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Title: The Baker County press
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Place of Publication: Macclenny Fla
Creation Date: July 21, 2005
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Westside Class Rolls -Page Twelve


Other


Class


Rolls & School Information Next Week


Boards postpone decision

on impact fees- Page Five


THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS


13840
YONGE LIBRARY FLA. HISTORY Vol 1
PO BOX 117007- UNIV. FLA.o.
GAINESVILLE, FL 32611



Bmce Nixon

Charged with murder,

he lamented dropping

out of BCHS; broke

down after his arrest
BY MICHAEL RINKER
Press Staff
Bruce Nixon Jr., who dropped out of Baker County High School,
said he intended to go back to finish his education.
After his arrest last week for the
murder of a Jacksonville couple, the
18-year-old broke down crying on
Sthe shoulder of Sheriff Joey Dobson,
A, lamenting, among other things, that
She would never be able to go back to
school.
c Mr. Nixon's breaking point came
Friday afternoon as he led police to
the grave just over the Georgia state
line in Charlton County where he and
three accomplices allegedly left Reg-
gie and Carol Sumner buried in a
Bruce Nixon, Jr. shallow grave.
A day or two before hisarrest, how-
ever, Mr. Nixon had been at a party drinking when he told a man
about the murders. The man didn't tell Baker County authorities
about the conversation until after Mr. Nixon had been arrested be-
cause he didn't believe the story.
Among the three accomplices is Alan Wade, who lived on Long
Drive in Macclenny until a couple of years ago. He was arrested for
bank card fraud along with Michael Jackson and Tiffany Cole, of
South Carolina. They had been using the Sumners' ATM card.
Mr. Wade's criminal record l r.clude., sec eral arersts0 o er the past
four years for possession of marijuana, burglary of a motor vehicle
and credit card fraud.
(Page four please)


'Dug graves days


before killing couple,'


suspect tells BCSO


BY MICHAEL RINKER
Press Staff
After leading police to a shallow
grave 40 yards off a dirt road in the
Georgia woods. Bruce Nixon Jr.
began to cry.
Standing in the rain near the bur-
ied bodies of the Jacksonville cou-
ple he is charged with killing, the
18-year-old Macclenny man appar-
ently was overcome by the enormi-
ty of what he'd done.
He sought comfort from Baker
County Sheriff Joey Dobson, say-
ing tearfully he was "sorry that it
happened."
Mr. Nixon also told the sheriff
he and his accomplices had dug the(
graves a couple of days before they
kidnapped and killed James and
Carol Sumner.
Among those accomplices was
former Macclenny resident Alan
Wade, 18, along with Michael
Jackson, 23, and Tiffany Cole, 23,
of South Carolina. Wade recently
moved to Jacksonville from Baker
County.
The three were arrested for bank
card fraud in Charleston after po-
lice tracked the use of the Sumners'
ATM cards.
Jacksonville police said the sus-
pects planned to rob the couple,
who moved to the city's St. Nicho-
las area from South Carolina in
February. Prior to moving, Ms.
Sumner sold a car to Ms. Cole.
Investigators said the couple,
both 61 and in poor health, were
forced into the trunk of their car at
gunpoint, driven to Charlton Coun-
ty, Georgia and buried.
The exact manner and location
of their death is still under investi-
gation.
Their car, a light blue 1993 Lin-
coln Town Car, was discovered
abandoned on O.E. Gunter Road in


Sanderson.
Baker County Deputy Randy
Davis tagged the car and filed a re-
port July 12 after a computer check
of the tag and VIN showed nothing
suspicious.'
Two days earlier, Videll Williams,
a Sanderson minister and Jackson-
ville deputy, noticed the car when.
he picked up two women to bring
them to church, according to Chief
Chuck Brannan, of the Baker
County Sheriff's Office.
After learning of the Sumners'
disappearance, Mr. Williams "put
two and two together," Brannan
said.
JSO and BCSO officers search-
ed the area by helicopter and four-
wheel drive vehicles July 13 and
14.
Meanwhile, Mr. Wade, Mr. Jack-
son and Ms. Cole were arrested,
and reportedly fingered Mr. Nixon,
who was arrested July 15 for mur-
(Page two please)


Runaway trailer
causes chain of
I-10 accidents...
Rescue and fire workers load Cathy L.
Willet, 54, onto a stretcher and prepare
to transport her via helicopter to Shands
Jacksonm ille the morning of July 13 fol-
lowing an accident that tied up eastbound
traffic on Interstate 10 at Alacclenny. Her
vehicle was one of three hit byI a utility
trailer that slipped loosefrom a west-
bound Ford pickup driven by Pete
Demaggio, 46, of Jacksonville. It crossed
the median at the CR 228 overpass,
struck the Ford in this photo, a Ford
Mustang and a semi-truck (not shown).
The driver of the Mustang was treated at
Fraser Hospital, and Mr. Demaggio was
charged with failure to properly secure
the trailer.


.4 Thursday July 21, 2005 Macclenny, Florida 500


Pre K-ylle


New concept for new mandate...


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3 of 5 centers

will not be

ready by the

start ofyear

in two weeks
BY MICHAEL DRINKER
Press Staff
Sherrie Raulerson's career has
been a long hop, short skip and a
big jump.
After 18 years teaching kinder-
garten, Ms. Raulerson spent a year
as an administrator before being
chosen principal of Baker County's
new pre-KIkindergarten school.
"My goal is for the children to
say they can't wait to come to
school the next day," Ms. Rauler-
son said.
And she. has directed her consid-
erable energy and enthusiasm to-
ward that goal.,
The school district chose Faye
Sinclair to help Ms. Raulerson get
the center up and running.
Ms. Sinclair, who has 35 years
of experience, signed on for this
project as one last service to the
district before retirement.
She said of Ms. Raulerson,
"There's not a better person to run
it."
Both were sitting in the old
school board meeting room, which
has been converted into a war room
of sorts. Four long tables form a


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Time for the finishing decisions: Principal Raulerson huddles with job superintendent
Ken Morgan and Tracy Regan on placement of television monitor stands in one of the
I/ ,'..-vi, -.,- :, .',. i n .t, Irsf pha e earlh n-ttr monih Below, the principal and her
soon-to-retire preaecesnor Alice Fave Sinclair at one of the banks of computer monitors
in the temporary adminstratime office the old School Board room.


square in the middle of the room
and are packed with computers,
phones and papers.
With the beginning of the school
year just a couple of weeks away,
the room was humming with phones
ringing almost constantly and peo-
ple ducking in and out to speak
with Ms. Raulerson.
As of now, there is no assistant
principal, although the,,district will
hire one.
Adding to the buzz is the fact
that just two of the five buildings in
the complex will be completed by
August 4, the first day of school.


The school board in February
approved construction of the $8
million complex, hoping to see it
"substantially" completed by the
beginning of the school year.
Located between the school dis-
trict office on South Boulevard and
Baker County Middle School, the
center's five buildings will contain
38 classrooms.
By absorbing existing pre-K and
kindergarten classes, the center will
clear two dozen classrooms from
Westside and Macclenny elementa-
ry schools, although Superinten-
(Page two please)


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name in

for a new

judgeship
Baker County Judge Joey Williams
is looking for a promotion.
He has applied for a newly cre-
ated circuit judgeship, according to
a spokeswoman for the chairman of
the Eighth Judicial Circuit Judicial
Nominating Committee.
Judge Williams did not return a
phone message left at his office
Tuesday.
JNC chairman Kevin Jurecko's
Gainesville office was unable to
provide additional information on
Judge Williams or others who ap-
plied for the job.
The Florida Legislature created
the new position this year.
Judge Williams, who attended
Baker County High School, has
served on the bench since 1992.
Before that he was a private attor-
ney and spent two years as an as- \
sistant state attorney in Monroe
County.
The JNC will review applica-
tions and interview candidates be-
fore presenting three to six nomi-
nees to Gov. Jeb Bush, who must
choose one, according to the Flori-
da Bar web site. Deadline for appli-
cations was July 15.
The circuit's web site lists 11
circuit judges and a chief judge.
In addition to Baker, the Eighth
Circuit comprises Alachua, Brad-
ford, Gilchrist, Levy and Union
counties.


Budget for

schools to


Se21.8%

The Baker County school dis-
trict will spend 21.8 percent more
money next fiscal year, while
slightly lowering the property tax
rate, according to its proposed
$44.6 million budget for the com-
ing year.
The lower rate is made possible
by the continued increase in the
county's property values.
Taxable property in Baker Coun-
ty is assessed at $584.9 million, an
increase of $68 million.
The 2005-06 budget anticipates
local revenue of $3.6 million based
on a tax rate of 7.941 mills.
In the current year's budget, it
was $3 million drawn from a rate
of 8.211 mills.
Despite the lower millage rate,
the school district must advertise a
tax increase because it will be col-
lecting more money.
Including the local income, gen-
eral revenue,in the proposed plan
totals $34.3 million, $4 million of
which is the general fund balance
as of July 1.
Last year's general revenue was
$29.5 million, including a $3 mil-
lion fund balance.
More than three-quarters of rev-
enue comes from the state, which is
kicking in a total of $26.6 million,
up from $24.1 million in the cur-
rent budget.
Adding special revenue, capital
project money and other income to
the general revenue pushes the
budget's bottom line total to $44.6
million, although those additional
revenue streams are dollar-for-dol-
lar dedicated spending on the other
side of the ledger.
Finance officer Marcelle Rich-
ardson presented the budget to the
(Page two please)


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(from page one)
der, kidnapping and robber, ,'
,-:.He was picked up at his home
on Jerry Circle by JSO homicide
investigator Dennis Sullivan, ac-
companied by local deputies, and
taken to the Baker County Sher-
iff's Office Annex. Detective Sul-
livan used to work for BCSO and
still lies in Macclenn\.
Sheriff Dobson said Mr. Nixon
recognized him at the Annex.
"When he saw me, he said, 'I
know Mr. Dobson. I trust him."'
The sheriff said Mr. Nixon was
crying while at the Annex, com-
plaining about boils on iis knees.
"But we knew that wasn't why
he was crying. The whole thing was
starting to come down on him."
The sheriff told Detective Sulli-
van he could get Mr. Nixon to con-
fess, but the JSO opted to take him
to Jacksonville.
Once there, he asked for a law-
yer, which likely would have de-
railed any confession, but he later
re-initiated a conv eration \\ ith in-

Budget is

up 21.8%

(from page one)
school board at a workshop July
18.
Construction. including a ne\\
wing at Keller Intermediate School
and the new Pre-K, Kindergarten
center, has driven up spending.
"We have a heavy year in build-
ings," Ms. Richardson told board
members, but advised them not to
stress about it.
She said the fund balance will
drop from $4 million this year to
$2.9 million next.
"It's a one-time huge expendi-
ture, but in time we'll make up for
it. That's how it works," she said.
Financially, we're good."
The final hearing is scheduled
for September 6.






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\estig.tors tnd confessed.
His three accomplices apparent-
-i,.pro ided "'bil.s and pieces", of
the <[or 'to' S .t,-lh (C:ir, linia tuthor-
iies, according to Chief Brannan,
but Nixon offered to take local po-
lice to the grave site.
Around mid-afternoon Friday,
less than a week after the Sumners
were reported missing, the young
suspect took Sheriff Dobson,'Chief
Brannan and Detective Sullivan
north on SR 121 across the state
line nearly three miles to Stokes
Road, then right on a dirt road for
about a mile. He led them around a
hunting club gate, through some
trees and palmetto bushes to a
clearing, where he pointed to
mounds of newly dug dirt
Sheriff Dobson stayed back at
the road, while Deputy Sullivan
accompanied Mr. Ni:xon. Chief
Brannan videotaped them as the' .
walked to the crude graj es.
"I walked up there," the sheriff
said. "He sijrted clr' ing and I hug-
ged him, and he gave some addi-
tional information." .
Mr. Nixon said he helped dig
the graves "a couple of days" be-
fore he and the others took the
Sumners there.
The plan was to use the threat
of death to scare the couple into
giving up the personal identifica-
tion numbers for their ATM cards.
Mr. Nixon also said that he and
Ms. Cole stood by the road, while
Mr. Wade and Mr. Jackson drove
the couple to the clearing where
they buried them.
A roll of duct tape was found at
the scene.
Mr. Sumner had diabetes and
had recently suffered a broken leg,
and Ms. Sumner, who had contact-
ed Hepatitis C from blood transfu-
sions had liver cancer, according
to Press news partner News4Jax.-
com. She had been shot by a former
husband back in the late 1980s.


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qa~ ,5aspokeswomrn ~rthe Geor-
giamedical examiner: sn MNoultrie
said July 19 the office could re-
lease its report only to the Jack-
sonville Sheriff's Office, which'
did not return a phone message.
Police hope the autopsy can pin
down where and when the Sumn-
ers were killed.
In the meantime, there is a
question of jurisdiction because.
the couple was taken from their
home in Jacksonville, but buried in
Charlton County.
State attorney Harry Shorstein
said he should prosecute the case
because the murders were part of a
continuing criminal act that began.
in Jackson ille.
Hewill discuss the issue with
Charlton County District Attorney
Rick Currie.
A spokeswoman for Mr. Shor-
stein's office said Mr. Nixon was
scheduled to be arraigned in Jack-
sonville, but wouldn't say what
implication that has for the issue
of jurisdiction.
A spokeswoman for Mr. Cur-
rie's office said he could not dis-
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dent Paula Barton said they've al-
ready been filled due to growth. 1:
Construction of the new school,
however, was triggered by a man-
date approved by Florida voters
that required school districts to of-
fer a'300-hour pre-K program to
any child.
In the past, families had to meet
certain financial requirements for
children to have access to pre-K.
The district will continue to of-'
fer that "school readiness" pro-
gram, which, unlike the new "vol-
untary pre-K," calls for full-day at-
tendance and a 180-day school
year.
Officials prefer it because it co-
incides\\ ith the regular school
year and thus is more convenient
for families who have older chil-
dren in school.
Both programs, however, deliv-
er the same number of academic


hours
Ms. Raulerson said the three
buildings not ready for Day One
will likely be finished by 'Septem-
ber. ; "
In the meantime, an estimated
540 pre-k and kindergarten kids
will descend upon the school.
Ms. Raulerson said the plan is
for: each classroom to house two
classes.
Ever optimistic, she sees it as a
benefit.
",e'll pair up new teachers with
veteran teachers who will serve as
mentors," she said.
Many teachers, administrative
and food service staff members
transferred to her school from oth-
Sers in the district.
"I needed a lot of experience in
starting a new school," Ms. Raul-
erson said. "TheN all\ volunteered. I
Didn't have to do any recruiting."
And the\ had to meet another
criterion of hers.


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myself with positive people," she
said, adding. "The teachers are ex-
cited; the) "re like'. "\'h'a' do you
need me to do?'"
In addition to creating "a great
environment for little people," Ms.
Raulerson wants to educate par-
ents.
"Our doors will 'be wide open
for parents to come over and be a
part of their children's learning,"
she said. "We want to teach par-
ents how important it is to be in-
solved."


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only 'stopgap'value


IMPRESSIONS


As local governmental boards
wrestle with the decision on how
much impact fees should be,
they're realizing what counterparts
in all communities that have enact-
ed them do impact fees are only a
stopgap measure in the struggle to
keep ahead of growth costs.
The boards found out quickly
that initial figures bandied about (in
the $7000-plus range) weren't go-
ing to fly, and now it looks like fees'
Swill land somewhere in the vicinity
of half that.
They must walk that fine line
Between setting a"reasonable" rate.
Ato help government with some of
Sthe costs it incurs with new growth,
. and avoid a truly confiscatory situ-
ation. Fees can get so high as to be
akin to thievery.
Some other thoughts:
Graduated fees based on
square feet of building space aren 't
as clever as they initially seem.
Their validity lies in the assump-
tion that the larger the structure, the
more people Nou have living inside
it more people going to our
schools, using our roads and other
public facilities.
While true in some cases, false
in most cases.
In fact, a young couple who can
afford only the double-wide mobile
home probably have more school-
age children than others in their 50s
or 60s who move to Baker Counti
to take ad% antage of lower building
costs. As a result, they build more
space, and mrnj be ienjo. ing the
fruits of' giving close to the budget
for all the years they did have
school-age children.
Hopefully, the "double-wide"
couple will follow in their footsteps
at some later date. Maybe even
move into that home the older cou-
ple is building in 2005 or 2006.
If you want to extract fees from
new homes with an eye on the
number of occupants, don't base it
on footage.
V There's a good reason the law
prevents counties and cities from
assessing fees on the basis of who
is "really" new and who is not.
Don't get into whether the new
homes are being constructed by

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people who already live in Baker
County. Keep it simple: impact fees
apply to all new homes and mobile
homes, regardless of, whether the
occupants are here ten years or ten
days. Any fudging on that is likely
to get the county into a costly court
battle it will probably lose .1
/Impact fees shouldn't heces-
sarily be divided equally among lo-
cal entities.
The school district, for instance,
feels perhaps the most immediate
effects of new growth. But of all
local governments, public school
revenue sources are the most close-
ly tied to. the single element that
most clearly signals growth: num-
bers of students.
State and federal sources pay the
great majority of school budgets
(expected to total an astronomical
$44 million here next year!) and
most districts simply would not be
able to afford to operate schools
under present mandates w without
those hefty subsidies.
The county does not have bene-
fit of heavy subsidiary funding, and
cannot tie its base revenues to the
numbers of anything, at least as it
relates to instant income sources.
May be the pie shouldn't be di-
\ided in half between the county
and school system.
Let's see if anyone's willing to
bring that up.


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Dear Editor
Regarding last week" 'sleItr
from Eva Willis about the money
taken from our school system, the

county's animal control department
and our pockets as taxpayers. I
understand where she's coming
from.
We have always been told that,
one is innocent until proven guilty,
but how can we just look the other
way and not question this situation


THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday July 21, 2005 Page Three



What if horoscopes get specific?


MY SIDE OF

THE MATTER


"Do you want to know what
your horoscope says?" my wife
asks as we sit in the living room
sipping coffee and watching the
Tour de France on television.
"I don't believe in horoscopes.",
"You.should."
"Why? They're way too general.:
They could apply to anyone and
any thing."


"Not necessarily. Take mine for
example. I believe my horoscope
this morning is speaking directly to
me."
"Okay let's hear it."
"Here goes," she rustles. the pa-
per around. "You are merry and
cheery and your husband doesn't
appreciate you nearly enough be-
cause he's surly and grumpy and
well on his way to becoming a cur-
mudgeon."
"It says all that?"
"Yes, it does."
"Hmm. See. I told you it was all
way too general."
"Right. Now let's hear yours."

4J'All-


S"Oh boy," I say.
"Taurus. You need to appreciate
your merry and'cheery wife more.
A chance for love to bloom. Come
off your checkbook and buy her
that new garden tub she's been
wanting."
"Amazing. I stand corrected. I
had no idea horoscopes had gotten
that specific. Does it mention a
brand?"
S"Um ... no. However, I think in
yesterday's horoscope it said some-
thing about a Jacuzzi with three
jets."
"Really. That's interesting. Hor-
oscopes never used to use brand


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names. They only said stuff like
'you will meet a mysterious strang-
er.'"
"Well, that's in there too. It says,
'You will meet a mysterious strang-
er in the kitchen and bathroom sec-
tion of Home Depot,"' she says.
"Probably a bathtub salesman."
"Right."
"It's a good thing I'm so surly
and grumpy or I might have fallen
for that. However, we dyed-in-the-
wool curmudgeons never read hor-
oscopes."
"You can learn a lot from horo-
scopes if you paid more attention."
"Would my horoscope tell me,
for example, what my wife wants
for her birthday?"
"Maybe."
"Like a three jet Jacuzzi?"
"Heavens no."
"Really, It certainly sounded like
that."
"Only because you didn't read
Monday's horoscope."
"And what' would I have learned
from Monday's horoscope?"
"Well, let's see if I can remem-
ber it. This isn't word for word,
you understand."
"Oh, of course. Paraphrase it for
me.
"Taurus: Never buy your wife
any kind of appliance for her birth-
day.".
"Good advice. I remember the
time I bought you the food proces-
sor.
"Exactly."
"Is that all it said?"
"Not quite."
"Go on."
"It says 'If you are dumb enough
to buy your charming, witty wife
an appliance like a food processor,
you run the risk of turning her from
merry and cheery to grumpy and
surly."
"We wouldn't want that to hap-
pen." I say.
"Oh no. Tvo grumpy and surlys
in one house would be too much to
bear."
"Here, hand me that section of
the paper so I can see it in black
and white."
"You don't want to do that."
"I don't?" .
"No. 'Ti would'lose something
without the merry and cheery tone
with which I read it to you," she
says, folding up the paper.
"You're probably right. Any
ideas what might be in tomorrow's
horoscope?"
"Well, that all depends."
"On what?"
"Whether there is a trip to the
hardware store in our near future."
"Tell merry and cheery to go get
dressed."
She grinned. "I see the heading
Love in Bloom for tomorrow's hor-
oscope."
"Funny. grumpy and surly
thought it might be Bank Account
in Disarray.'
"Shows you what they know."


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m oste,?.,:y t a b ..; b:iii'! d.'r vb{..:',
I(- iWihalthappitiednrt all Ithe-rniss-
ing money? Who is going to pay it
back? We've heard no more about
it, no one is to blame and the tax-
payers will make it up, right?
Sounds like it's been swept
under 'the rug, or there's "hush
money" somewhere. Our county
commissioners seem to have for-,
gotten who they were elected to'
ser e.


Rape laws are enforced.


Dear Editor:
Someone recently raised the
question. "Whatever happened to
the statutory rape laws?"
The laws haven't \anished; the)
are still being enforced on the
wrong people.
In defense of all those people
serving time for' so-called sex.
crimes on young teenage girls wh6
prey on older men, wh 'do'they
have the right to put them in'rrison
for "rape" when victims only say'
this to protect themselves from
theirr parents' w rath?
Let's put it into perspective.
How man\ teenage girls feel com-
fortable today talking to their par-
ents about sex? I can be included in
that number because I am only 19
and i can assure you not many
teenage girls discuss sexyagll relti
ed activities with their parents. ,
I feel.young men deserve the
same rights as the girls to express
in their owvn words what happened


and,'or \what didn't happen. It is
wrong for one party to pay for an
experience that takes the consent of
two parties.
In an article published earlier
this year in The Press, an investiga-
tor and corrections officer both
stated that sexual offenders in this
area do not fit. the stereotype of
mosi'sexual offenders.
"A man may have been dating
an underage girl whose parents
didn't have any problem until the
relationship soured. That's when
they decide to involve the police,"
he was quoted as spy ing. '
Where in this dO we find justjie?
How can we ayv justice hias been
served when \~'e could have 'pre-
vented this sexual activity from
occurring? Maybe we could'stop
'these allegations if we stop allow-
ing underage girls to go out with
guys we know are too old for them.
If we do this, we can slow the
rate of teenage pregnancy and


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They we'e ready to just' slide
thatClass Illandffill out her~:South
of Sanderson right under our noses.
Then when confronted, they said
they had no idea what was going to
be dumped at the landfill.
Come on: if our commissioners
didn't know everything about the
landfill, they should not have been
so quick to follow through with it.
And w hen (county engineer) Mr.
Darabi apologized weeks later to


..wrongly
reduce the number of men being
put awav for consentual sexual
activity. Take control of what comes
into and goes out of our homes.
TONI % WALKER
Macclenny'


the commissioners about the land-
fill deal and offered to resign, our
commissioners had no questions
for him. It was just "'water under
the bridge," and on to the next
issue. What's next?
We just can't sit back and say
nothing. After all, it took only one
person to stop prayer in school, one
person to stop discipline in school,
and so on. We sit back and say
nothing, then wonder why our chil-
dren are in so much trouble.
Thank you, Eva Willis, for your
letter last week. To all the people of
Baker County and in particular
south Sanderson, I hope you re-
member all this next election.

NIMAE FREEMAN
Sanderson


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Truck driver charged with having pot following rollover
Deputy Ben Anderson puts his drug sniffing labrador Remington, through its paces among freshly shredded mulch that spilled from this
semi-truck when it overturned on a curve in north Sanderson on CR 127 just after 8:00 am on July 19. A witness reported seeing driver
Robert G. Taylor, 29, of Glen St. Mary toss a plastic bag following the accident, so FHP Trooper J.D. Byrd summoned Deputy Anderson.
The dog failed to locate any drugs amid the pungent spillage, but a bag and papers were discovered when the salvage crew began prepar-
ing the cab for transport from the scene. Mr Taylor, who was uninjured, was also charged with driving too fast in the southbound rig for
road conditions.


Commission, School Board put off


decision on amount of impact fees


In a joint meeting that drew on-
ly about a dozen citizens July 19,
the Baker County Commission and
School Board reached no decision
about the amount of impact fees
each will levy on new development.
Ironically, the meeting was held
at the school district meeting room
because it would hold a sizeable
crowd, after more than 50 people
packed the commission meeting to
standing room only on June 7.
The smaller crowd was also less
vocal, but like the earlier group ac-
cepts the need for impact fees, on-
ly wanting them to start low and
gradually increase.
Members of the two boards were
as shocked as the public when
studies showed the need for rev-
enue to be higher than any of them
expected.
"We originally were consider-
ing the fee only for transportation,
then the study showed other needs.
It floored nie it's too high and'


Partygperis

arrested for

attack on teen

Police arrested a suspect early
on July 16 after he returned to, the
scene of a party in east Macclenny
and admitted to striking and seri-
ously injuring a 17-year-old male.
Joshua C. Morrison, 30, of
Macclenny told police he did not
realize the identity of the teen,
with whom he is acquainted. His
version of events was verified by
several of the victim's friends who
were at the scene, the home of Mr.
Morrison's brother on East Boule-
vard.
When police arrived, the broth-
er'phoned Mr. Morrison, who soon
arrived back at the scene and
admitted-responsibility for the
attack that took place outside the
residence.
The victim, who also lives in
the Macclenny area, was trans-
ferred from Fraser, Hospital to,
Shands Jacksonville that morning
for treatment of a cheek fracture
and laceration.


we will readdress it," said Commis-
sioner Mark Hartley.
The county's study done by en-
gineer Frank Darabi proposed a to-
tal $3432 base fee divvied among
road improvements, police, rescue,
fire and recreation. Many homes
would have paid more than that,
since the fee was to be based on a
1500 square foot home; larger
dwellings would have incurred $2
per additional square foot.
The school district study by Ur-
banomics of Ponte Vedra Beach
suggested a tiered approach of
$4000 for conventional homes,
$3000 for mobile homes, $2000
per multi-family unit.
No both boards are considering
a flat fee per home and a starting
total of around $3000 to divide be-
tween the two boards.
"We need to set a goal on where
we want to be in three years. Per-


haps start at $3500, then $5500 the
second year, $7500 the third," sug-
gested board Chairman Patricia
Weeks.
"But $3000 divided between the
two boards that's not even enough
for one student station," objected
board member Paul Raulerson.
The studies estimate an average
two children per home.
Rosa Wilson asked the boards
to consider waiving the levy for
current residents or charge only
new residents even if they move
into an existing home.
Neither is legal under Florida
law, she was told.
No date was set for further dis-
cussion by the boards, either indi-
vidually or together.

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BALDWIN TOWN COUNCIL


SPECIAL MEETING NOTICE


A special meeting of the Baldwin

Town Council will be held Tuesday,


July 26, 2005 at 7:00 pm for the

purpose of setting the tentative

village rate for tax year 2005.


Woman


reports rape

The sheriff's department arrest-
ed a Macclenny man the morning
of July 16 after a 19-year-old fe-
male reported to the emergency
room at Fraser Memorial Hospital
claiming he raped her.
Eddie Lee Fields, 31, later told
two deputies he and several other
males had sex with the woman
after they smoked crack at his resi-
dence near King Dr. and US 90.
The alleged victim admitted she
willingly went to Mr. Fields' resi-
dence after meeting him down-
town the previous day, and that
they smoked crack together. She
told police he attacked her when
she attempted to, leave that morn-
ing around 5:00.
The woman was transported by
a friend to the rape crisis center at
Shands Jacksonville.


Pistol and cash

reported stolen

A nephew was named as a pos-
sible suspect in the theft of a .32
caliber pistol and cash from a trail-
er near a construction site off Mud
Lake Road.
William Broughton of Jackson-
ville reported the theft on July 13,
and noted the nephew sometimes
stays at the locked trailer. Some or
all of the cash was later found
nearby, and the nephew denied
involvement.
The following day, George
Moore returned to his home off
Jerry Circle in Macclenny and
noted a broken rear window. Two
days later, he told police two hand-
guns valued at $7'00 were missing
from a closet and a bedroom.


THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS Thursday, July 21, 2005 Page Five


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 Trav's Barbershop
whose principle place of business is: 543 South
6th Street, Macclenny, FL 32063 and the extent
of the interest of each is as follows:
NAME EXTENT OF INTEREST
Phillip "Travis" Barton 100%
Travis Barton
Signature
STATE OF FLORIDA
COUNTY OF BAKER
Sworn to and subscribed before me this 13th
day of July, 2005.
Al Fraser
Clerk of Courts
Baker County, Florida
By Bonnie M. Palleschi
As Deputy Clerk
7/21p

NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to
a Writ of Execution issued in the county court of
Baker County, Florida on the 5th day of July,
2005, in the cause wherein Country Federal
Credit Union was plaintiff and Marcus Starling aka
Marcus Hodges was defendant, being Case No.
02-2005-CC-103 in said court, I, Joey B. Dobson,
as Sheriff of Baker County, Florida, have levied
upon all the right, title, and interest of the defen-
dant Marcus Starling aka Marcus Hodges in and
to the following described property, to wit:
The NE 1/4 of the NE 1/4 of SW 1/4
Section 5, Township 3 South, Range 22
East, of Baker County, Florida. Con-
taining,approximately 10 acres more
or less. Real Estate Parcel Number 05-
3S-22-0000-0000-0160.
I shall offer this property for sale, at the front
entrance of the Baker County Courthouse, 339 E.
Macclenny Avenue in Macclenny, County of Bak-
er, State of Florida, on August 23, 2005 at the
hour of 11:00 am, or as soon thereafter as possi-
ble. I will offer for sale all of the said defendant
Marcus Starling's aka Marcus Hodges,' right, title
and interest in aforesaid property at public auction
and wi I ill ire ..jamer r uC' I .' i.-.-: all prior
liens, erumCurn ri- : ,'d jaolpJ.] m -erj'-. I any, to
the highest and best bidder or bidders for cash in
hand, the proceeds to be applied as.far as may
be to the payment of costs and the satisfaction of
the above described execution.
(NOTE: In accordance with the Americans with
Disabilities Act, persons with disabilities needing
special accommodation to participate in this pro-
ceeding should contact the Baker County Sheriff's
Office at (904) 259-0245 prior to the date of the
sale.)_


Joey B. Dobson, Sheriff
Baker County, Florida
By: Pamela L; Davis
Civil Process Deputy


7/21-8/11c


SECUR-STORE MINI STORAGE
305 E. FI. Avenue
Macclenny, Floida 32063
The following unit containing such property as
furniture, household goods, etc., will be sold at
public auction on July 30, to pay back rent. Ten-
ants have up until the time of the sale to satisfy
back rent.
Unit #12 Brian or Tonya Patterson
7/21-28c
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREB, CG.'Er Iri Thdmas
Sicignano', ir, e r,.ildei j ire I oiC,-.',r.g certificate,.
has filed said ceniitcaie i.r a iai, decd to be is-
sued thereon. Tr.e n ricail nuimD err ao'3 year of
issuance, the description of the property,and the
name in which it was assessed are as follows:
Certificate Number: 00-0003
Year of issuance: 2000
Description of property: 16-1 N-19-0000-0000-
0010. THOSE CERTAIN LOTS, pieces or parcels
of land lying and being in the County -1 Baker
and the State of Florida -n.:.r- par.i;:ularl, de.
scribed as follows, to 'r 5':.,jir,"e.i l Quaf6i
(SW1/4) of Southwest Quarter (SW1/4) of North-
east Quarter (NE1/4) of Section Sixteen (16)
Township One'(1) North Range Nineteen (19)
East, containing Ten (10) acres more or less.
Name in which assessed: FRANK COLAN-
GELO.
All of said property tel. n-i Ir. C,:'runi/ of
Bar,-, .lal:e Il.:.1n.3a
Unless such certificate shall be redeemed ac-
cording to the law, the property described in such
ceriicai ...,il be sold tothe r;gniq. bt.,dder 31 the
front door of the Baker Coury, lurnoue on
September 21, 2005, at 11:00 am.
Dated this 8th day of July, 2005.
Al Fraser
Clerk of Courts'
Baker County, Florida
By Bonnie M. Palleschi
As DpJurv, Cer
7. 1 4. :

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR'
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA.
PROBATE Di VISION N
FILE NO.: 0.2-00i3CP'0034-
IN RE: ESTATE OF
ASUNCION CROW
Deceased.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the estate of Asuncion
Crow, 'deceased, FileNumber 02-2005-CP-0034,
is pending in the Probate Court, Baker County,
Florida, the address of which is 339 East Mac-
clenny Avenue, Macclenny, Florida 32063.
The names and addresses of the personal
representative and the personal representative's
attorney are set forth below.
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS are notified
that:
Ai perzionf. i:.ri whom this notice is served
who -a.-- objeciior, Ins a challenge the validity of
the will, the qualifications of the pers'.,nai repre.
tentative, venue, or jurisdiction ct In, c.-un are
required toli iie rir i ',D)e-.:on s lin lh is Court wiln-
,,n inre laier of Inree monrtrs saner ire dale or the
i.ri puCiicalion cli inis noiTie or irirry dais after
the date of service of a copy c in- notice on
them.
All creditors of the decedent and other per-
sons having claims or :demands against dece-
dent's estate including unmatured, contingent or
unliquidated claims, on whom a copy of this no-
tice is. served, within three mofiths after the date
oi ine iirsl pubtiiLcaiorn of Iis notice mrul file their
claim wllr, iri couri ,ihin Ihe laler 0i inree
monlirn aner ine O`al o01l ne firsl publication of ihrs
notice or vihrty oays ahalr ihe date ol service o 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 months after the date of the first
publication of this notice.
: ALL.CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED'WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
The date .of the first publication of this notice
is July 14, 2005..
Attorney for personal representatives:
FRANK E. MALONEY, JR., ESQUIRE
Florida Bar No.: 142990
445 East Macclenny Avenue
Macclenny, FL 32063
Telephone: (904) 259-3155
Personal Representatives:
Janis L Crow
7Ira Gainey
7/14-21c


IN I rit- lll.UInI UUUHI h-Uh
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO.: 02-2005-CC-48
SUMMATYME, LLC, as assignee of UMLIC
VP, LLC, as assignee of Goldome Credit Corpo-
ration, as assignee of Chase Manhattan Bank,
successor by merger to Chemical Bank, as
trustee for GCC Home Equity Trust 1990-1, as
assignee of Goldome Credit Corporation, as as-,
signee of Universal Builders, S.E., Inc.,
Plaintiff,
vs
MAGGIE STE WR'T UNKNOWN HEIRS .-
DEVISEES, G,:RiJTEES, ASSIGNEES, i '
LIENORS, CREDITORS, TRUSTEES, OR OTH
ER CLAIMANTS OF CARL STEWART, i1
ceased; BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA; WA-
CHOVIA BANK, N.A., f/k/a -u.jinTiuil Bar.- i .,a
SouthTrust Bank of Florida, ar j,,i r.i A i r,,ial -.n.
f/k/a Citizens Bank of Macclenny; CITIFINAN-
CIAL, INC., f/k/a Commercial Credit Corporation;
WELLS FARGO FINANCIAL FLORIDA, INC.,
f/k/a Norwest Financial Florida, Inc.; JULIA
PERKINS; JULIA HAYES a/k/a JULIA STEWART
and JOHN/JANE DOE, fictitious names repre-
senting tenants in possession,
Defendants.
AMENDED NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: MAGGIE STEWART
P.O. Box 55
Sanderson, FL 32087
and
JULIA M IaE ai, JLILA STEWART
P.O. Box 55
Sanjerioi,. FL 32087
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED ir,.l Jr, action
Ic iCrrrc,,i-z. a T ,,onqI a). arnJ, erlcrce .3 der-i owing
pursuant to a mortgage ii' it:r record ,',- De.
member 14,1989, in C01 .:,.ia Rti.:, -, ,- e ,or li ac
Page 269 of the Public Records of Baker County,
Florida, for property described as follows:
A part of Government Lot 19, Section
36, Township 2 South, Range 20 East,
Baker County, Florida, more particular-
ly described as follows: Commence at
the Southweslerly corner of said Lot
19; thence North 00 degrees 27' 17"
West, along the Westerly line of said
Government Lot 19, 330'; thence North
87 degrees 52' 7" East, 322.67't the
point of beginning: Ihence South 00
degrees 27' 17" East 25, thence North
87 degrees 52' 57" East 161.33'; thence
North 00 degrees 27' 17" West 210.43
feet; thence South 87 degrees 52' 57"
West 161.33'. thence South 00 degrees
27' 17 East, 185.43 to the point of be-
ginning. Except part in official records
volume 170 page 126.
Except part in official records volume 170,
page 126 described as follows:
A part of Government Lot 19, Section 36.
Township 2 South, Range 20 East, Baker
County, Florida and being more particularly
described as follows:
Commence at the Southwesterly cor-
ner ol said Lot 19; thence North 00 de-
gre 27 minutes 17 seconds West,
along the Westerly line of said Lot 19.
330 feet: thence North 87 degrees 52
minutes 57 seconds East, 322.67 feel:
thence North 00 degrees 27 minutes
17 seconds West 80.22 feet to the
point of beginning; thence North 87
degrees 52 minutes 57 seconds East
161.33 feet; thence North 00 degrees
27 minutes 17 seconds West 105.21
feet; thence South 87 degrees 52 min-
utes 57 seconds West 161.33 feet;
thence South 00 degrees 27 minutes
17 seconds East, 105.21 feet to the
point of beginning and being in area
0.38 acres more or less.
Together with rights of ingress, egress,
drainage and utilities, less and except any
road right of way.'
and a promissory note of even date has been fil-
ed against you. You are required to serve a copy
of your written defenses, if any, to it on Ronald B.
Cohn, Esquire of Arnstein & Lehr, LLP, whose ad-
dress is 1110 North Florida Avenue, Tampa, Flori-
da 33602, on or before the 8th day of August;
2005 and file the original with the clerk of this
court either before service on plaintiffs attorney or
immediately thereafter. Otherwise, a default will
be entered against you for the relief demanded in
the complaint.
DATED July 7,2005.
Al Fraser
Clerk of Courts
by Jamie Crews
as Deputy Clerk
Ronald B. Cohn, Esquire
1110 North Florida Avenue
Tampa, FL 33602
813-254-1400
813-254-5324 (fax)
7/14-21c


Witness my hand and seal of this court on
this 18th day of July, 2005.
Al Fraser
Clerk of Courts
by Jamie Crews
as Deputy Clerk
Frank E. Maloney, Jr., P.A.
445 East Macclenny Avenue
Macclenny, Florida 32063
(904) 259-3155
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE NO.: 02-2004-CA-0112
DEUTSCHE BANK TRUST COMPANY
AMERICAS, F/K/A BANKERS TRUST COMPA-
NY, AS TRUSTEE
Plaintiff,
vs.
MARY DOWLING, UNKNOWN TENANT I;
AMERICAN GENERAL HOME EQUITY, INC.,
and any unknown heirs, devisees, grantees, cred-
itors, and other unknown persons or unknown
spouses claiming by, through and under any of
the above-named defendants,
Defendants
AMENDED NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS hereby given that the under-
signed Clerk of the Circuit Court of Baker County,
Florida will on the 27th day of July, 2005 at 11:00
o'clock am at the East door of the Baker County
Courthouse in Macclenny, Florida, offer for sale
and sell at public outcry to the highest and best
bidder for cash, the following-described property
situate in Baker County, Florida:
Parcel 24
Part of the Northeast 1/4 of the North-
east 1/4 of Section 18, Township 1
South, Range 21 East, Baker County,
Florida, being more particularly de-
scribed as follows: For a point of refer-
ence commence at the Southwest cor-
ner of said Northeast 1/4 of the North-
east 1/4, thence run North 88 52 min-
utes, 25 seconds East along the South
line of said Northeast 1/4 of the North-
east 1/4, a distance of 979.73 feet to
the West right-of-way line of Raulerson
Road; thence run North 14s 34 minutes
37 seconds West along said West
right-of-way line, a distance of 562.83
feet to the point of curve of a curve
concaved Southwesterly, having a ra-
dius of 2619.66 feet; thence run along
and around said curve, a chord bear-
ing and distance of North 15Q 38 min-
utes, 22 seconds West, 97.10 feet to
the point of beginning; thence run
South 88' 52 minutes, 25 seconds
West, a distance of 560.52 feet; thence
run North 00 23 minutes, 33 seconds
East, a distance of 260.00 feet; thence
run North 88 52 minutes 25 seconds
.East, a distance of 466.29 feet to said
West right-of-way line and said curve;
thence run along and around said
curve, a chord bearing and distance of
-South 19' 42 minutes, 08 seconds
East, 274.19 feet to the point of begin-
ning.
pursuant to the amended final judgement entered
in a case pending in said court, the style of which
is indicated above.
WITNESS my hand and official seal of said
court this 30th day of June,.2005. .
If you are a person with a disability who
needs accommodation in order to participate in
thiS proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to.
you, for the provision of the certain assistance.
Please contact Court Administration at 339 E.
Macclenny Avenue, Macclenny, Florida 32063,
Telephone (904) 259-3121 within 2 working days
of your receipt of this document. If you are hear-
ing or voice impaired, call 1-800-955-8771.
Al Fraser
Clerk of Courts
By: Jamie Crews
As Deputy Clerk
FRANK A. REDER
Butler & Hosch, P.A.
,3185 S. Conway Rd., S'e E,
Oriando, Florida 3"29
Telephone: (407) 3. i : '
7/14-21c

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE NO.: 02-2005-CA-0112
DAVID T. YARBOROUGH and
DANA M. YARBOROUGH, his wife
Plaintiffs,
vs.
LINDA KATHLEEN THOMPSON, not known'
to t-e aad o ii;.e. and aii ul, no:,.,-, ,rariees,
cre:il:,ri an ll .:.Ir.er pahe., claiT.n,_ bf,
through, under or against them, and if dead, their
unknown spouses, heirs, devisees, grantees,
creditors, and all other parties claiming-by,
through, under or against them; and all unknown
grantees, creditors, and all other parties claiming
by, through, under or against them, and, if.dead,
or not known to be dead or alive, rle.r -, ..erai
and respective estates, unknown spouses, heirs,
Sdevisees, grantees and creditors, or other parties
clairhing r,,. Iriroujr urjier or against those un-
known n,.ur.a pers.:o.: and the several and re-
spective unknown assigns, successors in.interest,
trustees, creditors, lienors or any other party
claiming by, through, under, or against any corpo-
:alirn ', ii e.:''l. .:,r dEii:-i:.'oea :oi ln r legal entity
'-ame-.d i a el.riarii. aj all lamarna i:, persons
or parties, natural or corporate.,or whose exact le-
gal status is unknown, claiming under any of the
above named or described defendants or parties,
or claiming to have any right, title, or interest in
and to the lands hereafter described.
Defendant.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: LINDA KATHLEEN THOMPSON, not
known to be dead or alive ,
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action
to qu;ei i;ile or, ine lrie [l,;ng prc, prrv-in Baker
Cou'ry rFi.ra
Part of the Southeast 1/4 of Section 6,
Township 2 South, Range 22 East,
Baker County. Florida as described as
follows: Commence at the Northwest
corner of said Southeast 1/4: thence
North 8838 30' East on the North line
of said Southeast 1;4, 1,554.36 feet;
thence S 0'05'45' East, 490 feet;
thence South 37'32'30" West, 565.28
feet; thence South 2517'20" West,
.565.14 feet; thence South 7.038'30"
West, 40 feet to.the point of beginning
of the parcel of land herein described;
thence North 82'21'30" West, 125 feet;
thence South 058'30" East, 700 feet,
more or less to an iron pipe and con-
tinuing 150 feet, more or less, to the
waters of the South Prong of St.
Mary's River; thence Southeasterly
along the said waters of the South
Prong of the St. Marys River, 240 feet,
more or less, to a point that bears
'South 11s27'15" East from the point of
beginning; thence North 11'27'15"
SWest, 400 feet more or less to an iron
pipe and continuing 415 feet, more or
less to the point of beginning. Contain-
ing 3.5 acres, more or less. Reserving
the North 60 feet for road and utility
purposes. Subject to covenants, ease-
ments, and restriction of record.
has been filed against you and you are required
to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to
it on Frank E. Maloney, Jr., P.A., attorney, whose'
address is 445 East Macclenny Avenue, Mac-
clenny, Florida 32063; (904) 259-3155, within
thirty (30) days after the first publication of this no-
tice and on or before 18th day of August, 2005,
and to file the original with the clerk of this court
either before service on Frank E. Maloney, Jr.,
P.A., attorney or immediately thereafter; otherwise
a default will be entered against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint or petition.







THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS Thursday, July 21, 2005 Page Four


commission agrees to exception

to aflOW horse on reduced acreage
It oott k more than a half hour of a second application if they want shelter be toward the back of the


discussion July 18, but in the end
the Baker County Commission
agreed to allow one horse on a two
acre lot on James Britt Road.
Jonna Smith explained to the
board she and husband Joey want
to sell half their four acre property.
The buyer wants to keep a horse -
and Mrs. Smith indicated they also
want a horse on their remaining
two acres.
The couple will have to submit


their own horse.
Because of the'neighborhood's
characteristics, Mrs. Smith was sur-
prised to find residential rather,
than agriculture zoning on the par-
cel, although it is in one acre lots.
The designation was probably es-
tablished during a 1991 revision of
zoning codes.
The one neighbor objecting,
Dennis Collins, said he is most
concerned that the animal and its


Sleiman bids $1.5 million


for old health dept. tract


Several previous offers to buy
the old health department fell
through, so the Baker County
Commission was skeptical when
County Manager Jason Griffis last
month asked to put a million dollar
minimum in the latest bid adver-
tisement.
But Mr. Griffis' confidence turn-
ed out to be justified July 18 as he
unveiled the sole bid from Sleiman
Enterprises: $1.5 million. Manager
Griffis said Tony Sleiman, who re-
cently purchases the Jacksonville
Landing, expects to put a Wal-
green's Drug Store on the south
Macclenny parcel on the northeast
corer of Lowder and Sixth St.
The sale is far from a sure thing.
Two previous drug store proposals
have failed: a Rite-Aid plan and
with a different developer for a
Walgreen's. Mr. Sleiman has 120


Bruce Nixon

(from page one)
Mr. Nixon was arrested two
years ago for sexual assault and
criminal mischief.
A childhood acquaintance de-
scribed him as "weird," but not the
t\ pe \\ho would kill.
His stepmother, Stephanie Nix-
on of lacclenn\y, said he \\is a
good child, but had the same prob-
lems as other teenagers.
"We're very surprised that he
had any involvement in something
like this," she said Tuesday. "He
would be the first one to help any-
one out. When we went to the
store, he vkould help elderly\ people
whowere having trouble.
"It breaks my heart; the whole
tamil) is devastated."
SMr. Wade's family could not be
reached for comment.
Ms. Nixon disputed television
reports that her stepson had been
turned out of the NMaccJenny Ave-
nue home %%here she: and his fa-
ther, Bruce Nixon Sr., live.
The younger Mr. Nixon.had
been living there, but moved in
with friends on Jerry Circle in
Nlacclenn\, who apparently spoke
with television reporters.
"Them sa ing that his familN
doesn't care for him, doesn't love\
him, that's just not true," Ms. Nix-
on said.
His mother, \vho lies in Tarm-
pa, has spoken to him at the Duval
County jail, but his family in Mac-'
clennY is setting up a phone ac-
count at tthe jail so the\ can speak
with 'him regular), according to
Ms. Nixon.


days to close the deal with the
county.
In a second property sale, the
$60,000 offer from Leonard Lew-
is' People Reaching Out Inc. beat
Videll and Marva Williams'
'$54,600 bid for the Sanderson
Center formerly housing Head
Start..Mr. Lewis has been using
the. center for youth outreach pro-
grams.
In other business, an agreement
firmed up the pact to realign and
widen William Barber and E.M.
Spence roads. The project will cre-
ate an exit point to CR 228 for the
new Wal-Mart Superstore just
north of Interstate 10.
The plan required by the Flori-
da Department of Transportation
was announced in early March.
However, originally only two fam-
ilies were thought to be involved -
Joe and Evelyn Barber, Floyd and
Britta Hobbs. Later, it was found
C. Edward Barber Jr., Cherry Bar-
ber, Stacy and Ginger Barber also
had to-agree to the road changes.
No date has been announced for
groundbreaking on the Wal-Mart
store. However, it is unlikely to
open before the first of the year.


959 W. MacclennyAve.,
Macclenny

259-2054


The commission agreed, and in-
cluded the restriction that at least
one acre be reserved for the horse
- meaning no part of the residence
can encroach.
The special exception regula-
tion requires fencing to keep the
animal at least five feet from the
lot line, and the shelter must be 50
feet from a neighbor's-property.
Mr. Collins also expressed con-
cern for road conditions. "If they
have friends over to ride also, I
don't want four stables at my front
door if other people seek special
exceptions."
A second proposed land use
change also came in for consider-
able discussion, but was tabled for
revision.
Dean Woehrle of the St. Mary's
River Management Committee
presented the draft ordinance June
20, deeming it a "septic tank over-
lay" that calls for at least 150 feet
lot width, two acres minimum, and
4 100 foot septic tank setback for
lots adjacent to the riverbank.
Although Mr. Woehrle said ex-
isting lots will be grandfathered, it
was not in the draft ordinance. The
clause will be added to the docu-
ment before it is advertised for
public hearing.
Two other land use issues sailed
through public hearings with little
comment:
Rezoning of 11.2 acres to
commercial for First Coast Land
and Timber, which plans the 229.3
acre Osceola Plantation subdivi-
sion .i the Interstate 10 and US 90
intersection in Sanderson.
The Florida Department of
Community Affairs required the
commercial parcel for stores and
similar use to support the proposed
18 five acre ranchettes and 150
one acre home lots.
The Knoll Estate Subdivision
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2004 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report

Macclenny II Subdivision
This report will be mailed to customers only upon request and is also available at City Waste Water
Treatment Plant and on the City's website at www.cityofmacclenny.com

We're pleased to present to you this year's Annual Quality Water Report. This report is designed to inform you about the quality of
water and services we deliver to you every day. Our constant goal is to provide you with a safe and dependable supply of drinking
water. We want you to understand the efforts we make to continually improve the water treatment process and protect our water
resources. We are committed to ensuring the quality of your water. Our water source is ground water from two wells. The wells draw
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The Department of Environmental Protection has performed a Source Water Assessment on our system and search of the data
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This report shows our water quality results and what they mean.

If you have any questions about this report or concerning your water utility, please contact Richard Harris or Walter Sloan at 904-
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Macclenny II Water Treatment Facility routinely monitors for contaminants in your drinking water according to Federal and State laws,
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Maximum Contaminant Level or MCL The highest level of a contaminant that is allowed in drinking water. MCLs are set as close to
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Maximum Contaminant Level Goal or MCLG The level of a contaminant in drinking water below which there is no known or expect-
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Maximum "esirJual disinfectant level goal or MRDLG The level of a drinking water disinfectant below which there is no known or
expected risk to health. MRDLGs do not reflect the benefits of the use of disinfectants to control microbial contaminants.

"ND" means not detected and indicates that the substance was not found by laboratory analysis.

Parts per million (ppm) or Milligrams per liter (mg/I) one part by weight of analyte to 1 million parts by weight of the water sample,

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Picocurie per liter (pCi/L) measure of the radioactivity in water,

Contaminant and Unit of Dates of sampling MCLViolation Level Range of Likely Source of
Measurement (mo./yr.) Y/N Detected Results Contamination
Radiological Contaminants

Alpha t,,,rr..i, .C; Li 5/03 N <1.6+/- 1.0 0-1.6 0 15 Erosion of natural deposits.
Contaminant and Unit of Dates of sampling MCLViolation Level Range of MCLG MCL Likely Source of
Measurement (mo./yr.) Y/N Detected Results Contamination
Inorganic Contaminants
,, D;hii. e pol dr-dllin.Arts
D ; a:,' ]- ,i,( r ,J l a.ui 'j l -'I r.: llr
Corrosion of galvanized pipes;
erosion of natural deposits;.
Cadmium (ppb) 5/03 N 1.8 ,0-0.0018 5.0 5.0 discharge from metal refineries;
runoff from waste batteries &
paints.
EtosiO n i dul dllal deposals,
water additive which promotes
r.3 N i i 0.0 3 4 Ji nn h. d h fi..nj
f'd'lnljl d J u Jiflu ffl IJhirni
Saltwater intrusion,
Sodium (ppm) 5/03 N 7.80 0-.780 N/A 160 leaching from soil

TTHNIs and Stage 1 Disinfectant/Disinfection By-Product (D/DBP) Parameters
Contaminant and Unit Dates of MCL Level Range of MCLG or MCLor Likely Source of
of Measurement sampling Violation Detected results MRDLG MRDL Contamination
(mo./yr.) Y/N
Chlorine (ppm) 01/04- N 0.77 0.35 to 1.35 MRDLG=4 MRDL= 4.0 -Water additive used to
12/04 control microbes
H ..... 10/04 N 13.8' 0 to 13.8 NA MCL=60 By-product of drinking
(tI 'I L.-%':ippPb) water disinfection
80.TTHM (Total 10/04 N 25.56 0 to NA MCL=80 By-product of drinking
trihalomethanes) (ppb). 25.56 water disinfection .
Conlaminann and Lnil Uaies of L 90ih No. of sampling AL Likelj Source of
of Mlea~urnemrnt sampling Violation percentil sitesl tcerdrng MCLG IAclion Contaminarion
im ...,r. 'i N result Ihe AL Le el)
Lead and Cop oer (Tap Water)
Corrosion of household plumbing
Lead (tap water) .12/02 N 0.00 0 0 .15 systems, erosion of natural
(ppm) deposits
Corrosion of household plumbing
84. Copper (tap water) 12 2I.1 1 N 0.36 0 1.3 1.3 systems, erosion of natural
(ppm) deposits; leaching from
wood preservatives

The sources of drinking water (both tap water and bottled water) include rivers, lakes, streams, ponds, reservoirs, springs, and wells. As
water travels over the surface of the land or through the ground, it dissolves naturally occurring minerals and, in some cases, radioactive
material, and can pick up substances resulting from the presence of animals or from human activity.

Contaminants that may be present in source water include:

(A) Microbial contaminants, such as viruses and bacteria, which may come from sewage.treatment plants, septic systems, agricultural
livestock operations, and wildlife.'
(B) Inorganic contarhinants, such as salts and metals, which can be naturally-occurring or result from urban stormwater runoff, industrial
or domestic wastewater discharges, oil and gas production, mining, or farming.
(C) Pesticides ard herbicides, which may come from a variety of sources such as agriculture, urban stormwater runoff, and residential
uses.
(D) Organic chemical contaminants, including synthetic and volatile organic chemicals, which are by-products of industrial processes and
petroleum production, and can also come from gas stations, urban stormwater runoff, and septic systems.
(E) Radioactive contaminants, which can be naturally-occurring or be the result of oil and gas production and mining activities.






THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS Thursday, July 21, 2005 Page Six


Heavy rains caused flash flooding...
Late afternoon showers caused a few trouble spots around Baker County last week, includ-
ing this section of Steel Bridge Road near the St. Marys River A pickup plows through sev-
eral feet of standing water, the result of a downpower the evening of July 13 of 3-4 inches
in most areas of central Baker County. Two nights later it was much the same, except for
heavy doses of lightning in the Macclenny-Glen zones, and north Baker County was deluged
on Sunday night. County road crews were busy the following morning patching up several
washouts.


Fleeing man's license

revoked for five years
James D. Wynne, 29, of Mac- He abruptly stopped in front of
clenny surrendered to a county a residence shortly after turning
deputy shortly after fleeing on foot onto Michigan, and fled on foot
from his pickup truck on Michigan into a wooded area where the offi-
Ave. near South Sixth just after cer confronted him. He was on his
midnight on July 13. knees with his hands above his
Mr. Wynne told Deputy Garrett head, and several times begged
Bennett he was aware his driver's deputies not to arrest him.
license is suspended, but was at A computer check revealed Mr.
the wheel of his 1996 Nissan look- Wynne's license had been revoked
ing for his wife, who he believed for five years for DUI following
to be out smoking crack cocaine. an earlier suspension and convic-
Deputies began chasing the sus- tion for failing to appear in court.
pect after he was spotted driving He was booked at county jail on
recklesslI on Seventh St. He went multiple charges, including fleeing
west on McIverthen south on police, driving with suspended
Sixth with Depuit Benneit in pur- license, reckless driving and resist-
suit. ingT arrest.
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Olustee man is arrested

for bank, other robberies


Baker County Sheriff's investi-
gators arrested an Olustee man
suspected of several robberies
across north central Florida.
Ken Wilcox, 31, was at his girl-
friend's' house in Sanderson July
12 when police arrived about 5:00
pm.
Chief Chuck Brannan and in-
vestigators Mike Combs and Ger-
ald Ray Rhoden had set up surveil-
lance of the house on California
Court, off Five Churches Road, af-
ter Bradford County officials is-
sued a warrant for Mr. Wilcox's
arrest.
A witness to a bank robbery in
Starke got the individual elements
of the tag number from the get-
away car, although they were
mixed up, according to Chief
Brannan. Police, however, were
able to work with the numbers to
match the tag to the car, which is
registered to Mr. Wilcox's girl-
friend, Tara Evans.
Ms. Evans told investigators
she let Mr. Wilcox use her car, but
didn't know he was using it to
commit robberies.
She was on the porch and he
was in the house when the officers
arrived and-asked for him, Chief


Brannan said.
When she told Mr. Wilcox po-
lice were there, he replied, "How
many? Where are they?"
Chief Brannan described Mr.
Wilcox, who is 6'3" and 240
pounds, as a "pretty bad charac-
ter."
In addition to the Stark bank, he
is suspected in a jewelry store rob-
bery in Lake City, two bank rob-
beries in Alachua County and two
unidentified robberies in Suwan-
nee County, according to a police
report. They all took place in late
'June, early July.
A still photograph taken from a
bank surveillance video shows Mr.
Wilcox during the robbery.
Chief Brannan said Mr. Wilcox
had been released from prison in
November.
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am at NEFSH in Building 1. This.
is an organizational meeting and
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provision of services by the Com-
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Two homes being renovated
with State Housing Improvements
Program grants will go over the
$25,000 cap. However, the Baker
County Commission sent a third
back for rebid.
The first action came July 18 as
Jeff Winter from grant firm Jordan
and Associates of Orange Park
presented bids for seven homes.
Mr. Winter noted an overage of
$701 on one home, $3820 on the
second. Weatherization grant funds
will be used on some of the homes.
The third home bid last year at.
$68,200 as a concrete block new
construction replacement is
$15,000 over that category's cap.
Extra money last year was to come
from the Community Develop-
ment Block Grant, but the 2004-05
fund was depleted before the home.
could be built. The commission
has since decided to build only
frame and'vinyl siding homes.
Commissioners were shocked
to learn the structure, to house two
handicapped women and the teen-
age sons of one of them, is only a
three bedroom, two bath structure
of approximately 1000 square feet.
In other grant data, Mr. Winter
said he-u ill-not know until at ciiat.
July 22 if Baker Counti will get a
$750.000 CDBG neighborhood re-
vitalization grant to pave roads. He
has been told only 20 of 45 appli-
cations have been approved.
whereas 10-12 of fifteen housing
rehabilitation applications are
funded.
If the revitalization grant does.
not get funded, Mr. Winter said he
will recommend returning to home
repairs next time.
The Florida Recreation Devel-
opment Assistance Program'grant
has been approved at $200,000
wiith no local match. The money
will will be used to build a sports
complex on LiS 90 west of Glen
St. Mar\ with softball fields, play-
ground equipment,,a picnic area
and restrooms.
Although the CDBG pa% ing
grant may not be approved, the
commission still plans some new
construction paving with a $2 mil-
lion loan for which the documents

$85K loader

is taken from

site off SR 228
V valuable construction equip-
ment, including an $85.000 front
end loader, were reported taken
from private property during the
past \w o weeks.
The loader belonging to Baker
,Construction of Jacksonville, had
been parked off SR 228 near,
Interstate 10 on July 13 and was
gone the next morning. Company
employ ee Merrill Lauramore of:
'Glen St. Mary told police he saw
the:vehicle parked the previous
e% ening.
Two days earlier, an estimated
$2800 in construction equipment
was reported taken from a storage
yard on US 90 east belonging to
Canaday Construction :of Mac-
-clenny. One of the items, an elec-.
tric grease gun, as later returned.
Several past employees were
named as suspects.
S Michael Thomas of St. George.
:Ga. told police drywall equipment
stored in the back of his 1995
Chevrolet truck went missing ov-
inemight on July 13.
The truck was parked outside
Fraser Hospi t..o at ,,.
vious night, r
tape of that area turned up nothing
suspicious. The equipment is \al-
ued at over $ 1700.


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Fraud, identity thefts


Sewer line break results in sink hole...
City maintenance chief Red Mette (right) looks on as Lee Harris andAlvin Clayton prepare
the splice of a broken six inch sewer line at the intersection ofStansel and SR 121 North the
afternoon of July 19. A break in the line resulted in an eroding road base and a four-foot
wide hole that caught one of the front tires of the Macclenny garbage truck before dawn that
morning. No one was hurt and the truck was pulled' out with city equipment. It took crews
most of the day to patch the break on the feeder line just north of the main east-west main.



County exceeds cap on


two grant rehab homes


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were signed July 18 with Mercan-
tile Bank.
The loan will carry an initial
3.85% interest rate, reviewable af-
ter three years. Quarterly pay-
ments will be $56,138 from local
option gas tax revenues.
Also approved was a $3 per
criminal ticket fine for Teen Court
expenses. The fines are expected
to bring about $20,000 annually
for a program that diverts youthful
offenders to trial and sentencing
by their peers, and also visits to in-
mates so they can see what will
happen if they continue breaking
the law.
Steven Jones was told his re-
quest for a donation to Emmanuel.
Homeless and Outreach Ministry
Inc. will be considered during bud-
get workshops starting next month. .
The board accepted a recom-
mendation from insurance consul-
tant Tim Owen to switch health
and dental coverage to Humana,
life insurance to Met Life.


Several cases of identity fraud
and larceny were recently reported
to the sheriff's department, includ-
ing one involving a Jacksonville
man whose debit card and PIN
number were used to run up hun-
dreds of dollars in charges.
Justin Farmer, who works at the
Publix warehouse in the westside,
reported the theft July 13, and said
the bogus charges began showing
up on his statement June 11.
Many of 20 transactions were at
retail locations in Macclenny, Glen
St. Mary and Sanderson. Others
were in Baldwin and Jacksonville.
In other cases, a criminal com-
plaint was filed by Country Fed-
eral Credit Union against Anthony
R. Catenzariti for cashing three
bogus checks for $1300 each on
June 9.
According to credit union repre-
sentative Mark Crews, the checks
were written on Mr. Catenzariti's
company, US Mrtgage Assis-
tance, on an account that was orig-
inally opened at the' former CNB
National Bank (now Mercantile).
The suspect has a Sanderson
address, and Mr. Crews said sever-
al past attempts to collect the
amount have been unsuccessful.
Gloriya D'Ane of Macclenny
filed a criminal complaint July 13
alleging someone used her credit


Pot possession

Two young Lake City men were
charged with possession of mari-
juana and paraphernalia after a
county deputy found them parked
in a vehicle at the Ocean Pond
boat ramp near Olustee.
Deputy James Stalnaker said he
spotted the Mitsubishi hatchback
about midnight July 16 while on
routine patrol and noted the strong
odor of marijuana smoke when he
questioned the occupants.
The officer sjid Frederick Or-
'ton, 19, and David Richter, 18; had
a small amount-of pot, a smoking
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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS


City of Macclenny


2004 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report
This report will be mailed to customers only upon request and is also available at City Waste Water
Treatment Plant and on the City's website at www.cityofmacclenny.com

We're pleased to present to you this year's Annual Quality Water Report. This report is designed to inform you about the quality of
water and services we deliver to you every day. Our constant goal is to provide you with a safe and dependable supply of drinking
water. We want you to understand the efforts we make to continually improve the water treatment process and protect our water
resources. We are committed to ensuring the quality of your water. Our water source is ground water from two wells. The wells draw
from the Floridan Aquifer. Our water is obtained from ground water sources and is aerated and chlorinated for disinfection purposes.

The Department of Environmental Protection has performed a Source Water Assessment on our system and search of the data
sources indicated no potential sources of contamination near our wells. The assessment results are available on the DEP Source
Water Assessment and Protection Program website at www.dep.state.us/swapp.

This report shows our water quality results and what they mean.

If you have any questions about this report or concerning your water utility, please contact Richard Harris or Walter Sloan at 904-
259-4491. We encourage our valued customers to be informed about their water utility. If you want to learn more, please attend any
of our regularly scheduled meetings. They are held on the second Tuesday of each month at City Hall at 7 pm.

The City of Macclenny routinely monitors for contaminants in your drinking water according to Federal and State laws, rules and reg-
ulations. Except where indicated otherwise, this report is based on the results of our monitoring for the period of January 1 to
December 31,2004. Data obtained before January 1, 2004, and presented in this report are from the most recent testing done in
accordance with the laws, rules and regulations.

In the table below, you may find unfamiliar terms and abbreviations. To help you better understand these terms we've provided the
following definitions:

Maximum Contaminant Level or MCL The highest level of-a contaminant that is allowed in drinking water. MCLs are set as close to
the MCLGs as feasible using the best available treatment technology.

Maximum Contaminant Level Goal or MCLG The level of a contaminant in drinking water below which there is no known or expect-
ed risk to health. MCLGs allow for a margin of safety.

Maximum residual disinfectant level or MRDL The highest level of a disinfectant allowed in drinking water. There is convincing evi-
-dence that addition of a disinfectant is necessary for control of microbial contaminants.

Ma.imumrr residual disinfectant level goal or MRDLG The level of a drinking water disinfectant below which there is no known or
e'pec led ri;. t to health MRDLGs do not reflect the benefits of the use of disinfectants.to control microbial corntaminranits

"ND" means not detected and indicates that the substance was not found by laboratory rinaiysisi

Parts per million (ppm) or Milligrams per liter (mg/I) one part by weight of analyte to 1 nmillicn parts by weight of the water sample.

Parts per billion (ppb) or Micrograms per liter (mg/I) one part by weight of analyte to 1 billion partsby weight of the water sample

NON-SECONDARY CONTAMINANTS TABLE

Contaminant and Unit of Dates of sampling MCL Violation Ledel Range of CLG CL Likel uurce of
Mltauremeni I mo..')r., / 'N Detected Resulis Contamination
Inorganic Contaminants
E .:,i'i ti njiuril du[pi!Y.
djl:i jd .ll '.,: lih p.itn..im,
Flu,.,'J. Ip m iT l 4 Ii1 I.I N4 N4 ) 4 1hi .| ,:, 1:lh di;ihjf1r lr,;,i ,
li., I i7cr jn.j j T I I uT I ili 1cs

TTHNIs and Stage 1 Disinfectant/Disinfection By-Product (D/DBP) Parameters
Cuntaminant and Unit Datrs of MCL Leel Range.of MCLG or 1CLor LiLelt Source of
of Measurement sampling Violation Detected results MRDLG MRDL Contamination
.(mo./yr.) Y/N
Chlori:ic pp[r ) 'l l. N UJ." .1 t I 1 3 M3 RDLRDLG4 IRDL = 41) Wal Ii .addilIn u-cd
12/04 control microbes
Hji.,_,',-c i'cd-, 1i1.14 N 11 1.11: 11 t NA MNICL=6Ui By-prduct of drinking
iF, c IH % .i ippfi % I6 fi ]lc ci.:1i
TT1HMl Totall lu ,U4 N 174- U K, NA MCL=b0 B\vproduci of drinking
trihalomethanes) (ppb) 17.4 c.. a i d,,ril ,:,n

Cuntaminanl and Lnit Dales of AL 90th No. of sampling AL Likelh Source of
of Measurement sampling Violation percentile sites'exceeding MCLG (Action Contamination
(mo./yr.) .Y/N result the AL Level)
Lead and Cop er (Tap Water)
Corrosion of household plumbing
Lead (tap water) 02/02 N 0.00 0 0 15 systems, erosion of natural
,) deposits
-: ,ri :,':in .'I hi- ; h d pilu mla ng
C,..-pp-i iip .-.q i ri 02/02 N 0.42 0 1.3 1.3 systems, erosion of natural
(ppm) deposits; leaching from
,, ,o ', o d p '-cr, ill;'.c "

The sources of drinning water (both tap water and bottled water include rivers, lakes, streams, ponds, reservoirs, springs, and wells. As
'tater travel: over the surface of the land or through the ground, it dissolves naturally ccurring minerals and. in sonie cases, radioactive
nilerial, and :,an p:ic up substances resulting from Ihe presence o1 animals or tro r human activity

Cornia inarits that may be present in source water include: .

'A) Microbial contaminants, such as viruses and bacteria, which may, come from sewage treatment plants, septic systems. agricultural
IvestOck operations, and wildlife.
(B) Inorganic contaminants, such as salts and metals, which can be naturally-occurring or resultfrom urban stormwater runoff. Industrial
or domestic wastewater discharges, oil. and gas production, mining, or farming.
(C) Pesticides and herbicides, which may come from a variety of sources such as agriculture, urban stormwater runoff, and residential
uses,
S(D) Organic chemical contaminants, including synthetic and volatile organic chemicals, which are by-products of industrial processes and
petroleum production, and can also come from gas stations, urban stormwater runoff, and septic systems. ,. .
(E) Radioactive contaminants, which can be naturally-occurring or be the result of oil and gas production and mining activities.

In order to ensure that tap water is safe to drink, the EPA prescribes regulations which limit the amount of-certain contaminants in water
provided by public water systems. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulations establish limits for contaminants in bottled water
which must provide the same protection for public health.

Drinking water, including bottled water, may reasonably be expected to contain at least-small amounts of some contaminants. The pres-
ence Of contaminants does not necessarily indicate that the water poses a health risk. More information about contaminants and potential
health effects can be obtained by calling the Environmental Protection Agency's Safe Drinking Water Hotline at 1-800-426-4791.

Some people may be more vulnerable to contaminants in drinking water than the general population. Immuno-compromised persons such
as persons with cancer undergoing chemotherapy, persons who have undergone organ transplants, people with HIV/AIDS or other
immune system disorders, some elderly, and infants can be particularly at. risk from infections. These people should seek advice about ,
drinking water from their health care providers. EPA/CDC guidelines on appropriate means to lessen the risk of infection by cryptosporidi-


um and other microbiological contaminants are available from the Safe Drinking Water Hotline (800-426-4791).

We at City of Macclenny would like you to understand the efforts we make to continually improve the water treatment process and protect
our water resources. We are committed to insuring the quality of your water. If you have any questions or concerns about the information
provided, please feel free to call any of the numbers listed,
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OBITUARIES


Daniel Collins,

nephew of local
Daniel Christopher Collins, 43,
died July 9, 2005. Mr. Collins was
a native and lifelong resident of
Jacksonville, a.1979 graduate of
Andrew Jackson High School, and
a member of the North Jackson-
ville.Baptist Church. He very
much enjo ed baking cakes and
earned the name "The Cake Man."
S He was predeceased by father
.- Alvin T. Collins Jr. Survivors in-
.clude mother Patricia A. Dowling
SCollins; sisters Vicky Reid (John),
Paula Sing (Donnie), Pamela Price
and Susan Crews (Troy); nieces
and nephews Laurie Thomas, Ad-
am Reid, Whitney and Joey Piragi-
ne, Christopher and Kathryn Price,
Ashley and T.J. Crews Jr.; aunt
Catherine Collins Grant of Taylor.
A service was held July 13 at
his church with Revs. Buddy Fran-,
cis and David Collins Sr.. officiat-
ing. Interment \\as in Etergreen
Cemetery. George H. Hewtell and:
Son Northside Funeral Home of
Jacksonville \~as in charge of ar-
rangements.













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Mrs. Dorman,

veteran teacher
Madalaine W. Dorman, 92, of
Macclenny died Monday, July 18,
2005 at her home following an
extended illness. She was a 37-






Decekmb er2,
year teacher in
the public
school system
and an avid
gardener.
s rn s. Dor-
mwan \\as born
December 2,
1912 in Tren-
Sne ton. Fla. and
7- Mae \\s d, prece ded in
death by parents
Ses r Dr. Lester R.a
Mrs. Dorman and. Anne C.
,Weeks, along it h two brothers,
Howell Tucker Weeks and L.R.
Weeks. Her husband, N.B. Dorman



Jackson% ille: Arandchildren .Alan
(Gwenl Dorman. Andre\% Dor-
man. Anne Dorman, Sarah (Joe)
Masters Krauss. Grace (Fausta)
MNasters Rodriguez, and great-
granddaughter Brooke Krauss.
Mrs. Dornan's elementary
school career took her to Polk.
Madison and Alachua counties, in
addition to Baker Counts. \~here
she \\as taught at Macclenn\ El-
ementary until she retired.
She \\ss a longtime member of
the First Baptist Church of Mac-
clenn\, where she directed the
cnoir and played piano piano.
Her funeral sert ice arrange-
ments are pending. The familI
requests that in lieu of flowers.
donations be made to the First
Baptist Church of Nacclenn\ or a
fa\ orite charity .
Guerrn Funeral Home of Mac-
clenn\ (259-2211) is in charge of
arrangements.




Sunday School 9:00 am
Sunday Service 10:00 am


Joseph Holland

dies at age 71
Joseph Harrison Holland Jr., 71,
died July 6, 2005 at Memorial
Hospital, Jacksonville. He was
born on April 27, 1934 in Live
Oak. Mr. Hol-
land was a
member of
Emmanuel
Church of
God in Christ,
and retired
from Gilman
Paper Com-
Mr. Holland pany after 20
years.of service.-,.
He was predeceased by parents
Joseph Holland Sr. and Rosa Lee
Williams Holland. Survivors in-.
clude wife Evelyn Holland of
Monticello, N.Y.; sons Robert
(Mae). Joseph III and Gregory of
Monticello, Kenneth of Middleton,
N.Y., Michael (Pearl) of Lockshel-
drake, N.Y; daughters Joann Har-
gress (Wayne) of N.C., Joyce Hol-
land of Macclenni, Sandra Daugh-
tr\ of Liberty, N.Y.: granddaughter
Heniel Jackson of Nlacclennv:
brother-in-law Eddie Murras; 11
grandchildren and one great grand-
son.
A service was held Jul\ 11 at
his church %\ ith Elder Joe N. Ruise
officiating. Interment was at Mt.
Herman Cemeter\ in Macclenny.
Pallbearers were Dontrell Wright.
Terrance Thomas. Deacon Willie
Johnson. Minister Ste\en Jones,
Cornelius Ruise and Deacon Fost-
er Bristol. Cooper Funeral Home
of Lake Cit) %as in charge of ar-
rangements.

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Sunday Youth: 6:00 pm
Wednesday Dinner: 5:45 pm
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Sunday School 10:00 A.M. Sunday\ E\ ening Worship 6:.00 P.M.
Sunday Morning Worship 11:0 A.M. Wed. Eve.,W\'rship 7:30 P.IM.
Pastor Rev. Shannon Conner
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Nettle Mauldin,

county native
Nettie Louise Mauldin, 89, died
July 14, 2005 in Jacksonville. She
was born in Baker County and liv-
ed in Jacksonville for the past 70
years. She was a long time mem-
ber of Lake Shore United Metho-
dist Church, worked for Swisher.,
Cigar Company for many years,
and was a volunteer voting poll
worker.
Mrs. Mauldin was predeceased
by her husband of 27 years, James
C: Mauldin in 1994 and daughter
Jaquline McClure. Survivors in-
clude daughters Margaret Young
(Don) and.Faye Franks; grandchil-
dren TonN. Keith (Cindy), Donna
(Dale), Steven (Cammy) and Lar-
ry; great grandchildren Lindsi, Kev-
in, Travis, Steven Jr. and Hannah.
A funeral service was held on
July 16, at Jackson% ille Memory.
Gardens Funeral Home with Rev.
Tom Fuller, officiating. In lieu of
flowers, kindly make donations in
Mrs. Mauldin's memory to the Alz-
heimer's Association of NE Flori-
da. 2123 Mango Place. Jackson-
S ille. FL 322(7
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Elura Raulerson

dies on July 12th
Elura Raulerson, 7,. of Mac-
clenn\ died Jul\ 12, 2005 at Mac-
clenny Nursing and Rehab Center
follow ing an extended illness. She
was a native of Tift Count. Ga.,
and resided in Macclenni for the:
past rtwo ears. Prior to living here,
she resided in St. George. Ga.. fori
20 ears. She w\as a member of
Nloniac Baptist Church.
She vwas predeceased by hus-
band Daniel Rayburn Raulerson:
grandsons D\ ayne Allen Gibson.
Dann\ H. Gibson and \\ayne
Rowe Sur\ ivors include daughter
Barbara Gibson of Macclenn\; son
Bill Herring (Ma\) of O'Brien,
Fla.; sister Lu elia Cantrell of
publin, Ga.; grandchildren Charles
E. Herring, Vickie Motley (Jim),
Bobb\ R. Herring (Grace), Darren
R. Gibson ,Linda). Da\id L. Gib-
son and Dana G. Rowe; 17 great
grandchildren
A funeral ser ice was held July
15 at her church with, Re\. Tim
Colvin officiating. Interment fol-
lowed at Canaday .Cemetery in
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Morning Worship Service 10:30 am
Children's Church 11:30 am'
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Katherine Sands

dies July 13th
Katherine Johns Sands, 71, of
Macclenny died July 13, 2005 at
Earl B. Hadlow Community Hos-
pice Center in Jacksonville after an
extended illness. She was a life-
long resident of Baker County and
attended the Church of God.
She was predeceased by parents
George and Ruby Ruth Gainey
Johns; brother'Tommy. Johns; sis-
ter Mattie Mae Crews. Survivors
include sons Ellis Marvin "Bud-
dy" Franks III of Macclenny, Ste-
phen William Sands of Taylor,
Thurman K. Sands. Jr. and John
Plaisance of New Orleans, La.;
sisters Ann Johns Berry of Max-
ville and Jan Copeland of Mac-
clenny; brother Colson Johns of
Macclenny; 14 grandchildren and
eight great grandchildren.
A graveside funeral was held
July 15 at North Prong Cemeter)
with Rev. Albert Starling officiat-
ing. Guerry Funeral Home of
Macclenny was in charge of ar-
rangements.

Marsha Stephels,

buried Thursday
Marsha Ann Stephens died of
cancer July 17, 2005. She w us born
on June 21, 1954.
She was predeceased b, mother
. Cornelia Ann Martin Stephens:
grandparents James Bishop and
Helen H. Stephens. James and Er-
ma Hopkins of Lynchburg. Va.
Survivors include father Shelby
Bryd Stephens: sisters Linda Ma-
rie Gani of Glen St. Mary. Debra
Jean Stephens and John Ha\ner of
Jacksonville. Helen Elizabeth Ho\-
ard (Larrm) of Eufaula, Ala.: broth-
ers James Ed\ward Stephens (.Alice)
of Jacksonville, John David Ste-
phens (Lazara) of Colorado Springs,
Colo., Robert Amor\ Stephens
(Karen) of Glen St. MNary.
A graveside service was held
July 21 at Oak Grove Cemetery in
Macclenn\. The family\ received
guests on Jul\ 20 from 6-8 pm at
Guerr\ Funeral Home of Macclen-
ny


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Don't go it alone
The Baker County
Cancer Support Group
First Tuesday of month 7:00 pm
Baker County Health Department


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Marca Nicole Lancaster
recently received a
Bachelor of Business
Administration degree
from Eugene W. Stetson
School of Business and
Economics at Mercer
University in Macon, Ga.
While at Mercer, Marca was an
active member of Delta Sigma Pi
serving as \ice president of activi-
ties. She was also active in the
school sponsored televised pro-
gram, the Mercer Sports Show. She
has been employed at Landstar
Logistics, Inc. of Jacksonville, Fla.
since her graduation and has
recently accepted a position %with
the Baker County School Board.
Mlarca is a graduate of the class
of 2oo0 at Baker County High
School. She is the daughter of Mark
and Nikkie lancaster of Glen St.
Mary, Fla.


In Loving Memory
of
Thomas L. (Tom)
Taylor
7/17/1944 7/24/2004
It has been one year since God
called you to take your final iourner .ro
be withl Him To walk on those 'Streets
of Gold' that you alivays Iraed to si-n
about. Living in the 'Mansiqn Over the
Hilltop,' most of allyou being 'Faceito
Face' ith Jesus and 'StrollingAll
Over Heaven' together It has been so
hard without y'ou here, biut true friends
and the best family anyone could hat'e.
have always been here for us I hen
things are the hardest for us, we can
look back and see only ohie set of oboi -
prints because Good pst picks us up and
carries us. You will always live in our
hearts forever Ie love ton so much ,
.and we are looking t1nrard to seeing
you again 'On Heaven' Bright Shore '
Even though yoit are nothere with uts,
:your swiniess for God is still ten much
alive. Our love now and forever ,
YOUR LO\ LNG \IFE I. LIZ
CHILDREN .ND GRANDI2CkrILlLREN

Special gathering
There \vill be a family and
friends day on July 24 at 4:00 pm,
sponsored by Crusaders for Christ
Inc.. in Sanderson. The church will
celebrate family and friends with
fellowship. Guest speaker will be
'Pastor Lorinzo "Micky" Gi\ens.


"Old People' are the same

inside as 25- 30 year olds


There is something almost im-
possible for us to understand when
we are younger. Our bodies are
strong and full of energy. We can
spend all-nighters studying or par-
tying, put in a full day of physical
labor, jump in the shower, grab a
bite to eat and be out the door in
10 minutes.
Our lives, are before us and
there are endless possibilities. We
can choose a path and if it isn't the
one we want, we can start down an-
other. If we need more income, we
change jobs or take on an addition-
al part-time position. Our reality is
so full of life: \\e have no frame bf.
reference from which to under-
stand "'old people.",
"Old people" are the same iri-
side as they were at 25 or 30. The
internal essence of who we are
doesn't change, but external reality
does, and understanding that will,
help old and young alike.
"Young people" are apt to lose
patience with "old people." They'
see 'old people" as slow: slow
movers, slow decision makers.
slow drivers, slow\ eaters, and slow
thinkers. The \ rant to get in and
get out. They get irritated hearing
the same stories o\er and over
again. The. don't understand \\h\
"old people" can't just "gel a life"
instead of clinging to the past.
The reality for "old people" is
their 30-\ear-old spirit is now li\-


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what it once did. Their eyesight
may be getting dimmer and their
hearing fading. They may wear a
dirty shirt-not because they want
to, but because they can't see the
spot any longer.
They may give some very
strange responses in conver-
sation-not because they are losing
their minds, but because their ears
heard something entirely different
from what was said. Their re-
sponse might be spoken in ir-
ritation because they can't figure
out why you answered their ques-
tion in such a "ridiculous" way.
"Oldpeople's" muscles are get-
ting weaker, bones may be deterio-
rating, and there is more pain than
there used to be. As much as their
30-year-old spirit wants to lump
up out of bed, grab a cup of coffee
and hit the road .to an e\ent some-
where, their body doesn't cooper-
ate. '' .
It is difficult to bend over and to,
reach up, muscles complain o\er
doing the little things like combing
hair or brushing teeth. The coffee
pot has gotten hea ier than it used
to be, and they seem to have glued
jar lids on instead of just screwing
them tightly.
We "old people" cling to the past
because \e kno'w \ e ha e less fu-
ture. We take longer to make deci-
sions because %e ha\e less time to
recoup our mistakes. \Weline on a
fixed income \ ith little opportuni-
ty to make more (e\en if our bod-
ies would d cooperate, fe% would d
hire us-\re are too "slo\."i We
have to make \\hat \\e haxe last
because \%e ma\ not be able to get
more, and %\e hang on to the things
\\e ha\e because the\ are gifts
from friends \\ho ha\e gone on,
reminders of young accomplish-
menis showing us \ve used to be
contributors to society, compan-
ions in our loneliness.
"Old people" hate a healthh of
know ledge and love to share. They
are eager to give %hat the\ can.
That 30-year-old spirit lit ing in-
side can still relate to and enjo\
the younger folks around-if e\\ can
.all learn io get besornd ilhe h'I1,.licil
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Bro. Jatme Taylor, speaker
Special CS-ingirng

Moniac Baptist Church
Pastor: Rev. B-ill Joris
Hivy 185 1 r'loniac.Ga.


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Wedding vows
Aqueelah Lee of Macclenny
will marry Capt. Myron.Rone of
El Paso, Tex., on July 30.
The. ceremony will be held at
Emmanuel Church of.God in
Christ at 3:30 pm. The couple will
reside in El Paso.
Ms. Lee is the daughter of Allen
0. Lee of Ma'cclenny and Faye,
Stew\ard of Gainesville; Capt.
Rone is the son of Rev. Stan and
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The Osceola Coon Hunters Club
will host a special coon hunt to bene-
fit the Council on Aging on Friday
and Saturday, July 22-23. Sign in be-
gins at 7:00 pm on Friday at the Ta) -
lor Fire Station. Chicken and.rice din-
ners v ill be sold SaturdaN.
Tickets are a ailable at the Senior:
Center' at $1 each for a raffle of a
$250 Wal-mart shopping spree. Call
The Seniors Acti\ities Group's
yard sale %Aill be held at the fair
grounds on Friday and Saturday. Au-
gust 19-20 -.. e.r.n. i, jnviLe ,to .
donate useable Tiem, rir thi- Fnd
raiser. Donations may be delivered to
the Senior Center or pick up can be
arranged by calling 259-2223, exten-
sion 221.
Senior Center participants honor-
ed their veteranss Jul\ 15 and each \et
spoke briefly about their military\ ser-
ice. All the seniors enjoyed beautiful
gladiolas donated b, the \Wal-Mart
Distribution Center. Seniors, staff
and CoA board truly appreciate the
community support gi\en b. mer-
Schants, organizations and citizens.
Every other \\ednesda\ is Medi-
cation Management. RN Renee
Christi checks client prescriptions.
Ms. Christi re\ ie'. s the medications
.: ith the client, including dosage in-
structions, the condition being treat-
ed, and the importance of taking the
medication at the time and in the
amount prescribed.
SENIORS' IENLI
for the week of July 25-29
NIONDA.: Hoidog on bun. colcslj'i.
potato salad. apple .nd milk
TLiESDAI: (Grilled chicken payiv
%%,gr.- .. mashed potatoes. bread. pineapple
ridbnis and milk
\, EDNESDA.: Grilled cheese sand-
v. ich, pujLio chips, iomaw'es and cucum-
-ber.rs, brr.'r niie jnd milk
THURSDAY: Rosti iurke\ %% gray\.
candied arjms. green beans. bread. truil mi\
and milk
FRIDAY: Batiered fish, cheese grits,
colcsl.a. cornbread. buuterscolch pudding
and milk


Leila Souza

Daughter born
Thiago and Jessi (Knabb) Sou-
za of Sanford, Fla.,,are proud to
announce the arrival of daughter
Leila Knabb Souza on June 21.
She weighed five pounds, five
ounces.
Grandparents are Jason and
Debra Souza of Curitiba. Brazil,
George and Jeannie Knabb of
Macclenn).


Wed on July5
The families of Rhodia Diane
Reed and Charles Edward Wo-
mack of Nlacclenn\ are happy to
announce their wedding on July 5
in Folkston. Ga.. in a private cere-
mony. The, couple will reside in
Baker Count%\.


LandonFountain

A son is bom
Danny and Alisha Fountain of
Macclenny are proud to announce
the birth of their son Landon Jace
Fountain on July 1. He weighed
six pounds, four ounces and was'
19 inches long.
Proud grandparents. are Mike
and Lorraine DeHart of Glen St.
Mary, Mike Fountain Sr. and Beth
Seaman, both.of whom live in
'Georgia.

Thanks for help
Thank you to all kind-hearted
Baker County residents who cared
enough to call us about our lost
dog. We found Geno! Thank \ou
again. I LL S.i I
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2004 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report

Enterprise East Water Treatment Facility
This report will be mailed to customers only upon request and is also available at
City Waste Water Treatment Plant and on the City's website atwww.cityofmacclenny.com

We're pleased to present to you this year's Annual Quality Water Report. This report is designed to inform you about the quality
of water and services we deliver to you every day. Our constant goal is to provide you with a safe and dependable supply of
drinking water. We want you to understand the efforts we make to continually improve the water treatment process and protect
our water resources. We are committed to ensuring the quality of your water Our water source is ground water. The well draws
from the Floridan Aquifer. Our water is obtained from ground water sources and is aerated and chlorinated for disinfection pur-
poses.
This report shows our water quality results and what they mean..

If you have any questions about this report or concerning your water utility, please contact Richard Harris or Walter Sloan at
904-259-4491. We encourage our valued customers to be informedd about their water utility. If you want to learn more, please
attend any of bur regularly scheduled meetings. They are held on the second Tuesdayof each month at City Hallat 7 pm.

Enterprise East Water Treatment Facility routinely monitors for contaminants in your drinking water according to Federal and
State laws, rules and regulations. Except where indicated otherwise, this report is based on the results of our monitoringfor the
period of January 1 to December 31, 2004. Data obtained before January 1, 204, and presented in this report are from the
most recent testing done in accordance with the laws, rules and regulations.

In the table below, you may find unfamiliar terms and abbreviations. To help you better understand these terms we've provided
the following definitions.

Ma.,imum Contaminant Level or MCL The highest level of a contaminant that is allowed in drinking water. MCLs are set as
close to the MCLGs as feasible using the best available treatment technology.

Maximum Contaminant Level Goal or MCLG The level ol a .contaminant in drinking water below which there is no known or
expected risk to health. MCLGs allow for a margin of safety.

Action Level (AL) Theconcentration of a contaminant which, 1 ei needed. triggers treatment or other requirements that a water
system must follow

Treatment Technique (TTI A required process intended to reduce the level of a contaminant in drinking water.

Maximum residual disinfectant level or MRDL The highest level of a disinfectant allowed in drinking water. There is convincing
evidence that addition of a disinfectant is necessary for control of microbial contaminants.

SManimum residual disinfectant level goal or MRDLG The level of a drinking water disinfectant below which there 's no known
or expected risk to health. MRDLGs do not reflect the benefits ot the use of disinfectants to control microbial contaminants.

"ND"'nieans not detected and indicates that the substance was not found by laboratory analysis.

Parts per million ippm) or Milligrams per liter (mg'li one part by weight of analyte to 1 million parts by weight of the water
sample. : .

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inihalIomu lh.1ne, I ppbi ". alL disir ction

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of Measurement sampling violationn percentile sites etieeding ICLG lAction Conamination
Imo.d)r.i /N result Ihe A.L Le'ell
Lead and Copper (Tap Water)
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The sources of drinking water (both tap water and bottled water) include rivers, lakes, streams, ponds, reservoirs, springs, and
wells As water travels over the surface of the land or through the ground, it dissolves naturally occurring minerals and, in
some cases, radioactive material, and can pick up substances resulting from the presence of animals or from human activity.
Contaminants that may be present in source water include
(A) Microbial contaminants, such as viruses and bactena, which may come from sewage treatment plants, septic systems,
agricultural livestock operations, and wildlife.
(Bi Inorganic contaminants, such as salts and metals, which can be naturally-occurring or result from urban stormwater
runoff, industrial or domestic wastewater discharges, oil and gas production, mining, or farming.
(Ci Pesticides and herbicides, which may come from a variety of sources such as agriculture, urban stormwater runoff, and
residential uses.
(D) Organic chemical contaminants, including synthetic and volatile organic chemicals, which are by-products of industrial
processes and petroleum production, and can also come from gas stations, urban stormwater runoff, and septic systems
(E) Radioactive contaminants, which can be naturally-occurnng or be the result of oil and gas production and mining activities.
in order to ensure that tap water is safe to drink, the EPA prescribes regulations which limit the amount of certain contami-
nants in water provided by public water systems. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulations establish limits for con-.
taminants in bottled water which must provide the same protection for public health


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Knights dnate toNEFSHfund...
A $420 check was presented by Father Jose Maniaygnat, Catholic chaplain at Northeast
Florida State Hospital, on July 15, Jeff Fritz of the St. Mary's Council of the Knights of
Columbus in MAacclemnn and Ken Cochran, the Catholic lay chaplain at the state hospital.
The money' was raised locally and will be used for Holiday Happiness events during the
Christmas season. PHOTO COURTESY OF CHAPLAIN TYSON CONDICT

Adult Ed, GE asses
r^WJGhD dasse


Free Adult Basic Education and
GED preparation classes will -re-
start in August. Evening classes
will. reopen on Tuesday, August 2
at Baker County High School,;
Room 529 and will be held every
Tuesday and Thursday from 6:30-
9:00 pm.
Daytime classes will reopen on
Thursday, August 4 at the Family
Service Center at Keller Interme-
diate School, and will be held
Monday through Friday from 9:00
am-1:00 pm.
GED tests will be given August
22-24. Registration for the tests
will be held on Tuesday night. Au-
gust 16 at the Baker County Mid-
die School cafeteria. 211 Jonathan
Street. Macclenny. The doors will
open at 6:30 pm and registration
will begin at 7:00 pm.

Drunk at

hospital
Police arrested Justin P. Thom-
as, 21, of St. George, Ga. for dis-
orderl\ intoxication and resisting
arrest following a confrontation
outside Fraser Hospital's emer-
cenct room the niehi of Jul\ 15.
D e pu-y--Br-ad DU .gt1.-i-y-,-si d--
Mr. Thomas attempted to start se\ -
eral fights and showed symptoms
of intoxication when confronted at
the hospital. He had gone there
With an ill friend.
The officer noted he had con-
tact with the suspect earlier that
evening following a disturbance at
Mac's Liquors in downtown Mac-
clenny. Mr. Thomas allegedly
cursed and resisted the officer's
initial attempt to arrest him.
Brian Dubois, 42, was taken to
jail charged with loitering and
prowling after police were called
to a neighborhood near Mud Lake
Road and Griffis Circle the after-
noon of July 17.
Deputy Ben Anderson said Mr.
Dubois was walking in the road-
way and could not explain his
presence there, claiming he \was
homeless.
Erik Yonn. 31, faces a charge of
domestic battery after a confronta-
tion with his wife Rebecca, also 31,
at their residence off US 90 in Glen
St. Mary the evening of July 15.
The wife told police Mr. Yonn
began to throw items at her and
cut himself on the hand after vow-
ing he would not be taken to jail.
The couple's two children were
present.

Son sought for
taking pistol
from pckup
'A Macclenny man filed a crimi-
nal complaint on July 13 alleging
his son broke into a pickup truck
and took a pistol that was later
found in the son's room.
Weldon Barton told police the
driver side window of his 2004
Dodge was broken out while it
was parked in front of his resi-
dence off Myrtice Barton Road.
.When Deputy David Morgan
sought the registration number, the
victim entered the house and
found the pistol, valued at $350.
The son. 34-year-old Johnny
Barton of Glen St. Mary, apparent-
ly left the house when police ar-
rived.
Later that morning, the father'
informed the sheriff's department
$5500 had been withdrawn from
l-is account at Country Federal
Credit Union, and he believes the
son is responsible.


For additional information re-
garding registration and free Adult
Education and GED preparation
classes, contact Nanc\ Cain or
Tammy Moore at 259-0403.


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Rabies clinic to be
held on July 23rd
There will be a rabies clinic on
July 23 from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
at Macclenny Veterinary Clinic on
West Macclenny Ave. The clinic is
sponsored by the Osceola Coon
Hunters Association and Dr. Joe
Harrison. This is open to all local
pet owners.
Summer is. the time of year
when rabies is the most prevalent
in wildlife. If your pet needs vacci-
nating, the clinic is a simple way
to have this done, without waiting
in the vet's office.
There will be a drive through
service, so all you have to do is
drive in and have your pet vacci-
nated and drive out.


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Baker appointed
Local insurance agent Jack
Baker was among three persons
appointed last week by Governor
Jeb Bush to the Early Learning
Coalition board for Baker, Brad-
ford, Clay and Nassau counties.
The board also includes mem-
bers from Fernandina Beach and
Orange Park.
Mr. Baker, 42, of Macclenny
and a former member of the Baker
County Hospital Authority,'will
serve from this month until April,
2007.
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Westside Elementary homeroom assignments


1st Grade: Rooma 0 2 Nancy Mason: Joseph Alford, Alexis Barnes, Jacob Bender, Brianna
Chandler, \U ilhd ,,i Cvws, Shawn Danese, Aleara Ferguson, Margaret Gray, Kelly Lawler, Dylan Lew-
is, Kasandra MeCook, Bailey Pisani, Boaz Simmons, Leslie Smith, Stephanie Stoutenborough, Timo-
thy Thomas, i h,,rin., Watktin, Jessica Westerwelle, Bryar Zimmerman. Room 015 Cheryl Hart:
Corey Adam, Jacob Anderson, Brooke Burnsed, Chadwick Collins, Collin Crews, Cole Cushman,
Lily-anue Brawd, Blair Finley, Hunter Groves, Timothy Harrell, Macy Jackson, Kaden Miller, Rachel
Niekles, Mtay piyne, Noah Schatz, Hallie Shaw, Ridge Stewart, Owen Taylor, Asia Walker. Room-
025 Lori Sttrti, Cheyenne Cales, Joshua Carter, Heather Case, Bailey Cook, Jennifer Davis, Lay-
a Davis, Samtt Evans, Lani Foster, Mason Fuller, Joshua Gill, Sarah Nazario, Ashlyn Stafford, Tam-
mie Stodd H.ii...j!i Thomas, Michael Tolbert, Saige Wilson, David Wolfe, Andrew Young. Room
Wed0 Ttdaa Rash: Leanna Barefoot, M.B. Charles, Mia Fish, Cecil Hagan, Cameron Hauge, Joshua
I(|:,- D-thaua ik''. i. Thomas N1lId,,ric. Maegen Miller, Kelsey Nash, Christina Perez, Trey Per-
: ,nn,i Pritchad, Nicholas Ruise, Larry Thompson, Jacob Wallstedt: Room 039 Kristen
SaItt~e~ : \r" l -,: .1 Brown, Kaitlin Craig, April Crews, Ciera Crews, Matthew Crews, Brianna
[ .. [ '.. tDavis, Eugene Farmer, Kyle Francis, Kaylon Golden, Ronald Goodman, Dalton Hath-
aes- i..., r" ,I .'l. Michaela Kohn, Zackrey Robinson, Devin Simpson, Christopher Touchton,
lDh. ~ *..,i'.', Room 048 Kathleen Sheridan: Thomas Aldridge, Austin Alligood, Erin Brinson,
Amer aCmbs, Timothy Curry, Jenna Ellis, Thomas Ervin, Dametra Gibson, Parker Holman, Lacey
JiohR, Johnathan Kincheloe, Kailee Knight, Tyler Long, Amelia Loubani, Caitlyn Parrish, Charles
fPeack, Jacob Perryman, Amanda Ryder, Nathanial Taylor. Room 058 Deanna Boatright: Asha
Blue, Hayleigh Boatright, Teddy Bowman, Brantley Bryant, Alyssa Cagle, Sean Chancey, Mackenzy
Clark, Donna Connolly, Jared Evett, Vivica Gaskins, Trista Gibson, Russell Godwin, Damiyyha Kirk-
sey, Autumn Retcho, Brandy Robinson, Christian Rogers, Morgan Shellenbarger, Mason Spencer,
Noah Starling, Gladys Yaccarino. Room 063 Mary Jo Thomas: Dalton Adams, Joseph Bureau,
William Carter, Christy Crews, William Dugger, Nathan Fisher, Hope Fly, Markese Givens, Lane
Guynn, Ashlynn Johnson, Kaitlin Nash, Chyna Parker, Shailey Rhoden, Earl Starling, Kelsey Strick-
land, Amber Taylor, Jesslyn Williams. Room 122 Erin Drummond: Darian Blue, Keondrick Clay-
ton, Richard Cuiksa, Benjamin Ellis, Dylan Francis, Summer Harvey, Dustin Higginbotham, Angel
Jackson, Andrew Jones, Tiffany Kenny, Nicole Lowery, Brie Milenchick, Savannah Moss, Kimberly
Rowe, Stacy Simmons, Gunner Southard, Sadie Sparkman, Selena Wall, Nathan West. Room 133 -
Patty Sands: Mackenzie Ariail, Dillon Bijeaux, Mallory Cain, Kaytlin Crews, Casey Curry, Miranda
Dehart, Bradley Fennell, Mallory Godwin, Erica Hartley, Dusty Langeberg, Mallory Mobley, Mason
Mosley, Gordon Norman, Breah Pelfrey, Landon Peterson, Heather Pietrowski, Gavin Register, Karly
Richardson, MearaTarte, Kaitlyn Walker. Room 142 Kelly Hilton: Christopher Baker, Courtney
Baldwyn, Christian Blanks, Clayton Brassart, Marcus Burger, Madyson Davis, Grace Fly, Kasyn
Givens, Johnny Hodges, Tristan Jewell, Charlie Lansford, Lillianne Loftis, Chelsea Miller, Logan
Monds, Jamie-lynne Raulerson, Hannah Roberts, Dylan Walton, Dominique Washington. Room 147 -
Jennifer Bodine: Sierra Aldy, Monica Crawford, Taylor Crawford, Bryce Donker, Christopher Dug-
gar, Waylon Golden, Donnie Griffis, Joseph Johnson, Katelyn Johnson, Cameron Kaiser, Catherine
Krausse, Audrianna Lane, Shanoa Murch, Charles Murray, Kaytlin Robinson, Robert Schmehl, Savan-
nah Stafford, Warden Wolfe. Room 150 Kelley Murphy: Rodney Davis, Amber Denmark, Amanda
Dennison, Mason Filosi, Gannon Godwin, Dareonia Hudson, Chastity Malloy, Owyn Matthews,
Dakota Mclarty, Braxton Moore, Je-ssl,nn ,l er, Savannah Parish, Ashlynn Parsels, Haley Porter-
field, Caitlin Raulerson, Dylan Rosler.,.MeIC\ St :.h. (:.,:d, TrIhji-r. i, lkn \\ llia,m,
2nd Grade: Room'004 Sandra Rhoden: Pierrn Allen. Sri.l, Cthriirru.. T:.ri, Coleman, Victor
Givens, Halley Hampton, Allen L..urmoie,. HjiJdn Mjirir Derini r, l.i; ll, D .. id Powell, Jason
Shockley, Shelby Stoddard, Trevo- \\.:.rlch Room'017 Johnnie C. James: Brjandl Callaway, Chris-
ty Combs, Kolbie Da.;i. Brian Hortmain. Ruo\a. ie Ji .rnsor Serin. ii.in,-ir,. Simajilrha Pearl, Treston
Pipkins, Hunter Riggs Mlichl Ruise. Brnjirn, Sar,:,ucl cat- Schrrchie. Kenrneih simmons, Taylor
Walton. Room 021 Stephanie Moultrie: Kristen Barton, Deauntn Brown, Corey Burette, Chey-
enne Crews, Shannon Dowling, Taylor Fletcher, Bridgett Gillinan, Tymez Givens, Chance Harden-
brook, Rachel Harrison, Jonathon Hodges, William Shaffner, Elizabeth Stiers, Tyler Sullivan, Kaleb
Walton, Kane Wolfe. Room 024- Lynn Green: Ryan Barnes, Taylor Brown, Raymond Crews, Shelby
Crews, Zachary Dehart, Callie Elledge, Cameron Hans, Tuickri HHrt Jeremiah Iverson, Grace Jones,
Megan Lauramore, Dustin Martin, James Nelson, Christian Padgett,.Javan Robinson, Wesley Siemer-
ing, Mason Taylor, Alexis Wendel, Kelsey Wilcox, H i.-rijh \\ ill.con Room 027 Allison Elledge:
Jarrett Barton, Hunter Burns.J. Taylor Carrington, Jessie Cox, Haleigh Crawford, John Crawford,
Monica Crawford, Kaylan Davis, Rachel Davis, Jacob Gibson, Hannah Harvey, Samantha Hinson,
Colby Hodges, Craig Jones, Dalton Jones, Shelbie Martin, M I,; Clcduffi. Rhett. McKendree, Payton


Trio donates 3 yardsof thick hair
When all lie ciduiai i. s finisheld. this trio of local women ended up donating enough locks
for three yards -f' puion ita r i to e fashioned into vigs for cancer-stricken children. In the
photo take July 16 atu Orane Pak ,All are (from' .hlfi Jliinifj Wilburi and her mother
Mlarte O' Ieal tof .,,ci-ciri, First Coast Nc s pFtrsoiain Jeannie Blaylock and Selena
Roberts of Lake Biainr, a f.trm Baer Comn r,'suiih Itsi Bhi i ..cl p'.'u.tes and spon-
sors ihe ai utal Ki tnl ii .t, rK S ctort. ir, \ lscli ils \' Iir i Iteit, c.ii,/ili iiia ,il 11j 2 tile' This
is the third tnme .hs Rbi.Rrts haii donated, ilic 'eco i, ti c l .r i. tl it t l_\i, ii ai d i :,L lirri time
for M s. O 'Neal. ..i.. .. .... i ... |FORD



Flees when policecalled


Neighbors summoned police
the e\ ening of July 17 to quell a
confrontation between a couple at
their residence off Klein Road
west of Glen St. Mars, and a crim-
inal complaint for batters was
issued against the boyfriend, who
fled the scene before the\ arri ed.
'James C. Briggs, 25, faces pos-
sible criminal charges for slam-
ming the face of live-in girlfriend
Kerri Knabb, 21, into a-door and
throwing her to the ground several
times. She was unconscious for a
brief time, according to the neigh-
bors.
A similar confrontation early
the morning of the same day, this
one involving a couple that earlier
had split up, resulted in the arrest
of the boyfriend for battery.
Clinton B. ,Scott, 25, allegedly
choked Deshikua Howard, 24,
after throwing her to the ground,
then dragged her behind him. She


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sustained road burns to the back,
according to police.
Mr. Scott had earlier accused
Ms. Howard of scratching his
vehicle, and a fight ensued on
South Boulevard around 5:00 am.


Parker, Grant Peterson, Jacob Sanders, Isaac Tisdale. Room 034 Jennifer Gonzalez: Logan Camp-
bell, Justin Combs, Brach Dukeman, Katelynn Flandreau, Amber James, Jared Long, Kaylee Lowery,
Alisha McKenzie, Dillon Nipper, Alexandrea Oliver, Dustin Powless, Payton Prescott, Emily Presley,
Kaitlyn Raulerson, Marcus Reed, Savannah Roberts, Kyle Stelma, Sydney Williams.. Room 046 -
Jeanna Duval: Marquel Allen, Angel Alford, Ashton Alford, Jacob Alford, Garrick Bennett, Donovan
Breazeale, Kristyn Carter, Ameisha Clayton, Hunter Combs, Tealeah Givens, Sheldon Griffis, Ethan
Hatcher, Dequavius Joseph, Jesse Regnier, Katlin Sigers, Ashley Thompson, Travis Trail. Room 049 -
Debbie Crews: Morgan Bowen, Keith Conner, Dylan Davis, Antonious Farmer, Halainna Force, Han-
nah Harvey, Tyria Haygood, Terrle Hughes, Patrick Lamb, Kaleb Manning, Karnard McCray, John
McElroy, Ashly McMahan, Jordan Muncy, Trenton Noblitt, Jessica Roberts, Olivia Sapp, Katlynn
Schlarbaum. Room 124 Venus Hurst: Toni Baggett, Alexis Cowart, Jinny Davis, Michael Davis,
Jasmine Denmark, Bailey Edwards, Samantha Evans, Shawn Fisher, Chelcy Foerman, Brandon Har-
ris, Harley Jones, Davis Knabb, Shawn Martin, Larry Morris, Dalesha Paige, Chase Parker, Jordan
Sommise, Samantha Stafford, John Townsend. Room 125 Peggy Hand: Bradley Dehart, Kellen
Dopson, Mary Elledge, Marcus Godbold, Peyton Howell, Dylan Irish, Mondrell Jefferson, Cody
Ratliff, Owen Register, Bethany Richardson, Blake Roberts, James Stavely, Ashley Suggs, Bailee
Turner, Kate Whitehead. Room 127 Heather Jacobs: Taylor Bloxham, Abigail Carpenter, Brooklyn
Chambers, Madison Combs, Benjamin Crawford, Tyler Groves, Logan Kaiser, Tristan Lauramore,
Stephen Mann, Daughton Martin, Jordan Parker, Austin Rhoden, Deandre Ruise, Fredrick Sirmones,
Johnny Smith, Branden Snyder, Corley Sweat, Melanie Sweat, Allison Theophile, Rosemary Thomp-'
son. Room 146 Marca Lancaster: Jacob Brown, Clayton Canaday, Brittany Clark, Robert Craw-
ford, Gydeon Fernandez, Kesjaun Jefferson, Rikki Langston, Zachary Lester, Akeli Manning, Casan-
dra Nettles, Dalton Norman, Andrea Pearl, Shawn Sapp, Shyanne Shumate, Tracy Sweatt, Daniel Wil-
son.
3rd Grade: Room 029 Deborah Payne: Clayton Bureau, Grason Cain, Matthew Chisholm, Ha-,
ley Crews, Brittany Delp, Ashleigh Dinkins, Lexis Fortner, Apryl Harvey, Colby Hathcox, Jordan
Kennedy, Diamond Kruse, Mason Loadholtz, Summer McCray, Alexandra Paulk, Allee Pringle,
Gracemarie Rhoden, Jacob Smith, Jacob Stalvey, Oakley Waltman, Callie Wheeler, Videll Williams II.
Room-043 Scott Wendel: Seirra Barnes, Tristen Barton, John Brown, Ryan Burnsed, Breanna Con-
drich, Kristen Cox, Steven Edwards, Gregory Ellis, Brendan Gibson,'Libradio Hauge Jr., Meagan
Highsmith, Kalyn Ingram, Tayler Lafaso, Garrett Nipper,,Matthew Stafford, Destiney Teston, Steven
Walker. Room 047 Janet Linn: Chelsei Albino, Lauren Berry, Justin Blackwood, Catherine Bran-
nen, William Brewer, Keyonna Burch, Brandon Combs, Br6oke Combs, Tracey Combs, Breanna Con-
ner, Sandi Davis, Taylor Gabbard, Emily Givens, Alysa Hall, Tanner Holman, Garrett Meister, Maegan
Mitchell, Ryan Oakes, Tanner Orberg, Caleb Terry, Randall Walker. Room 060 Yvonne Shope: Ter-
rell Allen, Samuel Baker, Austin Charles, Courtney Combs, Thomas Davis, Brandon Geiger, Trenton
Perry,-Rosaleah Raulerson, Jenna Reeves, Krysten Rhoden, Jessica Rosier, Kenneth Stelma, Dreamy
Stewart, Harley Sullivan, Rhylee Thompson, Mary Vanderpool, Andrea Walker, Jesse-James Williams,
Charles Wright. Room 097 Kathy Yarborough: Morgan Burnsed, Andrew Dinkins, Kaitlin Hance,
Brandon Harvey, Duston Harvey, Shannon Holmes, Natalie Horne, Zoe Johnson, Armont6 Kelly, Em-
manuel Lewis IV, Allison Monds, Austin Noblitt, Caleb Parker, Mikell Robinson, Julia Schatz, Jacob
Sellers, Justin Smith, Jacob Theophile, Blake Thomas, Joan Yarborough. Room 135 Tamela Binn:
James Baldenegro, Katlyn Boston, Jaime Carroll, Shelby Combs, Frank Crain, Katherine. Dewolfe,
Hunter Dugger, Alyssa Ft:rtu...n ,li.l.j, I., i ji.n. Silrii .:lf Hliii rM.li.ayla Jefferson, Seth Jenks,
.A-.iin M.l.mrngi Brnl.n, Mi ai,, ElJJ'.ih ,.,:,l,.l:,. imfl-.'l', Nei' .., Deanna Rh.i..J.n Kim :i l
'lilulcri,,o ruu ,h. Einc T,,nl.m ira \\A.1 I Ir. lo i cph l H\ill, min Room 141 manda Hilr: iji:i uchrlr
Ar i:,-,'i Ijrl.ii Bro-.n Tsler CrJF pm k, .: Cr ." K h. 1 F.. rn .:ii,'... :i u H.i'lil i Br ij,.,
Ho.jgei M o.ll, hKcr:c. Emd., M 1 rlin, I:... M ihll,:,ii H.jijli N... 1 Ic. K li.. Pa., r .i l M j.j.la i.. R.,'r.lb
(-Chiarl Rjuri c ,I l SJ rmpl,. J)'. iiJ S n r Diu-in,, TJi lor,. I., \\c':,, rr '.cllc Pjijur \'. Ilim: s.
Donelle Williams. Room 144 Susan White: Shari.: B..il,. T;, lr Bc.,i. Sti.ar, Brj-; Ilc.
Nicholas Brown, Mallory Chaunrc:\. Si,..Ine, C.oi.;cir ih. iCh'i-l.. Crawford, Dillan Cullen, Keltni
Davis, Vomesha Donaldson, Miles Fraser, Maegan Gerace, Reginald Givens, Rebekah Gould, James
Griffith, David Hunt, Katalyn Johnson, Nicholas Kincheloe, Gabrielle Lafaso, Hunter Long, Christo-
phri Ai i:.., Kelby Parker, Jessica Ra;liff. Ci.:,c -c R.,l -;ie. N.i'lone Stoutamire, Stephanie Thomp-,
son, Carolyn Tolbert, Tharen White. Room 145 Norm. a Mllion: Desirea Barton, Delaney Brinson,
Robert Burnsed III, Kansas Davis, Danielle Dewolfe, Mia Duncan, Kaylyn Dyal, Ashli Everett, Dalton
Higginbotham, Rory Nickles, Tyler Raulerson, Elizabeth Rhoden, Savanna Rhoden, Joseph Ross,
Sadie Sibley, Kayla Smith, Logan Taylor, Tyler Trail, Ivy Williams, Dustin Yaccarino. Room 151 -
Chana Williams: ?,hi.-lcIll H.rlk, D.I...i ,. krksey,Alexandra Nipper, Angel Oneal, Jessica Pilking-
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Youth football signups


If your son is interested in
playing football, now is the time
to get him signed up for Little
League football.
There will be five more sign-
up days for this season July 23
and 30, and August 2, 4 and 6.
After three signups. the league.
hi.as.around 150 kid,> re'd\ tor
play according t'; Touci'hdov, n
Club president Richie Tharpe.'
"That's about normal for this
point in the season."
Tharpe has been involved with.
the Touchdown Club for more
than four years,.and is in his.sec-
ond year as president.
SThere are three di\ visions, pee-
wee league for 6-8 year olds, ju-
nior league for 9-10 year olds and
senior league for 11-13 year olds.
"We have games on Friday and,


Monday night... we start on Sep-
tember 10, barring any hurri-
canes.'
The season will end on No-
vember 10 with a cookout and
awards ceremony for the pla ers.

10 year reunion
The Baker High Class of 1995
will have its 10 year reunion on
September 17. There will be a din-
ner, entertainment, etc.
Call Linda (Harvey) Gibson at
(904) 219-0820 for further details,
questions or concerns. You may
send payment to her at 419 Jerry
Circle, Macclenny, FL 32063.

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Baker All Stars are district

Little League champions

Juniors, 11-year-old teams both bound for sectionals


BY LAURA BETH BRINER
Press Sports
The Baker County 11 year-olds
and Junior Little League All Stars
are just two wins from a State ti-
tle.
Each is gearing up for Section-
als in Port St. John on July 23.
The sectional playoffs wfll be
held in a round-robin tournament
style. Each team will play two
games; if they win both, they will
go on to the state tournament.
Baker County, which is repre-
senting District 11, will be pitted
against districts 19 and 22 in both
divisions.
After beating Arlington 4-2 for
the district title July 11, the Ju-
niors celebrated by eating out at a
Krystal.
"We got out of our game so
late, nothing was open," said
coach Johnny Tyson. "We told the
guys we would take them out to
eat at a nice place the next night,
but they wanted to eat. So we
ended up with 35 head in a Krys-
tal."
Pete Davis and Tommy Nix al-
so help coach the team, which
planned practices for Monday,
Tuesday and Thursday.
"We'll do a few hitting stations
on Monday and Tuesday," Tyson
said. "We'll rest our pitchers on
Thursday."
The team will travel to Ti-
tusville Friday and play Eustis

Mushball benefit
There will be a benefit mush-
ball game August 12 between city
and county employees. Proceeds
will benefit the Baker County
Council on Aging.
The teams will play a double-
header beginning at 7:00 pm at
the Knabb Sports Complex.
Tickets are available for a
small donation at city and county
offices.
S Come out, enjoy the show and
support your local seniors!


and Cocoa the following day.
The 11-year-olds beat San Ma-
teo 12-4 July 16.
They, however, celebrated with
a meal at Dick's Wings.
According to assistant coach
Clint Johnson, his starters this
year are the same who started for
the 10-year-old All Stars last year.
"We won at districts, went to
sectionals, won our first game but
lost the second. We were one
game from state."
They have practices planned
for every day this week.
"Our pitching is great and
Thomas Sirk hit three home runs
out of the park, so our hitting has
really turned around."
Baker County will be compet-
ing against Eustis and Merritt Is-
land.
Johnson works alongside head
coach Timmy Hodges and assis-
tant coach Mike Jones, who are
all feeling a bit of a draft these
days, as they fulfilled their end of
a bargain made with the team.
The coaches all shaved their
heads since the team won dis-
tricts.

Volleyball tryouts
There will be volleyball tryouts
on August 1-4 from 2-4 pm at the
BCHS gyrm. This is open to all high
school girls. All girls must have a
physical.

y Roger

Raulerson

Well Drilling

2" & 4" Wells

Call Roger or Roger Dale

259-7531
Family Owned & Operated
Licensed & Insured


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A lot has been going on in the
world of sports this week. Tiger
Woods won the British Open -
again. The Jaguars messed around
and missed out of signing a top
running back. Tim Brown, the for-
mer Heisman winner and one of
the best receivers ever to catch a
football has moved from the NFL
to NASCAR. And the Detroit
Pistons can't decide what to do
with Coach Larry Brown.
First Tiger. There aren't many
sports stars recognizable by just
their first name. Peyton, Pele,
Michael, Tiger. You have to be
something pretty special. Tiger
Woods is pretty special.
A lot of people don't like Tiger
Woods, but I do. He's a class act.
As a matter of fact, the three guys
I named alongside of him share
something more than just first
name notoriety. They all are class
abts.
The Jaguars blew a chance to
pick up Travis Henry, one of the
NFL's premier running backs. The
Jaguars led in the early bidding,
offering the Buffalo Bills a third
round draft pick, but when the
Tennessee Titans came in with the
same offer, the Jaguars balked at


sweetening the pot and the deal
fell apart. We'd better hope that
Fred Taylor stays healthy.
Tim- Brown, the former
Heisman Trophy winner at Notre
Dame and an All Pro receiver with
the Oakland Raiders hung up.his
pads to start his own NASCAR
racing team, which will be aligned
with Roush Racing. Brown will
become the first black majority
owner of a NASCAR team.
Larry Brown has held just about
every coaching job that you could
have. He's coached more NBA
teams than Tiger has trophies, has
been successful in college and
coached the US Olympic team.
This past year, he led the
Detroit Pistons back to the NBA
finals. But because he didn't win
the finals, the Pistons don't know
what to do with him.
The thought is that General
Manager Joe Dumars will proba-
bly fire Brown, which just baffles
me. So the guy doesn't win the
finals? He still wound up as the
second. best coach in the NBA this
past season. There were plenty of
guys who finished behind him.
I'm glad I'm not a big time sports.
coach. No job security.


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Licensed & Insured
259-0893
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BEYOND BUILDERS,
INC.
Polysteel Wall Systems,
FEMA Approved Safe Rooms
General & Specialty Concrete Work


Slabs Driveways Sidewalks etc.
Troy Vonk, President
904-502-2079
George Knabb, Jr.
904-219-0480
www.beyond-builders.com
3/24tfc
GATEWAY PEST
CONTROL, INC.
259-3808
';All types of pest control
Call Eston, Shannon, Bryan,
Bill or Philip
Beverly Monds Owner
l1/16tfc
ALL'S LAWN WORK
& LANDSCAPING
Free estimates,
Tractor work
Specializing in large yards & fields
Distance is no problem
Insured'
710-5011
7/14-21p
A & R TRUSS
Engineered trusses for your new
Home Barn Shed Etc.
Free estimates
259-3300
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PRESSURE WASHING
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Free estimates
904-237-7136
6/23-8/11D


APPLIANCE DOC
* Air conditioners Heat pi
SMajor appliances
24 hour, 7 day emergency s
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259-2124


WHITFIELD'i
CUSTOM
LANDSCAPING
Landscaping Mow ii
Edging Trimming
259-3084

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LAND SERKVICES
Land clearing ~ tractor services
Excavation fill dirt ponds
Brush mowing seeding grading
386-867-1094
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CONNIE F. WHITE
275-2474
Septic tanks, tractor work.
New systems, Repairs,
Sump pumps, Culverts,
Slag hauled & spread
2/5tfc
REMODELING &
FX-IT
Kitchen Baths Etc.
Interior Exterior
Painting
Workmanship Guaranteed
& Licensed
339-3650
7:00 am- 7:00 pm


FILL DKIR
Culverts Installed
259-2536
Tim Johnson .


WELL DRILLING
-2" & 4" wells
Roger Raulerson
259-7531


WOODS TREE
SERVICE
Tree removal Light hauling .
6/ltfe. Stump removal'
We haul or buy junk cars & trucks
I We sell horses
Licensed Insured
Free estimates
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n. Free estimates
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Licensed & Insured
Free estimates
Quality work
710-7358 or
653-1074


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Konnie's Klear Pools
We sell & install
DOUGHBOY above-ground pools
Service Renovations Cleaning
Repairs Chemicals Parts
698-E West Macclenny Ave.
(next to Raynor's Pharmacy)
Spring & Summer hours
Monday Friday
10 am 6 pm
Saturday 10 am 5 pm
259-5222


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259-7046
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Kevin 904-759-3
Gene 904-626-i
Danny 904-424-
Charlie 904-226-
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WADE'S TRACTOR
WORKS, INC.
Finish grading Dirt leveling
Mlu ing-Culverts
Slag driveways
259-3691


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Water softeners Iron filters
Sales Rentals Service
WATER TESTING
Total water softener supplies
Salt delivery
~ Financing available -
JOHN HOBBS
797 S. 6th Street, Macclenny
259-6672
7/15tfc


INSTANT RAIN
IRRIGATION
Residential irrigation
Box blade Sod
Free estimates
904-338-7657 cell
259-6396
Ask for John or Chuck
1/27-7/28p
WEDDING,
ANNOUNCEMENTS
& INVITATIONS
So many options!
See our catalogs at
The Office Mart
.110 South 5th Street
259-3737


TRACTOR WORK
*Bush hog*
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334-9843


PRESSURE WASH
Mobile homes $50
S 'Houses $65
2 week special
Call Floyd
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WASTE DISPOSAL,
INC.
Residential/Commercial
Garbage pickup for Baker County
Roll off Dumpsters
259-5692
Kent Kirkland, Owner/Operator
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BRANCH'S TRACTOR
SERVICE
Light brush mowing
Homeowners Association
Road maintenance
Driveways & Grade work
653-1000
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260-8153
Custom house plans
to your specifications
Qualified Good references
4/30tfc
GOD'S BUSINESS
After-hours computer repair
Networking, training,
graphic design & writing
Call Cheryl
904-885-1237
9/16tfc


BUG OUT SERVICE
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259-8759
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All types -
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259-8700


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1996 Pursuit by Georgie 31' mo-
torhome, 454 V8, 15,390 miles, new
fridge and vehicle air, excellent condi-
tion, $27,995. 259-3227. 7/14tfc
Green Virginia premium peanuts, $34
bushel. Truluck Farms, O'Brien,.FL.
Hand picked, graded and washed. Call
anytime for directions. Local pickup avail-
able. 386-935-0545 or 386-647-7968 or
386-647-7969 or 259-2055. 7/14-9/1c
Butterfly dining table with 6 chairs, very
ornate, fluted legs, rare; half round foyer
console. All pieces are mahogany wood.
Southern Charm. 259-4140. 2/3tfc
1999 Coleman pop-up with air, excellent
condition, lots of freebies, microwave,
TV, pots and pans, etc., $3000. Call after
6:00 pm. 275-2748. 7/21 p
Antique breakfront buffet, breakfront
china cabinet, buffet, all mahogany,
can.be seen at Southern Charm. 259-
S4140. 12/9tfc
1997 Nomad 24'h' fifth wheel with ex-
tended room (couch and dining area),
excellent ccnjoiion only used ronce in
the last 4 years. Can be seen on North
Sherman Ave. 259-2845. 7/21p
Good used appliances, 90 day money
, back guarantee. 266-4717.6/2-11/17p


1995 Dutchman pop-up, great condi- Sportcraft Slam Dunk, indoor elec- Want to rent mobile home lot for
tion, 1 queen, 1 king, 2 table beds, tronic basketball game, 1-2 players, 12'x48' singlewide home, quiet area,
sink, 3 way refrigerator, inside/outside $40.275-2277. 7/21p close to town, for quiet single elderly
stove, A/C and heat, $2500. 259-5877. Going out of business. Fabrics, bolt lady. 259-9374 pin#8880. 7/21p
7/21tfc, and flat fold, cornices, king, uphol- Needed: Three members for small still ..i -.
Mahogany secretary, beautiful piece, stered headboard, florals and supplies, hunting club west of Glen. For more in- y rSAL
excellent condition. Southern Charm much more. By appointment 708-2001. formation, call 259-3580. 7/21p pA
259-4140. 12/9tfc 7/21-28p Tree.trimming removal and clean up.
Polaris 500 ATP, 4x4, Mossy Oak, like Three wheeler, 1987 Big Red, $700 Licensed and insured: 259-7968. T"AGsAL
new only 100 hours, brush guard, OBO. 259-6801 leave message. 7/2 1p 10/21tfc
$5500 OBO. Call 813-6173. 7/21p .. Now accepting antique furniture on
Bankruptcies, last chance, new laws consignment. Pieces have to be in


Thursday & Friday
9:00 am-4:00 pm, SR
121 N to 23D, turn left,
follow the signs. Have
lots of girl's clothes, 8
oz Coca-Cola Nascar
bottles, have a lot
more items for sale.
Please not before
9:00 am.
Thursday, Friday &
Saturday 8:00 am-
1:00 pm, In Glen, 2nd
house off 90 next to
Jehovah Witness
Temple. 8540 139B.
Tools, table saws, ra-
dial arm saw, impact
tool, adult 3 wheel
bike, power wheel
chair, yard cart, leaf
mulcher 10 HP,
much more.
Friday & Saturday
8:00 am-?, 525 North
Blvd. Clothes, men's,
ladies and baby, nice
back to school boy's
and girl's, furniture,
baby items, house-
hold items and much
more.
Friday & Saturday
7:00 am-?, 714 Long
Dr. Furniture, children
and adult clothes, TV.
3 families.
Friday & Saturday
8:00 am-?, George
Hodges Rd., right on
Aspen, right on Wil-
low, 3rd house on left.
Saturday 8:00 -11:30
am, 1169 Coppergate
Place. Household
items and more.


1997 Toyota Camry LE, one owner,
very clean, $5000 OBO. 334-2811.
7/14-21p
1999 Buick LeSabre Limited, leather,
loaded V6, great gas mileage, very
clean, 73,300 miles. $8700. 259-4455
7'14-21p
1997 Chevrolet Silverado, extended
cab pickup, A.C. automatic, stereo,
$6500 259-4573 leave message
7/14-21p
1979 Ford pickup, '/2 ton, $600, fair
condition; 1977 Ford pickup (parts),
$100. Call 614-2383 days or 259-4374.
7/21p
1994 Chevrolet pickup, K1500, ex-
tended cab, all power, $6000. Can be
seen at North Sherman Ave. 259-
2845. 7/21p
1992 Chevy Lumina minivan, runs
good, seats 7, $800. 259-1476. 7/21 p
1997 Chevy Blazer, 4x4, automatic, 4
door, V6, electric sunroof, power win-
dows and locks, new tires, A/C and
brakes, $6200. 653-1832. 7/21 p
1997 Cougar XR7, 91,000 miles,
stereo CD, white, automatic, power
windows and locks, power seat, tilt,
$2995 cash, looks great. 259-2253.
7/21-28p
1999 Mustang, V6, automatic, power
windows and locks, new brakes, red,
$6000.653-1832. 7/21p


Announce the arrival of your "bundle'
of joy", 6' stork daily rentals. 259-3803
or 904-571-3703. 7/14-28c.
Christian lady will keep children in my
home for working mothers. 259-4647.
7/21p
Piano lessons, fast, new, easy way,
Limited space 259-3013. 7/14-21p
Need sitter service? HHA looking for
extra clients, Monday-Friday. Call 904-
653-1200. 7/21p
Tree work, trimming and clean up, li-
censed and insured Call 509-0507 or
588-6687. 6/30-7,21p


soon, divorce, adoptions, deeds, wills,
notary service, etc. Call anytime, John
Swanson, 266-9270. 7/21 p
Oils, acrylics, water colors, canvases,
drawing pads and much more! The Of-
fice Mart, 110 S. FifthStreet, 259-
3737. tfc
2001 Yamaha Raptor 660, adult oper-
ated, just had tune up, new chain,
sprockets, Uni Flow air filter, runs
great, approximately 4 hours on tune
up, $3500;.gas custom golf cart, club
car, 3" lift with back seat, new all ter-
rain tires, headlights and tail lights,
white with blue graphics, $4000. Call
651-3350. 7/21p
Solid oak corner computer desk, very
good condition, $400. Call 259-1943
after 6:30 pm. 7/14-21p
32' 1986 Citation camper, $3800, self
contained, good condition. 275-4627.
7/21p
Plywood, CDX and OSB, lowest
prices. 259-2900. 7/21-28c
Yamaha flute, $300. 259-4117. 7/21 p
Bedroom suite, full/queen, dresser,
chest and nightstand, oak finish, good
condition. $100; flower girl dress, white,
size 6, $50, Austin electric guitar with
crate amp, Extorsion pedal, case, $250;
Tppman painiball gun jith Ilatline barrel
and accessories, $150. 259-7852.7/21p
Kawasaki Prairie 400cc 4 wheeler, 4
wheel drive, automatic, low hours on
engine, excellent condition, $3000.
259-3571. 7/21p


DIVERS ANE


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We have immediate positions for local Class A drivers. Day or night shift
available. Local or OTR. 401K, Health Insurance, Paid Vacation,
Performance and Safety Bonus.


CALL 1-800-808-3052
www.pritchetttrucking.com


good condition. Call Karin at Southern
Charm 259-4140. 2/13tfc
Need mature lady to do cooking and
light housekeeping on weekends.
good pay. Call 259-3545 7.21p
;Do you have a junk car or truck you
want hauled off or to sell? 259-7968.
4/22tfc
Lawn mower and equipment serviced
or repaired. Honest, dependable, guar-
anteed. Pickups and delivery avail-
able. Dwight Rhoden at 904-588-3169
or 275-2047. 7/21-8/4p
Have a Stampin' Up workshop, scrap-
booking, rubber stamping, cardmak-
ing. Call Richelle Starling at,318-4993
or 653-1230. .7/21p
E&S Lawn Service, same day,,free
estimates, guaranteed to save dollars
for you. 465-3841. 7/21-8/25P
-
,Miniature chihuhua puppies, short
haired, AKC registered, 8 weeks on
7/16, $425. 537-8542. 7/14-21 p
Happy Jack mange medicine promotes
healing and hair growth to any mange,
bare spot on dogs and horses without
steroids. Glen Cash Store 259-2381,
www happyjackinc.com. 6/30-7/21p
!Dogs: all i[pes from puppies to adults.
Animal C.r'nir'., $50 ti.carding rees, .vill
apply. 259-6786. 11/20tfc


For a motivated, qualified person in
Baker and surrounding counties. Great
part'time job with full time potential, Ex-
perience in sales helpful. Reply with
resume and references to P.O. Box
598, Macclenny, FL 32063. 6.'2tfc
Hair stylist/nail tech needed for down-
town salon. 259-2387 or 259-5400.
7/7-28p


LAKE CITY

RESEA ACH AND 'o(VCATIONAL
SlUPPORT SPECIAI..IST
50% Grant Funded Pos~tikni
Tl'cliihm:l position assisting the "
Director of Research and Institutional
LtI trien'. n, inthe collection,
mi rl.n lgrin.'i J1, an rep ,-liT 'g ot' l.l1.
Associate's degree required,
bachelor's degree preferred. Proficient
in the use of Outlook, Word, Excel.
and the internet. Data base proficiency
and experience with C fek :il and state
rep.;rtiiii .are pluses.
Salary: $25,018 annually plus
'benefits. Application review will
begin ininediately and continue until
position is filled.,
Full position details and applications
:i\ .ilbl. ,it, our i website at.
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Inquiries: Htman Resource
Dc\'c1i'pi'kilc
149 SE College Place
Lake City, FL 32025 .
Phone: (386)754-4314
Fax: (386) 754-4594
Email: boettcherg@lakecitycc.edu '
LCCC is accredited by the
Commission n College of the
Southern Association of Colleges and
Schools.
VP/ADA/EA/EO College in
Education & Emnlovment


Saturday 8:00 am-
1:00 pm, Glen, 125 N.
to 139 B, left turn right
on Warren Thompson
Rd., 2nd house on
right. Boy's clothes 4-
5, girl's 8-10, toys,
movies, much more.
Friday & Saturday
8:00 am-2:00 pm,
14632 N. SR 121 and
Harley Thrift Rd. Ex-
cellent condition an-
tique 1938-39 double
bed, 3 piece set, like
new, refrigerator and
microwave, stove,
kitchen cabinets, open
entertainment center,
end tables, table, ceil-
ing fans, recliners,
double stainless steel
sink, tub, antique
shed, etc. Moving,
multiple families.
Friday & Saturday
8:00 am-2:30 pm,
229 S., 2. miles from
interstate across from
Ray's Nursery sign.
Friday & Saturday
7:00 am-2:00 pm,
228 and South Blvd.
Multiple families.
Friday & Saturday
8:00 am-3:00 pm, 24
Martha Drive off 228,
past Mormon church
on your left. House-
hold iters, queen._sizre.
manress, much more.
2 families.
Saturday 9:00 am-
1:00 pm, Hwy 121 N
to 185, approximately
'/Is of a mile on left.
Men, women's and
children clothes, furni-
ture, tools, something
ior everyone.
Saturday 8:00 am-
1:00 pm, '/I of a mile
north of 121 and 228
red light, on right.
Clothes, shoes,
purses, toys and
household items. 3
families.


New pre-school looking for full and
part time help. 259-1373. 7/14-21p
Log scaler/shipping coordinator. Mini-
mum 2 year degree with Forestry or
Business Management. Starting salary
$13.22-$14.25. We are an EEOC,
Drug free workplace. 401k, Apply at
Gilman Building Products, 6640 CR
218, Maxville, FL or fax resume .o 904-
289-7736. 7/14-21c.


Saturday 8:00 am-?,
250 N. Blvd E. Mi-
crowave, clothes,
baby item, misc.
items. 3 families.
Saturday 8:00 am-
1:00 pm, George
Hodges Rd, across
from Wendy's, follow
signs. Children,
women and men's
clothes, furniture,
household items,
toys, too much to list.
Everything priced to
go. Rain cancels.
Saturday 8:00 am-?,
Odis Yarborough Rd,
turn left on Bob
Burnsed Rd., take left
on N. Yellow Pine Cir-
cle, 2nd house on left.
Toys, clothes, baby
items, etc.
Saturday 8:00 am-?,
Mudlake Rd to Bill
Davis Rd., turn right
on Mallie Davis Rd.,
turn right to end, 2
story house with
green trim.
Saturday 8:00 am-?,
4387 Hickory St.
Kitchen items, house
supplies, toys, too
much to list.
Saturday 8:00 am-?,
SbeemacL.e, ,urni--
ture, bikes, bed-
spreads, household
items and lots more. 4
families.
Saturday 8:00 am-?,
behind Franklin Mer-
cantile. Lots of stuff.
No early buzzards.
Family yard sale.
Saturday 7:30 am-
noon, 267 Owen
Acres. Furniture,
ladies clothes, sizes 6
and 8, big girl's and
toddler girl sizes also,
household items, a lit-
tie bit of everything.


Be an Avon rep, earn 500, total in-
vestment $10. Retirement and medical
plans available. 1-866-665-2866.
7/14-21p
Reliable person needed for part-time
grounds maintenance; mowing, trim-
ming, some light repairs; mechanical
ability and experience very helpful;
flexible hours; reply with personal ref-
erences to: P.O. Box 598, Macclenny,
FL 32063. 7/14-21p


Associate Professor
'-? Practical Nursing Degree Program
LAIE CIVY Full-time Tenured Track Position
E.14uhIIY CILtt:8 ; I i ; 228 Duty Days
BSN in Nursing, State of Florida Licensed RN, or license eligible, and 3 years expe-
rience in acute care adult health nursing as a staff nurse. Ability to conduct the learn-
ing experience in the classroom, laboratory and /or clinical area. Prepare for instruc-
tion (s Ilabi, lesson plans, tests, recommend course offering sequence, faculty assign-
ments.) Computer literate.
Open until filled. Re% iew of applications to begin immediately.
Persons interested should provide application, vita, and photocopies of transcripts.
Position details and applications available on web at: www.lakecitycc.edu
Inquiries: Human Resources Development
Lake City Community College
149 S.E. College Place, Lake City Fl 32025-2007
Phone (386) 754-4314 "" Fax (386) 754-4594 "* E-mail: boettcherg@lakecitycc.edu
LCCC is accredited by the Commission on Colleges ofthe Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.
VP/ADA/EA/EO College in Education & Employment


TRUCK AND TRAILER MECHANICS NEEDED



SPRITCHETT TRUCKING

Pritchett Trucking is continuing to grow and is in need
of qualified people to work at our Lake Butler Facility.

Good benefits. Pay based on experience.

Apply in person at 1050 SE 6th St. in Lake Butler

or call 1-800-486-7504


Lake Front at Ocean Pond

Willing to pay top dollar!!


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Dump truck driver and dozer operator. Ready Aug./Sept. New home, 2400
Buddy Franks Construction. 591-5540. sq. ft., 5 BR, 2 BA on quiet .67 acre lot.
7/21p Contract now pick color/trim options.
Nail tech needed for a new tanning sa- 259-8128. 7/7-8/11
Ion. 259-5804. 7/7-211p" Baldwin. Lots for sale, walk to school.


Iron worker with tools and driver's li-
cense. 904-728-1088 Mike or 386-590-
7667 Kevin. 7/210
Equipment operators, pipe crew and
grade crew help wanted, experienced,
top pay, start immediately. LDC, Inc.
904-813-4086. 7/21 p
L.V. Hiers Oil is accepting applications
for a Class A or B fuel truck driver. Must
have-clean driving record, good pay,
good benefits. Contact Les Stone, 259-
2314 or 237-0062. 7/21tfc
Assistant operations manager. Indi-
vidual needed to assist in daily opera-
tions of security company, must be
people oriented, security 'or previous
police experience helpful. Call Giddens
Security Corp. at 904-384-8071 or ap-
ply in person at 528 S. Edgewood Ave.,
Jacksonville, FL. 7/21-28c


266-9270. 7/21 p
3 BR, 2 BA, 1400 sq. ft., brick/vinyl, 2 car
garage on 1/2 acre corner lot, great room
has fireplace with wood floors, ceramic
tile, Berber carpet, security system, ap-
pliances, pool, excellent condition with
many upgrades. A definite must see in
this desirable neighborhood, $179,900.
Call 259-8012 or 655-7297. 7/21 p
Old Nursery Plantation, approxi-
mately 3 acres, asking price $75,000.


2 BR, 1 BA singlewide, large
good neighborhood, $450 per
1st, last and $200 escrow. 259-E
7
1 BR apartment. 259-3227.


Syard,
month,


Mobile homes, 2 and 3 BR, A/C, no
pets, $500-$550 plus deposit. 904-860-
4604 or 259-6156. 3/17tfc
1 acre lot for mobile home in Macedo-
nia area off Odis Yarborough. Call
Brian at 759-5734 or 259-6735. 3/24tfc
3 BR mobile homes for rent, no pets,
lawn maintenance included. Rent from
$450-$575 per month, 10 minutes
north of Macclenny. 912-843-8118.
7/7tfc
2 BR, 1 BA in Cozy Corners, Glen
St.Mary, lawn service, trash and water
provided, CH/A, $500 per month, 1st,
last and $300 deposit. 259-7335. 7/7tfc
2 BR trailer, $500 per month. 259-
6391. 7/21 p
Old Nursery Plantation, 5 acres, 3
BR. 2 BA, large doublewide, very
clean, $1100 per month. 259-8304.
7/21p


5877. 3 BR, 2 BA mobile home, $650 per
'/21tfc month, $600 deposit. 259-4183.
7/7tfc 7/21-28p


3 BR, 1 BA house in Macclenny, no
pets, 1st month and deposit, $750 per
month. 259-2005 or 259-0893. 7/21c
Private and plush, 5'/2 acre ranchette,
barn, 2.38 acres fenced, pool, deluxe
hot tub, satellite, 8 sky lights, gas fire-
place, 2 large master suites, like new
inside and out, on the Little St. Mary's -
600' frontage, $1295 plus utilities, ADT
security available already installed,
pets considered. Call 703-927-4986 or
904-653-1152. 7/21-8/11p
3 BR, 1 BA newly remodeled brick
home in Sanderson, no pets or smok-
ing, $725 per month plus deposit. Call
699-1781. 7/21tfc
Mobile home lot, $150 per month, Hwy
127 in Cuyler. 655-5525. 7/14p
,2 BR, 1 BA trailer on 1/2 acre lot in Glen,
$425 per month, $250 deposit. 259-
6846 or 259-4940. 7/14p


Press Advertising Deadline
Monday at 4:30 pm


THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS Thursday, July 21. 2005 PAGE FIFTEEN

Need some extra cash? Looking for a job?
Look no further! The Baker County Press


ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR
) PSYCHOLOGY

LAKE CITY 168 Duty Days Tenured Track
COMMiUITY COLLiE6 to commence January 2006
Master's Degree with at least 18 graduate hours in discipline.
Application Deadline: Review of applications will begin 9/15/05.
Persons interested should provide application, vita, and photocopies of transcripts.
All foreign transcripts must be submitted with official translation and evaluation.
Salary based on education and experience.
Position details and applications available on web at: www.lakecitycc.edu
Human Resources Development
Lake City Community College
149 S.E. College Place, Lake City Fl 32025-2007
Phone (386) 754-4314 ** Fax (386) 754-4594 *. E-mail: boettcherg@lakecitycc.edu
LCCC is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.
VP/ADA/EA/EO College in Education & Employment


Operator/laborer with experience op-
erating an MTL, must be willing to do
general labor and maintenance, trans-
portation to shop needed, only those
willing to work all aspects of job need
apply. Call 275-2328 or 588-3120 be-
tween 9:00 am-4:00 pm only. 7/21 p
Experienced wite down man needed,'
good pay, health insurance. 904-334-.
7890. 7/21-8/4p
Full time caretaker for large acre resi-
dent, housing and salary provided. Call
Monday-Friday 9:00 am-9:00 pm, 904-
759-8641 or 912-843-2363 or fax.re-
sume to 912-843-2543. 7/21-28p
Pipe layer/heavy equipment operator,
should have 3 years experience installing
RCP and utilizing track hoes, CDL li-
cense also desirable. Call 904-693-6660
or apply in person at 5465 Verna Blvd,
Jacksonville, FL 32205. 7/21-28p
Experienced A/C and duct installers,
up to $15 per hour. Must have good dri-
ving record. 259-8038. 7/14-28p
Tractor mechanic with experience
needed at Macclenny Equipment and
Tractor Sales. Have your own tools.
Please call for an interview at 259-
4277, Monday thru Friday, 9 am to 5:30
pm. 6/30tfc
Experienced painters needed. Must
.have tools. 259-5877. 12/30tfc
Local home health care agency seek-
ing PRN registered nurse for local and
surrounding areas. Call 259-3111' for
details. 2/24tfc
Experienced plumber's helper
needed. Must have driver's license and
be able to pass drug test. 275-2683.
7/7tfc


CD-returns not up to par? 12-15% re-
turns guaranteed and 100% secured
by real estate. Local investments.
George Knabb, Jr. 904-219-0480.
7/14tfc


--Reduced. House in Glen St. Mary, lo-
caea within 10 minutes of schools and
shopping. This 2500 sq. ft 3 BR, 2 BA,
2 car garage home on 11' acre is- a
must see with ifs family friendly neigh-
borhood, $199,000. 259-8075, please
leave message. 5/26tfc
$84,000-New frame home, 3 BR, 1 BA,
tile flooring, living room, kitchen/dining
room combo, on 1/2 acre lot in Kings
Manor, Sanderson. All electric appli-
ances. Owner willing to finance. Please
call 259-2255. 6/30tfc


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LET US SELL YOURS...


Land- Located in Lancaster Glen
4'/2miles west of Macclenny. Easy
access to US Hwy. 90.and I-10.
Lot #1- 11.74 acres $76,310
Lot #4- 12.11 acres $78,715
Lot #11- 14 acres $98,000-Pending
Lot #15- 10 acres $65,000
Lot #18- 15 acres $67,500-Pending
Lot #21- 25.42 acres $101,680
13.5 Acres Located on paved road
in Glen St. Mary, zoned agricultural
7.5. Bring your horses & MH or
build your dream home. $125,000.
Nice Affordable Home 3 bed-
room, 2 bath doublewide with large
deck on city lot. CH/A, vinyl siding
with shingle roof. Close to every-
thing. Only $64,900.
10 Acres with 2400+ sq.ft. MH 4
BR, 2 BA, FPL, stainless steel
appliances, split floor plan, eat-in
kitchen, 2004 Homes of Merit in
very good condition. Greenhouse &
storage bldg. $165,000. Additional
10 acres available for $65,000.
Great starter home or rental.
Doublewide on 2.5 acres, 3 BR, 2
BA, 9-l -' lture
(bring r r' a 'n*i: on ,
paved CR 125 north of Glen St.
Mary. Affordably priced at
$6.9009. Reduced to $65,000.
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10 Acre Tract zoned for MH and
horses. Located in a newly devel-
oping ap l~ 'mes
and n. es.
County maintained road. No home
owner association $65,000.
Commercial Lot 14,000 sq. ft.
100 ft. frontage on SR 121. Located
between Waffle House and Day's
Inn, adjacent to 1-10. $125,000.
2 Commercial Buildings Both
occu bbusy
area Dixie
Shopping enter. ac unit has
1000 SF Priced at $129,000 each.
Lot on Little St. Mary's River,
conveniently located between
Glen St. Mary and Macclenny.
This heavily wooded lot is restrict-
ed to site built homes only. 3/4 acre
+ priced at $34,000.
Nice Building Lot- 1.05 acre in
Oakridge (Off of Bob Bumsed Rd.)
.North tfrially
clear! S r on.
Restrict asi R no only.
High and dry with some trees.
Priced at $29,900
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care of all your real estate
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Deep Water- 60 beautiful acres
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
Ten Acre Tract Nice ten acre
tract in Baker County. Approx-
imately ten year old planted pines.
Zoned for horses. Close to US
Hwy. 90 on Arnold Rhoden Rd.
$100,000.
Mobile homes welcome. 2.5
acres with several nice trees
include mal J trees.
Small SOLD perty
Loca i0 *Rd.
$30,000.
Two homes in Jax Very nice
area on, Hecksher Drive in
Jacksonville. This area is known
as Jacksonville's Silver Lining-
North Florida's Keys. Two small
homes on approximately 1/2 acre
each. These homes could be
removed to build your dream
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