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Title: The Baker County press
Uniform Title: Baker County press (Macclenny, Fla. 1929)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Tate Powell
Place of Publication: Macclenny Fla
Creation Date: November 3, 2005
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coach as


of Oct.31
Lost his passion'
with 0-9 season
BY MICHAEL RINKER
Press Sports Editor
Saying he'd lost his passion for
coaching, Baker County High
School football coach Carl West
resigned October.31, three days af-
ter an especially frustrating loss to
Bishop Kenny that dropped the
Wildcats' sea-
son record to
0-9.
Assistant
coach Scott
McDonald
was named
interim head'
coach for this
week's game,
which is the
BCHS Home-
Scoming and
Coach West 2005 season
finale.
West, a.
star running
back for Bak-


piled a record
of 45-38 in
eight years as
head coach of
his alma-
mater.
Coach McDonald He guided
the Cats to the
state playoffs in 2001, and won
back-to-back district champi-
onships in 2002 and 2003. It is the
only time Baker High was in the
state playoffs three consecutive
years, according to school offi-
cials.
This season, however, has been
a different story.
"It's been a tough season," he
said. "I take losses hard. It takes a
lot out of you.
"You have questions: 'Is it
worth it to go on?' 'Is your heart
in it?' ?
"I don't commit myself to a lot
of stuff because I do things all the
way or not at all.
"I've always said that if I ever
lost my passion to coach, it would
be time to step aside."
West submitted his resignation
Monday morning to BCHS princi-
pal David Crawford.
"It's sad, sad, sad," Crawford
said. "It's been a long, difficult
season... the injuries, the losses,
disciplining the athletes. It's a
grind. It wears on a coach.
"Being a football coach in the
rural south is one of the toughest
jobs I know. The average job span
is a couple of years. He's been
here for eight."
West holds his players to. high

sonal matters" he won't discuss.
Throughout the season he has dis-
ciplined players who violated his
code of conduct, usually benching
starters for a half or sometimes for
entire games.
-It was his disciplinary mea-
sures, combined with the frustrat-
ing loss Friday that triggered a
couple of incidents that led to the
dismissal of two senior players
following the game.
One of the players' father re-
portedly had words with the
coaching staff after the game, then
met Monday with Crawford and
Superintendent Paula Barton to
protest.
(Page 14 please)

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Spilled dry ice fogs upInterstate 10 early October28 fol
The scene was a bit Halloween-like and chaotic in the pre-dawn hours of October 26 as carts of dry ice spilled from a tractor trailer that
shortly after it entered the right eastbound lane from the US 90 interchange near Sanderson. Trooper HJ. Cichoski, Jr. said a semi driven
plowed into the rear of one driven by Larry Lang, 52, of Newport, Indiana. In the moments following the initial collision about 4:40, the sce
ice. Two other eastbound trucks swerved onto the south shoulder to avoid the first two that remained in the outside lane, and they in turn str,
coming to rest. Air. Jackson was transported by Trauma One to Shands Jacksonville with serious injuries; the other three drivers and their t1
routed onto US 90 and back tol -10 at Sanderson and it took clean-up crews several hours into the post-dawn morning to clear the high
National Geographic magazines enroute to a bulk mailing center to be addressed.


Coon hunters decry

road closmgs in the

Bethea State Forest


Local coon hunters urged county
commissioners Tuesday night to
pass a resolution supporting the
opening of dog hunting areas in the
John Bethea State Forest.
The Osceola Coon Hunters As-
sociation was upset to find several
roads in the north county state pre-
serve blocked by mounds of dirt,
preventing them from recovering
their dogs.
The hunters want all roads open,
but needed emergency relief this
past weekend for the Second Annu-
al Dawg Daze and Florida State
Coon Hunting Championship at the
Fairgrounds in Macclenny, which is
sponsored by the Osceola Coon
Hunters Association and the Flori-
da State Coon Hunting Associa-:
tion.
Apparently there was some diffi-
culty in getting in touch with the
appropriate officials, but County
Manager Jason Griffis was able to
contact an official from Suwannee
County, who made sure a couple of
roads were opened.
Jimmy Walker of Taylor pre-
sented petitions asking that the
roads be opened permanently..
He said of the 58,000 acres the


state purchased from Rayonier,
about 20,000 are available to
hunters.
State officials closed the roads to
combat fire hunting because they
don't have the manpower to patrol
an area that large.
"Access is the key word for dog
hunting," he told the commission.
A state official said all roads will
be open for the hunting season, but
afterward state representatives will
meet with dog hunters to hash out a
permanent solution.
He said in the end, however, the
state will close some roads.
Meanwhile, there will be a meet-
ing next week to discuss the issue.
In other business at Tuesday's
commission meeting, representa-
tives from W.W. Gay mechanical
contractors presented the board
with a report on initial inspection
of heating and air conditioning sys-
tems at the courthouse and health
department.
The inspection was part of a
maintenance agreement under
which the county will pay the Jack-
sonville company more than
$30,000 annually.
(Page two please)


Busy 'cleaningou
Baker Correctional inmate' Rusell Bannis
Shannon \70itfield were at it this week pre
the Peggy McCollum Building (old courthouse
bucket rented by the county all week, the
preparing the building for a new coat of pa
washing portion would take most of this wee


Middle school burglars steal


safe with FCAT reward money
Burglars went to considerable trouble carting off a heavy floor safe from an office at Baker County Middle
School over the weekend, and along with it they unwittingly took $800 in FCAT reward money.
In all, the safe from the bookkeeper's office contained about $1200, according to Principal David Davis,
who discovered the ransacked offices and broken doors Sunday evening.
Some of it was being held for a school trip and the remainder for routine "petty cash" internal expenses.
The safe also contains small denomination gift cards redeemable at Winn-Dixie and Wal-Mart stores.
Entry was through double glass doors on the east side of the office wing, a fenced area that apparently was
scaled.
Burglars used a metal chair leg to smash glass on locked officedoors, reaching inside to open them. Police
said scraping along the tile floor traced the route they used to push the safe down two hallways to a south
entry near the BCMS cafeteria.
Markings on outside concrete indicate it was dragged outside to a waiting vehicle.
The safe itself is valued at $500, and according to Principal Davis, weighs several hundred pounds.
"I know myself and another person tried to move it before, and it was too heavy," he recalled.
He said the school for several years has used cash and other rewards to motivate student performance on
the FCAT state standards testing.
"We try to do things to motivate the kids and all schools have a certain amount of leeway in deciding what
they'll use. Some use limo rides and movies. We use cash and gift certificates."
Last year select students received as much as $100, noted Mr. Davis.
The funds come from sources like the local foundation in the form of mini-grants. Awards are given both
to high FCAT scores and students who score well above what they did in a prior year.


impact

fees will


double

Rising to $2000
aft erfrst year

-' The Baker County School Board
is seeking an impact fee of $1000
that will automatically double after
one year.
The flat fee will apply to new
construction of single-family
homes and multi-family units, as
well as move-on permits for mobile
"0'A' '~ homes.
The Board of County Commis-
sioners, which must pass the fee or-
S. dinance for the school board,
scheduled a public hearing for No-
Svveimber 21 at 6:00 pm.
,w, i '-M r 11,, At Tuesday's meeting, commis-
owing cofl lSi l sioners approved a request to ad-
had been struck from behind by another one vertise the hearing.
by Christopher R. Jackson, 33, of Griffin, Ga. The request was part of the
ene was shrouded in a fog rising from the dry board's consent agenda, which was
uck the right side of the stopped trucks before approved without discussion.
wo passengers escaped injury. Traffic was re- approved without discussion
ray of debris. The first truck was loaded with There were no representatives
from the school district at the com-
mission's meeting.
S Likewise, there were no school
clenny city meeting when commis-
sioners discussed the school
I board's request for an impact fee
ordinance.
At the time, the board had not
presented the city with an amount,
"I' G S and some commissioners were re-
luctant to enact an ordinance for
the schools.
If the county commission enacts
the fee as is, the automatic increase
Sto $2000 will push the school
board's impact fee past the coun-
ty's $1500.
Macclenny has tentatively set-
Stied on a fee of $3000.
Glen St. Mary is covered under
the county's ordinance.
Impact fees, levied on new con-
struction, are intended to help pay
for the additional roads, schools,
police and fire services needed to
accommodate growth.
There are rules governing when,
Where and how much can be spent,
and the fees must be justifiable.
The fees will be paid when a
building permit is pulled.
While the city's impact fee will
be apportioned among transporta-
tion, law enforcement, emergency
.. services, fire services and recre-
ation, the county's is exclusively
for transportation.
clock literally According to the school board's
l ` proposed ordinance, the money it
Yter (with raincoat) and county employee collects from impact fees will be
?ssure-washing the cupola and clock atop spent on land acquisition, construc-
use) in Macclenny. Perched on a large lift tion of facilities and buses, among
e two and inmates at ground level were
2int. Supervisor Joe Starling estimated the other things.
'k. (Page two please)


Apologizes after he


s tyin face


A 17-year-old Glen St. Mary
youth is charged with assault and
battery on a county deputy for
striking him on, the side of the face
with a beer bottle.
The youth, a passenger in a
pickup truck that was parked just
after 3:00 am in the intersection of
SR 121 and Woodlawn Road on
October 29, apologized to. Deputy
Mike Lagle at the scene,
He claimed he had passed out
after a night of drinking and mis-
took the officer for an acquain-
tance.
Deputy Lagle said he twice
attempted to awaken the youth, who
had slumped over to a prone position
on the front seat 'of the 2004 Dodge,
then suddenly straightened and sat
up.
The officer said the juvenile


wielded the beer bottle when he at-
tempted to pull him from the truck
by the arm.
When Sgt. Thomas Dyal arriv-
ed, he found Deputy Lagle strug-
gling on the ground attempting to
subdue the youth, who swung at
him several times after he was
pulled from the truck.
Deputy Lagle said he struck the
boy three times on his face with his
fist as the struggle ensued.
Once handcuffed, the officer
said he asked the youth why he
struck him.
"I though you were Chris (a
friend)," the teen replied. "I'm
sorry I didn't mean to."
He repeated a similar excuse to
Sgt. Dyal.
Battery on an officer is a third
degree felony.


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School fee Arrested for taunting

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(From page one)
In other action, commissioners:
SApproved a Small County
Outreach Program Agreement with
the Florida.Department of Trans-
portation for the widening and
Resurfacing of CR 123 from Deck
Mann Road to US 90. DOT will
kick in about $270,000.
Accepted a check from Clerk
Al Fraser for early $100,000 in
excess funds collected by his of-
fice. He also said he spent none of,
the more than $100,000 the com-
mission budgeted for his depart-
ment.
Scheduled a first reading' of
the planned unit development of
Greystone. When the developer
Forte Macaulay was last heard
from, it was ditching Glen St.
Mary in favor of the county de-
spite assurances to Glen,officials
that Greystone's 232 single-family
homes on 148 acres east of Baker
High would be incorporating into
the small town. The first reading is
scheduled for November 21, the
second for December 6.
Approved an adoption hearing
for land use amendments arising
from plans for the Blair Nurseries
development.

Coon hunters
decry roads...

(From page one)
W.W. Gay's Frank Cosentino
told commissioners the equipment
is in generally fair or "maintain-
able" condition other than about
half a dozen things, including
damaged units at the health depart-
ment and improper wiring at the
courthouse.


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


A Macclenny woman is charg-
ed with disorderly conduct after
returning to the vicinity of Fraser
Hospital's emergency room to
taunt another woman.
Deputy Bill Starling said he
earlier warned Tara Washington,
33, to staN away from the area fol-
lowing a disturbance and argument
about 9:00 pm.
The incident follow ed a larger
argument and some fighting in
south Nlacclenny involving two
feuding families. Thirteen criminal
complaints for affray (fighting)

DUIon 1-10
An Americus, Ga. motorist was
arrested for drunk driving the
evening of October 27 after a
county deputy observed his Ford
Explorer swerving in and out of a
lane on Interstate 10.
Deputy Greg Burnsed said
Kelvin Simpson, 34, was unsteady
on his feet and smelling strongly
of alcohol when questioned on the
roadside about 8:00.
He refused to submit to a blood
test at county jail, and officers
found a.half empty gin bottle and
an opened beer in the Explorer.
Deputy Burnsed said he was re-
entering the eastbound lane just
west of SR 121 when he saw an-
other vehicle swerve to avoid a
collision with the Explorer.


resulted as police attempted to
quell 'the disturbance at South
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east of Sanderson.
Deputy James Parham said he
found the 2001 Pontiac off the
x% eastbound roadway about 3:46 am
on October 29.
The vehicle was damaged and
driver William Campbell, 23, said
he swerved to avoid a deer just
east of the viaduct. A computer
check revealed his license has
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Now that Carl West has decided
to hang it up not even stick
around for the finalgame of a dis-
S appointing season that now stands
at 0-9, maybe the focus will once
again be on w hat a nice guy he is.
S....Small consolation, maybe, for a .,
Coach who took Baker County
'football teams to a near-zenith sev-
eral times: the playoffs in 2001 and
successive district titles the next
itwo years.
S/His 2004 squad slipped a bit,
finishing at 7-3, and then we had
this season, winless at it was'with
/close losses and outright blowouts.
SIt was a demoralizing year for
rthe Cats, and no wonder tempers
are flaring both on- and off-field as
Jit winds to a close against Femand-,
ina Beach and the annual Home-
coming.
Maybe we'll win that. But we'll
iwin it w without Carl, and that would:
almost be worse than a loss.
Yours truly isn't much of a
sports nut (I don't like writing
sports stories much, either). All but
the coldest of us see the human
side to sports, the side that makes
most of us at least pay attention to
it from season to season.
The thing about Carl I'll always
remember is being comfortable
about the fact that he represented
Baker County High football. Some
people you just have a confidence
in; they'll do the right thing.
If you saw him in front of a tele-
vision camera, or pacing the side-,
lines during a game where the calls
aren't going his way, you didn't
worry that he'd embarrass us..
Can't say that about everybody
in positions as putcic as.his. n
Carl is a dee igous mn,
nd the only ru Ter had with
him was that he brought a little too


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much of it into the locker room
with him.
Like the time players were en-
couraged to join a Christian athletic
association by getting a break from
Some of the conditioning exercises.
It's a public school, and no place
for religious incentives on the play-
ing field or in the classroom. If you
want that, fork over the cash and
send your kids to private religious
schools.
But if that was Carl's worst
transgression, it pretty much speaks
for the man. The kind of excess one
can.overlook and a fair trade-off
for the positive influence that he
had on a lot of kids who ieed it
desperately.
Carl's eight years here at the
helm of Baker County's most
beloved sport (with the exception
of car racing, of course) were a dif-
ferent eight years than any similar
block in the piast..
Schools are expecting more of
athletes (they take the FCATs, too)
and football has lessened in impor-
tance compared to communities
like Lake Butler.
Athletes likewise have more
choices (and temptations) when it
comes to their leisure time, and
coaches have to try harder to get
and keep their attention virtually


year-round.
Regrettably, coaches in all sports
have more "parental" influence to
worry about, given the sorry state
of many families everywhere.
So Carl West had his work cut
out when he came here from Bald-
win and his on-field performance
even with the nine losses this year
was pretty good: 45-3S at BCHS
and 73-52 in 12.years.
Nothing to sneeze at.
He's told many of us his dream
is coaching at the college level,and
he could achieve that, though it
means he'd have to leave Baker
County. He's also got his Youth
Hope Center in Macclenny and he
may run with that.
I hope he sticks around, largely.
for the same reasons I always.felt
comfortable with his presence and
demeanor. He radiates the kind of
image all of us in Baker County_,,..
would like to think we have (most
of us fall short).
He'd have liked to go out 9-0,
but Carl West is self-confident anid
mature enough to know you don't
always get everything your way.
People like Carl build on every
experience life brings them. That's
why they always come out win-
ners.


LETTER TO THE EDITORr

Suggests Youth League's
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squads be based on size
Dear Editor:
I am concerned about safety in the Youth League football teams in
Baker County. .' ,
I've been to every game this season, and my main concern is the differ-
ence in the size of boys on each team. I've asked around and in other
counties, the division you are in is determined by your weight instead of
your age.
'Looking at the teams in Baker County, some kids are big for their age.:
Last week, a young boy was hit by two others much bigger than he, and he
was taken away by rescue.
Believe if the league teams were divided by weight class rather than
age, the boy's injuries would.not have been as severe.
If children get injured badly at this age, they may not get to play when
they are older and, who knows, may have been good enough to get to col-
lege on a football scholarship.
I also notice that if there is a neck or back injury, kids are being picked
up and carried off the field. The county should supply the league with a
backboard. You can do serious damage to someone if you move them
without stabilizing them first.
Our first priority should be safety.
OLIVIA CRAWFORD
Taylor,


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The 'hurricane culture' has


altered our outlook on things

Hearing the song "Wade in the during the last four hurricanes.
M Y SIDE OF Water," makes you cry. You can recite from memory
You have a lovely fish tank whole portions of your homeown-
brimming with tropical fish. It's er's insurance.
Called your basement. You opt for the 18" Poulan in-
When asked what you want for stead of the 14" because girls like
Christmas, you reply "hip waders." guys with big chainsaws.
My sister sent me an e-mail Your drive-thru meal consists Three months ago you
with some very funny but unfortu- of MREs and bottled Water. couldn't hang a shower curtain; to-
nately topical hurricane one liners. You covet your neighbors FE- day you can assemble a portable
I thought I'd share some with you MA trailer. generator by candlelight.
and add a few of my own. -Someone comes to your door The song "You and Me and
This falls under the topic of You to tell you they found your roof. Rain on the Roof," is a fallacy.
Know You Live on the Gulf Coast You always wanted a skylight, You have to have a roof first.
or in South Florida When.... just not one that covers your entire You've been laughed at over
Instead of a dart board on your house. the phone by a. roofer, fence
garage wall you use a picture of Your child's first sentence in- builder or,tree worker.
former FEMA director Tom eludes the words "storm surge." You're on a first name basis
Brown. A vacation home in Nevada with a platoon of National Guard
All of your flashlights have seems like a pretty good idea. troops.
working batteries. You're looking for generators You have notches on your ax
Your jon boat takes the place on eBay. handle from the number of looters
of your sport utility vehicle and is You're beginning to like the you've chased away from your
parked in your driveway without taste of warm beer. home.
a trailer. You spend more time on your A battery powered TV on a
Your pantry contains more roof than in your living room. plastic crate is your home enter-
than 20 cans of Spaghetti O's. You always wanted a heated tainment center.
Your daughter has a crush on swimming pool, just not in your -The heck with the president,
that "hunky bald Weather Channel dining room. ,send George Winterling.
guy." The phrase "Desperate House- You're actually looking for-
You catch a 13-pound redfish, wives" applies to every one in ward to visiting your mother-in-
in your back yard. town. law in Ohio.
You can rattle off all the class- You go to work early,and stay Your son can identify the
es of plywood quicker than the late just to enjoy the air condition- types of helicopters flying over-
names of your grandchildren; ing. head.
You'd gladly trade your Seiko You wish other people get hit You have more than 300 C
watch for a roll of toilet paper. by the next hurricane and not feel and D batteries in your kitchen
You're beginning to enjoy the the least bit guilty about it. drawer.
smell of tar paper. There's a chart right next to You are thinking of repainting
You're getting pretty good at 'your.child's growth chart that mea- your house to match the plywood
making your morning coffee on a sures how' high the water's risen covering your windows.


gas grill.
The road leading to your
house has been declared a No-
Wake Zone.


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Section 197.122 Florida Statutes Provides:

"All owners of property shall be held to know that taxes are due and payable thereon annually and are
hereby charged with the duty of ascertaining the amount of current and delinquent taxes and paying
them before the first day of April following the year in which they are assessed."

-Under Chapter 197.322 notice is hereby given that the 2005 Certified Baker County Tax Rolls have
been delivered by the Property Appraiser to the Tax Collector and are open for collection November 1,
2005. These rolls cover Ad Valorem tax rolls for Real Estate, Tangible Personal Properties, Railroad
Properties and Non-Advalorem Assessment Rolls.

Districts and Cities included are:


General Revenue (County)
Fine and Forfeit (County)
Health Department (County)
General School
. School Capital Outlay
School Discretionary


City of Macclenny
Hospital General Revenue
St. Johns District
Suwannee River District
Fire Protection
Solid Waste Disposal


Discounts as provided by Law are:
4 percent discount will be allowed for November; 3 percent for December; 2 percent for January; 1 percent
for February. The taxes paid in March shall be without discount. Penalties are effective April 1.

The Tax Collector's office hours are 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, with the exception of the
last working day of each month the hours are 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. We are located at 32 North 5th Street,
Macclenny, Florida; telephone 904-259-2321 or 904-259-6880.

Statements have been mailed to all property owners November 1, 2005 at last known address. If you have
acquired property since January 1, 2005 and do not receive a tax bill, please inquire at the Tax Collector's
office for your tax statement.
WHEN PAYING TAXES PLEASE BRING YOUR STATEMENT
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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS Thursday, November 3, 2005 Page Four


Jonathan St.-228 collision injures Macclenny man
C/i, L 'l..'i',iii. 82, the driver of the 2001 Buick in left of photo, was taken to Shands Jacksonville in serious (...miii,,., .'/i, !,. ii.'ni of
VNovember 1 after his car was struck broadside by the 2005 Ford van at right. FHP Trooper J.D. Byrd'said the Buick was eastbound on
Jonathan at .the SR 228 intersection, and the driver pulled into the path of the DHL delive'y van that was eastbound on 228. The impact
Pushed Ml: Lampmnan's car into a light pole (partially visible at left). The van's driver; Kristine Brown, 24, of Jacksonville, was not thought
to be im,-t She was : ei.,i i aI seat belt; Mr: Lampmain as not. Charges pend. Pi'o IIY Rusry HAYI

Coach inteupts drug dealat BCHS


Three students \ere arrested on
or near the Baker High campus on
October 28, two of them following
an alleged drug deal in a boys'
batJlroom.
Former BCHS football coach
Carl West told police he found the
two, a 17-year-old and 15-year-
old, in the same bathroom stall
earl\ rhht afiiernoon..
The younger student exited hur-'
riedly and dropped two small plas-
tic bags of marijuana, according to
Coach West. The older student re-
mJined in the stall and had $51 in
his hnd.
The. older of the two later ad-'


mitted to selling the pot for $10,
and he is charged with a third de-
gree felony. The younger student
was arrested for misdemeanor pos-
session.
Earlier that day, campus deputy
Tracie Benton arrested a 16-year-
old male for creating a disturbance.
The youth, who was in the of-
fice of Assistant Principal Johnnie
Jacobs for disciplinary reasons,
walked out of the office and re-
fused several times.the administra-
tor's demands that he return.
Mr. Jacobs told police the youth
cursed and threatened him.
Deputy Benton said she found
the youth, followed by Mr. Jacobs


and another adult, walking on
nearby Madison St. about 10:30.


Swerving driver had prescription drugs
A Macclenny woman faces a ped by Deputy Charles Goldsmith police apprised of its location.
felony charge of possessing con- as she pulled up to her residence The deputy noted that Ms.
trolled drugs without a prescrip- on Shelly Lane just before 7:00 Bookout's speech was slurred and
tion after a motorist on Interstate pm on October 27. her balance unsteady as he ques-
10-alerted police to her erratic dri- The officer had tracked her tioned her. She complained of a
ving. there with the help of another local migraine headache and low blood
Denise Bookout, 41, was stop- woman who witnessed Ms. Book- pressure.
out's Chevrolet SUV running Deputy Goldsmith summoned a
Again arrest d other vehicles off the road and rescue unit to check on the driver's
A gain a -ested. swerving at it headed west toward condition, and found a variety of
fo b eatiw i fe Macclenny. prescription drugs in various con-
for beatiie The motorist followed the SUV tainers in. her purse 40 pills in
as it left the interstate and kept all.


An east Maccienny man was
arrested again on October 26 after
an attack on his wife, the second
lime in one week.
,Dpur i\ Mike Lagle made the
arrest after questioning Kenneth
NlcAndre%\. 37, at his East Boule-
\ ard address about 1:00 am.
Earlier he interviewed the sus-
pect's 4--year-old wife Judy at the
Fraser -lHopital emergency room,
\\here she \went after the'husband
choked her.
The \\ife said Mr. NMcAndrev.
tlhreatened to kill her and himself
after she told him she wanted a
divorce. Deputy Lagle noted both
parties had been drinking, a siri-
lar observation was made at the
time of the earlier arrest. '


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The sheriff's department \v.ants
to question three persons it: con-
neciion '.i iih the thefi of more than
'-2501 in lec\,elr\ and other proper-
I' fr.:m the residence of Rachel
and Budd\ Hanks off Cedar Creek
Road norrh of Sanderson.
SThe ov'. ner told police the bur-
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cell phone.
Police '.'.ant to talk to a neigh-
bor. her bo\ friend and a second
male suspect.
T..o suspects matching the de-
scription of men %ere seen b \\ it-
nesses in north Sanderson that
'c ening attempting to sell jev.elry
for crack cocaine, said Deput\
James Parham, [II.
In other residential thefts,. a
pressure '. asher valuedd at nearly,
S4 111.1.a1 s taken from a shed at the
r,.-.idence of Deibert Combs off
V iolet Lane in Macclenn. .
The o'. .ner told police Ihe theft
-occurred betvc.een October 24-26.
It .' a the second time around


for Adam Starling, ho reported a
2002 Yamaha ATV taken from the
back \ard of his residence off
South 4th St. in Macclenn\.
The vehicle ',as stolEn a year
ago and later recovered in dam-
aged condition. The o'\ ner told
police October 29 he suspects the
.,same person cook it.lhat afirnoopn.
Safety pachl tfor
young passengers
Parents who regularly have
youngg children accompany\ ing
them in vehicles should pick up a
packet of safe\ and identification
information at the Macclenn\ Fire
Department or Baker Count\
Sheriff's Department.
Called "Whale Check," the
packet includes identification.
stickers \\ith viral medical and
other information to attach to win-
dows. It also has helpful informa-
tion on child restraints and seat
belts. .
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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS Thursday, November 3, 2005 Page Five

Woman's ATM card is used fraudulently in Pakistan


In what was described as anoth-
er case of credit card fraud, a
Macclenny woman was bilked of
$251 from her bank account by
someone who used her identity at
an ATM in Pakistan.
Leah Larson told the sheriff's
department the cash withdrawal
showed up on her Vystar Credit
Union account when she checked
it on-line October 24.
She told Deputy Tony Norman
she knows no one in that country,
but noted that she has used the
card to purchase on eBay.
In other thefts, someone took a
$300 cell phone from Amanda An-
drews, a teacher at Baker County
High School.
She reported the theft the morn-
ing of October 26, and remarked
that she had told her students she
would not contact police if the
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of Glen St. Mary. It was valued at
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October 7-28.'


Dan Hicken guest speaker at Youth Hope banquet
Carl West presents a plaque hnonrm local sportscaster Dan Hicken for speaking at the Baker County Youth Hope Center benefit banquet
October 27 at the high school cafeteria. iei /; .unde, the cen r to provide a positive environment and a place to go for local children. The
center on Mclver St., a not-for-profit .raifiu a.it'i. is seeking donations to pay off a note on land it owns on US 90 near the western
SMacclenny city limits. Hicken, a long-time friend of West, said he will approach members of the Jacksonville Jaguars as possible contribu-
tors.


Beer thief reneges on surrendering
The sheriff's department is the home of hismother. with Deputy Randy Davis, but
looking for David D. Woolf, 21, of He discussed turning himself in never re-contacted the officer as
Glen St. Mary. who failed to re- during a-telephone conversation promised.,
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Late Sept. transactions


The following land transactions
were recorded in the. Baker County
courthouse during September 16-
30. Values are derived from docu-
mentary stamps. Many descrip-
tions are by S(ection) T(ownship)
R(ange). If acreage or price are not
listed, none were indicated in the
documents.

Harold & Angie Griffis to Stephen
& Nelli Wilford, in 8-3S-22E, $10.
Michael & Donna Bennett to Leonid
& Irene Lisetsky, in Timberlane Subdi-
vision, $147,000.
Long Branch Farms LLP to Donnie
& Barbara Gaines, in 5-2S-21E,
$75,000.
Ann Tharpe to Brandon & Ashley
Gonzalez, in Macclenny, $100,000.
Country Federal Credit Union to
Dennis & Brenda Hall, in Allen Lands,
$25,000.
Bushman Builders Inc to Steven &
loulia Flakowicz, in 8-2S-22E, $85,000.
Steven & Sarah Bradley to Moody's
Chevron Inc., in 32-2S-22E, $825,000.
Lonzie & Yvonne Altman to Mark
Taylor & Julie Anderson, in 17-1S-21E,
$10.
GOB Enterprises LLC to Janis
Wheeler, in Riverview Estates, $60,000.
Sam & Shirley Norman to Sam Wes-
ley Jr., in Allen Lands, $10.
April Gray to Michael Gray, in Bak-
er County, $10.
Larry. & Melanie Barnes to Melanie
Barnes, in Cannon Heights, $10.
David & Joelle Bowen to Robert &
Brynde Connor, in Old Nursery Planta-
tion, $10.


Painting of

quilt given

or display

BY LAURA BETH BRINER
Press Staff
Apiece of Baker Count\ history
% as donated by Fa\.e McClenny
Miller to Heritage Park in Mac-
clenn) on October 21.
A painting of The Miracle Quilt
of Democracy made .by, Kate
i\lcClc-nn in 1933 novw hangs in
the old train depot at the park.
Mrs. McClenny raised her fami-
ly in Baker County in the late
1800s and is buried here. The
counts seat carries the family's
name (though spelled differently).
The quilt did a fair bit of travel-
ing in its day. It was hung at the
Florida Capitol in 1937 and dis-
played in Tallahassee as part of the
Florida Quilt Heritage Project.
Mrs. NMcClenn\;'s son, R.E.
McClennv. donated the quilt in
1983 to.the Beach Area Historical
Society (BAHTS). \ here it remains
today. .
SAccording to Miller, the quilt
.was left in her care by her grand-
mother. thus giving no right to her
father to donate the quilt.
"I've been trying since 2001 to
get it." said Miller.
In a: letter from the BAHS, it
indicated that earlier this year, Mrs.
Miller called the board president
and requested the quilt be Ipaned to
Heritage Park.
The letter explains a policy of
requesting items on loan must be
on letterhead from the requesting
institution.
"Mrs. Miller. and eventually
Mrs. Smrnall\ ood. were informed of
this requirement," wrote executive
director Holle\ Beasecly and collec-
tions manager Kathy Mays.
A letter was sent in July from
LaViece Small'oa od to the BAHS
requesting the quilt and was
denied. The denial letter explained
that a permanent display was being
built at the beach that would incor-
porate tlie quilt. Due to stipulations
put forth by the builders, the arti-
facts niust remain on site.
Thus the 6X7 fool painting of
the quilt by Fred Downs is all that
can be donated
The family says it is pursuing
legal venues to get ownership rein-
,tdted. ,

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Christopher Winckel to Christopher
Winckel & Vanessa Todd, in 20-2S-
22E.
Stephen & Brenda Schell to Christo-
pher Rubino, in Old Nursery Planta-
tion, $62,500.
Donald & Pamela Mozick to
Christopher Rubino, in Old Nursery
Plantation, $62,500.
Scott & Dianna Hinson to Barbara
& Hugh Fish Jr., in Macclenny II,
$160,000.
LANCO Baker County Limited
Partnership to WLW Enterprises &
James Davis, in Lancaster Glen,
$164,000.
Charles Stokes & Harold Keinath to
Philip & Gardys Hearnburg, in 20-3S-
21E, $62,500.
Hugh Rhoden to Deborah Bone, in
Timberlane Subdivision, $142,500.
Troy Vonk to NUSPEC Homes, Inc.,
in 6-3S-22E, $10.
Thomas Rhoden & R.H. Davis to
Sean Morris, in Evergreen Acres, $10.,
Sharon Dolby to Cynthia Rogers, in.
14-2S-20E, $105,000.
Angela West to MacGlen Inc, in 6-
3S-22E, $25,000.
Claudette Crawford & MacGlen
Inc.,to Angela West, in 6-3S-22E, $10.
Clerk of Court to Larry Dean,
Phoenix Office Center Inc., Frank
Dodd, in 16-iN-19E, $7,000.
Hugh Rhoden to Donnie & Connie
Nelson, in Timberland Subdivision,
$145,000.
Wildon Cook Trust to Morrells, Inc.,
in Macclenny, $175,000.
Tony & Shanna Bloiham to Sheila
Morton & Effie George, in Jerry W.
Thomas Subdivision, $116,500.
Renee Harmon to Jack & Shirley
McKinney & Renee Harmon, in Turkey
Creek Retreat, $10.
Bushman Builders Inc to Rodger &
Terry Bushman, in 8-2S-22E, $5,000.
John & Theresa Kirkland to Kishia
& Kenneth Griffis, in 18-2S-22E.
Nlitch & Jerri Canadas. Timoth) &
Melody Combs to Jammie French, in
Fox Ridge Estates, $135,000.
Mitch & Jerri Canaday, Timothy &
Melody Combs to James Rodgers, in
Fox Ridge Estates, $133,000.
Cecil & Marcille Raulerson to Roger
& Kathy Woods, in 24-3S-20E.


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Donna Walker to James Causier, in
24-2S-21E, $269,000.
John & Gail Curtis to Elmer &
Priscilla Holbrooks, in Cannon Heights,
$10.
Cypress Pointe of Macclenny, LLC
to Maronda Homes Inc of North Flori-
da, in Cypress Pointe, $100,800.
Rayonier Forest Resources LP to
Baker C and D Inc, in 1-4S-20E,
$408,288.
Clifford & Jan Armentrout to Helen
Robbins, in Macclenny, $134,000.
Dykes & Associates Construction
Inc to Jeffrey & Jesicca Crews, in Cop-
per Creek Hills, $218,550.
Larry & Lisa Sigers to Albert
Kennedy & Michelle Peacock, in 32-1S-
22E, $325,000.
Larry & Lisa Sigers to Eva Sigers, in
32-1S-22E, $10.
Eva Sigers to Lisa Sigers, in 32-1S-
22E, $10.
Eva Sigers to Larry & Lisa Sigers, in
32-1S-22E, $10.
Thomas Cole to Audrey O'Baugh, in
20-3S-21E, $20,000.
Katherine Luttman to Audrey
O'Baugh, in 20-3S-21E, $20,000.
Christina Yarborough to Leonard
Da is. in 5-3S-21E, $10.
Terry & Sheila Colbert to Trustee
Management Services LLC, in Owen
Acres, $87,800.
Charles Stokes & Harold Keinath, in
Pheasant Run, $10.
Rock Contractors Inc to Amram
Adar, in Cannon Heights, $234,155.
Glen Forest LLC to Olu & Yetunde
Oyewole, in 29-2S-21E, $40,000.
SJohn Gallion to Bradshaw & Griffis
LLC, in Forest Glen, $35,000.
Mike Gallion to Bradshaw & Griffis
LLC, in Forest Glen, $35,000.
Thomas & Dorothy Anderson to
Joseph & Anna Williams, in 30-2S-22E,
$40,000.
Thomas Rhoden & R.H. Davis to
Joseph & Terry Frazier, in Evergreen
Acres, $10.
Robert & Norman Green, Mattie
Davis to David & Lynette Griffis, in 6-
3S-22E, $48,000..
David & Martha Davis to Ann Gray,
in Macclenny II, $98,800.
Doroth) Herndon to Brad & Joseph
Padgett, in Glen St. Mary, $62,500.


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Two white males in a 1998 Hon-
da successfully evaded a county de-
puty after he chased them through a
north Macclenny neighborhood
near midnight on October 27.
Deputy Brad Dougherty was
alerted to the Honda being driven
recklessly on US 90 west of the
city, and observed it after the vehi-
cle turned into a convenience store
parking lot.
The car sped off after the driver
spotted the deputy behind him,
turning north on 7th St. and onto
Shuey where the occupants fled
into nearby woods after skidding
into a driveway.
Several witnesses told police
they saw two persons matching the
description running elsewhere in
the neighborhood, and they got
into a blue vehicle and rode off.
The Honda belongs to Karen
Woolf of St. George, Ga., who was
not immediately available for
questioning. The report does not
indicate whether she was later
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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS Thursday, November 3, 2005 Page Seven


Hunters using dogs must register in '05


MFD 'fright house' draws 750...
'Chainsaw Charlie' (Trevor Bidell) was one of many frightful occupants of the Halloween
spook house on north College sponsored by the Macclenny Fire Department for five nights
the past week. Deputy Chief Scott Crews estimated 750 brave souls paid to wander through
the rooms of the house, only to be met by the likes of Charlie and other ghouls. The event
was held in a house behind the Council on Aging building recently purchased by the City of
Macclenny and soon be razed for parking. Proceeds of nearly $3000 will go to the depart-
ment's Explorer club for young adults.


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This year, hunters using dogs to
pursue deer on private lands in
Florida must register for the 2005-
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This new statewide, no-cost
registration program is mandatory
during any open deer-hunting sea-
son when taking deer with dogs is
permitted. The rule also applies
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The deer-dog hunting season
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January 8. Farther up the state in
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weeks later, the season reopens
December 10 and runs through
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Hunting clubs, landowners or
anyone wanting to hunt deer with
dogs on a particular tract of land
can register by completing an
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cant may be the landowner or a
person representing a group (hunt-
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ing.
Proof of landowner permission
or a copy of the written lease
agreement must accompany the
application along with a general
map of the property showing


boundary lines and legal descrip-
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After processing the applica-
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Conservation Commission (FWC)
will issue the applicant a unique
registration number, and that num-
ber must be affixed to the collars
of all dogs used to pursue deer on
that registered property. Where a
group or hunting club is hunting
the same tract of land, one regis-
tration number will be issued for
all dogs used on that property or
hunting lease.
Any individual engaged in'
hunting or training deer dogs on
private lands must have a copy of
their registration while doing so
and must not allow their dogs off
the registered property, whether
intentionally or negligently.
This new rule does not apply
for hunting or training deer dogs
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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS Thursday, November 3, 2005 Page Eight


Student council reading tutors....
The Baker County Middle School Student Council has been spending their time helping
younger students with reading instruction. Two council members volunteer their after-
school time at the Pre K/Kindergarten Center by reading to the small fries and other help-
ful reading activities several times a week. Their sponsor is nurse Shelly Bennett. Pictured
above are: (front, l-r) Jake Betros, Grant Burns, Hunter Sullivan, Alex Hodgson, Ciera
Rhoden, Chelsea Thompson, Brittani Sapp. (back) Cody Crews, Marissa Miller, Cassie
Register, Adam Holland, Haley Thigpen and Jamie Lee Norman. Not pictured are Kim
Register and Destiny Delepena. PHOTO BY LAURA BETH BRINER


sC oo


A The following activities are
scheduled in Baker County
schools for the week of Novem-
C ber 7-12. This listing may be in-
complete and subject to change
without notice.

2 -November 7: District
Wide- Board meeting at 6:30 pm.
S BCMS- Boys basketball tryouts.
S November 8: BCHS- Hi-Q
(H) at 4 pm. New York trip in-
A stallment due. KIS- 5th grade
8 FCAT parent night at 6:30 pm.
C *November 9: BCHS-
FBLA district rally. WE- School
advisory council at 8 am.
1 "November 10: District
2 Wide- Progress reports go
3 home. WE- Patriotic program at
6 pm in BCHS auditorium. KIS-
(W School advisory council at 8 am.
A .No~ember 11: District
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milk and juice.,
FRIDAY: Veteran's Day holiday.
LUNCH
MONDAY: Ham with macaroni and cheese
and roll or hamburger, choice of two: potato
Sounds, peas, lettuce and tomato slice with cook-
ie and milk.
TUESDAY: Spaghetti or beef nuggets,
choice of twq: parsley new potatoes, salad, fruit
with roll and milk.
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The Richardsons
Wed October 14
Vanessa Johnson of DeRidder,
La. and David Richardson of Mac-
clenny were married October 14 in
Macclenny.
Mrs. Richardson is the daughter
of Bruce Carroll and the late
Margie Carroll of DeRidder. Mr.
Richardson is the sdn of Shirley
arid Alice Richardson of Macc-
lenny. The couple will reside in
Macclenny.

LCCC meeting
The Lake City Coimmunity Col-
lege District Board of Trustees
will meet at 4 pm, November 8 at
the, Carriage Inn Restaurant in
Cross City, Fla.
The District Board of Trustees
is appointed by the governor and
the trustees' term is for a four-year
period. Anyone in the college's
district may send a nomination to
the governor for trustee appoint-
ments.
LCCC is a two-year community
college locally governed and pub-
licly supported. The college serves
a five-county district that includes
Baker. LCCC is accredited by the
Commission on Colleges of the
Southern Association of Colleges
and Schools,to award the associate
degree.
A complete agenda will be
available prior to the meeting. For
more information contact the pub-
lic information office at (3S6t 754-
4248. This meeting is op6n to the
public.


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Five ladies attend
GFWC conference
Five members of the Macc-
lenny Women's Club attended the
GFWC Southern Region Confer-
ence in Birmingham, Ala. Two-
hundred delegates represented
Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mis-
sissippi and South Carolina.
The conference consisted of
updates, reports and addresses by
International President Ernie
Shriner of Wyoming, and Presi-
dent-elect Jackie Pierce of Illinois.
Governor Riley and the First Lady
gave a welcome from Alabama.
Representing Macclenny were
Olga Carr, Cheryl Lunn, JoAnn
Huk, Frances Frost and Mary
Finley.


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One of the greatest gifts God
gave to His human creation was
free will. It makes us unique. We
are not a bunch of puppets being
yanked about with strings, and the
decisions we make aren't con-
:trolled by the gods.
That being said, free will is also
one of the most difficult aspects of
our being.
We are probably accustomed to
thinking of free will as choices
available when confronted by neg-
ative temptations. Should I take
that drink or not? Should I flirt
with that married man or not?
Should I slip that candy bar in my
pocket instead of paying for it?
God doesn't keep us from answer-
ing "yes" to any of these.
We might also be accustomed
to thinking of it in the basic Christ-
ian sense: will I accept Jesus as
my Lord and Savior? This is often
the focus of sermons on free will.
We are given the choice and God
doesn't make it for us.
Beyond the fundamental choice
of becoming a Christian and the
choices concerning the occasional
negative temptations, free will is
involved in every moment of our
Christian lives, and plays its great-
est role in how close we come to
God.
Christians are very busy people
and have many demands on their-
lives. As a result they often believe
there isn't time for anything else.
They say things like, "I can't be
there every time the church doors
are open!" "I know I should read
my Bible more, but I don't know
where I'd fit it in." "I'd like to
spend more time with the Lord,
but something al\% a s seems to get
in the \\3\."
\\c foretr it really\ is all about
free -will.and the choice's we-make.
Adjusting our schedules so there is
time for God in our lives and the
lies of our families is a choice.
God will not make it.happen.
Too many of us have bought in-
to the idea that our work is the.
most important aspect of our lives,
so it takes center stage. Without it
we won't have the money we need
to provide for our needs and the
:future of our children, so we struc-
ture the rest of our lives around it.
The.future of our children
comes next. We want to make sure
they have every opportunity to get
all the positive experience they
can. We enroll them in sports,
dance, drama, cheerleading. We


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effect at O. Wildlife Refuge (NWR). These
hours will remain in effect until
March 1 when summer hours re-

Okefenokee NWR is open
every day of the year except
Christmas Day. The main entrance
gate at the East entrance (Folks-
ton) opens one-half hour before
sunrise and closes at 5:30 pm.
Visitors can enter Swamp Island
Drive until 4:00 pm and must exit
no later than 5:00 pm. All day-use
boats must be off the water by
4:00 pm.
Okefenokee Adventures is open
one-half hour before sunrise to
5:30 pm. The Refuge Visitor Cen-
ter remains open from 9:00 am
until 5:00 pm. Kingfisher Landing
is open one-half hour before sun-
rise to sunset.
The main entrance gate at the
West entrance (Fargo) and the
Suwannee Sill open one-half hour
before sunrise and close at 7:00
pm. The Stephen C. Foster State
Park entrance gate is open from
7:00 am to 7:00 pm. State Park
Office hours are 8:00 am to 5:00
pm and the Interpretive Center
hours are 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.
I For more information, contact
the Okefenokee NWR Visitor
Center at (912) 496-7836.


buy them computers, games, and
whatever else will keep them mo-
tivated, active and growing. We
spend their growing up years shut-
tling them from one activity to an-
other and our non-work time at-
tending all of their various activi-
ties..
And then, of course, there are
those daily chores the yard work,
the cleaning, the cooking, etc.
There just aren't enough hours in
the day and our relationship with
God is only as close as these de-
mands allow.
But all of it is a choice. What.
would happen if you chose to put
God and your relationship with
Him first before the job, the kids,
the chores? Do you think every-
thing else would suffer?
Not according to Jesus, "There-
fore do not be anxious, saying
'What shall we eat?' or 'What
shall we drink?' or 'What shall we
wear?' For the Gentiles seek all
these things; and your heavenly
Father knows that youth need them
all. But seek first his kingdom and
his righteousness, and all these
things shall be yours as well."
(Matthew 6:31-33, RSV)

Methodist bazaar

on November 5th
The women of the Baldwin
First United-Methodist Church
will be hosting their annual fall
bazaar on November 5 from 9:00
am until 2:30 pm.,
The church is located at 51 S.
Chestnut Street in Baldwin, adja-
cent to the City Hall building on
U.S. 90. Proceeds of this fund rais-
er are designated to the upkeep of
the church parsonage.
There will be baked goods, craft
items and BBQ dinners to go.
Dinners will consist of chicken or
ribs.





REGISTRATION OF FICTITIOUS NAMES
We Ihe undersigned being duly sworn. do
hereby declare under cain nal ine names o1 all
persons interested in the business or profession
carried on under the name of Allbrlght Contract-
ing whose principle place of business is: 104 E.
Macclenny Ave., Macclenny, FL 32063 and the
extent of the interest of each is as follows:
NAME EXTENT OF INTEREST
Tom Allbright 70%
Patrick Hodges 30%
Tom Allbright
Patrick Hodges
Signatures
STATE OF FLORIDA
COUNTY OF BAKER
Sworn to and subscribed before me this 27th
day of October, 2005.
Al Fraser
Clerk of Courts
Baker County, Florida
By Jamie Crews
As Deputy Clerk
11/3p
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA.
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE NO.: 02-2005-CA-0126
BAKER DEVELOPMENT GROUP, INC.
Plantiffs,
vs.
MARY LOUISE THOMAS a&la MARY
LOUISE BURTON ai/wa MAR'i' LOUISE THOMP.
SON and PROSPERITY TRUST. BAKER COUN.
TY. MARGARET HELMS, and THEREON
HELMS,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: MARY LOUISE THOMAS,.
a/k/a MARY LOUISE BURTON,
a/k/a MARY LOUISE THOMPSON
YOU ARE NOTIFIED thal a verified mongage
foreclosure complaint on Ine following property in
Baker County, Florida
Lot 4, Hollow Ridge Heights, a platted sub-
division according to Plat thereof recorded In
Plat Book 2, Page 102 of the public records of
Baker County, Florida.
has been filed against you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your written defenses, if
any, to it on Frank E. Maloney, Jr., PA., attorney,
whose address is 445 East Macclenny Avenue,
Macclenny, Florida 32063; (904) 259-3155, with-
in thirty (30) days after the first publication of the
notice and on or before the 28th day of Novem-
ber; 2005, and to file the original with the clerk of
this court either before service on Frank E. Mal-
. oney, Jr., P.A., attorney or immediately thereafter;
otherwise 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 25th day of October, 2005.


Al FraSer
Clerk of Courts '
by Janlie Crews
as Deputy Clerk,


10.27-11/17c


HIGGINBOTHAM'S TOWING & RECOVERY
PO. BOX 1120, US 90 WEST
GLEN ST. MARY, FL 32040-1120
Phone (904) 259-4375 FAX (904) 259-6146
The following vehicles will be sold at public
auction November 18 at 10:00 am, at Higginboth-
am's Towing & Recovery, US 90 West, Glen St.
Mary, FL 32040.
1997 Chevrolet van
VIN# 1GNDX03EXVD136809
1988 Chevrolet four door
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NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
The BaiE-r : :unty District School Board will
1h,-u Ir.0 E i.,i.:,.,.-.g public hearing on Monday, No-
..- vember,7, 2005, in mre Disirci Sc:nool Board
Meeting Room located at 270 Soutn Boui..ard
Easti Maclienny 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
Superintendent of Schools
9/29-11/3c
ST. JOHNS RIVER.WATER MANAGEMENT
DISTRICT
NOTICE OF INTENT TO AMEND/ADOPT
RULES
The St. Johns River Water Management Dis-
trict (District gives notice of its intent to amend or
adopt rules addressing the following:
WATER WELL PERMIT DELEGATION
AGREEMENT
The District implements.its duties and respon-
sibilities under Part IIl, Chapter 373, Florida
Statutes and those responsibilities delegated to it
by the Department of Environmental Protection.
relative to regulating the location, construction, re-
pair, or abandonment of wells and the licensing of
water well contractors. In order to achieve com-
plete regulation of all wells in the most efficient
manner, the District proposes to delegate its au-
thority to regulate certain wells below the thresh-
olds established in Chapter 40C-3.051, Florida
Administrative Code, to the Health Department of
Baker County for that portion of the'county within
the District. The delegation does not include the
regulation of any well within an area delineated
pursuant to Chapter 62-524, Florida Administra-
tive Code. This rule incorporates the delegation
agreement between the District and the Health
Department of Baker County. Upon mne etrec..e
dale ol in~s rule. the delegation agreement will be-
come etlecie as well
The specific rule section that will be changed.
is: 40C-3.035, F.A.C.
The above listed rule will be adopted (filed
with the Department of State) no sooner than 14
days following publication of this notice and will be,
effective 20 days after filing. This notice is only a
summary of the foregoing rule; a copy of the com-
plete text of the rule may be obtained by writing:
Norma Messer, Roles Coordinator, St. Johns Riv-
er Wafer Management District, 4049 Reid Street,
Palatka, Florida 32177-2529, email nmesser@sjr-
wmd.com, or by visiting the District's website at
www.sjrwmd.com.
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING BY THE
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA
Notice is hereby given that the Board of
County Commissioners of Baker County, Florida,
will conduct a public hearing and adoption of the
proposed Ordinance whose title herein after ap-
pears, on November 21, 2005, commencing at
6:00 pm, at 55 North Third Street, Macclenny,
Florida. A copy of the proposed ordinance may be
inspected by any member of the public at the of-
fice of the Clerk of the Circuit Court in the. Baker
County Courthouse in Macclenny, Florida. On the
date above mentioned, all interested parties may
appear and be heard with respect to this pro:
posed Ordinance.
Ordinance 2005
An ordinance of the Board of County
Commissioners of Baker County, Flori-
da, providing for public school Impact
fees, Including provisions for findings;
definitions; purposes; Imposition of
fees, applicability and exemptions;
computations of fees through a fee
schedule; periodic review of fee
schedule; payment of fees; penalties,
interest and liens relating to unpaid
fees; credits; impact fee special funds;
use of funds; refund of fees; adoption
of impact fee study supporting fees;
providing for severability; ard provid-
ing an effective date.
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Delsie Blevins,
Kentucky native
- Delsie Blevins, 65, of Jack-
sonville died on Tuesday, Nov-
ember 1 at Memorial Medical
Center. She was born September
20, 1940 in Harlan, Ky. to the late
Asher and Nancy Napier Wynn.
Ms. Blevins was a Baptist; she
enjoyed cooking, sewing and
crafting. She was a cook at
Moosehaven in Orange Park for
six years.
She is survived by children
Daphne Lynn Blevins-Cannon of
Jacksonville and Gregory Lee B
levins of Macclenny; four broth-
ers, four sisters and three grand-
children.
A memorial service will be
scheduled at a later date. Arrange-
ments by Fraser-Ferreira Funeral
Services, Macclenny.

Alen Harrell,Jr.
dies October 28
Allen Henry Harrell Jr., 61, of
Jacksonville died October 28,
2005 at Shands Medical Center in
Jacksonville. He was born Sep-
tember 6, 1944 in Jacksonville.
He was predeceased by parents
Allen Henry and Vina Spivey
Harrell, Sr. Survivors include son
Allen Edward Harrell (Kimberly);
daughter Cheryl Sievwright (Den-
nis); brother Billy Harrell and
James Harrell; sister Christine
Harrell; six grandchildren and one
great-grandson.
Arrangements were made by
Fraser-Ferreira Funeral Services of
Macclenny.
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Sunday School 10:00 a
Sunday ominS Se:ie 11:00 am
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Tim Kennedy,

was carpenter
Timothy Stephen Kennedy died
October 28, 2005. He was born on
October 8, 1956 in Jacksonville
and was a life-long resident of
Jacksonville. Mr. Kennedy loved
to write music, play his guitar and
loved fishing.
He was an expert carpenter and
built a cradle that was used by his
nieces and nephews. Mr. Kennedy
also built a 30-foot seaworthy boat
and his family's home and a work-
shop.
Survivors include wife Nancy;
step-daughter Christie; step-son
Jimmie.(Christina); parents Peggy
and R.B.; brothers Kenneth (Cin-
dy) and John (Penny); twin sisters,
Sandra and Susan; seven nieces
and nephews
The family will receive friends
from 5:00-7:00 pm on Wednesday,
November 2 at the funeral home.
A service is scheduled for Nov-
ember 3 at 2:00 pm at Hardage-
Giddens Funeral Home in Jack-
sonville Beach.
In Memory
of my son
Jimmy Hogge
On his birthday, November 7
It's been three years, November 2,
2005 since you've been gone.
LOVE AND MISS YOU, FROM MOM

Happy Birthday
to
Ken
November 2, 2005
FROM LAVERNE

Sanderson
Congregational
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 Serv 7:30 pm
-T Pastor: Oral E. Lyons


New River NC Methodist Church
Located on Highway 125 in Union County

GOSPEL SING & FISH FRY
Saturday, November 5
Meal served at 5:30 pm, Singing at 7:00 pm
Featured Group: Rushing Wind & Local Singers
Everyone is invited to come and enjoy an evening of fellowship and blessings.
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Mignon Mathis
dies October 27
Mignon C. Mathis, 61, of Glen
St. Mary died October 27, 2005.
She was born on November 24,
1943 in Jacksonville and lived
there until she moved to Glen St.
Mary 10 months ago. She enjoyed
knitting, crocheting, cooking and
oil painting.
She was predeceased by parents
Francis Eugene and Migonnette
Spearing Carter; husband William
Richard Mathis. Survivors include
daughter Renee Carter (Rudy) of
Glen St. Mary; brothers Doug
(Kathy) and George Carter (Sha-
ron) of Jacksonville and Frankie
Carter (Fran) of Cocoa Beach,
Fla.; sister Maude Trasente of
Jacksonville.
A graveside funeral was held at
Woodlawn Cemetery on October
30 with Chaplin Tim McDaniel
officiating.. Fraser-Ferreira Funeral

Services of Macclenny was in
charge of arrangements.
Happy Birthday
to'
Roland Starling
11/1/1949
Words can't express how much we
love and miss you. No('nly on this day
but each and every day. A birthday
wish to you,
LOVE ALWAYS, ALANA, STEPHANIE,
BRAND, CHRIS AND KIRSTEN
St. James Episcopal.Church
Minnesota Ave-: Macclenpy, F! "-
259-7331
Sunday School 9:00 am
Sunday Service 10:00 am

First United
Methodist
Church
93 h. 5th St., Macclenny 259-3551
Sunday School: 10:60 am
Sunday Worship: 11:00 am
Sunday Youth: 6:00 pm
Wednesday Dinner: 5:45 pm
Wednesday Worship:6:15 pm
y John L. Hay, Jr., Pastor /


Carl Pellum, Sr.

dies on Tuesday
Carl Pellum Sr., 72, of Mac-
clenny died in his home on No-
vember 1, 2005. He was born on
July 28, 1933 in Macclenny and
lived in Baker County his entire
life. He enjoyed watching football
and the news channel. He worked
in the canteen at the Baker Correc-
tional Institution for 12 years. He
was a US Army veteran.
Mr. Pellum was pre-deceased
by parents George, Sr. and Ida
Mae Nipper Pellum. Survivors in-
clude children Chris Green (Nor-
man) of Macclenny, Melissa May
(Danny) of Glen St. Mary; Carl
Pellum Jr. of Macclenny, Carliss
Taylor (Lewis) of Jacksonville
Beach and Jackie Rhodes (Earl) of
Tampa, Fla.; brother George Pel-
lum, Jr. of Macclenny; sisters Dot-
sy McPherson (Scott) and Aline
Rhoden (Joe) of Macclenny and
Claudia Jean Brooks (Bobby) of
Baldwin; 13 grandchildren and 12
great-grandchildren.
A memorial service will be held
at 11:00 am on Friday, November
4 at V. Todd Ferreira Funeral Ser-
vices of Macclenny with Pastors
Timmy: and David Thomas ,offici-
ating.

Senior pageant
Emmanuel Church of God in
Christ will host the first annual
Senior Pageant on Saturday,
November 5 at 6:00 pm in the Ag
Center on 90.



'FAITH BIBLe

CHURCH
New Hope for the Community
Five Churches Road
Hwy. 127 Sanderson, FL
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Wed. Night Bible'Study 7:00 p.m.
Every 4 Sunday Night Service 7:00 pm.
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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 P.M.
Pastor Rev. Shannon Conner
North 6th Street Macclenny 259-3500








Glen Friendship Tabernacle
North Clinton Avenue in Glen St. Mary

November 13
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Dinner on the grounds No Sunday night service
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First Baptist Church
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CR 229 5.. Sanderson FL
Sunday School 10 am
Sun. Morning Worship 11 am
Sun. Evening Worship 6 pm
Wed. Eve. Bible Study 7 pm
Pastor Bob Christmas


Mt. Zion N.C.

Methodist Church
121 North 259-4461
Pastor Bobby Griffin

SundIy School 10 00 am
Sunday Morning Worship 11 I00 am
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Sunday School
Sunday AM Worship
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11:00 am
6:00 pm
7:00 pm


Pastor J.C. Lauramore Welcomes All

Come and magnify the Lord and worship with us
Glen Friendship Tabernacle
Clinton Ave. Glen St. Mary
SWJXR Radio Service Sunday 8:30 am
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Children's Church 11:30 am
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First Baptist Church
S GLEN ST. MARY, FLORIDA
S Sunday School 9:45 AM Sunday Morning Worship 11 AM
Sunday Evening Worship 6 PM
SB Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7 PM
S "A Beacon
to Baker Pastor Tim Patterson
County"' 259-6977
o u Perry Hays, Associate Pastor
SMichael D. Schatz, Associate Pastor
^^^^^

Senior Pastor
David Thomas
259-4940.;,


CHRISTIAN

FELLOWSHIP

TEMPLE
Independent Pentecostal Church
Seventh St. & Ohio Ave., Macclenny


Sunday School
Sunday Morning Worship
Sunday Evening Worship
Wednesday Night Service
RadioWJXR 92.1 Sunday


Youth Programs
Sunday School : 10:00 am
Common Ground Sunday 11,:00 am
Common Ground Wed. (Teens) 7:00 pm
God Kids:- Sunday. 11:00 am
God Kids Wednesday 7:00 pm


Associate Pastor
Tim Thomas
259-4575


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


* ouw tastor
Gary Crummey


www.christianfellowshiptemple.com


GOSPEL SING I


47 Saturday, Nov. 5th Jr
at the Red Barn at Willie Griffis residence
S Food will be served at 4:00 pm, Music starts at 5:00 pm ,
Come and enjoy good food & gospel singing with:

J Dave & Sherrie, New Gathering, j

Willing Servants, Greg Gainey, <

I Lori Harkey, John Croft, Eddie Croft!
Directions:From Sanderson 127 North, 4.miles to Willie Griffis Road, turn right J
at white board fence, cross:cattle gap, follow main road 1 mile to red barn.
'Bring Your Lawn Chair and a Dessert (if you wish)


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right to refuse advertising or any other material
which in the opinion of the oubli bherdoes not meet
standards of publication.
Country Boys Kwik Stop has fruitcake
mix'- the freshest & cheapest intown.
All your fishing & hunting needs -
ammo, license, bait & deer corn. Also,
available pay at pump gas. 259-2022.
10/27-12/15c
Handmade Christmas cards, any oc-
casion cards. Call Richelle 318-4993.
10/27-11/3p
Antique breakfront buffet, breakfront
china cabinet, buffet, all mahogany, can
be seen at Southern Charm. 259-4140.
12/9tfc
The Franklin Mercantile is now re-
open. Friday and Saturday 10:00 am-
5:00 pm at the railroad crossing in
Glen. 259-6040. 9/8tfc
Butterfly dining table with 6 chairs, very
ornate, fluted legs, rare; half round foyer
console. All pieces are mahogany
wood. Southern Charm. 259-4140.
2/3tfc
Artists! Oils, acrylics, water colors,
canvases, drawing pads and much
more! Tne Office Mart, 110 S. Fifth
Street. 259-3737. tfc
Firewdd- Greal deals 16-n oaR. Call
485-0797 or 588-6687. 11/3-24p
Two tanning beds, Pro 28LE 2F, Wolff
system, $5000 each OBO. 259-5252.
10/27-11/17p
Mahogany secretary, beautiful piece,
excellent condition. Southern Charm
259-4140. 12/9tfc
Good used appliances, 90 day money
back guarantee. 266-4717. 6/2-11/17
Seasoned split oak wood $50, short
wheel base level truck load. You haul
259-2104. 11/3-10p
Woodburning franklin stove, Scan-
dia, new grate, comes with pipes, $200;
metal frame daybed with new.inner-
spring, mattress & bedding, $100. 259-
8140.. 11/3c
1999 Stratos'fish/ski boat, excellent
condition, asking $14,000 OBO. 259-
9066. 11/3p:
Chipper/shredder, 10 HP, Tecumsch,
$250, will sell engine separate $200.
259-3618 after 5:00 pm Or 613-9233.
11/3p
Whirlpool refrigerator, like new, $300
OBO. 259-7949. 11/3p
Brand new entertainment center, re-
cently moved, purchased for $800, ask-
ing $400. 259-9066. 11/3p
Dog box, full size, double doors, all
steel, diamond plate top, $150. 259-
9625 after 5:30 pm. 11/3p


R Roger O

Raulerson

Well Drilling


2" & 4" Wells

Call Roger or Roger Dale

259-7531
Family Owned & Operated
S Licensed & Insured


Couch & wingback chair, 2 Queen Gwen's Handyman Service. 259- Busy construction office needs office
Anne end tables, 2- 3 drawer chest with 9128. 10/6-11/1 p personnel. Microsoft Excel, Word &
detachable upper book case, good con-' 'Quickbooks a must! Needs to have
edition, not yard sale furniture. 259-3618.' sound communication skills & a profes-
11 someone n the Glen St. Mary or Mac- sional presentation. Ability to multi task
clenny area to teach tatting. Call Fran at & work with accuracy a must. Fax re-
S259-8140. c sume to 904-275-3292 or call 275-4960.
ask for Hannah. 10/27-11/3p


1999 Neon, great sale, 72,0U0 miles, z
door, a/c, radio, $2795 cash. 259-2253.
10/27-11/3p
1985 Ford F150, 4WD, full size pickup
truck, decked out for hunting, excellent
condition. 275-2590. 10/27-11/3p
1996 Pontiac Gran Am GT, for quick
sale, 97,000 miles, power windows, ra-
dio/cassette/CD, 4 door, automatic, a/c,
tinted, power locks, $2450 cash. 259-
2253. 10/27-11/3p
1993 F1.50 XLT supercab, a/c,.
AM/FM/CD, good condition, best offer.
Call Gary Southard 259-1835. 11/3p
2004 Dodge Ram 1500, V6, automatic,
tinted windows, tool box, $10,900. 904-
219-4329. 11/3p
2000 Ford Windstar, loaded, power
side doors, 56,000 miles, asking $9000
OBO. Please call Nicole 259-4145 or
838-2028 cell. 11/3-10p
1994 Toyota Camry, $600 pBO. Call
Mike at 235-1111 or leave message at
275-2297. 11/3p
1977 Chevrolet Sllverado, extended
cab pickup, a/c, automatic, stereo, tool
box, runs good, $5500. 259-4573.11/3


Concealed Weapons Class, Novem-
ber 8th, 6:00-8:00 pm at Hole in the
Wall Gun Shop, $45; photography avail-
able $12. More information or to regis-
ter, call 259-6568. 10/27-11 3p
Satellite TV Service. We do Direct TV~
& Disn Network; monthly payments
starting at $29.99. 386-867-1488 or 1-
888-521-5693. 10/27-12/29p
Tree trimming removal and clean up.
Licensed and .nsured. 259-7968.
10/21tfc
Now accepting antique furniture on
consignment. Pieces have to be in good
condition. Call Karin at Southern Charm
259-4140. 2/13tfc
Will buy used lawn mowers in need of
repair. 275-3138. 11/3p
Piano lessons fast, new, easy way.
For adult ladies and children 6-12 years.
259-3013. 11/3-10p
E and S Lawn Service, same day free
estimates, guaranteed to save dollars
for you. 465-3841. 10/20-11/24p
Housecleaning honest, dependable,
reasonable rates, weekly or biweekly.
Call Wendy Miller at 259-7369 home or
904-477-1096 cell. 10/20-12/8p
Do you have a junk car or truck you
want hauled off or to sell? 259-7968.
4/22tfc

Driver- CDL A req/d

Home Every

Night & Weekend

Guaranteed



Average $888- $1018/wk

No Touch Freight

85% Preloaded/Pretarped

Sunday calls welcome

Jacksonville, FL Terminal

877-428-5627
www.ctdrivers.com.


Wanted: AKC German Shepherd male
for stud; also have AKC solid black Ger-
man Shepherd to stud. 627-6066.
10/27-11/3p
Min Pin puppies, 6 weeks old, regis-
tered CKC, 1 male, 1 female, $300.
259-8247 after 5:00 pm or leave mes-
sage. 11/3p
Yorkshire Terrier, 11 months, tan &
black female, has all papers (AKC) &
shots, she will be ready to breed in 5
months for the 1st time, $800 firm.
Please call 626-0408 or 653-1065.
11/3p
Dogs: all types from.puppies to adults.
Animal Control, $50 boarding fees will
apply. 259-6786. 11/20tfc

S IB icH


Found: Golden Retriever, no ID, found
in vicinity of 185 & Reynolds Bridge Rd.
912-843-2603. 11/3


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


Notice to readers:
The newspaper often publishes classified
aa.erising on sulbje:Cs like work-ai-home.
e.&jr, ,loss products, healthprooucis r ille''
tin neJvspaper' ire reastrTbl e discretion.ia-
deciding on publication of such ads: it takes
no responsibility as to the truthluiness 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-
itations. Remember: if it sounds too good
to be true, it probably is.-
The Baker County Press
Atlantic Trucking Co. is looking for
owner/operators, short & long haul,
$1.18 LD, $.98 MT. 1-800-844-2674
www.atltrucking.com. 11/3p

LA KE CITY'
"+ T CNNIIIY tllloBr

Senior Staff Assistant
needed within Teacher Preparation
Academy. Applicant needs
proficiency in Word, Excel; and
Microsoft Outlook. Requires high
school diploma, or its equivalent,
plus four years secretarial or
clerical experience.
Salary $22,692,00 annually,
plus'benefits.
Deadline for receiving applications:
November 15,2005 ,
College application required
Position details and application available
on the web at: www lakeciltcc edu
!, Inquiries: .,
Human Resource Development
149 SE College Place
Lake City, FL 32025
Phone: (386) 754-4314,
Fax: (386) 754-4594
E-mail: boettcherg@lakecitycc.edu
LCCC Is accredited by the Southern
Association of Colleges and Schools
VP/ADA/EA/EO College in Education &
Employment


TRUCK AND TRAILER MECHANICS NEEDED



PRITCHETT TRUCKING

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

Good benefits. Pay based on experience.

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

or call 1-800-486-7504


Experienced painters needed. Must
have tools. 259-5877. 12/30tfc
Seasonal postal jobs. 10 key opera-
tors & mail handlers needed for Christ-
mas season, 4-6 weeks, all shifts avail-
able. Great pay. Call 904-783-9403.
10/27-11/3c
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.
S10/13-12/296


Michael & Jonathan's Landscaping is
cookingg for a lawn service foreman, min-
imum 40 hours per week. Experience &
Florida driver's license required, salary
up to $10 per hour, paid holidays & va-
cations. 259-7388. 11/3p
Pier 6 Seafood now accepting applica-
tions for all positions. 259-6123.
10/6-11/10c
Part time with full :ime potential. Look-
ing for motivated, qualified person in
Baker and surrounding counties Expe-
rience in sales helpful. Reply with re-
sume and references to P.O. Box 598,
Macclenny, FL 32063. 6'2tfc
Local home health care agency seek
ing PRN registered nurse for local and
surrounding areas. Call 259-3111 for
details. 2,'24tfc
Carpenters needed. 259-3300.9,15tfc
If you are 55 years of age or older,
meet low income guidelines resident in
jColumbia or Baker Coupties, and wviuld
like to work, the Senior Community Ser-
vice Employment Program (SCSEP)
may be able to assist you For further in-
formation, contact Louise Griffith, Pro-
gram Assistant at 386-752-2577 ext.
4530, or Doris Cedar at 386-752-2577
ext. 4503. 10;27-11/13c
Installer needed at Professional Satel-
lite Connection, experience preferred
but willing to train, must have truck. Ap-
ply in person at 787 S 6th St., Mac-
clenny. 11/3c
Wendy's of Macclenny now hiring for
all crew & management positions. 259-
5297. 11/3-24c
Experienced hairdresser wanted to
rent station or work on commission. In-
quire at Styles by Susie or call 259-
2707. 11/3c


Thursday, Friday &
Saturday 8:30 am-
2:30 pm, 18649 CR
127 (Cuyler). Girl's &
boy's clothes, knick
knacks, toys, Little
Tykes, more.
Thursday & Friday
8:00 am-noon, Mac-
clenny Nursing & Re-
hab. All types of
items.
Friday 7:30 am-2:00
pm, corner of College
& Mclver. Lots of
great stuff. Huge
sale! Stop here first.
Multi families.
Friday 8:00 am-?, 77
Klein Rd.. Glen. Movi
sale.
Friday & Saturday 9:
am-?, Wnispenng Pine
Wells Rd. Lots of gir
clothes, many oth
items. 2 families.
Friday & Saturday 8:
am-3:00 pm, 229
across from Ray's Nu
ery road Winter clotnt
all ages. Huge 3 familii
Friday & Saturday 8:
am-?, 121 N. to E
Jones Rd., left, in fie
Good stuff. Hope to s
you.
Friday & Saturday 9:
am-5:00 pm, Geor
Taber Blvd in Glen, i:
at Ronie Foods, acre
,jrqin Firsi Bapt,
Chnurch. watch for sign
Friday & Saturday 8:
am-noon, 6080 Che
nut Rd, off Geor
Hodges Rd, by St
Store, follow signs. M
cellaneous items.
Friday & Saturday 8:
am-3:00 pm, Glenwoc
90 W to Nursery BlI
follow signs to big gre
house. Huge sale.
Saturday 8:00 am-
364 N 3rd St. HD 12"
cycle, CD player, do
es. etc. 2 families.


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Friday & Saturday 8:00
am-1:00 pm, 7349 W
Madison St., Glen.
Friday & Saturday 8:00
am-1:00 pm, 5625
Woodlawn Rd. 2 fami-
lies.
Saturday 8:00 am-3:00
pm, Cannon Heights
neighborhood sale, 121
N. to 23C to Oais
Yarborough Rd.. see
signs. Come Out & shop
& have a fun day. Lots of
good bargains. 20
homes.
Saturday 8:00 am-
noon, 365 N 4th St. Fu-
ton, dining room table,
baby items, clothes,
home decor, toys.
Saturday 8:00 am-?,
Hwy 139 at Margaretta.
Lots of stuff. Sweet
potato pie $6,'-airners
$5.
Saturday 8:00 am-?,
10020 N Lincoln Ave.,
Glen. Clothes, all sizes,
jean shirts, work pants,
desk, bar stools, chest,
curtains, garden tub -
used twice, microwave,
microwave stand, oak
entertainment center.
Saturday 8:00 am-3:00
pm, Road to Calvary
Church, corner Stoddard
& Madison, Glen. Lots of
stuff. Huge sale. Rain
cancels.


Saturday 8:00 am-
2:00 pm, 301 S. 5th
St. ADK Teachers
yard sale. All money
goes to scholarships.
Saturday 8:00 am-
noon, 6667 North 40
Circle. Girl's clothes,
size 5-7, boy's
clothes, size 2T-4,
some women's
clothes, toys, bikes,
stroller, household
items.
Saturday 8:00 am-
1:00 pm, 710 Long
Dr., road beside Fer-
reria Funeral home. Multi
family.
Saturday 8:00 am-?,
9695 Glenwood Dr.,
Glen. Baby, toddler &
children's items, like
new, etc. Huge sale.
Saturday 8:00 am-1:00
pm, 4504 Hickory St.,
Macclenny II. Women's
clothes 14/16 & up, girl's
clothes 10/12 & up,
household items, holiday
decorations, nick
knacks, sewing & craft-
ing supplies, toys, books,
much more.
Saturday 8:00 am-
noon, Jerry Circle off
Miltondale. Home decor,
toddler girl's clothes &
toys, microwave & com-
puter.
Saturday. 8:00 am-3:00
pm,643.7i Wodlawn Rd.
House plants, bicycle,
clothes, kitchen floors,
tote bags, gift items.
Saturday 8:00 am-3:00
pm, Midtown Center
parking lot, Railroad
Ave., behind WJXR bar-
gain radio. Midtown Day
Community Wide yard
sale. Stop by the Ivy Cot-
tage or call Kathleen at
994-5595 to make booth
reservations. A lee of $5
per booth will be charged
to help pay for advertis-
ing.


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Notice to Readers
Al real estate advertising in this newspaper is subject to the
Fair Housing Act which makes it illegal to advertise "any
preference, limitation or discrimination based on race, color,
religion, sex, handicap, familiar status or national origin, or
an intention, to make any such preference, limitation or dis-
crimination." Familial status includes children under the age
of 18 living with parents or legal custodians, pregnant
women and people securing custody of children under 18.
This newspaper will not knowingly accept any advertising for
real estate which is in violation of the law. Our readers are
hereby informed that all dwellings advertised in this newspa-
per are available on an equal opportunity basis. To complain
of discrimination, call HUD toll free at 1-800-669-9777. The
toll free telephone number for the hearing impaired is 1-800-
927-9275.
FSBO. 3 BR, 2 BA vinyl with brick ac-
cent, 2 car.garage, 12x24 patio, large
.fenced backyard, split floor plan, secu-
rity, surround sound, many custom up-
grades, $152,850. 259-8541 evenings
or 445-8862 day. 10/27-11/3p
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
4 BR, 2 BA, 3200 sq. ft. on 2 acres, in-
ground pool, separate workshop, 6996
Bob Kirkland Rd., $285,000. 904-866-
0829. 11/3-10Op
8.18 acres, zoned agricultural, off Mud-
lake & Mallie Davis Rds. Wonderful
neighbor, ready to move your mobile
home on, with well, septic & light pole,
$120,000. 259-3763. 11/3-11/17p
3'/2 acres waterfront, Little St. Mary's
River, Florida side, $59,500 firm. 259-



Professional office space available at
122 S. 6th St., Macclenny, $550 per
month includes utilities. Going fast.
Please call 219-4225 or 591-2840.
10/20-11/10p
2 BR, 2 BA mobile home, no smoking,
no pets, $575 per month, 1st & last &
$300 'deposit. Call after 5:00 pm 259-
3578. 11/3p
3 BR, 2 BA doublewide in Georgia
Bend, $550 per month plus $400 de-
.posit. 777-8880. 10/27-11/3p
Taylor area. Rent/or lease option to
buy, very nice 3.BR, 2 BA mobile home
on 2.7 acres, 1st, last & security, $750
per month, no inside pets. Call Lisa at
386-793-9933. 11/3-1 Op


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. 9/15tfc
2-3 BR mobile homes, no pets, lawn
maintenance & water included. Rent
from $425-$600 per month. 10 minutes
north of Macclenny. 912-843-8118.
10/13tfc
3 BR, 2 BA mobile home on 1 acre on
125 & Mudlake Rd., no inside pets, $700
per month, 1st, last & $300 deposit. 259-
9066. 11/3p
2 BR, 1 BA apartment, large living
room, kitchen with bar, newly built, brick,
very nice, $600 per month, no pets. 259-
4690 or 904-861-8008. 11/3p
3 BR, 1'/2 BA brick home, $750 per
month, $600 security deposit, no pets,
18 month lease, 713 Long Dr., Mac-
clenny. 259-9797. 11/3tfc
2 BR house on 21/2 acres in St. George
area, water, sewer & garbage included,
no pets, references/lease required,
$575 per month, $500 deposit. 904-334-
8581. 11/3p

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Ag enterprise sessions


BY MIKE SWEAT
County Extension Director
A series of agricultural en-
terprise workshops for north
Florida will be held on Wednes-
day, November 9 from 8:00 am to
2:15 pm at the UF/IFAS North
Florida Research Center in Suw-
annee Valley located on CR 136
East of Live Oak.
The event will begin with four
75-minute workshops on various
topics of your choice. Lunch will















Perry Sheet

Metal Inc.

Darrell G. Perry Jr.
7061 Fred Perry Rd.,
Glen St. Mary


591-7851cei.

259-1252


Metal Roofing Sales
Roof & Gutter Maintenance
Vinyl Siding, Soffit & Fascia
Sheet Metal Fabrication


be at noon. Participants can choose
from nine workshops.
Restricted applicator pesticide
continuing education credits
(CEUs) will be awarded for each
workshop. The registration fee is
$10 which includes: meal, booklet,
refreshments and other materials.
Pre-register by calling the
Baker County 'Extension office at.
259-3520 or the North Florida
REC at 386-362-1725. A complete
copy of the program and all work-
shop activities can be obtained by
calling the Extension Office or by
visiting the Baker County
Extension Website at baker.ifas.-
ufl.edu.


THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS Thursday, November 3, 2005 Page Twelve



Macclenny Amoco


CARTON
MARLBORO $1 99 KINGCOBRA $
Blend 27 & Menthols 1 $ 1

Marlboros $2.79 pk lf Milk Natural Light
Doral $19.99 ctn F ?f, tfl '
305s $12.99 ctn $4.99
Newport $23.99 ctn 12 PK.

MARLBOROS $2.79/PK
Sunda.7 am- ;9 o- o 9 "n.-a. 6 am-. 10 i o Z_


H 20 PRESSURE
WASHING
Homes mobile homes campers *
RVs
Heavy equipmen'I; driveways
sidewalks
No job too small
Free estimate
904-891-3156
John.Howell II
9/29-11/3p
A&R ROOFING, INC.
New roofs Roof repairs
Roof replacement
Free estimates
259-7892
9/9tfc
QUALITY PRESSURE
WASHING
We clean almost anything
Porches ~ patios ~ driveways
Homes out buildings
378-1369
259-3515
11/3-10p


E&S LAWN SE
Same day free est
Light bush hog press
Guaranteed to save doll
465-3841

ANGEL AQUA
Water softeners I ro


sales Rentals Service
WATER TESTING
Total water softener supply
Salt delivery
Financing available ~
JOHN HOBBS
797 S. 6th Street, Macclen
259-6672

TILE SERVICE
New & repair work
259-2192
10/2
PEACOCK PAINT
INC.
Professional painting
Pressure washing
Interior exterior
Residential commercial
Fully insured Locally ow
25 years experience
259-5877


RVICE
timate


DESIGN ALTERNATIVES
260-8153
Custom house plans
to \our specification; .
Qualified Good references
4/30tfc
WADE'S TRACTOR
WORKS, INC.
Finish grading Dirt leveling
Mowing ~ Culverts
'Slag dri su '.
259-3691
Licensed and Insured
9/1-3/2/u6p


CANADAY
CONSTRUCTION/
CANADAY TRUCKING
Complete site and
Underground utility contractor
Land clearing,
We sell dirt and slag
Mitch Canaday, Jr.
259-1242
904-219-8094
CU-C057126 6/23-12/29p


r .a.sh New to Baker County
ire washingg WELL WATER PUMP
ars for you!
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BISHOP TAKES NIGHT


Cats still winless


BY MICHAEL RINKER
Press Sports
Just when Baker County foot-
ball fans thought it couldn't get
any worse, it did.
Although the Wildcats hadn't
won a game all season, their loss
at Bishop Kenny Friday was as
gut-wrenching as it gets.
Bad enough apparently to con-
tribute to Coach Carl West's res-
ignation Monday. (See page one
for that story.)
The Cats are 0-9 heading into
their final game Friday against
Fernandina Beach, Baker High's
homecoming game..
The Cats came out at Bishop
Kenny looking like a whole dif-
ferent team. They took it to the
Crusaders on offense, and shut
them down on defense as they ran
to an 18-3 lead at the half.
But Bishop Kenny dominated.
the third quarter, surging to a 23-:
18 lead.
The Cats, however, absorbed,
the blows aid began to counter-"
punch. They scored twice in the
fourth quarter to go up 30-23 with
just 1:25 left in the game.
The Crusaders, led by quarter-
back Mike Stukel, drove for the
tying score with 22 seconds on
the clock.
They then scored a touchdown
in the first overtime, but Baker re-
sponded in kind.
However, the Cats failed to
score on their possession in the
second overtime, setting up a 27-
yard, game-winning field goal by
Bishop Kenny kicker Matt Eller.
Ironically, the Wildcats lost in
double overtime at Bishop Kenny
two years ago, West said.
The coach blamed himself for
Friday's loss, saying a strategic
lapse on his part cost his team the
game.
With 1:55 left, the Cats led 24-
23 when they stopped the Cru-
saders on fourth and four, and
took over on their own 34.
After a short gain on first
down, Lucious Lee broke a 55-
yard run to the.Bishop Kenny 11.
There was 1:37 left.
Two plays and 12 seconds lat-
er, Lee punched it in from the
nine.
The touchdown put the Cats up
30-23, but a bad snap led to a
missed extra point.
The Crusaders had 1:25 to dri-
ve for the tying score, which they
did.
WWe'st said he should have run
down the clock instead of trying
to score.
"'I kinda got wrapped up in the
game," he said. "In hindsight, we.
should have taken a knee.
"I think they let,us score."-
The Cats took the field Friday
without five key players, includ-
ing starting wide receiver Gary
Dugger and Dante Johnson, an
impact player on both sides of the
ball.


after


double


overtime loss to Crusaders


West had suspended them for
violating team rules.
In their absence, Baker got big
contributions from Lee, quarter-
back Carlos Holton and Andrew
Bowman, an offensive/defensive
lineman who had an interception
and caught a touchdown pass. He
also pinned the Crusaders on their
one-yard linewith a 65-yard punt
that led to a safety.
Lee, in addition to his 55-yard
run that set up his touchdown near
the end of the game, rushed for
three other
scores, in-
cluding an
86-yarder
just four
minutes in-
to the game
and a one-
yard plunge i"
in the first
overtime.
The last
three of his ;'
touchdowns
were credit-
ed to anoth-
er player,
but West
said Lee
was wear-
ing another
jersey be-
cause his
had torn.
Holton
played well
in the first
half, but
was injured A Crusader (64) grabs
Swas injured
and unable
to play in the second. He passed
for one touchdown, scored a two-
point conversion and passed for
:another.
Lee's long touchdown was the
only score in the first quarter,


which ended with Baker leading
8-0.
Bowman's interception at the
goal line stopped a Bishop Kenny
drive, but the Crusaders got the
: ball back on a fumble at the Cats
30 a few plays later. ..
The defense held, but Eller put
three on the board for Kenny.
The Cats took the ensuing
kickoff down the field, highlight-
ed by a 51-Nard run by Lee to the
Kenny one. A penalty pushed the
ball back five yards, but Holion


i this fumble before Jonathan Trippert can.

connected with Bowman for the
touchdown' on the next play.
Holton then threw to Chris Crews
for the two-point conversion.
The score was 16-3 with about
three minutes left in the half.


A short kickoff gave the Cru-
saders possession at their 46, but
they turned the ball over on an in-
terception.
The Cats, however, were un-
able to move the ball, despite an
outstanding play by Holton, who
completed a third-down pass
while a defender was pulling him
to the ground.
On fourth and five from the 34,
Bowman's punt hit and rolled to
the Kenny one yard line.
On the Crusaders' first play the
Cats' defense recorded a safety
with about a minute to go in the
half, putting them up 18-3.
Bishop Kenny took the second
half kickoff down the field and
scored on a 12-yard pass just 2:47
into the third quarter. The drive
was highlighted by Stukel's 17-
yard scramble.
Stukelr, 'h6 accounted for 332
total yards, ran for two touch-
downs and threw for three more.
With Craig Yarborough under
center, the Cats got a couple of
first downs on their next drive, but
had to give up the ball.
After one of his blockers
backed into his path, Bowman's
punt traveled just three yards to
the Crusaders' 45.
On the next play, Stukel scram-
bled from one side of the field to.
the other, then threw against his
body to complete the pass. Two of
his receivers were standing near
each other one caught the pass
and ran about 40 yards down the
sideline for a touchdown after the
Cats' defenders tackled the wrong
guy.
The extra point closed the gap.
to 18-16 with 4:35 left in the third
quarter.
The Cats had to punt when

(see page fifteen)


SPORTS



Rams stymie Stelers

behind Boone 's 4TDs


Led by Michael Boone's four
. touchdowns, the Rams capitalized
on two Steelers' turnovers to take'
. a 25-13 victory in youth football
action October 29 at Memorial
Field.
S Boone ran for 106 yards and
scored two rushing touchdowns
on runs of 52 yards and 44 yards.
He also scored on an 84-yard
.punt return and a 52-yard inter-
ception return.
On defense, he recovered a
fumble and had two tackles.
Derek King scored the only ex-
tra point for the Rams. He also
had an interception and six tack-:
les .. ;
Also on the defensive side of
the ball, James Chadwick and
Trey Sapp had seven tackles each.
Thomas Owen had four and
Austin Sunday three. Paul Myers
and Joel Mathis contributed two
tackles apiece.
For the Steelers, three players
combined for more than 180
yards on the ground.
Jonathon Lamb had six carries
for 68 yards and an eight-yard
touchdown. Jacob Darbie ran 13
times for 55 yards and scored a
23-yard touchdown. Carl Jeffer-
son had six carries for 30 yards.
Joshua Allen scored the only
extra point for the Steelers.
On defense, Jefferson had six
tackles, Lamb three. Darbie and
Hunter Dugger each had two
tackles. Landon Mitchell. Jarett
Turner and Evan Lysaght had one
apiece. '
In special teams action, Mason
Sweat recovered a fumble and
had an interception. Caleb Caroll
had a pick and Allen had a fumble
recovery.
In other games on Saturday, the
Titans drove the Jaguars 30-0 and
the Cowboys grounded the Eagles
25-7 in-the-pee-wee division.
In the middle division, the Jets
clinched the championship over
the Broncos 28-6. (See related
story.)
In the standings, the Titans still
reign supreme at 5-0, the Cow-
boys are 4-1, Jaguars drop to 1-4
and Eagles stay at 0-5. The
Vikings and Bucs remain at 3-1'
and 1-3.
In the middle division, the Jets
are 7-0, the Broncos 4-3, the
Rams 3-4 and Steelers 0-7.
On Halloween night, the Fal-
cons nearly marred the 49er's per-
fect season.,
The Niners had to buckle down
and to pull out a 19-12 win.
For the 49ers on offense; Corey
Mercer had an amazing night with
24 carries for 202 yards, including
touchdown runs of 22 and three
yards.
Gabriel Powers had two carries


S':foi 3 yards and a one-yard touch-
down.' .
S Quarterback Jared Lee com-
pleted two of five passes for eight
Yards. He also ran for three yards.
Robert Riggs caught an extra
point pass from Lee.
On defense, Mercer and Alex
Kingbird led the team with seven
Tackles each. Powers had six,
.:Brandon Tuteh and Robert Riggs
had five tackles each. Lee had
fbur and Wade Hodges three.
Cody Hutson, Devante Brown
and Matthew Scott each had two
tackles.
S On offense for the Falcons, De-
Sontay Farmer gained 113 yards on
nine carries, including scoring
runs of 40 yards and 54 yards.



S iu n title.


The undefeated Jets
clinched the Youth Foot-
ball League Middle Div
sion Championahip
Sber 29.by defeating thS
:Broncos 28-6..
After just seven, wee4
of play, the nearest teaniih:,
the championship was th,:
Broncos at 4-3. "
; There are two weeks
left in the regular season -,'
The Jets, coached by
SRoland Gaskijs, Damoni
Lee and Chris.Johnson'
consists of J.T. Sweat,
.Rasheem Gaskins, JarreJd
'Wash, Brandon Soyringp:V
Austin Manning, Skylei-
Lane, Dylan Manning,
Thormas Rollins, Cpor..
Craig, Hawk Forbei Vi
Sapp; D.J. Parker, Kyle.
arron, Rrandonr nmh-b, :
Tyler Phagan, Curtis-
Thompson. Matt Carter,
Tommy Rollins, Shane''
Johnson and Falon Lee.

Justin Beck had eight carries for
34 yards.
Justin Davis completed a 16-
yard pass and rushed for 10 yards
on five carries.
On defense, Jordan Taylor had,
nine tackles. Dalton Harris,
Davis, Trey Mosley and Roland
Gaskins each had five. Rickie
Tharpe and Beck had four, Bran-
don Cole three and Mitchell Hol-
land two.
The senior league season con-
tinues to be exciting with two un-
defeated teams the Niners and
the Patriots. The Falcons are 2-3
the Redskins 1-4, the Colts 1-4
and the Dolphins 0-5.


Search r Wests successor begins next week
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(from page one).
"He's hurting the kids," said
Ryan Fraser, whose son Gar Fras-
er was one of the players kicked
off the team.
"You can't bring those games
back. It hurts the kids who are try-
ing to get scholarships to college.
It hurts the team and it hurts the
school."
Ryan Fraser was a scholarship
football player at the University
of Florida after graduating from
Baker High.
Gar Fraser was involved in an
altercation with a teammate after
the game, which led West to kick
him off the team.
Gary Dugger, who set a school
record for receiving last year and
is among the top pass catchers in
Northeast Florida this season, also
was dismissed after an incident
with an assistant coach on the
sidelines during the game.
Neither player was in uniform
due to disciplinary action.
"It became so important for
him to maintain his 'principles'
that he lost sight of the team's
goals," Ryan Fraser said.
For the Bishop Kenny game,
West suspended five players, in-,
cluding Dugger and Gar Fraser,/


who were either starters or got
significant playing time.
Citing privacy concerns, nei-
ther West nor Crawford would di-
Svulge details of any disciplinary
actions.
West said he and Fraser:were
teammates in high school and
have had numerous conversations
about disciplinary issues.
"I thought we agreed to dis-
agree," he said.
After Ryan Fraser met with
Principal, Crawford, both boys
were reinstated for Friday's
homecoming game against Fer-
nandina Beach, although they will
be benched for the first half.
IThe reversal of his disciplinary
action had nothing to do with
West's decision to resign, accord-
ing to both the coach and the prin-
cipal.
I Crawford said he talked with
West Monday morning about his
resignation, then met with Ryan
Fraser that afternoon.
"I asked coach West if it was a
decision he'd reached today or if
he had considered it previously.
He said yes he had," Crawford
said.
"I can state. with clear confi-
dence that it was not just one inci-
dent."


There were others in Baker
County who have criticized to
The Press, to Crawford and others
West's coaching.
"I have defended Coach West .
and what he's done at this high
school," Crawford said. "I guess
Sit's human nature... one down
year and some people forget about
the good things.'"
He said Coach West was under
no pressure from school officials
to resign.
West told his coaching staff,
then the players, of his decision
just before practice began.
Assistant coach Franklin Griff-
is said he and the others were
shocked and disappointed by the
resignation.
McDonald, who played foot-
ball at Baker High and Jack-
sonville University, accepted the
interim head coaching assign-
ment, but told Crawford he would
not seek the permanent position,
saying he needs more experience
before making the move to head
coach.
S"He knows that putting togeth-
er a game plan for one week is
much different than putting a pro-
gram together," Crawford said.
It's likely the next coach will
come from Florida because candi-


dates who have worked in the
state's education system would
maintain their time toward em-
ploiment and retirement benefits.
"Next week we'll begin to ad-
dress the process of how we'll go
forward," Crawford said. "We
would love to have someone in
place by spring football."
Athletic director Melody Cog-
gin will assist him in the search,
which will use internet and pro-
fessional contacts.
Crawford said he'd prefer
'someone with head coaching ex-
perience, but won't rule out other-
wise qualified candidates.
Afterhe chooses one, he'll
make a recommendation to Su-
perintendent Barton, who will
present it to the school board for
approval.
West, when asked about his fu-
ture, said he'll finish the remain-
'der of the school year teaching
weight training at the high school
and coaching girls' bowling.
"In the process, I'll pray about
it."
He also said he'll devote a lot
of time to the Baker County
Youth Hope Center,'which he
founded to help keep kids off the
street and on the straight and nar-
row.


For now, he won't be looking
for another coaching job, al-
though he added, "I'm not going
to say I'll never coach again."
Before taking the job at Baker
High,' he coached at Baldwin
High School.
In West's letter of resignation,
he thanked Barton, Crawford, for-
mer Principal Mike McCaskill
and former BCHS Athletic Direc-
tor Bobby Harrison for hiring,
him.
He also thanked his coaches
and players, as well as Coggin.
"I would like to apologize to


my senior players for a disap-
pointing season," he wrote. "It has
always been my goal to teach my
players how to be winners in life
and not just on the playing field."'.
Speaking on Tuesday, he cited
Principal Crawford's support of
the program.
He also talked about how hon-
ored he was to' coach at his alma
mater, how there are advantages
.and disadvantages to doing so.
West also said he won t change
the way he coaches, then added,
"I believe a coach should pro-
duce. Our motto was 'No Excus-


; : i : Andrew Bowman puts pressure on Crusaders'quarterback Mike Stukel.


Jonathon Lamb passes to Jacob Darbie.





THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS Thursday, November 3, 2005 Page Fifteen


WILDCATS vs. BISHOP KENNY
October 28 Jacksonville


Sterling West rushes the quarterback.


Quarterback Craig Yarborough surveys the defense.


Eugene Murriell takes handoff
as Lucious Lee looks.to block.


Crusader lands on Eugene Murriell.


Sterling West
(on the turf)
and Jamal Lee
bring down
Kenny runner.


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Matt Eller kicks
game-winner
for Kenny in
overtime.


Jonathan Trippett turns upfield.


Bishop takes night


(from page fourteen)
they were unable to generate any
offense on their next possession.
Stukel then broke off a 67-yard
touchdown run. The extra point
was good, and Bishop Kenny led
for the first time, 23-18.
With Sterling West at quarter-
back, the Cats suffered another
aborted offensive series and had to
punt as the fourth quarter began,
Two plays later, however, the
Cats recovered a Crusaders' fum-
ble at their 48.
This time Baker's ground game
came to life again, driving for a
touchdown; The key plays were a
27-yard run by Eugene Murriell
and a fourth-and-one conversion at
the Kenny 10.
Lee covered the last ten yards
on two runs, scoring on a one-yard.
plunge to put the Cats back on top,
24-23 after the missed extra point.
Baker's defense then asserted
itself, forcing the Crusaders into a
three and out.
The Cats were unable to move
the ball and punted with 3:30 left
in the game.
Stukel gained big yardage on
the subsequent drive, but penalties
negated most of it, leaving KennN
with a fourth and four at the Baker
33.
The defense got good pressure
on Stukel, who slipped three tack-
les but was stopped short of the
first down.
From there came the controver-
sial drive during which the Cats


scored too quickly.
, With the score 30-23 and 1:25
to go, Bishop Kenny returned the
ensuing kickoff 16 yards to its 36.
Under hea y pressure from the
Cats' defense, Stukel completed
passes of 11, 22 and 24.
After West called a time out
with 37 second left, Stukel threw
an incompletion in the end zone,
then ran six yards to the one..
On third and goal he rolled hard
left, pulled up and hit the touch-
down pass iith 20 seconds left.
The extra point tied the game at
30.
In overtime, each team gets the
ball at the ten and has four plays to
reach the end zone.
In the first overtime, the teams
exchanged touchdowns.
In the second, the Cats had the
ball first. Trippett gained three,
Murriell two and Lee two, but the
Crusaders stuffed Trippett on
fourth down.
Bishop Kenny took possession
and decided to go for the field goal
on first down. Eller madeit easily.


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Combs to regionals
Dustin Combs, shown here working out
at the BCHS gym Monday night, placed
eighth in the cross country district cham-
pionship last week at Bishop Kenny, qual-
ifying for regional competition Nov. 5 in
Pensacola. He ran a personal best 17:16.


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