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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: June 8, 2006
Frequency: semiweekly (wednesday and friday, except federal holidays)[<1996-1997>]
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& Clay County Crescent


JUNE 8-JUNE 14, 2006 EDITION It Pays To Know Your Community 50k Section A of two sections VOL. 36 NO. 23


Clay students SPORTS BCC arees

benefit from [ Lakeside twocins to on

Take Stock setting records firefighters
Page A-6 Page B-1 Page A-3


Ravines golf course closes, up for sale


BBs bash

Flem. Isl.

windows
Special to Clay Today
GREEN COVE SPRINGS Vandals are
suspected of causing ti-111 i ii i1-,I fcl1,l 11, i
in (da.l.gZ_ t, *dozen- of( Filming II.lAind
and O! a nge Park vehicles TuesdayJune 6.
The Clay County Sheriff's Office is in-
cstiatiinIg nit'a r 50 c-ascso.f carwindows
being shot out with BBs during the
evening hours, department spokesperson
MaryJustino said. .
No arrests were made as of Wednesday,
June 7.
Windows on car, SUVs, pickups and
vans sitting along streets and in driveways
were shot, the reports say. Police estimate
the windows cost about $300 each.
POLICE BRIEFS continued on page A-25


By Greg Walsh, Managing Editor

MIDDLEBURG The owner of The
Ravines Club and Lodge has followed
through with his threat to close the busi-
ness if he didn't get permission to build
expensive new homes there.
The financially struggling golf
course, which had seen diminishing play
because of poor course conditions,
closed Monday,June 5, according to an
email sent to club embers and residents
"I t i \\ i Ih a very heavy heart I must in-
form you that effective todayJune 5 2006,
the Ravines Club and Lodge is closed,"


The Ravines golf course closed Monday,
June 5.


STAFF PHOTO BY GREG WALSH
SI Clay County sheriffs deputy Annie Henderson pets Dollar the cat, which is up for adop-
tion. Dollar, which was seized from an abusive owner, is the first pet being offered
for adoption through a new program called Cruelty to Kindness.

Program seeks new homes for pets
Clay Today staff longhaired Dollar at the Clay County Ani-
mal Control office.
GREEN COVE SPRINGS- Being the first Henderson along with Sheriff's Office
in a new program to get abused pets adopt- spokesperson MaryJustino have launched
ed doesn't matter to Dollar the cat. "Cruelty to Kindness," which will spotlight
All the gray-colored, mixed-breed cat animals like Dollar that have been seized
knows is he likes it when someone is giving from their owners.
himattention. "I was talking to Mary on the phone


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Chris DeBusk, son of owner Ken DeBusk,
wrote in the email.
The DeBusks plan to seek buyers for
the property, including the golf course, a
par .3-course, swimming pool, tennis
courts and the lodge.
"Ownership has decided to sell the 252
acres which the club sits on, Chris De-
Busk wrote. "A national search is already
underway to find developers interested
in possible (sic) the best 252 acres left in
North Florida.
"Its (sic) a very sad day. I have-always
dreamed of owning/managing a course.
RAVINES continued on page A-31

County growth

dominates

School Board

workshop
By Greg Walsh, Managing Editor
gwalsh@jcpgroup.com
ORANGE PARK Redistricting and
building new schools, two topics school
boards typically try to avoid, both came
before the Clay County School Board
during aJune 1 workshop.
School Board members listened to
staff members as they attempted to ex-
plain the impact of the new state school
concurrency law and the important deci-
sion the board needs to make. No deci-
sions were made after more than two
hours of hearing how concurrency could
affect the district.
In a related matter from theJune 1
meeting, the board also could not reach
a decision on whether it or LandMar
Group Inc., the developer of Saratoga
Springs near Green Cove Springs or the
board, should build two schools inside
the 4,300-unit development.
Director of Facility Planning and
ConstructionJim Connell said concur-
rency will force the board to set defini-
tive numbers on enrollments for each
Clay County school.
The result will be the school district is
looked upon as a whole rather than indi-
vidual districts.
So, for example, if a school reaches its
100 percent level of service, then the district
must begin finding ways to relieve it Elliott
said the legislation was written so counties
cannot deny developments in high-growth
areas if there are schools in low-growth
areas that could still be utilized.
"To get there you really only have two
options, new construction or redistrict-
ing," said Mike Elliott, assistant superin-
tendent for support services. "This level
SCHOOL continued on pageA-30


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Section A2 CLYTOAY.BZ Jue 8,200


Safe shelter


needs food


for animals


Special to Clay Today

MIDDLEBURG The Safe Animal
Shelter, a no-kill facility for dogs and
cats, is experiencing an urgent need
for Purina Puppy, Dog, Cat and Kit-
ten food (dry variety), as well as
Milk-Bone treats for dogs and is ask-
ing the community for its help.
Since changing food brands
often causes stomach upset among
the animals, the Shelter requests
that food donations be of the Purina
brand if at all possible. The dona-
tion of kitty litter is also appreciated.
Watson Realty's OP/Fleming Is-
land Office, Middleburg Office,
and Keystone Heights Office are
serving as drop-off sites for the
much-needed donations, or. they
may be delivered to the Shelter itself
located at the corner of CR 220 and
Knight Boxx Road in Middleburg.
The Shelter is open Monday,
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Sat-
urday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
For more information, call
Nancy Ryan at 288-6248.


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Ribbon cutting & ceremony by
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at 11:00 a.m. free hot dogs,
refreshments and more!


There are some who
that the "end times" are u
the Da Vinci Code is only
evidence. On that question
agnostic. I will admit, how
cent years there seems t


from destruction


It's a long way back
If you are reading this, it can be as- tive) thing away from me,'
sumed that the fateful date 060606 has "Now, Nick, don't talk li
come and gone, the earth remains in place ent crooned and laid a ci
and people are cleaning up Hell after Tues- his shoulder.
day's bash. That's Hell, Mich., folks; I don't
know what went on in the other one, mas-
sive disappointment, I suppose. From
I am not a Biblical scholar by any means,
but, as I understand it, the number 666 Where I Sit
refers to a person, not an event.
There has been much speculation over
the millennia as to who the 666 is. There
seem to have been candidates in every
generation from Nero to Hitler to some ,,-,3. :,,.,,....:,:.: ..
of the presidents of the United States. The
latest one, I believe, is Osama bin Laden. "Get your hands off me
And, of course, whoever the candidate is And so it went. The kid
or was, he (he's always male) seems to have cried and fought, the p
had his supporters as well as his detrac- and the barber struggle
tors. I've even encountered a few, myself, done. In the end, the hail
whose actions might have qualified them was the barber.
- age is no barrier. Move over, Damien, you
I once was in a barbershop waiting for a and well.
haircut. A parent was there with his child. Have you ever wonder
This kid appeared to be about five or six stitutes child abuse?
years old. If ever there was demon, it was If that had been my chi
that kid. He was all over the place with the yanked him out of that ch
parent after him, "Now, Nick, stop that. him to the car. He would
Nick, get down from there." down on the seat and I wo
When it came time for him to getinto the a few good dingbats on his
chair, he pitched a fit. The kid wanted his Then he would have gc
hair cut short or shorter; his parent didn't sobbingly, perhaps, but qu
That was the start. "I want it all cut Some people would ac
short," the kid screamed. abuse, I suppose, but I fir.
"Now, Nick, you know you like those that parent's way is real ch
lovely curls," the parent whined, ever will that undisciplin
The barber started to put a tissue up to be? I shudder to thin
around the kid's throat. "Get that (exple- But back to 666.


'he screamed.
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Chamber sets Disaster Preparedness seminar


Special to Clay Today

ORANGEPARK-A seminar to help busi-
nesses prepare for disasters willbe held
Friday, June 16,. at the Thiashce!-Horne
Conference Center.
The Clay County Chamber of Com-
merce ilshLostingi theDi sister Pirpal edlness
Seminal rcgi\c business oI' iners in l:ii 1:i -
tion to prepare for any type of disaster that
ma\ occurincludinghui ricanes.
Networking will be from 7:30 am. to 8
a.m. and the seminar will be from a.m.-
11:30a.m.The fee i30 Stfor:i, ni leisor $410
fi io:n-minlc I)crs. Thie tee includes a :ox
lunch and a disaster preparedness guide.
Speakers include Jan Chilson, Clay


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Serving you more ways than ever.'


County Department of Publ-ic Siafiet-:Jel i
VanderWier, Citibank Contingency Man-
agement and the American Red Cross;
Mickie Valenti, Enterprise Florida; and
George Winterling, chief meteorologist at
Channel.
Additionally, there will be various ven-
dors at the event who will be promoting
goods and services related to protecting a
business or home during hurricane season.
"This is about financial survival," Chil-
son said. "Business owners need to have the
facts now so they can save their investment
later. This seminar will give them the tools
they will need to keep their business in
business after a disaster."
According to the U.S. Department of
Labor, more than 40 percent of businesses
that experience a disaster never reopen
and more than 25 percent of the remain-
ing businesses close w\ i dlin t\ :i years.
For more information or to register, call
(904) 264-0718 or send an email mase-
lage@claychamber.comn.

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explosion of the occult, of witchcraft and
Satanism, of concerted-attacks on Chris-
tianity.Jews and Muslims have not been
exempt from assault, either, but, in this
country, Christians present the largest
target for destructive forces.
Parents no longer discipline their chil-
dren for fear of being charged with child
abuse. Schools have been hamstrung in
what they can do and forced to do and
/or teach what they would rather not.
Attempts to silence clergy in their pulpits
are rampant.
It is no wonder that some see our own
age as one of destiny and doom.
I am not advocating the silencing of
these voices; with nearly 45 years devoted
to a free press in a free society, I could hard-
ly do that. What I am saying is that this
search for the offbeat, the unusual, the dif-
ferent, seems to me to be symptomatic of a
malaise that has taken hold of America.
Traditional values are being trampled
on by some of the loudest and most influ-
ential voices in the country. Democratic in-
stitutions are denigrated. Traditional
morals are spit upon. Majorities are si-
lenced some by judicial decree.
Sadly, many of the people caught up in
this frenzy of scorn and hatred do not
seem to.realize that the targets of their
venom are the very things that have made
America great and their destruction will
presage the destruction of America, itself.
Maybe this is what they want.
The only suggestion I might have to
counter this malaise is the very one the de-
stroyers do not want to hear; don't destroy
our traditional cultural values, tune them
up, strengthen them and allow them to do
for our society now what they have done so
well in the past.
It's always a long way back from de-
struction.


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June 8, 2006


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BCC contract gives firefighters 2.75 percent raise


By Bob Henderson, Staff

GREEN COVE SPRINGS In a 4-1
ruling Tuesday, June 6, the Clay
Board of County Commissioners
(BCC) adopted the recommenda-
tion of the special magistrate that
gave county firefighters a 2.75 per- [ .
cent pay increase. The increase is
affective immediately and is not
retroactive.
The BCC was meeting in special c
session to adopt or reject the rec-
ommendations of a special magistrate
that had been retained to resolve an im-
passe between Clay County and the Clay
County Fire Rescue Professionals, Local
3362, International Association of Fire-
fighters.
Clu Wright, president of Local 3362,
was given the opportunity to address the
commission first. He reviewed the union's
objections to the recommendations of
the special magistrate and, at one point
said, "Incredibly, the special magistrate
not once mentioned in his entire discus-


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sion the Union's actual wage proposal..."
Commissioner John Thrasher was
quick to call Wright on the statement. He
asked "Did you say the special magistrate
did not mention the union's proposal?"
When Wright hesitated, Thrasher
pressed his question, "Did You?"
Wright tried to explain what he had
meant but Thrasher was not satisfied.
"When you make a statement," he said,
"you need to make sure it is accurate. This
is not accurate."
The attorney that had been retained


KH Farmers Market to be discussed


Clay Today Staff

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS AJune 23 Town
Hall meeting will gauge the amount of in-
terest in a local Farmers Market.
The meeting, sponsored by the Clay
County Extension Service, is asking resi-


dents interested in providing the com-
munity with fresh farm products, or
wanting to support the local farm com-
munity to attend the meeting.
It is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. at Key-
stone Heights Town Hall. Call the Exten-
sion Service at (904) 284-6355 for details.


by the Countyjohn Dickin-
son, was next to speak. He
was particularly critical of
the way the union had con-
ducted itself during negoti-
ations. "Never in all my
practice have I encoun-
tered the type of delaying
actions that I have in this
proceeding," Dickinson
said. "The complete pic-
AcGovern ture," he said, "presents a
consistent pattern of delay."
Point by point he rebutted the con-
tentions of the union and told commis-
sioners, "You should be very proud of the
benefits and pay we gave the firefighters."
He also told the commission that data
does not support the claim that firefight-


ers are leaving for higher pay.
Linda Crawford, vice president of the
Clay Action Network, entered a plea for
the firefighters. Labeling them "heroes,"
Crawford asked commissioners t "keep an
open mind" and think in terms of safety
and fairness.
"I'm sure not one of you up there wants
to end your term knowing you failed."
David McCall told the BCC that he was
one of the firefighters that had left and
had done so for money.
Commissioner George Bush intro-
duced a subject that troubled everybody,
commissioner or firefighter. Compres-
sion is a term that describes a situation
whereby a new hire is paid more than a

BCC continued on pageA-27


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Opinion


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Cyclists, here's a chance to say


why you deserve share of road


I'm going to make a special offer to local
bicyclist enthusiasts you see riding in packs
on local roads.
The offer is to give your designated
spokesperson this editorial space in a fu-
ture Clay Today issue so you can explain to
our readers why you folks are determined
to put yourself in danger of being need-
lessly injured or killed.
Such an articulate, introspective article
would help many local drivers, myself in-
cluded, to hear your reasoning about why
it's necessary for bicyclist to clutter Clay
County roads already packed with cars,
pickups, big trucks and motorcycles.
The article needs to address why would
someone would get onto a 30-pound bicy-
c Ie and rid it am :iong thes-e Igas-:cIred
vehicles, some of them.weighing more
than 40,000 pounds?
And, most importantly, it should ex-
plain how drivers and bicyclists could safe-
ly co-exist-
I want tomake it clear I'm not trashing
bicycle riders. There are a couple of bicy-
cles in my garage right now. Both my wife
and I and our kids love to ride bikes. The
difference is we normally ride on the
beach or quiet side streets around our Or-
ange Park house..
Now Ihave to give the cyclists I've come
upon a lot of credit Typically they ride sin-
gle file, which makes passing them easier.
And they always seem to be dressed ap-
propriately. In fact, some of their spandex
outfits are very colorful.
You also don't see large groups of riders
on very busy streets like Blanding Boule-
vard or the interstates. That's positive, too.
Let's not forget that these folks are
choosing to get out and enjoy a physical ac-
tivity that's beneficial and enjoyable to
them. The majority of riders, showing that
they are concerned about their own safety,
also wear helmets.
And I'd be a hypocrite if I didn't say that
as a motorcyclist I benefit from some of
the same laws thatprotect a cyclist's right to
be on the roadway.
But being on the roadway brings some-
one else's safety into play-the dri % e i (if the
automobile forced to swing around them
because bic\clistNa are aila\s going sh-.l er


that motorized traffic.
What is it about riding in large groups
on busy streets that makes it so enticing?
Of course, cyclists will point out that
under state law they are considered a vehi-
cle like any other and they should be re-
spected as such.
i.Thii'_fin:-.Bui iheivhowv its i that hbn
I catch a red light and have to stop, the
group of cyclists Ijust passed goes whizzing
past me if the intersection is clear? Then I
have to pass them again.
Many don't use hand signals when turn-
ing or slowing, which leaves the driver to
guess at times what they're going to do.
I'm guessing you sane cyclists don't want
drivers to guess.
All of Florida's fun activities, including
bicycling, should be available to anyone
without the threat of injury.
While I question if cyclists should be on
the same road, I by no means believe driv-
ers have the right to endanger them with
stupid acts, such as running them off the
road. Too many area cyclists have been
needlessly killed or injured by drivers.
But for every inconsiderate or impa-
tient driver, there's an arrogant cyclist who
sits high atop his seatjust daring someone
to hit himor her.
Frankly, there's no easy answer. Maybe
we need to push for more bicycle lanes, like
those on Kingsley Avenue, so cyclists can
ride more safely.
Maybe we drivers need to chill out a lit-
tle, be more patient and considerate of cy-
clists and remember that this issue was
debated in the state Legislature, with the
result being equal access for bicycles.
But we have to reach a consensus one
that allou \Nou folks 10o enjoy your outdoor
at ti\ it) and one diat fires drivers from one
less hazardous roa:id siit action.


(I S o O
Ss your opinion,






Should bicyclists be allowed


on busy Clay County roads?


Brandy Dawson, 28,
Orange Park
"Yes, I think they are fine.
My husband is a rider."


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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR


Sheriff warns about many dangers of fireworks


Ediit.:, ,\ ',iI: Si, riffRick Beseler wrote
thefollowing lEt(er to Clay County residents
concerning:thle Ii do g q.,li'%f i',.is.)
Dear Clay Cou nt) resident:
There is no better time than 4th of
July to sho\ \\ ou Ir patic:tik.n. Fireworks
celebrations aie as American aI hor dogs
and apple pie a nd Cla\ Count\ is no ex-
ceptioln.
.Every year, the Clay C.o nty She i if's
Office promotes s)afet\ .ibo\e e\ ei \ tling
else because tire\\,orkstan be Idan gerous, .
causing serious injuries, public distur-
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requiring law enforcement and fire de-
partment response. Please be aware of
the county's burn ban and know if one is
in effect before planning your holiday
celebration..
Certain: fireworks are legal in Clay
County. If you decide to set them off on
your own, be sure to follow these impor-
tant safety tips provided by the National
Council on Fireworks Safety:
Have an adult present and NEVER
give fireworks to small children.
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hose and a bucket).
Never experiment or make your own
fireworks.
Light only one firework at a time.
Never re-light a "dud" firework (wait
15 to 20 minutes and then soak it in a
bucket of water).
Dispose of fireworks properly by
soaking them in water and then dispos-
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rates have declined by almost 70 percent
during the past decade. According to the
U.S. Consumer Product Safety Comnnis-
sion (CPSC), there were an estimated
9,600 people treated for fireworks-relat-
ed injuries in 2004. In 1992, the figure was
12,500. However, illegal fireworks contin-
ue to be a serious problem. Over the past
10 )ears, 30 percent of the injuries associ-
ated with fireworks have typically been
caused by illegal explosives or home-
made fireworks.
The following are examples of in-
juries from legal and illegal fireworks:
A 33-year-old man was setting off
mortar style fireworks out of a black plas-
tic pipe while in his backyard. As he
leaned over one of the tubes and lit the
fuse, the fireworks immediately went off
striking him in the face. He was trans-
ported to a hospital where he was pro-
nounced dead from head injuries.
A 6-inch fountain that shot colored
fireballs injured a 4-year-old girl.
When the fountain tipped over, the vic-
tim Was struck in the chest by a fireball.
She sustained 2nd and 3rd degree
burns to her chest and neck. She was
hospitalized for three weeks for burn
treatment and skin grafts.
A 15-year-old male tied together the
wires of 10 sparklers. The sparklers ignit-
ed quickly and burned down very fast, fi-
nally exploding in his hand. The victim
sustained a five-inch long laceration to
his hand and forearm exposing muscle.
Also, debris from the explosion lodged in
his hand and arm. The victim had plastic
surgery and has recovered.
My family, like yours, enjoys celebrat-
ing the Independence Day holiday and
all of its traditions. I am asking that you
celebrate safely and with consideration
for your neighbors and your neighbors'
property. The state statute governing
fireworks use isChapter 791 and the State
Fire Marshal is the enforcing authority
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Dear Editor:
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of theRa\il ne- Cm11111 n nit\. I.In opposed
to.an) IiluII.h de\iel.pmiucn in the
Ravines subdivision.
My husband and I have only lived in
the Ravines for over a year. We searched
long and hard to find the perfect home to
start our family. After looking at more
than 20 houses, we found a house in the
Ravines subdivision.that fulfilled our
needs as a home. My husband and I
thought the Ravines community to be the
ideal size, not too small and not too big.
We like to walk, bike andjog; Ravines
offers us an excellent place to enjoy all
those activities. We also like the spacious
layout of the community and the fact that
the Ravines is a deed restricted and gated
community. The community offers a safe
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worry about the increased traffic in and
around the community that is already
plagued with traffic congestion including
Route 218 and Blanding Boulevard. There
are two subdivisions (The Retreat and The
Ravines Crossing) currently being built
adjacent to the Ravines and with the real
estate market becoming saturated; I do
not understand the need to build more
homes in the Ravines except for the golf
course owners' own monetary gain.
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crime. I hope we can prevent the same mis- door,
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Change graduation schedule ,

Dear Editor: I
I am writing this letter at a time of
great disappointment. I have just had to
flip a coin to determine which grandson's
high school graduation I will attend. One
is graduating from Middleburg High I
School and one from Ridgeview High
School the same evening at the same


hour. Likewise with Baccalaureate.
I have lived in Clay County since 1972.
1 have had five children graduate from
Orange Park High School. I. have 16
grandchildren who have attended or
graduated from Clay County Schools. I
have 12 more grandchildren left in Clay
County schools and there will be three
more times that I will have to flip a coin.
This is very hard on a grandparent. Oh,
Syes, a couple c.-ld 1splir up and.one- gi.to
one and one to the other, biu I am a
widow and don' t have that option.
Our family has always tried to cele-
brate the important events in our lives.
We always felt that everyone needed to be
recognizedby family when they have had
great achievements and graduation from
high school is one of the biggest in a
young person's life. I feel cheated that I
will not be able to be at one of these
biggest events, and I imagine that one
grandson will feel disappointed because
I am not there.
I am sure that I am not the only grand-
parent in Clay County to have this prob-
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14 Clay students get 'Take Stock' scholarships


Clay Today staff
ORANGE PARK A major legislative
backer of Take Stock in Children came to
Clay County last week seeking local pub-
lic support for the program.
State Sen. Stephen Wise spoke to about
50 people during the program's annual
fund-raising luncheon, saying he be-
lieves it's one of the best things he's done
while in office.
"It's just a wonderful, wonderful pro-
gram," he said.
The program held at Carrabba's Ital-
ian Restaurant on Wells Road included
recognizing Clay County's 14 Take Stock
in Children scholarship winners each
get $1,000.
His fellow legislators appear to agree.
Wise said Take Stock in Children, which
provides children from low income fam-
ilies with college scholarships, will get
nearly double the $2.5 million it received
this fiscal year.
Pointing out Florida has more than
115,000juvenile offenders currently be-
hind bars, Wise said expanding Take
Stock will encourage parents to keep
their children out of trouble or risk los-
ing the chance at a scholarship.
"Rather than having them in the (ju-
venile offender) program, we are saying
there's something for you, ajob for you,
that will give you a chance to break out
of the underclass and be successful,"
Wise said.
One of the speakers was Nicole Main-
er, who graduated from Miami'sJohnson
& Wales University in 2005.
Mainer, who is now patient service
manager at ShandsJacksonville, said the
program built her confidence and made
it possible for her to become the first per-
son in her family to attend college.
"The scholarship helps students


STAFF PHOTOS BY GREG WALSH
The 2006 Take Stock in Children scholar-
ship recipients from Clay County include,
from left: front row, Elise Lorenzana, Ar-
ness McDonald, Tenise Haynes, Tanitha
Williams and Rachel Maldonado; and back
row, Christinie Dougherty, Damien Cole,
Keith Wheeler, Shyrell Johnson, Warren
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change their future," she said.
Another Clay County beneficiary of
the program is Helen Quinn, a 1996 Clay
High School graduate. She recently went
to work for the Clay County program
after graduating from the University of
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Prosecuting attorneys to honor Rep. Kravitz for bill


By Bob Henderson, Staff


ORANGE PARK- State Rep. Dick Kravitz
(R-Dist. 19) will receive the Legislator of
the Year Award from the Florida State
Prosecuting Attorneys Association at its
Awal'ds Dinner July 10 at Marco Island.
Kravitz sponsored a bill. "The Closing
Argument Act," that he says. "...changed
153 years of Florida law."
The Common Law, from which most
American laws have grown, provided
that, in criminal and civil cases, the party
bearing the burden of proof would have
the right to final closing argument. For
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Kell\ h addox. repreen:ali\e for;
program pr'csidlni tI MIichael Weinsteim.
said piogra nil targets children in dain-
gei of falling into cr iminal behaiio,.
Cutr entl, 11,00fl Flotida children ie-
cL,\e scholashlSips.
One third ofFlorida hlih gihool st--
dcrwiL will drop o t ii of school. Addliion-
all. 80 percent t adtdt prison inmates
at c dr opout, Maddox said.
"W\ ecurrlentl\ onlI meetabou i5per-
ceciii of the it'ced in FIC. ida.."s'e sa;ild.
Wise said he would ultimately like
to see e\' r\ child in families thal qual-
its for free ori reduced lunches ha\e a
prepaid college tnd. "I really believe
that we could help kids stay out of uou-
ble. not become pI- egant. We could
cut the ju\enile- offenders I i 25 per-
cemn." he saeii.
C(la\ Count\ prc'giam coordillnaor
A.nii. Tavloi said she has seen that
need locall. toio.


153 years, that right to closing argument
has been the prerogative.of the defein-
dant and defense attorneys.
Kravitz a situation in which the out-
come of a sexual assault case might have
turned out quite differently if the new
rule had been in effect. At closing, the de-
fense made a case for consensual sex that
the facts did not support. Because he did
not have the right of final close, the pros-
ecutor could not rebut and the defendant
walked away. The Closing Argument Act
changes that by providing that the prose-
cution may rebutl the defense closing.
In a letter to Kravitz, State Attorney
John Tanner, Seventh Judicial Circuit,
said, "The bill was truly a 'Victimns' Right


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Bill.' The sorrow, disappointment and dis-
gust that victims feel when the prosecutor
is not able to answer misrepresentations
of a criminal defense lawyer is irrepara-
ble. You have cured the problemm"
Turning to another area, Kravitz
noted that, with the development of
DNA identification, some 'cold cases"
have been solved too late to prosecute be-
cause of the statutes of limitations. To
remedy this, Kravitz and the Criminal
Justice Committee put forth a bill that
would permit prosecution at any time. To
avoid a constitutional conflict in regard
to double jeopardy, the bill would not
apply to a person that has already faced
prosecution and been acquitted.
Still in the area of new technology, a
bill was introduced requiring the training
of law enforcement officers before being
authorized to use dart firing stun guns. In
addition, the bill places strict limits on the
use of these weapons; the subject must be
actively, physically resisting arrest and is
preparing or attempting to flee.
There have been cases reported of law
enforcement officers stopping a vehicle
that has been reported stolen. It was obvi-
ous that the ignition system had been
hotwired or that the steering lock had
been disabled but the driver claimed he
didn't know the vehicle was stolen. Florida
law provides that possession of stolen
property, unless satisfactorily explained, is
an inference that the person in possession


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knew or should have known that it was
stolen. The bill extends the inference of
stolen property to an obviously altered car.
Other bills shepherded by Kravitz in-
clude testing of state Department of Cor-
rections employees for steroid use, giving
juvenilejudges more latitude in the sen-
tencing of youthful offenders and the re-
quirement of'lockout of certain Internet
channels on all library computers avail-
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June 8, 2006









Charter Review Commission narrows recommendations


By Bob Henderson, Staff
bhenderson @jcpgroup.cor

MIDDLEBURG Conducting their third
public hearing at Middleburg's Weigel
Community Center Thursday, June 1,.
members of the Clay County Charter Re-
view Commission (CRC) removed two
agenda items from further considera-
tion. Gone are two proposals that would
have altered the composition of the
Board of County Commissioners (BCC):
A proposal that would change the cur-
rent five single-member districts to three
single-member and two at-large districts
with one of the at-large members serving
as a popularly elected chair;
A second proposal was similar to the
previous one except that it did not pro-
vide for an elected chair.
Both proposals had received little sup-
port and much opposition from the pub-
lic as people spoke at various meetings
before the CRC. The main bone of con-
tention was always that the proposals
were perceived as a way to circumvent the
will of the voters, who only two years ago,
had approved single member districts for
all BCC members.


A third proposal to alter the BCC has
fared much better. This third proposal
would expand the BCC from five to seven
members, two of whom would be at large
with one of them serving as a popularly
elected chair.
At theJune 1 meeting, Nancy Keating
told the CRC, "A few years ago I sat where
you are sitting now. There weren't so
many challenges then."
Keating thanked the commission
members for their willingness to serve
and cope with the challenges. "It's a real
American thing," she said regarding the
give and take of the process.
Keating said she is leaning toward an
expanded BCC with two at large and an
elected chair.
"Don't sell our commissioners short,"
she said. "Awhile ago there weren't so
many issues." She said that now that the
county has grown, it needs strong leader-
ship in the BCC chair.
The proposal, as it stands, would re-
duce the salaries of commissioners to pre-
clude an impact on the county's budget.
Speakers from the audience, however,
both at Thursday's meeting and previous
ones, protested that salaries should be left


STAFF PHOTO BY BOB HENDERSON
CRC Chairman Travis Cummings, left, listens intently as commission counsel Allen
Watts explains an amendment proposal to the audience.


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alone in order to attract highly qualified
candidates. While the proposal remains as
is for the moment, it seems likely that that
the reduced salary provision will be re-
moved before it is presented to the BCC.
Danita Andrews also spoke in support of
the five-plus-two with elected chair propos-
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This county has a lot of hurdles to over-
come," she said. "This opens the door to op-
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Two other items, expanding the non-
interference clause in the County Char-
ter and creation of a code of ethics for all
elected and appointed county officers re-
ceived no discussion.
But one irler ii..li. ciangling the re-:
quired signatures on citizens' initiative
petitions, seems to be headed for the re-
cycle bin also.
CRC Chairman Travis Cummings
noted that the uibje:i has received no
support from the public and only luke
warm support from CRC members. He
said that, when it comes time to make a
decision, he will not vote for it. Other
members of the commission seemed to
be in agreement. Its fate will be deter-
mined at the next and final public hear-
ing to be held Monday.June 19, at the
Orange Park Town Hall.

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Students explore Europe through 'transformational' learning


Clay Today staff

It's not your average senior-level physics
course. The class consists of only eight stu-
dents, primarily non-science majors; the
course pre-requisites are "thinking, pon-
dering, wondering and rigorous curiosity";
and the location for the course varies day-
by-day, beginning 4,242 miles from the
University of North Florida's campus.
The course is PHY 4930, Trainsforma-
tional Learning on the EuroRail, taughtby
Dr.Jace Hargis, a resident of Orange Park,
assistant professor and director of the Of-
fice of Faculty Enhancement. Known for
his innovative teaching methods, Hargis
developed the course as an unconvention-
al alternative to teaching and learning. In-
stead of presenting material from behind
a podium and testing his students' memo-
rization skills, Hargis taking his students
on a 12-day whirlwind train trip through-
out Europe so they can apply what they
learn in textbooks to the real world.
The trip beganJune 5 inJacksonville
and is taking the students by Chunnel
and train to Paris, Zurich, Munich,
Venice, Rome, Milan and Madrid. Stu-
dents have an opportunity to observe, en-
gage in and explore the cultures of seven
countries, with coursework completed en
route to each destination.
"This course is a very demanding trav-
el-abroad experience focusing on con-
ceptual, contextual learning through the
disciplines of the sciences," said Hargis.
"We will be immersing ourselves with local
people and cultures, so the students will be
expected to highly interact with their col-
leagues and native residents and to main-
tain a high level of scholarly activity
during less-than-optimal conditions."
Hargis says he had some free time four
years ago between sessions and, during
an autotrain trip, it occurred to him that


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Dr. Jace Hargis


a train provides the perfect venue for
"learning in context."
"It takes about a year to plan a trip,"
Hargis says, planning, thinking and de-
veloping a syllabus."
Last year Hargis took his students on
an Amtrak "chemistry" tour of the Unit-
ed States. Next year he and his class will
visit Russia.
Hargis made sure students who applied
for the course knew this was not going to
be a glorified vacation. "The application
process for this course was very competi-
tive because I wanted to make sure we had
a diverse group of students who displayed
particular characteristics," he said. "This is
definitely a course for 'wash and wear' stu-
dents." In a nutshell, Hargis wanted to se-
lect students who were serious about
learning, looking for adventure and eager
to explore new cultures.
Studentshave met monthly sinceJanu-
ary to complete the required coursework


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Kathy Scofield


and participate in group planning of the
trip. They completed the required reading,
which included books on Isaac Newton,
Leonardo da Vinci and Albert Einstein, as
well as a novel, "The Razor's Edge," by W.
Somerset Maughham, and a play, "The
Physicist," by Friederich Durrenmatt. In
addition, each student has been assigned a
leg of the trip, tasked with researching the
area, planning lessons and developing an
itinerary for a 24-hour period.
Kathy Scofield of Orange Park, a
teacher at Argyle Elementary School, was
assigned a day while in Paris. She said she
had studied the language every moment
she could. "I have some audio tapes and


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For their final meeting before depar-
ture for Europe, students were assigned
The Razor's Edge and each of them made
a dish from one of the countries they will
visit. "I think it will be an incredible ex-
perience," Scofield said, "we will debrief
every evening and learn from each
other's different perspectives."
The students will visit several univer-
sities throughout Europe to learn what
college life is like in other countries. For
example, the students plan to visit Lud-
wig Maximilian University in Munich to
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Local 'hams' plan annual Field Day June 24-25


Special to Clay Today

ORANGE PARK Over the past year,
the news has been full of reports of ham
radio operators providing critical com-
munications in emergencies worldwide.
On the weekend ofJune 24-25 local resi-
dents will have a chance to meet and talk
with ham radio operators and see for
themselves what this "radio service" real-
ly is about.
Orange Park Amateur Radio Club
will hold a demonstration of emergency
communications abilities at LakesideJu-
nior High School from 2 p.m. Saturday to
2 p.m. Sunday.


This annual event, called "Field Day"
is the climax of the week long "Amateur
Radio Week" sponsored by the ARRL,
the national association for Amateur
Radio. Using only generators, batteries
or solar power, the hams construct emer-
gency stations in parks, shopping malls
and back yards to test their skills under
all situations.
The slogan, "Ham radio works when
other systems don't!" is more than just
words to the hams as they prove they can
send messages in many forms without
the use of phone systems, internet or any
other infrastructure that can be compro-
mised in a crises.


More than 30,000 amateur radio oper-
ators across the country participated in
last year's event.
"We hope that people will come and
see for themselves, this is not your grand-
father's radio anymore," said Larry
Filzen. "It may be called'Amateur Radio'
because we are unpaid but that does not
mean we're not prepared!"
Over the weekend hams will be
demonstrating AM, sideband, FM, digi-
tal, code and even satellite communica-
tions. Several clubs will also be
experimenting with TV signals and in-
credibly high frequency equipment. It
was from their practical experience as


hams that many electrical engineers
went on to develop the marvels of
today's communications. -
There are 670,000 amateur radio op-
erators in the United States, and more
than 2.5 million around the world.
Through the ARRL hams provide emer-
gency communications for the DHS Citi-
zen's Corps, the American Red Cross,
Salvation Army, FEMA and many state
and local agencies.
To learn more about Amateur Radio,
contact Larry Filzen at (904) 272-0726 or
go to www.arrl.org/newham.
The public is most cordially invited to
come, meet and talk with the hams.


STUDENTS from page A-9

tour the campus and meet a German
physicist who won a 2005 Nobel Physics
Prize for his work in developing laser-
based precision spectroscopy.
Mudhurrie Maharaj, also from Or-
ange Park, a senior, is an English major
and wants to be a writer. She said, "Oh, my
gosh, I'm so excited and thrilled. I was
born in Trinidad and, for me, Europe is
on the other side of the world."


As an English major, Maharaj is par-
ticularly thrilled to have received Lon-
don for her assignment. She said she
carries her London guide book around
with her wherever she goes and every
time she thinks of some place she'd like to
see, goes to the book to locate it and plan
how to get the group there.
Commenting on the program in gen-
eral, she said, "I could not believe this pro-
gram being run at UNE It is so well
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Hargis said among the course's objec-
tives is for students to "engage in active,
productive discourse relating to the con-
nection between science, literature,
media and how they connect to Euro-
pean geography, social and economic pa-
rameters."
"As a teacher, Iam so excited about this
trip and the opportunity to view the roots
of the people whose: work we study,"
Scofield said. "It will enable me to give to
much more to my students."
Maharaj is looking forward to visiting
places visited by prominent writers, "...es-
pecially I'd like to see where Blake wrote
some of his poems on the wall."
Funding provided by the University


reduced the cost of this trip from $2,400
to $950 per student. UNF has set aside
$200,000 for courses, projects and re-
search that require student participation
in unique educational opportunities that
help to broaden students' intellectual and
world views.
A total of 18 programs were funded: 10
for international programs and eight for
programs within the United States. Fund-
ing for these kinds of transformational
learning experiences is unique to UNE
The idea for transformational learning
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GREEN COVE SPRINGS The Clay
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Clay Co. schools get federal history grant



Clay Co. schools get federal history grant


Special to Clay Today
GREEN COVE SPRINGS The Clay
County School District will receive a
$994,845 federal grant to improve the
quality of American history education.
Students who are well grounded in
history are more likely to become active,
informed participants in our nation's fu-
ture. This year, the Teaching American
History program will award 124 new
grants worth $118.2 million to school dis-
tricts in 38 states nationwide.
"Our nation's founding fathers be-
lieved the study of history and citizen-
ship should be at the core of every


American's education," said U.S. Secre-
tary of Education Margaret Spellings.
"Yet, with studies showing less than one-
quarter of American students are profi-
cient in either subject, far too few U.S.
students are learning the lessons vital to
life in our democratic society."
History education under No Child
Left Behind is essential to help students
gain an understanding and appreciation
of our nation's history and government."
Clay County will use the grant to pro-
vide intensive professional development
workshops for teachers and collaborative
efforts with local and national history or-
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the community for coming out and making the event a great success. The College
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HICKORY, N.C. A Middleburg native
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Lenoir-Rhyne College.
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point average of 3.5 or higher.
Lenoir-Rhyne College is a private, co-
educational college and is affiliated with
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Lutheran Church in America.
Lane on top list
RUSTON, La. Terry Michael Lane
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Nursing students go extra mile to aid hurricane victims


Special to Clay County
ORANGE PARK When it comes to
bringing aid to hurricane victims, there
isn't much StJohns River Community Col-
lege (SJRCC) Nursing Instructor Kathleen
Hagy and her students won't do. They have
made three trips to the Gulfport/Biloxi
area, raising over $25,000 in supplies and


funds to take with them.
They brought supplies, served meals,
operated home recovery efforts, worked in
clinics, fed animals, formed post-traumat-
ic stress disorder groups, assisted with
home repairs and more. "And we listened.
We talked. We comforted. We celebrated
birthdays. We helped parents with pur-
chasing Christmas presents," said Hagy,


who once lived in that area. The group usu-
ally forms a tent camp over their three day
period stay each trip.
Now the group has a fourth trip
planned for August, and they are hosting a
fundraiser Saturday,June 24, from 6 p.m.
to 10 p.m. at the Thrasher-Home Center
for the Arts Conference Center in order to
have money and supplies to offer those


SJRCC Department forms student nurses chapter


Special to Clay Today
ORANGE PARK St.Johns River Com-
munity College (SJRCC) has formed its
own Florida Student Nurses Association
(FSNA) Chapter as a way for students to
develop professionally and personally in
the healthcare industry. This makes
SJRCC a part of the national association
in region two, which includes seven other
colleges and universities. This is the first
time SJRCC has formed such a chapter.
SJRCC Faculty Advisor and Nursing
Instructor Kathy Hag)y said there are 24
members in the chapter, and the mem-
bers have elected a board. "It's an awe-
some networking tool that helps mold
the students," she said.


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The 2006-2007 FSNA Board of Direc-
tors is: Michelle Cox, president;Jennifer
Freeman, vice president; Stacie Hutchin-
son, secretary; and Leslie Sharpe, treasurer
One of the goals of SJRCC's FSNA is to
accomplish community projects such as:
Community Health Initiatives (CAPS),
Katrina Benefit, Katrina Trip, fundraising
activities, attend a Florida Convention and
develop a newsletter. CAPS is a screening
process for blindness that serves three to
five year olds in the community.
One upcoming fundraiser will in-
clude a silent and live auction and food
on June 24 from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. at the
Thrasher-Horne Center for the Arts
Conference Center, located on SJRCC's
Orange Park campus.


The students and faculty members are
collecting supplies and donations in
preparation for an August trip to Missis-
sippi. They hope to help families rebuild
homes as this will mark their fourth trip to
the hurricane-hit area. Everyone is wel-
come to attend and participate in the ben-
efit. Donations are also being accepted
from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Friday at
SJRCC's Palatka campus or at the portion
of the Orange Park Medical Center that
SJRCC students use for nursing classes.
Call Hagy at (386) 312-4266 for details.
The SJRCC chapter holds meetings in
Orange Park, St. Augustine and Palatka.
The fee for a new member is $30 and $70
for two years. Anyone interested in becom-
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who are trying to rebuild. The benefit will
include Executive Chef Robert Tulko of
Winn Dixie, several bands as well as food
and a silent and live auction. Some of the
silent auction donations include airline
tickets, Jaguars tickets, boat trips, dia-
monds, Suns tickets and much more. Any-
one interested in helping with the benefit,
sponsoring a student on the upcoming trip
orjoining the relief team should call Hagy
at (386) 312-4266. Everyone is welcome to
attend and participate in the benefit, she
said. The Thrasher-Home Center for the
Arts is located on the Orange Park campus
of St.Johns River Community College.
Hagy said the students who have trav-
eled to the hurricane hit areas return with
a different perspective on life and with
vivid memories of the devastation. They
also have met so many determined and
kind people who they have kept in contact
with in between trips. The group worked
with the National Guard, the Humane So-
ciety, doctors, nurses, The Woodsmen, The
Lutheran Church of America, the Baptist
churches of Gulfport and Biloxi and the
American Red Cross while in Louisiana
and Mississippi. "On the last trip, we stayed
with families in their FEMA trailers, and I
will tell you that:it is a humbling experi-
ence," said Hagy. Other supporters who
have helped with the trips include: Anasta-
sia Design Group, Old Town Trolley, Surf
Station, Sports Corner, St. Francis Inn, Sun-
shine Shop, EA. Caf, Atlantic Automotive
and Lighthouse Anesthesia.
Hagy and her group also brought med-
ical supplies with them, which were donat-
ed by the Operating Room staff at Flagler
Hospital and many physicians, and they
sold shirts to raise money. In some cases,
they gave hurricane victims the clothes off
their backs, and they walked around to
houses to check residents' blood pressure
and to offer bandages and other supplies.
Hagy said she hopes that their upcoming
trip \ ill be one of rebuilding and renewal.
Donauo-i s \ ill be accepted from 8:30 a.m.
to 6:3-0 p.m. Monday -Friday at the Palatka
campus ot at the portion of Orange Park
Medical Center that the SJRCC students
use for ntusing classes. Please call Hagy at
(386) 312-4266 for moreinformation. The
following items are needed: Building sup-
plies, everyday household items and any-
thing that is needed to start a home.
The Thrasher-Home Center for the
Arts, which is-owned and operated by
SJRCC, is located at 283 College Drive in
Orange Park. Go to www.thcenter.org for
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ORANGE PARK St.Johns Country Day
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School Summa Cum Laude (all As) stu-
dents for the school year ending May 31:
Grade 9 -James Agee, Andrea Caplin,
Sara Conner, Leigh Holman, T.J. Horwath,
Hannah Leach, Hwang Marino, Rachel
Robison, Ronald Root, Erin Standish.
Grade 10 Brooke Blasser, Brooke
Chance, Rolf Holman, Ian McComb, Vic-
toria Nelson, Preethi Rajan, Philip Rob-
bins, Kenton Schoen, Ramzi Shaykh,


Clay going to Embry-Riddle
DAYTONA BEACH -Evan Clay of
Orange Park has been accepted to
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical Uni-
versity. Clay, who graduated in 2006
from Ridgeview High School, will be-
come a member of the Embry-Riddle
2006 2007 freshman class, pursuing a


Saranya Sureshkumar, T.J. Weaver.
Grade 11 Chelsea Agee, Jennifer
Brown, William Buehn, Katrina Coots,
Joanna Faulk, Emily Garcia, Michael Hoff-
man, Charlotte LaSenna,Julia Logsdail,
Holly Moore, Christena Pellett, Molly
Richardson, Lauren Rollins.
Grade 12 Scott Bellairs,Jarrod Boitet,
Blake Butterworth, Lucia Constantine,
Jennifer Cowie, Stephen Creighton,
Matthew Dobbertien,Jacqueline Flana-
gan, Wyndee Gray, Katie Longo, Debra
McCauley, Miles Moody, Emily Patterson,
Kristen Weaver.


degree in Aerospace Engineering. Clay
is the son of Tim andJamie Clay.
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Cycle event helps GCS child
More than S20,000 was raised Saturday, June 3, during the Second annual Ju-
liana Wetmore Benefit Poker Run hosted by the Chrome Divas of Jacksonville
Beaches. The Ride for Juliana benefited the 3-year-old Green Cove Springs girl
born with Treacher Collins Syndrome, which has left her without about 40 per-
cent of her facial bones. Juliana has already endured several surgeries and
will have to go through many more. Since her father is a member of the armed
forces her medical expenses are covered but the specialists are in Miami so the
family has thousands of dollars in travel expenses each year for Juliana's sur-
geries. The ride attracted over 250 motorcycle enthusiasts to this event, more
than doubling last year's numbers.




Students' works on



display in gallery


Special to Clay Today

PALATKA Florida School of the Arts
Fine Art graduates April Phinazee and
Steven Smiley will display their work at
an upcoming Graduate Show.
An opening reception will be held on
Monday,June 5, at 7p.m. to honor the stu-
dents' work.
The exhibits-will be on displ\.
throughJune 23 in the Main Gallery at
the Florida School of the Arts, located on
the Palatka Campus of St.Johns River
Community College. The event is free
and open to the public.
David Ouellette, FloArts Gallery Direc-
tor, said Phinazee and Smiley are among
two of his most dedicated Fine Arts stu-
dents, and he looks forward to the show. He
said Phinazee and Smiley worked on the
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trained to hang the pieces. Smiley, an Or-
ange Park resident, will present about 30
paintings, inks, and graphite drawings.
"Steven's work deals with surreal land-
scapes which include figures," said Ouel-
lette. Phinazee, a Lake City resident, will
present more than 30 pieces that will in-
clude figurative works, self-portraits and
multi-media pieces.
The Fine Art program directs stu-
dents to fully comprehend, use, and ma-
nipulate the materials, techniques and
procedures of the visual arts through
drawing, painting, printmaking and
graphic design.
For more information on Florida
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Humane Society

sets training

Special to Clay Today

ORANGE PARK The Clay County
Humane Society plans a 20-hour Dis-
aster Animal Response Team training
workshopJune 16-18 at the Holiday
Inn-Orange Park. Cost to register for
the class is $35 and all sessions must be
attended to receive certification.
Courses include topics such as
.Emergency Pet Shelters; Disaster
Stress Management; Disaster Plan-
ning for Animals and Your Personal
Plan. Other speakers include Clay
County Department of Public Safety
and the American Red Cross.
Call (904) 276-7729 or for more infor-
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Quick, effective workout available at Contours Express


Clay Today staff
ORANGE PARK There's a new kind of
physical fitness workout available to Clay
County women of all ages.
Using what it calls a "circuit training
program," Contours Express Ladies Fit-
ness & Weight Loss Studio says customers
will see and feel results after going
through its 29-minute workout on
weight-based equipment.


opened in May 2004. Pelt, a trained certi-
fied public accountant, bought it in May.
"I just switched from thel corporate
world," she said.
Additional offerings include a senior
fitness program and the "butt and gut
program.
According to the company, the weight-
based machines offer an advantage over
hydraulic machines because they offer
smooth positive and negative exercise


movement.
The negative inovenent, or weight re-
sistance, is key to helping build bone den-
sity and toning muscle.
"I addition, weight-based machines are
fully adjustable, and allow you to increase
resistance as your fitness level improves,
while maintaining a slow and steady move-
ment. All our machines are specially made-
scaled down to a woman's size."
In addition, Contours Express offers


healthy eating plans and weekly weigh-ins
to keep track of extra unwanted pounds.
The business is located at 9542 Argyle
Forest Blvd, C14, in the new Publix Shop-
ping Center at Argyle Forest Boulevard
and Old Middleburg Road.
Club hours are Monday-Friday 8 a.m.-
1 p.m. and 3 p.m. to 8 p.m., and Saturdays
8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
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Hydra Stone Pool & Spas cool Clay down in summertime


By Natasha Khairullah, Staff
inhairullah@jcpgroup.com

ORANGE PARK Fireworks, barbecues
and lemonade...oh, and of course, swim-
ming pools! This could only mean sum-
mertime.
At Orange Park's Hydra Stone Pools
and Spas, they know that no summer
would be complete without a bit of pool-
side lounging. That's why the fiberglass-
pool and mobile-spa specialists are
bringing their award-winning Blue
Hawaiian Fiberglass Pools and Corner-
stone Spas to local residents this summer.
"If you have a fiberglass pool, you'll
never have any worries. The only people
that have nightmares about their pools
are the people with concrete-liner," she
added, noting that fiberglass-bottom
pools offer about 12 inches of flexibility
whereas liner pools often crack with the
slightest land shifts.
"They're the only pools we sell," said
Brown, "because once you get one, it's the
only one you'll need."
Owner TommyJones opened Hydra
Stone, 1232 Blanding Blvd., in January
and has been working on at least two
pools a week with the Hydra Stone team
since March.
The business was first opened specifi-
cally for installing fiberglass pools, so the
design center was established. Soon, how-
ever, it grew to include a separate neigh-
boring store that sells aboveground
pools, Cornerstone portable spas, treat-
ment chemicals and pool accessories.


PHOTO SPECIAL TO CLAY TODAY
One of Blue Hawaiian Fiberglass Pools many models are available through Hydra Stone Pools and Spas in Orange Park.


The aboveground pools range from
$1,800 to $14,000 in price. The spas range
from $4,000 to $15,000.
According to Brown, many people
who are in the process of picking out an


in-ground pool get an aboveground pool
while waiting.
"People usually like aboveground
pools because they're quick for the kids in
the summertime," Brown said.
In addition to aboveground pools and
accessories, complimentary services are
also available to customers at the store
such as free water testing and spa delivery.
"We sell many types of spas from your
basic model to what I like to refer to as,
the'Mac Daddy'," said Brown, referring to
the model with built-in television screens
that rise out of the spa's base and has a
floating remote control, which starts at
about $15,000.
Hydra Stone can evenhelp customers,
who already purchased an aboveground
pool or spa, custom-design an in-ground
pool or spa ahead of time incase they're
interested in getting one later.
Using a sophisticated software system, a
Hydra Stone.pool designer-will go out to a
perspective client's property and do a full-
scale, color design layout of the reconfig-
ured yard, including the new pool so that
they can see what things will look like,
They also take measurements of the
yard so as to pick out the right shaped
pool as well as assess the soil for clay and
stone content to make sure thatit can sup-
port the pool.


Hydra Stone also helps with the de-
signing from the ground up and allows
customers to contribute to customizing
the design to achieve the look they want.
Though he's worked on different
pools throughout the yearsJones still has
a great rapport with all of his clients.
"I've worked on about 300 pools in the
past three years so things do run together
a bit," saidJones, "but each job is different"
Steve Frederick, a contractor living in
Green Cove Springs, had a pool installed
by Hydra Stone in February.
"It's something I was thinking of doing
for a while...and they made the whole
thing really easy," Fredrick said.
"They're outstanding," added Freder-
ick, "and Steve is great. Everything he said
he'd do, he did. And I love the pool. In
fact, I was just in it today."
For Jones, there's no better way to be
rewarded than by words like this from a
client of his own.
"When you can build something for
someone for recreation and then you see
the joy they get out of it, that's gratifying."
There is no charge for design consul-
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What's a

single parent


to do?

By Kelly J. Stigliano, correspondent
ORANGE PARK-When single parents are
looking for support from other single par-
ents, they often turn to their churches for
direction.
It may take some time to find a pro-
gram, but there are some limited options
out there for Clay County residents.
While many churches offer Sunday
school classes, Bible studies and activities
for single people in general, few offer oc-
casions for single parents to gather to
share their hopes, dreams, ideas, struggles
and solutions.
People become single parents through
different avenues. A spouse has died, a
marriage has ended in divorce or a couple
decides to not get married in the first
place, immediately creating two single
parents. Whatever the cause, loneliness,
frustration and a feeling of isolation can
all move in and take their toll on not only
the adults in single-parent homes, but the
children, as well.
According to the Development Au-
thority Economic Development Council
of Clay County, 6.9 percent of our county's
homes are single-mother households.
That equals 3,455 residences.
Bestplaces.net says Orange Park has
8.69 percent single-mother households,
Green Cove Springs has 12.39 percent,
Middleburg has 10.80 percent and Key-
stone Heights has 11.17 percent. Anyway
you look at it, the need for a single-parent
support community exists.
Celebration Church's Orange Park
Campus on Kingsley Ave. offers a group
called S.PI.R.I.T. According to their leader,
former single parent Diana Hooker,
"S.PI.R.I.T. stands for Single Parents Inves-
Stigating Real Issues Together. The pur-
pose of this group . is to build
relationships and mentor each other in
our growing walk with God. This single
parenting group is just for Moms.
'The group provides Biblical answers to
what our role is as single parents and
women of Christ, but also a place for these
women to come together and know that
they are not the only ones that have gone
through these struggles and survived. The
small group setting allows all of us to share
openly on where we have been and where
we are going.
"We have women who have never been
married, those who have been divorced
for many years and those who are just
going through the divorce process. We dis-
cuss our walk with Christ and how to grow
closer with Him and we also talk about
, everyday needs that each of us face.
"We all agree that it is wonderful that
a Church like Celebration, not only ac-
knowledges single parents, but encour-
ages us to be a growing part of this
Church body."
Parents Without Partners Inc. (PWP)
is an international organization that
provides help in the way of discussions,
professional speakers, study groups,
publications and activities for families
and adults.
Although PWP is not a Christian or-
ganization, it is a forum to meet friends,
interact with other single parents and
gain information pertinent to single
parent families.
Membership is $35 per year. Partici-
pants can attend three events without ob-
taining a membership.
As with starting a branch of any organ-
Sization, it takes time and diligence.
The Clay County PWP dwindled due to
lack of event coordination. Anyone inter-
ested in reviving this worthy organization
should contact veteran PWP leader Mary
Ellen Hughes at (904) 284-6195. She will
gladly walk interested parties through the
start-up process.
SINGLE PARENT continued on page A-18


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Church sets open house
The Chaffee Road Church of Christ will hold a dedication ceremony and open house for its new facility at 2 p.m. Sunday,
June 11. Middleburg contractor Gary S. Bailey, who fulfilled a dream to build a church since his business established in 1986,
constructed the building. Minister Miles applauded Bailey's effort, saying he was "motivated to serve us and he went over
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Families focus of National Guard departure ceremony


By Tech. Sgt Michelle L.Thomas
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JACKSONVILLE -Approximately 200
soldiers from he Florida Arnny National
Guard said goodbye to friends, families
and employers over the weekend, and de-
parted for their mobilization station Mon-
day,June 5.
Soldiers from the 1/lllth Aviation Reg-
iment departed from Cecil Commerce
Center en route for Fort Sill, Okla., before
deploying overseas.
Sunday, June 4, family members,
friends and dignitaries said goodbye dur-
ing a mobilization and departure ceremo-
ny. Amid the tears and hugs were wishes of
a safe return and a noted declaration that
the Florida National Guard will aid those
left behind during these long separations.
Maj. Gen. Douglas Burnett, The Adjutant
General of the Florida National Guard
spoke briefly to the families and friends of
the departing soldiers. He noted that the
Florida Guard "has an excellent Family
Readiness program" and that the soldiers'
families will be looked after in their absence.
Soldiers like Sgt. Patrick Thomas will
depend on the lllth's Family Readiness of-
fice during his time overseas. Most family
readiness programs throughout the DoD
offer support for the families left behind.
Often, the family readiness coordinator
simply acts as a liaison on the family mem-
ber's behalf.
"Laura Laughman, our family readi-
ness coordinator, has been awesome," said


PHOTO SPECIAL TO CLAY TODAY
Family members watch as portions of the Florida National Guard take off from Cecil Field on Monday, June 5. About 200 soldiers
left over the weekend for training in Oklahoma before joining Operations Noble Eagle, Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom.


Thomas. "She prepared us for the deploy-
ment and has made this ceremony very
special."
Thomas, full-time operations troop at
Cecil Commerce Center, leaves behind a
wife and four children. This will be his
third time leaving his family behind for an
overseas deployment in support of Opera-
tion Iraqi Freedom.


Come Hear Dove Award Nominee


Walt Mills
Sharing in WORD and SONG

From March 1959 when Walt entered full-time -' i :
evangelistic work he has continued to travel through-
out the United States and foreign countries present- 4 :
ing the Good News. His popular television program i
"Revival's 1 The Land Today" has been seen by mil-
lions each week over the Trinity Broadcasting
Network as well as being heard on.world wide ,'
radio. Wall has recorded such great Gospel hits as -
"I've Got A Feeling" which was number one for
three months and remained on the charts for two . .
years. This song was also nominated for a Dove
Award. Other songs recorded by Walt that went on .':
to become Gospel favorites were "Heaven Will Be
My Home" "Where The Timbers Cross", "The. .
Devil's In The Phone Booth Dialing 911", "Holy
Spirit FLow Through Me", "I'm On My Way To
Heaven", "He Loves You", "Cast Your Care Upon
Him" and many'more. Numerous times over the
years his songs have been nominated for Dove
Awards.
Although these prestigious awards were given
to Walt as a country Gospel artist, his projects pres-
ent music in a style that reaches people of all ages -
from the toddler to those'in their senior years and all
in between. Regardless of your music preference,
you will find something in Walt Mills recordings that
will touch your heart. Come taste and see the Glory
of God and you will never be the same.


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Sunday, June 11th


Pastor Wendell A. Shaw

Pastor Mark Sellers
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The soldiers spent one last evening
with their families Sunday, then, early
Monday morning, the first series of
Blackhawk helicopters took off at around
9 a.m. for Fort Sill.
After abrief period of upgrade training
at Fort Sill, the unit and aircraft will depart
for. The 1st Battalion of the 111th will fly
UH-6CO Blackhawk helicopters for general

SINGLE PARENT fr-n p t A-17
Several churichles host a program
Ltlled DivorceC.tre which offei s sup-
port fnor both men and women, with or
without children. A 13-%,eek program
u ilizing booksand ide,%i .s, it is ftori eer \-
nle Uihether voti ai e sel-arated with djie
goal ot reconciliatioIn Cil have been idi-
(l cer'd fr T i iii\ v ears
Rdge Baptisc l.n the .or-
RjiielMOA:d B.tfpiis[ lhiiurJI..>n11 thecoi-
iL c-f Blauinrii ng Bli.a ri_:,nCollet At-_~ tf-
fe's Di\,r .e1_.are'-"' eetv \ Tut-es l i\ i ghti L
Led h1 \ D .F i Fre Fois' llr. thi, t-gr. ll
sc.-,s one .i\ elhrr arsfmihl. \ ilhgirs. wcl-
c,-,nin~r neu coaeti s hio .lic told '"Tilns
is thel plai.: thc( can ,:,pen ip," Ft,- s\ the
saidl. "Ott imeinil:,-senij..i lamilh acum i-
ti'.s tc'.g ttiler routsiLIe o}f tl1_ gr,.ii iip. too..
\\V. met con T esdav e\ enrngs at :3i a nd
mib-er i at frei toe c coite nid o as
needed. \W- ha\1:-ji.sts wo fIIC ilnitjrI
group coni identJialitv and we don't
judge each o(her."
Foti s~ he hisa iPh.D.in Marriageand
Family Christian Counseling. He him-
self hasexperienceddi:irceand can me-
latt to the u mibersi in this group. He
has led DivorceCare,'Q at Ridgewood
Baptist lor the past fom v\c:ua. For more


aviation support as well as medical support
and will bejoined by members of the Puer-
to Rico Army National Guard and the
Arkansas Army National Guard.
The Florida National guard currently
has more than 3,000 Army and approxi-
mately 400 Air Force serving on federal ac-
tive duty for Operations Noble Eagle,
Enduring Fretdom nInd a i aq i Freedom.

idifo:mnation.cal l t tbchu chat 272-3791.
Glace Chturch. pese~ndv meeting for
Sunday morning seri ices in the Orange
Park High School on Kingsley Ave.. offei s
Di\ orceCai e, and h opes to begin a Di-
vorteCare for Kids (DC4KE) soon.
DC4K.:I'isaspecial gr oup to helpchildren
recover froli nhdie hurt of divorce. Grace
Churchh, phone nuiiiber is298-:998.
First Bapii.st Chi trch on Kingslve A\ e.
of ltrs DvorL-eCa ire' a:nd periiodicall
offl s IDC4K',.. Thei- phoii uuntnber is
2. 4-2351
Ora nge Park single mom. Ca oh in
Pratt ttoiind a unique irotip ltha:t mlets
lier ineedI, Cie t ied comiliselolr ffoin
The Qlli -l\ House, hold Inetngs oi
\\Wdincsrl;i\ nig hlstL .i7m intithI As1hun\'
'iilted Mlethoidist C.iiihuh oitn the cor ner
io Blaindrili gBoulle\vard and College Av-
.Il IE. Thec i reting; are foti oime il who
hla e ct nei uotit f or are still in ibu sive or
higlh-iisk relationships.
"It'sreall hbeens vei roodr" Pratt said.
"We can talk about anything. It' the
Ibiggst help for m1: I get so mni ch sup-
port. I filyl people going through the
.tnei tilings. Its been very helpfuL"
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Consolidation closes NAS Jax weather facility


By AG1(SW) Kimberly Linsley
JaxA irNvews

NASJACKSONVILLE Naval Atlantic
Meteorology and Oceanography Facility
(NAVLANTMETOCFAC)Jacksonville was
disestablished during aJune 1 ceremony at
the TVQPavilion.
The 41-year- old NASJax tenant com-
mand closed due to the consolidation of
naval aviation support functions by the
Naval Meteorology and Oceanography
Command.
The facility has provided meteorologi-
cal observations and forecasts, oceano-
graphic products, and hurricane condition
of readiness support for more than 40
years. Its roots can be traced back to 1943,
when the Fleet Weather Facility, Miami,
provided forecasting services for the East-
ern seaboard and Atlantic Ocean. In De-
cember 1964, the military weather office
was relocated toJacksonville. In 1967, the
facility was established as a shore com-
mand, the Fleet Weather Facility, Jack-
sonville, within the integrated Fleet
Weather Central System.
During the ensuing decades, various
command name and operational changes
occurred as meteorological and oceano-
graphic services evolved. In 1972, the facil-
ity was renamed the Naval Weather Service
Facility. In 1979, community reorganiza-
tion that included a stronger oceano-
graphic focus changed the command
name to Naval Oceanography Command
Facility. In 1991, the Mobile Environmental
Team (MET) department was established,
adding a type two sea-going mission to the
facility. By 1993, the importance of weath-
er effecting oceanographic conditions was
reemphasized with the final name change.
As an echelon four command under
Naval Atlantic Meteorology and Oceanog-
raphy Center, Norfolk, NAVLANT-
METOCFAC was given operational and
administrative control of echelon five de-
tachments within the Atlantic Region pro-
viding primarily aviation and airfield
meteorology support to naval air stations.
Duringmostof thelast 5 years, 11 EastCoast
detachments fromKeflavik, Icelandto Roo-
sevelt Roads, Puerto Rico reported to the
command. During the last two years, the
.riumber of subordinate detachments
reached a high of 22 detachments as all con-
tinentalUS.aviationweather functions were


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aligned under NAVLANTMETOCFAC
during tour reorganization and consolida-
tion. A total of 29 detachments and depart-
ments received administration, budget,
network, equipment, and operational sup-
port from the 50 military and civilian mem-
bers of theJacksonville facility.
NAVLANTMETOCFAC Sailors have
recorded and transmitted over half a mil-
lion weather observations, produced more
than 190,000 airfield weather warnings,
and provided over 650,000 flight route
weather forecasts during the last 41 years.
At sea, Sailors assigned to the MET spent
more than 21;000 days at sea, providing me-
teorological and oceanographic (METOC)
support for ships, squadrons, and em-
barked staffs operating in the Atlantic,
Caribbean, Mediterranean, and Arabian
Gulf regions. NAVLANTMETOCFAC
Sailors also provided tropical cyclone sup-
port to Commander, Navy Region South-
east and local commands for 462 named
tropical systems that occurred within the
Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico.
Over the past four years, NAVLANT-
METOCFAC Sailors have pioneered the
sub-regional forecasting concept of oper-
ations, leveraging new technologies, in-
cluding the Internet, to support naval


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tions. Because of their efforts, CONUS-
wide flight forecasting operations are now
being conducted at the Naval Aviation
Forecasting Center (NAFC) Norfolk, Va.


Using the flight weather briefer operat-
ed by NAFC, Department of Defense
and allied aviators request and receive
tailored flight route weather briefs using
Web-based technology. One central hub
provides 24/7 flight route weather
briefs, forecasts, and warnings for 22 air-
fields in the U.S. Pilots may also access
the NAFC forecasters via 1-888-PI-
LOTWX (1-888-745-6899) for additional
information or clarification of particu-
larly active weather patterns.
With the closure of NAVLANT-
METOCFAC, two supporting METOC ac-
tivities will remain at NASJacksonville to
provide support to the fleet. The Naval
Oceanography Antisubmarine Warfare
(ASW) Detachment (NOAD)Jacksonville
has the mission of providing METOC sup-
portfor ASW operations. The detachment,
led by Officer-in-Charge Lt. Andrew Miller,
along with a staff of aerographer's mates,
sonar technicians, and aviation warfare sys-
tems operators, will provide both shore-
based and underway support to the ASW
community in the tri-base area. The Naval
Aviation ForecastComponentJacksonville,
a subordinate activity of NAFC, will pro-
vide airfield observation support and local
NAFC coordination for NASJacksonville.
AGC(AW/SW)Jamie Brouillette will serve
as chief petty officer in charge.


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NAS Jax Outdoor Pool opens for business


By Kaylee LaRocque
JaxAr ir, N ws

NASJACKSONVILLE With tempera-
tures in the mid-90s and not a cloud in the
sky, many people found themselves taking
the plunge this weekend in almost any ac-
cessible body of water. On Saturday, hun-
dreds of swimmers enjoyed the grand
opening of the NASJax Morale, Welfare
and Recreation's (MWR) Outdoor Pool.
Little did they know that the night be-
fore staff members were scrambling to
guarantee every little detail was taken care
of to ensure a successful first day. "We've
been working a lot of late hours to get this
pool up and running. It's been hard but
everyone pulled together and we are open
for business," said Aquatics Director
Meredith Blocker.
"It's a little challenging running both
the indoor and outdoor pool. We've had to
hire new staff members and get them
trained. Right now we have 23 lifeguards
and plan to hire more. We also need quali-
fied water swim instructors to teach the
swimming classes and recreation aides to
work the front desk and snack bar."
The outdoor pool was recently com-
pletely refurbished and features numer-
ous upgrades. "The pool has new light blue
marcite, dark blue tile trim, lane and depth
markers, the deck and waterslide ladder



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Welfare and Recreation Outdoor Pool facility, which remains open until early August.


have been repainted and the kiddie pool
has been refurbished to match the big
pool. We've also added $25,000 worth of
new furniture chairs, tables, umbrellas,
lifeguard stands and safety equipment,"
added Blocker.
Many families came out Saturday to
spend some quality time enjoying the
"new" pool.
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can. It's a really nice environment."
"This is my first time here and it's very
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old Dannielle Goodwin, who was at the
outdoor pool Saturday for the first time
with her friend, Donna Defeo. "I've been
coming to this pool since Iwas a little kid. I
learned to swim here. It's really fun to be
here," added Defeo.


While many people come here for the
recreational swimming, swim lessons and
other classes are also available. A special
sign-up session for swim lessons was held
May 20 and although many of the classes
are full, there are still a few spaces left. "We
had 123 people sign up for lessons that day
for the early sessions. We'll start swim les-
sons in early June and will be offering
them throughout the summer. We plan to
hold another sign-up sessionJuly 1 for the
late summer sessions," explained Blocker.
"We also plan to offer water aerobics here
as soon as we hire another instructor."
The outdoor pool is open Tuesday
through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. and
Sunday from 1-5 p.m. for recreational
swimming. Lap swimming is available any
time the pool is open. The cost to use the
pool for recreation swim is $2 for active
duty, reservists, retirees and family mem-
bers. Civilian employees and guests are $3.
Children under six are free
Patrons can also rent the pool for semi-
private parties during normal operating
hours or for private parties from 6-9 p.m.
for a fee.
The outdoor pool will remain open
weekly until early August. It will then be
open weekends only through Sept. 4. For
more information on any of the programs
offered or to make reservations for pool
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ARRESTS


The Clay County Sheriffs Office made the
following a rests May 3 -June 6:
Acres, Tony, 36,. petit theft,
obscene/threatening phone calls
Anderson, Demetrius, 25, driving
while license is suspended or revoked
Boucher-Stein, Cherrise, 36, poss. of
controlled substance
Brannen,Jessie, 37, driving while li-
cense is suspended or revoked
Breeding, Christopher, 28, driving
while license is suspended or revoked,
Brooks, Regina, 30, writ of attachment
Brown, Angelique, 22, worthless
check/draft/debit card
Brown, Bruce, 49, aggravated battery
Burke, Kyle, 18, criminal mischief
Burkett,James, 35, domestic battery
Burnette, Troy, 36, petit theft
Cabrera-Lopez, Ulises, 34, aggravated
assault, armed burglary to occupied
dwelling
Calhoun,Jack, 39, contempt of court
Christopher, Marion, 41, false state-
ment/representation
Daugherty,Joanne, 20, trespassing on
structure or conveyance
Davis, Patrick, 41, aggravated battery
with deadly weapon
Duncan, Paul, 42, worthless check
Gray, Ahmad, 25, domestic battery
Hill, Harold, 22, tampering with evidence
Hupp, Travis, 26, driving while license
is suspended or revoked, resist/obstruct/
oppose of an officer
Jackson,Jai, 27, contempt of court
Justice, David, 40, contempt of court
Klemm, Craig, 19, battery
Lee, Erica, 24, no valid driver's license
Orbe, Mark, 35, poss. of a narcotic,
tampering with physical fabricate
Pierre, Marie, 18, child neglect'
Portillo-Rodriguez, Alex, 22, no valid
driver's license
Potter, Brian, 29, worthless
check/draft/debit card
Ratliff, Matthew, 18, criminal mischief
SRyain,Je ttf e'. 1l.poss. of controlled-
substance
SmithMark, 25, lewd/lascivious han-
dling/fondling
Tacinelli, Gary, 32, driving while li-
cense is suspended or revoked
Westgate, Wayne, 30, petit theft
Whitener, Bridggett, 26, fraud- insuf-
ficient funds
\\bolet,) Bryan, 18, worthless
check/draft/debit card, concealed elec-
tric weapon
Barber,Jesse, 45, worthless check
Baswell, Christopher, 29, violation of in-
junction for protection, false police report
Brown, Christopher, 30, driving while
license is suspended or revoked
Burnsed, William, 41, worthless checks
Cherry,Jesse, 52, worthless checks
Dedmon, Patricia, 40, child abuse
Dillard, Paul, 18, unarmed burglary to
auto, burglary to occupied, grand theft,
petit theft
Dresselhaus, Dustin, 18, burglary to oc-


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cupied, unarmed burglary to auto, grand
theft, petit theft
Enero, Bilivfo, 35, no driver's license,
attached tag not assigned
Johnson, Chadwick, 28, aggravated
battery on pregnant woman
Loredo, Ismael, 23, no valid driver'slicense
Mchale, Cheryl, 61, worthless
check/draft/debit card
Pippin, Mark, 21, robbery
Salsbury, Robert, 25, driving while li-
cense is suspended or revoked
Santora, Antonio, 31, driving while li-
cense is suspended or revoked
Santos, Gerogianna, 29, driving while
license is suspended or revoked
Sapp, William, 22, domestic battery
Shelley, Ike, 33, failure to appear on bail
Solomon, Arthur, 18, child abuse
Taylor, Darlene, 45, aggravated battery
Wagner,Jared, 31, writ of attachment
Weeks, Vivian, 39, obtaining con-
trolled substance by fraud
Wheatt, Robert, 26, poss. of drug para-
phernalia, poss. of cocaine
Wilder, Ryan, 24, simple domestic battery
Wingate, Thomas, 49, leaving the
scene of an accident
Allen,Jason, 30, DUI with damage to
person/property
Clewis, Dewayne, 19, trespassing on
structure or conveyance
Davis, April, 26, affray
Denison, Victor, 41, aggravated do-
mestic assault
EdenfieldJohn, 29, grand theft, deal-
ing in stolen property,
Ledee,Jeffrey, 42, DUI
Lewis, Andrew, 57 driving while li-
cense is suspended or revoked
Lunsford,James, 36, traffic offender
while driving
Lurie,Jay, 39, poss. of controlled sub-
stance
Mallard, Amanda, 19, trespassing on
structure or conveyance.
Perez, Iver, 23, DUI, no valid driver's li-
cense
Rivera, Blaine, 41, failure to appear
Santillo, Robert, 27, criininalmischief
Tillman, Rosina, 30, affray ..
.Torres, Osman, 21, no valid driver's li-
cense
Torres, Victoria, 53, DUI .
Truett,Jim, 45, domesticbattery, poss.
of less than 20 grams of cannabis
Wardlow, Lonetta, 46, DUI
White, Alisha, 18, trespassing on struc-
ture ot conveyance
Aiola, Stacey, 30, domestic battery
Baca, Travis, 28, disorderly intoxication
Craig,John, 36, simple domestic bat-
tery
Hayman, Pamela, 36, aggravated do-
mestic assault
Hernandez, Fransisco, 40, no valid dri-
ver's license


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Hjerpe,Jeremy, 29, grand theft auto
Izquierdo, Elizabeth, 26, domestic
battery
Mullady, Daniel, 19, DUI
Robbins, Shawn, 34, driving while li-
cense is suspended or revoked
Warren,Joseph, 22, criminal mischief
Whitfield,James, 22, driving while li-
cense is suspended or revoked
Wise, Robert, 39, DUI, driving while li-
cense is suspended or revoked
Bodary, Craig, 57, criminal mischief,
simple battery
Duran, Ricardo, 21, capital sexual
battery
Gebremedhin, Yirgalem, 20, poss. of
more than 20 grams of marijuana
Greene, Wayne, 37, no valid driver's li-
cense, poss. of drug paraphernalia, poss.
of alcohol in public
Hamilton, Anthony, 21, poss. of more
than 20 grams of marijuana, driving
while license is suspended or revoked
Horwath, Paul, 31, driving while li-
cense is suspended or revoked
Moore, Vickie, 46, failure to ensure
child attendance in school
Palmquist, Harry, 39, driving while li-
cense is suspended or revoked, obstruct
by disguised person
Ring, George, 22, indirect criminal
contempt for resisting
Robinson, Antwan, 22, contempt of
court .
Rogers, Sierra, 20, worthless check
Sholes, Michael, 21, battery
Smith, Christina, 28,DUI
Szczebak, Zachary, 21, DUI
Thomas, Terry, 47, driving while li-
cense is suspended or revoked
Tower, Taylor, 19,domestic battery
Velleca, Robert, 35, poss. of drug para-
phernalia
Williams.Ja mes.21, c ontem p of co urt
Williams. Laquanda. 19. poss. of coca hie
Wooten, Kacy, 26, criminal mischief
Anderson, Franklin. 28. simple bat-


tery, criminal mischief, resist/ob-
struct/oppose of an officer
Bower, William, 45, criminal use of
personal ID information
Brinson, Sophia, 23, leaving the scene
with injury, reckless driving, leaving acci-
dent with property damage
Burch, Dennis, 34, petit theft
Burkett,James, 35, domestic battery
Cabrera-Lopez, Ulises, 34, armed bur-
glary to occupied, aggravated assault
Davis, Patrick, 41, driving while license
is suspended or revoked
Geise, Russell, 42, writ of attachment
Hall, Bartlett, 30, poss. of cocaine, poss.
of less than 20 grams of marijuana
Hanke, Nichole, 33, worthless check,
worthless check/draft/debit card
Hastings, Gary, 29, violation of game.
and fish rules, failure to appear on bail
Johnson, Teri, 44, grand theft auto,
flee/attempt to elude
Kirkland, Christopher, 25, criminal
mischief
Mitchell, Maury, 24, poss. of less than
20 grams of marijuana
Mosley, Alice, 42, simple battery
Pelletier, Briana, 23,no valid driver's li-
cense
Sanders, Danylle, 28, violation of pro-
bation
Steeples, Michael, 23, dealing in stolen
property
Surak, Robert, 43, indecent exposure
in public
Antonucci, Donald, 39, burglary to
motor vehicle
Cavender, Susan, 28, uttering
Davis, Sherry, 33, simple battery
Gomez, Alejandro, 31, no valid driver's
license
Hodge,Jason, 24, delivering less than
20 grams of cannabis
Markwith, Ryan, 20, driving while li-
cense is suspended or revoked
Mccaskill, Frederick, 46, indirect crim-
inal contempt
Muillis.Ja mes, 52, violation of injunc-
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LINDA LOU CLARK
Mrs. Linda Lou Clark (Jones), born
Feb. 7,1944, in Charleston W.V, a gradu-
ate of Stonewall and married to John
Clark (Charleston Catholic) for 44 years
passed away on Monday, May 30,2006, in
Orange Park, Fla. She and her husband
were longtime employees of Shoney's Inc.
She is, survived by her 4 children, Carrie
Clark-Mills (John),John, Greg and Dawn
Clark and 2 grandchildren, Chase and
Savannah Mills. She is also survived by
her 5 sisters- Betty Bradley (Lehigh Acres,
FL),Joann Mentzel (OP), Carolyn Speck-
man (Villages, FL), Shelia Clinton
(Roswell, GA), Pamela Little (Jax) and her
brother PaulJones (Las Vegas) She is pre-
deceased by her mother Odessa Bell
Grass and her father Shelby Theodore
S Jones, as well as her brothers Robert
Jones and William Jones. A Mass of
Christian Burial was celebrated Friday,
June 2, at Sacred Heart Catholic Church
in Green Cove Springs. The family asks
that in lieu of flowers that donations be,
made to the American Heart Assoc in her
name at P.O. Box 21475, St. Petersburg,
FL, 33742. Arrangements by Quinn-
Shalz, A Family Funeral Home, 3600 3rd
St. S,Jax Beach, FL.


FRANCES G. HARVATH
Mrs. Frances G. Harvath, 60, of Middle-
burg, Fla., passed away May 31,2006. Born on
August 22,1945, in Florence, SC, she was are-
tired registered nurse and enjoyed crochet-
ing. She was a member of First Baptist
Church of Middleburg and is survived by
her sisters, Anna R. Griffin of Middleburg
and Mary Pat Griffin of Tarpon Springs, FL.
Services were held Friday,June 2, at Peoria
Cemetery with Dr. CAlan Floyd officiating.
Arrangements by Broadus-Raines & Pons
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Moosehaven Life Care Center. He was
born to Herbert & Margaret (Wagner)
Cohen onJanuary 28,1928, in South Bend,
Indiana and became affiliated with the
Loyal Order of Moose when he joined
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19,1994, where he resided for 12 years. He
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SSkokie, Illinois. Services were held Monday,
June 5, in the Moosehaven Chapel and
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THOMAS PATRICK MCGINNIS
Mr. Thomas Patrick McGinnis, Cap-
tain, United States Navy (Retired), passed
away peacefully on May 29,2006. Born
July 21, 1926, in Columbus, Ohio, he
graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy
in 1949, later receiving a Masters of In-
ternational Relations from George
Washington University. A carrier fighter
pilot, he served in both Korean and Viet-
nam wars and was honored for his actions
in those wars and his following career
with 10 air medals, 2 Distinguished Flying
Crosses, and a Legion of Merit. He re-
tired as commanding officer of Whiting
Field, Milton, Fla., in 1975. Survivors in-
clude his wife, Mary McGinnis, his
brother,John McGinnis of Pa. He was
laid to rest Friday,June 2, atJacksonville
Memory Gardens in Orange Park.
Arrangements by Hardage-Giddens
Rivermead Funeral Home, Orange Park.

TIMOTHY DANIEL CARROLL
A Celebration of Life for Mr. Timothy
Daniel Carroll, 49, who went to be with
the Lord onJune 1, 2006, was held Tues-
day,June 6, at St. Luke's Catholic Church,
Middleburg, Fla., with Fr. Edward K.
Rooney as celebrant. He was a beloved
husband, father & friend to those who
will carry on his memory. A devoted wife
of 25 years, Mariann C., 3 children,
daughter, Ann-Marie and 2 sons,Jason
and Matthew., A loving mother, Mary W.
Bates (M.A. Bates); father,Johnnie Car-
roll; father-in-law, Nicholas Schheider
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Jacksonville and resided in Middleburg
for 25 years. He loved to hunt & fish and
most of all he loved to help others and
now he will continue to do this from a dis-
tance. In lieu of flowers, memorial con-
tributions in his name may be made to St.
Luke's Catholic Church, 1606 Blanding
Blvd., Middleburg, Fla., 32068. Arrange-
ments by Broadus-Raines & Pons Family
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MICHAEL R. REYNA
Lieutenant Michael R.
Reyna, 26, passed away on
Friday,June 2,2006, after a
brief illness. He lived in the
Jacksonville area. He excelled at his ca-
reer as an accomplished pilot in the Unit-
ed States Air Force. He is, survived by his
loving family. He will be greatly missed
by his family and friends.

JEANNE H. HARDY
Mrs.Jeanne H. Hardy, December 25,
1940 June 2, 2006. She
never once gave up
the fight and we are
all very proud to
have been able to
be loved by her.
Unconditional
love is the only
thing ever prom-
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Point High School and
graduated in 1956. After high school, she
completed studies at the Baltimore
school of accounting as well as the Uni-
versity of Maryland. She held her class a
general contractors license, was a certi-
fied project manager as well as a contract
specialist. One of her early opportunities
took her to Hollywood, Ca. where she was
the lead accountant for a Baltimore, Md.,
Film production companies. Her vast
work experience allowed her to reside in

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Dennis Lowe, 49,
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to appear-felony violation of parole- grand theft auto fraud
driving while license witness tampering
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Census finds more Americans marrying older [


Special to Clay Today
WASHINGTON- Recent numbers from
the U.S. Census Bureau indicate that
Americans are getting married later in
lives in comparison to earlier in history.
Last year's median age of first-time-mar-
ried men was 27.1 years old and for women,
25.8 years -up from 23.2 and 20.8 years, re-
spectively, 25 years earlier, according to
new information on America's families
and households that was released recently
by the U.S. Census Bureau.
-According to Families and Living
Arrangements, in 2005, the proportion


of households consisting of one person
living alone increased from 17 percent in
1970 to 26 percent in 2005. In 2005, 10
percent of the nation's households con-
tained five or more people, down from
21 percent in 1970.
During the same time period, average
,household size declined from 3.14 to 2.57
people.
The tabulations also show 67 percent of
the nation's 73.5 million children under 18
lived with two married parents in 2005.
About 20.7 million children under 18 lived
with one parent; 17.2 million with their
mother and 3.5 million with their father.


Windle Hutchinson, Benjamin Lowe, 43,
51, burglary to auto grand theft


Colby Willett, 26,
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Sheila Mclaurin, 43,
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Beseler seeks budget hike


to cover more deputies


Clay Today staff

GREEN COVE SPRINGS Sheriff
Rick Beseler is asking Clay County
Commissioners for an 11 percent in-
crease in funding next fiscal year to
cover the cost of more deputies and
equipment.
The proposed Sheriff's Office
budget for the next fiscal here, which
begins in October, is $40,986,458, Be-
seler said in a news release. The
amount represents an additional
$4,125,992 over 2005-06.
Overall, the additional funding is
needed to meet the current needs of
the agency, specifically, increases in the
cost of doing business, i.e. gasoline,jail
food, mandatory retirement contribu-
tion, and payroll (cost of living and per-
formance) increases, Beseler said.


Additional funding is also requested
to meet new agency/community
needs; 25 new deputies and eleven new
civilian staff positions, aging vehicle re-
placement, microwave radio system re-
placement and system improvements.
This roughly $4 million in addi-
tional funding is split equally between
these two needs, current and new.
Beseler said he feels very strongly
that additional manpower is necessary
to meet the growing needs of Clay
County's population, increasing calls
for service from the public and the re-
lated rising crime rate. This proposed
budget reflects these issues.
"We need to take care of our resi-
dents and we need to take care of our
valuable agency members," Beseler
said. "This budget request allows us to
do that," he said.


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POLICE BRIEFS from page A-1


Residents on streets including Char-
wood Court, Bottomridge Drive, Sandle-
wood Circle, Harrison Avenue, Harbor Lake
Drive, Roseberry Court, Pond Spring Way,
Belle Grove Terrace, Fairway Ridge Drive,
Covington Lane and-Willow Green Drive all
reported having shattered windows.
Residents on Willow Green Drive told
police they saw an older model white pick-
up truck stop in the area and shoot out the
back windows of two SUVs, the report says.
Police followed along the path of the
suspect vehicle and found four other car
windows had been shot out, the report says.

Mall purse snatcher in jail cell
ORANGE PARK A man that police
say knocked down an 82-year-old woman
and stole her purse is now in jail.
Greg Foster is currently in the Duval
Countyjail on a fraud charge, according to
the Clay County Sheriff's Office, but is also
being held on a strong arm robbery war-
rant in Clay County.
Foster is accused of knocking down
Mary Schott ofJacksonville as she was en-
tering the mall about 5 p.m. May 30. The
man, who was standing near the entrance
talking on a cell phone, suddenly ran to-
ward the woman and grabbed her purse.
The woman fell to the ground and suf-
fered cuts to her shoulder, elbow and knee,


according to a Sheriff's Office incident re-
port. A bystander heard the woman yell
and called police.
Police began looking for Foster after he
allegedly attempted to use one of the
woman's credit cards on Jacksonville's
Westside, Sheriff's Office spokesperson
MaryJustino said, and "that led detectives
to the suspect's apartment and car."
Justino said Schott is recovering well
from her injuries. Detectives were able to
recover her stolen purse and belongings.

'Freak accident' kills man
ORANGE PARK Police are calling
the Thursday,June 1, death of an elderly
man at an Orange Park ATM a freak ac-
cid'ent.
The body of 63-year-old Willard Dal-
hite was found pinned between the door
of his pickup truck and the Bank of
America ATM at corner of Blanding
Boulevard and Wells Road, the Clay
County Sheriff's Office said.
Dalhite, who was physically handi-
capped, may have dropped his receipt
after using the ATM in the drive-thru
lane and became unable to free himself
when he reached down to retrieve it and
the truck moved forward, the Sheriff's
Office said.
Police speculated he may have suffo-
cated or suffered a heart attack once he
became caught.


House party charge filed
ORANGE PARK Police have cited an
Orange Park teen that they say was hosting
a house party last week when a 17-year-old
partygoer was run over by a truck.
The misdemeanor charge was filed
against the teen, who is not being identi-
fied because of his age, for hosting the May
27 party in the 300 block ofJanell Drive,
the Clay County Sheriff's Office said.
The 17-year-old victim was walking with
three other people about a block from the
party when one of the three decided to
steal a car. When the victim stood in the
road to block the vehicle, police say the
driver accelerated, knocking him down
and dragging him down the street. The
driver then backed up over him, the police
said. The victim suffered cuts and broken
bones but is expected to recover.
Christopher Summerford, 18,is charged
with grand theft auto, according to an ar-
rest report.
Thel7-year-old teen charged with host-
ing the open house party told police he in-
vited about 30 friends, many of them
underage, to drink alcohol while his par-
ents were out of the country.

Murder suspect dies
GREEN COVE SPRINGS Joel Jack
Craven, who was fatally shot May 31 by a
Green Cove Springs near the Shands Bridge,
was wanted in Baxley, Ga.,in connectionwith


a triple homicide, authorities said.
Craven, 32, died at Orange Park Med-
ical Center after being shot by Sgt.John
Jenner, a 22-year veteran of the police
department.Jenner has been placed on
administrative leave while the Florida
Department of Law Enforcement re-
views the shooting, Police Chief Robert
Musco said.
Police said the incident began shortly
after 10 a.m. when officers were called to
Pon's Family Restaurant on Orange Av-
enue and told Craven had just left the
restaurant Officers located Craven's car on
U.S. 17 and attempted to stop him but he
fled, turning onto State Route 16 before
stopping at the foot of the Shands Bridge,
police said.
He got out of his vehicle brandishing a
rifle, police said. 'After being ordered sev-
eral times to drop the weapon, the suspect
pointed the rifle at officers and was shot...
," the report says.
Musco said the results of the completed
FDLE's investigation would be turned over
to the State Attorney's Off ice for review.

County extends burn ban
GREEN COVE SPRINGS Clay
County Fire Rescue officials have ex-
tended the residential burn ban until-
Wednesday, June .14. Despite recent
rains, conditions still remain very favor-
able for wildfires.


OBITUARIES from page A-22


many of our states as her vocation re-
quired. Her parents wereJean Harris (an
opera singer) and Peter Filadora (concert
pianist). She (momason) moved to Flori-
da in 1998, with her husband Robert
Hardy Sr., also a Class A general contrac-
tor whom is employed by Construction
Enterprises, Inc/of Nashville, Tenn. She
was, preceded by a grandson David Allan
DesjardinJr. of Burlington Vermont in
August 2003 as well as her only daughter,
LynnelleJean of Sarasota, Fla., in Sep-
tember 2003. We are all taking comfort
in knowing that Mom is with Lynn and
Little David. She is, survived by her loving
husband Robert W Hardy Sr. of Orange
Park. Mr. & Mrs. Charles Hutchinson,
Harmony Fla., Mr.Joseph Hutchinson of
North Port Fl. and Mr. Robert W Hardy
Jr. of Orange Park. She also is survived by
4 grand children, Shannon Marie of
Burlington Vermont,Jessie and Amber
Rose Hutchinson of Harmony, Fla., and
PatrickJoseph Hardy of Orange Park.
She also has 6 great granddaughter, De-
sire Desjardin of West Palm Beach, Fla.,
Kelsey,Jocelyn, Ashly, Richard Jr. and
Alex Grant, all of Burlington, VT. Bob
andJean have lived and exciting venture
together which included owning and op-
erating several restaurants in Burlington,
Vt, in the early 80s as well as owning and
operating their own construction com-
pany. In her retired years, she worked to
establish many ways of providing assis-
tance to the disability community as well
as providing funding for different chari-
ties. She lived for her family and to help
others. Mom was laid to rest on Wednes-
day, June 6, at 10 a.m. with a graveside
service at Magnolia Cemetery, Orange
Park, with the Rev. Tim Hall officiating.
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CHRISTOPHER RICHTER
Mr. Christopher Riehter, .
58, Orange Park, passed
away Tuesday, May 30,2006.
He was a native of Los An- -
geles, California coming to
Orange Park in 1996. He was
the son of Arthur Richter and Sylvia
Kendall. He was retired from the U.S.
Navy after serving 26 Honorable years.
He was a member of Middleburg Amer-
ican Legion #250 anid a past president of
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FRA Branch #91, also a Life member of
Middleburg Moose #2410 and VFW
#8255. He is survived by his daughterJen-
nifer Barksdale, Hattiesburg, MS; sister
Suzanne Deistchle, Orange Park., broth-
ers Todd Richter, Orange Park, andJeff
Alden, Redondo Beach, CA., 3 nephews
and 2 nieces. A memorial was held Sun-
day,June 4,2006, at the Fleet Reserve As-
sociation Branch #91 in Jacksonville.
Arrangements by Broadus-Raines &
Pons Family Funeral Home, Green Cove
Springs. In lieu of flowers, donations may
be made to Community Hospice or
American Cancer Society.


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The REV. JAMES STANTON
-The Rev. James Stan- .
ton, 81, departed this life at
the Penny Retirement
Community in Penny
Farms, FL. He was born
December 27, 1924, in


Newark, NJ, to James M. and Sadie H.
Conover graduated from Brown Uni-
versity in Providence, RI, and Andover
Newton Theological Seminary in New-
ton Center, MA. He enlisted in the navy
at the age of 17. He married Irene Mc-
Dowell, June 12, 1948. Irene survives.
They were married in Needham, MA,
where he served as a youth director. He
served as a youth director in Lynn, MA.
They have 2 children, Pamela Ann
Hawk of Richland, MI and Stanton
Kendall (Karan) of East Haddam; CT.
Grandchildren; Katherine Lorraine
Conover, Sarah Ferrill Hawk, Elizabeth
Clark Hawk, Deborah Conover Hawk,
Erica Lyle Conover, and Stanton
Kendall Conover. He was, preceded in
death by his sisterEleanor S. Conover.
He was a member of the Odd Fellows,
Rebekah, and the Masonic Lodge Man-
chester #73, Freindship 148. For 50
years he was a member of Kiwanis. His
pastorates were at the West Shore Bap-
tist Church in Rocky River, Ohio, Asy-
lum Avenue Baptist Church in
Hartford, CT, and the Bolton United
Church of Christ in Bolton, CT. He
served on the American Red Cross
Committee in Manchester, CT, and


Belleville, IL. He owned and operated
the Atlantic View Inn in Ocean Park,
ME in the summer monthsfor 20 years.
In Ocean Park, ME, he served on the
Board of Directors for the Ocean Park
Assoc. Arrangements by Broadus-
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BRADLEY S. 'HOPPY' HOPKINS
Mr. Bradley S.'Hoppy' Hopkins 71,
passed away on June 2, 2006, in Way-
cross, GA. He was born inJacksonville,
Fla., and is survived by his daughter,
Donna Caviness; 3 brothers: Charles
andJack Hopkins David Avery; sister,
AliceJanie Tilly; 5 grandchildren and 1
great grandchild. Funeral services were
held Wednesday, June 7, at Holly Hill
Funeral Home Middleburg with Pastor
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GCS electric still demands limelight time


By Bob Henderson, Staff


GREEN COVE SPRINGS lh Green
(ove Springs electrical system continues
to be a iiIajor concern to lie city councill


and the subject of much discussion.
At its Tuesday, June 6, meeting, the
co ncil discussed a pending rate study by
Jones. Edlmnds and Associates (EA ).
Sevci al issues surfaced and submerged
again as discussion proceeded.


The study initially commissioned to
JEA was to take a look at the city's electric
rates and return with reconimmnndations
for adjustment. But, in light of tlhe city's
failure to exit from the Florida M municipal
Power Association (FMPA) and its reluc-


STAFF PHOTO BY BOB HENDERSON
Green Cove Springs Mayor Debbie Ricks, third from left, presents a plaque of appreciation to Janiece Buzby as City Manager Don
Bowles, left, Vice-mayor John Buchanan and Councilmen Bob Page and Matt Tinney look on. Buzby was recognized for her efforts
in support of the recent RiverFest.


tant decision to keep and operate the sys-
teni, it became apparent that some capi-
tal improvements would 1he necessary.
"We have committed ourselves to
being a good little electric company,"
Councilman Bob Page said.
The council decided that a system
study would be necessary to accompany
the rate study and that future capital
needs would have to be factored into fu-
ture rates.
In relation to the electrical system, the
council also discussed "hardening" the
system to cope with future tropical
storms. In some areas, utilities are placed
underground and in others poles will be
replaced to meet FEMA standards. City
Manager Don Bowles said the goal is to
replace one-third of the city's utility
poles each year to stay ahead of FEMA
demands.
In other business, the council:
Approved a request from Hibernia
Baptist Church to conduct Mission Time,
an outreach program open to the public
in Spring Park. The event will be pre-
sented Friday, July7 and will feature
music, drama, an inspirational message
and free food.
Received a tentative budget calendar
that will provide public hearing dates for
consideration of the operating and capi-
tal budgets for 2006-2007.
Announced a town meeting to be held
by State Representative Bill Proctor in the
city hall Thursdayjune 8,6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Announced a Green Cove Springs Po-
lice Explorer Scout barbecue in Spring
Park Friday,June 9, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
They will serve pulled pork and all the
trimmings.
Cancelled the first meeting inJuly be-
cause it would have fallen on the Fourth.


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Help prevent a Katrina-like disaster for the pets in our area!

In partnership with the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS),
Clay County Humane Society will be sponsoring a twenty (20) hour
Disaster:Animal Response Team training from June 16th-June 18th at
the Holiday Inn-Orange Park.. Cost to register for the class is $35.00
and all sessions must be attended to receive certification. Courses
include topics such as Emergency Pet Shelters; Disaster Stress
Management; Disaster Planning for Animals and Your Personal Plan.
Other speakers include Clay County Department of Public Safety and
the American Red Cross. Please call the Clay County Humane Society
at 904-276-7729 or HSUS at 850-386-3435 for more information. A
copy of the registration form is also available on the Clay County
Humane Society web site at www.clayhumane.org.
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PET PROGRAM from page A-1


about it and we were talking about what
kind of a name we could give the pro-
gram," Henderson said. "I hung up the
phone and itjust kind of hit me, 'Cruelty to
Kindness.' It really explains what we are
trying to do."
Dollar is currently the only animal
available. As more are seized, the Sheriffs
Office will send out announcements to
area media outletsJustino said.
"This is really kicking it off and he's the
only one (in the program now)," she said.
"But that's not to say we won't have some-
thing come up today or tomorrow. We are
getting calls all the time."
In Dollar's case,-his owner left him be-
hind when she was evicted from her Or-
ange Park' apartment in March.
Henderson said she told the landlord she
would be back in two weeks to get him but
she never returned
According to a police report the woman
left no food or water and made no attempt
to have anyone else care for the animal.
Henderson said domesticated cats like
Dollar, a unneutered male, are more in
danger of starving because they expect to
be fed.Butif they do survive they oftenbe-
come feral, breeding with other wild cats
and contributing to the feral cat problem.


Seeing a growing trend in animal abuse
cases, Sheriff Rick Beseler named Hen-
derson as the county's first animal abuse
investigator. She credits increased public
awareness, including television shows like
Animal Planet, with making people more
sensitive to animal's rights.
Henderson said people charged with
animal abuse often are given the option of
deferred prosecution. But part of that
agreement includes signing ownership of
the animal over to the county, which can
then offer it for adoption.
Since being named animal abuse inves-
tigator, Henderson said she has arrested
about 15 people on abandonment or cru-
elty charges.
While the county has had animal aban-
donment laws for years, they haven't al-
ways been enforced, Henderson said.
Another problem is neighbors may see an-
imals being mistreated but don't contact
authorities until it's too late.
She pointed out a recent case where a
dog in Keystone Heights was suffering
with a compound leg fracture for
months before police were called in. The
animal had to be euthanized due to the
injury, she said.
To get more information on Dollar,
call Clay County Animal Control at (904)
269-6342.


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Behring shuffles, cuts county departments


By Debbie Israel Messer, Staff ,
disraeliniesser)@jcpgroup.com "

GREEN COVE SPRINGS -
June 1 was a momentous day for
Clay County. That day brought
change to both Clay County's
internal organization of its de-
partments as well a new budget
format introduced by new Bud-
get Director Susan O' Leary.
The number of county de- Fri
apartments were reduced to
eight as ofJune 1.
County commissioners approved the
change recommended by County Man-
ager Fritz Behring on Tuesday, May 9.
Behring recommended the change to
reduce the number of departments who
will be reporting directly to him (known in
administrative lingo as span of control").
Behring had his initial meeting with
county departments and divisions in De-
cember 2005 afterjoining the county.
That meeting was in the commission
meeting chambers where he says," more
than 20 people were present".
Those 20 people included some staff
members that carried the title of depart-
ment head whereas others were known as


itz


directors.
The county's web
page sports the organi-
zational chart as it exist-
ed before the approval
but will soon be re-
placed with a new chart
S that shows the new
alignments.
That chart defines
some activities in the
county as departments
z Behring and others simply hold-
ing a place on the chart
but not being defined as a department
such as board administrative services
which Behring says will be more properly
housed in the manager's office.
As he has reviewed the departments
and their roles in the county organization
Behring said he wanted to align depart-
ments so those with similar roles would
be grouped together to better coordinate
their activities.
Four of the county's existing depart-
ments, Public Safety, Public Works, Envi-
ronmental Services and Finance will
remain the same for the moment.
Other departments will be grouped
together and will become divisions with-


in a department.
One of the largest of the new depart-
ments will be Development Services,
which will house the existing Engineer-
ing, Planning and Building Departments.
Zoning, which now includes code en-
forcement, will move to the Development
Services Department but code enforce-
ment will move to community services.
The Engineering Department will
join the Development Services Depart-
ment with County Engineer, Chuck Iley
being tapped to become the department
head for the new department.
Iley was made the acting Public Works
Director after former Public Works Di-
rector Arthur Ivey resigned in April 2005.
He went back to being only the Coun-
ty Engineer until Dave Austin was hired
as the new Public Works Director
Another department that will house
multiple activities will be the Communi-
ty Services Department.
That department, to be directed by Li-
brary Services Director Arnold Weeks,
will include library services, code en-
forcement, animal control, SHIP (hous-
ing) and the fairgrounds administration.
One of the more unusual combina-
tions will be the combination of Parks


and Recreation and Human Resources
making a new department known as the
department of Human and Natural Re-
sources, to be headed by Human Re-
sources Director Rich O'Connell.
O' Connell said the transitions within
the departments will be assisted through
customer service and leadership classes to
be presented by the University of North
Florida and held at the county offices.
While the re-organization will result
in fewer departments for now it will not
mean lower budgets.
Department heads taking on addi-
tional responsibilities will be given five
percent pay increases.
Behring said he expects additional re-
organizational changes to come and that
thru attrition; the.county would ulti-
mately have fewer positions.
For those new department heads,June
1 also meant submitting budgets for
much larger departments, and in the new
format presented by .Budget Director
Susan O'Leary.
O'Leary will be taking the informa-
tion from the departments to formulate
the county budget. The budget process
will take a number of months with adop-
tion to occur before September 30 by law.


BCC from page A-3


person that has been on thejob for sever-
al years. Bush asked County Manager
Fritz Behring how this could happen.
Behring replied that it is the result of
past practice. Adjusted payscales overtake
merit increases and result in the in-
equitable situation. Consensus was that it
needed to be reviewed in future negotia-
tions but that nothing could be done at
that moment.


Commissioner Pat McGovern pooint-
ed out that the county pays 93 percent of
the firefighters' health benefits while
other employes must pay 50 percent them-
selves. McGovern noted that firefighters
could take home more pay but would
then have to pay more for their benefits.
The sum of base pay and benefits, Mc-
Govern said, put the Clay County firefight-
ers on a par with surrounding counties.
After the meeting, Wright told the
press that other counties don't include


Proctor town meeting today


Special to Clay Today

GREEN COVE SPRINGS State Rep.
Bill Proctor, R-St. Augustine, will hold the
first in a series of town hall meetings on
Thursday,June 8, to discuss the 2006 Leg-
islative Session.
This first meeting will be held in
Green Cove Springs with others to follow


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in St.Johns and Flagler counties.
The meeting will be from 6:30pm -
8:00pm at the Green Cove Springs City
Hall, 321 Walnut St.
Proctor willgive aLegislative update and
then invite questions from those attending.
"I look forward to getting feedback
and hearing the interests of residents,"
Proctor said.


benefits in their base pay and produced
several e-mails to support his claim.
.Bush returned to the discussion. "We
need to address inequities in pay," he
said. Then he added, "I am deeply dis-
tressed by intentional or unintentional
stalling."
"I find it incredible that we have not
come to a resolution in more than a year,"
Thrasher said. He noted that the Florida
Legislature manages to produce a multi-
billion dollar budget in 60 days.
Thrasher pointed out that the county
and firefighters would have to begin ne-
gotiating a contract for 2006-2007 almost
immediately. "I hope," he said, "that we
will take a step back and not use the tac-
tics that were used this time."
Sudmming up, Chairman Glenn Las-
siter said, "At the end of the day, nobody
knows the pain and stress as well as these
five people sitting here. You are our
friends. Our kids play together. We go to
the same churches."
Thrasher moved to accept the special
magistrate's recommendation and the


motion was seconded.
Bush offered an amendment that
would consider the issue of retroactivity
separately but it died for lack of second.
Speaking directly to Thrasher, Bush
said, "John, you're here because of a cri-
sis. We've faced these issues for many
years and the board has made mistakes.
We need to make a new beginning with
a new county manager. We need to give
this increase retroactively as a gesture of
good faith."
McGovern disputed this. "We have said
no retroacitivity in the past and then, at
the last minute have caved. There needs
to be a penalty for not negotiating."
Lassiter called for a vote and the mo-
tion passed four-to-one with Bush vot-
ing nay.
After the meeting, Wright said the
recommendation would go to the mem-
bership for their ratification. Asked what
would happen if it were not ratified,
Wright replied; "We get it anyway."
Wright was asked if he would like to
comment. "No," he replied, "that's it."


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daughter

Special to Clay Today .' .

ORANGE PARK The second annual
CarsonJones benefit motorcycle ride is
scheduled for Saturday,July 22.
Carson is the 5-year-old daughter of
CCSO Deputy DeanJones and his wife
Leslie.
Carson suffers from failure-to-thrive,
cortical blindness and epilepsy. She is a
very strong little girl, loved by her parents
and five healthy siblings.
With these problems Carson must be
on a special diet at a cost of $900 per
month. In addition, Carson is undergo-
ing physical therapy to help keep her hip i
joints mobile.
TheJones family has been burdened.
with medical expenses in excess of '
$500,000. The proceeds from this motor-
cycle ride will be donated to the Carson
Jones family, what we earn to help then
is very well appreciated.
The cost is$20for assinglerider,$25with
passenger. Registration begins at 4p.m. at \
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CURRENT RATES
Origination Discount
Fee Points
Conventional 30 Year Fixed 6.875 0 + 0
5/1 ARM 6.500 0 + 0
3/1 ARM 6.625 % + 0
Interest Only 5/1 ARM 6.750 0 + 0
ARMs 3/1 ARM 6.625 % + 0
Jumbo 30 Year Fixed 7.000 0 + 0
FHA 30 Year Fixed 7.000 0 + 0
VA 30 Year Fixed 7.000 0 + 0
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SCHOOL from page A-1


of service is really the key."
He later stressed that the board's deci-
sions on concurrency "will set the destiny
of Clay County Schools for a long time."'
Connell added, "Concurrency has the
Potential to cause county-wide redistrict-
ing every year ... this is not business as
usual. The board has to make certain we
are utilizing all our capacity."
There are possible scenarios where
parents move into a particular subdivi-
sion with an elementary school, but their
children could be bussed elsewhere be-
cause the nearby school has reached its
capacity.
At least immediately, however, the
state will not require that schools imme-
diately achieve 100 percent occupancy,
Connell said.
In fact, several schools will begin at
well over 100 percent, with the five-year
goal to get as close as possible to the ideal
student number
Both Elliott and Connell said there are
many concurrency questions that remain
unanswered.
"We don'thave all the answers on this. It's
got us scratching our heads," Connell said.
"We are talking to otherschool districts try-
ing to find out what they are doing."
He predicted the School District's part
of the process may not be finalized until
December, although Clay County Com-
missioners are shooting for a September
decision.
Both Connell and Elliott encouraged
the board to set student enrollment figures
that take into account portable classrooms.


To not do so "would be devastating," Con-
nell said.
But that raised questions from School
Board member Wayne Bolla, who said the
board wants to begin eliminating portables.
Bolla also asked if concurrency was
a good time to consider a "feeder
school system" for each high school.
But Elliott said the issue was seriously
reviewed in the past and rejected be-
cause of the way the county's schools
and population are located.
Board members cut short their concur-
rency discussion when Board Chairperson
Carol Vallencourt said she had to leave
early to deal with a sick relative and board
member Lisa Graham was feeling ill.
They agreed to continue their concur-
rency workshop onJune 20, before mov-
ing on to a proposal from Saratoga
Springs' developer LandMar Group Inc.
LandMar Group project manager
Keith Wendland presented the school
board with two proposals: allow LandMar
to build the schools an elementary.school
in 2009 and junior high in 2016 using its
own financing that would be paid for with
capital ad valorem taxes paid by Saratoga
Springs property owners; or let the school
board build them with a one-time pay-
ment of $2.5 million, plus the donated
school sites, from LandMar.
Wendland expressed frustration sev-
eral times during the presentation, saying
the negotiations with school district staff
has dragged on too long.
"I would give you my first born if my
wife would let me but she won't," Wend-
land said. "We just need to make a deci-
sion and-move on with our lives."


'Jailbirds' raise funds at MDA lockup


Special to Clay Today

ORANGE PARK The Muscular Dystro-
phy Association (MDA) has issued arrest
warrants for more than 100 Orange Park
community leaders who will be
"Looked-Up" to benefit MDA on Thurs-
dayJune 8, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
These jailbirdss" have all been charged
with having a big beart and are heavily
armed with kindness.Upon apprehension
by MDA officers,bail raisers will be booked
and processed ard their sentence is to serve
time at maximum appreciation jail site at
The Hilltop Club, 2030 Wells Road.


This year's monetary goal for alljail-
birds is $75,000, which can send more than
100 children to MDA's annual summer
camp for children, ages 6 to 21, who have
one of the 43 neuromuscular diseases cov-
ered byMDA. Incentives for thejailbirds,
which will be awarded as a pledge is made,
include key chains, T-shirts, gift certificates
frorn local businesses arid invitations to
appear on the Jerry Lewis Labor Day
Telethonon
Proceeds from Orange Park's Lock-Up
will not only benefitMDAs summer camp,
but also assist MDA families in Northern
Florida and Southern Georgia;


In his proposal, Wendland said Land-
Mar estimates the two schools would cost
an estimated $87 million to construct
based on April figures from the school
district setting per pupil costs at $14,507,
$16,633 and $22,011 for elementary,junior
high and high schools, respectively.
If Saratoga Springs with an average
residential home value of $300,000, plus
condominiums and senior living facili-
ties- is completed in 10 years as expected,
it would generate an estimated $99 mil-
lion in ad valorem taxes.
Wendland said the school district
could make as much as $12 million in
profit if LandMar built the schools.
"Proving once again that growth pays
for itself," Wendland said.
The board would set all building spec-
ifications and would agree to commit
enough property taxes to cover annual
payments for an anticipated 30-year
bond issue.
But board members weren't convinced.
Part of the issue is the two sides are far
apart on how much it would cost to build
schools tohouse an estimated 1,867 students.
Wendland complained School District
staff had provided three different sets of
per-pupil cost figures, going for example
from $13,789 per elementary student in
March 2005 to $21,985 when the district
provided the latest figures in May.
He said LandMar was unable to calcu-
late its offer based on the figures sent in
May because they came too late.
Elliott defended the information. He
said the original figures were outdated


state Department of Education esti-
mates, while those provided last month
were more exact numbers based on
local costs.
He said the district used local experts
to review Northeast Florida school costs.
George Copeland, assistant superin-
tendent for business affairs, also urged
the board to finance the projects itself
due to potential savings. He said school
board bond issues typically run only 22
years, thus saving the district thousands
in interest.
Board members eventually tabled the
matter for more discussion forJune 20, in
part because Vallencourt had to leave the
meeting early. Remaining members
Bolla, Carol Studdard and Graham
(Charlie Van Zant was absent due to a mil-
itary commitment), discussed trying to
find a neutral third party to review con-
struction costs estimates from LandMar
and school staff.
However, no decision was reached on
the proposal.
Bolla indicated he would lean toward
LandMar's proposal. "There's no risk.
They have to build it to our specifications.
There is no construction risk involved."
But Studdard, admitting the numbers
were a little overwhelming, said she did-
n't know what to do.
Wendland, though, continued to push
the board. "This is just-becoming too
painful," he said, pointing out LandMar
based its proposal on figures provided by
the district. "I thought we were doing
what you wanted."


Tisdelle turning to 'other opportunities'


By Bob Henderson. Staff

ORA NGL PARK After 22 ve-urs in
,is ;.lksa'agen dealership on Wells
Roa d. Ash Tisdelle is lea\ ,ng ite aut.o-
lutive busin essr and looking forl
"...othe-r ppr runities n both rhar:i-
tit' andi businc-ss.'
Tisdelle hopes to close the sale of hiss
business to Jack Hannia, on ner oif
ciura of Orange Park and Hyundai of
COraingce iParik, by the end of jUne.
Hannia sa s that he will remain on
\\i:-lls R,:iad fo: the ne[xtIouple of yeas
uin1 I-i a licensing a~g rtenic i \i ithl Tu-ldelle.
Af tel that he \ ill mnijle the dealershlip
piobabh lopoiupi heri, ]-nsonBlaud(ing


Bo-ulllvard Iuie xtlo Lhc Actua stiloe.
Tilldle intends to retain the prop-
crt\;: lour aci es wiirh 4110 feet of
frontage on both W ellss Road and In-
terstate 295. Tisdelle said he doesn't
know wh bar hle ill i lo with hlie proper -
[v once the dealership le.i es
fisdkllt s-a\ 1 ie Is look ing fthrwvard to
being aicrii in a nuonber of things. He
intends to explore a numbernh olf iari-

Tisdelle savy hel couldn't be ha.ppier.
He deci ibes the inmoe as "...a rare sbitia-
tion for five entities: me.Jack. our cus-
to5ner0s.tu emplliPyees an:l \blkswagen
of .\A Ierica."
He savs die employees will retain all
thei ppo u nitih rhey now lar'eand more.


OP spine, brain center opens


Special to Clay Today

ORANGE PARK The St. Vincent's Spine
& Brain Institute has opened an Orange
Park location in the St. Vincent' Health
Center on Park Avenue.
The new office provides comprehen-
sive spine and brain care from the region's
most advanced team of experts in neuro-
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venient location for Clay County residents.
The office is located in Suite 101-D on the
first floor of the St. Vincent's Health Cen-
ter. Dr. Eric Gabriel will see patients by ap-
pointment in the Orange Park office.
For appointments or more informa-
tion, contact the St. Vincent's Spine and
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RAVINES from page A-1

I got that dream and was so close to hav-
ing the money which would have al-
lowed this facility to rise to a level it has
never seen."
Neither of the DeBusks could be
reached for comment.
However, their attorney, Ken Miller, of
Jacksonville said the club had been losing
money.
"At some point you have to stop the
bleeding," Miller said.
As of Wednesday, June 7, the Clay
County Commissioners were still plan-
ning to discuss the findings of a special
mediator, who was hired to review De-
Busk's rezoning request that would have
allowed him to build the homes.
Commissioners voted earlier this year
to deny the request, which would have al-
lowed construction of 65 homes valued at
about $1 million each along Black Creek.
If approved as requested, the plan would
have required changes to the Mark Mc-
Cumber-designed golf course that was
once considered among Florida's best
public access golf facilities.
DeBusk then filed a mediation request
to overturn the Commissioners' decision.
The proposal to expand the Ravines
split the community, with some residents
coming out opposed to any plan that
would expand the subdivision and others
backing DeBusk's right to develop the
land how he wanted.


Shortly after a Planning and Zoning
Commission hearing where opponents
presented petitions against the plan, Ken
DeBusk cancelled the memberships of any
club members who signed the document.
Ravines resident Roy Lyons respond-
ed to the announcement, saying the De-
Busks were responsible for the golf
course and other amenities becoming
unusable.
"When your family arrived we were all
excited to have a live in owner," Lyons
wrote in an e-mail to DeBusk. "Things
went down hill from there. Your family
instead of treating us not as consumers
you treated us as underlings. You made
all feel unwelcome in the clubhouse, you
let it be known that you were going to de-
velop all land even the golf course and
you could care less about what we
thought. There is an overwhelming ma-
jority, which didn't want the changes you
wanted to make. So what was your re-
sponse? Kick everyone out who dis-
agreed with you."
He added that fund-raising events are
no longer held at the Clubhouse and
Chamber of Commerce meetings there
also were cancelled.
"You allowed the golf course to be-
come in such terrible shape it is so sad. We
are not rated in the top 2000 in Florida
and there are only 1500 or so courses. We
have been written about in golf digest
not because we are a great course but be-
cause they see a decline in one of the best


courses in Florida. There are weeds
everywhere, the pool is a mess, you filled
the spa with sand, you destroyed the Hi-
malayan course and there is so much de-
struction on the course it is unbelievable.
You blame this on all others if I were you
I would look in the mirror."
Chris DeBusk in his email also criti-
cized Commissioner Harold Rutledge,
whose district includes the Ravines.
"Ownership had a resolution with Clay
County and Commissioner Harold Rut-
ledge, plans for 2007 were well underway
including speaking with some golf
course architects and builders. Last
Thursday Commissioner Rutledge in-
formed ownership layer that he had a
change of heart and would not support
the resolution which he first agreed to,"
Chris DeBusk wrote. Rutledge, however,
said he never told the DeBusks he would
support the rezoning request, only that
he would take the special mediator's deci-
sion to the board for its consideration.
"I never changed my mind," Rutledge
said. "I never said I would vote for it or
against it, only that I would bring it to the
board for a vote."
Lyons credited Rutledge with at-
tempting to forge an agreement during
the special mediation sessions earlier
this year.
"He actually told us (opponents of the
proposal) to be at the second meeting and
to put some things on the table to be dis-
cussed. But DeBusk never put anything


on the table," Lyons said.
Rutledge never indicated how he
would vote, Lyons said. He only promised
to get an agreement and take it to the
board for consideration.
"Rutledge worked very hard to get
something to happen," Lyons said. "He
wasn't overly friendly to us either We did-
n't know which way he was going.
Rutledge said he contacted the De-
Busks last week after deciding to oppose
the rezoning. "I felt I didn't want to wait
until theJune 27 hearing. I didn't want to
ambush him."
Miller said the DeBusks, who operated
a driving range on Beach Boulevard in
Jacksonville before buying the course in
January 2004, had banked on building
the houses to finance their purchase.
Planning and Zoning Commission
members in November 2005 recom-
mended commissioners approve the re-
quest, if a second entrance on Green
Road was added to reduce traffic
through the single entrance on County
Road 218.
But Commissioners, wh. make the
final decision, later rejected the request,
saying the second entrance would over-
whelm Green Road. The 476-unit
Ravines also was "built out" and should
not be expanded, Commissioners said.
DeBusk had come before the commis-
sion a year earlier with a similar request
but the board deadlocked 2-2, with one
commissioner absent.


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INSIDE: Cruisin and Classifieds
JUNE 8-JUNE 14, 2006 EDITION Section B of two sections VOL. 36 NO. 23

SOCCER REGISTRATION begins June 19th for boys and girls ages 4-17. Three locations
ooi FA.. to choose from: Orange Park, Fleming Island & Argyle. Need Volunteer Coaches!!
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Lakeside twins push each other over the top


By Charlie Rector, Correspondent
ORANGE PARK When one thinks of
identical twins, the first thing comes to
mind are traits such as eyes, size, hair
color, all being genetic.
This theory is not the norm at Lake-
side Junior High. When you refer to the
twins you most likely are referring to the
Haznedl twins, the sons of proud parents
Christi Abrea and David Haznedl.
The parents are not the only proud
people, when the school secretary was
asked about talking to the Haznedl boys
she replied "our twins." The boys are
known for more thanjust looking alike.
Most recently their fame to claim was
Joel claiming the county one-mile record
injunior high track with a five-minute-
fifteen eL:coiid tinm- in theC(.la\ coiun
m:-e[. Bro1tiherJake was not to be left be-
hind'as he won.the conference meet with
a five-minute-fourteen second time to
break his twin brothers record.
The brothers are very competitive es-
pecially with one another, all the while
looking out for each other in their own
way.
"In the county and conference meets
we used what is called the Indian sprint,
we draft each other, saving our strength
so that we can both hang," explainedJake.
Joel added, "In the county meet, I
draftedJake on the last lap and passed for
the win. In the conferenceJake was draft-
ing me, with about fifty yards left, I told
Jake to pass me that I didn't have any-
thing left."


Coach David Starr join twin brothers Joel left, and Jake Haznedl.


To a novice, this strategy may sound his kudos sounded like echoes, of work around the school grounds in-
unique, however this is a technique fre- "These boys are special, you don't cluding forming a beautification group."
quently used by track team partners, as it worry about academics they both carry a Track Coach David Starr, who mentors
is better known in auto racing. 3.0 grade point average. Their parents the boys in football, soccer and track said,
Discussing the twins with athletic di- are very active in the boy's life and the
rector Lloyd Patterson was interesting, community, actually they have done a lot TWINS continued on page B-4


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SPORTS BRIEFS


PAL opens registration
The Clay County Police Athletic
League (PAL) is looking for spirited girls
and boys in the age range of 5-15 years old


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cheerleading every Saturday at the Lake
Asbury Winn-Dixie.
Kids will be offered the opportunity to
learn football/cheerleading skills, team-
work and sportsmanship in a family en-
viromnent.
Registration begins on May 13 and will
run through July 15 with the cost of $130
and a $20 registration fee for football.
Late registration is $140 plus $20 regis-
tration fee.
Cheerleading costs are $230 and $20
registration fee and $240 late registration
plus $20 fee.
Interested participants can also sign
up online at www.claycountypal.com
In addition the PAL is also looking for


qualified coaches at all levels for football
and cheerleaders.

Lakeside basketball camp begins
Lakeside basketball coach Joey
Williams has announced three sessions
for campers interested in improving
their game.
Orange Park High School coaches
Mandi Perry and Brent Kupfer along
with coach Williams will help boys and
girls ages 8 to 15 on the fundamentals of
rebounding, dribbling, shooting, passing
and defense at the camp.
Session one is fromJune 12 -16 from 10
a.m. to 3 p.m., session two is a night camp
fromnJune 26-30 at 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. and
session three July 17-21 from 10 a.m. to 3


p.m. for $85 per session.
Gatorade and water will be provided
but campers should bring their own
lunch.
For more information or to pre-regis-
ter, callJoey Williams at 264-5720 or 422-
1330.
Space is limited.

Camp PAL coming soon
Camp PAL is registering interested
campers through Monfday,June 12 to stay
four days and three nights at Camp
Blanding from June 27 to June 30.
Campers have a chance to take part in
youth leadership reaction course, rappel


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Jonathan Kuske, Pastor
6551 Argyle Forest
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FELLOWSHIP BIBLE CHURCH
Rev. Gary Shilling
2827 CR 220
RIVERS OF LIFE MINISTRIES
Skip & Sheilah Ryan
P.O. Box 324 D.I. 32030
272-5433
LAKESIDE COMMUNITY CHURCH
Pastor Craig Bowen
564 Tara Farms Dr. (across from Doctors Inlet
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582 Plantation Dr.
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272-1754
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Brother Timothy, Pastor
1871 CR 220 264-4370
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4325 Hwy. 17 S. 269-2405
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F.I. Elementary,'Lakeshore Dr. E.
10a.m. Sunday
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541-0092
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David Swinyer, Pastor
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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 Surrency
Hwy. 16 Home .284-5913
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
Pastor Ed Steves
4330CR-15A
FIRST AFRICAN BAPTIST CHURCH
433 Palmetto Ave. 284-5490
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
615 Walnut St.
284-9231
. Pastor Ansehno Castano
FIRST HAITIAN CHURCH
Rev. Fritzner Jean
1489 Russell Rd.
FIRST UNITED PENTECOSTAL
Rev. D.A. Dodge, Pastor
5945 Hwy 17S.
Green Cove Springs, FL 32043
Sun. @2 p.m.; jhurs. @ 7 p.m.
1-888-356-6991 for more info.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Rev. W. Hunter Camp, II
Gum St. at U.S. 17
284-9261.
FIRST UNITED METHODIST
'Richard Shannonhouse
500 Walnut St.
284-9700
FLEMING ISLAND UNITED
METHODIST CHURCH
,Rev. Brian Fowler
7170 Highway 17
284-3366,
GRACE MISSIONARY BAPTIST
4411 Springbank Rd.. GCS
BrotherSpurgeon HaIyes Pastor-
Sun. School 10 11 a.m. .
Worship Service I1 Noon
Sunday Eve. 6p.m. 7:30 p.m.
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 Madaris
310'Oakridge Ave. GC.S.
904-284-3311
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MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. Johnny Bryant
1315 East St.
MT. PLEASANT BAPTIST
Rev. Robert L. Wright
1300 MLK Blvd.
284-9431
MT. ZION A.M.E. CHURCH
549 Palmetto Ave.
ONE VETERANS CRUSADE FOR CHRIST
Rev. Darcey Moser, Jr.
2001 Deel Rd.
ORANGE AVE. BAPTIST
Dr. H. Mark 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. Enibry Bradley
P.O. Box 1042
ST. MARGARET'S EPISCOPAL

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. Scll. 9:45a.m./Church 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

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SUNRISE BAPTIST CHURCH
1015 Idlewild Ave., Green Cove Springs
Sunday Sch 9:30 a.m., Worship 10:30 a.m.,
Wed. 7p.m.
SACRED HEART CATHOLIC CHURCH
Father Donal Sullivan
7190 Hwy 17, Green Cove Springs
Sunday Services
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
CHRIST EVANGELICAL
LUTHERAN CHURCH
Rev. Todd Engel, Pastor-
3760 SR21,KH .
Sunday worship 9:15 a.m., Worship 10:30 a.m.
Wed. Bible hour 6:30
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
OF KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
Hwy. 100
FRIENDSHIP BIBLE CHURCH
Rev. Lloyd Greene, Pastor
1155 Orchid Avenue
(Comer Hwy. 21 & Orchid Ave.)
.Keystone Heights, FL 32656
352-473-2713
KEYSTONE HEIGHTSICHRISTIAN CHURCH
'.Hwy.21 47380602,.
- ~E iONE HEIGHTS
FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD

KEl TONE UNITED MI THODIST CHURCH
i tr l irl; lt r'd. :.r
HI, ?iI
8:15 & 11:00 Traditional 9:30 Contemporary
352-473-3829


MIDDLEBURG.
APOSTOLIC LIGHTHOUSE
OF MIDDLEBURG
Pastor M. David Goodman
4182 CR 218 Suite 6
Middleburg, Fl 32068
Sunday Worship 11:00 am / Wed. 7:00 pm
(904) 298-1443or (904) 945-9663
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
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CINNAMON STREET BAPTIST CHURCH
Dr. Lee Roy Dalrymple
20 Cinnamon St.
282-0881
CHURCH OF THE BRETHREN
Charles McGuckin
1651 Russell Rd.
Corner of CR 220 & 209-
Sun. School 10!00 a.m.
Sunday Service ll:00a.m.
282-5048
FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Charles Clark. Pastor
3167 County Rd. 215 .
Sun. School9:45 a.m.
Sunday Worship 10:45 a.m.
Sunday Evening Praise 6:30 pm
Wednesday Bible Study 7:00 pmt
282-1466
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Dr.'C.Alan Floyd Jr.
T,.J I IIlil ..i : I1

FIRST CHURCH OF GOD
Rev. Jesse McLain
3965 Old Jennings Rd.
282-1810
GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH
Pastor Edward'L: Weinberg
Everett Avenue,

Pastor Melvin Register
KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST CHURCH
Dan Hughes, Pastor
6289 Mary Dot Lane
Starke, FL 32091
Sunday School 9:45
Sunday Worship 11 a.m. & 7 p.m.
Wednesday Prayer Service 7 p.m.
Li\ IMI, % %TEROs OF MiDDLEBLIRG
5118 CountyRoad 218 West .
291-0704
MADEIRA BAPTIST
Dr. Jeny Robinson, Pastor
1650 B ending, 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
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MORNING STAR FAMILY CHURCH
p i..< .n'n.i"i ni.n .n *: -
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282-3393
NEW INDEPENDENT CHURCH OF GOD
4360 Longmire Rd.


OAK GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. Delton Kilpatrick
CR 215, Middleburg
282-2984.
SALVATION ARMY
2795 CR220
276-6677'
SOUTH MIDDLEBURG BAPTIST CHURCH
Calvin Childers, Pastor
4565 Alligator Blvd.
282-9134
ST. LUKE'S CATHOLIC CHURCH
1606 Blanding Blvd.
282-0439
ST. PETER'S LUTHERAN
1614 Blanding Blvd.
282-8876
VINEYARD CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP
Ron Stephans r
P.O. Box 862 or 3114 CR 220
904-282-0310
ORANGE PARK
ABUNDANTJOYCHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP
999 Blanding Blvd.
213-0048
Pastor Rev. Donald F. Taylor
ADVENT LUTHERAN CHURCH
2156 Loch Rare Blvd.
Pastors: Robert Hale
272-6370
ASBURY UNITED METHODIST
CHURCH OF ORANGE PARK
Rev. Linda Standifer
16 College Dr.
272-0110
BAHA'I 800-22-UNITE
BE READY MINISTRIES .
First Christian-Jewisli Fellowship
IiiiiI II i i I i i
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 Curtis A.Beckles Sr.
2106 Park Avenue'
269-2423
BUCKMAN BRIDGE
UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST SOCIETY
http://www.bbuus.org
SP.O. Box 844. ,
Orjane P-rl, Fi_ ??.067
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'CALVARY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
112 BlandinIBlvd.
Rev. Roy Harris 272-4210 "
CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH
942 Oak Lane
Pastor Johnny Thomas 276-9099
CELEBRATION CHURCH O.P. CAMPUS
Pastor Eric Jaffle
Sundays9:30& ll:15am
Saturday 6:00/ Weds. 7:00 pm
264-8133 -www.celebration.org
CHRISTIAN FAITH CENTER
922B Blanding Blvd.
Wendell A: Shaw, Minister Mark Sellers,
Minister '
276-0130
CHRISTIAN LIFE CENTER
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FAITH COMMINITI CHtURCH OF GOD
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-FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
OF ORANGE PARK
David Tarkington, Pastor
1140 Kingsley Ave.
264-2351


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FIRST CHRISTIAN
CHURCH OF ORANGE PARK
Dr. Bob Bole, Pastor
2876 Moody Rd.
272-1250
GOOD SAMARITAN EPISCOPAL CHURCH
1146 Blanding Blvd.
272-3111
GRACE EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Rev. Samuel C. Pascoe
245 Kingsley Ave.
264-9981
INTERNATIONAL
BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH
Pastor Romeo Cerico
'II1I F I I.. II ..I. r I II I : -II. : E lt r

10:30 am / Worship 11:00 am

ISLAND A IF% B %ti TIsT CHI'RCH
Dr. WM. S... '..- .
900 Hwv I i

LAKESIDE CHURCH OF CHRIST
" I .I ,', I, II
3264-2463
MOOSEHAVEN CHAPEL
278-1210
NEW HORIZONS ORANGE PARK
Terry Muntain. Pastor
Meets at OP HS Cafeteria
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 Rhoden, Preacher
1365 Kingsley Ave. OP. FL 32067
P.O. Box 23 264-4833
ORANGE PARK UNITED
METHODIST CHURCH
Lee Ann Inman, Pastor
Worship 8:15, 9:15, 9:30, 11:00


ORANGE PARK ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Allan Wiggins Pastor
Services 10:30 a.m. & 6 p.m.
1324 Kingsley Ave.
264-5961
ORANGE PARK CHURCH
OF THE NAZARENE
3212 Moody Rd. 269-5623
ORANGE COVE SEVENTH-DAY
ADVENTIST CHURCH
Dave Swinyar, Pastor
4501 US vHwy 17South
269-2607
ORANGE PARK PRESBYTERIAN
Rev. Tim Roberts
q,,,,JjI ,ia o r 1, 1 In -,
i', ii |ll|: I',l, l l l l i
264-0536
www.oppresby.com
RIDGEWOOD BAPTIST
Dr. Hal Fletcher
939 Blanding Blvd.
272-3791
S. T C THERIIN'S CTHOLIC (IURCH
I,. '4 |.|.In l..I a' ?* 4". 1 ,I:
ST. GILES PRESBIERITE RN
1i.:, L5, . P, i.[r
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ST J MAFSq ,ITE CHURCH:
SI .1 i lliaI i c '. I
278-7037
Sunday Service 11 a.m.
NES BEGINNINGs CHRISTIIN
FELL LOS1HIP
Pastor Jerry Larkfoid-
1134 Blanding Blvd. 272-1017
VINEYARD CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP
OF ORANGE PARK
109 Industrial Loop. N
Orange Park, Fl. 32073
276-7642


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Florida Striders Memorial Day 5K run


By Horace Davis, Staff
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GREEN COVE SPRINGS Over five-
hundred runners recently ran in the
22nd annual Memorial Day River Fest
hosted by the City of Green Cove
Springs and the Florida Striders Track
Club.
The 5K run is the precursor to a day
full of events that concludes with fire-
works in the evening and the turnout for


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Over five hundred runners took to the streets in Green Cove Springs to run in the
Memorial Day 5K run.


the run broke last year's mark of 462 run-
ners completing the run, when 511 fin-
ished this time.
Striders Track Club race director Dave
Bokros said, "The event appears to be on
the rise, each year more and more run-
ners come out and the City of Green
Cove Springs along with the Orange Park
Kennel Club do an outstanding job."
Runners from many age groups par-
ticipated in the run with the youngest fin-
ishers at seven-years old in the boy and


Former Florida Southern student and
track star Tyrone Bell was the first to the
finish line with a time of 15:37 to win the
race.
girl's age categories.
"We strive to get young people active
and keep them active, we do a lot of
work with the school's like having fun
runs throughout the school year and
the participation is great," added
Bokros.
Kim Pawelek ofJacksonville won the
open women's divisions with a time of
17:58 while Orange Park resident Ty-


Brian Shrout of Jacksonville was unable
to close the distance between the winner
and finished in second place with a time
of 16:04.
rone Bell won the open men's with a
time of 15:37. "Tyrone is a great runner
and I'm sure you will see him on the
running circuit for year's to come. How-
ever it was surprising to see that he kept
a thirty-second lead over one of the
favoritesJustinJacobs throughout the
race," said Bokros.
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From left, front row, Jonathan Arenberg, Trey Bland, Brandon Hannah, head coach
Duane Patterson, Matthew Crane, Hank Tobener and Joshua Williams.
Back row, Austin Groves, Logan Middleton, Darby Johns, Justin Hannah, Justin Branch,
Noel Crane, Quintin Gilbert, Timothy Frysinger and assistant coach Curtis Frysinger.


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SPECIAL TO CLAY TODAY

The Keystone Youth Soccer U-14 Vipers
took home the championship at the
Commissioner's Cup Tournament re-
cently held at Ringhaver Park in Jack-
sonville.
The Vipers who enjoyed an unbeaten
season and entered group play with wins
of 6-0 and 3-1 also tied one game and that
qualified them for # seed in the tour-
nament, which guaranteed them a place
in the finals.
During the finals, the Vipers oppo-
nent was theJacksonville Youth Soccer
Club (JYSC), who already had tied the
Vipers in an earlier game.
Head Coach Duane Patterson said, "The
JYSC team was one of the toughest teams
we faced all season and when we faced
beforethe game ended in a 2-2 tie.
Approximately fifteen minutes into
the gameJYSC openedwith a goal and
held the lead until the twenty-second
mark of the first half when Vipers for-
ward Hank Tobener was fouled in the
penalty box to give him a penalty kick
which he converted into a goal to tie the
game at one going into halftime.
The secondhalf featured outstanding
defensive efforts from both teams as
each offense were limited to just a couple
shots on goal.
However, late in the half Vipers mid-
fielder Darby Johns found forward
Austin Groves with a beautiful through
ball at midfield, Groves then out ran the
JYSC defense to the goal and played a per-
fect shot past theJYSC keeper into the
lower right side of the net to give the
Vipers a 2-1 lead and the Vipers held off a
late rally by JYSC to win the champi-
onship.
A proud Coach Patterson said, "Our
team never gave up, even when we were
down a goal. This was a total team victo-
ry with strong play by the forwards, mid-
fielders, defenders and the two
goalkeepers."
With the tournament win the Vipers
finished their season 10-0-0 in regular
season play and 3-0-1 in tournament play.
They also outscored their opponents 59
goals to 10.


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Limited 'Entry Hunts' to be offered Jaguars seek young recruits


SPECIAL TO CLAY TODAY
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conser-
vation Conmnission (FWC) are offering
sportsimen some unique hunting op)por-
tunities for the coming season.
The FWC is providing sportsmen mo-
bility-inmpaired hunts, supervised youth
hunts, family hunts, quail -hunts and
track vehicle and airboat hunts on select-
ed wildlife management areas (WMAs).
Worksheets are available at FWC re-
gional offices and online at
MyFWC.COM/ hunting under "Limit-
ed Entry Hunts." The period for sub-
mitting applications to be included in
the random drawings begins at 10 a.m.
June 20 until July 7. Applications may
be submitted through the Internet, at
tax collectors' offices or at any license
agent. Applications are no longer ac-
cepted by mail.
Mobility-impaired hunts are for per-
sons who require special equipment.
These hunts are not intended for hunters
who have a Florida Disabled Person
Hunting and Fishing Certificate, but
rather those who are permanently con-
fined to a wheelchair, persons who re-
quire the use of mechanical aids
(crutches and walkers) to walk or.those
with complete single-leg amputations.
Another unique hunt is for hunters
8-15 years old. Two WMAs in the North
Central Region (Camp Blanding and
Andrews) offer opportunities for non-
hunting adults to supervise young
hunters on public hunting areas where
the number of hunters and the hunting
areas are rigidly controlled to provide
an optimum learning experience and


maximum safety.
These hunts are popular, and the
muniber of applicants exceeds the nunm-
ber of spaces available each year.
The new Lafayette Creek WMA as well
as Matanzas, Andrews, Devil's Hammnock
and Dinner Island WMAs will offer fan-
ily hunts this year. Applicants age 18 or
older may apply for a permit. The permit
holder is required to bring one to two
children ages 8-15. Unlike the youth hunt,
the family hunt allows the adult supervi-
sor to hunt with the children.
A quota hunt permit will be required
to hunt quail on the Blackwater WMA
Hutton Unit and Blackwater Field Trial
Area in the Northwest Region. There are
seven two-day hunts available on the Hut-
ton Unit and two four-day hunts on the
Field Trial Area. The quota is two groups
per hunt on the Hutton Unit and three
groups per hunt on the Field Trial Area. A
group may consist of up to three hunters.
Shooting hours end at 3 p.m., and the bag
limit is 12 quail per group per day.
Wildlife management areas in the
southern part of the state offer hunters
an unusual challenge because of their
open-marsh landscape. Hunting these
areas requires special vehicles, and the
FWC has established quotas on the num-
ber of vehicles allowed. Permits to oper-
ate track vehicles _on Rotenberger,
Everglades and Francis S. Taylor and
Holey Land WMAs, and permits to op-
erate airboats on Everglades and Fran-
cis S. Taylor WMA are issued in two
random drawings.
For more information on how to
apply for one of these truly unique quota
hunts, visit MyFWC.COM/hunting.


SPECIAL TO CLAY TODAY

250 First Coast children build
healthy bones with Jags rookies
and Winn-Dixie dairy products


JACKSONVILLE Mom was right.
Drinking milk not only is good for you,
but it also leads to other good things. For
250 area youth, that means they get to
work out with the Jacksonville Jaguars
rookie class thisJune.
Winn-Dixie, Tropicana, and the Jack-
sonvilleJaguars are teaming up to cele-
brate National Dairy Month by inviting
250 local children to attend the third an-
nual "Got Skills?" Rookie Day, on Friday,
June 23, where the children will learn the
importance of incorporating dairy prod-
ucts in a healthy diet, as well as learning
valuable athletic skills from theJaguars.
Parents can get registration forms for
their children at their local First Coast
Winn-Dixie store beginning Monday,
June 5 (and ending when camp is full) for
the chance to participate in a football
skills camp conducted byJaguars players.
Registration forms can be found at the
customer service counter in all Clay,
Duval, Nassau and St. Johns County
Winn-Dixie stores. Rookie Day is on a
first come, first served basis, and thus is
limited to the first 250 youth that register
by mail or fax.
S"If you have a child that loves ourJack-
sonvilleJaguars, you'll want to give them
the chance to participate in this once-in-
a-lifetime opportunity to spend a fun-


filled morning alongside thcJaguars'
newest players," said Terry Derreherry, di-
rector of neighborhood marketing for
Winn-Dixic Stores. Inc. "This is a fun
\ ay v teach our clhi'(lrenhow important
dair\ is to their health," added Derrcbcr-
ry.
"Each year we look for ways to get the
Jaguars rookie class involved in the com-
munity," said Mack' Weaver, executive
director of corporate sponsorship for the
Jacksonville Jaguars. "We believe the
'Got Skills?' Rookie Day is an excellent
opportunity to give some of our younger
fans a chance to get to know our newest
players; and to learn about the impor-
tance of dairy products in the type of
well-balanced diet you need whether or
not you play football."
The skills camp will be held onJune 23
on theJaguars practice field at Alltel Sta-
dium, where children will learn from the
team's draft picks and free-agent rookies
and enjoy dairy snacks throughout the
day.
"How do football and dairy go togeth-
er? Well, to play football you need strong
bones, and that means three or more
servings of dairy each day," said Leigh
Ann Kenda, Winn-Dixie's nutritionist.
"The easiest way to ensure children get
enough calcium is through fun-to-eat
and great-tasting dairy snacks, such as
puddings, string cheese, chocolate milk,
and frozen yogurt."
Winn-Dixie is celebratingJune as Na-
tional Dairy Monthwith a month-long se-
ries of events in its stores and throughout
the community. The mission of Nation-
al Dairy Month is to communicate the nu-
tritional benefits of dairy products.


Deadline approaches


for special fall hunts


SPECIALTY CLAY TODAY

The, deadline e d ,:' ippl\ tor % i c Fli i-
da Fish and W idild t C(o se-i vati,..,ii
Common l 1"pL--cial-o ppp ,*i u n it t all
1lini .Jt ine 14.
Spel il-o-ppo n iti h liu ,t kwtl
h iinteile s \ t.e- s .Ll C-:. abiu ( Ilda I .tnii i ct2. t( '
hunter quot-.as andexc elint chanlices to
bag qluali \ deer. hogs and released
quail on some of hle best public. hunt-
ing areas in the state.
Spe i:l-'p,Fportinitvy deer and kild
hog units take place on Fort Drum l I In-
dian River Coiuniv, Lake Panasotflkee
(Sumier CountM\),r Tple N Ralchl
(Osce-ola CouiInt s and CGcenl S\ ampl
\\ it U nt t F'asco CoutI iti\ i ildlife mnu1-
agemnlt areas (WMAsi. Released-


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non refl. ndabc le F5 aplicdatiion is thlNe\
wait, The cost W permits f thed
hunts raiLges itom $i50 lt$ l $175.
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special-opp-,r tuInit y humt pel mitis.


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SPECIAL TO CLAY TODAY

Some of the best soccer teams in the
region will get together to kick off Na-
tional Diary Month sponsored by Winn-
Dixie 3v3 Super Soccer Challenge.
The tournament is a national qualifi-
er for teams with players six-years old to
adult.
Nearly 170 teams from as far away as Key
West, Sarasota and Savannah will descend
on Davis Park Soccer Fields 2445Palm Val-
ley Rd.,Ponte Vedra Beach from SatJune 3
to Sun.June 4 from 9 a.m. to4 p.m.
The teams will be competing with
hope of advancing to the national cham-
pionship at Disney's Wide World of
Sports Complex in August.
Winn-Dixie has partnered with its


vendors to advocate the important health
messages ofJune, National Dairy Month,
to youthandfamilies. Together they will
provide a wide array of dairy products
for players and fans to enjoy throughout
the two-day event. Dairyproducts are es-
sential in a healthy diet and are especial-
ly vital for- children to develop strong,


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Clay County United advances to final four
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PHOTO SPECIAL TO CLAY TODAY
Left to right, kneeling, Marsha Vongjesda, Chelsea King, Kameron Stillwell, Airaka Ramsey, Kara Moore, Tabitha Padgett, Erin Standish, Katie Ickhardt and assistant coach
Debbie Hall. Standing are head coach Daniel Villarreal, Shannon Pringle, Becca Salsman, Katlyn Bailey, Katryna Conklin, Brooke Chancey, Katie McCollum, Justine Quick,
Kaitlyn Sullivan, Monica Hall and assistant coach Bill Hall.


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By Horace Davis, Staff
hdavis@jcpgroup.com

ORANGE PARK When it comes to
sports, in most cases defenses win games
and will place you in the position to win
championships.
Defense is what the Clay County Unit-
ed u15 girls soccer team used to advance
to the State Cup final four when they
shutout three different opponents on
their way to Palm Bay, the site of the final
four beginning tomorrow.
Brooke Chancey led the strong defen-
sive effort in net by making twenty saves
over the three games, in addition she re-


ceived support from her defensive unit
that includes sweeper MarshaVongjesda,
markers Shannon Pringle, Kameron Still-
well andJustine Quick and stop'pet Aira-
ka Ramsey.
"Brooke and the defense came up re-
ally big, she made some fantastic saves
and the defense gave her solid support,"
said assistant coach Debbie Hall.
United came into the weekend with-
out much fanfare from opponents but
after a 1-0 shutout over heavily favored
Valrico teams took noticed of the Clay
County team.
Kara Moore setup teammate Monica
Hall with a perfect cross that Hall de-

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posited into the net past the diving goal-
keeper and that was all of the offense
Chancey and the defense needed as they
put the clamps on Valrico the rest of the
way to advance to a match up against
Melbourne (MEGU).
Against MEGU the defense came up
big again with another shutout victory of
4-0 but this time the offense also got in
on the action as Erin Standish scored two
goals and Katie Eckhardt added another
tally, Tabitha Padgett assisted on two of
the goals and Shannon Pringle andJus-
tine Quick added an assist apiece.
"This was a total team effort during
the weekend, the girls really played well
together and the fact that they play for
several county schools di i i i 1:' -' hI-' I
year and come togeili d-h1i riing [thii time


is great. There are no individuals they are
a team," added Hall.
United ended the weekend with a 1-0
win overJupiter from South Florida and
are iin.'n ex itrcd about the prospect of
playing in the final four and their first
i: o nld si; ngle elimination game will be
against Pensacola who is also a defensive
minded team, so United is preparing for
a close to the vest.game that may come
down to pc lah kicks to decide a winner.
Although United is not looking past
Pensacola, they are hoping to win and also
are pulling forJackl, .in\ ille Yiuth Soccer
(JYS) who pla) in rdi: iiher ,senifinial
against the St. Petersburg Renegades.
"They (JYS) bear uii e.-%lir irn I-li sea-
son 3-1 so we are hI, ,ping ',ei : >- chance
te- aL enCt: ihait llssin ihe finall_" said Hall.


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The USSSA ranked the Crush #1 among ul0 teams in the North Florida.


By Horace Davis, Staff
hdavis@jcpgroup.comn

ORANGE PARK Orange Park Athlet-
ic Association (OPAA) watched as their
ul0 baseball team emerged from a slow
start to post a 35-11 record during the
spring this season, which included a
third place finish at the Super National
Invitational Tournament in Atlanta, a
second place finish at the USSSA north
Florida State Championship in Jack-


sonville and tournament champi-
onships in Brunswick, GA and Panama
City Beach to rise to the #1 ranking in
the USSSA polls.
The Crush team that includes Bryce
Baker, Peyton Williams, Hunter Alexan-
der, Brooks Hill, Andy ToelkenJeremiah
Theus, Hunter McDaniel, Brain Pease,
Andy Diaz, Drew White, Gavin Niquette
and Gage Hutchinson will be back in ac-
tion when they travel to Memphis, TN to
play in the ul0 World Series inJuly.


June 8, 2006


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Back in the saddle


- If only for one day


I love compet-
itive bass fishing.
Getting up at
3:30 a.m. stinks,
S f but once I get
moving, it's a lot
of fun. The big
-5 engines crank-
ing and purring;
__ the sounds of my
Vance McCullough boat number
being called; and
Png then, the.rush
that comes as I
drop the ham-
hooky mer and roar off
h Y into the dawning
wi th day. What sur-
prises does the
day hold? There
Van e are always sur-
prises in store on
the river, some
great, some terrible, but all memorable.
The patient working to fill out a five fish
limit then the constant effort to upgrade
the catch with larger fish. Anticipation
consumes me as I stand in line at weigh in


I *
CORRESPONDENT PH(
Bryan Hudgins shows off the big bass of th

and eye everybody else's bag of fish-they
look so big under the magnification of
that sack-swollen water. Yes, tournament
fishing is a blast. At least it WAS until the
second little bundle of joy came along;
until my job changed;.until the price of
gas went through the roof.
It's been a while since I've fished com-
petitively, so when Orange Park's FLW
tour pro, Bryan Hudgins, invited me to
join him in the Rodheaver's Bay Ranch
Charity Tournament on Saturday, it took
me almost an entire Seco nd to decide -
"Heck % eah! I'd love too."
I had ailos- forgot how nippy the air
cou Id be even in June when you're
doing 70 miles per hour over the pre-
dawn water. At those speeds, bugs be-
come bullets and breakfast if you open
your fiouth. As we came off plane and
settled into our fishing area, I finished
chewing my bug breakfast.
Daybreak is a magical time. To experi-
ence it fully, however, you must see ithap-
pen on the river. It takes on a mystical feels


as thin sheets of fog whisk up and away
over the heads of gators that are flush with
the water's glassy surface, over herons wad-
ing on shore between huge gray cypress
knees at the swamp's edge, and up among
the osprey beginning to glidejust over the
tops of the same towering cypresses. The
suns orange rays filter through the wild
palms and grapevine of the Floridajungle
to burn the rest of the fog into the obliv-
ion, as they will do you when the sun has
climbed to its zenith at midday.
Then there are the fish. A small bass in-
terrupted the calm in the quiet backwater
as he took the fake breakfast I offered
him. He was promptly released, un-
harmed, and for all his disappointment, at
least he didn't eat bugs for breakfast.
As ospreys soared overhead with fish
in their talons, I couldn't help but admire
their catches. To watch Bryan work is a lot
like watching the osprey. He doesn't dive
in and splash the water with rapid wing
beats as he pulls fish out, but he does peer
through the surface glare and pick his
target. He patiently circles, finds the right
angle of attack, and then, at precisely the
right moment, makes his move on the
fish.
After a slow
S: start, the fishgot
really active
during the last
; two or three
hours of -the
tournament
when the wind
Brought gray
clouds and dis-
tant thunder an-
nounced the
inevitable com-
ing of rain. It
Swas during that
f- time that practi-
u b call every fish
we caught

another small
thee" .a.t. n .eled u s ctu
one from the
live well.
On the ride
back rain drops
turned into nee-
dles, stinging my
face as we made
a mad dash
S through the
weather and re-
turned to check
in. "One minute
to spare," shout-
ed Bryan over
the engine's roar
as we sighted the
dock through
the downpour, a
broad grin
breaking across
his face. In tour-
OTO BY VANCE MCCULLOUGH naments there is
e tournament. a one-pound-
per-minute
penalty for returning late. Pros are noto-
rious for pushing time constraints to the
limit in hopes of making that one last
magic cast before ending the day. Did I
mention Bryan is a pro? We arrived in
true pro style almost late.
"There are only 18 boats in this tour-
nament," said Bryan. "But they are some
of the best fishermen in this area, so it
would be really nice to win."
I He has a reputation as a big stick in
these parts and he lived up to that on Sat-
urday.
'We won the event with 19,71-pounds,
including the big fish of the tournament
a 7-pound chunk that Bryan caught at
about 9 a.m. that morning. We boated at
least ten bass and he caught most of
them, but I added three keepers. I missed
one on a top water that would have run
our weight to over 20-pounds.
Bryan lost one in the closing minutes
of the day that weighed 7-pounds and
would have easily given-us twice the
weight of our nearest competitors. I also


lost a huge gar (of no use to us in a bass
tournament) on the frog bait and as any
good fishing buddy would do, Bryan
tried to convince me that I had just lost a
really big bass that would have helped us.
It was GAR. At least that's my story and
I'm sticking with it.
Bryan was a gracious host and I was
humbled to have been his guest. I learned
a thing or two. While I don't recall ever
spending a bad day on the water, I truly en-
joyed this one.
Frank Streeter and Ben Williams
placed second with a little over 13-pounds
at the rain soaked weigh in.
If you didn't know-
June is the month when huge tarpon
come rolling into area waters. The big-eyed
fish can be seen gulping air in our backwa-


ters and main river flats. Thrifty Outdoors
invites you to attend their tarpon fishing
seminar hosted by Captain Kevin Faver of
the Bellsouth Outdoors Show which air on
AM 690 every Saturday morning.
Captain Faver will discuss one of the
most sought-after species of all game fish
on Thursday,June 22 at 7 p.m. Call (904)
786-9080 for details.
Thrifty Outdoors also offers a concealed
weapons class on Saturday;June 24 at 9 am.
Again, call them for details or to hold a seat.


To contact Vance with
comments orsuggestions send
e-mail to 7ma nce8@comncas t. net


WEEKLY CROSSWORD
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CLUES ACROSS
1. Jewish month
5. Chest of drawers
11. Cut into cubes
12. Egg-shaped instrument
14. Rummy
16. May, actress
19. Dark, reddish-brown color
20. Certainly
22. Central nervous system (abbr.)
24. A sword similar to a foil
25. Harold _, New Deal statesman
29. Data Mgmt. Assoc.
30. Canadian province (abbr.)
31. Crow calls
33. Maya artist & architect
34. A gate (Arabic)
36. Confederate soldier (abbr.)
37. European money
40. Edible bivalve
42. F\pie.,sion of sympathy
43. Ribosomal ribonucleic acid
45. Anwar Egyptian statesman
47. PuttinO on the
48. Reciprocal of a sine
50. Sew
53. Sprays water
57. Donkeys sound
59. Having two poles
61. The dead body of a human being
63. The goal in ice hockey
64. Pour out; of wines
65. Break stone

See answers


CLUES DOWN
1. GeneralOs assistant (abbr.)
2. Days (Spanish)
3. Facial pimples
4. Gather'a crop
5. Herbal extracts
6. Genus of crab
7. Radium
8. Before
9. Afflicts-
10. Two-toed sloth
13. Publicized
15. Thus (Latin)
17. A small Asian country
18. Resins from tropical trees
21. Bring forth young
23. Scandium
26. Kilocycle (abbr.)
27. Hearing organ
28. Popular casual attire
30. English radio station
32. One point west of due south
35. Sound of a sheep
37. Strays
38. Weight unit of hydrogen
39. Undo a ribbon
41. Doctor
44. Mexican Indian
46. Air conditioning
49. Police officer
51. Punch card residue
52. Incline from vertical plane
54. Hosiery
55. Enthusiasm
56. Adventure story-,
58. Western Athletic Conference
59. Am. entrepreneur Franklin
60. House title (abbr.)
62. Virginia (abbr.)

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National Safe Boating Week (NSBW),
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where boating activity peaks-NSBW pro-
motes key boating safety initiatives and
the importance of life jackets to the ap-
proximately 78 million recreational
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cidents and avoid drowning. "Skydivers
use parachutes, football players take the
field with helmets on, and responsible
drivers buckle up," notes Virgil Cham-
bers, Executive Director of the Na ional
Safe Boating Council (NSBC). 'Boaterst
can stay safe on our nation's waters by-
adopting the same second-nature ap-
proach to wearing their lifejactkets."
This year, former.Survivor star Rudy
Boesch will help promote a new element
of the "Wear It!" initiative-the "Be a Sur-
vivor!" contest. "Be a Survivor!" will en-
gage recreational boaters nationwide on
the topic of boating safety, inviting indi-
viduals to submit personal testimonials
on how the life jacket has made a differ-
ence in their boating experience. Entries


may be submitted beginning May 20 to
www.SafeBoatingCampaign.com or by
visiting any West Marine(r) store nation-
wide. Winners-announced will be an-
nounced on September 4 and will receive
prizes courtesy of West Marine(r) and
have their stories published in NSBC's
book, Saved By theJacket.
As annual boating fatalities have de-
creased, the percentage due to neglecting
life jacket wear has risen-90 percent of
boaters who drowned in 2004 were NOT
wearing lifejackets. The NSBC hopes to
reverse this trend by raising boater
awareness of advances in the modern life
jacket. Offering the latest technological
innovations, current models can be cus-
tomized for specific water activities and
outings without sacrificing comfort or
freedom of movement
SCoordinated by .the NSBC with the
help of the National Association of State
Boating Law Administrators (NASBLA)
and the U.S. Coast Guard, National Safe
Boating Week (NSBW) is the annual kick-
off for the North American Safe Boating
Campaign. Produced by a grant from the
Aquatic Resources (Wallop-Breaux)
Trustt F I nd. NSBWr ,ie ni ilndls recreational
boaters to boat responsibly. Visit
www.SafeBoatingCampaign.com for
campaign materials and additional safe
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Two fish are enough for record-breaker at Whitey's


By TL Cochran, Correspondent

DOCTORS LAKE Lee Kitchens and
David Tagliarini won this week's Working
Man's Bass Tournament at Whitey's Fish
Camp in record-breaking style.
No one had ever won this tournament
with only two fish before the pair blew
away the competition with two fish total-
ing 12.29 pounds.
The record breaking win could not
have happen for one of the most popu-
lar figures at Whitey's in Tagliarini who
lost his left arm in a boating accident


during the 2003 season and everyone's
happy to see the team is still out their
every week.
"It was a hell of a fish my partner
caught," said Tagliarini of the 7.82-pound
fish.
"We used a bait that we hadn't used in
years, we left the net at home and I had to
thumb that fish with a little problem. But
when I reached down to get the fish I had
nothing to hold me up and Lee had the
rod in his hand and couldn't get to me in
time. That's when he got the second fish
and it stuck me a couple of times before I


CORRESPONDENT PHOTOS BY TL COCHRAN
Tournament favorites David Tagliarini, left, and Lee Kitchens show their two big catch-
es at Whitey's.


could drag it into the boat. It could
have been a disaster but we got them
in," added Tagliarini.
The other half of the winning
team said, "I couldn't believe the
cast, it was perfect. We used spinner
baits today and we never throw spin-
ner baits. I would have liked to take
that fish home and put him in my i
own lake so I could catch him again
and again but I understand the rules
and we've got to follow them. Hope-
fully that fish will live on so I could
catch him agiin when he's
12-pounds in about three years..
That was the nicest fish I've ever
caught in this tournament and I
have to thank Keith Person Toyota
for paying our tournament fees and
StevenJones of Interstate Battery of
SNortheast Florida for taking care of
our boat, we couldn't do this without
their help," said Kitchens.
Second place went to the new-
comers of Tom Debruhl and Mike
Rogers.
"We caught that on our second
cast. Any other night it would have Youi
the
won the Big Fish money but not Mae
tonight. However, it was lots of funs
because we caught something on
every other cast, some were short and we
lost a couple keepers but nothing of that
magnitude. A quarter of pound that's
fishing," said Debruhl.
Finishing in the top three once again
was father and son team of Chad Cox and
his Dad Terry.
"It was another good week, we should
have got a limit (5 fish) but my Dad is just
learning to fish and I'm still learning too,
however, I think we are getting better and
better. Last year at this time we were in last
place and this year we're in the top ten,"
said Chad Cox.
Tournament regular Lee Stalvey


ng fishing fan Hayden Peatree holds one of
bass caught in Thursday nights Working
n's Bass tournament.

placed fourth and said, "We did pretty
good, my father-in-law fished with me
tonight and we caught most of these off
some tree tops. It's been an unbelievable
season so far, winning the Wolfson tour-
nament a couple of weeks ago was the
highlight of the year and my Dad and
brother-in-law won here last week," said
Stalvey.
Rounding out the final money paying
position was David.Lee and Paul Kille-
brew who said, "We got lucky using our
bright blue jig, fishing around some thick
cover. It's coming to our time of the year.
We had the bites tonight."


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tower, rock walls, obstacle courses and
more during the camp, but the deadline
in June 12 and only 60 campers can go.
The cost is $50 that includes room,
board and three meals a day.
Applications can be picked up at the
Clay County Sheriff's office on Green
Cove or the substations in Middleburg
and Orange Park.
For moreinformationcontactDeputy Tim
Geohagan, Camp PAL Director at (904) 219-
5481 or email to tgeohagan@claysheriff.com
Keystone Vipers wants you
The Keystone Youth Soccer Club ul5
Vipers Premier traveling team is cur-
rently looking to fill spots on its roster for
the upcoming fall season.
Any competitive soccer player that is
interested may contact head coach,
Duane Patterson at (352) 473-7178 or
(352) 235-0393.

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Football registration at Bel-Med
Bel-Med Athletic Association is having
registration for Pop Warner Tackle Foot-
ball / Cheerleading for the 2006 season.
Player must be five years of age by
Aug 1, 06 and may not be 16 by Aug 1,
The cost for football is $140 and cheer-
leading is $220.
Registation times are every Monday
from 6 to 8 pm at 445 Woodside Drive in
Orange Park or for more information
call (904) 264-1910 or visit our website @
www.bel-med.com
Kick It to host Soccer tourney
Kick It is hosting a 3v3 soccer tourna-
ment at Eagle Harbor Soccer Complex
on Saturday June 10 through Sunday
June 11.
To register or for more information
visit www.kickit3v3.com
CCSC opens camp and player reg
Clay County Soccer Club has an-
nounced their summer camp sessions be-
ginning onJune 19 toJune 23, session two
isJune 26 toJune 30 and session three will
be fromJune 10 toJune 14 for the cost of
$105 per session at the Eagle Harbor Soc-
cer Complex.
In addition they will hold new player
registration fromJuly 8 toJuly 15 at 9 a.m.
to 1 p.m. for their U6 through U19 teams.
Also advanced tryouts will begin on
June 12 toJune 16.
For more information visit www.clay-
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Lady Eagles to hold camp
Wilkinson Junior High will have a
basketball camp fromJune 12 toJune 16
for girls in grades four through eight.
The hours willbe from 2p.nm to5 p.m. and
9 am. to noon on Friday in the gymnasium.
The cost will be $30 and includes a
camp T-shirt and a certificate.
For more information contact coach
Jackie Sirmopoulos at (904) 291-5500
Softball pitcher needed
A 14U girls travel team has an opening
for a pitcher with a fastball at 50+mph,
along with 2-3 specialty pitches. The play-
er will share pitching duties with two
other pitchers for tournaments.
The team is ASA, ISA, USFA, USSSA
sanctioned and travels between SE Geor-
gia and Central Florida. Call head coach
at 449-4588.
FIHS Soccer Camp
Fleming Island High School is offer-
ing a soccer camp for kids 6-14 years old.
The camp is onJuly 17-21 from 8 a.m.
to noon and costs $100.
For more information, contact Frank
Pontore or Heather Teto at (904) 541-2100.
Signups begin at OPAA
Registration for football and cheer-
leading at OPAA (orange building) be-
gins on May 20 andJune 10 for football
from 9 am to noon and the cost is $150.
The last cheerleading sign-up date is
June 6 from 5 to7 p.m. with a registration
fee of $350 or $375 with a sponsor.
Cheerleaders are advised to wear a
bathingsuitbecauseuniformswillbetriedon
Spartan Aquatic Club opens reg
The Spartan Aquatic Club will take reg-
istrations for their summer swimteam at
St.Johns Country Day School beginning
Friday, April 21 from 3:30 p.m. to 6:45 p.m.
For more information contact Dale
Porter at (904) 264-9572 ext 4252.
Youth basketball at YMCA
The YMCA is accepting youilhbasket-
ball registration for boys and girls ages 4-
11 at Barco-Newton and ages 4-17 at
Dye-Clay Family YMCA.
Registration has begun and will con-
tinue through May 18.
For more information contact the
YMCA at (904) 272-4304.



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Join boys basketball coach Ivin Gun-
der and girls coach Kim Pereira for the
third annual Golden Eagle skills and
drills summer basketball camp begin-
ning onJune 5-8 for session one orJune
12-15 for session two.
Grades 3-5 will meet from 8:30am to
ll:30am and Grades 6-8 from 12:30-
3:30pm
The cost is $65 for one session or $100
for both, registration deadline is May 15
and space is limited.
For more information contact Sherri
Wilson at (904)-651-8899 or fihsbasket-
ball@comcast.net
Golden Eagle opens football
camp
The Fleming Island Golden Eagles is
having a skills and drills football camp
with flag football game competition be-
ginning onJune 19 to 22 from 8 a.m. to
noon at the high school's football stadium.
The cost for the camp is $125 that in-
cludes t-shirt, awards and former college
and professional personalities as guest
speakers.
For more information or to register
contact head football coach Neil Chipo-
letti at (904) 215-6505.
The deadline to register isJune
BMAA registration
Bel-Med Athletic Association is hav-
ing registration for the 2006 spring base-
ball/softball season.
Registration includes (hat, shirt &
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.com
Bandits softball tryouts
The Jacksonville Bandits fast pitch
softball team willbe having tryouts for
their U14 travel team.on Mondays and
Thursday beginning Feb. 2.
Practices will be held at the Equestrian
Center Softball Fields (Field 1) at 13611
Normandy Blvd. From 6:30pm to 8pm
For more information contact the
team mom at (904) 282-2202

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Date: June 25, 2006 Time: 1:30 P.M. Shotgun
Place: Golf Club at Fleming island Cost: S45.00 Per Person
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Rain Date: July 9. 2006
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VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL

IN KEYSTONE: From Sunday, June
11-Thursday, June 15, from 6-9 p.m. fol-
lowedby a family night dinner on Friday,
June 16, at 6 p.m. at First Baptist Church
of Keystone, 550 W. Walker Drive on SR
100. Call (352) 473-7201 to register.

IN MIDDLEBURG: From Monday,
June 19, to Friday,June 23, from 9 a.m. to
noon at United Methodist Church. 651-
7759.

EXPRESS: MondayJune 19, to Friday,
June 23, from 9 a.m. to noon at Advent
Lutheran Church, 2156 Loch Rane Blvd.
272-6370.

FMU COMMUNITY CARE DAY:
SaturdayJune 17, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., FMU
Orange Park Campus, 805 Wells Road.
Call (904) 264-9122.

EVENTS

FREE LUNCHES TO CHILDREN:
The Girl Scouts are coordinating with
Asbury United Methodist Church to dis-
tribute free lunches to children each
weekday from noon to 1 p.m. weekdays at
Tanglewood Park. Call Ray Longina at
(904) 284-7088.

AARP DRIVER SAFETY CLASS:
June 24 andJuly 6, from 10 a.m. to 2:15 p.m.,
Webb Wesconnett Public Library, 6887
103rd Street,Jacksonville. There is a $10 reg-
istration fee. Call (904) 276-3426 to register.

BUDGET, FINANCE AND PER-
SONAL COMMITTEE MEETING:
Will meet Monday, June 19, at 2 p.m. in
the BCC meeting room of the Adminis-
tration Building, 477 Houston St., Green
Cove Springs.

BCC TRANSPORTATION COM-
MITTEE MEETING: Wednesday,June
14, at 2 p.m. in the Board of County Com-
missioners meeting room on the forth
floor of the Clay County Administration
Building. 284-6301.

THE ROCKING REDHATS
LUNCH: Monday,June 19, at 2 p.m. at the
G:. ldc in C-i a. All l.dic.s iinrc. n sicld ..aJ e-
mail Sandra Brimer at BRIMER-
SLEE@netzero.net.

FARMERS MARKET TOWN
MEETING: FridayJune 23, at 6:30 p.m. at
Keystone Heights Town Hall. Residents
will discuss if there is interest in buying
local farm products. Call the Extension
Service, (904) 284-6355 for details.


RELIGION

HALLELUJAH SALAD SUPPER:
Thursday,June 15,7 p.m. at Discover Fam-
ily Chropractic, 1339 Blanding Blvd., No.
5. This handoff event continues the
group started by Carol Strayer. Bring a
vegan dish to pass (food provided for
newcomers). Call (904) 272-6886.

GOD FIRST BUSINESS NET-
WORK: Meets the first and third Tues-
day of each month 7:30am at the
Celebration Church Orange Park Cam-
pus, 512 Kingsley Ave. Breakfast.is served
-First Time Visitors Free. 483-6881.

CALLED 4 ACTION GROUP: Meets
the last Tuesday of every month at 7 p.m.
at the Fellowship Bible Church, 2827 CR
220.291-9889.


MINISTRY COTTAGE BIBLE
STUDY/PRAYER: Meets for "Where
Eagles Gather" Tuesdays at 9:30 a.m. in
the home of Lee Keeler. 213-1722.

COOKBOOK SALE: At 1743 CR 220
courtesy of Fleming Island Presbyterian
Church. Cookbooks contain 181 local
recipes for $15 at. 269-2412.

THE EVANGELISM AND HOME
MISSIONS DEPARTMENT: Meet the
third Saturday of the month from 10 a.m.-
1 p.m. in the parking lot at Clay Theater.
Meetings include gospel singing and
preaching. 284-5089.

COMMUNITY CHURCH SINGING:
Certain Saturday afternoons and
evenings beginning inJune with Shiloh
at the Gospel Barn. Exact dates not yet de-
termined. Call Tom Forbes at 824-6027
for more information.


HEALTH

HOSPICE OF JACKSONVILLE:
Currently seeking volunteers. 733-9818.

MOMS CLUB OF ORANGE
PARK/WESTSIDE: Meets the second
Thursday of each month from 10-11 a.m.
at Calvary United Methodist Church, 112
Blanding Blvd., across from the Orange
Park Mall. 504-6016.

BREASTFEEDING SUPPORT
GROUP: Meets with the La Leche
League of Orange Park the second Tues-
day of the month at Orange Park United
Methodist Church's Family Life Center.
284-0785.

LYMPHEDEMA AWARENESS
FOUNDATION SUPPORT GROUP:
Meets the fourth Monday o f the month
at7 p.m. at the Orange Park Cancer Cen-
ter. 269-9113.

MY LAST DIET PLAN: Free weight
loss support group meets bi-weekly on
Friday at7 p.m. 588-6409.

FREE REHABILITATION SEMI-
NAR: The first Wednesday of the month
from 4-5 p.m. Offered by the Rehab.
Dept of Orange Park. 276-7170.

SPANISH FOR HEALTHCARE
PROFESSIONALS: Mondays from 6-8
p.m. at the Orange Park Medical Center
Banquet are.. 10-we:e course costs $50
arnd includes textbook. 482-0189.

CLAY COUNTY VOLUNTEER
MEDICAL CLINIC: Free medical care
for individuals with inadequate or no
health insurance at the Clay County
Health Clinic, 3229 Bear Run Blvd. 282-
0439.

BETTER BREATHERS SUPPORT
GROUP: Fourth Tuesday of the month
at 2 p.m. at the Kindred Hospital North
Florida. 284-9230.

UNITED OSTOMY ASSOCIA-
TION: Jacksonville Chapter meets the
third Sunday of the month at 3p.m at
Baptist Medical Center. 744-4082.

FIBROMYALGIA SUPPORT
GROUP: Meets the first Thursday of
each month from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the
Life Care Center on Kingsley Avenue.
291-1099.


ONGOING EVENTS

FLEMING ISLAND GENEALOGY
CLUB: Meet the first Monday of each
month at 7 p.m. in the Clay County Head-
quarter L library, 1895 Towne Center Blvd.
278-3722.

ORANGE PARK WOMEN'S CLUB
THRIFT SHOP: Open Wednesdays and
Saturday s from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Funds are
used to provide scholarships to qualified
high school seniors.

TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly):
Meets Tuesdays from 10 a.m.-12 p.m. at
Calvary United Methodist Church, 112
Blanding Blvd. 269-6465.

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SUPPORT
GROUP: Wednesdays from 7 8:30p.m.
at Quigley House. 284-0340.

ART GUILD OF ORANGE PARK,
INC.: Meets the first Tuesday of each
month Sept.-May at 7 p.m. in the Orange
Park Library. 215-9177.

BARREL RACING: Every Saturday
at 7 p.m. at 308 Tanglewood Blvd. Cost is
$3 for members and $5 for non-mem-
bers. 282-1631.

BOOK DISCUSSION GROUP:
Meets the second Tuesday of the Month
at 7 p.m. at the Orange Park Library. 278-
4750.

CAREGIVER SUPPORT GROUP:
Meets the third Wednesday of the month
from 3:45-5:15 p.m. at Hospice of the
Lakes, 6400 St.Johns Ave., Palatka and 11
a.m.-12 p.m. the first Monday of the
month at Hospice of Jacksonville, 8130
Baymeadows Way W, Suite 101. (800) 816-
0596 or (866) 733-9818.

CAREGIVER/ALZEHEIMER
SUPPORT GROUP: Meets the third
Tuesday of the month from 6:30-7:45 p.m.
at the Orange Park Senior Center. 264-
5977.

CHRISTIAN MOTORCYCLIST
ASSOCIATION: Meets Fridays from 6-
8 p.m. at Zaxby's at Blanding and Kings-
ley and again on the fourth Saturday of
the month from 5-6 p.m. at Orange Ave.
Baptist Church, Green Cove Springs.

CLAY COUNTY COUPON CLUB:
Meets every third Wednesday of the
month at 10 a.m. at the Orange Park Li-
brary.284-2937.

COMMUNITY HOSPICE OF
NORTHEAST FLORIDA: Bereave-
ment Support Group meetings on Thurs-
day, Feb.2 and March 9 from 6:30-8 p.m. at
728 Blanding Blvd., Suite 1.

COMPASSIONATE FRIENDS:
Meets first Monday of every month at
Trinity Baptist Church, 3716 SE State
Road 21. Welcomes parents, siblings,
grandparents, and family members. (352)
4737261.

DISABLED AMERICAN VETER-
ANS 38: Meets the second Tuesday of
each month at 7 p.m. at 470 Madera Dr.,
Orange Park.

FIND -A NETWORKING GROUP
FOR BUSINESS: Meets Thursdays at the
Eagle Harbor Golf Club from 7:30-9-: 30
a.m. The $10 fee includes breakfast. 213-
8564.
FRIDAY NIGHT DANCE CLUB:


Meets at the Orange Park Lion Club, 423
McIntosh Ave. Non-mmcbers $8, men-
bers $6.i :-41-1 1.

GEN. ROY S. GEIGER DETACH-
MENT OF THE MARINE CORPS
LEAGUE: Meets the third Monday of the
month at 7 p.m. at the Middleburg VFW.
272-5013.

GRACE EPISCOPAL CHURCH
GRIEF SHARING PROGRAM: Nov. 8-
Jan. 31 FROM 6:30-8:30 PM. at 245 Kings-
ley Ave., Conference Room B. 264-9981.

GREEN COVE SPRINGS LI-
BRARY: Offers preschool story hour
every Friday at 10:30 a.m. For children 3-
6 years old. 269-6315.

GREEN COVE SPRINGS/PENNEY
FARMS LIONS CLUB: Meets the sec-
ond and fourth Wednesday of the month
at noon at Ronnie's Wings, Oysters and
More Restaurant in Green Cove Springs.
868-9683.

IMPROVEJACKSONVILLE COM-
EDY THEATRE: Wine tasting the sec-
ond and fourth Friday of the month at 6
p.m. Cost is $10.49-FUNNY.

JACKSONVILLE PIPES AND
DRUMS: Meets Wednesdays at 5:45-9
p.m. at Mandarin High School. 264-2173

LOOKING GOOD-SELF-HELP
GROUP FOR PEOPLE WITH M.S.:
the second Saturday of the month at 11
a.m. 278-8060.

MILITARY OFFICERS ASSOCIA-
TION: Meets on the third Wednesday of
every month. 213-0701.

MOMS CLUB OF ORANGE
PARK / WESTSIDE: Meets the second
Thursday of the month atlO a.m. at Cal-
vary United Methodist Church, 112
Blanding Blvd.688-0077.

NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS:
Meets Thursdays 8 p.m. at St. Mary's Epis-
copal Church in Green Cove Springs.

OLDE FARM INC: Distributes free
food every Friday from 3:30-5:30 p.m.
Take County Road 218 west to Carter
Spencer Road, then south approximate-
ly two miles to the Carter Spencer farm,
the former HamJam site. 291-3852.

ORANGE PARK MEDICAL CEN-
TER'S WELLNESS WEDNESDAYS:
Meets the last Wednesday of the month
from 7-10 a.m. in the hospital's Registra-
tion Lobby on Kingsley Ave. 213-2601.

ORANGE PARK WOMEN'S CLUB
THRIFT SHOP: Open Wednesdays and
Saturday froml0 a.m.-1 p.m.. Funds from
sales will go for scholarships.

QUIGLEY HOUSE: Offers free serv-
ices for victims of sexual assault and
abuse, including counseling, advocacy
and information. Call the confidential
24-hour hotline: (800)-339-5017.



WClay Electric Cooperative, Inc.
A Touchsm Energy Cooprative
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Ten Star Basketball Camp
Final applications are now being eval-
uated for the Ten Star All Star Summer
Basketball Camp.
The camp is by invitation only for
-boys and girls ages 10-19 with college bas-
ketball scholarships possible for players
selected to the All-American team;
Past participants include MichaelJor-
dan, Tim Duncan, Vince Carter and
Grant Hill.
For a free brochure call (704) 373-
0873.-
Stetson U. holds basketball camp
Stetson University basketball coach
Derek Waugh is holding several different
basketball skill camps throughout the
summer.
June 9-11 is the shooting campJune 11-
15 is position camp,June 26-30 andJuly
23-28 is individual camp.
There also will be a high school team
camp on June 24 & 25.
For more information contact Sebas-
tian Singletary at (386)822-8101 or ssin-
glet@stetson.edu
American Cancer Society 5K walk
The American Cancer Society is mak-
ing strides against breast cancer when
they host a 5K walk on Sat. Sept 30 begin-
ning at Orange Park's Town Hall Park
that proceeds along River Road.
Come out and enjoy a morning of fun
while helping to fight breast cancer,
form a team today or there are many
sponsorships available.
To register a team or for more infor-
mation contact Anita Sullivan at (904)
264-6039 ext 113 or email anita.Sulli-
van@cancer.org
OP team seeks baseball players
Orange Park 12-year-old Boys Base-
ball Travel Team is currently seeking
players for tryouts. Practices will start in
December and season will last through
May and possibly June.
Players cannot turn 13 before May 1,
2006; Previous travel ball experience is
preferred. For more information call
(904)759-6016.
Homerun club meeting
Baseball homerun club meetings will
be held at Ridgeview High School on the
second Monday of every month at 7 p.m.
For more information callJackie Simp-
kins at 251-5102.


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For All Your
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Clay County


C CLASSIFIED _
WALTER WILLIAMS REALTY, INC.
1^~ ^~ LF E~ E4701 Hwy. 17 South Ste. 107
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Episcopal Children's Services
Better Lives Start With Better Begining.t


WORKSource
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In partnership with Worksource, ECS will be accepting applica-
tions and conducting interviews for Preschool Teachers on June
8th between 10am 1:30pm at the Clay Worksource located at
1845 Town Center Blvd. Suite 150, Orange Park FL 32003.

Our Preschool Teachers provide a warm, nurturing, stimulating, safe and loving environ-
ment where each child has the opportunity to develop language, cognitive, social, emo-
tional and physical skills appropriately. Our teachers support and participate in ECS
activities that support the mission of closing the literacy gap and working towards meet-
ing the goals of each child. Positions are located in Clay and Duval counties.

Our positions require previous childcare experience and a HS Diploma. CDA or AA
degree in early childhood education would be preferred but not essential.

We offer an excellent compensation and benefits package, including:

Competitive starting salaries commensurate with experience and credentials.
Health, Dental and Life Insurance.
Retirement Plan 403(b).
Paid Tuition for Continuing Education.
Child care discount
Paid Vacation and Holidays


ECS, where Better Lives Start with Better Beginnings.

All interested applications should attend Worksource on June 8th 2006 between
10am 1.00pm or apply to ECS 100 Bell Tel Way Suite 100 Jacksonville, Florida
32216. Resumes may be faxed to (904) 726 1520 or emailed to sdayton(gecs4kids.org.
ECS is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action / Drug Free Employer.
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Kindred Hospital North
Florida has an opening for a
full time Custodian. Flexible
hours, Competitive pay.
Custodian/floor technician
experience preferred. Apply
in person.
Kindred offers an excellent salary
& benefits package including life,
health & dental insurance, 401(k)-
retirement plan, tuition assistance
and an opportunity to grow with a
leader in the healthcare industry.

r Kindred Hospital
J North Florida
801 Oak Street
Green Cove Springs, FL 32043
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Part Time Data Entry
Clerk for
Green (ose Springs Co.
10 Ke\ experience a
must.l general office skills
needs, A R experience a
Plus. MNonday-Frida\.
appro\imatel\ 25 hours.
Appl\ in person at
4169 (-)akridge A\ e.
Green Co\ e Springs or
Fax resume to
904-284-5570.
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1 years retail management exp. pref.

ASST. MANAGERS
6 months supervisory exp. preferred

LEAD CLERKS & CLERKS

We have opportunities in the
Stark, Palatka, Middleburg &
Keystone Heights areas!
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400 N. State Rd. 19 Palatka, FL 32177
If you can't attend, please forward your
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Life
care
centers
of America
DIETARY AID
Positions Available
Experience Required
Competitive Pay
& Benefits
In Mission-Driven
Environment
Life Care Center of
Wells Crossing
Call: 904-264-1950 or
Fax Resumes:
904-264-6574 EOE
CES- 0010-230Q

OWNER
OPERATORS
& Class A Drivers

WANTED
75% of Line Haul
Call Marc
(9041278-6854

HST & SONS
Is looking for a qualified CDL
class A driver to haul aggregate
material (sand, rock) to local
sand pits. Drivers should have
2 years experience with no more
than 3 points on their license.
Pay is based on percentage bases
but the more loads hauled,
the more money you make.
Interested qualified drivers g
should call:
(904) 838-6534


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An Activity Assistant to work 2 days a week.
Must be a bright and energetic person, who
enjoys working with the elderly. Must be able to
work week nights + some weekends.
Governors Creek Health + Rehabilitation Center
803 Oak St. Green Cove Springs, FL 32043
or call 284-5606, Ask for Ann Coyle


Lawn Worker
Needed
SMiddleburg
Area
2 Months Commercial
Experience Preferred
Call Larry in the Evening
866-529-1872




ENTRY LEVEL
Orange Park Area,
Must be 18 years Old or Older
& Possess High School
Diploma. Some Computer
Experience Required
904-688-1354


CLERICAL
General Office Duties
MS Word &
Excel Helpful
Q Books A Plus
FI Pump Service
192 Industrial Loop

Maintenance
Person Needed
for Local Apartment
Complex. AC & Pool
Experience a Must!
Full or Part Time
904-272-7800
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NOW HIRING FOR:
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DISHWASHERS
Exp. Mature Responsible
Team Players
Must be able to work.all
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Please Apply in Person
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Certified Traimgng
Earn Over
$800 Per Week
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Volunteer Coordinator,
Middleburg. 20 hrs/wk.,
M-F flexible, 1 Sat/mo.
Recruit and retain volunteers,
arrange lunch donations.
Computer -skills, organized,
people skills. $9.50/hr
Fax 904-282-7591;
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For General MNIdtal Tiaispornaroii
Multiple Positions. Must Have
Current CDL or Class E License.
No Moving Violations Within
3 years. Applicants Must Pass DOT
Physical/Eye/Exam, and Drug Test
Requirements. Please Apply at
Clay County Council on Aging, Inc.
604 Walnut Street, Green Cove Springs,
FL3201n EOF'DA

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TRUSS
BUILDERS
NEEDED
First & Second Shift.
Apply in Person
1005 Bunker Ave.
904-284-1110 1


LIBRARY BRANCH
MANAGER II
Clay County BCC seeking apps
for Library Branch Manager II.
Salary Low $40s with outstand-
ing benefits. Req. MSLS and
min. 4 yrs management exp.
Fax resume to 904) 278-3616.
See www.claycounlygov.com
for full details.
NO PHONE CALLS
EEO/DFWP
Legal no. 8476 published
June 8, 2006 in Clay County's
Clay Today newspaper.


Flexible Hrs. Rate
Negotiable. (Gold Seal
Facility) Please contact
Diane Lutzen
(904) 284-8578
Penney Retirement
Community.
iDrug Free Work Place & EOE.
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RN/LPN
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Geriatric experience a must.
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294123 On Dr's Lake!! Cozy 3
bedroom 2.5 bath home located on
almost 3 acres of secluded property
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Call Beth Clark@278-3328
$1,850,000

291328 Summers a must here@
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$310,000

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back yard.
Call Dawn Dame@278-3350
$163,900

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$669,000

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kitchen, triple pocket sliders,
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Call Karen Wentz@278-3325
$329,900

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in formal dining, 2-sided fireplace,
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$305,000

302584 Great investor buy or first-
time home buyer. 3/2 brick with
fenced yard and two-car garage.
Call Gary Akins@278-3322
$151,000

302585 Great open floor plan with
patio facing beautiful flowing creek,
split bedrooms and large yard. Close
to beaches, Hog Pen Creek runs
through property.
Call Dreme Stubbs@278-3329
or Patricia Sherman@
278-3332 $233,000

301996 Beautiful all brick home,
split bedroom features walk-in closet,
tile in foyer, kitchen and baths, corner
wood-burning fireplace, fully fenced
backyard on a large corner lot.
Call Pebbles Capes@278-3314
or Maureen Harmon@
278-3319 $184,999

302366 One of the best cul-de-sac
locations in Waverly .at Oakleaf,
huge landscaped lot, fenced, 270
sq.ft. extended screened lanai, split
floor plan with living and dining
rooms, huge master w/garden bath,
open kitchen, breakfast bar and
nook, fireplace in family.
Call Karen Wentz@278-3325
$294,900




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Miscellaneous V


Happy Garage Door Man
Your Garage Door Needs
Broken Springs, Panel
Replacements, Openers
Installed & Repaired,
24 Hour Emergency Service,
New Installations
904-705-1738

L & H Welding, LLC
Fabrication
Mobile Repairs on Heavy
Equipment (Tractors, Back
Hoes, Dump Truck Bodies)
Over 20 Years Experience
Leon Haselwood, Jr
Cert/Insured 289-9423
Or 219-8999

Professional Handyman Serv.
Quality Craftsmanship,
Affordable Prices!
Painting, Pressure Washing,
Water Damage, Lawn
Maintenance, Replacement
Tile, Drywall & More!
904-497-8888
WARNING HURRICANES!!
Protect your home & Family,
Now! Storm Windows, Storm
Shutters Shop at home: Facto-
ry-Direct Pricing EZ financing
available Call for your Free Con-
sultation & Estimate 1-800-585-
5970 Ext. 208 cpf

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






Townhouses &
Condos For Rent

St.Augustine 2br/2ba Ground
Floor Condo. Pool Side w/
Incredible Ocean View $1000/
Wk 904-272-7512 / 505-0083

Apartments
For Rent

AVAILABLE NOW!
3 Bed / 2 Bath Apartments
Screened Patio, WD Connect
Clay Co Schools 282-0975

CLAY SPRINGS APARTMENTS
A CREAT PLACE TO LIVE!1, 2 & 3
BR HC AND NON-HC ACCESSIBLE
APARTMENTS. RENTAL ASSIS-
TANCE MAY BE AVAILABLE. HUD
VOUCHERS ACCEPTED.
CALL 904-284-5159 TD D/TTY 711
101 JOEY DRIVE, GCS, FL.
EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY


ST. JOHNS
APARTMENTS
ORANGE PARK
Now Accepting Applications for
1 & 2 Bedroom Apartments. Kitchen
equipped, CH & A, Wall-to-Wall Carpet.
For more information call:
TTD [800] 95-8770
[004]272-1448
Monday-Friday l0am-Spm
Equal Housing Opportunity




GREEN COVE SPRINGS
HIGHLAND APARTMENTS
Now Accepting Applications.
Rent based on income.
S1; 2 and 3 Bedrooms
SCentral Heat & Air
SKitchen Appliances
Carpet
Call 904-284-7256
Monday-Friday
9:00 a.m. -
V 5:00 p.m. B

CLT-003230


oreen cove pnngs
Now Accepting Applications.
Rent based on income.
2 and 3 Bedrooms
Central Heat & Air
Kitchen Appliances
Carpet
Call 904-284-7751
Monday-Friday
f 9:00 a.m. to
5:00 p.m.

G.C.S, MiddleBg, Orange Pk,
Westside, Baymeadows,
Beaches, Mandarin, South-
side. Efficiencies $100/wk,
Apartments $150, Houses
Furn/Unfurn Weekly/Monthly
904-302-5753
1 BR Apartment
for Rent. $550/mo,
$400 Security Deposit.
No Pets. Call 529-9058

Rooms To Rent I



Mature Christian Female
Seeks Female Roommate to
Share Home & Common
Areas in Fleming Island
Area, No-Smoking
$600/mo + Sec Nego.
Furn or Unfurnished
Utilities Inc. 904-502-2966
904-629-5054

Homes For Rent


Argyle Highland Lakes,
3br/2ba, $1200/mo With Op-
tion to Buy 904-260-1703







Autumn Glenn, 4br/2ba
Townhome, W/D & All
Appliances, 1643 Sq. Ft.,
$1100. Vacant
Property Management,
Pittman Realty, Inc.
Claudia Carr P.M.
264-9501 or 463-5499




Eagle Harbor, 4br/2ba,
2324 Sq. Ft., Nice Floor
Plan, No Pets $1500
PropertyManagement
Pittman Realty, Inc.,
Claudia Carr, P.M.
264-9501 / 463-5499



Eagle Harbor 4br/3ba, 2282
Sq. Ft., Formal LR & DR,.
Lrg Family Room, $1550
Property Management,
Pittman Realty, Inc.,
Claudia Carr
264-9501 or 463-5499


-
Fleming Island, 4br/3ba,
2282 Sq. Ft., Lookout
Landing $1600. Property
Management Pittrman
Realty, Inc. Claudia Carr,
.M.264-9501 o 463-5499



Gated Community,
3br/2ba, 2025 Sq. Ft., Yard
Service Inc in Rent. $1650
Property Management,
Pittman Realty, Inc
Claudia Carr, P.M
264-9501 or463-5499 -







Meadowbrook, 3br/2ba,
Small But Clean, Fenced
Yard .$750 Property Man-
agement, Pittman Realty
Claudia Carr, P.M 264-9501
or 904-463-5499


Pebble Brooke, 3br/2ba,
Corner Lot, Pets Accepted,
W/D Inc. $1100
Property Management,
Pittman Realty. Inc,
Claudia Carr, P.M,
264-9501 or 463-5499

OP lbr/lba, Ridgewood, New
Carpet & Cabinets, $450/mo +
1st & Last 904-276-4397
3/2, New Carpet, New Paint
In & Out, Lg Fenced Lot on
Cul-de-sac in Heritage Hills.
$1,200/mo + Sec. Dep.
278-5110

Office
Retail Space

Harbor Industrial Park in
GCS has New Warehouses
for lease. 4,000 & 6,000 sq ft.
Call 272-8600 For More Info

1200 Sq. Ft., Office Retail
Units on.US 17, G.C.S, BB4
$1300/mo 904-673-4019

Mobile Homes I
For Rent_

MB Singlewide, 3br/1.5ba,
CH/A, References Required
$600/mo + $300/dep
904-276-1579

OP 2/2, CHA, Private Lot,
NO PETS
$600/mo + $600/dep
904-282-9340

Singelwide Mobile Home,
2br/1ba, in Middleburg,
$550/mo + $500/Dep, NO
PETS, Ref Req'd 282-4289

2br/1ba, Mobile Home, Drug
Free, Very Secure & Private,
No Pets, Remodeled & Very
Clean, Ref Req'd $500/dep +
$500/mo Rent 272-1943






Homes
For Sale

OP, Foxridge, 674 Ridgehill
Dr, 4br/2ba, Lg Lot, Lg
Kitchen, LR, DR, Den, Screen
Porch, Well & Irri., 272-1126

OP, Starter Home, Won't Last
3br/1.5ba, $125,000. Call
Denice Marsh 305-3880 or
Ryan Wilson 449-1052
Watson Realty Corp



"Tanglewood" 3/1.5, ICar
Garage $159,990, "Cinna-
mon Lakes" 3/2, 2 Car Ga-
rage, New Roof, New Carpet
$164,990, "Westin" 3/2, 2
Car Garage, 5 Yrs Old, Gar-
den Tub, Lake Front
$189,990, "Settlers Land-
ing" 3/2, 2 Car Garage, New
Siding & A/C $162,900. Rent
w/ Option to Buy Also
Available 904-260-1703 for
Appt

Miscellaneous
Getaways For Sale

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Accommodates largest RV's.
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6808 cpf

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or Rent a Timeshare fast! Call
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ext 700 HYPERLINK


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A FREE BROCHURE At West-
ern Carolina Real Estate, we
offer the best Mountain Proper-
ties in North Carolina. Homes
and Land available. Call 800-
924-2635.
WesternCarolinaRE.com cpf

AAH! COOL MOUNTAIN
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Mountain Cabins Land, River,
Mountains, Streams Call for
Free Brochure 1-877-837-2288
Exit Realty Mountain View
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816-4363 cpf

BANK FORECLOSURES!
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room available! HUD, Repos,
REO, etc. These homes must
sell! For Listings call 1-800-425-
1620 ext. 3231 cpf

BEAUTIFULTENNESSEE
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Lake Perfect for Cabin Weekend
Get-A-Way. Utilities Great In-
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nancing From $29,900
931-839-2968 cpf

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Para Cabina O Segundo Hogar
Magnifico Inversion Firian-
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931-839-2968 cpf

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Custom Built Log Homes Vaca-
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vestors Realty 1-800-497-3334
www.investorsrealtyinc.com cpf

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Mountain Properties Spectacular
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an Land Co. 1-800-213-7919
Murphy NC's Largest RE Firm
www.appalachianland.com
cpf

EUFAULA, AL WATERFRONT
New! Waterfront/view home-
sites. 1/2 to 3 acres from the
$40's. Gated community with
planned amenities. Near his-
toric town. Call owner 866-
880-2849 cpf

FLORIDA building lots starting @
$19,900 in fast growing areas.
Great investment opportunity.
Visit our website for pictures,
maps, sizes & prices. Flori-
daLotsUSA.com or 877-983-
6600 cpf

FLORIDA LAND SALE Reedy
Creek Grand Opening. New
gated ranch estates close to
Destin and Panama City. 5
acres from $34,900. 1-866-888-
7332 cpf

FLORIDA LAND Starting at
$12,900 Financing Available.
Over 150 Lots available in Coun-
ties of Levy, Marion, Clay, Cal-
houn, Putman & Highland.
Realtors & Investors welcome.
1-718-797-0807 cpf



cpf

FORECLOSURES FROM
$199/MONTH. 4% down, 30yrs.
@ 5.5%.APR. Stop Renting! For
Listings Call 1-800-749-8124,
Ext. 5762. cpf

FORECLOSURES! 4bdr 3ba
Only $49,990! Won't Last Must
Sell! For Listings 800-749-8168
xR931 cpf

GEORGIA AREA Bulloch Coun-
ty 4/2/2 sitting on .69 acre lot.
SLots of upgrades. $145,000.
912-839-7500 cpf

GEORGIA Colquitt County. 78
acres available at $4,500 per
acre. Will not subdivide 912-
839-7500. cpf

GEORGIA East Central, Land
for Sale! Thousands of acres to
choose from. Small/Large tracts.
Excellent Prices! Call today for a
free list! Town & Country Real
Estate 478-552-5681 www.tand-
crealestate.com cpf

GEORGIA Secluded Homesites
minutes from town. 5 acre
wooded lots, paved streets, brick
entrance, protective covenants.
$4950/acre. (Special 684ac.
tract on river, loaded w/timber
$2850/acre.) Owner 912-529-
6198 cpf

GEORGIA Washington County
Land. The Groves Subdivision.
2+ Acre Homesites. Paved road
frontage. Beautiful pecan trees.
Great Investment. Financing
available. Starting @ $6900/ac.
706-833-0204 cpf

GOV'T HOMES! $0 Down!
Bank Repos & Foreclosures! No
Credit OK! $0/Low Down! Call
For Listings! 1-800-728-6759
Ext. 0004 cpf

GOV'T HOMES! $0 Down! Tax
Repos & Foreclosures! No-
Credit OK! $0/Low Down! Call
For Listings! 1-800-728-6781
Ext. 0005 cpf

INVEST INTO NC MOUNTAINS
Andrews and Murphy Mountain,
Lake, River, Creek Homes and
Land. Homes From the Low
100's. Call/ Email .Rocky ERA
Scenic View Properties. 866-
250-4255;
rocky.walker@era.com Free
Brochure cpf

KENTUCKY Incredible water-
front. Lakes, rivers, creeks. 1
Acre $9,900 or $500/down,
*$105/mo. 2 Acres $14,900 or
$500/down, $159/mo. 5 Acres -
$600/down, $215/mo. Breath-
taking views, great investment.
270-791-7725 www.YourLand-
King.com cpf

KENTUCKY 100 acres, beautiful
rolling hills, lakes, barns, timber,
pasture and farmground. Excel-
lent deer/turkey hunting
$195,000. Also 3,000 acre farm,
$1250 acre, Owner, 1-270-556-
3576 cpf

LAKE LOT Liquidation 20/AC
$89,900 woods, stream, Valley
views! Deeded rights to CatSkill
Mtn Lake! Beautiful country site!
3/hrs to NYC! Owner terms!
888-918-6264 www.upstateNY-
land.com cpf

MORTGAGE LATE?? Have an
Unwanted Home? In foreclo-
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Vacant? No Equity? Ugly? You
get cash, All problems solved.
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days/24 hrs) (888) 590-1935
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CLAY TODAY CLASSIFIEDS 904-269-2999 FAX# 904-215-2456


June 8, 2006


Section B-18







June 8, 2006

Out Of .Ti
Area/State

MURPHY, NORTH CAROLINA
Western NC Mountain Proper-
ties. Affordable Homes, Views,
Cabins, Creeks & Investment
Properties. Call Cherokee
Mountain GMAC Real Estate for
a Free Color Brochure. 1-800-
841-5868 www.chero-
keemountainrealty.com cpf

N.C. /GEORGIA Mountain Va-
cation Special Call now for our
vacation special! World's great-
est views! Homesites starting at
$39,900. Land / Log home pack-
age kit $79,900. Waterfalls,
creeks, rivers, lakes, limited
availability. 1-888-389-3504
x600 cpf

N. CAROLINAACREAGE 1+
Acres Beautiful Building Site or
Perfect Site for your new dou-
blewide Mobile Home. Quiet
Area, $11,900 Owner Financing.
803-473-7125 cpf

NC LAND 20 acres, $99,990.
Stream, pastures, woods, stars,
deer, no hurricanes. Also, coun-
try store and rented cabin, only
$94,990. Call/email for pics:
owner@newbranch.com 919-
693-8984 cpf

NC MOUNTAINS LOG CABIN
near whitewater rafting, mountain
views, 2 fireplaces, porch,
2BR/1 BA on 3+ acres, joins
USFS. Good rental history.
$148,500. Call Ralph Crisp Re-
alty, Andrews, NC 800-438-
8621. cpf

NC MOUNTAINS!! Log Cabins.
E-Z to finish 2&3 Bedrooms
Chalets on 1-2 acre sites.
$89,900-$139,900. Parcels
available form 1-7 acres w/mil-
lion $$$ views! $39,900-
$89,900. Paved roads utilities.
Free Information. 828-256-1004
cpf

NO RENT! $0 Down! No Credit
OK! Government Foreclosed
SHomes! $0/Low Down! Call For
Listings! 1-800-728-6753 Ext.
0003 cpf

NORTH CAROLINA MOUN-
TAINS are calling! Come see
the breathtaking views, rushing
streams, and quiet hollows. Ex-
perience the peace of the moun-
tains! 1-800-632-2212
http://valleytownrealty.com
vtr@dnet.net cpf

OHIO COUNTRY ACREAGE 5
Acres, Part Open, Part Wood-
ed, Excellent building site,
Gorgeous Views EZ Access, 3
min to River $19,500 MCon-
nelsville Area. Owner Financ-
ing 740-489-9146 cpf

PUNTA GORDA ISLES Devel-
opers gift! 3 TH 1600 sqft
Completely Remod. 8 con-
crete docks, 1 vacant lot con-
tiguous with plans for 4 units.
All 5 mins to Bay $1,250,000
takes it all! Florida Group RIty
305-710-0024 cpf


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out Of
ArealState

TENNESSEE ACREAGE 5
Acres, Excellent Mountain Top
Building Site w/Woods, and
River Access. (Mid Tenn.
Mountain Area) $39,900
Owner Financing 772-263-
3775 or 1-800-763-0085. Ask
About our Mini Vacation. cpf

TENNESSEE Earn up to
$150,000/Yr. rental income on
your luxury vacation home in the
pristine Smoky Mountains, Gatlin-
burg. Contact Bill & Sheila
Easley, Re/Max: www.invest-
mounts.com 1-800-239-2970 cpf

TENNESSEE LOTS 1-3 acre
Homesites at Introductory prices.
Deed restricted comm. w/parks &
lakes in beautiful Cumberland
County. Wooded, rolling hills, &
paved roads. Owner financing,
low town payment. Call for in-
formation 1-888-452-6386
www.TNLots.com cpf

TENNESSEE!! MONTEAGLE-
SEWANEE, Beautiful Mountain
Properties. 600+ Acres; Tracts,
5 Acres & up. 4 miles from 1-24.
Gated & secluded! Gorgeous
bluff & creek. Wooded lots.
George, Timberwood Develop-
ment Co., 423-949-6887
www.timber-wood.com cpf

TENNESSEE MOUNTAIN LAND
Tennessee Land Located in the
Beautiful Cumberland Mountains
Owner Financing as low as $500
Down! JDL Realty 931-946-
2484 www.JDLRealty.com cpf

TENNESSEE Townsend.
Smoky Mountains. 100+ lots
starting at 7/10 acre to 10 acres.
Prices starting at $40,000. Con-
tact Tennessee Real Estate -Toll
Free 1-877-448-4911
www.4TNRealEstate.com cpf

TIMESHARE *RESALES* Save
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TIMESHARE RESALES Sell
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TN MOUNTAINS VIEWS!
Rolling view parcels on Cum-
berland Plateau. 1 to 5 acres
from the $40's. Planned club-
house & nature trails. Just re-
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Autos "
Under $2000

'96 Mitsubishi Gallant, 159k
Mile, Real Clean, White w/
Mirror Tint, Cd Player $1000
OBO 904-207-8142


Autos
$2000-$5000
.. .. .. .. j
1984 Ford Mustang Converti-
blb- N lv Rebuilt M ntnr &


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Trans, Needs Paint Job
$2500 Firm 904-298-1222

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Trucks


'94 Ford F150 4x4
V-8, 2 Door 4 Speed
Aluminum Rims, PW, ABS
$3,500. 406-4487

Auto Services


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Car, Boat or Real Estate IRS
Tax Deductible. Free Pick-
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Help Underprivileged Children
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1998 Chevy Blazer, 4Dr, V6, AT, AC, PS, PW, PL,
TW, CC, Leather. $6,995. Call National Motorcars
at 908-8801
2000 Chevy Cavalier, 2Dr, 4 Cyl, AT, AC $6,995.
Call National Motorcars at 908-8801
2002 Chevy Cavalier, Auto, 4 Cyl, 4Dr AC, CD,
$6,495. Call National Motorcars at 908-8801
1999 Chevy Cavalier, Auto, 2Dr, AC. $3,588.
Call Gordon Chevrolet at 272-2200
2005 Chevy Cobalt LS, CC, PL, PM, PW, MNRF,
Remote. $12,999. Call Gordon Chevrolet at 272-
2200
2003 Chevy Malibu, 2Dr, V6, AT, AC, PW, PL, TW,
CC, CD, $8,995. Call National Motorcars at 908-
8801
1999 Chevy Prism, 4 Dr, 4 Cyl, AT, AC, Cass,
$6,995. Call National Motorcars at 908-8801
2005 Chevy Corvette Coupe, $44,950. Loaded,
6 spd, BIk on BIk,Low miles. Call Geoff Bodine's
World of Cars at 269-0531
2002 Chevy Corvette Z06, $35,950. Geoffs
Personal Signature. Call Geoff Bodine's World
of Cars at 269-0531
2006 Chevy Corvette Z06, 700 Miles, Never
Been Titled. $79,500. Call Geoff Bodine's World
of Cars at 269-053 I
2004 Chevy Corvette Conv., $44,950. 4K, 6
spd, Hud, Silver. Call Geoff Bodine's World of
Cars at 269-0531
2004 Chevy Corvette Cony., $44,950. Auto,
"Hot Red." Call Geoff Bodine's World of Cars at
269-0531
2004 Chevy Corvette Cony., $38,950. 12K,
Auto, Comm. edition. Call Geoff Bodine's
World of Cars at 269-0531
2004 Chevy Corvette Conv., $43,950. 24K,
Auto, Hud, Bkl on BIk. Call Geoff Bodine's
World of Cars at 269-0531
2005 Chevy Corvette, $45,950. Auto, Lamans
Blue. Call Geoff Bodine's World of Cars at 269-
0531
2003 Chevy Impala, CC, PS, PL, PM, PW, Remote.
$13,288. Call Gordon Chevrolet at 272-2200
2003 Chevy Montecarlo SS, CC, PL, PM, PW,.
$14,999. Call Gordon Chevrolet at 272-2200
2004 Dodge Neon SXT, 4 Dr, AT, AC, PW, PL, CC,
$9,988. Call Gordon Chevrolet at 272-2200
2005 Ford Mustang GT, Leather, PL, PM, PS, PW.
$25,988. Call Gordon Chevrolet at 272-2200
2005 Ford Mustang GT Coupe. $24,950. %
speed, Loaded, 8 K Miles. Call Geoff Bodine's
World of Cars at 269-0531
2005 Ford Mustang GT Convertible. $29,950.
Auto, All the options, 500 Miles. Call Geoff
Bodine's World of Cars at 269-0531
1996 GMC Sonoma, 2Dr, 4 Cyl, 5 Speed, AC.
$3,495. Call National Motorcars at 908-8801
1998 Honda Accord, 4Dr, 4Cyl., AT, AC, PW, PL,
TW, CC, Alloys $7,995. Call National Motorcars at
908-8801
2003 Honda Civic LX, 4 Dr, 4 Cyl., AT, AC, PW, PL,
TW, CC, CD, $11,595. Call National Motorcars at
908-8801
2006 Mazda Miata, 5 Speed, CC, PL, PM, PW.
$19,988. Call Gordon Chevrolet at 272-2200
2003 Mercury Marauder Silver, $21,950.
Sunroof, Chrome Weels, Nice. Call Geoff
Bodine's World of Cars at 269-0531
2003 Mercury Marauder Black, $21,950.
Chrome Weels, Fast. Call Geoff Bodine's World
of Cars at 269-0531
2001 Mazda 626 ES, 4Dr, 4Cyl, AT, AC, PS, PW, PL,
TW, CC, CD, Alloys $8,995. Call National
Motorcars at 908-8801
1997 Pontiac Sunfire, 2 Dr, 4 Cyl, AT, AC, $3,995.
Call National Motorcars at 908-8801
2001 Poiitiac Firebird, AT, Leather, Glass Top.
$15,588. Call Gordon Chevrolet at 272-2200
2000 Pontiac Gram Am SE, 4 Dr, AT, PM, CC,
PW. $4,288. Call Gordon Chevrolet at 272-2200
1999 Pontiac Grand Am GT, 2 Dr, V6, AT, AC, PW,
PL, TW, CC, CD, Alloys $6,995. Call National
Motorcars at 908-8801
2001 Pontiac Gram Am, 4 Dr, 4 Cyl, V8, AT, PL,
PW, PL, TW, CC, CD, Alloys. $7,595. Call National
Motorcars at 908-8801
S2005 Lincoln Towncar Signature, $19,950. Air,


Leather. Call Geoff Bodine's World of Cars at
269-0531
1999 Saturn SLI, 4 Dr, Auto, $4,988. Call Gordon
Chevrolet at 272-2200


2005 Chevy Avalanche 1500, Leather, CC, PS, PL,
PM, PW, Keyless $26,988. Call Gordon Chevrolet
at 272-2200
2004 Chevy Avalanche K1500, Z71, Loaded
$25,988. Call Gordon Chevrolet at 272-2200
2003 Chevy Trailblazer, Leather, CC, PL, PM,
PW, Remote $9,988. Call Gordon Chevrolet at
272-2200
2004 Chevy Trailblazer, Leather, Loaded
$16,988. Call Gordon Chevrolet at 272-2200
2005 Chevy Trailblazer, CC, PL, PM, PW.
$17,999. Call Gordon Chevrolet at 272-2200
1995 Chevrolet Astro High Top Convertible, 4
Dr, V6, Auto, AC, PW, PS, TW, CC, PM, Alloys $4,995.
Call National Motorcars at 908-8801
1998 Chevrolet Blazer, $6,995.4 Dr, V6, Auto, AC,
PW, PS, TW, CC, CD, Alloys, Leather. Call National
Motorcars at 908-8801
2002 Chevrolet Cavalier, $6,495. 4 Dr, 4 Cyl, Auto,
AC, CD. Call National Motorcars at 908-8801
2002 Chevy XCab 1500, $12,950. Auto, Air,
PW, PL. Call Geoff Bodine's World of Cars at
269-0531
2004 Chevy CrewCab 1500, $27,950. 4x4,
Loaded, Low Miles. Call Geoff Bodine's World
of Cars at 269-0531
1998 Chevrolet Silverado XCab, 4 Dr, PW, PS, TW,
CC, CD, PM, Alloys $8,995. Call National Motorcars
at 908-8801
2005 Chevy Tahoe 4WD, Leather, PS, PL, PM,
PW, MNRF, $26,999. Call Gordon Chevrolet at
272-2200
2003 Chevy Suburban KI500, PS, CC, PM, PW,
Remote, $20,988. Call Gordon Chevrolet at 272-2200
2005 Chevy Silverado K150 XCab, CC, PS, PM,
PW, $24,988. Call Gordon Chevrolet at 272-2200
2004 Ford Escape XLT, $15,950. Sun Roof, V6,
Good Miles. Call Geoff Bodine's World of Cars
at 269-0531
2003 Ford F-150 4x4, Auto, CC, PL, PM, PW, XCab,
$14,999. Call Gordon Chevrolet at 272-2200
2000 Ford Explorer XLT, 4 Dr, V6, AT, AC, PW, PL,
TW, CC, CD, Leather, Alloys $8,495. Call National
Motorcars at 908-8801
2000 Ford F-150 4WD, AT, AC, PW, PL, PM, CC,
Xcab, $14,999. Call Notional Motorcars at 908-8801
2004 Ford FI50 Xcab $25,950. 4x4, Fully
Loaded. Call Geoff Bodine's World of Cars at
269-0531
2006 GMC Canyon, $17,950. Auto, AC, PW,
PL, CD Player. Call Geoff Bodine's World of
Cars at 269-0531
1995 GMC Safari, 4 Dr, V6, AT, AC, PW, PL, TW,
CC, CD, Alloys, $4,395. Call National Motorcars at
908-8801
2001 GMC Savanna G2500, 5.0 Cargo Van
$12,999. Call Gordon Chevrolet at 272-2200
2003 jeep GR Cherokee LA, AT, PL, PM, PW
$15,588. Call Gordon Chevrolet at 272-2200
2003 Lincoln Navigator, $26,950. Low Miles,
Leather, Heathed, Cool Seats, Loaded. Call
Geoff Bodine's World of Cars at 269-0531
2005 Lincoln LS V8 Black, $26,950. Sunroof,
Navigation, Chrome Wheels. Call Geoff
Bodine's World of Cars at 269-0531
1997 Izusu Trooper, 4 Dr, V6, AT, AC, PW, PL, TW,
CC, CD; Alloys, $6,995. Call National Motorcars at
908-8801
1995 Pontiac Sunfire, 2 Dr, 4 Cyl, AT, AC. $3,995.
Call National Motorcars at 908-8801
1999 Ranger XLT, 4 Dr, V6, AT, AC, PW, PL, TW,
CC, Alloys.$7,595 Call National Motorcars at 908-8801
2001 Kia Sportage, 4 Dr, 4 Cyl., 5 Speed, AC, PW, PL,
TW, CC, $6,995. Call National Motorcars at 908-8801
2002 Kia Sedona Van, 4 Dr, AT, AC, PW, PL, TW,
CC, CD, Alloys $8,495. Calf National Motorcars at
908-8801
2005 Toyota Tundra 4x4, SR5, CC, PWR, LK,
Win $26,950. Call Gordon Chevrolet at 272-2200
1993 Saturn SW2, 4 Dr, 4 Cyl, AT, AC, PW, PL, TW,
Cass, $4,595. Call National Motorcars at 908-8801


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


IN THE C!RCU!T COURT OF THE 4TH JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY FLORICA
CASE NUMBER DO 2002-128-A
DIVISION: A
IN THE INTEREST OF:
A.C.
A CHILD
SUMMONS AND NOTICE OF
ACTION BY PUBLICATION
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
TO:
,Mother


Tony Corbitt. Father
Whereabouts Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Petition has been filed in the above-
styled Court by the FLORIDA DEPART-
MENT OF CHILDREN AND FAMILIES for
termination of parental rights and permanent
commitment for subsequent adoption of the
above named child who was born on July 22,
1992. You are hereby commanded to ap-
pear before the Honorable William A. Wilkes,
at the Clay County Courthouse, Courtroom
4, 825 N. Orange Ave. Green Cove Springs,
Florida at the hour of 9:00 A.M. o'clock on
June 28, 2006 A.D. You must appear at the
hearing on the date and time specified.
FAILURE TO PERSONALLY
APPEAR AT THIS ADVISORY HEARING
CONSTITUTES CONSENT TO THE TER-
MINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS TO
THIS CHILD. IF YOU FAIL TO APPEAR
ON THE DATE AND TIME SPECIFIED YOU
MAY LOSE ALL LEGAL RIGHTS TO THE
ABOVE NAMED CHILD
Individuals with disabilities needing a rea-
sonable accommodation to participate in this
proceeding should contact Margaret J6nes,
as soon as possible, telephone (904) 529-
4789; or if hearing impaired, 1-800-955-
8771-(TDD); or 1-800-955-8770 (V) Florida
Relay Service.
WITNESS my hand as clerk of said Court
and the Seal thereof, this 5th day of May,
2006.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of Said Court,


Jamie N. Phillips, Deputy Clerk.
Carol H. Yearwood, Esquire
Florida Bar No.: 362247
ATTORNEY FOR CWLS-FLORIDA,
DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN AND
FAMILIES
1726 Kingsley Ave.
Orange Park, FL 32073
Legal no. 8421 published May 25, June 1,
8 and 15, 2006 in Clay County's Clay
Today newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT IN ANI FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 04-523-CA
J.P. MORGAN CHASE BANK,
AS TRUSTEE,
VS.
DONALD L. MILBURN AND JANE MIL-
BURN, et al.,
Defendants.
RE-NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Final Judgment of Foreclosure
dated the 19th day of May, 2006, and en-
tered in Case No. 04-523-CA, of the Circuit
Court of the 4th Judicial Circuit in and for
Clay County, Florida, wherein JP MORGAN
CHASE BANK, AS TRUSTEE, is the Plain-
tiff and DONALD L. MILBURN; CITIFINAN-
CIAL EQUITY-SERVICES, INC.; JANE


MILBURN; JOHN DOE; JANE DOE AS UN-
KNOWN TENANTS) IN POSSESSION OF
THE SUBJECT PROPERTY are defendants.
I will sell to the highest and best bidder for
cash at the FRONT STEPS OF CLAY
COUNTY COURTHOUSE in GREEN COVE
SPRINGS, Florida, at 10:00 a.m. on the 10th
day of July, 2006, the following described
property as set forth in said final Judgment,
to wit:
LOT 2, CEDAR RUN, AC-
CORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF, AS
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 16, PAGE 46,
OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
In accordance with the American s 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.
Dated this 22nd day of May, 2006.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Circuit
Court, By: Ann Garrison,Deputy Clerk.
Wm. David Newman, Jr., Esq..
Attorney for Plaintiff
1162 Laguna Springs Drive
Weston, FL 33326
(954) 629-6330
Legal no. 8434 published June 1 and 8,
2006 in Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO.: 06-212-CA (E)
DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST
COMPANY, AS TRUSTEE OF
AMERIQUEST MORTGAGE SECURITIES,
INC., ASSET BACKED PASS-THROUGH
CERTIFICATES, SERIES 2004-R12
UNDER THE POOLING AND SERVICING
AGREEMENT DATED AS OF DECEMBER"
1, 2004, WITHOUT RECOURSE,
Plaintiff,
VS.
THOMAS L. ARNOLD A/K/A THOMAS
LYNN ARNOLD, et al,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Final Judgment of Foreclosure
dated the 22nd day of May, 2006, and en-
tered in Case No. 06-212-CA (E), of the Cir-
cuit court of the 4th Judicial Circuit in and for
Clay County, Florida, wherein DEUTSCHE
BANK NATIONAL TRUST COMPANY, AS
TRUSTEE OF AMERIQUEST MORTGAGE
SECURITIES, INC., ASSET BACKED
PASS-THROUGH CERTIFICATES, SERIES.
2004-R12 UNDER THE POOLING AND
SERVICING AGREEMENT DATED AS OF
DECEMBER 1, 2004, WITHOUT RE-
COURSE is the Plaintiff and THOMAS L.
ARNOLD A/K/A THOMAS LYNN ARNOLD;
MARGARET L. ARNOLD; PATRICK J. GAL-
LAGHER D/B/A PAT GALLAGHER REALTY;
JOHN DOE; JANE DOE AS UNKNOWN
TENANTS) IN POSSESSION OF THE
SUBJECT PROPERTY are defendants. I-
will sell to the highest and best bidder for
cash at the AT FRONT STEPS OF CLAY
COUNTY COURTHOUSE at the Clay Coun-
ty Courthouse, in GREEN COVE SPRINGS,
Florida, at 10:00 a.m. on the 22nd day of
June, 2006, the following described proper-
ty as set forth in said Final Judgment, to wit:
SEE ATTACHED EXHIBIT "A"
EXHIBIT "A"
A PARCEL OF LAND SITUATED I SEC-
TION 8, TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH, RANGE 24
EAST, CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA, SAID
PARCEL BEING MORE PARTICULARLY
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
COMMENCE AT THE NORTHWEST COR-
NER OF SAID SECTION 8; THENCE ON
THE WEST LINE THEREOF RUN SOUTH
01 DEG 59 MIN 40 SEC EAST, 2,933.06
FEET; THENCE NORTH 27 DEG 07 MIN 52
SEC EAST, 884.42 FEET; THENCE SOUTH
62 DEG 52 MIN 08 SEC EAST, 320.00
FEET; THENCE SOUTH 27 DEG 07 MIN 52
SEC WEST 111.82 FEET; THENCE ON
THE ARC OF A CURVE CONCAVE TO
THE SOUTHEASTERLY AND HAVING A
RADIUS OF 708.13 FEET, RUN A CHORD
DISTANCE OF 29.50 FEET TO THE POINT
OF BEGINNING, THE BEARING OF SAID
CHORD BEING SOUTH 25 DEG 56 MIN 03
SEC WEST; THENCE CONTINUE ON SAID
ARC A CHORD DISTANCE OF 197.84
FEET; THE BEARING LAST SAID CHORD
BEING SOUTH 16 DEG 41 MIN 03 SEC
WEST; THENCE SOUTH 08 DEG 37 MIN
52 SEC WEST 89.34 FEET; THENCE


SOUTH 63 DEG 48 MIN 28 SEC EAST 320
FEET, MORE OR LESS TO THE CENTER-
LINE OF A CREEK; THENCE ALONG
SAID CENTERLINE IN GENERAL
NORTHEASTERLY DIRECTION 296 FEET,
MORE OR LESS TO A POINT WHICH
BEARS SOUTH 52 DEG 52 MIN 08 SEC
EAST 331 FEET MORE OR LESS, FROM
THE POINT OF BEGINNING; THENCE
NORTH 62 DEG 52 MIN 08 SEC WEST 331
FEET, MORE OR LESS TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING, BEING 2.0 ACRES MORE OR
LESS IN AREA. TOGETHER WITH AND
SUBJECT TO AN EASEMENT FOR UTILI-
TIES AND GENERAL ROAD PURPOSES
ACCORDING TO OFFICIAL RECORDS
BOOK 540, PAGE 345 THROUGH 349, OF
THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF SAID COUN-
TY.
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.
Dated this 22nd day of May, 2006.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Circuit
Court, By: Amie Herrera, Deputy Clerk.
Marshall C. Watson
1800 NW 49th St., Ste. 120
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33309
(954) 453-0365
06-01249
Legal no. 8436 published June 1 and 8,
2006 in Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHE FOURTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 06-CA-307
DIV. E
GREEN TREE SERVICING, LLC f/k/a
CONSECO FINANCE SERVICING CORP.
1400 Turbine Drive
Rapid City, SD 57703
Plaintiff,
VS.
GARY E. DOUGHTEN; DONNA DOUGHT-
EN; HOUSEHOLD FINANCE CORPORA-
TION Ill; DIAMLER CHRYSLER SERVICES
NORTH AMERICA, LLC., F/K/A CHRYSLER
FINANCIAL COMPANY, LLC.; LEASEC-
OMM CORPORATION; STATE OF FLORI-
DA, DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE; and
STATE OF FLORIDA, DEPARTMENT OF
LABOR &
EMPLOYMENT SECURITY,
Defendants.
NOTICE FACTION
TO: DONNA DOUGHTEN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a fore-
closure action has been filed against you on
the following described property:
SEE EXHIBIT "A" ATTACHED HERETO:
EXHIBIT "A"
PAGE 1
F-87-277
DESCRIPTION: LOT 4
A PARCEL OF LAND SITUATED IN THE
EAST 1/2 OF SECTION 4, TOWNSHIP 5
SOUTH, RANGE 24 EAST; CLAY COUNTY,
FLORIDA; SAID PARCEL BEING MORE
PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS FOL-
LOWS:
COMMENCE AT A CONCRETE MONU-
MENT AT THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF
SECTION 4 AND RUN S DEG 24 MIN 59
SEC W, ALONG THE SOUTH LINE OF
SAID SECTION 4, A DISTANCE OF
1885.57 TO AN IRON PIPE ON THE WEST-
ERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF BLUE
KNOLL ROAD AS SHOWN ON PLAT OF
"BLUE-KNOLL", SUBDIVISION AS
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 20 ON
PAGES 54 THRU 57 OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF SAID COUNTY; THENCE
RUN
NORTHEASTERLY ALONG SAID RIGHT-
OF-WAY LINE WITH A CURVE CONCAVE
NORTHWESTERLY, SAID CURVE HAVING
A CENTRAL ANGLE OF 84 DEG 25 MIN 32
SEC, AN ARC LENGTH OF 44.21 FEET, A
RADIUS OF 30.00 FEET AND A CHORD
BEARING AND DISTANCE OF N 47 DEG
12 MIN 13 SEC E, 40.31 FEET; THENCE
RUN ALONG SAID WESTERLY RIGHT-
OF-WAY LINE WITH THE FOLLOWING
COURSES AND DISTANCES:
N 04 DEG 59 MIN 27.SEC-E, 292.60 FEET
TO A CONCRETE MONUMENT; N 03 DEG
01 MIN 20 SEC E 1848.89 FEET TO A
CONCRETE MONUMENT; THENCE CON-
TINUE N 03 DEG 01 MIN 20 SEC E,
ALONG NORTHEASTERLY
PROJECTION OF SAID WESTERLY
RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE 250.0 FEET TO AN


IRON ROD; THENCE RUN N 89 DEG 34
MIN 05 SEC W, 2.00 FEET; THENCE RUN
N 03 DEG 01 MIN 20 SEC E, 88.73 FEET
TO AN IRON ROD; THENCE CONTINUE N
03 DEG 01 MIN 20 SEC E, 523.85 FEET TO
AN IRON ROD AND THE POINT OF BE-
GINNING; THENCE RUN N 85 DEG 30 MIN
25 SEC W, 148.06 FEET; THENCE RUN N
03 DEG 01 MIN 20 SEC E, 294.30 FEET TO
AN IRON ROD; THENCE RUN S 85 DEG
30 MIN 25 SEC E, 148.06 FEET TO AN
IRON ROD; THENCE RUN S 03 DEG 01
MIN 20 SEC W, 29 FEET TO THE POINT
OF BEGINNING.
SUBJECT TO AN EASEMENT FOR UTILI-
TIES AND GENERAL ROAD PURPOSES
ACROSS THE SOUTHERLY 30 FEET
THEREOF.
EXHIBIT "A" PAGE 2
F-87-227
TOGETHER WITH AND SUBJECT TO THE
FOLLOWING EASEMENT:
DESCRIPTION FOR ROAD EASEMENTS
AN EASEMENT FOR UTILITIES AND
GENERAL ROAD PURPOSES ACROSS A
60 FOOT STRIP OF LAND SITUATED IN
THE EAST Y2 OF SECTION 4, TOWNSHIP
5 SOUTH, RANGE 24 EAST; CLAY COUN-
TY, FLORIDA; SAID EASEMENT LYING 30
FEET LEFT OF AND 30 FEET RIGHT OF
THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED CENTER-
LINE:
COMMENCE AT A CONCRETE MONU-
MENT AT THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF
SECTION 4AND RUNS 89 DEG 24 MIN 59
SEC W, ALONG THE SOUTH LINE OF
SAID SECTION 4, A DISTANCE OF
1885.57 FEET TO AN IRON PIPE ON THE
WESTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF
BLUE KNOLL ROAD AS SHOWN ON
PLAT OF "BLUE KNOLL", A SUBDIVI-
SION AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 20
ON PAGES 54 THRU 57 OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF SAID COUNTY; THENCE
RUN
NORTHEASTERLY ALONG SAID RIGHT-
OF-WAY LINE WITH A CURVE CONCAVE
NORTHWESTERLY SAID CURVE HAVING
A CENTRAL ANGLE OF 84 DEG 25 MIN 32
SEC, AN ARC LENGTH OF 44.21 FEET, A
RADIUS OF 30.00 FEET AND A CHORD
BEARING AND DISTANCE OF N 47 DEG
12 MIN 13 SEC E, 40.31 FEET; THENCE
RUN ALONG SAID WESTERLY RIGHT-
OF-WAY LINE WITH THE FOLLOWING
COURSES AND DISTANCES:
N 04 DEG 59 MIN 27 SEC E, 292.60 FEET
TO A CONCRETE MONUMENT; N 03 DEG
01 MIN 20 SEC E 1848.89 FEET TO A
CONCRETE MONUMENT; THENCE CON-
TINUE N 03 DEG 01 MIN 20 SEC E,
ALONG NORTHEASTERLY
PROJECTION OF SAID WESTERLY
RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE 250.0 FEET TO AN
IRON ROD; THENCE RUN N 89 DEG 34
MIN 05 SEC W, 2.00 FEET; THENCE RUN
N 03 DEG 01 MIN 20 SEC E, 612.58 FEET
TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING;
THENCE RUN N 85 DEG 30 MIN 25 SEC
W, 296.12 FEET TO A POINT HERE-
INAFTER REFERRED TO AS POINT "A";
THENCE CONTINUE N 85 DEG 30 MIN 25
SEC W, 132.78 FEET TO A POINT HERE-
INAFTER REFERRED TO AS POINT "B";
THENCE RETURN TO SAID POINT "A"
AND RUN N 03 DEG 01 MIN 20 SEC E,
434.80 FEET TO A POINT HEREINAFTER
REFERRED TO AS POINT "C" AND THE
END OF SAID EASEMENT.
ALSO AN EASEMENT FOR UTILITIES.
AND GENERAL ROAD PURPOSES
ACROSS A CUL-DE-SAC, HAVING A RA-
DIUS OF 50 FEET AND IT'S RADIUS
POINT BEING THE ABOVE DESCRIBED
POINT "B". ALSO AN EASEMENT FOR
UTILITIES AND GENERAL ROAD PUR-
POSES ACROSS A CUL-DE-SAC, HAV-
ING A RADIUS OF 50 FEET AND IT'S
RADIUS POINT BEING THE ABOVE DE-
SCRIBED POINT "C". TOGETHER WITH
AN EASEMENT FOR INGRESS AND
EGRESS AS SET FORTH IN OFFICIAL
RECORDS BOOK 1411 PAGE 0049, OF
THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF CLAY COUN-
TY, FLORIDA.
TOGETHER WITH AN EASEMENT FOR
DRAINAGE, UTILITIES, AND GENERAL
ROAD PURPOSES AS SET FORTH IN OF-
FICIAL RECORDS BOOK 1005 PAGE 55,
OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
TOGETHER WITH THAT CERTAIN 2000 28
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NO. C2-62-0626-M-AB
and you are required to file a written re-
sponse with the Court and serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it on Timothy
D. Padgett, Plaintiff's attorney, whose ad-
dress is 2810 Remington Green Circle, Tal-
lahassee, Florida 32308, at least thirty (30)
days from the date of first publication, and


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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.
Dated this 23 day of May, 2006.
(SEAL) CLERK OF COURT, By: Tammy
Rosenbaum, Deputy Clerk.
Legal no. 8437 published June 1 and 8,
2006 in Clay County's Clay Today news-
apaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHE FOURTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 2006-303-CA
DIVISION E
HSBC BANK USA, NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION, AS TRUSTEE,
Plaintiff,
VS.
CHRISTOPHER T. MARKHAM, et al,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Final Judgment of Mortgage
Foreclosure dated May 22, 2006 and en-
tered in Case NO. 2006-303-CA of the Cir-
cuit Court of the FOURTH Judicial Circuit in
and for CLAY County, Florida wherein HSBC
BANK USA, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, AS
TRUSTEE, is the Plaintiff and CHRISTO-
PHER T. MARKHAM; KATHY S.
MARKHAM; MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC
REGISTRATION SYSTEMS, INC AS NOM-
INEE FOR OWNIT MORTGAGE SOLU-
TIONS, INC; OLDE SUTTON FOREST
OWNER'S ASSOCIATION, INC; are the
Defendants, I will sell to the highest-and best
bidder for cash at FRONT DOOR OF THE
CLAY COUNTY COURTHOUSE, GREEN
COVE SPRINGS, FLORIDA at 10:00AM,
on the 25th day of July, 2006, the following
described property as set forth in said Final
Judgment:
LOT 1, OLDE SUTTON FOR-
EST AS PER PLAT THEREOF, RECORD-
ED IN PLAT BOOK 31, PAGE 48, 49, 50
AND 51, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA.
A/K/A 3020 GOLDEN POND
BOULEVARD, ORANGE PARK, FL 32073-
2273
WITNESS MY HAND and the
seal of this Court on May 22, 2006.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Circuit
Court, By: Ann Garrison, Deputy Clerk.
Echevarria, Codilis & Stawiarski
P.O. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida 33622-5018
F06004272
LITTON CONV B sklawiter
Legal no. 8439 published June 1 and 8,
2006 in Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper.


IN THE CIRCUIT OF THE FOURTH JUDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY COUN-
TY, FLORIDA
STATE ATTORNEY NO: 05CA146646
CASE NO.: 05-CA-1162
DIVISION: CV-A
IN RE:
FORFEITURE OF THE FOLLOWING DE-
SCRIBED PROPERTY:

$410.00 U.S. Currency

RICK BESELER, AS SHERIFF OF CLAY
COUNTY
VS
PHILLIP L. BELLAMY
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE
COMPLAINT
TO: ALL PERSONS CLAIMING A SECURI-
TY OR OTHER INTEREST IN THE ABOVE-
DESCRIBED PROPERTY
The above-described property
was seized pursuant to the provisions of the
Florida Contraband Forfeiture Act, Florida
Statutes 932.701-707, by the Clay County
Sheriff's Office on 10-24-05, at or in the vicin-
ity of 900 BIk Blanding Blvd., Orange Park,
Clay County, Florida. The Clay County Sher-
iff's Office is currently in possession of said
property and has filed a Complaint for the
purpose of forfeiture of said property in the
Circuit Court of the Fourth Judicial Circuit of
Florida. In order to protect your rights you
must file an Answer to the Complaint with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court, Clay County Cour-
thouse, Green Cove Springs, Florida, within
twenty (20) days of this publication. You
must also serve a copy of your Answer on
Complainant's Counsel, David Young, As-
sistant State Attorney, State Attorney's Office,
Fourth Floor, Clay County Courthouse,
Green Cove Springs, Florida. Failure to do
so may result of the entry of a default against
Syou and a Final Order of Forfeiture of the
above-described property.
Detective Theresa Dampier
Clay CountySheriff's Office
Legal no. 8445 published June 1 and 8,2006
in Clay County's Clay Today newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 06-DR-652
DIVISION: D
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF:
ERIC B. ARMSTRONG,
Husband,
and
DORIS H. ARMSTRONG,
Wife.
NOTICE OF ACTION
FOR PUBLICATION
TO: DORIS H. ARMSTRONG


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


YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac-
tion for Dissolution of Marriage, including
claims for dissolution of marriage, payment
of debts, division of real and personal prop-
erty, and for payments of support, has been
filed against you. You are required to serve
a copy of your written defenses, if any, to this
action on Kenny Leigh, Esquire, Petitioner's
attorney, whose address is 414 Old Hard
Road, Suite 400, Orange Park, Florida
32003, on or before July 17, 2006 and file
the original with the clerk of this court at Clay
County Courthouse, 825 North Orange Av-
enue, Green Cove Springs, Florida 32043,
either before service on Petitioner's attorney
or immediately thereafter; otherwise a de-
fault will be entered against you for the relief
demanded in the petition.
WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida
Family Law Rules of Procedure, requires
certain automatic disclosure of documents
and information. Failure to comply can re-
sult in sanctions, including dismissal or strik-
ing of pleading.
DATED this 25 day of May,
2006.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Circuit
Court, By: Debra M. Beyrle, Deputy Clerk.
Kenny Leigh, Esquire
414 Old Hard Rd.
Orange Park, FL 32003
Legal no. 8446 published June 1, 8, 15
and 22,2006 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA
STATE ATTORNEY NO: 05CA153501
CASE NO.: 05-CA-1215
DIVISION: CV-A
IN RE:
FORFEITURE OF THE FOLLOWING DE-
SCRIBED PROPERTY:

1997 CHEVROLET BLAZER
1GNCS13W9V2252278

RICK BESELER, as SHERIFF OF CLAY
COUNTY
VS
JONATHAN W. FAULK
TO: ALL PERSONS CLAIMING ASECURI-
TY OR OTHER INTEREST IN THE ABOVE-
DESCRIBED PROPERTY
The above-described property
was seized pursuant to the provisions of the
Florida Contraband Forfeiture Act, Florida
Statutes 932.701-707, by the Clay County
Sheriff's Office on 11-08-05, at or in the vicin-
ity of 141 Park Avenue, Orange Park, Clay
County, Florida. The Clay County Sheriff's
Office is currently in possession of said prop-
erty and has filed a Complaint for the pur-
pose of forfeiture of said property in the
Circuit Court of the Fourth Judicial Circuit of
Florida. In order to protect your rights you
must file an Answer to the Complaint with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court, Clay County Cour-
thouse, Green Cove Springs, Florida, within
twenty (20) days of this publication. You
must also serve a copy of your Answer on
Complainant's Counsel, David Young, As-
sistant State Attorney, State Attorney's Office,
Fourth Floor, Clay County Courthouse,
Green Cove Springs, Florida. Failure to do
so may result of the entry of a default against
you.and a Final Order of Forfeiture of the
above-described property.
Detective Theresa Dampier
Clay County Sheriff's Office
Legal no. 8448 published June 1 and 8,
2006 in Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA
STATE ATTORNEY NO: 05CA116942
CASE NO.: 05-CA-919
DIVISION: CV-A
IN RE:
FORFEITURE OF THE FOLLOWING DE-
SCRIBED PROPERTY:

$1,220.00 U.S. CURRENCY

RICK BESELER, as SHERIFF OF CLAY
COUNTY
VS
EMERIC J. IGNELZI
TO: ALL PERSONS CLAIMING A SECURI-
TY OR OTHER INTEREST IN THE ABOVE-
DESCRIBED PROPERTY
The above-described property
was seized pursuant to the provisions of the
Florida Contraband Forfeiture Act, Florida
Statutes 932.701-707, by the Clay County
Sheriff's Office on 08-27-05, at or in the vicin-
ity of 2001 Kingsley Avenue, Orange Park,
Clay County, Florida. The Clay County Sher-
iff's Office is currently in possession of said
property and has filed a Complaint for the
purpose of forfeiture of said property in the
Circuit Court of the Fourth Judicial Circuit of
Florida. In order to protect your rights you
must file an Answer to the Complaint with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court, Clay County Cour-
thouse, Green Cove Springs, Florida, within
twenty (20) days of this publication. You
must also serve a copy of your Answer on
Complainant's Counsel, David Young, As-
sistant State Attorney, State Attorney's Office,
Fourth Floor, Clay County Courthouse,
Green Cove Springs, Florida. Failure to do
so may result of the entry of a default against
you and a Final Order of Forfeiture of the
above-described property.
Detective Theresa Dampier
Clay County Sheriff's Office
Legal no. 8450 published June 1 and 8,
2006 in Clay County's Clay Today news-


paper.


N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA
.STATE ATTORNEY NO: 05CA146660
CASE NO.: 05-CA-1163
DIVISION: CV-A
IN RE:
FORFEITURE OF THE FOLLOWING DE-
SCRIBED PROPERTY:

$556.00 U.S. CURRENCY

RICK BESELER, as SHERIFF OF CLAY
COUNTY
VS
MICHAELANTHONY WARE JR.
TO: ALL PERSONS CLAIMING A SECURI-
TY OR OTHER INTEREST IN THE ABOVE-
DESCRIBED PROPERTY
The above-described property
was seized pursuant to the provisions of the
Florida Contraband Forfeiture Act, Florida
Statutes 932.701-707, by the Clay County
Sheriff's Office on 10-25-05, at or in the vicin-
ity of 900 BIk Blanding Blvd., Orange Park,
Clay County, Florida. The Clay County Sher-
iff's Office is currently in possession of said
property and has filed a Complaint for the
purpose of forfeiture of said property in the
Circuit Court of the Fourth Judicial Circuit of
Florida. In order to protect your rights you
must file an Answer to the Complaint with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court, Clay County Cour-
thouse, Green Cove Springs, Florida, within
twenty (20) days of this publication. You
must also serve a copy of your Answer on
Complainant's Counsel, David Young, As-
sistant State Attorney, State Attorney's Office,
Fourth Floor, Clay County Courthouse,
Green Cove Springs, Florida. Failure to do
so may result of the entry of a default against
you and a Final Order of Forfeiture of the
above-described property.
Detective Theresa Dampier
Clay County Sheriff's Office
Legal no. 8451 published June 1 and 8,
2006 in Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper.


N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA
STATE ATTORNEY NO: 05CA132817
CASE NO.: 05-CA-1043
DIVISION: CV-A
IN RE:
FORFEITURE OF THE FOLLOWING DE-
SCRIBED PROPERTY:

$3,524.00 U.S. CURRENCY

RICK BESELER, as SHERIFF OF CLAY
COUNTY
VS
JAMS LEE RICHARDSON
TO: ALL PERSONS CLAIMING A SECURI-
TY OR OTHER INTEREST IN THE ABOVE-
DESCRIBED PROPERTY
The above-described property
was seized pursuant to the provisions of the
Florida Contraband Forfeiture Act, Florida
Statutes 932.701-707, by the Clay County
Sheriff's Office on 09-12-05, at or in the vicin-
ity of 1656 Wells Road, Orange Park, Clay
County, Florida. The Clay County Sheriff's
Office is currently in possession of said prop-
erty and has filed a Complaint for the pur-
pose of forfeiture of said property in the
Circuit Court of the Fourth Judicial Circuit of
Florida. In order to protect your rights you.
must file an Answer to the Complaint with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court, Clay County Cour-
thouse, Green Cove Springs, Florida, within
twenty (20) days of this publication. You
must also serve a copy of your Answer on
Complainant's Counsel, David Young, As-
sistant State Attorney, State Attorney's Office,
Fourth Floor, Clay County Courthouse,
Green Cove Springs, Florida. Failure to do
so may result of the entry of a default against
you and a Final Order of Forfeiture of the
above-described property.
Detective Theresa Dampier
Clay County Sheriff's Office
Legal no. 8452 published June 1 and 8,
2006 in Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper.


NOTICE OF SALE
TENNANT NAME UNIT NUMBER
RICHARD McDANIEL H-22
In accordance with state statutes 83.806 to
83.807 the above units will be sold or dis-
posed of on Thursday June 15th 2006 at
10:00 A.M. to satisfy lien for past due rent,
late fees and penalties. All units contain
items used in or around the home or busi-
ness. All goods are sold As Is". Terms of
sale are CASH 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. 8454 published June 1 and 8,
2006 in Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper.


NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIVE
COMPLAINT
CASE NO: CW2003-1411; W 2205390
TO: CURTIS W. LETHCO
An Administrative Complaint to
revoke your license and eligibility for licen-
sure has been filed against you. You have
the right to request a hearing pursuant to
Sections 120.569 and 120.57, Florida


Statutes, by mailing a request for same to
the Florida Department of Agriculture and
Consumer Services, Division of Licensing,
Post Office Box 3168, Tallahassee, Florida
32=315-3168. If a request for hearing is not
received by 21 days from the date of the last
publication, the right to a hearing in this mat-
ter will be waived and the Department will
dispose of this cause in accordance with law.
Legal no. 8455 published June 1, 8, 15
and 22,2006 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.: 10-2006-CA-369
DLJ MORTGAGE CAPITAL, INC.,
Plaintiff,
VS.
RICKY NEWSOME A/K/A RICKY D. NEW-
SOME, et al,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO:
RICKY NEWSOME A/K/A RICKY D.
NEWSOME (Last Known Residence: 1265
KELLUM ROAD, JACKSONVILLE, FL
32234)
SHANTAE LEE NEWSOME A/K/A SHAN-
TAE L. NEWSOME (Last Known Residence:
1265 KELLUM ROAD, JACKSONVILLE, FL
32234)
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac-
tion for Foreclosure of Mortgage on the fol-
lowing described property:
EXHIBIT "B"
A PARCEL OF LAND SITUAT-
ED IN SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 4 SOUTH,
RANGE 23 EAST, CLAY COUNTY, FLORI-
DA;
COMMENCE AT THE SOUTHWEST COR-
NER OF SAID SECTION 21 AND RUN
EAST ALONG THE SOUTH LINEOF SAID
SECTION 21 A DISTANCE OF 1320.00
FEET; THENCE NORTH PARALLEL TO
THE WEST LINE OF SAID SECTION 21 A
DISTANCE OF 787.11 FEET TO THE
NORTH LINE OF A GRADED COUNTY
ROAD; THENCE RUN NORTH 85 DE-
GREES EAST ALONG THE NORTHERLY
LINE OF SAID COUNTY GRADED ROAD,
886.86 FEET; THENCE NORTH PARAL-
LEL TO THE WEST LINE OF SAID SEC-
TION 21 A DISTANCE OF 974.85 FEET;
THENCE RUN EAST, 834.90 FEET TO
EASTERLY RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF KEL-
LUM ROAD AND THE POINT OF BEGIN--
NING; THENCE CONTINUE EAST, 502.03
FEET; THENCE RUN SOUTH 105.00 FEET;
THENCE RUN WEST, 420.00 FEET TO
THE EASTERLY RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF
KELLUM ROAD; THENCE RUN NORTH
38 DEGREES WEST, ALONG SAID EAST-
ERLY RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF KELLUM
ROAD, 133.25 FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING.
TOGETHER WITH AI OUBLEWIDE MOBILE-
HOME WTTH TITLE #'S 77303314 & 77303313
AND VIN #'S FLHMLCY143021316A &
FLHMLCY143021316B
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 49thSTREET, SUITE 120, FT.
LAUDERDALE 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 oh
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 Ameri-
cans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA), dis-
abled -persons who, because of their
disabilities need, special accommodation to
participate in this proceeding should contact
the ADA Coordinator at 825 N. ORANGE AV-
ENUE, 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 26th day of May, 2006.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, as Clerk of the
Court,
By: Ann Garrison, as Deputy Clerk.
Marshall C. Watson, P.A.
1800 NW 49th St, Ste. 120
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33309
06-02436
Legal no. 8459 published June 8 and 15,
2006 in Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper.


Section B-21

NOTICE OFAGENCYACTION TAKEN
BY THE ST. JOHNS RIVER WATER
MANAGEMENT DISTRICT
Notice is given that the following permit
was issued on 5/25/2006: ALLEN'S CUL-
VERTS & CARPORTS, INC. 1456 RUS-
SELL RD. GREEN COVE SPRINGS, FL
32043 permit # 40-019-74407-3. The project
is located in Clay County, Section 28,Town-
ship 5S South, Range 26E East. The permit
authorizes A SURFACE WATER MANAGE-
MENT SYSTEM ON 1.50 ACRES TO
SERVE COMMERCIAL
DEVELOPMENT known as Allen's Culverts
& Carports, Inc. The receiving water body is
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. 8460 published June 8, 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 JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO: 06-CA-295-E.
DEUTSCHE BANK TRUST COMPANY
AMERICAS F/K/ABANKERS TRUST COM-
PANY, AS TRUSTEE AND CUSTODIAN
FOR IXIS REAL ESTATE CAPITAL, INC.
2005-HE3
Plaintiff,
VS.
RUNATOBLER IF LIVING, AND IF DEAD,
THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE, HEIRS, DE-
VISEES, GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES,
LIENORS, CREDITORS, TRUSTEES AND
ALL OTHER PARTIES CLAIMING AN IN-
TEREST BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR
AGAINST RUNA TOBLER; AARON TO-
BLER IF LIVING, AND IF DEAD, THE UN-
KNOWN SPOUSE, HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, LIENORS,
CREDITORS, TRUSTEES AND ALL OTHER
PARTIES CLAIMING AN INTEREST BY,
THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINSTAARON
TOBLER; JOHN DOE AND JANE DOE AS
UNKNOWN TENANTS IN POSSESSION
Defenaant(s)
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Summary Final Judgment of
Foreclosure dated May 25, 2006 entered in
Civil Case No. 06-CA-295-E 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 THE FRONT STEPS at the


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Section B-22
CLAY County Courthouse located at 825 N.
ORANGE AVENUE in GREEN COVE
SPRINGS, Florida, at 10:00 a.m. on the 26
day of June, 2006 the following described
property as set forth in said Summary Final
Judgment, to-wit:
LOT 29, BLOCK 7 OF BEL-
LAIR UNIT NO. 2, ACCORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 6, PAGE(S) 48 AND 49, OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
Dated this 26 day of May, 2006.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Circuit
Court, By: Holly Hurlburt, Deputy Clerk.
In accordance with the American with Dis-
abilities Act, persons with disabilities need-
ing 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.
Attorney for Plaintiff
David J. Stern, P.A.
801 S. University Dr., Ste. 500.
Plantation, FL 33324
(954) 233-8000
06-52425 SXNW
Legal no. 8461 published June 8 and 15,
2006 in Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHE FOURTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND
FOR CLAY COUNTY CASE NO. 10-2005-
CA-986
DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST
COMPANY, AS TRUSTEE, OF
AMERIQUEST MORTGAGE SECURITIES,
INC., ASSET BACKED PASS THROUGH
CERTIFICATES, SERIES 2004-R9, UNDER
THE POOLING AND SERVICING AGREE-
MENT DATED AS OF SEPTEMBER 1,
2004, WITHOUT RECOURSE,
Plaintiff,
VS.
TAMELA M. INTRIERI, ET, AL.,
Defendants
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Final Judgment of Foreclosure
dated May 25, 2006, and entered in Case
No. 10-2005-CA-986, of the Circuit Court of
the Fourth Judicial Circuit in and for Clay
County, Florida, wherein DEUTSCHE BANK
NATIONAL TRUST COMPANY, AS
TRUSTEE, OFAMERIQUEST MORTGAGE
SECURITIES, INC., ASSET BACKED PASS
THROUGH CERTIFICATED, SERIES 2004-
R9, UNDER THE POOLING AND SERVIC-
ING AGREEMENT DATED AS OF
SEPTEMBER 1, 2004, WITHOUT RE-
COURSE, is a Plaintiff and TAMELA M. IN-
TRIERI; PETER INTRIERI; UNKNOWN
TENANT are the Defendants. I will sell to
the highest and best'bidder for cash at Clay
County Courthouse, 825 N. Orange Avenue,


CLAY TODAY LEGALS 904-264-3200 X130 FAX# 904-264-3285 June 8, 2006


Green Cove Springs, FL, at 10:00AM on
June 26 2006 the following described prop-
erty as set forth in said Final Judgment, to
wit:
THE LAND REFERRED TO IN
THIS EXHIBIT IS LOCATED IN THE
COUNTY OF CLAY AND THE STATE OF
FLORIDA IN DEED BOOK 1799 AT.PAGE
578 AND DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS LOT
25, HIBERNIA FOREST, UNIT 2, AC-
CORDING TO PLAT THEREOF RECORD-
ED IN PLAT BOOK 5, PAGE 48, OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
(SEAL) JIMMY JETT, As Clerk of the Court,
By: Holly Hurlburt, As Deputy Clerk.
In accordance with the Americans with Dis-
abilities Act, persons needing reasonable ac-
commodation to participated in this
proceeding should, no later than seven (7)
days prior, contact the Clerk of the Court's
disability coordinator at 904-284-6349, 825
N ORANGE AVE., GREEN COVE
SPRINGS, FL 32043. If hearing impaired,
contact (TDD) via Florida Relay System.
Attorneys for Plaintiff
Ben-Ezra & Katz, P.A.
951 N.E. 167th St., Ste. 204
North Miami Beach, FL 33162
(304) 770-4100
16876
Legal no. 8462 published June 8 and 15,
2006 in Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper.

NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING
First Coast Technical Institute Board of Di-
rectors Meeting will be held Thursday, June
22, 2006 at 8:30 a.m. at Putnam County
Center 146 Comfort.Road Palatka, FL. The
meeting is open to public. If a person de-
cides to appeal any decision made by the
FCTI Board of Directors with respect to any
matter considered at such meeting or hear-
ing, he or she will need a record of the pro-
ceedings, and that, for such purpose, he or
she may need to ensure that a verbatim
record of the proceedings is made, which
record includes the testimony and evidence
upon which record includes the testimony
and evidence upon which the appeal is to be
based. Any person requiring special accom-
modations at this meeting because of a dis-
ability or physical impairment should contact
FCTI (904) 829-1011 at least five calendar
days prior to the meeting.
Christine Cothron
President
Legal no. 8463 published June 8, 2006 in
Clay County's Clay Today newspaper.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA.IN AND FOR CLAY COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO: 06-CA-290-E


GREEN TREE SERVICING, LLC.,
Plaintiff,
VS.
SUE E. MATTOX;
THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF SUE E.
MATTOX; JOHN DOE AND JANE DOE, UN-
KNOWN TENANTSS.
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT
TO FS. CHAPTER 45
NOTICE IS GIVEN that pursuant
to a-Final Judgment of Foreclosure, dated
May 25, 2006, in the above-styled cause, I
will sell to the highest and best bidder for
cash in the front entrance of the Clay Coun-
ty Courthouse, 825 N. Orange Avenue,
Green Cove Springs, Florida at 10:00 a.m.
on the 26 day of June. 2006 the following
described real and personal property:
LOT 38, BLOCK 3, BLACK
CREEK PARK, UNIT FOUR, ACCORDING
TO THE PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 16, PAGES 67 AND 68, PUB-
LIC RECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY, FLORI-
DA
TOGETHER WITH THAT CERTAIN MANU-
FACTURED HOME MORE SPECIFICALLY
DESCRIBED AS:
1994, HOMES OF MERIT/UNLIMITED
(23 X 48) WITH SERIAL NUMBER FLHML-
CP39710447 A&B.
Dated this 26, day of May, 2006.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of Court, By:
Holly Hurlburt, Deputy Clerk
Donnelly & Russo, P.A.
3708 W. Euclid Aie.
Tampa, FL 33629
(813) 832-9790
Legal no. 8464 published June 8 and 15,
2006 in Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper.

NOTICE OFAGENCYACTION TAKEN
BY THE ST. JOHNS RIVER WATER
MANAGEMENT DISTRICT
Notice is given that the following permit
was issued on May 26, 2006: SOUTHEAST
INVESTMENTS, INC., permit # 42-019-
104871-1. The project is located in Clay
County, Section 38, Township 6 South,
Range 26 East. The permit authorizes A
SURFACE WATER MANAGEMENT SYS-
TEM ON 1.57 ACRES TO SERVE A SINGLE
RETAIL ESTABLISHMENT known as Wal-
greens. The receiving water body is 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)
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. 8465 published June 8, 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
CASE NO.: 2005-26-CA
.DIVISION A
MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC
REGISTRATION SYSTEMS, INC. AS
NOMINEE FOR MORTGAGE INVESTORS
CORPORATION,
Plaintiff,
VS.
RUSSELL BURCH, et al,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Final Judgment of Mortgage
Foreclosure dated May 30, 2006 and en-
tered in Case No. 2005-26-CA of the.Circuit
in and for Clay County, Florida wherein
MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRA-.
TION SYSTEMS, INC. AS NOMINEE FOR
MORTGAGE INVESTORS CORPORA-
TION, is the Plaintiff and RUSSELL BURCH;


ANNIE E. BURCH; are the Defendants, I will
sell to the highest and best bidder for cash
at FRONT DOOR OF THE CLAY COUNTY
COURTHOUSE, GREEN COVE SPRINGS,
FLORIDA at 10:00AM, on the 22nd day of
June. 2006, the following described proper-
ty as set forth in said Final Judgment:
LOT 7, GLEN LAUREL, UNIT
THREE, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 32, PAGES 37 THROUGH 40, OF
THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF CLAY COUN-
TY, FLORIDA.
A/K/A 1704 GLEN LAUREL DRIVE, MID-
DLEBURG, FL 32068
WITNESS MY HAND and the
sealof this Court on May 31, 2006.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Circuit
Court, By: Ann Garrison, Deputy Clerk.
Echevarria, Codilis & Stawiarski
P.O. Box 25018
Tampa, FL 33622-5018
F04016572
GMAC-VA-B-dbandy
Legal no. 8466 published June 8 and 15,
2006 in Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND
FOR CLAY COUNTY
CASE #: 2004-CA-000112
DIVISION #:
UNC:
MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC
REGISTRATION SYSTEMS, INC.
Plaintiff,
VS.
DANY A. AVELINO AND ODETTE
AVELINO, HIS WIFE
Defendant(s).
AMENDED NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVE pur-
suant to an Order rescheduling foreclosure
sale dated May 30, 2006 entered in Civil
Case No. 2004-CA-000112 of the Circuit
Court of the 4th Judicial Circuit in and for
Cay County, Florida, wherein MORTGAGE
ELECTRONIC
REGISTRATION SYSTEMS, INC., Plaintiff
and DANY A. AVELINO AND ODETTE
AVELINO, HIS WIFE are defendantss, I
will sell to the highest and best bidder for
cash, AT THE FRONT DOOR OF THE
CLAY COUNTY COURTHOUSE LOCAT-
ED AT 825 NORTH ORANGE AVENUE,
GREEN COVE SPRINGS, CLAY COUN-
TY, FLORIDA, AT 10:00 A.M.. JUNE 30,
2006 FRIDAY, the following described
property-as set forth in said Final Judg-
ment, to-wit:
LOT 1, BLOCK 4, HERITAGE
FARMS UNIT 1, ACCORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 13, PAGES 49 THROUGH 53, IN-
CLUSIVE OF.THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA.


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Section B-23


DATED at GREEN COVE SPRINGS, Flori-
da, this 31 day of May, 2006.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Circuit
Court, By: Debra M. Beyrle, Deputy Clerk.
Attorney for Plaintiff
Shapiro & Fishman
Woodland Corporate Center
4505 Woodland Corporate Blvd.
Suite 100
Tampa, FL 33614
(813) 880-8888
04-63003T
Legal no. 8467 published June 8 and 15,
2006 in Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper.


NOTICE OF SALE
TO: UNIT#
GARY BOYD KM20
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 June 24. 2006
at 10:00AM 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. 8469 published June 8 and 15,
2006 in Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper.


NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
BURGART ENTERPRISES gives Notice of
Foreclosure of Lien and intent to sell these
vehicles on 06/30/2006. 12:01 pm at 4360
COUNTY ROAD 218 MIDDLEBURG, FL
32068-4852, pursuant to subsection 713.78
of the Florida Statutes. BURGART ENTER-
PRISES reserves the right to accept or reject
any and/or all bids.

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1993 Honda
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1994 Honda
Legal no. 8470 published June 8, 2006 in
Clay County's Clay Today newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, IN AND FOR
CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 06-CA-368
DIVISION: B
COMMUNITY FIRST CREDIT UNION OF
FLORIDA, F/K/A EDUCATIONAL COMMU-
NITY CREDIT UNION,
Plaintiff,
VS.
RANDI B. RODRICK MCLEOD and
CHRISTOPHER M. MCLEOD,
Defendants.
NOTICE FACTION
TO: RANDI B. RODRICK MCLEOD
CHRISTOPHER M. MCLEOD
Residences Unknown
Last Known Mailing Address:
403 WILLOW GREEN DRIVE
ORANGE PARK, FL 32073
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac-
tion to foreclose a mortgage on the following
property in Clay County, Florida:
LOT 55, SPENCER'S
CROSSING UNIT 6, ACCORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF, RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 27, PAGES 23, 24, 25, AND 26 OF
THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF CLAY COUN-
TY, 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 SIDNEY E. LEWIS,
ESQUIRE, plaintiff's .attorney, whose ad-
dress is 300 West Adams Street, Suite 300,
Jacksonville, Florida, 32202, within 30 days
after the first publication of this notice, 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 or petition.
WITNESS my hand and seal of
this Court, on the 1st day of June, 2006.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Circuit
Court, By: Ann Garrison, Deputy Clerk.
Sidney E. Lewis, Esquire
300 West Adams Street, Ste. 300
Jacksonville, FL 32202
Legal no. 8471 published June 8 and 15,
2006 in Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR CLAY COUN-
TY, FLORIDA, PROBATE DIVISION, FILE
NO: 06-CP-166
DIVISION: A
IN RE: ESTATE OF HARLEY AVERY
BAXLEY,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of Harley
Avery Baxley, deceased, whose date of
death was, January 1.2005, File Number 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 ad-
dresses of the personal representative and
the personal representative's attorney are
set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and other per-
sons, having claims or demands against
decedent's estate on whom a copy of this
notice is required to be served must file their
claims with this court WITHIN THE LATER
OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR
30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE
OFA COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and


other persons having claims or demands
against the decedent's estate must file their
claims with this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI-
CATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED 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: June 8, 2006.
William B. McMenamy
Donahoo, Ball & McMenamy, P.A.
Attorney for Personal Representative
Florida Bar No.: 292346
Betty S. Baxley
1230 Sunnymeade Drive
Nashville, Tennessee 37216
Personal Representative:
Legal no. 8472 published June 8 and 15,
2006 in Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper.


NOTICE OFAGENCYACTION TAKEN
BY THE ST. JOHNS RIVER WATER
MANAGEMENT DISTRICT
Notice is given that the following
permit was issued on May 9, 2006 to EAST
WEST PARTNERS, 2105 HARBOR LAKE
DRIVE, ORANGE PARK, FL 32003, Permit
No. 4-019-81625-2. The project, ROLLING
HILLS CR 739 LAKE ASBURY, is located in
Clay County, Section 27, Township 5S,
Range 25E. The permit authorizes CON-
STRUCTION OF A SURFACE WATER
MANAGEMENT SYSTEM WITH
STORMWATER TREATMENT BY WET DE-
TENTION FOR ROLLING HILLS CR 739
LAKE ASBURY, a 312.78 ACRE PROJECT.
The receiving water body is Bradley Creek


to Black Creek to the St. Johns River.
The file(s) containing the appli-
cation for the above listed permit is 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 Management Dis-
trict (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 Admin-
istrative Code Chapter 28-106 and be filed
with (received by) the District Clerk located
at District Headquarters, Highway 10 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
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 District's final action may be


CLAY COUNTY UTILITY AUTHORITY
The Finance Committee and the Personnel Committee of the Board of
Supervisors of the Clay County Utility Authority will meet in joint session at 2:00 P.M.
on Wednesday. June 28. 2006, in the conference room at the office of the Clay
County Utility Authority, 3176 Old Jennings Road, Middleburg, Florida.
In accordance with the Americans With Disabilities Act, any person need-
ing a special accommodation to participate in this matter, should contact the Clay
County Utility Authority by mail at 3176 Old Jennings Road, Middleburg, Florida 32068
or by telephone at (904) 213-2464, no later than 7 days prior to the hearing or proceed-
ing for which this notice has been given. Hearing impaired persons can access the
foregoing telephone number by contacting the Florida Relay Service at 1-800-955-
8770 (Voice) or 1-800-955-8771 (TDD).
If any person intends to appeal any decision related to this action, such
person will need to provide a court reporter at such persons own expense, for a tran-
script of the proceedings. All interested persons are invited to attend.
Legal no. 8458 published June 8, 2006 in Clay County's Clay Today newspaper.
CLT-0028-2306


LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
M.M. Parrish Construction Company, as the
Construction Manager for the Clay County District Schools
for the Classroom Replacement Project at Charles E.
Bennett Elementary School in Green Cove Springs, Florida,
is currently soliciting prequalification of subcontractors for
bidding on the following trade packages: demolition, sitework,
utility construction, concrete, masonry, light gauge steel
trusses, metal roofing, hollow metal doors & frames, wood
doors, finish hardware, aluminum storefront & windows, glass
& glazing, metal stud framing, drywall, acoustical ceilings,
flooring, painting, specialties, casework, HVAC, plumbing,
fire protection, electrical, and data/communications.
The deadline for submission of prequalification
information is June 16, 2006. Contract documents will be
made available to prequalified bidders. Bid schedule to be
released to prequalified bidders as it becomes available.
All correspondence should be forwarded to M.M.
Parrish Construction Company, attention: Doug Taulbee,
3455 SW 42nd Avenue, Gainesville, Florida 32608,
352-378-1571, Fax 352-377-0669.
Legal no. 8435 published June 1, 8 and 15, 2006 in Clay
County's Clay Today newspaper. CLT-0004 220.6



NOTICE OF MEETING

The 2005-2006 Clay County Charter Review
Commission's Report Sub-Committee will hold two public
meetings on Thursday June 15, 2006 and Monday, June 19,
2006 at 9:00 a.m. at the Orange Park Town Hall, 2042 Park
Avenue, Orange Park, Florida, 32073. This meeting is to
draft a report for consideration by the Charter Review
Commission. All interested persons are invited to attend.
In accordance with the Americans With Disabilities
Act, any person needing a special accommodation to partic-
ipate 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 at number
S(904)269-6376, no later than three (3) days prior to the
meeting for which this notice has been given. Hearing
impaired persons can access the foregoing telephone num-
ber by contacting the Florida Relay Service at 1-800-955-
8770 (Voice) or 1-800-955-8771 (TDD).
Charter Review Commission
Clay County, Florida
Legal no. 8479 published June 8 and 15, 2006 in Clay
County's Clay Today newspaper. CLT-0083-230


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 petition to become a party of the
proceeding, in accordance with the require-
ments set forth above.
Legal no. 8474 published June 8, 2006 in
Clay County's Clay Today newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR
CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO: 02-CA-1020-E
U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, AS
TRUSTEE UNDER THE POOLING AND
SERVICING AGREEMENT, DATED AS OF
OCTOBER 1, 2002, AMONG CREDIT-
BASED ASSET SERVICING AND SECURI-
TIZATION LLC, ASSET BACKED FUNDING
CORPORATION, LITTON LOAN SERVIC-
ING LP AND U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSO-
CIATION, C-BASS MORTGAGE LOAN
ASSET-BACKED CERTIFICATES, SERIES
2002-CB5, WITHOUT RECOURSE,
Plaintiff,
VS.
ERIC C. HERRING; ESTHER M. HERRING;
UNKNOWN TENANT I; UNKNOWN TEN-
ANT II; VILLAGES AT FIRESIDE UNIT 2
HOMEOWNER'S ASSOCIATION, INC.;
GROVER C. BAGBY; JACQUELYN BAGBY;
ASSOCIATION OF VILLAGES OF FIRE-
SIDE, INC., and any unknown heirs, de-
visees, grantees, creditors, and other
unknown persons or unknown spouses
claiming by, through and under any of the
above-named Defendants,


Defendants.
AMENDED NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE is hereby given that the
undersigned Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Clay County, Florida, will on the 29 day of
June, 2006, at 10:00 o'clock AM, at the Front
door of the Clay County Courthouse, in
Green Cove Springs, at 10:00 a.m., offer for
sale and sell at public outcry to the highest
and best bidder for cash, the following-de-
scribed property situate in Clay County,
Florida:
LOT 11, VILLAGES OF FIRE-
SIDE UNIT 2, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK
28, PAGES 47 THROUGH 51 OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
pursuant to the Final Judgment entered in a
case pending in said Court, the style of
which is indicated above.
WITNESS my hand and official
seal of said Court this 30 day of May, 2006.
In accordance with the Americans With Dis-
abilities Act, persons with disabilities need-
ing a special accommodation to participate
in this proceeding should contact Martha
Butler, Supervisor, Circuit Civil, 825 N. Or-
ange Avenue, Green Cove Springs, Florida,
telephone (904) 269-6349, not later than
seven (7) days prior to the proceeding. If
hearing impaired, (TDD) 1-800-955-8771, or
Voice (V) 1-800-955-8770, via Florida Relay
Service.
(SEAL) James B. Jett, Clerk of the Circuit
Court, By: Tammy Rosenbaum,Deputy
Clerk.


CLAY COUNTY UTILITY AUTHORITY
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

The Board of Supervisors of the Clay County Utility Authority will meet at
2:00 P.M. on Tuesday. June 20. 2006, in the Board Room at the Clay County Utility
Authority, 3176 Old Jennings Road, Middleburg, Florida.
In accordance with the Americans With Disabilities Act, any person need-
ing a special accommodation.to participate in-this matter, should contact the Clay
County Utility Authority by mail at 3176 Old Jennings Road, Middleburg, Florida 32068
or by telephone at (904) 213-2464, no later than 7 days prior to the hearing or proceed-
ing for which this notice has been given. Hearing impaired persons can access the
foregoing telephone number by contacting the Florida Relay Service at 1-800-955-
8770 (Voice) or 1-800-955-8771 (TDD).
If any person intends to appeal any decision related to this action, such per-
son will need to provide a court reporter at such person's own expense, for a transcript
of the proceedings. All interested persons are invited to attend.
For further information, call 213-2464.
Legal no. 8456 published June 8, 2006 in Clay County's Clay Today newspaper.
CLT-0026-2306



NOTICE OF MEETING

The 2005-2006 Clay County Charter Review
Commission will hold their Fourth Public Hearing regarding
amendments to place on the November ballot on Monday.
June 19, 2006, 7:00 p.m., at the Orange Park Town Hall,
2042 Park Avenue, Orange Park, Florida, 32073. All inter-
ested 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 telephone 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 forego-
ing 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. 8478 published June 8 and 15, 2006 in Clay
County's Clay Today newspaper.
CLT-0082-2306



LEGAL NOTICE

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING to determine if it is in the public's best
interest for the Clay County Utility Authority, with its own services, employees, and
equipment, to install water and wastewater main extensions along County Road 220,
Clay County, Florida from RideOut -Hide-A-Way subdivision to the Westside of
Blanding Boulevard and through an existing easement at Middleburg High School, the
cost of which exceeds $200,000. The Public Hearing will specifically consider (1) the
cost of the project, (2) whether the project requires an increase in the number of gov-
erhmental employees, an increase in capital expenditures for public facilities, equip-
ment or other capital assets, (3) the impact on local economic development, (4) the
impact on small and minority business owners, (5) the impact on state and local tax
revenues, (6) whether the private sector contractors provides health insurance and
other benefits equivalent to those provided by the local government, and (7) any other
factors relevant to what is in the public's best interest. Additional information, includ-
ing the plans for the proposed work, is available for inspection at the office of the Clay
County Utility Authority, located at 3176 Old Jennings Road, Middleburg, Florida
32068-3907, Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM, except legal holidays. The
Public Hearing will be held in the Board of Supervisors Meeting Room located at 3176
Old Jennings Road, Middleburg, Florida, at 2:30 PM, Tuesday, June 20, 2006.
Following the Public Hearing, which may be adjourned from time to time, the Clay
County Utility Authority's Board of Supervisors may find the construction of the project
with its own services, employees, and equipment to be in the public's best interest.
In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, any person need-
ing "a special accommodation to participate in this matter, should contact the Clay
County Utility Authority by mail at 3176 Old Jennings Road, Middleburg, Florida
32068-3907, or by telephone toll free at 1-877-476-2282, extension 2464, or locally at
(904) 272-5999, extension 2464, no later than seven (7) days prior to the Public
Hearing or proceeding for which this notice has been given. Hearing impaired persons
can access the foregoing telephone number by contacting the Florida Relay Service
at 1-800-955-8770 (Voice), or 1-800-955-8771 (TDD).
If any person intends to appeal any decision related to this action, such
person will need to provide a court reporter at such person's own expense, for a tran-
script of the proceedings. All interested persons are invited to attend.
CLAY COUNTY UTILITY AUTHORITY
Ray O. Avery, Executive Director
Legal no. 8457 published June 8, 2006 in Clay County's Clay Today newspaper.
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Legal no. 8475 published June 8 and 15,
2006 in Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR
CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO: 10-2002-CA-1086-A
LASALLE BANK, NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION AS TRUSTEE FOR CER-
TIFICATEHOLDERS OF EMC
MORTGAGE LOAN TRUST SERIES 2001-
A
Plaintiff,
VS.
DEBRA K. SWEAT; UNKNOWN SPOUSE
OF DEBRA K. SWEAT; COASTLINE FED-
ERAL CREDIT UNION, and any unknown
heirs, devisees, grantees, creditors, and
other unknown persons or unknown spous-
es claiming by, through and under any of the
above-named Defendants,
Defendants.
AMENDED NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE is hereby given that the
undersigned Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Clay County, Florida, will on the 3 day of
July, 2006, at 10:00 o'clock A.M at the Front
door of the Clay County Courthouse, in
Green Cove Springs., offer for sale and sell


at public outcry to the highest and best bid-
der for cash, the following-described proper-
ty situate in Clay County, Florida:
A PARCEL OF LAND LYING IN
THE NORTH V/ OF SECTION 19, TOWN-
SHIP 4 SOUTH, RANGE 25 EAST, CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA. SAID PARCEL BEING
A PORTION OF THE LANDS DESCRIBED
IN O.R. 267, PAGE 94 OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF SAID COUNTY AND BEING
MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS
FOLLOWS: COMMENCE THE NORTH-
WEST CORNER OF SAID SECTION 19
AND RUN SOUTH 00o 31'50" EAST,
ALONG THE WEST LINE THEREOF,
2710.26 FEET; THENCE RUN NORTH 890
51'45" E, 2633.32 FEET; THENCE RUN
NORTH 000 35'56" WEST, 1131.62 FEET
TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING; THENCE
CONTINUE NORTH 000 35'56" WEST,
ALONG THE WEST LINE OF HAVEN-
WOOD ROAD, 177.00 FEET TO THE
NORTH LINE OF SAID LANDS (O.R. 267,
PAGE 94); THENCE RUN NORTH 890
59'44" WEST, ALONG THE SOUTH LINE
OF HAVEWOOD ROAD, 286.00 FEET;
THENCE RUN SOUTH 000 35'56" EAST,
192.00 FEET; THENCE RUN NORTH 870
00'03" EAST, 286.25 FEET TO THE POINT
OF BEGINNING. SUBJECT TO A 10 FOOT
EASEMENTALONG HAVENWOOD ROAD.
pursuant to the Amended Final Judgment
entered in a case pending in said Court, the
style of which is indicated above.
WITNESS my hand and official
seal of said Court this 2 day of June, 2006.
In accordance with the Americans With
Disabilities Act, persons with disabilities


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(SEAL) James B. Jett, Clerk of the Circuit
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Legal no. 8477 published June 8 and 15,
2006 in Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper.


THE ST. JOHNS RIVER WATER MAN-
AGEMENT DISTRICT HAS RECEIVED
THE APPLICATIONS) FOR ENVIRON-
MENTAL RESOURCE PERMITS) FROM:
WAL-MART STORES EAST LP, 2001 SW
10TH ST., BENTONVILLE, AR 72716, appli-
cation #40-019-105752-1. The project is lo-
cated in Clay County, Section 23, Township
04 South, Range 25 East. The ERP applica-
tion is for construction of a surface water


management system for a 27.1-acre, devel-
opment known as Wal-Mart Supercenter
#1225-03.
MAGNOLIA HEIGHTS
OWNERS, 2955 HARTLEY RD., SUITE
108, JACKSONVILLE, FL 32257, application
#40-019-105836-1. The project is located in
Clay County, Section 14, Township 05 South,
Range 24 East. The ERP application is for
construction of a surface water management
system for a 17.2-acre residential develop-
ment known as Magnolia Heights.
CLIMATIZED SELF STORAGE
CONSTRUCTION COMPANY LLC, 1610 S.
8TH ST., FERNANDINA BEACH, FL 32034,
application #40-019-16906-4. The project is
located in Clay County; Section 13, Township
04 South, Range 25 East. The ERP appli-
cation is for construction of a surface water
management system for a 3.24-acre com-
mercial development known as Climatized
Storage-Blanding Blvd.
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. 8480 published June 8, 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 3/16/06
FREEDOM BAPTIST CHURCH, 7207
STATE ROAD 21, KEYSTONE HEIGHTS,


June 8, 2006
FL 32656, permit #42-019-100030-1. The
project is located in Clay County, Section 17,
Township 8 South, Range 23 East. The per-
mit authorizes MODIFICATION OF ONE RE-
TENTION POND on 4.5 acres to serve
expansion of existing retention pond known
as Freedom Baptist Church New Sanctuary.
The receiving water body is Brooklyn 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 formulate final
agency action, the filing of a petition means
that the District's final action may be differ-
ent from the position taken by it in this notice
of intent. Persons whose substantial inter-
ests will be affected by any such final deci-
sion of the District on the applicant have the
right to petition to become a party to the pro-
ceeding, in accordance with the require-
ments set forth above.
Legal no. 8481 published June 8, 2006 in
Clay County's Clay Today newspaper.


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5) Publix (#277)- 868 Blanding OP
6) Shell Station 890 Blanding & Ridgecrest OP
7) Eckerd's- 906 Blanding Blvd OP
8) Albertson's (#4378)- 950 Blanding Blvd OP
9) Woody's BBQ Rest. -950 Blanding Blvd OP
10) McDonald's Rest. -1083 Blanding Blvd OP
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121 BP Staton 1102 Blanding & Jefferson OP
13) Shell Station -1201 Blanding &
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15) Walgreen's -1320 Blanding Blvd OP
16) Winn-Dixie (#8) -1339 Blanding OP
17) Cheap Butts & Suds 20 Knight Boxx
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23) Lil Champ(#1172) 2468 Blanding(21)
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24) Texaco/Sunshine Food 2476 Blanding(21) MBG
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
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451 Melrose Cafe 88 SR21 MEL
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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 RcLOP
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(f362) 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
9 1i Walgreen'S 609 Kingirlev Ave OP
':1 Lil Cnam i25J1i 695 kingsleyv Dr
Lake OP
931 PuOD i-668, i10 Elinding Elvo OP
941 HessiF9?21 66 Blanding Blvo OP
951 Barnnills Pest J5 Blanding Elvo OP
961 LII Cn3mp Y510 86 Bianaing i.
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971 Golden Corra: 592 Blanaing Blvd OP
981 Hessi937 1- 609 Blanaing Blvd OP
991 Lii Champ 3 311 102 Suzanne Dr OP
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103) Lil Champ (#267) 338 College &
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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 BBO 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
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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
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133) Dry Clean City 3535-1 Hwy 17 OP
134) Sprint(#6078) 4305 Hwy 17 & Raggedy Pt. OP
135) Gate Petroleum Co (#1198) -
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