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THF BAKER COUNTY PRESS


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GAiNESVSILLE, FL 32611


County's


impact fee


plan isn't


ours: Glen
Town wants expert
to study options

BY MICHAEL RINKER
Press Staff
The mayor of Glen St. Mary is
refusing to sign an interlocal
agreement that would allow the
county to collect impact fees for
the town.
The Baker County Commission
approved the agreement at its
meeting last week, but Mayor
Juanice Padgett said Glen officials
are poised to study and perhaps
enact an impact fee of their own.
Until then, they're reluctant to
commit to any related agreements.
The county has already passed
an ordinance setting its impact fee
-and Glen's at $1500.
"They didn't ask me about it,"
"the mayor said. "They're not
speaking for Glen vet."
Some toin officials are skepti-
cal about whether Glen should
even have an impact fee.
Ms. Padgett said she'll ask the
town's attorney, Phyllis Rosier, to
check on the implications of the
county's ordinance.
Alex Robinson. chairman of the
county commission, said it's likely
Ms. Rosier and county attorney
Terry Brown will have to work out
the details.
Mr. Brown said, "They can't
change our la%, biqt if the\ don't
want us to collect the fee, it would
be difficult to make them."
Mayor Padgett said she will ask
the town's engineer Tim Norman
if his company, Mittauer & Asso-
ciates, can do an impact fee study.
If not, town officials will hire
somebody to do it "in the near fu-
ture."
A study is required to determine
whether a fee is justified and what
amount can be assessed.
Consultant Frank Darabi, who
did an impact fee study, said his
research show ed that Glen, the city
of Macclenny, and the county
could each charge $2777.
Mayor Padgett. however, said
Mr. Darabi did not present any
recommendation to town officials.
She said she tried to hire his
firm to do a" study, but gave up
when Mr. Darabi would not tell
her how much it wouldicost.
County commissioners went
lower than his recommendation,
while Macclenn. officials have
'tentatively approved a slightly
higher fee of $3000.
The school board's consultant
said the district could justify a fee
of up to $5068, but the preliminary
ordinance calls for $1500 the first
year and $1500 the second. Eacl
year after that, it will increase 20
percent, although it cannot exceed
the $5068 unless a future study
shows that a higher amount is jus-
tified.
While the cit 's impact fee will
be apportioned .among transporta-
tion, law enforcement, emergency
services, fire services and recre-
ation, the county's $1500 fee is all'
for transportation, and the school
board's would be for education,
such as new schools and buses. .
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.
The fee will be assessed when
the building permit is pulled, or in
the case of mobile homes, the
move-on permit.
Because neither the school dis-
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Vol. 32 Thursday December 1, 2005


Camper splinters

in I-10 rollover on

Tuesday; 2 intired
t hat iasi 1 o hai ve been a hluning trip to the
.Osceola VNainonial Forest ended in disaster
J.ust beitfore midday\ on Novembe r 29 when an
SLU'V and travel-trader it iwas towing flpped
over onto hie niesibound shoulder of 1-10
:about three rilehs west of Glen St. AMarn The
1. '9 Ford E.plurer in I th background of
this p L0hotlo itiIs in ile pasIg laneiC overtak-
ing a tractlr-traiier about II .00 lam when
ili ,nda er becn f l wai,' ii ,;le nba'i ed
I"l / .":. H .'t. ; ,*_-. '.,',t /. ; t ill, t [. ) ,, ,.r
Stephen Buck, 5'9. ojLJacksoni ile lost coni-
trol and hsII vehicles slid clockwise and spa-.
rated as ithey oteti ined. Air. Brick was
flown to Shands Jacksonville and passenger
SiAckv Moreno. also 59 and fio'n
Jacksom ille. was treated at Fraser Hospital.
Both icciipantis w're h hearingi seai belts.
Trooper D.L. Alvers of the Florida Highwav
Parol int esgiiated


"Revitalize down wn
.e, owln, .


BY MICHAEL RINKER
Press Staff
A coalition of downtown Mac-
clenny.business owners is moving
ahead with plans to address parking
problems, as well as the safety and
aesthetics of buildings in the city's
core area.
When those plaji, are complete,
including cost estimate;, Macclen-
ny 'viticials would Iha't to agree to
fund fr h impr'i:men,. .


At a meeting Monday with city
manager Gerald Dopso', the group
briefly discussed the possibility of a
half-cent sales. tax to raise money,
There was no (ppor'iii',ii to the
idea, although Mr. Dopson noted
that iniplLemciiing the tax would re-
,quire a voters' referendum.
Several of the business owners
are in the process or have complet-
ed refurbishing their buildings,
which they contend is their finan-


cial commitment to improving the
area.
The group agreed to submit a
icuslution to the city conmmissiun
outlining its plans. It expe-crts to
have it done in time for the board's
next ineeting.
"It puts us on record during the
city to address these concerns," s;id
Press publisher Jim Mc(t-lulcy,
who is acting as chairman of the
group.


About a dozen people attended
Monday's meeting, including Mr.
Dopson and Ginger Barber, execu-
ti\e director of the Chamber of
Commerce.
Mr. NlcGauley. Pete Osgard,
owner of Calendar's Deli, and car
dealer Danny Lamb began informal
discussions \ ith Mr. Dopson earlier
this year, which led to an October
meeting and Mionda-y's.
The area of concern is between
Sixth Street and Fourth Street. from
US 90 south to the railroad tracks.
The group hopes to ha'e a de-
tailed plan for improvements by the
beginning of 2006 or sooner.
It will meet December 5 with
Marvin Hill, a planning consultant,
to begin designing 'the downtown.
The meeting and all others on the
issue are open to the public.
On everyone's wNish list is pav-
ing, lighting and landscaping of
parking areas on both sides of the
railroad tracks
Contributing to the problem are
employees who park in the streets,
and leave their cars there for the en-
tire day. forcing customers to drive
farther away to find parking. There
have been discussions with city of-
ficials on enforcing parking limits
in the area. .
Two other parking options are on
the table using property recently
purchased by the city behind the
Council on Aging building, and us-
ing the parking lot adjacent to the
tax. collector/property appraiser's
offices,
In addition to parking issues, the
business group is targeting property
owners who let their buildings fall
into disrepair.
They want buildings not only
brought up to code, but taken care

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Manager


cell phone

running


ten times


average

BY MICHAEL RINKER
Press Staff
County Manager Jason Griffis
rang up $695 in charges on his
county-issued cell phone in Octo-
ber, prompting a public, yet an-
onymous rebuke by County,Com-
missioner Alex Robinson.
Although the commissioner
didn't specifically name Mr. Griffis
when he bemoaned high phone
bills at last week's commission
meeting, it's apparent who he was
referring to. He declined Tuesday
morning to confirm it was Mr.
.Griffis.
According to the county's check
register, two payments $418.31
and $276.51 were made to Nextel
Communications for Mr. Griffis on
November 1.
That total is two-and-a-half
times the combined totals of the
four other government officials
whose Nextel bills are included in
the register.
The others were Projects Man-
ager Bob Hancock. whose total
was $76.48; Fire Chief Richard
Dolan, $76.50; Nick Giles of infor-
mation services, $58.18; and Rick
Clark, of emergency services,
.$58.08.
SCommissioner Robinson said:
the basic monthly rate should range
from $49 to $69 depending on
whether it's a regular cell phone or
one that can be used as a walkie-
talkie.
According to county records,
Mr. Griffis' phone bill fell within
that range in each of the past 11
months.
"I've been spending a lot of time
in the field the last couple of
months," Mr. Griffis said Tuesday
evening. The result is, the calls he
usually gets in his office, he's been
taking on-his cell phone.
"M) job is 24/7," he added.
He said he's been working with
county departments to standardize
personnel policies.
"After the last budget workshop,
the commissioners said we needed
a structure... job descriptions, pay
scales, scheduled evaluations, merit
pay," he said. "They told me to
spend a lot of time with the depart-
ments to get an idea of where we're
at."
SMr. Griffis also said he inherited
an undesirable cell phone plan
from his predecessor Josie Davis,
and that he has changed plans.
He said he was disappointed that
Commissioner Robinson didn't ap-
proach him to talk about the issue.
At the commissioner's urging, a
memo was sent November 22 to all
department heads, asking them to
keep a close eye on phone bills.
The memo, written by Mr. Griff-
is, said that if a phone bill exceeds
the number of minutes, the employ-
ee must pay the difference.
If it happens a second time, cell
phone privileges will be revoked.
Commissioner Robinson said
it's important to him that taxpayer
money is not'wasted by county em-
ployees.
"If they get mad at me, well, I
guess that means they'll think
about me next time," said Robin-
son, who was elected chainTm.n of
the Board of County Commission-
ers at last week's meeting. Fred
Raulerson was chosen vice-chair-
man.
In other business at the meeting,
the commission granted a two-
month extension to Leonard Lewis,
who wants to purchase the county-
owned Head Start building in
Sanderson.
Mr. Lewis, who said he does af-
ter-school tutoring and SAT/ACT


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of aesthetically.
Mostly, they blame absentee
owners who rent out their build-
ings.
"City leaders allowed blighted
areas to slowly evolve," said Mr.
Lamb, who said there's "not
enough backbone for an) thing
progres- i to happen."
He cited the building that hous-
es the Baker County Standard as
one of the blights, noting that it's
the first thing people see of the
downtown when they comein on
CR 228/Fifth Street.
He also said it's a fire hazard
that poses a potential threat to sur-
rounding businesses.
Mr. Osgard said, "The owners


Fund is set up for
ailing liver patient
Emery O. (Otis) McDaniel of Macclenny
is awaiting word from the Mayo Clinic on
whether he is a candidate for a liver trans-
plant, and a find has been set up at Vystar
to help with expenses since he has no in-
surance. Mr. McDaniel, who for most of
his 54 years has been a meat cutter,
learned in mid-November that he has an
inoperable tumor on his liver and it will
have to be replaced for him to survive
long-term. His doctors at St. Vincent's
Medical Center have referred his case to
the renowned Mayo transplant unit, which
is now reviewing the case. A church re-
cently arranged to catch up on his month-
ly house payments, and money deposited
in the Vystar account will be used for that
and other purposes while the transplant
pends. The account is titled Emery Mc-
Daniel Liver Transplant Fund.


of the'Standard have to step up to
the plate."
Mr. Dopson said he doesn't ex-
pect the business owners to en-
force city statutes, but that they
can "put' additional pressure on
those not complying."
Mr. Lamb said, "I'm doing my
part, I'd like to see the city catch
up to what I'm doing."
In: addition to his car dealership
at the corner of US 90 and 6th St.,
he o' ns commercial rental proper-
ly east tov.ard 5th Si. and south lo-
ward the railroad.
Howe\ er. Mr Dop;on Jsured
the group that "the city is not tak-


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group wu
ing a backseat in this."
Citing the impending move of
the Wal-Mart Supercenter to the 1-
10/CR 228 intersection, most of
the owners, want the process to
proceed quickly.
They fear the development that'
will follow in Wal-Mart's fdot-
steps will leave the Macclenny
business district a veritable ghost
town.
Instead, they want somethir i
that shows the chjria'cr- of Mac-
clenny arid draws people to thi-
area.
"At the end ,df'this, we want a
quaint atmospheree" said Ed Bar-


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urge city
her,-who recently purchased-and
renovated the old Rexal- Building,".
"We' want it to be different than
what you'll get out at the. inter-
state."
Glen's impact fee
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trict nor Glen St. Mary issues
building permits, the county must
collect the fee on their i-jalif in
Macclenny. the city Will collect the
school's fee.
The county will assess the
"chi'oil district a 2 percent adminis-
trative fee for collection, but there,
has been no, public discusion -.
and no mention in the interlocal
jirccenti-n about how much it
will charge Glen.

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MY SIDE OF

THE MATTER


I'm back. Your astute political
pundit and investigative journalist
has been combing the airwaves in
search of all those hot button issues
our diligent politicians are trying to
solve. My finger is on the pulse of
American politics, gamely search-
ing for a pulse or some sign of life
to little avail. Here are some of the
things I have discovered.
The president spoke to the na-
tion the other night about immigra-
tion. He was worried there were so
many illegal immigrants pouring
across the US border that they
would take so many jobs from
Americans that we would run out
of jobs to outsource to India.
No. That wasn't it. He worried
there would be so many immi-
grants pouring across the border
that they would take all those high-.
paying ditch digging, landscaping
and sewer cleaning jobs Americans
currently hold.
No. That wasn't it, either. Okay.
I remember now. It was something
called the Guest Worker Program.
Basically, w hat the guest worker
program means is that we would
"invite" workers from Mexico and
other countries ,o come across our
borders for six years and work at
jobs no American wants to do.
I'm not talking about being the
head of FEMA, although that too is
a job nobody wants. I'm talking
about those high-paying ditch dig-
ging, landscaping, and sewer clean-
ing jobs I mentioned earlier.
At the end of their six years rin
America, these guest workers
would no longer be guest workers.
They would be unwanted guests
who had to go home. In short, they
would be illegal immigrants.
That's gonna work, fight?
Right. At the end of their six
years of watching cable TV and
eating Big Macs, these immigrants
will happily pack up and trudge
back across. the border to the lives
they led beforethey came to Am-
erica..
Of course they will. Wouldn't
you?
In one fell swoop we have
solved the problem of illegal immi-
gration by renaming it. There are
no longer.any illegal immigrants
there are guest workers. The fact
That they will all turn into illegal
immigrants six years down the road
doesn't matter because there will,
be another administration inthe
White House by then and it will be'
their problem.
Hey! I like this. We could solve
a lot of other problemS by renam-
ing them.
Bird flu is a problem that scares.
many people and for good reason.
If this awful disease spreads to,peo-
ple, it could kill more humans than
the Black Plague in the Middle
Ages. The government is callinigit
a possible global pandemic.
I don't like that name. It's ioo
scary. It calls to mind people push-
ing around carts loaded with dead
bodies and yelling, "Bring out your
dead."
Let's apply the guest worker
strategy to bird flu. Hmmm. There
has to be some; way to make this,
more palatable. Let's see. We need
a familiar figure that doesn't fill us
with loathing or terror.
I've got it! Big Bird Flu. We can
show scenes from Sesame Street
where Big Bird comes down with a
bad case of the sniffles and tells
everyone to wash their hands and
cover their mouths when they
sneeze.
Bert and Ernie will be lining up
'for flu shots and Elmo will lecture
Oscar the Grouch about how bad it
is for him to hoard Tami-flu when
the rest of Sesame Street needs it.
.It will work. Who would be
scared of those cuddly Sesame
Street characters?
If it works for illegal immigra-
tion and the global pandemic of
bird flu, it's bound to work for the
war'in Iraq. I don't see why not.
The war in Iraq is a continuing


problem with those pesky insur-
gents killing US troops and Iraqis
.day and night. The president's ap-
proval rating has plummeted to
around 40% so with the 2006 Con-
gressional elections coming up it is
very important that we find a way
to make the war in Iraq seem less
frightening.
Iraq...Iraq. If Sesame Street
worked for the bird flu ... Wait!
I've got it. Arabian Nights! We'll
use a Disney theme. From now on,
whenever the president or any of
his advisors discuss the war in ...
oops, I mean Arabian Nights, we'll
have songs from Aladdin playing
in the background.
We'll characterize the president
as Aladdin and the first lady as Jas-
mine and Donald Rumsfeld will
start dressing all in blue like that
roly-poly genie played by Robin
Williams.
The president,can assure the Iraq
people that "...You ain't never had
a friend like me."
But what about the bad guys?
How do we characterize those evil
insurgents and their insidious lead-
ers?
Osama bin Laden bears a strik-
ing resemblance to the evil Jaffar,
and Saddam looks a lot like his an-
noying parrot lago. It's a stretch,
but it's certainly worth a try. Noth,-
ing else seems to be working and
everybody loves Disney. A Disney
war would be much less frighten-
ing than the real thing.


Your opinion

counts...

Send us a letter

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Dear Editor:
There is a re-zoning applica-
tion currently before the Board of
County Commissioners that
should concern all Baker County
residents.
For some reason, this re-zon-
ing proposal never seems to jump
out and say what it.actually is.
Let's call it the Greystone PUD
(Planned Unit Development).
Baker County residents should
be aware that this development
will be located directly across
from Baker County High School.
As many as 240 houses will be
built along Madison St. and
Westside Loop.
Four houses will be on one


acre of land, with five-foot side
yards, 25-foot front and 20-foot
back yards. The builder will most
likely need to clear-cut the 60
acres of trees on the property now
in order to build houses that close
to each other.
Gone are the visons of stately
oaks or dignified homes sur-
rounded by schools.
Gone is the opportunity to con-
struct additional school buildings
in the same location..
Gone will be the Baker County
we know today.
Forever are the houses built
closely together.
Forever is the traffic this will
add to the area.


If you do not want this type of
development at this location,
there are several things you can
do:
v" Mark your calendars for De-
cember 6 and appear at the com-
mission meeting at 6:00 pm. It's in
the commissioner's room at the
Baker County Administration
Building behind the county court-
house.
V Speak out against this devel-
opment at that meeting.
/ Call your county commis-
sioner and let him or her know
you oppose the Greystone PUD.
Don't think your voice doesn't
count. The simplest thing you can
do is go to the meeting and sup-


port those who are speaking
against it.
Once this type of development
is introduced to this area, others
like it will be allowed. If the sur-
rounding land use is already
there, it won't be difficult to add
more.
It's no longer a matter of if, but
when.
Who's going to stand up for
your interests when some big
developer wants to put one in
your back yard?
You are! Start with this.one.
JOAN TRAWICK
Macclenny


Lantana: it tuns out to be a good omen


As a small child growing up in
South Carolina, the first flower I
remember noticing was Lantana.
I was five years old and in the
habit, of knocking on the back door
of a neighbor's hduse, hoping for.
an invitation to come in and sit at.
the table for some cookies and a
glass of milk,
Lantana bushes grew on either
side of the back steps and on the
occasions when no one answered
my knock at the door, I would
lingei in the yard, studying the tiny
blossoms on the bushes. So many
colors on one flower! It was beauti-
ful.
We moved away when I was six
and I didn't see Lantana again for
decades. The image of the flower's
multi-colored blossom faded from
my memory. But not completely.
Several years ago, I was in the
Florida Keys for the Christmas
Holiday and to my great surprise
and joy, there they were again -


Lantana bushes growing around.
the door of my vacation cabin. I
placed vases of the flowers around
the cabin and patio area.
I plucked blossoms and stuck
them in my hair when Iwent shop-`
ping or to a restaurant. It was my
way of saying "I love Florida."
And it was at that time I begart to
realize how much I wanted to live
here.
I returned from vacation to the
small town that is my home. All
through the cold -winter the images
of Florida stayed with me.
"Why Florida?" the people in
my town asked me repeatedly
when they got the news of my new
job with The Baker County Press. I1
couldn't give a specific answer,, be-
cause there wasn't justpne.
Maybe it was the warm wel-.
come I received from the vendor at:
the Indian River Fruit Stand on the
1-295 by-pass as I was approaching
Jacksonville on my first visit to


THE BACK

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Macclenny. Maybe it was the fact
that Fifth Street xw here the newspa-
per office is located reminds me so
much of Lake City, South Carolina,
the small rural community \ here
my mother gre\\ up and \\here the
train also zooms through the mid-
dle of town.
Maybe it's the wonderful memo-
ries of visiting St. Augusine with
my family when I was young.
That's a place I'm looking forward
to seeing again soon.
SOr maybe it's the fact that when
I pulled up in front of an apartment
someone suggested I consider rent-.
ing, the first thing I saw was a Lan-
tana bush in full bloom growing in
the front yard.
I took that as a very good omen
and rented the wonderful, little
apartment immediately. It was as if
there: was a sign out front that said.
"Welcome To Macclenny."
That same afternoon, I paid a
:1.visit to Mulch and- More on High-,
way 121 S. Ow ner Clyde Andrew% s,
Jr. and his wife \\ere gracious and
accommodating. When I told them
I wanted a plant for the yard or
pool deck, they directed me to -
well, you guessed it a gorgeous
Lantana bush. I had to laugh.
I'm looking forward to moving


here next week and beginning to
learn more about the town and its
citizens. I've already had the privi-
lege of attending and photograph-
ing the Festival of Trees. The cake
auction at the festival's gala dinner
was a hoot. There were fellas will-
ing to get up on stage, hold up the
cakes and dance a little to encour-
age the bidding. There was a lot of
laughing.and clapping. And the
cakes, all baked by local ladies, ri-
valed anything I've seen in South-
ern Living magazine.
I think I've landed in a very
good place. Macclenny just feels
like home. Thanks for the wel-
come.


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Glen man arrested for entering a

home, striking another with pistol


A 60-year-old Glen St. Mary
man is charged with aggravated
battery, assault and other counts
for allegedly entering a home off
Noah Davis Road where his
daughter lives and striking a visit-
ing occupant in the head several
times with the butt of a pistol.
Larry (Buck) Hutchins also
aimed the pistol at Homar Black-
burn, 21, twice as the victim exited
the residence with a baby that had
been lying on the floor beside a:
couch.
The 11-month-old baby, accord-
ing to deputy Sgt. Thomas Dyal, is
the child of Mr. Blackburn and its
mother was not involved in the
incident.
The report also notes that Mr.
Hutchins several times stepped on
the baby while striking Mr. Black-
burn, who was lying on a couch
watching television with several
others at the residence.
"The best we can tell, he (Mr.
Hutchins) just didn't like the other
man and didn't want him there,"
said Sgt. Dyal.


The incident occurred just after
noon on November 27 and late
that evening the sheriff's depart-
ment Special Response Unit went
to Mr. Hutchins' residence off-
Gilford Davis Road nearby with a
search warrant and found a hand-
gun.
Several witnesses identified it
as the weapon used in the beating.
The accused denied owning a gun
and both he and wife Phyllis told
police it belongs to her. The pistol
was confiscated as evidence.
According to statements made
.to police, Mr. Blackburn went to
the residence of Tammy Waters
late that morning to watch movies.
Ms. Waters is the daughter of Mr.
Hutchins, who owvns the residence.
Both she and her daughter
Samantha Vigil, the victim's 18-
year-old girlfriend, said the as-
sailant entered the home and im-
mediately attacked Mr. Blackburn.
The grandfather is also accused
of striking Ms. Vigil with both his
fist and the pistol when she twice
grabbed it as he aimed the firearm


Drunk camper arrested for

battery, ramming an SUV
A drunken camper went on a Sugar, Bobbi Gibson, 35, Michael
rampage at the Ocean.Pond camp- Gibson, 31, both also of Lady Lake,
ground near Olustee early on and Ralph Linicola, 25, ofFruitland
November 27, damaging a fence Park, Fla.
and an SUV belonging to his girl- All are acquainted and attempt-
friend. ed to stop Mr. Rhodes after he
James Rhodes, 33, of Lady struck the girlfriend.
Lake, Florida faces eight felony The accused then hopped into
and misdemeanor counts related to his 2002 Ford pickupand tore
the incident that began just after through a perimeter fence before
1:00 am during an argument with ramming Ms. Sugar's 2000 Ford
his girlfriend, Corraine Sugar, 32. Explorer. Mr.,Rhodes also alleged-
of the same address, ly threatened to run through neigh-
boring campsites and tents,
The couple and several other rame to the E r w
friends from central Florida were excess of $1000, a orer was in
excess of $1000, according to the
camping last weekend, along with e r o
several witnesses to the events deputy, and there was no immedi-
several witnesses to.the events
who were also interviewed b ate estimate of damage to camp-
who were also interviewed by ., ,,, r
po i. cc sites and the fence.
Suty D i Mrn id Ar Mr. Rhodes was booked for
Deputy Dj\ id Morajn _viJd Mr
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Rhodes-,, who was.Yisib.!, imn i\i- -
,'-ehicle, misdemeanor counts df
cated, lay on the ground near his disorder intoxication reckle
disorderiv intoxication, reckless
campsite as the officer approach- f c o b
ed, and willingly surrendered driving, four counts of battery and
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at her boyfriend outside the resi-
dence. Mr. Hutchins also cursed at
her and said if it.wasn't for the fact
that Mr. Blackburn had a baby in
his arms he would be dead.
The boyfriend's head wounds
required closure by staples at
Fraser Hospital's emergency room.
Ms. Vigil suffered bruises about
the head.
Mr. Hutchins is charged with
four felonies: aggravated assault,
two counts of aggravated battery
and burglary. The simple battery
charge is a first-degree misde-
meanor.


Loitering arrest

James A. Long, 41, of Jackson-
ville was charged early on Nov-
ember 24 with loitering and prowl-
ing in an east Macclenny neigh-
borhood.
Deputy Ben Anderson said Mr.
Long had the previous evening
been warned to stay away from
residences along Railroad-Ave.
following complaint calls that he
was roaming the area with a flash-
light.
He allegedly resumed the activ-
ity along East Shuey and was ar-
rested about 1:00 am. Mr. Long
denied he had a criminal history
when questioned by the officer,
and it was later learned he has a
felony conviction and an arrest re-
cord for offenses like -aggravated
battery and larceny.


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CITIZENS OF MACCLENNY

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE at the special meeting
of the City Council on Tuesday, December 13,
2005 at 7:00 pm at City Hall, 118 East
Macclenny Avenue, Macclenny, Florida, the
City of Macclenny will consider the below ordi-
nance for first reading:

A BILL TO BE ENTITLED AN ORDINANCE
RELATING TO ANNEXATION; PROVID-
ING FOR THE ANNEXATION OF CERTAIN
LANDS CONTIGUOUS TO THE CITY OF
MACCLENNY; PROVIDING FOR ACCEPT-
ANCE OF A VOLUNTARY ANNEXATION
REQUEST FROM BETTY HODGES, SUSAN
MARIE ORBERG, MARCUS WILLIAM
HODGES, PATRICK OTIS HODGES AND
LAURIE JOANNE SOUTHEY, AS HEIRS OF
WILLIE RANDOLPH HODGES, JR., AND
EUGENE E. HODGES, AGNES GWYNNE
HODGES, SARA LEE ANDREW, JOHNNY
C. HODGES, MARTHA O. HODGES, MARY
LOU WILLIAMS AND DONNIE EUGENE
WILLIAMS; PROVIDING FOR AN EFFEC-
TIVE DATE.


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Unruly girlfriend arrested

Sheriff's deputies ended up ar- la Dice, 18, of Macclenny became legedly tossed a tire iron through
resting a live-in girlfriend who had disruptive and refused to calm her- front window attempting to g
gone to an east Macclenny tesi- self when escorted into the resi- entry. She had left earlier that d,
dence to collect her belongings dence she shares with Timothy She is charged with dome;
late on November 25 following an Burmsed, 35, on East 3rd St. violence and resisting police w
argument with her boyfriend. The boyfriend called police out violence.
Deputy David Morgan said Dar- about 11:30 pm when Ms. Dice al- 'The same day at nearby No]


Police filed a rare charge of
aggravated stalking against a Glen
St. Mary man who allegedly bit
another man on the right ear the
early evening of November 26.
Avery Crawford, 27, of Mac-
clenny said he was confronted by
Christopher McMahan, 32, in the
parking lot of Wal-Mart just after
6:00, and after briefly, exchanging:
words 'the former walked toward
his vehicle.
Mr. McMahan -allegedly jump-
ed him from behind and Mr. Craw-
ford told police he twice punched
his assailant in. the face before the
suspect fled in a vehicle, fearing'
police had arrived.
Deputy Wayne Limbaugh later


A St. George, Ga. man is charg-
ed with.taking $710 given to him
by a friend who had been arrested,
and using it to purchase a used
truck for $500 and some marijua-
na.
John Abbott, 23, faces a charge,
of grand theft from Mark .riss,
20, also of St. George. Mr. Criss
., was arrested in an unrelated case
on November 25, and had given
the money to Sgt. Thomas Dyal,
who then ga\ e it to Mr. Abbott.
The friend \was to take the cash
and Mr. Criss' pickup truck to the
latter's mother and arrange for her

Accuses clerk of
theft from store
The owner of a convenience
store north ofGlen St. Mary filed
a criminal complaint November 27
alleging a clerk stole $373.25 from.
a cash register drawer.
DepuityCurtis'Ruise said he sub-
sequentl, interview wed clerk
Christine Padgett, 24, of Sanderson,
\who admitted she knew the drawer
\\as short. She wasn't aware of the
amount. ho\we\er.
Ow ner Ronnie Thomas turned
oer to the sheriff's department a
video surveillance tape and other
supporting information.
Because the amount exceeds
$300. NMs. Padgett could be charg-
Sed with felon\ grand theft. A
determination \will be made b\ the
state attorney's office.

Vehicle burglary
Two cases of burglarN to \ehi-
cles \ere reported to the sheriff's
department o\er the Thanksgi% ing
weekend.
A radio valued at $100 \.as
taken from a 1992 Buick o\"ned
by Gerald West of Jackson\ ille
\while it a\\aited repair at Amer-
ican Auto Service in Nlacclenny.
A shotgun, rifle and wallet \ ere
taken from an unlocked pickup
truck belonging to Jeffery Burnsed
and parked off Shumate Lane in
Sanderson.
There \was no immediate esti-
mate of the value of the property.


that evening arrested Mr. Mc-
Mahan north of Glen, and added
charges of possessing cocaine and
prescription medication.
Jail personnel found both pow-
dered coke and a single,pill stash-
ed away in the suspect's right
sock.
Mr. McMahan \\as jailed earlier
in November for felony drug pos-
session when police found him
passed out at the wheel of his
vehicle in the parking lot of a local
lounge.
Mr. Crawford sought treatment
at Fraser Hospital for a laceration
.to the ear, and a physician said it
likely resulted from a bite during
his scuffle with Mr. lMcMhhan.


to get him out of jail.
Instead, he picked up two Mac-.
clenny residents and they wefit to
Jacksoinville. where they abandon-
ed Mr. Criss' vehicle and the ac-.
cused bought another. It was found
later on 8thSt. inlMacclenn\.
The \witnesses said Mr. Abbott
told them he had sa\ed $700 and
\wanted to purchase a vehicle He
had two callerss, and said the sec-
ond one \\as for concealment of
the cash.
Mr. Abbott said he spent $30 on
marijuana and, could not account
for the remainder.

Car is torched
A 2000 Pontiac sedan belong-
ing to a Macclenny \\oman wajs
apparently torched after it was
taken from a residence off Faye
Road and parked near Odis Yar-
brough Road and CR 125 north of
SGlen St. Mary.
SWhen fire afid-police units re'
sponded just before 9:U0 pm on
November 24, the vehicle was en-
gulfed in flames.
Owner Carmie Mclnarna\ told'
police she \\as unaw\ are the car
had been taken from her \ard, and'
%as \ visiting a relatiLe at the time..


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clenny, Mitchell Berry, 21, of Jack-
sonville was charged with domes-
tic violence for striking girlfriend
Ashley Krauss, 20, during an argu-
ment.
Mr. Berry told Deputy Curtis
Ruise he hit Ms. Krauss attempt-
ing to exit a room.
A criminal complaint was filed
the same afternoon against Keith
Hart, who is believed to reside in
Putnam County.
His uncle Leon.D. Hart, 76,
said the accused came to his resi-
dence off CR 229 south of San-
derson about 2:00 and punched
him several times about the body
and face during an argument.
The family was unable to give
police any detailed information on
the younger Mr.'Hart.,


Loiterer had crack
and smoking pipe
A Jacksonville man found loit-
ering near the county health de-
partment building the evening of
November 23 ended up charged
with felony possession of crack
cocaine and a smoking pipe.
Deputy Erik Deloach said he
questioned Edward Sieb, 33, just
after 9:00 when he found the sus-
pect standing near the front of the
building.
Mr. Sieb said he was walking to
a friend's house on nearby Griffin
Circle, and produced smoking
pipe when asked if he had any-
thing illegal on his person.
The officer in a pat search!
found a. small plastic pill bottle
containing se% eral crack "rocks."
T\\o da)s later, Sgt. Thomas
Dyal arrested Mark R. Crews; 20,
of St. George, Ga. for misdemean-
or marijuana possession.
He stopped Mr. Crevs s north of
Macclenny oi a traffic violation.

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MEMORIAL SERVICE

Saturday December 10th, 2005 at 6:00 pm in
in the chapel of V Todd Ferreira Funeral Services
It i. a time of remembrance and reflection of the life of your loved one.
A special memorial tree will be lit during the ceremony.
We would like each family to bring an ornament
representative of tour family member for our special tree.
bYo miau bring uour ornament In/ the offices.
AlIondau Fridaji. if ioon are unable to attend.
Refrte:hients and Iror. d'oeu i'res will be served "
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New Life Church of God has delicious
homemade fruitcakes available.
5 Ib. Cake $30 3 lb. Cake $22 1 Lb. Mini-muffins $8
Call 259-7373 for your orders or come by our booth
at the Christmas Parade Saturday, December 3.
HAVE A BLESSED CHRISTMAS!


THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS Thursday, December 1, 2005 Page Five

IT'S OUR JOB! ** IT'S OUR JOB! ** IT'S OUR JOB!
Before you snap that photo you think we'll want to put in the newspaper,
check with us! If at all possible, we'll arrange to have someone there to
take it for you. It's our job!
The more notice you give, the betterchance you have.
THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS 259-2400

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DowntOwn lacclenny
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:
Art, Craft & Food Booths open at 10:00 am
SFireworks at City Hall at 6:00 pm
S Lighted Parade begins
Santa lights the Chamber of Commerce
SCommunity Christmas Tree at City Hall
and hands out gifts to children
Float and store front winners announced
Firefighter & Officer of the Year Announced


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Christmas our of Homes

Sunday, December 4th
2:00 P.M.-4:00 P.M.
Ti.:kets are $10 0n -each at Cit\ Hall thru Fri ia-,
,it.turd,j', at the Republican \\Vomen '- Boorh do .'.ri. rrle n fl, l. rin,
Tickets will be available Sunda\
'at the tour homes for $15.00 each.
Featuredl this eair:
Brian Theresa Finle\
Mark\ 1 I.(uann Mann
George & leannie linabb
rolcdl & ( arolirn hMcCulhlugh
Dennis & Laura \\.ilt:-s\ rth
lohn & \nn C(anon.-i,,
li:.cit L i h 'rrin ul r..aI.hel L:;B azil
Franklin Mercantile in Glen
(all 25'f-b6Jhl r information.
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Pageant winners will reign over Christmas Parade
These young beauties emerged the winners in varying age classes during idl 13th annual Christmas Queen Pageant held November 18 at
the Baker County Middle School Auditorium. They are: Pee-Wee Princess Bailey Pasani and first runner-up Mariah McDonald; Little
Miss Princess Elizabeth ShIuia andl Ma'l Taylor runiar-p. P-re.,tLl Princess Marissa Taylor and Asleigh Thick runer-up; Teen
Princess Stephanie Bradley and Ashley Burns runner-uCp Clh-Ils, Diait was selected the 2005 Christmas Queen and will be tne center-
piece on the queen float in this Saturday's lighted parade. Later this month the girls.will serve a holiday dinner to area seniors. -
I'l' I Co u ' P IO( F BRAD WElElKS


Three top

Northeast Florida State Hospital
recently announced the top work-
ers for the months of August, Sep-
tember and November. All will be
eligible for Employee of the Year
after 2005.
Laura Harris got the honor in
August. She is assigned to Moss'
Grove Village and was lauded for
her expertise
in staffing the
living areas,
which can be --.
a challenge at
times due to
rules on over-
time and em-
Suzanne }, j I
Mims was t
named Em- "
ployee of the Ms. Harris
Month for '
S epteniber. -
She works at
Shady Oaks
Village on the
hospital c'am-
'pus and \% as
praised as "an
ambassador of
good,,il." t VI
She is the "-
volunteer co-
ordinator on
the unit, and is .\i iAm
a regular vol-
unteer atmany
extracurricular


actit cities each
year. ,
Barbara .
Mitchell, the "
honoree for .
October. is a .
senior clerk in -
service plan-
ning. She was
praised for fuo
competency in .ts. Muhell
her position;
plus for her performance co\%ering
several other jobs on an as-needed
basis.
The following NEFSH Workers
were recognized for years of ser-
vice:
Five years: Melinda Baxley,
Brenda Givens, Althalene Givens,
Shasta Griffin, Wil MNcado\%s,
Charles Thomas, Audry isdale; 10
years: Fretta Barnwell, Kim Burn-
sed and Manry Trtc: 20 years:
George Hodges and Mair Mc-

Cancer group
The monthly meeting of the
Baker County (i.ancer Support
Group will be on Tuesday, Dec-
ember 6 at 7:00 pm in the meeting
room of the Baker County Health
Department.
All cancer patients, survivors,
their families and caregivers are
urged to attend- the meetings. If
you want to;know.more about the
group; please call Mag McGauley
at 259-3476.

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David P. Dearing
former Baker County Prosecutor


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Attorneys with over 100l y;r?. co1Binbed,'.' nc/ i v areas of
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Home entered
A burglar used a metal sprinkler
to pry open a rear bedroom win-
dow at the residence of Daniel
Rispoli north of Glen St. Mary
during daylight hours on Nov-
ember 22.
When the owner returned to the
residence off Crews Road about
3:30 that afternoon, he also found
the electricity and telephone dis-
connected from outside the house,
apparently to disarm any alarms.
The inventory of missing prop-
erty included a rifle, $500.pistol,
jewelry and a carton of cigarettes.
Total loss value was $1030.
The burglary likely occurred'
about 1:00 pm, based on an oven
clock that stopped when the power
went off. The owner left the resi-
dence about 9:00 am.

Yule blood drive
There will be a blood drive on
December 3 at the Christmas Para-
de street party from.10:00 am to
6:00 pm, Two bloodmobiles will
be parked.at the corner of Hwy. 90
and SR 228.,

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Late registration has started
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It is for all youth and adult
ages. Program fees are $25
for YMCA members and $65
Sfor non members. There is a
$10 lawt fee added on to the
program fee.
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Guys and Dolls


BY BOB GERARD
Press Staff
Come back in time with the
BCHS drama department to the
early 1950's and the free w heeling
gamblers' of the musical classic,
Guys andDolls.
The musical is rated by Variety
magazine as one of the top ten mu-
sicals of all time. The shot opens
on Thursday and Friday at 7:30
pm and Sunday at 2:00 pm. It will
return for another run Dec. 8-11.

O enhouse and

Chrtmas booths
The Baker County Historical
Society will have its annual Open
House on Saturday. December 3,
from 10 am until 4 pm at the Old
Jail. Admission is free.
Join us for refreshments and a
glimpse of Baker County history.
Cookbooks and calendars \will be
among the items on sale at the
Open House and a booth down-
town.


Press Advertising
Deadline
4 pm Monday


Filled with gre
Luck Be a Lady,
Peck, Sit Down You
Boat. and the title
Dolls, it is a feast.f
ears.
It is the story of
who.runs the older
floating dice gami
City. The police
down Njahan's nec
find a place for hi:
to rely on his old f
bler Sky IMjaterst
with the money he
game.
Freshman Gai

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:at songs like, Nathan Detroit and jui
A Bushel and Gerard is Sky. Elizabeth
r're Rocking the the missionary Sister
tune, Guys and Lyndsie Sweeney is Na
for the eyes and friend Adelaide.
Jacob Cranford and
Nathan Detroit. cinella are Nathan's buc
est established I' and Bennie. Richard
e in New York Thomas Elledge are
are breathing flarr\ the Horse and
ck and he can't hilc lose-\ Cre\" is
s game. He has Brannigan.
friend, ace gam- April Anderson. Wh
in. to come up -sn. \anessa Theus.
needs to run the Rhoden, Chelsea Da
Raulerson and Gentri
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SOher lead character
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Ra\an, Daniel Wilbanks
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Marriages in Oct.
The following marriages were
recorded at the Baker County court-
house during October:

Nathan Labarr of Baldwin & Arlene
Bennett of Jacksonville, 4/27.
Roger Higginbotham Jr. of Middle-
burg & Nicole Norman of Glen St.
Mary, 10/22.
Hugh Rhoden & Julie Hodges, both
of Macclenny, 10/29.
Herbert Griffin of Jacksonville &
Brandy Forbes of Macclenny, 10/23.
Claud Armstrong III of Glen St.
Mary & Tabbatha Norman of Macclen-
ny, 10/22.
Jimmy Ake of Jacksonville & Tina
Johns of Macdenny, 10/1.
Joshua Davis of Macclenny.& April
Smith of Glen St. Mary, 10/1.
Leroy Smith & Audrey Obaugh
both of Macclenny, 10/1.
Joshua Manucy & Amber Johns
both of Sanderson, 10/1.
Joe Simoneau & Robin Mclnarnay
both of Jacksonville, 10/1. I
David Geiger & Elizabeth Yarbor-
ough both of Glen St. Mary, 10/1.
Jeff Barton Jr. of Glen St. Mary &
Vanessa'Ihornton of Macclenny, 10/4.
Clinton Hodges of Maccltnn3 &
I ari Jones of Glen St. Mary, 8/6.
SHRodriguez Paige of Sanderson &
Shameka Gisens of Glen St. Mary,
nor Dylan 1/il,1.
SRussell is Brad Pringle of Jackson ille & Brit-
Sarah and Ine. Austin of Callahan, 10,8.
than's girl- David Richardson & Vanessa John-
son both of Glen St. Man. 10/13.
Addie Re- Bill. Griffis & Briana Mood) both
Idies Nice- of Macclenn). 10'15.
Moore and Randy King of Glen St. Mary &
gangsters Donna Bennett ofjacksonaille. 101.
Big Je. October divorces
police Lt.
ie JoHarold & Shirl Rena' Harris. 8,23.
Stone John- i Branl Bmnsche & Carol Barn. 1I020.
Se phanie timothy & Stephanie Champlin. 10,25.
Joseph & fonya Nlelton. 10/25.
Billoite are Phillip & Jessica Nipper, 10/25.
Stanley & Doan)E Fahe), 10.27.
-rs include Jason & Tabitha Reeder, 10/27.
Rentz. Gil Emory & \ irgie Register. 10,27.
s. Alex Go- John & Mlarzell Williams. 10/27.
)ss Sasse. Jesse & Slar) Nipper, 10.27.
ard, Br an Rirhard & Palricia Hanre, 10'27.
nbs. Michael & Amanda Thomp'on, 10,'27.


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CITIZENS OF MACCLENNY
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE Iril at Ime regular
rneellngo 01 inr City Counr.ii on Tuesdaay. Decemr
er 13. 2005 at 700 clock. prr at Criy H311 118
ail Mlacclrenriy Avenue M.:cleniny Flori.a. the
C.Iy 1l Mva.:cielnny Will .:cns.ae Ithe belowj ord0.
ancce ir final reading
A bill to be entitled an act relating to
impact lees providing for a short title;
for intent and purpose: for authority:
for rules of construction; for defini-
tions: for adoption of impact fee study;
for imposition of impact lees; for com-
putallon of the amount of impact fees;
for payment of fees: for special rev-
enue funds; for use and collection of
funds; for refund of lees paid; for ex-
emptions. credits and deferrals: for an-
nual adjustment of fees and review of
schedules; for appeals; for penalty: for
effective date.
Anc,.r na.i. . n an ini.rerl i-. ih;- ord;nainc i
Sr.,l a lo arenad in.a ,Tee.hiri.
S 12/1 8c

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Irma Bill Fol-
som, irie nolr o i ire rolloWllg i-erid.caie ria
liied s.aia ':enrlicale lor a Iaxj deead Ij i.- ssueal
ir.eeuril Trn ceiElicaie numDer ana year or 1.
suarnc ire escriih..rr ,j)i ie prorjprry ard ine f
narnei In rn.ri In waa .-.sc v-d are eaj riloii/
Cernicale IJuicner 03'u01i49
Year c.I.: uan,: MAY 29. 2003
S D rirpli.:, o proper! 36-2S.20 -'000')000
0350J Lul Ten r li oil Se.;-.r- Tr.ry Si.< (261 n .
. ToIwr.,r.i.p Two.j 12i Sijir Ra',ig TwenrTy l20i tail
anr Corliair,,, 5 acre, mrioe r iles
All :i1 ss ,u pi' riyrl' .ri.g n irie County ot
asi-r *t1l-ae 1i Fh:irrl:
Ur-li' ,un:r al- n c-1.- e r-'iIeen-I d c',
i:.id..3in 1 Iri lia e Ire prop r`rT descrit.ea ir i ucr
.:E-iricaT3e .1iiiD E~; ,- I. In- r.irnesti Odder ai mIn
I rh ,i ,.'..:a, ,", l rr b .l. iP C o u iity/ ,o u rin o u ni C.r.
Ji.uar, 18. 2006, at 11:00 am.
Dated this 9th day of tl.-,i.-;,T,r 2i5
Al Fraser
Baker Cc.univy Flordc:,'.
y Bonnie 1. Paillesin
as Deputy Clery


CITIZENS OF MACCLENNY:


PLEASETAKE NOTICE at the special meet
ing of the City .:CLuncil (on Tuesday,
December 13, 2005 at 7:00 pm at City Hall,
118 East lMaclennyt Avenue, Macclenny,
Florida, the City of Miacclennv will consider
: the below ordinance for first reading:

A BILLTO BE ENTITLED AN ORDINANCE
RELATING TO ANNEXATION; PROVID-
ING FOR THE ANNEXATION OF CERTAIN
LANDS CONTIGUOUS 10 THE CITY OF
MNACCIENNY; PROVIDING FOR ACCEPT-
ANCE OF A VOLUNTARY ANNEXATION
REQUEST FROM DONNIE E. WILLIAMS
AND MARY L. WILLIA1MS; PROVIDING
FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.










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A complete legal description by metes and bounds
and the Ordinance can be obtained from the office
of the City Clerk.


Anyone having an interest in the first reading of
this Ordinanceis inVited to attend the meeting.


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN inal Margaret
Helms, tle holder or Ihe following certificate. has
filed said cenificate or a tax deed to be issued
ineieon The cerlficale number and year of is-
suance. Ihe escription of the property and the
names in wnhch t was assessed are as follows
Cerl.hcat Numoer. 01.00116
Year of issuance- 2001
Description ol property: 36 2S-20-0000-0000-
0271 A pan of Government Lot 14 and a part of
Government LOl 17, Section 36. Township 2
Sourh. Range 20 East. Baker County, Florida. be-
ing more particularly described as follows: Com-
mence al Ina SE Corner of said Government Lot
14. (NE corner of Government Lot 17) and run N
0"2028 West along me East line of Government
LOI 14 a distance cl 44 21 fl io a concrete monu-
merit ar 15 iniersection wiln Soulherly righl-ofway
line 1 a 25 h. graded road. Inner ce S 88;0432
West along said Southerly rigni-olway line
228 58 o1 a concrete monument; mIence N
76"5327 Wil still along said Southerly rignt-of-
way lire 130 36 h to a concrele monument and
ire P O B hence S u'2028 East 275 50 f. to a
concrete monument thence S 8715'25' W
301 04 n to a concrete monument at its inlersec-
tlrn with ihe Easterly RiW line of St. Ra No 127.
Trence N 7'19002 East along said Easterly R/W
inc 24 86 n to P O0 cur.e ol a curve concave to
the left having a radius of 1688.03 ft and a 0otal
central angle o 10 37'31 Hence Northeasteny
along the arc of said curve and said Easteny R/W
line 101 49 n. ro a concrete monument alt s inter-
sectorn wiln -ai.d Soulherly R/W line of a 25 ft
graded road. hence S 765327 East along said
Southerly RW line 264 29 it to me P0 B.. con-
airning 2 00 acres, more or less
All ol sai. property Deing in Ire County of
Baker Slale oi Florida
Names in which assessed: EMMA WALKER
& MARvIN WIGGINS
Unliss suc n enrificate snaii oe redeemed ac-
cording 10 trie law Ine property described in such
cernlicaie will be sold to Ie n.ghest bidder al the
front dor or i Le Baker Counly courthouse on
January 17 2006. ai1t 00 am
Dated this 9lh day or Novemoer. 2005


Al Fraser
Clerk of Courts
Baker County. Florida
By Bonnie M. Palleschi
Dpjr/ Clerk


11,'24,12'c


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA.
PROBATE DIVISION
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Plairill

MAT ROLAND Lnd.viaually and d/t'a MAT
ROLAND SEAFOOD COMPANY INC a Flonra.
Crpopor.aon HAL DAWSON inividually and
DAVID LUTGENS individually and d/bla HD17.
INC. a Florida .cororraion Florna Corporation.
Dererdani
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO Hal Oawson
You are nolitreda nal a complaint for money
3amaoes has been iled against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your written defenses
it any., o it on Frarn. E Maloney Jr. PA. Attorney.
whose address is 4-5 East Macclenny Avenue,
Macclernny. Florida 32063. (904) 259-3155, within
inirty (30)1 ays anter ne first publication of the no-
lice and on or before Ie 161h day of December,
S2005. ard 10 file ire original with Ina Clerk ol this
Courn elner before senice on Frank E Maloney,
Jr PA attorney or immediately thereafter; other-
wise a defaull will be erlered against you for the
relel demanded in the complain or petition.
Witness my hand and seal of mis Court on
rins 14h-l day ol Novemoer 2005
Al Fraser
Clerk of Courts
oy Jamie Crews
as Deputy Clerk
I1/17-12/8C

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Margaret
Helms, the holder ol the following certificate, has
filed said cenficale for a tax deed to be issued
thereon The cerificale number and year of Is-
suance, the description of the property and the
names in wnich iI was assessed are as follows:
Cenilicale Number 01-00094
Year or issuance-2001
Description of property 26-2S 20-0000-0000-
0019. Part ol Ine East 112 of Ine East 1/2 of Sec-
tion 26. Township 2 South. Range 20 East. Baker
County, Florida. being more particularly descnbed
as follows:
For point of reference commence at the
Northeast corner of the Southwest 1/4 of the
Southeast 1/4 ol said Section 26. thence run
South 89 degrees 45' 14 East, a distance of
660.00 reel to the West right-of-way line of a
50 00 foot county road hence run North 00 de-
grees 14' 46 East along said West right-of-way
line, a distance of 1386.00 feet to the Point of Be-
ginning, thence continue Nonn 00 degrees 14'
46 East along said West right-of-way line a dis-
tance of 198 00 feet to a point of a cul-de-sac
having a radius ol 50.00 leet; thence run along
and around sa;o cul-de-sac. a chord beanng and
Sdislance of North 14 degrees 45 12 West. 70 71
feet; thence run North 59 degrees 45' 14" West, a
distance of 625 00 feel to Cedar Creek, thence
run westerly along said Cedar Creek. Io the West
line of said East 1/2 of the East 1/2. thence run
South 00 degrees 14' 46' West along said West
line. a distance of 484.00 feet; thence run South
89 degrees 45' 14 East, a distance of 660.00 feet
to the Point of Beginning.
All or said property being in the County of
Baker, Slate ol Florida
Names in which assessed FIRST UNION
NATIONAL BANK
Unless such certificate shall be redeemed ac-
cording to the law. the property described in such
certificate will be sold to Ine highest bidder at the
front door of the Baker County courthouse on
January 17. 2006. at 11 00 am
Dated this 91n oay of November, 2005.
Al Fraser
Clerk of Courts
Baker County. Florda
By Bonnie M. Palleschl
As Deputy Clerk
11/24 12/15c


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WILDCATS BASKETBALL

Boys flash Hilliard;

Tornadoes level girls


The Wildcats boys basketball
team erased a seven-point deficit
entering the fourth quarter on the
road to defeat Hilliard 57-52 in its
season opener Tuesday night.
"We played a well rounded
game," said coach Charles Ruise.
"Our guards complemented our
big men... we shared the ball."
Center Andrew Bowman scored
14 and had a good night on the
boards, he said. Sophomore guard
Kyle Kennedy added 12 and Justin
Gaskins 9.
Ruise cited Gaskins for distrib-
uting the ball and defensive re-
bounding.-
The Cats went 11 deep, which
Ruise says will be a contributing
factor as the season wears on.
Their next game is December 2







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BY LAURA BETH BRINER
Press Sports
The Baker Cohnty Middle
School Bobcats boys and girls
basketball teams opened their reg-
ular season with a split of their
games with visiting Suwannee
November 28.
The lady Cats beat the Bullpups
22-16.
Leading the \'a. with 10 points
each were Amber Antoine and
Destiny de la Pena.
Everyone. playded.good defense::--:
as well, according to coach Anne
Cassidy.
"Meagan Osteen got a couple
of rebounds, offensive and defen-
site." she said. "We took the lead
and held on to it."
In the second game of the dou-
ble-header, the boys lost 38-28.
Top scorers \.ere Chris McCray


with 10, Deontay Farmer, with 5
and Will Miller with 4.
Coach Shawn Mahon said
Nathan Harrell "played aggressive
defense."
For the first game, Mahon was
pleased with the boys endurance.
"The\ played hard and didn't
give up," said Mahon.
The teams next play December
2 at home against Fernandina
Beach. The girls ake te h court at
5:00 pm, the boys at 6:15 pm.

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


at Lake City.
Also on Tuesday, the Lady
Wildcats lost. 76-23 to Bradford
County at the'Baker High gym.
Coach Franklin Griffis said the
combination of hot shooting by
the Tornadoes and the Cats com-
ing out a little flat spelled defeat
for his team.
"They came out hitting threes...
it was 20-0 before we made our
first shot," he said.
There may have been some
emotional letdown after last
week's win over Middleburg the
team's first win in nearly two
years but Griffis said the holi-
days' and the Tornadoes fast start
were bigger factors.
The loss drops Baker's record
to 1-3 overall, 1-1 in district.


Christmas Decorations
Unique Ornaments
Clothtique Santas
Silk Florals
Baby Gifts
Kitchen & Table Linens
Chocolates & Cookbooks
Unique Lamps
Antique Furniture
Pictures & Mirrors
Pillows, Throws & Rugs
Figurine's
Crystal & China
Books for Women
Bath, Spa & Candles


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CITIZENS OF MACCLENNY

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE at the special reet-
ing of the City Council on Tuesday,
December 13, 2005 at 7:00 pm at City Hall,
118 East Macclenny Avenue, Macclenny,
Florida, the City of Macclenny will consider
the below ordinance for first reading:

A BILL TO BE ENTITLED AN ORDINANCE
RELATING TO ANNEXATION; PROVID-
S ING FOR THE ANNEXATION OF CERTAIN
LANDS CONTIGUOUS TO THE CITY OF
MACCLENNY; PROVIDING FOR ACCEP-
TANCE OF A VOLUNTARY ANNEXATION
REQUEST FROM JACK HODGES; PRO-
VIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

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andthe Ordinance can be obtained from the office
of the City Clerk.

Anyone having an interest in the first reading of
this Ordinance is invited to attend the meeting.


SCHEDULE
December 2
Boys' basketball at Hilliard at 6/7:30 pm.
Wrestling Duals (H)
BCMS boys' and girls' basketball: vs. Fernandina Beach (H)
at 5/6:15 pm.
December 6
Boys' basketball at Paxon at 6/7:30 pm.
Girls' basketball vs. Santa Fe (H) at 6/7:30 pm.
BCMS Boys' & girls'.basketball at Live Oak at 3:30/4:30
pm.,


WATE COMANYINC


C RENTALS OR SR
' ; Hard Water? Rusty Water? Smelly


ALES


* Iron Filters and Conditioners
* Water Treatment .
Free Water Tests ...
Well & Pump Supplies


Perry Sheet Metal Inc.
Commercial/Residential'Roofing Contractor

S* Metal Roofing Sales & Installation **
12 ,Colors
:,'": : 26 & 29 gauge panels
Cla i,'-ri rib or ,Ltaiing '1,ean panels
: :. 5'to 30 )'.Iv i wnairant\ l. .
** Architectural Shingles **
Roof & Gutter Maintenance & Inspection **
** Vinyl Siding; Soffit & Fascia **
: Sheet Metal Fabrication

Drr,1l G. Perry, Jr.
7061 F;ed Perry Rd., Clen St. -Mary

591-7851ceii. 259-1252


CITIZENS OF MACCLENNY

:PLEASE TAKE NOTICE at the special meet-
ing of the City Council on Tuesday,
December 13, 2005 at 7:00 pm at City Hall,
118 East Nlacclenny Avenue, Macclenny,
Florida, the City of Mlacclenny will consider
the below ordinance for first reading:

A BILL TO BE ENTITLED AN ORDINANCE
RELATING TO ANNEXATION; PROVID-
ING FOR THE ANNEXATION OF CERTAIN
LANDS CONTIGUOUS TO THE CITY OF
MACCLENNY; PROVIDING FOR ACCEP- -
TANCE OF A VOLUNTARY ANNEXATION
REQUEST FROM FRANCIS WILLIAM
ROSS, JR., AS TRUSTEE OF THE FREE-
NMAN LIVING TRUST AGREEMENT; PRO-
S VIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.





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of the City Clerk. '

Anyone having an interest in the first"eading of
a this Ordinance is invited to attend the oieeting.


1"RIPREM -- AW'W-tC,-
Bullpap Qitinon Hines dishes ro the corner under tle archfiul ey"e 'C Ca sun I. o ers

BCMS hoops teams split

with Live Oak opener


M GE*S A

Thursday, December 1st
at 7:00 pm'
SPier 6 Restaurant Banquet Room-
Limited seating. Call for reservations.

Equity Leadership Mortgage Group"
Tonya J. Smith '
S904-259-1281


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The Morans

Wed Nov. 12th
Tom and Glenda Lewis of Mac-
clenny are proud to announce the
wedding of their daughter Tina
Marie to Jeremy Alan, son of
Ricky and Robin Moran, also of
Macclenny. They were wed Sat-
urday, November 12 at Calvary
Baptist Church.
The bride is a registered nurse
at Wolfson's Children Hospital.
The groom is employed at Mor-
an's Motor and Wrecker and will
start at the Jacksonville Police
Academy in January.
After a honeymoon in Jamaica,
the couple resides in Macclenny.


Saturday vows
Jacqueline Combs of Taylor and
Eric Griffis .of Newberry, Fla., will
be married on December 3 at 6:00
pm at Celebration Park in Glen St.
Mary.
The bride is the daughter of
Louis and Mary R. Combs of Tay-
lor. The groom is the son of Joyce
Griffis of Sanderson and the late
S John Griffis.
All family and friends are invit-
ed to attend.
*


December vows
Butch and Sue Hauge, Joe
and Jean Brown Lee are pleased
to announce the upcoming mar-
riage of their children Terri
Jeanine Grantham and Bertin
Arthur Hauge Jr. Ms. Grjntham
is the daughter of the late TerrN
Grantham.
The v\edding \\ill be
December 17 at 6:(00 pm at the
First United Methodist Church
of Macclenn\ % ith a reception
follow\ ing at the Women's Club
of Macclenny. Family and
friends are invited


Ms. Thomas and Mr. Lyons

Thomas-Lyons
Danielle Nicole Thomas and
Michael Scott Lyons of Macc-
lenny will be married on Decem-
ber 17 at Christian Fellowship
Temple at 6:00 pm.
All family and friends are invit-
ed.
PRESS ADVERTISING
DEADLINE 4 PM MONDAY

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No ember 2qth
Li e. Mama. Daddy, Frankie.
Cameron, Cha sc. Nana & Pap


Briar Noles

A son arrives
C.J. and Trish Noles of Mac-
clenny are proud to announce the
birth of son Briar Braddock Noles.
He was born at St. Vincent's
Medical Center on October 30 and
weighed seven pounds and was
19'/2 inches long.
Proud grandparents are Hoyt
and Shirly Noles of Glen St. Mary,
and Thomas and Terry Braddock
of Baldwin.

sOwiWlunch menu m

for the week of
December 5-9
BREAKFAST
MONDAY: Breakfast pizza with milk and
juice. '
TUESDAY: Sausage biscuit with milk and
juice.
WEDNESDAY: Cereal and toast with milk
and juice.
THURSDAY: Pancakes and sausage on a
stick with milk and juice.
FRIDAY: Bun with milk and juice.
LUNCH
MONDAY: Burrito or turkey sandwich,
choice of two: fri,-; '. 'vcie., fruit and milk.
S TUESDAY: P'::, or chicken and
duniptln'i .,d iv'll he..... of two: green peas,
salad, fruit and milk.
WEDNESD .Y: Ch. .i-.ur..r iii sand-
i. h i .d C.,.i. ii..d Cii .... i.,i. i t ..i twoa
milk. .
THURSDA : UB i.t mJ na 1I,., t..i.....,,.
a n d ro ll o r n r.i rn i ,, i.' r ,. i ,I i ,.. L ri i.- -i. i, i
coleslaw, tiuil jai mill.
FRIDAY: Chicken sand(icll or veggie soup
with grilled cheese sandwich, choice of two: fries,
veggies with dip, fruit and milk.


January 27 & 28, 2006
Pick-up packets at all schools.
Deadline December 2int.
For information call Tami Yarborough at 25 1-44t7.



SALLBRIGHT\

CONTRACTING

Land Clearing Grading Drainage

Ponds Dug
Licensed & Insured
Tom Allbright, Owner

259-0792 office
, 588-8745 Cell.
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SOCIAL


THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS Thursday, December 1, 2005 Page Nine


SC OOL


A The following activities are
scheduled in Baker County
schools for the week of Decem-
C ber 5-10. This listing may be in-
Scomplete and subject to change
without notice.
I
2 "December 5: District
Wide- School board meeting at
S 6:30 pm. BCHS-'Spanish club
field trip to St. Augustine. KIS-
Santa-grams on sale in the gym
A at 8:40-9:00 am.
B December 6: BCHS- Facul-
C ty Christmas meal in the library
at 2:00 pm. KIS- Santa-grams
on sale at 8:40 am. Family read-
m ing night at 4:00 pm. Pre K/K-
2 Emergent Literacy Course
SWorkshop at 8:30 am. Olustee
Community Read Night at 6:00
pm.
A -December 7: BCHS- DCT
B Christmas brunch. KIS- School
C advisory council meeting at 8:00
am. Santa-gram sale at 8:40 am.
*December 8: BCHS-
9. "(,r-i: mJ party for cafeteria
Staff at 2:30 pm in the cafeteria.
Drama presents Guys & Dolls at
3 7:00 pnm.WE- Nutcracker ballet
Field trip for 1st grade. KIS-
SSanta-gram sale at 8:40 am. Pre
A K/K- Nutcracker field trip for
B Ms, McCook & Ms. Waller's
] class.
SDecember 9: BCHS- FC-
C" 'LA trip to Savannah. Drama
presents Guys & Dolls at 7:00
i i; BCMS- "No Referral"
S Christmas dance from 7:00-9:30
Spm. KIS- Santa-gram sale at
--. 8:40 am. ME- Rofnald McDori-
Said show for Ist and 2nd grade.
*December 10: BCHS- ACT
Sin the auditorium at 7:30 am.
C. Drama presents Guys & Do(lls at
7:00 pin.


Holding can drive
The Baker County School Nu-
tritional Association is asking for.
donations at the Christmas Parade
on December 3 for its food drive.
to bent fit others in the community.
They are asking for non-perishable
'canned items. Donors will receive
a free cookie. If you bring a copy
of this article, you can get a dis-
counted soda'.


igwen Watls

Sis now at

Ci 1 and's Salon
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American Enterprise
Bank


Contact Jaimey' Hodgces
,for all your lending need

gr i Loan Production Office
692 W. Macclenny Ave.
Macclenny, Elorida I
259-6003 E


CEven at 80, she's quite a lady!
'We love you!

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Tiny Miss 3,6 yrs. Little Miss 6-8 yrs.
Jr. Miss 9-13 yrs.
Miss Baker County Teen 14-16 yrs.
Mi-s Baker County & Miss Macclenny 17-19 yrs.


Yow're inwited to Mlew fry's)frdst CanIdle ht Soppitg.

These businesses will be open each Thursday in Deceilber until 9
pm for your Christmas shopping pleasure:

Winn-Dixie

Radio Shack'

The Thrifty Store with Fran and Marlene

The Glass Menagerie


* Sarahscoffee.com

* Rachel's Farmhouse


The Ivy Cottage

The choir and congregation from Emmanuel Baptist Church will be Christmas
caroling downloion between 4th and 6th Streets from 7-8 pm.

MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL!

For any information or if you'd like to join us,
contact Kathleen Arnold at The Ivy Cottage
or call (904) 994-5595


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John Blakely dies,

Voice of Wildcats
Clifford John Blakely, Sr. died
Monday, November 28, 2005 at
W. Frank Wells Nursing Home in
Macclenny. He was born Septem-
ber 25, 1940 in Quincy, Florida,
and moved to Macclenny in 1947.
Mr. Blakely
graduated from
Baker County ,
High School in .
1958 and at- *
tended Fhirid, ., I
State Universi-
ty. He worked
at Northeast
Florida State ,
l lt' i .Il until .

in 1'"-i. He
then worked M Blakely
at H.:d J rt,.pi.. in G.ihK's\ illk.
Baptist Mldic.il Center in Jack-
sonville, Giddens Security in Jack-
s..ii'r. klc and Pii".\ i \ Chevrolet in
Mlicclcnn. His last employment
was at Baker Count\ High School,
where he :;..Ih criminal justice in
the Law Academy.
At the time of his death, John
was a member of the Board of Di-
rectors of the Baker Medical Ser-
vices, Inc.
During his lifktimc, John was
actively involved in many commu-
nity activities such as Little
League baseball, where he um-
pired the first league baseball
game in Baker County. He also
refereed football, basketball and
organized PAL boxing. He was
most notably known as the "Voice
of the Wildcats" for Baker County
High School football.
He was predeceased by stepfa-
ther Edgar Greene, Jr.; father Man-
ny Buford Blakely; mother Coll-
een Elizabeth Greene; grandpar-
ents John Thomas and Clifford
Elizabeth Smothers; aunt Ressie
Kirkland Niver.
Survivors include his wife of 45
years, Tonnie McPhatter Blakely;
sons Clifford John Blakely. Jr. of
Mcli.;LurrL, Fla.; Jim Blakely (Al-
lison) of Valdosta, Ga.; sister Eliz-
abeth (Betty) GreeneTaylor of
Macclenny; grandchildren Jimmy,.
Bailey, Gabe, and Tatum.
A fi.inerl service was held on
\\ednedJy;, November 3I0 iat 11:00
am at V. Todd Ferreira Funeral
Ser\ ices ot lMjcciienn\ \ ith Pastor
John Ha\ officiatinu. Internment
followed at \\oodlavj n Cemeter.
in MNijcclnn'i..


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







Pastr: omm Andrso tl
Phon: 90-259221


"Scotty" Scott

buried Friday
John Richard "Scotty" Scott
died November 28, 2005. He was
born in Syracuse, N.Y, and was a
long time resident of Macclenny.
He was born September 25, 1942.
Mr. Scott was employed at Stone
Container for
13 years and
was a realtor
with Watson
/ 4 Realty for the
4 or, past two years.
was playing
the guitar and
singing.
He was pre-
deceased by
parents James
Mr. Scott and Zelpha
Scom; brothers Jimmy and Tom!
Scott. Survivors include his wife
of 33 years, Yvonne (Mimi); chil-
dren Mark Scott (Tiffany) and
Gary Scott of Safford, Az., Shana
Jones (Troy) of Macclenny and
Tina Corson (Brian) of
Jacksonville; brothers Bob Scott
(Gerri) of Macclenny and Don
Scott (J.oyce) of .ltinar-P.riish.,
N.Y.; grandchildren Matthew,
Jeremy, Scotty, Marcus, Elizabeth,
Du.stin, Juliana, Gabriella, Joseph,
Cameron and Caleb.
A service will be held Friday,
December at 7:00 pm at V. Todd
Ferreira Funeral Services of Macc-
lenny with a visitation from 5:00
pm until the service. Pastor Tim
Colvin will officiate.

In Loving Memory
of
Tommy Ray
Johnson Jr.
7/31/1981 11/29/1983
We would like to share this day to
remember our son and brother. son of
Tommy and Darlene Johnson, brother
Sof Tony Johnson, sisters Vickie John-
son and Daisy Rowe.
Son, you will always be iememn-
bered in our hearts because a son like
you should be with us forever, as
sweet as you are. We know you are
happy up there, son. We know you are
looking down on us, smiling, looking
'after us, son. But we miss you so
much. We have cried many times
wishing you were here. We were
6 L'_d I t,., iave you us long as we did.
Go 'iilcded a baby ',nIIl so he took
o0ii,'s ,' hL Mama and. addy are
blessed to have all our kids and love
all of u 1 e.1 \ i ll Icit You are sadly
missed by all of us.
LOVE DADDY, MAMA, SISTERS
AND BROTHER



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


23-A to Lauramore Rd. & Fairgrounds Rd.
Sunday School 9:45 am
Sunday AM Worship 11:00 am
Sunday PM Services 6:00 prm
Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting 7:00 pm
Pastor J.C. Lauramore Welcomes All


Vineyard of Love Ministry
PREACHING THE GOSPEL OF JESUS CHRIST.
Located at the corner of US 90 and Lulu Rd.in Olustee





December 1-3 at 7:30 pm nightly
Preaching and singing
Sen ices will be outside
weather permitting
259-5567


Baker County

fair winners
Congratulations to the Baker
County 4-H members who partici-
pated in the Greater Jacksonville
and Nassau County Fairs recently.
Top winners in the Greater
Jacksonville Fair were: Chris
Richardson First Place in Class;
Brad Rigdon First Place in Class
Youth Show, Second Place in
Showmanship, Reserve Champion
and Second Place in Class Open
Show; Derek Rigdon First Place
in Class Youth Show, Grand
Champion Youth Show, First Place
in Class Open Show, Grand
Champion in Class Open Show,
Fourth Place in Showmanship; Lu-
cious Jackson Fourth Place in
Youth and Open Show.
Top winners in the Nassau
County Fair were: Brad Rigdon -
Both heifers received First.in
Class, Grand Champion, Reserve
Grand Champion, First in Fitting
and Grooming, First Place in
Showmanship; Derek Rigdon -
First in Class, Second Place in Fit-
ting and Grooming, Second Place
in Showmanship; Chris Richard-
son First Place in Class, Reserve
Champion; Kendrick Singleton -
Second Place in Class, First Place
in Fitting and Grooming, First
Place in Showmanship; Lucious
Jackson Fourth Place in Class.

Adult ed test
The Baker County School Dis-
trict will.offer the Test of Adult
Basic Education (TABE) on Fri-
day, December 16 from 9:00 am to
2:00 pm. The test will be at the
Family' Service Center next to
Keller Intermediate. Late-comers
will not be admitted.
Registration will be at 9:00 am
on the day of the test. A picture ID
and payment of $15 is necessary: to
take the test. Please bring the exact
amount as we will not make
change.
For more information, call 259-
0403.



SFirst Baptist Church
of Sanderson
C229 .. Sanderson FL


In Memory
of
James H. Graw
12/9/1925 11/22/2004
This has been a long lonely year
for me. I miss you for all you were
and all we had for 27 years. I do still
have your memories to hold onto, but
not you. My love for you is neverend-
ing.
LOVE, CHRISTINE GRAW

In Memory
of

GeneHodges
2/20/1937 12/3/2004
To our beloved husband and fa-
ther. As time gets closer, to being a
year since you left us, it is still hard. It
has really been a long year without
you. I save hope as the year goes by, it
will get easier for us. We sure do love
and miss you so much.
LOVE ROSE'TA, DONNIE, MARCUS,
CARRIE AND JASON

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The Spirit Filling Church


10 am
11 am
6 pm
7 pm


Pastor Bob Christmas


WANTED: Imperfect People


Baxter Church of God
IHwy. 127 BI \t>r t 259 6020
Sunday School 10:00 am
Morning Worship 11:00 am
I Sunday Evening 6:30 pm .
Wednesday Evening 7:00 pm

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SSpecial Announcement to the cast of

Bethlehem Live a lerusalem Live...


The Bethlehem Live program has been canceled this year.
However, the entire cast of Bethlehem. Live and Jerusalem Live,
are invited to a cast party. The party will be held on Saturday,
December 10th.
Volleyball Badminton Horse' Shoes *& More.!
If you plan to attend, please noiify Irene at 843-2332 no later
than 'December 5th.
We look forward to seeing you at Randy & Irene's.
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IANY THANKS TO YOU!!

from First Community Holiness Church

We have come to the official end date (November 30) of
'uur 5 month church building fund drive. Due to the
abundance of inquires & phone calls, we feel the need to ,
inform everyone it doesn't stop here. You may continue to
give as the Lord places it in your heart. God has truly
blessed this elfort and we are grateful to each and every.
one that has given. We have been humbled hb His grace .
and the great response that has been showered upon us.
We thank you for your continued financial supportt and most of all your prayers.
Please make all checks payable to: First Community Holiness Church
PO Box 346, Sanderson, Florida 32087
Continuing in faith,
Pastor Vick ,.. iresns and the FCHC Family
"God made a difference so He can make a difference"


DINKINS NEV
CONGREGATIONAL
I'ETHODIST C-HUlRC
CR 127 N. of Sanderson
Sunday School 10:00 am
Sunday Morning Service 1 1:00 am
Sunday Night Service 6:00 pm
Wed. Night Service 7:30 pm
Where Everyone is Somebody and
Jesus is the Leader
EVERYONE ELCO.IE
Pastor Rev. Ernie Terrell

MACCLENNY
CHURCH OF CHRIST
573 S. 5th St. 259-6059
Sunday Bible Study 9:45 am
Fellowship 10:30 am 11:00 am
Worship Services
11:00 am
J \\cd Bible StuJ\
S l 'i. ministerr
.. SamI F. Kitching


/FAITH BIBLE"

CHURCH
New Hope for the Community
Five Churche; 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.
Ever' 4' Sunday Night Service 7:00 p.m.
SVidell If'illians -Pastor /


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
SPastor; OralE. Lyons


Mt. Zion N.C.

Methodist Church
121 North 259-4461
Pastor Bobby Griffin

Sundriav '.:rcicl 10 I00 I rrm
Sundjv lorrnnir Worshipr 11 IIo 3rm
Surinda Evening Worl-hip 6 00 prm
Weidnre ;.av Prayer Servi,.-e 7 00 pm








FLir i i -i lovid ire world, that he
give ni, only tegonten Son. Ihat
wr:ioever tirievehri in rhm should noi
pri.h iul nawv e everI Jlin g line
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SJesus: The Way, The Truth and The Life
Sunday School 10:00A.M. Sunday EveningWorship 6:00 P.M.
Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 A.M. Wed. Eve. Worship 7:30 P.M.
Pastor Rev. Shannon Conner
Nor th 6th Street- Macclenny *259-3500


Come and magnify the Lord and worship wvith us
Glen Friendship Tabernacle
Clinton Ave. Glen St. Mary
WJXR Radio Service Sunday 8:30 am
Morning Worship Service 10:30 am
Children's Church 11:30 am
Evangelistic 6:00 pm
Bible Study (Wed.) 3-"7T hi
Re.. Albert Starling Home: 259-3982 Church: 259-6521

-.lh i. & 259-6 931
I h >' F 1 T U Pa,',tor:
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Sun1;o RNIrning Vi'.r.hi'
Sunday E%'nin, kkW.rsh ip


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6:111.1 pm


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I Ltring Church with a Growing vision of Excellence"
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First Baptist Church
A GLEN ST. MARY, FLORIDA
Sunday School 9:45 AM Sunday Morning Worship 11AM
Sunday Evening Worship 6 PM
"A Beacn Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7 PM
^ "A Beacon-' I
.' to Baker Pastor Tim Patterson
County" 259-6977
Perry Hays, Associate Pastor
Michael D. Schatz, Associate Pastor


senior Pastor
David Thomas
259-4940


Sunday School
Sunday Morning Worship
Sunday Evening Worship
Wednesday Night Service
Radio WJXR 92.1 Sunday


Associate Pastor
Tim Thomas
259-4575

Sam
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Spm
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Youth Pastor
Gary Crummey
.com'


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


Youth Programs


Sunday School
Common Ground Sunday
Common Ground Wed. (Teens)
God Kids Sunday
God Kids Wednesday


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


www.christianfellowshiptemple.


Sunday School
Sun. Morning Worship
Sun. Evening Worship
Wed. Eve. Bible Study


CHRISTIAN

FELLOWSHIP

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


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lished, then that party assumes full payment re-
sponsibility. The Baker County Press reserves the
right to refuse advertising or any other material
which in the opinion of the ojbli her does not meet
standards of publication.
Mattress mattress! New, wholesale
pricing. Full $99, queen $119, king
$145, can deliver. 904-398-5200.
11/10-12/lp
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
Fruit cakes. Homemade fruit cakes
have been freshly baked for your hoii
day needs. 5 lb. cakes $30, 3 Ib. cakes
$22, 1 lb. muffins $8. New Life Church
of God Women's Ministries 259-7373 or
259-6360. 11/10-12/ic
Beautiful memory foam bed, 10 year
warranty, list $1200 new, sacrifice
$300. Can deliver. 904-398-5200.
S11/10-12/1p
Antique breakfront buffet, breakfront
china cabinet, buffet, all mahogany, can
be seen at Southern Charm. 259-4140.
S12/9tfc
Firewood. Great deals on oak. Call
485-0797 or 588-6687. 11/24-12/16p
pyptryF.oys Kwik Stop ria- fuiLcaike
mix the freshest and cheapest in town
All your fishing and hunting needs -
ammo, liEense, bait and deer corn
Also. available pay at pump gas 259-
2022. 10/27-12/15c
Artists! Oils, acrylics, water colors,
canvases, drawing.pads and much
more! The Office Mart, 110.S. Fifth
Street, 259-3737. tfc
Mahogany secretary, beautiful piece,
excellent condition. Southern Charm
259-4140. 12/9tfc
Pillowtop queen bed in plastic, $199,
must sell. 989-391-0015. 11/10-12/1 p
Home Interior clearance sale, Friday.
Dec. 2nd, 7:00 am-9:00 pm; Saturday,
Dec. 3rd, 9:00 am-noon at 1241 D.B.
Hicks Rd, in Bryceville. For more infor-
mation, call Diane at 266-0033.
11/24-12'lp
Ranger bass boat 1989 model, EFI
175 Mercury R80, excellent condition,
must see to appreciate, must sell 813-
3405. 11/24-12/1p
Sealy Posturepedic box springs and
mattress, king size, pillow top on both
sides, only 18 months old, $950 OBO.
Call Greg at 259-5764. 12/1p
Drums 5 piece plus 1 high hat, 2 sym-
bols, performance series, like new,
$600; guitar; tuner: El-dorado (blue)
$75. Call after 6:00 pm 275-2442.12/1p

NEW CONSTRUCTION
4/2 -1742 SF on 1/2 acre in
Glen. 9' ceilings, ceramic tile,
"all wood cabinets $169,900

3/2 -1443 SF on 1/2acre, in
Glen. 9' ceilings, ceramic tile,
all wood cabinets $152,900

4/2 2308 SF on 1/2 acre in
Glen. 9' ceilings, ceramic tile,
all wood cabinets -$199,900

Beyond Builders
904-219-0480


50" big screen TV, 6 ft. tall entertain- Affordable and dependable. Let me Immediate openings for pipe foreman,
ment center, 1000 watt stereo, VCR, take care of your cleaning needs. Also hoe, dozer and loader operators, hill-
DVD, Sony speakers, all for $1500. Call available evenings and weekends. Call man, tailran and laborer. Apply in per-
Greg at 259-5764. 12/1p 259-8310. 12/1p son at Earthworks, 11932 N. SR 121,
Dog couch, 54"x34", $90 in Cabella's, Satellite TV Service. We do Direct TV Macclenny, FL 32063. 904-653-2800.
....--_ .. ..A -r 4 I /IiA ,4 /1 i L, rM i -,N i.t.r l- mnnthl\ na, ments 10/13-12/29c.


asKing $35o. 259-9277 11/24-12/1 p
Embroidered pillow cases for wed-
dings or birthdays, $15 each; embroi-
dered baby bibs for baby showers, $7
each. 259-2354 leave message anrd I
will return your call. 12/1-8p
Chest freezer, like new, $200. 259-
4843. 12/1p
Tan leather recliner $175, white crib
$75, trampoline $50, swingset $40,
washer $75, 2004 Chevy stock rims, set
of 4, $200. Call 275-2826. 12/1 p
2005 Polaris Sportsman 90, forward,
reverse, electric start, 8 months old,
paid $2600, sell for $1500. 259-2124.
12/1c
Complete set of gas logs for vented
fireplace. 259-6371. 12/1 p
Big savingBuilding or roofing Land-
mark 30 year architectural shingles, $40
a square. 259-5244. 12/1 p
Kenmore s/s refrigerator, white,
barely used,.water and ice in door, nice,
2O rEC-, <2 a.iQ-R8a6R 11/1in


199o uoage Neon, green, cool air, ra-
dio, 4 door, automatic, $1695 cash,
119K miles. 259-2253. 12/1-8p
1983 Toyota Tercel, white, air,
radio/cassette, automatic, 2 door, $960
cash. 259-2253. 12/lp
1998 Windstar van, runs real good,
$3000. 259-5337. 12/1 p
1995 Ford Taurus, loaded, everything
works, great gas mileage, $2900 OBO;
Toyota. .1500 OBO 904-591-291,5-.
12/1p
2002 Ford F150, 4 wheel drive red.
FX4, spray-in Dedliner, loaded low
mileage, $13,500. Call aher 6.00 pm
275-2442. 12/1,p
1999 F150 XLT, 4x4, flare-side, one
owner, excellent condition, 70K, loaded,
$12,500. 259-2393 or 626-3837. 12/1


Richard's Meat Market is open'for
business as normal and will remain
open until business is sold. Thanks and
Merry Christmas. Richard Crews.12/1p
Considering international adoption?
Children's Hope International is a won-
derful place to start this journey.
http://www.childrenshope.net or e-mail
locally for information kawligal3@-
aol.com. 11/10-12/29p
Tree trimming removal ahd clean up
Licensed and nsured.-259-7968.
10/21tfc
Gwen's Handyman Service. 259-
9128. 12/1p


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PINEVIEW

CHEVROLET
in Macclenny
has an opening for a
Sales Associate

Full time, experience not
necessary but considered a
plus, will train if needed.
Great working hours, health
benefits, paid vacation &
automobile allowance.
Call Lance for an appointment.

(904) 259-6117


and DisU l l I worLVV mI o L ,IIIY yll..ll]l..
starting at $29.99. 386-867-1488 or 1-
888-521-5693. 10/27-12/29p
Sitter available, taking one child, 2
years and up, Monday-Friday, 6:00.am-
6:00 pm, Macclenny II. 904-477-9446
cell. 12/1p
Now accepting antique furniture on
consignment. Pieces have to be in good
condition. Call Karin at Southern Charm
259-4140. 2/13tfc
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 ear or truck you
want hauled off or to sell? 259-7968.
4/22tfc
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Dogs: alltypes from puppies to adults.
Animal Control, $50 boarding fees will
apply. 259-6786. 11/20tfc
Chihuahua puppies, 9 weeks old,
$150each. 653-1956. 12/p
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The newspaper often publishes classified
ad. ertisrig on subjects like crk-ai-h.jhrri
weigrii loss produces rieaitr prciduct.i VWrie
the newspaper uses reasonable discretiiri in
deciding on pubticaiion Cl such ads ii lakes
no responsibility as to the truthfulness of
claims. Respondents should use caution and
common sense before sending any money
or making other commitments based on
statements and/or promises' demand
specifics in writing. You can a ~l., iCaii ir,
SFederal Trade Corrnmmssion a1 .877.FTC.
HELP to lind out ri,-%. to sF''I fraudulent s5ol.
stations. Remember i ii SC'sunos too good
to be true, it probably is..
- The Baker County Press


Office manager/dental assistant
needed for our growing dental practice.
Position requires a mature, positive, en-
ergetic person with strong computer
skills and 2 years of dental experience.
653-3333. 11/10tfc
A/C and duct installers,must be expe-
rienced and dependable. 259-8038.
12/1-22p
Domino's is now hiring for manage-
ment position. Management experience
required. Apply in person at 1474 S. 6th
St. 11/17-12/8c
Carpenters needed. 259-3300 9 51rfc

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If you came to my yard]
sale 2 weeks ago, Nov.
19tri, and bought a puz-
zle. please call toget the
missing piece. 318- RAG
4993.
Month of December YARDS
bag sale, $15, name I
brand clothes; queen TAGSA
size mattress and box
springs $25. Thrifty
Store, 104 S. College
St.
Thursday and Friday
8:00 am-4:00 pm, 8478 Claude Har-
vey Rd. Good prices shelled pecans
S(Stewarts) $6.50 lb. 259-6653.
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
9:00 am-3:00 pm, take 90 west of 125
3.6 miles to GCitcrd Davis Rd, turn left,
over tracks turn left, turn right on Noah
Davis Rd. follow to end. Lots of
clothes (like new) toys, hardware
items, dishes, furniture, computers
and supplies, Christmas decor, etc.
Friday7:00 am -?, 678 Macclenny
Ave., CCS behind Aardvark.
Thursday, re-stock Friday for Sat-
urday sale, US 90 vesi of Glen. CR
123. Srrmic'y Rd 2 miles sign
'SMILE"
Thursday. Friday and Saturday
9:00 am-?, Baker Beerage on US
:90 Santa Claus from Tennessee is
Dack! Household ilems, loys dolls
kniv.es. bed in a bag and Diankets,
socks, gas generators. electric and
gas air compressors.
Friday 8:00 am-2:00 pm, 121 N at
:,,,:,| r ,,n -11 Lol-, ,ol 3 00 iutl


Friday and Saturday
8:00 am-?, 10028 Stasi
i Rd., '4 mile pas: Ronie's
-SALE Food on 90, before
Soul's Harbor C'urch on
right, follow signs. We
ALE have cleaned out clos-
* ets. Bring plenty of
money. Multi-faily. .
rLE Friday and Saturday
8:00 am-?, 68'0 E An-
drews, Glen. Furniture,
tools, househo:d items.
pre-lit Christmas tree,
Christmas decorations ard more.
Moving sale 2 families.
Friday and Saturday 8:00 am-1:00
pm, 4668 Barber Rd. Women, mens
and boys clothes, household items,
Christmas decorations. Biggest sale
ever!
Friday and Saturday 8:00 am-?, 209
N. 7th, corner of 7th and Stansell.
Saturday 8:00 am-?, 426 Magnolia
Ave., Baldwin. Assortment, picture
puzzles 50/$25, toys, books. Christ-
mas decorations.
Saturday 8:00 am-noon, 288 Lloyd
St off of Hwy 90 E. Great Christmas
presents, new and used items, house-
wares, electronics. clothes, etc Rain
or snhne.
Saturday 8:00 am-2:00 pm, Midtown
Day continues: Railroad Ave. between
5th and 6th Srreets. To reserve your
spot, contact Kathleen Arnold at the
Ivy Collage or call 904-994-5595.
Come loin us for a community yard
sale at Midtown Center
Saturday 8:00 am-1:00 pm, Chrisiie
Court to Suzanne Dr Miscellaneous


Wipe down man needed, good pay
and benefits, health insurance. Drug
free workplace. 904-334-7890.
11/17-12/lp
Part time with full time potential. Look-
ing for motivated, qualified person in
Baker and surrounding counties. Expe-
rience in sales helpful. Reply with re-
sume, and references'to P.O. Box 598,
Macclenny, FL 32063. 6/2tfc
Experienced painters needed. Must
have tools. 259-5877. 12/30tfc
Local home health care agency seek -
ing PRN registered nurse for local and
surrounding areas. Call 259-3111 for
details. 2/24tfc
Macclenny Nursing and Rehab, Hwy
228 needs part-time RNs every week-
end day,' full-time and an-limrre CNAs,
all shifts Call Sharon or Melves at 259-
4873. .11/24-12/.1
Class A Industrial Mechanic for 3rd
Shift. maiiernance crew, must have 5
years experience, pay ranges from
$16.96 plus .26 shift differential. We are
an EECC, drug free workplace. 401(k),
health/dental/life insurance, paid holi-
days/vacations. Apply at Gilman Build-
ing Products, 6640 CR 218, M.axille,
FL 32234 or fax resume to 904-289-
7736. 11'24-12,'C


Foreman petroleum installers, all
work in NE Florida, must be able to run
trackhoe, top pay. Call 904-219-9123.
11/24-12/15p
Experienced ironworker needed,
. 1ran-p i 1 rG .p ;j. i .C d 1r. ..E 1
Mary t1 lOb sile 'Call Durelle af 2 9-
5163, if no answer leave message
12.'1p
Emergency Mental Health Evaluator
positions available at Community Men-
tal Health Clinic ICBHC). Positions are
on-call, part-time, nights and weekends.
Requires minimum of a Bachelor's De-
gree in a human service field. Fax re-
sume to 904-259-5187. 12/1c
Truck drivers needed. Earning poien-
tial $800-$1000 week, company pro-
vided CDL training for those who qual-
ify, school.grads and experienced dri-
vers welcome. Call ,Renee at
'856-374-0764. 12/1-15p

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Florida-license plates. Collector paying
$1000 each for porcelain Baker County
auto tags dated 1911-17 in nice condi-
tion. Paying $50 each for Baker County
auto tags with 52 prefix from 1938-51 in
nice condition.-Also want pre 1938 Fla
tags. Jeff Francis at 727-345-6627. or
PO Box 41381, St. Petersburg, FL'
33743-1381. Website: www.floridali-
onconlatp~ nnm 11/17-12/80


,Notice to Readers
F il Hm-. ,:-,) C r1 ,r iT. I Q .ll a I : ',

an intention, to make any such preference, limitation or dis-
( r.,T '..gl .n F -3 .T l. h l i la lu .,'-: i j : "i i.] .i 'l.~ i'h.e 3 .
women and people securing custody.of children under. 18.
.r'c l- tlr .re c a ] -, ,,' .l.']; fl.t .* i l .,J ,-" r 'n. i a.

c927.-'. 2: i5r
One acre of land, Birch r3 /Macclehny
11: Serious inquiries only please.
$55,500 904-259-3334 or 904-477-
9446 cell. 12/1p
Buying timberland! Any size, location,
or condition. Will consider all. Call Jeff at.
904-278-1177, fax 278-1070.
1 i17-12/8p
One acre on paved road 139B Glen
St Mary. $40.000 Call 90-1-868-6270.
12/1-8p


Richard's Market

is OPEN

for business as

normal and will

remain open until

the

business is sold.
Thanks, Richard Crews

Merry Christmas!


3 BR, 2 BA on 1 acre corner lot, fenced
with electric gate, 2 car garage and sep-
arate 2 car carport, hardy board lap sid-
ing, garden tub, walk-in tile shower, fire-
place (never used), screened back
porch, deck, above ground pool, shed,
too much to list'- must see, emaculate
home, 1762 SF living, 2300 total SF,
$227,000 259-6538. 12/1p
New 4 BR, 2 BA, 3100 total SF home,
'- acre lot, all wood cabinets, $274,900.
Stephen Shouppe Enterprises 259-
8128 11/17-12/8p


8.18 acres, zoned agricultural, off Mud-
lake and Mallie Davis Rds..Wonderful.
neighbor, ready to move your mobile
home on. with well, septic and light pole,
$120,000 259-3763. 11/2-1-12/15p


Copper Creek 3 BR, 2 BA, 1572 SF,
full brick, $199,900 Kellei Williams 904-
626-6456 12/1-8p


4 BR, 1 BA brick home in city limits.
rnew appliances, no smoking, no pets,
$850 per month, $850 deposit 81'3-
5558 12/1p
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 and water included Rent
from $425-$600 per month. 10 minutes
norlh of Macclenny 912-843-8118.
10/13rfc
1 BR apartment. 259-3096. 12/1 p


Brick home, 3 BR, 1 BA. CH/A, new in-
teror, nice yard, no indoor pets. Azalea
St $795 per month. $795 deposit.
Available January 1st 259-6488 12/1p
P S ^^ ^- -
Singer

i Featherweight 221
I Sewing Machine I
S Great Christmas Gift!

m $400 Firm

* 653-1518

L. I -


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. 3/24tfo
3 BR, 2 BA doublewide in the country,
large oaks, peace and quiet, no inside
pets, $600 per month, 1st and last and
$300 deposit. 904-653-1656 leave mes-
sage 12/,1p
2 BR, 1'/2 BA mobile home, River
Heights MH Park, $400 per month, $200
deposit. 259-3148. .12/1 p
2 BR, 1 BA, CH/A, $510 per month, 1st
aid' last and $300 deposit, we supply
water, household trash p/u and lawn
service. 259-7335. 12/ltfc:
2 BR, 1.BA mobile home. $400 per
month, $400 security deposit 259-3028
12/1in


M IleHo es, I


2004 Merit, like new, 3 BR, 2 BA, split
plan, approximately 1500 SF CH.'A up-
grades. $45.900. 655-7272 or 259-
6485. 11/24-12/1p


THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS Thursday, December 1, 2005 Page Twelve


Cell phone at 10X avg...


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preparation, told commissioners
he was short of money at the No-
vember 14 deadline to purchase,
but was optimistic about securing
funding from an Orlando group.
The Faith Bible Church in San-
derson also wants to buy the prop-
erty, and was represented at the
meeting by. Pastor Videll Williaims
and Phillip Jefferson. They did; not
'speak, however.
Mr. Lewis said he's "not i fl\-
by-night kind of person" noting
that he's been working in the
building for seven years: '
.The \\ork I've done affords me
that [c\tension ." he -,aid. adding
Sihat "jt's not for my own personal
gain."


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all possible, we'll arrange to have sonleorne theie t,' t[,e it for vou. It s our jot!
The more notice you give, the better char-ce 'ou have.
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,Metal Roofing

:* Homes and 1\Mobile Homes
Factory Certified Profesional Installer;
Many Snle;s and Colors to Choose Froni
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(904)779-5786

S 1-800-662-8897 BBB
Tol Free 1


Fred Raulerson was. the only
commissioner to vote against the
extension.
The board also granted an ex-
tension to Sleiman Enterprises for


the purchase of the old health de- *.
apartmentt building near Lowder
and Sixth streets.
SSleiman, a high-profile devel-
oper in Jacksonville, is working to
brin .a Walgreen's store to the
site. The extension runs to Febru-
arvy 28.


RICH LAURAMORE


CONSTRUCTION, INC.

Custom Homes Additions Remodels
259-4893 ** 904-403-4781 cell.
S"5960 Laiuramore Rd.. Macclenny. FL 32063
RR License No. "2S114-70
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* Rebuild Engines
* General
Maintenance
* Rearend Ring &
Pinion Setup
* Rebuild & Service Ger
Transmission

959 W. Nlacclennv A-e.
Nlacclenny

259-2054


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11582 N SR 228
BBB
T~M Macclenny, FL 32063


(904) 259-6287
S: -Fax (904) 259-1582


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Keith D Rhoden
Manager Lic. Real Estate Broker/CGC026916

Need plans? Larry Willis (904) 268-3814i


CONNIE F. WHITE
275-2474
Sept( Tranks. Tr c I)[ Work.
Nea Si stems. PRepJirs.
Sump Pumps Cusl\nris.
Slag Hauled and Spre .l


TRACTOR'S WORK
Bu.h hog Bm bliadj
Finish mi. 'A in '
Free clstim3i:
CoinnlJ Milk,
334-9843
"2,9-. i2 2p
WELL DRILLING
: nd 4" ,..ell,
Roger Rjultersln
259-7531
4 '.1kc
PERSONAL TOUCH
CLEANING SERVICE
Conimecial rei .iienilil
M.j I rn lr inccs orl c ilquesi
." .iears, exerien ,nce
259-5782
699-2904


I I 24." .Inp
HOME
IMPROVEMENT CO.
Sidire '- ,,tier,-, ( unicr,
( .nral repJtr',
259-6518


A&R ROOFING. INC.
Nc'A-. ro.. Roof icp ir-
Roitl r, plJ A m n m ni
F,,L L'inrtlJl',
259-7892

CREWS DEBRIS
REMOVAL
i o( ril .cii r'.n A 'lurm Jd hi reim' jl
I.ighi iracor '. ork
275-4577 office
Fi-u. r.lini iii'


SIAG DRIVE
Hauled ,&- spread
r.ncior work
Botx hbl.i ,i: Finish r
Biush hrL
259-6118


ANGELL AQUA, INC.
\V ,ier o.,itieners. Iron tiler,
Sjle,. Rncnil,, SCr\ ice
\\ 1TR LISTING
"l iijl ..'a r -A'i.L ner supplie-,
S.ti lddliers,
Firmncing Ji .lalble -
IOHN HOBBS
'- S -h Sircei. Macclenn'\
259-6672
7 1 511


DESIGN ALTERNATIVES
260-8153
Cusiom house tlian.
to your specilicalons
Oualified Good references
4. ii 11c


WADE'S TRACTOR
WORKS; INC.
Finish grading Din l\clinu
NMo\ ing Cuiilert
Slig dril,, a\,.
259-3691
Lnicn-ed arnd Insured
1. I II ,


LW DIIMP TRUCKING
259-2409
Fill din .rtllmc sand
E\ca .ing debris rcmousal
Backhoe '..rk land cleaning
Lie \\addcll. ii.ner


II 2I 4.12 1-5p
CANADAY
CONSTRUCTION/
CAN.ADAY TRUCKING
Complete *ite jnd
I'lnderground utility contractor
Land clearing
\ee ,ell dirt and slag
Much Canaday, Jr.
259-1242
904-219-8094
CL-'li.1ii 12-. i 23-I2,',N p


I l ,p ELECTRICAL SERVICES
AYS Free esmjates
Ness home "iring
\'er\ reasonable rates
nc-\% ing
.lames R. Hodges II Inc.
904-521-2930


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11 2 -1.2 Ip


Novew. B.iki r (.iuniro
WELL WATER PLNIP
REPAIR and SERVICE
24 hour 7 days -.eek
904-779-0042
toll free 888-627-8677
21 1 1 l r.p
THE OFFICE MART
Sils .jcry lics, watercolorsrs, can :jme'.
dr.w ing p'lds :nd'much-iri"ole!
I 10 Souih Fifth Sircei
259-3737
IIC'


PEACOCK PAINTING,
INC.
Professiornal pintinr
Pressure .a'shing
Interior exc rior
RKcilenuijl crommcrci.il
Full\ in-ured LocallN ov.-ned-
25 earss c\perience
259-5877
:2i1e
R.K. MUSE
CONSTRUCTION. INC.
Custom Homes
-Rc-iJdeniial ~ Commrciil-
-Nc\ Cion.lrucii, n-
-Remodeling Addillioin-
275-2826
545-8316 cell
Kenh Muse. O% ner
CBCrt -ill3l I12 .' p
FILL DIRT
('ul\enrs Inlstlled
259-2536
Tim Johnson
Ilt
WOODS TREE
SERVICE
Tree removal Light hauling
Stump remo\ al
We haul or huy junk cars and trucks
\Ve sell horses
Licensed Insured
Free estimates
24 hour ser' ice
Call Dann.
259-7046
Jesus is the Only Way
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259-8759


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NMACGLEN BUILDERS,
INC.
D)csiLii Build
'I ii pl.Ii or .hur plan..
Bi3l.11 Rhi dLn
904-259-2255
S f.l i iii 4 14I L
LEGGETT'S
APPLIANCE
SERVICE, INC.
Lic.,ll., aM1ieJd and. ,p-Lr.i.kd
\\ ,. er'. I,. rctriL .i,' ,r.. ..lh. r .,
dr',Lr- r nll s, nmflc -..'. i. L. .
dilJ"h-' lcr- ,a i ndi .... 1 ",
A\ll .' o k u,.ir.inihccd
IndI pi. i-,d 1i i -\UihorizCe Sr r. in.
259-1882


BC's LAW N &
TRACTOR WORKS,
INC.
l...r n m.ilnin.irnce Bu'h hooi
Dirt ...ig sp.:ading Tilling
Dri.e .* .I, Dehri-, renmo,\
Lighi IJnd clearing
502-7408
509-1347

WILSON STUCCO, INC.
For all 'ouur stiudco needs
Commercial and Resideni.il
Licensed and Insured
Call
KeI in 904-759-3907
Gene 904-626-5084
Danny 904-424-6568
Charlie 904-226-3233
Hiring cre"s Jdil)
7'7.12'24p


T&S MOBILE
HOME SERVICE
itf, I 1,1. -I,, ".l,,, 4 A .. 1.I 111.

rL c i r -. ,l.. i, ), r
259-5469
II Ill II.
COMPLETE NOTARY
SERVICES
\ t ild i'. It. lurnl i ll.., I
\ ,c kll.i .'. IL J.ci'ni.nnl '(. ], I .IIL'
N .irriL. '. cer.iCii, ,ri .'
\Vill cimrr h in yu
259-4277 da\s
275-4280 e enings

RELIABI.E
RESIDENTIAL.
CONTRACTING. INC.
I-lnim rLfp.m, Renim ,l inL '
Nl.irl-. Sic. ,iii.
904-509-2397
I ,i.#RI( 1ii .''.433 2 I '" 1


LA-\RRY \ESTFALL
CORPORATION
Rootinlg
Fr59-L. 8'I700
259-8700


W\'ELL & PLII
REPAIRS
IroIn lilh A & ,'.1.Lr ,i
(_IL.''"I '11il n tro' .r..i
Prisc- i, e .'. .C hinn
i rues ,s. drn c.-..
(.l.in roofs & Cult
Comnmercuil reside
430-6190 cel
251-4641 cel
209-5011 cel


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GATEWAY PEST
CONTROL, INC.
259-3808
'\ll ,,p ,, '[ol p ,,[I c conIrI
Hill ,r Philip
b.".-. rl Mnrid. O'v. ncr
II Illk"
KONNIE'S KLEAR
POOLS
W\e bnild in--:round porul
\\ L II ,ll .ni in ill
D-)LIt iHBO ibo',Ce-Lroind p.>.i,l
s .il- R e it'\. .ii oi n s C niriiim n
Repjirs Chemicals P:iri-
i.9 .-E. \ -,i M .i ,irnn', '.,.
(ri, s| 10 R.i i nor's Ph;irm .,c',
Fill and \ inkt hiu.ir
Cli..L'd on Mo nl.i\ :Ind I ueI d.iy
Opt n W'Cd[|L~'.I,. Fril.i\
lii .inm t pm
S:iiurdi', In'-im 2 pm
259-5222
C I-'" 1Is, l l 1 '.' :[t'.
SANDS TRUCKING
S.inl ~- Fiel dirt ~ SlaI5..1 h filed
904-445-8836 days
904-653-2493 e enings
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TIM'S MOBILE
HOME SERVICE
LICr.nuL Insiurd Bunded
Trrnsporit Sei-up MH pud.
904-509-2276 cell
275-2767 main/fax
Tim S ic.r
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FISH'S WELDING &
s" EXHAUST
Tires Rims Exhausi
Biickshoii GoodNer Michelin
II Nitto BOSS Ecgle NSR
II CusLonm ehaiusls Flos ni.isicr
I Turbo, Glaspaks
I.I11 -, L p Call today for the best price!
nr, 259-1393


L. .Ui.'ln i 1 vW iL/.
WASTE DISPOSAL,
IN:C.
Residential 'Commercial
Garbage pickup for Balker County
Roll off Dump~rers
259-5692
Kent Kirkland. Owner Operator
0, 13.4-t6,0op


HIGGINBOTLHAl\
BROS.
H. tine' .\ir Electrical ,en ice
Licensed and Insured
259-0893
Lic #ETlI tIi l i'i"
Lic RRA.13-Utl.1,? 3.
Lic. #RA.13t6n719-4 -4/21tf


RONNIE SAPP
WELL DRILLING
SEPTIC TANKS
Well drilling
W\'iir r condniiuning pirficanton
N'.\A septic s.qicms
Dr.iin tield repairs
259-6934
We're i our \\ a ir Experts
Cclebr.iiinc iour 24th \eair in business
Credit cards gladly accepted
Full, licensed & insured
Florida & Georgia
[Efc
A & R TRUSS
Eniiineered irusses for your new
Home Barn Shed Etc.
Fre.e estimaes
259-3300
Le aRC iilliJI.no3 1. '231 t
APPLIANCE DOCTOR
Air coridiiioni.rs H-it pumps *
SMAl.iur :ppliJnce*
24 hour. d.y L-mcrgencw ser\ ieel
Call \ nce F:,rnesi. O.' ner-ODer.tior
259-2124

WEST STUCCO, INC.
Spccijlizinr in .ll ipes ot
Stuccoi nd Sione
Local :ind Out -of-To'. ii
259-8076
'' e-.iucco:..' nr ccom net
S' .ers in business-
s.a.-1.,lh p
WEDDING
ANNOUNCEMENTS
& INVITATIONS
So many options'
See our caialogs at
The Office Mart
I11.1 South 5ih Street
259-3737
Ifc
GOD'S BUSINESS
After-hours computer repair
Nct\.orking, raining,
graphic design riid riling
Call Ch'rl I
904-885-1237
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Jim Smith, Real Estate Broker
Josie Davis, Sales Associate
Mark Lancaster, Sales Associate
Juanice Padgett, Sales Associate

799 S. 6th St., Macclenny


259-6555


nJ


1Th-
ML5.~


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


Like Oak .
You're in 4d
luck. ,er,
nice dou- ."" :
blex% Id
one a
3/2 wi rden tub
and fireplace. This home has 1264 SF.
Conveniently located in Glen St. Mary near
I-10. $89,000.


Two homes in Jax. Very nice area on
Hecksher Drive in Jacksonville. This
area is known as Jacksonville's Silver
Linin _ys. Two
small i Itely 1/2
acre each. These homes could be
removed to build your dream home.
Reduced to $159,000 each.
Nice Affordable Home 3 bedroom, 2
bath d deck on
city lotl LDll j Rith shin-
gle roof .ose toeveryting. Only
$64,900.
Commercial Lot 14,000 sq. ft. 100
ft. frontage on SR 121. Located
between Waffle House and Day's
Inn,adjacent to 1-10. $125,000.
Lot on Little St. Mary's River, con-
veniently located between Glen St.
Mary and Macclenny. This heavily
wooded lot is restricted to site built
homes only. /4 acre + priced at
$34,000.


HOMES AND LAND of North Florida, Inc.

Wa 'C1e 6(Mv$d-, Licensed Real Estate Broker
259-7709 338-4528 cell
SWe can show and sellall listings! I


Anne
Kitching
Sales Associate
nci oncoi _i,,


521S hi. C


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LIFETIME FAMILY
BUSINESS FOR SALE
Great opportunity in well established busi-
nep ? in h i.. --,,- r .i.-; ,..iii ,i.; of-.. .
I.a:r:lerir, W V ,i :iL pr':,':irim.-:.ely 1000 new
homes :,n- n.ur ,. -, ti_- area.
How can you MISS??
Richard's Grocery
& Meat Market
386 N. Lowder St., Macclenny
at$389,000,
Owner will stay on to train you for 6 months.


TrHE -z STOP'l CONVENIENCE u STORE
with all stock
& equipment

.$. 325,000
4, A1622 SF 4BR/2BA house
& mobile home park also
Great Business Opportunity! available separately
Some owner financing may be available.


EXCEPTIONAL!!


bedroom. 2 bath home,
back: &c ride s.r-,rierd porch-:
es, large family room, large
bonus room, large fenced
back yard, stove & refrigera-
tor. Must see to appreciate.
In Macclenny city limits.
$229,900


M .I
Wendy Smith
Sales Associate
710-0528 cell.


Tina Melvin
Sales Associate
233-2743 cell.
1997 Homes of Merit 4 Bedroom,
2 Bath doublewide on 2.75 acres.
'ri nrrthe horses or 4 wmeeler. I Jew
electr range and refrigerator, newv
Berber car:et,; new cabinets &
coiuntertl:pII $104,900
Well & Septic Tank on 1.90 acres.
Lot just right for your mobile home.
C:r.n.'eriet ::.ci.:ti i $35,000.


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


Seventy Acres- $2,500 per acre.
.Moccastt and fish,
call us cJ= = J the country
$175,000
New Listing- 3 Bedroom, 2 bath, sin-
gle car gq ora button. Must
see inside d I Iq s and shop-
ping. $128,900
Commercial- 2 lots on US 90 in Glen
St. Mary. Excellent commercial use.
Has access to water and sewer.
$165,000
Vacant 2 Acre Parcel- on CR 121
South of li property.
Owner will-ppy iT to fit your
needs. $149,900
2 Lots on US 90- in Glen St. Mary
with building. Excellent business
opportunity. Has water & sewer.
$275,000
Got Horses? 4 Bedroom, 2 Bath dou-
-Ltewll- on 2 3 -aeIe. 17 2 SF, v.lute
"'a:"d fenc Tr mile from
Macclennycity ts, cose to schools
and shopping. $89,900'
Doublewide MH 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath
on 2.5 acres. Split floor plan, master
bath with arI rate show-
er, open sW.-~p a en 18x28I
metal pole bar n. $79,900 was $88,900


69W-acenyAe99 4-259 -93 3 Mc .nF 26


story home provides

u r great room


breakfast bar, LR &%A n C ... r

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action! 1.14 acres inth

leveopers.


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