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Title: The Baker County press
Uniform Title: Baker County press (Macclenny, Fla. 1929)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Tate Powell
Place of Publication: Macclenny Fla
Creation Date: February 3, 2005
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Macclenny (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Baker County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Baker -- Macclenny
Coordinates: 30.283333 x -82.116667 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Apr. 12, 1929.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 11, no. 39 (Jan. 2, 1931).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS


Cat wrestlers host
six team match


75th Year, Vol. 43 Thursday February 3, 2005 Macclenny, Florida 500


Chronic


offender


is given


10-year


sentence

A Macclenny man was sentenc-
ed to 10 years in prison for selling
cocaine near Keller Intermediate
School in 2003.
Michael Moring, 24, pled no con-
test to drug charges in several cases
on the eve of trial January 20.
He had been serving a sentence
imposed after a trial last year, and
will receive credit against his 10-
year sentence for 218 days he's al-
ready served.

Defendant Michael
Moring had been
arrested four times
over a six month
period for drug sales.

Over a period of six months in
2003, Mr. Moring was arrested four
separate times on drug charges.
In June, he sold $30 worth of
.crack cocaine to a police informant
out of a house on Martin Luther
King Jr. Boulevard.
..The location was within 1000.
feet of a school, which state law
treats more severely. .
Three months later, he was back
selling crack from the same place
to another informant.
A week later he was stopped
while driving on US 90 by an offi-
cer who knew his license had been
suspended. The deputy found crack
in the car.
Finally in December, while Mr.
Moring was being arrested at his
Sycamore Street home for the June
crack sale to the informant, he was
charged with illegal possession of a
prescription drug.
In another case settled before tri-
al, Lester Stewart of Sanderson was
sentenced to three years for traf-
ficking in cocaine. He will get
credit for 45 days already served.
Prosecutors dropped a charge of
selling a controlled substance.
The jury had already been cho-
sen to hear the case when the plea
agreement was reached January 20
Mr. Stewart sold 33.5 grams of
powder cocaine to a police infor-
mant for $1200 in October 2003 in
Sanderson.
Immediately after the transac-
tion. which took place October 3,
2003 in Sanderson, investigators
went into the home and arrested
him.
In other cases, Judge David
Giant on January 24 issued the fol-
lowing sentences:
SHenry Brannlr received 90
days, with credit for 90 days alrea-
dy served, after pleading no contest
burglary and theft charges. He also
must serve five years' probation.
Gloria Davis pled no contest to
petit theft and received one year's
probation. She had been charged
with grand theft auto and grand
theft.
Michael Jackson was sentenc-
ed to 18 months in prison for sexu-
al battery on a child.
William Taylor pled no contest
to misdemeanor possession of mar-
ijuana, possession of drug para-
phernalia and reckless driving. He
was sentenced to 30 months of pro-
bation. Prosecutors dropped a
charge of sale/possession of a con-
trolled substance. The reckless dri-
ving plea was a downgrade from
the original charge of driving under
the influence.
Catherine Wright was sentenc-
ed to three years of drug-offender
probation after pleading no contest
to forgery charges and possession
of cocaine.


Developer input


on proposed law


to require paving


Motorcyclecar collision injures two Thursday
Police taped off the scene of a two vehicle collision at the intersection of SR 121 and Mud Lake Road about noon on January 27. The
driver on a borrowed southbound motorcycle sustained a severe leg injury when his bike struck the Camaro in the background. The
driver of the car pulled onto 121 from the eastbound lane ahead of a southbound tractor-trailer on 121 about the same time the motor-
cycle was passing it at an angle hidden from the driver's view. The Florida Highway Patrol was unable to locate an accident report
with the names of the drivers and other details. Both were hospitalized.


Pineview golf club


on selling block?
The 139 acre privately-owned Pineview Golf and Country
Club will likely be sold to a private land development group
that in turn plans to sell off the adjacent Broken Oak Subdivis-
ion in the beginning phases of development just to the south f
off Lowder St.
Wayne Combs, president of the four member Broken Oak
group, confirmed Tuesday a contract pends on purchase of the
40-year-old 18 hole course owned by Dr. Gary Dopson, who is
also mayor of Macclenny. Both the properties lie in the city
limits.
Dr. Dopson, a private practice family physician, deferred :
specific comment on a pending sale, except to confirm he is
looking at "several possibilities."
"I can't say anything for sure now, but as the price of run-
ning a golf course goes up it's not as viable as it once was. You
can't raise the prices enough to make it worthwhile; people
will go somewhere else," he said. He confirmed that several
parties have been interested in Pineview for residential devel-
opment.
If it sells, Baker County will be without a golf course,
though a Miami-based group said recently its long range plans
for a large tract off CR 125 near Ode Yarbrough Road include de
multiple courses. R
Mr. Combs likewise was hesitant to discuss the other party
in a Broken Oak contract until a deal is finalized. It consists of 18
32.5 acres and the group is still in the infrastructure stage of gl


Developers will be invited to a
workshop later this month to dis-
cuss a proposed county ordinance
requiring roads to be paved in all
new subdivisions.
Pending adoption of the ordi-
nance, the Baker County Commis-
sion in December imposed a mora-
torium on approving new subdivi-
sion plats. The temporary ban came
as the commission acknowledged
homeowner associations do not ade-
quately handle long range mainte-
nance of roads, ditches, retention
ponds and other amenities. ,
Ironically, in a two-hour work-
shop prior to the February 1 meet-
ing, the commission learned of.a
similar arrangement that may be-
come part of the county's first de-
velopment of regional impact.


The county's only golf course may be sold off for residential development.
development. Other principles are Tommy Rhoden, Mitch Canaday and Rock
hoden.
Recently the group successfully sought re-zoning from Macclenny to allow
8 twin-unit townhouses in Broken Oak. The bulk of the tract is zoned for sin-
e-family homes on small lots.


School architect offers analysis to county


The Baker County school dis-
trict's architect has offered a no-
cost analysis of problems remain-
ing from construction of the court-
house addition.
Bill Bishop of Jacksonville firm


Akel, Logan and Shafer was re-
cruited b' newly hired county zon-
ing code inspector Bobby Hancock,
who was the school district director
of plant services until his retire-
ment in 2000.


At the courthouse, Mr. Bishop
will check three problems remain-
ing from the 1999-2000 project that
doubled the size of the courthouse:
the air conditioner system, base-
ment flooding, cracks and under-


NAS Jax pilots land at Baker Head Start last week
Navy Lt. Jerick Black reads to students at Baker Head Start as part of the annual Reading is Fundamental program January 28. Lt. Com-
mander Scott Hendricks read to children In another classroom. In all, about 25 young students ages 3-5 participated in the two-day event.
Head Start sponsors the reading event each year, and later this month invited adults from the Baker County community to visit classrooms
and read from children's books.


ground water seepage in the park-
ing lot.
Mr. Bishop's offer of free evalu-
ation also extends to the leaking
roof at the county annex on North
Fifth Street. However, a fee will
apply if Mr. Bishop is asked to
draw up corrective plans for any of
the problems.
Meanwhile, the Baker County
Commission and Clerk of Courts
Al Fraser hope the contractor who
won a February 1 bid award will be
able to cure chronic leaks in the flat
roofs at the east and west ends of
the original half of the courthouse.
The segments have undergone
Numerous unsuccessful repairs, but
the specifications this time call for
adding a slope to direct rainwater
away from the building.
The sole $23,860 bid came from
Prestige Construction Systems Inc.
of Jacksonville.
The Fifth Street annex has had
roof leaks on the west wing occu-
pied by the elections supervisor
and north side atop the tax collec-
tor's space. The south side used by
the property appraiser has so far es-
caped leaks, but that may be be-
cause an adjoining building acts as
a wind break.
Several patch jobs have been
done on the annex, but they did not
hold up'during last fall's hurri-
canes.


Adar Developers LLP of Miami
has proposed a Community Devel-
opment District label for a 5845
acre mix of residential, commercial
and recreation project west of Ode
Yarbrough Road.
The CDD would allow Adar to
float a bond issue to pave the roads
and perhaps to pay for a number of
other promised improvements-like
- two golf courses, three schools, sub-
stations for fire, rescue and sher-
iff's departments.
The bond issue would give Adar
the money for the extras while still
being able to sell its proposed
15,000 home lots at a price compe-
titive with nearby properties.
Brian Teeple and Ed Lehman of
the Northeast Florida Regional
Planning Council indicated the as-
sessment process would be set up
by the developer, not .collected as
part of property taxes.
Adar is already facing a lengthy
Development of Regional Impact
process that will take a year or long-
er. A DRI is triggered at a certain de-
velopment range, which in Baker
County is 625 or more homes.
In other items February 1, the
commission agreed to proceed with
a $5 million paving loan from Mer-
cantile Bank. The board wants to
keep annual payments at about'the
same $289,000 as a current loan.
SBank president John Kennedy said
he will have figures on the interest
rate and repayment term in about
ten days. Up to half the county's
six cent local option gas tax will be
pledged toward repayment of the
loan.
In another road paving item, Jo-
seph Wells of grant coordinating
firm Jordan and Associates of Or-
ange Park said he will head a team
checking financial eligibility in
several areas the next couple of
weekends. At least 51% of homes
in a target area must be low income
to qualify for road paving paid for
by a Community Development
Block Grant.
The board approved financing
five new road graders with a
$688,148 loan at 4% interest
through Caterpillar Finance of
Nashville, Tenn. Repayment will
be at $55,063 for each of the next
five years.
The only other bid came from
Mercantile Bank at 4.1%.
In another bid award, Gary
Hodges will harvest timber from
part of the 1600 acre St. Mary's
Shoals Park near Cuyler. Mr.
Hodges bid $1350, and the sole
other bid was from Emerald Tim-
ber Co. Inc. at $1000.
An agreement was signed with
the Florida Department of Trans-
portation to repair the Greens'
Creek Bridge on CR 125 South.
FDOT will be responsible for de-
sign, federal approval and con-
struction of the bridge.
The pact does not stipulate a
start or completion date.
In a final item, the board ap-
proved advertising for three vacant
road department positions.


Involved with

Super Bowl?
If you plan on having an in-
teresting job or vantage point
this weekend during the Super
Bowl, it may well be something
our readers would love to hear
about. We had some response to
our similar inquiry last week,
but we're looking for more.
Even if you're just a sightseer,
and see something or someone
interesting, let us know. Call
259-2400 or e-mail jamesmc-
gauley@nefcom.net.


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school districts due to sparse stu-
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No license,

1she tells officer
A woman who advised a deputy
sheriff at the scene of an accident
the afternoon of January 26 that
she was driving on a suspended li-
cense was arrested for that and
careless driving.
Sgt. Michael Crews also learn-
ed that Traci D. Hamer, 48, of
Live Oak; was wanted on a Colum-
bia County arrest warrant: The po-
lice report did not note the charge.
Ms. Hamer was involved in an
accident at SR 121 and Woodlawn
Road, and the officer said she ap-
proached him with the admission
on the suspended license when he
arrived at the scene. He confirmed
it with a check of computer re-
cords.
In another arrest later that eve-
ning, Kathleen L. Kallunki, 39, of
Key West was charged with disor-
derly intoxication at the west-
bound Interstate 10 rest area west
of Sanderson.
An FHP trooper on security de-
tail at the rest area advised the
sheriff's department Ms. Kallunki
appeared drunk and apparently
had solicited sex acts from at least
two truck drivers.
She also wandered into a near-
by on-ramp back to the interstate.


A county deputy arrested Wil-
liam R. Gainey, 33 of Macclenny
the. morning of January 29 for
twice breaking down doors at a
home occupied by an ex-wife in
the northwest city.
Tonya Stokes, 34, who has a
Middleburg address but was stay-
ing at a residence off Long Dr., told
police Mr. Gainey broke through a
rear door about 4:30 am but did not
come inside.
He returned just before 8:00 am
and forced his way inside through
another door, yelling at Ms. Stokes
"in a rage." She called police, and
Deputy Erik Deloach said he saw
the ex-husband in a neighbor's
yard while he was interviewing the
complainant.
He searched the immediate
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a fight the evening of January 24
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IMPRESSIONS


Here's something to think about
during Super Bowl week when the
world's attention (not that part of
the world where people don't
know where their next meal is
coming from) turns to northeast
Florida.
Insecure people often take
excessive offense at slights from
others.
Makes no difference if the
slights are serious or in fun, to the
overly-sensitive they are intolera-
ble. It can make everyday living a
lot more difficult.
Consider the barbs delivered by
sports writers so far about the
Jacksonville area before most of
them even arrived here to cover
the garte.
It's a Waffle House mecca; it
still should be called Cowford; a
super-sized Big Mac is the best
thing on the menu of the best
restaurant in town. Bla, bla bla.
Florida Times-Union columnist
Mark Woods on Monday took a
jab at Baker County, suggesting
tongue-in-cheek that visitors might
want to drive oit here to the scene
of last year's infamous Operation
Blackberry mass arrest by state
game officers of poachers and
moonshiners.
The suggestion, of course, was
meant to demonstrate that there
are negative things to look for if
you want to. Mr. Woods also
included a shopping list of things
he likes about northeast Florida,
and suggested visiting sports writ-
ers avoid them lest they become
enamored with the area like he is.
Baker County residents who
work in Jacksonville, go to school
or church there and otherwise have
friends and relatives there are used
to barbs like this. So maybe we
have thicker skin than Jacksonville
people do when others from the -
northeast take shots at "redneck"
north Florida.
Things are seldom as others
portray them. It takes about half
the normal adult lifetime to come
to that realization, and if one is
confident of one's reasons for
doing something like choosing a
place to live instead of simply
being born there one doesn't pay


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much mind to what others say.
So, if a sports writer from
Washington, D.C. or Philadelphia
wants to get things stirred up by
flinging barbs at Jacksonville and
musing as to why the NFL would
ever choose such a place for its
Big Dance, who does that harm?
I love the D.C. area and haven't
spent much time in Philly except
occasionally at the airport. I don't
,think I'd like to live in either place
-for a number of reasons, but they
aren't things that prevent me from
seeing why other, perfectly sane,
people might want to live there.
I don't know many people
being kept in Baker County or
northeast Florida against their will.
Most of us are here because we
want to be here, and the negatives
one amasses about any location
obviously are outweighed by the
pluses. That's the way life works,
except for the unfortunate few
among us who find themselves in


intolerable situations through no
fault of their own.,
Things like war, tsunamis, large
scale starvation and deprivation
from any number of causes now
those are things to be concerned
about; reasons why someone
wouldn't want to live in a particu-
lar place.
What we're talking about here
is the location of a Super Bowl,
perhaps the world's most brash
example of celebrating excess and
the good life not enjoyed by the
majority of people on this earth.
If we don't have the "right"
restaurants, the "right" 'night spots,
enough hotel rooms or spaces to
park private jets, I'm not sure
that's something we need to feel
inferior about.
So, lighten up. We are who we
are, and we'll still be that next
Monday when everybody else
leaves northeast Florida.
Adios.


Denied CoA board seat


Dear Editor:
Do we still have a democratic
society, or has it changed to a
bureaucratic dictatorship?
Do we still have a right to life,
liberty and the pursuit of happi-
ness?
We senior citizens of Baker
County want to know why we have
been denied a seat on the Council
on Aginig board of directors.
We felt a spokesman who actu-
ally knew of our wants and needs
could best speak on our behalf. We
were told this is not feasible for
two reasons:
V It would be too "confusing."
For whom, we ask? Do they think
we are too senile to know or un-
derstand what is going on?
We assure them, we are not..
Maybe the "confusion" would be
on their part. Our input would not
fit into their agenda, or their plans
for us.
The second thing we were told
was we are more than welcome to
attend Council meetings, and if a
discussion was put to the floor, we
would be able to respond.
Hurray! We have a voice. But it
isn't heard. Their actions will be
what they deem right for us. Is that
how liberty works?
Based on last week's cost-cut-
ting endeavors, the following


arrangements are being enacted:
V Privatizing home health care.
Since when can a business that is
in existence to make money give
the personal care better than some-
one who personally cares about
the needy?
We had Baker County neigh-
bors treating neighbors. The cli-
ents felt safe allowing them into
their homes. How safe will they
feel allowing strangers to help
them?
V Changing deliveries to home
bound 'clients to three hot meals
and two packaged meals a week.
Why bother with the packaged?
If a homebound client were capa-
ble of preparing his or her own
meal, they wouldn't be on the list.
What if they have no microwave
oven? What if they can't reach the
oven knob on their stove?
Most important, what if they
forget to turn an oven off, or burn
themselves? No one will be there
to help them.
Our homebound residents rely
on that hot meal and the company
of the person who delivers it. They
make quick assessments of each
client's daily needs. To abandon
them four of seven days a week is
to deny them the right to life.
MARY KELLEHER
Representing numerous senior citizens
Macclenny


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Ah yes, this is the week people
in the area have either anticipated
or dreaded for five years. The Su-
per Bowl is finally here.
It will be a red letter day for
Jacksonville. Not because of the.
big game, but because it will mark
the first time more than 12 people
'have ever ridden the Skyway Ex-
press at one time. The fact that all
of them will be from out of town
doesn't really count.
Jacksonville has spent millions
of dollars preparing for this week.
Not since Sherman marched across
.Georgia on his way to the sea:have
this number of out-of-towners de-
scended. Some pundits estimate
that 200,000 folks who didn't even
know Jacksonville existed at the
start of the football season will be
rolling into town.
Only a small portion of them
will have hotel rooms. The rest in-
tend to sleep in their cars or wher-
ever they pass out. This is a major
concern to. officials in the River
City. Usually it is only the home-
less who do that. As a result, to
make room in the city's gutters for
a higher class of street people, all
the homeless have been removed.
The story is that they are being
housed in a couple of area schools'
(gee, I wonder if The Bolles School
is one of them). They haven't an-
nounced which schools. That is a
shame because I'm sure the local
PTA would love to have a bake


Hattie Edu

merits 'legend'

status already

Dear Editor:
Last Saturday I attended the
funeral service of a woman who
had over the years woven her
name so strongly into this commu-
nity that she probably qualifies as
a legend.
I refer to Hattie Lou English.
We hear so much today about
the importance of diversity, yet
I've met few people who can actu-
ally be said to have lived a life
with such a strong belief in the
goodness of all people.
My family had the good fortune
to have Hattie Lou come into our
lives about 30 years ago, helping
to raise our children and run our
household.
She taught us about being re-
sourceful and appreciating what
one has and how to enjoy a quick-
"ly prepared meal df eggs, rice and
meat (fondly known to her as "Do-
lolly). She taught the wonders of
music and singing out loud for the
pure enjoyment of it.
Hattie Lou attended church
with our family over the Christmas
season, and after the formal
lessons were over, she sat up at the
piano and gave lessons of her own.
A person who had recently moved
here, after watching her play and
sing, could only ask fondly, "Who
was that?"
Like the Pied Piper'that she
was, Hattie Lou had, brought
another into her parade of life.
If your name is Griffis, Bennett,
Lyons, Johns, Taylor, Kirkland,
Whitney, Knabb or Davis, you'
probably understand fully what
this lady was about. There are also
numerous grandchildren and
neighbor children she influenced
as well.
If you weren't fortunate enough
to have kpown her during her
nearly 90 years on this Earth, you
surely missed a most wonderful
lady who was an example of pure
goodness and one who always
found the upside of anything.
We're sure the better for having
Hattie Lou in our lives and family.
GEORGE & KAY HEDGE
JENNIFER, BRIAN AND OVER
Macclenny and Glen St. Mary


Chamber

materials


More out-of-towners


than when Sherman


marched into Georgia


sale.
Jacksonville officials are a little
ticked off because newspaper col-
umnists in Philadelphia and Bos-
ton have hinted that Jacksonville
isn't sophisticated enough for the
high class clientele who will be at-
tending the game.
Ya think?.
That may be so, but last time I
checked there was three feet of
snow in Boston and Philadelphia.
At least here you don't have to wait
until the icebreakers clear the river
to sail your boat up to the Jackson-
ville Landing.
One rapper cancelled his perfor-
mance because he couldn't get 15
five-star hotel rooms for his en-
tourage. Of course, three years ago
he was living out of a cardboard
box in Philadelphia, but it was a
sophisticated cardboard box.
In theory, the game itself will
kick off sometime in the near fu-
ture-I'm not really sure when, how-
ever. I think the NFL plans to wait
until every celebrity ever featured
on VHl's Fabulous Life Of.. has
arrived.
That could be awhile. It's hard
to find that many private planes
willing to land at JIA. But at some
unspecified point, a game is sup-
Sposed to break out between the New
England Patriots and the Philadel-
phia Eagles.
If you plan to attend any of the
hundreds of Super Bowl related
activities, get a jump on the com-
petition-go now and have your
head examined. Over 200,000 peo-
ple will bQ arriving in the next few
days. All of them will expect to
find a parking place downtown.
None of them have tickets to the
big game. In fact, no one who isn't
< a rapper, a member of a Fortune '
500 company or have been fea-
tured on VH1's Fabulous Life Of...
can afford tickets to the Super
Bowl. The rest of these people are
here to tie up traffic, get drunk and
throw up on each other's shoes, or
to see Paris Hilton. They don't
care which.
If you like to gawk at celebrities,
you have hit pay dirt. They will all
be here. I'm not talking about real
celebrities like Tom Hanks or Ni-
cole Kidman. They have better
things to do, like make Oscar nom-
inated movies.
I'm talking about celebrities
like Hilton, whose only claim to
fame is being the daughter of hotel
magnate Conrad Hilton and hav-
ing so much money she doesn't
need a real job and can spend her
time making illicit sex tapes for
sale on the Internet. Hilton tried to
reserve the top floor of her daddy's
Hilton Hotel for the week, but was
told it was being reserved for real
celebrities.
We'll probably see celebs like
Amber Frey or Brigitte Nielson.
Both are minor celebs. Frey isn't
an entertainer, she just dated mur-
derer Scott Peterson and wrote a
book about it. Nielson is featured
on the reality show Surreal Life in
,which she just-I don't know, lives
her surreal life. It used to be that
people who lived surreal lives ei-
ther painted pictures and cut off an
ear or were on heavy medication.
Now they are on reality television
shows and go to the Super Bowl.
Former NFL stars will be on
hand at parties and maybe even the
game if they know a rapper or a
minor celebrity. If you're a former
NFL player and aren't a commen-
tator on ESPN, there's really not a
lot for you to do accept play in ce-
lebrity golf tournaments and come
to the Super Bowl. Maybe if you
look hard enough, you'll even see
OJ Simpson in Jacksonville hunt-
ing for the real killer of his wife
Nichole. He's looked unsuccess-
frilly on just about every golf course
in the continental United States.
I'm probably just going to stay
home, eat some unsophisticated
barbecue, and watch the game on
television. If I get really ambitious,
I might hang out in the parking lot
at the Wal-Mart Superstore on the
Westside in hopes of catching a
glimpse of a former American Idol
contestant or somebody voted off
Survivor Island in week two.


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BY MICHAEL RINKER
Press Commentary
If you haven't had the pleasure
of reading this year's "Buyer's
Guide" from the Baker County
Chamber of Commerce, grab a
cappuccino, settle down in your
Favorite recliner and let me take
you on a wondrous ride.
Our. first stop is Woodland
Road.
Never heard of it?
It's often referred to as "Snake
Road," and is located slightly south
of the interstate between State Road
121 and County Road 125.
Some old-timers might remem-
ber when it was called "Woodlawn
Road."
Well, that was before the map
makers from River Graphics set
the record straight.
During a cursory look at the
map, which can be found on page
2 of the guide, I noticed a couple
other mistakes. But rather than
point them out, I suggest that Bak-
er Countians hold "Where's
Woodlawn?" parties where teams
of partygoers compete to see who
can find the most errors.
At least, that way the guide can
serve some real purpose.
Twenty-eight of the guide's 32
pages are listings alphabetically
by category (funeral homes, gro-
cery stores, etc.) and in another
section apparently by membership
in the chamber of commerce.
It's nothing more than a lame
imitation of the Yellow Pages, but
without the distraction of all that ...
yellow.
Kidding aside, mistakes hap-
pen, but it appears as though the
map was drawn up in 2003. Why
not fix it before putting it in the
2005 guide?
The first words on the first page
say, "Welcome to Baker Coun-
ty... -. .." ....
Are you telling me this is the.-,
kind of.first impression we want to-
make? Our county is great, it's just
the maps that are stupid.
It's hard enough to overcome
the negative images associated
with a rural area without the most
visible business organization feed-
ing the stereotype.
Which brings us to the real
problem.
On the "Welcome to Baker
County...." page, the guide lists four
categories that purport to sell the
county.
And while all are poorly written
and lack any substance, it's the
"Education" category that's truly
atrocious.
Education a high priority, Bak-
er County is proud of their school
system.
"Me Tarzan. Me say, 'Educa-
tion a high priority.'"
As for the second part of the
sentence, try either of these:
Baker County is proud of its
school system.
Or, Baker County residents are
proud of their school system.
And as a side note, when last
year's FCAT results gave "C"
grades to local schools, Superin-
tendent Paula Barton was decided-
ly not proud. "Nobody wants to be
a C school. We are not a mediocre
school district," she said.
Also under the "Education" cat-
eg6ry is this line:
Local branch of Lake City
Community College offer commu-
nity and adult education pro-
grams.
For now, let's not discuss the
pros and cons of bragging about
having a branch location of a com-
munity college.
Instead, let's ask why we
couldn't overcome that pesky sub-
ject/verb agreement challenge.
For the FCAT challenged, the
verb should be offers instead of of-
fer.
That is easily fixed, however.
Check back in a few years to
see if it is.

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Some hurricane-related property

Baker County homeowners Tim Sweat at the downtown Mac-
whose homes were uninhabitable clenny annex (259-3191).
for more than 60 days as a result If you had to buy a replacement
of hurricane damage last year, or mobile home as a permanent resi-
who had to replace a damaged dence, you could be eligible for up
mobile home, may be eligible for to $1500 in hurricane relief pay-
property tax relief. ments. The deadline to apply for
March 1 is the deadline to apply them is May 1, and the relief is
for refunds on property taxes calculated on sales tax paid on the
based on the number of days a replacement.
damaged home was uninhabitable. The rebates are part of a $185
The amount of refund is based on million relief package passed by
a daily proportion of the 2004 the Florida Legislature.
property tax levied on the home, The'property tax refund is cap-
and it must have had a valid home- ped at $20 million statewide and


stead exemption.
Application should be made at
the office of Property Appraiser


$7000 Wal-Mart donation to schools
Bobby Steele, general manager of the Wal-Mart Distribution Cenier in Macclenny, was
present at the January 18 meeting of the Baker County School Board to present a $7000
check to the Baker County Education Foundation. The money will go toward a "Focus on
Education" grant and a college scholarship for a BHCS student, teacher mini-grants and
materials for students who are reading below grade level. In photo also are Superintendent
Paula Barton (standing, right) and School Board Chairman Patricia Weeks (seated).
PHOTO COURTESY OF THE BAKER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT



Teen neighbor arrested

for theft and burglary


A juvenile age neighbor was ar-
rested January 25 for burglary of a
residence off Tapley Lane in Glen
St. Mary, and theft of a PlaySta-
tion electronic game from one of
its bedrooms.
Owner Terri Meister returned
home about 2:00 that afternoon to
find a rear window on the house's
north side had been broken. A lad-
der was positioned on'the side of
the structure, and her inspection of
the interior determined the
PlayStation belonging to a son was
missing.
Ms. Meister told police the
youth had asked to borrow the unit
earlier in the week, and when in-
terviewed he initially denied in-
volvement.
Deputy .l.mmy Nickles then
asked the 14-year-old about sever-
al cuts on his hands because fresh
blood had.been found near the


window. The suspect then admit-
ted he had entered the house.
The PlayStation turned up in a
subsequent search of his nearby
home. Police also lifted several
finger prints from windows.
The boy was arrested and later
released to relatives.
In other cases, an intruder ap-
parently stayed inside Bill's Gro-
cery in Sanderson but a few short
minutes and left without taking
anything just before midnight on
January 30.
Deputy Brad Dougherty said he
was on the scene at the downtown
store in just over two minutes after
an alarm sounded at 11:19 that
night.
No one was found inside, and
police noted a broken rear window
and footprints on a nearby wall,
and on an interior floor. Several
clues were left at the scene.


Burglarized car to buy pot


The sheriff's department arrest-
ed a 15-year-old female January
26 after she admitted she burglar-
ized a vehicle parked off Ivey St.
to get money to buy marijuana.
Officers acting on a tip from
victim Genaro Harris questioned
the suspect and two witnesses,
ages 17 and 15, who confirmed the
girl said she wanted to buy drugs
after selling the CD player and
CDs she took from the 1998 Mit-
subishi.
The property valued at $820
was later recovered.
Several other vehicle-related
thefts were reported the past week,
including s 2002 Toyota pickup
taken from outside a residence off
CR 229 south of Sanderson during
the night January 30.
Owner Casey Prevatt said he

Employee files

sex complaint
An assistant restaurant manager
faces multiple counts of battery fol-
lowing allegations by a juvenile age
female employee that he touched
her inappropriately and made sexu-
ally suggestive comments.
Joshua F. Parton, 24, of Lake
City initially denied the allegations
following a written complaint by
the cashier and a witness statement
by another female co-worker.
The complaint alleges Mr. Par-
ton made sexual comments the
evening of January 29, and at one
point unhooked the girl's bra from
outside her blouse. He also repeat-
edly touched her with his knee af-
ter she warned him to stay away.
Deputy Adam Faircloth said
Mr. Parton-admitted to the behav-
ior during questioning, insisting he
did not attach a suggestive conno-
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noticed the vehicle was gone when
he went outside about 6:45 am.
George Griffis of Sanderson re-
ported the theft of his 2003 motor-
cycle while it was parked between
8:00-10:00 pm outside Cuz's Store
on US 90 on January 22.
Equipment and property valued
at $475 went missing from a
parked 1989 Ford pickup belong-
ing to Ronnie Miller of Macclenny
overnight on January 27.
Among the items taken from
the truck off Thomas Drive were
an air compressor, hose, radio and
bottle of whiskey.
Janet Watts of Macclenny filed
a criminal complaint the same day
against ex-boyfriend Wesley M.
Belford, 21, also of Macclenny, for
allegedly pouring sugar into the
gas tank of her 1989 Oldsmobile.
Ms. Watts told police the sus-
pect had earlier threatened to dam-
age the vehicle when she went to
his residence with a deputy sheriff
to claim it.


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tax relief offered
payments will be reduced if neces-
sary to remain under that ceiling.
The mobile home sales tax bill
was capped at $15million and pay-
ments might be reduced depending
on demand.
The state expects to pay out the
relief by mid-summer. Inquire at
Mr. Sweat's office for eligibility in
either program. No one can be eli-
gible for both.


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of Jacksonville and Robert Tyer of
Baldwin, recently completed U.S.
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Ill.
Seaman Tyer is a 2002 graduate
of Baldwin Middle-Senior High
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$50K in grants from hurricanes


Macclenny and Baker County
will get a combined $50,510 from
a total of more than $2.75 million
the Florida Department of Com-
munity Affairs has awarded to-
ward the cost of response and re-
covery during the 2004 hurricane
season.
Macclenny is slated to get
$34,731 for emergency protective
and public safety measures. Baker
County has been allocated $15,779
for contracted services, clearing
roads, placing signs; emergency
services.
DCA administers public assis-
tance programs from the State of


Glen park photo hangs at Cummer
This photo of Celebration Park taken more than a year ago (with Christmas decorations
and the water tower before it was dismantled, is among 40 photos chosen for display at the
Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens in Jacksonville's Riverside district. It was taken by
Debbie Pelham of Glen St. Mary, an amateur photographer; and is part of a series entitled
"First Coast Paradise: Through Our Eyes." The photos went on Display January 13 in the
Barnett Concourse. PHOTO COURTESY OF DEBBIE PELHAM



January land transactions


The following land transactions
were recorded in the Baker County
courthouse January 1-15. Values
are derived from documentary
stamps. Many descriptions are by
S(ection) T(ownship) R(ange). If
'acreage or price are not listed,
none were indicated in the docu-
ments.

Glen Forest LLC to James & Kelly
McNamara, in S20 T2S R21E, $50,000.
Elmer Holbrooks & Randy Powell to
Jeffrey & Roberta Tomlinson, in Can-
non Heights III, $166,000.
Michael Jackson to GOB Enterprises
LLC, in Riverview Estates, $189,496.
Baker Land Inc. to Michael Jackson,
in S16 T1S R21E.
Riverview Partnership & Baker Land
Inc. to Michael Jackson. in S16 TIS-,
R21E.
Annette Taylor to Clifford & Mar-
lene Lloyd, in S13 T2S R21E, $50,000.
Phillip & Blonzella Ruise to Henry &
Elizabeth Ellis, in S36 T2S R20E.
Roger Parsels Sr. to William & Peggy
Keves, in Brown's Plat, $25,000.
Robert & Minerva Dyer to Timothy
,k Gwendolyn Gran, in S25 T2S R20E,
$29,000.
Robert & Beverly Gatlin to Robert
Dyer, in S25 T2S R20E.
Tonda Dyer to Robert Dyer, in S25
T2S R20E, $9600.
Kenneth Jr. & Sylvia Fish to Stacy &
James Fish, in S8 T1S R21E.
Andrea Pinkston to Fletcher & Melo-
ney Gainey, in S26 T2N R20E, $49,00.
Jeanne & Timothy Williams to Mi-
chelle Peacock, in S8 T1S R21E, $30,000.
Glenda Thomas to Glenda Thomas &
Carol Underwood, in Shaves Bluff.
Robert & Joann Lambright to Brian
& Carrie Dopson, in Macclenny.
Long Branch Farms LLP to Brynn
Hatton, in S7 T2S R21E, $132,780.
Blue Ridge Pizza Hut Inc. to Sultan
& Rubina Kurani, in S5 T3S R22E,
$275,000.
Paula & Ruth Hopkins to Amanda
Heppner, in S3 T3S R21E, $75,000.
James Croft III & Michele Stewartto
James Croft, in S25 T2S R20E.
W. Andrew Bailes to Eric & Brenda
Kinghorn, in Macclenny, $135,000.
Phillip & Judith Crews to Phillip
Crews Jr., in S18 T2S R22E.
Carrie, Harvey & Elbert Lester to Le-
Beuna Farms Inc., in Mt. Holly, $300,
Leroy Plemmons to Carolyn Plem-
mons, in S16 T2S R21E.
R.L. & Katherine Starling to Kristo-
pher Starling, in Macclenny, $32,500.
E. John Jr. & K. Shirley Jasonek to
E. John Jasonek Jr., in Hills of Glen.
Nancy & Marvin Powless to Judy
King, in S31 T2S R22E, $150,000.
Kevin, Donna & Donald King to Kev-
in King & Kerrie Lester, in S1 T2S R21E.
Zed Ramsey to Mark & Linda Purvis,
in S16 T1S R21E, $75,000.
Donald & Pamela Mozick to Joseph
Woodward Jr., in Old Nursery Planta-
tion.
Stephen & Brenda Schell to Joseph
Woodward Jr., in Old Nursery Planta-
tion, $84,900.
Brian & Yvonne McDonald to Rob-
ert Combs & Rock Contractors Inc., in
MacGlen, $43,000.
Theresa & Richard Shene to River-
view Partnership, Granvel Kirkland &
Richard Davis, in Deer Run Estates,
$37,372.
Brenda Harvey & Deborah Norman
to Kathryn Wiggins, in Macclenny Acres.
Yarborough Mobile Homes Inc. to
Patricia Parsons, in S32 T2S R22E,
$73.588.
Dennis & Io.is ILoadholtz to Dennis &
Lois Loadholtz & James Marker, in SI1


T3S R20E.
Glen Forest LLC to Jonathan &
Heather Gipson, in S20 T2S R21E.
Patricia Fish to Kimberly Carter, in
Family Oaks Estates.
Greentree Servicing LLC to Gregory
Dinkins, in S7 T3S R22E, $67,400.
Robert Combs & Rock Contractors
Inc. to Blair Street Properties Inc., in S7
T3S R22E.
Lonnie & Linda Burnsed to Jerrell
Jr. & Lisa Mobley, in S8 T3S R22E,
$34,379.
Blue Ridge Pizza Hut Inc. to Sultan
& Rubina Kurani, in S5 T3S R22E,
$275,000.
Pizza Hut 1202 S. 6th St.
Kurani 4357-A Park Dr., Norcross
Ga., 30093


Florida and the Federal Emergen-
cy Management Agency. County
governments, local municipalities
and private non-profit organiza-
tions use these dollars to rebuild
critical infrastructure.
Throughout the 2004 hurricane
season, DCA's Division of Emer-
gency Management coordinated
statewide emergency response op-
erations. Now, DCA's efforts are
focused on recovery. During the
coming months, DCA will help
county and local officials around
the state with the important task of
developing long-term recovery
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TOWN OF BALDWIN
FIRST PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE


The Town of Baldwin is considering applying to the Florida Department of Community Affairs
(DCA) for a Small Cities Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) of up to
$650,000.00. These funds must be used for one of the following purposes:


1. To benefit low and moderate-income persons; or


'2. To aid in the prevention or elimination of slums or blight; or


3. To meet other community development needs of recent origin having a particular
urgency because existing conditions pose a serious and immediate threat to the health or wel-
fare of the community and where other financial resources are not available to meet such
needs.


The categories of activities for which these funds may be used are in the areas of housing,
neighborhood revitalization, commercial revitalization, or economic development and include
such improvement activities as acquisition of real property, loans to private-for-profit business,
purchase of machinery and equipment, construction of infrastructure, rehabilitation of houses
and commercial buildings, and energy conservation. Additional information regarding the
range of activities that may be undertaken will be provided at the public hearing.


For each activity that is proposed, at least 51% of the funds must benefit low and moderate-
income persons.


In developing an application for submission to DCA, the Town of Baldwin must plan to mini-
mize displacement of persons as a result of planned CDBG activities. In addition, the Town of
Baldwin is required to -develop a plan to assist displaced persons.


The public hearing to receive citizen views concerning the community's economic and commu-
nity development needs will be held at the Town Hall, on 10 U.S. 90 West, Baldwin, FL
32234-1832, on Tuesday, February 8, 2005, at 6:30 p.m. For information concerning the pub-
lic hearing, contact Lula Hill, Town Clerk, 10 U.S. 90 West, Baldwin, FL 32234-1832, (904)
266-4221.


The public hearing is being conducted in a handicapped accessible location. Any handicapped
person requiring an interpreter for the hearing impaired or the visually impaired should contact
Lula Hill at least five calendar days prior to the meeting and an interpreter will be provided.
Any non-English speaking person wishing to attend the public hearing should contact Lula Hill
at least five calendar days prior to the meeting and a language interpreter will be provided. To
access a Telecommunication Device for Deaf Persons (TDD), please call (800) 955-8771. Any
handicapped person requiring special accommodation at this meeting should contact Lula Hill
at least five calendar days prior to the meeting.


A Fair Housing Workshop will be conducted immediately after the public hearing on the same
date at the same location.


EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYMENT, HANDICAP ACCESSIBLE
AND FAIR HOUSING JURISDICTION


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PUBLIC NOTICE
The quarterly meeting of the Baker County
Transportation Disadvantaged.Local Coordinating
Board will take place at 10 a.m. Thursday, Febru-
ary 17, 2005, at the Baker County Family Servic-
es Center, 418 8th Street South, Macclenny. All
interested persons are invited to attend. The
Northeast Florida Regional Council adheres to
the Americans with Disabilities Act and will make
reasonable modifications for access to this meet-
ing upon request. Requests should be received at
least 72 hours in advance of the meeting in order
to allow time to provide the requested service. For
more information, contact the Northeast Florida
Regional Council at (904) 279-0880 between the
hours of 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday through Friday.
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REGISTRATION OF FICTITIOUS NAMES
I the undersigned, being duly sworn, do here-
by declare under oath that the names of all per-
sons interested in the business or profession car-
ried on under the name of Ice Castle, whose prin-
ciple place of business is: 684 W. Macclenny
Ave., Macclenny, FL 32063 and the extent of the
interest of each is as follows:
NAME EXTENT OF INTEREST
Myers Ice Castle Inc. 100%
Melanie Myers
President
Signature
STATE OF FLORIDA
COUNTY OF BAKER
Sworn to and subscribed before me this 24th
day of January, 2005.
AI Fraser
Clerk of Courts
Baker County, Florida
By Sherri Dugger
As Deputy Clerk
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA.
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO:: 02-2004-CP-62
IN RE: ESTATE OF
CLYDE M. GIBSON
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of Clyde M.
Gibson, deceased, whose date of death was Sep-
tember 6, 2003, is pending in the Circuit Court for
Baker County, Florida, Probate Division, File
Number 02-2004-CP-62, the address of which is
339 East Macclenny Avenue, Macclenny, Florida
32063. The names and addresses of the personal
representative and the personal representative's
attorney are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and other per-
sons who have claims or demands against dece-
dent's estate including unmatured, contingent or
unliquidated claims, and who have been served a
copy of this notice, must file their claim with this
court on or before the later of the date that is
three (3) months after the date of the first publica-
tion of this notice or thirty (30) days after the date
of service of a copy of this notice on them.
All other creditors of the decedent and per-
sons having claims or demands against the dece-
dent's estate including unmatured, contingent or
unliquidated claims, must file their claims with this
court within three (3) months after the date of the
first publication of this notice.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOR-
EVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO
(2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECE-
DENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of the first publication of this notice
is February 3, 2005.
Attorney for personal representative:
Maria E. Chavernay, Esq.
Florida Bar No.: 143138
Law offices of George R. Brezina, Jr., P.A.
1915 N. Dale Mabry Highway
Suite 300
Tampa, FL 33607
Telephone: (813) 870-0500
Personal Representative:
Sharon Adams
5444 Keystone Drive South
Jacksonville, FL 32207
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NOTICE OF SALE
Rainbow Title & Lien, Inc. will sell at public
sale at auction the following vehicles to satisfy
lien pursuant to Chapter 713.585 of the Florida
Statutes on February 24, 2005 at 10 am.
Auction will occur where each vehicle/ves-
sel ls located
Lot#: 009320
2001 Red Ford Ranger
VIN# 1FTYR10D41 PB27411
Located at Butch's Paint & Body Shop,
5573 Harley Thrift Rd., Macclenny, FL 32063.
(904) 259-3785
Owner: William Albert Davis, 9044 Split
Oak Trail, Macclenny, FL 32063
Customer: Same as registered owner
Lienholder: Americredit Financial Services
Inc., P.O. Box 182673, Arlington, TX 76096.
Lien Amount: $4,609.92
Lot#: 009323
2002 Blue Ford Escort
VIN# 3FAFP11392R135507
Located at Butch's Paint & Body Shop,
5573 Harley Thrift Rd., Macclenny, FL 32063.
(904) 259-3785
Owner; Kimberly Renee Norman, 734 Mil-
tondale Road, Macclenny, FL 32063
Customer: Same as registered owner
Llenholder: Americredit Financial Services
Inc., P.O. Box 182673, Arlington, TX 76096.
Lien Amount: $2,710.00
a) Notice to the owner or lienor that he/she
has a right to a hearing prior to the scheduled
date of sale by filling with the Clerk of Courts.
b) Owner has the right to recover possession
of vehicle by posting bond in accordance with
Florida Statutes Section 559.917.
c) Proceeds from the sale of the vehicle after
payment lien claimed by lienor will be deposited
with the Clerk of Courts.
Any persons) claiming any interest in the
above vehicles contact: Rainbow Title & Lien,
Inc., (954) 920-6020
All auctions are held with reserve
Some of the vehicles may have been releas-
ed prior to auction
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA.
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE NO.: 02-2004-CA-211
WELLS FARGO HOME MORTGAGE, INC.,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JOSH L. RUTGERS, ET AL,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF ACTION
To: JOSH L. RUTGERS
Last known address: 708 Short Putt Drive,
Macclenny, FL 32063
Current address: unknown
Any and all unknown parties claiming by,
through, under, and against the herein named in-
dividual defendants) who are not known to be
dead or alive, whether said unknown parties may
claim an interest as spouses, heirs, devisees,
grantees, or other claimants
Last known address: unknown
Current address: unknown
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to fore-
close a mortgage on the following property in
Baker County, Florida:
Lot 6, Block 2, Country Club Estates,
according to map or plat thereof as re-
corded inPlat Book 2, page 49, of the
public records of Baker County, Florida.
has been filed against you and you are required
to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any,-
within 30 days after the first publication, on Eche-
varria & Associates, P.A., plaintiff's attorney,
whose address is 9119 Corporate Lake Drive,
Suite 300, Tampa, Florida 33634, and file the
original with this court either before service on
plaintiff's attorney or immediately thereafter; oth-
erwise a default will be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the complaint or petition.
Witness my hand and the seal of this Court
on this 26th day of January, 2005.
Al Fraser
Clerk of Courts
by Jamie Crews
as Deputy Clerk
Echevarria & Associates, P.A.
9119 Corporate Lake Drive
Suite 300
Tampa, Florida 33634
File # F0415096
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 02-2003-CA-0088
MANUFACTURERS & TRADERS TRUST
COMPANY, ONE M&T PLAZA, BUFFALO, NY
14203-2399, TRUSTEE FOR SECURITIZATION
SERIES 1998-4, AGREEMENT DATED 12-01-
98,
Plaintiff,
vs.
SHENAVIAN BROWN, ET AL,
Defendant(s)
NOTICE OF RESCHEDULED
FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. pursuant to an
order rescheduling foreclosure sale dated Janu-
ary 26, 2005 and entered in Case No. 02-2003-
CA-0888 of the Circuit Court of the Eighth Judicial
Circuit in and for Baker County, Florida wherein
Manufacturers & Traders Trust Company, One
M&T Plaza, Buffalo, NY 14203-2399, Trustee for
Securitization Series 1998-4, agreement dated
12-01-98., is the plaintiff and Shenavian Brown;
John Doe, unknown spouse of Shenavian Brown
A/K/A Richard Goodman; Baker County are the
defendants, I will sell to the highest and best bid-
der for cash at the front door of the Baker County
Courthouse at 11:00 am, on the 3rd day of March,
2005, the following described property as set forth
in said final judgment:
Lot 12, Block C, William Knabb-Addi-
tion, according to plat thereof as re-
corded in Plat Book 2, Page 24 of the
Public Records of Baker County, Flori-
da.
A/K/A 615 Quail Lane, Macclenny, FL
32063
WITNESS my hand and the seal of this court
on January 28,2005.
Al Fraser
Clerk of Courts
By: Bonnie M. Palleschi
As Deputy Clerk
ECHEVARRIA & ASSOCIATES
File No.: F04014405
P.O. Box 25018
Tampa, FL 33622-5018
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE NO.: 02-2004-CA-0036
BERGE H. MARKARIAN AND MELINE A.
MARKARIAN, HIS WIFE,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ROGER ALVA BRANNON AND VICKY
ANNE BRANNON, HIS WIFE, AND STATE OF
FLORIDA,
Defendants
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to
a final judgement of foreclosure entered in the
above styled cause, in the Circuit Court of Baker
County, Florida, I will sell the property situate in
Baker County, Florida, described as follows:
Part of Section 16, Township 2 South,
Range 21 East, Baker County, Florida,
and being more particularly described
as follows: Commence at the Southwest
corner of said Section 16; thence on the
South line of said Section 16, North
89918'29" East, 2049.78' to the point of
beginning; thence continue on said
.South line, 972.89'; thence North
0110'55" East, 329.20'; thence South
89'18'29" West, 535.0' to a point on a
curve,' said curve being concave West-
erly and having a radius of 50', thence
along said curve a chord bearing and
a distance of South 70952'22' West,
94.87' to a point, said point being on
the South right of way line of a 60'
right of way; thence on said South
right of way line, South 89918'29"
West, 358.67'; thence South 0041'31"
East, 300.00' to the point of beginning.
Together with a 1998 Merl Mobile Home
Title No. 75604175 and
Title No. 75604301
Identification No. FLHML3B121318459
A & B.
at public sale, to the highest and best bidder for
cash at the front door of the Baker County Court-
house, Macclenny, Florida at 11:00 am on Febru-
ary 17, 2005.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of this court
on this 14th day of January, 2005.
Al Fraser
Clerk of Courts
By: Jamie Crews
As Deputy Clerk
FRANK E. MALONEY, JR:, P.A.
445 East Macclenny Avenue
Macclenny, FL 32063


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The Baker County Press


BY BOB GERARD
Entertainment Editor
With the Super Bowl tossing
thousands of people on the roads,
it might be a good idea to stay in-
side and watch some videos. Here's
a list of some of the better videos
out there to be rented.
The Terminal, PG 13. Reviews
for this movie were mixed, but I
just loved Tom Hanks' portrayal of
a traveler from Eastern Europe
who is denied entry to the USA af-
ter his country's government is ov-
erthrown.
Hanks is forced to live in limbo
in the airport terminal in New
York for months. In the process, he
learns English and forms friend-
ships with airport workers and a
burgeoning romance with flight at-
tendant Catherine Zeta Jones.
It's a charming, funny and in-
spiring movie. Hanks, as usual, is
wonderful, as are some of the sup-
porting roles. I'm only so-so on
Zeta Jones, but I loved her in this
role.
Sky Captain and the World of
Tomorrow, PG. Once again, this is
a film that is not for everyone. It is
visually stunning and looks like a
1930s comic book come to life.
Jude Law stars as the sky captain,
a mercenary out to save the world
from mysterious giant robots. Gwy-
neth Paltrow is his plucky newspa-
per reporter girl Friday, and Ange-
lina Jolie is the eye-patched British
flyer who also loves him.
It's a silly story and 85% of the
movie is computer generated, but
it's a visual feast, especially if you
like old comic books.
KingArthur, PG 13. Expect ab-
solutely no resemblance to any
King Arthur and the Knights of the
Round Table you've ever seen be-
fore. In fact, just ignore the fact
that this is Arthur and Lancelot
and Guinevere, and you'll be a lot
better off.


Clive Owen and Iaon Gruffudd
star as Arthur and Lancelot, and
the stunning Kiera Knightley is a
sword-wielding, bow-shooting
Guinevere. Definitely not a damsel
in distress. The basic story is that
the knights are all indentured ser-
vants from the Baltic who are
working for the Romans in Britain
in return for their freedom. Great
battle scenes and a pretty good
performance from Owen.
Hero, PG-13. If you like martial
arts movies, this is fabulous. In the
same style as Crouching Tiger,
Hidden Dragon, it presents China
as a magical world where the laws
of physics don't exist and fighters
can run up trees and leap over
buildings.
The story is a little complicated.
A warrior claims to have killed
three famous assassins out to mur-
der a tyrannical king. But as the
king unravels the story, he dis-
covers that nothing is what it
seems. I.didn't really care for it a
third of the way in, but after that, I
was hooked.
Anchorman-The Legend of Ron
Burgundy, R. I make it a point to
avoid movies by Saturday Night
Live alumni, but for some reason, I
decided to watch this one.
Will Ferrell is Ron Burgundy,
the top-rated anchorman in San
Diego in the 1970s. He's a com-
plete idiot surrounded by complete
idiots in polyester suits. They are
one big happy "news team" until
Christina Applegate comes to the
station as its first woman reporter.
One by one, the news team tries
to romance her without success,
but no one can say no to Ron Bur-
gundy. There are some funny mo-
ments, mostly based on seventies
stereotypes, but for the most part, I
felt myself losing brain cells with
every passing moment, until by the
end I couldn't remember the coun-
ty seat of Baker County.


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Attended the Bush inauguration...
Posing in the office of US Representative Ander Crenshaw last week during President
George Bush's second inauguration festivities were Baker County residents Leon (Toppy)
Conner (seated), his son Shannon (right) and Charles and Gedone Prachar. They attended
a round of parties on January 19-20 hosted both by Florida Republicans and the Republi-
can Women, an organization Ms. Prachar heads in Baker County.
PHOTO COURTESY OF GEDONE PRACHAR

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

Notice is hereby given that the proposed Ordinance No. 2005-02
whose title appears below, will be considered for enactment by the
Town Council of the Town of Glen St. Mary, on Tuesday, February 8,
2005 at 7:00 pm, or as soon thereafter as may be heard, at Town
Hall, Glen St. Mary, Florida. A copy of the proposed ordinance may be
inspected by any member of the public at Town Hall, Glen St. Mary,
Florida. Anyone wishing to be heard should-appear at the meeting.

ORDINANCE 2005-02
AN ORDINANCE PROMULGATING THE RATES TO BE
CHARGED FOR USE OF WATER AND SEWER SERVICES;
OUTLINING MEANS OF ENFORCING PAYMENT FOR SUCH
SERVICE; PROMULGATING REQUIREMENTS FOR CONNEC-
TION; SETTING UP MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS; PRO-
HIBITING FREE SERVICE; PENALTIES FOR VIOLATION;
PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; PROVIDING FOR THE RE-
PEALING OF ORDINANCES AND PARTS OF ORDINANCES IN
CONFLICT THEREWITH; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFEC-
TIVE DATE.

Persons are advised that if they decide to appeal any decision
made at this meeting/hearing, they will need a record of the proceed-
ings, and for such purpose, they may need to ensure that a verbatim
record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimo-
ny and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.

Any person with a disability requiring reasonable accommodation
in order to participate in this meeting should call (904) 259-3777 or
fax a written request to (904) 259-5464. If you are hearing impaired
and require the services of an interpreter, please call at least one
week prior to the meeting and the Town will arrange to provide that
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Ms. Taylor and Mr. Newhard
February vows
Rhea and Larry Morgan of Tay-
lor, along with George and Barba-
ra Newhard of Live Oak, are
pleased to announce the engage-
ment of children Jeannie Marie
Taylor and David Elmer New-
hard.
Jeannie is employed by Hamil-
ton County Rescue and Ed Fraser
ER as a paramedic. David is in
the Air National Guard and em-
ployed by Milcom as an electri-
cian.
A ceremony is planned for Feb-
ruary 12 at 3:00 pm at Celebration
Park in Glen St. Mary. A reception
will follow at the Macclenny Wo-
men's Club. All family and friends
are invited to attend.
After a honeymoon to the Ba-
hamas, the couple plans to reside
in Taylor.

Commodities at
the Senior Center
Commodities will be distributed
this Thursday and Friday, February
3-4, 8:30 am-noon at the Macclen-
ny Senior Center.
SENIOR'S MENU
for the week of February 7-11
MONDAY: Smoked sausage, rice,
stewed tomatoes, corbread, pudding and
ilk. : -
TUESDAY: Hot dogs, coleslaw, pota-
to salad, apple and milk.
WEDNESDAY: Grilled chicken sand-
wich, mashed potatoes with gravy, broc-
coli, pineapple tidbits and milk.
THURSDAY: Grilled cheese sand-
wich, potato chips, cucumbers and toma-
toes, brownie and milk.
FRIDAY: Roast turkey with gravy,
candied yams, green beans, fruit mix and
milk.


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Christianna Johnson
Bom January 10
Brandon and Amanda Johnson
are proud to announce the birth of
daughter Christianna N. Johnson
on January 10, 2005 at St. Vin-
cent's Medical Center. She weigh-
ed seven pounds, 12 ounces.
The proud grandparents are
Dolphus and Darlene Barton, Lo-
rie and Scott James of Macclenny.
Great-grandparents are Kathy and
Jerry Sisk and Joyce Johnson of
Macclenny.


Emilee Rhoden
Girl arrivesJan. 4
Amanda Rhoden of Macclenny
is proud to announce the birth of
daughter Emilee Madison. She
was born January 4 at Memorial
Medical Center in Jacksonville
and was seven pounds, three
ounces and was 21 inches long.
Proud grandparents are Terry and
Shirleen Rhoden of Macclenny.


$4.50 for 15 words? What a Deal!
The Baker County Press


Jara Weeks
Daughter arrives
Brad and Jana Teague Weeks of
Macclenny are happy to announce
the birth of daughter Jara Faith on
January 18, 2005. She weighed
seven pounds, 19'/2 inches.
Jara joins older brother Zade
"Doobie" Weeks.

Volunteers for
relay needed
Sign-up forms are available
from Shannon Cason at the Baker
County Health Department for
groups and individuals who want
to participate in the local leg of a
statewide fitness program on
Tuesday, February 15.
That day, a "Step Up Florida"
relay will cross the county from
900 am-4:00 pm along US 90
from Olustee to the Nassau Coun-
ty line. Each team or individual
will be passed a special flag to
carry to the next participant.
Participants are welcome to run,
walk, bike, roller blade or chose
some other physical form of
movement along the west-to-east
route.
All of Florida's 67 counties will
be participating that week, and
four statewide routes will con-
verge in Orlando February 26.
Participants are needed. Contact
Ms. Cason at 259-6291, ext. 2246,
or e-mail her at Shannon Cason-
@doh.state.fl.us.

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SQaeep for the Day!


Once a fair maiden was crowned beauty queen
The year was approximately nineteen thirteen
And although the years have been basically kind,
A dream still exists in the back of her mind
To once again reign with a scepter and crown
To see royal subjects kiss her ring and bow down
We cannot convince her, as hard as we've tried
That such vain ambition is nothing but pride
Besides, we say, once a queen, you always will be
Just check outyour pantyhose if it's proof you need
But nothing will do her, she won't be content
Till her dream is fulfilled and our last penny spent
A milestone birthday is the perfect occasion
To settle this matter with a re-coronation
So this Saturday, from the hours of eleven till two,
A special invitation is extended to you
To drop by the Mercantile and honor the queen
No gifts, just handwritten compliments, please
Her age is a secret that shall not be revealed
We've taken an oath and our lips are sealed
But if you really must know, and you're feeling thrifty
Sale tags will be posted with a big number fifty
We'll be serving refreshments in a royal way
So come join the fun, and make Cathy's day!
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Love, Mom, Trent, Gramly & Ashley,

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Happy 16th Birthday!


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AARP Tax Aide is here. If you
are a tax-payer in the low to mid-
dle income range, with special at-
tention to those 60 years and older,
free tax help is available.
Starting February 4, tax help is
available at town hall on US Hwy.
301 every other Friday, from 9:00
am to noon. First Baptist Church
of Macclenny will host AARP Tax
Aide every other Thursday starting
February 10 from 9:00 am to
noon.
You must be signed in one hour
prior to closing. Please bring cur-
rent year's tax forms and booklets
and all pertinent tax information
and forms.
For a complete list of tax docu-
mentation to bring or for more in-
formation, call 1-888-AARPNOW
or log on to www.aarp.org/taxaide.


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Lucille Clark

dies at age 84
Lucille Elizabeth Clark, 84,
died January 27, 2005 at the Mac-
clenny Nursing and Rehab facility.
The Day, Fla., native lived most of
her life in Suwannee County before
moving to Macclenny in 2002.
She was a member of Orange Bap-
tist Church of Live Oak.
Survivors include daughter He-
len Clark of Macclenny; son Bill
Clark of Jacksonville; sister Mary
Harper of Yulee; four grandchil-
dren and six great grandchildren.
A service was held January 31
at Fraser Funeral Home of Mac-
clenny with Rev. Joe Raulerson of-
ficiating. Burial followed at Orange
Baptist Church Cemetery with
Rev. J.H. Brown officiating.

Herman Hodges

dies January 30
Herman Eugene Hodges, 78, of
rural Lake Butler died January 30,
2005 at Shands Hospital at Starke
after an apparent heart attack. Mr.
Hodges was born in Macclenny
and lived most of his life in Union
County. He retired in 1989 as su-
pervisor of the Union County
school bus garage. He was a US
Navy veteran of WW II, and a
member of the Free and Accepted
Masons Lodge #52 of Lake Butler.
Survivors include wife Evelyn
Anna Dobson Hodges of Lake But-
ler; daughters Jean Hodges Waters
(Ted) and Tenna Hodges Liston
(David) of Lake Butler; brother
Albert Hodges of Green Cove
Springs; grandchildren Lisa Wa-
ters Underhill, Paul Waters, Bran-
don Liston and Brittany Liston;
great grandchildren Lane and Tim-
ber Underhill.
A service was held February 2
at 2:00 pm at Church of God of
Lake Butler with Revs. Alvin Lane
and Lemuel Lane officiating. Bur-
ial followed at Mt. Zion Cemetery
near Lake Butler. Archer Funeral
Home of Lake Butler was in charge.,,
of arrangements.

FAITH BIBLE'

CHURCH
MNe Hope for the Community
Five Churches Road
H%\y. 127 Sanderson, FL
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Wed. Night Bible Study 7:00 p.m.
Every* Sunday Night Service 7:00 p.m.
Videlll:. llflliams -Pastor


C First United
Methodist
Church
93 N 5h St, Maccenny 259-3551
Sunday School: 10:00 am
Sunday Worship: 11:00 am
Sunday Youth: 6:00 pm
Wednesday Dinner: 5:45 pm
Wednesday Worship: 6:15 pm
SJohnL Hay, Jr, Pastor


SCQelconze
First Baptist Church
of Sanderson
CR 229 S,, Sanderson, FL
Sunday School 10:00 am t
Sun. Morning Worship 11:00 am
Sun. Evening Worship 6:00 pm
Wed. Eve. Bible Study 7:00 pm
Pastor Bob Christmas


f Emmanuel
Church of God in Christ
"Crossing your Jordin and
Po.s.sessin tIhe Promise
Sun. Morning Sunday School 10:00 am


Lucille Johnson

Lake City native
Lucille Alice Johnson, 70, of
Glen St. Mary died January 31 at
her residence following a long ill-
ness. She was a native of Lake
City and had resided in Glen St.
Mary and Macclenny for 45 years.
She was a homemaker and mem-
ber of Glen Friendship Tabernacle
Church of Glen St. Mary.
She was predeceased by parents
Lonnie and Ruby Thompson Jenk-
ins, husband John Marvin John-
son, sister Linda N. Trial and
brothers Buddy, Laverne R. and
Lester Jenkins. Survivors include
daughters Patricia Brogdon (Bob-
by) of Glen St. Mary, Carol Hunt
(Bob) and Debra Stewart of
Sanderson, Cathy K. Davis (Steve)
of Lake City and Alice F. Craw-
ford (Darrell) of Macclenny; sons
Richard L. Johnson (Bambi) of
Glen St. Mary, Mitchell Johnson,
John W. Johnson (Ann) and Stan-
ley B. Johnson (Tina) of Lake
City, Tommy R. Johnson (Darlene)
of Glen St. Mary and Michael G.
Johnson of Macclenny; sisters
Minnie Connell, Patty Powell,
Ouida Trimble and Mary Stewart
of Lake City; brother Rudolph
Jenkins of Branford, Fla.; 45
grandchildren and 66 great-grand-
children.
A service was held 2:00 pm
February 3 at her church with
Revs. Albert Starling and Frank
Taylor officiating. Visitation was
held at 11:00 am Wednesday until
her service. Interment will be at
Siloam Cemetery in Columbia
County. Guerry Funeral Home of
Macclenny was in charge of
arrangements.


Special singers
The Kosiorek family will be in
concert Wednesday, February 2 at
Emmanuel Baptist Church in Mac-
clenny at 7:00 pm. Everyone wel-
come.


Fifth St. &
Stansell
Ave.,
Macclenny

Sunday Morning Worship
Kidz Biz Children's Service
Sunday Evening Worship


9:30 am
9:30 am
6:00 pm


Blanche Rhoden

of St. Augustine
Blanche A. Rhoden, 89, of St.
Augustine died January 29, 2005
at her residence. She was a long-
time resident of Jacksonville and
had resided in St. Augustine since
2001, moving from Lake City.
Mrs. Rhoden was a graduate of
Curry College in Boston, Mass.,
and worked as a school teacher in
the Boston area. She later served
her country as a Navy WAVE dur-
ing WW II. She was a member of
the First Baptist Church of Mac-
clenny and attended First Aposto-
lic Church in St. Augustine.
She is survived by caretaker
Della Danielson of St. Augustine;
cousin Leroy Cressy of Pennsylva-
nia; several nieces and nephews in
the Macclenny area; three grand-
daughters; eight great grandchil-
dren.
A memorial service will be held
at 2:00 pm on Saturday, February
5 at The Landmark Family Church,
96 Masters Drive, St. Augustine.
Kotrady-Hudgins-Croyle Funeral
Home of St. Augustine is in charge
of arrangements.

"Pete" Lovett

dies January 24
Riley Homer "Pete" Lovett, 71,
died January 24, 2005 at Shands of
Jacksonville after a brief illness.
The Tifton, Ga., native lived in
Macclenny over a year after riov-
ing from Jacksonville.
Survivors include his wife of 26
years, Phyllis Lovett of Macclen-
ny; daughters Catherine Eskew of
Stockbridge, Ga., Patricia Oaks of
Jonesboro, Ga., Brenda Faucett of
Griffin, Ga., Desiree Sterner of
Middleburg, Nancy Salano and Ve-
nus Woods of Jacksonville; sons
Alan Salano of Keystone Heights
and Gene Salano of Jacksonville;
sister Bonnie Lovett of Tifton; 18
grandchildren.
A memorial service will be held
at a later date. Fraser Funeral Home
of Macclenny was in charge of ar-
rangements.

St. James Episcopal Church
Minnesola Ave. Macclenny, Fla.
259-7331
Sunday School 9:00 am
Sunday Service 10:00 am


Wednesday Adult,
Youth & Rangers


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First Baptist Church
, GLEN ST. MARY, FLORIDA
Sunday School 9:45 AM Sunday Morning Worship 11 AM
Sunday Evening Worship 6 PM
A A ,, Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7 PM


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to Baker
County"


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SPastor Tim Patterson
259-6977
Perry Hays, Associate Pastor
Michael D. Schatz, Associate Pastor


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In Loving Memory
of
Evelyn Ann Taylor
2/1/1941 5/5/2004
Happy birthday to our wonderful
angel. You showed love to everyone
and were an inspiration to us all. Our
hearts are hurting without you here, but
we have peace with you spending your
birthday with Jesus this year. We love
and miss you very much,
VINCE, GLENN, KIM, MATTHEW,
MORGAN, GERALD, DEBBIE, BRANDY,
LIL' GERALD, KELSEY, SHERRI, DAVID,
KIM, MARK, RICKY, ASHLEY
AND MANY FAMILY AND FRIENDS

Wilford Warren

of Jacksonville
Wilford Harvey Warren, 63, of
Jacksonville died January 31, 2005
following a lengthy illness. Mr.
Warren was born November 28,
1941 in Jacksonville.
He was predeceased by parents
Alexander Harvey and Myrtice
Roberts Warren and son Bradford
Warren. Survivors include daugh-
ters Robin, Wendy and Amy;
brothers John A. Warren, Bill War-
ren (Joyce) and Jimmy Warren.
A graveside service was held at
2:00 pm on February 3 at Rock
Church Cemetery in Bradford
County with Elder David Craw-
ford officiating. Prestwood Funer-
al Home of Baldwin was in charge
of arrangements.

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Sunday School 10:00 am
Sunday Morning Service 11:00 am
Sunday Night Service 6:00 pm
Wed. Night Service 7:30 pm
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Jesus is the Leader
EVERYONE WELCOME
Pastor Rev. Erne Terrel


SANDERSON
CONGREGATIONAL
HIOUNESS CHURCH
CR 127 N., SANDERSON, FL
SUNDAY SCHOOL 10:00 AM
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 AM
SUNDAY EVENING WORSHIP 6:00 PM
WED. EVENING PRAYER SERV. 7:30 PM
PASTOR: ORAL E. LYONS


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Sunday School
Sunday AM Worship
Sunday PM Services
Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting


9:45 am
11:00 am
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Sunday School 10:00 A.M. Sunday Evening Worship 6:00 P.M.
Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 A.M. Wed. Eve. Worship 7:30 P.M.
Pastor Rev. Shannon Conner
North 6th Street Macclenny 259-3500


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Sunday Morning Service 11:50 am
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Deep appreciation
The family of Minnie Johns
would like to thank the staff of
Fraser Hospital and St. Vincent's
Medical Center for their kindness
and help in our most difficult time.
Thank you to Cedar Creek Baptist
Church of Jacksonville and First
Baptist Church of Macclenny for
the food, flowers, kind words; Pas-
tors John Montgomery and Ron
Kimbrell for the beautiful service,
Greg and Jimmy Alvarez for the
music; pallbearers Mike Sands,
Wendel Thomas, Gary Bursed, Ed
Mosley, Kevin Johns and Wayne
Harris; Sheriff Joey Dobson and
staff; Guerry Funeral Home; the la-
dies at the school board office for
the food; and to all our many rela-
tives and friends for just being
there. A special thank you to our
dear friend John Britton.
THE MINNIE AND CLIFFORD JOHNS
FAMILY
Happy Birthday
to
Tessa Lynn Godwin
2/2/1990 5/4/2003
Who knew that 15 years ago God
would bless our family with a wonder-
ful gift like you?
Who knew that 13 years later God
would call you home so soon to join
Him and His family?
We thank God for each and every
day that we shared with you.
May His love and grace always be
sufficient for those of us who wait to
see Him and see your smiling face
again. Our hearts will never be the
same!
I LOVE YOU, MOM











S Mt. Zion N.C.
Methodist Church
Hwy. 121 N. 259-4461
Sunday School 10:00
Sunday morning service 11:00
Sunday night service 6:00
Wed. service 7:00 p.m. .
THE CHURCH THAT ,.
REALLY CARES!
EVERYONE WELCOME!
Pastor Rev. Bobby Griffin
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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS Thursday, February 3, 2005 Page Nine


Food, Nutrition class at Duval office


BY TERRI THOMPSON
FCS Agent, Baker County
Would you like to develop ex-
pertise in the area of food and nu-
trition and share your knowledge
with others?
A Master Food and Nutrition
Education program is being of-
fered by the Cooperative Exten-
sion Service, University of Flori-
da, Institute of Food and Agricul-
tural Sciences. The program is de-
signed to provide food and nutri-
tion training for selected individu-
als in Northeast Florida.
Master Food and Nutrition Ed-
ucator is a title given to individu-
als who receive in-depth food and
nutrition training from County
Extension Family and Consumer
Sciences Agents and agree in re-
turn to give 50 hours of volunteer
service, in the next year, helping
their local County Extension Of-
fice.

MACCLENNY
CHURCH OF CHRIST
573 S. 5th St. 259-6059
Sunday Bible Study 9:45 am
Fellowship 10:30 am -11:00 am
: Worship Services
11:00 am
.. Wed. Bible Study
':S"" ~:30 pm
S minister r
'7 7 ;; ;., Sam F. Kirchinq


The County Extension Offices
in Duval, Clay, Nassau, Baker
and St. Johns counties have join-
ed together to train volunteers. If
you are a resident of any of the
previously listed counties, the
program is open to you. Master
Food and Nutrition Education
training will be held at the Duval
County Cooperative Extension
Service office in Jacksonville on
Wednesday beginning February
16, 2005 and ending April 13,
2005.
Training sessions begin at 9:30
am and last until 4:00 pm. Train-
ing will include topics such as nu-
trition and health, herbal cookery,
food safety.and the latest food
preservation updates in dehydra-
tion, canning, pickling, jelly mak-
ing and freezing techniques.
Master Food and Nutrition Ed-
ucators give their volunteer hours
to their County Extension Offices
in many ways. Many will help by
answering telephone calls in the
Extension office and assisting res-
idents with food-related prob-
lems, assisting with agent demon-
strations and educational projects
and working with the 4-H youth
program.
After completing training, each
participant will be given one of
the best food and nutrition refer-
ence books available. It is a com-
pilation of Extension Service fact
sheets and bulletins that apply


Come and magnify the Lord and worship with us
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Morning Worship Service 10:30 am
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There is a $50 charge to cover
lab supplies for the course. Appli-
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openings in the class are now be-
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Offices.
For further information about
the program in your county, call
Terri Thompson at 259-3520.

Local blood drive
SouthTrust Bank will host the
Florida Georgia Blood Alliance for
a blood drive for the local commu-
nity. It will be in the bank parking
lot on 744 S. 6th Street in Mac-
clenny on February 3 from 1:30-
4:00 pm.

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Ophellia Belford sparked a Wildcats fourth-quarter rally that nearly overcame an 18-point
deficit to Fernandina Beach.


Lady Wildcat seniors

Slay final home game,

ose to Fernandina 56-41


After falling behind Fernandi-
na Beach 20-2 in their last home
game of the season, the Lady
Wildcats basketball team hung
tough, riding a furious fourth
quarter comeback to within six
points before falling to the Pirates
56-41 January 31.
The following night, the Cats
lost at Keystone Heights 57-24,
but the game ended too late for
details to be included in this
week's paper.
The Cats remain winless on the
season with one game left, Febru-
ary 3 at Lake City.
The district tournament is
scheduled to begin February 8.
The Fernandina game was Se-
nior Night, which featured a pre-
game ceremony honoring Sabrina
Tuttle, Cara Givens, Sharhonda
Dinkins and Kylee Canaday.
Coach Franklin Griffis started
all four players, although usually
just Canaday starts.
Just a couple of minutes into
the game, however, Dinkins went
down with a knee injury and had
to be helped off the court. She
didn't make the trip to Keyslone
Height,. but her condition was not
available at press time.
The Pirates opened and closed
the first quarter with 10-0 runs
sandwiched around a single bas-
ket by the Wildcats at the 3:22
mark.
Fernandina was led by Laci
Roberts, its tall, athletic center
who scored 16 for the game.
The Caelr, however, outscored
the visitors 10-7 in the second
quarter and 14-12 in the third.
Entering the final quarter, the
Cats trailed by 13, but hit a quick
bucket, then held the Pirates
scoreless for three minutes,
Ophellia Belford came off the
bench to spark the Cats, with six
points in a minute and a half,
With about six minutes to go, she
got a steal, drove the length of the
court and hit a jumper.
After an unforced turnover by
Fernandina, Belford hit another
jumper. The Pirates missed a sub-
sequent shot, but got the offensive
rebound and scored,
Belford responded with a
jumper to pull the Cats to within
41-34 with four and a half min-
utes to go. Baker rebounded the
second of two missed free throws
by Fernandina.
Deanna McKenzie in turn hit
one of two from the line to close
the gap to six points with 4:09
left.
It was the closest the Cats
would get.
Fernandina converted another
itt nllni rebound, then scored off
two consecutive steals from its
full-court press.
In less than 30 seconds, the Pi-
rates had doubled their lead.
Griffis called a time out to re-
group, but Fernandina hit a two ,
then a three sandwiched around a
Belford two. With 1:49 left, the
Pirates were up 52-37,
The teams exchanged a couple
of buckets each to put the final
scofe at 56-41.
Caaday led the team with 12
points,, while McKenzie hit 11,
Be~lford scored 8, all in the fourth
quarter.

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Earlier in the week, Baker lost
36-31 at Baldwin. Canaday was
high scorer with 10. McKenzie
had 8.
Again it was one bad quarter
that cost the Cats, as the Indians
outscored them 13-7 in the sec-
ond.


It's finally here.
For five years Jacksonville has
poured millions of dollars and
countless hours into preparing to
host the Super Bowl. Now we'll
find out whether all that hard work
has paid off.
In some respects, the game be-
tween the defending champion
New England Patriots and the
Philadelphia Eagles is just a side-
light, three hours that top off a
week-long party.
Most of the people who come
here to celebrate the NFL's cham-
pionship game won't even make it
into Alltel Stadium. They are here
just for the party.
Like the rest of us, they don't
have tickets, which is a far differ-
ent scenario than back in 1967
when the AFL-NFL championship
game (it wasn't even called the
Super Bowl then) between Green
Bay and Kansas City wasn't a sell-
out, even with tickets starting at $6
and reserved seats for $10. Those
prices were considered steep and
over a third of the 94,000 seats at
the Los Angeles Coliseum were
unsold. Green Bay won 35-10.
Now, however, it's the Great
American Party.
Everybody who's anybody in-
the sports world will be there. The
NFL trots out its all-time greats
like Tony Dorsett and Eric Dicker-
son. The owners, coaches and top
players fly in on private jets and
are wined and dined.
Then there are celebrities and


Wildcats girls basketball coach Franklin Griffis passes the ball to Sabrina Tuttle on Senior
Ni/htl at the Baker High gym. Als Turtle, escorted by principal David Crawford, was one of
li,'i seniors players honored before the game against Fernandina Beach on January 31,


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tive and being blowouts:
Adam Vinatieri's 41-yard field
goal with four seconds left clinch-
es the Patriots win over Carolina
last year;
Tampa Bay stomps Oakland
48-21 the year before;
Vinatieri again with a late
field goal beats St. Louis in Super
Bowl XXXVI;


entertainment figures. Everybody
wants a piece of the action. Rap-
pers Snoop Dogg, Big Boi, Fat
Joe, Kanye West and Lil Jon are
all performing and partying. Coun-
try greats Willie Nelson, Dwight
Yoakam and John Michael Mont-
gomery are in attendance. Rock
stars Paul McCartney, Lynryd
Skynyrd and Huey Lewis and the
News are enjoying the limelight.
It's a big deal and everyone on
the A List wants a part of it. Adam
Sandler is hosting a party with
Playboy playmates. Party girl
Paris Hilton tried to secure the top
floor of her daddy's Hilton Hotel
only to be told the NFL elite al-
ready had it.
If you want to gawk at celebs
and sports stars, hang out in the
lobby of the Ritz Carlton, Adams
Mark, Hilton, Omni or the hotels
out at Sawgrass. If you don't get
thrown out for loitering, you'll see
some big names.
-Historically, however, the game
didn't muster luster until its third
year.
The Packers won the first two
games easily. The third game,
however, featured a brash quarter-
back named Joe Namath who
guaranteed that his New York Jets
would vanquish the mighty Balti-
more Colts. Most pundits scoffed,
but the fans who forked out a hefty
$12 per ticket saw Broadway Joe
make good.
The following year the leagues
merged and the Super Bowl be-
came the NFL championship.
Ticket prices rose to an incredible
$15.
Fast forward a few years. The
Super Bowl, which hadn't always
been so super, hosts some great
teams, players and stories as the
game struggles to avoid being
overshadowed by the growing
hype surrounding it:
The 49ers also win four under
Joe Montana, who engineers a
memorable comeback win against
Cincinnati in what many consider
the best Super Bowl. Steve Young
later wins San Francisco's fifth ti-
tle.
Jim Kelly and Buffalo lose
four straight.
John Elway loses three ties
but wins in each of his final two
seasons, cementing his place in
NFL history.
In recent years, the games have
alternated between being competi-


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Baltimore over the New York
Giants 34-7; and
Tennessee comes up a yard
short in a 23-16 loss to St. Louis.
It remains to be seen which type
of game we'll get Sunday at Alltel
- by the above scenario we're due
for a stinker but for Jacksonville,
it's more important what happens
off the field.


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Citizens ofMacclenny
Please take notice at the regular meeting of the City
Council on Tuesday, February 8, 2005 at 7:00 o'clock pm
at City Hall, 118 East Macclenny Avenue, Macclenny,
Florida, the City of Macclenny will consider the below
Ordinance for first reading:

A bill to be entitled an ordinance relating to rezon-
ing; providing for the rezoning of certain lands in
the city of Macclenny; providing for acceptance of
a voluntary rezoning request from Broken Oak
Development Group, Inc.; providing for an effec-
tive date.

A complete legal description by metes and bounds and the
Ordinance can be obtained from the office of the City Clerk.
Anyone having an interest in the first reading of this Ordinance
is invited to attend the meeting.


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Wildcat Sarah Combs struggles in her match against Bradford County, which defeated host Baker County, and went on to a second-
place finish in the six-team dual meet tournament. The Wildcats finished fifth,


Blue Devils

win close

game over

Wildcats
The Baker High boys basket-
ball team lost.48-44 to Clay Tues-
day night in a game that was key
to the Wildcats' post-season
hopes.
Earlier in the day, Coach
Charles Ruise talked about win- .
ning the final three district games
in order to gain a third seed in the
tournament.
The advantage would be to
avoid playing powerhouse Ribault
until the final. The top two teams
in a district advance to regionals.
Unfortunately, the Blue Devils
Wrecked the plan.
The Wilcactst record is now 5-
14 and the game ended too late to
include details in this week's pa-
per.
Commenting in the wake of a
January 27 loss to Columbia.
County High School, coach Ruise
insisted his team is better than its
record.
"We are a good team, good
enough to get it done," he said.
"We'll just keep chipping at the
old block."
He said the key is to "keep the
kids together."
At Lake City, the Wildcats fell
to the Tigers 70-55, faltering only
in the second quarter when they
were outscored 26-9.
Bo Clayton led Baker High
with 14 points, while Justen
Gaskins scored 8 and Carlos
Holton 7.
The Wildcats' next two games
are February 4 and 5 at home
against West Nassau and Episco-
pal. The district tournament starts
February 15.


Justen Gaskins fights for rebounding position against Lake City


- Baker County Little

League Try-Outs
Saturday, Feb. 5 & 12
S--Starting at 10:00 am
Tuesday, Feb. 8 Starting at 6:30 pm
Thursday, Feb. 10 starting at 6:30 pm
In the Little League Board Room at the Knabb Sports Complex
Ages 7-12 Bring a glove Tryouts at Major Field
Still accepting late sign-ups during tryouts.
Junior/Senior (13016) will have an additional signup at a later date.
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Two Wildcat wrestlers finished
undefeated in a six-team dual meet
tournament held January 28 at
Baker County High School.
Blake Yarbrough and Brandon
Lucas also did well in a ten-team
tournament the following day in
Gainesville, placing third and
fourth respectively, said coach Joe
VanVactor.
Crestview won the team cham-
pionship 43-42 over Bradford
County on the last wrestler in the
last match.
Ocala Forest finished third, fol-
lowed by Marianna, Baker County
and Paxon.
The Wildcats finished 1-4, the
same record as Marianna, but were
placed fifth because of a tie-break-
er. In Gainesville, they finished
eighth.
The Wildcats next wrestle Feb-
ruary 8 at Fernandina Beach. Dis-
tricts are scheduled for February
11 at Forrest High School in Jack-
sonville
The top four finishers in each
weight class move on to regionals
in Panama Beach.
Coach VanVactor said he ex-
pects at least five or six of his
wrestlers to qualify.


FWC meeting
A statewide deer dog registra-
tion program and possible increas-
ed penalties for repeated dog-hunt-
ing violations will be on the agen-
da when the Florida Fish and Wild-
life Conservation Commission
meets at the Edgewater Beach Re-
sort in Panama City Beach Febru-
ary 2-4.
The issues drew more than 700
people from Baker County and sev-
eral area counties to a May 26 fo-
rum in Lake City. In a compro-
mise, the commission agreed to a
trial rule in the Northwest Region
of counties from Jefferson west to
Escambia.
Now the commission will con-
sider making the rule effective
throughout the state. It would re-
quire landowners or individuals to
register lands where deer hunting
with dogs is allowed.
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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS Thursday, February 3, 2005 Page Eleven
$4.50 for 15 words? What a Deal!
The Baker County Press


NOTICE OF

PUBLIC HEARING

Notice is hereby given that the proposed ordinance
whose title hereinafter appears Will be brought up for public
hearing on Tuesday, February 8, 2005 at 7:00 pm, at Town
Hall of Glen St.Mary, 10046 South Glen Avenue, Glen St.
Mary Florida, 32040. Copies of said ordinance may be in-
spected by any member of the public at Town Hall, address
stated above. On the date above mentioned, all interested
parties may appear and be heard with respect to this pro-
posed ordinance, which is titled as follows:

ORDINANCE 2005-01
An ordinance of the Town of Glen St.
Mary providing for a rezoning request by
Tropical Equipment for the following prop-
erties: Block 3 lots 1, 3 through 12 from
Low Density Residential to General Indus-
trial and Lot 2 from Medium Density to
General Industrial.

Persons are advised that if they decide to appeal any de-
cision made at this meeting/hearing, they will need a record
of the proceedings, and for such purpose, they may need to
ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made,
which record includes the testimony and evidence upon
which the appeal is to be based.

Any person with a disability requiring reasonable accom-
modation in order to participate in this meeting should call
(904) 259-3777 or fax a written request to (904) 259-
5464. If you are hearing impaired and require the services
of an interpreter, please call at least one week prior to the
meeting and the Town will arrange to provide that service
for you.
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ATTENTION GIRLS!


It's time


for Softball


Sign-ups!


Ages 5-18 at Girls' Softball Complex


Saturday


February 5 & 1


2


from 10 am-2 pm


Applications available online at:

bakercountyfl.com

Fees: 1" Child $45, each additional child $25.00
Bring Birth Certificate and Insurance

If you are interested in coaching
there will be a meeting
Feb. 3 at 6:00 pm at the
Softball Complex.
Call 259-7050 for more
information.


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per word. Thank you notes and memorials are
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4:00 pm the Monday preceding publication, unless
otherwise arranged in advance. Ads can be mailed
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limited to the first publication only. If after that
time, the ad continues to run without notification
of error by the person or agency for whom It was
published, then that party assumes full payment
responsibility. The Baker County Press reserves
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al which In the opinion of the publisher does not
meet standards of publication.


Valentine baskets now taking orders
at Glen Cash Store. 259-2381 or 259-
5779. 2/3c "
Antique bookcases, stack of 4 with
glass doors, walnut. Southern Charm
259-4140. 12/9tfc
Oils, acrylics, water colors, canvas-
es. drawing pads and much more! The
Office Mart, 110 S. Fifth Street, 259-
3737. tfc
Dining room set, brand new, paid
$2000, asking $1000. 259-7892. 2/3tfc
Barbies. 13 dolls, new, in boxes,
$250; Dolly Dingle musical procelain
doll, closed edition, 1989, by Bette
Ball. with box, number 208 of 1000,
$200.259-0865. 2/3p
Butterfly dining table with'6 chairs,
very ornate, fluted legs, rare; small
china cabinet with fluted legs, beautiful
piece; half round foyer console. All
pieces are mahogany wood. Southern
Charm. 259-4140. 2/3tfc
Farm fresh produce, Indian River fruit
all kinds. Bag your own, $5 quarter
bushel; tomatoes $2/basket, cukes
3/$1, hell pepper 3/$1. green boiled
peanuts $3 qt. 6th Street beside Mc-
Donalds. Open 7 days. 9-00 am-?.
1/13-2/3p
Wonderful bedroom suite, double
bed, dresser with mirror, chest, 2 night
stands, mahogany wood. Southern
Charm. 259-4140. 2/3tfc
Washer and dryer, $75 each, good
condition 904-509-9815 2,3p


Moving sale. Sofa, coffee table, end
tables, piano, recliner chair, all very
good condition; accordion. 502-2263
cell or 259-6406. 2/3p
Mahogany fold down table, unique,
$595; side tables and much more.
Southern Charm 259-4140. 12/9tfc
Three ton package A/C and heating
unit for mobile home, very good condi-
tion, $250. 259-3000 ask for Jim. 2/3p
Beautiful mahogany twin headboard,
footboard and rails, $295; pair of twin
headboards, footboards and rails,
$295 Mahogany chest. Southern
Charm 259-4140. 12/9tfc
Firewood, great deals on oak. Call Ja-
son 904-509-0507 or Nick 588-6687.
1/27-2/24 p
Antique breakfront buffet, breakfront
china cabinet, buffet, large table with 4
chairs, all mahogany, can be been at
Southern Charm. 259-4140. 12/9tfc
Pedestal table with 6 chairs and leaf,
$175 firm; metal baker's rack $40.
259-8160 or 259-9301. 2/3p
Good used appliances, 90 day money
back guarantee. 266-4717.
11/4-11/4/05p


Three very nice square, glass top ta-
bles, $150.259-2381 or 259-5779.
2/3c
Early 1920 camel back sofa, excellent
condition, $895.Southern Charm 259-
4140. 12/9tfc


Mahogany secretary, beautiful piece,
excellent condition. Southern Charm
259-4140. 12/9tfc
Brand new mobile home tub, $30;
kitchen table, truck and car tires, well
pump with tank $100. 259-0881. 2/3p


1993 Cadillac STS, low mileage,
looks like new, lady owned, $4500.
838-2648. 2/3-1O0p
1999 Volvo tractor with sleeper, ex-
cellent condition, N14 engine, super
10 speed Eaton transmission. $24,900
OBO. 653-1656 or 904-591-2916 cell.
2/3p
1999 Kia Sportage, low mileage.
loaded, excellent condition, $4500.
838-2648. 2/3-10p
1998 Dodge Ram SLT, regular cab,
4x4, power windows, doors and steer-
ing, 79,000 miles, $10,000 0BO. 259-
8442 2/3p


1999 Ford F450 with service body,
diesel, automatic, A/C, good condition,
$9500. 838-2648. 2/3-10p
1998 Chevrolet Z71, extended cab,
fully loaded, $8500 OBO. 259-5885.
2/3p
1980 Ford F800, 370 engine, 5 speed,
2 spare tires, 17' rollback wrecker,
$4300 OBO. 838-2648. 2/3-10p
1997 Chevrolet Malibu, 100,000
miles, good condition, $2700. 259-
9206 call before 9:00 pm. 2/3p
1996 Chevrolet Cavaliet, 4 door, runs
good, $2200 OBO. 653-1933 or 904-
219-7123. 2/3-10p
1996 F250 Power Stroke, 4x4, ex-
tended cab, automatic, A/C, power
windows and locks, loaded, excellent
condition, $9700. 259-9599. 2/3p


Child care, Macclenny II, indoor and
outdoor activities, Monday-Friday
only. 5:00 am-5:30 pm, two years and
up, only three full time children kept.
259-3334. 1/20-2/1O0p
Music lessons in Macclenny! All in-
struments, singing, all ages. 653-
1737. 1/27-2/3p


For rent: 6x12 dump trailer for rent,
will hold 6 tons construction debris or
any haul off. 259-3084. 2/3c


Tree.trimming removal and clean up.
Licensed and insured. 259-7968.
10/21tfc
What's under your bed, or in your
closet? I collect guitars. Call Lacy
Crews 259-7325. 1/6tfc
A'Donna Jackson's Income Tax Ser-
vice, low prices for quality work, elec-
tronic filing money in 13 days. Call
759-0884 (Glen St. Mary). 1/27-2/24p
Do you have a junk car or truck you
want hauled off or to sell? 259-7968.
4/22tfc
Now accepting antique furniture on
consignment. Pieces have to be in
good condition. Call Karin at Southern
Charm 259-4140. 2/13tfc


Wanted: Electric treadmill and hand
held weight set. 259-3013. 2/3p

CLASSIFIED ADS
Denrllin c '\Ahn. 6i 4:30() fn


Thursday & Friday
8:00 am-4:00 pm,
274 N. 6th St.
: Friday 8:00 am-2:00
pm, 4504 Birch St.,
, Macclenny II.
i; Movies, lots of
clothes, household
Stems, etc.
SFriday 8:00 am-2:00
: pm, 3 miles south of
c Sanderson on 229.
Furniture, clothes,
( household and much
* more.
Friday & Saturday
8:00 am-2:00 pm,
125 N. to Crews Rd,
left on Oakwood Ter-
race. Lots of every-
thing. 259-0881.
Friday & Saturday
9:30 am-?, E. 90 to-
wards Baldwin at
Troy's Mini Storage.
Furniture, clothes,
fishing equipment,
odds and ends.
Friday & Saturday
8:00 am-2:00 pm,
847 Miltondale Rd.
Saturday 8:00 am-
?, 746 N. Lowder St.
Girl's clothing,
household items, lots
more. Huge 3 fami-
lies. Rain or shine.


Friday & Saturday
8:00 am-?, corner of
William Barber Rd
and Barber Bros. Cir-
cle. DVD movies, bar
stools, books, lots of
other stuff.
Friday & Saturday
8:00 am-?, Man-
ntown Church, CR
125 S. A little bit of
everything, including
golfing equipment.
Multi-family. Cancel
if rains.
Saturday 9:00 am-
1:00 pm, Stasi Rd in
Glen. Super Bowl
yard sale. Everything
must go.
Saturday 8:00 am-
?, George Hodges
Rd to Aspen to Wil-
low. 3 families.


Dogs: all types from puppies to adults.
Animal Control, $50 boarding fees will
apl. 259-6786. 11/20tfc


Lost: Male bull mastiff, mix brown with
white face. Reward, please call Arlie
Combs 259-0795 or cell 742-2032.
2/3p
Lost: Red medium size male beagle,
South Carolina tag. 259-7063. 2/3p


Saturday 9:00 am-
?, 248 S. 1st St. 904-;
219-9576.
Saturday 8:00 am- '
?, Take 90 W to:
Stoddard Ave., turn
right (across from
Ronie's), go past the
trailers, turn left on
W. Washington (dirt
road), follow around
to 1st left (Aunt Mary
Harvey), go 1/8 mile,
take 1st right, An-
drew Raulerson Rd.,
follow signs. Men
and women's
clothes, purses,
shoes, kid's clothes,
boys 2T-5T, girl's
new born -5T, kid's
toys, pictures, a lil' bit
of everything.
Saturday 8:00 am-
4:00 pm, located off
228, turn left at Tan-
gerine St., 1 road be-
fore 301, follow
signs. Come on over.
I have furniture,
brand new 40 gallon
gas hot water heater,
kitchen appliances,
exercise equipment,
movies, pictures,
clothes, what nots,
etc. Great big sale.


Business and inventory for sale. Busi-
ness has been operating in Macclenny '
for 8'7 years. Honeysuckle Hollow has'
to be moved everything included to
start your own business. Price is nego- :
tiable. 904-422-1698: 2/3p





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HAVE TRACTOR
WILL TRAVEL
Tractor, la%\ n & backhoe services
Call for free estimates
Home 259-4191
Cell 424-7965
1/20-2/10p
CANADAY
CONSTRUCTION
Complete site & underground
Utiliit contractor
% e now sell:
dirt & slag
259-1242 office
219-8094 mobile
Lic#ClUC057126 8/12-2/3/05p


B.J. FENCE CO.
All tI pes of fencing
'Chain link Wood *Vinyl
Pool decks & wood decks
653-1442


New This Spring
CR-AJCO Yard Care
-Cut your yard-
Weedeat-
-Edge drive ays & sidewalks-
I do one yard at a time
& I do them well.
259-9149
Rodney Craig
1/20-2
ROOFING & REPAIRS
Shingles & metal re-roofs
Carpeniry* indows*doors*etc.
A& R Roofing
259-3300


1/8tfc


WOODS TREE
SERVICE
Tree removal Light hauling
Stump removal
We haul or buy junk
cars & trucks
We sell horses
Licensed Insured
Free estimates ,
24 hour service
Call Danny
259-7046
Jesus is the Only Way
11/4-11/4/05p
RHODEN DRYWALL
Specializing in residential homes
Licensed & Insured
904-838-2389 cell
259-5706 evenings
1/27-3/17p


BUG OUT SERVI(
Since 1963
27p Residential & Commerci
Pest Control
Lawn & Shrub Care
Termite Protection
Damage repair guarantee
Free estimates Call today
Sentricon Colony
Elimination System
259-8759

ADDINGTON
:7p LAND SERVICE
S Land clearing tractor ser
Excavation fill dirt poi
Brush mowing ~ seeding gr
386-867-1094
Nextel


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NMACGLEN BUILDERS,
INC.
-Design / Build
Your Plans or Our Plans
.- Bentley Rhoden -


904-259-2255
CBCP60014
WEST GLEN FEN
We do Barb Wire
Field Fence
Board Fence
904-449-3293

DAVID'S PAINT
AND HOME REPA
Free estimates
Quality work
259-6725 or
904-395-4121


CE 1/27-2/3p
R.K. Muse
al Construction, Inc.
Custom Homes
*Residential *Commercial
*New construction
ay! *Remodeling *Additions
275-2826
545-8316 cell
Keith Muse, Owner
2/17tfc CBC#1250391 1/20-2/10p


WEDDING
ANNOUNCEMENTS
& INVITATIONS
So. many options!
See our Catalogs at
The Office Mart
110 South 5th Street
259-3737


MARTI'S CLEANING
,SERVICE
Residential only
Reasonable rates
259-3441
1/27-2/17p


3/14tf In-ground pools available
ICE BONNIE'S KLEAR
POOLS
We sell & install
DOUGHBOY above-ground pools
Service Renovations Cleaning
11/28tfc Repairs Chemicals Parts
NG 698-E West Macclenny Ave.
IRS (next to Raynor's Pharmacy)
Fall & Winter hours:
Wednesday, Thursday & Friday'
10 am-6 pm
Saturday 10 am-2 pm


259-5222
(CPC 053903)
CHANEY LAND
DEVELOPMENT
Land clearing demolitio
Hauling excavation
Fill dirt ponds
386-569-7757


GATEWAY PEST
CONTROL, INC.
259-3808
All types of pest control
Call Eston, Shannpn, Bryan,
Bill or Philip
Beverly Monds Owner
11/16tfc
ON TOP
TREE SERVICE
Licensed & Insured
Trimming Removal
Free estimates
386-623-0298
Rodney
386-984-5312


1/13-2/3p
CONNIE F. WHITE


275-2474
9/2tfc Septic tanks, Tractor work.
New systems, Repairs,
r Sump pumps, Culverts,
Slag hauled & spread


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A & R TRUSS
,Engineered trusses for your new
Home Barn Shed Etc.
Free Estimates
259-3300
12/23t
LARRY WESTFALL
CORPORATION
Roofing
Free Estimates
259-8700


tfc CCC046197


2/Stfc
FILL DIRT
Culverts Installed
3p 259-2536
Tim Johnson
6/ltfc
ANGEL AQUA, INC.
Water Softeners Iron Filters
Sales Rentals Service
WATER TESTING
fc Total Water Softener Supplies
Salt Delivery
~ Financing Available ~
JOHN HOBBS
797 S. 6th Street, Macclenny
259-6672


5/27tfc


7/15tfc


COUNTYWIDE
WASTE DISPOSAL, INC.
Residential/Commercial
Garbage pickup for Baker County
259-5692
Kent Kirkland, Owner/Operator
9/23-3/23p
WELL DRILLING
2" & 4" wells
Roger Raulerson
) ;_7C31


GOD'S BUSINESS
After-hours computer rep
Networking, training,
graphic design & writing,
Call Cheryl
904-885-1237

A&R ROOFING, II
New roofs Roof repair
Roof replacement
Free estimates.


259-7892
9/9tfc


APPLIANCE DOCTOR
SAir Conditioners Heat Pumps *
Major Appliances *
24 hour, 7 day emergency service!
Call Vince Farnesi, Owner-Operator
259-2124
7/ltfc
DESIGN ALTERNATIVES
260-8153
Custom house plans
to your specifications
Qualified Good References
4/30tfc


INSTANT RAIN
IRRIGATION &
CHUCK'S TRACTOR
WORKS
Residential Irrigation
Box Blade Sod
Free Estimates
904-338-7657 cell
259-6396
Ask for John or Chuck


1/27-7/28p
4/3tfc JAMES COMBS

3S CONSTRUCTION
air
air 30 years experience
*Residential & commercial*
*Custom homes*
*New construction & remodeling*
6tfc 259-5857 591-3723
9/16tfc
James Combs, owner
NC. CBC058568
rs State certified 8/12-2/3/05pn


THE OFFICE MART
Oils, acrylics, watercolors, canvases,
drawing pads & much more!
110 South Fifth Street
259-3737


H&H LAND
CLEARING
Quality work/Low rates


*Free estimates *Excavation
*Dig ponds *Stump removal
*Root raking *Leveling
*Tree removal, etc.
Can haul debris from property
Large or small tracts
904-653-1272
1/13-2/3p


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$4.50
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Send resume and references to P.O.
Box 598, Macclenny, FL 32063.
9/23tfc
Window replacement specialist/car-
penter and roofer. 591-2791. 2/3tfc
Experienced painters needed. Must
have tools. 259-5877. 12/30tfc
Heavy equipment mechanic needed,
5 years experience, must have own
tools, clean driving record. Benefits of-
fered, Maxville area. 289-7000. Drug
free workplace. 2/3-10Oc
Ray's Nursery has openings for 2
weedeaters. Call 259-3740. 1/20tfc
Truck mechanic, 5 years experience,
must have own tools,clean driving
record, benefits offered. Maxville, 289-
7000. Drug free workplace. 2/3-10Oc
Full time RN for home health aide su-
pervision, home health aides for per-
sonal care, homemaking and Respite
in Baker County. Please call 398-1322
ask for Marion or fax resume to 398-
1221. 1/27tfc
Needed: Detail oriented, subdivision
roadway maintenance crew for com-
pany specializing in erosion control.
Fax resume to 904-275-3292 or call.
275-4960. EEO. 2/3-1O0p
Cash paid for doing quick and easy
online surveys! All you need is your
computer and opinion. Could you use
an extra $500 $1500 a month? Go
here to start today. http://hop.click-
bank.net/?countrymom/sponline.
1/27-2/3p
Full-time person to do heavy duty con-
struction site clean up. Must have a
valid driver's license with good driving
record and pickup truck for transporta-
tion. 259-2255. 2/3tfc
-Wanted: Honest Christian elderly
woman who needs room and board in
Exchange for companionsnip witn an-
other elderly woman. Must be neat and
-.cleam-Forturther information, please
contact 275-2696 or 904-813-5406 to
set up an interview. Please be pre-
pared to provide references upon re-
quest. 2/3c
Assistant operations manager
needed for security company in Jack-
sonville. Must be people oriented and
have strong leadership skills. Call Gid-
dens Security 904-384-8071 or fax re-
sume to 904-389-7931. 2/3-17c
Fiscal assistant needed part-time to
assist fiscal officer in carrying out the
tasks necessary to manage the fiscal
operations of a private, non-profit orga-
nization. Some duties include payroll
preparation, data entry and file man-
agement. Submit applications to Ton-
nie M. Blakely, BCCOA, 101 E. Mac-
clenny Ave., Macclenny, FL. 2/3c
Driver needed. Three immediate
openings! New pay package, guaran-
teed home every weekend, average
2444 miles weekly, CDL-A required. 1-
877-428-5627 Jacksonville, FL termi-
nal, www.ctdrivers.com: 2/3c
The Baker County Health Department
is seeking a full time health educator
for a community cardiovascular health
project. Applicants must possess ex-
cellent oral and written communication
skills, work well with diverse popula-
tion, have the ability to motivate others,
work well as part of a team, and have a
bachelor's degree in health education,
community health, public health or
other related field. Applicants must ap-
ply on-line at
https://peoplefirst.myflorida.com by
4:00 pm on Friday, February 4th. 2/3c
Ray's Nursery, Inc. has openings for
two order pullers. Apply in person at
the office Monday Friday 8:30-9:00
am. 2/3tfc
Case management aide needed to
assist the case manager in case man-
agement of clients, maintenance of
client files, assisting with preparations
of program reports, interact.with clients
in case manager's absence, attend
staff meetings, conferences and train-
ing as needed. Please submit applica-
tion to Tonnie M. Blakely, BCCOA, 101
E. Macclenny Ave., Macclenny, FL.
2/3c
Hair stylist and nail technician
needed, booth rent or commissions.
Call Malissa at Artisan's 259-8160.
2/3tfc


Immediate openings for instrument
person on our field survey crews, ex-
perience with TDS a plus. Top pay with
benefits. Apply in person at Earth-
works of NE Florida, Inc., 11932 N. SR
121, Macclenny, FL 32063, or call 653-
2800. 2/3-10c
Transportation coordinator needed.
This person is responsible for oversee-
ing the transportation department of
the BCCOA. This position answers di-
rectly to the executive director and is
responsible for supervision of drivers,
transportation grants, various regula-
tions which require tracking and com-
pliance, and to ensure transportation
services are provided in a safe and re-
liable manner to all transportation dis-
advantaged individuals in Baker
County. Submit applications to Tonnie
M. Blakely, BCCOA, 101 E. Macclenny
Ave., Macclenny, FL. 2/3c
Ray's Nursery, Inc. has two openings
on Leeann and Brenda's crew. Apply
in person at the office Monday Friday
8:30-9:00 am. 2/3tfc

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Every Saturday 7:00 pm at Big Barn
Auction, end of Stacy Rd, Glen St.
Mary, under new management. 904-
962-8724 or call Barbara at 904-353-
4825. License #480. 1/13-2/3p


FSBO. Bi-level deck with hot tub. Ele-
gant 3 BR, 2.5 BA brick home in Whis-
pering Pines off Miltondale Rd. Formal
LR and DR, front room with fireplace,
extra office room, basement storage, 2
car garage, '/2 acre lot, lots of extras,
$229,500. Call 259-7088 for appoint-
ment. 1/13-2/3p
City lot in Macclenny on South Blvd.
Financing available. Contact Brian
653-4439. 2/3c
-New 3 BR, 2'/2 BA custom home in
Macclenny II, 4245 Birch Street, of-
fered by builder. 259-6967 or cell 535-
8399. 1/27tfc
For sale or rent. Two acres of land
near new school with 3 BR, 2 BA dou-
blewide, fireplace; zoned for two mo-
bile homes. 653-1656. 2/3p
1998 Fleetwood home located on
7/10 acre, 3 BR, 2 BA with 24x30 de-
tached front garage, partially fenced
back yard with above ground pool and
deck, newly tiled shower in master
bath, water softener and all appliances
included. Great neighborhood,
$74,995. 259-6202 after 5:30 pm for
appointments. 1/13-2/3c


Must go! Land/home 2000 3 BR, 3 BA
doublewide, 1843 sq. ft. Call Joy 505-
0343. 2/3p
5 BR 3 BA, 3400 sq. ft. on 1 acre,
brick, $295,000. 591-2791. 2/3tfc'
5'/2 acres in Taylor, $45,000. 463-
2749. 2/3-17c
2 acres at CR 250A and NRF 732 in
Olustee, $17000. 904-786-0141.
12/30-2/17
Moving out '05s for '06s. 3 BR, 2 BA
doublewide on 1 acre, $650. Call Joy
505-0343. 2/3p
Land for sale. 2 adjoining ten acre
lots, $55,000 each or both for
$100,000. 904-260-3801. 2/3-1 Op
1.3 acres, zoned RCMH, 1 home/acre,
CR 23C frontage, $32,500. 259-3148.
2/3-1 Op
Tired of paying rent? Call Joy today.
$0 down for land/home. 505-0343.
2/3p
5'/2 acres in Taylor, 3 BR, 2 BA,
$85,000. 529-8068. 2/3-17c
For rent or sale. Commercial property
on 121 South, 4 room office. 463-2749.
2/3-17c


Townhouse, very private and quiet, 2
BR, 1'/2 BA in Baldwin, CH/A, cable
ready, kitchen appliances, no pets,
$540 per month, $540 deposit. 904-
945-9183 cell. 2/3-10p
2 BR, 1 BA, newly remodeled house
with 3/4 acre fenced, no pets or smok-
ing, $575 per month plus deposit. 502-
8834. 1/20tfc
11/2 acre lot for mobile home in South
Glen. 259-6735. 9/23tfc
2 BR, 1 BA apartment, brick, all elec-
tric, washer and dryer hookup, 12
month lease, $600 per month, $500
deposit, no pets, 351 N. Lowder. 259-
9797. 1/27tfc
3 BR, 2 BA home in city limits, no pets,
$825 per month, $500 deposit, 12
month lease. 259-6849. 2/3-1O0p
2 BR, 2 BA singlewide, $575 per
month, 1st, last and $300 security.
Available February 1. 259-5877. 2/3c
3 BR, 2 BA mobile home, Cedar Creek
Drive, Sanderson, $600 deposit, $600
per month, no pets. 275-2577 or 251-
4130. 2/3p
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838-2648. 2/3-10p
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Cheerleaders finish 1st runner-up...
The girls placed first runner-up of 12 teams competing at Orange Park High School on
January 22. Their next competition will be nationals in Kissimmee on March 12. Shown are
(front) Missy Baker and Kelsey Anderson, (center) Hailey Baldwin, Chelsey Sampley, Abi
Anderson, Alison Evans, Amber Cole, Ellie Helms, (back) Logan Raulerson, Caitlyn An-
drews, -Rachel Sorrels, Amanda Reinhart, Brookelyn Johnson, Andy Hodges, Leslie Nipper,
Jessica Hines, Sarah Holman, Rachel Magnan and Cheyanna Fussell. They are students of
Brea Heaps and Jillian Adams.


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for the week of
February 7-11
BREAKFAST
,MONDAY: Breakfast pizza with milk and
juice..
TUESDAY: Sausage biscuit with milk and
juice.
WEDNESDAY: Cereal and toast with milk
and juice.
THURSDAY: Fruit and oatmeal bites with
milk and juice.
FRIDAY: French toast sticks with syrup
with milk and juice.
LUNCH
MONDAY: Chicken patty sandwich or
Chef's choice, choice of two: potato rounds, let-
tuce and tomato slice, pineapple with cake and
milk.
TUESDAY: Cheese pizza, pork and rice
with cornbread, choice of two: green beans, sal-
ad, fruit with pudding and milk.
WEDNESDAY: Veggie soup with peanut
butter and jelly sandwich or glazed pork nib-
blers, choice of two: corn, greens, mixed fruit
and milk.
THURSDAY: BBQ pork on a bun or turkey
pot pie with biscuit, choice of two: mixed veg-
gies, cucumbers with dressing, pineapple chunks
with cookie and milk.
FRIDAY: Beef nuggets or fish sandwich
both with grits, choice of two: green beans, slaw,
fruit and milk.


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on the St. Mary's River. Many native
palm trees. This unique property was
once a deep water port for sailing
ships. Secluded with its own private
road. Located next to the world
famous White Oak Plantation in
Nassau County. If you are looking
for a private estate site, this is it.
Shown to qualified buyers by appt.
only. Priced at $3,500,000
3 Bedroom, 2 Bath- 1400 sq. ft.
DW. sidee
Estate assau
County. See to appreciate. $83200
Reduced to $77,500
Duval County- Yellow Water Rd.
2000 RI, 2
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acre and has its own fish pond.
$79900 Reduced to $75,000


Land- Located in Lancaster Glen
'4'/2 miles west of Macclenny. Easy
access to US Hwy. 90 and I-10.
Lot #1- 11.74 acres $76,310; Lot
#6- 10.01 acres $65,000; Lot #19-
15.01 acres $67,5000; Lot #21-
25.42 acres $101,680
Mobile Home Park- 5 sin-
glewide mobile homes, each on a
75x125 lot plus one 75x125 rental
lot. P. per
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100% ni nice
shade trees. Located near schools in
Hilliard (Nassau Cty.) Priced to sell
at $150,000 No owner financing.
Nice Building Lot- 1.05 acre in
Oakridge (Off of Bob Bumsed Rd.)
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13.5 Acres Located on paved road
in Glen St. Mary, zoned agricultural
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Shouse honored

A Baker County High School
graduate has taken his place
,among an elite group of college
athletes.
Jeff Shouse, a 6'4" offensive
lineman for Edward Waters Col-
lege, has been recognized as a
,o2004 DakTronics-NAIAA:_Football
All-American Scholars-Athlete.
He was nominated by Tigers'
coach LaMonte Massie for his out-
Sstanding academic performance,
which.includes a 3.78 grade point
average.
"Shouse encourages scholarship
and leadership on and off the grid-
iron," Massie said. "He has been a
member of the fighting Tigers
since our return of football in 2001
and has proven himself to be a
great asset to our program."
Mr. Shouse, who lives in St.
George, Ga., will receive his de-
gree in criminal justice on April
30.

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LICE CITY Lake City, FL
..... 32025-8703
Available Positions
Lake City Community College
seeks quality employees who share
a commitment to teaching and
learning and developing the poten-
tial that lies within each student.
LCCC is a comprehensive public,
two year college in North Central
Florida serving a district the size of
Rhode Island. Successful candi-
dates should possess a commit-
ment to serving a culturally diverse
student population.
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Executive Director, Teacher
Preparation Academy
To begin July 1,2005-Master's degree
with minimum 6 years in teaching and
leadership positions.
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Teacher Preparation Academy
To begin fall term-requires Master's
degree with minimum 18 graduate credit
hours in field and teaching experience.
Mathematics Instructor
To begin fall term-requires Master's
degree with minimum 18 graduate credit
hours in field.
Application Deadline- Review of
applications will begin April 1,
2005. Persons interested should pro-
vide application, resume and pho-
tocopies of transcripts.
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Development
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149 S.E. College Place, Lake City, FL
32025-2007
Phone (386) 754-4314; Fax (386) 754-
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Fail the FCAT?
prep for GED
The 12th grade options student
incentive program is underway in
Building 5 at Baker County High
School on Monday and Wednes-
day nights from 6:30-9:00 pm.
This program is only for Baker
County seniors from 2003 and
2004 who did not pass the FCAT.
Students can enter the program
and prepare for a special GED
testing with one-half of the testing
fee paid by a grant awarded to the
school district. Call 259-0406 for
more information.

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The following activities are
A scheduled in Baker County
schools for the week of February
7-12. This listing may be incom-
C plete and subject to change with-
S out notice.
1 'February 7: District Wide-
2 School board meeting at 6:30
3pm. BCHS- FFA rose sale
Sfundraiser begins. Junior class
candy sale.
February 8: BCHS- Girls'
Basketball district tourney
B (TBA). Boys' basketball at Mid-
C dleburg at 6-7 pm. BCMS-
SFCAT Florida Writes! test for
S8th grade. KIS- Florida Writes!
test for 4th grade.
2 *February 9: KIS- Florida
3 Writes Plus! field test for 4th
grade. ME- School Advisory
Council meeting at 8:00 am in
A library.
a -February 10: BCHS- Girls'
C basketball district tourney
S(TBA). Boys' basketball vs. Pot-
ter's House (H) at 6-7 pm.
1 BCMS- Softball preseason clas-
2 sic at Lake City. ME- Spring
3 picture day.
*February 11: BCHS- Boys'
basketball vs. Sandalwood (H)
A 6-7 pm, "Senior Night." BCMS-
Valentine's Dance in the gym at
S7-9:30 pm. KIS- Tiger Treats.
C *February 12: BCHS- Soft-
ball preseason classic. Girls'
basketball tourney (TBA).
BCMS- Saturday school for
SFCAT reading from 8 am to


Honor students
named at LCCC
Fourteen Baker County students
achieved perfect scores and 11 got
high scholastic honors for the fall
semester at Lake City Community
College.
Those with 4.0 grade point av-
erages are Steve Alford, Amanda
Ball, Cody Brent, Sarah Cain,'Sum-
mer Case, Jessica Crews, Koty
Crews, Laura Harvey, Lisa Hill,
Derreck Holian, Jennifer Lank-
ford, Monika Lundquist, Tanner
Sharman and Candice Tyson.
Students with a 3.5 or higher
grade point average with no grade
below C: Amy Anderson, Haley
Harvey, Hubbard Harvey III, James
Jacobs, Chad Kersey, Kristophor
Linster, Stephanie McGaha, Mar-
lene Pack, Marcella Reinhardt, Erin
Wurst, Andrea Yarborough.


Lake City sponsors lecture

'Men ofColor, To Arms!'


To commemorate both the Bat-
tle of Olustee and Black History
Month, Lake City Community
College will sponsor a lecture at
noon Tuesday, February 15 in the
Barney E. McRae Auditorium.
Professor Matthew Gallman of
the University of Florida will pre-
sent Men of Color, To Arms! Now
or Never! The Northern Appeal to
Black Recruits. The lecture is free
andopen to the public.
The multimedia lecture will fea-
ture slides and images from the
wartime era. Professor Gallman
will show recruiting posters from
the Civil War that were designed
to draw black soldiers to the con-
flict. The lecture will analyze ap-
peals to white and black recruits.


m Are iou ready for IKindergarten?

You are invited to attend the
Readiness to Learn Program to help get you and
your child ready for Kindergarten!
January 10, February 7,
March 14 and April 12
from 6:00 to 7:00 pm
Call Mrs. Miller at Westside Elementary at
259-2216 to register for the four sessions


Professor Gallman will read from
a series of recruiting speeches by
black leader Frederick Douglass
and others.
For ,more information, call
(386) 754-4293 or email mcma-
hons@lakecitycc.edu.


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