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Title: The Baker County press
Uniform Title: Baker County press (Macclenny, Fla. 1929)
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Place of Publication: Macclenny Fla
Creation Date: October 20, 2005
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Jury splits verdict


in Harvey case of


attack on officers


BY MICHAEL RINKER
Press Staff
A Baker County jury returned a
mixed verdict October 15 against a
Macclenny man accused of attack-
ing two deputies who were trying
to arrest him.
One of the officers testified it
was the most violent incident he
was ever part
of in his 20-
year career.
The three-
woman, three-
man jury found
Michael Har-
vey guilty of
resisting an of-
ficer with vio-
lence, but ac-
quitted him on
two counts of
battery on a
law enforce-
ment officer.
On the face
of it, the verdict
seems to be a Defendant Harvey escor
contradiction; following break early
how could Mr. counsel George Nelson
Harvey vio-
lently resist the officers without
touching them? Battery is defined
as an unwanted touching.
"Juries are never instructed on
the meaning of 'violence,"' said
defense attorney George Nelson of
~* Jacksonville. "There 's no good def-
inition that I'm aware of in case
law."
Both Mr. Nelson, a court-ap-
pointed public defender, and Sher-
iff Joey Dobson speculated the ju-
rors may have been split, but were
able to agree on a compromise ver-
dict.
"We're satisfied with the ver-
dict," the sheriff said. "It was a bad
situation...deputies are expected to
be treated with respect.
"If Mr. Harvey hadn't tried to
run, I don't believe the incident
would have happened."
Mr. Harvey has an extensive
criminal history, including 12 con-
victions, nearly all of which are
felonies.
Throughout the trial, he often
looked back at his friends and fam-
ily in the gallery, sometimes wink-
ing.
During Mr. Nelson's closing ar-
gument, however, his eyes welled
up with tears and he repeatedly
pulled tissues from a box at the de-
fense table and dabbed at his eyes.
After an all-day trial, Circuit
Judge David Giant sent jurors to
deliberate at about 3:45 pm. They
returned less than an hour later
with their verdict.
Sentencing is scheduled for Oc-
tober 25. Because he was convicted
a crime while on release from
prison, Mr. Hanrey faces a manda-
tory minimum sentence of five
years, according Mr. Nelson.
Mr. Harvey, %ho was wanted on
two felony arrest warrants, was
drinking at Mac's Liquors down-
town on March 19 whendeputies
Charles Ross and Darrin Whitaker
were told he was in the bar.
Deputy Ross went inside while
Deputy Whitaker waited outside
the door.
Mr. Harvey complied as he was
arrested and the officer led him out
of the'bar.
When they stepped through the
door, however, Mr. Harvey hit
Deputy Whitaker in the chest and
tried to run, according to the offi-.
cers. ,
Deputy Ross, who was holding
Mr. Harvey's wrist with one hand
and carrying a flashlight in the oth-
er, said he instinctively swung at
Mr. Harvey as he lunged toward



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Deputy Whitaker.
Deputy Ross hit him on the back
of the head with the department-is-,
sue "mag" flashlight, which mea-
sures about 10 inches.
He then grabbed Mr. Harvey
from behind in a bear hug, lifting
him slightly off the ground.
Mr. Harvey was swinging his el-
bows back, hitting the officer nu-
merous times
Sin the head.
At that point
Deputy Whitak-
er regained his
balance and
rushed Mr. Har-
vey.
He tried to
hit him with a
disabling blow
to the neck that
would have ren-
dered his arm
momentarily
useless. "
De p-u t y
Whitaker also
rted back into courtroom was carr ing a
in the trial. At left is his flashlight, a
ofJacksonville. s o m e w h a t
smaller one.
Due 'to Mr. Harvey thrashing
around trying to get free, the officer
said he accidentally hit him on the
head instead the neck.
All three men tumbled onto the
hood of a car, then to the ground.
Neither officer could get a good
grip on Mr. Harvey, who was wear-
ing a tank top and was sweating
heavily from the struggle.
(Page two please)'


BY MICHAEL RINKER
Press Staff
Baker County has been
proved for a $1.6 million low-in
est loan to get started on a se
plant northeast of Sandersoi
serve the Sanderson area and
Mary's Shoals park.
The money is earmarked for
tial planning, design and per
ting, according to county pro
manager Bob..Hancock,
briefed county.'commissioner


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Cats fall short in attempt to leap over Suwannee...
Wildcat running back Jonathan Trippein hurdles a would-be ulldog tackler during Baker High's 18-6 loss to Suwannee County October
14 at Memorial Stadium. The Wildcats are winless in eight games this season, and get a week off before traveling to Bishop Kenny to face
the Crusaders on October 28. The team hopes to have a win under its belt hen it returns the following week to finish the 2005 season
against Fernandina Beach in the annual Homecoming contest.
MORE PHOTOS AND GAME STORY PAGES 10 & 11


secures $1.6M loan

their meeting October 17. Mr. Hancock said a com
The program through which the representative called October
ap- county is obtaining the loan will confirm the county made th
nter- provide additional loans as phases and that it was approved f<
:wer of the project are completed. $1.6 million loan.
n to Interest on the loan will be 2 "All we had hoped for .~
St. percent. get on the list," he said. "We
The county's water and sewer excited when we found out
ini- consultant, Eutaw Utilities, pre- been approved for the loan.
mit- pared an application to have Baker "Once you're on that list
)ject County placed on the Department see you through to completion
who of Environmental Protection fund- The state's interest in the
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School Board


unhappy with


delayed finish


on cafeteria

Baker County's youngest public school students,
along with older counterparts in the sixth grade, started
on Monday of this week spending their lunch hour in
the recently renovated former Macclenny Elementary
cafeteria.
The cafeteria was to have been ready by the start of
school in August, then put back until a month ago.
The school board groused a bit during its October 17
meeting before approving $37,644 in change orders
onto the original $468,700 contract with Core Con-
struction of Jacksonville.
The district's facilities director, the project architect
and the project manager may disagree on taking blame
for the delay, but all seem to agree on the fact that reno-
vation of the 50-plus year old cafeteria was a bungled
mess.
School Superintendent Paula Barton was non-com-
mittal about whether the district will seek to knock off
the stipulated $100 daily fine for late completion, but
vowed to seek a heftier one in future construction pro-
jects.
"There's still a lot of unanswered questions [on the
project] and in the future we'll get something higher
like $500 a day," she vowed, promising to keep the
board apprised before the final bill is paid.


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of funding utilities from the Florida
Legislature, avoiding so-called
"turkey" appropriations.
The program also allows the
state to discourage proliferation of
smaller "package plants."
"The DEP ends up with the kind
of plants they want," Mr. Hancock
said.
He and County Manager Jason
Griffis said developers have ex-
pressed interest in helping with the
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Tarin Burnsed reaches for her cafeteria tray on Tuesday of this week, the second day that kindergarren-Pre-K
classes shared the refurbished former elementary school facility with the six graders from BCMS.


Since the start of school, also the first year
for mandated voluntary pre-kindergarten
classes, in the new school nearby, the 4-5
year olds have eaten breakfast and lunch in
an improvised cafeteria the school board
meeting room.
Hot food was prepared at the middle
school to the south and brought to the site.
Denny Wells, facilities director for county
schools, threw the blame directly on the con-


tractor in his cover letter seeking the ch
order payment.
Mr. Wells said Core Construction junr
ahead without consulting either himself
the project architect Bill Bishop. Many ol
delays apparently resulted from service
the building and wiring for kitchen eq
ment. Both sides agree some of woes v
the result of retro-fitting an aging building
(Page two please)


adopted

Chairman Combs

casts sole 'n vote

BY MICHAEL RINKER
Press Staff
The area's first impact fees are
now in place after Baker County
commissioners passed them into
law at their October 17 meeting.
After the ordinance is registered
in Tallahassee, new residential con-
struction will be charged $1500 per
home in order to fund additional
transportation infrastructure, and
primarily roads needed to serve
people who will live in those
homes.
The fee will be assessed when
the building permit is pulled, or in
the case of mobile homes, when the
move-on permit is purchased.
Impact fees are levied on new
construction, residential and com-
mercial, and are intended to help
pay for additional roads, also
schools, police and fire services
that coincide with growth.
Baker County's impact fee ordi-
nance also applies to the town of
Glen St. Mary.
Baker County's school board
and City of .Macclenn ha e yet to
establish their fees, although cit;
commissioners agreed informally
last week to levy a fee of $2777,
and the school board is leaning to-
ward $1000.
Unlike the county and Glen,
v.here the fee is strictly for trans-
portation, the city will collect dif-
ferent amounts for five different
categories $880 for transporta-
tion, $704 for law enforcement,
$300 for emergency management,
$678 for fire service and $215 for
recreation.,
The school board's fee will be
.for educational infrastructure, such
as new schools or buses.
County officials hadwanted to
have a fee ordinance in place by
July 1, but slowed things down af-
ter citizens complained about the
the original amount of $3432.
There was no discussion of the
ordinance before the commission
voted 4-1 to approve it.
Chairwoman Julie Combs was
the dissenting vote.
"Nobody ever convinced me
[impact fees] could be effective,"
she said. "My biggest fear is that
the county would not have the
funds to pay for the infrastructure
projects we commit to."
It is generally agreed that impact
fees do not pay nearly all the costs
associated with growth.
Also at Monday's meeting, com-
missioners:
Approved the hiring of Patricia
Bass to answer phones and process
paperwork in the building and zon-
ing department. Ms. Bass will work
for Planning Director Cathy Rho-
den.
Voted to have the county attor-
ney write an appeals process into
the recently passed ordinance es-
tablishing a Local Planning Ag-
ency. The amendment will funnel
appeals to circuit court.
Commissioners also agreed to a
three-month educational process to
bring agency members up to speed
on issues and regulations. County
staff is currently reviewing appli-
cants for the agency and the ap-
pointments should be known next.
month.
Accepted an additional grant of
$191,000 for the county's Water-
shed Grant Project, which is at-
tempting to correct a drainage
problem in the area of Miltondale
Road. Adding a prior grant and the
county's $50,000 of in-kind ser-
vice, brings the project's funding to
$306,000.


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(From page one)
Several board members said
Monday they favored razing the
former Macclenny Elementary
before attempting renovations in
the future if the projects ran a sim-
ilar risk.
Member Dean Griffis acknowl-
edged the "quick time" schedule to
coincide with completion of the
new school this summer may be
partly to blame for the confusion.,
The project was a "chaotic
mess," in the blunt assessment of
Jay Chung, project manager for
Core Construction.
"Had. they listened to me from'
Day One, they wouldn't have had
the delays," he asserted. "It
wouldn't be fair to assess penalties
against us; we bent over backward
to make that work."
He calculated the completion
delay at about 30 days, and blam-
ed at least three weeks of that on
delays on installation of kitchen
equipment. They in turn were
caused by alterations in wiring and
other electrical changes all
unforeseen and unanticipated in
the design phase.
In other matters this week, the
board approved an audit agree-
ment as part of a $3.2 million
grant for energy improvements at
county schools through the Sie-
mens corporation.
The grant allocates as much as
$1.3 million to Westside Elemen-
tary down to $303,000 to the new-
er Macclenny Elementary.
The district approved an alter-
ation to the rules government GED
high school equivalency diplomas.
It allows students who have.
passed the test to leave school
even if they lack minimum credits.
Certain conditions apply, like their
original kindergarten class has


already graduated.
The policy affects about 20 stu-
dents, estimates adult ed director
S,,qgrlon Webb. Departing students
will not count on the.district's
dropout census.


The board approved spending
an additional $3949'to cover ther-
mostats in classrooms at the re-
-cently-completed pre-K, -kinder-
garten school, plus a- $2757 railing
near the front entrance.


Food service workers Cindy Scott (left), the assistant manager, and Wendy Florio prepare
for the next shift of students on Tuesday, the second day the renovated cafeteria was open.


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US Forest Service officers are,
keeping an eye out for a 1988 yel-
low Mack truck stolen the week-
end before last from a wooded ar-
ea off Sand Hill Road in remote
northwest Baker County.
It's likely the truck, owned by
Murray Logging of Hampton, was
driven by vandals to another loca-
tion in the Osceola National For-
est, police believe.
It was missing from the logging
site north of CR 250 when work-
men got there the morning of Oc-
tober 10. It was last seen two days
before that.
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rear door overnight October 10.
Owner Elliot Haire told police
$900 in stereo equipment was
taken. The car was parked on Col-
'lege St. near the railroad in Mac-
clenny.


Harvey...

(From page one)
Eventually the officers were
able to subdue him.
When Mr. Harvey took the wit-
ness stand, however, he testified
he didn't hit anyone, but that he
was the victim of an unprovoked,
attack by the police.
"I won't lie, my intention was
to run, but I never got the chance
to," he 'testified. "They snatched
me down by the back of my shirt. I
looked up at [Whitaker] and said,
'What's going on?' and he hit me
on the head with a flashlight."
Mr. Harvey said he remembers
nothing after that until he arrived
at the Fraser Hospital emergency
room for treatment of several lac-
erations on his head. It took 20 sta-
ples to close the wounds. Jurors
were shown photographs of the in-
juries.
Both officers testified they
\didn't recall how many times they
hit him.
"It was total chaos," according
Sto Deputy Ross, who said it was
the most violent encounter of his
career, which included seven years
working in the state prison system
with "inmates who knew they'd
never be on the street again."
The only independent witness
to the incident W.as Daniel McCoy,
who went to Macs "to have a
good time," but after, a fight be-
tween a patron and the barmaid
earlier in the evening, he helped
out as a quasi-bouncer.
He generally confirmed the of-
ficers' version, although at one
point he-turned to close the door


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friends in there."
When he turned back to the
scuffle, the three men were on the
ground.
: Asked if the officers used ex-
cessive force, he replied, "Not for
the circumstances."
Mr. McCoy also testified that
Mr. Harvey threatened Deputy
Ross and his family.
An emergency room nurse said
he did the same thing at the hospi-
tal.
"[Mr. Harvey] said if he had to,
he'd go through [Deputy Ross']
kids to get to him."
While Mr. Harvey was being
treated, Deputy Ross discussed the
incident with Lt. Billy Miller on


the radio.
During that conversation, he
made a statement that may have
cost him with the jury.
"We- woire&his ass out with. ours
flashlight-,". he was heard: saying
on a recording of the radio call.
Jurors weren't in the courtroom
when the CD was played, bur Mr.
Nelson asked the officer to con-
firm for the jury that's what he
said.
In his closing, Mr. Nelson made
several references to the statement.
Sheriff Dobson said he believed
it was that statement, along with
the fact that neither deputy had ob-
vious signs of injury, that led the
jury to reach, a compromise ver-
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LETTERS FROM READERS THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday October 13, 2005 Page Three


Why do gender


and race matter on


advisory councils?


IMPRESSIONS

... .. ... .. ...
In recent weeks since the depar-
ture of the now retired Nancy Szan-
to, I'm assigned to cover the Baker
County School Board.
Years back when things were
simpler, the board was one of my
regular beats. The hiring and firing
of coaches was a big deal then,
guaranteed to fill the small board
room at the front of the district of-
fice.
And a small room it was, There
was method to that madness; it had
the subtle effect of limiting the
number of people who could
squeeze in to complain about a
coach they didn't like, or a bus dri-
ver who was mean to their kids
(they'd bring their relatives with
them).
I wasn't here during the integra-
tion debate, but one can but imagine
what those were like.
Not so anymore.
School board meetings are orga-
nized to the max, and the adminis-
tration of Paula Barton does every-
thing it can to head off rowdy par-
ents or loud dissenters whenever
possible.
That's relatively easy to do today
since the operation of public
schools is a "cut and dried" affair.
The Department of Education in
Tallahassee runs everything, and it
tells each of Florida's 67 districts
pretty much how that's going to be.
Not to say the room won't fill up
again on some future day. It's a
much bigger meeting room in 2005,
mind you, but 98% of a typical au-
dience consists of district employ-..
ees, mostly administrators (they call
them "'educational leaders" today).
It almost makes you pine for the
days % hen the boys in the overalls.
packed the room, lea\ ing their wads
of chewing tobacco spat out on the
lawn outside the building.
Okay, not quite.
What brought all this on was an
observation made while leafing
through bulky SAC (School Advi-
sory Council) reports approved as a
routine matter this week.
To my astonishment, its mem-
bers, both school employees and
volunteers appointed from the pub-
lic ranks, are designated by race and
gender..
I thought that stuff wasn't sup-
posed to mean anything anymore.
SAC committees are mandated
by the state to oversee efforts each
year to improve school perfor- .
mance. That's a noble effort, to be
sure, but it makes for mind-numb-
ing reading.
When you are writing to bureau-
crats, you write like a bureaucrat.
My students at UNF learn in the
early weeks of a semester that writ-
ing like a bureaucrat ensures poor
grades. Too bad the education
schools at our universities haven't
caught on to that.
,Regardless, can someone tell me
with any assurance why the gender
and race of SAC members niakes
any difference?
Apparently, only to the Depart-
ment of Education.
I put.the question to School Su-


perintendent Barton and she af-
firmed my suspicions. Rolling her
eyes, she said something like,
"That's the Department of Educa-
tion."
Such political correctness would
seem harmless, unless one ponders
the fact that it has harmed this
country terribly.
. Witness Hurricane Katrina.
The preposterous notion that the
storm's aftermath was somehow a
racially motivated plot was fueled
by just the kind of people who be-
lieve the racial and gender makeup
of a school advisory committee is
important.
School districts for sure should
strive to include as many diverse
parts of a community as feasible,
but they won't achieve accurate
representation 99 percent of the
time.
That's the way it goes.
DOE runs the schools because
DOE controls the bulk of funds
used to keep them open (Baker
County's budget is $44 million and
change this year).
In a perfect world,we could tell
DOE thanks for all the advice, but
we'll run the schools ourselves.
SWe could also say:
The money you forward to us
each year isn't yours anyway it's
ours. And we could make do with a
lot less if we didn't have to comply
with all x our gobbledygook.
We could send half our adminis-
trators back into the classrooms
\ here the\ belong, and when it
comes time to prepare our "im-
provement committees," we'd not
worry about silly quotas.
Aren't you glad I'm back cover-
ing schools?


Would 'The Donald'


Dear Editor:
While I happen to be a fan (and
former employee) of Paula Barton,
I am utterly opposed to making
changes to the (superintendent's)
job description--in fact, I'm for
making it even more open!
Here's why:
First, does anyone think that,
say, a Donald Trump, Steve Jobs,
or a Jack Welch--none of whom
has an education degree or teacher
certification, to my knowledge--
would not utterly revolutionize the
Baker County School System?
Though none of these gentlemen
have experience as a principal, can
anyone imagine them not taking
bold, decisive, effective action in
response to a "C" on the FCAT? Of
course not! They would be every


bit as dissatisfied as our current
Superintendent is.
Further, they would respond
with incredible urgency, bringing
world-class organizational and
motivational skills, a Who's Who
list of contacts, top-tier quality
management experience, and so
forth. Why in the world would we
want to exclude such candidates if
we were fortunate enough to attract
them?
Second, while we have great
teachers and academic leaders here
in Baker County, when we ensure
that the only ones that are ever like-
ly to follow Mrs. Barton are prod-
ucts of the very school system
we'll be hiring them to improve,
we may find that.we have limited
our choices to those who might not


be happy z

bring anything particularly new to
the table.
Quite simply, sometimes you
need a fresh, bold, bull-in-the-
china-shop approach to get to the
next level. With some very promis-
ing exceptions, it is not unreason-
able to assume that most of those in
current leadership, while perfectly
equipped to maintain the status
quo, are not similarly equipped to
dramatically improve it.
Lastly, just in case Donald
Trump or other such effective lead-
ers would ever want to-be our
School Superintendent in the post-
Barton era, let's always leave the
door open for them. Such candi-
dates would impact our school sys-
tem in a huge and wonderful way.
So, yes, let's indeed change the


ock VI: revenge of tgeiatric


I'm excited. Man, I can hardly
wait. Sylvester Stallone has signed
to do Rocky VI.
Wov.! Cinematic history is about
to be made. Do you detect a wisp
of sarcasm?
SThe 60ryear-old actor has re-
cently put pen to paper to make the
sixth installment of his series of
boxing flicks. The film, titled
Rocky Balboa, has the former
heavyweight champ coming out of
retirement to box again. The actual
plot of this monumental film has
not been.announced.
Naturally. i can think of a few
possible script ideas. In one, our
boy Rocky is inithe nursing home
and a couple of tough guN geri-
atrics try to steal his tapioca pud-
ding.
Rocky, -never one to be pushed
around, stands up and' cracks the
nearest tough across the skull with
his walker., He then clears the
room. In the final scene, he is seat-
ed contentedly at his table with,
everybody's bowls of tapioca
arranged on his table.
In scene two, Rocky Balboa re-
sists being bathed by a male nurse
instead of his beloved Adrienne.
He takes the nurse out with a well-
placed shot to the eye. Three other
burly male nurses who have been
lurking in the hall expecting trouble
wade into the fray.. Rocky uses a


bed pan to dispatch two of them,
but the third is able to medicate
him in the scuffle.
Rocky then has a medicated
dream in which he is visited by the
ghosts of his former manager,
Mickey, and Apollo Creed. '
"Whatcha doing Rock," Mickey
yells at him. "I tole ya and tole ya. Ya
gotta control that temper, ya big lug."
."Rocky, man," says Creed.
"You're a better fighter than that.
You got the game of life ahead of
you and you've got to strap on your
gloves and go after it. You can't be
throwing punches at everybody you
meet."
"Oh yeah?," says Rocky and
proceeds to duke it out %\ ith Apollo
Creed's ghost. At this point Adri-
enne comes into the room and cra-
dles Rocky's head in her hands
while he cries like a baby.
"Oh, Rocky, Rocky, what are
you doing to yourself?"
Rocky mumbles something in-
coherent, which is what most of
Stallone's dialog sounds like any-
.way. The only thing we can under-
stand anyway is his constant re-
peating of, "Yo, Adrienne!"
Another plot option might be
Rocky boxing his own son, who in
movie years is probably be.about
25 by now. The climax to the
movie could be the two of them in
a heap on the canvas, with Rocky,


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one eye swollen shut, yplling, "Yo,
Adrienne!" at the top of,his lungs.
Across, the canvas his son, with his
nose broken and the other eye
swollen shut is yelling, "Yo,'Mam-
ma!"
Talia Shire as Adrienne, her dark
hair. turned gray, is standing con-
flicted by the ring ropes trying to
decide which of the pugilists to run
to. Finally, she shrugs her shoulders
and says, "The heck with both of
you. Come on, James, let's ditch
this joint." She leaves the Arena
with Pierce Brosnan, who was re-
centl\ sacked as James Bond for
being too old.
There are some problems, of
course, that must be dealt with.
Some stars have very picky tastes.
Jennifer Lopez requires certain
foods like kiwi and yogurt in her
trailer. Balboa. requires dozens of
prune Danish and a fountain of
Geritol.
Balboa presents certain prob-
lems for his director of photogra-
phy. One of my favorite lines is
from the movie Tootsie. Dustin
Hoffman, in drag playing Tootsie,
is being photographed for a soap
opera. The director tells the cine-
matographer to pull the camera
back to make him/her look better.
"How far?" he asks the director.
S"Pull back to Cleveland," the di-'
rector responds.
Cinematographers have various
tricks they use to make stars look
more appealing. The most famous
is using a thin coat of Vaseline on
the lens to soften the age lines of
their stars to make them look
younger.
I've heard the cinematographer
for Rocky 6 has been ordering bar-
rels of crude oil to apply to the
lens. I don't know if it is true, but
that's what I've heard.
I'm hoping this doesn't become
a trend, but I'm not holding my
breath. If the Rolling Stones can hit
the road at their ages, why can't
Stallone make another Rocky
movie? I'm all for it.
That doesn't mean I'm going to,
go watch it. I had enough of Rocky
movies when he battled the Russ-
ian guy who looked like Vanilla
Ice.
Hey, maybe they can bring back
the Russian guy.Or Vanilla Ice. He
needs the work.


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job description...but in the other
direction. While we might indeed
insist upon a college education, we
ought to work to remove require-
ments that may demand an educa-
tion degree or teacher certification.
And let's not insist that candi-
dates must have certain "experi-
ence" that may equip them to only
maintain the current performance
levels.
SVery simply, let's leave the door
open wide enough so that we have
the flexibility to always, always,
always choose the very best super-
intendent for our children.
AARON SCTTr
Macclenny


Grateful

for police

at funeral
Dear Editor:
The people of Baker County
should be proud of the way the
sheriff's department handles itself.
It did our hearts good to see the
honor, respect and professionalism
the deputies showed during the
funeral of our mother, June J. Ire-
land.
Raised in a military household
during the Vietnam war, we attend-
ed many military funerals, and they
were always handled with the
utmost respect. But not until the
funeral of our mother have we seen'
this kind of respect show outside
the military.
When he heard of Mom's pass-
ing, Deputy Tony Norman immedi-
ately volunteered to lead the
procession.The other deputies who
participated were all in place at the
right time, and wore white gloves.
When the hearse passed each of
them, they bo\%ed heads and folded
hands in front of them. I was
proud.
People also stopped their cars
along the way, and that. was re-
spectful.
Thanks to the .sheriff for arrang-
ing so that these fine representa-
'fi\ves of.iot&r co'un V show, thZir
respect in such an honorable way.
THE IRELAND FAMILY
\Willie Chene, L eland and C ndle


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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS Thursday, October 20, 2005 Page Four



Blair Nurseries plans


still on hold pending


choice on utility study


BY MICHAEL RINKER
Press Staff
The long-delayed Blair Nurs-
eries development off SR 121.
south of the interstate will have to
wait a little longer, as Macclenny
officials decide which of two con-.
sutltants will study how the city's
water and sewer system will be
able to service the area.
I The city's consultant Frank
Darabi presented a proposal to
commissioners at their last meet-
ing offering to do the study for
$122,850.
Meanwhile, developer Charles
Chupp wants his engineering con-.
sultant to do the study,
City Manager Gerald Dopson
said Tuesday he hasn't received a
cost estimate from the Chupp
group.
In addition, if Darabi and Asso-
ciates does the study, Mr. Chupp
will have to pay two-thirds of the
cost.
The Blair Nurseries develop-
mentcalls for 577 units, 200 of
which are multi-family, and a
20,000-square-foot shopping cen-
ter on 200 acres. It is located along.
the west side of SR 121 between
Bobby Sapp Road and Mud Lake
Road. Itextends west almost to
CR 125.
Mr. Chupp turned to Macclennv
for water and sewer help after state
regulators would not allow indi-
vidual wells and septic tanks for
the development.
He has been seeking approval
for nearly two years, about four
times the usual time frame.
Mr.,Chupp proposed to Mac-
clenny officials that he would pay
to extend the city's water and sew-
er lines to that area of the county.
He would turn over the lines to
the city after he recouped his costs
from hookups to subsequent de-
velopments in the area.
It's an arrangement similar to


the one Macclenny officials struck
with Wal-Mart for its Supercenter
to be build on CR 228 south of the
city limits.
At a commission meeting last
month, Mr. Darabi vehemently ob-
jected to the plan.
He agreed, however, to meet
with Blair Nurseries representa-
tives to come up with an alternate
plan.
The study he is proposing
would integrate Blair Nurseries'
needs, servicing subsequent devel-
opment in the area, and what tech-
nical improvements are needed to
.the city's current utilities infra-
structure to accommodate those.
Mr. Dopson said city commis-
sioners at one of their next couple
of meetings will consider which
consultant to hire for the study.


Woman tells

police she may

have been raped

Police will await the results of
an examination at the Jacksonville
Rape Crisis Center before deciding
whether to further investigate the
suspicion of a Nlacclenny woman
that she may have been raped in her
sleep the morning of October 16.
The 30-year-old woman awoke
That morning at her northwest city
residence to find her clothing in
disarray, and other signs that
someone had been in her bedroom
during the night.
She told police a friend drove
her home after a night of heavy
drinking, and she does not remem-
ber anything after going to bed.
She also reported a DVD and
VCR had been removed from the
residence that night.
The \~oman agreed that morning
to an examination at the Shands
Jacksonville rape center.


.,NOTWI t ,--,.C HEARING "-

Notice is hereby given that the proposed ordinances whose
titles hereinafter appear will be brought up for public hearing
and possible adoption on Tuesday, November 1, 2005 at 6:01
pm, or as soon thereafter as possible, at the Baker County
Administration Building, 55 North Third Street, Macclenny,
Florida. Copies of said ordinances may be inspected by any
member of the public in the Commissioner's office, address
stated above. On the date above-mentioned, all interested par-
ties may appear and be heard with respect to the proposed
ordinances which are titled as follows:

ORDINANCE
AN ORDINANCE OF THE COUNTY OF BAKER, FLORIDA,
AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 91-1, AS AMENDED,
REGARDING THE FUTURE LAND USE MAP OF THE ADOPT-
ED COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, WITH RESPECT TO A PARCEL
OF LAND, BEING APPROXIMATELY .50 ACRE IN SIZE, RELAT-
ING TO THE SMALL SCALE DEVELOPMENT AMENDMENT
PROCEDURES ESTABLISHED IN SECTIONS 163.3215, FLORI-
DA STATUTES, PURSUANT TO .AN APPLICATION SUBMITTED
BY DUSTIN WILLIAMS; PROVIDING FOR A CHANGE IN
LAND USE CLASSIFICATION FROM AGRICULTURAL ZONE B
TO RESIDENTIAL ZONE E; PROVIDING. SEVERABILITY AND
AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

ORDINANCE
AN ORDINANCE OF THE COUNTY OF BAKER, FLORIDA,
REZONING .50 ACRE OF REAL PROPERTY OWNED BY
DUSTIN WILLIAMS, FROM AG 7.5 TO RCMH .50; PROVID-
ING SEVERABILITY AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.



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Dustin Williams property located on Jim Starling Rd., off
Mudlake Rd., off 125 N., north of Glen St. Mary.

Persons interested in commenting on the proposed rezoning may appear
and shall be given an opportunity to speak at the public hearing or may
send written comments to: Baker County Planning Department, 81 North
Third Street, Maccclenny, Florida 32063. Copies of the ordinance are
available for public inspection at the Baker County Planning Department.
For additional information, please call (904) 259-3354.
NOTE: Pursuant to Section 286.0105, Florida Statutes, if any member of
the public desires to appeal any decision made at this public hearing,
he/she will need a record of the proceedings and for that purpose may
need to ensure that he,'she transcribe a verbatim record of the proceed-
ings, uhich record would include the testimony and evidence upon which
the appeal is to be based.
In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, persons needing a
special accommodation or an interpreter to participate in this proceeding
should contact the County Commissioners'office at (904) 259-3613 at least
48 hours prior to the time of the hearing.


County gets utility grant


(From page one)

project, which means guaranteeing
the loan or perhaps donating the
land.
Sewer and water service in the
western and northern parts of the
county will clear the way for addi-
tional development there.
"The [Department of Commu-
nity Affairs] said it wasn't going to
approve more large-scale develop-
ments here until water and sewer
gets done," Mr. Griffis told com-
missioners.
He said that Macclenny and
county officials had come to an in-
formal agreement that Glen St.
Mary would be the "line in the
sand for water and sewer."
Macclenny already furnishes
utilities to Glen, and is likely to do'
so for new development in the cor-
ridor between the two towns. Mac-
clenny has lines running to the
high-school and Westside Elemen-
tary.
Under the "line in the sand"
doctrine, the county would be re-
sponsible for servicing areas west
of Glen, out to Olustee.
Mr. Hancock said the sewer
plant would accommodate a swath
through the county, running north-
east from Sanderson to the St.
Nlary's Shoals area off Yarbrough
Road.
NMacclennN is in ihe midst of
planning how best to run \ ater
and sewer lines a couple of miles
along SR 121 south of its city lim-
its.
It wasn't a sure thing that the


county would make the list this
year.
"I had heard a couple of weeks
ago that DEP wasn't going to fund
anything east of Suwannee Coun-
ty," Mr. Hancock said.
In addition to the low interest
rate, the official said it's likely
some of the interest will be forgiv-
en because Baker is an economi-
cally disadvantaged county.
Repayment will not begin until,


six months after the plant is up and
running, which allows the county
to begin receiving income from
the facilities.
In a couple of months, the
county will apply for funds to be-
gin work on a water system to go
with the sewer, added Mr. Han-
cock.

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NOTICE OF

RE;ONINAMENDM NT

Notice is hereby given that the proposed ordinances whose
titles hereinafter appear will be brought up for public hearing
and possible adoption on Tuesday, November 1, 2005 at 6:o1
pm or as soon thereafter as possible, in the Commission
Chambers of the Baker County Administration Building, 55
North Third Street, Macclenny, FL 32063. All interested parties
may appear and be heard with respect to the proposed ordi-
nance which is titled as follows:

AN ORDINANCE OF BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA, REZON-
ING .90 ACRE OF REAL PROPERTY OWNED BY LESLIE
THOMAS, FROM RCMH 1 TO RCMH .50; PROVIDING FOR
SEVERABILITY AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.



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located oqf Rutfs Powers
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AN ORDINANCE OF BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA, REZON-
ING 1.79 ACRES OF REAL PROPERTY OWNED BY GEORGE
KNABB JR., FROM RCMH1 TO RC .50; PROVIDING SEVER-
ABILITY AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE. ,


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located on the corner of
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Persons interested in commenting on the proposed rezoning may appear
and shall be given an opportunity to speak at the public hearing or may
send written comments to: Baker County Planning Department, 81 North
Third Street, Maccclenny, Florida 32063. Copies of the ordinance are
available for public inspection at the Baker County Planning Department.
For additional information, please call (904) 259-3354.
NOTE: Pursuant to Section 286.01o5, Florida Statutes, if a person decides
to appeal any decision made by the Baker County Board of County
Commissioners with respect to the adoption of the proposed rezoning, he
or she will need a record of the proceeding and should ensure that a uerba-
tim record of the proceeding is made, which record includes testimony and
evidence upon which the appeal is based.
In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, persons needing a
special accommodation or an interpreter to participate in this proceeding
should contact the County Commissioners'office at (904) 259-3613 at least
48 hours prior to the time of the hearing.


DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN & FAMILIES
NORTHEAST FLORIDA STATE HOSPITAL
The Community Behavioral HealthCare
Advisory Board announces a mneeing
DATE AND TIME Tuesday, Oclober 25, 2005
at11:30 am
PLACE Noriheasi Florida Slale Hospilal
Building 1. Corlerence Roorm
GENERAL SUBJECT MATTER TO BE CON.
SIDERED Organizational meeting and general
provision of Services by the Communiry Beriav-
Ioral HeallhCare Office.
Please call (904 259+6211 <1693 for insiruc-
ions on parlicipation
10/20c

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 vehicle will be sold at public
aucllion November 4, 2005 al 10"00 am. 31 Higgin.
bo.liriamT Towvirqg., R ecoiery, US 90 WesI -GlIf;l
Sr h Mar FL 32010J 1
1988 Toyota pickup
VIN# JT4RN50R1 J5141913
10'20c


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
FOR BAKER COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO 02.2005-CA0138
GREEN TREE SERVICING. LLC i.t/a
GREENTREE FINANCIAL SERVICING CORP
1400 Turbine Drive
Rapd: C.ry. SD 57703
Plainin.

MELODY GREENWOOD
Delenaanis
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO MELODY GREENWOOD
YOU ARE NOTIFIED thai a foreclosure action
has been file against you on nhe following de-
srirbed property
Parcel 32
A parcel of land, lying in and being a part
of the Northwest quarter of Section 7, Town-
ship 3 South, Range 22 East, Baker County,
Florida being more particularly described as
follows:
For a point of reference commence at the
intersection of the Northerly R/W line of State
Road No. S-23-A with the Easterly boundary
of the Northwest quarter of Section 7, Town-
ship 3 South, Range 22 East, Baker County,
Florida, run thence S 55'25'57' E along said
Northerly R/W line of SR S-23-A, a distance of
253.60 feet to the beginning of a curve to the
right in said R/W line. Having a radius of
1105.92 and being concave to the Northwest-
erly, run thence along said curved R/W line an
arc distance of 6.49 feet thru a central angle of
0'20 11.4', said arc having a chord bearing of
S 55'36'03' W and a chord distance of 6.47
feet, to an intersection with the Easterly line of
a fifty foot road easement, run thence N
0'44'27 E, along the Easterly line of said 50
foot road easement a distance of 256.86 feet
to an angle point in said Easterly line, thence
N 47-15'33" W. Along the Northeasterly line of
said 50 foot road easement a distance of
264.00 feet to the point of beginning, of the
parcel of land herein described, thence for a
first course run N 49-20'55' E, along the cen-
terline of a 15 foot drainage easement a dis-
tance of 214 feet, more or less to the center-
line of an existing creek, thence for a second
course, return to the point of beginning and
run thence N 47515'38" W, along Ine North-
easterly line of the aforementioned 50 foot
road easement a distance of 100.00 feet,
thence for a third course run N 46'30'18" E, a
distance of 226 feet, more or less to the cen-
terline of the aforementioned creek, thence for
a fourth and final course run Southeasterly
along the meanderings of said creek a dis-
tance of 113 feet, more or less, to its Intersec-
tion with the termination of the first course as
described previously.
Together with that certain 1999 66x14
Peachstate Mobile Home, Serial No. PSH2GA-
1069.
and you are required to file a written response
with the Coun and serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, 0o it on Timothy D. Padgett.
Plainlif's attorney, whose address is 2810 Rem-
ington Green Circle, Tallahassee. Florida 32308.
at least thirty (30) days from the date l first public.
caton or on or before November 8, 2005 and file
the original with Ine clerk ofl his court edher be-
fore service on Plaintiff's attorney or immediately
thereafter, otherwise a default will be entered
against you for Ihe relief demanded In tne com-
plaint.
DATED this 7th day of October. 2005.
AI Fraser
Clerk of Couns
by Jamie Crews
as Deputy Clerk
Timolny D Padget
Attorney for Plaintiff
2810 Remington Green Circle
Tallahassee, FL 32308
10/13-20c'


NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
The Baker County District School Board will
hold the following public hearing on Monday, No-
vember 7, 2005, in the District School Board
Meeting Room located at 270 South Boulevard.
East, Macclenny, Florida:
BEGINNING AT 6:30 PM
APPROVAL OF NEW AND REVISED
SCHOOL BOARD POLICIES
The public is invited and encouraged to at-
tend.
The documents are available for preview at
the Baker County School Board Office located at
301 South Boulevard East, Macclenny, Florida.
8:30 am and 12:00 noon, Monday through Friday.
Paula T' Barton
Superinledenl of Schooil
9/29-11/3c


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA.
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE.NO.: 02.2005.CP-0043
IN RE: ESTATE OF
ELZIE LYNNWOOD WHITFIELD ,',.
Deceased .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration ,i Ine estate of Elzie Lyn-
nwc..,d Whirfield deceased. wnose date of death
was August 5 2005 is pending in Ine Circuit
Court hor Baker Counry Florida Probale Division,
File Number 02-2005-CP-0043, the address of
which is 339 E. Macclenny Avenue, Macclenny,
Florida, 32063. The names and addresses of the
personal representative and the personal repre-
sentai.'e's attorney are set fonh below. ,
N All creditors of'the decedent another per-
sons who have claims or demands against dece-
denr's estate ;nciuding' unmalured, contingent or
urnlquidated claims, and whor have been served a
copy or this inlice. rriut file Ineir claims rwih this
court wilnnr ire Ialer or Inree monris aher ihe
dale rol e firn s publicallon ol iris notice or Ihirty ,
days aier Ihe dale of service of a copy of this no-
tice on them.
All oiher cred;ors or ire decedent and per-
sons who: have claims or demands against the
decedeni's estlae including unmalured, conlrn- '
gent or unliquidaled claims, music file Iheir claims :
wian ins count itnnin three months after the date
ol ine firs publicaiinn ct Inls notice .
ALL CLAIMS NOT.SO FILED WILL BE FOR-
EVER BARRED
Notithstanding ir e time periods set forth
atb've, any claim filed rwoC (2) years or more'after r
the d ,cedent s date of death is barred.
S The dale iL i.e hfrst publication of Iris notce
s' Ociotier 13 2005
Anrornry lor personal represenlaiive:
HUGH D. FISH
Florida Bar No.: 0242861 ,
-PO Box 531
.Ma:lenny FL 32063
Telephone: (901i 259.6606 or 6705


Personal Representative:
Elsa L Reagan
10ll3-.20c

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE NO' 02-2005-CA.0158
.YARBOROUGH MOBILE HOMES. INC.
A Florida corporallon,
Plainilrts.
vs.


WILLIE JACKSON. deceased
And all unrnowr grarilees. creditors and all
oirner padres claiming by through, under or
against ihem, and t1 dead. Iheir ur.nknown spous.
es. heirs, devilsees, granlees, creditors and all
clner panics clrimin by rhrougn under or
a,:ar.Tiiem,-rjv iall jrpllipowr g -rieas,-crOri .-
lorr, r.,nd aal .l:rier pan ; claimring'b, lhr'ough,
under or against ihinm and, if aead, or not .norwn
to be dead or alive. Inner several and respecltve
estates. unknown spouses neirs, devisees.
granlees and creditors. or olner panes claiming
by. Inrougn,. under or against Irose unknown nat-
ural persons and ne several and respective un-
known assigns, successors in interest. trustees.
Creadiors. lienors or any otmer party claiming by,
through, under. or against any corporation, exist-
ing or dissolved, or oiner legal eniTry named as a
.derendanl and all claimants. persons or panics.
naluial or corporate. or whose exact legal status
is unknown, claiming under any of Ire above
named or described defendantsor parties or
claiming I have any right, lile, or interest in and
L mthe lands hereaher described
Defendant
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO. WILLIE JACKSON, deceased
YOU ARE NOTIFIED lha an action to quiet
lle on the following property in Baker Counry.
Florida.
A part of Section 32, Township 2 South,
Range 22 East, more particularly described as
follows: Begin at the Southwest corner of the
North 1,2 of the NE 1,'4 of the NW 11/4 of the
SW 1/4 of said Seclion 32, and run N 100'47"
W, along the West line thereof, said line also
being the East line of lands described In Offi-
cial Records Book 293, page 262 of the public
records of Baker County, Florida and its ex-
tension 282.06 feet to a point on the North line
of said SW 1/4 as locally occupied: thence N
88'1610" E, along said occupied line, 620.59
feet; thence N 1'08'31 W, 230.68 feet to a
point on the South right of way line of the
Seaboard Coastline Railroad, being also the
South right of way line of Railroad Street;
thence N 78*57 35" E, along the South line
thereof, 498.53 feet to the Northwest corner of
lands described In Deed Book "F", page 737
of said county; thence S 1102'25" E, along
the West line thereof 220.00 feet to the South-
west corner thereof; thence N 78'57'35" E,
along the South line thereof 5.18 feet to the
Northwest corner of lands described In Offi-
cial Records Book 146, page 160 and 161 of
said county; thence S 1095723 E, along the
West line thereof, and Its extension, 89.80 feet
to a point on the South line of the SE 1/4 of
the NW 114 of said Section 32; thence S
89'23 02 W, along said South line, 288.73 feet
to the NE corner of the West 3.27 chains
(215.82 feet) of the N 1/4 of the NE 1/4 of said
SW 1/4; thence S 01'0321" E, 312.15 feet to
the South line of said N 1/4 of the NE 1/ 4 of
the SW 1,4; thence S 8926'34" W, along said
South line and its Westerly extension, 881.38
feet to the Point of Beginning. Less and ex-
cept road right of way for Ninth Street.
And Also: A lot beginning at the Intersec-
tion of the South line of the right of way of the
Seaboard Air Line Railroad Company and the
SEast line of the E 1/2 of the SE 1/4 of the SW
1/4 of the NW 1/4 of Section 32, in Township 2
South, Range 22 East, thence run Westerly
along the South line of said right of way, 134
feet, thence South to the South line of the E
1/2 of the SE 1/4 of the SW 1/4 of the NW 1/4,
thence East along said South line, 112 feet,
thence North along the East line of the E 1/2
of the SE 1/4 of the SW 1/4 of the NW 1/4 of
said Section to the Point of Beginning.
And Also known as: The N 1/4 of E 112 of
NW 1/4 of SW 114 and the West 3.27 chains of
the N 1/4 of NE 1/4 of SW 1/4 and that part of
the SE 1/4 of NW 1/4 South of Railroad and
West of Williams and Jackson Lots, Section
32, Township 1 South, Range 22 East.
has been tiled against you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your written defenses, a1
any. to i on Frank E. Maloney, Jr., P.A., attorney
whose address is 445 East Macclenny Avenue,
Macclenny, Florida 32063; (904) 259-3155,
within tinry (30) days aher the firsl publication of
the notice and on or before Ihe 7th day ol Novem.
ber, 2005. and to file Ihe original wnh the clerk ol
his count either before service on Frank E. Mal-
oney. Jr P.A attorney or immediately thereafter;
olnerwise a default will be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the complaint or petition.
WITNESS my hand and seal of this Court on
this 3ra day of October. 2005
Al Fraser
Clerk of Courts
by Jamle Crews
Sas Deputy Clerk
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A Jacksonville man arrested in
Baker County recently for disorder-
ly intoxication ended up October
13 charged with failure to register
as a sex offender, a third degree
felony.
County Judge Joey Williams
caught the violation while review-
ing the computer-generated criminal
record of Timothy Wayne Freeman,
24, during a first appearance on the
initial charge October 11.
Mr. Freeman was convicted in
1999 of a sexual offense in Berrien
County, Michigan, and that state

Blames son's

behavior on

addiction to

pornography
A 41-year-old mother who
called police the afternoon of
October 11 after a physical con-
frontation with her son blames his
troubles on an addiction to porn-
ography.
The 17-year-old son, a student at
Baker County High School, has
become unmanagable and physi-
cally abusive in response to her
efforts to restrict his use of the tele-
phone, the mother told Sgt. Mich-
ael Crews after he responded to the
call off Glory Road in Macclenny.
The mother said she is con-
cered for her safety after repeated
threats from the boy, and the situa-
tion has worsened in recent months.
She accused him of damaging
property at the residence, includ-
ing the breaking ddwn of a locked
door to.get to where she had stored
telephones.
The youth uses the phones to
dial up phone sex services and or-
der pornographic materials, the
mother alleges.
Sgt. Crews located the youth
that afternoon at the Emergency
Operations Center in west Mac-
clenny, where he is assigned to
work community service hours.
The suspect became agitated
when the, officer explained the pur-
pose of hiis isir, and made com-
ments suggesting he would harm
his mother. Sgt. Crews contacted
juvenile services to take him into
custody.
For the time being, he is charg-
ed with battery-domestic violence
for the confrontation with his
mother outside the residence that
day; it left her left arm bruised.
He faces a second misdemeanor
charge for domestic violence.

Arrested for

felony drugs
A Glen St. Mary couple riding
in a Chevrolet van stopped the
evening of October 15 for a defec-
tive tail light ended up charged
with felony drug possession.
Driver Homar Blackburn, 21, of
Glen St. Mary produced a metal
container with 24 pills of the pre-
scription medication Xanax when
questioned by Deputies Curtis
Ruise and Mike Lagle.
Passenger Samantha Vigil, 18,
also behaved in a nervous manner
when questioned by the officers,
and produced a plastic bag with
nine more of the pills that she had
been hiding in her clothing.
The arrest took place about
10:30 after the van was spotted
southbound on Lowder near Chip
Shot Drive.
Earlier that evening at the coun-
ty fair just to the north, the officers
arrested Joshua Tomlinson, 19, of
Jacksonville for disorderly intoxi-
cation.
Fair officials summoned police
after Mr. Tomlinson, who was
with a group of friends, became
loud and argumentative.


in sex offender failed to

address in Jacksonville
currently has a warrant out for his Motor Vehicles with their new
arrest for failing to register as a address," said Investigator Rho-
sexual offender. den.
A detective in St. Joseph, Mich. "It doesn't make any difference
told Investigator Gerald Rhoden of if you move across the street. You
the Baker County Sheriff's Office change your residence, you have
they would not seek to extradite to re-register."
Mr. Freeman, and the investigator The investigator recalls several
also learned from FDLE that he cases where offenders have chang-
had not registered in Florida when ed addresses inside Baker County
he moved here earlier this year. or moved here from Jacksonville
Mr. Freeman obtained a Florida and used the excuse that they
driver's license in June, 2005 and thought they were registered in
gave a Jacksonville address. Florida.
Police also learned that he com- State law requires convicted sex-
plied when living in Pennsylvania ual offenders make their where-
and had registered there. about known at all times as a pro-
In a subsequent interview with tection for neighbors. Their photos
Sthe local investigator, Mr. Freeman and addresses are posted on the
claimed he was told over the internet and elsewhere, and their
phone by someone at the Jackson- identities are kept on a statewide
ville Sheriff's Office he did not registry.
have to register in Florida. About the same time he was
He could not give the name of charged last Thursday with failure
the person at JSO nor other details to register, Investigator Rhoden
of the conversation, corrected the problem by entering
"Once a person is determined to Mr. Freeman into the Florida sys-
be a sexual offender and they are tem.
registered, they have only 48 hours The new address he entered: 56
after they move to get back in North 2nd St. in Macclenny the
touch with the Department of county jail.


Patient accused

in worker attack
A criminal complaint alleging
battery on a hospital employee
will be filed against a 41-year-old
patient at Northeast Florida State
Hospital.
It is the latest in a series of simi-
lar complaints against patients fol-
lowing attacks on personnel and
fellow patients at the state mental
hospital south of Macclenny.
Evelyn Howard, 62, of Lake
City filed the complaint with the
sheriff's department earlier this
month.
She accused patient Scott Rut-
ledge of shoving her against a wall
and striking and kicking her after
she fell to the floor. Ms. Howard
said she struck her head on a wall
and on the floor during the attack
the previous day.
In another complaint, this one
for assault, Christopher McMahan,
31, of Glen St. Mary is accused of
threatening Avery Crawford, 27, of
Macclenny at Memorial Stadium
the evening of October 10.
The accused is the ex-boyfriend
of a St. George, Ga. woman who
was with Mt. Crawford at a Youth
League game that evening.


THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS Thursday, October 20, 2005 Page Five


Drive-in damaged
A vandal or vandals did an esti-
mated $250 damage to the drive-in
menu board at the Macclenny Taco
Bell overnight on October 16.
When employees inspected it
the following morning, they found
the glass had been broken out and
the speaker box ripped from the
sign.
In theft reports, someone took a
cell phone belonging to Clarice
Crews from a counter top at the
nursing station of Fraser Hospital's
emergency room on October 11.
The owner gave police the iden-
tity of a male suspect she believes
is responsible.






THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS Thursday, October 20, 2005 Page Six


Downtown business owners are


urging parking limits,


BY MICHAEL RINKER
Press Staff
Macclenny city officials are set
to re-examine parking regulations
in downtown after local business
owners decried the lack of avail-
able spaces for customers.
City manager Gerald Dopson
said the issue may be on the agen-
da for the next meeting.
There is currently a two-hour
limit on the books, but it is not en-
forced and not necessarily suited
for what the business owners have
in mind.
"We'll look to clarify it by ordi-
nance as simply and effectively as
possible," Dopson said.
The area of concern is along US
90 between Sixth Street and Fourth
Street.
The primary problem is em-
ployees who park in that area,
leaving their cars there for the en-
tire day, and forcing customers to
drive farther away to find parking.
Another problem is enforce-


Business awards at Chamber banquet
More than 200 attended the annual Baker County Chamber of Cc'nmmir,:e b.l'anci at the
ag center the evening of October 13. winessing the conferring of its Bas intesi Appreciation
Awards to Dr. Meg Romeo (top photo with gues speaker Florida Seiat:"- Nancy Ar-
genziano) and funeral director Todd Ferreira (bottom photyi. Dr R,:.mio I ia rsc.',i:I
for opening a spacious dental office on Souith 5th in Macclenni. Mr Ferieira for complet-
ing extensive renovation to a Jormer church in 'tes ,laccten\. coril crM g it into a tiiiiril
home. Tonnie Blakely received the Comnutniort Serice Award fc.r rher rnice as interim
director of the Baker County Council oni Aging. Dr Romeo will sat .iin ao til i \ar a
Chamber president. The gathering also celebrated ithe Clhaber 's foiniditan' i 'u rs ao.
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ment.
Sheriff Joey Dobson said his
deputies do not have time to drive
around checking how long cars
have been parked in a space.
The city manager said enforce-
ment of the law is part of the city's
contract with the sheriff's office,
but he added that he understood
the sheriff's position.
"We'll work out a plan," he
said.
The group of downtown busi-
ness owners is spearheaded by Pe-
te Osgard, owner of Calendar's
Deli, car dealer Danny Lamb, and
Jim McGauley, publisher of The
Baker County Press. Mr. Osgard is
also building a sports bar adjacent
to Calendar's.
They'd been having informal
discussions with Mr. Dopson,
which led to a lunch meeting two
weeks ago.
Related to.the parking limit en-
forcement, the group would like to
see improvements to parking areas
adjacent to the railroad tracks.
Specifically, they are looking at


Stolen check cashed for $475


A former employee was named
,a suspect in the theft of three
checks and cashing of one of them
recently at a local liquor store.
Bruce Sapp of Custom Auto-
.motive and Design in Macclenn\
notified the Bheriff's department
on October 13 when his bank bal-
ance reflected a $475 debit that in
turn caused another check to
bounce.
Three checks turned up missing
from his company\ checkbook, and
Mr. Sapp said the former worker
knev its location.
Police also suspect now that the
name Jason Blug, to whom the
check was written, is fictitious., It
was endorsed in that name as well,
and the owner of Baker Beverage
in Macclenny said his employee
failed to secure, identification
when it was cashed.
In a second theft case N here the
victim named a suspect, the home
of Grads Ellis off CR 23D was.
looted on''$lt I in ro'ert in' during '
daylight hours on October 14..
The owner came home to find a
rear door had been pried open, and
told police an acquaintance who


had been staying there until that
morning is a likely suspect.

Two unruly at
disturbance sites
Two persons who became un-
ruly at the scene of disturbances
and refused repeated requests by
deputies to calm down were arrest-
ed for disorderly conduct and
resisting without \ violence.
Thomas Wilkerson, 31, of Mac-
clenny continued arguing with oth-
ers at the scene of a disturbance
off Shortway Place in Macclenny
just after midnight on October 15.
Deputy James Marker made the
arrest after several times request-
ing Mr. Wilkerson cease his verbal
challenges. He had a strong odor
of alcohol about him at the time,
the deputy noted.
Latisha Ackerman, 28, was
broqght.in on a resisting charge,
after'she refus'ei t'calm herself
and continued verbal threats against
another party to an argument at
Northwood Apartments the eve-
ning of October 11


upgrades
landscaping, lighting and paving
of the areas not currently paved.
In addition to parking issues,
the group is targeting property
owners who let their buildings fall
into disrepair.
They want buildings not only
brought up to code, but taken care
of aesthically.
The group will meet again next
month to work out details of park-
ing improvements. The meeting is
open to all downtown property
owners.


Gator Club social
All Gator fans are invited to the
Agriculture Center October 25 at
6:00 pm to a social. Pat Dooley, a
sportswriter with the Gainesville
Sun, will be speaking. Light hor
d'oeuvres will be provided by the
North Florida Gator Club.

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Marriage licenses in Septenber


The following marriages were
recorded at the Baker Count, court-
house during September:
Joseph Cannon & April Thompson.
both of Jacksonille. 9/23.
James Nlanucy of Sanderson & Jen-
nifer \\illiams of Baldwin, 9,24.
Carl Mays & Betty Maloney, both of
Macclenn). 9,24.
Dennis Towns Jr. & Theresa
Drumheller, both of Lake City, 9/25.
Robert Cordle of Baldwin &
Eleanor Norman of Glen St. Man, 9.26.
Melhin Tucker Jr. & Cr)stal
Fowler. both of Jacksonmille, 9;24.
Daniel Burnham of Macclenn &
Maria Biello of High Springs, Fla., 9/17.
John Rosier & Patricia Tripp. both
ofJackson'ille, 9/17.
Dustin Thomas of Maxville &
Amanda Richardson of Jackson ille.
9/17.
Craig Sorkness & Mary Williams.
both of Macclenny. 9/10.
Re% Murra) & Brenda Taple), both
of Jacksonville. 9/16.


Richard McCune of Sanderson &
Amie Hicks of Macclenn). 9'10.
Larr) Flo.d Jr. of Macclenni &
Nicolette Ruise of Margaretta. 9/14.
Shawn T.liczka & Carol Harris
both of NMa\ille. 9 9.
Donald Hingson & Tangie A.er.
both of Btrce% ille. 8/27
Gene Whitaker of Jackson ille &
Sharon Rike of Starke, 9/4.
Bryan Ellis of Odessa, Tex., & \Vicki
Lawson of Macclenn). 9 3.
Care. Nazorth & Pamela Greico
of Allamonte Springs. Fla., 9,3.
Justin Sands of Sanderson & Crystal
Co\ington of Glen St. Mar, 8.27.
Brandon Malleson & Amber Crews'
both of Nlacclenn), 9,2.


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Intoxicated...
An intoxicated man who kept
repeating his name instead of
answering questions put to him by
a county deputy ended up in jail
charged with disorderly intoxica-
tion in the pre-dawn hours of Oc-
tober 16.
Deputy Bill Starling responded
to a suspicious person call at the
Exxon Store on South 6th in Mac-
clenny just after 3:00, and found
Michael Davis, 31, of Sanderson
face down passed out inside a
phone booth.
A can of beer on the ground
nearby, his shirt pulled over his
head and his boots off, Mr. Davis
was slow to respond to several
queries by the officer:
"Can anyone come give you a
ride. home?
"Granny.
"What's your granny's name?
"Michael Davis.
"Where does she live?
"Michael Davis. I know the
sheriff of this county.
."Do you know the sheriff's
name?
"Yes sir, it's Michael Davis."
It was then that Mr. Davis was
taken to county jail and booked.


Christopher Crenshaw
Duty in Hawaii
Christopher J. Crenshaw will be
assigned to Ohau Island in Hawaii
following completion of a Navy
:J aviation" school at Widbey Island,
Washington.
.He is a 2003 graduate of Bald-
:win Senior High School and the
son of Ben and Cindy Crenshaw
of Maxville. He completed Navy
basic training at Great Lakes, Ill.
in July. His grandparents include
Grace Padgett of Maxville and
Helen Crenshaw of Jacksonville.


Suspended
County deputies continue to
find Baker County roadways lit-
tered with something other than
trash thrown from vehicle win-
dows roads littered with drivers
whose licenses have been sus-
pended.
In the past week or so, the list
of arrestees includes:
V Arnold Kent, 29, of Orange.
Park w\as sleeping at the \wheel of a
borrowed Jeep parked in the lot in
front of the Sprint Store on South
6th in Macclenny when approached
by Deputy Randy Davis about 6:00
am on October 12.
The officer needed assistance
awakening the 270 pound suspect,
and when he did, he learned Mr.
Kent's license had been suspended
five times.
Mr. Kent also said he had taken
prescription medicine and only
made it to Macclenn\ enroute to
Alabama from St. Augustine.
He %was also charged with re-

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sisting the officer by initially gi\-
ing a false name.
\ Heather Kelley, 19. of Sander-
son: a computer check re ealed
her license suspended three times
w hen she % as stopped in a Jeep
Cherokee on October 13.
Deput\ Erik Deloach pulled her
o\er because he was aware of her
past record.
x Charles M1. Da- is. 28, of Mac-
clenny: license suspended t ice
Shen arrested b\ Deputy Michael
Lagle the evening of October 14.
He was pulled oler at 1-10 and
South 6th because his Che rolet
Blazer lacked J tail light. He faces a
count of resisting the officer because
he initial\ gave a false name.
v Ke\ in Weeks. 27, of Jackson-


\ille: pulled o\er for running a red
light in Macclenn\ at 3:42 am on
October 15. His license had ti ice
before been suspended.
David Craw ford. 53, of Mac-
clenn\: Deputy Lagle recognized
him as an offender and pulled him
over on LIS 90 in MacclennN.
Mr. Craw ford's license had
been suspended for DUI.
\ Ste en Keith. 22. of Macclen-
n\: arrested the evening of Octo-
ber 12 outside the Da\'s Inn b\
Investigator Da\ id Br\ant, ~ ho
was in the area on a drug sur\eil-
lance.
The officer that evening also
learned that Mr. Keith is wanted
for a probation violationn in Brad-
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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS Thursday, October 20, 2005 Page Eight



SOCIAL


Olivia McGinley .
Sister is born
Montana Leigh McGinley is
pleased to announce the birth of
baby sister, Olivia Nicole McGin-
ley. She was born September 22.
Olivia weighed seven pounds, five
ounces and was 18 inches long.
Proud parents are Earl and
Candy McGinley of Glen St. Mary.,

Granddaughter is
born in Tennessee
Ashley and Christy Howe of
Ooltewah, Tenn., are proud to ann-
ounce the birth of' daughter Em-
erald Christine Howe. She was
born September 21 at Erlanger
Women's Center East in Chatta-
nooga, Tenn. She weighed six
pounds, 15 ounces and was 19 in-
ches long.
Grandparents are Rick and Amy
Daniels of Knoxville, Tenn., and
Terry and Ann Howe of Baldwin.

Horse Association
plans to start earlier
Due to continuing growth in
public participation, the Baker
County Horse Association will
meet at an earlier time starting Nov-
ember 5. The meting !will start at
6:00 pm.
The BCHA meets the first and
third Saturdays to enjoy equine
games, trail rides and jackpotcom-
petitions. All ages are\ welcome.
Events are held at the Baker
County Fairgrounds. For more
information, call 259-8455.

GED opportunity
The Baker County GED pro-
gram provides an opportunity for
adults to get their high school
diploma. Free adult basic educa-
tion and GED preparation classes
are available for residents of Baker
County.
Registration is November 1 at
6:30 pm in the middle school cafe-
teria. The test \ ill be November 7-
9. You will need a Florida picture
ID, social security verification,
adult education waivers (if any)
and the testing fee.
For questions, call 259-0403.


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Mr. Griffis andMs. Craig
Couple engaged
Ms. Vickie Morris of Glen St.
Mary and First Sergeant Wayne
Craig of Callahan are pleased to
announce the engagement of
daughter Amber L. Craig of Glen
St. Mary to Justin W. Griffis of
Glen St. Mary. He is the son of
Mike and Tina Griffis.
Amber is a 2002 graduate of
Baker County High School and is
in the nursing program at Lake
City Community College. Justin is
a 1999 graduate of Baker County
High School and an evangelist
with Sandcrson Congregational
Holiness Church.
A summer 2006 wedding is
planned.

Retired teachers
hosted last week
The Retired Educators of Baker
County were honored at the home
of Paula Barton and her staff on
October 12.
A business meeting preceded
the meal. The club voted to make a
contribution to the Retired Educat-
ors of Louisiana to help with their
struggle against Katrina. Joyce
Weldon showed a handmade scrap-
book she made to keep pictures of
the club in.
Birthday cards were given to
Nlary Linda Green. Mary Finlec
agreed to head the search for
goodi-s to go in bag fl.r the FHot-
ida Retired Educators Convention
in May. Tom and Joanne Cov-
ington reported on their attendance
at-the regional meeting in St.
Augustine.
The next meeting will be held
December 14 at the Women's
Club.

Living history

of Lake City

Celebrate the li ine history of
the beginninL of Lake City from
1810-1859 when it was known
simply as "Alligator" after the
leader of the Seminole village
located northeast of present day
Alligator Lake.
The 8th annual Alligator fest
runs through October 22 on the'
grounds of Lake City Community
College.
Exhibits include Indian living
skills, entertainment and a living
alligator show. The festival hours
are 9:00 am-6:00 pm daily.

PRESm DVETIIN


Anna Bolduc, the Council on
Aging cook for many years was
feted with a retirement reception at
the Senior Center. Ms. Anna re-
ceived several nice gifts that will
come in handy for her new travel
and was recognized for her long
and dedicated service. Anna has
promised that she and helper, Mag-
gie Patterson, will be back to cook
for next year's fair.
Many dedicated volunteers
helped make this year a successful
fair for the COA. The new cook,
Cheryl Dean, Johnny Mae Surren-
cy, Susie Fralick, Ethel Canterbury,
and Linda Bumsed helped prepare
food for the fair.
Thanks go out to Dianne
Williams who prepared and deliv-
ered chicken to the booth every
day, kept up a daily home delivered
meals route and worked in the
COA booth on every shift of the
event; to Mike Williams, who
cooked all the chicken; to Bert
Krammer, a tireless worker with'a
lot of good humor and practical
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shifts at the food booth.
To "Mac" McCollum for his
hours at the booth; to Julia Wurst,
Katee Gifford, Anne Cananaco, Ida
Raulerson, Sam Kitchen, Nicki
Ruis, Yolanda Baggett, Michelle
Davis, Paula Clardy, Amanda Cox,
Sheila Doss, Tammy Davis, Cindy
Green, Lynn Shope, Tom Hudson,
Mary Jones, Stanley Green and
Tim Williams.
Many thanks to all the other vol-
unteers, those super friends and
family members of staff and volun-
teers who generously gave their
time to this effort. 'All proceeds
from the booth went to meals, trans-
portation, in home and social set-
vices.
In a new twist on the COA's
usual Halloween party for seniors,
the Center will host a community
"trick or treat" station to allow se-
niors an opportunity to enjoy the
costumes, hand out candy and have
a good time. The Senior's Party
will be from 5:30 until 7:30 pm, on
October 31, with music and re-
freshments provided.
SENIORS' MENU
for the week of October 24-28
MONDAY: Sliced ham, scalloped pota-
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rice, carrots, bread, fruit, brownie and milk.
WEDNESDAY: Beef and macaroni
casserole, garlic bread, cauliflower, peach-
es and milk.
THURSDAY: Meatloaf and gravy,
mashed potatoes, mixed vegetables, ba-
nana, pudding and milk.
FRIDAY: Country fried steak with
gravy, creamed corn, mashed potatoes,
pineapple tidbits, roll and milk.


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Gulia Gainey

buried in Ga.
Gulia Marie Gainey, 61, of
Jacksonville died October 12,
2005 at the Community Hospice
Care Center in Jacksonville. Mrs.
Gainey was a resident of Jackson-
ville for 45 years.
Survivors include daughters
Sherry Fletcher and Tammy Rich-
ardson of Jacksonville; six grand-
children and one great-grandchild.
A service was held October 17 at
Guerry Funeral Home of Macclenny.
Interment followed at Boone's Creek
Cemetery in St. George, Ga.

Maida Johnson,

former nurse
Maida Beth Barnett Johnson,
88, of Macclenny died October 17,
2005. She was born on November
13, 1916. Mrs. Johnson moved to
Macclenny in 1993 from North
Hollywood, Cal. She served three
years in the US Army during WW
II and achieved the rank of lieu-
tenant.
Mrs. Johnson was a registered
nurse for over 28 years in Los
Angeles at St. Joseph's Medical
Center. She was a member of the
Sigma Delta Chi Sorority, the
Women's Club, UMW and the
United Methodist Church. She was
an avid quilter and was active in
her church and community.
She was predeceased by parents
Cloud and Eulalia Barnett, brother
Rex S. Barnett. Survivors include
brothers James E. of Woodland
Hills, Cal., William P. of Hum-
boldt, Kan., and Robert N. Bar-
nett; son Robert P. Johnson; dau-
ghter Eleanor M. Truitt.
A memorial service will be held
at a later date. In lieu of flowers,
donations may be made in her
memory to her church. Arrange-
ments were made by V. Todd Fetr-
eira Funeral Home of Macclenny.

Church sponsors
a mini-seminar
on incarceration
From the people who brought
you Everything You Wanted to
Know About Funeral Directing,
But Were Afraid to Ask, comes
another exciting and informative
seminar. This one is entitled,All
You Wanted to Know About Being
Incarcerated.
Faith Bible Church, located at
13429 Five Church Road in
Sanderson, will have a mini semi-
nar on Sunday, October 23 at 7:00
pm that will cover incarceration.
There will be a group of quali-
fied individuals that have worked
in prisons and jails for many years
to explain how the system works.
Please bring all of your questions
as there will be a question and
answer session.
In Loving Memory
of
Jessica Gray and her
son Trenton

They lost their lives on October 19,
2003. I know you are looking down on
us with that sweet smile of yours say-
ing, "Grandma, I love you."
I will love both of you forever and
won't ever forget that day.
"GRANDMA" LUCILLE REWIS


Funeral Mass

for Mr. Nader
Thomas Anthony Nader, Jr., 60,
of Macclenny died at his home on
Tuesday, October 18, 2005. He
was born on September 30, 1945
in Quincy, Mass. and moved to
Baker County 13 years ago from
Jacksonville.
Mr. Nader was a member of
Most Holy Redeemer Catholic
Church, and an active ham radio
operator (call sign WAY4WM).
He enjoyed fishing and was a pri-
vate pilot, a member of the Route
Hawgs Riders Club of Baker
County, and associated with the
Baker County Emergency Man-
agement Team. Mr. Nader owned
CT Fire Protection.
He was predeceased by his
father, Thomas Anthony Nader,
Sr.; surviving family members
include his loving wife Judy A.
Nader and mother Leonore Nader,
both of Macclenny; sons Thomas
A. Nader, III (Jody) of Palmetto,
Fla., Richard J. (Michelle) of Mac-
clenny, Charles A. (Loralei) of
Fort Myers, Fla., and Paula J. (An-
gela) of Lehigh, Fla.; brother
Charles L. (Edith) Nader of Ware-
ham, Mass.; also nine grandchil-
dren.
A funeral Mass will be celebrat-
ed on Saturday, October 22 at 9:00
am at his church on Normandy
Blvd. in Jacksonville with Father
Tom Willis as celebrant. Interment
will follow at Manntown Cem-
etery in Glen St. Mary. The family
will receive friends on Friday,
October 21 from 6:00-8:00 pm at
the chapel of Ferreira Funeral Set-
vices, 250 N. Lowder, Macclenny.

October 15 rites

forAlene Thomas
Alene Peterson Thomas died
October 4, 2005.
Survivors include a son Andre
J. Walker; three grandchildren; sis-
ters Edith and Vinita Williams;
brother Ike Parnell; uncle George
Peterson; aunt Ruth Atwater.
A service was held October 15
at Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church in
Macclenn). Rev. Gregory Jones
officiated.
Toston-La Fran's Funeral Home
of Jacksonville was in charge of
arrangements.

Deep appreciation
Thank you to all. those who
showed their respect and shared
their love on the passing of June J.
Ireland, She will be greatly missed.
Thank you to Doug Allen for
speaking so eloquently and to the
First Christian Church. Thank you
especially to Tony Norman for
leading the procession and to the
other members of the Sheriff's De-
partment for the very professional
S\\a that they handled themselves
and the traffic.
Thanks to the Yarbrough family
for making Mom a part of their
family and for all the help and
support through this trying time.
Thank you also to everyone else
that showed their respect.
Her fight was longhand hard,
and the loving outpouring from
you all \will neo er be forgotten.
THE FAMILY OF JUNE J. IRELAND


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





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Sunday Evening Worship 6 PM
"A n Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7 PM
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SANDERSON
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HOLINESS CHURCH
CR 127 N., SANDERSON, FL.
SUNDAY SCHOOL 10:00 AM
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 AM
SUNDAY EVENING WORSHIP 6:00 PM
WED. EVENING PRAYER SERVE. 7:30 PM
PASTOR: ORAL E. LYONS


THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS Thursday, October 20, 2005 Page Nine tIT


In Loving Memory
of
Alfredo "Fifi"
McGoogin
If you were here with us right now,
what would you be doing? So, since
you left, we are to carry on. We are go-
ing to continue to smile and show a
winning personality, and let people
know that we love them.
You said one thing that is always
true, that is, "I love you." Your out-
standing smiles, that joyful disposition,
the way you always carried yourself
No matter what the situation was, if you
were down, no one ever knew. You are
truly missed, but you will never, never
be forgotten with all of our love.



Haunted Jail

The Old Baker County Jail will
be haunted the nights of October
27-29 when the Baker County
Historical Society and the Baker
County High History Club team
up to conjure spirits and spooks to
delight and entertain all who
attend.
The Hall of Horrors will be set
up in the cellblock and will receive
visitors at 7:00 pm nightly. There
will also be candlelight tours of
the former sheriff's office and
home.
A fall carnival featuring food,
drinks and games will be held
Friday and Saturday nights.
The Old Jail is located .at 42
West McIver Street next to the
Emily Taber Library. All proceeds
will be matched by the Modern
Woodsmen of America and go
toward the restoration of the struc-
ture.

Fall festival fete
New Life Church of God will
have its annual fall festival and
hayride on October 29. Festivities
include games, food court, moon-
walk, hayride and dunking booth.
The event will be held in- the
parking lot of the church in 121
North from 5-9 pm. Admission is
free. Food items are available at a
nominal cost. The festival pro-
ceeds will benefit the Friday Night
Explosion youth group.
All ages are welcome. For more
information, call 259-6360.


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
Where Everyone Someriod'y and
Jesus is Ihe Li.jader
EVERYONE WELCOME
Pastor Rev. Ernie Terrell

MACCLENNY

CHURCH OF CHRIST
573 S, 5th St. 259-6059
Sunday Bible Study 9:45 am
Fellowship 10:30 am 11:00 am
Worship Services
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121 North 259-4461
Pa'tor Bobb'v Griffin

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County schools get $4500 in Exxon-Mobile grants
Five Baker County public schools were recently awarded cash amounts ranging from $500 to $1000 from Exxon Mo ile corporation, an
annual donation intended for purchase of materials and equipment. On hand for the presentation recently by Susan Nowlen (3rd from
right) of R.H. Davis Oil of Macclenny were (from left) Principal Kim Brannan of Westside, Vice-principal Johnnie Jacobs of BCHS,
Principal David Davis of the middle school, Superintendent Paula Barton, Ms. Nowlen, Principal Lynne Fort of Keller Intermediate, and
Principal LuAnne Williams of Macclenny Elementary. PHOTO COURTESY OF OF THE GAVONE DEMERS
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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS Thursday. October 20. 2005 Page Ten



Hot Dogs cool Cats


Baker still winless after Suwannee breaks open

close game in fourth quarter to take 18-6 victory


BY MICHAEL RINKER
Press Sports
Baker High's loss to Suwannee
County last Friday was a micro-
cosm of the Cats' season.
In the first half, a tough defense
and just enough offense kept them
close.
In the third quarter, however,
both the offense and defense suf-
fered a single breakdown, giving
up a touchdown pass on fourth
and 14, then failing to score a
touchdown in the red zone, thanks
in part to a crucial penalty.
In the fourth quarter, they were
a different team stung by mis-
takes, including a key turnover
and a player getting ejected for
fighting and unable to effective-
ly move the ball or stop the Bull-
dogs.
The result was an 18-6 loss at
home, and an 0-8 record for the
season.
In the process, their admittedly
thin chance to make the district
playoffs evaporated.
The Bulldogs, also having a
down year, had won just once this
season before taking the Cats.
"It was a tight game, I felt like
we were playing good defense,"
coach Carl West said.
"I felt going into the game that
the two teams were about even,
but turnovers were the difference,
especially in the second half."
Suwannee scored in the open-
ing quarter, driving 65 yards and
getting the touchdown on a three-


yard run. The Cats blocked the
extra point attempt, leaving the
score 6-0.
Both defenses played well until
Suwannee gave up a 43-yard pass
from Carlos Holton to Gary Dug-
ger that set up a Holton to Dugger
three-yard touchdown pass with
just 12 seconds left in the half.
Dugger had a big game, catch-
ing four balls for 112 yards and
the touchdown.
Holton completed five of nine
passes for 82 yards.
Craig Yarborough completed
two of nine for 40 yards and
threw an interception.
Sterling West also took some
snaps, but didn't throw any pass-
es. ,
Coach West said he gave quai-
terback West some reps in prac-
tice because he wasn't sure of
Holton's status after an injury the
previous week.,
It wasn't as bad as initially
thought, although Holton was not
100 percent. Also, Yarborough
has not quite come back all the
way from a preseason injury he
suffered.
"Since I was working with
Sterling I decided to put him back
in the rotation," West said. "For
the most part, all three did some
good things."
After scoring at the end of the
first half. West said he hoped for
his team to come out strong in the
third quarter.
"In football, especially in high
school, if you can keep momen-


tum on your side, it's like having
a 12th man... you play with more
life, more energy," he said.
The Cats, however, went three
and out on their first possession of
the second half.
,After the Dogs returned the en-
suing punt to Baker's 40, a long
run from scrimmage took them to
the 16.
The Cats' defense pushed them
back two yards in three plays, but
on fourth and 12, quarterback
Tajihuane Roundtree hit Mario
Holcomb with the touchdown
pass for a 12-6 Dogs' lead. The
extra point failed.
With a few minutes to go in the
quarter, Cats back Dontay John-
son broke free for a 66-yard run, to
the Suwannee 16.
For the game, Johnson gained
70 yards on three carries.
The Cats ran for 116 yards on
24 carries.
After Johnson's run, the Wild-
cats were moving toward the end
zone, but a penalty stalled the dri-
ve and they settled for a 34-yard
field goal from Jason Roberts.
The. score remained 12-9
through most of the fourth quar-
ter, although the Dogs appeared to
be outplaying Baker.
With little over three minutes
left, Suwannee's Jason Cherry in-
tercepted a Yarborough pass at
midfield and returned it to the
Cats'13.
Roundtree and Holcomb
hooked up again from six yards
out with 2:08 left in the game to


Jonathan Trippett has a Bulldog by the ball.


give Suwannee an 18-6 lead and
seal the deal.
Roundtree hit seven of 10 pass-
es for 91 yards and the two
scores.
Cherry led the Dogs in rushing
with 64 yards on eight carries. As
a team, they gained 191 yards on
44 carries.
Baker's 238 total yards were
well above its average of 182 per


game, according to statistics pub-
lished by The Florida Times-
Union.
The Cats ranked last in offense
among 33 teams in Northeast
Florida and 29th in team defense,
allowing about 301 yards per
game, the newspaper said.
The only Wildcat player to
show up in the individual cate-
gories was Dugger, who ranked


sixth among receivers with 384
yards on 23 catches.
The Cats have a bye this week,
then return October 28 to face
Bishop Kenny in Jacksonville at,
7:30 pm.
They finish their season No-
vember) 4 in the Homecoming
game against Fernandina Beach.at
7:30 pm.


Jags bounce Bucsforfirst league win


BY LAURA BETH BRINER
Press Sports
The Baker County Youth League Jaguars won their
first game of the season October 15. beating the Bucs
12-7.
Victor Givens carried the ball 11 .i
times for 172 yards, scoring to .
touchdowns on runs of 34 and 71
yards.
Hunter Riggs gained 27 yards on
four carries, and Reed Williams 24 ,.B
'on six.
On defense, Givens led the team i..
in tackles with six. Ty Sikes had four. ,*
along with a fumble recovery. ;J-
Williams had four tackles, Kyle -t
Fennell had three and Grayson ..:
Wagstaff had two. Sheldon Griffis, t
Dillion Nipper and Hodges each had ;-:'
a tackle. -
For the Bucs, Logan Kish had 6 .3,'
carries for 48 yards and scored the .- 20
only touchdown for the Bucs on a 14 _
yard run.
Quarterback Chase Drury rushed
for 31 yards on 5 carries and scored
the extra point. Jacob Milton carried Logan Kish score
the ball 8 times for 21 yards.
The defense really showed its game with 11 players
making tackles. With over 34 tackles made, the Bucs


First time in

regionals for

BCHSgolf

BY BOB GERARD
Press Sports
The Baker County High School
Wildcat golf team finished its sea-
son in fine style, placing third in
the district and seventh in the re-
gion, the first time Cats golfers
have made it as far as the region-
als, according to coach John Sta-
ples.
The Cats, who finished 19-6,
played well in the district tourna-
ment, finishing behind Alachua
County and Perry Taylor County.
The Wildcats shot a team score of
347 for the tournament.
JJ Finley led the way for the
Cats. Finley, who has been the low
scorer for the Cats all season long,.
was "fourth at the district champi-
onships with a score of 84. Jared
Sharman was two shots back at
86. Michael Brown shot an 88 and
Lukas Crews a 90..
The Wildcats moved into the
regional tournament Monday.
They bested their district showing
by 14 strokes with an outstanding
333 to finish seventh in a very
strong district. Bishop Kenny won
the region.
JJ Finley shot a 77 to lead the
Cats. Sharman shot an 82, Crews
an 84 and Brown a 90.


made sure the Jags worked for their win.
Milton had seven tackles, Kish had 6 tackles and-
two fumble recoveries, Drity and Hayden Gaines had
four tackles each. Colton Yeager, Ruger Raulerson and
Terell Allen had 3 tackles, while
lll.. lloal Jesse Hall, Will Livingston, Na'Eem
.... ,'- Battles and T)ler Nlash each had a
Tackle.
S : In the other pee-wee game of the
S day. the Vikings raided the Eagles 21-
S 0.
I" For the season, The Titans and
SCowbo s are still undefeated. The
V\'ikings are 2-1, while the Jags and
.^ Bucs are 1-3 each. The rookie Eagles
team is still winless at 0-3.
In the middle division games, the
S :- -Jets slammed the Rams 30-19 and
Broncos smelted the Steelers 12-0.
So far, the Jets are 5-0. The
,; Broncos are 3-2 and the Rams are 2-
3. The Steelers are 0-5.
In senior division play October 17,
the Patriots netted the Dolphins 32-0
while the 49ers stole the Redskins
land 25-6.
sthe Bucs only TD. Standings midway through the
season are the Patriots and 49ers at 4-
0. The Falcons and the Colts are at 2-2 and 1-3 respec-
tively. The Redskins are at 1-3 and the Dolphins are 0-
4.


SPORTS


BCMS girls volleyball team

breaks even after final loss


BY LAURA BETH BRINER
Press Sports
The Baker County Middle
School volleyball team wrapped a
.500 season with a loss to Calla-
han October 13.
The Bobcats lost 25-13 and
25-22.
Head coach Allen Murphy said
the team did not play up to its po-
tential against the Florida Crown
Conference North Champs.
The Bobcats ended the season
6-6. /
Despite the team losing in the
conference, two of its players
were selected for All Conference
Awards.
Eighth grader Destiny Delape-
na and seventh grader Kari Crum-
mev were submitted by Murphy
and assistant coach Ann Cassidy
for the awards.
"These ladies had great atti-
tudes during the season... they
kept us up when we were down,"
said Murphy.
The ladies will receive medals
from the Florida Crown Confer-
ence and their names will be


added to the list of names kept by
the conference.
Murphy will lose all but two
girls from the A squad to the high
school next year.
Delapena, Brittney Alford,
Kari Harris, Ashley Holton, Mea-
gan Osteen, Keri Pifer, Krista
Smith and Lindsey Thompson
will most likely be among the
young ladies at the high school
tryouts next year.


Late start at Fernandina Beach

throws Wildcats off their game


BY MICHAEL RINKER
Press Sports
Officials for the Baker County
junior varsity game at Fernandina
Beach show up an hour late Thurs-
day night.
Unfortunately the Wildcats did-
n't start playing for an hour and
three minutes.
After taking the opening kickoff,
the Cats offense fumbled on its sec-
ond play from scrimmage.
The Pirates took possession, then
sailed down the field for a touch-
down, taking no more than three
plays to cover about 40 yards.
They missed the extra point.
making the score 6-0 w ith 8:32 left
in the first quarter.
Neither team scored again.
With the loss, the Cats finished
their season at 3-3.
"The delay hurt us," said coach
Franklin Griffis. "It threw us out of
our game routine.
He said some of the starters did-
n't start because of missing prac-
tice.:
"Some of the intensity wasn't
.there.""
That was more true for the of-
fense than the defense.
Oh the series after Fernandina
scored, the Cats went three and out.
A short punt gave the Pirates
possession at Baker's 40 but the de-
fense held, stopping the home team
on a fourth and two.
The Cats, however, again turned
the ball over, this time on an inter-
ception on a tipped pass, giving the
Pirates possession at the Baker 38.
They' drove to the 2, where the
Cats defense dug in, holding the Pi-
rates until a fourth-down touch-
down pass.
However, a holding penalty
wiped out the play, and the Pirates
settled for a field goal attempt,
which was blocked.
That was the last time either
team threatened to score.
With less than two minutes left
in the first half,.the Pirates fumbled
deep in their own territory but were
able to recover it.
For the rest of the game the
teams traded defensive stands, with
neither offense getting much be-
yond mid-field.
Halfway through the third quar-
ter, a Cats' punt pinned the Pirates
at their own 13.
Baker's defense got a stop, forc-
ing a Fernandina punt, which gave
the Cats possession at their own 48.
The offense, however, was un-
able to move the ball, and were
forced to punt.
With a third and five from Bak-
er's 31, the Pirates hit a 28-yard
pass to end the third quarter.


The Cats'defense again held.
An exchange of punts gave the
Pirates possession at Baker's 46.
but they fumbled and the Cats re-
covered with 3:43 left in the game.:
Two sacks put them at third and
22, but an offsides call against the
defense and a short pass to Josh
Trippett resulted.in a fourth and 12.
at their own 45. A false start penalty
set them back five yards.
On fourth and 17 with 2:47 to


BY BOB GERARD
Press Sports
Led by a record-setting run
from Dustin Combs, the Wildcat
cross country
team won its sec-
ond meet in a
row October 13,
defeating Charl-
ton County, .
Hilliard, Fernan- ...
dina Beach, West "|' '
Nassau and
Charlton County. sty Combs
The Cats fin-
ished 22 points
up on Fernandina Beach to take
the four-way meet.
The Cats won with a score of
26. Fernandina Beach had 48
points, Charlton County 71, West
Nassau 85 and Hilliard 0 points.


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go, a sack snuffed out the Cats' last
chance.
:"We had a really) good week of
practice... our spirits were high,"
Griffis said. "We just didn't come
out real aggressive, not real crisp."
Game statistics were not imme-
diately available due to technical
difficulties.
With the junior varsity season
complete, 10 players were promot-
ed to the varsity.


Combs had a fantastic day on
the West Nassau course, finishing
first overall, and crossing the fin-
ish line with a course record of
17:54.
Luke Kennedy finished third
overall with a time of 19:30.
Blake Rowan came across in
20:08, Wil Fletcher in 20:46 and
Alan Luffman finished in 21:02.
Thegirls didn't have enough
runners to qualify for a score, but
Trisha McGlaughlin came across
in 29:35 and Kristin Smith fin-
ished at 29:45.
"The boys' record is 2-2," said
coach Charles Ruise, "but we're
looking to improve it to 3-2 ver-
sus Lake City on Thursday."
The Cats will travel to Lake
City for a 4:30 pm meet.


Calvin Haw\'kins is on top of his game.


Combs breaks course record

in Cats crosscountry meet


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WILDCATS vs. SUWANNEE COUNTY
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Center Zack Barrett snaps
the ball to Carlos Holton.

Sterling West chases down
a loose ball in the Cats
backfield.

Official ejects a Bulldog
from the game following a
fourth quarter fight. Baker's
Mahlon Oglesby also got
tossed.

Gar Fraser tries to corral a
Bulldog.

Eugene Murriell runs hard
inside.

Nate Thrift brings down a
Suwannee ball carrier as
Craig Yarborough swoops in
behind him.
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Tim-Prep Corporation
Bradley Surveying
Davis Oil Company
Mercantile Bank
Roberts Land and Timber
R and B Contractors
Winn-Dixie of Macclenny ,
John and Audrey Kennedy'
Osceola Land and Timber
Long Branch Farms
Landwood Development
Stateline Waste Company
Farm Credit of North Florida
American Enterprise Bank
SETEL Telephone Company,
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Wal-Mart Distribution Center
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Cassie Kennedy
W.W. Gay of Jacksonville,
Interstate Supply
Westside Feed
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Raulerson Sawmill
K.T. Carter Construction
J.B. Coxwell Contractors
D and D Dairy Farm Inc.
'Wainwriglht Custom Meats
Rock Contractors
LaBeuna Farms Inc.


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Country Federal Credit Union
Gear and Wheel Repair
Hildebrand Rides
Aaron Bean-State Representative
Baker County Commissioners
Baker County Medical Services
Bailey's Feed and Pet Center
Cantrell Insurance Agency
East Star Environmental
Lyons and Lyons CPA '
Pineview Chevrolet
Thrift Log Homes and Lumber
Baker. County Farm Bureau


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Diamond D Petting Zoo
Okefenokee Rural Electric
Gary and Gerald Dopson
Glen Cash Store Inc.
Raynor's Pharriacy
Earthworks of Northeast Florida
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Honor Rols


KELLER INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL
Principal's List First Nine Weeks
4th and 5th Grade Lewis Alligood, Dalaney Arabie, Laura Armstrong, Melissa Baker, Byron
Barton, Taylor Beckerdite, Casey Billings, Candice Blanks, David Boldry, Tyler Braddy, Sarah
Brookens, Rachel Chambers, Timothy Chancey, Victoria Chisholm, William Clarkson, Tyler Cole,
Kaitlyn Corder, Corey Craig, Megan Crawford, Bethanie Crews, Jared Crews, Korie Crummey,
Michael Dana, Bronson Davis, Taylor Dopson, Forrest Elledge, Hawke Forbes, Corey Francis, Jennifer
Givens, Mariah Givens, Rhondasia Givens, Shayla Givens, Zachary Graham, Brianna Gray, Sara Gray,
Grant Gregory, Anthony Griffis, Dustin Haller, Hunter Hanks, Sarah Harrell, Brandi Harrison, Mary
Hart, Clara Harvey, Reginald Hayes, Bridget Higginbotham, Abigail Hinson, Robert Hofflnan, Kylie
Holton, Richard Hughes, Jordyn Hunter, James Johns, Randall Johns, \Willi;in i:lhi.ori .A\,lilh KL r-
rigan, Shelby Kuhr, Michael Kuster, Ashley Lafaso, Johnathan Lamb, Arrica Lightsey, James McK-
elvey, Reagan McKendree, Baleigh Nipper, Devin Norman, Malory Osteen, Shanice. Paige, Tyler Pha-
gan, Kiala Pigott, Megan Powell, Matthew Rambo, Danielle Raulerson, Amber Richardson, Shiloh
Richardson, Jacqueline Roberts, Caleb Rodgers, Tommy Rollins, Levi Sapp, Kaylan Stafford, Dimitri
Standberry, Kirsten Starling, Madison Stephens, Jayson Steven, Miranda Tanner, Brooke Taylor, Cody
Taylor, Kevin Thomas, Allison \.%gadff, Deeanna Weddle, Ashley Wheeler, Jasmine Wilcox, Hunter
Williams, Jaden Williams, Mackenzie Wingard, Stephanie Yaccarino.

Honor Roll First Nine Weeks
4th Grade Brandi Adams, John Adams, Kasey Alford, Shelley Allen, Kelsey Anderson, Megan
Anderson, Austin Bailey, Kelsey Berry, Michael Boone, Amy Bradley, Stephen Brantley, Kayla
Brown, Aaron Bursed, Cynthia Carns, Hunter Chambers, Thomas Coker, Emily Collins, Aaron
Corder, Savanha Cox, Megan Crews, Brandon Davis, Marquel Davis, Kirsty Dewit, Bryce Dotson,
Tyler Dyal, Ariana Escobar, Sarah Famesi, Patrick Farrell, Raven Fay, Damian Ferguson, Keegan Fer-
guson, Palmer Ferguson, Mikal Flores, Ashley Foley, Glenna Godwin, Brianna Graham, Braden Gray,
Kimberly Green, Kimberlee Greene, Denisha Griffin; Stephanie Griner, Reba Guin, Michael Harman,
Emmie Harris, Jonathan Harvey, Brandi Hinson, Brittany R. Hodges, Brittni T. Hodges, Deana
Hodges, Jacvan Hollings, Anthony James, Branda Jarvis, Taylor Johnson, Brittany Keeton, Lexy Kn-
abb, Madison Knabb, Tyffany Krausse, Justice Law, Macie Lawrence, Brandie Lee, Colton Lee, Taylor
Lee, William Lysaght-Younger, Austin Mallard, Caitlin Mason, Rebekah McNeil, Shelby Mechum,
Charity Midyette, Brandon Miller, Storm Miller, Mason Mobley, Joshua Nichols, Morgan Raley, Dylan
Raulerson, Autumn Ray, Alexander Register, Chelsea Rhoden, Kayla Rhoden, Latesha Robinson,
Christopher Rushing, Chelsea Sanderson, Mikala Schaeffer, Casey Sigers, Lexie Silguero, Sarah St.
John, Brookelyn Starling, Kyle Stephenson, Sarah Strohmetz, Mason Sweat, Genie Taylor, Victoria
Tharpe, Shana Thomas, Kathryn Thompson, Madison Thompson, Jordan Turner, Stephanie Tvardos,
Wylie Utke, Jordan Vitt, Jolanda Watts, Amber Welbom, Tyler Wendel, Clayton West, Sarah Wilker-
son, John Williams, Brandon Willis, Destiny Yarbrough.
5th Grade Dolton Ackerman, David Baker, Tyler Baldwyn, Ashleigh Behm, Hunter Bell,
Danielle Blow, Jessica Bond, Alexis Branch, Robert Brannan, Britanna Bridenbaker, James Brookins,
Steven Buhler, Scott Burkhardt, Kristian Burnham, Michaela Cannon, Chelsea Carver, Johnathan
Cauley, Wesley Combs, Isis Cooper, Aaron Crews, Charlotte Crews, Cody Crews, Dillon Crews, Crys-
tal Crosby, Jessica Davis, Casey Dinkins, Ariel Dixon, Haley Dop.:'.n. Brfriian Dugger, Kamala Dyal,
Lacey England, Brianna Femandez, Shawn Green, Bethany Greer, Joshia Hill, Crysta Hilton, Jaque-
line Hollings, Samantha Johnson, Jorden Jones, Rebecca Kincheloe, Elizabeth King, Joseph Kirkland,
Skyler Lane, Alexis Lange, Corey. Lawler, Falon Lee, Amberly Lewis, Daniel Lilly, David Long,
Jacqueline Long, Clayton Lyons, Dillon Mann, Dylan Manning, Karlie Manning, Amanda McMahan,
Emily Meadows, Ashley Mercer, Brandyn Morgan, Brittany Namwises, Lilly Neal, Johnathan North,
Taylor Odom, Thomas Owens, Ashley Paige, Anna Pass, Jordan Railey, Corlis Raulerson, Robert
Raulerson, Treston Raybum, Mercedes Rhoden, Benny Richardson, Christopher Richardson, Lauren
Roberts, Devinne Rogers, Matthew Scott, Christopher Sellers, Maurice Shope, Autumn Smith, Brianna
Smith, Summer Sparks, Keifer Stan, Travis Stewart, Erick Stoutamire, Caban Tarte, Britney Taylor,
Chase Taylor, Hagan Taylor, Morrissa Taylor, Tiffany Theophile, Shawn Thomton, Dylan Westberry,
Nathan Whisman, Cheyanne Whitton, Ethan Wilkerson, Markie Wilkerson, Darius Wilson.

MACCLENNY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Principal's List First Nine Weeks
S 1st Grade: G .Ii-Il .-InJc ri..on, Brenden Baker. Jame, Barton, Anna Bowen, Morgan Bowman, De-
siree Bujrdri., Hannah C(jin.A.ern Canjad:a. .Jorahan Carter, Delanie Combs, Logan Combs, Dalton
Crews, Tannis Crews, Zachary Crockett, Alyssa Davis, Ciera Davis, Julia Doiron, Meagan Dugger,
Jasmine Farmer, Sidnie Fauble, Caitlyn Fish, Michael Fisher, Carley Gray, Jordan Griffis, Alyssa
Guidash, Marcus Harper, Austin Hartley, Mason Harvey, Ashlyn Hodges, Rena Howie, Emily John-
son, Karelyn Johnson, Elyssa Jones, Madison Kenhedy, Shelby King, Holly Lambert, Will Livingston,
Christian Lee, Maggie Lennon, Jacob Martin, Taylor McNeil, Hunter Meadows, Jayla Moody, Jerry
Norman, Seth Paige, Elizabeth Pinkston, Sydney Raulerson, Hunter Retcho, Nathan Rewis, Will Rho-
d:n. Eajn Scon. Blair Shadd, Hunter Shannon; Bailey Smallwood, Austin Starling, Alexis Stewart,
Dakoia Sl-;inger, Ste.en Tanner, Chaise Taylor. Fmily Tedesco. MaKayla Tennison, Larry Thompson,
Lcr.le TodJ Dihon Vonk, Jacob'Wahlman, Da% son Villhanm, Johnome Sue Williams, Jadyn Yarbor-
o-.ugh.-aliieoung .; .. .
2nd!Grade: Donavai Bryant, 1 I o.. B r. ... Bri... ir, -'a ,[1,11 [lumrham, Zackary Carr, Do'
minic Combs, Hunter Davis, Johnnie Davis, Kyle Davis, Ian Finn, Dawson Fraser, Caleb Griffin,
Aleisha Groves, Emily Harris, Ty Hartley, Shania Hill, Jillian Hodges, Jack Koburger, Jake Koburger,
Morgan Lagle, Jeffery LaPointe, Jordan Lauramore, Gabby Lee, Khalil Lee, Tyler Mash, Kate Mead-
ows, Ricki Mitchell, Matthew Morgan, Crews Orender, Ashton Ray,-Savana Rhoden, Shea Robinson,
Kendall Sealey, April Stitsinger, Alyssa Thompson, Zachary Truluck, Grayson Wagstaff, Sydnee Wat-
son, Brittany Webb, Kasey Weber, Andrew Wilkinson.
3rd Grade: Matthew Buicher, Jacob Carter, Keith Combs, Sydney Dopson, Ashton Goethe, Ridge
Home, Rachel Long, Cody Mathis, Alexus Michitsch, Darling Nguyen, Cody Nipper, Lailan Padgett,
Angelica Paulson, Ruger Raulerson, Hannah Rodgers, Sierra Sanders, Elizabeth Smith, Anna Stallings
Travis Suggs, Forrest \\aldron, Brandon Wheeler, Brianna Whiting, Danielle Wilkerson, Camerosn.
Wilson, Garrett Yarborough.
Honor Roll First Nine Weeks
1st Grade: Erik Addison, Jakob Altman, Cheyenne Bennett, Hayleigh.Boatright, David Bridges,
Heather Case, Elizabeth Crews, Amber Dash, Kaitlyn Davis, Peyton Eastman, Kaylan Gaines, Emily
Gray, Joshua Hayden, Rosie -Helms, Jasmine Hendersoh, Tiketa Highland, Jada Jackson, Ashlynn
Johnson, Hannah Johnson, Austin Keene, Jared Kiper, Cheyanne Krauss, Trevor Leftwich, Sadie Mc-
Caskill, Cam'Ron Mobley, Emily Morgan, Landen Nevill, Dominique Nixon, Lloyd Olive, Casey Pad-
gett, Eric Parker, Nick Phagan, Bridget Ryan, Caleb Scott, Hunter Smallwood, Donovan Terrell,
Matthew Thompson, Brandon Thick, Jacob Thrift, Raven Tucker, Errol Whitfield, Trestany Wilkerson,
Jamie Wynne. .
2nd Grade: Christina Adams, Israel Alrander. Na'cem Battles, Zachary Briner, Logan Butler,
Zachary Cannicn, Shelby Christmas, Travion Clayton, Kolton Conner, Kelsea Crair, Brooklyn Crews,
Brittani.Crock n Cody Davis, Coryn Eastman, Stephen Eldridge, Jeremiah Foster, Jacob Gibson, Dil-
lihr Gill, Colln .Grten. Jesi. Hall, Kenny Hall, Jacob Hendrix, Shawn Holland, Porshua Jefferson,
Shelt,:, John. .Angel lohnsori. Taylor Knapp, Kacey Kreiser, Danny Mathis, Duncan McClellan, Layne
McClellian. X I, ..a McLarcn,. Keith McLemore, Isaiah Miller, Chevenne Monfort, tC...dNJ MAorgr. A.l
Neide rrrie ic. Ijck .:i Neri, Kelsey Owens, Devean Prescott, Rachel Price, Grace Randall, Honor
Raulers.:.n, lamnn Reed. Amanda Rhoden, J.D. Roberts, Dawson Robbins, Caitlan Rose, Amber Sim-
mons, Anthony Simmons, Gabby Starling, John Stewart, Bailey Tyson, Tyler Walker, Jonathan Welch, .
Luke Wliisman, Heather Wilkerson, Kelvarus Williams, Colton Yeagdr, Daelyn Young.
3rd Grade: Angel Allaire, Tristan Altman, Kaitlyn Barron, Nathan Bauerle, Samantha Baxter, Ja-
cob Bennett, Kristin Bussey, Dylan Clark. John Colling.' ocdJ l.aih Danielowicz, Chase Davis, Keltni
Davis, Megan Durham, Chris Eldridge, Garrett Elixson, Savannah Fish, Kasey Graves, Ethan Freeman,
Travis Hall, Louis Handte, Cody Harris, Wade Harvey, Carolyn Hatcher, Ethan Jenkins, Alia Jones, Sa-
vannah Kames, Katie Keen, Mandy Keene, Logan Kish, Kayla Kitchens, Tyler Kreutz, Brianna Law-
son, Rebekah Long, Antwan Major, Ashley McDonald, Daniel Midyette, Jonathan Mobley, Amber
Nettles, Natalie Nettles, Garrett Newmans, Vanessa Olive, Brandon Parker, Cheyenne Proctor, Zachary
Rafuse, Jenelle Raybum, Deante Rollins, Thomas Rollins, Jarett Raulerson, Grant Rayburn, Gricelda.
Sanchez, Victoria Sapp, Elizabeth Shuman, Brea Smith, Deanna Summey, Kaylee Thick, Joseph
Thomas, Reed Williams, Taylor Yonn.


WESTSIDE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Principal's List First Nine Weeks
1st Grade: Boatright- Sierra Aldy, Bryce Donker, Donnie Griffis, Katelyn Johnson, Brianna Mc-
Elfresh, Shanoa Murch, Charles Murray, Brianna Williams. Drummond- Benjamin Ellis, Angel Jack-
son, Tiffany Kenny, Kaitlyn Law, Brie Milenchick. Hart- Corey Adams, Brooke Bumsed, Chad Collins,
Caleb Crews, Collin Crews, Hunter Groves, Jacob Harrell, Macy Jackson, Rachel Nickles, Noah Sch-
atz, Owen Taylor. Hilton- Christian Blanks, Grace Fly, Kasyn Givens, Zachary Bingham, Logan Mo-
nds, Jamie-Lynne Raulerson. Mason- Brianna Chandler, Shawn Denese, Cameron Jones, Kelly Lawler,
Kasandra McCook, Leslie Smith, Christian Watkins, Jessica Westerwelle. Murphy- Olivia Bogardus,
Amber Denmark Mason Filosi, Gannon Godwin, Dareonia Hudson, Michelle Malloy, Owyn Matt-
hews, Dakota Mclarty, Braxton Moore, Jesslynn Myers, Alexx St. John, Cody Thatcher, Roach- Mia
Fish, B.J. Hagan, Maegan Miller, Trey Perry. Sands- Mackenzie Arial, Mallory Cain, Kaytlin Crews,
Miranda DeHart, Mallory Godwin, Erica Hartley, Dusty Langeberg, Mallory Mobley, Mason Mosley,
Avery Norman, Breah Pelfrey, Landon Peterson, Heather Pietrowski; Gavin Register, Karly Richard-
son, Meara Lynn Tarte, Nathanial Taylor, Kate Walker. Sheridan- Jenna Ellis, Thomas Ervin, Erica
Flakowicz, Dametra Gibson, Parker Holman, Amelia Loubani, Jordan Norton, Caitlyn Parrish. Smith-
Sierra Ahrens, April Crews, Matthew Crews, Eugene Farmer, Kaylon Golden, Payton.Goodman, Rode-
rick Haygood, Christopher Touchton, Darby Weatherly. Starling- Desiree Bingham, Josh Carter, Bailey
Cook, Savannah Crews, Lanie Foster, Sarah Hicks. Swartz- Brantley Dean Bryant, Jared Evett. Tho-
mas- Ashton Carter, Christy Crews, Hope Fly, Harrison Presta, Shailey Rhoden, Kelsey Strickland, Am-
ber Taylor, Jesslyn Williams.
2nd Grade: Crews- Morgan Bowen, Olivia Sapp. Duval- Kristyn Carter, Ashley Thompson. Ell-
edge/Jacobs- Hunter Bumsed, Brook Chambers, Ben Crawford, Caitlin Crawford, Kaylan Davis, Tyler
Groves, Dalton Jones, Tristan Lauramore, Corley Sweat, Melanie Sweat. Green- Taylor Brown, Shelby
Crews, Callie Elledge, Jeremiah Iverson, Grace Jones, Masey Taylor, Alexis Wendel, Hannah Wilkerson.
Hand- Jarrett Barton, John Crawford, Andrew DeHart, Kellen Dobson, Mary Elizabeth Elledge, Kate-
lynn Flandreau, Marcus Godbold, Peyton Howell, Dylan Irish, Shelbie Martin, Maci McDuffie, Larry
Morris, Cody Ratliff, Bethany Richardson, Blake Roberts, Javan Robinson, Ashley Suggs, Bailee Tumer.
Hurst- Bailey Edwards, Brandon Harris, S. Robbie Martin, Jordan Sommise. James- Brandie Callaway,
Justin Hardee, Zachary Johnson, Micahl Ruise, Jacob Schmel, Taylor Walton. Lancaster- Gydeon Fer-
nandez, Rikki Langston, Andrea Pearl, Shyanne Shumate, Sydney Williams. Moultrie- Rachel Harri-
son, James Nelson, Elizabeth Stiers. Rhoden- Daniel Kent.
3rd Grade: Adams/Hite- Jackie Anderson, Jessica Harrell, Brandon Harvey, Jordan Kennedy, Emi-
ly Martin, Hannah Nowlan, Karlie Payne, Jesslyn Sands, Bradley Sellers, Binn- Katherine DeWolfe.
Milton- Danielle DeWolfe, Vomesha Donaldson. Payne- Clayton Bureau, Grason Cain, Matthew Chis-
holm, Haley Crews, Lexis Fortner, Mason Loadholtz, Summer McCray, Alexandra Patilk, AUee Pringle,
Gracemarie Rhoden, Jacob Stalvey, Callie Wheeler, Videll Williams. Wendel- Tristen Barton, Karrigan
Benton, Matthew Stafford, Steven Walker. Williams- Mitchell Hartley, Jessica Pilkington, Davante Sneed.
Honor Roll First Nine Weeks
1st Grade: Boatright- Taylor Crawford, Kaytlin Robinson, Robert Schmehl, Warden Wolfe. Drn-
mmond- Richard Cuiska, Dustin Higginbotham, Savannah Moss, Nathan West,.Koby Williams. Hart-
Jacob Anderson, Lily-Anne Drawdy, Blair Finley, Macy Payne. Hilton- Courtney Baldwyn, Marcus Bur-
ger, Johnny Hodges, Tristan Jewell, Alexus Reed, Dylan Walton. Mason- Joseph Alford, Jacob Bender,
Maggie Gray, Dylan Lewis, Bailey Pisani, Ridge StewartJames Smith, Stephanie Stoutenborough, Dal-
ton Thomas, Bryar Zimmerman. Murphy- Amanda Dennison, Trista Gibson, Haley Porterfield, Caitlin
Raulerson, Dylen, Williams. Roach- Charlie Anderson, Leanna Barefoot, Taylor Miller, Christina Perez,
Christian Pritchard, Jacob Wallstedt. Sands- Casey Curry, Bradley Fennell. Sheridan- Erin Brinson,
Amber Combs, Timothy Curry, Johnathan Kincheloe, Kailee Knight, Tyler Long, Charles Peacock, Ja-
cob Perryman. Smith- Amanda Craig, Brianna Davis, Kyle Francis, September McKinley, Justin
Raulerson. Starling- Dillon Bijeaux, Layla Davis, K'Mahazi Evans, Zachary Korkowski, Ashlyn
Stafford, Tammie Stoddard, Michael Tolbert, Saige Wilson. Swartz- Alyssa.Cagle, Mackenzy Clark,
Vivica Gaskins, Russell Godwin, Damiyyhaa Kirksey, Autumn Retcho, Brandy Robinson, Christian
Rogers, Morgan Shellenburger. Thomas- D.J. Adams, Tallon Dugger, Nathan Fisher, Lane Guynn,
Chyna Parker.
2nd Grade: Crews- Keith Conner, Kamard McCray, Ashly McMahan, Jordan Muncy, Trenton
Noblitt, Katlynn Schlarbaum. Duval- Ashton Alford, Donovan Breazeale,'Hunter Combs, Sheldon
Griffis, Ethan Hatcher, Jesse Reginer. Elledge/Jacobs- Tayloi Bloxham, Abigail Carpenter, Taylor Car-
rington, Haleigh Crawford, Rachel Davis, Tucker Hart, Hannah Harvey, Samantha Hinson, Colby Hod-
ges, Craig Jones, Logan Kaiser, Daughton Martin, Rhett McKendree, Jordan Parker, Payton Parker,
Grant Peterson, Austin Rhoden, Deandre Ruise, Jacob Sanders, Rose Thompson. Gonzalez- Logan
Campbell, Brach Dukeman, Dillon Nipper, Kaitlyn Raulerson, Savannah Roberts, Kyle Stelma. Green-
Brock Crews, Zachary DeHart, Megan Lauramore, Christian Padgett. Hand- Jessie Cox, Mondrell Jef-
ferson, Garrett Stavely, Owen Register, Kate Whitehead. Hurst- Alexis Cowart, Jasmine Denmark,
Shawn Fisher, Davis Knabb, Dalesha Parker, Tyler Townsend. James- Thomas Midyette, Samantha
Pearl, Treston Pipkins, Hunter Riggs. Lancaster- Jacob Brown, Brittany'Clark, Kesjaun Jefferson, Zach-
ary Lester, Dalton Norman. Moultrie. Gary Filanowicz, Jonathon Hodges. Rhoden- David Powell,
Shelby Stoddard, Trevor Worley.
3rd Grade: Adams/Hite- Morgan Bumsed, Kyle Crews, Kaitlin Hance, Bo Hodges, Molly Kerce,
Jacob Milton, Allison Monds, Madison Roberts, Kayla Sampley, Julia Schatz, Jay Westerwelle, Bdkauri
Williams, Donelle Williams, Carley Yarborough. Binn- James Baldenegro, Shelby Combs, Frank Crain,
Makayla Gatlin, Makayla Jefferson, Elizabeth Mosley. Linn- Chelsei Albino, Keyonna Burch, Emily
Givens, Garrett Meister, Ryan Oakes, Tanner Orberg. Milton- Desirea Barton, Austin Bumsed, Kaylyn
Dyal, Dalton Higginbothan, Kayla Smith, Logan Taylor. Payne- Mallory Chauncey, Brittany Delp, Ash-
leigh Dinkins, Apryl Harvey, Colby Hathcox, Jake Smith, Oakley Waltman. Shope- Courtney Combs,
Brandon Geiger, Thomas McElfresh, Trenton Perry, Jenna Reeves, Dreamy Stewart, Charles Wright.
Wendel- Ryan Bumsed, Steven Edwards, Brendan Gibson, Kalyn Ingram. White- Sydney Corbett, Mia
Duncan, Rachel Edgy, Rebeka Gould, Tara Pickett, Cheyenne Regnier, Stephanie Thompson.
:WilliamLn,Dlljap Cullnri Maegarn Gerice. Cnnri M iNm ingel OnealAaron White.





A The following activities are
scheduled in Baker Countyj i
Schools for the week of October
C 24-29. This listing may be in-
complete and subject to change
without notice.
1

*October 24: BCHS- CPT
test (college placement test) at 7:45
am in the cafeteria. KIS- "Boo
Gram" sale. WE- Red ribbon week
begins.
A October 25: BCHS- Vo-
STech field.trip to Haskell Com-
pany. KIS- "Boo Gram" sale.
ME- Just Say No! at 8:00 am.
*October 26: Pre K/K- Fin- Th o r
1 gerprinting'Safet. presentation e r t
.2 bN Sheriff's Office for kinder- W e'll s
3 garten. KIS- "Boo Gram" sale.
SOctober 27: WE- Family
Spreading night, 4-8 pmi in Ihe i i-
A brary. ME- Gators/Bulldogs
a shirt day. KIS- "Boo Gram"
C sale..Pre K/K- Fingerprinting/-
Ssafety presentation for kinder- Diabetes self-n
garten.
1 *October 28: BCMS- Parent
day. KIS- "Boo Gram" sale. Baker Co nty I
2 Holiday dress up. ME- Fall par-
3 ties k. Bt+nhar 97th ft


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BREAKFAST
MONDAY: Breakfast pizza with milk and
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TUESDAY: Sausage biscuit with milk and
juice.
WEDNESDAY: Cereal and toast with milk
and juice.
THURSDAY: Pancakes with milk and
juice.
FRIDAY: Doughnut with milk and juice.
LUNCH
MONDAY: Sloppy joe or grilled chicken
sandwich, choice of two: corn, lettuce and toma-
to slice, fruit and milk.
TUESDAY: Roast turkey with rice and roll
or pizza, choice of two: green beans, carrots,
pears and milk.
WEDNESDAY: Hot dog or fish with maca-
roni and cheese, choice of two: baked beans,
slaw, fruit and milk.
THURSDAY: Veggie beef soup with grilled
cheese or Chef's choice, choice of two: potato
rounds, salad, gelatin and milk.
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standards of publication.
Maytag dishwasher, excellent condi-
tion, about 5'years old, $100. 259-
5644. 10/20p
The Franklin Mercantile is now re-
open. Friday and Saturday 10:00 am-
5:00 pm at the railroad crossing in
Glen. 259-6040. 9/Stfc
Grey queen size sofa bed by Lazy
Boy, camel lounge chair, cabinet, all
good condition. 259-2335. 10/20p
Fish ponds dug for the dirt if dirt suit-
able for our needs. Call Buddy Franks
Construction, Inc., for more information.
259-0506 or 591-5540. 10/6-27p
Cypress mulch, regular and red, shav-
ings and saw dust, lowest price in town,
delivery available. 259-2900.10/20-27c
Aluminum dog box, new; aluminum
ladder stand & flag pole. 266-2042. '
10/20p
Plywood, all sizes, lowest prices, OSB
and CDX. 259-2900. 10/13-20C
Pop-up camper, a/c, good condition,
queen size & full size beds, $1500. 904-
654-5725 or 654-6278. 10/20p
Artists! Oils, acrylics, water colors,
canvases, drawing pads and much
more! The Office Mart, 110 S. Fifth
0S-.t+ 9c259373 q 7 tff


Dining set with 6 chairs & china cabi- Tree trimming removal and clean up. Part time with full time potential. Look-
net, bedroom suite with king size bed. Licensed and insured. 259-7968. ing for motivated, qualified person in
259-4523. 10/20p 10/21tfc Baker and surrounding counties. Expe-
Butterfly dining table with 6 chairs, very Now accepting antique furniture on rience in sales helpful. Reply with re-
ornate, fluted legs, rare; half round foyer consignment. Pieces have to be in good sume and references to P.O. Box 598, GRA SA
console. All pieces are mahogany condition. Call Karin at Southern Charm Macclenny, FL 32063. 6/2tfc
wood. Southern Charm. 259-4140. 259-4140. 2/13tfc Construction personnel immediate S
2/3tfc Housecleaning honest, dependable, openings. Pipelayers, excavator opera-- ..
Plants all sizes, all kinds. Saturday reasonable rates, weekly or biweekly. tors, loader operators. Drug screen re- .-
10/22, 8:00 am 3:00 pm, 6437 Wood- Call Wendy Miller at 259-7369 home or quired. Jensen Civil Construction, 9100 TAG
lawn Rd. 259-8247. 10/20p 904-477-1,096 cell. 10/20-12/8p Phillips Hwy. EOE m/f/d/v. 9/22-10/20c
Good used appliances, 90 day money Do you have a junk car or truck you Experienced painters needed. Must
back guarantee. 266-4717. 6/2-11/17p want'hauled off or to sell? 259-7968. have tools. 259-5877. 12/30tfc
Lil Tykes dollhouse bed, $50; Ul Tykes 4/22tfc Local home health care agency seek


desk with light, $25; Fisher Price shelf,
$15.904-259-2844. 10/20p
Ashley sectional, 2 recliners &
sleeper, 1 month old, paid $2000, ask-
ing $900; table & 4 wood chairs, $50;
small freezer, $65. Moving everything
must go. 275-2018. 10/20p


1983 Dodge Ram 150 stepside, short
wheel base, just rebuilt 360, new 727
automatic transmission, center line
wheels, less than 500 miles on motor,
runs great, $2800 OBO. 259-1796.
10/20p
1997 Ford Explorer, Eddie Bauer
AWD, dependable, runs good but
needs some work,,asking $3400 OBO.
Call 904-237-0065 day or 259-8758
evenings. 10/20-27p.
1994 Chevy 271 pickup, new radio,
tires, brakes, a/c, good condition, runs
great, $4000. 591-2790. 10/20c
1998 Ram 1500, extended cab, as-
sume payments. 904-859-6869.10/20p


Gwen's Handyman Service. 259-
9128. 10/6-11/10p


t'" .-- *- j t. -R,,,?iano.lessons fast, new,. easy way-;
Like newL.eisure Bay spa, seats four, For adult ladies and children 6-12 years.
$600. 259-3427. 10/20p 259-3013. 10/20-27c


-- Antique breakfront buffet, breakfront
china cabinet, buffet, all mahogany, can
be seen at Southern Charm. 259-4140.
12/9tfc
Golden oak combination entertainment
center, brand new, paid $800, asking,
$400. 259-9066,after 6:00 pm. 10/20p
Try again previously, wrong telephone
number -T-shaped bunk bed, chest and
desk included in bed, $350. 259-2746.
9/8tfc
1999 Stratos fish/ski boat, excellent
condition, valued at $18,000, asking
$14,500. 259-9066. 10/20p
Mahogany secretary, beautiful piece,
excellent condition. Southern Charm
259-4140. 12/9tfc
Remodeling sale. 4 person spa, like
new, cost $2300, asking $500; 1 piece
tub & shower with glass doors, $200.
259-6684. 10/20p

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Need your house cleaned? Spring
cleaning or will do regularly. Reason-
able, 40 years experience. 259-5908.
10/20p
E and S Lawn Service, same day free
estimates, guaranteed to save dollars
for you. 465-3841. 10/20-11/24p
Considering international adoption?
Children's Hope International is a won-
derful place to start this journey.
http://www.childrenshope.net or e-mail
locally for information kawligal3@-
aol.com. 9/29-10/27p
Affordable & dependable. Let me
take care of your cleaning needs. Also
available evenings & weekends. Call
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Brindle Boxer pups, 2 females, 10
weeks, $250. 259-8732. 10/20p
Dogs: all types from puppies to adults.
Animal Control, $50 boarding fees will
apply. 259-6786. 11/20tfc
Yorkle, male, 9 weeks, $700. 334-7921
cell or 259-3314 home. 10/20p
Pit Bull pups, 10 weeks, 1 blonde red-
nose male, 1 blonde*/red brindle female
(must see), 1 chocolate rednose fe-
male, $100 each. 259-7710. 10/20p
Miniature Dachshunds, all shots, 1
male, 1 female, black & tan. 259-2968.
10/20p


Found: set of Toyota keys on keychain
with "N". 259-8936. 10/20


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 discretion in
deciding on publication of such ads, it takes
no responsibility as to the truthfulness of
claims. Respondents should use caution and
common sense before sending any money
or making other commitments based on
statements and/or promises; demand
specifics in writing. You can also call the
Federal Trade Commission at 1-877-FTC-
HELP to find out how to spot fraudulent solic-
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The Baker County Press
Pier 6 Seafood now accepting applica-
tions for all positions. 259-6123.
10/6-11/10c
Truck drivers needed, earning poten-
tial $800 $1000 week. Company pro-
vided CDLtraining for those who qual-
ify. School grads & experienced drivers
welcome. Call Renee at 866-374-0764.
10/6-27p
Hiring for front desk at Day's Inn. No
phone call. Please apply in person.
10/20c


ADJUNCT INSTRUCTORS
FOR ALLIED HEALTH
PROGRAMS Spring 2006


Practical Nursing Program: Clinical instructor three days per week between 1/30/06-
4/27/06. Must have FL RN license and 2 years recent experience in acute or long
term care. BSN and teaching experience preferred. (2 Positions)
Nursing Programs: Human Patient Simulator (HPS) Lab faculty 20 hours per week
spring term (16 weeks). Must have BSN, FL RN license and 2 years recent experience
in acute care. Develop computer scenarios for teaching nursing students clinical skills
and critical thinking. MSN and teaching experience preferred. (1 Position)
Registered Nursing Program: Clinical faculty for 20 hours/week Spring term (16
weeks). Lake City and Gainesville positions available. Must have BSN, FL RN license
and 2 years recent acute/long term care experience. MSN and teaching experience
preferred. (5 Positions)
Registered Nursing Program: Clinical faculty for 20 hours/week spring term (16
weeks) Thursday, Friday and Saturday positions available Gainesville only. Must have
BSN, FL RN license and 2 years recent maternal/infant or pediatric nursing experi-
ence. MSN and teaching'experience preferred. (4 positions)
Fast-Track LPN to RN Bridge: Clinical faculty 14 hours/week spring term (16 weeks)
Saturday position. Must have BSN, FL RN license and 2 years recent acutlAong term
care experience. MSN and teaching experience preferred. (1 Position)

Contact Robbie Carson, Director of Nursing Programs
Phone: (386) 754-4304 Fax (386) 754-4904

Pharmacology for Healthcare Professionals (HSC 2149) Must have master's degree
with 18 graduate hours in related field (health science, health careers, biological sci-
ences). (1 position)
Medical Billing & Insurance (HIM 2272) Must have bachelor's degree with 18 credit
hours in'related field (medical coding, health information). Associate's degree with
experience may substitute for bachelor's degree. (1 position)
Human Diseases (HSC 2524) Must have master's degree with 18 graduate hours in
related field (health science, health careers, biological sciences). (2 positions)
Introduction to Human Med Science (Medical Terminology) (HSC 2531) Must have
master's degree with 18 graduate hours in related field (health science, health
careers, biological sciences). (1 position)

Contact Patty Smith at: smithp@lakecitycc.edu or Phone (386) 754-4239
College application and copy of transcripts required. Position details and application
'available on the web at: www.lakecitycc.edu
LCCC is accredited by the Southem Association of Colleges and Schools
VP/ADEA/EO College in Education & Employment


ing PRN registered nurse for local and
surrounding areas. Call 259-3111 for
details. 2/24tfc
Carpenters needed. 259-3300.9/15tfc
Experienced A/C and duct installers,
up to $15 per hour depending on experi-
ence. 259-8038. 9/29-10/20p
Cooks, dishwashers, cashiers, wait-
resses, must be 18 years or older. Ap-
ply at 300 E. Macclenny Ave. No phone
call. 10/13-20p
Driver Class A CDL delivering rebar
throughout Florida to various jobsites.
Minimum five years experience & clean
record. Home nights. Established com-
pany offering excellent benefit package.
Fax resume to 695-4844 or call 695-
4843 for appointment. 10/13-20p
Part time experienced cell phone
salesperson; experienced computer i
IT tech & salesperson. Call Bill at 259-
8883. 10/13-20c
Immediate openings for pipe foreman,
hoe, dozer & loader operators, hillman,
tailman & laborer. Apply in person at
Earthworks, 11932 N. SR 121, Mac-'
clenny, FL 32063. 904-653-2800.
10/13-12/29c
Needed driver & mechanic. Class A
CDL driver to haul equipment, must be
able to operate equipment; also me-
chanic needed. Fax resumes to 904-
275-3292 or call 275-4960. EOE.
10/13-27c
Experienced hairdresser needed to
rent station or work on commission. In-
quire at Styles by Susie or call 259-
2707. 10/20p
Electrician's helper, no experience
necessary, must have valid driver's li-
cense. Higginbolham Brothers Heating
& Air @ 259-0893. 10/20c
Michael & Jonathan's Landscaping is
looking for a lawn service foreman. Ex-
perience & Florida driver's license re-
quired. Paid holidays & vacations. 259-
7388. 10/10c


Wednesday 9:00 am-?,
Thursday 9:00 am-
noon & Friday 9:00
am-?, State line 121 N.
Lots of children's clothes
& toys. 259-4903
Thursday & Friday
8:00 am-?, 7349 W.
Madison St., Glen St.
Mary.
Friday 9:00 am-3:00
pm, 7754 Hwy 139B,
Glen, turn by E-Z Stop
off 125 N., Glen. Little bit
of everything. Rain can-
cels


Friday & Saturday 7:00
am-3:00 pm, 201 N.
Blvd W.
Friday & Saturday 8:00
am-noon, 4302 Hickory
St., Macclenny II. Lots of
items, microwave, bikes,
go-kart.
Friday & Saturday 9:00
am-2:00 pm, 11436 CR
125 N.
Friday & Saturday 8:00
am-2:00 pm, 6918
Woodlawn Rd., Mac-
clenny at the home of
Shirley & Al Rowe. Good
variety, lots of stuff. Rain
cancels. No early birds.
Mission benefit sale.
Saturday 7:00 am-?, 90
to Lowder St. S., to Ray
Phillips Rd. turn right,
continue on dirt road,
2nd drive on riqnt.
Saturday 8:00 am-?,
4203 Raintree Dr.
Danyel, Jessi & Kristen
will have clothes for
sale.


Baker Quail Plantation needs a pan
time handyman, tractor, carpentry
work.e tc. Call 259-4451. 10/20p
New & used car sales associate
needed, full time, experience preferred,
great working hours, health benefits, va-
cation, demo allowance. Call Lance at
Pineview Chevrolet at 259-6117 for ap-
pointment. 10/20c
Installer needed at Professional Satel-
lite Connection, experience preferred,
but willingto'train; ust have truck: Ap-
ply in person at 787 S. 6th St., Mac-
clenny 10/20c'


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


Friday & Saturday 8:00
am-?, 4087 Live Oak
Lane. Macclenny II. Mis-
cellaneous items.
Saturday 8:00 am-?,
4075 Dogwood St.,
Macclenny II. Lots of
girl's clothes.
Saturday 8:00 am-?,
4365 Birch St., Mac-
clenny II. Lawn equip-
ment, washer & dryer,
household items, much
more.
Saturday 8:00 am-?, 1
mile south 1-10 on 121.
Huge
Saturday 8:00 am-1:00
pm, Hwy 228 S behind
bank parking area. ADK
sale teacher's garage
sale. All proceeds go to
Baker County Student
Scholarships.
Saturday 7:00 am-?,
10155 W. Clinton Ave.,
Glen St. Mary. Plus size
clothes.


Notice to Readers
All real estate advertising in this newspaper "
is subject to the Fair Housing Act which
makes it illegal to advenise "any preference,
limitation or discrimination
based on race, color, religion,
sex, handicap, familiar status
or national origin, or an inten- I
tion, to make any such pref-
erence, limitation or discrimi-
naiion Familial siaius in- EQUAL HOUSING
eludes children under the OPPORTUNITY
age of 18 l/ing with parents .
.or lega' cusodians. pregnant women and
people securing custody of children under ;''
18. .,
This newspaper will not knowingly accept '
any advertising for real estate which is inivio-
lation of the .aw. Our readers are hereby in-
formed that all dwellings advertised in this
newspaper are available on an equal oppor-
tunity basis. To complain of discrimination,
call HUD toll free at 1-800-669-9777. The toll '
free telephone number for the hearing im-
paired is 1-800-927-9275.
New 2400 sq. ft. liveable, 4 BR, 2 BA
plus bonus room, vaulted kitchen &
great room, treyed dining & master
rooms, nice trim, tile & wood flooring on
quiet 3/4 acre. 259-8128.' 10/6-27p o


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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS Thursday. October 20. 2005 PAGE FOURTEEN


South Coastal Georgia. 3+ acres
deepwater ocean access lot, just $240
per month!'45 minutes from Jack-
sonville, 15 minutes from St. Simon's.
Call today for appointment. Excellent fi-
nancing available. 1-877-GA-OCEAN x
705. 'monthly payment of $240.32
based on $59,900 purchase price with
10% down payment of $5,990. $53,910
financed @ 5.19% fixed (APRof 5.55%
includes 1% origination fee) for 3 years,
35 payments of $240.32 with final pay-
ment of $53,910. Offer void where pro-
hibited by law. 10/20p
Will build your new home on my lot.
Just a few available, but some of the
best. Call Stephen, building contractor,
259-8128. 10/6-27p
3 BR, 1 BA newly remodeled brick
home in Sanderson, located on 1 acre
with a separate power pole for an addi-
tional dwelling. This is a great invest-
ment, $135,000. Owner may finance to
responsible individual. 259-2417.9/22tfc
Completely setup and ready to move
in! New 24x52, 3 BR, 2 BA Fleetwood
mobile home on,'/2 acre with 4" well,
septic tank and power pole, 121 South,
$105,000. 904-838-0035. .8/25tfc
South coastal Georgia.'$149,000 for
2+ acres deepwater ocean marsh lot.'
$224,900 for 3+ acres oversized deep-
water lot.. 45 minutes from Jacksonville,
15 minutes from St. Simons. Call today
for appointment.Excellent financing
available. i-877-GA-OCEAN X710.
10/20p
8.18 acres, zoned Agriculture, off Mud-
lake & Mallory Davis Rds. Wonderful
neighbor, ready to move your mobile
.home on, with well, septic & light pole,
$120,000. 259-3763. 10/13p
Doublewlde, 3 BR, 2 BA on 2'b acres
Located off county maintained road in
Cuyler area, must see to appreciate.
$93,000 owner financing available. 259-
7925 or 476-7136. 10/20p
1996, 3 BR, 2 BA, 1800 sq. ft. on 7'b
acres, Sanderson, LR/DR area, sepa-
rate family room, fireplace, MBR has
separate garden tub & shower, eat-in
kitchen with mega cabinets, 2 car car-
port, front porch, $139,000. Call Joe @
904-388-2750 or at Prudential Network
Really 904-388-5005. 10/20-27p

3 BR, 1'/i BA large backyard, close to
schools, churches & shopping, $750 per
month, 1st, last & $375 deposit. 259-
4302 evenings. 10/20p

Roger

Raulerson

Well Drilling

2" & 4" Wells

Call Roger or Roger Dale

259-7531
Family Owned & Operated
S Licensed & Insured


ServinsALL your real estate needs! o

Florida r

Crown

Realty


WE SELL PROPERTY FAST!!

LET US SELL YOURS...

www.floridacrownrealty.com
Jim Smith, Real Estate Broker
Josie Davis, Sales Associate
Mark Lancaster, Sales Associate
Juanice Padgett, Sales Associate

799 S. 6th St, Macclenny


121


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259-6555


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Land- Located in Lancaster Glen


Land- Located in Lancaster Glen
41/2 miles west of Macclenny.
Easy access to US Hwy. 90 and I-
10.
Lot #1- 11.74 acres $76,310-SOLD
Lot #4- 12.11 acres $78,715-SOLD
Lot #11- 14 acres $98,000-SOLD
Lot #15- 10 acres $65,000
Lot #18- 15 acres $67,500-SOLD
Lot #21-25.42 acres $101,680-PENDING


Like Oak
Trees?
You're in
luck. Ver\.,
nice dou-
blewidi
one n&


312 ~ -~ rden tub
and fireplace. This home has 1264 SF.
Conveniently located in:Glen St. Mary dear
1-10. $89,000.


HOMES AND LAND of North Florida, Inc.

.9 W %C e t Licensed Real Estate Broker


- 259-7709 338-4528 cell
We can show and sell all listings!
52 othSxhStet Se ,Macen


Do you want to stop driving to
Jacksonville every day?
A great business opportunity awaits
SK',',:,u rghr h ere' !ri ieauril'-l
Glen St. Mary.
The E-Z Stop Convenience Store with all stock
& -uprnrinrt piia 1a 162 -:F 4PR -BA house
ard 4 moNjtU hI:Orie rental lot ai il14O0ach
per morntr l .i n one i:, Ie lfastest gij.'.ing
a~e.rs irn B~alr :Couarr..' Towtal land se a appiro,-
imatel.,; 2 1,acie-
$529,900
Somre '..TIer IranciMg.i m' be at'.vlljles


FEATURED
LISTING!!!
Dublewide rrmcbile home on 2 5
acres 3 bedrooms. 2 bath, sput floor
plan. master bathi vrth garden tub
* n,:T,_e rate nl,7,ve r 2 ,-'l,:,,- r;-';n'
master bedroom., Open den with cor-
.ner fireplace. Large eat-in kitchen.
Open metal p.:le barr 18x23 Jusit
'..alirng l.'r lam 'ily
Owner slashes price!

$79,900 FIRM
Was $89,900


LIFETIME FAMILY
BUSINESS FOR SALE
Great oppocrturnty in well established
business in the fastest growing area of
, -ocleruny With approximately, 1000
r, ..' f r._iT_ -: r ,r r:. rri I- ni_ 5
How can you MISS??
Richard's Grocery
& Meat Market
386 IH L:v.der St MAacclennr,
$389,000
Cimner vi-l sta',' n to uain you
for 6 rnoriLhi


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 $159,000 each.
Nice Affordable Home 3 bedroom, 2
bath dou-'-J"l--t-J-u-i eck on
city lot. m ttih shin-
gle roof. Close to everything. Only
$64,900.
Great starter home or rental.
Doublewide on 2.5 acres, 3 BR, 2
BA, 9 ~ riculture
(bring on paved
CR 1 north en t. Mary.
Reduced to $65,000.
Commercial Lot 14,000 sq. ft. 100
,ft. frontage on SR 121. Located
between Waffle House and Da 's
Inn, adjacent to 1-10. $125,000.


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Anne Kitching,
Sales Associate
S962-8064 cell.


EXCEPTIONAL
3 bedroom, 2 bath home, back &
side screened porches, large family
room, large bonus room. large
fenced back ','ard, sto'.e'&
refrigerator IMust see to appreciate
In .,laclernny cr;I, ]mlns
$229,900


Lot on Little St. Mary's River, con-
veniently located between Glen St.
Mary and Macclenny. This heavily
wooded lot 'is restricted to site built
homes only. 34 acre + priced at
$34,000.


Deep Water- 60 beautiful acres on the
St. Mary's River. Many native palm
trees. This unique property was once a
deep water port for sailing ships.
Secluded 'with its own private road.
Located next to the world famous White
.Oak Plantation in Nassau County. If you
are looking for a private estate site, this
is it. Shown to qualified buyers by appt.
only. Priced at $3,500,000


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"'agd i u te j r1,' cll:,e to
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E:,:-eUllrenrt .:.uiTI1 r to watei and
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S275,000
Got Horses? -l E-edlroom, 21 Bath doublewide on
2 acres 17 '. horse stalls,
I nule trIn, I.I -e to schools
arid shc-pptrig $89,900


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traffic aiea N D 28 & 23-B.
M-lre land .and shop available Owner wll
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3 BR, 2 BA doublewide in Georgia
Bend, $550 per month plus $400 de-
posit. 777-8880. 10/20p
2 BR, 1 BA newly remodeled apartment
in Macclenny, no pets or smoking, $525
per month plus deposit. 259-2417.
10/6tfc
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
New home for rent. 3 BR, 1 BA, tile
flooring, living room, kitchen/dining room
combo, on .50 acre lot in Sanderson. All
electric appliances. $700 security de-
posit, $700 per month. Please call'259-
3343 or 626-8424. 9/15ftfc
3 BR, 2 BA doublewide on one acre lot-
in Macclenny city limits, 1st & last
month's rent plus security deposit re-
quired, no pets allowed,.$650 per
month. Call after 8:00 pm 259-7903,.
10/13p
2-3 BR mobile homes, rio pets, lawn
maintenance& water included. Rent
from $425-$600 per month. 10 minutes
north of Macc!enny. 912-843-8118.
10/13tfc


2 BR,2 BA doublewide on large lotno
smoking inside, no pets,$575 per
month, 1st & last month plus $300 de-
posit. Call after 5:00 pm 259-3578 for
appointment only. 10/20p
3 BR, 2 BA singlewide, nice neighbor-
hood, $550 per month, 1st, last & $300
escrow. 259-5877. 10/20c
2 BR, 1 BA singlewide, $500 per
month, $500 deposit. 904-334-1902 or
904-874-6100. 10/20p
2 room cabin, 8 miles from Macclenny,
no pets inside or outside, lights & water
furnished, $80 deposit, $80 per week.
912-266-1641. 10/20c
1 BR mobile home located in Glen, no
pets, $315 per month, $315 deposit.
259-8140. 10/20tfc


S3 BR, 2 BA doublewide on 1 acre on
125 S. & Mudlake Rd. No pets, 1st, last
& $300 deposit, $700 per month, lawn
maintenance included. 259-9066.
10/20p
3 BR apartment, newly carpeted,
washer/dryer hookup, great location,
$625 per month. 259-4637 or 407-361-
3129. 10/20c
2 BR, 1 BA mobile home, ceiling fan,
fireplace, yard work & water included,
$450 per month, $300 deposit. 259-
4884. 10/20p
2 BR, 1 BA apartment, CH/A, new ce-
ramic tiles, washer & dryer hookup,
$500 per month, $400 deposit. 904-291-
-0387. 10/20-27p
Two prime Macclenny commercial
spaces available, Hwy 90 next to City
Hall. Brand new renovations. Huge
showroom windows. Each space has its
own private.office space. Visit or call us
at 259-7999 or 838-2487. 10/20p
Professional office space available at
122 S. 6th St., Macclenny, $550 per
month includes utilities. Going fast.
'Please call 219-4225 or 591-2840.
1 n/2-11/1 0c


Youths raise almost $150,000


with steer and swine projects


The Baker County Fair market
animal show was a huge success
for the fourth year. On October 12,
69 students brought the hogs and
steers that they had spent the last
93 days raising, feeding and caring
for into the ring at the fair.
Each student moved their ani-
mal around the show ring as the
judge evaluated, touched and

Get EVERYBODY'S
attention for only



$4.50

"PRESS CLASSIFIED


determined which animal was the
best. The judge evaluated each hog
and steer on muscle thickness,
confirmation and fat thickness.
When the judging was com-
plete, judge Ed Sapp of Madison,
Fla., selected a steer grand cham-
pion that was owned by Baker
County senior FFA member,
Stephanie Greene of Glen St.
Mary. The reserve champion steer
was owned by senior FFA member
Jennifer Brown of Macclenny.
In the swine show, the grand
champion hog was owned and
shown by senior FFA member Tres
Gordon of Sanderson. The reserve
champion hog was owned by
senior FFA member Ridge Sweat
of Glen St. Mary.


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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS Thursday, October 20, 2005 Page Fifteen


The auction for the animals was
held October 13-14. Businesses
and individuals bid on hogs and
steers for up to 10 times their
worth. The students took home
tremendous profits in exchange for
their hard work.
When the dust cleared from the
auction, the total sale of the ani-
mals was $149,576.29. Businesses
across the country traditionally


buy the livestock at inflated prices
to support the FFA and 4-H pro-
jects.
Swine chairman Doug Register
states that the support from busi-
nesses and individuals was a
tremendous for a small sale in its
fourth year. Most students will
invest the profit from the sale of
their animals into other Ag pro-
jects or into their college funds.


32' Hunting

Camper

MAKE AN

OFFER!
259-3049



4 LAKE CITY
r0I4 MMNlY LOUIEO

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, NURSING
FAST TRACK LPN TO RN BRIDGE PROGRAM
Grant Funded 228 Duty Day Position
Renewable Annually
RN with Masters in Nursing (FL license eligible) with experience in acute care/adult
health nursing. Ability to conduct the learning experience in the classroom, laborato-
ry and /or clinical area. Prepare for instruction (syllabi, lesson plans, tests, recom-
mend course offering sequence, faculty assignments) Computer literate.
Salary based on education & experience per faculty pay scale.
Review of applications will begin October 26, 2005.
College application required. Position details and application available
on the web at: www.lakecitycc.edu
Persons interested should provide application, vita, and photocopies of transcripts.
Inquiries: Human Resource Development
149 SE College Place, Lake City, FL 32025
Phone: (386) 75-4314 Fax: (386) 754-4594
E-mail: boettcherg@lakecitycc.edu
L:CCiC I accrdind b, ihe S;.:.ulhrn .ki, ii;on of Colleges and Schools
\ PAD EA- EO C.:.ilee in Education & Employment


Same da ~ free est
Light bush hog press.
Guaranteed 0o save dollar
465-3841

ANGEL AOUA


Water softeners Iron filters
Sales Rentals Service
WATER TESTING
Total water softener supplies
Salt delivery
Financing available -
JOHN HOBBS
797 S. 6th Street, Macclenn
259-6672
7"1


DESIGN ALTERNATE
260-8153
Custom house plans
to your specifications
Qualified Good reference


RVICE ie, to ber ounE K & K PROFESSIONt
inmates WELL WATER PUMP PAINTING
re washing REPAIR and SERVICE Interior & Exterior Painting
rs for you! 24 hour 7 dJis Eeek '- '"f 23'ears E.perience -
904-779-0042 Licensed Dependable
10 20 -11 21PFree Estimates
S2111 4p toll free 888-627-8677 Free Estimates
L.INC. 7121-1/12/06p 259-9085


IVE


THE OFFICE MART
Oils, acrylics, watercolors, canvases,
Drawing pads and much more!
110 South Fifth Street
259-3737
tfc

SLAG HAULED
& SPREAD
Tractor work Box blade
r Finish mow in, Bush hog
S 259-6118


;es
4/30tfe


WADE'S TRACTOR
WORKS, INC.
Finish grading Dirt leveling
Mowing Culverts
Slag driveways
259-3691
Licensed and Insured
9/1-3/2/06p
CANADAY
CONSTRUCTION/
CANADAY TRUCKING
Complete site arid
:Underground utility contractor
Land clearing
We sell dirt and slag
Mitch Canaday, Jr.
259-1242
904-219-8094
CU-C057126 6/23-12/29p
JKS CUSTOM TRIM,
INC.
John Spradley
Custom interior trim
Interior/exterior doors
Crown molding Window seals
Licensed & Insured
904-259-5785
9 29- 10 0p
LEGGET'S
APPLIANCE
SERVICE, INC.
Locally owned and operated
We service: refrigerators, washers,
dryers ranges, microwaves,
dishwashers and window A/Cs
All work guaranteed,
Independent Authorized Service
259-1882.
9/8tfc


10/6-27p
DRAMA MODELING
& ETIQUETTE
Ages 3-18
Workshops & private lessons
Special workshop Sat. 10/29
Call Terry
259-4923
10/20-27-


PEACOCK PAINTING,
INC.
Professional painting
Pressure washing
Interior exterior
Residential commercial
Fully insured Locally owned
.25 years experience
259-5877
7/28tf,


R.K. MUSE
CONSTRUCTION, INC.
Custom Homes
-Residential -Commercial-
-New Construction-
-Remodeling Additions-
275-2826
545-8316 cell
Keith Muse, Owner
CBC#1250391 9/22-11/24p
FILL DIRT
Culverts Installed
259-2536
Tim Johnson
6/1tfe
HENDRICKS
MOWING SERVICE
Now serving Baker County
Residential and Light Commercial
Mowing *'Mulching
Trimming Shrubs
Pressure Washing
Call 24/7
259-2473
9/15-10/27p


803-2080 cell
483-7500 cell
.10/6-13p
WOODS TREE
SERVICE
Tree removal Light hauling
Stump removal
We haul or buy junk cars and trucks
We sell horses
Licensed Insured
Free estimates
24 hour ser' ice
Cjll Danny
259-7046
Jesus is the Only Way


BUG OUT SERVICE
Since 1963
Residential and Commercial
Pest control.
Lawn and Shrub care
'Termite protection
Damage repair guarantees'
Free estimates Call today!
Sentricon Colony
Elimination System
259-8759
2/17tfc


FORECLOSURE BAI
If you are facing forec
NORTHEAST MOR
504-8096
778-3228

MICHAEL & JONA'
LANDSCAPING &
MAINTENAN(
Irrigation systems install
& additions to existing
3 year warranty on irriga
1 year warranty on all
-Tractor work-
-Landscape designs &
"Call the best & take
259-7388
Liability & Worker's C
S 1


AL RELIABLE
RESIDENTIAL
CONTRACTING INC.
; ;.t Q03 uJi ........ 'f ............
Home repairs Remddeling
Mark Sti: ens
904-509-2397
LicsR RIi J" 33 9/29-12/29p


T&C SIDEWALK
SI bs. side'a .lks, curbs, dr
Big, small, short & t
Residential & commer
Free estimates
Tony Linton
588-6185
Fred Martin
259-9216

LARRY WEST.
CORPORATION
S Roofing
Free estimates
259-8700


WELL.& PUP
REPAIRS
Iron filter & water sol
Clean out iron from wa
Pressure washin1
Homes & driveway
Clean roofs & gutt
Commercial & resid
430-6190 ce
251-4641 ce
209-5011 ce


LOUTS NOR-TEC1
[LOUTS!
closure NETWORKS,
'TGAGE Computer sales
repairs & network
including Spyware & vin
Pickup & deliver
10/6-1l/24p We offer complete compu
THAN'S starting at $585
LAWN 259-TECH (83
CE Microsoft Certified Systems
d, repaired Cisco Cenified Netw
systems Associate on staff
Hun pans


ituon parts
I labor

layouts-
a rest"

omp Ins.
10/20-11/10c


COMPLETE NOTARY
SERVICES
*Affidavits *Juiats (oaths)
*Acknowledgements *Closings
*Marriage ceremonies
*Will come to you
259-4277 days
275-4280 evenings


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iveways
all 6
rcial


WILSON STUCCO, INC.
For all your stucco needs
m mrilli 'al l ji dlid f -,nJciilmt l
Licensed and Insured
Call
Kevin 904-759-3907
Gene 904-626-5084
Danny 904-424-6568
Charlie 904-226-3233
Hiring crews daily
7/7-12/29p


BC'S LAWN &
TRACTOR WORKS,
INC.
Lawn maintenance Bush hog
10/20-27p Dirt/slag spreading Tilling
Driveways Debris removal
'LL Light land clearing
)N' 7408
502-7408


S 509-1347
'10/6-27p


5/27tfc KONNIE'S KLEAR
MP POOLS
We build in-ground pools
fteners We sell and install
water lines DOUGHBOY abo% e-ground pools
g; Service Renovations Cleaning
Lys Repairs Chemicals Parts
ters 698-E West Macclenny Ave.
ential (next to Raynor's Pharmacy)
II Fall and Winter hours:
l Closed on Monday and Tuesday
I, Open Wednesday Friday
9/29-10/27p
10 am 6pm
"I.. ~Saturday 10 am- 2 pm
INC. 259-5222
(, CPC' 051303, 9/2tft


ing
us removal
ry
ter systems

324)
Engineer &
york

9/29-10/20p


COUNTYWIDE
WASTE DISPOSAL,
SINCE.
Residential Commercial
Garbage pickup for Baker Codnty
'Roll off Dumpsters
259-5692
Kent Kirkland. O ner.'Operator
111,13-4 6.06p


MACGLEN.BUILDERS,
INC.
Design /Build
Your plans or our plans
Bentley Rhoden -
904-259-2255
c CBC060014 3/14tfc


SANDS TRUCKING
''and Field dirt Slag hauled
/ 904-445-8836 days,
904-653-2493 evenings
3/17/05-3/17/06o


FISH'S WELDING &
EXHAUST
STires Rims Exhaust
Buckshot Goodyear Michelin
Nito BOSS Eagle MSR
Custom exhaust Flowmaster
Turbo. Glaspaks
,Call today for the best price!
259-1393
10/6tfc
SHO PRESSURE
WASHING
Homes mobile homes campers *
RVs
Heavy equipment driveways *
sidewalks
No job too small
Free estimate
904-891-3156
John Howell II
9/29-11/3p


HIGGINBOTHAM
BROS.
:-.,Hc-at-ing*Aidr-* Electrical service ,
I'icensed and Insured
259-0893
L: NETll lu0:"i,' r
Lie. #RA13067193,
Lie. #RA13067194 .4/21tfc
STEVE'S CONCRETE
L.L.C.
Slabs patios driveways etc.
275-2608


9/8-10/27p
T&S MOBILE
HOME SERVICE
Breakdown, transport & set-up
Licensed, bonded & insured
Terry or Sharon Dugger
259-5469
2 10 1P
GATEWAY PEST
CONTROL, INC.
259-3808
All types of pest control
Call Eston, Shannon, BrNan.
Bill or Philip
Beerly Monds Owner
Sl/16tfc


RONNIE SAPP
WELL DRILLING
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