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Title: The Baker County press
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Publisher: Tate Powell
Place of Publication: Macclenny Fla
Creation Date: August 11, 2005
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TE BAKER COUNTY PRESS


13840
YONGE LIBRARY FLA. HISTORY
PO BOX 117007 UNIV. FLA
GAINESVILLE, FL 32011


Methods


to reduce


spending


proposed

By department heads
to County Commission

In a complete switch from pre-
vious budget workshops, depart-
ment heads made suggestions to
the Baker County Commission
August 9.
Usually, it is the commission
recommending ways the depart-
ments can trim or otherwise im-
prove their spending requests.
Spokesman Robert Fletcher, the
road superintendent, narrated a
slide show presentation of sugges-
tions to improve and streamline
several areas of both the budget
and government in general.
Topping the list was creation of
a five year plan evaluating each
department's projected needs as
the county grows.
Actually, groundwork has alrea-
dy begun for that process via the
volunteer Buildings and Facilities
Committee. The group has inter-
viewed each department head and
made some recommendations to
the commission.
Currently, the committee's fo-
cus is a feasibility study of build-
ing a new jail specifically to in-
crease the federal inmate boarding
program.
Sheriff Joey Dobson has chal-
lenged the commission to decide if
it wants to commit up to $14 mil-
lion for a new facility, or resign it-
self to losing a revenue source that
at its peak was bringing more than
$1 million to the county.
Actually, current prisoner board-
ing revenue is just over $500,000
for the fiscal year that will end
September 30 about half the
amount projected last fall. The
cells are filling with probation vio-
lators plus more local inmates as
the county's population grows.
The department head committee
had some other suggestions for
"revenue enhancement":
Eliminate refunds to Wiremil,
Northeast Florida State Hospital
and the school district of the fire
and garbage special assessments.
Allow exemptions or discounts
only to senior citizens, disabled
and indigent, eliminating them for
hunt clubs, vacant buildings and
other special interests. This could
add an estimated $75,000.
A county motor pool to con-
solidate vehicle maintenance and
fuel budgets.
Increase the special assess-
ments, which currently are $25 for
fire protection, $50 for garbage
disposal for residences; commer-
cial rates are higher.
Increase fees for building,
planning and zoning service fees.
An "approved vendor" list
with bid process for paper prod-
ucts, office supplies, custodial
items. Mr. Fletcher said the con-
cept of a central warehouse was
rejected because it would require.
an extra employee and climate
controlled storage.
A budget review committee to
research starting salary guidelines
and contributions to non-govern-
ment agencies.
Allow department heads to
make line item budget transfers.
Use tourist tax revenue to pro-
mote activities that attract visitors.
The fund has been tapped once, to
advertise a coon hunt last year.
To enhance employee morale,
department heads suggested a spe-
cial reward fund, and a "perfor-
mance-based recognition pro-

(Page six please)



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Vol. 17 Thursday August 11, 2005 Macclenny, Florida 50o


Developer proposes


utilities expansion


to ex-Blair Nursery


All smiles on the first day of school last week...
Megan Lahrence, followed by her mother Charlotte, throws open the door on the first day of school for her and for Baker County's new Pre-
K1Kindergarten complex on South Boulevard in Macclenny. Only no of the five buildings were open for busmkss August 4, but die rest should be
ready soon. I7iile all schools in the district opened last Thursdam; the Pre-KKmidergarten students urre phased in through the middle of this week In
all the district estimates an enrollment of 4700 in sir schools.


For a handful of dents,



school opens right at home


BY JIM McGAULEY Baker County district.
Press Publisher It'll be a few weeks before the
Last Thursday the focus of activ- complete weekly routine, including
ity in Baker County was centered Friday classes at a Jacksonville co-'
on the opening of school, the annu- op center, kick mi.
al rite of late summer marked by And that's excusable considering
nerv ous l IIBIP .. -.. -, .,-,- ...
kindergart-
ners, newly- ,
Decked out
sophomore
girls and an
immediate
surge in lo-
cal traffic.
For most
of the esti-
mated 4700
public school -
students the
routine is
pretty much
the same,
except for
those mak- 'A'
ing the jump
to another
school. The Dining room classroom: Deborah with children Luke and Michelle (a
first weeks (paying less attention) are Kate and Robby


of a new school year can be trying
for them.
For others, a small handful of
Students, the first day of school
might consist of little more than
trundling down a hallway to a kitch-
en table.
They're the home schoolers.
Baker County has 66 or so of
them by last count, in groups rang-
ing from one to ten. Their numbers
have stayed pretty much the same
the past eight years, unlike some
areas of the country that have expe-
rienced a surge in the ranks of chil-
dren retained by parents and guard-
ians outside traditional school set-
tings.
State law allows them in main-
stream extracurricular activities,
and home schoolers are still requir-
ed to undergo annual reviews by
certified teachers. Other than that,
they remain outside the system,
progressing along through a variety
of prepared curriculums designed
for home use.
Deborah Johnson, a former grad-
uate level state social worker who
quit her job 11 years ago to home
school, timed the start of a new
year last week to coincide with the


the fact that she's taken on respon-
sibility for five of her six children.
Her second youngest, 5-year-old
Robbie, is beginning kindergarten,
and her student-children run all the
way up to 16-year-old Jennifer,
now in the dual enrollment program
at Lake City Community College.
In between there's Michelle, 13,
in the seventh grade, Luke, 10, in
the fifth grade, and 15-year-old
Matthew, a sophomore.
"I actually started a week early
this fall so they could finish some
of the work they left back in June,"
said Ms. Johnson, who along with
husband Steve moved from Jack-
sonville to their attractive brick
home off CR 23A several years
ago.
"I've tried to go year round, but
their friends are all off and playing
when school gets out in May."
In addition to the co-op on Jack-
sonville's northside where home
school moms meet each week to
stage classroom events and trade in-
formation on curriculum programs,
Deborah belongs to a Baker County
group that meets monthly.
She scattered field trips, both in
and outside the co-op, throughout


the year, and the Johnson family in-
corporates educational trips into
their summer vacations.
"The curriculum and supplies
cost about $500 last year, but I'm
able to pass down a lot of the text-
books from
child to child,
"so I'm saving
there, '' said
NIs. Johnson.
"All of this
is a long pro-
cess and you
learn as youl
go. Some years
Nrwe start out a
bit slow but it
picks up pretty
quickly where
they spend
most of their
S. day doing
school work."
The results
-;.. ., so far?
IJ e Jenrnifeer
t table); in background scored well
enough on her
pre-college
SAT battery that she qualified for a
75%. Florida Bright Scholarship at
LCCC, a grant she may be able to
take with her if she follows through
with plans to enter a Bible college.
She's getting As at Lake City,
and says the transition to the tradi-
tional classroom has been smooth.
The Friday co-ops involve class-
rooms, and the children enroll'in
traditional settings in Sunday
School classes.at the First Baptist
Church of Glen St. Mary.
Deborah Johnson, like many oth-
er home school moms, interweaves
a Christian orientation into all the
curriculums. She and her husband
want the same message to flow
through what their children learn in
and out of school.,
"One of the blessings is we're
able to bring the Christianity into it,
along with Bible time and the har-
mony of doing things together as a
family."
As for her, supervising the learn-
ing process means she's more profi-
cient in areas like basic science and
math than she ever was as a college
student at Florida State University.
(Page two please)


Macclenny officials are consid-
ering a proposal that could set the
stage for potential expansion sever-
al miles along SR 121 south of the
current city limits.
Charles Chupp, developer of the
former Blair Nurseries property, of-
fered to pay to extend Macclenny's
utility lines to his proposed subdi-
vision.
That would involve laying about
three miles of pipe for both water
and sewer.
He said he would build in extra
Capacity for future developments to
tap into the lines.
Tony Robbins, a planning con-
sultant for the city, was represent-
ing Mr. Chupp at the commission
meeting August 9.
He estimated the lines could ac-
commodate another 1100 custom-
ers after Blair Nurseries' homes
hook up.
Under the proposal, he said Mr.
Chupp would recoup his costs by
charging tap-in fees to the first 500
units that hookup.
The connections do not include
his development, which is planned
to have nearly 600 units on 200
.acres of the former nursery.
The amount of the fees will be
determined by dividing the total
cost of the project by 500.
Mr. Robbins did not have an es-
timate of the project's cost, al-
though he said it would be a "sub-
stantial amount."
He \%1 i return to the comrmiA':on
Next month with an estimate.
Under the proposal, Mr. Chupp
will turn over the lines to the city
after he recoups his cost.
"You'll have the lines without
paying for the lines," Mr. Robbins


told commissioners.
The city also will be able to sell
the additional capacity built into
the lines, according to Mr. Chupp.
The only concern about the pro-
posal was over the mechanics of
how Mr. Chupp will recoup his
money.
"I have no problem with the
concept, but I have to see details on
the reimbursement," Mayor Gary
Dopson said. "That's the place I
see a fight... [which] is not neces-
sarily going to happen, but if we
do, this will be it."
Commissioner Floyd Bennett
said he felt comfortable with the
situation, but added, "I want to see
some numbers that I really under-
stand about reimbursement."
Mr. Robbins said he hopes to
have those details by the next meet-
ing.
The proposal is nearly identical
to the agreement between the city
and Wal-Mart for the company's
new SuperCenter to be built this
year and next at CR 228 and 1-10.
In fact, Mr. Chupp's proposed
development agreement is "a pla-
giarized version of the Wal-Mart,
agreement," Mr. Robbins told com-
missioners.
Blair Nurseries Inc. needs an'
agreement with Macclenny because
state regulators will not let the de-
velopment have individual wells
and septic tanks due to the type of
soil on site.
Mr Robbins said the project has
been seeking approvals for nearly a
year and a half, about three times
the usual time frame.
During that period, the develop-
(Page six please)


A crudely painted plywood sign signals the end of an era, blocking the chlbhouse,
entrance at the former Pinevicw golf course.


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significant damage td carts by ap-
parently bashing them with their
golf clubs, he said.
In addition, someone stole an
18-foot utility trailer from the
property.
Mr. Dopson, who. is mayor of
Macclenny, said a couple of com-
panies planning large develop-,
ments in the county have indicted
they will build golf courses as well.
He said it probably\ won't be in-
the next year or. two, but golfers
will eventually have their choice
of multiple courses in the county,
possibly including private ones.
The decision by Mr. Dopson to
sell the course stirred some contro-
versy.
Hundreds of county residents
signed petitions opposing the sale,
although they had no legal effect
on a private owner selling his
property.
Many likely signed in order to
show support for maintaining a
golf course in the county.
However, the organizers of the
petition drive, Kevin and Diana
Shell, said their primary concerns
were the potential historic value of
the course and the impact of fur-

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


their development along Lowder
Street.
The Shells live in Copper Creek
Hills; their home and the adjoining
lot, which they own, border one of
Pineview's fairways.
Mr.. Dopson said he sold the.
course because it has been losing
money, and it was an opportunity
for him to secure his family 's fi-
njncial future.
The course also was losing
money in the late 19"0s and near
failure \\hen he and a group that
included Ray Odom and the late
Bobby Dugger bought it. The
group also owned Pine iew Chev-
rolet.
After Mr. Dugger died. Mr. Dop-
son and Mr. Odom held the prop-
erties jointly until several years
ago when they reached an agree-
ment that resulting basically in Mr.
Dopson getting the golf course and
Mr. Odom the car dealership.


ol opens at home...

one) 'childifei are' pr6ogissing just fe''iin
with off-campus learning.
pick up in their ba- She and others speculate that
ks, it broadens your Baker County has the relatively
;e. I think I'm much low (1.5%) percentage home
:d from this high schooling because the district isn't
um than I ever was plagued by problems that drive
declares. parents and children from urban
:er, a Baker County districts.
istrator whose de- Private schools are out-of-reach.
itors home school- for many or most parents' pocket-
strict seeks a coop- books in district like thafi, nd
here with mothers home schooling is a viable alterna-
ho keep their chil- i\ce, if parents make the sacrifice.
regular classrooms, necessary .to keep one at home
ese people are high- during the day.
and'with them you Deborah Johnson is convinced
worry at all. Their that whatever her children missed
g what they need," by 'mainstreaming" in traditional
jltker. classroomss is more thin compen- .
out "intent forms" sated for by their rate of learning,
y the school district and the strength they draw from
\ ill home school, family-oriented aicti\ cities.
undergo an annual The rest, she says, will come la-


evaluation with a certified teacher
to make sure they are working at
or above grade level.
If not, they're tagged "at risk"
and the parents are placed on pro-
bation.
Ms. Walker noted the district
keeps an eye out for parents with
another agenda when they request
home schooling. They may not be
doing it for the best reasons.
Like if their children are chron-
ic truants and the parents have
reached the end of the line. They
may see home schooling as a way
to get the district truant officer off
their back, and they have no inten-
tion of putting in the kind of daily
effort it takes to be a success at it.
"We have to monitor those cas-
es and see that they are doing it for
the right reasons," she said.
Overall, she believes most Bak-


,t*e l. '-' .
Most of the Johnson children
play in the neighborhood with tradi-
tionally schooled children, though
because of thelco-op the) ha\'e
many friends in the home school-
ing ranks.
Jennifer Johnson, for instance,
ran on the BCHS track team last
spring, and counts a number:of tra-
ditional students in art classes she
is teaching.
So, )ou don't see much of home
schoolers, and you' don't hear
much about them amid the hub-
bub of opening a new school year.
But they're out there, out of the
mainstream but at their kitchen
and dining room. tables, on the
sofa or in separate rooms set aside
by their parents.
Many of them, their noses bur-
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Earth's natural


disasters mean its


'warranty' is out


MY SIDE OF

THE MATTER


I heard on the radio the,other
day that we can expect 11 major
Atlantic hurricanes through No-
vember and 21 tropical storms.
Isn't that terrific? I'm still dry-
ing out from last fall's hurricane
season.
I guess it's not safe anywhere,
though.. f I lived in California I'd
have to dodge earthquakes. If I liv-
ed in Kansas, it would be torna-
does.
I've been through tornado and
it's no picnic. When I was at grad.
school in Texas, I was sitting in a
seminar and this ear-deafening air
raid signal went off. The .professor
just kept on lecturing. Finally, after
30 seconds of this nailing siren, I
raised my hand.
"Excuse me, Professor Bass. If
we're being attacked by Russian
ICBMs, don't you think we ought
to do something about it?"
"That's not the Soviets," he an-
swered. "That's just a tornado
warning."
S "O: h, swell." .
Sure enough, a big category 3
tornado had ripped through down-
town Waco while Jeff Bass lectured
on Ronald Reagan's first inaugural
address. I'd escaped hurricanes on-
'ly to run into tornados and dust
clouds.
Later that \ear, a dust cloud
40,000 feet high rolled through
Waco and left a half an inch of yel-
low dust on my car. M\ friends
joked.IhL m\ car. \\m a the onl\ one
left u -e %" rs&
you could usually write )our name
in the dirt anyway.
Of course, if I moved to get
away from the earthquakes and
hurricanes, I might encounter ty-
phoons and tsunamis elsewhere.
Then there's always the possibility
of an asteroid destroN ing the earth.
All of these natural disasters
have got me thinking w which in it-
self.could be termed a natural dis-
aster. With earthquakes, tsunamis
and 21 tropical storms headed our
way, I.have to wonder why we are
seeing so many more natural disas-
ters.
People % ho worry about such
things might predict it is a sure sign
the end of the world is at hand. 1
Don't know about that. People have
been claiming that for 10,000
yeats.' If I held my breath every
time I heard someone predict the
end'of the world, I wouldn't have
to worry about earthquakes and
tsunamis.
Qther folks say our destruction

Correcion...
A news article on a double fat-
ality ih Baldwin on August 2 con-
tained errors both in the names of
the victims and their relationship to
each other. The information was
basedon an initial report by the
Florida Highwaay Patrol.
Killed were Jamie Lynn Carter
of Baldwin and her cousin, Tracie
Davlin of Hilliard.


of the environment is the cause for
all this strange weather. That's
probably true to some degree, but I
have another theory.
'I call it Bob's Small Appliance
Theory of the Universe and the
Earth as'We Know It. In short, you
can use Bob's Small Appliance
Theory (BSAT) to explain most, if
not all of the world's problems.
BSAT holds that the world is out
of warranty. That's right. Some-
where within the last few years, the
Earth's Limited 90 Million Year
warranty ran out.
Now, if you've ever owned a
small appliance, you know just as
soon as the warranty runs out stuff
starts to go wrong. It is never some-
thing simple like replacing the elec-
trical switch. It's always some ex-
pensive vacuum something or other
that can only be gotten in Bosnia
'Herzegovina.
I think that's the case with the
earth. Our warrant 's up, so we can
expect things to start falling apart.
1 mean, we should have seen it
coming. If you read the owner's
manual, you know the earth was a
rush job to begin with.
Who's gonna set about building
a planet in under a month? Six
da.s? Come on. You can't build a
Yugo in six days, let alone a planet.
Corners v ere cut, inferior materials
used. There was very little in the
way of quality control
I can understand that. There
were nine planets that had to be
built before moving on to another
solar system, so the earth had to be
cost-effective.
But come on. The place is' com-
ing apart at the seams. The San An-
dreas fault? A product of shoddy
% elding. if \ou ask me. It's held to-
gue.-
The Grand Canyon? Call it what
you want, it's still just a pot hole
the size of Connecticut.
Niagara Falls? I was born there.
I know what that really is it's
earth's equivalent of a leaky faucet.
Have you ever been in a bayou
or in the Everglades? It stinks in
there. Think overflowing septic
tank.
I don't even want to start on Mt.
St. Helens. There's a pretty poor
job of installing pressure \alves, if
Sou ask me.
It's a good thing this wasn't a
Union job, or nobody would have
gotten paid. Inspectors would have
taken one look at New Jersey and
turned down the whole project
lock, stock and Sahara Desert.
As far as I know, there's nobody
really to blame. It's not like there
was a chance to buy into an. ex-
tended warranty or anything. It's
kind of like my 25 year old Tappan
microwave oven. I just have.to live
with its little quirks or go out and
buy a new one.
The earth is the same way. What
are we gonna do, move to Mars? If
we do, we'd better read the small
print.


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The 'smoke and mirrors' of carryovers


Although there has so far been
only a single budget workshop, the
process by the Baker County Com-
mission could shape into some-
thing interesting this year.
For one thing, County Manager
Jason Griffis is poised to take more
control in his second foray. Ac-
tually, it's really his third, but the
first one in 2003 doesn't count be-


ON THE

-RECORD


cause he had been on the job only a
couple of months.
Last. year was thus his first real


training and truthfully not a very
good one because it was delayed by
a heated election campaign that
tossed out one veteran commission-
er and distracted the two who did
squeak back into office.
A major distraction was the stri-
dent insistence by opponents that
incumbents were mismanaging
county funds by having to dip into


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The damage and destruction caused by six weeks of serious cocaine use can be surpassed with just one
night of methamphetamine use.
This drug is a serious evil in our society, and its roots are deep. Drug abuse is no longer just a "lower class"
problem. It permeates all sectors of society, and strikes rich and poor, black and white, and educated and the
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Methamphetamine is not just a tragedy for the individual family involved; it affects education, law-enforce-
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reserves several years in a row to
balance spending plans.
It turns out that's, true only on
paper: projected revenue has been
less than projected spending.
But by'the time of finance offi-
cer Debbie Perryman's "13th re-
port" that tallies actual income and
outgo after all the figures are in -
the county has managed to sock
away a bit of money instead of go-
ing in the hole.
Commissioners get copies of
that report, generally around De-
cember, when Ms. Perryman closes
the fiscal year books. But it's an-
other thick document to add to the
monthly financial report, twice
monthly'check registers and agenda
packets, other reports, etc.
So it's been a well-kept secret,
hidden simply by non-comment
from those who know, from depart-
ment heads and commissioners
who might be tempted to spend
more if they knew the money was
not as tight as the simple income-
spending budget appears.
But reality began to surface dur-
ing this year's first workshop Au-
gust 9 because commissioners had
recently received copies of the
2003-04 audit showing a pretty
healthy cash carryover right at
the time the board was being told at
budget workshops last fall that
money was so tight there could be
few increases except routine salary
raises.
The tightness is accurate in the
fine and forfeit account, Clerk of
Courts Al Fraser cautioned. With
revenue cut in half by having to fill
jail beds with probation violators
and other local criminals instead of
boarded federal prisoners, the bud-
get there is more than $1 million in
the red.
That money will have to come
from general revenue, which only
has about $500,000 over expenses
so far. That is atop a $350,000 con-
tingency built into the account.
A misunderstanding of the two
types of funds probably fueled the
virulent political rhetoric last year,
as candidates looked at different
documents and drew their own
conclusions.
The commissioners have-done,.,,
similarly in the past, but seem pois-
ed to get a more thorough under-
standing as this year's workshops
unfold. They want an explanation
from the auditor about the distinc-
tions between reserve and con-
tingency funds, from the property
appraiser about the discrepancy be-
tween the number of new homes
showing on the fire and garbage
special assessments contrasted with
building department reports of new
construction, clarification on how
Federal Emergency Management
Agency reimbursements are
worked back into the road and
bridge budget, and whether the
county is being charged on a popu-
lation basis or actual cost per juve-
nile housed at the Gainesville cen-
ter awaiting court hearings.
It should be very educational. In
case any citizens or potential po-
litical candidates- are interested,
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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS Thursday, August 11, 2005 Page Four

'Understandable' audit of county is

finally released; remains a bit dense


As Baker County government
agencies begin the budget process
for the coming fiscal year, officials
are just now perusing an audit of
their spending practices for 2003-
04.
The Governmental Accounting
Standards Board requirements
which took effect for the previous
audit call for business-like proce-
dures that are supposed to make
the audits more understandable by
the public.
It is still a dense document full


DUI driver

dives into rear

seat of vehicle
A man stopped for speeding:
August 4 dove into his backseat
and tried to pretend he hadn't been
driving, but failed to fool Deputy
Charles Goldsmith, who arrested
him for driving under the influ-
ence'.
Micky Turner, 38, of Jackson-
ville also was charged with misde-,
meanor possession of marijuana
and refusal to, take a breath test.
He was cited for speeding, having
an open container in the car, and
driving with a suspended license.
The officer, who was sitting in
the parking lot of Fraser.Funeral
Home on Lowder Street, at first
clocked Mr. Turner at 35 miles per
hour in the 35 mph zone. But as he
passed Martin Luther King Jr:
Boulevard, he accelerated to 62
mph.
Deputy Goldsmith pulled him
over in the parking lot of Wa-
chovia Bank on SR 121. It was
about 10:30 pm.
Inside the car were Mr. Turner
and his two daughters, ages 11 and
14. The officer watched as Mr.
Turner dove into the backseat.
then \walked up to him and asked
to see his dri\ her's license.
S"Why.? I was not dri\ ing."
replied NMr. Turner.
After the deputy said he'd seen
him jump into the back, Nr. Turn-
er admitted--h-'d been dr.iving.-bui--
didh't have a valid license. ...
He then failed roadside sobriety
tests and was arrested for DUI.
Inside the car were an empty
bottle of beer and an emppt bottle
of whiskey There was also a mari-
juana cigarette in the center con-
sole. :
NMr. Turner's license has been
suspended six times, including
three times for DUI.


of numbers and statements. And
the segment of most interest is still
the "findings" outlining where of-
ficials went outside fiscal rules the
previous year.
The Baker County Commission
operations drew the greatest num-
ber of criticisms expected be-
cause it controls the most depart-
ments and money:
An inventory software pro-
gram is needed to keep up with the
county's assets, according to the
auditors. The opening balance did
not match prior-year records; capi-
tal assets acquired during the year
did not reconcile to the general
ledger, disposal dates were in-
accurate, and assets were depreci-
ated after book \ values had been re-
duced to zero.
There was brief mention of the
$13,937 shortage in Aninal Con-
trol revenue with a note that the.
count\ "has investigated and ad-
.dressed the circumstances." Al-
though no-one was charged, strong-
er money transfer protocols are
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grant. The county reimbursed
SHIP for the nearly $40,000. A
new grant administrator is now re-
sponsible for SHIP and the Com-
munity Development Block Grant.
The sheriff's department also
drew several comments:
Property records were lost
when a computer file corrupted.
The data is being reconstructed,
and the auditor recommended rou-
tine backups.
Ten vouchers totaling $9583
did not.have approval or purchase
orders. The department's response
was that Sheriff Joey Dobson signs
off on purchases when there is no
prior approval.
:* Supervisor of Elections Nita
Crawford had to refund $272 sal-
ary somehow paid above the state
approved amount.
'Two checks were signed by an
unauthorized individual.
Clerk of Courts Al Fraser. Tax
Collector Gene Harvey and Prop-
erty Appraiser Tim Sweat had only
the usual comment thatra small
staff does not allow adequate sepa-
ration of incompatible duties like
making bank deposits and then
reconciling the statements.


Youth aims

car at man

during fight

A 17-year-old Glen St. Mary
boy was arrested for aggravated
battery August 7 after he purpose-
ly drove his car into a man.
The boy, however, said Ronald
Stafford had run up and punched
his car following a fight at Mr.
Stafford's home near John Allen
and Orby Rhoden roads north of
Glen.
Police, however, arrested only
the youth.
Deputy Bill Starling arrived at
the home around 12:46 am, where,
Mr. Stafford told him the boy was
asked to leave following an argu-
ment.
The boy later returned, driving
fast past the home, then turned
around and came back again.
Mr. Stafford said he walked to
the road to get him to slow down,.
but the boy swerved toward him
and struck him. Several witnesses
confirmed his version.
One of them, Justin Johns, fol-
lowed the boy and confronted him,
but the south punched him four
times in the face.
After he \ as arrested, the boy
said Mr. Stafford punched, his car
and several witnesses followed
himn leading to a fight. He said
Ms. Stafford hit him.
Aaron Salts, a passenger in the
bo 's car. said Mr. Stafford charg-
,ed him and as they were fighting
someone cut his back w ith a beer
bottle.
In another battery, Deputy Star-
ling filed a sorn complaint with
the state attorney against a patient
at the Northeast Florida State Hos-:
pital.
Bridgette Carroll, 25, hit and
kicked hospital employee Iris
Holmes.
Ms. Carroll said she became an-
gr when Nis. Holmes refused to
give her a cigarette.
She said she knew Nis. Holmes
\ as pregnant (17 weeks). so she
tried to kick her in the leg.
Ms. Holmes, how\e\er, told the
officer Ms. Carroll kicked her in
the stomach.


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Draws a pistol to


A sheriff's deputy had to pull
his gun after a traffic stop August
6 as a father and son drew close to
him while threatening to harm
him.
Charles Lovingood, 43, of Glen
St. Mary was charged with resist-
ing an officer with violence, a
felony, as well as several traffic of-
fenses, including reckless driving
and felony driving with a suspend-
ed license.
His son, Joshua Lovingood, 18,
was charged with failing to come
to the aid of a law enforcement of-
ficer.
Deputy Sgt. Michael Crews
said he was patrolling on CR 125,


he saw the elder Lovingood head-
ed east at a high rate of speed,
passing through the intersection of
CR 125 and CR 127.
Mr. Lovingood came up too fast
on a car in front of him, had to
swerve into the other lane, then
nearly hit the officer's car.
Deputy Crews followed him to
a home on Woodrow Raulerson
Road as Mr. Lovingood drove fast
and erratic, endangering other dri-
vers.
: The officer said Mr. Lovingood
jumped out of his car and tried to
pretend he hadn't been driving by
walking around the yard picking
up trash.
He refused Deputy Crews' re-


quell father, son

quest to step over to the patrol car, At that point, Joshua Lovingood
then started walking away. came at the deputy from behind as
When the officer grabbed his his father continued toward the of-
arm, Mr. Lovingood pulled away, ficer.
assumed a hostile stance and be- Deputy Crews then drew his .40
gan cursing. caliber handgun and ordered both
The officer pulled his baton and men to the ground. They com-
ordered Mr. Lovingood to the plied.
ground. In addition to the two felonies,
Instead, he became more ag- Charles Lovingood was cited for
gressive and stepped toward reckless driving, driving on the
Deputy Crews, who swung the ba- wrong side of the road, passing in
ton at Mr. Lovingood's leg but a no passing zone and having an
missed. expired tag.


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owner who reported him to police.
Jeffery Willard, 21, ofCallahan
was apparently passed out at the
wheel of his car with his door
open. He was parked in front of
the Cantrell Insurance Agency, lo-
cated off west Macclenny Avenue.
Owner Crystal Cantrell called
police at about 9:45 am.
Deputy Randy Davis had to
shake Mr. Willard by the shoulders
to wake him.
Smelling strongly of alcohol
and slurring his words, Mr. Wil-
lard told the officer he'd been at
the Country Club Lounge the night
before, but had too much to drink
and pulled into the parking lot.
Deputy Davis told him he
should call someone to pick him
up.
Mr. Willard agreed to do so,
saying he would walk to a nearby
convenience store to get some wa-
ter and make the call.
Fifteen minutes later, however,
the officer was called to the park-
ing lot again.
Mr. Willard had returned to his
car and was going to drive it away,
bui Ms. Cantrell told him not to.
He-began~yelling-and cursing at


Seek arrest

of suspect

who fled sy

high-speed

Police were seeking a warrant
for Ernie Nettles, 34, who escaped
when a deputy was ordered to
cease his high-speed pursuit of the
Jacksonville man.
Responding to a disturbance
call August 7, Deputy Michael La-
gle arrived at 7:52 pm at the Citgo
on CR 125 near 1-10. -
Angela Nettles, who was work-
ing at the store, told the officer her
ex-husband had been there, but
was driving away.
The deputy saw Mr. Nettles on
the westbound ramp to the inter-
state and went after him.
When Deputy Lagle caught up
to him, Mr. Nettles was driving at
about 100 miles per hour.
S The officer activated his siren
andlights, but Mr. Nettles acceler-
ated to about 112 mph and began
weaving in and out of traffic.
At one point he forced his way
between two cars traveling side by
side, forcing one off the side of the
road.
The chase was terminated after
it was determined that there were
no charges against Mr.- Nettles
arising from the disturbance at the
Citgo.
Police will seek a warrant on re-
sisting an officer via high speed at-
tempt to flee, which is a felony.
Mr. Nettles, whose license has
been suspended 16 times, also
faces charges of reckless driving
and driving without a license as a
habitual offender.

Blood drive
Macclenny Moose Lodge 2412
will host a blood drive on August
13 from 10 am to 4 pm. Music and
karaoke will be provided by Jim-
my Barton. Please come and do-
nate and sing karaoke with Jimmy.
Free Adventure Landing discount
coupons, food and refreshments
will be provided for all donors. Call
275-3034 for more information.


her, then refused the deputy's or-
ders to lower his voice and stop
cursing. '
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Methods to reduce county spending...


Two students injured in collision on Wildcat Drive...
Rescue personnel wheel a stretcher toward a nwaing ambtlance lthe afternoon of August 9 ishordtl after ithe issan in' ie foreground
plowed into the rear of a pickup in a chain-reacuon accident sthorili after Baker High 'ias disnitssed abotr 1.:30. The dretr of ieit Nissan,
16-year-old Corey Varnum of Glen St. Mary (on the stretcher). suinffred noi-lihfe threatening injuries in the accidLenandt, according to
Deputy Ben Anderson. was driving without a license Passenger Jintifer ilseon, IS. of1acclenn'v. i.s aSlsu taken ito Fraser Hospital for'
treatment of a facial laceranon Depur-' Ander,',a sid Ii rIat IIIn s a'ppi il aurv di siracied 1iuid 'trick thu picAtp in line ,to nrn onto L'S '90.
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Fleeing cylist aested with crack
**&S


A Sanderson man w as arrested
August 8 on felony drug charges
after failing in his attempt to.pedal
away from police. ; :
Dontrell Thomas, 28, was
charged with two'counts of
possession of cocaine and one
count of smuggling contraband in-
to the jail.
Deputy James Marker spotted
Mr. Thomas on Friendship Place
in Sanderson at 11:13 pm.
Know ing that Mr. Thomas had
an active warrant on him, the offi-
cer approached him, but he took
off on his bicycle.
He \a3s apprehended, however,
after a brief chase.
Deputy Marker found nine
pieces of crack cocaine in a bottle
on the ground where Mr. Thomas
hadbeen-handcuffed .* -
He dnled jha\in .Jdditionall
drugs, but when he was taken to
the jail, police found two folded
dollar bills containing powder co-
caine.
In other drug arrests on Friend-
ship Place:
SSarah Newton, 52. of Sander-
son was charged wiith possession
of cocaine August 6 after an offi-
cer saw her throw\ a bottle into the
bushes.
DeputN James Parham III re-
trieved the bottle, w which contained
three pieces of crack, and arrested
Ms. New\ton.


Gets 18 months

for runningfriom

police on June 21

A Nlacclenny man arrested June
21 after he crashed a stolen SUV
in northwest Glen St. Mary while
trying to outrun police was sen-
tenced Monday to 18 months in
prison.
Eugene Finley, 21, was charged
with grand theft auto, burglary of a
S,conveyance, felons fleeing and pe-
tit theft.
Circuit Judge David Giant sen-
tenced him to 18 months on each
except the petit theft, for which he
was given 49 days. The terms will
be served concurrently Mr. Finley
will get credit for 49 days already
served.
In other sentencing August 8:
Edwin Boothe received one
year in jail with credit for 56 days
served after pleading no contest to
violating his probation on a bur-
glary charge.
Adrian Rogers received 270t
days in jail with credit for 32 days
Served after he pleaded no contest
to violating probation on grand
theft and resisting an officer with-
out v violence.

Iris society sale
FLAGA Iris Society will hold
its annual summer bearded re-
bloomer iris rhizome and potted
Louisiana sale on August 14. It
'will start at 1:00 pm. The regular
.' meeting will be at 2:00 pm.
It will be held in Gilbert Hall on
the corner of 5th Street (SR 228)
S and Minnesota St. in Macclenny.
Everyone is invited to attend.


A 15-sear-old Sanderson boy
% as charged \with possession of
cocaine August 5 after police saw
him looking at an old tire lying
neit to him.
Deputy Pjrham found a bottle
inside the tire; it contained 16
pieces of crack.
The hbo\ also as carrying $2116
in cash.


In another drug-related arrest.
William Rhoden. 19. of Glen St.
Mary was charged with misde--
meanor possession of marijuana
August 5 after police stopped a car
in which \\as a passenger.
Deputy Brad Doughert\ clock-
ed the car doing 45 miles per hour
in a 35 mph zone on Lo\eder
Street near SR 121 at 12:12 am.


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(from page one)
gram" for managers.
Commissioner Fred Raulerson
thanked the committee for the sug-
gestions, but said he would like.
equal zeal toward trimming spend-
ing.
However, board members had
their own suggestions for adding
revenue:
Check to see if the $120,000
for juvenile justice fees is on a ra-
tio of county population to other
counties in the, circuit court dis-
trict, or per juvenile offender
housed at the Gainesville facility.
Check why the property ap-
praiser lists only 132 new homes
for special assessments, a figure
that does not match figures from
building permits.
Whether the US Marshal's Of-
fice will increase federal inmate
daily boarding' fees to $58.
County Manager Jason Griffis
said much of the interest in the
budget process among department
heads was sparked by a manage-
ment training course earlier this
year.
But commissioners ma\ balk at
his suggestion for $2000 salary\
boosts for 13 employees who com-
pleted the course.
Commissioner Alex Robinson
\\as the most outspoken.
"I don't like $2000 just because
they went to a class. We could use
that money to pay for a full time
fire chief."
He also objected to a proposed
$10,880 raise for planning director
Cathy Rhoden atop her regular
$1000 salary increase under coun-
ty guidelines. He noted that raise
plus 520.000 slated for the North-
east Florida Regional Planning
Council could have paid the salary'
of a certified planner.
An extra $1000 hike abo\e the
regular $1200 raise is recommend-
*ed for building department secreta-
ry Bobbi Thrift.
Also recommended for building


Proposes

expansion

(from page one)
ment e\ol ed from a planned
equestrian community with five
acre lots surrounded by trails and
community barns, to its current
plans for about 577 mixed housing
units on 200 acres.
It is located along the west side
of SR 121 between Bobby Sapp
Road and Mud Lake Road. The
property extends \\est to near CR
125.
Mr. Robbins said the develop-
ment was not intended to be part
of the city. at least at the begin-
ning.
Mayor Dopson said he was in-
terested in the proposal because he
has been expecting the city to ex-
pand down SR 121.
In addition, he said he sees the
city piggybacking.the Wal-Mart
agreement to expand down CR
228.
Recently, city manager Gerald
Dopson spoke about possible ex-
pansion to the west, telling Glen
St. Mary officials Macclenny is
considering using its lines to the
high school and Westside Elemen-
tary to add more customers in that
area.


and zoning is an additional clerical
worker to help Ms. Rhoden and
Ms. Thrift.
A full time slot is recommended
for County Fire Chief Richard Do-
lan, the third year for that proposal.
Other new positions recommend-
ed: a second courthouse informa-
tion technician, two road deputies,
two jail deputies, two dispatch of-
ficers, another courthouse security
deputy.
Clerk of Courts Al Fraser said
he does not like the guideline rais-
es, which are $1200 for employees
making up to $25,000, $1000 for
the next tier to $35,000, theni3%.
"Not everybody works to .the same
level," he explained.
The commission did not specif-
ically address the budget.or indi-'


vidual proposals, As submitted,
the tally is $17.305 million pro-
posed spending next year against
only $15.716 million income.
The biggest deficit is $1.133
million in fine and forfeit, which
includes the sheriff's department,
court, prosecutor, public defender
and medical examiner. Road and
bridge also shows a deficit of
$848,642, but some may be cover-
ed by FEMA revenues for storm
related expenses last year.'
Special fire has a $107.804 def-
icit. General revenue has a.$505,-
786 cushion which will likely be
transferred ,to balance .deficits in
other areas. Special garbage is bal-
anced at $696,941.
The,,,exi workshop will be
Tuesday, August 16.


SChris & Deidra Rhoden are pleasedU
to announce the birth of their son.
Tavien Clark Rhoden. Tai\ en \ as born
on June 15 at Baptist Hospital. Taien
weighed 6 lbs. 15 oz. and was 21 inch-'
es long.
Proud grandparents are Vicki andi
Roann Padgett of Glen St. Mary,
Patrick Wagoner of Orange Park,
Wayne.and Cathy Rhoden of
Taiven Clark Rhoden Mhacclenny'.






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Siblings die in

a car accident,
Ronnie Allen Gunter Jr., 30, and
sister Kayla Nicole Gunter, 9, both
of Lawtey, died August 6, 2005
from injuries sustained in an auto-
mobile accident. He was born in
Gainesville on July 31, 1975, and-
was a lifelong resident of Bradford
County. They were both members
of New River New Congregation
Methodist Church of Raiford.
Miss Gunter would have been a
third grader at Starke Elementary
School this year..
They were predeceased by fath-
er Robbie W. Gunter Sr. Survivors
include mother Kathy Silcox Gun-
ter of Lawtey; sisters Penny Eng-
lish of Lawtey and Kim Crawford
of Jacksonville; brother Billy Gun-
ter of Lawtey; grandparents Lu-
cille and Robert Hardenbrook of
Tenn.
Visitation was held August.9
and 10 from 6-8 pm at Jones Fu-
neral Home in Starke. A funeral'
service will be held August 11 at,
"200 pm at DeWitt C. Jones Chap-
el with Pastor Joy Thornton offici-
ating. Interment will be in Dyal
Cemetery.


Robert Krogman

dies August 3rd
Robert LeRoy Krogman, 82. of
Baldwin died August 3, 2005 at
his home. Mr. Krogman was born
August 19, 1922.
He' was predeceased by parents
LeRoy Krogman and Flossie M.
Beech Krogman. Survivors in-
Sclude his wife of 43 years, Cather-
ine "Kitty" Krogman; sons Tom
Krogman (Maxine), Terry Krog-
man (Mary), Tim Krogman, and
Tony Krogman (Mary); daughters
Barbara Donaldson (John), Becky
Sue Swaber, Marilyn Russell and
Judith Ervin (Harry).
A service will be held at 11:00
am August 11 at the First Baptist
Church of Baldwin with Pastor
Chris Drum officiating. Prestwood
Funeral Home of Baldwin is in
charge of arrangements.


Vickie Lanier

dies August 7
'ickie L\nn Lanier, 54, of Jack-
;. on sY 'id-Augst' 7, 2005 at her
home following a sudden illness.
She was a native of Goldsboro,
N.C. and resided in Jacksonville
since 1963. She was employed
with Blue Cross Blue Shield for
many years and most recently as a
customer service representative
with the Internal Revenue Service.
She was a member of the Thunder
Swamp Holiness Church of Mt.
Olive, N.C.
She was predeceased by parents
Louis Wade and Aubrey Evely.n
Outlaw Wiggins. Survivors include
husband Jim Lanier of Jackson-
ville; son Aubrey Strickland (Sher-
ry) of Jacksonville; brother Edward
Wiggins (Debbie) of Jacksonville.
A service will be held August
11 at 11 am at Guerry Funeral
Home of Macclenny. Please make
memorials to the American Diabe-
tes Association in Jacksonville.

Thanks so much
The family of Charles Daniel
Goldsmith would like to thank
God for answering our prayers and
not letting there be any pain during
his illness.
A thank you to Rev. Albert Star-
ling and the church members at
Glen Friendship Tabernacle Church
for their prayers, food and flowers.
To Edward McDonald for his
words of wisdom in our time of
grief; they are a blessing. A special
thanks to Joey Dobson and the
sheriff's department and the staff
for the food and flowers. Also a
very special thank you to the fami-
ly and friends who were there
when we needed them.
Everyone was a real blessing to
us. Thank you from the bottom of
our hearts. God bless you all.
THE GOLDSMITH FAMILY


In Memory
of

Pattie Lynn Nipper

Dilley
8/12/1967 8/10/2005
It has been three years since God
came running to take you up to heaven.
We miss you every single day. I try to
remember you can't do anything about
what is gone, but you can do something
"about what is left. I have some beautiful
memories of you, and I see you ever,
time I see your son. Your memory lives
on. We will never forget you and some-
day we will be together again.
WITH ALL OUR LO\E,
MOM, DADDY, BRENDA, ALLEN & CODY


Mr. Whitfield

dies last Friday
Elzie Lynnwood Whitfield died
August 5, 2005 after a lifelong
battle with a hereditary kidney dis-
ease. He re-
ceived a "sec-
ond chance"
on life from
his son's dO-
nated kidney
on March 30,
but developed
complications
after the sur-
gery. He .was
born August 2,
1947 in Sa-
Mr. Whitfield vannah, Ga.,
moved to Dinsmore in north Jack-
sonville at a young age, attended
Dinsmore Elementary, Paxon Jr.
High and graduated with the Pax-
on 1965 Eagles. Heiworked at Os-
teen's Pharmacy, Moore Dry Kiln
in Jacksonville, and in 1971 start-
ed Grasshopper Lawn Service, la-
ter renamed W\hitfield's La \n and
Landscaping. During the 1960s
and early 1970s, his 1955 Chevy
"Gangrene" won him numerous
drag racing trophies.
In 1972, Mr. Whitfield moved
his family to Macclenny and.
helped renovate the Bertha Wolfe
Health Department to the present
day Emily Taber ibfary. In 1973,
he joined the Church of Jeasus
Christ of Latter Da\ Saints. where
he held manh positions including
scoutmaster \ith training at Little
Philmont in Cimarron, N.MN.. and
as building and landscape superni-
sor of the southeast region cover-
ing Florida, Georgia and A.abama.
In 1995,. Mr. Whitfield \welcomed
the Jacksonville Jaguars football
team as a season-tickel holder
.going to almost ever. game in 10
years.
He w\\as predeceased by father
George Wesley Whitfield. Survi-
vors include children Elisa Lcnn
Whitfield Reagan (William) and
granddaughter Elizabeth Rose Rea-
gan: son Errol Lvnnwood Whit-
field and grandson Errol Lynn-
wood Whitfield Jr.: best friend and
mother of his children Yvonne
Rose Type: mother Dora Beatrice
Burroughs Whitfield Edge: broth-
ers Ronnie Whitfield (Cind\i, Lar-
ry Whitfield, Ricky Whitfield
(Theresa), Earl Whitfield, Michael
XX hitfield and MNark X jitield:skis-
ter KaM Whitfield; Aunt Elisa and
Uncle Lewis Frawley.
A service w as held August -' at
his church in NMacclenny. \ ith
Bishop Zachary Smallwood. and
President Joseph Heath officiating.
Interment \\as at Dinsmore Ceme-
tery in Jacksonville. In lieu of tlow--
ers, Mr. \Vhitfield's wish is for do-
nations to National Kidney Foun-
dation. V. Todd Ferreira Funeral
Services of NMacctenn\ was in
charge of arrangements.


THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS Thursday, August 11, 2005 Page Seven


In Memory
of

Effie Perkins
5.'20'1945 8:13/2003
It h is been n0o years since you have
been gone, so...
We whisper your name to ourselves.
We whisper happy birthduly and lie'
love you.
We whisper we still think ofyou
every day.
lIe w/Ih/sper good night uinl wi

We whisper take care and hope your
angel ears can hear our whispers here
onearth. ,
lite whispet because we e' laid
/iia if we speak too loud, our hearts
hill heai aand break again.
Sc, li' .i-st ti'/iispe/ in lot Iyou and
hii oi e'in much.

E" L E N. MhiI-iLLE. RENi r\.
SI. 1TiLE. P-TRJ.:E. RI iNN
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In Loving Memory
of

James Benjamin

Callowav
S 3.8'1967 -S5 005
Ben,
From theI day iyou camet into our llves,
our world became berei Yoiur bright
smile and gloti ng pet sonaliry c/ias ed
our dark clouds away. You itie ttiie
most kmtid-hearted, generous mian I 't e
ever met,t and I ami thankt/dl .ot /i Imh ic
Iehad togehtie /id t/l.' ./, d ance tur n.
It i(/ort on. Yol u ill otii a l s be in our
hearts iI\e lote anid mss \Oil, bab\.
LOE ,L.. '\ HL- .TH '. & G ,E


Deep appreciation
The family of Ryan Carter is
grateful to the Florida..Highwa')
Patrol. A special thanks to Baldwin
Police Department being there in
our need and to Gun Turcotte for
being a special friend in our time
4of need. --:
I THE F.-.llL' CF J -o.ll L'lNNi(.C TE



Gospel sing
Dinkins Church %w ill host a gos-
pel sing on Sunday night, August
14 at 6:00 pm. It \ ill feature the
Gibbs family. Refreshments \will
be served.


31 118:

Come and magnfy the Lord and worship with us

Glen Friendship Tabernacle
Clinton Ave. Glen St. Mary
WJXR Radio Service Sunday 8:30 am
Morning Worship Service 10:30 am
Children's Church 11:30 am
Evangelistic 6:00 pm
Bible Study (Wed.) 7:30 pm
Please visit our website at: http: wwwtglentab.com
Rev. Albert Starling Home: 259-3982 Church. 259-6521
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In Loving Memory
of

James Benjamin

Callowav
3/8/1967 8/5/2005
Ben.
From the dai' vou came imo our lives.
our world became better Your bright
smile and glowing personality chased
our dark clouds away. bou were the
most kind-hearted, generous man I 've
ever met, and I am thankfid 'for the nine
we had together and the chance for me
to love you. You till always be in our
hearts. ie love and miss vou, baby.
Lo 4AL\ SA S. 1HE-lTHER & G CiCE


WAelcoimwe

First Baptist Church

of Sanderson
CR 229 S., Sanderson FL

Sunday School 10:00 am
Sun. Morning Worship 11:00 am
Sun. Evening Worship 6:00 pm
Wed, Eve. Bible Study 7:00 pm

Pastor Bob Christmas


MEETING DATE
Notice is hereby given that the Baker County
Hospital Authority/Baker County Medical Ser-
vices will hold a combined meeting on Wednes-
day, August 24,2005 at 5:30 pm.
The meeting will be held at the Commerce
Center, 20 East Macclenny Avenue, Macclenny,
Florida 32063.
The public is invited to attend.
Debra Gnann
Chairman
8/11c
Public Hearing Notice
The Baker County District School Board will
hold the following public hearings on Tuesday,
September 6, 2005, in the District School Board
Meeting Room located at 270;South Boulevard
East, Macclenny, Florida I
Beginning at 6:30 pm (will be held consecu-
tively)
2005-2006 Student Progression Plan
and Student Code of Conduct
2004-05 and 2006-07 Special Programs
and Procedures (SP & P)
Tne puDlic is invited and encouraged to at-
tend.
7/28-9/1c

PUBUC NOTICE
The quarterly meeting of the Baker County
Transporation Disadvantaged Local Coordinating
Board will take place at 10 am. Thursday, August
18. 2005 ai nme Baker County Family Health De-
partment, 480 West Lowder Street. Macclenny,
Florida All interested persons are invited to at-
lend The Northeast Florida Regional Council ad-
heres lo me Amencars with Disabilities Act and
will make reasonable modifications for access to
this meeting upon request. Requests should be
received at least 72 hours in advance of the
meeting in order to allow time to provide the re-
quesed service For more information, contact
ine Nonneast Florida Reglpnai Council at (904)
279-0880 between the hours of 8 am-5 pm, Mon-
day through Friday
8/11c

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
BAKER COUNTY., FLORIDA.
CASE NO 02-05-0030-CA
PATRICIA L FISH. Trustee of he Benjamin
F Fisr. Revocable Living Trust U/A dated August
9, 2001 and PATRICIA L FISH Trustee o1 the
Palrcia L Fish Trust Revocable Living Trust U/A
daled August 9, 2001
Plarri.n .


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STELMA KENNETH STELMA ner husband and
Sandy UNKNOWN TENANTS living at ne rental
property localed at 17866 John Alien Rd Glen
St Mary FL 32040.
Defendants
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to
an order of linal judgment 01 Ioreclosure entered
n in e abo.vecaptioned action, I will sell Ine prop-
erry situate in Baker County. Florida described as
follows
IOIIOwS
Lol 16, Alien Lands, a subdivision as
recorded in Plat Book 2, pages 58-58A
of the public records of Baker County.
Florida.
Together with: 1984 SWMH
ID# FLFL1AD497005514
Together with: 1983 SWMH
IDOTW1FLHS2504
at public sale 1o Ine highest and best bader for
cash. at mne Ironi door of the Baker County Court-
nouse Macclenny. Florida at 11 00 am on tne
9ir, day ol August 2005
Al Fraser
Clerk of Courts
By Bonnie M Pallescni
As Deputy Clerk
,_,, F 'l. ,;TTCnFrlE'r'
3. '3 South5lri 'Sireer 'i'
Macdlenny, FL'32063
Telephone: (904) 259-6606
&,4-11C


IN THE CIRCUIT.COURT FOR
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE NO 02-2005-CA-0112
DAVID T YARBOROUGH and
DANA M YARBOROUGH. nis wife
Plainifts.
vs
LINDA KATHLEEN THOMPSON. nol known
to be dead or alie, and all unknown grantees.
credit.rs, and all olher parties claiming by.
rnrough. under or against them. and if dead, Iheir
unknown spouses, heirs devisees, grantees,
:redlors and all olher parties claiming by.
inroug,. under or against then and all unknown
Jra3nles. creditors and all oiner pansies claiming
by. Inrough, under or against Inem, and, if dead.
or not known to be dead or alive, Ineir several
and respective estates, unknown spouses, heirs,
devisees. grantees and creditors, or other parties
claiming by. Inrougn. under or against those un.
known natural persons. and Ihe several and re.
speclive unknown assigns, successors in interest.
trustees, creditors lienors or any other party
claiming by. through, under, or against any corpo-
ralion existing or dissolved, or olner legal entity
named as a defendant. and all claimants, persons
or parties, natural or corporate, or whose exact le-
gal status is unknown, claiming under any ol the
above named or described defendants or parties,
or claiming to have any right title. or interest in
and to me lands hereafter aescnbed
Defendant
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO- LINDA KATHLEEN THOMPSON not
known to be dead or alive
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED tnat an action
to quiet title on the following property in Baker
County, Florida.
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 88P38'30" East on the North line
of said Southeast 1/4, 1,554.36 feet;
thence S 0O05'45- East, 490 feet;
thence South 37932'30' West, 585.28
feet; thence South 25117'20" West,
565.14 feet; thence South 70'38'301
West, 40 feet to the point of beginning
of the parcel of land herein described;
thence North 8221'30" West, 125 feet;
thence South 0958'30" 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 1127'15" East from the point of
beginning; thence North 11927'15"
West, 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., PA., attorney, whose
address is 445 East Macclenny Avenue, Mao-
clenny, Florida 32063; (904) 259-3155, within
tnirty (30) days after the first publication of this no-
tice and on or before 18th day of August. 2005,
and to file the onginal with the clerk of this court
either before service on Frank E. Maloney. Jr.,
PA.. anorney or immediately thereafter; otherwise
a default will be entered against you for the relief
demanded in the complain or petition.
Witness my hand and seal of this court on
this 18th day of July, 2005
Al Fraser
Clerk of Courts
by Jamie Crews
Sas Deputy Cerk
Frank E. Maloney, Jr., PA.
445 East Macclenny Avenue
Macclenny, Florida 32063
(904)259-3155
7/21-8/11C


PUBLIC NOTICE
The quarterly meeting cl ine Baker County
Local Mitigation Strategy Commitee wil take
place at 10:00 am, Tuesday, August 23, 2005 at
the Baker County Administration Building, 55
North 3rd Street, Macclenny, Florida. All interest-
ed persons are invited to attend.
8/11c

HIGGINBOTHAM'S TOWING & RECOVERY
P.O. BOX 1120, US 90 WEST
GLEN ST. MARY, FL 32040-1120
Phone (904) 259-4375 FAX (904) 259-6146
The following vehicles will be sold at public
auction at Higginbotham's Towing & Recovery,
US 90 West, Glen St. Mary, FL. 32040.
August 26, 2005at 0 am
1994 Jeep Wrangler
VIN# 1J4FY19P9RP449524
September 2, 2005
1993 Saturn four door
VIN# 1G8ZF5596PZ182457
1984 Dodge Pickup
VIN#1B7K036WXES279382
1991 Plymouth four door
VIN# 1P3XA46K3MF571318
8/1c

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Frank
Dodd, Ite older of Ine following cenificae. nas
filed said cendticale lor a tax deed to be issued
thereon. The certificate number ana year of issu-
ance. the description o01 me property and the
name in which it was assessed are as follows.
Certilicale Number. 99-00093
Year ol issuance- 1999
Descr;pl;ori of property- 29-1S.20.0036-0402.
0130 Lol 13 of Secton B' of Bloc of Yaroor-
ough Spornsman Park as per map recorded in
Official Records Book I page 680, 680a, 681a,
Official PuDlic Recoras of Baker County, Florida.
Ail of said property being ,n the County of
Baker. State of Florda
Names in wnicn assessed: HENRY LEE
YOUNG TRUST AGREEMENT
Unless such cenificate snail be redeemed ac.
cording to Ine law. Ire property described inr, scnh
certificate will be solar to the highest bidder at Ihe
front door of tre Baker County Counhouse on
October 14, 2005. at 11-00 am
Dated this 2nd day of August, 2005


AlIFraser
Clerk of Couns
Baker County Florida
By Bornie M Pallesch,
As Deputy Clerk


8/4 25c


NOTICE OF PROPOSED ORDINANCE
OF THE BAKER COUNTY
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
Notice is hereby given that tne proposed ordi-
nance whose title hereinafter appears will be
brought up for public hearing on Tuesday. Sep-
tember 6, 2005. at the meeting ol Ine Baker
County Board oi County Commissioners. com-
mencing at 6.00 pm. in the County Administraton
Building at 55 North Third Street in Macclenny.
Florida A copy ol said ordinance may be inspect-
ed by any member ol the public at the County Ad.
ministratlon Building, address stated above, in
Macclenny. Florida On the dale above-menhton
ed, all interested parties may appear and be near
with respect to this proposed ordinance.
Ordinance No: 2005-56
An ordinance of the Board of County
Commissioners of Baker County, Flori-
da, amending Section 10.02.10 of the
Baker County Land Development Reg-
ulations to adjust the administrative
and regulatory fees collected by Baker
County for permits and applications:
authorizing the Board of County Com-
missioners to adjust administrative
and regulatory tees by resolution; es-
tablishing uniform fees for profession-
al services related to development; su-
perseding resolution 2005-02; provid-
ing for severability and providing an
effective date.
8/11c


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
BAKER COUNTY FLORIDA
CASE NO 02-2005.CA-0024
DIVISION JUDGE ELZIE S SANDERSI
SOUTHERN EQUITY FUNDING. INC a
Floria corporation
Plaintif.
vs
JIMMIE HENRY DAGGER a/Jka JIMMIE H
DUGGER and VICKY DUGGER his wile.
Defendants
AMENDED NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN nma pursuant o0
an order or a final judgement 01 foreclosure en-
tered in the above captioned action. i will sell Ine
property situalea in Baker County. Florida de.:
scribed as
Parcel One:
Commence at the Intersection of the
northerly right of way line of State
Road #130 at its Intersection with the
Westerly line of Eulle Dugger Road, a
60 foot right of way and run N. 0'20'43
West, along said Westerly right of way
a distance of 741.60 feet to the point of
beginning; run thence N. 64931'38'
West, 410.00 feet; run thence N
0120'43' West to the northerly line of
grantor's property as distributed by
Warranty Deed recorded July 21, 1981
In O.R. Book 67, Page 584/586; thence
run S 64931'38 East along said
Northerly property line 410 feet more
or less to the Westerly right of way of
said Eulle Dugger Road; thence run S
020'43" East along said right of way
line 106.00 feet more or less to the
point of beginning, and lying In the SE
1/4 of the NE 1/4 of Section 23, Town-
ship 3 South, Range 21 East, Baker
County, Florida.
Parcel Two:
Commence at the Southwest corner of '
the SE 114 of the NE 1,4, Section 23,
Township 3 South, Range 21 East, and
run thence N 020'43" W. along the
West line of the SE 1/4 of the NE 1/4,
795.62 feet to the point of beginning;
thence continue N 0"20'43" W, along
said West line 320.0 feet; thence S
64931'38' E, 555.25 feel to the West
right of way of Eulle Dugger Road,
thence S 0920'43" E, along said West
right of way line, 212.0 feet; thence N
7521'30" W, 517.42 feet to the point of
beginning. Less and except that one
acre parcel deeded to Jimmie Henry
Dugger as recorded In OR Book 71,
Page 55 In the public records of Baker
County, Florida.
The West 50 feet thereof and the North
15 feet thereof being subject to ease-
ment for drainage ditch.
Subject to deed of restrictions as
recorded in OR Book 79, Page 390 of
the public records of Baker County,
Florida.
at public sale. to the highest and best bidder lor
cash, at the front entrance lobby ol the Baker
County Courthouse. 339 East Macclenny Av-
enue, Macclenny, FL at 11 00 o'clock a.m. on Ine
29th day of August, 2005.
AI Fraser
Clerk ol Courts
By Bonnie M Pallescni
As Deputy Clerk
NORMAN P. FREEDMAN. P.A.;
525 North Newman Street
Jacksonville. FL 32202
Telephone: (904) 354-8448
Attorney for Plaintiff
Jimmle Henry Dugger
Sa/ka H. Dugger
S and Vicky Dugger, his wile
Post Office Box 975
Glen St. Mary. FL 32040
8/4-11C


Ms. Green

Completes basic
Falon Gaskins Green, daughter'
of Nellie M. Gaskins Thompson
(deceased) and Jerry Robinson of
North Carolina, completed basic
training for the US Army on Au-
gust 5 in Fort Jackson, S.C. She is
attached to the 239th Infantry
Regiment.
Ms. Green is a 2004 honor
graduate of Baker Count\ High
School, and the granddaughter of
Richard Gaskins of Sanderson.
She.will be stationed in Virginia.

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Sunday Service 10:00 am



/FAITH BIBLE

CHURCH
New Hr,ip flr th. Comnitr.,ri\'
Five Churches Road
Hwv 127 i Sander-,on,, FL

Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Sunday Morning Worship 11:00a.m.
\\ed. Night Bible Study 7:00 p.m.
Even 4" Sunda Night Senice 7:00 p.m.

\ Vi dellIf Ifilliams -Pastor /


YOU-STORE MINI STORAGE
305 E. FI. Avenue
Macclenny, Florida 32063
Trne Iolla.,in unils contalining sucn pr.-.perty
a; rurn.rure noui:ern.goi els c will c.e sold at
puC.iic au-iionr on AulluSI 26 io pay back rrii
Tlrrii ria..e up until me time .: ihe sale to saiis-
ri ta,:v r.ni
AI Brown #14
Nick Boatright #53
Tina Watkins #82
Will Abbott #88
Heather Crews #56/#57







THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS Thursday, August 11, 2005 Page Eight



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'Ben' Calloway

dies at home
James "Ben" Calloway, 38, of
St. George, Ga., died August 4,
2005 at his home. He was a native
and lifelong resident of Baker
County.
He was predeceased by father
William Joseph Calloway Sr., and
grandmother Rosa Croft. Survi-
vors include wife Shauna Callo-
way of Macclenny: mother Betty
Barlow of Jacksonville: grandfa-
ther William Leslie Croft of Jas-
per, Fla.; daughters. Brandi.Callo-
way of Sanderson and Deaina
Lobrisfoot of Jacksonville: son Ja-
mie Calloayv Jr. of Macclenny;
brothers William Joseph Ca(lo-
way Jr. of Lake City and.Bryan
Callow av of Tucson. Ariz.
Service \was held August 10 at
Guerry Funeral Home of Macclen-
nyv with Rev. Elmer Holbrook offi-
ciating. Interment followed in Oak
Grove Cemetery in Macclenny.

usie Grffin, 98,
"mother of local
Susie Louise Griffin. 98. died
August 8. 2005. She \ as born
April 11. 1907 in Wa\cross. Ga..
and \was a member of Danville
Church of Christ. Lake Butler.
She vwas predeceased by parents
Sarah and Alfred Strickland; all of
her brothers and sisters: husband
William Gu\ Griffin; daughter
Ruby Florine Word; grandchildren
Laurie Bums and Timoih\ Da\vis.
Survivors include sons William Jr.
(Janet) of Mt. Airy. ld.. Donald
(Sandra) of Ft. George, Ca.. Larrn
(Lois) of Callahan: daughters
Belt\ Howard iKen) of Jack-
sonville, Virginia Rhoden (Elijah)
of Starke. Ernestine Da is (Noah)
of Glen St. Mary; son-in-law
Harold Word Sr.: 25 grandchild-
ren, 60 great-grandchildren. 44
great-great grandchildren.
A funeral service \%as conduct-
edvy great-grands'dn -Terrenee'.
Rh'hoen I:on Au-' 9 at Tov ,n aind
Country Funeral Home ot Jack-
son\ille. Interment followed at
Riverside Memorial Park. In lieu
of flowers, memorial contributions
may be made to Communit\ Hos-
pice of Central Florida.


DINKINS NEW
CONGREGATIONAL
METHODIST CHURCH
CR 127 N. of Sanderson
Sunday School 10:00 am
Sunday Morning Service 11:00 am
Sunday Night Service 6:00 pm
Wed. Night Service 7:30 pm
Wnere Everyone i Siometody and
Jesus is the Leader
EVERYONE WELCOME
Pastor Rev. Erne Terrell
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S Mt. Zion N.C.
Methodist Church
Hwv. 121 N. 259-4461
Sunday School 10 001
Sunday morning service 11:00
Sunday night servi-ce o:00
\Ved. ser ice :00l p.m. ..
THECHLiruCHTHIT ,..
RE-LL'I CARE [! V.
E\EROi ONE WELCOME!
PVst.ir Re-i Bobbw Gnffin
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FIRST UNITED
METHODIST
o CHURCH
93; H 5in St Macclenny 259-E3551
Sunday School: 10:00 am
Sunday Worship: 11:00 am
Sunday Youth: 6:00 pm
Wednesday Dinner: 5:45 pm
Wednesday Worship: 6:15 pm
': John L. Hay, Jr., Pastor /


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Benjamin Chism

dies August 5th
Benjamin Franklin Chism, 65,
of Moniac, Ga., died August 5,
2005 at his home. He was born
October 5, 1939 in Moniac and
lived there all his life. Mr. Chism
retired after 20 years as supervisor
with the water department of the
City of Jacksonville. He was a
member of Moniac Baptist Church
anda 32nd degree Mason of the
Dawkins Masonic Lodge #60 of
Macclenny.
Mr. Chism was predeceased by
'parents Robert Leon and Effie
Dowling Chism. Survivors include
his wife of 46 years. Glenda Joyce
Williams Chism: daughter Teresa
Crawford (Mitchell); sons Mike
Chism (Rhonda), Bryan Chism
(Dedra) and Greg Chism (Amy);
sister-in-law Lois Chisholm, all of
Moniac; eight grandchildren and
three great grandchildren.
A service was held August 8 at
his church with Pastor James Con-
nor officiating. Internment was at
Canaday Cemeter\ with Masonic
rites. V. Todd Ferreira Funeral Ser-
cices of Macclenn \ was in charge
of arrangements.


I-il Si.'t&
Sitinwi


Sunday schm.il
Sunday Morning Worship
Sunday Evening Worship


9:30 am
10:15 am
6:00 pm


Tracie Davlin, 30,

ofHilliard, Fla.
Tracie Lynn Davlin, 30, of Hil-
liard died August 2, 2005 in an
automobile accident that also took
the life of her cousin Jamie Lynn
Carter. She was born May 3, 1975.
Survivors include parents John
Allen and Theresa Gail Thompson
Davlin; daughter Haylee Marie Gin-
netto; brothers Kenny Varnadore,
Dustin Davlin (Gabby) and Bran-
don Davlin; grandmothers Nell
Hartley and Cora Davlin.
A service was held August 6 at
Prestwood Funeral Home of Bald-
w in with George Keith officiating.
Interment \was at Brandy Branch
Cemetery. Pallbearers were Darri-
en Sullivan, Doug'Carlton, Kenny
Varnadore, Paul Thompson, Dar-
rell Thompson and Danny Studa-
vent. In lieu of flowers, contribu-
tions may be made to the account
of Haylee Marie Ginnetto at Coun-
try Federal Credit Union in memo-
ry of her mother.

In Loving Memory
of
Frank Alvin Hicks
A wonderful dad, husband
and grandfather
SI's been a year since you 'e been
gone. They sa.y the first year is thie
hardest. Lord kn ows t has been hard.
You're in our hearts every day. We go
to sleep at night and i e knoi you're
there watching over uis.' Ie niss you
Land love YOtu!
.AME. S.INDE CHRISJ. JOSHi. E\ERETT.
GIN, .ANN-. TR.- JENmN Hicks


Pastor:
Paul Hale

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First Baptist Church
GLEN ST.. M RY4,FLQRIR~ ;' ,,,;
S..Sunday School 9:45 AM Sunday Morning. Worship 11'AM
Sunday Evening Worship 6 PM
Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7 PM


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to Baker
Colutly1 "


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


First Community Holiness Church

THANKS YOU!


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CHRISTIAN

FELLOWSHIP

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andrs Independent Pentecostal Chu'rch
259-4940 Seventh St. & Ohio Ave., Macclenny


Sunday School
Sunday Morning Worship
Sunday Evening Worship
Wednesday Night Service
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Youth Programs


Sunday School
Common Ground Sunday
SCommon Ground Wed. (Teens)
God Kids Sunday
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Tim Tbotnas
259-4575


10:00 am
11:00 am
6:00 pm
7:00 pm
9:15 am


10:00 am
11:00 am
7:00 pm
11:00 am
7:00 pm


Youth Pastor
Gar' Crummev


www.christianfellowshiptemple.com


Lorenza Blue

dies at age 49
Lorenza L. Blue, 49, of Sander-
son died August 7, 2005 at Shands
University Hospital in Jackson-
ville. He was a graduate of Baker
County High School, received a
certificate in hotel management,
and was employed with Northeast
Florida State Hospital, Woody's
and Ronie's restaurants.
Survivors are brothers Ernest,
Larry, Gary, Bonnie, Martinel and
Glennel Blue; sisters Gail Jones
and Sharon Sirmones.
Family visitation will be Friday,
August 12, 2-6 pm at Caesar's
Chapel in Lake City. Family and
friends are asked to meet at Mr.
Blue's home, 14984 North Gas-
kins in Sanderson at 12:15.pm to
form the cortege. The funeral ser-
vice will be Saturday, August 13, 1
.pm at New St. John Missionary
Baptist Church in Sanderson with
Rev. Richard Gaskins officiating.
Burial will be at Quitman Ceme-
tery, Sanderson.

Jmie Crter, 25,

dies in acdent
Jamie Lynn Carter, 25, of Bald-
win, died August 2, 2005 in an
automobile accident that also took'
the life of her cousin Tracie Dav-
lin. She was born December 22,,
1979.
Survivors include parents Larry
MN. and Vicki Lynn Thompson Bom-
bard; her husband of seen years,
Ryan Carter; son Easton Kincaid
Carter: sister Teri Spraklim (Jack):
brothers David Leonard Jr. and
Conan Bombard; grandmother
Nell Hartley.
A service was held August 6 at
Prestwood Funeral Home of Bald-
win w ith George Keith officiating.
Interment followed at Brandy
Branch Cemetery. Pallbearers
were Bobby Jones, Charlie Lewis,
Maurice Lee, Theron Branch, Kurt
Krause and Kenny Hires. In lieu of
flowers, contributions may be
made to the account of Easton
Kincaid Carter at Country Federal
Credit Union in memory of his
mother.

Thanks sheriff
I would like to thank our sheriff
fqr keeping our cemetery yards
m'ow\ ed .. .' .L LI -OMAS
LESLIE THOMAS


Sandi Keene

dies at Shands
Sandi Etheridge Keene, 63, of
Macclenny died August 2, 2005 at
Shands Jacksonville following a
long illness. She was born in Ma-
con, Ga., and resided in Clear-
water and Bryceville before mov-.
ing to Macclenny in 1988, She
worked as a nursing assistant in
assisted living facilities and nurs-
ing homes for many years. She.,
was a Baptist.
Survivors include son James K.
"Kenny" Nichols of Macclenny;
.brother James Etheridge of Jack-
sonville; grandson John Kenneth
Nichols of Macclenny; grand-
daughter Jennifer Kaylan Nichols
of Macclenny.
A service was held August 6 at
Guerry Funeral Home of Macclen-
ny with Rev. J.W. Binion officiat-
ing.- Final disposition was crema-
tion.

Words of thanks .
I would like to thank everyone
who prayed, visited or just had a.
caring thought during my recent.
illness.
Praise the Lord for answered
prayers. I will always remember
the concern and kindness shown to
my family during this time. IMay
God bless you,
CYNDI LAR\EY


SANDERSON
CONGREGATIONAL
S OIOUNESS CHURCH
CR 127 N., S.ANDERSON,t F
SUNDAY SCHOOt10:00 AM
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 AM'
SuNDAn EVENING \lORsHIP 6 OOPM
WED. E\INGC PRAYER SERVE. 7:30PM
- PASTOR: ORALE. LYONS

MIACCLENNY
CHURCH OF CHRIST
573 S. 5th St. 259-6059
Sunday Bible Srudv 9:45 am
Fellowship 10:30 am 1:00 am
Worship Services
11:00 am
-. Wed. Bible Study
7:S0 pm
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23-A to Lauramore Rd & Fairgrounds Rd.


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


9:45 am
11:00 am
6:00 pm
7:00 pm


Pastor J.C. Lauramore Welcomes All





Jesus: The Way, The Truth and The Life
Sunday School 10:00 A.M. Sunday E\ ening Worship 6:00 P.M.
Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 A.M. Wed. E\ e. Worship 7:30 P.M.
Pastor Rev. Shannon Conner
North 6th Street Macclenny 259-3500


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4-Hers place at

state Congress...
Two Baker County delegates came
back winners from the recent 4-H
State Congress at the University of
Florida. Members from across the
state spent a week on the campus
competing and learning, and all first-
place winners at 4-H districts also
competed. Elizabeth Hefty of Baker
County (top) won first at Share the
Fun with a sign language rendition of
the song "Belly of Whale." Lydia
Masterson, shown at right with local,
4-H Agent Stefanie Smith, won first in
Fashion Review submitting a formal
dress she made. She is modeling the
dress in the photo. Lydia also won a
S1000 scholarship after submitting a
fashion portfolio and participating in
interviews. RTESY O
: PHOTOS COURTESY OF STEFANIE SMITHrr


Moose lodges
howr^newfits-- -
The Macclennn and north Jack-
soville Moose Lodges are sponsor-
ing a benefit on Saturday, August
13 to benefit the family of Mike
and 'ina. Fetz of Glen St. Mary.
The couple's sons were critical-
ly injured in an Interstate 10 acci-
dent east of Baldwin on' July 30.
One of the sons, 18-year-old
James Windell, remains hospital-
ized in Shands Jacksonville with
brain injuries. The other son has
been released.
The lodges offer salads that
morning and early afternoon, then
fish and chicken-rice dishes that
evening. They-are also selling
Boston butt roasts as long as they
last. '
Call 259-6305 for details.


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CANCER?

The Baker County
Cancer Support Group
First Tuesday of month 7:00 pm
Baker County Health Department


Ringin new

4-H year

BY STEFANIE SMITH
Baker County 4HAgent
Baker County 4-H is getting
ready to kick-off the 2005-06 4-H
year!
Come join us on Thursday, Au-
gust 11 at the Agricultural Center
beginning at. 6 pm to learn about
all of our clubs and activities
available to youth ages 5-18. This
kickoff is for new members only!
Current members from the 2004-
05 season will receive enrollment
'packets by mail.
Our clubs this year will include
Hands & Hooves, Craft Kids, Sharp
Shooters, Livestock Club, Clover-
leaf Cloggers, Talking Hands, Dra-
ma Club. and Cloverbuds along
with several other activities.
4-H is the non-formal, commu-
nity based educational youth de-
velopment program of the Uni-
versity of Florida's Institute of
Food and Agricultural Sciences
and the Florida Cooperative Ex-
tension Service.
The purpose of the 4-H is to
help youth become productive
members of society through "learn
by doing" experiences. If you are
planning to attend, please RSVP to
the Baker County Extension Of-
fice, 259-3520, so we can plan for
the meal.

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for the week of
August 15-19
BREAKFAST
MONDAY: Breakfast pizza with milk and
juice.
TUESDAY: Sausage biscuit with milk and
juice.,
WEDNESDAY: Ccreal and toast with milk
and juice
THUIRSDAY: Superdonut with milk and
juice.
FRIDAY: Cheese toast with milk and juice.
LUNCH
MONDAY: Buirno ori'lict'd ikeI\ ho:,c,
choice oif tN l' hshbi, n patt- ..r,;\Ld veggies,
applesauce and milk.
TUESDAY: Pizza or chicken and dump-
lings with a roll, choice of two: green beans, sal-,
ad, pineapple and milk:
WEDNESDAY: Corn dog or roast turkey
with roll, choice of two: sweet potatoes, cutu~W,)
btr. fruit geldain and mill
THURSDAI: Pork and rice casserole or la-
sagna, choice bf two:,steamed broccoli, salad,
fruit, roll and milk.
FRIDAY: Pork patty on a bun or chicken pat-
ty on a bun, choice of two: French fries, slaw,
fruit and milk.


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Ms. Richardson
is re-appointed
Marcelle Richardson of Glen
St. Mary has been appointed By
Governor Jeb Bush to a second,
four-year term on the Board of
Trustees at Lake City Community
College. Ms. Richardson, 39, is
the current board chariman and
has been a member six years.
She is the director of finance
and support services for the Baker
County school district. Chuck
Brannan of Macclenny is the other
Baker County member on the
trustee board.


A The following activities are
scheduled in Baker County
schools for the week of August
C 15-20. This listing may be in-
complete and subject to change
without notice.
1
2 *August 15: District Wide-
School board meeting at 6:30
Spm. KIS- Gates & Portfolio test-
ing week.
SAugust 16: KIS- School
A Advisory Council meeting at
S8:00 am.


ALCOHOLICS
ANONYMOUS
8:00 pm
Monday & Thursday
Maclenny Church of Christ
5th and Minnesota
275-3617 or 259-8257



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CASH OW Asseen

FOR STRUCTURED SETTLEMENTS, on '.V.
ANNUITIES and INSURANCE PAYOUTS

(800) 794-7310
J.G. Wentworth means CASH NOW
for Stbchmed Settlements


American Enterprise
Bank


Loan Production Office
692 W. Macclenny Ave.
Macclenny, Florida
259-6003


BAKER COUNTY
welcomes

Dr. Adel Regaila
Board Certified in Internal Medicine
to join

Primary Care of
Northeast Florida

For an appointment call 259-9377
32 South Fifth Street, Macclenny

We accept Aetna. Humana, AVMED,
Blue Cross & Blue Shield,
Medicaid, Medipass, Tricare.
Walk-Ins and No Insurance Welcome!


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advanced training for boys and girls ages 4 and
to age and ability level. We also offer tumbling
s:. Please call ahead if unable to register on


Macclenny
Classes held every Monday
Classes begin on August 22nd


Gymnastics fees & charges are as follows:

Annual Registration Fee
$30.00 1st Child
$40.00 Family

Monthly Class Fee
$36.00 First Child
$24.00 Each Additional Child


(K)


We specialize in beginning through a(
up. Classes are divided up according
classesand cheerleading prep classes
registration date. Class size is limited.

Pre-Registration
Monday, August 15th


from 3 6pm
Class fees will be prorated
August only!


All students will be coached by
Ronnie McReynolds safety certified member of the United States Assocoation of
Independent Gymnastic Coaches


Registration and classes will be held
at
Keller Intermediate
School Gymnasium


FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL:
Ronnie @ (386) 496-1098 or
(904) 368-0006
USA Gymnastics of Florida


SPre-K & Kindergarten


Center


J TRAFFIC INFORMATION


NOTICE REGARDING ONE-WAY STREET:
From 7:00 am until 4:00 pm, Monday through Friday, South
Boulevard East, starting at SR 228 (Fifth Street) and ending at Second
Street, is one way to traffic traveling east in front of the Pre-K and Wll
Kindergarten Center. Z

CAR RIDER INFORMATION:
Parents delivering students may pull through the loading/unloading zone which is
directly in front of the school. School personnel will unload students from vehicles
beginning at 8:30 am until 8:55 am and escort them to their classrooms.
In the afternoon, school personnel will load students into vehicles in the
loading/unloading zone beginning at 2:30 pm. Please do not park in this area in front
of the school as it must remain open for the safety of students who are entering or
exiting their vehicles.
The school wishes to thank everyone for their cooperation which has made a
smooth school beginning. Your patience while traffic patterns are being established
is greatly appreciated.
Al 0 Thank you, Pre-K and Kindergarten Center
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Florida Livestock
Market Report
for week ending August 3
At Florida livestock auctions the past
week, receipts totaled $10,722, compar-
ed to.$10,271 last week and $13,942 a
year ago. The Florida Federal-State
Livestock Market News Service reports
slaughter cows and bulls $1-2 higher,
feeder steers and heifers $2-4 higher.
Feeder steers:
Medium and large frame No. 1-2
200-300 lbs. $ 145 -200
300-400 lbs. $ 120- 160
400-500 lbs. $ 110-136
Feeder heifers:
Medium and large frame No. 1-2
200-300 lbs. $ 140 200
300-400 lbs. $ 114 -151
400-500 Ibs. $ 105 -125
Slaughter cows:
Lean: 750-1200 lbs.
85-90% $ 47- 53
Slaughter bulls:
Yield grade No. 1-2
1000-2100 lbs. $ 65 73


Coon hunters donate $1785 to the Council on Aging
Officers of the Osceola Coon Hunters group presented a check to counterparts at the Baker County Council on Aging the morning of
August 8, the money raised during a benefit, two night coon hunt in north Baker County July 22-23. Pictured above are (l-r) Vice-president
Thomas Dyal, President Jimmy Walker, COA board Chairman Barbara Yarbrough, Treasurer Ron Gracie and Executive Director Mary
Baxia oft/e Council it Aging. The money will be ised to hfun the home meals program for area senior citizens. The event drew 19 coon
hunters for the second ,annual benefit. Last year the group raised money for Wolfson Children's Hospital.


Assistance application

now made via Intemet


BY JOHN HARRELL
Fla. Dept. of Children. Families
Food stamps, Medicaid and
Temporary Cash Assistance are
now, easier for Floridians to ac-
cess.
As the Florida Department of
Children and Families unveils the
new ACCESS (Automated Com-
munity Connection to Economic
Self-Sufficiency) Florida public
-assistance system this week, thou-
sands of customers on the First.
Coast will have easier access to
public assistance.
Instead of driving long dis-
tances to service centers and then
airing in long lines once arriving
there, people can now apply for


Coming up at the


YMCA Fall Soccer
Registration has started for
fall soccer. The last day to
register will be August 26.
The program fees are $25 for
members and 505 for pro-
gramn participants. The soc-
cer season will begin
September 10. Don't rait
until ilie last minute to sign
up. For any lvfirliter ques-
tions, call 259-0898.
Total Teen Time
The Ultimate.Afternoon
Experience. Slots still avail-
able for any teen in middle
school. Character
Development, Art Classes.
Homework .Assistance, FCA T
Preparation, Fitness, and
tons of Recreation. For only'
$25 a week, we will meet
your child after school and
bring them over to the Y1MCAA
until 6pm. For an'y further
questions, please contact.
Chris Stitsinger, YMCA Teen
Coordinator.
Really Caring
Scholarships Available
No one is turned away front
the )MCA7.- forl the
inability to pay. The 17IC.4
offers financial aid
scholarships for families,
adults, teens, andt south
to be able to enoyv' member-
ship. sports, day camp,
programs, amnd mnuch more!
Come by todav to apply at
the YMCA Front Desk.
For more information,
call the YMCA
at 259-0898.
Activitr scholarships available
Hours 5:30 am-8:00 pm M/F
8:00 am-1:00 pm Saturday


public assistance from the conve-
nience of a computer. Since online
applications first became available
this year, the First Coast is fre-
quently among the top areas in
.-Florida in the percentage of appli-
cations made online.
"This new system will help
more residents receive the public
assistance they need. It will be
more efficient and more conve-
nient for our customers. Addition-
ally, the system should save Flor-
ida taxpayers $96 million once it is
fully implemented by June 2007,"
said Nancy Dreicer, District Four i-
Administrator for DCF.
District Four is composed of
Baker, Clay, Duval, Nassau and St.
John's counties.
Here on the First Coast, appli-

cations for public assistance went
online in May. The most recent
-statistics show that 35 percent of
public assistance applications in
the fie-counrt First Coast area are
made online. The web site for
these applications is w\ \\.myflori-
da accessflorida.
Jackson ille is home to DCF's
new North Florida Call Center,
which serves 427,000 customers
from Jacksonille west to Pen-
sacola, south to Daytona. and
south est to Gainesville. The call
center is one of.three statewide.
Customers can call-the center to
report changes to their addresses.
income or other matters.
Employees at the center also
handle questions from customers
regarding their cases or applica-
tions. The 10,175 square foot
facility\ opened in January and cre-
ated 70 ne't jobs locally. As many
as 86 employees work at the facili-
ty, which receives as many as
5,000 calls a day. DCF employees
are available to answer customers'
questions from 8 am to 5 pm
Monday through Friday; and the
telephone numberor assistance is
866-762-2237.
The average wait time for appli-
cations to be approved has drop-
ped from 30 days to 11 days.


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Town of Glen St. Mary
Notice of Public Hearing Street Closings
The follow ing streets have been requested to be closed by:
Pat & Geri Knowles:
1. E. Parmelee Street- From S. Jefferson Ave. East to the Town Limits.
2. S. Highlands Avenue- From E. Parmelee St. South to the Town
Limits.
3. S. Orange Avenue- From E. Andrews St. South to the Town Limits.
Pat & Geri KnoTles and Congregational Holiness Campground:
S. Hilliard Avenue- From E. Andrews St South to the Town Limits
Tropical Equipment Sales and Leasing, Inc.
N. Monroe Avenue- Between W. Mt. Vernon St. (US 90) and the
Railroad.
Tropical Equipment Sales and Leasing, Inc. and Joe and Betty Crews and
Winston S. Byrd & Brandi L. Oca:
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Five generations of Cox descendants
Five,generations recently gathered in Baker County for a family photo. Left to right in the
back are Vicki Padgett (grandmother) and Deidra Rhoden (mom and gr- areruanddaaulh
ter), both of Macclenny; front Vivian Cox (great-grandmother), Willie AMiC Co\ igreai
ereairgrandimotlhr) of Douglas, Ga., and Taiven Rhoden .(great-great-grandson). The'
photo was taken on the first gathering of the family following Taiven's birth.


,lS L ,ndiq tii and Mr. Croft
February vows
Jonathan and Kristin Lundquist,
Justin-,Payne, Caleb and Trevor '
Bedell are pleased to announce the
engagement of their siblings,
Monika Nicole Lundquist and By-
ron Cauley Croft.
Monika is the daughter of Tam-
my Lundquist and the late John
Lundquist. Byron is the son of Re-
nee Morrow and William Croft.
Both are graduates of Baker Coun-
ty High Schbol. Monika is em-
ployed by Baker County EMS and
Byron with Wal-Mart Distribution
Center and the City of Macclenny
Fire Department. The couple plan
a late February wedding.

Cruise-in Saturday
The public is welcome to attend
a car cruise-in this Saturday, Au-
gust 13, starting at 6 pm. There
will be antique, collectible, and hot
rod cars on display.

Harvey reunion
The annual Harvey reunion will
be held at the Baker CountyAgri-
culture Center on Sunday., August
21. For information, call Sheldon
Beasley at 259,5468.


Tristan and Levi Jewell are
proud to announce the birth
Sof their sister, Lillian Grace
Jewell.
'Gracie'was born on July
1 at Baptist Medical South.
She weighed 7 lbs. 11 oz. and
was 19'/2 inches long.:
Parents are Robbie &
Rhonda Jewell of Baxter, Fl.
Grandparents are Mose &
Latrelle Jewell of Baxter and
Wanda Martin of Bryceville.


Heartfelt thanks
Our heartfelt thanks to all for
your support during these over-
whelming times. We appreciate all;
the concern for Brandy (Lucas)
Davis, who remains in critical con-
dition at Memorial Medical Cen-
ter. Unfortunately, she cannot ac-
cept visitors or flowers for now, so
in lieu of flowers, gifts of love are
being accepted at Country Federal
Credit Union.
Thanks for all of your support.
Family and friends ofBrandy Davis

Coffee sodcal
The Macclenny Women's Club,
will hold its annual coffee at the
club building on Fifth Street on
Thursday, August 18, 10 am-noon.
Ladies of the community are in-
vited to 'come and meet new:
friends.


SY.'" /. -
Mr. Rodgers and Ms. Houston
To wed next year
Steve and Mickey Houston of
Glen St. Mary are proud to an-
nounce the engagement of daugh-
ter Ashley Houston to Jami Rod-
gers, son of Herb and Patsy Rod-
gers of Macclenny..
Ashley is a"2002 graduate of
Trinity Christian Academy and is
pursuing a bachelor's degree in
nursing at Jacksonville University.
Jami is a 1997 graduate of Baker
County High School and 2002
graduate of Jacksonville Universi-
ty. He is employed by BCHS as a
teacher and a coach.
An.August 21006 wedding is
planned.

Volunteers needed
Volunteers are needed at Mac-
clenn\ Nursing and Rehab. Call
Activity\ Director Y\ onne 'Tpe at
25c9-48.3.
There are large group acti\ cities
like Bingo, monthly theme parties
and holiday events, gardeningiand
outings.
One-on-one programs include
visiting, wheelchair rides, groom-
ing activities, .


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Mrs. Haddock
Wed in Jamaica
Kelly Paige Owens of Macclen-
ny and Edd Wayne Haddock of
Blackshear, Ga., were married on
July 31 in Jamaica.
The bride is the daughter of Ja-
linda Owens of Macclenny and
Russ Owens of Callahan. She is a
graduate of Baker County High
School.
The groom is the son of Delores
Moore and Wayne Haddock of
Waycross, Ga. He graduated from
Brantley County High School and
is the owner of Edd Haddock Tim-
ber.
The couple will live in Black-
shear, Ga.

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DEADLINE: Placement, correction or cancellation of ads may be phoned
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advance, and be In our office no later than 4:00 pm
the Monday preceding publication, unless other-
wise arranged in advance. Ads can be mailed pro-
vided they are accompanied by payment and
instructions. They should be mailed to: Classified
Ads, The Baker County Press, P.O. Box 598, Mac-
clenny, FL 32063. We cannot assume responsibility
for accuracy of ads or notices given over the tele-
phone. Liability for errors in all advertising will be
limited to the first publication only. If after that
time, the ad continues to run without notification of
error by the person or agency for whom it was pub-
lished, then that party assumes full payment re-
sponsibility. The Baker County Press reserves the
right to refuse advertising or any other material
which in the opinion of the publisher does not meet
standards of publication.


2003 Dutchman lite travel trailer, 26'
QB, living room slide, full kitchen and
bath, extended warranty, $15,000.
259-0530. 8/11p


2004 Polaris 400 4x4 Sportsman, like
new, 59 miles, 8.5 hours, brushguard,
2500 lb. winch, $4250. 259-4750.
8/11p
57" big screen TV with home theater
system, high definition ready, $900.
259-4995 or 422-3093. 8/4-18p
Moving sale. Everything must go. Fur-
niture, tools, set of TV trays and
holder, all wood. Call for information
259-7378. 8/11 p
Green Virginia premium peanuts, $32
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
Mahogany secretary, beautiful piece,
excellent condition. Southern Charm
259-4140. 12/9tfc


1986 Citation 32' self contained
camper, excellent condition, great for
hunrerS ..r famrrily. 13C80' l '"5-4627.
8/11p
Butterfly dining table with 6 chairs,
very ornate, fluted legs, rare; half
round foyer console. All pieces are ma-
hogany wood. Southern Charm. 259-
4140. 2/3tfc
Antique breakfront buffet, breakfront
china cabinet, buffet, all mahogany,
can be seen at Southern Charm. 259-
4140. 12/9tfc
Good used appliances, 90 day money
back guarantee. 266-4717. 6/2-11/17p
Oils, acrylics, water colors, canvases.
drawing pads and much more! The Of-
fice Mart, 110 S. Fifth Street, 259-
3737. tfc


2002 Holiday Rambler Admiral motor F150 pickup, V8, body-great shape, English pointer puppies, litter en-
home, 36', 2 slide-outs, satellite dish, $800. 945-2897. 8/11p rolled, welped 5/5/05, socialized, im-
electric patio awning, loaded with ex- 1996 Monte Carlo, $2000. 259-4647. munized, $100 each. Possum Trot
tras, 31,000 miles, extended warranty, 8/11p Quail Farm 275-2245. 8/4-11p .. G
no smoking or pets, like new, $79,500. 1987 El Camino, good condition, Dogs: all types from puppies to adults. :CM SLE
653-1212. 8/11-25p $4250. 259-6362. 8/11p Animal Control, $50 boarding fees will
3ton A/C and heat pump, solid wall 997 Saturn 25-6786 11/20tfc 8Ar E
mount unit, good for barns, garages miles, gat condition, cold /C, $3500 g -
and workshops, $425. 591-2640. OBO. 259-5884. 8/11p
8/11 For F g onitin n Missing Yorkie. Lexie was last seen
Super capacity Maytag Performa 1979 Ford F150, goodcondition, runs on 582 N. Blvd E., Macclenny. She
washer, $75; Maytag Perfoma super great, needs transmission work, 3 bs. bctan and cham-
washer, $75; Maytag Performa super weighs 31/2 lbs., black, tan and cha-
-- - $10003t. 259-2807. 8/110 . .. :_


capacity dryer, $75. 338-7153 or 259-
1692. 8/11p
'93 and up Mustang 5 star 17x10 rims,
new Kumo 275/40/ZR17 tires, $600
firm. 904-588-6874. 8/11p
Why rent when you can own?
Yamaha, silver plated flute with custom
case, ID tag and cleaning tools. A
great investment, $300 OBO. 259-
4117. 8/11p
1993 Yanmar diesel tractor, 16 HP, 3
cylinder, $2500; Polaris 500 ATV,
Mossy Oak, $5300. 813-5563. 8/11p


Queen size sleeper sofa, $350; swivel
rocker $25. Yvonne Hart 259-6867 or
662-2315. 8/11p
Matching living room furniture, sofa,
loveseat and chair, only 5 months old,
$275 OBO. 259-2776. 8/11 p
2001 Montana 5th wheel, 2 slides, oak
cabinets, queen size bed, full shower,
fold out sofa, 2 recliners, $23,500. Very
nice! 259-6362. 8/11p-
T-shaped bunk bed with 4 drawer
chest and desk as one unit, natural fin-
ish, $500. 259-6421. 8/4tfc


Antique iron double bed, complete,
$250; Coleman propane stove, new,
$45; sewing machine cabinet, $25;
love seat, good condition, $50. 259-
7479. .8/11p
1997 Coleman pop-up, excellent con-
dtion, sleeps 6, .A C, ois cf eryra free.
bies, $2500. Call after 6:00 pm 275-
2748. 8/11p
Tractor, 1500 Yanmar diesel, 20 horse
rated, very good condition, 4' bushog,
4' tiller, 4' wagon, $3500 firm. 266-
3054 or 705-0846. 8/11-25p
Bankruptcies, last chance, new laws
soon! Divorce, adoptions, deeds, wills,
notary service, etc. Call anytime, John
Swanson, 266-9270. : 8/11p
Side-by-side refrigerator, works, looks
good, $100; dryer, electric, works, $50.
912-266-1641. 8/11


1985 Celebrity, 4 cylinder, automatic,
cold air, $800. 571-0913. 8/11p


1998 Lincoln Towncar, white, 89,000
miles, new tires, up to date mainte-
nance care, reasonably priced. Call
OrQ- I Aqn o f .t.o 0A R/1 1 n


g* -IIIIS i rtisi L'uIuII
Members for small still hunt club. For
information, call 259-3580. 8/11 p
E&S Lawn Service, same day, free
estimates, guaranteed to save dollars
for you. 465-3841. 7/21-8/25p
Baton lessons, all ages, Monday
4:30-5:30. Contact Nelli Wilford 334-
4987 or Loni Starling 259-5466. 8/11 p
Now accepting antique furniture on
consignment. Pieces have to be in
good condition. Call Karin at Southern
Charm 259-4140. 2/13tfc
Will babysit in our home, Glen St.
Mary area. Call 275-6401 ask for
Sarah. 8/11-18p
Tree trimming removal and clean up.
Licensed and insured. 259-7968.
10/21tfc
Kids are in school need to earn extra
$$$? Call 1-866-665-AVON (2866).
ISR. 8/11-18p
Do you have a junk car or truck you
want hauled off or to sell? 259-7968.
4/22tfc
Childcare available, experienced
Smorner- Monday-Frid'ay,'6:00-5:'O., be-
fore and after school, 2 years and up,
222-1522. 8/11p
We clean houses, Christian husband
and wife team. References and back-
ground check upon request. 386-623-
1020. 8/11p
Free, used building supplies. Tear
down house and you keep all materi-
als. 904-707-2111. 8/11p


Quarter morgan horse, 5 years old,
with saddle and equipment. $1800; .10:
panel round pen, $650. 259-2807.8/1 lp


Bulldogs, 11 pups, 6 females and 5
males, blue and black, papers.Call
904-651-8383. 8/11p


pagne colored, she is need OT medical
attention. Any leads, please call 612-
9586 or 259-6085. 8/11 p
Found: Walker hound dog, lemon and
white, tattoo initial in both ears. 259-
7048 or 463-1081. 8/11c
Found: Male hunting dog, black, white
and brown, found August 4th on 90 at
the dump in Sanderson. 259-8026 or
904-536-7032. 8/11 c

Notice to readers:
The newspaper often publishes classified
advertising on subjects like work-at-home,
weight loss products, health products.
While the newspaper uses reasonable dis-
cretion in deciding on publication of such
ads, it takes no responsibility as to the truth-
fulness of claims. Respondents should use
caution and common sense before sending
any money or making other commitments
based on statements and/or promises; de-
mand specifics in writing. You can also call
the Federal Trade Commission at 1-877-
FTC-HELP to find out how to spot fraudu-
lent solicitations, Remember: if it sounds
too good to be true, it probably,is.
The Baker County Press
Experienced painters needed. Must
have tools. 259-5877. 12/30tfc


Friday & Saturday
7:30 am-?, 125 S from
Glen to 4-way stop,
right '/. to 1 mile, house
on left, 8360 Mudlake
Rd Portion of 55 years
"junk" accumulation -
rest later.
Friday & Saturday
9:00 am-2:00 pm, 6
miles west of Glen on
Arnold Rhoden Rd Fur-
niture, exercise bike,
adult and kid's clothes,
etc.
Saturday 8:00 am-2:00
pm, 32 Martha Dr.,
Macclenny. Furniture,
small appliances, tools,
knick knacks. Estate-
garage sale.


Friday & Saturday 7:00
am-?, 368 S. 5th St.,
corner of 5th and Mn-
nesola. Boy's clothes 3-
6, girl's clothes 4-12,
ladies clothes 14-26. big
men's clothes, much,
much more! 2 families
Saturday 8:00 am-1:00
pm, 710 Long Dr., road
beside Ferreira Funeral
Home. Computer desk.
bar stools, household
items, baby items and
toys, much more Multi-
families.
Saturday 8:00 am-
noon, Hwy 125, '. mile
north of 90, let on Snep-
ard Lane, house at end
of lane. Baby.boy's.
girl's, adults and mater-
nity clones, household,
cribset, toys, lots of mis-
cellaneous.
Saturday 9:00 am-3:00
pm, 9723 Barber Loop,
228 to Wolfe Dr.. (be-
tween Lowder and I-
10), 13 mile to Barber
Loop Furniture, etc.
Everything priced to
sell 259-9559


Full time press person, some experi-
ence preferred but not necessary. See
Brenda at Florida Crown Printing, 646
US Hwy 301 S., Maxville, or cal 289-
9103.8/4tfcPart -time carpenter. 259-
7892. 8/4tfc
Part -time carpenter. 259-7892. 8/4tfc


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COOKS

Experience necessary.

Apply in person at


WOOvYaS


CZ~orC~75Q


Located in Winn-Dixie Shopping Center, Macclenny
gel eel 001


Saturday 8:00 am-?,
11310 Deerwood Cir-
cle
Saturday 7:00 am-?,
125 behind Fraser's
Food Store in Glen.
Proceeds to benefit the
1995 class reunion. 5
families.
Saturday 8:00 am-?,
Copper Creek, follow
signs. Lots of name-
brand boy's clothes and
shoes. 3 families.
Saturday 9:00 am-2:00
pm, 121 S across from
landscaping company.
Baby items, furniture,
household goods, cloth-
ing, shoes and many
miscellaneous items.
Canned drinks and
baked goods sold with
proceeds going to AHA
Heart Walk. Come and
help us out! Weather
permining.
Friday, Saturday and
Sunday, 6126 George
Hodge Rd. 259-6865.


Local home health care agency seek-
ing PRN registered nurse for local and
surrounding areas. Call 259-3111 for
details. 2/24tfc
Experienced metal roofers needed.
Driver's license required, top pay, needs.
to be very dependable. 904-251-5804 or
259-3757 after 6:00 pm.. 8/4-25p,


Roger

Raulerson

Well Drilling


2" & 4" Wells

Call Roger or Roger Dale

259-7531
Family Owned & Operated
Licensed & Insured "


PRITCHETT


TRUCKING


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available. Local or OTR. 401K, Health Insurance, Paid Vacation,
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LET US SELL YOURS...


Land- Located in Lancaster Glen
4'/2 miles west of Macclenny. Easy
access to US Hwy. 90 and 1-10.
Lot #1- 11.74 acres $76,310
Lot #4-12.11 acres $78,715-Pending
Lot #11- 14 acres $98,000
Lot #15- 10 acres $65,000-Pending
Lot #18- 15 acres $67,500
Lot #21- 25.42 acres $101,680
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.
Great starter home or rental.
Doublewide on 2.5 acres, 3 BR, 2
BA, 9 llture
(bring d on
paved Mn St.
Mary. Affordably priced at
$6O900. Reduced to $65,000.
Commercial Lot -14,000 sq. t.
100 ft. frontage on SR 121. Located
between Waffle House and Day's
Inn, adjacent to 1-10. $125,000.


10 Acre Tract zoned for MH and


horses


evel-


hoping i *f;~J oomes
and n-mes.
County maintained road. No home.
owner association $65,000.
2 Commercial Buildings Both
occu -, ^ 'A.... busy
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area &aci1x e
Shoplp Mnra unnit 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. /4 acre
+priced at $34,000.
Nice Building Lot- 1.05 acre in
Oakri ri Rd.)
North htially
clear an read yto ud on.
Restricted to site built homes only.
High and dry with some trees.
Priced at $29,900


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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
home. Reduced to $200,000.
Deep Water- 60 beautiful acres
on the St. Mary's River. Many
native palm trees. This unique prop-
erty 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 look-
ing for a private estate site, this is it.
Shown to qualified buyers by appt.
only. Priced at $3,500,000
Mobile homes welcome. 2.5
acres with sver anietrees
inclu J trees.
Smalrty.
Located off Clete Harvey Rd.
$30,000.


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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS Thursday. August 11.2005 PAGE THIRTEEN


Class A industrial mechanic for 3rd
shift maintenance crew. Must have 5
years experience. Pay ranges from
$16.96 plus .26 shift differential. We
are an EEOC, drug free workplace.
401k, health/dental, paid holidays/va-
cation. Apply at Gilman Building .Prod-
ucts, 6640 CR 218, Maxville, FL or fax
resume to 904-289-7736. 8/4-11 c
Full time caretaker and groundskeeper
'for large acre residence, housingand
salary provided, Monday-Friday, 9:00
am-9:00 pm. Call 904-759-8641 or
912-843-2363 or fax resume to 912-
843-2543. 8/11-18p
Part time with full time potential. Look-
ing for motivated, qualified person in
Baker and surrounding counties. Expe-
rience in sales helpful. Reply with re-
sume and references to P.O. Box 598,
Macclenny, FL 32063. 6/2tfc
Emergency services coordinator. At-
tention mental health service providers.
Looking for advancement and opportu-
nity for growth? Master's degree in a
human service field with training in
mental health disorders, evaluations,
intervention techniques, crisis counsel-
ing and psychopharmacology. Li-
censed mental health professional pre-
ferred. Fax resume to 904-259-5187.
8/11c
Tiny Tots Day Care. Position available
for a 2 year old teacher. Hours are 8:00
am-2:30 pm. Applicants must be 18
years of age or older. 259-4737.
8/11 p


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


FSBO. 3 BR, 2 BA, 1519 sq. ft., 1 car
garage on 1 acre, partially fenced yard
in Macclenny II, $187,500. 259-8442 or
334-5701. 8/11p
Macclenny. 2100 sq. ft., 4 BR, 2 BA on
12 acre, fenced. Total 2005 renovation,
like new, ready to move in, $89,900.
Call 386-984-7226 or 386-754-2916.
8/4-25p
Ready Aug./Sept. New home, 2400
sq. ft., 5 BR, 2 BA on quiet .67 acre lot.
Contract now pick color/trim options.
259-8128. 7/7-8/11
FSBO. 1994, 3 BR, 2 BA doublewide
on shaded,1 acre lot on Hwy 121 N.,
available after the 15th $95,000. Call
Fred at 259-7004 home or 588-3468.
8/11p


3 BR, 2 BA mobile home, no pets,
$650 per month, $600 deposit. 259-
4183. 8/11p
2 BR, 1 BA house, 163 S. Blvd W.,
$900 per month. Call for appointment
613-6001. 8/11tfc
Private and plush, 51/2 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 Uttle, 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. 7/21ftfc
1 BR apartment. 259-3227. 7/7tfc




LAKE CITY
COMMUNITY CDLLE6E
Administrative Specialist
Administrative secretarial work of a
varied and highly responsible nature
within the office of the Dean of Arts
and Sciences. Requires High School
diploma, plus five years secretarial
or clerical experience.
Salary: $23,827.00
annually plus benefits.
Deadline for receiving applications:
August 19,.2005.
Position details and applications.
available on our website at
www.lakecitycc.edu.
Inquiries: Human Resource
Development, 149 SE College
.Place, Lake City, FL 32025
Phone: (386) 754-4314
Fax: (386) 754-4594
Email: ooettcherg@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


Driver/Dedicated Reg. Lane


COASTAL TRANSPORT


S- 85% Preloaded/Pretarped -m
-Average $888 $1019/wk".
Part-time opening available!
Jacksonville, FL Terminal
CDL-A required.

877-428-5627
www.ctdrivers.com


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
2-3 BR mobile homes, no pets, lawn
maintenance included, rent from $450-
$600.per month, 10 minutes north of
Macclenny. 912-843-8118. 7/28tfc
Macclenny. 4 BR, 2 BA, large master
suite, all brick with 2 car garage and in-
ground pool,.no smoking, no pets, re-
sponsible adults only. 259-2417.8/4tfc
Sanderson. 3 BR, 1 BA on 1 acre, no
pets or smoking, responsible adults
only, $775. 259-2417. 8/4tfc
16x80 mobile home on 1 acre off Hwy
185, 2 BR, 2 BA, $600 per month, $300
deposit. 338-1508 or 259-5924.
8/11-18p





LAKE CITY
Stores Clerk
(Re-Advertised)
Independent clerical work.,
Handle andprocess incoming
and outgoing mail. lReceil e and
document sliipments. High
School diploma or equivalent
plus 1. year clerical experience
required. Computer literate.
Ability to lift and carry 45 lbs.
Salary: $17,780.00 annually,
plus benefits.
Position details and
applicationi available on our
.\ebsite ;at
w-vw~.l:;kccitvcc..cli
Inquiries: Htmun Resotuce
Development
149 SL College Pljce,
L.ake Ciy, FL..),2025
Phone: (386) 754-4314
Fax: (386) 7544594
boettcherg@lakecitycc.edu
I.CCC is .3Credited by the
Commission OC)n Colleee; of
the Southern A.sociition ot"
Colleges and SchoolNs.
.VP'ADA- EA'EO College in
Education & Emoloiiaenr


Small 2 BR mobile home at Trailridge.
$425 plus deposit and references. 777-
8880. 8/4-11

16x80 mobile home with new 5 ton A/C,
everything brand new through out the
house. Must sell! Asking $10,500 OBO.
259-9533. 8/11 p
1986 16x60, 2 BR, 2 BA, refrigerator
and stove included, $3000. 259-7071.
8/11p
Singlewide mobile home, 2 BR, 1 BA,
must be moved. By appointment only,
$1200. 259-6865. 8/11p
1986 mobile home, 2 BR, 1 BA, new
carpet, stove, refrigerator, central air,
vinyl siding, 2 sets of steps, $3900. 891-
8167. 8/4-18p


m GROUNDSKEEPER
Manual labor and grounds keeping duties involving the gener-
al maintenance and upkeep of college grounds. Knowledge of
LAKE CITY tools & machinery to perform the general maintenance of
CINM.UITY ctu grounds & buildings.
Salary $17,780.00 annually plus benefits.
Deadline for receiving applications: August 26, 2005
Phone: (386) 754-4314 FAX (386) 754-4594
Applications are available on web at: www.lakecitycc.edu
Inquiries: Human Resources Development
S 149 SE College Place, Lake City, FL 32025-2007
E-MAIL: Boettcherg@lakecitycc.edu
VP/ADAENEO college in education & employment

TD Properties of Jacksonville, Inc.


Professional building

For, rent or lease
2400 sq. ft.
112 S. 6th St., Macclenny.
Available June 15 ** $2500/mo.

1200 sq. ft. duplex $700/mo.
and 2500 sq. ft. luxury house apartment
$1000/mo. also for rent.

Call for details
Jeff 591-2840
Tony 219-4225


TRUCK AND TRAILER MECHANICS NEEDED



SPRITCHETT TRUCKING

S 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


2003 Homes of Merit

28x60 Doublewide
on.78 acres
Set-up
Ready to live In

$84,900

259-3187 or

613-6023


Program Developer
Grant.Funded Position
Professional position
assisting the dean in all
aspects of program
development, establishing
Program need, and
developing and
implementing new
programs. Bachelor's
degree in education or
workforce education and.
three years of professional
experience, including
teaching and some
supervisory experience.
Experience in developing
workforce curriculum and
programs. Must have valid
State of Florida driver's
license prior to employment.
Salary: $35,000.00 annually
plus benefits
Construction
Supervisor
P ernanent p art-dtime
position to manage on-site
construction projects.
Minimum of associate's
degree, in construction
related area, bachelor's
degree and licensure as
building inspector preferred.
Two years construction
related supervisory
experience and ability to use
CAD effectively.
Salary: $13,134.50 annually
Position details and.
applications available on
web at
www.lakecitycc.edu.'
Inquiries: -uman
Resource Development
149 SE College Plice, Lake
City, FL 32025
Phone: (866 7054 4314 Fax:
(3S6) i'54-4594
boetrcherg. lakecit'cc.edu
LCC'C is accredited by ti
Commission On Colleges of
the Southern Association of

VP/ADAjEA. E(5) College in
Educati o e & Emplopyment


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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS Thursday, August 11, 2005 Page Fourteen


Discounted Land transactions from latter part of
mfiltare fice...... ...


for permits

The new Military Gold Sports-
man's License is now available to
active-duty and retired military
Fl.'.. :;I,:residents for $20. The li-
cense covers hunting, freshwater
and saltwater fishing, and a variety
f associated permits.
The Florida Fish and Wildlife
f'...ri, ,.rton Commission will al-
so offte refunds to eligible persons
whdo ,'t..t: ,, recreational licergs-
es at the regular price between
May 24 and June 30 (the time be-
tween the governor's signing the
license into law and the time it
took to get computers and license
vendors ready to make it avail-
able).
The special military license is
available at tax collectors' offices
only. Applicants must present a
current military ID card plus a
Florida driver's license or orders
showing they are stationed in Flor-
ida as proof of eligibility.
To receive refunds for licenses
purchased between May 24 and
June 30, eligible persons must:
Purchase a Military Gold
Sportsman's License at any tax co-
llector's office,
Return the original license and
a written request for a refund to:
FWC Office of Licensing and
Permitting, 2590 Executive Center
Circle, Suite 200, Tallahassee, FL
32301, and
Include a daytime phone num-
ber. Requesters should save a copy
of their original license before re-
turning.
Within three weeks, eligible re-
questers should receive a check
covering the full price of the initial
purchase.:


The following land transactions
were recorded in the Baker County
courthouse July 16-31. Values are
derived from documentary stamps.
Many descriptions are by S(ection)
T(ownship) R(ange). If acreage or
price are not listed, none were
indicated in the documents.
E.L. & Sharon Padgett to Weir Bar-
ton, in S3 T1S R20E, $109,000.
Kent & Jacquelyn Kirkland to Ben-
ny & Connie Leonard, in S17 T3S R21E,
.$50,000.
Ronald & Juana Vonk to Troy Vonk,
in Macclenny.
Federal National Mortgage Assn. to
Patricia Fish, $60,000.
Glen St. Mary Nurseries Co. to Fla.
Dept. of Transportation, in S12 T3S
R21E, $1.
Long Branch Farms LLP to BLB
Properties LLC & Isabella Sharpe, in
S4 S5 S8 S9 T2S R21E, $1,989,125.


ramela uarling, in S
Edwin & Kimber
berly Lopez, in S29 T
Joann Skelton ti


July

20 T2S R22E, $10.
rly Lopez to Kim-
2S R22E, $10.
o Joann & James


Wells Fargo.Bank Minn. Nat. Assn.
to Deborah Farr & Adhemar Pourbaix,
in S2 T3S R21E, $75,000.
Eddie Lipnick to George Knabb Jr.,
in S19 T2S R22E, $32,000.
Lillian & Charlie Neves to Alphonsa
Ruise, in S33 T2S R21E, $28,000.
Kevin & Stacy Wilson to Bryan
Crawford, inS20 T3S R21E, $75,000.
Wesley & Darlene Manthey to Clar-
ence & Cecilia Bonham, in S6 T2S
R22E, $59,900.
Dewey & Joyce Bridges to Janice
Johns, in S36 T2S R21E, $107,000.
James Yarborough & Yarborough
Mobile Homes Inc. to Michael & Tam-
my Martin, in Country Club Estates H,
$29,900.
Calvin R. & Carla Hawkins to Calvin
B. & Caria Hawkins, in S10 T3S R21E,
$10.
Maurice Shope to Thomas & Yvonne
Shope, in Turkey Creek II, $10.
Wells Fargo Bank Minn. Nat. Assn.
to Michael Sharpe, in River Country
Estates, $56,750.
Joanne Hodges to Michael & Teri
Starling, in Macclenny, $10,722.
George Champion to Cathy Muncy,
2 lots in Deerfield, $6200.
John & Gail Curtis to Robert & Mc-
Kenzie Harrison, in Cannon Heights I,
.$53,000.
Glen Plantation LTD to George
Hewett Jr., in Pheasant Run II, $53,630.
Thomas & Tina Rhoden to Edward
& Gwendolyn Walls, in Hills of Glen,
$10.
Dana Weeks, Corey Jackson, Shawn
& Jeremy Foerman to Parker & Ruth
Oglesby, in S29 T3S R19E.
Osceola Land & Timber Corp. to
Bruce & Nancy Griffis, in S19 T3S R21E,
$2000..
Toby & Michael Frame to Michael
Frame, in S6 T2S R22E, $10.
Anderson & Conner'Inc. to Lester &
Kathryn Pidgeon, in Hunters Ridge,
$148,000.
Reathea Bell to Earl & Regina-New-
mans, in S13 T3S R21E, $10.
Jeffrey & Mary McDonald to David
& Aven Puderer, 3 lots in Cuyler Field,
$120,000.
Gary & Veda Dopson to Christopher
& Stacey Dopson, in S33 T2S R22E. $10.
Vanice Keene to Nathan Keene, in
S20 T3S R21E, $10.
Marlene Lloyd to Clifford Lloyd, in


S13 T2S R21E, $10.
Patricia Fish to Tommy & Carl How-
ard, in S7 T1S R21E.
Charles Jr., Cherry, Stacey & Mar-
garet Barber to Wal-Mart Stores East
LP, in S4 T3S R22E, $880,800.
Bernice & Milledge Canaday to
Wal-Mart Stores East LP, in S4 T3S
R22E, $1,214,868.
Ellis Johnson to Wal-Mart Stores
East LP, in S4 T3S R22E, $250,000
Sherman & Darlene Harris to Terry
Caton, in S20 T2S R22E, $22,000.
Bruce & Nancy Kirkland to Robert
Miller, in Macclenny, $215,000.
Clerk of Courts/tax deed to Eric
Raulerson, in Sanderson, $19,000.
Clerk of Courts/tax deed to Timothy
& Sabrina Patterson, in Copper Creek
Hills I, $21,000.
Daisy & Dewitt Johnson to Eric II &
Janna Johnson, in S25 T2S R21E, $10.
Norma Crews to James & Crystal
Combs, in Glen St. Mary, $10.
Mary, Susan & Edward Jr. Shettel,
Lanell Rae & Nancy Joepka to John
Johnson & Charles Romine, in S18 T3S
R20E, $10.
Tony Wiggins to Leland & Wendy
Wiggins, 2 lots in Yarborough Sports-
man Park, $10.
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259-2473
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259-3808
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259-8076
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Land clearing ~ tractor services
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Brush mow ing -~ seeding -'grading.
386-867-1094
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110 South Fifth Street
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Ness systems. Repairs.
Sump pumps, Culverts,
MJLiL Slag hauled & spread


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259-2536
Tim Johnson
6/ltfc
WELL DRILLING
2" & 4" wells'
Roger Raulerson
259-7531
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Custom made cabinets
p 40 years experience
Free estimates
259-2418
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710-5011
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Siding Soffets General repairs
259-6518
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Water softeners Iron filters
Sales Rentals Sen ice
WATER TESTING
Total water softener supplies
Salt delivery
~ Financing available ~
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797 S. 6th Street. Macclenny
259-6672
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259-6396
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Gene 904-626-508
Danny 904-424-65
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259-3691
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Mitzi Smith to Leroy Smith, in S20
T3S R21E, $10.
Martha Stanton to Brandon Hillman
& Dwight Jones, in S36 T3S R20E,
$80,000.
Country Federal Credit Union to
Robert Jr. & Ryan Yarborough, in S6
T2S R22E, $48,800.
Eric & Sherrie Raulerson to William
& Donna Smith, in S2 T2S R21E,
$320,000.
V. Todd & Amber Ferreira to Sheila
& David Theus, in Macclenny, $154,000.
,Harold Keinath & Charles Stokes to
Trek & Delania McCullough, in Hunt-
ers Ridge, $37,000.
Mark & Melissa Taylor to Charles
Jr. & Wendi Trotter, in Old Nursery
Plantation, $310,000.
Charlene Wright to Dean & Rebecca
Torgerson, in S4 T4S R21E, $30,000.
Freeman Fish to Tammy Fish, in S6
T3S R22E, $10.
Eddie & Tina Coffell to Peggy Sapp,
in Sanderson, $30,000.
Leda Holloway to Mitchell Holloway
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Diamondbacks prevail in YMCA wellness challenge
James Thomas, Kitty Tomlinson, Morgan Williams and Harvey Smith won the 4th anihual Baseball Wellness Challenge at the Baker County YMCA.
Some 15 teams, each with four players, participated in the competition which awards points for time spent working out. Players earn 20points for 30
minutes of activity such as weightlifting, cardio workouts or group exercise. For each 100 points a team accumulates, it advances a runner one base.
The Diamondbacks scored 15 runs,- besting the second-place New York Yankees, who had 12.5:


Lady Wildcats named, start practices


BY LAURA BETH BRINER
Press Sports
The 20 ladies who will make up.
this year's Baker County High
School volleyball teams were cho-.
Ssen August 4 after four days of try-,
outs.
The coaching staff plans to
announce by the end of the week
which players made varsity and
which will play for the junior var-
sity.
The first test of the ne, Lad,
Wildcats ill be at their preseason
classic August 211 starting at 111 am
in the hieh school g.m. Other
teams. in the tournJment are
Baldw in, West Nassau and
Hilliard.
The first regular season game
: will be against Ridce.ie'.\ at ho-,me
August 25 Chris -\rmoreda's
junior j.arsit\ team %\ill take the
court .t 5 pm. then head coach
Karla Amhurge v ill lead her :ir-
sit) squad to' its i pm match.
; ith di,.trict realiienmen this
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year, the Wildcats will be seeing'
new opponents on the schedule,
,but there will still be the familiar
faces of Baldwin, Columbia and
West Nassau.
"It will be harder this year, but
we're very excited," Amburgey
said. "I think the teams to beat i-h
the district will be Middleburg,
Bradford and Santa Fe."
The girls who made the cut are:


Brooke Arzie, Tasha Battles,
Samantha Briggs, Kassie Crews,
Kallie. Crummey, Mary Dugger,
Brittn.ny Gray, Stephanie Greene,
Kayla Harris, Morgan Harvey,
Meredith Ha) s, Heather High,
Ca2s;ie Kennedy, Kristin Mathis,
Tiftan\. Norman. Jessi Nunn,
Laura Richardson, Mind\ Roberts,
Kendra Russell 'and Sarah
Trawick;.: -. .


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Mushball games
There will be a pair of mush-
ball games between city and
county employees August 12 to
benefit the Baker County Council
on Aging.
The doubleheader will begin at
7:00 pm at Knabb Sports Com-
plex. Tickets are available for a
small donation at city and county
offices.
Mushball is played like soft-
ball, but with a softer ball.
Come out, enjoy the show and
support your local seniors!

Baseball signups
There are only two more oppor-
tunities in August to sign up for
fall little league baseball for ages
8-15.
. They will be August 11 from 6-
8 pm and August 13 from 2-4 pm.
All signups are from Knabb Sports
Complex. Proof of age is required.


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