. 8002 published February 9,
2006 in Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper.


KEYSTONE MINI STORAGE OF AMERICA
1053 S.W. Hwy. 100
Keystone Heights, FL 32656
(352) 473-7683
Notice of Sale
BRENDAL.COUEY K4
JULIA M. RIEMER K49
possessory lien on all of the goods stored in
the prospective units above. All these items
of personal property are being sold pursuant
to the assertion of the lien on 2/18/06 at
10:00 a.m. in order to collect the amounts
due from you. The sale will take place in front
of each unit starting at 1053 SE Hwy. 100,
Keystone Heights, FL 32656.
legal no. 8003 published February 9 and
16, 2006 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


PUBLIC SALE
The following vehicles wol be sold at public
auction for towing and storage costs:
1978 CHEVROLET
#CGL258J161672
1998 CHEVROLET
#1GCCS1948W8209113
1997 HONDA
#1HGEJ8245VLO43130
1995 DODGE
#1B3HD46T6SF651781
The auction will be held on 02-24-06 at 10:00
a.m. at 2909 Blanding Blvd., Middleburg, FL.
Vehicles may be viewed at this location.
Scott's Affordable Towing Inc.
2909 Blanding Blvd.
Middleburg, FL 32068
(904) 276-5597
legal no. 8004 published February 9, 2006
in Clay County's Clay Today newspaper.


NOTICE OFAGENCYACTION
BY THE ST. JOHNS RIVER WATER
MANAGEMENT DISTRICT
Notice is given that the following permit
was issued on January 26, 2006 to East
West Partners, 2105 Harbor Lake Drive, Or-
ange Park, FL 32003, Permit No. 40-019-
65850-48. The project, EAGLE LANDING
AT OAKLEAF PLANTATION PHASE 4, is
located in Clay County, Section 7, 12 and 13
Township 4S, Range 24E and 25E. The per-
mit authorizes CONSTRUCTION OF A SER-
FACE WATER MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
WITH STORMWATER TREATMENT BY
WET DETENTION FOR EAGLE LANDING
AT OAKLEAF PLANTATION PHASE 4, A
118.0 ACRE PROJECT. The receiving water
body is South Prong to Double Branch, to
Little Black Creek, to Black Creek to the St.
Johns River.
The file(s) containing the application for the
above listed permit is available for inspection
Monday through Friday except for legal hol-
idays, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the St. Johns
River Water Management District (District)


CALL FOR PREQUALIFICATION AND BID
Clay County Courthouse Addition and Renovation
Green Cove Springs, FL
Elkins Constructors, Inc., Jacksonville, Florida, as Construction Manager, is pre-qual-
ifying trade contractors for construction relating to all scopes of Work at the Clay County
Courthouse Addition and Renovation. Qualified trade contractors are needed to com-
plete appropriate bid packages. Interested parties should request a pre-qualification
form by mail, e-mail, or by faxing a letter of interest to:
Mike Williams
Elkins Constructors, Inc.
701 W. Adams Street
Jacksonville, FL 32204
Fax #904-387-1303
e-mail: mikew@elkinsconstructors.com

Pre-qualified parties may pick up bid packages from Elkins Constructors main office.
A pre-bid conference will be held at Elkins Constructors' office, 701 West Adams Street,
Jacksonville, FLat 2:00 PM on January 30, 2006.. Sealed bids are due in Elkins' office
by 2:00 PM on February 13, 2006.
Elkins Constructors Inc., highly encourages participation by all minority subcontrac-
tors, suppliers, vendors, and manufacturers.
legal no. 8008 published February 9, 2006 in Clay County's Clay Today newspaper.
CLT-00820-606



NOTICE OF MEETING

The 2005-2006 Clay County Charter Review
Commission will hold a public meeting on Thursday,
February 16, 2006 7:00 p.m., at the Orange Park Town
Hall, .2042 Park Avenue, Orange Park, Florida 32073.
All interested persons are invited to attend.
In accordance with the Americans With Disabilities
Act, any person needing a special accommodation to
participate in this matter should contact the Clay
County ADA Coordinator by mail at Post Office Box
1366, Green Cove Springs, Florida 32043, or by tele-
phone at number (904) 269-6376, no later than three
(3) days prior to the meeting for which this notice has
been given. Hearing impaired persons can access the
foregoing telephone number by contacting the Florida
Relay Service at 1-800-955-8770 (Voice) or 1-800-
955-8771 (TDD).
Charter Review Commission
Clay County, Florida.
legal no. 7986 published February 9, 2006 in Clay County's Clay Today newspaper.
CLT 0055-0606


Headquarters, 4049 Reid Street Palatka, FL
32178-1429. A person whose substantial in-
terests are affected by the District permitting
decision may petition for an administrative
hearing in accordance with sections 120.569
and 120.57, Florida Statutes, or may choose
to pursue mediation as an alternative reme-
dy under section 120.573, Florida Statutes,
before the deadline for filing a petition.
Choosing mediation will not adversely affect
the right to a hearing if mediation does not
result in a settlement. The procedures for
pursuing mediation are set forth in section
120.573, Florida Statutes, and rules 28-
106.111 and 28-106.401-.404 Florida Ad-
ministrative Code. Petitions must comply
with the requirements of Florida Administra-
tive Code Chapter 28-106 and be filed with
(received by) the District Clerk located at
District Headquarters, Highway 100 West,
Palatka, FL 32177. Petitions for administra-
tive hearing on the above applications) must
be filed within twenty-one (21) days of pub-
lication of this notice or within twenty-six (26)
days of the District depositing notice of this
intent in the mail for those persons to whom
the District mails actual notice. Failure to file
a petition within this time period shall consti-
tute a waiver of any rights) such persons)
may have to request an administrative de-
termination (hearing) under sections
120.569 and 120.57, F.S., concerning the
subject permit. Petitions that are not filed in
accordance with the above provisions are
subject to dismissal.
Because the administrative hearing
process is designed to forulate final agency
action, the filing of a petition means that the
District's final action may be different from
the position taken by it in this notice of intent.
Persons whose substantial interests will be
affected by any such final decision of the
District on the applicant have the right to pe-
tition to become a party to the proceeding, in
accordance with the requirements set forth
above.
legal no. 8005 published February 9, 2006
in Clay County's Clay Today newspaper.


NOTICE OF AGENCY ACTION
TAKEN BY THE ST. JOHNS RIVER
WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT
Notice is given that the following permit
was issued on January 12, 2006: Plantation
Village North permit #40-019-90710-2. The
project is located in Clay County, Section
3,4, Township 4 South, Range 25 East. The
permit authorizes A SURFACE WATER
MANAGEMENT SYSTEM ON 17.94
ACRES TO SERVE as a Single Family de-
velopment known as Plantation Village. The
receiving water body is Little Black Creek.
The file(s) containing the application for the
above listed permit is available for inspection
Monday through Friday except for legal hol-
idays, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the St. Johns
River Water Management District (District)
Headquarters, 4049 Reid Street Palatka, FL


32178-1429. A person whose substantial in-
terests are affected by the District permitting
decision may petition for an administrative
hearing in accordance with sections 120.569
and 120.57, Florida Statutes, or may choose
to pursue mediation as an alternative reme-
dy under section 120.573, Florida Statutes,
before the deadline for filing a petition.
Choosing mediation will not adversely affect
the right to a hearing if mediation does not
result in a settlement. The procedures for
pursuing mediation are set forth in section
120.573, Florida Statutes, and rules 28-
106.111 and 28-106.401-.404 Florida Ad-
ministrative Code. Petitions must comply
with the requirements of Florida Administra-
tive Code Chapter 28-106 and be filed with
(received by) the District Clerk located at
District Headquarters, Highway 100 West,
Palatka, FL 32177. Petitions for administra-
tive hearing on the above applications) must
be filed within twenty-one (21) days of pub-
lication of this notice or within twenty-six (26)
days of the District depositing notice of this
intent in the mail for those persons to whom
the District mails actual notice. Failure to file
a petition within this time period shall consti-
tute a waiver of any rights) such persons)
may have to request an administrative de-
termination (hearing) under sections
120.569 and 120.57, F.S., concerning the
subject permit. Petitions that are not filed in
accordance with the above provisions are
subject to dismissal.
Because the administrative hearing
process is designed to forulate final agency
action, the filing of a petition means that the
District's final action may be different from
the position taken by it in this notice of intent.
Persons whose substantial interests will be
affected by any such final decision of the
District on the applicant have the right to pe-
tition to become a party to the proceeding, in
accordance with the requirements set forth
above.
legal no. 8006 published February 9, 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:
ORANGE PARK CRUSH
Under which I/we/am/are engaged in busi-
ness at:
P.O. Box 313
Orange Park, FL 32073
That the party/parties interested in said busi-
ness enterprise is/are as follows:
Lisa Eveson and/or Claudia Smith
LEGAL NO. 8007
Published February 9, 2006 in Clay Coun-
ty's Clay Today newspaper.


LEGAL NOTICE

Sealed bids for LANDSCAPE CONSTRUCTION OF THE AMENITY AREA PHASE 2
EAGLE LANDING LOCATED AT OAKLEAF PLANTATION, Clay County, Florida, will
be received by Ronald E. Kolar, P.E., Construction Engineer at the Eagle Harbor
Construction & Engineering Office, 2105 Harbor Lake Drive, Orange Park, Florida
32003 until 2:00PM, local time, on February 27, 2006.

OWNER: South Village Community Development District'

SCOPE OF WORK: The project consists of fine grading, cleanup, irrigation, land-
scaping and sodding. Bidders will be responsible for design and construction of irriga-
tion system.

BID DOCUMENTS: Will be available thru the Basham and Lucas Design Group 7645
Gate Parkway Suite 201 Jacksonville, FL 32256. Bidders will pay for the cost of repro-
duction of the Plans and Specifications. Please call 731-2323, before picking up plans.

Bidders that have not done landscape construction at Eagle Landing, the Crossings at
Fleming Island Community Development District or projects designed by Basham and
Lucas Design Group previously must submit, 5 days prior to bid, documentation that
they have constructed similar type work, in Clay County and Northeast Florida, contin-
ually over the past five years, along with a listing of other similar work completed dur-
ing the past five years with references. ALL BIDDERS must include a resume and
qualifications for their on-site Superintendent. Said Superintendent shall have main-
tained continuous employment with bidder for a minimum of three years.

CRITERIA FOR CCUA and CDD CONTRACTOR/BIDDER QUALIFICATIONS:

1. All contractors shall register in person with an authorized representative of the
Authority. All contractors shall provide a copy of their certificate of competency for
installation of an irrigation system issued by the Clay County Building Department or a
copy of the master plumber's license.

2. All contractors shall provide documentation that names the Clay County Utility
Authority as an additional insured on the contractor's comprehensive general liability
insurance policy. Minimum coverage shall be $500,000 per occurrence, $1,000,000
aggregate. All contractors must also meet Eagle Landing insurance requirements.

3. The contractor must obtain a permit from the Clay County Building Department to
install an irrigation system. In order to receive this permit, the contractor must be reg-
istered with the Authority.

Bidders that have not constructed subdivisions at Eagle Landing previously must
attend a Pre-Bid Site Inspection with the CDD Construction Manager. Call 278-5020,
Ext. 11 to set up appointment.

The Bidders will be required to submit a Bid Bond equal to 10% of the bid with their
Proposal. The successful Bidder will be required, upon award, to furnish 100%
Performance & Payment Bond, with a Surety acceptable to the Owner. There will be
multiple completion dates with each date having liquidated damages.

Each bid proposal shall remain binding for at least 90 days after the scheduled bid
date. The proposals shall be ranked based on price and the District's evaluation of the
Proposer's ability to perform the services for the project as demonstrated by the docu-
mentation provided by the Proposer and reference checks of the Proposer's clients.
The Owner shall have the right to reject any or all bids or to reject bids which are in any
way incomplete or irregular. The Owner reserves the right to accept or reject any bid,
to reject all bids and re-advertise, or to reject all bids without further action, whatever
appears to be in the Owner's best interest.

legal no. 8009 published February 9, 2006 in Clay County's Clay Today newspaper.
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6) Shell Station - 890 Blanding & Ridgecrest OP
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8) Albertson's (#4378) - 950 Blanding Blvd OP
9) Woody's BBQ Rest.- 950 Blanding Blvd OP
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11) Sprint(#6295) -1091 Blanding & Jefferson OP
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13) Shell Station -1201 Blanding &
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25) Exxon(Flash Foods) -4000 Everett Ave MBG
26) S.P. Jr. Beverage - 2562 Blanding(21) MBG
27) Merita Bread Store - 2568 Blanding(21) MBG
28) Publix - 2640 Blanding(21) MBG
29) Walgreen's- 2675 Blanding Blvd MBG
30) Eckerds - 2672 Blanding(21) MBG
31i Sprint(#6122) - 2682 Blanding(21) & 218 MBG
32) Hardee's Rest. - 2730 Blanding(21) MBG
33) Winn-Dixie (#93) - 2720 Blanding MBG
34) Sprint(#6286) - 4486 SR218W & Mimosa MBG
35) Kangaroo(#1297) - 5105 SR218W & Mallard MBG
36) Clay Hill Discount Bev. - 5134 SR 218W MBG
37) Country Cabin BBQ- 2216 S Mimosa & 218 MBG
38) Lil Champ (#1198) - 2816 Blanding(21)
& Pepp MBG
39) Smoker's Express(#6290) - 3128 Blanding(21) &
215 MBG
40) Strickland's Mart - 6023 Kingsley Lake Dr STK
41) Sprint(#6508) - 6835 SR 21 & 352 KS
42) Keystone P.O. -110 NE Commercial KS
43) City Hall/Police Station - 555 S. Lawrence(21) KS
44) Nick's Kwik Stop - 8800 SR 21 KS
45) Melrose Cafe - 888 SR21 IMEL
46) Kangaroo(#1323) - 205 SR21 KS
47) Ace Hdwe. - 251 E Walker & SR 100 KS
48) Post Office - 7921 SR 100 - Lk Geneva KS
49) Hitchcock's Supermarket- 7380 SR 100W KS


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50) McDonald's Rest. - 7370 SR100 KS
51) Keystone Inn - SR 100W KS
52) BP-242 SR 100 KS
53) B & M Food Mart/Beverage - 7427 SR 21 KS
54) 0. P. Post Office- 1335 Kingsley Ave OP
55) O.P. Medical Center - 2001 Kingsley Ave OP
56) Dunkin Donuts -373 Blanding Blvd. OP
57) Gate Food Post (#1145) - 277 Blanding OP
58) Roadhouse Sports Bar - 231 Blanding Blvd OP
59) Sprint(#6198) - 6621 Argyle Forest Blvd JAX
60) Argyle Bakery - 6625 Argyle Forest Blvd JAX
61) Winn-Dixie(#176) - 8560 Argyle Forest Blvd JAX
62) Publix - 9518 Argyle Forest Blvd JAX
63) Food Garden - OP Mall -1910 Wells Rd OP
64) Old Navy - OP Mall -1910 Wells Rd OP
65) Sprint(#6100) -1690 Wells Rd & Debarry OP
66) Food Lion -1670-103 Wells Rd OP
67) Food Lion - 1670-103 Wells Rd OP
68) Exxon -1576 Wells Rd OP
69) Annie K's -550 Wells Rd OP
70) Loop Rest. - 550 Wells Rd OP
71) Steak & Shake -1681 Wells Rd OP
72) Hess(#9232) - 7106 Blanding Blvd JAX
73) Racetrac(#362) - 7780 Blanding Blvd JAX
74) Eckerds - 7790 Blanding Blvd JAX
75) Red Roof Inn - 6099 Youngerman Cir JAX
76) Publix(#649) - 6001 Argyle Forest Blvd JAX
77) Kangaroo(#6299) - 8496 Blanding Blvd JAX
78) Walgreen's - 42 Blanding Blvd OP
79) Sunny's Food Store -158 Blanding Blvd OP
80) Cedar Foods -190 Arora Blvd OP
81) FCE - Shell - 200 Blanding Blvd OP
82) Krystal Rest. - 208 Blanding Blvd OP
83) Winn-Dixie (#145) - 248 Blanding OP
84) Famous Amos Rest. - 342 Blanding Blvd OP
85) Shell Station - 364 Blanding Blvd OP
86) McDonald's Rest. - 372 Blanding Blvd OP
87) Lil Champ (#16) -1890 Kingsley Ave OP
88) Chamber of Commerce -1734 Kingsley
Ave. OP
89) Grumpy's Rest. - 834 Kingsley Ave OP
90) Larry's Giant Subs - 562 Kingsley Ave OP
91) Walgreen's - 609 Kingsley Ave OP
92) Lil Champ (#548) - 695 Kingsley & Dr.
Lake OP
93) Publix (#668) - 410 Blanding Blvd OP
94) Hess(#9372) - 466 Blanding Blvd OP
95) Barnhill's Rest.- 475 Blanding Blvd OP
96) Lil Champ (#510) - 486 Blanding &
Constitution OP
97) Golden Corral - 582 Blanding Blvd OP
98) Hess(#9375) - 609 Blanding Blvd OP
99) Lil Champ (#34) - 102 Suzanne Dr OP
100) 224 Express/Amoco -116 College Dr OP
101) College Dr. Post Office - 225 College Dr OP


102) Snack & Gas - 270 College Dr. OP
103) Lil Champ (#267) - 338 College &
Old Jennings OP
104) Catherine's Food Store - 2590 CR 220 OP
105) Hess- 2225A CR 220 OP
106) Foremost Liquors - 2015 CR 220 DI
107) Whitey's Fish Camp -2032 SR 220 DI
108) Food Lion - 2570 SR 220 DI
109) Rich's BBQ Rest. - 2574 SR 220 DI
110) Sprint(#6042) - 2584 SR 220 & College DI
111) Shell Station - 3138 SR 220 MBG
112) Sprint(#6234) - 3137 SR 220 & 209
(Russell) MBG
113) Winn-Dixie - 2851 Henley Rd MBG
114) Sprint(#1285) - 2816 Henley Rd LA
115) Penney Farms P.O.- 4521 Lewis Ave PF
116) Citgo - 1963 Park Ave OP
117) Bono's BBQ -1177-9 Park Ave OP
118) Racetrac(#233) -151 Park Ave OP
119) Cracker Barrel - 4272 Eldridge Loop OP
120) Holiday Inn -100 Park Ave(17) OP
121) Chevron - 206 Park Ave & Eldridge OP
122) Shell(#1061) - 340 Park & Wells OP
123) McDonald's - 428 Park Ave OP
124) Star's Food Store -756 Park Ave OP
125) Hess(#9381) -1346 Park Ave OP
126) Shell Station -1408 Park Ave & Stiles OP
127) St. John's Seafood Rest. -1464 Park Ave.(17) OP
128) Winn-Dixie (#40) -1900 Park Ave OP
129) Eckerd's -1952 Park Ave/Kingsley OP
130) Patti's cafe - 2134 Park Ave OP
131) H & H Discount Bev. - 310 Milwaukee Ave.
& 17 OP
132) Gate Food Post (#1160) - 3210 Hwy 17 OP
133) Dry Clean City - 3535-1 Hwy 17 OP
134) Sprint(#6078) - 4305 Hwy 17 & Raggedy Pt. OP
135) Gate Petroleum Co (#1198) -
5000 Hwy 17 OP
136) Publix (#502) - 5000-11 US 17S - Dl OP
137) S & S(BP) STORE -1595 Island Lane OP
138) KoKo's Rest -1560-14 Business Cntr Dr OP
139) Vineyards Apts/Eagle Harbor -
1717 CR 220 OP
140) Walgreen's -1565 CR 220 OP
141) Eckerd's -1551 CR 220 OP
142) Winn-Dixie (#103) -1545 SR 220 - DI OP
143) Fleming Is. P.O. -1880 East-West Pkwy OP
144) Shell -1531 CR 220 OP
145) Sprint(#6501) - 6935 Hwy 17
& Hibernia GCS
146) Sprint/Quick Stop(#1228) - 3075 Hwy 17
& Mahama B GCS
147) Studebaker's Citgo - 3248 Hwy 17 GCS
148) Hess - 3254 HWy 17 GCS
149) Winn-Dixie (#138) - 3260 Hwy 17 GCS


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JACKSONVILLE -John Pausche's pre-
owned automobile inventory covers a full
spectrum of cars, trucks, SUVs and vans.
All are late-model, low mileage vehicles
that have been treated with tender loving
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"All of our vehicles are serviced and
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Pausche says. And lined up and sparkling
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for - cars that anyone would be proud to
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Pausche, "born and raised in Jack-
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Pausche is ready to help customers
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financing. He says that probably 90 per-
cent of his sales are financed in house.
Most of his cars are obtained frc mn
new car dealer trades. They may have a
few more miles than the dealer would
like to keep in his own inventory but
they have been well maintained by
their former owners. Pausche chooks
his vehicles so carefully that he is able
to provide a warranty on most of them.
Pausche says he has two buyers scotIr-
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additions to his inventory.
He also purchases some vehicles
from auction, many of which still haVe
factory warranties on them.
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AC, PW, PL, TW, CC, Leather, Alloys,
$ 1,800 Cash. Call National Motorcars
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2001 Chevrolet Cavalier, Clean,
Low Miles, Auto, $7,995. Call
Frank Griffin at 269-1033
2001 Chevy Cavalier, $5526.
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2002 Chevy Cavalier, 2 Dr, 4cyl,
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Debbie Israel Messer, Staff Writers
Leah Davis, Circulation Coordinator
Justin Freeman, Production Manager
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Call Garber Automall at 264-
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2004 Chevy Impala, $13,484.
Call Garber Automall at 264-
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2005 Chevy Impala, $15,892.
Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442
2000 Chevy Malibu, 4 Dr, V6,
Auto, AC,TW, CC, Alloys,
$6,995. Call National Motor-
cars at 908-8801
2002 Chevy Malibu, $7588.
Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442
2003 Chevy Malibu, $11,899.
Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442
2005 Chevy Malibu, $15,988.
Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442
2003 Chevrolet Monte Carlo
SS, Loaded, Leather, Black, 32k
Miles, $15,995, Now $9995. Call
Ray Carter Kia at 771-6078
2002 Chevrolet Monte Carlo,
$10,624. Call Garber Automall
at 264-2442_
2005 Chevy Tony Stewart
Monte Carlo, $22,688. Call
Garber Automall at 264-2442
2000 Chrysler Cirrus, 4 Dr, 4
Cyl, Auto, AC, PW, PL, TW Cass,
CD, Alloys, $7,995. Call Na-
tional Motorcars at 908-8801
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2003 Chrysler PT Cruiser, AT,
AC, PW, 38k Miles, Now
$12,995. Call Ray Carter Kia at


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2005 Chrysler PT Cruiser
Conv Turbo, Got It All, Silver,
12k Miles, $18,995. Call Ray
Carter Kia at 771-6078
2002 Chrysler PT Cruiser, Sun-
roof, Power Windows, AT,
$9995. Call Frank Griffin at
269-1033
2005 Chrysler PT Cruiser, Low
Miles, PW, PL, $14,995. Call
Frank Griffin at 269-1033
2003 Chrysler PT Cruiser, AC,
Clean, PW, Must Go! $9995. Call
Frank Griffin at 269-1033
2005 Chrysler Sebring, Tilt,
Cruise, Locks, Windows, 28k1<
Miles, $15,995. Call Ray Carter
Kia at 771-6078
2005 Chrysler PT Cruiser,
$14,998. Call Garber Automall
at 264-2442
2005 Chrysler Sebring,
$13,181. Call Garber Automall
at 264-2442
2003 Chrysler Sebring, $9957.
Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442
2006 Dodge Charger SXT,
Low Miles, Must See, $24,995.
Call Frank Griffin at 269-1033
2005 Dodge Neon, AT, AC,
Toys, White, 19k Miles, $ 1,995.
Call Ray Carter Kia at 771-6078


2002 Ford Focus, $8999. Call
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Garber Automall at 264-2442
2004 Ford Mustang, $14,685.
Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442
2005 Ford Mustang, $20,899.
Call Garber Automall at 264-


2442
2001 Ford Taurus, 4 Dr, V6,
Auto, AC, PW, PL, TW, CC, CD,
$8,595. Call National Motor-
cars at 908-8801 I
2006 Ford Taurus, $15,900.
Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442 '
2006 Ford Taurus, $15,900.
Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442
2006 Ford Taurus, $14,788.
Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442
2004 Honda Civic LX, Low
Miles, PW, PL, AC, $14,995. Call
Frank Griffin at 269-1033
2003 Honda Accord LX, AC,
PW, PL, Must See, $15,995. Call
Frank Griffin at 269-1033
2002 Honda Accord, $14,988.
Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442
2003 Honda Civic, $13,627.
Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442
2004 Honda Civic, $16,461.
Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442
2003 Honda CRV, $15,892.
Call Garber Automall at 264-
24422
2001 Mazda 626 ES, 4 Dr, 4 Cyl
Auto, AC, PS, PW, PL, TW, CC,


CD, Alloys, $8,995. Call Nation-
al Motorcars at 908-8801
2002 Mercury Grand Marquis,
All The Toys, 34k Miles, Silver,
$1 1,495. Call Ray Carter Kia at


2001 Mercury Grand Marquis SL, sil-
ver, 65k, loaded, leather, $10,495. Call
Ray Carter Kia at 771-6078

771-6078
2001 Mitsubishi Galant, 4 Dr, 4
Cyl, Auto, AC, PW, PL, TW, CC,
CD, Alloys, $7,995. Call Na-
tional Motorcars at 908-8801
2003 Mitsubishi Eclipse, Low
Miles, AT, AC, PW, PL, $13,995.
Call Frank Griffin at 269-1033
2003 Mitsubishi Lancer Oz,
Wheels, Power Everything, Yel-
low, 30k Miles $12,995. Call Ray
Carter Kia at 771-6078
2001 Oldsmobile Alero, 4Dr,
V6, Auto, AC, PS, PW, PL, TW,
CC, CD, $7,995. Call National
Motorcars at 908-8801
2001 Oldsmobile Silhouette, 4
Dr, V6, Auto, AC, PW, PL, TW,
CD, Alloys, $9,595. Call Nation-
al Motorcars at 908-8801
2002 Pontiac Grand AM, 2Dr,
4 Cyl, Auto, AC, PW, PL, TW,
CC, CD, $7,995. Call National
Motorcars at 908-880 I
2003 Pontiac Grand Prix, 4 Dr,
V6, Auto, AC, PS, PW, PL, TW,
CC, CD, Alloys, $10,595. Call
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Section C-4 CRUISIN' CLAY COUNTY February 9, 2006


National Motorcars at 908-
8801
2002 Saturn SL2, 4 Dr, 4 Cyl, 5
Spd, AC, CD, $5,995. Call Na-
tional Motorcars at 908-8801
2004 Saturn Ion 3, Loaded,
Leather, Sunroof, AT, AC, 38k
Miles, Black, $12,995. Call Ray
Carter Kia at 771-6078
2001 Toyota Corolla S Type,
PW, PL, Alloys, $8,995. Call
Frank Griffin at 269-1033
2004 Toyota Corolla LE, PW,
PL, AC, Clean, $14,995. Call


V


RIDE


Frank Griffin at 269-1033
2003 Volkswagen Beetle, AT,
AC, Locks, Windows, Lime Green,
17k Miles, $14,995. Call Ray



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2003 Volkswagen Passat, Clean,
Power Everything, $15,995. Call Frank
Griffin at 269-1033
Carter Kia at 771-6078
2002 Volkswagen jetta, AT,
Wheels, Loaded, Black, 29k Miles,


$14,395. Call Ray Carter Kia at
771-6078
1998 Volvo S70 GTL, 4 Dr, V6,
Auto, AC, PS, PW, PL, TW, CC,
CD, SR, Leather, Alloys, $7,995.
Call National Motorcars at 908-
8801






2005 Buick Rendezvous, Clean,
Must See!, $18,468. Call Garber


Bring Us Your Last Pay Stub For An h


INSTANT REFUND!
00 Chevrolet Blazer 98 Volvo S70 GTL 98 Dodge Caravan
SDr, V6, Auto, AC, PW 4 Dr,V6,Auto, AC, PS, PW, PL, W, CC, 4 Dr, 4 Cyl, Auto, AC
PL, TW, Cassette, CD, Alloys CD, SR, Leather, Alloys
$7,595 $9,995 $3_995


00 Chrysler Cirrus LX
4 Dr, 4 Cyl, Auto, AC, PW, PL
TW, CC, CD
...$7;995


01 Ford Ranger X-Cab
4 Dr, V6, Auto, AC, PW, PL,
TW, CC, CD, Leather, Alloys
$10,595


01 Mazda 626 ES
4 Dr, 4 Cyl, Auto, AC, PS, PW,
PL, TW, CC, CD, Alloys
$8,995


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02 Pontiac Grand AM
2 Dr, 4 Cyl, Auto, AC, PW,
PL, TW, CC, CD
$7,595

01 Oldsmobile Alero
4 Dr. '.. , -ut. : . 'S, P'w, PL
$7,995 ::
$7,995


00 Dodge Caravan
4 Dr. ,c. .ut.:.. " PS.
PW PL. T CC CD
$6,995


03 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX
4 Dr, , V Aut, . C, PS. PL TP.'
CC, =11Ii,, CD
$10,595


02 FORD EXPLORER
4 Dr, V6, Auto, AC, PW, PL,
TW, CC, CD, Alloys
$13,595


02 Saturn SL2
4 Dr, 4 Cyl, 5 Spd, AC, CD
$5,995


01 Ford Taurus
4 Dr, V6, Auto, AC,
PW, PL,TW, CC, CD
$8,595


98 Ford Windstar Van
4 Dr, V6, Auto, AC, PW, PL
TW, CC, CD
$5,595


Ford Expedition Eddie Bauer
4 Dr. , . -C, PS. PI '. PL.
T.' CC Cas, CD Leather .llo,,
$13,595


97 Dodge Ram 1500 X-Cab
4 Dr. .,.. uto C, P . P', PL. T ',
CC, Cassette. B: I:.,. Belcr
$6,995


01 Mitsubishi Galant
4 Dr. 4 C,I "ut. C P". PL
TD ' C . CD. "11.,A
$7,995


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00 Ford F150 XLT X-Cab
4 Dr, V8, Auto, AC, PW, PL,
TW, CC, CD, Alloys, Bedliner
$11,585


00 FORD EXPEDITION
4 Dr, V8, Auto, AC, PS, PW, PL, TW,
CC, CD, Leather, Alloys
$10,595


01 Oldsmobile Silhouette
4 Dr, V6, Auto, AC, PW, PL,
TW, CD, Alloys
$9,595


02 CHEVROLET CAVALIER
2 Dr, 4 Cyl, Auto, AC, CD
$7,595


90 Cadillac Seville
4 Dr. VS, ut . , P ,PL.
T1'.'. 1:C L.ah.;r aI-.,,s
$1,800 Cash


00 Chevrolet Malibu
4 Cr r., -u .: "
TW C . ,
$6,995


01 Chevrolet Blazer LT
4 r. ., "T -.. P' PL. TPA
C , I II1.,,"
$9,995

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Automall at 264-2442
2000 Chevy Blazer, 2Dr, V6,
Auto, AC, PW, PL, TW, Cass, Al-
loys, $7,595. Call National Mo-
torcars at 908-8801
2001 Chevy Blazer LT, 4 Dr,
V6, AT, AC, PW, PL, TW, CC,
CD, Alloys, $9,995. Call Nation-
al Motorcars at 908-8801
2004 Chevy Colorado Clean,
Must See!, $ I 17,187. Call Garber
Automall at 264-2442
2000 Chevy SI0, Clean, Must
See!, $8,995. Call Garber Au-
tomall at 264-2442
2003 Chevy S 10 Reg Cab, Au-
tomatic, AC, $11,900. Call Gor-
don Chevrolet at 272-2200
2004 Chevy SIO0 4X4, Clean,
Must See!, $19,998. Call Garber
Automall at 264-2442
2002 Chevy 1500 4X4, Clean,
Must See!, $17,998. Call Garber
Automall at 264-2442
2003 Chevy 1500 4X4, Clean,
Must See!, $20,998. Call Garber
Automall at 264-2442


2000 Chevy Silverado, Clean,
Must See!, $12,389. Call Garber
Automall at 264-2442
2004 Chevy Silverado, Clean,
Must See!, $21,987. Call Garber
Automall at 264-2442
2004 Chevy Silverado, Clean,
Must See!, $21,583. Call Garber
Automall at 264-2442


2004 Chevy Suburban k1500,
PS, PM, PW, PL, CC, $29,900.
-< Call Gordon Chevrolet at 272-
2200
S2000 Chevy Tahoe, Clean, Must
See!, $28,598. Call Garber Au-
tomall at 264-2442
2003 Chevy Trailblazer LT,
3rd Seat, Dual A/C, Loaded, 36K
miles, $18,995. Call Ray Carter
. ; Kia at 771-6078


2005 Chevy Trailblazer 4WD,
CC, PL, PM, PW, 12k, $19,900.
Call Gordon Chevrolet at 272-
2200
2005 Chevy Trailblazer LT,
4x4, 3rd Seat, $22,900. Call Gor-
don Chevrolet at 272-2200


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February 9, 2006


2005 Chevy Trailblazer LS,
4x4, Alloys, AC, $20,500. Call
Gordon Chevrolet at 272-2200
2005 Chrysler Town & Coun-
try, Clean, Must See!, $19,985.
Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442
2005 Chrysler Town & Coun-
try, Clean, Must See!, $20,487.
Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442
2005 Chrysler Town & Coun-
try, Clean, Must See!, $20,687.
Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442
2005 Chrysler Town & Coun-
try LX, Low Miles, Stow-n-Go,
PW, PL, Must See! $20,995. Call
Frank Griffin at 269-1033
2005 Chrysler Sebring Tour-
ing, Low Miles, PW, PL, Clean,
Must See! $15,995. Call Frank
Griffin at 269-1033
2005 Chrysler Pacifica Tour-
ing, Leather, Low Miles, Clean,
Must See! $21,995. Call Frank
Griffin at 269-1033
2002 Chrysler Voyager, 6 Cyl,
Clean, PW, PL, Must See! $8,995.
Call Frank Griffin at 269-1033
2003 Chrysler Town & Coun-
try EX, Dual Air, Bucket Seats,
Clean, Must See! $12,995. Call
Frank Griffin at 269-1033
2004 Chrysler Town & Coun-
try LX, Dual Air, PW, PL, Must
See! $14,995. Call Frank Griffin
at 269-1033
2005 Chrysler Pacifica Tour-
ing, 3 To Choose From, Low
Miles, Must See! $20,995. Call
Frank Griffin at 269-1033
2006 Chrysler Touring, A/C,
PW, PL, 20" Rims, Low Miles,
Must See! $28,995. Call Frank
Griffin at 269-1033
1998 Dodge Caravan, 4 Dr, 4
Cyl, Auto, AC, $3,995. Call Na-
tional Motorcars at 908-8801
2000 Dodge Caravan, 4 Dr, V6,
Auto, AC, PS, PW, PL, TW, CC,
CD, $6,995. Call National Mo-
torcars at 908-8801
2003 Dodge Durango, Clean,
Must See!, $16,189. Call Garber
Automall at 264-2442






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2005 Dodge Durango SLT,
Leather, PW, PL, A/C, Clean 3 To
Choose From, Must See! $20,995.
Call Frank Griffin at 269-1033
2005 Dodge Durango HEMI
4X4, Leather, Running Boards,
DVD, Must See! $24,995. Call


2005 Dodge Ram SLT Quad Cab,
loaded, 20" rims, pw, pl, tilt, ac, $12,988.
Call Frank Griffin at 269-1033

Frank Griffin at 269-1033
1995 Dodge Ram, Clean, Must
See!, $1 1,488. Call Garber Au-
tomall at 264-2442
2001 Dodge Ram 4X4, Clean,
Must See!, $12,972. Call Garber
Automall at 264-2442
2006 Ford Escape, Clean, Must
See!, $19,444. Call Garber Au-
tomall at 264-2442
2000 Ford Expedition, 4 Dr,
V8, Auto, AC, PS, PW, PL, TW,
CC, CD, Leather, Alloys,
$10,595. Call National Motor-
cars at 908-8801
2001 Ford Expedition Eddie
Bauer, 4 Dr, V8, Auto, AC, PS,
PW, PL, TW, CC, Cass, CD,
Leather, Alloys, $13,595. Call
National Motorcars at 908-
8801
2003 Ford Expedition, Clean,
Must See!, $22,587. Call Garber
Automall at 264-2442
2004 Ford Expedition, Clean,
Must See!, $22,989. Call Garber
Automall at 264-2442
2005 Ford Expedition, Clean,
Must See!, $23,187. Call Garber
Automall at 264-2442
2002 Ford Explorer, 4 Dr, V6,
Auto, AC, PW, PL, TW, CC, CD,
Alloys, $13,595. Call National
Motorcars at 908-8801
2005 Ford Explorer, Clean,
Must See!, $21,988. Call Garber
Automall at 264-2442
2000 Ford F 150 XLT X-Cab, 4
Dr, V8, Auto, AC, PW, PL, TW,
CC, CD, Alloys, Bedliner
$1 1,585. Call National Motor-
cars at 908-8801
2000 Ford FI50, Clean, Must
See!, $8,823. Call Garber Au-
tomall at 264-2442
2005 Ford FI50, Clean, Must
See!, $25,934. Call Garber Au-
tomall at 264-2442
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2003 Ford F250, Clean, Must
See!, $27,889. Call Garber Au-
tomall at 264-2442
2006 Ford F350 Lariat, Clean,
Must See!, $43,598. Call Garber
Automall at 264-2442
2006 Ford Freestar, Clean,
Must See!, $19,388. Call Garber
Automall at 264-2442
2006 Ford Freestar, Clean,
Must See!, $19,865. Call Garber
Automall at 264-2442
1999 Ford Ranger, Clean, Must
See!, $7,899. Call Garber Au-
tomall at 264-2442







2001 Ford Ranger X-Cab, 4 Dr, V6,
Auto, AC, PW, PL, TW, CC, CD,
Leather, Alloys, $10,595. Call National
Motorcars at 908-8801 I

1998 Ford Windstar Van, 4 Dr,
V6, Auto, AC, PW, PL, TW, CC,
CD, $5,595. Call National Mo-
torcars at 908-8801
2001 Ford Windstar SEL,
Leather CC, PS, PL, PM, $6,900.
Call Gordon Chevrolet at 272-
2200
2005 Ford Windstar LX, Clean,
Low Miles, A/C, PW, Must See!
$9,995. Call Frank Griffin at
269-1033


2005 GMC Canyon, $18,592. Call
Garber Automall at 264-2442

2005 GMC Envoy, Clean, Must
See!, $20,489. Call Garber Au-
tomall at 264-2442
2004 GMC Sierra, Clean, Must
See!, $21,988. Call Garber Au-
tomall at 264-2442
2003 GMC Sierra 4X4, Clean,
Must See!, $23,484. Call Garber
Automall at 264-2442
2003 GMC Sonoma, Clean,
Must See!, $14,659. Call Garber
Automall at 264-2442
2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee,
2WD, Loaded, Silver, 47k Miles,
$14,995. Call Ray Carter Kia at
771-6078
2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee,
Clean, Must See!, $19,399. Call
Garber Automall at 264-2442
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2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee, 2WD,
Loaded, Silver, 47k Miles, $14,995. Call
Ray Carter Kia at 771-6078

771-6078
2004 Jeep Wrangler, Clean,
Must See!, $23,988. Call Garber
Automall at 264-2442
2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee
SE, PW, PL, Leather, Low Miles,
Must See! $19,995. Call Frank
Griffin at 269-1033
2005 Jeep Wrangler SE, 6 Cyl,
Auto, Low Miles, Must See!
$20,995. Call Frank Griffin at
269-1033
2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Laredo, Low Miles, Power All,
Must See! $19,995. Call Frank
Griffin at 269-1033
2005 Jeep Liberty 4X4, Auto,
PW, PL, AC, Low Miles, , Must
See! $18,995. Call Frank Griffin
at 269-1033
2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee
LTD, DVD, Leather, Low Miles,
Must See! $25,995. Call Frank
Griffin at 269-1033
2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee,
Low Miles, PW, PL, 18k Miles,
Must See! $20,995. Call Frank
Griffin at 269-1033
1999 Plymouth Grand Cara-
van, 60k Miles, Extra Clean, Must
See! $7,995. Call Frank Griffin
at 269-1033
2003 Toyota Sienna XLE,
PL,PM,PW, CC, $15,200. Call
Gordon Chevrolet at 272-2200
2002 Toyota Tacoma SR5
4X4, Running Boards, Clean, Low
Miles, Must See! $21,995. Call
Frank Griffin at 269-1033




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Section C-5
2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee,
Clean, Must See!, $22,147. Call
Garber Automall at 264-2442
2003 Jeep Liberty, Clean, Must
See!, $16,724. Call Garber Au-
tomall at 264-2442
2002 Jeep Wrangler Sport,
Auto, A/C, 491< Miles, Yellow,
$17,495. Call Ray Carter Kia at







Section -6 RUIIN'CLA CONTYFebuar 9,200


RoadWorthy!



Unparalleled interior comfort & versatility:


2006 Dodge Ram 1500 Mega Cab pickup


Out of Detroit comes the latest ren-
dition of big pickup truck capabili-
ties from Dodge -- the Ram Mega
Cab. Responding to the strong de-
mand for full-size crew cab pickup
trucks, Dodge introduces the largest,
longest cab in the full-size market.
This is Texas-sized truck -- big every-
thing! Starting with the interior, the
Mega Cab boasts the largest interior
cargo volume, the largest cargo vol-
ume behind the rear seat, largest sec-
ond seat leg room, largest rear door
opening, largest rear door angle, and
finally, rear seats that recline from 22
to 37 degrees. If six people cannot get
comfortable in the Ram Mega Cab,
they cannot get comfortable any-
where.
Available in SLT and Laramie trim
levels, the Ram 1500 Mega Cab is de-
rived from the 160.5-inch wheelbase


Ram 2500 long cargo box model. En- pickup box by replacing the eight-
gineers re-proportioned the cab and foot cargo box with Ram 2500's 6-


foot, 3-inch box, providing an addi-
tional 20 inches for the cab. The re-
sult is a cab length of 111.1 inches --
some 12 inches longer than the near-
est competitor.
As a result, all Mega Cab models are
built on the Ram Heavy Duty struc-
ture. Chassis, frame, axles and
wheels are combined with the 5.7
HEMI V8 joined to the standard 5-
45RFE five-speed automatic with
tow/haul mode to transfer torque
to the ground.
On the road, the big Ram pickup is
very responsive at speed -- impres-
sively easy to maneuver. The op-
tional power fold away
trailer-towing side-view mirrors
feature a smaller concave mirror
that provides awesome visibility
around the truck and greatly im-
proves the driving experience.


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2004 Chevy Colorado Clean, Must See!, $17,187. 2000 Chevy Tahoe, Clean Must See!, $28,598. 2003 Ford Expedition, Clean, Must See!. $22,587. 2006 FordFreestarClean, Must See!, $19,388
2000 Chevy S10, Clean, Must See!, $8,995. 2005 ChryslerTown & Country, Clean, MustSee!. $19,985. 2004 Ford Expedition, Clean. Must See!, $22,989. 2006 Ford Freestar Clean. Must See!, $19,865
2004 Chevy S10 4X4, Clean, Must See!, $19,998. 2005 ChryslerTown & Country,Clean, Must See!, $20,487. 2005 Ford Expedition, Clean, Must See!, $23,187. 1999 Ford Ranger Clean, Must See!, $7,899.
2002 Chevy 1500 4X4, Clean, Must See!. $17,998. 2005 ChryslerTown & Country, Clean Must See!.$20,687. 2005 Ford Explorer, Clean, Must See!, $21,988. 2005 GMC Canyon, Clean, Must See!, $18,59
2003 Chevy 1500 4X4, Clean, Must See!, $20,998. 2003 Dodge Durango, Clean, Must See!, $16,189. 2000 Ford F150, Clean, Must See!, $8823. 2005 GMC Envoy, Clean. Must See!, $20489.
2000 Chevy Silverado, Clean. Must See!, $12,389. 1995 Dodge Ram, Clean, Must See!, $11,488. 2005 Ford F150, Clean, Must See!, $25,934. 2004 GMC Sierra, Clean. Must See!. $21988.
2004 Chevy Silverado, Clean, Must See!, $21,987. 2001 Dodge Ram 4X4, Clean, Must See!, $12,972. 2003 Ford F250, Clean, Must See!. $27,889. 2003 GMC Sierra 4X4, Clean, Must See!, $23.


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CRUISIN' CLAY COUNTY


February 9, 2006






February 9, 2006
Inside the cabin, a wide center "Swiss
Army Knife" console reinforces the
Mega Cab's larger interior dimen-
sions. The instrument panel features
precise gauges and large, user-friend-
ly buttons and knobs. In addition,
generous storage bins and compart-
ments, flexible-sized cup holders and
premium materials create a function-
al and upscale atmosphere.
Access to the Mega Cab is enhanced by
convenient hand grips in both the 'A'
and 'B' pillars and tubular side steps.
The magic of the Mega Cab is all
about the rear seating area and
enough cannot be said about the
abundant room available to passen-
gers in every dimension imaginable.
The rear seats are also a 60/40 split
configuration, with the ability to fold
down flat and move forward, provid-
ing numerous arrangements for
maximum interior cargo capacity
and flexibility. There is so much
room in the back of the Mega Cab,
that it is possible to stretch out and go
to sleep comfortably -- with the rear
seats folded.


Quick vehicle stats
Mega Cab 2WD
Wheelbase: 160.5; overall length:
247.7; width: 79.5; height: 74.5 -- meas-
urements in inches.
Mega Cab 4WD
Wheelbase: 160.3; overall length:




MERCURY


247.7; width: 79.5; height:78.5 -- meas-
urements in inches.


Engine: 5.7L HEMI V8 -- 345 hp at
5,400 rpm and 375 lbs-ft of torque at
4,200 rpm.
Transmission: five-speed automatic.
Cargo capacity: 71.0 cu. ft.
Payload capacity: 2,430 lbs.
Towing capacity: 8,750 lbs.


Safety features
Dual front airbags, four-wheel disc


brakes with anti-lock, remote keyless
entry and full-size spare tire. Laramie
adds fog lights, alarm system and
garage door opener.
Optional safety features include
limited slip differential, UConnect
communications system, remote con-
trol engine start and front and rear
side-impact airbags.


Warranty
Basic: 3-year/36,000 mile, bumper-
to-bumper.


CRUISIN' CLAY COUNTY


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598. 21HP3 GNC Sonoma, Cle.an, Nlui See' $14,659.
2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee, Clean, Must See!, $19399.
2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee, Clean, Must See!, $22,147.
2003 Jeep Liberty, Clean, Must See!, $16,724.
2004 Jeep Wrangler, Clean, Must See!, $23,988.
2004 Acura TSX with navigation, $24,628.
2001 Chevy Cavalier, $5526.
484. 2002 Chevy Cavalier, $8892.


2004 Chev- fimpali, $13,484. It1 Ml, Si-.et. 121. MNhlc. ls.$os. 21)00 Ford Taurus, $15.900.
2005 Chevy Impala, $15,892. 2005 Chrysler PT Cruiser, $14,998. 2006 Ford Taurus, $14,788.
2002 Chevy Malibu, $7588. 2005 Chrysler Sebring, $13,181. 2002 Honda Accord, $14,988.
2003 Chevy Malibu, $11,899. 2003 Chrysler Sebring, $9957. 2003 Honda Civic, $13,627.
2005 Chevy Malibu, $15,988. 2002 Ford Focus, $8999. 2004 Honda Civic, $16,461.
2002 Chevrolet Monte Carlo, $10,624. 2004 Ford Mustang, $14,685. 2003 Honda CRV, $15,892.
2005 Chevy Tony Stewart Monte Carlo, $22,688. 2005 Ford Mustang, $20,899.
2005 Chrysler PT Cruiser Conv Turbo, Got 2006 Ford Taurus, $15,900.


Section C-7
Corrosion: 5-year/100,000 mile.
Roadside assistance: 3-year/36,000
mile, 24-hour.


Pricing
The base Manufacturer's Suggested
Retail Price (MSRP) for the 2006
Dodge Ram 1500 Mega Cab pickup
truck starts from $31,860 for the 2WD
SLT model up to $40,175 for the 4WD
Laramie pickup. Destination charges
add $900.


As tested
2006 Dodge Ram 1500 Mega Cab
Laramie 4WD pickup truck
Exterior color: Flame Red Clearcoat
Interior color: Medium Slate Gray
Tire make/model: BF Goodrich
Rugged Trail T/A
Tire size: LT 265/70R17

Base price $40,175
Destination charges $ 900
Trailer towing group $ 335
Anti-spin rear differential $ 285
Fold away power trailer towing
mirrors $100
Power sunroof $ 850
LT265/70R17E OWL tires $ 200
Front tow hooks $ 50
DVD-based rear entertainment
system $1,200

Total as tested $44,095


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CRUISING' CLAY COUNTY


Daytrip to St. Augustine winery indulges



one's taste buds and educates the mind


Special to Clay Today


These barrels are where the winery places much of its product to ferment into fine-tasting wines.

MINI All Units

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$20.988


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Special to Clay Today


ST. AUGUSTINE -- San Sebastian Win-
ery is located in one of Henry Flagler's
old East Coast Railway buildings just a
few blocks from historic downtown St.
Augustine.
When visitors arrive at San Sebastian
Winery, they will then be taken on an in-
teresting journey through the complete
wine making process.
After a short audio-visual presenta-
tion in our upstairs theater, visitors can
enjoy a guided walking tour of the


5,000-gallon stainless steel tanks where
San Sebastian Wines are fermented
and stored prior to bottling.
San Sebastian Winery has the stor-
age capacity in these tanks of 35,000
gallons, which will one day become ap-
proximately 15,000 cases of wine.
Next visitors travel downstairs to the
tasting counter, for some extra enter-
tainment and enjoyment where a
trained winery attendant treats every-
one to a wine tasting experience.
Visitors are taken through all the in-
teresting steps of how to taste, savor


The San Sebastian Winery is located just a few blocks from historic downtown St. Augustine.


18,000-square-foot wine production fa-
cility. Discover the art of winemaking
while passing over the bottling line and
the sparkling wine production area.
Further along, tour groups see how
the Port and Cream Sherry are aged to
perfection in the Oak Barrel Room.
In keeping with Winery tradition,
San Sebastian Winery visitors will
learn the important details about our


and enjoy a selection of San Sebastian
Premium Table Wines. Tours last ap-
proximately one hour.
Everyone can enjoy browsing the
Wine Shop, which offers a unique va-
riety of wine accessories-and gift
items that include linens, glassware.
cooking items and wine accessories.
A variety of gourmet food prod-
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Loaded Lo* Miles. 16,100 Miles Slk#A1610 SAVE$$$. Loaded, 6,700 Miles. Sl�,9371 19L.
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ORANGE PARK MIDDLEBURG Orange Park, FL 32068
264-2874 282-9771 Phone: 904-264-2874


2456 Blanding Blvd.

Middleburg, FL 32068

Phone: 904-282-9771


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Family Owned & Operated Since 1994
FULL SERVICE FACILITY
"We will beat any written estimate"
(904) 406-4895
1851 Blanding Blvd.
Middleburg,FL 32068
Hours: Monday - Friday 8- 6
Saturday - By Appointment
Sunday - See you at Middleburg United Methodist Church


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Two ingredients needed for engine starts


Q: Sometimes my 1998 Ford Contour
jerks and jolts as if gears are slipping. It
can be running perfectly then suddenly
the condition surfaces. Could this be re-
lated to a recently installed fuel filter? --
L.R., e-mail.
A: It is not likely the new filter is the
cause. If it was, an excessive accumulation
of contamination in the fuel tank would
cause the fuel filter to clog. Usually when
this happens, the car experiences a loss of
power which becomes worse with each use
until it stalls and does notrestart. This does
not seem to be the situation here. What
may be happening is an ignition coil, fuel
injector, spark plug wire, or spark plug is
failing. It is also possible that the mass air
flow sensor is failing. These failures should
illuminate the check engine light. If this
happens, a diagnostic trouble code would
likely be triggered in the computer mem-
ory. A technician can connect diagnostic
equipment to the computer to retrieve di-
agnostic trouble codes. From this infor-
mation he should be able to find the cause
of the condition rather quickly and deter-
mine a proper repair. Repair might be re-
placement of the spark plugs, ignition
wires or perhaps a thorough cleaning of a
faulty ground connection in the fuel injec-
tors. What needs repair all depends on the
codes the computer has in its memory.
Q: The fuel injected engine in my 1992
Honda Civic with 218,000 miles runs great


and easily passes the smog test but some-
times I have a difficult time starting it.
About once a week the engine is difficult
to start. When I turn the key, the engine
fires up and then dies. Then it may not
start for five minutes or longer. The other
day I held the gas pedal to the floor and
then about half way to the floor but this
failed to start the engine. Is this problem
caused by a faulty sensor? If so, which
one? -- E.G., Laguna Woods, Calif.
A: No one can tell if a sensor has a fault
without first performing tests. The good
news is this trouble may not be related to
a sensor failure at all. This could be caused
by a dirty throttle body. A thorough clean-
ing may solve the trouble. If a person
knows where the throttle body unit is, and
they are mechanically inclined, they
might be able to fix the trouble by clean-
ing the unit with an aerosol cleaner made
for this purpose. These chemicals are
available at most auto supply stores. If a
thorough cleaning does not cure the trou-
ble, consider asking a qualified techni-
cian to perform tests, but from the
description, a cleaning might do the trick.
Q: My 1991 Chevrolet L2500 pickup
with 73,948 miles is in good mechanical
condition with one exception. From time
to time it refuses to start. It was towed to
several independent and dealer repair
shops where it promptly starts. The igni-
tion module and coil were replaced all in
vain. There is no clue as to when it will fail
to start. Can you help?-- A.H., Aloha, Ore.
A: Apparently the engine cranks but will
not start. What needs to be established is
if the engine is receiving all the ingredi-
ents it needs to start Fuel and ignition are
the two things to look for when the engine
does not start. Unless it has a very dirty air
filter, the engine should be gulping plen-
ty of oxygen. The next time the engine
does not start, check for spark at the spark


plugs.Just ground one of the spark plug
wires and watch for a -.1:,ak 1.a, the engine.
cranks. If spark is not being supplied,
there could be corrosion on the terminal
of the ignition module terminals that im-
pair the module's function. If there is
spark, the trouble night be a faulty fuel
pump, relay, fuel pressure regulator or
perhaps the engine control module func-
tion is impaired. Problems with electrical
components could be the result of a loose
or corroded electrical connection or
there may be an internal fault.
A fuel delivery problem might also be
caused by a faulty fuel pressure regulator.
If this is true, it likely is the result of an in-
ternal failure. Testing could reveal the an-
swer. Replacement might be the cure.
Q The dash "overdrive off'light in my
1998 Ford Explorer Sport with a six-cylin-
der engine, 4WD, automatic transmission
and 89,000 miles, is blinking. It blinks at
highway speeds between-60 and 70 mph.
The light does not blink when driving
slower than 60 mph. The transmission
and overdrive seem to be working fine.
The Explorer was serviced 7,000 miles
ago. Could this be a case of a faulty dash
light or is this an indication of something
more serious? -- A.H., Virginia Beach, Va.
A: The light illuminates because
there is a problem in the transmission.
It is not likely there is a problem in the
circuit to the light. If this.was the case,
it is likely other electronics in the dash
would not be working properly. The
trouble could be a faulty switch in the
shift handle, a faulty torque converter
clutch solenoid, faulty wiring at the
solenoid or perhaps there is a problem
deeper in the transmission such as a
malfunction in the torque converter
or worn bushing. It would be best if a
deeper proqblem.did.not exist. To find
out what is'Nidrfig,'a technician can


connect a diagnostic tool to the com-
puter to retrieve diagnostic trouble
codes. With this information he can.-.
tell with reasonable certainty.what is
causing the light to blink.
Q: I own a 2002 Ford Expedition.
There is a rumor that some of these vehi-
cles have caught on fire supposedly be-
cause of a fault in the cruise control.1 use
the cruise control in my truck all the time.
It would be inconvenient to drive without
it. How dangerous would it be to not have
anything done to the cruise control until
my dealership has replacement parts to
cure the trouble? -- D.D., e-mail.
A: Apparently you did not heed warn-
ings to have the cruise control discon-
nected. While odds are your vehicle will
not catch on fire, it would be wise to go to
a dealer, have them write a repair order
for documentation purposes for you to
keep in a safe place and have them dis-
able the system. A little inconvenience
could prevent a lot of inconvenience if
your vehicle burns. If you do not have the
system disabled, you could park your
bruiser in the garage arid in the middle
of the night, the cruise control deactiva-
tion switch could begin to smolder and
develop a small flame that could burn
down your house and end your dreams
forever. I have seen the devastation and
you do not want it to happen to you. Take
care of this as soon as possible.




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The winery also has a wine and jazz bar on the premises.


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ucts are also available for purchases,
as well as custom made gift baskets
and so much more.
"The Cellar Upstairs" Wine and Jazz
Bar located on rooftop patio of the Win-
ery building and is a best kept secret, fea-
turing incredible live music with Jazz /
Blues entertainment.
Relax to the music and enjoy the
tremendous views overlooking the San
Sebastian River and the St. Augustine
Skyline. Offering a fine selection of San
Sebastian Wines, Imported Beers, and
gourmet appetizers to delight every
palette. Wine &Jazz Bar Opening Hours:
Noon - Friday, Saturday ' Si,, l.i),


San Sebastian Winery Banquet Facil-
ity: If you are planning a special occa-
sion, we can now offer a formal Banquet
Facility located on the third floor.
There is over 2,000 square feet of lux-
urious indoor space, specially designed
for that perfect wedding reception, cor-
porate party or just a simple luncheon.
Opening onto a spacious open-air deck,
this promises to be the place to enjoy that
very special occasion.
The staff is on hand to help you
plan and coordinate the event, with a
variety of exquisite menus ranging
from light hors d'oeuvres reception
style events for up to 350 attendees, to
fully plated formal sit-down dinners
for up to 100 guests.


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Name: San Sebastian Winery
Why visit here? Where else do they give you free wine?
Best family spot: This can be great for the whole family
because it details a production process unfamiliar to
many people
Places to eat: It's in St. Augustine, so there's many fine
restaurants nearby.
Hours: Tours and wine tasting, a video presentation, a gift
shop and picnic area are available at San Sebastian Winery.
Individuals and groups are available seven days a week,
Monday - Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and on Sunday
from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Directions: Take Interstate 95 south to State Road 16. Go
east on 16 to U.S. 1, then south on U.S. 1 to King Street
and turn left. The winery is a short distance east on King
on'the left. The address is 157 King St..
Contact information: Call (904) 826-1594 or go Online to
www.sansebastianwinery.com


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